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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1927, Zanesville, Ohio 1 I i Of Two County Board Of Education Members Will Assure School Economy 1 ii i The Goal For We Strive To serve the the Truth p h o I il the and the Way to THE TIMES RECORDER All the News All the Time Worm iMI Your Home At your boot Morning NO 265 OHIO MONDAY NOVEMBER and warmer Tuesday probably Boy's Store SURVIVORS IN FLOOD BUSY Dresden Gasoline Station Held Up ents and so Co Broke Up Trial Pal Stood Watch On Out- side As Highwayman Entered 310 up KET 2nd the ic ATTENDANT AT GUN'S POINT I Local Police Join Dresden Force In Hunt For Bandits Flourishing a revolver and ex- Gimme your an unmasked highwayman up Severns 25 at a Standard Oil Co line station In Dresden at 9 o'clock night and escaped with 835 from the cash register In his the stick-up man overlooked j in the same register The attendant at the station was unable to gtve an de- scription of the bandit lie said thr intruder was about 5 I eel In height weighed about Vr pounds anil was wearing a dark suit and cap The bandit hid a pal who acted as a out to protect the highwayman were notified of the robbery It was believed the two men boarded a Pennsylvania railway enroute to and Stotts Daringer and Rider arched the train at the local depot t i o persons answering a of the bandit were found on train According to reports from Dresden j Severns said the bandit Driven To Housetops In New England Floods Economy Has Featured Regime Of Present OLD MEMBERS ARE CANDIDATES AGAIN Friends Seek Re-election Of Littick And Martzolff Kino above Washington D C drawer was locked and Severus forced to open It from which the aiKin took He overlooked 926 h was In the register Severns Gave Strict Orders i After tlic register had been robbed i K bandit demanded Severns down of the floor but was about that and forced the at- to crawl into a corner and on the floor The bandit de- to Severns 1 have a pal out- who will shoot you if you move vour position on the floor As bandit left the station ano Joined his companion who was out- the station which la located a corner of Main and Sixth streets Dresden n pedestrian happened out thc two robbers paid attention to him and walked Sixth street Deputy Sheriff Jamison formed to scour Dresden and the robbers and to Inform j A to be on thc watch for What is conceded to be the important election In Muskingum county this year outside of the city of Zanesville Is that for the selection t of two members of the County Board of Education Muskingum Is one of the largest and most Important counties in the state from a school standpoint Its I school affairs are conducted with rare j skill effectiveness and economy the present administration which y lopping off needless jobs and ex- penses has cut the cost almost In two with the preceding stration In salaries alone the ent board has effected a saving ol per year to the taxpayers Un- der the law there ore some expenses which cannot be reduced but the ng of or per week was made by disposing ol unnecessary of the administrative work now being performed most by the county ent and one assistant The present board lias not only reduced tlie to the ers but It hits performed mi equally fine service to parents teachers ami scholars In lishing n uniform system I school books throughout the Tills makes It Harv for a family to buy new books In of removal ironi community to lias lieen a great wiving to many families In ways Another oy present board Is the f curing o approximately a quarter of million dollars from the state to aid the ot county out cent of expense to the taxpayers fact that the 01 the county are In the best shapr have ever been in and are at less cost to the payers than has ever been the cam Lee the county nl went into effect an Is being made by the old gang which ran the schools with e high and ex- hand to again m clutches on the county school tern Tho old gang has brought out Two giving their names as as its candidates D K cld by police for the 8 Cohagan of the Johi Stremmel The present members of the 0 Central Press telephoto of expanse of water while awaiting a APPROXIMATELY 125 DEAD NO ESTIMATES OF PROBABLE DAMAGE Army Airplanes Carry Relief Supplies Guard Troops On Duly To Sir press Looting In Devastated Towns Cut Off Trom All Communication With side World Save By Airplane BOSTON Nov mate flood Local Merchants Will Present Latest In Fashions At Quimby s Follies Tonight stopping to count the dead or property lasses survivors of swept northern New England towns occupied with ing for tlic living Tho flood has spent Itself In thc sections first stricken by the mad wa- ters but a score of towns left partly destroyed face a prospect of being cut off from roll communication with the vest of thet country lor many with the highways presenting n hardly less dark I The death list stood at mutely 125 with additions likely tho losses arc more definitely com- piled Property damage at the ment defied estimate Jt was that the final accounting will reach a total of way million dollars by With the highways Impassable and in some cases no longer In existence relief was sent to the marooned ple from the uir Where broad smooth highways in sure transportation be- the flood came scores of ditches total of three score flood to the valley Montpelier escaping with slight loss of life was hard hit physically nnd suffered through lack ol fire Loru the flood came I feet deep in some cases him accu cut by the rushing attempts to drive motorcars to the cities were airplanes today a survey Members of the cast of Follies accompanied by the Inter- Bathing beauties arrive in Zanesville early this morning where they will be the guests chants the Quimby theatre and the ifor t proceed to the The company hotel where headquarters will during the stay in the comedy Follies and mg Monday night at the atre for a week's There will be a matinee each day ihr Army f the curtailed In part by and snow Ludlow Vt bom ot Attorney John U At Montpelier the waters reached height of IS feet in tlon and receding carried away and automobiles which had been floating In the In contrast with the high waters at the capital the flood reached only four or five feet In ot but swept through the town with n velocity not felt by its t bor The death ot Lieutenant S Jackson was ted to the speed of the rushing wa- era The second ranking lal was swept to his death when ne from automobile Looters at Work Following upon reports of looting In after families nad homes and merchants had stores martial law was put into effect A company of national guardsmen from verc sent o patrol the flooded area In Springfield's business section stores suffered heavy age through the flooding of goodi stored In cellars Girls from Smith college In ampton Joined In relief work In that city and several of the fraternity were thrown lor less persons Prisoners In the Sargent was being swept by a storn Tuesday and two showe at night or March city Thle the Beau- tour the having lunch at the jonquil Tea Kocm at 12 o'clock Tho company a beautiful In tlie company will be Miss Ml Miss Youngstown Vernon Miss Miss Frc Miss Frances White Miss Leono White Miss Blosser Bob and T Dwight manager They will take part In the musical tor the use of the beauties during helr entire here They will list nits car on their tour of the city It will bear signs reading Car of The beauties will go to the bus Oil nnd Gas company's station after lunch where the car will be nt West Main street are asking a second term in their good work Monday A Entrance was gained by the for the or thieves luck of and C F in Arter with Patrolmen and Daringer rushed to the Movement Under Way To Repair Bristol Road ed Silver Flash gasoline and oil At o'clock will visit the Music store to sre the radio to be cu the stage for each show at the Quimby After chatting there they will visit the C O Watson company r clock to thank the for Its ration in bringing Follies and Fashions to thc city Munson Music store will be visited 2 o'clock where tlic records and Columbia phonograph to be used In tho Alley number will be selected While there they will listen to some ol the latest song hits Mrs M Search store will be the stop on thc program At o'clock they will select the hats to be used in the scene Broadway Belles In quest of Jewelry for her Lady Diamond number Mt Vernon accompanied by enow of Hampshire towns with supp lie o serum medicine nnd sail Lieutenant Colonel com- oV Flow Concord for ti survey ot the Hood In addition to the by the other beauties will cull on Guy C Fltz at o'clock o select her lor the above act Davis company wll them at 3 o'clock I they will select the beautiful Then An effort is to be made by and coats to be In many of thr In their They will nisi cither of the j meet the were county called Jail out In Northampton today to help strengthen dikes when It- became parent that thc barriers were under thc rush ol They heroic work stemmed tne tide John son ot was a visitor Ja day Joining thousands of M he dam to watch tW of watier that flowed over Is also needed At the of Governor f Vermont General Brown has a movement of to Montpelier Hie governor officer that no soldiers or dam advised the army need exists for Food from St jor the capital Family Another entire destruction ol n family was reported when news came that the 20 deaths at Waterbury Vt Fred Charles ana all seven p had told ot the death ol ft Sal Uit of seven members by circuitous ami port of travel county commissioners to on- it would provide an out- tain the of Morgan for lnc people of of in getting County j and Morgan r ty commissioners in getting Road No 43 running t roads and without good Uie officials of to Bristol on thc county at least believe one appeal has already i they arc entitled to work Sunday night It was thought robbers parked an were cor- tho station and walked to I n WeKt End of thc robbery then Questioned by thc car and escaped oral police watched the roads to the city from the nor night In an effort to BREECHES BUOY IS IN RESCUE OF and it Is to other Thc commissioners and j ty Surveyor A management and i hanks for the use of the beautiful fur coats which each beauty will wear on thc shopping tour All tho coats worn by the beauties will be from this They may model there for a few minutes If the of thc firm desire to see them wenr some of this store's line of coats nnd gowns m commissioners coVati nC stage at the the people theatre SL F E GAK MAK MRESS TO ACT FOR FLOOD CONTROL They will spend some dressed Report of e ol life in three places persisted although mado no additions to the tentative GRAND JURY PROBE OF JURY TAMPERING WASHINGTON Nov 1 New England still ng i story ot destruction the of congress vlll be set in potion tomorrow In an effort to policy for flood a I will get under way at lie Capitol with the meeting of the control committee at uh time its chairman Reid of Illinois will the work to oe done Ho sa tho vn glars or cot taken by tne i i was used to save three of the flood was sweeping today that while the com- to have ens at the outset would be damaged t to needs of the D a OCCUPANTS OF HOUSE FORCED TO FLEE BY EARLY MORNING FIRE Tht were marooned In farm Two hundred fee away was a barn elevated above tht level of the flood waters which to the second story of By means of a telephone w re y NUISANCE TAXES TO BE CONSIDERED NEXT ot hould have for with other the staging of t WASHINGTON Nov th the expecting the week to bring startling developments m the grand jury Investigation ot the mistrial ol the oil con- caac Sheldon Clark of P president of the g company W Burns SPARTA NOV story of what perhaps was an making flight the deep blue partially revealed today In too and equipage of wrecked balloon while the body oc Captain Hawthorne C Gray the pilot lay in the basement mortuary m country store Captain Gray took off from Field Friday In an attempt to set record His own log o was alive when he reached cet cither mark a record but limbed to between and either mark a record 1 ut wnM assed between the entry ot that ipm 40000 on Ills cardboard log sheet nd the drifting to earth of the lubic feet bag will probably never determined Army officers here to safeguard and take charge of tne body agreed today however that of the oxygen supply on from Scott Field Ills Gray's death Removal of the body for travelled 200 feet stretch WASHINGTON Nov or nuisance taxes unc tru controverted from through Hill past the Ark Springs church Zeno and to Hickory it connects with and foiled Koart 458 to the Mortal open at the Quimby theatre In and Fashions A runway leading Into the has been built so every thc each performance consideration line and leads to Bristol Involved n It intersects State on opportunity ti sec each 76 which is the state number UX north to New Concord four anxious watcher Retention or repeal of these levies f In turn State Route No 76 leads off State Route No 37 near ha Monday night for thc firs Lime in to ride back U- over which the treasury j constructed principally to needs of the river sstem he would river system he the needs of all the turbulent rivers be kept con- In mimi e meeting of ten approved by by i buoy was Lillian Burleton a a school with as Clad in a she OM estimated at covered bj trip to safety over the lars partly cov A workman n Pie Shop Bolhert home Benedict and was followed by Mi diet Mrs ftn lie membership had any pt this would be forthcoming later Intire when ropes were thrown biting cold i them of the KILLED BY HORSE and many congressional leaders arc at odds and battle lines already haw been formed for the impending light been formed on this issue the the Inter-City Beauties will wear the new Annette the d that It will seen the bathing suits known as the o ar- for County No the Beach nnd are important County Road No 43 is already from to the Rich Hill township line No improvement Rich Hill township led by the Asbury Mills of New York City This is the first showing In state of the late suits and should ume he r search tomorrow for evl to government charge of Jury tampering Clark is charged by the with receiving reports from operative of the detective agency members of the Jury h Arlington Military cemetery waa de- coincide with the arrival there of Mrs Gray Lieutenant H H Couch was In charge ot the casket but he DM instructed to take with him to Washington the barographs log and thcr paraphernalia There the barograph will be united and given final reading A board of Inquiry was expected to amine the equipment and draft port cither at Washington of Bcott before It the Field It will have mask which Gray wore to the two oxygen tanks registering empty a severed the cane of maids B Fall charged with conspiracy the leasing of Dome naval oil reserve to Sinclair by Fall when ho was secretary of the interior Another employe of the Sinclair companies Henry Mason Day vice atest style of Of the Sinclair Exploration ild be seen ny all niso charged with receiving P Sinclair Der tube mute evidence according e of a third empty cut as ballast two time recorders one of which failed to function perfectly a froze and then started again the tersely Irregularly written tog Of the Burns detectives one and a half miles here will be ten scenes Two Arguing that should be forgotten that in the Idea to be aimed at Is n nnd low rates miles have been graveled In Melge jhow with several special singing Continued on Pace 5 reports from ln thc now is under bond township starting line at the Rich Hill of Im- j WASHINGTON Nov Initial Blasts Of Winter lends Mercury To 22 O Nov 37 Toledo died which Bumbled while through a field near Ohio today Wintry blasts from Medicine wherever the cold waves gripped and vicinity night forced the mercury Jo crawl down the tube to the 22 mark and caused untold trouble belated motorists Scores of motorists were forced to their cars at home Sunday uy of broken radiators from thc v conditions Rushes were made for and solutions machines were started Sunday after a liberal dosage of water from the family teakettle thaw out thc pipes Cold rains Saturday formed little of water about the streets and ol thc city and these were with Ice Sunday morning residents reported ft two-inch I of ice 1 jCr In to Sunday being prospects ol t had 1 W cold glowing Predictions night wore through GROSS COUNTY WASHINGTON Nov of planes orders flights during the THE WEATHER runs trough High Hill WASHINGTON NOV i leaves a gap pf six miles of un- earthquake shocks believed by Fn township rector Tondorf to have been 3900 would reach thc Morgan miles south of Washington line in Morgan county there Is only a irons to the home Of Firemen weir Frank Wart cld of V MPI gunday streets at blaze er streets to under the hearth extinguish 1 warrant longer Journeys issued to thc army air co As a means to continue long tance Tlie damage had been program under will fly ne to their journeys of which from the with slowly temperature in west and south tions Monday Tuesday cloudy with rising temperature probably rain cloudiness with temperature Monday cloudy and warmer ably showers TEMPERATURE By 5 a m H 7 a m 10 33 12 noon 2 p rn 4 p m 38 C p m 8 p m f 10 p m 12 J today today Sets tomorrow of four and four tenths on this road before contact would be made with the state rood at Bristol The territory to be served Is one rich in farm products particularly fruit Many sheep are also raised It Is predicted even larger crops would be raised If better road outlets had so that the farmers could to their markets the around Assurance Is given that Muskingum officials are willing to do have were re- corded for an hour last night on at Georgetown university Director Tondorf thought the dis- might have been off thf Argentine coast the flight interspersed radio reception ending witn words sky ordinary deep very bright all Mexican Rebel Is Captured And Executed FALL IMPROVES WILL RETURN HOME SOON s WASHINGTON NOV their full part and they arc hoping I In the condition ot Albert the Morgan will show Fall become so marked that ne spirit is considering returning soon to his m SMOKED IN DEAD CINCINNATI O Nov fred Bennett 40 negro was ed by smoke when a cigarette ignited his bed Firemen found nett in a cupboard It believed Bennett awakened by the blaze to escape a m took the cupboard door for a p m In his effort a m through the MEXICO CITY Nov body of General Arnulfo Gomez one of the chiefs ol the recent revo ut on was brought back to Mexico City late last night Gomez had been and executed near state of Vera Cruz by General com- mander of the federal forces early morning Two other rebel of- were executed at the same time General Vizcarra and Colonel their were on the to recognize the characteristic was a light growth of beard and the body tas thin showing the effects o Gomez must have suffered during his short-lived rebellious ad- tanos ame train It was difficult ins bearing silver plates on he names and date of deaui scribed and turned over to Robles brother of tne of the party porting General Gomez in tne race The body of O remained unclaimed on a marble n the hospital Before being marched to where a detachment of fire a volley ending his life f Gomez sought w three letters invoked hta venture A mole on the left cheek near the home in New Mexico The lung congestion that -as con- fined the former Interior and with Harry P m the Dome conspiracy r have to remain here only ong enough to gain strength for the trip home Sk completed Gomez and were laid In two friendship with have them reach The first letter to carra wife at Los Angeles contained regarding their second addressed to urged to concealment in following m been one of M als and rebels requlrt The and tne third letter
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