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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1954, Zanesville, Ohio V, J 1 The mrths ji Clasil'.led Deaths Hospital 5 Kadio-TV 15 Serial Storv f Women's FHE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Press Af 90TH 306 OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1954 (18 PAGES) FIVE CENTS Fair OHIO Fair tonighu around 40 northeast. 45 south ind west. Saturday fair. Kane- warmer. Yesterday's High Today's Low p.m. Today a 46 Wreckage of 'Unsinkable1 Yacht Senators Leave Bench To Testify in Probe French Ask Showdown OnU.S.Aid High Level Talks Sought fo Settle Intervention Issue Slanting out of the water of the gulfstream are the twin hulls of the Ventura. Gar Wood's yacht which broke up yesterday. All nine persons aboard were rescued. See story on page 18. (AP Photo, copyright by the Miami Daily News.) ______ Fugitive Caught After Shooting Woman, 100, Gets Greetings From Ike I A message from President NAPOLEON. Ohio CT> A young! Dwight Eisenhower was among Bidault Answers Eden's Questions GOP Battle Linos Drawn Nethers Angry, Admits Up to Neck in Party Fight Mundt Tells Of Meeting If there was ever any doubt about Fred J. Nethers' role in the current battle for control of the Republican party in Muskin- Kum county, it was dispelled to- day. Nethers. twice-beaten for politi- cal office in thc past six months, took to the telephone last night for an abusive tirade W A S HI N G T 0 N France is reported to have! asked the United States forj Signal reporter Newell Harvey, j onc iacti0n of 1 direct high level talks in an, who listened patiently for 20 mm- j Cluo He natj effort to determine what this! and rcsistcd to hang up. He was furious over two sen- country is willing to do about! intervention in the war in In-' dochina. Recent military developments, officials concede, have destroyed the Navarre plan as a basis of fences in The Signal's first story yesterday about next Mon- 1 day night's scheduled meeting of the Republican central commit- tee. i First, he objected to thc state- i nwnt that he resigned the coun- ty chairmanship "under early this year. j Second, he didn't like the idea of having his name linked with faction of the Republican Signal yes- terday that he was staying in the background. Today, he admitted that he GENEVA (.ft French Foreign man who escaped from Illinois! the cards received by Mrs. So- [Minister Georges Bidault told the
Two cars 'warninc crashed at a Warren Intersection last night, kil'.inp three members WILMINGTON. Ohio heart of a Ramey. Pa., family. ,nors w a now presinent ,iuiy u. He will earry only one. three or six pas- f.vsecJ the death Killed were Mike h'5 r succeed Fedenco Chaves, who was sengers each. njgnt o, Romoach Denver. 29, and their 6-rr.or.tn reply and and outlawing warfare. There was some speculation of principally con- a connection between the timing of public Mate- yesterday's announcement, eontm- policy today, supported je ln jht. Armv nnd a 'uing protests abroad and the Lon-only hy a majority in the Tcn demand that Army loyalty board _ Navarre plan, the basis on don conference. Assembly which indicated a, F. members be hailed before the sub- which extensive American aid was announcement by prompt ousting of the government bus to being was considered valid Atomlc Kncrcv Commission Chnir- as soon as the Geneva conference Mjj. Adams had denounced this m April. charge ns "filse." Assembly vote o, might be brewing came tional "interest and have contnb- ly the deputies have booted uted materially to the security of the Cabinet out they not feared the United States and the free a Kovernment rris.s would suspend the talks with the Commu- __' ._. ,u nists on Indochina and Korea. -The tests being concluded with-" in few days sea and air traffic Cornmuinst.lod afely resiirned in Vietminh the conference area which was f) ethT counties in southeastern Ohio follows- moit 7. Coshortrn. 2. Guernsey. s' x- 10: Monrrx-. 4: Noble. At Road Crossing set t.'lhle or cm the or purposes Costello Convicted Of Tax Evasion overthrown by an army revolt last In Rcd p-iver wean- 03 a one-time Ohio 'while, s most wide- son. published have heen an assurance to the com- plaints abroad. NEIV YORK r O.i.-r.blcr Frark Costello. of federal ,hi, s T u of tne other car. Joseph 2. West America the French counted new one o; "senous losses" after beating off ]y' citizens. Thc nations sole political party. an by 2 OOQ ;o 3.000 rebels' jarncs W Den- F- Hruska. 29. of Rt. the has chosen as its yesterday near Phuiy. only 30 for whom Denver dlcsex. Pa., was reported in poor fo MoVtC Mm candidate Gen. Alfredo Strocsner. miles south of Hanoi. was namcd. 'condition at Trumbull Hospital who played a major role in last It was thc biggest attack so far Thc state highway patrol saiJ HOIJ.YWOOD Miss Ameri- week's revolution. Stroesner's in thc OF INJURIES .Hruska aparently crashed a stop of 1931. Yoiande Betbeze. 24. is tion is assured since he will be thc fal1 VAN Ohio sign at the intersection of Ohio 5 PnRaKed to marrx Matthrw Fox. the or.i> Hollington. TO. of West died and 9- 40. movie and TV executive. go-.crn- rnent's s. tixlny was n mcet- :n" of fornrr.ittec on National come tax maxi.num pi-n.ii'y On ;.ited t.-o would to consider the making of important decisions. Weather Elseirhere that Dr. today from injuries received May 7 E" AjLvxiattJ an collision BIKE RIDER KILLED h o' Van Wcrt on U S. 127. __ Pierre Huard. Hanoi Universry TO BUILD ADDITION medical dean who flew to Dien DAYTON. Ohio for a Bien Phu yesterday to arrange tne addition to Airtemp Divi- airlift with the Vietminh. d.d not sion of Chrysler Corp. here were obtain any information on the fate MAN yesterday by company'of Brtp Christian dc Castries OTTAWA. 111. Por: Clinton, officials. The new addition is CN. heroic commander of the garrison. Ohio, man was fatally injured yes- mooue SIJ-JCK mm pected to be completed Sept. 30. or Genevieve de Galard Terraube. R will he used production of French air force nurse new five-horsepower air thc only Hollywood for Fox said yesterday that the couple, now Boston, cloudy CANTON, Ohio cfi James V. m New York, will be married in Chicago, clear Knock, 13. died today of injuries Qeveland cloudy Mis> ixr'beze. a former Lniver- ctear received last night when an auto- sj.y 0, Alabama stuJent. is studv- Angeles, rloud he rode rnu-ie on a in New Miirr.i. terday when he fell head first into a bicycle along the Lincoln York Kox it board chaiin.an of New who was several cases of packed glass at way near his home in East Canton Motion F'ictures for Telexiimn. New YorK in the bastion dur- Libbey-CXvens-Ford Glass Co. here. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs Inc arv.1 a partner In ITnited Ar- condi-wnins unit. long' Dloody aegc. HI- was Charles Aubill, 59. jVcmon C. Knock Jr. tists. .SO fiT 64 95 65 later afternoon visit Jan. 22 frorn Adams nnd White House aide Gerald Morgan. Adams wis in the wjtncss chair fnr his third day and had balked [e'.hnt; who said what at the con- ference. T riiceting he first men- TiiTie'l The Army's speonl Joseph N. Welch, said Acidm-. was barred from ans- surh quest loas by orders "the executive department." Wednosdiy. Adarr.r. hsd re- trtts conference pres1.- I Sherman Adams s-.ed he prepare a chronologi- of Army's troubles i.-hire This was the first step now famous Army re- h brought on the roarint v with McCarthy-. that he couldn'.t ars paled rexeii details of the conlerence htriis off vigorous protests from IVmocratic1 mombors of Ijow Dunne the wait for tho investigations subcommit- 45 he had put on a show of w Trvy dempnded to know wheth- 46 ness, banten.ig with and ;hc concern wv ;hat it might 43 friends about haseoall. "embarrassins" to some one. M Costello wa? rclea.e.1 last Ort Welch said if the Information did from the Federal Correctional oornt" out !t would net be 73 Institution at M.ch -if-er ab> 'he lo j4 sen-'n? 14 months of an iN-month contrary, in mv opinion.'1 he sajd, 45 -cnttrnce for conte-r.p' of -.1o Ke- Cha.rrran Mundt ruiCu Adams cnrr.e inxestimating com- sf.ould answer 'he questions but Turn U> M months 1 The 63-year-oIi allegedly heide-i a r world "vndica'e for and huned his Tiro :r. h he lighted i 1.1' es i p of 1 j j cd on the when the jury H 'Guilty Ho had less "thn.i se-.en T-1U port who
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