Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1954, Zanesville, Ohio THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL 14, DM rille May Be Forced To Operate l v s. V V Dad's Funeral BayU la the ctty be mn ef the the their straet Proposed Gun Law Is Fought Sheriff Ask Rapid Transit Co. Ready to Arnold Says in Letter to Council if if ir if if 1 2-Year-Old Sixth Grader to Be Examined at Juvenile Research Bureau DarM Larry repentent killer of We wil ba tatam to the state's Bureau of in Thursday tor Joseph who ukl the decision was after a coherence with Probate Judge W. O. Secrest declarad the boy win remain te in order that he may attend the funeral of Ma John whom be shot to death in Mi sleep day moraine at their on The described and not to attend the according to Clayton matron at the county de- tention home where he it will not be compelled to-do ao ba wQl will ba the ba after a leautt la from the There are at three 1. He could ba placed on tav der the of the 1. Ha aant to the trial School at on a 3. Or the CMC could be turned over to grand Jury after tht filing of murder in the case of an The would not on which of these courses of action will be at the dM aot appear to be aware of vha of his Mrs. FMC reported him to be very He ikm art and MM a the matron said the blond ha to kU dad be- IM WOf 1O the at his heroe in the rear of avenue in the Sharon avenue Chief of Ponce George who with other authorities was said he did It recited it to us ta Ms The aider who a at by boy who hw from Sunday Funeral services for ba held at 10 o'clock In the Putnam chapel of funeral L. A. Of Cantral O. The pastor visited David detention home the boy told Mrs. Tax Schreiber doesn't I The matron then really do 4t. sure was the Hays Youth to Face Manslaughter Charge The dty today faced the prospect of going into the bus officer for business after the Zanesville Rapid Transit company 9n charm of second degree manslaughter were be- prepared afternoon by Perry County Prosecutor Robert Tague against 20, of 719 mont driver of the car in which three teen-age New Lexington girls were killed last Wednesday night announced hk decision day following meeting with the parents of the girls and Cpi Jack Bland's Right To Arrest Boy Is Questioned fied council that it could not continued The in a stated that it was cancelling its tract on Dec. 1 and offered to to the city its garage spare parts and to operate with Safety Director Charles Eland's request to city equipment The company said last night for an ordinance requiring the registration of handguns stirred net's Bland promptly that the proposal had come from Chief George Hodgson and Sheriff David He promised to investigate er and I'm I won't hesitate about admitting it club said they able offer would be refused An source said it would take at least to purchase the V wiO fight which they termed the step ward Luther director of ior firearms instruction for the notified the National Rifle Association In Washington of The rifle association has fully fought similar firearms moves in many cities and states on the ground that they would suppress the Constitutional guarantee of the to keep and bear Early this such a was killed at Cleveland the effort to force civilians to register their guns has been made in the Omo Opponents point to the fact that thf Sullivan law in New York state has deterred crime Opponents of registration point out that a bent on bing a is not about breaking a lesser law and holding op the cashier with an unregistered The criminal is able to by hte weapons by various including it is tbe biding zen would be subjected to the in- convenience of a permit before he is able to tar a aaM that if the Here II firm Is aat to take the thea the ctty to A fore the Pr obers Prepare Report WASHINGTON ber committee tackles today the At of McCarthy the state The prosecutor said the parents indicated at today's meeting that they were interested in seeing the young man prosecuted and they were advised to obtain counsel to assist them in their affairs In connection with the bo baaed kfe eMom to file tko atata the fatal The crash occurred on a curve on State Routa 37, just east of New young pie were after a with every it ignore his attack on fairness of its legal Tbe which may be cal of some of is to act as a guide to the Senate when it re- Roach had year to consider cooperated with the transit com- whether or not McCarthy's conduct pany and that an effort would be made to arrange a meeting with Harry W. Arnold of dent of the transit to the The company's Roach took council by Mayor Sherman Johnson ed that he met with bus officials last Tuesday and that Arnold informed him that an increase in fares would not solve the The mayor said the problem was one for council to Bus tickets for adults sen four for 50 with single fares 15 cents The company's letter signed by declared that it tad no quarrel with Teamsters AFL which represents driven and bat can BO operations Tan to Yoshida May Testify In Kickback Scandal TOKYO Minister geru political decided today that he should obey unprecedented summons to testify before a Diet connection with a kickback The decision was reached at aa emergency meeting of and Liberal party leaders after an Diet voted the summons earner Previously tbe Minister indicated be the even action could result to a Ike or kO A wil make final bat he to Seven Days To Register If you live in Zanesville and have not voted for tbe two or if you wiH become 21 on or before Nov. 2, you moat ter to qualify for a vote at Nov. 2 If you nave chanced you most If you have moved the city since you last you moat transferor Idee your right to for registration I p. m. oa Sept. 22. WHERE TO board of tion office on the second floor of the on Market WHEN Between 9 a. m and p. m. daffy except brief trip to Junction City to visit one of the girl's friends Killed were Wanda Wilson and Lena A. both 16, and Mari- lyn Joanne 17. Judy 15, another in the con- vertible escaped with minor in- The prosecutor reported last that he had obtained a ed statement from the Jolly girl which confirmed the state patrol's conclusion that the crash was the result of excessive Young Hays was dismissed from Good Samaritan hospital Sunday He had been under treatment for a Called in Probe Ohio A former merits Whether the committee will make specific for will content with factual has not been As the public ensure hearings wound up late man Wations said that E. Wallace the com- counsel and Guy G De Ws had their best to be in presenting evidence on five main categories of charges leveled at But McCarthy and his Edward Bennett con- tended that Chadwick and De ria had been acting as. They they any to the two attorneys contribute will hotd that thy overstepped the on one or more of tbe principal counts against And McCarthy said be was I disturbed by a statement of Sen. that the Jury doesn't have to be was a reference to previous statement that many members of the Senate have taken for or against and that they cannot for that reason be from voting when the Senate considers tbe censore Watkins made the statement ly bi the censure bearings when McCarthy questioned whether Sen. Edwin C Johnson could e an impartial verdict in view some previous statements about McCarthy and Johnson kter shook hands The Tarsi to Page Washington State congressman has been subpenaed to appear today before a House gating subversion in the Dayton committee sources The subpenaed witness is former Rep. Hugh who served in Congress in the days of the New Committee sources said Delacy us been an active official of the Party for several years and has been a resident of Cleveland for the last The nature of probable testimony was not disclosed Delacy was the surprise witness that the committee had promised earner in the day it would attempt to produce on the second day of a scheduled three-day hearing Chairman Gordon is a chance be might not snow Tbe FAT Ohio pay of jurors in Butler County b been increased to from H wi of the surprise scheduled in the wake of a busy first day which saw the groundwork of the hearing kid by a former FBI undercover agent inside the Communist One witness refused to answer any questions even though banded a offer of and School Bus Hit by Auto Six pupils and the driver of a Hopewell school bus escaped ury yesterday afternoon when it was struck In the rear by an auto- mobile driven by a 70-year-old man as it stopped at Mount the highway patrol reported The driven by Truby W. 59, of had stopped on old U. S. Route 40 to discharge when it was rammed a car operated by John W. sett of East The bus and auto were damaged was arrested for reckless driving and was fined and costs when arraigned last night be- fore Mayor E. C. Baird at Stanley 23, of 724 Park street was fined and costs by also for reckless Morse's the highway patrol struck the rear of an auto- mobile driven by F. 19, of 722 Munson The accident occurred on the West pike last night another witness risked a possible contempt citation by refusing to a aeries of questions out invoking the Fifth 2 Arrested After Attempt To Sell 30 Cases of Beer WOMAN Onto War Wh annual state t WM Mrs FWI at of protection against self The flnt day's hearing failed to produce a single mention of ed subversive activity at in nearby Yellow But it did the fact one witness summoned by tbe tee is Be is M. former Democratic state senator and former tary of the hute Electrical Workers LocU 718 before that union was expelled from the in far reported left winf Committee said a Dayton real estate cannot be located so a subpena can be Two young OMB were ed feat ki after sag to of they admitted from sir force peat fa Hat of crt 25, of they to sefl the beer to a tavern poBre of Detectives Bernard without leave from faand ta the and be beM here the arrival of Titty wfl be to Ac far HT OWo 19. was today when a car be was went out cf control and over south of Onto Earl myt today a raa over him northwest An the Stark County track ran Lawyer The right of Safety tor Charles Bland to make an arrest was challenged in court today by Michael lawyer representing a 19 Maysville avenue youth me of In a motion today raised the question of the Safety Director's authority to make sue an The caae from tht arrest 7 aa youth Withers Named Service Director Street Marian W. Withers ww to the post of service director succeeding J. whose resignation took effect Sept. 1. Mayor Sherman who announced the appointment said Withers was chosen for the cabinet position cause of tht outstanding job he us done as street aad Czechs Fire On Border Patrol Germany Army patrol was fired on by a Czech border patrol day the vicinity of near the Czech Eu- ropean headquarters of the U 5 Army disclosed The Army said the U. S. patrol did not return tbe and no Americans were injured by the approximately 35 rounds fired from an automatic One ber of the U. S. patrol saffered an ankle injury when be leaped from ms The U. S. patrol was from the 1st Battalion of the 2nd Armored Cavalry he was on North Bland charted tht with reckless driving and ordered him to appear in municipal court the following Wolfe innocent and hU hearing is scheduled for The IBed by make aa ta tW tint the taw to make aa la taw a he waMs to the The affidavit with reckless driving was signed by lice Chief George who said today that Bland is authorized to make such Hodgson said he personally a the oath to Bland giving him powers of e special Municipal Judge Robert Merry said he will announce his decision tomorrow on Tanner's motion have the werk be the mayar The service director's salary to a compared with as The mayor said there has been no decision on the appointment of a man to fill former Withers has been occupying the service director's desk at dty hall the resignation of gave up the post to re- tbe practice of Before his appointment to the city job when Mayor Johnson took office the firat of this was already well known la and Muskingum county through his of the kingum county chapter of the tional Foundation for Infantile Inc As director of several successful campaigns for polio funds he has been praised by state and tional officials of the He lives at 223 Pine street with Us Mary and two Daniel and George He Is a ber of St. Thomas Catholic church Hospital Board Ready to Ask Bids The Good Samaritan hospital ad- board will meat tonight to make final arrangements to ask bids for construction of a three lion dollar addition to the The 14-mrmber board will meet at 8 in tne nurses Roy V is The work will get under way this fall and is due for completion in the spring of 1356 Dan Columbus has prepared plans and specifications for the new which wiU extend along Forest avenue from a poirt near Myrtle to Two dwellings on the facing on Forest have been X DT Otto ton men were killed yesterday when their automobiles collided at an intersection of two Allen ty The victims were Donald D. 71, and Albert 90, both of Cabinet Member to Speak At Lancaster's Field Day tary of tbe Interior Douglas Kay was scheduled to speak here work a unified program flood Local officials nave planned a field day to celebrate start of the Hocking It k of tZ projects in the Sen. Mbm W. and Gov. Frank J. also to lor flai ware vided ay 19K to mit development of a cooperative venture in which Mate and local agencies might snare In soil and water One of the day features was be a air Kit over the watershed from the Anchor kg Airport north of Tbe air tour gives a view of parti of the dams under and the flood plain area of toun also were ar- 49, Enrollment Up Classes at college resumed today with a larger en- than a year College announced that 740 reported for classes in comparison with the 696 who were enrolled at the end of the first mester last year They said they expected the present to increase slightly as registration U still The k wMh laat For the time k eral The exact number enrolled in the other classes will not be ed for several During the the college en- topped the WO Then it dropped off slowly as fewer veterans became eligible for en- under the GI officials credited the increased enrollment to an sive campaign and the general trend of more young people The first chapel service of the year win be held at o'clock morrow morning with Dr. Robert college r i Democrat Elected Maine Governor solidly Republican toe two elected a cratic governor yesterday to steal the political limelight from nine other states Voters In the nine states picking party nominees tot 5 ate and 92 House and tor This will Just about wind up selection of In the Nov. 2 elections tor of the next New York State conventions and Rhode Island primaries kter this month wUl conclude the But it was the traditionally held two be- fore those in the other 4t stales that attracted most of Edmund S. Democratic National ousted GOP BartM M. Cross in voting which dent Nixon had described ka ad- vance as flirt tot or LONDON Mother Elizabeth will arrive in New York Oct. X for her visit to the United States and Canada She win sail from London Oct. 21' aboard the liner Queen she launched in 1938. Her were announced last front ber Clarence House The 53-year-oH mother of Queen H be tbe guest of and Mrs. at the House Nov. 4-C. She ako wul attend a convocation bi New k sponsored by celebrating Soil MMi and a and the Rtn given by baton kt New Nixon had campaigned for tht ticket a brWt in urging eveat greater majority than ever to herald Republican victories hi flat other 47 states in With all but 44 of the state's 626 precincts had votes while had 345 Republican Sen. Margarel Smith and the state's OOP House members all won although veteran Hale had a narrow Smith led Democrat A. a and Colby history by 132.5U votes to 93.391 la 580 With her to a second term Mrs. Smith said bopes her give impetus to a trend in November tor the IX nun rain dear Los cloudy rasa New dear New dear 22 n D.