General News of the Day, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-22


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I GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY s Hitler, on his 46th birthday, challenged the "self-appointed" judges of the League of Nations and firmly rejected their condemnation of Germanys rearmament. Two girls and a mother of one were killed in an auto crash at Rockford, 111., Saturday. The dead are Mrs. Mary Groswold, 56 years old; her daughter, Marie, 18, and Helen Wasco, 19, an entertainer. The girls were killed instantly and the mother died in a hospital. H. E. Stone, driver of the car in which they were riding, and Jack Crawford, 24. years old, who was at the wheel of the automobile which crashed head on into Stones machine, were reported in a critical condition. Also in the hospital, suffering from minor injuries, was Kenneth Smith, 29 years old, who was in Crawfords car. All were from Rockford. -The body of 9-year-old Oliver Miller, 2131 Wellington Avenue, who was reported missing Friday afternoon by his father, Carl, a relief client, was recovered from the north branch of the Chicago River just north of Diversely Avenue by the Sheffield Avenue police Saturday.

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