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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1936, Zanesville, Ohio Always First The Times Recorder Always fair today OHIO SATURDAY FEBRUARY 29 1936 VOL Ul NO 52 Railway Is Reduced to ANGELES Feb I haired Sarban Trent to IOf Ohio Set m JT 1 j court today to contest a for brought her by Of negro minister i sold open house Sunday bis Interstate Commerce Com- mission Orders Cut in Decision actors negotiated contract her with a Organization to Battle MiSS tracs Lyons Favorite Son tion to Convention kee Pullman Fares Are the ed to 3 Cents June 2 testified the con- ior her Her attorney j did EOS ose Invite 29 1648 and tiros holds the function of being Will Put End w W o jap the Defiant Rebels of Tokyo O at Capital university will a chance to I accuracy of K Meyer instructor in estimating that j an average ot c them for j Deputy Registrars ot Billion Dollar Tax Program Of President Roosevelt Met by an Emphatic 10 S to 4 decision today ordered a reduction oi passenger coach lares to two cents mile siili lare A majority opinion of di asserted the move Big Gold Hoard Believed Hidden In people toot little interest is i when was elected dent In soldiers stood aasl would not lei Vehicles Must Capitulate Plans Levies to of Paying the Bonus and Others to Speak in Primary Campaign COLUMBUS O and o SKS William S Borah 1 in Mansfield Kenton Skirt an Emperor Issues Orders bom t Take Any Steps to End Uprising TOKYO Kb 1 government troops were ex- j S petted to proceed today thr the costs of theater Opinion Included Erie AS figures 677 deputy Siaid essential to most Dobia BerUn 5 for Under 3 i Mi- i A- to j lively battle lor Ohio's Relatives Say Howard ia Bradford May Have Had Italians Claim in the heart Tokyo Over j Harry Huron N Muskingum River Almost Bank Full Of Half Billion Sandusky Fits j K speedy by joa at tired meet the challenge ofi highway transportation in a geld valued at s let by Howard L j Chairman Ea D Schorr extensive and intensive ould be waged in behalf ofj ring Jford native who died The order effective Jane 2 in Desver Jed relatives to ates down from the existing a special police guard of the basic coach rate and the home in Denver until search cents for Pullmans made of the premises The surcharges Revives include three eliminated by today's order ern and Western roads already have established experimental as low as or lower than those today by the commission O Didn't Oppose Eastern roads however have fought the to preserve Baltimore Ohio might have the or favorite or of 23.7 Feet in Lower Pool Reported by of Amba Alaji the section master Neff Northern Army IS wu i K une Mr M H delegate the central committee decided Reported SOME Italian I anth insurgents were announced bank lull of aster last T O Barcett Kisi B H co enter gainst veteran j said ths last by senator in the May 12 primary bas clear From these sources came ranging from ithai the legislation battle to the end the president i ihas amount this Talley for the strcara Wj carrers contended that a added the brother cut would shear Irom j frugally and never their annual revenues estra Tare trains in the ICC order j The nation's railroads also were concerned in at the capital dothe military ing his plans to called such an increase federal revenues would i of the always lived 11 money sn Speak the Italian troops under Majorj drove the main array Sack r bants Press dispatches Ircm Denver tott company executive said the latei three other 5 rears settling Claude brought cf a recession j I lisHt j Sported during the day law are acting under sent the upper pool to avenged j early in the and their morale ex- In the A communique from Marshal from the overflowing of of the armies j or the the river were reported a d de in Africa S is perfectly calm the local police radio S prM in a 1 Senator S the country Sonus K c: A tax intended Jersey Governor Has annually to be Agent Questioning Polke A substitute tax to processing tases and finance future An j farm U payments Estate Police in the Lindbergh Case Sncs and Bradford for him t i thai he had corne to in state ial behalf J Peb source annually meji to cf Governor Harold G the losses in man have questioning current year troopers who active of station as the ef one to years or which Bruno Borah 111 open Ibc the of the advices reaching cns Coast Line plan Terminal Transportation Coordinator Joseph B Eastman agreed upon application of railroad labor groups to withhold March 31 eleven proposed railroad terminal The labor groups saio iher wanted Time to s on the i The national coal d reduction ot present rates to vins it would oppose resent onj coal rates beyonti 30 they expire unless ued by the ICC quest by sealing the placing three policemen on estate Howard had I do nor know Phil Bradford said last night and added He always a rood rinal of the body re- mains uncertain He may bs interred in or brought back to for their Halt Convicts Dash From Pen He will speaS mere other state organization's plans still are in Schorr said it be proper for friends of the various potential candidates to up in Son Chairman Schorr said was the friends of Landon and other dates excepting Senator Borah to 1 delegates to convention who would represent them a poll con- which the heroic sacrifice of and his men circles in Shanghai said Hirohito had given the rebels by authority to expel whatever are necessary w The toward Amba dispatch from means Amis in Ethiopia means was begun ai dawn day from a point 10 or 12 distant Badoglio said No 26 to was convicted 6 to Xos 77 and No A windfall tax Included in No Col H intended to of Uic state police the private advices Irom 79 at NO 124 Long 7 declared troops had so to cd at Osaka industrial center 050 at No Sf with inches of water over 37 and Do 124 Long billboards tonight over advance studied its scop the aid of lighted SO Bird's Sun still in Gu-mscy the A way for Colonel as possible by officials here Dui there was no immediate an- or such a move j Rail Fare Cut Victory j For O Feb G XUv supreme councilor and A W supreme secretary cf tae Travelers today hailed the I C C decision railroad fares as a signal heir organisation wiU mean an increase in the number of of firms the try A W said The U C T was the sole of ihc traveling public to pear sz the protracted hearings m Washington at- Ohio Penitentiary Foiled in Escape Plot by Ear Senator Borah abous or the preferences the state rcaa said there was no other way for l of Republican for and Mr Daly ed T brief in the case together with to hundreds of letters sent the Columbus office to who signified they would put mere of their salesmen or the road if the fare were reduced Half Billion Acre Forest Is Urged 28 3 the con to 55.6 while voters to obtain at I convention Additional returns from O- j Schorr said increased red b- a guard on the wall of don's penitentiary halt-jscrah ans ost an today by ong armed with Dictatorship of Snives and a dummy The three Smiling Joe ncs celled trorst bad John Daris and Edmund er raced through stockade where ids the walls are Guard ed at industrial center Japanese authorities in Shanghai to 77 denied this report i only road still Surrender No defied to Stewart demand that re- turn to barracks by 8 a in remained entrenched in their 1 quarters activities to the governor to in the fourth of his weekly re- ports C- the reopened Investigation of the case The agents were reported by the source to have told several members the state police force they would 53 protected their positions in the tax which were Bunded the turned to processors to put Into the more usual tax increased yield fiscal than observer under the s for next The total men and surrounded by more than to ts and youi Fascist groups assembled in cities for parades and to rsier j Japanese ness the darkened negotiations office in the M the that Schwarzkopf is not would the of n Venezia offered it cf seeing the head of the government crowds there Alleged Pillage Of Relief Workers give up their Araki a supreme wsr councillor conferred with General Kashii on the situation An unconfirmed report from Tokyo to Shanghai said Gen Araki extreme militarist had established a dictatorship Ohio Legislators In Hot Dispute On Speaker Accuses the Senate Leaders of Being Owned by Special Interests Siis term expires June over the Send reports have been current or thai doea inot to rename hlai chairman Various farm arid civic jiho state have cognizance of these and have voted i Schwarzkopf and adopted resolutions ne his house ways which will till to that fall far Brusio Richard was vigorously by C for the convicted attacked chief coi Vandenberg Calls naval officials conferred til late in night at the mint of the aaw while princes continued to confer at the imperial palace with TSio state's failure to start perjury j big las two the ln a witnesses Inio tax legislation ah after r J Investigation Akron Rubber Workers Told to Arbitrate would Fisher said a that branch act did not fenow at this tune course he would pursue T- I WM to the it ought to be easier Meanwhile the bouse which adlr from station on the Lnd the prisoners fled bact into land's public Kb Arthur J an factor of Bruno Richard Haupt 6 or urged today the creation of j n a He and are a half billion sere forest in for aato larceny with United States terms for murder arier yard down Guard s H ta their James C woodard who men placed in solitary said toey BO at- B to molest or other guards In their short-lived escape attempt said ihc men were of an idle company a house when tUey made their dash He said their flight was red by a locked outer gate in to the wail guards once as Xo 1 is the slaying a contractor vt Washington after the governor in obtaining funds to carry on his one-man rule court proceedings to have fit the Atlanta postoffice released to his treasurer and comptroller This is the end of tSe madge said being o tion to Harry HopSins fe lief to reproduction in the Pa eagle of a said ported to show rf campaign funds rehel or of blacklist in cf cf Labor E T- 1 Grady intended to settle a striSe at the Goodyear Tire and Rubber now in its day left Akron for Cleveland asserting his plan would result m calling off the striae -4 hours the cases to approve a sonata resolution for a recess until March 25 The house then recessed for five minutes with further ended late I to held nest week In said Gov Martin L- of in a position to but added that he t the executive would give reasonable time which to of bills before Hj termed a week reasonable j Fisher said he was also I believe that I the members of the house Hunterdon County and belatedly Jr to Mr announced the grand Jury i conclusions as usual had towards Lindbergh the time of the ln tate since to congress iri pearly nswc served he said figures ii contained supreme court AAA its related i end the passage complete when I wsk and Agricultural Is Passed By House The letter was dated Dec 4 1935 and signed by Harry Vf Fee man of the Indiana county of the union M for the return of all share o the g to work without servants of service and submission of j Bitting In the Bronx and at his trial as a mart he had near tt Only Four Mourners alt Funeral of Scotti i g their re- said in a Woman Sought on Charge Tries Suicide land addressed to C- of the emergency relief area Feb bailor ed by il U S at director of the Products laboratory at Is told the Ohio Association man in a 1933 Preston E acres that is sot suited for bat that wiil readily timber J lumber Dealers we and effect a general de- j a vast on the cr Cleveland detectives said land graduated to country incompleted plans for Curing the day Speaker Byres acd Vice Garner signed tne If and promptly donation was leader and S T-I J J floor leader Grand Rapids O ls mv that I Ice Gorge in Maumee Chief O O Fe P of thi house who taste are en- to be relieved of tnc to 1 f ullr CITY N J New York and died here i Italy 5 mourners only the body of baritone who jsang ct but the Francisco on charges brought was by known only ward of Kc was 70 old F forthcoming the added research work some of o now going on the field for during a of can be greatly ia-jcaii county 6 cr refused to discuss pars in the trial of the Lindbergh i fcr kidnaper i He told rhe tute for the rushed St to the approval still another farm front dent Roosevelt as an aftermath of vio of the issued an order allocating to the farm credit for such loans id this money wisi from tirce to time list to 23 when ended She was asKed check to A Lucille treasurer at Indiana west to a depth ranging 33 inches to fou Hampshire said to an See gorge about west of Grand Rapids but that there terest was no immediate evident of further rise He said a new gorge was tiA a Rapids and that lh that it of contribution Isj name would be put on those who will not t for any other relief work to address for a decade although retired Chief Charles yeara of the great masses i Is ready and In session until f cj attempted suicide against ncr upon which was not charges to share the Infamy of a daughter ia Sen Confer OH i Get at Beach Hotel such additional as may is deduction that this a general Heiress Is Gravely HI trust to the Peter Cooper millions that j anil two Include So a on her ward and some social b pending in the senate insurance Distant engineer ol the sate maintenance I2 he depression sts by careful seed selection early grafting of stocS CHARGES ALIENATION Feb 23 i of girt P The with the bu Will Sign Neutrality be to project yesterday j to work because of knee-deep water and snow today by S D STPA director trie cc should report for cf 1925 y J Downing asserted t project iNo Immediate Change in And Bus Rates Tk President The neutrality n last iri E other phy- o t CIT OHIO PATROU bequeathed 5500 each od by June 30 Ttro fifty have been discharged greater Miami n 1 Frost Moon rises m 11 p nit another nation
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