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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1957, Zanesville, Ohio THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL if Press AP Telephotos 93KD 241 14 PAGES ZAXESVILLE, OHIO, TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1957 SEVEN CEXTS OHIO Mostly fair and cool tonight. A few snow flurries near Lake Erie. Chance of frost south- west. Wednesday, mostly fair and a little warmer south. Yesterday's High 39 Today's Low 6 a.m. ....29 "a.m. Today 38 One Bundle of Good Luck in Socks' First Litter Committee Urges Prompt Water Meter Installation Prompt i.istaiiaiion of water meters for the S.100 -A ho new pa> their biKs on a fiat-rate was iirged today by the specia! Cit- izens" Committee which has been studying the needs of Zanes- i. isle's water department. The present water rates, adopted last August, should re- main in force until there has been a chance to study the in- come available after meters have been installed, it was said. The committee, of which Roy E. Wilson is chairman, submit- ted its report to city and Major Sherman Johnson at a specia' meeting last night. Its findings were ba5ed on a e> of 22 OhjO cities. I City council, in legislation ap- proved in March. 1956, authorz- ed a S3.000.000 waterworks 121- provement program and last ember appointed a committee to help guide it .n setting up a program. To secure surpliis fur.ds "from invasion for other the committee directed that the the er.Ience of ccnsumers. As .ts f.rst step, the committee recommenced that council set uo a meter inspector, and re- Cir, A .id-tor be a-thcriied to set up a spec.al "against v.hich expenditures i of whatsoe-.sr nature -n for the accompl'v.mer! of said rec- omrrendstions sha.I be charg- department, declaring rne- ed." i ters are the "fair method" The committee estimated that i of v.ater consumption Waterworks ceDartmen: rc-.e.-.-_e s "c out tms sr.cald save for !35S v.ouid reach 31.137 000. j 'oeen :o vears With this of business This ision be irde- view. it was recommended that I pendent of the Water Accounting the Water Depar'men: of' ces .Office. be mjved from the second to i the committee urg- the first floor of Cif. Hal! for ed the citv to begin complete in- spectien a.-.d rehabilitation of 4.200 meters now in service. The committee, which began its study last November, devot- ed considerable time to the rr.echar.ics cf billing and collect- ing water revenue, scoring the and buggy long used bv the Zanesvilie Wa- ter Department. Members of the special com- mittee are Rev Wilson, chair- mar.; Leory H. Tailey, Frank Turn To Page 6 t.iat gray and white bundle seems out of piace in aj the "b'ack sheep" of t.-.e famil.. had to be different The t.-iis companj, have ta ask Socks (that's the mother cat) ter is the first for Socks, who oeior.ss ro June Gacd of 193! to e.-.pla.n :t. Socks is black except for her throat and three of Dresden rosd. her kitters are ;et bisck. But one. which will arobablv be known 1935 Doctor Acquitted In Widows Death 'Radio Pill to Tell Inside I Story of Digestive Tract DR. ADAMS Canal Opened ToBig Tankers to use tre Cars! s-nce las: NTS. em- ber entered- the wsterv.ay at Port Said tc-cav the first cav the c'.sared channe' v.as opened to S'T as c: -t> to 20.060 tors. O.-.e -.-.as the SeVan Tre-. f-r da.-; c v. tre Tre DP-serzs- Second Charge Promptly Quashed LONDON t.-.: 12 i-n Ital.an Australia 503 rireds cf -.vatcned t.is crev-s ?.aimed the treatment was not un- erars Administration h o r> jsua' such cases the widow demonstrated the rad Suffered a stroke twa vears the piH a: Farrar's ar.d that the treatment to ease her ?aid :he cast of deve'-. _ cpmen: was SIO.OOO He estimated c-ur'v attorney general said the jhe oiils cou'd be mass-oroduced ca.i :or "a ras been set o-iasned indictment concerned the f0- S25 or S30 aaiece. me-, accsrc.-2 re MayDraftCai Set at 12 Men car. Ciarles F. Nemecek. 65, __ land, who collapsed and died after worst of last night's torna-'' shoveling snow off his whirled their black funnels'% James T. Mcnohan. 57. a 150-miie throjsh River, who died after shoveling northeastern South Carolina and snow at his home. eastern North Carciina. v i. Ernest A. Baiey Jr.. 15. and' Four members of two Highway Patrol superintend- recces; which was grarted. Moritz.'. arraignment will be abo.jt _ T. o'clock. In addition to the ;n.t ay a New Central pass- as a wister the High- Gov. C. Wiliiarn O'NeiSi todav :ne co'jrt nanied C-. SQuad a_d D.jrr._. _ -.vooa .ir. to rxitT COLUMBUS. Ohio .-i. uctev 01.. 10. atiu meiiueis 01 jDale G. Tippen. 17, both of Wil-'farrn families living across tne ent Fred (Fritz) Mowick. killed when their car was road from each other died in their Columbus. Ohio High a y EteDartmer.t N.C., during the peak of a wmd to were out in most of the'and rainstorm on the edge of the Monday right, spreading tornado area. Bend. last summer of Ger- has been tested or. two tocay after patients. Further tests are getns: V ri sr. of m Cour'y Selective city manager of Portsmouth. _ _ J sar.d and salt and plowing Hospital faclities :n of the er under way a: the veterans hosp.- Service board. C C3TOC RENOMTNATED WASHINGTON Thomas Snowsiide Kills C-" :rude Kuliet: four months her rosba-.d. a died in Eastbourne. -2; Sotr Mr. aid Mrs KuIIett were ___ Datier-s of Dr. Adarns. Her death was officially recorded as suicide DONEGAN overdose of druss. but; d_r-.; t'.e pre'.irr.inarv hearing _ -'-a: "cd to Dr. Adams' tre Morreis case, the tion had blamed the doctor for the-i deaths of both Mrs. and r -a ma term on tne S'jbversr.e .-ic- Dr Adams Cor.tro! B-ard. Djnegar. T-.z "av call f" rearbv c-un- otrer Roll in her win. to the board reb. 21 ties- 5. G-ierrsev 7. d-xitor "is 'accused ofjto of Thomas J.'L.cV-s; 5. 1. I. csmr.-i-.- when he who was elected to the! ode I. Perr.- a-d Vvas.-- y.-s. Oh'o Supreme i -e iic-c: cate 15 .via- Se-vea men are schedule-J to he inducted next Mondav to fill the April call. Ma. i-rless he :s a vo.ur.teer or Lower Ohio River Union Approves Reuther Policies mjured from isolated areas f k c r 2 -r _, __ _' i Perr.- in ;ers nit. Commuricaror. a-d sow- are-ced 0- o v-.cs.evai r a ana a cou-tv road roi- Orio River is 'e' west to a water Ia---ard. "ver its barks Portsmouth. Or.io. in tr-e next tour the crest s "-e i: be above f ATLANTIC CITY. Walter P. Reuther cav to be in firm of tSe ..0__ Xorn C'-- crittc Auto vsrrkers alter cverprheimine ao- or- r Aav v tO --2V 3. Y ca.- accunrs r.im trom rer Ir surrrnVc ut> "he a-d V as a a--d frc-r urder t-i C S rac? .-.a. De catcd u-d'" m :re Justice Sir Patrick1 Artr.ur De-. .ir. :olc the jury i: was s UT> f> it to decide berween the, of the Rev. Schreiberto Retire After44 Years as Pastor -jr-; To Page 6 i Tr.e Rev. L A Scrre ber. sr tre C'1 oa s Unautftorized Low Practice Faces Probe tor of Central irjnry Melodist J church for the past IS years, jdeiiver his farewell sermon to his congregation on Sunday. June 2. 'bringing to a close one "f the 'longest oastr.ra'es Apr.: a ;-e of t.-.e convention's 3.2r-n execution da-e. ,ts_. degrc" -Aeat-'- and he wasn't ever optimisticj ShacVe'.ford was found 5 atxrj- it. [without jurv recamtnendatior of'jaj Steiiato said ne opoosed theirrercy in the slaving Sept. 15 cues increase "because none of it Mis? Marv Dunn of Newark. i jis going to the strike fund" He said :he UAWs present _ jd >r strike fund should be in- MRS' SWEENETr DIES REV. L. A. SCHREIBER I creased to at least 100 millions 1 ReuLier had everything his own wav Monday. An estimated 97 per of fhe delegates approved his plan set- ting up a public tevie> board to act as a watchdog on union ethical practices. FT LAUDERDALE. Fia. Mrs Virginia Bell Sweeney. 53, of former Ohio Secretary of State Charles Sweeney, died in a hospital here Monday after sev- eral days' illness. Mrs. Sweeney was the sister of Ohio Supreme Court Judge James F. Bell. an "mar and screaming a: inter- vals, the man stood on the b-idse superstructure without holdinc, and several times was airnon blown off. Once he shpned, grabbed a nearbv suptvirt ind swung out over the bndpe floor. He finallv sat on a girder. DENTELL SAGER Finally PvT. John Timmors rook over the ar.d tried the cigarette aporoach. "I don't knev Km "Go me Timmnns Sager shouted in response fo sneaker pleas to come down. liuiif. n louci-j' f he was co ivn. v ant a cicarrtte." rom later, Ballistics Test Exonerates Suspect COLUMBUS. Or T T-D-- day after a- FBI police said. Weather Elsewhere fBy The Boston, snow 32 Chicago, c'oudv Cleveland. ........31 Denver, clotxiy Los Angeles. '2 Miami, cloudy "2 New Orleans, clear ......W New YorK. SPOW ........50 Phoenjc, c'oudy .........83 51 St. Louis, clear ..........46 3S cold and San Francisco, cloudy ...64 44 1 Seattle, clear............GO 31 iNEWSPAFERr iNEWSPAFERr
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