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   Evening Independent (Newspaper) - September 29, 1962, Massillon, Ohio                                A Bit Warmer Little temperature change tonight A little warmer Sun day 100th 75 THE EVENING INDEPENDENT Established 1863 Associated Press and Central Press Netvs and Massillon Ohio Saturday September 29 1962 Todays Chuckle strange disease thn Sivk ex cept the one who has it 18 Pages 7 Cents a Copy 42 Cents a Week Charge U S Sailor Gave Secrets To Reds By The Associated Press NEW YORK The FBI arrested an American sailor Friday night on charges of passing navy secrets to officials of the Rus sian delegation to the United Nations The sailor seized in his car outside a diner on the Boston Post Road Larchmont X was sitting with a Soviet U N delegation member A second Russian was inside the diner at the time the FBI said FBI Director J Edgar Hoover identified the American as Yeoman 1st Class Nelson Cor nelius Drummond 33yearold Negro assigned to the U S Navy base at Newport Drum mond is a native of Baltimore Md Drummond in handcuffs and the two Russians were taken to FBI headquarters in Manhattan earlv today Arraigned later be fore U S Commissioner Earle N Bishopp Drummond was held on bail and to the federal house of detention The Russians were released by the FBI under their diplomatic immunity after they had been identified at FBI offices by three other Soviet diplomats The FBI said the two Russians had not been questioned Drummonds arrest came less than two weeks after the FBI disclosed that a young Queens lawyer Richard Flink had been play ing an undercover role for more than three years by feeding information to two Soviet employes of the United Nations secretariat Flink had cooperated with the FBI since the two Soviets had first approached him They left the United States this summer and were subsequently expelled from U N service Hoover said Drummond a 16year navy veteran had been under close observation since his naval service in London England in 1958 In 1959 he was reassigned to the United States Drummond rhe FBI chief said is speci fically charged with traveling to New York on Aug 13 and Sept 7 After the trips 11 classified documents and a miniature camera were found secreted in the trunk of Drum monds car Hoover said FBI agenj said the camera was bought by a Soviet U N employe in New York last February THE FBI SAID Drummond was closely followed to a diner in suburban Westchester See CHARGE Page 18 13 Persons Die In Two Headon Traffic Crashes CHVRGED WITH PASSING SECUETS TO Yeoman first class Cornelius Drummoncl 33 iis between police officers in car taking him to federal courthouse in New York early today tor arraignment on charges of passing navy secrets to officials of the Russian delegation to the Lmtcd Nations Drummond a native of Baltimore was arrested by the IB1 last night at a dinner m Larehmonl N Y i AP NORTH CANTON MAN MET DEATH IN THIS AUTOMOBILE EARLY TODAY N Canton Man Starts 44th 1962 Crash Victim Stark county achieved the dub ious distinction of being four death ahead of its 1961 traffic loll rate early today when a North Canton man perished in a crash northeast of Massillon Dead is Fred L VYible 53 of S735 Linda are North Can ton whose body arrived at jhe Cliiiia Sacks Bosses New Purge Seen TOKYO Signs of a new purge in Red China appeared to day in the firing of two old cronies of party boss Mao Tze taing from the Communist Cen tral Convmitee secretariat The committee announced Fri day the dismissal of Gen Huang KoCheug a vice minister of na tional defense and former army chief of staff and Gen Tan Cheng chief of the armys politi cal department BOTH MEN are from Hunan Province where Mao was born are party and rank high in the councils of the party and forces The central committee which directs the 17million member party also issued a reminder of the purges of 1959 called for a struggle within the dogmatism and strengthened the watchdog group that ferrets out See Page 18 Massillon city hospital at Funeral for the victim a drafts a rn man a the Bonnot Co in Can t ton will be held Tuesday at THE STARK COUNTY corna m in St Pauls Catholic church ners office in ruling the death in North Canton and interment the countys 1962 traffic will be made in Calvary ceme fatality said Wible died instantly ten in Perry Heights of a fractured skull and neck and State highway patrolmen said other injuries the Wible auto moving cast on FIRE KILLS SIX CHILDREN Boy Attempts Rescue Dies With Five Others WEST HARRISON Ind AP The six children of Mr and Mrs Walter Colvin died in a fire early today in this OhioIndiana border town The eldest child gave up a chance to escape in a futile allempt to save the others Coroner Austin Moon said they died of suffocation but also were burned All were in upstairs The eldest son Barry 15 di covered the fire and called mother Mrs Mina Colvm 3d who wa icepiiig downstairs They went back upstairs and failed in an attempt to put out the fire PHOENIX Ariz Barry Goldwater RAriz injured THE MOTHER RAN to a in a fall in his Washington apart neighbors home to call for help ment has cancelled all weekend stayed Firemen found speaking engagements on the ad his bodybeside a window which vice of his physician he apparently had been trying to Goldwater told newsmen Fri open day night that he strained some The bodies of his three brothchest muscles Wednesday when ers and two sisters were found he lost his balance while replac in aivd near their beds They were jng burned out light bulbs Karon 14 Terry 13 Robert 11 Although the pain has less Sheryl 8 and Walter 6 said his doctor The father a truck driver was suggested that he rest this week en route to a cannery at Scottsend Tumble Cancels Golclwaler Dales Route 087 failed to stop for the stop sign at Route 241 and struck a southbound semitruck Driver of the truck James Fox 31 of Akron did not receive medical treatment by his own re quest See N 18 Vessel Burns At N Y Pier 29 Are Hurt NEW YORK UP Flames severely damaged an Argentine cargopassenger ship berthed at a pier here and at one point the 549foot vessel threatened to sink before the blaze was put out early today by more than 200 firemen During the more than fourhour battle to save the Rio Jaehal 29 firemen were injured or sickened by dense smoke Seventeen of them were hospi talized none in serious condi tion along with one crew mem ber also overcome by smoke ONLY 10 TO 15 of the 70 pas sengers booked for sailing Sun day were aboard when the fire broke out Friday night and all escaped without injury Among See VESSEL Page 18 Tenor saxophone year old Must sacrifice TE 38989 after 5 p m Four Nuns Killed In Michigan Six Of Kentucky Family Lose Lives By The Associated Press Thirteen persons were kill ed Friday night in two head on traffic crashes one near Mesick Mich and the other on heavily traveled U S 25 near Richmond Ky Four Roman Catholic other persons died in Hie Michigan crash Three oilier nuns were injured critically SIX OF THE seven victims in the Kentucky accident were members of a Floyd county Ky family A girl about 11 was the only survivor In he Kentucky crash termed one ol the states worsi accidents in recent years state police said a northbound car carrying sewn persons apparently crossed the center line of the twolane high way near Richmond and crashed into a soulhhounrt far driven by Arthur Dillard Shepherd 29 of Florence Ky Police said the other victims were Jacob and Bonnie Shepherd 27 of David and their sons Darrell 6 and Douglas 4 Darb Shepherd 53 a miner and his wife Airgie 52 Darb and Jacob Shepherd were related distantly The injured girl was Betty Ann Shepherd daughter of Darb and Virgie Shepherd Her condition was fair The two families were en route to Dayton Ohio to visit relatives Arthur Shepherd and the other families apparently were not re lated TROOPER Russell Luck said both cars apparently were travel See FOUR Page 18 IVAN Y YYKODOY Russian U EVGEM M PROKHOROV N aides named in spy case AP FACED LOSS OF HOUSE SEAT Rep Granahan Named Treasurer Of Fear Race Violence In Two Cities Battleground Shifts To Memphis Orleans By The Associated Press OXFORD Miss The University of Mississippi made a battleground by the racial lugofwar between state and federal ments turned to a lazy ball weekend today its barricades and its helmei ed citizen guards i Impending trouble perhaps violence over enrollment of James H Meredith a Negro in the allwhite university loomed Ships Collide In Pacific Fog SAN FRANCISCO AP American supertanker Titan col lided with the Colombian motor vessel Rio Magdalena in heavy fog 20 miles south of San Fran cisco bay early today More than two hours after the first distress signal was received from the 735foot tanker its cap tain reported hi radar showed the 338foot Colombian vessel proceeding slowly toward San Francisco The Titan skipper said his 432ton ship still was stopped in PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvanias Democratic brass three term U S Rep F Granahan as the one who had to go of reap portionment she was shocked and But today after her appoint ment by President Kennedy to he treasurer of the United Mr dranahan had only thank1 and gratitude s THE A P P 0 1 N T M E N T an nounced Friday goes to the sen ate today Im deeply proud of the con fidence our president has shown in me and I only hope Ill he able to live up to that confi she said Friday after ar riving home from the capital Mrs Granahan prominently mentioned for the job for several months succeeds Mrs Elizabeth Smith Gatov who resigned last spring to help Cali fornias Gov Edmund G Brown campaign for reelection Aboard a train when the presi dent announced her appointment Mrs Granahan was unaware of it until she arrived home But she didnt waste any time setting into the swing of things She said she was dashing for a REP KATHRYN E GRANAHAN Tin See GRANAHAN Page 18 To Quil CINCINNATI AP Frank Robinson the Cincinnati Reds riaht fielder said today he plans to retire at the end of this season CIDER Bt 21 south from Navarre turn west at sign SMITH Ad k ft freshly made I APPtBS APPLES for eating or cooking PEACHES PEACHES for eating or table use Home grown potatoes honey home made apple butter Soles room open daily 10 a m to 7 p m Sun 1 to 6 p m SUNNYSLOPE ORCHARD 7 mi out Tremont SW on H 245 Sw 18 OPEN SUNDAYS Chicken Dinners and Steak Oriole Home 302 3rd si Ad AMERICAN ALBANIAN CLUB Receptions parties meetings We cater for any occasion Dial TE 24767 TE 33288 TE 20662 PUBLIC EUCHRE PARTY Saturday September 29 8 p m at Sons of Herman Prizes Donation 50c Prizes Ad ORPHANS FOODS NO 2 NOW OPEN AT 1014 AMHKRST RD NE Featuring imported olives and Feta cheese Hot Vienna Bread Fresh Meats Sunday Newspapers OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 10 A M TO P HACIENDA Entertainment lay Colucy and his Star Dusters Playing tonight Sat and Sun Junction S3 and 30 Lincoln Way SPECIAL Choice Fillet broiled to perfec tion Choice of potatoes salad roll and butter beverage Only SI 75 BKAJiS PINK 1959 VOLVO P544 4 speed trans TE Wed like to list a home in NW section that has extra spve for small business Glitz Realty TK 21509 After hours call TE 33529 Notice of special meeting Mas sillon Steel Casting Local No 2365 Ratification of agreement Sept 30 1 p m 413 Lincoln Wa E Joseph Colucy no immediate word on injuries or damage nor was it known wha cargoes if any the vessel carried BANK CO every personal need at bank rates OPEN SUNDAYS Chicken Dinners and Steak Oriole Home 302 3rd si NW HKAR DR FRED SCHWARZ Foremost authority on Commu nism Sept 29 8 p m WHS auditorium TELEVISION Philoo G Always 251 to 30 different models on Come in and see the new 1963 models COMMUNITY STORE TE 21543 AxL TEEN DANCE Tonight Evening Optimist Twilight Room Notice of special meeting Mas sillon Steel Casting Local No 2365 Ratification of agreement Sunday Sept 30 1 p m 413 Lincoln E Joseph Colucy Pres Sunday For Sabin Type II Preparations have been com pleted for Sundays mop up ses sion for the distribution of Type fl Sabin oral polio vaccine ac cording to officials of the Massil lon board of health Residents of Massillon and west ern Stark county will have their last chance Sunday to receive Type II vaccine at Lincoln school from 1 to 5 p m IN ORDER TO expedite I he program officials have requested those going to the station to See SUNDAY Page 18 Dance Fri and 9 oclock Sat night by Webb and the Kmgsmen TODAYS SCHEDULED action comes in New Orleans where Lt iov Paul B Johnson of Missis sippi has been ordered by the fifth U S Circuit Court of Ap peals to appear and show why he should not be held in contempt for blocking Merediths third try at registration The lieutenant governor has not said if he will honor the sum mons Mississippi Gov Ross Barnett a similar summons Fri day The eightjudge court found him guilty of civil contempt and demanded he purge himself by 11 a m Tuesday If he doesnt the governor battering ram of the states head on thrust against integration faces a daily fine and ar rest He would be held in custody of the U S attorney general Still shadow of trouble for the defiant Mississippians at Memphis 87 high way miles to the northwest There the federal government massed U S marshals and other federal peace officers Giving them a housekeeping hand was a detach ment of 110 Army engineers THEY BIVOUACKED at Mil See 18 Parents ft 1 1 T Reunrf AMERICAN LEGION NOW AIR CONDITIONED Chicken dinmr adults children 75c All the chicken you tail eat Upon to the public FISH FRY AND DANCE Saturday Sept 29 8 p m ANGIK CHATTERKLLl ORCH Refreshments Public invited for restocking lake North Lawrence Fish and Game Club OPEN SUNDAYS Spaghetti and meat halls 93c Large rib steak dinners Chicken dinners ALS TAVERN 1911 Eric avt NW Dwl TE 2010 Red and yellow delicious ap pies 4114 Bailey st NE Perry Heights Dial GR Two Select Lots in Devan De velopment Owner unable to use Real bargain Dial TE 38548 P J BORDNER AND CO All stores Open til 9 Ice Cream gal 5fle Our Potato Chips Ih 59c Tomato Pillsbury Ohio Potatoes10 35c Sml Swett Pickles 39c Campbells New Red Kettle Souf Mixes are in now And BUOJ   

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