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I 4 T H E Z A N E I 3 V I L L E S I G N A L Outbursts of Racial Violence 1 z . " ':'/;H ' - ! in Soiitliern States Freedoms Foundation Head To Speak at Scout Dinner \ ' -- . , " - _ - ? ·" ' l LMI r«,v - ' IA. ~ By TOM CHASE , - Tke AjMciiiid FTCM · Sporadic''outbursts of violence still edioed across the South on this final day of 19H, a year marked by, some" progress'toward racial integration in border states and resistanle'to change in many deep-South areas. Artention focused on bus segregation and'athletics during the past few days.in 'the wake of controversy and~rioting over integration of jsome public schools. City'buses in Montgomery and Birmingham,-Ala., were fired on jix times in a four-day period ended last night. A 22-ye^-oId P re £- nant Montgomery Negro woman who was shot in both legs was the only person reported injured in the attacks. The University of Mississippi basketball team withdrew from the All-American City Basketball Tournament at Owensboro, Ky., ·and the Mississippi State basketball team dropped out of the Invitational Basketball Tournament ot Evansville, Ind-t over the weekend because opponents had Negro players on their squads. The - bus situation appeared most-critical in Alabama Negro leaders at Tallahassee, Fla., were pressing-for integration on buses, and movements with that objective in- mind were reported being planned in Tampa, Fla, and Baton Fouge, La. Last night 400 Negroes attended a jneetire of the Inter-Civil Council in Tallahassee and assured their leaders they would ride in the front of city buses in support of the council's campaign for integrated seating. Steele named an 11-member committee to encourage integrated bus riding. The ,, Alabama trouble flared after Montgomery city buses were Integrated under Federal Court order 10 days ago. Mrs. Rosa Jordan, a Montgomery laundry worker, was shot in the legs while riding a bus Friday night The City Commission ^Saturday ordered night bus" runs' suspended after 5 p.m. through Jan. 1 to prevent further Woodshed. 4t Birmingham a city bus with 30 passengers was fired on last night, but there were no injuries. Detective Joe Lindsey said six Negro boys ranging in age from 8 to 13 years were picked up in connection with the shooting and turned over to juvenile authorities pending a hearing. It was the second time in 24 hour* that pellet* were-fired at Birmingham buses. Police,reported two white men fired into the real of a bus in the Negro section Saturday night. No one was injured. The men escaped. Alabama's Gov. James E. Folsom issued a New Year's message in which he said "order musl be maintained and will be maintained" on "the much agitated question of segregation" in the state." v Folsom said that "so far" no local authorities in Alabama "have appealed to the state for ass.stance to maintain law and order." Tuskegee (Ala) Institute's annual race relations study, released last night, said that "despite some incidents of violence, desegregation activities during the year were generally orderly." This was termed "a most encouraging expression of the vitality of American democracy " Most public demonstrations and violence aimed at intimidation of Negroes occurred in communities whose public officials "apparently condoned them," the report said. "They did not take place, or were promptly supressed in communities whose public officials discouraged them." The report said some 208 school districts in eight states desegregated their schools in 1956. The school districts were in Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, Missouri, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Texas and Tennessee. Lcuisville. Ky., was cited as a notable example of school board action in desegregation both elementary and secondary, schools voluntarily. At Baton Rouge, A. P. Tureaud, few Orleans attorney for the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People, said the New Orleans NAACP branch was filing a list of about 300 members with the secretary of state as requested by law. The NAACP was outlawed in Lousiana last spring under a 1924 law originally aimed at the Ku Klux Man. The law required or- ginizations to file membership lists annually. Duffy Funeral In Perry County COLUMBUS, Ohio W--A solemn requiem mass will be sung" at Holy Rosary Church here at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday for Herbert S. Duffy, former attorney general of Ohio, who died at his home Saturday night here after a brief ill- Dr. Kenneth Wells, president of Freedoms Foundation' of ViHey Forge," Pi., will be the "speaker the annual appreciation dinner meeting of Zane Trace Area Boy Scout Council at 6:45"p.m. Jan. 30 at the YMCA, it was announced by George Kramer, chairman of the Council committee for the dinner. ,, The annual Council business meeting will be held at the same place at 5:30 p.m. when reports will be given and officers elected. Guests at the dinner will include all Scoutmasters, Cub masters. Den Mothers, Fjcplorer leaders and their wives along with institutional representatives, t r o o p committeemen and others interested in Scouting. Dr. Wells, a native cf Akron, is widely known and holds Ttanv honorary degrees in recognition of his community and civic. activities. He was awarded the National Association of Foremen award, the Honor award of the Military Honor of the Purple Heart, national Gold Medal of the Veterans of Foreign 'Wars, distinguished service citation of Harding college, national citation of the Shrine ant 1 the annual medal of Sons of the American Revolution^ Duffy, a Democrat, served as attorney general from 1937 "to 1939 and again from 1949 to 1951. Since then he had practiced law here with his brother, T J. Duffy. Herbert Duffv. his brother said, was a great-great-grandson of Priscilla Devol, the- first child born to a settler in Ohio. She was born in a stockade at Marietta. Duffy wrote a biography of William Howard Taff and another book- "Treasure Chest." He was a graduate of Dartmouth College and Harvard Law School. Besides his brother, he is survived by a sister, Miss Margaret R. Duffy of Columbus. Burial will be in New Lexington. Stung by Wasp; Socialite Dies LOCUST VALLEY, N.Y WJ-- A wealthy socialite collapsed and died a few minutes after she was stung by » wasp. Mrs. Howard W. Maxwell, 58, was stung on the hand Saturday while watering flowers in the heated conservatory of her mansion. Dr. Theodore Curphey, county chief medical examiner, yesterday termed the death a medical rarity." He said it was caused by edema of the larynx. Jan Vermeer was ^not a prolific painter. He painted about 35 pictures. DR. KENNETH WELLS Man Hurls Ston« At Mono Lisa PARIS/ av- The ^Louvre says only slight damage was done by a Bolivian who hurled a stone at one of -the world's most famous paintings, Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa. ' The attack was made by Hugo Unjaga Villegas, 42- who had been living in a Salvation Army shelter. He said he "had a stone in my pocket and suddenly decided to throw it." The rock { shattered the glass protecting the painting and chipped some paint Irom the figure's elbo'.v. ,The museam said the damage "can be repaired easily." Unjaga Villegas was charged with defacing public property and violating the law limiting alien residence in France. MONDAY, DECEMBER · 5. SMd.iN.tftt* CHURCH. D MORTON. R JAVITS. R CLARK D SENATORIAL newcomers the Senate will make their initial Third Largest Telescope Worlds third largest 'telescop' belongs to the University of Tex as' McDonald observatory, loca ted atop Mount Locke in the Davi: Mountains of western Texas. Number * of d mie* · Bo^ **·«**« of a- ATMri^ WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST -- Snow is expected tonight in the Middle Atlantic states, the Central Great Lakes and the Northwest Pacific area. It will remain cold in the north- east Generally there will be little change in temperature throughout the country. (AP Wire- photo Map). Southeast Ohio Deaths Chester Eveland Funeral Tuesday CROOKSVILLE -- Funeral services for Chester S Eveland, 65, of Crooksville, will be held at 2-30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Church of Christ here with Rev. John McDonald and Rev.' R. Lee Hall officiating. Bunal will be in the Crooksville cemetery. Mr Eveland, former school teacher ard township, trustee, died Sunday at his home after a lingering illness The body was taken to the Fred L. Cannon funeral home and was later returned to the residence. Surviving ire his widow, Leah- two sons, Paul of Hebron and Roy of Crooksville Route 1; two daughters, Mrs. Frank Tracey of Corning Route 2 and Mrs. Meredith of Thornville Route 1; ihree brothers, Edgar of Crooksville; Easil of Crooksville Route 1 and Delmar of near New Lexington; two sisters, Mrs. Rolland Lear and Mrs Walter Rosser of Crooksville and 13 grandchildren. Ayers officiating. Burial was m ^orthwood cemetery. Giant Bating 707, a 6QO-ml***lxw jtt transport, wiOtoanbt gMllaNffor commtraal trillion. DAVID JONES NEW LEXINGTON -- Funeral services for David Jones, 78, of New Lexington will be held at 1:30 Tuesday afternoon at t h e First Methodist church here v ith Rev. Paul Niswander officiating. Burial will be in the New Lexington cemetery Mr Jones, former president of t'.e Perry county school board and a retired ceramist, died Saturday at his home. The body was taken to tne Roberts funeral home and later returned to the residence. In the world of flying it takes a giant to move passes of people fast In the world of selling, too, it takes a giant to move the people ... a giant who lives in every town, the daily newspaper. This giant not only lives in every town, but in practically every home--f very day. And in the home the newspaper remains to be read, put down, picked up and ra*d again, to that it's no trouble at all for a ·twipriptr advertiser to make a local call every day. Daily n«wspap«r circulation is at n new 56,000,000. Many of the ads in the paper will end up in a purse or a pocket because people habitually use the newspaper as a shopping guide. That's why advertisers--local, regional and national--spend more money in daily newspapers than they do in radio, television, magazines and outdoor combined. To muve a multitude of goods, you must move multuudes of people to action. Use "action" advertising. Use the daily newspaper; AUbu9inf*$l*local...andKanallncw9paper*. REV. CHARLES LILLY CROOKSVILLE- Funeral services ior Rev. Charles H. Lilly, 72 of Dunkirk, former resident of this area, wil/ be held at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Dunkirk with bunal in Glen Rest cemetery at Reynoldsburg. I Rev. Mr. Lilly, who retired I some time ago, died Saturday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Neal Smith of Phoenix, Ariz, where he and Mrs. Lilly had'gone to spend the winter. Other survivors include t w o sons, Edward of Columbus and Robert of St, Marys. He was a brother-in-law of Mrs. W i l l i a m Bradshaw and Clyde Baker of Crooksville, Charles Baker of Logan and Ed Baker of RosevIIIe. FRED PETERSON SHAWNEE -- Funeral services for Fred Paterson, 81, of Shawnee, Will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Humphrey funeral 'home here with R e v Sam Braglin officiating. Burial will be in the Shawnee cemetery. Mr. Peterson, a retired c o a l miner, died Sunday. »,«88». ££?,,. ' Twin City News Fair Board Names Officers MCCONNELSVILLE -- T h e meeting of the Morgan County Agricultural Society has H e l d Sat'orday for the purpose of re- £ani7in£ The following officers were reelected for another term of office; President, 0. D Fer- gusop, first vice president, Robert L. Barkhurst; second vice president Johnnie Porter; secretary, Ray G. Smith and treasurer, 3. P. Hammond. Ray G Smith was chosen delegate and J. F Parmiter alternate to the fair board managers association mest- to be held in Columbus during January. H. M Fuller was elected delegate to the U. S. Trotting Association meeting in Columbus n January Legion Party The American Legion will hold its annual New Years party this evening when the Beverly band will play for dancing beginning at 10 o'clock. There will be favors [or kll attending this party. Divorce Granted A divorce was granted to Edward A Coen from Oa Verne Lou Coen on Friday on grounds of gross negiect of duty and wilful absence for more than one year. Confined to Jail George Goins was ordered confined to jail for six months and to pay costs of $8 40 when he was found guilty of driving while intoxicated, last week. Realty Transfers Cora J. Drummond to C. W Drummond tracts in township. Chester Reed by his executors to W. H. and Bessie E. KJes 236 90 acres Bloom township Howard and Lucy Cramblit to Walter F. Powell Jr. 70 acres Malta township. Raymond and Irene Spencer to Vernon H. and Clara B. Spencer lot in village of Stockport Howard and Mary A. Clark to William L. and Annabelle Boyer one fifth of an acre in Wmasor township. (B lhe~Assod»ted The state highway-patrol braced itself for the annual New Year's Eve onslaught of traffic tragedies after a holiday weekend that brought comparatively few fatalities on Ohio highways. Only nine traffic fatalities had jeen reported in Ohio, while one Cincinnati man died in a fire,-a jaby was electrocuted and a five- year-old girl drowned in a bathtub. Last week, after the weekend srecedmg Christmas Eve 20 persons already had died in traffic mishaps, while one man died in a :ire and seven others met miscel- aneous accidental deaths. Sunday's fatalities- McKmley Ash, 58, of Middletown, in a two-car collision at an ntersection south of Middletown. Joan Imes, 13, of Pedro, Lawrence County, of injuries received Saturday in a truck-car col'ision on Ohio 75 about five miles northeast of Ironton. An elderly man, identified by aolice only as "Frankie," in a ire in his Cincinnati room. ARTHUR MEDLEY CAMBRIDGE -- Funeral services for Arthur Mt-dlpy, 65, of Cambridge who died Friday were held this afternoon at the Scott funeral home here with Rev. W.H. MAN'S DEATH PROBED COLUMBUS, Ohio (fV-Dr. John H. Richardson, acting Franklin County coroner, was investigadng Sunday night the death of Maceo Antonio Gray, 49, who died in St. Anthony Hospital here abont 13 hours after has car hit a tree on an icy East Side street. Gray suffered apparent minor injuries. His death was not listed as « traffic fatality pending the coroner's investigation. SUSPENSION ORDERED The state liquor board today announced a 28-day suspension of the license of Terry M. Quinn, doing business as Terry's Tavern at 701 LindCTi avenue, effective Jan. 9, for after hour consumption and for hindering' inspection. Ohio Accidents Claim 9 Lives Steam heat first was used in 1784 by James Watt, who used steam coils to heat his office. LEGAL NOTICE ,The Electrical Supply Company, a Corporation, located at 111 Gallgher St . Zanpsvlue, Ohio, has elected to dissolve its corporate status as of close ot business December 31, 1956 The business win be continued under the same name and style and at the same address by George F Smith. NOTICE Notice TO TAXPAYERS Is hereby ffUen that In compliance with Section 571516 Repised Code that the tax returns of Muskingum County for the jear 1956 have been revised and the valuations completed and are open for the public Inspection at the office of the county auditor in the courthouse. Zanesville, Ohio Complaints agalnTt any valuation or assessment except the valuation 'ixed and assessment made bv the tax commissioner of Ohio will be heard by the Countv 'board of revision at its office In the court house. Zanesrllle ' Ohio, ' on or after March I. 3957 Complaint must he made In writing on blanks furnished bv County auditor and filed In his office on or before the time limited for navment of taxes for the first half vear. or at any time during vvnlch taxe* are received by the county treasurer without penalty for Auditor of Musklngum County la. Card of I wish to express my sincere thanks to all of my relatives, nel"hrxvrs k friends for their kindness A the marry lovely cards I received durlnx my recent confinement In the hospital. Also a special thariks to the nurses at TJetheada Hospital A Dr. Matwljejlro, Dresden O. Raymond A. FcTTell. Our pert appreciation and sincere thank,* are extended to our many friends, neighbors and relatives, who comforted us with their grracicmi acts of kindness, beautiful floral tributes, card* anrt expression of jymptUiy In the 'osi cf our beloved wife and mother. Mrs Lottie Wolfe.' We are e^Declal. - grateful to Rev. 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