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   Mansfield News Journal (Newspaper) - October 1, 1956, Mansfield, Ohio                               Weather Fair today, mostly fair, warmer Tuesday. Low tonight 44. MANSFIELD NEWS-JOURNAL Final Edition VOL. 172, NO. 209 PHONE 7231-6 MANSFIELD, OHIO, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1956 International News Servleo United Press SEVEN CENTS Greet President In Cleveland Ike Dems PRESIDENT IN OHIO President and Mrs. Eisen- hower were welcomed to Cleveland this morning by Senator George Bender, left, and Senator John W. Bricker. The President spoke in Cleveland shortly after- noon today and left for Lexington. Ky., to deliver a tele- vision address tonight. (Unifax Photo.) CLEVELAND (INS) President Eisen- his attack of the campaign, ac- the Democrats today of spreading "wicked Wail ted Transfer nonsense" and "political bunk." j Refuting the charge that his administration is for Police Chief Paul J. Martini big business and against the little man, the Chief today denied charges of "un- Executive declared the small businessman and the Xfjfair and unjust average taxpayer are getting a .better deal today than Visiting In Newark Senator Accepts! OOP Invitation Senator George H. Bender! wifl be among the speakers! at the Richland County Youngj Republican Club's Kick-Offj Dinner, Tuesday night in Union Hall, it was announced) 15 Nations OK Users' Group w h i c h former patrolman I Lewis F. Riggs said prompted his resignation from the po- jlice department Saturday. Commenting on the charges, Chief Martin said: "I am opposed to public air- iing of Police Department thev ever got from the Democrats. o asserted in a speech] prepared for delivery in] Cleveland's Public Square be-' fore flying to Lexington, for a major television ad- dress at a Americans GOP i T have grievances, but I feel that a ]b wav forward. I public statement is necessary) rally that come in the last "ijob." mice Marie Malone, 16. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,u arc! S. Malone, 596 Brace Ave.. died in Newarklexistence' at the" online SPS- it TT _. _ 1 _c i this mornino by the senator's! Cu-v Hospital early Sunday, a. few minutes alter shejsion of the 18-nation ambas-! DEMANDED MOVE campaign chairman. j was admitted from an accident which seriously injured isadbrs' conference. j p. 'John Franklin DeBevoise. 20, of 607 Brafce Ave. i L Rlggf f I W o i i rv f M nrf i rl n f I A r r-x T i 1 1 A 14-1 n.-t-i T j j_ Mr" Eisenhower ripped into acid te 'story __jithe Democrats in acid terms 3.11G ii r 1 of! All Republican both state and local, had been invited to the meeting. Sen. Bendei" is opposing Gov. Frank J. Lausche for the sen- ate seat. Senator Bender will share the speaker's rostrum with Congressman Pat H. Hillings of California, former cam- paign manager for Vice LONDON (INS) A tipn Suez Canal Users' person- ciation SOU A was set up in the and., London today are doing a magnificent! 5PfeadmS 1 bCUA was declared to be igloom across the land and. __ crying that "the country is! Department of High- going to pot and only wil1 bids Tuesday cowa Jin Columbus for construction iof the second phase of the! Ace, Pilot, One Other Survive LONDON (INS) The larg- est delta-wing aircraft in the world, Britain's "Vulcan" jet bomber, crashed and explod- ed at London airport today as it returned from a overseas proving flight. Britain's ace bomber chief, Sir Harry Broadhurst, was ione of two men who miracu- ilcusly survived the crash of the giant four-engined Vulcan I in near zero conditions. Broadhurst and the pilot, Squadron Leader Donald R. Howard, escaped at low level by means of their ejector i seats as the bomber plunged to the ground and exploded. can save it. xper i DeBevoise, driver car, was reported in of thej critical! FAVOR CONTROL which followed an J delivered to ?nfinal he INJURES FOOT Broadhurst who is Corn- Chief thievery" in a transfer i inflation when they ran the- hs gnment as sec- government and said this ond-shiftdesk sergeant to traf-l "one Programmed at a cost of had Hirsch Disagrees With Firm's Figures! question him on the cause of! ItheV membership. T h e Scandinavian ambas- ultimatum" hei He accused them of g_ Route 3Q Mansfield by.jmander-In-Chief of the Royal Air Force bomber command, suffered an injured foot and shock and was hospitalized. Howard, unhurt, was re- with his wife at the lounge. bodies were recov- ered from the burned out the years ago. The Democrats, the junction i condition today at the Newark t, re c- num mo aaaitumiem.   and Pakistan. Represen- j itured iaw. Newark police saidi three i0K he'thoueht said, are trying w matvei" tries left the dporuopen fu-J u ZZr 8 at Beal RcL, nortljeast qfl p'rch T of 2.8 miles with U.S. Route elP President Richard M. :the acoident because Of hisisadors said parliaments in currently representing Cah-; Uuhty rate expert countries will have to forma- s 2oth D.stnct. vice'H. Hirsch. of (approve membership. but President Nixon s former dis- D. C.. testified todav in be-i ;rhpv fvnprfprf nn nrrThlpmc iNewark police said the ac-itne-v expectea no problems. :cident occurred about The new organization will 400 EXPECTED m. Sunday when as a kind of consulta-i car struck a parkeditive to and then crashed into martine arrange-i should Itirj ssid that timp VSP "saa city- "out To" "des- is member was still for. (Continued On Page 2) trict. today in ,haif of Mansfield against: the! JM a n sfield Telephone Co., !whose rate increase An estimatedv_400 Republi-'-affecting more than cans arc expected at the is expected to end-' ner which starts at p. before the Public Utili-i and others are exnected tojties Commission of Ohio. nn a a street Miss Malone's mother sheriff's deputies here r daughter and DeBevoise der m. Harold Gibson, presi-irate of return'for to Newark to visit onj uled to start shortly before Sjmission his findings of a fair p. m. Harold Gibson, presi-ira'te of return'for telephone, dent of the Young Republican'company stockholders did not Club, said guests may with those of J. Rhoads Miss Malone was one of 11 the anytime after Foster, utility consultant re-iaccident victims m Ohio over at a cost: of per per-jtained by the telephone firm.itne weekend, seven or son. The dinner charge is Testimony by Hirsch hasjwere kllled m traffic nv he said. inot reached the point others were hurt m Tr n ihe i1; readv to statp his nnin- field and the area. William H. Bur will serve. itdu> LU btdit; nib upm as toastmaster for the of a lair rate of return- ner, and Prosecuting Attor-j MAXWELL TESTIFIES ney Theodore Lutz will in-i troduce all local Republican! pirst to today was to USPe settlement. frnffir LlcliriC UH- control break bieak I 111 K ll" W clo i organized labor and tne nrsi Pnase ot tlie The Vulcan, returning from hunger and torment on a section Zealand, itrom U.S. Route 30-S., west! every worker in America." WICKED NONSENSE He asserted: jof Beer Rd., to Stocking Ave., east of Bowman St. An offi- appeared over the airport in a heavy rain and in twilight A small explo- sion was heard and puffs of visibility. cial of the J. A. Jones Con- than political Co., the firm build- were" seen." It is willful theutirst on, stated the The bomber then swerved, jit is wicked nonsense. Ph.ase Wl11 be nose pointed downward, Man Flee? Supermarket A man who i they know it." I Aides had reported in the spring of 1957. Mr. Oi s DV r and P supermarket on Bow- Eisenhower smouldering over UA third phase of the bypass, what he considered from Route to attacks on his to .and d! [Route 30, has been tentatively! und from a hundred feet up plunged into the ground. t the a council simple all 15 for man SL sturdav ni ht and candidates. ;R. J. Maxwell, secretary .She was born May 28, 1940i in McArthur, O., and came toj Mansfield 10 years ago. Be-i sides her parents, she is sur-j .vill be council. "Iburglars who damaged Midway Drive In buildings and s a by Adlai E. Stevenson in re- cent days. i The President t o d a yjj scheduled for bidding on Dec. thej sounded like the angry he second phase will m- fn theater iwhistle-stopDer of 1952 as he clude three miies of concrete f e, were fired back at this Democratic on access street vived bv four brothers, Rob- treasurer of the telephone! ert, with the U. S. Army sta j company. He was called byitioned in Japan; Howard Jr.. At 57 sought by police and sheriff's j deputies today. Police said the 'Goldie Cline, 11 Ave., told them -sh< Reported iCity Solicitor Robert E. Ma- j bee, who asked if the firm had used the same depreciation (Continued On Page 2) Frost was reported in some sections of the Mansfield area 12 Hours Of Elvis CHICAGO (UP) A Chi- cago radio station today station west of the city. There was onlv a touch of I !records. Station officials said jit was the climax of a 10-day Charles arid home; four James, sisters, all M WASHINGTON (UP) opponent, while sticking to his roads- rarnPs :ntffil custom of naming no names, changes in addition to the 2.8 The Chief ot lanen pavement.) added a cal1 for 0! was through the construction on Olives- rying cash' from her check-j North west to his Rd" 2'300 feet on U- _ out counter to the supermar- campaign schedule before de-lRoute 4- feet OJ1 North Since World War James Clevenger of Mansfield and Misses Lola, Eveylyn and Windolla, at her grand- mother, Mrs. Prank Pearce of Dundas.. O. Funeral services will be held at 1 p. m. Wednesday atl Walter Kario 57-year old veTIkst office when a -man camejparting "for Cleveland by St- and i-150 feet rs: eran newsnlnerman. nhvfilicf j behind her and put his! cial train Sunday night. _, .______ eran newspaperman, and artist, cancer at died Sunday Bethesda up behind her and Qflarrns around her in Naval "bean iWard Rd. (Continued On Page 2) Hospital after an illness of several aionths. Karig had been book editor! COMES TO RESCUE She said the man said: of the Washington Post jt to and that shei Times Herald since Septem-lscreamed, attracting the at-{ at the. Franklin Methodist ber, 1954. He w.as the authorItention of another employe.! Church Township by Rev. Miles Brown, pastor. Burial will be in Franklin (Continued On Page 2) row. Joins Surgeon General Staff frost, howeverin Mansfield. jjetter-writing contest onlCemeterv. Arrangements are Northern Ohio got the bruntpiwh Elvis should come toiin charge of the Wappner Fu- of the cool snap with reporting a low of 35 Cleveland 41. Cincinnati had a 49 reading. It was an ideal fall day in the "Mansfield area with the mercury reaching a high of 67 yesterday. Fair and cool weather is forecast for tonight with a warming trend due tomor- of more than 20 children's Johnson, 17, of 5 Westj venture stories, four novels j Second St., who pushed the; WASHINGTON (UP) Adlai E. Stevenson today and numerous magazine ar-jnian to the floor. As the mani announced a four-day campaign trip starting Oct. 9 tides as well as a history of i (Continued On Page 2) ijnio Montana. Washington. Oregon and ;l.Iiac naval operations in World! new Klan will stay within Hooded Group Attacks Integration By United Press The Ku KluX Klan, in the biggest cross burning rally II; and a Citizens Council have (launched recruiting drives jwith fiery attacks on racial integration. Robed Klansmen rallied Saturday night around three jblazing crosses at Stone Irvtountain, old time Klan Irtieeting spot near Atlanta. Imperial Wizard E. L. Ed- of Atlanta told an esti- Klansmen -that II. Porterfield Resigns Doenitz Out Of Spandau Prison COLUMBUS, 0. (UP) January probably would The weather bureau's five-jjohn D Porterfieldj director have replaced him. day forecast calls for temper- cf th s M n Hygiene tn avprflfTp npar nnr- _ atures to average near nor mal throughout There will be the period, no major changes in temperatures until turning cooler around Satur- day. Precipitation will average one tenth to a half inch as as scattered showers around Saturday. of the Maryland Man Heads Amvets INDIANAPOLIS (INS) Chester F. Naumowicz, Silver Spring, Md., is new national head of "American Legion's Forty and Eight organization He was elected Chef de Chemin de ,Fer at the organ- ization's final gay national convention session in Indiana- polis Sunday, succeeding Wil- -liana A. Schlup, of Chicago. and Correction Department resigned from the year post today, of four assistant surgeons gen- eral with the U. S. Public erals with the U.S. Public Health Service in Washington beginning Oct. 12. Gov. Frank J. Lausche, who accepted the resignation, said he would appoint assist- ant director Dr. C. Earl Al- brecht to take over as "act- ing director." Albrecht joined the department last. February. NOT UNEXPECTED Porterfield's. resignat i o n was not unexpected. The 44- year-old mental health direc- tor has been the storm cen- ter of charges that Ohio's mental health building pro- gram has bogged down. It was also generally under- stood thafcta new governor Porterfield has been head of the mental hygiene and Daily Chuckle "I'm frightfully upset about my a worn- told her psychiatrist. "He time blows smoke through his i nose." the post was created July 11, BERLIN (UP) Grand Adm. Karl 65. Hitler's successor as fueh- rer, was released from Span- dau Prison today and imme- f.'ornia. j Announcement of the Dem- jocratic presidential candi- j date's new trip came short- jly afier President Eisenhow-i jer disclosed he was stepping his campaign schedule. Nazi The President also has added trip to the Northwest to his 1954. He. had previously] diately went underground with served with the Public Health Service for 11 years before coming to Ohio, health director. Albrecht, his made Alaska his home for 21 post of assistant director. He was the territory's first full- itinerary this month, with visits two states where Ste- venson will appear Wash- the help of West German po-ijnpton and Oregon. lice who clubbed newsmen! health commissioner. "Why, it's nothing out of the ordinary for a man to blow smoke through his nose! "But, the woman screamed, 'my doesn't husband index Classified 16-18 Comics Deaths Editorials Hospitals Markets 19 3 4 11 Movies Society Sports 16 6- 7 14-15 TV, Radio 12 Weather Winchell Packing Plant Each To Work CHICAGO (UP) Swift and Co. today readied its plants to receive livestock for the first time since members of two unions walked out on strike Sept. 20. The strike ended Sunday. Both sides agreed to a con- tract which contains wage in- creases totaling 25 cents but omits mention of a union shop, one of the hig issues in 11 dispute. as state and photographers. Police, in a rare display of brutality, lashed out at news- men, with their clubs and smashed the cameras of pho- tographers assigned to cover the release of the man who had just served a 10-year sen- for war crimes. The Western Allies feared the release of man who served as fuehrer for eight days in the dying hours of World War II might prompt a small scale Nazi revival. They reasoned the less said about Doenitz the better and they resolved to crush press coverage of the release. The police blocked roads to. prevent newsmen from fol- lowing Doenitz when he left the prison with his wife in a luxurious limousine. w Stevenson will start, his Western tour only two days after winding up a six-day swing starting Tuesday through New Jersey, Pennsyl- vania, New York City and New England. MEETS STRATEGISTS The tour will include speeches at Grsat Falls. Mont.; Boise, Ida., and Seat- tle, Wash., Oct. 9; one at Portland, Ore., Oct. 10; at Oakland, Calif., and a national television ad- dress in the San Francisco area Oct. 11, and speeches Oct. 12 at Fresno, Long Beach and San Diego, Calif, Today, Stevenson worked in Washington, conferring with top Democratic strategists, including his campaign man- ager, James A. Firinegan, WASH INGTON (UP) Leaders in the fight against; polio today strongly 'laws that are just." 500 PERSONS A crowd of 500 persons turned out Sunday near Knox- j viile, Tenn., to hear John Kas- jper of Washington, D. 'mand that Tennessee "re- representative govern- Salk shots for because the increasing sharply in recent j urged young adults has on Kasper, 28, under indict- charge of foment- years. Jat nearby Clinton, endorsed They also said states' rights movement J "good. for older men insurance and women has put up T. Coleman Andrews as its presidential iui uiuei men ctiiu wumeiii since polio is no respecter Ofjcancliaate age even though it strikes! Both rallies combined re- hardest among children. NEED SHOTS Officials of the Public Health Service and National Foundation for Infantile Pa- ralysis made the statements in an attempt to dispel a "widespread misconception" that adults are somehow im- mune to polio and don't need Salk shots. The question of injections for adults has gone to the fore with the recent upsurge in vaccine production. In 24 states and probably in oth- ers which haven't reported to Washington priorities air have been eased to permit adult inoculations. jcruiting drives with oratori- cal attacks on racial inte- gration. Kasper, head of a citizens council at Washing- ton, signed up several mem- bers at per person. Ed- yards' fellow Klansmer were signing up new Klan mem- bers at the Atlanta rally. Navy Misses Marilyh ARBROATH, Scotland (UP) The Royal Navy petty offi- cers mess was minus its prized decoration today a 12-f.oot nude portrait.of tfess Marilyn Monroe. Petty Officer Albert Potts lintine was remove jfcar IKWSPAPFRI   

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