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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1954, Zanesville, Ohio                               More Readers In Zanesville Than Any Other Newspaper Phone 2-4561 THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Press NEA 9 if IP Wire 90TH 196 JANUARY FIVE CENTS Cloudy tonight 'with occasional rwrtheast and J went and south portion. Lew tonight 15-20. cloudy and rather Yesterday's High Low a.m......25' p.m. Today ...........30 Snowy Roads Play Hob With Traffic Here New York Woman Killed in Crash Near Fultonham Slippery caused by yesterday's four-inch resulted in a series of traffic one of which was fatal to a 20-year- old New York City woman. Mrs. Golda Lyons was killed and her Second Lt. Allan S. and a hitch-hiking Ayshard of were injured when their automobile and a large truck collided on U. S. Route a half mile west of Fultonham. Zanesville police investigated nine caused by slippery but added that damage was slight and no injuries resulted. Cambridge post of the highway patrol reported six accidents in which four persons were slightly hurt and .the sheriff's office inves- tigated a crash involving an auto- mobile and a school bus near Bridgeville in which two persons were slightly injured. No children were'aboard the bus at the time. a number of Muv klnffum county schools were closed today because of the dif- ficulty buses had in traveling rural roads. They were Parkin- Rich Hill and Fultonham Krade schools Kosevllle high and grade schools. Mayor Sherman Johnson an- nounced that Forest avenue from Euclid-.avenue to Linden avenue would be blocked off for young- sters to sleigh ride. The sun broke through the clouds at noon melting some of the snow and ice off streets and high- but the skies remained-part- ly cloudy.vSnow flurries re- ported in scattered areas. m Snow started falling here at 8 o'clock .yesterday morning but stopped about -noon. It ngain late the- afternoon and continued most of the 'night. Oddly Dresden had only a slight fall during the which melted as rapidly as it but the area was blanketed by about two inches during the night Coshocton had no snow during the day but some two inches fell at night. Only light falls were reported to the west of Zanesville in the area between Hebron and Columbus and most of the precipitation south- west of Marietta was rain. Marian city street com- reported that four cin- der spreaders were in operation all night and that salt crews were also active at downtown street in- tersections. The state highway de- partment reported that main high- ways were fairly clear of snow by noon although they were coat- ed with slush in some spots. The mercury dipped to a chil- ly 25 decrees this morning at municipal airport and forecast- ers saiil tomorrow morning's temperature reading would be considerably lower. By early this afternoon the mer- cury stood at 30. Yesterday's snowfall caused the cancellation of a number of meet- ings including the mid-week serv- ices tonight at Central Presbyteri- an church and a session of the nominating committee for the Trace Area Boy Scout Coun- Thousand Times Sparky Doesn 't Want Old Christmas Trees Sparky Zane hotel of Christmas tree goes with the fiag. He's shown here tree In one and phone in the other. The customer in his shop is L. M. U'ohl- heter of 763 Leonard avenue. Death of Housewife Probed at Caldwell GOP Tug-of-War In Climax Tonight Kirke-Nethers Leadership Faces Test at Republican Club Meet The greatest tug-of-war for power in the history of the Republican party in Muskingum county is scheduled to reach a cjimax .tonight when the Republican Club holds what is described as a at the Court House. i A badly-split political -organiza- stinging from its recent ono- sided defeat in the Zanesville mayoralty has been caught in the throes of a revolt against the leadership of Fred J. Nethcrs and Paul L Kirke. Tonight will tell the of whether the county ex- I IvJlVJI IJ I Ul IJ Sparky Roberts wants it known he isn't buying old Christmas trees. In mention of a Christmas tree makes him shudder. who runs a barber shop Zane has noth- ing against the spirit of Christ- mas but he's dead set against practical jokers. Through no enterprise of his Sparky found himself in- volved yesterday in the most vexing business of his career. One of his thought up the idea of installing Sparky the buyer of.cast-off Yule'greenery. So this joker sorted an ad in the newspapers. It read like Buy Old Christmas Trees. Phone Roberts himself wasn't in on the but this was the phone number of his shop. The tonsorial business took a frightful bearing all day yester- day as Roberts spent the day answering phone calls. Some of the callers wanted to know if he would come for them or if they should be delivered if so. where. A curious about the called the and got a quick answer. we buy used Roberts said. any old fire- crackers left over r jthe Fourth of He added that he might be in- terested in the.'-'purchase of a- 'tree' you include orna- ments and publican will be able ucather the storm. to t MOllinqSWOITh Won t Hold Two Positions Donald J. Kirke's resignation will be de- newly appointed city solicitor it was and a simi- Of resigned today lar suggestion has been made withjas chairman of the Musking- regard to but the term expires in May Friends of Kirkc and N 1 He Democratic ex- said he did not believe it charged today that the furoro been stirred up by members of while serving in an appointive mu- the old Black which wasjnicipal capacity. absorbed into the Club several1 Hollingsworth took office Jan. 1 years ago Held in Money Theft James Uufus and his sit In automobile as they are taken from the U. S. Treasury Department for arraignment before federal commissioner. They were arrested In connection with the theft of from the Bureau of Engraving. Landis works in the wrapping section of the bureau. WASHINGTON Scrv-1 and a soft-spoken little flagpole ice agents hunted today for on a tip still missing in the bold New all-night soul the y E h f f f in ii iCill UltlL UL OIW.WU IHJHI the stalled inter- and Johnson. Turn to 9. Burke Takes Oath As Ohio Senator The U.S. Sen- ntc today enrolls Ohio's successor to Ihc iatc Sen. Democrat Thomas A. Burke of Cleveland. About 50 Ohio relatives and friends are coming to watch BurVr sworn in by Vice President Nix- on. shortly after The Senate opens Ms new session at noon. think at least 90 per cent of those Ohioans cominp arc Republi- Burke smiling. of them arc New Congress Session Opens WASHINGTON W-Congress con- vened today for a momentous ses- sion which will write the record the Eisenhower administration must lay before the people next fall in the mid-term election. Fresh from five months among the home the legislators as- sembled in an atmosphere charged with politics. There was a general sense that the accomplishments of the next French Premier Faces New Crisis PARIS Joseph La- iel faced the National Assembly tociay in an effort' to pull his crumbling majority together for a vote of support in advance of the Big Four foreign ministers meet- ing in Berlin. He was expected to win grudging for love of Laniel but to assure France of having a for- eign minister present when the talks open on San. 25. Even some of Lanicl's bitter enemies want France to speak up with some show of authority in Berlin. The test comes on a statement of general policy by Laniel stress- ing domestic followed by a demand that debate be cut off. Laniel planned to tell the special Assembly session that if he is de- feated or gets a weak majority on his demand to pigeonhole six months will go far toward detcr-jhe will'resign. By this device he mining whether President Eiscn- avoids a 24-hour postponement re- hower will have his own Republi- quired when a formal confidence esls party harmon-y. Several members of the dissent- ing group thatj this is not the case. Many long- father of the woman. Husband Held In Sheriffs Investigation Authorities Study 15-Year-Old Girl's Report of Murder to The Coun- ty Sheriff Donald Conaway today questioned a 47-year- old odd-jobs whose 46- year-old wife died last night- under mysterious circtim- stances. The sheriff reported today that the Clyde is being on an open charge. j'.'V. Conaway said one of the couple's five children phoned his shortly before 6 o'clckk last night Is threatening to kill iw and throw us- out of the she hours the sheriff he received another from the couple's' daughter. killed Kirl shouted. The sheriff said he went diatcly to the I As law advisor to the council and board of city solicitor is one of the most influential members of the Printing. They speculated The three are Negroes. s I were arrested one after the other the search might lead to a fourth arrest in a in a day that began with a 5 a.m phone call to Virginia state police case that was ycster- by Irving father of -Mrs ciny with the nabbing of n bureau Mamie and ended the standing. Republican Club government. fiers 'desire change of leader- ship.'they said. The president's message to Congress tomorrow will be car- ried at o'clock on both WHIZ-TV and WHIZ radio. The broadcast will be repeated on ra- dio at p.m. can Party or the Democrats in control in the last two years of this term. Tomorrow President Eisenhower KOCS before a joint session with the Slate of the outlining his program for the year. Republican congressional leaders vote is posed. Adjournments and explanations j by the deputies of their views on postponing debate were expected to put off the vote until late to- night. Normally the question of support for the Government would not The name of Venion county will ted as an opponent of Kirke If the refuses to it was understood totlny. the insurgents feared a parliamentary trick which 'may block a vote on the Club presi- dency. Kirkc has been president for a number of years and there has been no election at which members were given an opportun- ity to express their approval or dis- approval 'of his administration Kirke is county auditor. Confronted with the prospect of an unpleasant meeting. Kirke is said to have decided yesterday that he win not resign. His sup- porters expressed confidence that they can muster enough votes to re-elect him. His prospects for re-election were bolstered by the fact that the opposition is said to be split. the leading Republican Club salil to be dis- pleased with the present leader- ship arc. Sheriff David Holland M. Gary and Vincent Linn. Many arc said to be straddling the waiting to see which side appears to have the most before deciding how they will vote tonight. Whether the question of candi- dates for the election will The executive committee will meet soon to elect Hollingsworth's successor. the post will be filled by the vice Olin Frazier. Hollingsworth was elected chair- man of the Democratic commit- tee in 1938 and served until 1942 when he entered the army. Return ing from the war in 19-16. he was again elected and has held the post ever since. From to the chairman was Fred Bohn. his jauntily'dressed wife I Turn to Page 9.. 4 Men Accused In Reuther Attack DETROIT CSV-Charging four per- sons with assault with intent i kill and policy today cracked open the five-year-old at- tempted assassination of CIO Prcs- to the home of a neighbor telephoned the -J' The sheriff took at the latterV dy brought him to Noble-county here shortly before sheriff said Ball appeared to Ohio North-South Turnpike Lausche Says Moorehead and McClude Believed Ready To Permit Release of Funds for Survey Declaring lhat a turnpike from Cincinnati to Conneaut is Governor Lausche said he today that Zanesville's State Senator Tom V. Moorehead and Rep. J. Frank McCIure will the econom-jher face and body.'1 He'said the ic justification for the construction of that turnpike and body had bcen scnt to University will vote the money needed to make the preliminary Two newspapers The Colurn- bus Citizen nnd Cleveland body on a outside she failed to return Dr. X. S. Noblc county said his preliminary ex- animation of the victim showed number of bruises 4and marks'on ident Walter Prosecutor Reuther. Gerald K. O'Brien and Detroit police commissioner Donald Leonard announced the charges and the arrest of two of the four. am convinced the shooting of Walter Reuther in 19-18 has been O'Brien said. He said a similar attempt on the life of brother of in is still a Arrested Carl 35. a kev witness have described Moorehead and as bottleneck for having blocked release of the in survey funds. They are members of the State Controlling Board. Both have expressed the belief that release of the funds should come by vote of the but last week there was evidence that they will relent under certain conditions. Rep. McCIure said he would vote for release of the money if grant- ed assurance that Ashtabula. Lake and Geauga counties would re- ceive consideration in plans for the predicted he will emphasize that come up until after the installa- his administration is taking of President-elect Rene Coty initiative in far-flung activities forjJan. 16. Tradition requires the national securitv. disc the length and heat of the Committee h.ar- over the leadership. Ordinarily. Clarence Jacobs. 48. of Tccum- t. L lilL. W-i Ul 110.4 il J j Kirke said candidates would be a subject of discussion at this meeting. Filing deadline is Feb. 3.1 Ncthers has said that he will already for re-election ns slate central XnR scriience at the Terre committccman from the Fifteenth Tnri frfwni Communist Mig Shipped to U.S. TOKYO Communist MIG over to the U. X. by a fleeing Korean pilot SepL on its way to the United States for further testing. The Far East Command said to- day the Russian-built plane is be- ins flown to America aboard a bis CU4 Globemastcr and will be examined at Wright Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton. Ohio. The FEC withdrew'its earlier of- posed to along with return the plane to the Reds ortheast turnpike. Moorehead added that he Is dis- for- an sy. fc Tfie Ball's five Injj from to 15 JMLTS of arc bclnf questioned at home today by the sberill and Prosecutor Fred Fox. The sheriff said that he on another case when the' first call came from the Boll child. Mrs. Ball was a lifelong resident of Noble and was born Carlisle. Surviving in addition to her hus- band and five children are h eV In Picture after the Communists failed to ap- There -was a hint that. Moore- head and Mcdure vote The fighter was handed to the mother. Mrs. Emrnett LaHue Carlisle. of 3 once States. jrcleasc of the money in a man-jallies at Seoul fall by Northjwiiderness. named in the warrant would tic in with Stale j Korean Li. Noh Kum Suk. who col- Death Valley Dies at Age of 81 STOVEPIPE Calif. tfvL v Death Valley Scotty died last night n his beloved a three-mil- lion-dollar sbcrwplace in the'- desert Ind.. federal The President will be to a closely divided Congress .vhich Democrats have one more last week he wanted to quit senator than the Republicans andjat oncc- Aurol and conferred only four fewer House T 1 than the GOP. Behind that mere numerical di- vision lies a growing Democratic unity heightened by GOP attacks and the approach of the November to remain in of- ice. This gave Laniel the excuse seek an immediate expression of confidence from the Asscrnblv. Kirkc. Auditor James A. Rhodes'. an tici- paled announcement of candidacy for governor on ticket. the Republican lected offered earlier sl wa- Gen. Mark then mander. prospector since the and the adventuresome I mysterious tales of his gold strikes It was taken to Okinawa for pre- were legion. Rhodes recently entered into thCjlL-ninary discussion in the expressed hope j he was j Santo. 56. father- of overcoming the objections Jin-law of Renda and a frequently j Moorehead and McQure. It ElStflhoWtr suspect accused bv tho peared that his was' to Yet the only treasure he is lo have come by was the wealth e .u UIL uic concessional elections. Such unity dcput arc in a delegation for the former mayor of Cleve- was an active member of the club. Weather Elxetrfiere By The Press for the county ctiairman suspect accused by Ihejpcared that his was' to Mjfferinc from of JKcfauver OmmiJtcc of credit for breaking the may prevent strike breaker and en- neck. him from attending of organized Pcrrone is sought by po- O'Brien said he was con- With the Berlin conference Three weeks most of Ihc He said today that he was await- Hce. could spell trouble for some of t domestic proposals ies realized it would be word from his physician be-Jvinccd Perronc was business to deciding whether to If the last 24 hours. and Ohio ivill not be satlsfled CommwnFofi Service Turn to race 9. da-vs into a new crisis. It took is the executive O'Brien said he would ask fed- Ia5t which is scheduled to fol-oral authorities transfer Lom- .VD. Mooreh-ad U able lo nvr hi-i cials joincd Influrncc lo have of the in Ihr rout- ine of the turnplkr. It was suggested by the of his late friend and benefactor. Mussey Johnson. Chicago' insurance executive. Johnson him in style. WASHINGTON President1 Dr- E- of Chief Jusdcc said Scotty died and a numbor other o.'fi- __ he had been of Compress today at a naroc Communion son-fee. held Scott-for past five JTWS. of the said he was summooed yesterday afternoon and found I J Midget With Hammer Robs Cincinnati Man CINCINNATI midget ing a stonemason's hammer scr.-ice s Li Many of the deputies arc petting j 3or'v Republican Club so the federal Times mon-.hs as the 'Jc approaches bo presided over by AViJ- at r.carby Milan. to be avail-'-hat best interests of the 173 la on ratification of the son. vice chairman. jable for trial- Ias a whole would be served if is a under Defense Community Nethcrs said he is not asking to be routed so as of The General Assembly- off Some proponen condition -at 'the rain clear Los cloudy clear cloudy cloudy New 40 53 SO 41 78 62 79 robbed Robert 50. S39 last police reported. inor'v Movvcry told officers a man only 31 29 feet Tall struck him several with the hammer while he on duty as a watchman on to EDC. believe they can defeat chairmen at a meeting LTC against further be held ne-xt Wednesday poncmcnt. the Cambridge In The Thus practically of joined LT prayers for the nation. I southern and central the President for Sform Tides Smash 3 Dikes in Italy i would benefit. 'for all in The Republican Club's so-called ..........................9 D. CT dear 43 KILLED ST. MARYS. A father Wiconstruction Mowery said'of three children died today u hen including 31 central Then was locked in a trailer truck crashed into a Inasmuch as prac- 41 land had to break down the doorjcrete bridge rail and overturned jiically all of them are expected to Radio-TV 33jto escape. He was taken to U.S. two miles west of it was indicated that the Serial Story ior treatment Patrick may be held in ihc Corn- Mich. Picas court room. jadvisory which BROWN TO RUN AGAIN 'MAN AT 'meets is comprised of Ohio Gov.' Ohio CD of Medina aiv liam I. Kincaid. 9t5. oldest water. yesterday for re-election. of rearby died Police and MIL.VX. Haly Uv-Storm tides In upper smashed Into snow-covered lowlands of thr' jPo River delta today j three dikes and flooding five vfl-v with more than firemen i Rhodes announced for that Saiurtiay. cold.   

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