Zanesville Times Recorder, June 23, 1927

Zanesville Times Recorder

June 23, 1927

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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1927, Zanesville, Ohio F I !S IV mrtments The Goal For Which We Strive serve the People. Kecnrd Hie Truth. L'plioliJ j the RiKht a p. a j I'olnt the tVay to j Progress. All the News All the Time The Activities of the World and Events In your Home Community At Your Door Each. Morning. VOL. XLIII NO. 149 ZANESV1LLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1927 and cooler; Friday fair "Old Ironsides" In Drydock If 11 I f ST Hll jjSurprises Luj Report Three Expect Others to j t Surrender I PRISONERS SAWED j OUT OF BUNK HOUSE! Most of Men Were Serv-j ing Long Sentences, Bad Actors HUNTSVILLE, Tex., June Three of the 35 convicts who escapee j from the Ferguson camp near sonville were reported captured by officials at the state prison here to-; Blgnt i men, all sentenced to long] terms sawed their way from the camp iii mm The passage of the Willis bill, which rtsic of ,-ould establish the Bureau of Insular an independent existence.1, reasonable preparation toj E. economic competition or: i of stronger nations. j Most. Filipinos do not realize the-1 ponsibiiiti'es that, go with inde-j '.dt-nce Their leaders never discuss taking the insular possession. lout- of the hands of the War ant! the! -.N'avy departments, was strongly urg-j ed by Colonel Carmi A. Thompson.! !President Coolidge's personal the financial resources ise-rativs in the Philippines, in an [ne'cessary to maintain an independ- address before the members of the Unt government. LMuskicgum County Bankers' Duties "of "a nation let jtion after a banquet in the grill to support an army !of "ans Wednesday night. "diplomatic corps. H C Van Voorhls. of this I "The" bonded indebtedness o{ ines Isheld b 1. the the unroduced the speaker, who Isheld by the :K of comprehensive review of the sltua-jthe _.Umted Stat should inde-l endence be granted at this time. In- uld spell economic dls- I County Health Physician Orders Pasteur Treatment For Eight-Year-Old Boy-Another Dog Bitten By Afflicted Animal Is Watch Being Kept. On Other Animals In Neighborhood And Other Steps Taken To Prevent Outbreak Of Dreaded Rabies Coun'v Health Physician. Dr, J. M.irhal ran into the yard at the home of j Ed Gatewoori. inspector of the local ONeal has ordered tne Ilnes. and killed a brood '.treatment lor .Jesse Hacker, Bernard Gatewood. 14-year-old I year-old son of Mr. and Mrs, Edward son of Ed. Gatewood. clubbed the dog i Hacker of Webster street Norval it ran from the yard. Fearing the doc might cause dam- who w.-.s bitten on a tc? of his artlons chickens or bite othsr foot by n. mad dog. owned by thejchiidren of the neighborhood, Mr. Harlev' Cunnlnaham familv. also ofjGatawood secured a revolver and i started out on a hunt of the dog wun Webster street, at 8 o clock rcsidents the squad un- jtil a score were seeking out the mad- thejree trade of the Director of Insula would report direct to the Colonel Thompson aj. The old frigate-of-war Constitution Is in drydock ______ !a-t at Charleston Mas' navy yard, for reconditioning and exten- president Coolidge for the first since 1333. when the historic ship was saved from forward manner in whicn ..e v -j "nlrt Tvnn, PnlllinlnP .rieuscue uiii Guards from the prison camp were reinforced by "volunteers from all sec- -fcions of Madison county, called by farm authoritiea to assist in the man Imnt 'Most of the prisoners were serving long tenns. Many were described asj desaerate characters All efforts to communicate with tnej farm by telephone failed, indicating: the convicts cut all wires. So far asj 'could be learned no one was Injured; In the break. diver Wendell Holmes. "Old .on- as in keeping that jxvlth his own recommendation "complete independence for the Phillinlne people is impossible at this time and for "a long time to come. i-hu arrnrdlnc to Thompson is th S-iTbis according to Thomps j first that any president has defi- i'aiid the United States. j i Need Willis Bill i Colonel Thompson says that the en- iiactment of the" Willis bill into law- would remove many of. the obstacles which maJies it impossible to have co- operation between the executive and legislative branches of the govern- must not drop the tasks which we assumed 28 years ago until we have satisfied ourselves that the Fil- ioinos are prepared for complete self- government. We should not take from them their aspiration The Rev. Henry Lewis, rector of anj Ann Arbor. Mich. Episcopal church.; 'surprised an Episcopal church con-; ference in San Francisco by recom-l whether or not unmarried unions1, should be certified. The form "companlonate marriage." as cham- iaay morning. j rampant nvrr the ynriN of VieiglilK'i's. snarling anil j iiltiii" at 'everything within i reiirli, (lie amused tlie ivsl- of Xnrval rmrk to ncllon. 1 Securing rifles, pistols, clulis unil Unlvi-s. a JIOSSH litintert drum tlin ilo.c mill corner- ing Iiliu under n pim-li. Mint Him. It was said that, practically rvi-ryltotly In the posse who t-nr- rliNl" n sun shot at the (log at one time or .-mother during Uie hunt. Dr. O'Neal and Deputy Sheriff Cur-j Watrli Other Dogs While it could not be learned if other dog? had been bitten by the Cunningham dog. a close watch 13 being kept over dogs in Norval park lest an epidemic becomes prevalent la the vicinity. The police department was notified of the rand-dog being at large: In Norval park but referred the call to 'Sheriff McFarland. ploned bv "former Judge Ben Lind-'tis. who were- called to the scene, >i viewed the carcass of the dog andi sey of Denver, Colo., was cited by the Rev. Lewis as the sort, of unwed un- ion the church might, well weigh. nitely told the Filipinos that they not ready for independence. Thompson spoke about the poll- __ ____ 'tics and politicians in the themselves whenever they are I.NEV4 Swlt2erland. June Japan in a position of inferiority. The tripartite naval conference -ibelieved to have gone far enough The men sawed through their bum; on theu 'Japsnase interpretation of nines. He referred to such leaders as Quezon Osmena. Rosas. Recto, Sum- the leaders of the National- H-I japan in a JJUBII.IUU ui the leaders 01 tne J.NKI is Japan is expected to accept cruiser the Demakrata partii to tonnage, however, which would place rv House and Senate and _T UUL.- "chasing the men into the tr. the river bank. The section J which the chase led is. a vir- a; swamo with mud several., inches forcing her It is impassable in many places _____thing except, men on foot. -ox'Farm officials denied reports that -the orisoners had commandeered automobiles and horses. The officers declared the men were driven Into -the woods before they had an oppor- turiity to raid nearby ranches. Piison officials said they 1 ed 1'ttle difficulty in capturing cVu i They declared the dogs wouid te aole to trail the prisoners and that the large force of guards and volunteers available it was only a question of starving the fugitives into surrender. .A messenger from the farm -nollce here that the fugitives were Tjncrmed. He said they sawed through the side of their bunk house without attracting attention. Communication' with the farm