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Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - December 28, 1957, Cambridge, Ohio My Southeastern Ohio s great Home newspaper today s thought daily jeffersonian the Young Lions do Lack and suffer hunger but they that seek the lord shall not want any Good thing. A psalms 34 10. Cam8ri06e, Orio All America Cit Cloudy colder tonight. Sunday Cloudy Little temperature change. Low 28-35cambridge, Ohio saturday evening december 28, 1957 established 1824 7c cop commit murder4 y outs new York up a four youths ranging in age from 17 to 22, stood before the bar of Justice. Each in his turn heard the same solemn words from judge James p. Mcgratton. Quot this court sentences you to die in the electric chair in sing sing prison the week of february in the May god have mercy on your it was the first time in Queens county court history that four defendants were sentenced to death for one murder. The four were convicted dec. La by a jury of la men and one woman for the Holdup slaying of Delicatessen proprietor William Boser 61. The jury failed to recommend mercy making the death sentence mandatory. Continued on Page 2. Col. 8 gets life a a Superior court jury in los Angeles Calif., which convicted l. Ewing Scott of first degree murder in the disappearance of his wife has decreed that Scott should be sentenced to life imprisonment. Scott 61, a self styled investment counsellor is pictured As he heard the guilty verdict which waa rendered six Days before the imprisonment sentence was imposed. Gettysburg. A. Up a in the quiet seclusion of his farm president Eisenhower today neared a final figure on the heavy Cost next year of making the nations missile might equal russians. White House press Secretary James o. Hagerty said a determination of the size of the 1958 defense a has not been made definitely a but i think it will be defense officials were reported to have submitted recommendations in excess of 40 billion dollars. Budget director Percival Brundage was expected Here next week along with other High administration officials to help Complete the presidents Jan. 9 state of the Union message and a later budget message to Congress. The chief executive also planned to play the part of the doting Grandfather to his four grandchildren on the first full Day of his new year Holiday week of work and rest Here. Or. And mrs. Eisenhower motored to the farm Friday afternoon accompanied by three of their grandchildren. Hagerty declined to confirm or deny reports that the president would include a 500 million Dollar fund in the new Bud continued on a 2. Col. I Amonate a. Up a res Cue workers headed to the surface today Wilh the bodies of la Coal miners who died of Flash Burns and concussion in a Gas explosion 500 feet underground. Discovery of the bodies this morning ended a search operation that began at 6 30 p. In. Friday when the blast occurred More than two Miles from the main employees Entrance to the sprawling mine. Families of the dead men waited at another Entrance for the bodies to reach the surface. Fourteen other men were trapped for six hours in another Section of the mine but were freed and reached the surface unhurt. They had protected themselves from poisonous fumes by stretching Canvas Over openings in the Shaft. Rescue Crews sent word to the surface that All of the victims had been killed by Flash Burns and concussion rather than by suffocation or by being crushed. The mine Amonate no. 31, is Only a few Miles from the Bishop va., mine where 37 miners were killed in an underground explosion last feb. 4. Both shafts Are owned by the same company the Pocahontas fuel co., of Bluefield w. A. 175 others unhurt w. A. Fullerton special As sit ant to the president of Pocahontas fuel co., said about 175 continued on Pax 8. Col 5 getting ready eight of the new Lockheed a manned missile fighters the f-104a Star fighters Are lined up on the ramp at the u. S. Air Force Jet Center in Palmdale Calif. The planes Are being readied for Early assignment to key units of the air defense command. Moscow up a soviet communist party chief Nikita Khrushchev is streamlining the party leadership by bringing in his old and tried associates of former Days informed sources said today. The sources said Khrushchev sold friends Are being brought from key provincial positions to take up prominent posts in the two powerful party organizations the presidium and the secretariat of the Central committee. With a few exceptions a notably Premier Nikolai Bulgarin and Trade chief Anastas Mikoy and the presidium now consists of professional party officials. Allio members of the secretariat of the Central committee Are either full or candidate alternate members of the policymaking presidium it was noted. The Central committee now is More Active than at any time since the Early years under Lenin and Stalin As Khrushchev continued on pair 2. Col. A it when George Pierce or. Decides to take a snooze it is truly a cat Nap As his pet Kitty curls up on Georgies legs to enjoy the rest period. Little Georgies father George sr., is a staff photographer on the Memphis scimitar and just resist shooting this appealing picture. Red Aid offer aimed at West Britain quits planes output Arzumanyan offered everything from factories to hospitals with no strings attached. He attacked american Aid As loaded with interference in the Domestic affairs of the receiving countries. He coupled the offer with Strong urgings that african and continued on Pax 2. Col. 2 Cairo up a Western observers today viewed a sweeping soviet Aid offer to african and asian nations As the opening shot in a new russian cold War offensive against the West. The offer was made Friday to unofficial delegates from 37 nations attending an afro As Lan a a Solidarity conference. Delegates from Kenya and Afghanistan arrived Friday night raising the total to 39. The 400 delegates a predominantly communists or leftists discussed the russian offer excitedly today. They spoke of new opportunities for their Awakening continents. Soviet Delegate Anushavan claims she saw killer Atlanta up a a waitress at a truck terminal in North Charleston s. C., said today she is a almost positive she spotted one of two gunmen who killed two persons in Washington d. C., Early Friday then fled South in stolen cars. The waitress identified Only est a Marie said she believed that Henry Clay Overton 44, object of a Southeastern wide search because of his part in the Washington shooting had breakfast about 4 a. In. Today in the restaurant where she is employed. I Overton and Wayne Carpenter i continued on Pax 2. Col. I _ san Diego. Calif. Up a two new Atlas intercontinental ballistic missiles have arrived at Cape canaveral fla., test Center and Are ready for testing according to a copyrighted Story by the san Diego Union. The newspaper said the two 80-foot missiles left the con Vair astronautics Plant Here a week ago just three Days after the first successful test of an Atlas icbms at Cape canaveral on dec. 17. The firing followed two earlier missiles which were destroyed in flight when they continued on Page 2. Col 2 patrolman shot by his own gun in disturbance newsprint Price probe Somerset a. Up a a head on automobile collision on the Pennsylvania Turnpike Friday took the lives of a new Jersey couple and a new York Man and caused serious injuries to a Brooklyn woman. State police said Dallas d. Binning 24. Jackson Heights n. Y., was driving his Fiance Faith d. Catlin 26, Brooklyn to visit his relatives in Coshocton. Ohio when his car skidded on an icy spot. The Binning car travelling West skidded across the medial strip and was struck by an eastbound station Wagon drive continued on Page 2. Col 7 talks held in France Washington up a Fri agents have begun an investigation of the newsprint Industry in this country a Justice department spokesman said today. The investigation for the double purpose of getting information for a report to Congress next year and to seek evidence of possible illegal Price fixing is being carried out under the anti Trust division of the Justice department. The Federal agents Are examining the records of a number of american newsprint firms and american companies affiliated 1 with Canadian paper companies. Columbus up a miss Esther r. Hardy Fremont a Republican today was appointed chairman of the state Board of liquor control to succeed Robert Koch of Wert. Miss Hardy now in her second term on the Board was originally appointed in 1953 by former gov. Frank j. Lausche. Gov. William of Neill reappointed her last april and named her chairman today. Prior to her appointment to the Board miss Hardy was serving her third term As a state representative in the legislature. She resigned to accept the appointment. outs a eat Man fatally Paris up a u. N. Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold began a series of meetings with top French officials today in an apparent Effort to improve relations Between France and Egypt. Hammarskjold flew Here from Rome Friday night for a Day of informal talks with Premier Felix Gaillard and foreign minister Christian Pineau. The u. N. Chief made the Stopover at Pineau a request. He has just spent several Days in Egypt visiting with the u. N. Emergency Force and conferring with egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser and other top egyptian leaders. 130 persons to be killed might turn to Russia Akron o. Up a the son of a prominent realtor was beaten fatally Early today by two youths who claimed he a a approached them on notorious Howard St. The victim was Harrison b. Marting 49, son of e. L. Marting who died in St. Thomas Hospital six hours after the beating. Police arrested Carl Sebeny 16, and Henry Effland 17, on the basis of witnesses descriptions. Both have police records. Police said Sebeny admitted hitting Marting once but his injuries indicated repeated blows. Jakarta Indonesia up a foreign minister sub Andrio today indicated Indonesia might turn to the communist bloc for arms if it is unable to get them from the United states. Sub Andrio said Indonesia had repeatedly requested permission from the . State department to Purchase american weapons but that no decision had been made by Washington. Quot the government will seek another Market unless the . Decides to provide the arms he was quoted As telling local newsmen. Cleveland up a patrolman Richard Hrabak 29, was slightly wounded today when his gun discharged As he investigated a disturbance. The shooting occurred at an apartment of Frank Stutz a jeweler. Police said Hrabak and his partner patrolman John Butler forced their Way into the apartment when Stutz and two other persons refused to open the door. Officials said a scuffle began and Hrabak a gun discharged. The jeweler and his two companions were arrested. Paper strike is in second week Drunken Driver kills two girls Chattanooga Tenn. Up a a car driven by a Soldier ran into the porch of a Home Here yesterday pinning two girls against a Brick Wall and crushing them to death. The victims were Beverly Ann Pointer 5, and Priscilla Walker 9. The Soldier pfc. Franklin Pullom 24, was charged with murder by Drunken driving. Dayton o. Up a the Day. Ton newspaper strike entered its second week today with no solution in sight. The walkout of the International mailers Union against the of term. I daily news and morning journal Herald began dec. 20. The papers have not published since. Hollywood up a actress Diane Jergens became lost while driving to a film location area about 40 Miles Northwest of Hollywood. She overshot the area by to Miles but eventually found the right Road. The name of the picture is a Island of lost Columbus will not have mayor for four Days Columbus up a Ohio a capital City will be without a mayor for the first three and a half Days of 1958. Mayor m. E. Sensenbrenner left to attend the Rose bowl game this week and he wont be Back until Jan. 4. Or. O. J. Firlinger Council president is the acting mayor. However fillingere a term of office expires Jan. I. The new Council will not meet to pick another Council president until Jan. 6. Remove patients As fire sweeps Hospital Wing Troy o. Up a a fire fed by a broken Gas main destroyed a Section of the Stouder memorial Hospital late Friday night. None of the 200 patients in the Hospital were injured. Firemen moved nearly 50 of them from the burning Section of the building to another Wing of the Hospital. The Blaze believed to have started in a basement storeroom was brought under control within an hour. Man continues to prove big Puzzle construction of school to Start Home Brewer fined Chicago up a Albert Way 45, was fined $250 dollars for failing to notify the internal Revenue service of his Home brewery despite his double barrelled defense. Way said he made Only 36 quarts drinking half of it himself Selling the rest for 25 cents a quart. Under Bond for the grand jury Chardon o. Up a former county welfare director James d. Lisle continued his Freedom on $500 Bond today after being bound Over to the grand jury on an adultery charge. Lisle was fired As welfare director following an extra marital affair with a Divorcee mrs Patricia Lee Marks Mother of four and one of Lisle a welfare clients. Lisle said he fathered her unborn child. Columbus up a police were As puzzled As Ever today about the statements of Rayn Bert Albert of Lakewood who disappeared last Jan. 17. The Man appeared Here at a Church on Christmas eve and told a minister of a murder which he said he committed last january. He said his name was Don Mack. However research proved there were no unsolved crimes of the Type he confessed. Later Fri files indicated Mack was Albert a map Salesman. Alberto a car and Billfold were found the Day of his disappearance but he was not seen or heard of since. His Mother identified him thursday night. Additional questioning brought out that Albert had been in Amarillo tex., about the same time a wave of arson continue on Page 2. Col 6 the Board opened bids Friday afternoon and at its evening meeting announced the Low bidders. The signing of contracts is expected to be done within a few Days. There were eight bidders on continued on Page 2. Col. I Morristown a Knowlton construction co., of Bellefontaine with a bid of $647,100, was Low bidder on a project of building a High school Here it was announced following the meeting of the Union Board of education Friday evening. Others not convinced accused judge defends self Why not rent it warm clean sleeping rooms close in. Pm. 0-0000. And other Tennessee areas. The probe was a directed share in at me and no one else a Schoolfield said and termed the entire investigation a a consummate plot on the part of certain people of interests to de condoned on Pas i col. I temperatures if you have a nicely furnished warm sleeping room Why not Tell someone about it with a jeffersonian want and. Phone 2-3231. Sunrise 7 52 a. Rn., Sunset 5 05 p. In. Saturday Low 33 saturday noon 43 Friday High i s up four

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