Zanesville Times Recorder, May 24, 1974

Zanesville Times Recorder

May 24, 1974

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Issue date: Friday, May 24, 1974

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Years available: 1923 - 1977

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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1974, Zanesville, Ohio Today's Chuckle Reading through the White House tran- scripts proves, one thing you can't judge a book its cover-up 110th Year- Vol. 144 22 Pages imes er Your "Good Morning" Newspaper Zanesville, Ohio, Friday, May 24, 1974 Today's Weather KWKt Partlv cloudy through Saiurday and continued cool with highs near 70 and lows in the 40s (Details on Page 15 Cents This Color Guard composed of members of the 342nd Military Police Company of the Army Reserve here are- (from left) bugler. Sp-4 Daniel P. Beebe. 1-Sgt. Warren O White; drummer, Sp-4 C. Thornton; Sfc David C Barnett S-Sgt John T Cecil; Sgt. Donald D. Coleman, Sgt. David D Dudgeon. Sgt Lynn M Mobus Sp4-Gerald Riggle, Sp-4 Mark Tignor, and Sp-4 Kim Cecil (Photo bv Don Durant) Civil War Unit Formed Here A scene reminiscent of Civil War days is relived twice each month at the Army Reserve Center on Moxahala avenue when members of the 342nd Mihtarv Police Company parade to the n each of the- eight selling days than in anv other sales period this year Its sales of 142 465 cars were down just Si 1 per ce-nt from last Ma; 11 2Q, its best performance of tin- year Ford Motor Co recorded the sharpest year to year drop 24 4 per cent while American Motors usually on the upside reported sales we-re oif 18 7 pe-i cent Chrysler Corp showed a 1i 8 per cent decline "We are most encouraged by passenger car sales during this peuod even though the sah-s it'sults aie favorably in hue-need by the conclusion ol sales iiKcntivu activities in Chevrolet Pontiae Oldsmobile and Buiek said Warden d.M vice president for marketing SPAPJLRl ;