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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1924, Zanesville, Ohio FATE STILE IN Road Improvement Projects Ohio Times Wednesday Feb 27 7 o Boy Slayer of Family Planned Fifth Sacrifice T Feb IS Frank doesn't He to he slew rents as but South River Road and Maysville Pike Will Be Improved During the Coming Spring Summer and Later Result in a Campaign Other Needed Im- proving Road to Morgan County Line Tuesday iSaat o his He told police that Se still of again Mary of Ga She was 10 have been his third Frank lion in every district of Southeastern Ohio and M ville will become the center of the most extensive system ot highways and main arteries a entire state The improvement 01 the stretch on the south WM j witti Philo and Fails tv the improvement of the pike Plans are being considered for inaugurating for funds to improve the South River road w ill to the Morgan county line and the lower Muskingum river be tributary to Zanesville and the mam accessible through the medium of smaller roads to the Sents of this section of the state Improved s will increased transportation facilities districts south l rt in industrial and manufacturing Pro in local history Improvement Work Begins In Spring are Donahey bedroom sprinkled the bedding with and it TUen he ran out lockins door him The c: of the two sirls were door An investigation i was at request tne i I A few weeks aso Frank's began to become again He into his parents roou i hey aud shot them the j i The original the occurred when the Jed ia the boy said Ke was on a clean bhirt and he found buttons wert he Later at a he heard the call this unpardonable crime McDowell The state he no looser believes in any re- only in s supreme power HOLDS CONFERENCE No Intimation As To Conclusions Reached and Conjectures Are torney Also Confers With i ators Plan to Assail Another Cabinet I I 1 WASHINGTON Feb General position in the cabinet continues to remain in the bat ance President Coolidge had conferred with lam TOE two hours at the White House tonight Mr anemies were predicting that his resignation would not be j at the same time were J that he stood by his determination not to Ser fire and claimed that President haa no tion of asking him to do so Under the surface of these open for and against the attorney general were very general indications that either a definite announcement he wiU remain or retire will be made soon The developments were interpreted by many of those friendly to Mr Dougherty to mean time of his retirement and the manner in which it shalt be made more to the forefront in the negotiations between the and the White House than the at- tornev general's actual retirement itself V-C Meanwhile from under the fight being force the resignation of the attorney general came other development Plan Attack On Another Cabinet which forced the 1 House left agitated His county by ay state highway Commissioners and Mr X conferred and r u A in its appropriation o appropriating to rs m the sur holding the of these 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