Clipped From Zanesville Times Signal
who and, rec- the of of people. her PLANS TO ATTEND LEAGUE MEETING Miss Sybil B. Burton, President the, Ohio League of Women Voters, will go to Columbus Tuesday meeting of the executive committee will be held to discuss the bill proposing permanent registration for Ohio Voters, which is sponsored by the League. This will be submitted to the legislature for enactment into a law. It is the theory of the league members that one reason for the decreased voting in Ohio in recent years due to the inconvenience experienced in the requirement for too frequem registrations. Permanent \toting would do three things, the league believes: Make registration convenient, convenient, lower the election costs, prevent much fraudulant voting "The vigorous opposition of the political machines of Pennsylvania Ohio. Illinois and other states to registration reform affords -onvincing proof that the controlled \oters are always registered while the independent independent voter neglects or forgets to register and loses his vote," a league publication says. Those who a will attend the state board meeting are Mrs. Freeman Eagleson. Mrs. Dora Sandoe Bac- mau. Miss Juliette Sessions and Grace Peters. Columbus; Miss Sybil Burton, Zanesville; Mrs. Malcolm L McBride. Miss Permelia Shields, Ella M- Estabrook Â«"fÂ» Mrs Walter Laffer. Cleveland; Mrs. W. W. Girard; Mr*. Harriet Taylor Upton Warren; Miss Olive Coalton. Toledo. Miss Agnes Hilton. Cincinnati; Mrs N. M. Stanley, Dayton.