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Zanesville Times Recorder Newspaper Archive: January 2, 1937 - Page 1

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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1937, Zanesville, Ohio                             Always First The Times Recorder Always Fair Rain, warm; Sunday rain turning to VOL. LIU, NO. 2 Spanish Socialist Vessel Is Captured by Nazi Warship To Enforce Berlin's Demands Secret Service Head Mother and Daughter Burn to Death Action in Retaliation for Re- cent Seizure of Ger- man Freighter Spain Released the Ship but Held Cargo and One Passenger BERLIN, Jan. the first j wj. "Catherine Gelwix. 20. by pulling ZftK since the World war a German j her through a window.___ today seized a foreign vessel j j at sea, invoking reprisals against the! SlUD IS Spanish Socialist government which last week sequestered the Nasnj CHAMBERSBTJRG. Pa.. Jan. widow and her daughter burned to death early today in their frame bungalow at" Marion, five miles souih. The victims were Mrs. Hazle Gel- jwix, 38. and Helen Gelwix, 16. rescued another daugh- Halted in Straits By Spanish Rebels freighter Palos. j A brief, sedi-official communique announced capture ot the Spanish j ship. The foreign office declined Warships On Alert add further details, but the seizure' was stated to be in retaliation for the Bilboa government's refusal to surrender the cargo and a passenger of the Palos. but No Drastic Action Yet Planned "Red Spanish Steamer" The vessel, the communique said, was a "Bed Spanish steamer" and was was to cut taken to emphasize the German "now of volunteers to Spain. LONDON. Jan. British u-ar- ships in Spanish waters were put on the alert tonight after a marine in- cident involving a British ship while advices from Berlin indicated Nazi Three Sought [n Murder Plot Plotted Death of Woman and Suitor Because They Feared "Squawk" Suspects Wanted for 000 Jewelry Store Rob- bery at Sioux City Built Just for Party ernment's determination to regain the passenger, The British Steamer Etrib, bound for Liverpool from Haifa, encountercsd Spanish insurgent trawlers in the Palos' cargo and the unidentified Spaniard. ___ The Palos itself was released by the stralts of Gibraltar and was halted Bilbao captors at the demand of warning shot, naval officials German government, which dispatch- ed the warship Koenigsberg to the UoyA-B advices said the Etrib was Bay of Biscay to back up its virtual permitted proceed after her master ultimatum. The Koenigsberg battleship Admiral Oral Spee trawlers. and the pocket had refused to submit the ships pa- were pers to the commander of one of the fft said to have participated In today's H' seizure, first of the retaliatory mea- ,_J :Si threatened by the Koenigsberg Wednesday. of Reprisals __ V, The commander had warned of re- prisals if the Faios' cargo were not released, and the apparent Intent of the Bilbao authorities to ignore the warning presumably inspired today's incident. The steamer was taken to a Span- 1st Fascist harbor, the announcement said, but neither the name of the steamer nor the harbor were disclosed. The communique said the German government, in view of the attitude of "the Bed found itself compelled to take this retaliatory "in defense of German sov- rlghts against 3Ji act of British men o'war charged will protecting English shipping off th troubled coast of Spain were in formed of the Incident by the miralty, although it was said no dras tic representations were for this time being. In the face of continuing compli cations for the Franco-British plan to stem the influx of foreign vo1 unteers who have made the Spanisn conflict a "little World Lon- don and Paris went ahead with par- rallel proposals to bar arms Imports from the fighters. New and undis- closed suggestions along that line were forwarded to both the Socialist SIOUX FALLS, S. D.. Jan. Three men named in a dark haired girl's arnawng account of how she was wounded and her suitor blasted to bits in a dynamite death plo were hunted In four states today. Twenty-five yew old Helen Stele critical condition from elgh bullet officials she an< Harold Baker were slugged, shot am carried to an but she crawled to safety Baker was blown to pieces by 3.300 pounds of dynamite and pounds of blasting powder. Frank J. Wilson. Internal Revenue! Actlng on her information, au- Jepartment investigator who testified extended the search for the t the Lindbergh kidnaping trial of j men jn jjinncso- runo Hauptman, and brought about he conviction of Al Capone. has been Mattson Family Still Waiting  tsed suspect In son kidnaping CMB tonight, n before fedenU bureau ta- agents and then sent hUn to the Identifica- tion bureau for finger printing photographing. da Tries to Remove Day- tona Beach Official DAYTONA BEACH. Guardsmen Jan. nsobillswd amed the new head of the United .tatea Secret Service. He succeeds re-1 iring William H- MOran, Those sought were Lee Bradley. were ee bank robber: Harry Executive LontCTS Administration Leaders on Plan of Action Auto Industry Being Crippled By Labor Strife Meeting of Union Leaders] in Flint, Mich. Sunday i Outline Campaign 'Slim" Reeves, 36, former Iowa c< vict, and William Neabeth, 32. They were named in Miss Sleler's sicned statement to State's Attorney Louis N. Crill. Feared She Would "Squawk" Hie attributed the attack to the gangster's fear that she "might to police concerning WASHINGTON. Jan. source close to the White House dis- closed today that President Roosevelt had conrerrcd with other ndmlnia- tration leaders on a tentative plan Industrial as well ns in two nearby couunttnlUcs -l tonight ordcn to here TACOMA, 
                            

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