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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1940, Zanesville, Ohio First The Times Recorder A 11 A K f N 1 Always Fair United Target Oi Russian Bombs Murphy To High Court As Expected WASHINGTON Jan President Roosevelt today Frank Murphy an associate justice of the court and named old Solicitor General Robert Jackson to succeed Murphy as at- orney general i Mr Roosevelt thus became thei first president since the late liam Howard Tait to name the court He also achieved thei result he sought unsuccessfully in the spring of 1937 when a lious congress rejected his supreme Where Fire Took Lives of Critic Says His Fgures Look Tricky the Thli if the historic to have been bombed during a city air raid Patrols Cut eep Into Russ Territory court reorganization plan Confirmation Assured Speedy senate confirmation expected for both Murphy and 1 Jackson despite some opposition as well as for the incidental nomination of Francis Biddle a judge of the third court of appeals at of Murphy as general WASHINGTON That out look ns imd decrease in in ilw nitrated New r th Russian air bases tions in Mr of his legal advisors Some entrance de- fling ot rus felt that Murphy's elevation he would not be available as i to I frequently assigned to him o p Tan on me i observers saw political d to them six days ago on hores of this Finnish lake Unconfirmed reports in agen said the Finns had t Id a second Russian division in fall gave Finland 10 Aftenavis speculated that that the inia and the border The A vas enroute to the aid of the division trapped out by the Finns in g battle of the war of Russia s inflicted slight boost Jackson Catholic their lives in a j Republican Senators Are Called lo Confer On Meet Urt ft t cover tht Uv ul i wlU by through r g Italian planes on these voung New Yorker as nominee w extension of several times OL and 50 incendiary 1 j of life was reported Is Guest I At White House Judicial Reception for t Ch r re frem up thr Or row on strategy for the ot at of i is continuing judicial mfe Se Bitler on the high bench As was his predecessor he will only Catholic on the tribunal and he will join conservative Justice Reynolds as the second member of the court's bachelor corps Democrats were quick to express their approval of the presidents Some c which has Local Eagles Make Anniversary Celebration Simon Unwr William planes bombed K of T the attention e Cullin of York The throe Ire of i IQ i 5 Ribs Farley JGn Jackson Day rn Dices in the house which has no voice in confirming 1 i lial n Members of 302 Fraternal Order will observe the of the lodge Later mn w ow im 11 for of PI i The anniversary i i program will be followed on Tan whose I not hitherto i-o dinner that would be a was t but w tot Turn to a Survey BJ Wi reports Help Us Improve Our Service To You AWARDS THIS WEEK Victor Radio Madden May Labor Board And Elite New York court the language 6 Bridge Sing O Douglas the i their est at aUena j w each r pamphlets his judicial CHECKED TODAY him was petite Mrs ADS TO Slaver Of City Loan Co Capture and cream H J D Cohen Co cV t very c IC I State French Shop o ce Sr receptions and be for me and their Zanesville aerle was 1 A big banquet program Sunday afternoon Ian dance will feature throughout after being organized by evening r Colonel A Volte of Toledo i The committee charge o is composed I surviving T work jnr an a group in of Congress 1 to the of Ihry would GOP t Ed quarters over tnc of to N Orleans Un far iw the second tonight these personnel copies ror j ano third m vcd ni your Jackson Day quarters the which m KA I General niRin her in forced For Uninstructed th suie Co handed over a without resistance unshaven Justice gonc about since Work Relief object of a search that after Uw found i The i arproach-a i i Tavlor Shoe Store David M Weber Inc Zanesville Theaters SMALL ADS On Main Barren Furniture Co Bauer Jewelry Store Foggs Drug Store Gorsuch Pharmacy Dr Harden J Rose Co FOOD ADS Bread Co Husband j JOT corps and corps e ig Pennsylvania's I Guard Republican n I j uninstructed nominate by Prudent i uninstructed I I Th governor said in a Prevent he is not to District Attorney Hugh today old to that broker to produce route corpus n complaint non- train Moore Murder Trial at i Brands NeW Electric Flora Finch Of From G-E Royal ol c t -i Dr 3 Taylor ol 3 principal first rt C Mfi slayer Four Mrn Killed In O 25 lunch and frw not h- out of Municipal today persons of operating nc ra ol one of blood O an SJaif The Survey answer to the WMi iw Saturday w I r Jrt
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