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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1935, Zanesville, Ohio tfl f First The Times Recorder today and Friday J NO 159 THURSDAY JULY 4 1935 drich Slayer of Detroit fld Caught in New York Confesses His Foul Crime More till With Him Is Be- Held on Charge German Secrets of Homicide BERLIN Juh Two more Germans too eager to learn or too willing to divulge Germany's pre- Sent to Lima military secrets died the axe today bringing to 17 the number of persons executed or sentenced for espionage during re- fce Hospital Three mes for Attacks Grey S Blank Senators Birds Also Win Johnny Hvisdos allowing scattered singles the Greys defeated ten 2 to 0 last night also won Johnstown 5 to 4 held its game lead in tne Middle AT- Tne other two games were out Oil 82 Charleston CCO GOO 6 2 and Corbett and Adams Details en Sports Page x Fitting Services to Mark l L rWt Celebration in Many closed or will holiday American Examiner a weekly the drug stores being newspaper Smith teed from 1 p m to 4 p m Banks announced that Barges here to m Uili VOU i Overhauled by President i Another Attempt to Justify Cabinet Officer Second Independence Day the of jor convenience of private from the is being but the will hive to coist ana from Canada holiday along with the 1 v ever appearing in O July ma agency and took three men found uw gasoline taxes and to headquarters for fees for general be They were later released 1j purposes was made today roll today were those I 28 convicted of trying armaments secrets ana Hindermann 63 convicted of te today to the slaying of Betraying military information Lillian Gallaher in De- 48 who was tried ORK July fingerprint record Vard Goodrich wearily con- Qf VI return to Michigan who rushed hers ane Mavor Re-election vj several more persons were awaiting r i Mother of Slain Harry L Davis answered J by announcing I'll mayor sink or obtained by I rial and little hope was he d ha William O'Brien and merer t shown them n vie and Assistant Dis- cf the Reich's determination o keep torney Abraham J its rearmament secrets was announced by whose police record shows in an fcr tne criminal was arrested yesterday on a under the name ol id Johnson while at a children's Fingerprints Slayer Is Put A Way and six ether city officials and em- the Gull of Mexico today with officials special deli cial programs fitting to the occasion letters will be care of in many villages cf the U throughout the land A great conservation majority of will spend their XQ has ar- t time in or it OJ but Pour ReSldeiltS reunions or in visits the old many attractions in this and in southeastern Ohio a sife On pike sane celebration tnis year cue to the Xo i be open prohibiting sale and anci for picnic les and these who wish to spend the day the oper All concessions the outskirts of the city n also the big cf will be find It almost in he only and a to nab each ann a- night will be jever celebrating in tne old number on the time way with firecrackers but the under s z Find Most States ana the papers at a MlK other sub- i Funds to M men found and r u Lack Funds to Match Federal Financing Drowning Won't Alter Plan w prohibiting sale ane Of Harry L UaVIS charging of July minute overhaul of intended to I with films of sn Jor re- of a Hamilton county appellate court decision i The common pleas court had 1 eci Robert S Alcorn of Cincinnati promote local writ critics of another CWA and In Motor Crash I oad and street was ordered by President WilHam H purposes The of public Wife and 1 wo Children revered i IT the city u Victims of Fatality GEORGETOWN Ky fund eliminated the duties ot not bo to return u C- walker's application 1 was authoritatively to lv fragrant violators persons to be the to be I cf thi city vill enjoy tno Uh Southeastern Greyhound et hotter terms from critics have expressed 11 own ay There uill the belief that he would cancel no mail Sanatorium Commission Is plans because me fi owning cf Mildred Brockman t t OJJ ir a and party IS It I Friday night The party Director Martin I Martin O'Boyle beer baron nine miles north of here and two little girls nnd firm he was waiting to be re 1 to Jau today on a charge to which he i guilty police discovered his tallied with of I h The confession followed and his immediate return roil was ordered wife mm to Canada auer the er child's death was detectives and officials said ed her identity the was with homicide on the basis indictment reported returned t her In Detroit JT Like Animal to Save Other Children j Coast Guards search tonight for the missing I of Miss Brockman off the shores of i in his pocket they were lively identified William H Walters 26 of Dayton wife Mabel 26 nnd their two Wanda 3 and tor are to conform to the 6 continued their four Prominent i shortly before noon today for Ol Named by Judge Tannehill ill DETROIT July Ward trunk murder of Lillian while Coroner A J and i Assistant County Prosecutor Charles conferred on the professional Men Are Selected vo gi of opposite 1 filiations Ihls commission meet In a few days to end then confer with In Wllmore Ky south of Lexington who Gallaher ended icr Detroit police the most intensive criminal step of their investigation ment in day the most because of It w Banning um search m parcel ted at hall that Lavelle and of the for a prematurely shonly and not County tuberculosis haired mother 10 months of j I announced j i TOP I t TJ nf tnG f frur men with county o bodies lound in the of men proK Hibt m on the of nv man nnd of the girls Lavelle denied reports he mended ot cuy to a to resign because of the party It supervise planning wn s i nr the n L i Selection of the four members j he met Both House and Sena I Start Brain Truster WASHINGTON July rales committee In- of lobbying on the ties control was promised by Ryrns coincident with Later the body of the older child j of a similar inquiry In Harry U Hopkins than from The order signed the ns veil as by the dent routed most applications for projects or more ns well as and loan applications to PWA Hopkins agency will for white collar expensive tion and thow which though costing move than are ed to unskilled labor This however only decided the of original jurisdiction order said implications rejected sorrow had planned to go on a vacation j t Judge p H Tannehill of the ay Mrs Emma Gallaher the I ver tbs Lavelle said but court listened in silence as she was in- 1 cancelled nOW I would take tml men Frank Grace tastefully dressed m formed of the Detroit musician s cap- I Qf to blow me out man Attorney C Pugh tie silk outfit she utre and confession of the brutal lf n u- on his foresight in o found under colons m of the rear sent of the car j was Nono nf the on the bus was injured j llm not a member of the rulo hu by PWA shall be submitted im- to the works progress ad- ministration In of ft step after the program had the mike or break month taken recalled the recent decision tectives that her husband con- Lillian's death to her but she staved by him because I whal do think I c M Rambo and John F a cf the Brown Grocery Tae 1 J County Coroner re- mi j n hen she sald U won't Coroner and McNamee con- firet tuo are the lat Mere calm after she had considered n's body ink in his apartment e law worked swiftly t of finger print records told its In a few hours the district l the do t away mto circumstances tO brine Lillian back What ducted an informal hearing yesterday him was for murder when it was discovered he i has awaited for 10 suddenly disappeared without she bope they put g even personal effects r lney a an- n's body found Jammed in reported drowning of Miss Brockman a city hail waterworks department This morning Pearse said he wa- convinced the was an i cant come back but other dent ana i Lilian i children will be saved no further inquiry Form Voluntary Business white plague With the state waiters an citizens of the end Manufacturing set about to cet a but knowing tne c the work fund would nnd membership of that ply only 45 ot the cost c Byrns said I nm confident PWA projects of Titles be made McNamce said he did not agree the and asked that the and Harry Eher Turn to Page 9 Please j capture meant the end of cheir long search over a trail which 2d extended ever the entire western hemisphere as they followed each painstakingly and as motion pictures posters and fingerprint ords broadcast the story the Still Missing be continued and other witnesses J I cf took up i dent s I ccmmittee was taken to bring them within the average i in federal money lor each job created I left moit and cities with the necessity for the remaining 55 per cent Although some will re- loans from revolving Hind this wna known to be inquiry would be p c whitewash He to make pebble the of the ihc would be to ncm at Dayton j Ulat lodny by the senate inter- commerce committee i There ampl evidence that tho house study would be used of the General Motor Trade Commission j that city indicated Sam Is Carrying Out i AXIS Cause n of Mrs called was not reported by members of the WASHINGTON July party until 60 hours after it ation of New Fields business occurred O'Boyle at the hearing was by the said it was his idea to keep the cral commission in earning out Who Escape From Reform School Caught O July Four 5 who escaped from the Boy's In- trial schol here slugging Uo guards with pipe were back m the fold ht and laced the prospect of advice and less butter on lr bread for a while Meanwhile a posse me ly country around Amanda IPS for two who yeA with them Super- se Lamb said their Baltimore Firm Low Relocation j H der m an effort to apprehend ld look for Marty business codes officials a plan was devised P-a c I J t Ill A mrt Irt f B f AX the and a ccmmittee was to seek ways nnd means for this jsct D W Armstrong president tbe Chamber is serving with A Giaham and H C Littick as committee after here after being in- j formed of the tragedy ot the to put the spotlight on b aln whom some privately In fact By Davey Veto the ter secret because he thought injunction to with state relief de- nch Elanton ana Sher went to New York ty plane to rerurn tne con- fessed slayer here immediately for trial on a murder charge No difficulty was anticipated by officials in attaining re- lease Willum G assistant United district attorney holds a federal indictment charging rich with murder last ber under the new to have his linked with L O'Neill noting NRA chief flavor Daus said no action will has bcen with the taken bv him against Lavelle He the new plans may made no announcement as to whetner even r Highly he will take action against the others form cf CDen price filing whereby as the county si Judge Tannehill who attended the party Battle Report Unconfirmed o te for his own Approved the appropriation and ss e for the naming of the law The body of Lillian was six days after her ance An apartment house janitor upon the body stuffed m a a hours I with a tied tightly rhe Watson 16 tne neck as he examined Smithson 17 Dayton and Bernard O'Donnell left behind Goodrich and and Howard Hern IT both of were barefoot when cap- red and guards said d been pierced by thorns said their punishment ould of some ad- ce more -n the heel mere time and less butter i their bread He said they told him they had the other two Leo Spraley f Van and Trent West 1 layton near Amanda U six had eaten since escaping was ruit carries and garden trues said his wife wnen they moved fiom their apartment Felice described the built trap drummer 21 a but were able to link Mrs with the No was placed against her reports utic I He emphasized there were heavy losses on both m p battle between Italian and cn rian but details and tion wen lacking The frontier of Eritrea scene Oi previous incidents was to be writ re the fighting occurred report said csing shipped to were fcr the OPCS powerful NRA code tne sen termed NRA a mission in assistance in intimate nsi At si will bs limited to taking Tho next will be i pf upon of plans for the sanatorium ADDIS ABABA July j m codes relief directo ports received here today Ohio of Ohio told hi press Cost cf today he expects TQ uko care of 50 s to the for all de- mands cf tubercular cases C Chambers Issues ment Regarding State Appropriation firms submitted bids to the cf tho was nni directly precipitated bv of nnd tele- have flooded Capitol Hill the utilities end at of rf tne u men m to put the the senate in of the house's had rights in Governor Held tj by Trustees COLUMBUS O July J tors of the Ohio and lift for any in a building at the hemp to bs- but I torn to the building rightfully that ty J oto you tho for disaster that might Six firms of rim with the us U S Engineers Wednesday for he m BW e or for relocation of Eaat I worn-out the ncs 3 4 antt 5 T mall nnd charged Thomas m n utter dated Jun 1 ThP Industrial nnd nf thei ivar Engineering Md submitted the low RFC and of He from I ot I 000 at i London dispatch said the leport Addis Ababa of a severe battle ret k i lacked confirmation m European Renew Effort Lash bonds talSi are a close Value man law job as doing on ir questions for the commission Asked about wage hour child conditions sines NRA cut by the com t Mr The site cf the sanatorium On the unty home has the goi 84.00 141.80 Other bidden and bids resident II R and I F who signed Imate of p J h tnp P j If IIP the cf the would I than an hour a result ls ths house had adopted the veto of -.1 T and Ligon Baltimore Md and Chairman O Con- The Joseph the rules b3 of the of health Co cf Cleveland and the Curro Co of South Euclid 0.1 said gumly that was D t r ether story He added he had a Health insurance fart or three-foot stack of reports on the sub- program In succeeding NRA as the was WASHINGTON July plan TAG 095 TO Brothers llla Fort Dearborn 8499 Whitney Brothers SIM Charleston W Va E McHugh CO Qev The of the board as to would meet Monday to ct the continued uss ie this for school purposes is said one high concurred in by inspectors r who refused to te Qf the state lu Corcoran will not only be kepi Or industrial sv from Capitol Hill nut sent back and or somebody Sizzling Fourth of July By The Associated Press The weatherman gave Ohio slight elief by thunder snouers sut only after persons had died md another had collapsed WASHINGTON July S A renewed effort to government today despite administration j plans fcr mating such suits sible John M Perry of New York one of the original litigants in the gold cases decided last winter by the them avoid tne to President tut ha replied he lacked mation which have they snid visited the S Citroen Henry Ford of ing false The extent to which the sion may KO in voluntary Buying to Boost the Air Corps that the by the state July Watershed twg cul w 1932 j of control thg GALION 0 July city got a pay boost today were Increased 10 par cent court Wed an amended Is Dead the cf claims i trade practice agreements much the same as NRA cedes without labor me he had suffered actual damages Andre Gustave Forecasters predicted a sizzling Fourth of July Anton Fix 63 and 68 died in Columbus after being prostrated by tne heat Granam 37 drowned William J at mouth W Kreuger 31 a junior school instructor at col- lapsed at the wheel of his bile His condition was result of administration and asking payment of Deal leaders said they were ment At the justice was termed high reported satisfactory at a hospital where the mercury touched 101 reported the temperature in the staw town Washington Court house ana had top 91 Vainly Search for Plane j In English Channel PORTSMOUTH England July warship and Royal Air Force boats searched In today for air liner reported to have fallen into the channel off the isle of Wight after sending out SOS cal's No trace of the wreckage was found but a patch of oil on the face about 10 miles shore a clue to the probable fate of tho two persons Pilot Captain SO and a The machine to England from the Channel elands I OK NORWALK July 3 county crand jury B Lamphior a night day on a charge of first degree der m connection v ith death Wilda Ci in her June 15 Limphier is a former con- Officials said the court cf claims dismissed the Perry case June 8 allowing 30 days fcr filing an amended petition in the usual They said Perry was merely ing this In addition congress would lion forbidding tne court of claims to entertain suits for compensation based on the reduction in tne gold s Europe's automobile with uho discuss the question provisions and on a much more re- indications from basis worsens that the report M as a to the u cu w army an PTr subject was said in Conservancy District is all the plane wd a 10 2 Quarters to draw a will be to paj The state awarded a d n la between the loss wRS made m to an w pnd a cf medical j by state board 01 ships would add 53.600 to the c sick would investigate the p The training f the rest of 1935 while wooers were EKK I t o ror dams Co of roll during died months after NRA granted permission to recommend taking care died a reprieve cf illness enterprise lapsed He was 57 years old ol cut cost to the state of lands for dams fl by and reservoirs i Wichita are Oie initial j reservoirs i Wichita state of Ohio agreed to pay of 474 planes expected Create Another JOD i of the estimated cctlrccl thls year with Plan for the purchase of land now available In r mil do things under a j from the laws the com- to further study a plan n his stated was fcr medical care little eaj under these and other acts i methods No from the Hundred pass gr necessary and of Chamber said for 85 bombing are expected for p COLUMBUS O July cargo Judy attorney from the but Is was the name Ford expected but Is was efforts of others may show that certain in HOUr rder cut cf the wreck of his heretofore considered huge companies not in fact Among his last words was or oppressive they were confident i of joy that the vast d shortly enact workers nF ig tne court of claims O Ju into a again running Worry over the which the enterprise was into received a week ago station pit Ull of the dollar Under tne con- 1934 combined with the washing today to former 1 KT in a the government may of nis illness to cause nis ts sued unless congress first its consent at CLEVELAND July 3 The daylight bombing of the French company today which curred while 40 persons were since here Premise Hard Fight in Mooney Case SAN FRANCISCO July iries were today lor a Mooney of the 1916 San I Maxwell 63 The Weather and trailers 10 OHIO Local thundershowers day end Friday little change m hundred automobiles and 45 trucks passed over the lift bridge in one hour according to a check made July 2 between 2.30 and p m and announced yesterday by Fred and A B Conner who conducted tne survey The check also revealed the the structure t a K l ng that the conservancy dis- not raise Its money un- j e appraisement roll had been and bonds sold j that the an expected Increase of counsel fcr the joint legislative com- planes this year wjr de- investigating relief e little hope In state would advance promptly to allow the United States engineers to start construction WOK and relieve unemployment The of- money the larger ap made or funds allotted from are other sources me the Buses and cabs 51 pedestrians 247 bicycles tvi OL state's financial condition during this emergency agreed to accept the state's contribution in partial ments as the were needed Practically all of the land Four Persons Injured in Auto TOLEDO sens were injured one 20 horse and wagons 10 n motorcycles five and trucks teen acquired and allY Ril oi sens construction of dams has whon automobiles driven i the right of way for r other utility relocation has also been purchased Work on preparation of late prison honor farm Lebanon lost a prisoner today but another plant has ten attacked by Tcm Mooney 01 ce a baker's strike was de- Francisco day w two woeks ago Amid warnings by a that the J of uto region company manager said he nas hte employes resist at turn tne and Ohio valley The hM nwn ln tne Lake region i who escaped June 9 has returned 1 the London prison farm here Earl chie 40 sentenced from to Bit William C Thompson 34 Columbus in Ohio has been named assistant chief of the commission Judy said Dunlavy was placed on the payroll last Monday at of a year Confined to his hotel room because of illness lavy said ho had not been advised of his appointment although he knew ho was considered for the post Dunlavy former prosecuting ney cf county was paid a ary cf a month until cut out the the general w j cu ijl O and William Lang 60 Toledo near here The injured were passengers car they Mrs COMMISSION Thompson 43 Columbus head 0 injuries and hip William of East Liverpool Chambers said indies ed here and his Lucy 60 being Tne sale of bonds is out this ers in ON I'M O July 3 There 11 bp no speeding boats to dis- turb fish m Ohio's inland lakes The I morrow Conservation Lawrence today Ethol frr a vnt rf would bo heard a referee to he appointed the -rd n i c U ns rt i state and the dls cf Ross county serving one to seven Jt years o by v s hv Drug More years for larceny was returned vhn suffered injuries to ner Davey for I William C who a o fractured right arm and J caused by th J Sd the of term Jun J should be ready to furnish the other tion Ci in with information critical Mrs Florence Thompson is he teat racing should be unjustly the deputy lakes either had t the att th of perjury B 7 a m 76 EO 4 p m 8 p m 10 p m SO BO 76 i 74 today the Immediate sale The of the the likes vith their any cf the original prosecution IX LUXOR Upper Egypt July Twenty Egyptians women and dren among them drowned near hs 0 MABE CINCINNATI Jury to sr of the Cincinnati Pest -j Frank Aston as editor a native fi tj ren among them rh tae r js s Vq I'll GUTTER
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