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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1926, Zanesville, Ohio                               INEWED HOPE FOR ADDITION TO ZANESVILLE POSTOFFICE BUILDING loal for T We Strive lo itriB the I'co- Record [be Jrulli. Uphold tlio nisht and 1'olnt (he Way To I'rosrcis. The imes Recorder All the News All the Time of la Tour Hume Community At Tour Door Each Slorulug XXII, NO. 125 ZANESVILLE, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. MAY 26, 1926 WEATHER: Local showers: warmer Thursday, thunder showers IARSHALL SCORES PATERNALISM MIDGE WILLING TO MODIFY 'DRY ARMY' ORDER TO END ROW Kentucky Woman Seeks Election To Congress on Wet Platform House Denies Any asion of States Rights R ASSAILED DEFENDED Restrict Federal mers of Local 'olice Officers May GetAddition To Postoffice Here, President Signs Public Buildings Bill Lh i p o J.1 of the fcd f _ bu id b 11 Piebide Loci d e it is fek thai, Z.J.: e Jl e SLGIl lit UC .jeeUIlll-, lie loll- il u n ee, and i iue.li i eede i iddi t on u I e p )s ofice building heir 11 e lei u nent 1 as p omi ed n l I itu i o' f _00 000 to P--O de t sj L ij t.i eeL tl P bull! l b eu e s i us 11 i] t i spe citie u in i mo foi tt is pal pose -1 e b il eni ts in ij liition et S1G.J "00 000 to he t i. i 11 j 1  cir h li l i l is U it l Ian es to eu i d 1 i i il f i 1 t ts it. tl e u 1 lie a e h_u 10 eier'ioi go crnment build- ups th-ou0hout le coui v the i 1 Coo i hei Pieiiden' IITIOM.L, f, bill luthir H. 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