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Coshocton Tribune (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Coshocton, Ohio Phone numbers news room 170 subscriptions classified and display ads 205 the Coshocton Tribune Weathe Cloudy occasional Snow t o d a y colder tonight and monday. Vol Xix no. 153 full Lead Wirt report of the dotted Frew Coshocton 0., sunday morning january 26, 1958 Best of newspaper and pictorial sen rec ten cents Ike directs defense re organization West Virginia gop chief will get Senate seat Hoblitzell named to Post vacated by Neely s death a w. Va., Jan. 25 up John d. Hoblitzell jr., 45 year old West Virginia Republican chairman was appointed today by gov. Cecil h. Underwood to the u. S. Senate to succeed the late sen. Mattehw m. Neely. Hoblitzell said he will leave to Morrow for Washington to be sworn in monday. Necly demo cratic Veteran of five Senate terms died last saturday in the Bethesda hd., naval Hospital outside Washington. The democrats Senate major Ity will thus be reduced from 50 46 to 49-47. Hoblitzell who guided under Wood s successful Campaign for governor in 1956 to end 24 consecutive years of democratic control of the West Virginia state government will serve until the Vot ers decide in the november Gen Eraf elections who will Complete the final two years of Neely s term. The Only elective office Hoblit Zell has held was As a member of the Wood county w. Va., school Board. He ran for Republican Nomina Tion to Congress from the state s 4th District in 1956, but was Defeated by will e. Neal. Neal sub sequently d e f e a t e d incumbent democratic rep. M. G. Burnside in the general election. Hoblitzell was Given much of the credit for bringing together War ring state gop factions in 1956, although voter registration is overwhelmingly democratic re publicans gained substantial pluralities in the general election for president Eisenhower Cha Mai Revercomb for u. S. Senate Anc Underwood for governor. West Virginia will be represented for at least until november by two Republican senators for the first time in 27 years. Revercomb is completing the term of the late democratic sen. Harley m. Kil Gore. He will seek a full term next fall marking the first time state voters have been called on to fill two Senate seats in a single election. Underwood himself is known to have aspirations for the u. S. Sen ate and has been viewed for some time As a probable candidate in 1960 for the Neely seat. Presumably Hoblitzell would step aside their should he be elected to the unexpired term. Bigger sputnik due russian Leader says Moscow Jan. 25 up Nikita s. Khrushchev in a speech made Public today said the two Oviet sputnik Are by no Means the last word in soviet science and he c o u p l e d the statement with a fresh Call for a very urgent East West Summit conference he said again that the soviet Union can and shall probably launch another e a r t h satellite double and More than double the weight of sputnik i and ii. Sputnik 1 weighed 184 pounds. Sputnik ii still circling the Earth in space weighs More than half a ton. The we gals were announced by soviet scientists at the t Ime of the launching last oct. 4 and nov. 3. Great Salt Nev. Lake desert Wendover fab Robert voting famed rail financier ends his life missile Alley both the air Force and Navy have announced plans to set up Inland ranges from California to Utah Lor the testing of advanced aircraft manned and unmanned. The air Force rocket ship.x-15, which will take a Man into space next year is expected to soar a Hundred Miles High at speeds of thousands of Miles an hour in its journey Over the sparsely settled land Between Edwards and Wendover air Force bases see newsman. The Navy Range will be used to test the guidance system of the supersonic regulus ii Jet missile. Initial tests will be from Edwards fab to the army proving grounds at Dugway. Latar firings will take place from Point Mug and from ships in the san Nicolas area. The full Range bout 500 Miles Long will be ready for use in August. Murdered doctor wife found in burning Home Vinings ga., Jan. 25 up. The bodies of a bludgeoned physician Aud his wife who appeared to have been bound and gagged and the carcass of their imported watchdog were found t o i Day in the smouldering ruins of their secluded antique f i l led country Home. J sheriff Ernest Sanders said or. Woman convicted in Shotgun killing 01 boastful mate Pittsburgh Jan. 24 up mrs. Mildred Duncan 33-year-old Mother of two children w a s found guilty of voluntary Man Slaughter today for the Shotgun slaying of her Pilot husband. A jury of six men and six women deliberated four hours before finding mrs. Duncan guilty. Voluntary manslaughter car Ries a maximum penalty of 6-to 10 years in prison or a $6,000 Fine or both. Mrs Duncan who killed her husband Gene 32, last May Witk two blasts from a 16-gauge shot gun showed Little emotion As the verdict was read. She maintained the same Calm sorrowful appear Ance that she has shown through out the six Day trial. Defense attorney John v. Snee filed for a new trial immediately after the verdict was announced to a nearly empty courtroom. Visiting judge j. Frank Graff of Armstrong county deferred sen tence and mrs. Duncan was re turned to her cell by deputies. Mrs. Duncan killed her Hus band because he had bragged to her of his infidelities. The shoot ing climaxed an argument in the Duncan s pleasant Hills Home after the wife found l i p s t i c k Marks on a shirt belonging to her husband a private p n i i n i. Camp. .38apparent by was waylaid As he reached Home last night after delivering a baby at Atlanta s Crawford Long Hospital where he is a staff physician. His wife mrs. Dallas Graham Camp 53, a nurse in his office whom he met while he was Chiel medical corps surgeon with army occupation forces at Rome Italy apparently then Lay bound and gagged in her bedroom with the dog at her Side Sanders said a Short while later a Distant neighbor spotted flames pouring from the roof of the Home Situ ated on a wooded Knoll Overlook ing a picturesque Chattahoochee River Valley Section dotted with country estates. The fire quickly destroyed the House. After the ruins cooled firemen found the woman s body and the Page 14. Please colourful new York ventral chief kills self uses Shotgun for suicide in Plush Palm Beach Home Palm b e a c Fla. Jan. 25 up Robert r. Young chair Man of the Board of the new York Central Railroad shot him self to death in his luxurious win ter Home Here today police said. Young go was found dead in the billiard room by members of Bis family. They told officers that the f financier Winner of Many Battles in his big business life had been despondent the last few police it. F. Hearing scheduled the Ohio Board of liquor control announced that a hearing in the Case of Thelma v. Legge per Mit Holder at pleasant inn off South of Coshocton will be held before the Board in Columbus at 8 30 . Jan. 30. The liquor Board charges that the establishment violated tire state liquor Laws by allegedly sell ing Beer to a minor last oct. 17. Syria and Egypt ready to merge Cairo up syrian Premier Sabri Assali announced today that his Cabinet has adopted Al executive Steps for joining Syria and Egypt into a single state. Formal proclamation of their federation is expected next week it would coincide with the Bagh dad pact meeting in. Ankara Turkey which was called to tighten the pro Western front in the Middle East. Syrian president Shukri Elk Watly will arrive Here in the a Chi few Days for joint action with egyptian president Gamal Abde Nasser proclaiming the creation of a unified neutralise state of 30 million people. Syria was reported anxious to Speed the federation to bolster its position in the event any o the Baghdad pact Powers con template any action against it during a tense period last year Syria charged that Turkey was about to make an attack. The egyptian press has accused tur key and Iraq of intriguing again the Union and contemplating use of Force to prevent it. Details of the federation system have not yet been announced. As Sali scheduled a news conference in Damascus today at which he was expected to clarify the sub acct. Political Periscope two More republicans circulating petitions As primary candidates or. Phillips by Ken Slaughter with thei announcement that two More persons Are circulating nominating petitions for county offices the republicans will go into the party primaries in May with a filled ticket and a candidate to spare. The latest to announce their intentions Are Clyde w. Phillips West Lafayette and j. Earl Karr both republicans. The former is seeking nomination As county Audi Tor and the latter As commissioner. The republicans now have candidates for All four offices to be voted on at the primary. The offices sought Are for Engineer com missioner auditor and representative to the general Assembly. The democrats to Date still Lack candidates for county Engi Neer and representative. They Al ready have candidates for county Page 11. Plu or. Karr a. Mead said Young apparently left no letters to explain his action. He said he was called to the Home about noon after the body was found. Mead said doctors estimated that Young had killed himself at about 10 . And the body Lay unseen for two hours. The weapon he chose was a double barrelled Shotgun and both barrels had been fired. Mead said Young s body was seated in a chair. Mrs. Young was in the House at the time Mead said. Social Colony member Young came Here in december to spend the Winter in accordance with his annual custom a Mem Ber of the House staff told police. He had been a prominent Mem Ber of the Winter social Colony Here for 20 years and his Home was one of the largest in the fashionable resort. Young was the Central figure of a proxy Battle for control of the new York Central Railroad and became its chairman of the Board in 1954, on leaving the Chesa Peake and Ohio Railroad. Young had become chairman of the co Board in 1942. He was born in Canad iantex., on feb. 14, 1897, and began his highly successful business career with the Dupont company. He held positions As corporate of Page 14. Please Ike cites peaceful a bomb potentials Washington Jan. President Eisenhower up told the world today that . And British scientists have taken the first step toward harnessing the Hydrogen bomb for the betterment of Man kind and not for its destruction he made the statement in publicly congratulating the scientists for their Progress announced in Day toward controlling the vast Power of thermonuclear fusion. The president s statement was broadcast around the Globe As a reminder to All impressed by rus Sia s sputnik tha t the West also is capable of major scientific achievements. The United states had been criticized in Britain for its earlier reluctance to exploit the propaganda aspects of the Hydrogen Energy advances which were jointly reported by the two govern ments Friday. Or. Eisenhower s statement also carried a renewed plea for action to devote the skills and energies of All nations to a worldwide atoms for peace the statement said in part the eventual peaceful Evolur lion of the vast thermonuclear Power of the Hydrogen bomb from an instrument of War to a serv ice to humanity opens up unbelievable vistas for the future. This is Only a first step but it does bring within the realm of possibility a limitless Supply of atomic Power and Energy for All the world for Many thousands of years to old Bancroft school is being razed shown Here is a View of the old Dren in that part of town were As Bancroft school eleventh and or Chard sts., unused by the Coshocton school system since 1952, which is now being razed. For Over half a Century the Large two Story b r i c k building served As a neighbourhood school for hundreds of youngsters in the elementary grades. In 1952, the school was closed Down and Chil signed to of her larger and More modern structures. Tribune files reveal that ban Croft school was completed in 1902 with the Cost reported at a f figure of $12,300. A contractor by the name of Pettit built the school which was designed by a or. Hart a Columbus architect. When the school opened late in president and Mcelro meet with top aides conference held in secret to map military change by Rutherford Poats Washington Jan. 25 up president Eisenhower went to the defense department today and took a personal hand in plan Ning reorganization of the Mili tary High command. He conferred for More than two hours with 16 top military and civilian advisers including defense Secretary Neil h. Mcelroy on How to reduce interservice rivalry and streamline the depart ment s Complex organization. It was the first time in his five years in the presidency or. Eisenhower had gone to the huge defense Headquarters across the Potomac River for a business conference. He bad made four other visits for social functions. The White House did not explain the unusual procedure except to say that it was the president s idea. The conference followed Mcelroy s announcement earlier t h i s week that the department is pro the fall of 1902, the first principal feeding under forced draft to was professor j. H. Tallmage and at the time or. H. S. Piatt was the City superintendent of schools. This past week the Board of Edu cation awarded a contract to John Philabaum of this City to tear Down the building at his bid of $1000. He started immediately Structure. To raze the Venezuela secret police torturers face Swift trials by Joseph Taylor Caracas Venezuela Jan. 23 up the new ruling Mili tary Junta today ordered Swift trials for secret police torturers in a move to wipe out police state methods and appease a populace thirsting for vengeance. The attorney general s office was ordered to expedite formal charges against officials charged with the torture and murder of political prisoners during i h e nine year reign of ousted dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez. At the same time the five member Junta brought in Thrupp new members two colonels and a Civi l Ian to replace two other colonels dismissed and sent into exile yesterday because of popu Lar opposition to them. They had been considered too closely associated with Perez Jimenez. Jealousy seen As motive in Lover s Lane murder Mineola n.y., Jan. 25 up a mysterious Black limousine and the smudged fingerprint of a woman pointed to jealousy today As the motive in the slaying of flight Engineer Clyde Rose. Authorities said the clues indicated that the 28-year-old Rose might have been shot of death after being surprised in a Coin promising situation with a Wom an. Rose s body was found in his car parked on a lovers Lane at i Ong Beach n.y., monday. Authorities said a fingerprint found on the car was that of a to dedicate fire station addition with the addition to the Walnut St fire station just completed will be dedicated feb. 4 with an old the new Junta members were fashioned Square dance program Industrial l is t Eugenio Mendoza and fire chief Walter Weaver an cols. Jesus a queue Pena and Numa Quevedo. Bounced saturday night. Music for the occasion will be the Junta ordered troops an furnished by Fred Hayes and his tank squadrons to protect the r h v i h m a i r e s dancing throughout Miraflores presidential Palace the evening is free and open to from looters and angry mobs which virtually took Over Caracas highlighting the program will be the Public. Yesterday. Alert ailment provided by the co informed sources reported ton and swinger italians were Kil led d u r i n g at Square dancers. Mayor Thomas b. Tacks on their businesses by be Leech and wife Are members of be Zuelas demanding Ruvoio for this unit which includes 40 couples oppression under Perez Jimenez. I the add Ion to the fire station authorities expressed fear of r the Large i Tal Ian Colony because ital ians generally had supported the dictator in his plebiscite last built to provide adequate space for fire f ight ing equipment and two trucks. The Large Quad truck at the Mam St. Station will december which reinstalled h i m be t Ransfer r red to the Walnut St. As president without opposition. I stat Ion. The truck obtained from All 40.000 americans in the be Roscoe after the Village was an Nez Elan capita mostly Oil c o m n e x e d to Coshocton will be housed Pany employees and their families at the Mam St. Station were reported Safe former Argentine dictator Juan d. Peron who fled to the Domini can embassy for Asylum yester Day remained in the b u i l d i n g to Day. He was reported seeking a Safe conduct for a f l i so t to the dominican Republic where Perez Jimenez has taken refuse. Woman possibly one of the women Rose dated while his pretty wife Priscilla 22, went out with other men. Each dated with the knowledge and apparent approval of the other. It also was disclosed in the Complex murder mystery that a Black limousine had been trailing Rose s car shortly before he was killed. Police got the information from an Anonymous tipster. One of mrs. Rose s boy friends Arthur Jones a married $10,000 a year accountant of r g e n e r a l electric co. At Utica apparently was cleared As a suspect after his gun was found to be of a differ ent Type than the one which killed Rose. Jones also had convinced police that he was in a Manhattan hotel at the time of the murder Al though he admitted that ire had dated mrs. Rose that night. Rose was Home when Jones brought his wife Back from the Date. After Jones left to drive to Manhattan Rose told his wife he was going out for a few he was killed a few hours later. Set up a reorganization plan. Reorganization is a hotly disputed Issue in Congress which has been aroused by Russia s apparent supremacy in the ballistic missiles and sputnik Fields. Presidential press Secretary James c. Hagerty said the con Ference was a follow up on the president s pledge in his state of the Union address and last Mon Day s Chicago speech to participate personally in prompt moves to unify and improve the defense organization. Neither or. Eisenhower nor the other participants gave a hint of the plans being considered. Fire cuts Britain s atomic fuel Supply London Jan. 25 up a fire in a plutonium pile three months ago has Cut off Britain s Mam Supply of atomic bomb fuel and brought about a drastic reorganization of the atomic Energy authority command authoritative sources disclosed today. The fire destroyed the vast no. 1 plutonium pile at win scale North England last oct. 10. The fire rained the Countryside with radioactive iodine contaminating cattle and milk. The pile had to be flooded with water. Demand cleanup in engineers Union Washington Jan. 25 up the Senate rackets committee today pressed its demand for an Al Cio clean up of the operating engineers Union by spotlight ing tyranny and terror in a local once dominated by prominent Union alumnus Joseph s. Joey Fay an sex convict. Chief counsel Robert f. Ken Nedy said the committee on Mon Day will focus on the operation of local 542 in Philadelphia tight or 10 witnesses will testify on undemocratic procedures and Strong Goon tactics he said. He said the Story of the 4,000 member local is closely tied up with Fay convicted shake Down artist who was once the Union s sixth vice president and with William e. Maloney now the Union s International presi Dent. Maloney was described in com Mittee testimony Friday As the arbitrary ruler of some 70 per cent of the Union s locals. This prompted chairman John l. Mcclellan dark to demand a la Bor clean up. He called administration of the 270,000-member construction Union a National Fay entered sing sing prison in 1948 after being convicted of trying to shake Down contractors for $368.000. Mothers March on polio starts at Warsaw monday slain in drinking bout Dayton 0., Jan. 25 up Faustin Ray Breitenstein 46, was found dying of a gunshot wound today at a City intersection follow ing an argument earlier with an All night drinking companion Jack w. Kirstatter. 39. Police immediate by a r r e s t e d Kirstatter homicide. For investigation of ends life at Nashville Earl Aufrance. 53, took his l Ife by f i r ing n 16-Guage Shotgun blast into his Chest near his Home at Nashville in Holmes county about 10 a. M. Saturday. W a r s a w review club members i l l l a u n c h the a n n u a l Coshocton county mothers March on polio monday. Because of the annual common i to i n s t i t u t Ethe w a r s a w March i l l be the first in the county. Mrs. Glenn i cd c h a i r m a n of the re View club in charge of the drive in t h a t v i l lag announced. Calls will n Iii. Old lurid a he had been in ill health. The be monday afternoon and body was found about 1 30 p. M. In the rear of a garage near the " House where or. Aufrance roomed. Among the survivors is a son Earl jr., Tuscon Ariz. The death was ruled a suicide by the Holmes county Coroner. The body was taken to the Hunter funeral Home in Millersburg. Funeral arrangements were i n c o m p l e t e saturday night. U n t y the mothers March is set for thursday afternoon and eve n ing. In the City Calls will be made thursday night but Many Rural Calls will be made m the afternoon. Mrs. Glen j. Ilum Eckhouse c h a i r m a n of the women s division of the Coshocton county March of dimes said an attempt will be made to Contact every Home in the City and county. The Coshocton chapter of the National infantile paralysis foun Dat Ion the f irs t organized in the state has always staged Success Ful mothers marches and the 1958 drive will be no exception mrs. Humerickhouse said. Headquarters the night of the March will be at the Home of irs. Vernon Thompson 510 South sixth St. Anyone who is missed by the regular solicitors is asked to Call 1253-m and someone will collect the contribution. The mothers March is the an Nual Climax of the january Long March of dunes Campaign. This ear the women will present at each Home a pamphlet of Salk Page 14. Please legislator Sells to interest raps press Washington Jan. 25 up chairman Ore Harris dark of the House Commerce committee said today he has sold his interest in his Hometown to Staton be cause of harassment and innuendoes which have no basis of the committee has jurisdiction Over legislation dealing with the Federal communications commis Sion which regulates radio and Tel Evision stations. A subcommittee of that group will open an investigation monday into operation of the acc and other quasi judicial regulatory a g e n c i e s. The subcommittee s staff has uncovered what it called evidence that some acc members took favors from the broadcasting Industry. Obituaries Page 14 Siew spa Peri

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