Gambling in Cuyahoga Falls
T J half- a it GAMES Of CHAHCE. Many Said to be In Operation at the falls. The County Officials Notified Mayor Young: That They Must be Closed Up He Promised to Take Action In the Matter. Cuyahoga Falls is "wide open" at both ends and in the middle this week. Everything goes in the ancient capital capital of Summit county during carnival week and the citizens are looking on aghast and helpless, and wondering what will come next. Games of all kinds are said to flourish flourish in the village, and a large gang of Cleveland gamblers are reaping a rich harvest from that class of citizens citizens who will never learn that it is very bad policy to bet their money on another mi's trick--' trick--' trick--' trick--' In one prominent saloon on ( Front street there is a chuck-a-luck chuck-a-luck chuck-a-luck chuck-a-luck chuck-a-luck layout that has been doing an enormous business, business, while in many other saloons it is said that the sportively inclined citizen can get action on his wealth generally back action. Thursday morning complaints began coming into the sheriffs office and to Prosecutor Hagelbarger because the games were allowed to run. The prosecutor prosecutor ordered Deputy Sheriff Ralph Hamlin to investigate the matter and to notify Mayor E. M. Young that if the gambling in the village was not stopped by the municipal authorities that the county officials would take a hand in the matter. Deputy Sheriff Hamlin immediately called' up Mayor Young by telephone and informed him of the reports. The mayor said that as far as he knew no game were being conducted in the village, but if it was discovered that there was any gambling that the games would be stopped and the owners owners of the "lay-outs" "lay-outs" "lay-outs" would be placed under arrest. Prosecutor Hagelbarger said that the village authorities should be given the first chance to make the arrests and it was their business to see that the laws were not violated.