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   Bridgeport Telegram, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1955, Bridgeport, Connecticut                               S? Weather Forecast TODAT FAJB. COOfXK VOL. LXIV. NO. 212 WDGEPORT VCONN., MONDAY 5. 19J5 Morning Newspaper HOLIDAY TRAFFIC TOLL HEADS FOR RECOM2DEAO Worst Labor Day Say Safety Experts OVERALL FieUflE 315 Victory SnUe After Transcontinental Flight Heaviest Traffic to Come; Flea for Caution Is Made Traffic deaths took a sudden upward Sunday and. experts said "tola looks like the wont Labor Day in Ma- lory." Last night an Associated Preas Kuryey allowed J4J had been killed in auto accidents, 21 had drowned, 42 had died hi miaeelfaueotM accidents for an overall, death ton of 315. At PJO, eastern standard time, death tall was 179. The California Utlnray petrol 'reported that 'tranV toll daring the first 45-hours of .the holiday at ft. compared with 10 during the same period laatfyear. Toll Feared I tIEarty indications pointed to -a. record number of deaths and re- cent figures are even more alarm- said Ned H. Dearborn, ideal of the National' Safety ciL "This looks bke the -wont tibot Day. weekend in Dearborn aaid the fataJMIesrnow than 39 per cent klgl the number reported In a- r period Boring the Day weekend and more tham 25 .per -cent higher than at the corresponding time over the July; 4th weekend, both three-day holidays. "And more Dear- born via that" past Labor Day bate- shown- that -the traf- New Strip Cease-Fire Is Quickly Broken by Clash _ _ ____ f. EGYPT CONFIRMS RUSSIA HAS MADE AN OFFER ON ARMS None Received So Far, How- ever. Asserts Deputy Premier Goes Berserk, Kills Girl HITS WESTC STAND Says European Nations Not: Fulfilling Promises on Munitions- Cat. Chariotton.- III. and from F'tM jat fighter landed at win Kandia trappy M a. hlfl.lilif.ht CALCUTTA j Deput; Sept. Minister Gamal MtNion Goal Topped; 'Speedy and Generous Response' Halted No Record Set in California ,to Pennsylvania Flight in WASHINGTON. The Red Croas anaovnce  after "hurricane -Dtcne'a Urreatial rains-povred nobAimeck- over northeastern The feed Craas aaid its lateat re- ted 1M dead and Another, tre're wtth-56t rt Faniiliaa CUBptBted loss r> Wins oendix Race f iJS 610 mpL Salem of Egypt confirmed here- to-1 day that Rnuia has made an arms j offer to Ezrpt. _ j Salem, who arrived her today I from. Ranzoon on a 17-day good 1 Tsiy. tour- oL, India, told reporters j that-'if European countries are nor going" to fulfill their'promise; and for the supply, of arms, Egypt nli alternathfe-.but to cept "Russian 'Egypt has not received anv arms so far, he add- ed. Mediation flair" Salem categorically rejected, a mediation, aufzestlon to aolve the dispute -with Israel. "we are not accepting any mediation." Whea a reporter mentioned Relates Gwt DtSptlte tO Dulles security treaty- offer (Oar- aoteetng the frontiers of Egypt aad.1 nwifjH aaid .he personally not mt state at'IataeL If Israel does exist, it Is a hws- do- aotr "be declared. EGYPTIANS CLAIM ISRAEL PROVOKES MCE OF FIRE Incident Comes After Both Sides Accept Renewed UN Truce Ptea 'PACT' PROVISIONAL Opposino Factions Say They Will Retaliate If Attacked Johanna (left) was fatally in Palls. Q- by Laufhlm. 15. said he went toraerk. tried ta shoot irandmothir- and on leaving Essjatwsjdt. 1 neighbor. TOOTH WES-OP IN ME'MING .Secretary's KilKng, Wo- ,f r man's Kidnaping A14JSOX, Iowa. Sept the announceaiaiir'cald, the raftny flood froyed and dkkaand an additittnal SOW. Bed Cross President Ellswarth Banker antiouocef the end of the drtre for loads, -which ha" "aaU otte.of the most generoos responses frain people Bunker advtoed the organizatfoa't 3.TW nwiey. In haad or pledged assored ta meet adequately Paaa, Einht) 3 POLIO CASES ADMITTED TO EN6UWOOO SUNDAY Three new cases of polio' were admitted to Englewood hocpitai terday, to 7> total for this year. _ Amony them wfre Mary Judtoi IS, of 63 Shea, terrace, Stratford, and David son of Laura lospital supervisor, and are in ly conditlOD. Strteen new polio admitted to EnfUrrood d- week from Aof, 28 to Se; closire. There were no new patlem over the weekend at Bridgeport jfcspi over the WhttejSox. Tlie defeated the Washington SeOaton, 8-3, are a half-gime "iaae. half beMndV and Mike, Trith' the vfetorii-s but it took relief pitching- by bottT games" to atop the his 14th win t needed some help in. the- last two innings from only Red Sox remained r gaiaea off' the pace by thtf 5-t Fnnk Baumann, .roolde hurler, fits second game against one loss juthough gave" Tray'to Tom Hord-after pitching six innings. the., XaUonal ,.Leagite. the. IMdgen defeated the Pirates, M. on junior _ two-run, homer ht the' Stfi pennant -was reduced to despite the -fct thai tlie jfTaulree Braves defeated the Cincln- Itatt Redlega. _ _ Force Base to Ohio, In.' fl houra 1 minute and: SB seciinds Jor a. new Bendli "record of miles 'an1 honr. Another F-84F -fieur' from March a, Wasblnfton XhllliU 33 for-a apeed average S52.32D mhes an. hcMir. Talbotf was the third pilots to take.oCf from the Calffof- nU" base shortly after Ipjn. eaefr lant Tlrtaday that HassU n- pbrtedlr waa-aifering to sell arms to tie Arab 'nations. Be said any such, shipment-would effect late _ Russia's Geneva conference pledge to help ease International .tensions. _ Dulles declined lo-aamc Arab countries -involved, but -informed diplomatic officials vsaid they un- derstood Egypt was the principal recipient of the offer, Soviet aeBtaUves .were reported to' have offered- heavy artillery -and some smalLarms. rrho he doesn't knew why h went ayrec claimed the life of a curious woman was Returned to Sioux .Falls today" to face.warranU chars; inf him with-morder and ing. Rus- Extradition Ronnie 16, Sioux Tails taxt driver, waived ex- tradition to South Dakota at a hearing- in Hampton, Iowa, today before District Judge- Harvey Uh- lenhopp. The issued in Sioux Falls, "accuse "Looghliir of the fatal shooting- yesterday of Stiffs Johanna Espetivedt, 22. Sioux Falls secre- tary', and th'e abduction of Myrtle Raabe, 49. who drive him to alas.-arms have yet arrived in tne I Emmetsburg. Towa. All -mr jor- league .teams play IwP- iday doiiblehead'ers, AMERICAN :LCA6ur Xew York vVaahiBgton Cleveland 9, Chicago (lst> Clerelaad, Boston f, Detroit ITT Kansas-CHy 1 NATIOHAL.LCAOUE 'New Tork 7. Philadelphia 4 Brooklyn Pittsburgh 5 Two of the planes liad-tjre blow- outs at McConneO Air Force Base, Wichita, Kan., and withdrew. Talbott.-was the tint to cross the .fiaish. Ime although he-had beek third in the departure.1ine. He paaced. over the finish pylon at the International Aircraft Show at pju, a fulLaix minutes i Middle East The Arab -countries now get their military supplies from the west, chiefly from Britain, A BritLth Foreign Office- sftokesr man told newsmen that, the Arab countries, like ether independent nations, ate free to make any ar- for Everybody Every (Continued on Eight) LIFEGUARD SWIMS SOUND IN 6 HOURS Loughlin told Sheriff Pete Boom- garden here a dispute over a gun his shooting spree. He told the sheriff he ed to Invri highway patramen last nifht becauae "ytm can't run all your life." "I got tired of running and de- cided to give -myself tfp." he added. The boy told Boomgmrden fee didn't .know exactly why he started shooting. He 'xaid he fired the first TO STATE PRISON Says Deci- sion to Escape Made on' Impulse Walter Gordon. 47. the captnred walklnjr on North Calotiy street in Meriden at a late hour Saturday ntght. dented StaV day that he had planned his it- cape or had burglarized any CAIRO. Egypt Sept. fAP) The on Egyptian-Israeli frant was, lasi midnight by aa exchaaga fire near Tabet ffl Aasra to strip, an E que announced today. Ci mutiiqus said four laraefts killed. f be incident was reported1 tevca hours after Israel accepted a renewed plea by; truce supervisors for an eadT to shooting along xhc tarat border. Both made it dear a) tilne they v-ould retaliate tacked. The communique aaid the Egyp- tians spotted 20 Israeli uoeps in-" side territory and informed the UN mixed Armis- tice commission it was gtciag o-.e trOqpa two hOHBT tO j fore opening fire. Claim 4 KiHatf At midnight, the communique said, tie Israelis" voklng the exchange in wbtch Cour -of then were killed. TTii iiiil to scare bot add- Chicago 5, ciadnnati Z (Oetaila aH basabaH fa mas Angdo Patri Ads Pages 23-27 Comics IS Constantine Brown Paje 12 Crossword Puzzle Page 18 Dr; BnndcscB Page 28 Editorials.......... Page 12 Fashions-........... Page 26 Jacobf on Bridge 19 Obituaries Page 26 Kadto and TV......'Page 1ft 10-H Theater News 17 shot cd: T don't think I wanted to shoot anvbody." In an incoherent statement of events, the youth told Boomgardcn AJ A A J mAC.lv 24, SetS of recently the run. a Record From L I. to Seaside Park A Bridgeport life- guard completed a 14-mile awim across LOUR Island sound yesterday in the record time of hours, mtnutss and 33 seconds. "Paced with perfect acquetic con- condition: similar to 32. caliber from friend. Detectives lit Siofta" Falls said Ronnip tvbo was 19- last week, had Jerry Eagen, gan for him jiontlng.- Hifftn. concerned cause Lmtghlin '-was ander the quoted Gordon, who was known aa the 3D years ajro son of a Bridgeport, had made nu deci- aion to escape on the spur of an Friday while he was help- aft load a prison truck with can- ned goods. Gordon told prison officials that as soon as the truck was loaded and the guard had turned his back, jumped Into the back of the truck and hid behind a pile of box- es up front.' Behind Though the truck was checked Mice before it entered the trap- ate and again white In the trap- it was "cleared" by three guards while Gordon crouched be- hind the boiej. Gordon said that he roo> on the truck up Pfolt street in Wethera- field and jumped off when it stop- ped before pulling on to the Berlin turnpike.' He claimed he immedi- ately hid in th> bushes until it came dark Friday.night. The convicted burglar claimed I that he then walked through -wood- ed areas off the in, a. southerly direction and again hid to the bushes all day Saturday. Gordon- denied he waa the thief who stole a bunch of bananas and several hundred worth of jewelry from a Bell street in MiddletOTc-n'a Wcsiffeld district Fri- dav night. ou was Warden CuiEminss. Gordon--explained the old felt hat be Tras wearing by claiming that it said there were no Egyptian casualties. tanks- also were ra- inHde Gaza d.1 marcatlon line at on ____ and ii.) 'Women's News Page 14 i TEMPERATURE (Up yesterday year ago yesterday year ago yesterday PRECIPITATION Eisenhowfr End; of .Discrimination. Hiring of Ovcr45 Workers s Sept. Tn a Labor Day message to America, President E met by the previous tecordholdsr. Dutchruan. Zegger, in 1930 Harold Rosenblatt, of 401 Noble avenue, his long distance tri- umph at ajn. yesterday from Oldti-ld point, Pott Jeffenon. X. T. He emerged from the water at j pJn. on the main beach at the Park bathing pavilion. This was' the Ofth attempt to crotM the eound for the University of, Connecticut graduate. He had been 4nce before, but froK tlie ConaKUcnt shore hower .turned atteJktioit today to older He said discrimination raust be diminstjpiL 'Z -U (Continued an Eight) The communique said; "An official antMHUKedlha Egyptian government accepted Gen. Barns" appeal for a Sunday at 5 p-m. (Canadian Maj. Gen. ELLJt w tlie chief of the tW truce OrganiiatioB in Pal- estine.) 'At 7 JO ptm-. Sunday. Cgyptiaa troops sighted an Itraeli patrol 20 soldiers in Egyptian terrrtory. near Tabet El Assra and laformM the ITN" Armistice commissJori. "The Egyptians cave the'Israeli two hours to withdraw, stat- ing that other they -would shoot. "The Egyptians informed Gee. Burns of the presence of the patrol at p_m- "Burns replied at PJB. that he had contacted the Israeli (Continued an EARTHQUAKE ROCKS NORTH CALIFORNIA Thousands Frightened in San Francisco Area; Damage Minor JOSE, BULBAR POLIO STRIKES BRIDE AFTER WEDDING MILWAUKEE. Sept A young Milwaukee bride xraj take: to a mMpital five hours after her j wedding- yesterday, and physicians t said she was stricken -with, balbar' 9ept. was a. flft from "roan, in a store" j An canhquake shook a around San Jose tonight cracking; walls and windows here. swaying buildings in Saa Fraaeisett and frightening thousands tba thickly populated >-egion. j The tremor began shortly afra i -7 p_m- FDT as a Tha municipal and and developed icie a badi-and- offices. factoticf. banks, libraries forth movement in some phtcea Feat Office will be closed j as a roiling motion in another. IS i. kept up for as much aa 30 secoeda 1 in some places, provides a W.C. Uanon, jeumoloeist _ _ _. (Contrnusd tifht) CITY MARKS HOLIDAY WITH WHRir today in obocrraace of the at Labor Labor Day. Sirs. Doeald Goatx Beaticbamp until 10 a. m. Satnrdavf three-dav weekend for man work-j L'tuversity of California, said tha of not feeling well j unofficially wgatfica; the of1] quake centered na Friday night but put it off as "just Summer, wher. familltr miles of tfrre. si hiringr them Following the chnrch ceremony Uis rutsts. between 10ft. foll- owed the usual of kissing. the bride. At breafrfaat, Utar Mrs. HoiEster. Be agreed -witk Father Webei-. seHnolofiat at ta Clara universitt thai UOn and return -to and Children face the, reopening cif on The observance of the hot- rating of .aty was moderately -wit a Iday weekend this year t said The President rTiMfiarlifMv tn 1 h n WM unable to and a} curtailed, as people in j on tne Andreas Fault. IO.A.XDOF ww He or-jthe areaa masv cor- the structure is "an bar the Ba leter (8 P- ..XMi (S p. nv. reading) THE TIDE i Tamarraw a jn. a, m. m. p. m. a. m. p, tn..... jo. ALMANAC ftAtttaHtikAr 9t twu bundred'forty-eigMh-day thcjj-Ear, Seventy-fifth day of Sttm- 'mer. Sun rises at m, tt p. m. Waste it caiwes "a waste TalnaJrte stuns ;aad taleats." JEfsenhower that Day this year: an Americans. "hombly grateful for the twin bKxe- toga of peace juid prosperity." "We hooor all the working men and >-af thlf caontzy who with their and conUMtrted so much to KAtfAlhAl t national baaald. "Let us thank God fat our ireudl (ore tn history. fortune move forward imake oar coontir aM Mir a better place in irhicli Bower's 'menage was leased by Secretary of Labor Junes pricea, are holding aleady so that earner boy -wftb his pay check than ever j before. j t -And with an are aft 10 pet- cant of-our ta- P. SfiU-hen, wbo'aald'In tal production, is for Labor Day statement that the na- economy through te new records .61 prodactlon, wealth and Persona] has never Mitchell aaid., "The latwt ibaw that mora ara'at'inirfc, than.CS miHtvHt making higher than ever "Amd while 'K on 1 fense." The America's 73rd tAbor Day fs betBf around the The aaid It'waa-aehxllfic tAfeS: abroad la prau itspatchw and Voice fit America, brotdcasta, built around the Labor an At Wortiin Dvaslp Today PtrtMMn at today ondtaf anather liolMay a at tno Wordin IM damp. t lattat in at afparatwt i to- tho acawa at ay m. aftar rayortad that HM wan Hhjmio- atari to tha WordiN avmMW and apparattM Na. T. an a'irty at dered her to a hospital where their rehabilitation illnesa was diagnosed as polio. witbo-ji for the calendar. duced the derastabnc San Frais tha other.bfaaaa at- occwrrad In Today's Telegram of holiday, will no of THE BMtXSEPORT POST' TODAY. Thw edition o! THE TELEGRAM, ft addition to its own ragulai foaturas. con- all I'M popular BRIDGEPORT POST FEATURES. Thiauyh Iha coo ration of daalarx and eamars, thii of THE TELEGRAM is ruppliad to regular BRIDGEPORT POST Cvwy (Continued en EffM) by Otin Miller I Some I doubt if they'll ia the fravt to turn dttst   

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