Yankton Press & Dakotan
4 Jun 1938 (Evening), p. 1, col. 5
FACES PROSPECT AT 22 OF LIFE IMPRISONMENT
MINNEAPOLIS, June 4 AP — Kenneth W. Palmer, at 22, today faced the prospect of spending the rest of his life in prison for the murder of Mrs. Goldie Rosen.
Yesterday he heard his wife shriek “It isn’t true! It isn’t true!” a
s a district court jury returned a verdict that he was guilty of beating the Minneapolis woman to death in her apartment the night of Jan. 18.
SHOOTING IN THEATRE
SHANGHAI June 4, (AP) — A Lyceum theater audience attending a charity performance for war refugees was thrown into panic tonight when a gunman arose as the final curtain fell and shot a Chinese official of the International Business Machines Corporation.
NO POISON FOUND
NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y. June 4, (AP) — Dr. Amos O. Squire, medical examiner of Westchester county, reported today poison played no part in the death of kidnaped [sic] Peter Levine, 12, whose headless body was recovered from Long Island sound last Sunday.
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