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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1935, Zanesville, Ohio                             Always First The Tim Always Fair VOL. U, NO. 264 ZANESVILUE, OHIO, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 'Five Dead, Heavy Damage As Hurricane Hits Miami; ft om Salem Bank Messenger; Relief Pursuer Wounded aTYi Shotgun for Ufe-Une Storm Sweepuig Southward Di Towards Everglades City Man May Uie Workers Safe WEATHER-Rain, coldw; OOVKS. O, Four Issues of Paramount Importance Will Be Voted At Of f-Year Election Today Homes of Wealth at Palm Beach and West Palm Beach Undamaged MIAMI. Fla., Nov. sec end hurricane oi the season roared j across south Florida weight striking a .'urious blow at cawsine reported deaths ar.d ex-: tensive property damage. Two were known dead, a 13-year-; girl named Lev! and an unlder.-! -mrs caught is the collapse o'' nouses in the soctson he cttv. Poiic? told a woman! and a baby were electrocuted by aj fallen wire, but conlirmation wa-'1 lacking. A sailor aboard the Hariha.i BOSTON. Kov shotgun; substituted for a h's-Une mfty the Ulo of Joseph GalUn: ol Wc-r-: CW.UT. GaUsst. the state poJice reported; tcday. became mired in a cuicSsar.di and hunting eoospsnsou. Hyraaa, exxer.ckci barrel cJ Sls-1 to hia :o pull out. Gruber wens to pcil ger also was pulled ard '.he gun cheating GiUlnr.fs right side ar.d rj-m. Galiaat was taiets to Wc-r- 'icr pensions." director. Heaiy, Robbers Waiting at Pott-; office to Get Sum Mail- ed From Pittsburgh on Voting d rime we qur. fooitwil out or He said -.4W.OOO tor SALKM. O. N daager ,.6, Big Gifts For Starts Work Soon Exodus From Helena as Quakes Resumed Further Major Shocks: Drives Nervous to Seek Safety Jan Bank Messenger and Cash- ier Accompanying Him Were Not Armed had x rl ift to '.il a thUfl Million in Cast Votes Today Sb National m Election Barrine Decided Swing From Normal t jy Two in ing Announced by Board Control of CHy Council (Hid County Board of Educa- tion at Stake P. HELENA. Uor.t.. HfUna's Nov. A- i 1 V'i another r.sr city i the tremors. tilator which had been loosened DYJ the His name was cot. deter-; mined. The storm, accompanied by wind-; c! more than 80 nults au noil Men and t GfOUp of rrOSpeciS struck cf Jurtftfr ms.-i Weather-Vane of Political Winds Is I Closely Watched; la Stt Arrangements lor the iserv- bank c-a-ked. f Tn mountain Munrocr homes, W] Big GlftsS f.{ frSor.ds tn rtsarbv cities, and southward. Waiter J. Bsnccu.jpsn m the arinual Community Chest j to ranch crmmur.lt'.fs thro'.iuh senior meteorologist at said he expected it to strike glacics City on the southwest Florida coast late" tonight. He expected the center to pass some distance north in" ZaixavlUe and gum county Nov. 18 to 25 were dis- S train, "resolved to rem.ilB away freni cussed at an enthusiastic meeting of Key West. YPSJC-I in Distress An unidentified vessel was sending tip flares off Miami bench to- night. Casualties m the Miami area couln r.oi be determined Immediately. Sev- reported emergenc Monday noon a.t the Y. M. C. A. Cards were the 20 men and women ol the division but were not distributed. The distribution will take place later In the wees and the group's solicitation will start 1 to ?too h'.s ciu-. 12.000 until th- eirthj see-.ns defin'.M'iy Three hundred and i Otil-> jrir.cti hew, IJT. eral hospitals cases. mates of orpliaris. anr se-vwity-ave Ul- pr'.vaW ftrhool or to hysical Orders Issued Monday for Building Brewster Levees Hi into CVVTSsml or cHS H'WT-.U( who wen v< tmissty, Mxyflt Hsrn- U fW _ Roosevelt Strength i I si-.s I i i   work, TJi'V B In flfl in j wtH i j x. In bM Ultra. in t wJ tori E wails. attention. the only institution or ita safe. Ott-.cr hosjviwils! D ,y the U. 8 Arthur unnmmiXHl. Th.' O. Paving were cvactiatcd. L-mount they would I Monday's' sunshine asked to give If each of the 14 j agencies of the chest conducted an wither eased the Individual drive. Inasmuch as the campaign goal this yeer is somewhat higher than the S3E.OOO raised during the drive last November, Myers pointed out that subscriptions would have to be In- creased by all donors if the goal of lonsed srries climbed Streets Blocked Many flattened, block- Ing city streets. Some" sections of the city were without lights and many 'telephones were out. Authorities said a 45-minute lull between the first and second high winds probably saved many lives The lull came when the center of the storm passed. During the lull, when the dropped away to a virtual calm, resi- dents hurriedly fitted storm shutters obtained food supplies from nearby stores and reinforced doors and win- dows with heavy furniture. Relief headquarters reported Lieut. Commander W. H. Green, in charge of FEHA workers removing debris o! the Labor day hurricane from upper wlil be doar by GftWix Broth Con-.pany o! Can-usn, O., was of MasslUon 15iw tlw jj lor tlio "Ur Work A. a hewist P. V" "to tfli The o'r in the 1 Four months hM is reached. Mr. Myers also- declared yesterday that the teams of all divisions arc fast being organized and that ma- jcrs. ccplair-s and even workers wculd be announced in a few days. The tesfc cf lining -up the colonels was completed several days ago. Academy Urges Passage Levy Need of Sanatorium''Stress- ed by Official Reduction in Freight Rates Affects Shipments Zanes- ville, Western Points Effective Nov. 25, the freight rates -u.j .between Zanesville a.nd points in and lower Matecumbe Keys, where j western trunk line territory in the some 400 persons, including war vet-i states of Colorado. Iowa, Kansas, erans, were tirowucd, hud advised his! Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ne- officc "everyone on the Keys haM fcraska. North Dakota, South Dakota, j Wisconsin and Wyoming, will be re- iduced apprortmateiy three cents per at Fort hunfired pounds, first class. All escaped i other classes are rediiced in propcr- j tion. This will constitute a saving in The homes "of many wealthy people! freight charges to shippers and re- at Palm Beach and West Palm ceivers of Zanesville. apparently escaped damage, although for comdlctlon which w on Svigar tributary or the Tw'arrtWHs 10 milps northwest. DovRf. icvces will be of earth. No. ,1 wHl 'oe ths -sewttge disposal of tht.- BrcWcr corporation MA bp 550 feet long. No. 2 will cross (he iirid; No. 03 on ol for the Uie Up JXDItUOl rrinii'.niug CWUml.xU S Hw.ry W liulit jcnllUiB TM This I op pirniilne acquiring of Ml. Ci Mt Vtrnon, has stnictlMi W for con Littick Foreman New Grand Jury 18 for InventitfaUon The alert, energetic and wise ac'rnent ol the tuberculosis pi shows its results In ewes recovered whom you and I both know. This management most necessarily come through institutional facilities and supervision. efficiency is directly proportional to the person- to whom we entrust this man-j agement and the facilities wiW which we provide them to do th... wort. Tuberculosis patients do_ not well at home. We till alike highway cnat. of stuto rout aad wiU bf tcct long. No. a.jr.irvettirfts In will be constructed in th.j Tncl- UW waa W awthcast part of Brcwstcr. win trj will _ w 440 feet long. Construction of a tU-jtimo   th? i Judge W.} Uljtim) in j urtUtetMty f I A of VkolntlOlW. rsld on old J. H. OWflO Rilph O. asld Monday evening in tiw dining r'Xrm at Hotel .w licnm- this rsiie j gram} jury ttirtfl _rr_____w _ _.._ adJustmsat was brought about heavy rains were accompanied by fcy th-3 traffic bureau of the Cham- strcng winds that up the sea -ncr cf Cuuuneree with the co-opera- onto the ocean boulevard at Palm of traffic officials of the Beach. At Fort Laucierdale a few __________....... four railroads serving Zanesviile and places houses on a parity with other ft c-t tlmr. vtrt Mri's.-nJH-il, ft! were unroofed, windoivs were smashed and many trees levelled. Structures damaged, for the most part, were not of substantial construction. Flocd waters resulting from !933 canals had receded tonight. j appeals for aid were DaVCy Sidesteps Row Over received by the disaster relief com- mittee within a few hours aft-er the .storm. The group was formed on a basSs after the Labor Day! hurricane and into action' quickly today. M. R. Harrison, executive chairman j of the committee, said it was irn- i cities in the Central Freight associ- ation territory. A similar adjustment to and from 5 in the east was accomplished Liquor Advertising COLUMB09. O.. NOV.. 4 A u-crdy controversy revolving ebout Ohio's liquor monopoly system ap- settled back tonight to its IVicc chairman, Rolrert Vt'illnrfJ; Vne patient is here educated con" jamci E. Ooddard; ceraicg tuberculosis and his own Ralph and on tor.fi hft eniDhaSiZtd. i _ ivin ;f-3. MsCcr.rK-H ibcrculosls and nw own Johrj directors. Ralph on cor." r-i fcction must be emphBslztd. J D6v.d Weter HRroJd v I Uic flwtion Tucirtay is patients to remain m Lut-acr Kerrnotb Hvick. i rf rss until they are arrest-id j Diutneri 3Hutarit wcrMary j srho'i in a Trt fl.t thO 5 i tlculer infe We want p--------- until they are arrest-id iir.d we want to place at the. lowest, p-ssible minimum the incidence of re-admissions. This is accomplished by a proper hosp-ltallzaUcr. and after his case becomes quiescent that he still remains in the institution SB I convalescent or as an exarcisc case, for a longer observation and undar more strenuous living conditions te- fore ha is discharged. We have two very fine and welt equipped general ssiaUnt j srhwvi in Council of Retail was the gucsl-spjuter a laistliii: ataMr.ce of Sheridan, who w'MJnUv. unable to attend en accost i-nass. He an tali on -11-1- devoting much to of the salts tar and polating   C..JC W ..v... i less cf her light eye. and rum a. snd jar fractures. Physiciaas he had come soiutloa of our i ris's 52 54 60 63 a 4 p. 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