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   Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - May 17, 1958, Hamilton, Ohio                                Help Keep America Strong United States Savings Bonds pwU tjatniltcn to yen tc public CH fttaij 30th HAM I LTD N JOURNAL HAMILTON IN Entered nfcnndclmi mitter it offlct at under act of March MAY 1958 Court At Journal Ohio 127 PKICE SEVEN CENTS I each day The Joarnal News family ot possible 18 PAGES WEATHER HAMILTON AND VICINITY SCATTERED SHOWERS THIS AF TONIGHT AND SUN CONTINUED LOW TONIGHT HIGH SUNDAY FRENCH CRISIS CONTINUES TO MOUNT Explorer III May Fall In MidJuly WASHINGTON W Explorer Americas third earth satel is going silent and may come to a fiery end about the middle of Scientists tracking the Army built satellite reported Friday that one of its two radios has v v v v v v v More Signs Of Business Pickup Seen NEW YORK W The nationsa 10 per cent increase in housing economy marked time this week j starts this after nine months of running Consumers kept spending at ifast pace that almost matched i stopped transmitting and the other j Signs continued to multiply that last years record Producnas become the slide that started last Augusttion of steel and Announcing the na might be touching bottom and j while still far below yearago committee for the Inter that recessionary forces were moved up a national Geophysical Year reportday set the second international nally running out of j stock on the other also that estimates of the month a speed Here and there you could see broke On Wednesday theicate the satellite will reenter the mark of m h signs of market was thrown for its atmosphere and disinte Earlier a Starfighter set an al Contracts awarded in April forest oneday loss of the It Brate around titude record for conventional air future construction showed a kingrallied later but was leaning to The committee said there iscraft of sized gain over 1957 after trailingward the downside at the evidence Ohe partial loss of The speed mark was set by yearago figures for the previous Latest Figures contacts Wlth explorer Walter over three Road building was The latest batch of official may be due to a collision athe Mojaye Desert some 65 miles one of the brighter meteor cloud that might have north of Los He followed 9 V V XP V V v v v W W V v V v V V v v v Yank Sets Speed Record 140419 MPH Recorded By Captain LOS ANGELES WI Nine days after a Lockheed F104A Starfight er flew the another Air Force plane of the same type flew the The Starfighter the famous j Missile with a man in Increase In Housing I the business decline in late winter j damaged the transmitters At the same the National and early spring went deeper than Flrcd March 26 of Home Builders forecast nurn to pnue the exacting rules of the National Aeronautic which is submit The an 80inch longUing the new record for official Special To LOS ANGELES A sleek Air Force F101A Starfighter leaves the runway May 16 for its world air speed record run over Edwards Air Force Base on the California The pilot was Walter of Hamilton Air Force The sometimes called the missile with a man In flashed over the measured course at miles an beating the old record by about 196 launching of the Armys Explor er I and the Navys some Planes Collide In Midair Four Navy Flyers Killed Apparently neither pilot saw the Navy airmen were killed in the0tner plane collision of two planes over thej when McCull parachuted into launched its third a Atlantic Ocean shoreland near F here Friday i s about 100 yards offshore All four were on a Navy photoand waded his first words reconnaissance plane which colj were What did I hit lided with a Cougar jet John w Fritchelti a metal tube was shot into space I worldwide March 26 after the successful The with wings only A foof 1 rr ic on r Q f i fin Q1 feet is an operational Both Captain Irwin and Explorer II failed to go into Howard who Both Explorer I and the Vanguard j set the altitude are mem are expected to stay in orbit for bers of the F104Aequipped 83rd Fighter Interceptor Squadron at whose Sputniks I and II j Hamilton Air Force near came down some time I San Two Tests parachuted and was jof lhe Photo Plane and cut off lts The Navy identified two of the He said the photo plane burst dead as Emile i into Turn eo Paste Redstone Missile Fired By Army Eisenhower Believed Ready To Sign House Defense Reorganization Bill C5 WASHINGTON W President he will not veto the bill if it is and George De It smashed to bits on the ocean The first attempt by a crew of GI both of The other beach of Little Talbot Island missilemen to launch the Armys two were identified tentatively as State Park about 20 miles northi potent Redstone medium range Robert and Doneast of weapon apparently was On his record speed Captain Irwin flew twice through a mile speed trap at The record was the average of the two one one Captain Irwin was in the air only 20 requiring about 20 seconds to set the But it took four hours to an CAPE CO tabulate the data before speed record was The Air Force chief of staff hung a Distinguished Flying Cross Eisenhower was pictured by Con gressional sources today as will ing to sign the House defense re organization bill even if it passes without changes he One of these who asked not to be quoted by told passed as it now But the hostile to changes that might infringe on the DE GAULLES TOP BACKER IN ALGERIA New Powers Pressed Into Use By Pflimlin DEMONSTRATIONS The House Armed Services I individual services or on Con Committee Friday a compromise bill that would give Eisenhower essentially what he asked for in arrangements for streamlined command of unified a newsman Without any aid both enlisted i The jet fighter fell in the ocean a success from about a mile farther Apartment Blaze Takes Lives Of Six Children WI Six chilj The six children had been left trapped in a the Stafford boys care by their wooden frame died Betty Lou Warrick Friday night in a fire in Southand Freddie Mae PhbcniXv Identifies Dead The ranging in age Sheriffs Buck Stockton from 5 months to 6 were identified the dead as Leonard Joe 6 Roy Another Alfred John 3 Rickie Joe TEACHER ADMITS LOVE FOR VICTIM Ohio UP I loved how I loved If they would let me out of here now I would go to the hospital to see Willa a 45year old school teacher sobbed the words Friday in Montgomery County jail here where she is being held for investigation in the shooting of her former boy Recovering satisfactory in Mi ami Valley Hospital is Fred Hayes of He was shot three times in the head and abdomen near his Dayton apartment Thurs On Christmas she told po Hayes asked her for money to buy a new and threaten ed her if she did not give it to Gregory said she gave Hayes six government It took me all my career to eave she Once Hayes had the Gregory he apparently lost interest in although he did date her a few times after Before she told he brought his wife to Day ton from Kentucky and began liv ing with who says she is is being held without She has been a teacher at the Northridge school since 1952 and before then was a teacher in Kentucky schools for 20 POWELL CALLS ON HIS BACKERS NEW YORK Adam 2 Wanda 5 months Larry and Aaron Wil Stockton quoted the Stafford boy as saying he lighted a kerosene lantern before the children went to bed and awakened to find the lantern tipped over and the bed room He ran from the the boy and then came back and tried to rescue the sleeping chil He said he was repulsed by he Huddled In Corner The Volunteer Fire Department limited the blaze to that one one of eight in the Firemen said the chil drens bodies were huddled in one corner of the The two mothers returned home to find the firemen at the They fell into uncontrollable weep ing and were unable to explain why they had been absent or to explain the childrens relation Indications were that the Red stone swept in on target without a hitch after it blasted into space at dusk Friday The launching was conducted from start to finish for the first time by men from the Armys first operational ballistic missile the 40th Field Artillery Mis sile For the this shoot was the climax of a years training with the missile at Redstone Arsenal It was reported unofficially that a Redstone unit may be based overseas before the end of The 63foot capable of carrying a nuclear warhead more than 250 miles with amazing ac is in mass production at the Chrysler plant in De on in an he com the innocent kind of blun der only can Un Was a reporter in Lebanon Premier Seizes Offense Against Rivals gress own turned down several Eisenhower requests for administrative Referring to two of these Eisenhower said in a letter to Chairman Carl Vinson I hope this language will be suit ably adjusted on the House In the first reaction from the Secretary of Defense McElroy echoed the Presidents saying that while the bill seems to have accomplished 11 iu most of the Presidents major ob Lebanon WPreadent haps will do this sooner than the most exciting day of Camille Chamoun seized the of fensive today in the clash with oppositionforces seeking to over throw his proWestern govern LIMIT NEAR his life I would say so bar none boomed the 34yearold combat Thanks a lot exclaimed his pretty with mock Flown here by the Air Force from their Turn to Page meant PROBE DEATH IN LION CAGE WASHINGTON Smithsoni an Institution officials ordered a formal investigation today into the grisly death of a Ca nadian girl who wandered too close to a lion cage at the Wash ON SUBSIDIES Ohio W Ohio mayors were told Friday that the state has just about reached the limit on state Expect no extra financial help from the 1959 session of the Gen eral House Speaker Roger Cloud Cloud gave the gloomy forecast to about 60 mayors at the first meeting of the new Mayors One of the groups purposes is to promote municipal financial help from the Cloud said the decline in state tax collections in the two year bookkeeping period which ends STAR ATHLETE SENT TO PRISON Rivers star high school athlete and student was sentenced Friday to 30 years in prison for slaying a pretty The 17year old football and basketball player at Ahoskie High re ceived the maximum penalty for second degree murder in the death of 16yearold Delores New The son of a state high way patrol pleaded guilty Thursday of second degree When arraigned Hackett had pleaded temporary insanity in the 12 Judge Chester Norris said if Hackett did not have the capa city to know right from wrong when he destroyed this for his own sake and the sake of society he should be put If he had the ability to know right from this has been the worst case of murder I have ever ington As her horrified grandfather Clayton Powell DNY called on i June 1959 will force the 1959 the people of his district today to spurn any attempt to dictate who fought vainly to save her Fri little Julia Ann Vogt was hauled screaming into the cage by a lion and The Harry Jack suffered a mild heart at tack and was unable to give a co herent account of what The incident occurred as Jack son was escorting Julia Ann and her through the The girls had come here with their mother from for a Julia clutching a bag of somehow got away from her grandfather and squeezed through a guardrail which keeps spectators some six feet away from the lion A lion suddenly grabbed Chamoun and his Sami appealing to the people to end the said the gov ernment is resolutely defending Lebanons independence from out side As if to underline their this capital was the calmest it has been in a Wave Of Strikes The two charged once more that opposition leaders who launched a wave of strikes and death dealing riots a week ago were working to make Lebanon another prov nce of President Nassers United The governments tarted with radio broadcasts riday night and splashed in the ress this was felt in tantly in Unless diehard pposition leaders have some hing up their Chamouns ampaign to restore order eemed headed toward Although there still was tension more automobile traffic appeared n the streets and more shops pened for Chamoun and his government till have a long way to go before ringing this riot torn nation ack to But feverish po tical negotiations going on be ween the opposing factions per INDIAN ACTRESS WITH ROSSELLINI India WI Hari Das Gupta said today he has not filed a divorce suit against his wife tvho has been report ed having a romance with Rober to The 33yearold Bengali movie director commented on rumors that he was seeking a divorce by Legislature to make up perhaps how can I contemplate their congressman shall who is being denied Democraticyparty support for re pleaded innocent in Federal District Court Friday to income tax evasion He indicted May He challenged New York Demo cratic leaders in a speech pre pared for a Harlem rally mark ing the fourth anniversary of the Supreme Courts decision against school We need to serve notice to the people of this city that we are not going to tolerate any group of peo ple sitting outside of our commu nity dictating to us who our can didates shall be within our com Powell 30 million dollars worth of defi ciencies in the current budget be fore considering the 195961 bud FIRE DESTROYS PART OF OSU ARMORY Ohio early today brought under control a fire which destroyed part of the armory at Ohio State No damage estimate was immed iately The reported about brought equipment from 17 fire companies to the located 23 blocks north of down town Firemen carried out boxes of live ammunition stored in the No injuries were report such action without knowing her I do not know where she Sonali was reported in Paris when Rossellini obtained a legal separation in Rome from Ingrid Bergman last Since then Rossellini has stayed out of public view most of the time while seek ing to have his marriage to the Swedish actress FIRE DESTROYS AKRON CLUB Ohio was estimated at in a blaze which today destroyed the olub house at the Firestone Country There were no Firemen from Coventry Town hip and three adjoining commu nities battled the blaze for four lours before bringing it under con The fire apparently started n a womens locker fire men but the cause was un Officials of the Firestone Tire Rubber owners of the prop made the damage estimate They said plans for the lubber City Invitational Gol scheduled for July 36 would not be The located on Warnei fload south of the city limits wused a dining club rooms and locker HONG KONGS ALHAMBRA BEING DEMOLISHED HONG KONG The Alham bra a Hong Kong land mark for thousands of Americai sailors and was being demolished today when the roo Two Chinese worker were 13 injured and three were RHEE ADDRESSES SERVICEMEN TOKYO Wl servicemen in the Far East celebrated armec Forces day with recep tions and open house President Syngman Rhee o South Korea addressed troops assembled in the 7th In fantry Division area of the Ko rean armistice line He sai Koreans shall never forget th tens of thousands who gave the last measure of devotion from our hills and could be expected under ordinary leaders of antigovernment Druze tribesmen were reported ready to sit down to peace Parliament was summoned for a meeting and of ficials hoped the cooling off would extend into the WEEKS TALKS IN CLEVELAND CLEVELAND W Secretary of Commerce Weeks says the Soviet economic offensive is so new and o cleverly planned that few Amer cans are yet aware of its whole iignificance and its deadly The commerce secretarytoft a Tutures Unlimited banquet iof funior Achievement of Greater Cleveland Friday the Soviet pro ram is aimed chiefly at coun ries in the area running from Sgypt to It works like said Weeks lussia offers loans on generous and follows up with expan sion of trade with the Commodities sometimes are accepted in repayment of the By its seeming generosity in the Kremlin hopes to disrupt he free worlds source of raw ma and blow the bellows of antiAmerican jealousy and Weeks Continue Probe Of Jones Death TOKYO W Police inspector Tsunetoshi Shirakawa said today results of the investigation into the May 8 death of a Connecticut busi Jones will be referred to the prosecutors of He did not say Under Japanese he such action is taken when police feel there is sufficient ground to consider an Shirakawa said it will be up to the prosecutors to determine whether charges should be The who has headed the said he hopes to wind it up in three or four days and then can make a more de finite president of the Jones company of New was the son of the late onetime great Yale quar terback and Yale football coach from 1920 to He came here May 5 to buy an oil accompanied by his Joseph and their Freder ick a Maryland His bruised body was found about 5 May 8 in a threeroom Imperial Hotel suite he shared wjth Crowley and who had been out that autopsy said death was caused bv jpternal cerebral hem orrhage jjpused by contusions on his left He also had police saidv They haveTTeth ques certain Ipnguage in our impair efficient ad Point In Question One of the points in committee members involves a provision continuing to give Congress final without possibility of a presidential in controversial changes in func tions of any The other is Planned Despite Orders Many Rightists Held Bombs Uncovered PARIS W Charles De Gaulles top legislative lieutenant slipped into the Gaullist strong hold of Algeria today as Premier Pierre Pflimlin struggled against rightists at The arrival of Jacques Sous who had been held incom municado in Paris after trying to fly to Algeria earlier this was announced by radio His arrival was expected to put new pressure on Pflimlin to reach a settlement with De Gaulles sup De Gaulle himself announced he will come to Paris Monday from his country home and hold a news He is expected to clarify his statement of Thursday offering to assume full power in an offer that deepened the grave political Sends Envoy Embattled Premier Facing the grim prospect of riot ing by rightists sent a special envoy to De Gaulles home village of Colombey Les Deux 150 miles from The Marcel talked with De Gaulles military aide but did not see the general Pflimlin was seeking clarification of De Gaulles role in the crisis prior to Mondays news French air force Mystere jet planes repeatedly flew low over the village as Diebold talked with the aide for an The 19 Social Republican dep uties in the National Assembly is sued a statement denying De Gaulle would take any step that might plunge France into sue is language specifying that the They said Republican legality secretary of defenses authority can never be put in peril by the over the services shall be exerone reestablished it jcised through their own secretain Generals Held Pflimlin lost no time in exer ising the emergency powers ranted him for three months by Republicans joined Democrats on the committee in unanimously approving the which now goes to the House for perhaps within two FARMERS USE MORE POWER WASHINGTON UP The aver age electrified farm has stepped up its use of power by 142 per cent in the past 10 Reporting the results of a sur vey the Agriculture De partments Marketing Service said the average farm user con sumed 414 kilowatt hours of elec tricity monthly in 1957 compared with 171 hours in The service said increase appli cation of electricity to farm and home tasks accounted for the in While the farmers use of elec tricity went up 142 per cent in the 10year his average month ly bill went up only 91 per The average cost per kilowatt hour declined 21 per cent from cents to The reduction per kilowatt hour was attributed primarily to the stepdown rate structure which generally provides for declines in rates as more power is NEW TYPE PLANE GOES ON DISPLAY POET TO RETURN TO ITALY SOON Italy W Ameri can poet Ezra Pound plans to re turn to Italy in July to live with his daughter and grandchildren in a centuryold his daughter Mary The 72yearold poet was grant ed an Italian entry visa last week and has booked passage on the Italian liner Cristoforo Mary said Friday Pound was released recently from a Washington mental hospital after the government dropped treason charges against him for broadcasts he made from Italy durinE World War tioning Crowjey and Hlsskiger FOREIGN AH WASHINGTON AlexanderSmith Ohio radical ly new type of carrierbased bomb er that borrows its navigation sys tem from an intercontinental range missile went on display here Powered by the same jet engines that drive the Air Forces fastest the stilettolike A3J attack weapon system is the Navys first supersonic There was no hint at its cere monial rollout from a North Amer day a bipartisan effort be lean hangar Friday made in the Senate to restore thc sPeed U will attain i when it starts flying next August million dollars cut by the House A safe guegs was above If000 from President Eisenhowers forjmiies an eign aid rf Arleigh chief of Smith told reporterhe christened the tu The It carries a will be made when the Senate Foreign Relations Committee meets Tuesday to start drafting a bill to authorize spending for eco nomic and military assistance to friendly nations in the fiscal year starting July The House voted a total of in new authoriza coupled with 644 millions in authorizations carried over from previous Opponents will concentrate most of their efforts on cutting the ap propriations bill that will provide the actual money for the aid pro pilot and BANDITS DEMAND WIND UP WITH SHOELACES W Two rifle toting banditSj must be fit to be They appeared in the rura general store chiefs across brandishing a caliber rifle They demanded she put money in a paper Truemai reached under the counter anc stuffed the bag The bandits fled with their or fou dozen shoe of Gladys wearing handker their faces and an overwhelming vote in Parlia ment Friday Special agents were arresting rightists in Paris and throughout Two Air Torce generals were reported among those Ignoring this show of he National of War Vet Tans called for demonstrations onight and Sunday at the tomb of the unknown soldier at the Arc de If the demonstration is held in defiance of a ban on all public gatherings it will bring a headon clash with the police and security troops who have turned Paris into an armed Rally Called The association called on all hose who served with the Free Trench forces of De Gaulle in World War II to rally at the Motorists driving into Paris Turn to Pnjrc Please AIR MAILSERVICE 40 YEARS OLD NEW YORK WHistory prati caly repeated itself Friday as an air mail cargo arrived here from Washington hours as t did in The idea of the which started was to cele brate the 40th anniversary of the first air mail On May a Jenny bi planes propeller snapped over It landed without Further mishap but the mail had to be flown into New York a day On this May one of the original air mail Leon Windy took off from Washington in an open cockpit replica of the old He set the craft down in as planned this but then his schedule went The Jennys radiator seams had They couldnt fix up the ancient so Smith and his mail transferred Friday to a modern twinengine Cessna and flew on to land without mishap at La guard a Inside JournalNews Among Sick Editorials 4 Amusements 10 Horoscope 13 Births 161 Markets 16 Churches 67 Oxford U Classified 1415 RadioTV 13 Comics When 13 Crossword 5 Society 11 Deaths 16 j Sports 12   

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