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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1929, Zanesville, Ohio lepoTt of Safe Arrival of Spanish Aviators at Azores on Flight Across Atlantic Unconfirmed Feared Lost First Always Fair JTOL 150 OHIO MONDAY JUKE 24 1929 showers and cooler Tuesday Sentenced Four in Kidnaping of State Official U L Df ft i i ii ii ii i j ff I ips fh i i Attorneys for Killer Plan to Confession Prisoner f- VICTIM TO BURIED AT X Careless Handling of- Narcotics at Ohio State University O June 23 1 James H Snoot deposed of Ohio State be for the first degree murder cf K H-s his eld j ff tras that he slashed the after her a as altercation st rifle ranse north city f attorneys John F j enter a no plea in his behalf r of three alienists 03 mental condition is expected The called Prosecutor John Chester Jr to forestall sn plea he feared the defense attorneys attempt oj the restall Insanity Dodge AUTOMOBILES CRASH IN NARROW AT ML Six Years In School Three Killed and Others Perhaps Fatally Kurt Columbus Women Killed 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