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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1957, Zanesville, Ohio THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Associated Press AP Wirephoto s NEA Telephotos 94TH 38 12 PAGES JULY 1957 SEVEN CENTS Fair fair through Sunday. Warmer Sunday. Low to- night in the 60s. Yseterday's high .............78 Today's low at 6 a.m.........55 At a.m. today ..........77 Sale of Subs Boosts Red Naval Power Base in Egypt May Be Equipped By Russians By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON may be well started on the xvay to be- coming a limited naval power in the eastern Mediterranean. The suspicion is growing in cial quarters here that this is the real meaning behind Russia's re- cently disclosed sale to Egypt of three submarines. One of Egypt's purposes in ob- taining the undersea craft may lie in using them to try to prevent passage of ships through the of Aqaba to the Israeli port Eilat. Egypt and other Arab states contend that the gulf is Arab territorial water and that shipping to Israel can be legiti- mately stopped Two of the arrived some time ago at the of are described by V authorities here as capable of lay-' ing mines. The ultimate Egyptian intention may be to try to mine the waters at the entrance to the which opens off the Red Sea. But what intrigues and American experts even more isi what may be behind Russia's sale cf the underwater craft. Queen Looks at Prize Bull d Boss Say to S Ousted T I Queen Elizabeth II gets a close look at a prize white bull at the Royal Agricultural Show at Eng. Beveringham Stoncheage. The bull is nrrried 111 In the view of responsible au- Crash With Truck on Seven members of a single family wen i 11 _ i Apple Falls Out Of Peach Tree An Ap- a peach tree CAMBRIDGE ple fell out of here Friday. Johnnv of Rt. 3t fell out of a peach tree he had climbed and broke his right thorities who have analyzed thejkilled and an eighth critically in possession and operation of'jured in a car-truck crash oufrsid. this northwestern Lower Michiga community Friday. It was th worst July 4th holiday acciden reported anywhere in the nation Three persons survived th but two of them were ir critical condition at a Frankfort Mich hospital today. Those killed were members o a family in Michigan to pick cherries between the harvesting of strawberries and cotton on their own farm. It their third season in this cherry region. Seven older children of the fam- ily of 14 survive. They didn't ac company their parents. Killed were Bynum his and five o their Gray would be carried out with and the submarines by Egypt will mean that Egypt will have to build up a submarine operating base possibly at Alexandria With President Nasser's Egyp- tian government already closely linked with the Soviet such a base would be Russian equipped. It could easily be supplied with a large store of repair parts and with orner materials and the fuel suitable for submarine operations. Once such a base is established if could readily be used by the own subrnannes as well as those under the Egyptian flag. Russian- technicians could be available there to service visiting Soviet underwater vessels. In such a case Washington offi- cials would expect that such siderable frequency The presence of the Soviet sub- marines in Mediterranean waters Terry 5 Three-year-old Dennis was the or.ly Bynum Collins child in the would then become a factor collision to survive. He strategic planners of the Western powers would have to take con- stantly into consideration. The possibility of Russia's scor- ing such a strategic gain is con- sidered especially interesting ai this time in the light of -specula- tion over the possible effect on Soviet policies of the shakeup in Communist leadership in Moscow. In a statement ycsterdav the State Department took note of hopeful particularly in that the greater power now apparently possessed by Com- munist party boss Nikita Khrush- chev uill mean a further dcvclop- and a cousin Clara and the truck Warfield cf Lake Mich were the boy and girl in critical condition. mcnt of policies on the part of the Soviet Union. Press Officer Lincoln White commented skeptically that proof of the will be to see whether or not the Soviet Union will now proceed with prac- tical measures for achieving agreements with Western powers on such major international prob- lems as disarmament and the reunification of Germany. White pinpointed the Middle East as an area0 in which Russia can prove its pro- fessed interest in promoting peace and stability where tensions pres- ently exist. Some experts believe that if the Soviets are seriously interested in carrving their coexistence line be- yond the stage of talk and prooa- nanda. the Middle East offers them the best opportunity. At the same time these authori- ties say it is difficult to see how Russia can be promoting stability and the lowering of tensions in an area where it has provided such weapons as submarines to a country which did not previously possess them and has the oppor- tunity thereby of enlarging its own power Dies Of Injuries CAMBRIDGE Bradlev Bufih- son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Bujzhcr of Route died at o'clock Saturday morning at hospital in Columbus of injuries received when he rode his bicycle into the side of an automobile on June 12. The boy sustained a fractured skull when he rode from a drive- way near his home on Route six miles southwest of here into the side of a car driven bv Al- bert 47. of Cumberland Route 3. Surviving in addition to the parents are two Dave and John both of the home and the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bugher of Cam- bridge Route 4 and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coleman of Cum- berland Route 4. The body was removed to the Corwin funeral home here where Youth Kills Man After 4 Cent Theft Tex. m Fifteen- year old Robert Earl Mayfield Loid officers Friday he shot and Killed a 56-year-old man in a fit of after he robbed the man and t'ound he only had four cents. The curly dimple chinned boy said doesn't bother me that I killed a man. I guess I xvas bound to kill some- one sooner or Shot to death was Joe Raymond an unemployed Mid- land resident. The boy told this story to news- man Cope Routh of the Midland Reporter Telegram and juvenile officer Bill Mimdt Sees Civil Rights o Compromise WASHINGTON Mundi predicted today the civil rights fight in Congress will pro- duce a compromise which LONDON tfv-Nikita Khrush- chev today publicly denounced three ousted Kremlin leaders as plotters who planned to seize control qt-the Soviet Communist party and govern- ment. The Soviet Communist boss further acci Georgi Malen- V. M. Molotov and Lazar former first deputy of opposing all gov- ernment measures easing world tension and strengthening peace throughout the He called Dmitn T. fourth member or the deposed anti party group most shameless double dealing in- Khrushchev made his accusa- tions in a speech in the first time he has publicly condemned the ousted trio since they were expelled from party and government posts earlier this week. London monitors who heard a report of the speech broadcast by Moscow radio first reported that Khruschev had singled out Malenkov as of the group. the monitors said Khrushchev had not in fact made such a statement. They attributed their error to The mistake was the monitors when their recording of the speech was being replayed for a final check on translation de- tails. The original Moscow broadcast was in the Russian language. the Soviet Union informed the West today the big shakeup in the Kremlin will not cause any changes in its loving foreign Moscow Radio replied in a righteous tone to an American challenge to the Russians fr follow up the purge of Stalims elements with measures pro mote peace and The broadcast beamed North America said Soviet pol icy ail along has been live peacefully side by side with al countries and to do everything possible to improve our rela tions and cooperation with U.S.A. since promotion of work peace depends largely on that.' the South can't but one with Since which the South can jjvc. Mundt told a reporter he ex- pects me compromise will take he form cf right-to-vote guaran- ces ior Negroes and other mi- plus other that extent it will be an Eisen- iower Traffic loll Reaches 232 Number of Deaths Below Estimate Xlie Associated Death on the nation's highways climbed with grim regularity to- but at a pace well below that predicted for the long holiday week-end by safety officials. As Americans took to the road in the second half of the Inde- pendence Day Holiday the al Safety Council -said death fig- ures we re encouragingly low'' and its estimate that 535 persons would die during the period. Wreck Blocks Main Line of B. 0. don't think tnat what they now have before them in the form f the House passed bill ib going o be rammed down the throats southerners by relentless or roughshod the senator said. Mundt said it is too early now to do much speculating about spe- cific terms of a but predicted it will be reached in time to permit adjournment ol by mid-August. That estimate difiered sharply from the opinion expressed by Sen. Knowland ivho i.aid he thinks the light ovc The youth prowled several cars together with othe bund a revolver and a fifth of unfinished will keep th which he drank. He decided rob one of several men slecp- ng under a warehouse Thursday light. told him to give me his money and he kept saying he didn't have any. I finally got mad nd shot him A passerby saw Hampton's body nd called police. Radio Dispatcher J. W. Mc- Curry Jr. said this morning that the boy would probably be sent back to the Gatesville School for Boys from which he was released about two months ago. He was sent to the school for ransacking a number of police said. He previously had been on probation after being arrested for burglary. services will be held at o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Place of burial was not learned. Lose Leg LANCASTER. Ohio year-old Deborah Jane Claffey of Columbus may lose her left leg as the result of a shotgun blast acci- dentally fired by her nine-year-old uncle. Police Chief Earl Ramcy nearby Baltimore said the girl visiting her grandparents there Senate in session until mid-Sep tcmbcr. who is quarterback ing Republican supporters of th said r o u n d-the-cloci Senate sessions may be startei late next week if a iilibuster de- velops on the preliminary to consider the civil rights legis lation. He expressed hope tha motion can be disposed of withi the but said several of debate on the bill itself lie ahead. Republicans already have or for the possible round- the-clock Sen. Morton told interviewers in Louis- said the 46 GOP senators will be divided into 23 teams and assigned regular tours of duty on the Senate floor. speaking hopefully of compromise which thi South can said he believe that bringing about social re- the exercise of moderation is always more effective than th big BODIES RECOVERED N. C. today recovered the bodies of the conductor and engineer ofj a Norfolk Southern Railway freight train which crashed through a trestle into Albemarle Sound Friday. fti The Signal Births Classified 9 Comics Crossword Deaths 6 Story 8 Sports 10 Weather Map Women's News Soldier Kills Korean 3 South Korea U.S. soldier guarding a pipeline post in Inchon accidentally shot and killed a 3-year-old Korean boy to- the Army reported. A board of officers has been appointed to investigate. The King Young was sitting on the pipeline when a bul- let shot from a carbine passed through his killing him in- the Army said. Officials added the carbine was discharged accidentally. The Pvt. Ronald E. sett was reported in a of following the accident. BUILDER DIES Pau' who built some- of the country's greatest eluding New York City's Empire 'State building died and Mrs. Monty Taylor. Six was wounded when the boy pickei up a shotgun from the corner an upstairs inserted a shell in the old-model parti ally pulled back and accidentally released the weapon's hammer. The was taken to Lancaster- Fairfield Hospital where her con dition is reported as serious. boy was taken to the Fayette County Juvenile pending an investigation. Father Works Fast To Ward Off Snake N. C. er Compton glanced out the win- dow of his home here to see his 16-months-old William standing on what appeared to be a crooked stick. The a suddenly reared up its head between the Child's legs. Compton raced threw a bucket at the snake to distract it md grabbed his son. He then food on the handing the oungster to a friend After he killed Compton dis- overed it was a i Woman Is Killed In 5-Slory Plunge NEW YORK 200-pound woman wrenched free of mother's atop an east side rooming house Friday and plunged to her death five floors below. Police said Jean and her Mrs. Anne about had Miss Ricioj ran to the roof with her mother in and they grappled til the daughter slipped out of 'jacket and plunged over the edge. Mrs. housekeeper at the was found on the roof in shock. 6 p.m. at least 232 traffic deaths were counted. Drownmgs totaled 131 and there were 52 deaths reported in miscellaneous accidents. The overall toll was 415- The count ends midnight Sunday. Although traffic deaths sxvervcd sharply upward at times yester- the overall trend was about five an a little higher during evening hours. One accident alone in Michigan yesterday claimed seven the highest number so far during the holiday. The Associated Press in a non- holiday test period counted 378 deaths on the 146 drown- 'ngs and HO miscellaneous deaths. The test period was from 6 p.m. Wednesday June 19 to midnight Sunday June 23. The test was made for comparative purposes. The record traffic toll for any Independence Day holiday is 491 set in a four day observance in 1950. The present pace would be belcw that but fatalities usually jump sharply on the last Wrecked freight cars form a backdrop for twisted broken ties and scattered sec- tions of pipe after 24 cars on the main line of the 0. railroad piled up near Ind. No one was injured in the wreck which blocked all three lines of the railroad. f J A day of a holiday when motorists begin streaming back to their homes. The overall Fourth of July record toll is 805 set in 1955 in a three-day observance. Sweetheart Of Dead Youlh Is Found Shot Tex. the 22-year-old sweetheart of a college student who died in a car crash was found shot death yesterday minutes be- fore her finance was buried. The girl's body was taken to the same funeral home that han- dled arrangements for John Richards Vaughn a University of Texas student tilled when his sports car over- on a mountain road. City Detective K. R. Herbert aid a woman called a funeral home and identified herself as the inancee of Vaughan. Herbert said he woman asked for an ambu- ance and said she wanted to be to the funeral home where body was held. When the ambulance arrived at- endants were met at the door of he apartment by the girl's moth- Mrs. V. T. K. Fearis. The mother said she knew nothing of he phone call. After a brief ambulance attendants found the girl's body n a car parked in the driveway ext tp the apartment. Herbert Miss Fearis had been shot in he left breast. A .22 caliber rifle in the he said. Powder Puff Air Hace Under Way SAN Calif. lav-Fort nine light planes takeoff the llth annual all-woman trans continental air race with a Cali- fornian honing to win her fourth Puff Derby Frances Ca winner last an- was flying a Mooncy Marl Twain with Edna Lonj as her co-pilot. Th plane had engines with horsepower ratings ranging from 65 to 325. Reno was the first refueling stop in the race across the northern half of the country tc Philadelphia. It ends there Tues day with no night or instrumen flying scheduled. The 94 pilots and co-pilots i.i elude several among them Mrs. Nina making the race for the first time. Many of the planes will carry but 22-year-old Mane is fly- ing solo in her Cessna 140. Aftu refueling at the planes will follow this Salt Lake Rock Springs and North Platte and Fort Ohio and Pa. Probe Illness Of Ohio Guards CAMP Ohio tfc-An in- vestigation was under way today to determine the cause of illness of 40 members of the Ohio Na- tional Guard from the Akron- Canton area here for a two-week training period which ends Sun- The members of the Motorist Tapped By Snake DALLAS Don Mize turned around to see who was tapping him on the shoulder as he drove through a down- town street. It was a water moccasin. 'Then I grabbed the emer- gency brake and brought the car to a screaming the youth told officers. at the same it I swung open car door and headed for the Someone called the police but bv time they arrived Mize and a passerby had beaten the snake lifeless with a stick. Mize admitted to police t'liat he picked up the snake while on a July 4th picnic and stow- ed it away in a box in the trunk of his car. High Court Hears Girard Case Monday WASHINGTON govern- ment contended today that GI Fair Weather To Continue Here Sunday The weather was fair here to- lay with sunny skies and tem- peratures m the high 70s ancT brecasters said that will be about he same dish for al- hough it may be a little warm- r. The mercury dipped to a if 55 degrees at Municipal airport his morning according to Lake Central airlines and by noon it were iad climbed to 77. Temperatures downtown few degrees higher. Forecasters said temperatures onight would be in the The weather generally fair vcr most of the nation the third day of the long Fourth of July holiday. The weather bureau forecast thundershowers for only a few William S. Girard has no right to go free while the Supreme Court considers whether he should be tried by U. S. or Japanese au- i The high court will hear oralj arguments on the case U. S. officials had agreed to turn the Arniv specialist third class from Ill.t over to the Japanese for trial on a charge of killing a Japanese woman who was scavenging for scrap metal on the army finng range. But a t torn eys f o r Gi r ard ob- tained an order from the U. S. District Court here forbidding the Army to release him to Japanese authorities. the same court refused to direct the Armyj to set Girard free from Army cus-l tody. On this side the govern- ment m a brief filed in ef- said the district court was right iii denying Girard a writ of habeas corpus to free him. How- the government still con- will argue next that the lower court was wrong in blocking Girard's transfer to Japanese custody for trial. i in another brief filed said the deci- sion to let the Japanese conduct the trial was and In the Justice Ministry reiterated today that Japan will insist on trying Girard regardless of how the Supreme Court rules. A ministry spokesman said if the court rules against a Jap- anese trial matter will have to be diplomatically through the Japanese Foreign Ministry and the State Depart- Reds Weigh Atomic Offer Stassen Submits Four-Point Plan LONDON has prom ised to give careful study to th U.S. offer to meet the Soviet more than half way in dismanl ling nuclear weapons. Soviet Delegate Valerian ZorL declined immediate commeni on Harold E. Stassen1 latest proposals as the five-natioj U.N. disarmament subcommitte recessed yesterday until Monday Winding up his presentation o the new U.S. plan for ending thi atomic Stassen suggests the nuclear powers begin break ing down some of their H-bomh for peaceful use as soon as agree ment is reached to halt the build ing of new atomic weapons. Tin U.S. ctelegate made how his government wants keep a strong atomic weapons po tential. Stassen said the United State would agree to a 53-47 ratio witl the Russians in turning fissionable H-bomb material over to interna fional the. United State would provide 53 the Rus sians 47. Stassen made his offer condi- tional upon four 1. The process would not begin until Russia and the West have halted nuclear weapons produc- tion under strict inspection and enforcement. 2. The United States would be prevented from making over present nuclear weapons into new types. 3. The United States would be free to train the forces of other nations in the methods of using and delivering nuclear weapons as a safeguard against nuclear attack. 4. The United States would be free to store nuclear weapons in other states with their consent. Haircut Rejected TOKYO young Colorado airman said today his refusal to get a suited against him. Vhite sidewair in court-martial has re- charges ment. 182nd became ill scattered areas in the country to- CAA Buys New Equipment To Speed Weather Reports WASHINGTON The Civil Aeronautics Administration nounced plans today to increase by one third the speed at which most of the nation's weather infor- mation is transmitted. The agency said it has placed a order with the Teletype- vritcr Corp.. for high .peed teletype equipment capable if operating at 100 words a min- to replace the 75-words-a-min-j te equipment now used on the miles of aeronautical weath- er circuits. A CAA spokesman said the new equipment will make more com- plete weather information availa ble more resulting in im- proved flying safety throughout the country. The network forms the basic weather distribution system for the entire United civil and military for thej 'weather bureau and for the gen- eral public Thirty-six were treated at the post dispensary and released. The other four were taken to Memorial Hos- pital at but were expect- ed to be released later today. They are Ronald James L George Earl Hurford. and Henry al of Canton Col. Anthony the chief diagnosed the ill- ness as He said all the men had common symp- toms of diarrhea and diz- ziness. BOYS RESCUED Ohio Coast Guard rescued three boys from Corbett Island in the Maumee River Friday night after someone threw a firecracker in their row- boat and blew a hole in its side. Jim Gale 14. and Melvm said the fire- cracker was tossed from a passing boat. but a sizzling heat wave still held a on the southwest m the southwest desert reported a high of 113 de- grees yesterday. 16 Canton Firemen Overcome Bv Smoke CANTON. Ohio black smoke from a fire in the downtown section Friday overcame 16 of the more than 100 firemen battling the general alarm blaze. Two stores were destroyed four others were damaged by smoke and water as the fire burn- ed out of control for over two hours. An emergency first aid station was set up at the scene to treat Iremen overcame bv the smoke. Ml available ambulances were used to carry stricken firemen to Mercy and Aultman hospitals. Vone of the firemen suffered ser-i As a practical the anese concede they would be un- able to try Girard if the U. S. In this incident 'Vhite side- refers to a one that strips the sideburns bare from the ears to the crown of the Airman 3.C. Don Wheeler of said charges of dis- obeying orders were filed against him after his squad leader told him to get his hair cut in that fashion. He declined. am not refusing an Wheeler challenging an order to get a 'while sidewair haircut because I had had an Air Force regulation haircut only the day The Air Force had no comment. THREE SENTENCED Ohio of Army is finally ordered not burglary of the Wahoo Bar three men were sen- him over. Girard had been assigned to guard a machine gun on the range where the Japanese woman was killed. He contends the MT was accidental. He denies Japanese allegations that he en- the woman within range of grenade launcher from which a cartridge case was fired. CHURCH TO CLOSE AKRON. Ohio The Shiloh Baptist Church was ordered clos- ed by Common Pleas Judge C.V D. Emmons Friday until the 250-member congregation votes July 10 on whether to retain the Rev. John Milton Burrell as pas- tor. Nine members of the congre- gation filed a petition asking that the minister be restrained from entering the church or conducting services they he to abide by church regu- and used tenced to the Ohio Penitentiary by Common Pleas Judge C.V.D. Em- mons. Sentenced Friday to conse- cutive terms of 1-15 years for breaking and entering and 1-7 years for grand larceny were Er- nest John and Arthur La- of Elyria. Weather Elsewhere High tow clear 93 clear ...........89 cloudy ........82 64 65 91 90 clear ........77 59 60 67 clear ...........88 79 67 85 5ft 51 clear Los cloudy New clear ........90 cloudy 106 San cloudy 70 cloudy ..........77 V
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