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Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Cambridge, Ohio Today s thought and put no difference Between us and them purifying their hearts by Faith. Acts 15-9. Southeastern Ohio s great Home newspaper the daily jeffersonian showers tonight. Clearing cooler sunday. Low 63-70. Vol. 66 no. 22 Cambridge Ohio saturday evening september 21,1957 7c copy established 1824 she sees again mrs. Virginia minks 20, fort Worth tex., can see again a All because a Man kidnapped her. She was blinded in an automobile Accident july 3. Then a Man came to her trailer Home kidnapped her at gunpoint and later threw her from his car. A doctor said hers was a Case a psychological blindness and the kidnapping shocked her out it. Here she holds Blouse kidnapper Tore. Deadlock i Dndr Oken Ike cautions Faubus denies defeat one victims was Hitchhiker route crash Washington up a russians latest disarmament moves failed to break the East West deadlock arms controls officials said today. They said soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko a speech to the u. N. General Assembly adds up to a minor disarmament Concession. But they said it avoids key issues that have stalled disarmament agreements for la years. Officials said he did not give a a real some official interest was shown in Gromyko a proposal Friday to drop russians longstanding ban use atomic and Hydrogen weapons in warfare in favor a limited five year ban. This softened the soviet negotiated position at to recent London Chi armament talks and was described in final quarters As a Concession. But the general opinion was continued pare 2, col 3 famous composer Dies in Finland Helsinki up a Finland mourned today the death composer Jean Sibelius whose stirring music helped inspire the nation in its struggle for Freedom from Russia More than 60 years ago. Sibelius who would have been 92 dec. 8, died a brain Haemorrhage at his coun Britain got biggest Cut Washington up a a British owned Plantation in Mississippi received the agriculture department s biggest Price support loan in 1956�? $1,446,-605. The loan to Delta amp Pine land co., Scott miss., for 8,967 Bales Cotton was revealed today in the congressional record. It was More than double the next largest loan $705,648 which went to South Texas Rice farms Rosharon tex., for 125,-160 hundredweight Rice. Rep. Charles r. Brownson Rind put the figures in the record. Try Home Friday night even As British conductor sir Malcolm Sargent was lifting his Baton to conduct Sibelius fifth sym at University Hall in Helsinki. Flags fluttered at half staff today throughout Finland and a state funeral was planned for the Man who was revered As the country a leading citizen As Well As one the great composers All time. Sibelius a tall Bald Man had a Stern Gaffe that seemed Hen out Granite. His tone poem a find Landiak helped inspire his countrymen in their struggle to loosen russian Bonds. Reds president East Germany reported dying Newport. R. I. Up a president Eisenhower today counselled the people Little Rock ark., to comply with court ordered school integration Quot without the chief executive in a special statement expressed his first Public opinion the withdrawal Arkansas National guardsmen from Central High school in Little Rock in compliance with a temporary injunction issued by Federal District judge Ronald n. Davies. The president called withdrawal the troops by gov. Orval e. Faubus a a necessary step in the right a i am confident a he said a that the citizens the City Little Rock and the state Arkansas will Welcome this Opportunity to demonstrate that in their City and in their state proper orders a United states court will be executed promptly and without Little Rock. Ark. Up a gov. Orval e. Faubus today dumped Little rocks integration problem into the hands local and Federal authorities and disclaimed responsibility for any violence that May continued Page 2. Col. 5 kills two Young men three other persons Hurt two persons were killed and three injured at 11 15 clock Friday night when the car in which they were Riding careened out control and plunged into a ditch along u. S. Route 21, 1.6 Miles North Cambridge. Two die in crash two persons were killed and three others Hurt when the Auto above failed to negotiate a curve and plunged into a ditch identify 2 in shooting Seoul up a the United nations command today identified the two american airmen who shot and wounded two korean teen age girls at the Kun san air base last sunday. The two air Force guards were a-3c Carroll b. Taylor Cincinnati Ohio and a Basic Edward l. Young Philo J Ter Continental ballistic missiles the shooting occurred at a j has progressed from the re bomb dump area at the u. S. Air base. The girls Kim Yong 18, and Kang Kum Sun 17, were among a group eight koreans who were in the area. Air Force authorities said continued Page 2, col. 2 along u. S. Route 21, just North Cambridge late Friday night. Impact the crash threw All five occupants from the car. A photo by Janice Hoe dead arrival at Guernsey memorial Hospital were Clair Murphy 22, a Hitchhiker and Eugene Putman 21, Hockingport Both men apparently died instantly from a broken neck. Three other occupants the car were reported in a a fair condition at the Hospital saturday. They Are Donald crites 21, Parkersburg w. Va., Driver the car contusions the left leg and lacerations the head. Mrs. Eloise Anderson 22, Parkersburg contusions the left thigh sprained left ankle and Shock. Goldie Chapman 21, Parkersburg bruises and abrasions the left shoulder and Shock. The state patrol said the Accident occurred near the mrs. Hayes Ferguson Home when the northbound car failed to negotiate a curve. Investigating authorities said it apparently was travelling at a High rate Speed. The vehicle left the pavement and plunged into a deep ditch beside the pavement. Impact the crash threw All five continued Page 2. Col. I ballistic warfare by u. S. Forces stressed Washington up a a defense department spokesman said today work a guided missile designed to Knock Down 15,000-mile-an-hour m search to the development stage. The spokesman said that Means anti missle a a hardware is Haw becoming available in a test the. Disclosure followed the air Force announcement Fri missed the works Norton a. Up a a thief who stole 200 watches from a Salesman does no to have time his hands. The watches were dummies with no insides. Frankfurt Germany up a the Frankfurt newspaper Aben Post said today that East German president Wilhelm peek is dying at his Home in suburban Berlin. The West German newspaper said the 81-year-old communist president has been attended since wednesday by doctors who a Are certain he cannot be top East German government and party leaders have been called Back from vacation because Piecko a condition the paper said. Beck sends his reply Miami Beach up a teamsters president Dave Beck said that a letter replying to an Al Cio charge that the trucking Union was dominated by a a corrupt influences was in route today to Al Cio president George Meany in new York. Beck retiring and troubled chief the 1,400,000-Man Union refused to divulge what the letter said but the reply to the blistering Al Cio ethical practices committee charges was expected to be fiery. He said he dispatched the answer to Meany by Telephone via his Secretary in Washington. King Dies in sleep Day that radar has now been developed with a a eyes which can penetrate for 3,000 Miles to detect an intercontinental ballistic missile icbms. The Pentagon appears to have decided to relax slightly its tight secrecy missile and missile defense developments to counteract the flood claims from Moscow about soviet Progress in the Field. The russians claim their own tests show ballistic missiles can be fired anywhere in the world with a flight time measured in minutes. Russian claims at first implied five persons die in Pike collision Pittsburgh up a five i and mrs. Barbara e Young 22, Oregon persons including two j route i Box 87, Beaver Young children were killed Creek ore., and her daughter Friday evening when their a Patricia 18 months. King Haakon Vii Oslo Norway up a King Haakon Vii Norway died in his sleep today at the age j ther was no defense against and 85, plunging into sorrow a a icbms but have lately come Tion which had iodized its Mon around to the Long standing Arch for saying no to Hitler and american military View that traitor Quisling in the face Continua a 2. Col. 4 certain defeat. He was the worlds oldest reigning King and had ruled j Norway since it won i depend i ence from Sweden in 1905. Stolid norwegians hearing of1 his death by word Mouth radio and Black bordered new spa j new York up a a news pers stopped in the streets i boy gave the Fri its first Lead bowed their Heads removed in cracking the soviet spy ring continued a 2. Col 2 j allegedly masterminded by col. Rudolph Ivanovich Abel the newsboy in police tip to Mobile crossed the medial strip the Pennsylvania Turnpike and collided head with a tractor trailer. The dead were identified tentatively As John m. Kelley 26, 525 East Fairfield st., Gladstone ore., his wife Hazel 27, and their daughter Susan i the victims were Enro Ute from Brooklyn n. Y., to Cleveland to meet mrs. Youngs husband Donald who was a brother mrs. Kelley. State police said the two families had moved from Oregon about two weeks ago to Brook continued Page 2, col 2 France is facing a serious crisis talks stalled in Ohio Bell strike Deputy auditor killed by Auto Elyria o., up a Imja. I. A Ford 38 Cleveland a Demitz i today amid reports the latest Cuya hoga county auditor. I vandalism t0 company property had Walker Paris up a Premier Maurice Bourges Maunoury called France s party chieftains Back into session today in a desperate Effort to Avert the worst political crisis since the end the War. The deadlock was Over his Bill giving Home Rule to Algeria and Over his measures to end runaway inflation. Failure even continuation the political deadlock could bring Down the government and perhaps end the postwar fourth Republic. The positions both the right and the left appeared irreconcilable. The Gravity the situation was shown when no Compromise could be reached in a 12-hour session Friday although the government called the meeting a a last chances attempt. The government was desperately anxious to end the 35-month-old rebellion in Algeria and win world opinion to Frances Side. Daily news said today. James Bozart 17, received Al hollowed out Nickel stuffed pollc0 ii0v0nt j with microfilm his news Pap j j per route four years ago the Lois struck and fatally injured Here it i by an automobile Friday night old l1v0s oqv0u. While her Way to a Friend s funeral. News said and turned it in to j Cleveland up a con tin the Toledo and Cleveland Ponce tract talks Between the com-1 areas. Police admitted that the Coin Mun cations workers Ameri j the company charged that that amp int0 their hands Ca and the strike bound Ohio cd a negotiators had a Petu to Bra ugh Bozart was one Sev Bell Telephone co. Wert lastly a refused to bargain Over eral used by the spy ring to Ohio Bell offer and transmit american information i out the talks. It0 Russia. Bozart will be one 69 witnesses to appear at a posted a $5,000 Reward for in-1 ,1.1, a a a formation leading to the arrest and conviction persons involved in Cable slashing in Toledo and suburban Cleveland. Long prison terms Given Canton. O., up a three out state men received Long prison sentences Friday for wounding a Louisville Ohio policeman aug 8 and holding a family six captive for 24 hours in a vain attempt to escape capture. Springfield o., up a judge George n. Graham the police duty at Friday handed out consecutive 10-to youth brawling at Grid contest meanwhile the company has by device when hoist plunges ask injunction for violations polish reds tour China nights Springield Kent Roosevelt football game Here was doubled in a successful attempt to discourage another outbreak Post game brawling. Juvenile court judge Harry g. Gram Friday meted suspended sentences to boys Industrial school to seven boys lations the minimum wage Detroit up a a safety device was credited today with saving the lives six men who fell 200 feet Down a mine Shaft when a hoist Cable snap a Tokyo up Ped delegation from communist act. The device was a set Poland has arrived in piping the labor department called clamps installed in the l�200 capital red China. Piping for the injunction after Colum radio reported today. The poles i bus and Newark housewives headed by defense minister complained that Universal knit Gen. Marian Spychalski were Wear sold them $376 knitting a Cage carrying the men Back invited to red China by Pei machines which did not reap to the surface plunged Down pings defense minister mar the profits they were supposed Ward Friday when Cable snap Hal Peng tue Huai. I to. Ped. The safety clamps stopped the fall at the 900-foot level but it took five hours to com plete the Rescue. 25, 5-to-30 and l-to-20 year terms in the Ohio Penitentiary to the Trio for armed robbery kidnapping and shooting with intent to kill. Robert l. Kline 25, Phoenix Ariz. Billy Gene Rhodes 26, Anderson ind. And Walter j. Miller 28, los Angeles calif., who had met in the army had pleaded guilty. Columbus up a the u. I5 t0 a thin after the s. Department labor asked Springfield columbian West the Federal District court for an ame a week a injunction Friday against uni they were placed Proba refuse amnesty Versal knitwear inc., alleging Tion until their 21st birthday a military v deep Shaft the International Salt co. Mine in the downriver area near the Ford Rouge Plant temperatures Sunrise 6 13 a. Rn., Sunset 6 27 p. In saturday Low 70 saturday noon 75 Friday High 80 Washington up a Queens May come and Queens May go but capital Public school students will get no Holiday because it. District Columbia commissioners turned Down a suggestion that schools be closed oct. 17 when Britain a Queen Elizabeth pay a state visit to Washington. Shot by her sweetheart familiar voice David Ozersky 16, blinded and his face scarred by acid identifies the voice his alleged attacker Maurice Kessler 17. Right. Ozersky was showered with liquid Lye in a new York City High school classroom. The Lye burned 19 other pupils and a teacher. Kessler allegedly threw Lye at Ozersky because the victim was a complainant against him in a morals Case. Gunshot wounds fatal to ohioan Canton up a maoris Nesby 35, Malvern died in mercy Hospital Friday gunshot wounds received in a gun Duel sept. 2 in which he killed his father in Law Thomas mor Ria 48. Girl Speaks after year s coma new Orleans up a Auto her Mother who has kept up 20-year-old girl came out a a Long bedside Vigil at her year Long coma Friday and daughters bedside spoke to her Mother for the first j a i talked to her and she aniline since she was accidentally j Ewe red me a the girl s Mother shot by her sweetheart. Said. A i was so thrilled i could Carolyn Shretta who was hardly wounded sept to 1956, talked mrs. Chetta did not reveal Carolyn a first words but she said after she heard her daughter mumble she rushed to get the supervisor at the Catholic Charity Hospital sister Lorenza. A we had often prayed together that Carolyn would get Well. When sister asked a How Are you doing Carolyn a she said mrs. Chetta said. Carolyn was wounded the eve her wedding to her policeman Fiance. She and patrolman Joe Bergeron had gone continued Pate 2. Col. J

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