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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1957, Zanesville, Ohio THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL if Press AP Telephotos 93KD 241 14 PAGES APRIL 9, 1957 SEVEN OHIO Mostly fair and cool A few snow flurries near Lake Chance of frost mostly fair and a little warmer Yesterday's High 39 Today's Low 6 a.m. Today 38 One Bundle of Good Luck in First Litter Committee Urges Prompt Water Meter Installation Prompt of water meters for the -A ho new their biKs on a was today by the Committee which has been studying the needs of i. isle's water The present water adopted last should re- main in force until there has been a chance to study the in- come available after meters have been it was The of which Roy E. Wilson is ted its report to city and Major Sherman Johnson at a meeting last Its findings were on a of 22 I City in legislation proved in 1956, ed a waterworks 121- provement program and last ember appointed a committee to help guide it setting up a To secure invasion for other the committee directed that the the of As the committee recommenced that council set uo a meter and re- A be to set up a expenditures i of nature -n for the of said be declaring i ters are the The committee estimated that i of consumption Waterworks s out tms save for reach 31.137 000. j vears With this of business This be it was recommended that I pendent of the Water Accounting the Water ces be from the second to i the committee the first floor of for ed the to begin complete in- rehabilitation of 4.200 meters now in The which began its study last ed considerable time to the cf billing and ing water scoring the and buggy long used bv the Wa- ter Members of the special com- are Rev Leory H. Frank Turn To Page 6 gray and white bundle seems out of piace in aj the of had to be different The have ta ask Socks the mother ter is the first for who ro June of 193! to Socks is black except for her throat and three of Dresden her kitters are But which will be known 1935 Doctor Acquitted In Widows Death Pill to Tell Inside I Story of Digestive Tract DR. ADAMS Canal Opened ToBig Tankers to use tre em- ber the at Port Said the first cav the opened to as c: to 20.060 the SeVan f-r c v. tre Tre Second Charge Promptly Quashed LONDON Dr. John Adams was acquitted todav of charge of murdering an old widow to get a chest of anti- que silver and a Rolls Royce from her j Art. Gen. Sir Reginald a secret indictment accusing Adams nf a second patient last Dr Adams was allowed to walk out of the courtroom on bail but he 3tiH has minor charges ing over of violating the mation act The jury of 10 men and en deliberated only 44 minutes in acquitting the 53-year-old society The verdict ended j a 17-day hearing in famed Old the murder trial in j Adams had been arrested r. John T. Farrar places frequency modulation radio antenna on stomach of Dr. Vladimir K. to demonstrate how FM radio waves are picked up from a shown as it passes through body's gastrointestinal A plastic pill number of his The one- inch radio station was patients In the seaside resort S demonstrated M y at the Rockefeller The 250-Dound physician had A can innocent to the crown's a drink or water The that he had Dumped the capsule broadcasts sr. e coses of heroin and morphine tion as it passes through the Mrs. Edith Alice stomach and to rum her into a A doctor holds a radio receiver xia to end ner to the patient's body and up the signals from Adams did not take the traveling radio transmits data in his Mrs. muscular contractions and fluid body was and the or gaseous hinged largely on the The radio is a tiny transistor testimony cf medicai ex- It has a life of from for the prosecution and to 24 Ohio Storm to Five 14 inches of Snow In Cleveland Area The Associated A spring storm which dumped to to inches of snow in em Ohio was blamed todav for deaths in Greater Schools were closed in industries were thrown off schedule by power failures rush hour traffic were The U. S. Weather Bureau the which started about noon had piled 1-4 inches in the Heights areas Cleveland's East Side A six-inch was reported at Cleveland kins which was closed plane i Ten inches of snow was at In the Central jarea rain changed toj sleet and hail and finally to accompanied by thunder and The U. S. Weather Bureau Columbus said several inches of snow was anticipated in and Western Ohio during the The snowfall tapered off in the Cleveland area today and the forecast said the weather be mostly and con- cold in the area today with ja high of 40 were in the low South Struck by Six Killed and Many Injured The home of Manuel Lawrence at was one of those destroyed by a tornado which struck the Sir southern states were swept bv tornadoes late yesterday Bear Brunt of Rescue Facilities Taxed to Limit E. K. C. Deadly tornados swirled across K Carolines and Virginia last night after hirting three other em states andif Is Sent To Penitentiary Cleveland area deaths weather j 1 James 34. bv electric wires broken by thel caused by the isnow as he stepped out of or a automobile after the wires hit lashed IZ Special The At least six were all in Nordi and more NEW LEXINGTON were injured as business and dwellings were torn to 23. of Ironton was ied to Ohio Penitentiary today he pleaded guilry in court to participating iin the holdup at the perry County Man Burned Retired Miner's House Destroyed a retired i miner who observed his 8Ist lay was burned this morning when fire destroyed his five-room frame Muse on Buzzard south of Williams lived He was taken hospital in the Crooksville emergency squad bulance and was reported ly burned about the legs and less seriously about the hands and Fire was discovered by a ing who notified viile When they the house was a mass of flames and nothing could be done to keep it from billing to the according to bers of Crooksville emergency managed to get of the house himself although he is partially Origin of the fire was not de- the opinion an oil cooking stove Ivan Crooksville fire has asked Perry county Sheriff Dave Moore to conduct an investigation of the He said was found in a condition on front porch of the house and when aroused wanted to go back in the jof the South with damaging winds Patro iger here March 2. There was also the that someone may have been in the house with Baker as retired miners in the area often get together for Baker said a search wiil be made of the when they William a guard at na Wayne 23, John of Ohio ine capsule takes from i he said ihe six davs to pass the could have Dr. Vladimir K. to end Mrs. vision tube and Dr. deferse T. Farrar of the New York f 2- to T-e 12 Australia 503 cf the treatment was not un- Administration h o such cases the widow demonstrated the rad Suffered a stroke twa vears the piH Farrar's that the treatment to ease her cast of was He estimated attorney general said the jhe be ras been set indictment concerned the or re Set at 12 Men Ciarles F. 65, who collapsed and died after worst of last night's shoveling snow off his whirled their black James T. 57. a 150-miie who died after shoveling northeastern South Carolina and snow at his eastern North v i. Ernest A. Baiey 15. Four members of two Highway Patrol which was arraignment will be T. In addition to the ay a New Central as a wister the Gov. C. todav SQuad to Ohio 01.. 10. atiu 01 jDale G. 17, both of families living across tne ent Fred killed when their car was road from each other died in their Ohio High a y during the peak of a wmd to were out in most of rainstorm on the edge of the Monday spreading tornado last summer of has been tested two after Further tests are V ri sr. of m Selective city manager of J and salt and plowing Hospital of the er under way the veterans Service C WASHINGTON Thomas Kills four months her a died in Sotr Mr. aid Mrs were of Dr. Her death was officially recorded as suicide DONEGAN overdose of hearing to Dr. tre the tion had blamed the doctor for deaths of both Mrs. and r -a ma term on tne Dr Adams call otrer Roll in her to the board 21 5. 7. of Thomas 5. 1. I. when he who was elected to ode I. a-d Supreme i -e cate 15 men are to he inducted next to fill the April Ma. he a or Lower Ohio River Union Approves Reuther Policies from isolated areas f k c r 2 i in a-d 0- o r a ana a road Orio River is west to a water its barks in next tour the crest s be above f ATLANTIC Walter P. Reuther cav to be in firm of tSe Xorn Auto alter r Aav v tO 3. Y trom rer Ir a-d V as a t-i C S De m Justice Sir the jury was s it to decide of the Rev. Retire Years as Pastor To Page 6 i Rev. L A sr tre oa s Low Practice Faces Probe tor of Central Melodist J church for the past IS his farewell sermon to his congregation on June 2. to a close one the record in Ohio A Methodist is to ex- Pleas has started only by that of the late irto unauthorized law James H. who served Stark Trinity M E. church for a quarter of a Mr. Schreiber's retirement tn The Signal Chairman B. said T' ril hearings would aaa Births Classified Comics Crossword Puzzle Deaths Serial Story Sports Weather Map Women's News 12 with who have in the will died before the Ohio effective at the annual Compensation conference to be held at ard the State Bureau of June 4-9- His successor announced at the will hear later ence on Saturday June S. Mr. was to the local church at the 1941 con- Turn To Page 6 S n 10 12 If 3jon activities of real estate 11 collection 14 banks and building and loan 7 he some from a faction his to increase basic urion to a Convicted Newark opposition cav an arti Killer Appeals led bv Carl of the 4-5.000 member Ohio Cab Driver Coaxed hrom Suicide Perch on Bridge W fav cs as Sa Ir. wires for a- atop of tre Street District Court of Appeals will hear the Potomac A critic of urged his followers to E- 32. a call when the Judes C. B. Of a question comes up for a Canton c ad he said take a a of convention's 3.2r-n execution and he wasn't ever was found 5 it. said ne in the slaving Sept. 15 cues increase none of it Marv Dunn of i jis going to the strike He said present jd strike fund should be in- DIES REV. L. A. SCHREIBER I creased to at least 100 millions 1 had everything his own wav An estimated 97 per of fhe delegates approved his plan ting up a public board to act as a watchdog on union ethical FT Mrs Virginia Bell 53, of former Ohio Secretary of State Charles died in a hospital here Monday after eral Mrs. Sweeney was the sister of Ohio Supreme Court Judge James F. an and screaming inter- the man stood on the superstructure without and several times was blown off. Once he grabbed a ind swung out over the He sat on a DENTELL SAGER Finally PvT. John Timmors rook over the tried the cigarette don't Km me Sager shouted in response fo sneaker pleas to come n f he was co v ant a rom Ballistics Test Exonerates Suspect Or T day after a- FBI police Weather Elsewhere fBy The snow 32 Los cloudy New clear New SPOW 51 St. clear 3S cold and San cloudy 44 1 31
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