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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1958, Zanesville, Ohio                               In The ClttsifM 4... 14-15 12 Strial Story................ II Spwts 13 Weather Map Newi............ H THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL if Associated Press if Press 95TH 39 16 PAGES JULY 1958 SEVEN CENTS OHIO warm and I tonight Thursday partly warm and humid. Yesterday's high M Today's low at S a.m. 1C At a.m. today M Million Received tlere For Big Sewer Project g City Auditor John Fenton holds check for which will be used to pay for constructs of part of huge sewage dis- posal system One nay to forget the heat these days is to have a million dollars or so ac- cording to City Auditor John Fenton wha yesterday received a certified check for to be used on Zanesville's new sewage disposal system Fenton recen ed the check the Fabev and Clark Co. of Cleveland which is financing part of the cost of construc- ting the S5.200.000 project The money be used for construction of the long inter- ceptor lines which will i sewage to the disposal plant now being built m lower Put- nam at the site of the former Tube Mill Contracts for lading the inter- ceptor lines have been awa-d- ed to the Christopher Construc- tion Co of Columbus and the 0 b e r e r Construction Co of Dauon. Work on th s phase of the project is scheduled to begin within a few Fenzon said. Eisenhower Stands Pat For Adams President Also Says Cuban Action Wag Not Justified WASHINGTON Presi- dent Eisenhower stood pat today on his decision to keep Sherman Adams as his top aide despite Republican statements that he should resign because his useful- ness has been seriously impaired. The President told a news Iference that the statement he made two weeks ago on Adams now is no more or no less anj expression of his confidence in I Goldfine Confers With Attorney Forces Attack Bridge Near Tripoli Lebanese Move Up For New Buttle Lebanon el forces launched an assault to- day on a major bridge in Tripoli controlling all traffic northward toward Syria. The army moved up tanks to defend The rebel attack on the Bahsas some 600 vards north of the Tripoli city came after a night of heavy firing inside and outside the northern port city. The auack on the brdge came at S 30 ajn. when the rebels opened up a machine gun bar- rage from the fringe of the rebel- held Samir area. By 9 o'clock the rebds drove to within 300 yards of ths bridge. Shortly before the assault on the bridge the rebels set fire to the merchant district just inside government-held territory on the fringe of the no man's land be- tween the two forces. Government forces have cut i rebel life lines in the Tripoli area m an attempt to starve out the already reported short of food and ammunition. A government communique to- day claimed successes throughout the country from Tripoli south to Tyre. It said a rebel drive which penetrated close to amny posi- tions in Tripoli with a barrage of rifle fire and hand grenades was repulsed. Shortjy before midnight a big explosion shook the no-man's land between rebel and axrm po- sitions in the merchant quarter near the port A huge fire raged there for more than four hours. UPI Photographer Robert Egby who saw the blast said the ex- plosion rumbled through the shell- pocked buildings while flames lit up the sky Hke an early dawn He said that by 7am. quiet was restored in Tripoli. light reconnaissance j HAVANA Cuban rebels grew more defiant today noon 30- district near Beirut Airport 47 Amencans Kidnaped by the of rebel leader jjjjine OFfiCESt morning. It was in the Chamlane Castro The hundreds of Americans in Cuba asking -who g Goldfine Raps Hurls Polities' Charge Adams than it President then was then. The conceded anew Cuban Rebels Grow Defiant In Face Of Troop Threat Washington Officials Call For Use Of To Free Kidnaped that Adams had been imprudent but the Chief Executne said thatj he still needed Adams. J After giving that ansuer to question about whether he be reconsidering his decision or the President said he would have nothing more to j this time on the matter. Re pointed out that the House subcommittee hearings still were going on. He added that he would not have any comment or enter- Bernard wealthy textile manu- confers with his Roger as he prepared to begin his testimony before the House probers today in Washington. Accuser Draws Speedy Denial Textile Tycoon Admits Making Gifts To Adams WASHINGTON Millionaire Bernard Goldfine accused House investigators today of playing politics in airing charges against him and Presidential Assistant Sherman Rep. John E. Moss immediately branded accusation as and absolutely The 67-year-old textile denying he gave favors to Adams in exchange for breaks from government agencies s a i critics were trying to a mountain out of every He caused a blowup in the House investigating subcommittee he went on to say public can guess what those reas- ons Those who are making sions of about his rela- tions with Adams were guilty of 'hypocrisy he said. a California School Bids Packed in Statehood To Be Opened AFIELD N.J. For Hawaii 1 Eighteen-year-old Richard Pet- On July 30 Seen In '59 Bids for construction of addi- tions to the Dillon and Licking j View scnool buildings1 the sedan. anv other questions today the Adams case. Falls t school district boara of education But a few minutes later he did. _ say in response to a question that The according to toe clerk f rasek was fined Tuesday night for reckless driving after a policeman told the court he counted 21 passengers youngster's ts I djKed Of Sabotage WASHINGTON Presi- dent Eisenhower told Soviet mier Nik'ta Khrushchev today that the Kremlin is on its intentions toward a summit conference by making unacceptable demands. The President said m a new letter to Khrushchev that Russian heatedly denied that the commit- diplomatic maneuvering discussions in Moscow aimed at carefully preparing for a top level meeting which would ibe profitable. Eisenhower WASHINGTON ___ Cl j chances of becoming a state have 1147 jbeen greatly enhanced by passage of Alaskan statehood. But there I is small prosoec. of a Hawaiian ibill getting through Congress this tee was or politics. He told Goldfine his marks were vicious and absolutely false expressions of concern are not expressions of Moss declared. Moss was recognized for his remarks as the subcommittee flatly denied t answer a House rojlcall. Goldfine area where the rebel forces led by Kamal Jumblatt were routed Tuesdav. Tne heavy f jghting as matched by intense diplomatic and political activity. President Camille Chamoun re- ceived the three Western ambas- will be A United Press International dispatch from Santiago quoted rebel sources as saying the ed States send in Marines or anybody but the Castro gang will not change its position because its position is desperate sadors and Turkish Ambassador Jand couicj not get any Duiger while Ajal Ossei president of the Chamber of conferred with Soviet Ambassador Sergei Kiktev and the representatixe. Escapee Shot By Patrolman EAST 0. The state Highway Patrol today declined to reveal the identity of a patrolman who shot and serious ly w ounded Herbert C. Trow- an escape mental patient Wednesday. bridge and a Edward fled from the Fixmont State Men- tal Hospital near Pittsburgh Mon- day. The were captured near Satineville by a posse of 25 offi- cers. Tow-bridge was shot in the ab- domen as he attempted to flee from the the patrol said. The escapees were not armed. worse Accused Slayer Due To Testify In Athens Trial j 0. George to ustiK m his defense todax m his first de- income tax deduction his gifts to bond issue at the Max priman Adams on the ground that -ncluaes the addition of fue class- a business expense to the Aiding and President said ftat he heard online addition of two at Licking 'his that Galdfme mav iC-A Tjllft have done that Plans also call for expanding Tnat the opinion of well-in- formed congressional sources can- vassed United Press Interna- tional President Eisenhower and GOP congressional leaders indicated statement Goldfine freely admitted mak- ing gifts to Adams but said he never asked the President's top aide to intercede for him with any agency. He did not say in his statement he deducted the gifts as Tuesday thcv press for ac- ne t T u business expenses on his income of tion on Hawaii this xear. In It looks like a wet Fourth JuK hohdav here with forecast- olu backers of statehood organ- In other news conference high- kttcnen facilities and new offices ers predicting showers Friday Eisenhower. jat both buildings. Saturday a strong plea for res- The boa-d hooes that the uorkj In a jong rangg outi00iCj tne ized for immediate a c i o n in The rebels indicated might free three Canadian rapines m the immediate future but hinted'ne charged with fatallx shoot- toration of the House tions Committee cut Appropna- m me Kitchens can be completed jvveather bu in his for-ishonK after clashes start in tne i Kfi were m no hurry to release jthe Amencans captured at the irate of nearly jpast 10 a day for mg Eugene last winter of coon dog. risk cut. with our the te-n he pupi-s wi to earn Amencans were Americans were completion apprehensive because of rebel rf from Such a he essan to earn their grave consequences.lunches in portions of the free world and The target date for completing to our nation's wil tax returns But advance word was that he would testify he did. Internal Revenue officials have said a true gift could not be de- ducted as a business expense and no gratuity to any federal em- ploye may be so deducted. Rep. Charles Wolverton t T- 'latpnpss of rha rnrrpnt senior Republican on the 11 find it nee- mamder of the state Fndax n obiected said the matter probably will man oDjecteo hopes of riding into the Union on the crest of the Alaskan wave. But Assistant House Democratic Bureau said Mere will .leader Carl Albert said he sees Lttle pnrpect for House be showers in northern Ohio He said the-fall Houe'.er u is bel evni that1 snouers in nonnern ne sees utuc pro-pect tor House tolfor the firr. couple of .eeks of Thursdaj. spreading over the re- action this .year because of the control of Oriente site of many American plantations and mines The rebels there trol all but the cities and towns strike at Ohio Worker In 30-Foot Plunge Pa. Harry- structural was killed Wednesday in a 30-foot fall while working on construction of the nsw Sharpsville High School here. an employe of the Diamond Construction Co.. died in Sharon Hos- pital of a fractured skull. Arrpncans here were increas- angry at the and statements in Washington drew general especially one by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles saying the United States would not pay They also paid attention to a statement bv Sen. Styles Bridges calling for the use of Marines if necessary and a de- mand by William F. land that the rebels should be given 48 hours to lease the prisoners. Otherwise he suggested sending m arms and equipment to help Cuba tain law and encourage Communist imperial- Mrs. Thelma her hus- and a brother-in- Syh ester Marshall. Thes denied provoking the fusil- lade of bullets which struck Hayes as all argued in front of grove's home about the dog. Gross claimed he had gone to the house to claim his wandering coon dog. He said he fired in self defense when the three came er him with a tire iron. ism. that he was not disposed to do anything reckless in an ef- jfort to rescue the Amencans cap- tured by the Cuban rebels. He said we are tiding to get live Amencans back. the class room additions is early so can be used dur- ing the second semester Both buildings are compara- Temperatures during the next are expected to aver- 6 age two to four degrees below the bureau added. Warm and humid wfeather is be considered next Similar sentiment in the Senate was voiced by Sen. Henry M. strenuously to statements and asked they be stncker from the record. Khrushchev charge that the Unit- ed States is trying to sabotage t summit meeting. He said the United States and its British and allies will not relax their efforts to find solutions to major East-West cold war problems de- spite the Soviet The President's letter delivered in Moscow replied to a 11 message from Khrushchev charg- ing that the United States and its allies were trying to sabotage a summit conference by raising in- soluble issues such as German re- unification and the future of East- ern European satellite nations. Khrushchev asked the President whether die Western nations were about arranging a sum- mit or were trying to prevent it 'There is no warrant for this the President de- clared He told Khrushchev that a meeting of the leaders on Russian terms Jackson chairman of Wolverton said it was tively and m recent expected to continue Thursday the territories subcommittee and a strong backer of statehood for both territories. additions were constructed. The increase m population in the district made the second ex- Ipansion program necessary. Weather Elsewhere PRESS Low 86 67 92 75 87 75 88 60 cloudy. 85 72 88 70 New 86 72 New 90 74 91 74 cloudy. 94 68 Washington M 72 To Take Holiday Friday The Signal will fol- low its annual custom of sus- pending publication on July in order that employes may spend the holiday with their families. Publication will be resumed on Saturday with a full line of features and news in your favorite afternoon news- Careful Driving Urged On Fourth COLUMBUS The Ohio State Safety Council and die state Highway Patrol today called on motorists to observe simple traf- fic safety rules to keep down the anticipated 15 to 25 traffic deaths predicted for the long Independ- ance Ralph council urged drivers to drive at least as carefully as they did during the Memorial eekend when actual traffic toll of 13 less than half the expected esti- mate of 25. Relief In Sight WOMAN WOUNDED COLUMBUS Ruth was wounded in both legs Tuesday night dur- ing what police described a family argument. Police held Hanson's and Donald in connec- tion with the ihooting. MAN DIES IN CRASH 0. -Wilcie E. wts killed and four others injured Tuesday in a two-car crash at an intersection on Ohio 236. RESIGNS STATE POST COLUMBUS Dr. state mental hygiene has resigned to re- turn to the post of superintendent of the Toledo State Hospital and Friday. The mercury climbed high into Dog I the 80s here today after Deer to a low of 60 degrees this morn- S.C. The unexpected continues to be routine with Thomas McCabe and his family. A visitor from India where temperatures above 100 degrees are carried an electric fan along downtown Boston street after she battled the near 100 degree heat and sought relief by mechanical mg at Municipal accord- ng to Lake Central Airlines. By noon the mercury register- ed 84 at the airport but it was several degrees higher on ther- mometers in downtown Zanes- ville. FIRE DESTROYS HORSES CANFIELD. 0 trotting horses were killed in aj barn fire at Mahoning County fangrounds today. They were I owned bv Al Meredith. There is a set or triplets in the family along with an older boy and a baby girl. In the of the chil- dren have six flying a Mexican chick- and kinds of There also is a dot named And now Bullet has brought home and adopted a baby deer. that Moss delivered his charge only to it He said subcommittee procedure always called for permitting a witness to complete his opening statement without Harris recessed the h e a r i n g without ruling on whether to lete remarks. Goldfine said he believes a run- down of gift exchanges over the years between the Goldfines and the Adamses will show that the Goldfines were the bigger ben- eficiaries. He expressed himself o this point how- ever. The way he put it was that sudi a tally show that and Mrs. Adams would be The statement prompted not respond to the hopes and aspirations of mankind if they met under an injunction that seals their lips so that they could not even mention the great political issues that gravely trou- ble their relations and endanger world Steel Union's Coffers Bulge PITTSBURGH Ths United Steelworkers of America reported the highest financial po- sition in its 22-year history today with a net worth of A semi-annual audit covering the period of July 1 to Dec. 1957 showed the union gained over the previous months The financial report did not 3-neral laughter as subcommittee cover the last months members and spectators ponder- ed its alternative meanings. Police Press Investigation Aiter Rash Oi False Alarms there was a large in dues income because of layoffs of un- ion members. The union estimated that some members are idle. Mem- bers are exempt from dues pay- ments when they fail to work at least five days per month. City and county law enforce- ment officers were reported making progress today in their investigation of a rash of false emergency calls Tuesday night which sent fire depart- police and sheriff's men and a garage wrecker on a score of goose endangering many lives. police no teal emergencies occurred while the various units were answering the false alarms. county Prosecu- Joseph McNerney said viction for turning in such fabe alarms carries a maximum penalty of Jlfc or days jail sentence or both for first of- fense and from SI 00 to S500 or a jail sentence of 90 days to a vear or both for subsequent convictions. Ambulances from DeLong Baker and the Bolin Bryan funeral homes along with the Zanesville fire city police and a wrecking truck were called to the scene of a reported fatal traffic mis- hap at Adamsville road and Neil avenue about p.m. In the Cannon and Can- non funeral home at Roseville and the Clyde E. Thompson fu- neral home at Duncan Falls were astaf by the alarmiat to dispatch amtalancet. But no accident had occurred. Shortly after 11 p.m. both the South Zanesville and Rose- ville fire departments sent trucks to the scene of an al- leged oil well explosion and fire near Avondale. The sher- iff's office was also alerted. But that too proved false. Fear was expressed that a serious accident would occur at one end of the city or county while emergency units were rushing to another area on a false Noise of sirens from the emer- gency vehicles touched off a flurry of inquiring telephone calls to Hie Iimei Recorder Promoter Appears In Libel Hearing PITTSBURGH Boston promoter John Fox. controversial figure in the congressional inves- tigation into the relationship tween Presidential Assistant Sher- man Adams and millionaire Ber- nard Goldfine. appears at an al- derman's hearing here today is the defendant in a libd action. who has threatened a libd action against will defend himself against charges of an at- torney who contends the former oublister of the defunct Won Post made defamatory jUteroent in a telegram regarding in oil lease suit now on trial in Fated Court here.   

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