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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1954, Zanesville, Ohio THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL 4, 1M4 CENTS The Marines Do It Again Marine personnel have given the American people a 100-ton bronze statue depicting the photograph of the American flag atop on Iwo Jima during World War and yesterday it reached iti near Arlington cemetery in In several on three the 30-ton section of the Is lifted off trucks Youthful Tortures Girl Gang Highways Jammed as Long Labor Day Holiday Begins NEW YORK Seven and two were held today for allegedly pine burning with cigarettes a 14-year-okl they accused of at another girl's boy Police said the seven threw down Adele DIGregorio in a school yard thrashed her with a belt supplied by one of the and burned her right They said the young gang also took from Jean 13, a girl friend of beaten but did not injure The girl walked a mile to the Ozone f Park police gave a description of her assailants and taken to a pital for treatment for burns and contusions Police rounded up the seven and brought assault and battery charges against Rose Paul Tramparulo and John each 16. Four girls less than 16 were charged with juvenile de- The episode was the latest In a of juvenile terror attacks in New York of To ta ATM The long Labor Day week three-day holiday of the summer under way today with a solemn warning from law enforcement officials for motorists to take it With millions of motorists taking to the highways the National ty Council made a grim forecast that 330 would be killed in traffic accidents in the three day This brought from President an appeal for careful He be ful this Let's stay alert remember simple rules of the Let's fool the Let's all be alive next There were 405 traffic over the three-day Labor Day day Ancient Autos Begin Long Tour autos dating back to 1905 started a try run at Pa. today are expected through viDe sometime ated Ancient Car dubs of ca The with more than 20 autos taking covers a Its Saturday W. W. Va. W. and last Penna. Awards will be based principally on but points may be piled up on costumes by driven and Ralph Conley of tional director of Car is a former newspaper S C. OB Edgar A. Sooth National Democratic committee nominated yesterday by the State Democratic Committee to the late R. Haybank as U.S. Selection by the state tee means almost certain election to the Senate for who broke with James F. Byrnes in 1B2 and refuted to the in- dependent South for He tor Adlai who won this Democratic ral mad wUI be at a. la factories and dosed There will be BO city Schools in rural Muskingum county will open Tuesday but lie schools in will not go h to Eisenhower Hails Labor's Freedom DENVER hower declared today In a Labor Day message that only in free nations like America can duce deep and tremendous surge of born of freedom The President drew the contrast of a slave state forcing its workers Here is the text of his message for the Monday this day all Americans once again give thanks that we live In a country which upholds the nigh belief that every citizen should hav th eright to seek freely the work into session until St. Nicholas and St. Thomas grade schools will open Tuesday and classes at Rosecrans high school will start A conference for public school will be held at new senior high school marking the opening of school week No formal Labor Day program 15 planned m the city but a number of events are scheduled for rounding Highlighting the programs will be the dedication of the new Falls bridge Monday The affair is scheduled to begin at 1 o'clock with a parade Jacob urer of the Ohio QO Council will give the dedicatory Other speakers will include Max L. Un- derwood of New cratic candidate for from this district and opponent At- torney John L. Henderson of Mayor Joseph Hartman of Philo win serve master of The annual potato show will be held at New Concord high school Monday under the sponsorship of the New Concord Board of Trade and a hone show will be held at the high school sponsored by the Chandlersville FOB BOOT OMo Coast Guardsmen today tor Fred 96, missing in Lake Erie bis boat A WeM the overturned cd to twin for 0 MM all the world we have shown the inevitable results which can be accomplished in a land where every man can choose the Job he for which ability fit prepare self for and join freely with his fellow workers m common fort slave state may force Its masses to endless But it never can product that deep and tremendous surge of might which comes to a nation when each man knows that he is driving a wedge or plowing a furrow -or operating a lathe because he is a free and that to this he freely his this principle lies a true and joyous May we nize it today with a new Pittsburgh Woman Eludes Abductor Near Cambridge 'A Bendix Jet Flier Sets New Record At 4U Ohio Edward D. Kenny of the Air Training Command today set a new unofficial speed record of 616.208 in the if Red Guns Renew Two U. S. Officers Killed Formosa nist artillery today again shelled Quemoy Island where two U.S. of- were killed by Red shells The two identities were not bers of the Military Assistance Ad- Group assigned to For- They were on an tion trip to Quemoy when the Communist bombardment began A struck a bunker In which they had taken Their nese driver also was Today's bombardment de- scribed by the Defense Ministry as It said of Quemoy were calm that Red gunfire waa nothing new to A determined effort by the to selM Quemoy would be direct defiance of a statement by Jonn Foster Dulles U. 3. tary of that It to American military authorities to whether some of Nationalist offshore should be placed under U. S. Dulles Pledges Defensive Help are Air Force highly waxed at the point to avoid all friction The were staggered at 10 minute from the test center with each of 'the five major Air Force represented by two The Bendix Trophy Race in Bendix Trophy He state made the run in 3 i minute and 56 The 30-year-old captain lives at Ariz He took off at 9 a. EST. at Air Force Base in of did the other nine pilots in the flew a Republic the Air Force a maximum speed in the 650-m.p h Kenny is assigned to the Luke AFB as a projects He attended Kent State for two before Joining the Air Force in 1942. During World War H. he flew 29 and down on 30th All planes MANILA Hi U.S. Secretary of John Foster Dulles today that American military forces automatically re- If the be attacked wuh to state In most emphatic terms that the United States will honor fully its commitments under the mutual defense If the were the United would act statement marked the ing of mutual de- fense talks preliminary to an nation Southeast Security con- ference which The which been on an for one and one for type of defense was expected to modify Its de- if guaranteed strong and prompt U.S. military statement appeared to be aimed at providing that expect the Philippines to contribute to own security to the extent DuHes United States will take all practicable measures extent of its said United will take all practicable to 1331 was won by James the security ot the Philippines Hying a propeller driven plane an average of 223 While the Bendix finish is the big feature of the first of a three-day flight demonstration by the Navy and Air Force and a parachute jumping contest also are Another event will be arrival of a new Boeing trying for a new record from Seattle to A Boeing BIT made the first Seattle Dayton night in 1935 at an average speed of 295 m p h The is in the 600-m p h Secretary of the Air Force Harold E. Air Force Chief external attack The secretary saM the United States would retain its military in the Philippines as crete evidence of the United ability and intention to take While the 7th Fleet has been dered to protect Formosa from In- vasion no such orders are sary in the case of the In a Mess Mike k aU up with en to the Los County Fair at hopei to straighten out the miked up In time to win a couple of the and aome of the prize TV Extortion Plot Backfires Fla television program he saw gave him an for a 030 Gen. de Castries Freed by Reds HANOI Gen. Christian Castries commander of the fallen Indochina fortress of Dlen freedom Man's Ankles Broken as Car Speeds Away UMW m to old Pennsylvania walked into the way patrol ben early today and reported ritt had been bjr stranger who forced way into her cmr at tht tion of 32 and A few later state men found Charles T. 0, about 30 feet oft U. M. about one mile east of with both He was taken to Hospital tut no filed A Bureau of agent rived to investigate the ease a few later and ike way patrol said a charge of and transporting the victim a state line war betaf The alleged kidnap victim to Mn. Clarence B. of Homestead Pa. She gave highway this Mrs. Lang was driving to airport near her home to meet her mate in the She traffic at the who later gave the YMCA and the National Held of Cambridge as his walked to her crabbed open the put his suitcase in the car and in the seat beside her Laag hfa brr to 01 MM When the car reached a motel a Dulles because of who is going to was visibly worn but still buoyant mile of Lang forces would automatically to a four-year and to kill said Noonan got taking tht De to key with but failed man i ui L of Staff Gen Nathan F. Dulles said The strong friendship between the United and the pines ua the best possible basis for to meet the new danger which arisen since the end of World War II in and Gov. Frank J. Lausche of Ohio arc to be among the military and civilian dignitaries in the re- viewing Ike on Air Tour Over Four States DENVER hower today makes a 9V4-hour rial survey of dollar irrigation and flood control ects in four states and gets a chance for political handshaking in three of The scheduled a.m. MST take-off tm ms private plane from Lowry Air Force the summer White He arranged talks at Grand Goto and Neb. with the President from Denver wert Secretary of the Interior Secretary of Agriculture and a group of reclamation bureau died of injuries ia mn auto Or TM clear C clear 77 cloudy 77 cloudy ft Los 17 clear M clear fl New clear tZ Warm Weather To Continue The mercury climbed to the low here today to start the long Labor Day week end and i said warmer weather and were due The temperature slipped to a low of 53 at municipal airport this moraine but climbed rapidly the sun shone in a cloudless Rain fen in sections of the mid- continent and western states but fairly clear and pleasant weather was reported in most other parts of the country He described the mutual defense pact linking the United States and Philippines link in the defense system of the free world and declared that should be so strong to be Foreign of the France and the United States will meet Monday to i a defense alliance designed to halt the spread of communism hi Southeast Air Force Major Guilty of Theft TOKYO Air said today that Maj. Thomas Pate of Los convicted by court-martial last month of ing in military script He sentenced to dismissal from the service and seven years at hard belated announcement Mid the court-martial took place Aug. but that quarters had not been informed of the trial and verdict by Pate's the Far Esat Air Materiel Com- over the eastern third of the Temperatures early today ranged from the 50s and over No reason for the Ihe Great Lakes region and England to the and 70s in the Gulf j Kansas and Nebraska northward into Canada thunderstorms during the night from the Central Rockies eastward to and New cloudy 77 91 Lew C On orden President 12, David J. McDonald of Ma strike of 50 OD Corp. off last after rs at M was called three The 40-year-old trying to extort from Mrs B M. Underwood here April 23 j Mrs. Underwood told authorities she came home on that morning and found coming out of a She said he told her to keep then handed her a crudely handprinted note threat her life and that of her husband unless she appeared at Orlando by 2 p. m the same day with in Allowed to leave the house on the pretext of going for the Mrs. Underwood said she alerted the roAd patrol and stayed away until Schartiger left Schartiger picked up later at nearby Orange where of- said had been staying with He did not identify the television program he said he got the idea He had no previous criminal freed him at Port of Knife Mi PMM 9 He Mrs. Lang said she got the car but in her stalled the She had taken the precaution of locking the ear doors from the but told came charging back to the car and finally got It open by forcing the front At that Lang re- i he started the ear agate and got It underway with a She said Noonan lost his grip ani fell off the She said She he wwi Injured in tht At YMCA said Noonan lived at the TaCCA about three weeks and checked oat Aug 28 DC GAMUTS met in Hanoi by Gen. Rene French in North At the exchange De tries leaned on a cane as he was PHILADELPHIA Part of a turned over but would not allow tech kafie Made been re- himself to be put in a mowed from 44-year-old Harry He rode to the exchange hi Stone's head after being Imbedded to 28- a chemical went to Einstein Medical Center last Friday complaining of a severe from prison diet Sleeping Sickness Hits Texas Area Tex. Am outbreak of sleeping sickness BJI a mild form had health in lower Grande Valey city planning a massive eradication campaign Preliminary tests tt a relatively harmless form at the dread and a Communist turned among TOs first request for fried potatoes and l. Charles H. headache which had plagued bun the past few X-rays disclosed the knife puzzled at finaDy re- called been stabbed in a street 28 years Doctors Mid the knife blade broke off and passed up the air space behind the The rest of the knife will be re- moved In a later was French re- ported De Castries stood for a few before a number cameramen and emphasized them the white flag of surrender had never been raised at Dien Bten Ohio An oM man was fatally when he walked into the side of a car driven by Ohio Two men stoic in cash and cheeks early today at a tavern in nearby Raymond owner of the may or may not be that laboratory tests were State Officer Henry said in Austin that 400 M had the ta Ohio Davis 71 of Detroit Grant Hospital today of was trapped m bis last Cook's car was m Jorte Rt. 4. police the men ordered is to be married today in a Newark drinks and waited until ihe other The victim was cleared out at the mid- of nearby Hit NEWSPAPER
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