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   The Times Recorder (Newspaper) - December 27, 1957, Zanesville, Ohio                        Tovr Newspaper lights For You Bights To AmA See The Times Recorder Serving Ztaesvflfe And Southeastern Ohio For Three 73KD 306 PAGES) ZANESV1LLE, OHIO, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1957 THE WEATHER: CLOUDY AND WAEMER U. S. Bomb Tests Draw Red Blasts s CAIRO. Dec. 2S Egyp-! tian-sponsored African-Asian peo-; pie's conference opened today; with Communist style Masts at: United States and nuclear; bomb tests. Not a pro-Western! voice was raised at the first round" of devotion to "positive neu- trality." The underscored keynote echoed! the main propaganda points of; Soviet foreign policy and the ing hand behind the scenes was: Egypt's President Nasser. This was no second Bandung conference. It was all nonofficial and a catch-all for a wide range of politicos including pro-Commu-j nists other leftists, various dissi-j dents at odds with their own gov-j emments. some regular and a scattering of devout ideal-! jsts. More than 400 delegates from', X nations and colonies heard nu-! merous speeches and a whirlwind j series of reports on the first day; of the week-long conference. 1 Delegates include ministers! from some countries. Some here as private citizens. Others, mostly those from the Communist SEVEN CENTS U.S. Prepares Answer To Bulganin Proposal TWISTED RAILS This is a ground level view of twisted rails and jumbled cars at the site of the train wreck at Cocoa, Fla.. yestendy. Eight cars of the south bound Florida East Coast train were derailed at an open switch. About ten people were injured, most injuries however were slight. The derailed train left path of torn tracK as it ground to halt. (AP Wirephoto) Hudson crowed; garden Tunnel Discovery May J Of Movie sphere, are blessing of attending with the their governments. jving luovie rfll in Moneymakers Ihwai'ted Escape Of 212 Men HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 26 Hudson was crowned king of the Egypt's Khaled Moheiddin. edi-jmovie moneymakers today in a. Congress Set For Opening I WASHINGTON. Dec. 26 peaceful lull Washington is now [enjoying is due to be shattered (With a bang a week from Tues-; day. when Congress comes back.' This second session of the 83th [Congress could be a stormy [with the usual issues of raxes and' (spending accentuated by threaten-[ ing Russian advances in military; i science. Because of Russia's success' jwith earth satellites and missiles, imuca heavier defense spending isj [expected to be voted by Congress.! I ruling out the general tax reduc-S jtions that the politicians -----'jl WOUli id! Some on hand are exiles. WALLA ftALLA. %ash., Dec. identified as among the diggers j prisoners were working wish-like to pass in an election year.' Bob Rhay said to-.by dirt in their ears and fir-ger-Jhomefnade shovels, knives, sticks! All members of the House andt tunnel nails, were in an isolation ward; and spoons. 2S Me of the 96 senators will be elect- tor of the leftist daily Al Messaj theater owners' poll that indicates 'undjer a Wasnington State Prisoajtoday and a hunt was under way! Another 15 feet would have putted next November. presented a report on imperialism! youth will be served yesterday thwarted an eiabo- for three others believed to havejthem bevond the prison wail. Theyj Defense spending is now run-j that said the United States has! Hudson, born Rov Fitzeeerald in could have been involved. I "failed in an effort to dominate Winnetka HI 3' vears made. cleaned out a prison wing bous- Rhay declined the Middle East." He described hi, first appearance in the Motion i the Eisenhower Doctrine as political-military alliance which gives insignificant aid in return as Herald's annual list of the __ i_- T_ _. _ __ 10 top box office star, So did pop singers Pat Boone and Elvis Pres- ley, who captarea tne No. 3 and ground 4 spots respectively. for the submission of regions and countries to America." Kaoru Yasui, dean of the law; would -mdicate what pAm faculty at Hosei University and [observers have long suspected- director general of the Japan iThat the bulk of Turn to Page 24 flic today consists to name the con- victs or guards. on a rou-j At least eight convicts were by the guard icouid have made it in about hours. Rhav said. pub shaft yesterday. In a brief under-] were mauled. The convicts, their, heads hooded by flour sacks, fled! back to their cells in Wing 7, starting point of the tunnel of teen-agers.I Nine suspects tentativelv Montgomery Joins Debate World _ By The Associated Press CF JVlliS MOSCOW The newspaper Soviet Aviation claimed Thursday -.that a strange-looking jet plane designed for vertical was GLASGOW, Scotland, Dec. 26 another Russian invention. The plane pictured with the story bore a remarkable resem- blance to the "Flying a vertical takeoff jet which has been test-flown for several years in the United States and Britain. The newspaper said the jet was perfected by three Russian en- Marshal Viscount Mont- gomery suggested today that two British major generals should have their heads banged together. It was the sharp tongued] gineers under the direction of a Prof. Matveyev. Monty's entry into debate over the j uniforms of two Scottish reg-i SYDNEY, Australia Searing westerly winds brought Svdneyj iments one devoted to sizzler Thursday as the mercury climbed to 99.6 Inmates in Wing 7, from which the tunnel was being dug seized a guard as hostage after the es- jcape attempt was thwarted. Rhay, unarmed, had raced to j the front door of the wing but found it locked. A hooded convict told him through a peep hole that guard Virgil Perry was being held. 15 ning at the rate of billion dol-; lars a vear. This is expected to Turn Jo Page 24 Four Coeds Bitten By be Increased bv about two billion.; There have been estimates that.! for all purposes. President Eisen-j hower will ask another record peacetime spending budget, of 73 billion dollars. This year's total spending is running about 72 fail- lion. Eisenhower has said that to make room for more defense spending hi a balanced budget it will be necessary to eliminate or postpone some programs. Hot de- bate could come when it gets jdown to specific items. There may be strong efforts to '.add a new giving j i expensive aid to education with emphasis on science. Also, more money. is_ expected to be demand- "edT for TeoMrST workers. Eisenhower worked today on his State of the Union message; timed for Jan. 9. Re plans to meet with; FIRE VICTIMS This photo found in the ruins of Rodgers home on Limestone Street in which four children died on Christ- inas morning in a pre-dawn fire was believed to have been taken exactly a year ago this Christmas. The children are: Edward, 6; Marilyn, 11, and Jeffrey, 2. David, 18, the fourth victim, is absent from the picture. The photo was slightly damaged in the fire as indicated by the charred edge. Probe Indicates Gas Heater Responsible For Fatal Fire The Chr.'stmas morning frre, which claimed the lives of four Limestone Street children, apparently started near a gas heater which was used to furnish heat for the four-room frame cottage. This is the opinion of Reed Wilson of Pleasant City, investigator for the State Fire Marshal's of- i Conference i 'On Peace ils Spurned 1 WASHINGTON. Dec. 28 Eisenhower administration has 'started drafting a reply to Soviet i Premier Bulganin's letter, a reply that turns down the idea of any immediate summit conference to i arrange a cold war truce. I Officials reported the State De- iparunenr already was considering I several drafts of the answer which go forward under President j Eisenhower's name. j A formal note with Eisenhow- ler's views may be sent within two weeks, they said, provided all 15 Atlantic Pact governments can coordinate their answers in this time. Secretary of State Dulles told j newsmen at the White House to- jday the department "is Ion the answer. Dulles said this after an hour-long, end-of-the-year meeting with Eisenhower to re- view major international prob- lems. Dulles said the President's State of the Union message to Congress came up for discussion during his call but he declined to amplify his remarks. Other informed authorities said both Eisenhower and Dulles con- sidered Bulganin's Dec. n mes- sage a rehash ofprevioasly rejected Soviet proposals. Bulganin and the Soviets, they said, Actor Dies Of Injuries Fight i ing the kilt skirt and the causing cases of heat prostration. other trews tight trousers. Dlast of neat followed an all-time aftersunset temperature: of 101.2 deerep's The argument arose over J of 101.2 degrees Christmas Dav. merger of the Highland Light In- the Royal Scots Their honorary colonels Maj. Gen. R, E. Urquart of the Highlanders and Maj. Gen. E. Hakewill Smith of the Fusiliers, resigned Dec. 4 after a dispute with the War Office over the uni-j Terrigal, a northern holiday resort. houses RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil Soviet Russia is reported to have offered oil and automobiles to Brazil in an effort to expand Phoemx' trade and establish diplomatic relations. j wanted to confess a "It certainly looks like Soviet bait, and there is no better bait- u- u Brazil the biggest pa form to be worn by the consoh- dated unit They held out for the, k3t. The War Office ruled the'5 troops would wear trews. i Montgomery spoke his mind, a dinner for former service-' nounced Thursdav that all of men at a hospital in Renfrew- (the new Pemoniic look. shire, near Glasgow. "I think all this business going on wkh these two regiments Montgomery s a "You have to understand that serving officers of these two regi- than oil and cars." commented one business ohserverJ of both. Cleveland salesman who dis- station wagon was found aband- oned in a Columbus alley. Al- bert appeared at a Columbus church on Christmas eve, gave his name as Donald Mack of said he 'murder" a man he slugged nearly a ago. Police had no record LAKELAND, Fla., Dec. 26 Thirty-five members of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority at Florida [congressional leaders just beforei Southern College were notified bviCongress reconvenes. j. telephone today a dog left in their? Sen. Sparkman (D-Ala) said io-punes inflicted by unidentified as- house prior to the Christmas administration has been idays has been found to be rabid, [laggard in moving to counter the of of such a slaying. (AP Wirepboto) ISTANBUL, Turkey An earthquake shook Istanbul lightly at p.m. today. No damage was reported. B. O. To Furlough HEIDELBERG. Germany The U. S. Array in Europe an-" Employes combat divisions have adopted: Four persons have been bitten j current economic slump, particu- by the dog. Dr. Chester N. -Nayfield. Polk County health officer, report- NEW YORK. Dec. 26 In- ended m aeath today for Mrracuu, 30. wao had the larlv in housing aids. Sparkman said his housing sub-' committee win hold hearings to roie of Romanoff in the Broadway sho-.v. "Romanoff and Juliet." ed that preliminary examinations mto E'senhower wait-, showed that the dog which died.'ed so Ion2 {o release l" dollars whlch nad voted re- Monday was suffering from rabies !dollars whlca Lon2ress nad vc at the time of death. ifor noosing. Urban tc i -j t. inewal -and cooperative housing! i f The Whire House taced the girls by telephone release of fte Qn tneir homes in many parts oi the j nation. The girls were advised toi seek immediate medical attention. The school officials also said the dog was smuggled into the sorority house against rules. The 26 was Ridden by the g-.rls and not detected. For Slaying Motber-In-Law ments do understand that a page Eve self-contained, highly mobile battle groups, each approximateiv! reduction in freight traffic. has been turned in our history. a scaied-down regiment in size. j "I think mat these retired colo- neis should have their banged together. heads! I-ONDON A Soviet professor says the United Slates failed in! TO BOARD AVOID BURGLAR ALARM CLEVELAND, Dec. 26 Burglars who avoided a burglar, alarm by climbing to the roof and. knocking out a 20-by-20 inch glass-: block section looted the Simon Co. store at Shaker] Square of "at least in, cash last night, Donald Weil.] store manager, reported to police! today. LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Dec. 26 A 33-year-old woman, charged __________jwith the murder of her former US. Two members of her mother-in-law, is being held with-.' were bitten. bond pending a psychiatric ex-' When the dog died Monday I Frostproof it was taken to erinarian for an autopsy. The dog. a mixed breed, been purchased in October. nee, who completed bis probe yesterday of the fatal blaze in which the four children of Mrs. Bertha Rodgers died. Wilson said the fire had burned through the floor only around the stove, thus indicating a starting point for the fatal blaze which was discovered at about a.m, Wednesday. The fire investigator said that when the fire was discovered by the Dansby family, who reside had advanced in the past (Turn to Page 14) Huge Stock Of Vaccine Is Outdated NEW YORK, Dec. 26 (S-Hun- dreds of thousands of doses _.' out- dated Salk vaccine may have to be destroyed because of snanu- next door, it was confined to only facturers' overstocked inventories. one room. It was at first thought that garments hanging near the the Health News Institute said to- day. The vaccine has a government- imposed lifetime of six months. A spokesman for the institute, an was not usually agency representing Ae pharma- hung near the stove. from the wall and also was seat-; Turn to 24 Dayton Police Seek Identity i Of Slain Woman heater may have started the blaze. However, Wilson said the mother of the children had informed him that clothing jceutical industry, said "manufac- wilson said the heater was prodnc- cated only about eight to meet the demand for ppHo vaccine on a year-round But because the supply has out- stripped the demand, he said, manufacturers "may have to de- stroy hundreds of thousands of doses of vaccine that has become j outdated." "This is the spokes- jman said, "when you consider jthat there are about 45 million people under 40 years old who DAfTON. Ohio. Dec. 26 at -'have had no polio The GERALD SARRACIM Canadian actor and other countries than to train them from ion tne ending Sept. 15. 1961. "CT' The Weather 64 PAGES SIX SECTIONS In The Sunday Times Signal Police sent Fingerprints to the in Washington today in an attempt" The National Foundation for In- jto identify the body of a woman jfantile Paralysis has reported that j found outside Miami Chapel school'there are still 16 million children (and under 20 who are un- Mrs. Joan Dexter Gatchel iaces'fnend- -ormer boxerj A janitor discovered the body at'vaccinated. fa police court hearing Jan. 17 but Bell, were attacked by ajths foot of stairs leading to the I The institute said this age group .the psychiatric examination will sand oi men Christmas Eve aSjbasement of the school on Dav-iaccounts for 75 per cent of the naajbe made before then. waked along Broadway west she had deadjparalvtic polio cases in the nation. i Police said the British w a r frltn street- jsince Wednesday, college is seeking to signed a statement last Reports said Sarracini appar-l Deputy Coroner George have admitting the fatal was struck with a blunt in-1cock said she apparently had cer.timeters of vaccine, ing of Mrs. Marjorie Gatchel, j criminally attacked but that the takes eight months to complete. in the older woman's apartment, i Beil and the assailants of dearh had not been de- Police said that Mrs. Gatchel. at 63rd street before the men He said she was about' j in her statement, told of being a Bei! returned with police who 35 vears old. I ruman INATO mer.tal institution.found Sarracini unconscious. He; Police said six persons who times. She accused HP- more The full three-shot series of vac- for poiio. requiring three 125 PHOTOS 1937 HAS BEEN jpacked 12 nronths southeastern Ohio New Year's in ZanesviDe Day bowl opponents, area, Ohio. It has'state and national basketball a year that has beenjpenings, three local columns, T' the ills of patient several 'jwas taken to Roosevelt her acquaintance she; mother-in-law of breaking j where an examination showed hejcaine to about two NEW YORK. Dec. 26 OV-For- !up her mamage to John Gatchel. had suffered a brain knew her onlv as Helen. mer Democratic President Karrv .secretarv treasurer of a photographic supply firm. The awarded custodj- Gift 6pm......36 8 _ _ _ KiKh Today's THCKSDAT'S 10 S-_m......41 4pm oT Yesterday's High 46 Ijow 32 TEMPERATCKE ELSEWHERK: WHAT IS the global outlook for OJicaKo -7T 3i 1958? Ten Associated Press Los Angeles couple r own jjg-saw pazzjes .Dawn Gal the worid s most con-] of thgj- 3-year-dd daughter. j T T J AT 1C1 Underway At Local Stores A. i- VIIIC S XFOITt UfC CSi ty I oeen 3, spons na-cMts trom uie hohdav j nuopie iaiKSj Albanv Ind The shooting f ol-l T i v r will round out the ys unt" thc Present- a spe-himself right into I lradiaonai e x c n a n g e of c- rr.- c- a faght corner! lowed" shortlv after the court de- Snuiry Smith sets a trap i II marked with great jmany fronts; it has 'year of tragedy and violence..festive board Times Signal readers will want' offering. 'to read the chronology of 1957.' ;a fjatiand foreigner You will- ____________ both in photograph and text. PLAN A Kiss 'n Tell arw> f EACH YEAR care for and more this weekend edition. 'New Year.s for American taxpayers Idents to bri8hten your weekend) Bang-Up Christmas 1 the menu and decorations will be'a billion dollars but there when you read the Times Signal's timism among mcntal health color supplement Staged In Car Lot Anc _ cor- >veek. There's also a roundup on P6115 that the :s pay.: w m i respondents observation other off- A Article In the IF YOU are not now a sub- ..............5s around toe world were by sororities and the Countrv "Family Weekly." Times Signal ruu are not now a asked to express their views on Club. On the nuptial front magazine supplement. I Duluth 21 CHARLESTON. W.Va.. Dec. 25 now a sub-j'-l had a bang-up discusses .scnber to. Times Signal you j Christmas at a used car dealers' Zonesville Skies Sunrise 7-w Soesct p.m. The Moon, in tonight, Ktt............................ p.m. PROMDOENT STARS Sites, p.n. Xefntas. rlws p.m. VISIBLE PLANETS hi the southwert C OS p.m. Jupiter, 2-41 Mira, the upcoming year. Their observations, which predict a rough year for the West, will be carried in a special Times Signal feature. THE SPORTS year in review will be one of several feature items in the sports section. uic luipuai uoiu, mere s several announcements of interest to our feminine readers. ZANESVILLE'S system of government has changed several times during its 145-year history as a city. On January I, a city manager will take over the helm, the first time an expert has been of the latest trends in t successful fight against this wide- spread illness. DAGWOOD TRIES to get off to a good start for 1958 by cleaning out the attic but the rest of his family has other ideas Nancy discovers a cheap way to make delivered door simply by telephoning GL 2-4561, giving your name and ad- dress. This week's special year- end edition, which will include a review of 1957. a peek at 1958 and all the current news from the local, national and internation- al fronts, is "must" reading for every member of the family. Police said someone entered Gene Byard's lot and damaged 18 automobiles by draging them around the lot and ramming them together. Although entrances to the lot were blocked, keys were left in the cars. exchange Christmas gifts for sizes, colors etc. got underway in Zanesviile stores yesterday as many work- ers went back to their daily- chores and business and indus- try returned to normal after the holiday. A majority of the stores will continue the exchange period for the remainder of this week and all of next week according to the Retail Merchants associa- tion. Following a long-standing policy there will be no cash re- funds, it was pointed out. Meanwhile, city, county, state federal offices here re- sumed opeiations yesterday but S. Iranian today called the Ei- 11 e s NATO report "gobbledygook." Jast a lot of State Department gobbledygook bunco, bull, de- ceit and he said 'during a morning walk in the rain there was an apparent scarcity ;wrth reporters. of activities. School children will continue OBTAINS PETITIONS enjoying their long vacation for j COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec. 28 ciasses do not resume until The secretarv of state todav issued petitions to Roy H. Burry of Lyons. Fulton county, for the Democratic nomination for lieu- Jan. 6. Jaycees are providing enter- tainment for many with their annual roller derby at Lind tenant governor in the primary arena which started yesterday, elections next May. There will be special sessions daily for boys and girls in the various schools. The Jaycees will not conduct their roundup of cast off Yule trees this year. Stores and offices will take another holiday next Wednes- day for the arrival of 1958. Bar- ber shops will enjoy another double holiday since Thursday is their usual closing day. Behind Editorial..................4 Theater................I Women's Comic..................It Sports..................21   

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