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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1929, Zanesville, Ohio Wisconsin and Paramour Sentenced to 20 Years Each in Prison for Attempting to Always First THE TIMES RECORDER Always Fair VOL XLV NO 103 OHIO TUESDAY APRIL showers today and PLAN FINAL SENATE VOTE ON FARM RELIEF THIS WEEK Four Are Killed and 44 Injured in Collision on New York IEST OF STRENGTH H RESULT OF mm TRAFFIC To Head Crime Light is Keyed Out to Speed Up Movement of Trains FORGETS THEN DIES AT POST Told of Danger Moment Be- fore Then Rams Into Train in Front GUILTY LOVERS ARE SENTENCED WITHIN A Plane That Bucked a Tornado Husband Attacked With Acid and Mallet and Left For Dead Revives ESCAPES AND REVEALS MURDER PLOT Woman and Lover Arrested I Admit Guilt and Are Without Delay YORK srd elevated structure cf two carrying approximately 3500 men 2nd t omen office workers j The collision killed three persons and fatally injured fire that followed the smash r ia which were trampled attributed the lon partly to the fact that had been subordinated to of meeting office time demand for punctuality and to relaxing his The occurred at o'clock height of the rush hour It happened the point where i Associate Justice Kurian I Stone of the United States supreme court mav be tendered the pest of President Hoover's iau enforcement Reports MADISON Wis j Washington indicate That the former 48 hours after she urged her CQ tn a attack i her husband Mrs Rose Pope April cersons were and 44 were general ss reluctant to retire ia a collision crs an the highest court to un I was sentenced to for 20 years n i n i mi rn PMI h H Ifl 0 I L aad a ON BEING Senator Reed of Hits At Propaganda of Hyphenated Americans Underworld Revenge i ALABAMA DEMOCRAT WOULD HALT INFLUX Suggested President Has Noti Studied Country tion Problems WASHINGTON April opposition to President Hoover's recommendation for slon of tlie national origins uon quota basis today forestalled an- TO COME FIRST ON PLAN Leaders Claim Enough Votes to Support President's Views on JNORRIS PROPOSES SLIDING SCHEDULE Graduate Debenture Rate According to Crop Prospect Reports other attempt for this proposal senate action on His dealings the underworld are believed by Chicago police to have been responsible for the murder of Dr Frank L Brady dentist who was this cabia L assault with They planned to shot to death in his They de- m WASHINGTON April was given senate today by Chairman McNary of the agricultural committee that a final vote on farra relief would be sought be- fore the week-end Before tho final vote la reached ad- oration leaders will call for a de- sentence Pni IPf M I so marry pope from the attack while COLUMBUS O April him home spuds They Pleaded guilty three passengers were some way of getting relief from Thankful Widow Tells How Community Chest Aided Her kitchen police duties so get his sweetheart a daughter out of the lie trains crawl up out of tae unconscious d aid snare elevated time for their wedding set for oad with the regular l Private John Tomin 22 was regained consciousness fed LWt Keyed Out- to te signal system Hu h 18 was struck By COMMUNITY A letter received la Monday's mall i serves as anther worthy link la the chain of incidents which should make the citizens of county re- alize that the Community Chest iThe daughter of Rev L G Ludwick While his next week ought to be a great success It Dear irs to their offices oa tune at one above the Yankee stadium was by a steel subway train a wooden elevated of the workhouse was adjudged guilty Miss Ludwick was regained consciousness for pick in the alleys Of course secured help from different folks of vagrancy Ctl CO of a two police officers la the Union tion last night were mile ing and ing her when Private toW from making a telephone calL Taw tO a him gone fled in went home to Madison and I have been noticing in the then EO out when It was dark and pers all about the drive for funds for be Community Chest I also been noticing that vou are telling toOi pity on us but I guess my people good things the had toe best of me and I are doing for people like to let them know Just how seed help 1 am writing you to needed help office was missing and ais story They to the attack arrested both of the elevated train Michael i TO confess i TUe of the couple t pleas before Judge S B aj The girl said that she had later of a- skull Of working in Columbus since she seven were several ago because she Wisconsin could not agree with her father as a s condition The elevated train had halted just outside the street station to let a train ahead of it clear Asi Cullen was tae station the automatic stop signal was against him opened his cab and said Henj Andrew Concern tripper atj jibe street told the dis- later I answered him hello and then looked ahead and saw traffic was backed up I said to to state Its could not aeree with her father reputation as a state vate resolved thai he punishment to those 01 gei her out or jail as soon as possible majc the judge asked Mrs if she loved she said but when court inquired iked Polster better than she said she the The couple at tost pleaded worked has been up to me to support the family I have worked In various places and managed to keep our beads but there have been nights when I would have to put the children and my band to bed to keep them warm and iThe committee has voted Indefinite 1 postponement of the bills and Nye was to get them before j the senate v ell mv life Senator Heed had denounced n invalid propaganda for repeal and and It luted It to hyphenated Americans ae COT PETITIONS ON CITY CUTER Hi ED UP FOR TEN DAYS as well as to foreign steamship cor- ners he was reminded by Senator Johnson Republican California amid laughter that he was opposing the president and the head of the Re- publican party in which you are such an ornament and I am such an out- Senator Wheeler Democrat tana remarked that the Republican majority was blindly leadership of the president on farm Petitions bearing 2.045 signatures for a special election to amend the present city charter to provide e manager form of government were presented by Bryce Browning mana- ger of the Chamber of Commerce to the members of city council In lar meeting Monday evening in cil chamber In the municipal ing but action was deferred for at least 10 days pending certification by the council cleric to the regular body tnat provisions of the city charter have been compiled with and the petitions you my own because 1 feel that it might you get 1 frn a widow with children a little oldest boy had HE EWE LIFT On Christmas Ere my husband died and the next morning Christmas Day while my husband was lying in jme of our three rooms I had to the children around mas tree which ray down In a woods near our house About noon that day a huge basket of groceries came and also some candy aad nuts for the It was then that the condition iof my home was in was discovered land one of the men who brought ne basket told rae he would tell would help me That relief and tae replied Rood by that he believed If Mr Hoover was the bu Pope night one liked O April bound arid gagged by robber wno stole and automobile Joseph G u-g 20 of O a student at week 1 that he believed as great a student of population lems as he Is of economic and farm problems he would lavor the al origins Immigration quotas Would Halt Immigration The Immigration discussion brought a proposal from Senator Black crat Alabama lor total of immigration for a period of years He said he would ask for a vote on that proposition when the question of national origins Is before the ate Senator Karris Democrat Georgia declared council had not been inform ed as to the circulation of the ions nor the full meaning of the questions and as the charter that such petitions be presented the clerk days prior to their pre- he would refer them to tb clerk City Solicitor Thad up held opinion of and also stated he was unaware of the circulation of the petitions ex- cept through the newspapers here ana as the petitions comply with down inserted in the record some day asserting that steamship lines not a but changed their minds Be- TORS April 29 are expected I'm going to key through Look though not a professional writer waupun cat lor the train ahead of you j todar was credited The story of the plot was Saw Danger Too Late Long editor of of the Cullen said all Ke kept a three aad Mrs met Polster editor of e with a three aad was about length from i months output that might iday the I train I think his mind weu be the envy of many cf his have been on something else until is contemporaries in letters looked up and saw tae danger for Since he has writt brakes screamed just before of 45.000 crash That watcS money and pr charge ere in cc ready to drop favoring repeal of national glas land Ohio State university was dav in a two and a haif mUes of McArthur where had night both of to be la prison av for two days and fc rf i of has appeared in Cullen had realized the and addition several Popes bt ia Madison where she husband in their Mobile She gave Polster the key ne Pone home and he secreted words in it armed with a bottle of azd z wooden to return aad the band on the j and no brake lever could equal i the Slaying Victim IE Ha PASADENA Calif April au economy In words also Tom Mr Long who Hei told m less than 45.000 not the complete of material au the complete story of our trv curing the dramatic years of this generation la these days of whom the girl had been and because of incompatibility YOKK April of Mrs Dorothy 20 New York's third torch victim a little more Tear was arrested tonight as witness in connection with death 21 the the untold truth of the killing The Scenes of My Victor A Cooley wealthy Pasadena in the matter is automobile dealer Cooley was fatally to ia chronological on 16 with a hammer by j ds aad published in book form Mr employe aad i search for were He nad time many with food and clothing and I am working again and the because we husband aad father Is resting more peaceful than he did masinK on earth and ocr future looks lieen missing slace Saturday when he not a night passes tuv iSid to arrive at his parents and or a scheduled week-end visit I did have to 50 to bed Advocating his repeal Senator three weeks before I was Nve denied that opposition to the was three opposition to restrictive Immigration He said The was made while and Mrs Joseph of parents of the making a conditions provided by the city ter city officials will give the ter immediate attention but will low the correct legal procedure on the proposition that there be no takes to reflect on the city officials President Combs further said We but a division of sentiment VM noted among them over ment proposed by Senator Re- publican Nebraska to provide for a eduction of debenture rates ever overproduction Is forecast in product The amendment was opposed on too floor by Senator Caraway Democrat Arkansas who with Senator among those leading the for the debenture section Arkansas senator contended that tte amendment in effect penalized farmer for putting to uce the aon advice Issued in government The senate was J tie more than an boor ttf discussion today but senator Nary hoped mato better headway tomorrow and rote on debenture section be taken before Graduated Debenture The amendment Senator Morris was offered by Wm in hope ot gaining support for toe debenture tion It provides a graduated scale of reduced defeature rates when in- creased production Is forecast the re- duction being sn comparison with rate of increase Senator Caraway described amendment aa a proposal in conflict with the policy of the cultural department Chairman McHary has called a ing of bis committee for decide whether the testimony of agricultural department the debenture plan should restriction under the new basis was only slightly less than at present but the new quota allotments The national origins provision goes the petitions asking why the It Allows a total election not e we get on our knees thank the Giver of good a from aad bavins such a the tte of two nights ity Chest la Zanesville MB sure fes on the cold earta who ever went through what KOI the same as I do shock of vouag had to at The 25 a I nave would say the same as now There is nothing 1 can do to annual immigration to this country Great Britain would receive major portion of the total while Germany and the Scandinavian tries would have their present quotas decreased Heed denied that this would dis- criminate against Germany or the made public testimony was understood So have favored tie debenture plan and procedure on the question j Councilman James Scott a very favorable im- to tae committee presenting the committee The rt testimony was given before Hoover had stated nls opposition to the debenture plan Coincident with the discussion of Aug 15 so that candidates for office] would have time to file petitions inj the event pass but order the he amendment failed to was declared out of As no provision was made for an adjourned meeting of city council In 10 days It is the petitions to He bailed car A THANKFUL WIDOW lly from Great Britain aad therefore i weeks principal proportion of new stock should to the British em- FESTIVAL tbs said he had reason him and miles east Into immigration legislation ni IIIO necessity for such aa to house today In a II M II C II I LUU resolution introduced by J JJ ft Cable Ohio j w The measure would authorize CLEVELAND April thousand music lovers from Exonerates Wife ISt i o and direct the CLB at the alleged Eight j VV HO propaganda and efforts parts of Ohio filled public 1 TO foreign and other organizations to tonight for the opening of fa spring grand opera festival roommate John L resulted from aa at- Chief of Police Charles of Pasadena to bring Howard N FLIERS HOP FROM PACIFIC COAST charred body cf the girl was in a ravine near oy a steam fitter's helper not report it for six hours of the from vr dress had been made led to of the body today by mother Mrs A of a two and a half mi the city the said him into a nearby woods Ohio YOUth Is LOSt he left tb youth and ln self peak tho Noms amendment the national Grange which has advocated Use de- plan for a number of years sent to each member of the senate letter advising that tae is la favor oi Senator Sorris proposal In the meantime the bouse decided to take up oa Wednesday several other proposal j its agriculture com- aas approved to further general program of farm relief j bills that were approved today I the Haughen measures to broaden definition at oleomargarine and to make several changes in the federal warehouse act the to provide for assigning of the department of agriculture abroad aad the Mepes to scribe minimum standards for ed farm products Of Death Car Of His in change Lucea district told Kelley with sey not to examine absence and retorted he all right He charged that Howard had not told the truth i Today's statement Howard which his confession Friday cf the slaving amplified a point of the crime authorities hare repeatedly bis friendship with Mrs Cooley Howard described parties last November ruinating In his proposal of she rejected he said Since time in January 1929 Howard their virtually had to an end drove off with his car upon the bead Supporting were Frederick j O April TO DEMOCRATIC ROW O April o- respective elevens c ground hogs In upon who Johnson freed and helped bim Sheriff Rav Cot notified his who came here at ones to get him LINEMAN ELECTROCUTED COLUMBUS O April 29 bert Beech 35 employed fcy the Railway Power Light racy was electrocuted while at work fp a transformer along the bank of the river here Fellow workmen summoned help but Beech dead when the arrived DROPPED JETTA O April Best 63 former county of the Itta dropped dead at his here i tonight He was with while hlo lawn For i many years Best was first officer Um Onio boats I SEE BY THE FIED ADS That vou can bay a complete also suite and two rockers That you can buy a used in good That you can buy a brand new suite a able Thas you can an Ice box suitable for restaurant That you can bur a cow with calf at side you can rent a garage filling on cement in good nearby towa That vou can buy a gray chen cabinet with laia top Farms not let us find a buyer for vour fana If you to sell 150 000 readers are wasting to read sour sd if published m the Times Recorder and Signal Phone or come in today ON JOD 16 YEARS COLUMBUS O April P Thomas of Ohio ais J head t the state by FATAL N O April ae 8 today from a fractured he was struct ar last Thursday HIT UMA O April C9 Louis Scrr 50 Is in a PI from serious received at noon today when In which she and her husband were riding crashed into a B O train Mr Serr was i hurt and j i SPINAL MENINGITIS COLUMBUS O April j i Thirty two cases of 1 meningitis have been reported during 1 the month of April the state ment of health reported today of the cases are if Cleveland GOOD For a Great Story of Love and Mystery DONT MISS UNDERGROUND By J Jefferson Farjeon Starting Saturday May 4 in The Times Recorder Or peak The road is not were to i will the lead i and they got into in tbe latter opera Dreda man's car a few minutes before j Avcs of O will appear hit by the train ths rrr role of la THF WEA THEIR 1 FIE t Cumberland Man Is Sold On Classified yot lopg ago ye ran this children were j o Identified re county Tuesday or night and oni cooler Tae storm that western Quebec Sunday evening has moved to the Canadian maritime can ran H H Clf UI has moved to the Canadian Ariz April i provinces while the that and the we received a j Q D O- 1 was central over the reading as i maier sought the aid of police i region has moved Cumberland O i search for two men who fleeced eastward to Souta Dakota with I him out of his life savings of extending an ad in JOT I jn a confidence game Angeto wno ward over New Mexico Pressure re- t one the day so if sad here for his health was i in the of Bermuda tne j be obliged by two men to 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