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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1953, Zanesville, Ohio                               Complete Daily Programs Radio WHIZ and WHIZ-TV In Your Every Morning The Times Recorder News Only Paper Delivered By RED The Same Day It Is Printed C9TH 202 PHONE 3-4301 32 SECTIONS AUGUST 1953 FAIft FIVE CENTS 150 More Americans Released Returning Men Are Reported In High Spirits PANMUNJOM. Aug. shouts of and dances of joy the largest group of American war prisoners yet released came back from Red captivity today on the 17lh day of Operation Big Switch. One soldier called out that all the 150 Americans being repatriat- ed today were from Camp 1 for at pear the Ualu river boundary of The exchange began at n. m. p. m. The day was hot and sultry de- spite an overcast. Besides the Americans the Reds also released 300 South Koreans including one full colonel. Lim Ik Soon. He was the highest rank- ing officer yet repatriated by the Reds. The returning Americans were in high spirits. ONE SOLDIER danced a jig all the way from the red truck which delivered him to the Allied recep- Fair Honors Junior Exhibitors Today Lieutenants tion center. Others shouted as the trucks pulled in. They tossed away their faded blue denim prison garb and blankets as they jumped from the Russian built carriers and scrambled to the reception point j The Communists set a new rec- ord for delivering prisoners today. They had all the 150 Americans at the center within 50 minutes an hour and 10 BEST OF FRIENDS Debbie daughter of and Mrs. Robert Kreis of Sonora hugs a fop- notch cocker owned by D. L Warner of the Old Trail Kennels. who until yesterday had registered 14 straight lost out to an entry by E. Barton in a close contest during the all breed dog show held yesterday at the county fair. Pulling Contest Featured Throngs Jam The Grounds As Fair Has 'Bis The junior near- ly of will be hon- ored today as the 107th an- nual Muskingum county fair pounds down the. home stretch. The junior champions will be named in judging competition scheduled throughout the day and this evening the blue ribbon win- TODAY AT THE FAIR 9 a. ni. Horse pulling county only. 9 a. m. Junior Fair judging gets underway in all departments. 2 p. in. Harness racing p. m. Junior Fair parade 7 and 9 p. m. Henry Leader's 5roadway Variety show Fireworks d Mule Races Afford Change Of Pace Betiveen Harness Events The mule races which arc run between regular race heats were' ners will parade their entries .be- fore the grandstand. And there will bc plenty of other activity on the bustling Pershing road grounds today. The county only horse pulling contest will start in front of the grandstand at 9 a. with the winners splitting a jackpot. This afternoon will see the second speed program start at 2 o'clock with trot. Marine Corps league tonight the pace and thc awarded Sen. Joseph McCarthy plus a final handicap on the its annual distinguished Surrenders To His Successor Premier Zahedi Aug. Mohammed blasted from pow- er by a royalist limped into the Central Teh- ran Officers' club in pink pajamas today and surrendered dejectedly to his Premier Fozollah Zahedi. They shook hands and exchang- ed traditional words of greeting. A witness who saw the meeting in Zahedi's third floor office said the new premier leaped from his swivel chair and walked forward with an outstretched hand as Mossadegh pale and apparently on the verge of be with the new premier speaking first the phrase that Iranians use as a mark GRAND CHAMPION Carol of holds Ihe grand champion female of of MOSSADEGH SMILED bowed stiffly over his cane from the waist and answered in a bare- ly audible with you be The witness said the Nationalist i leader seemed barely able to walk in the dramatic sequel to the over- j throw of his dictatorially inclined i government Wednesday by troops loyal to the absent Moham- med Reza Pahlevi. Mossadegh was visibily depres- sed. He weakly returned the sa- lutes of Maj. Gen. Zahedi's troops Ihe Polled Hereford selected yesterday in competitio-n af the Muskingum county fair- grounds. Right is Rodney one of the Nelson Brothers family who owns the champion. The event- was judged by Emerson Marling of Washington Court House. Marine Corps League Honors McCarthy Aug. 20 ahead of schedule. It was the sec-j full of fun again this year. Bill president of thc fair ond straight day the Keds had ask-JHutson and George members of the and Roger farm cdjtor of Tnc Times were riding thc sulkies. ed for permission to speed up the delivery. The third group of 50 Americans was the noisiest. Their shouts of joy could be heard a half mile from the exchange point. There were seven U. S. marines among the AS THE TRUCKS pulled up repatriate said with feeling .boyf the One soldier came boiling out of the trucks when his name was to Page French Throw Out Sultan Of Morocco French Aug. 20 France dethroned the Sultan of Morocco today and exiled him with his family to while ominous threats of a Holy War gathered over this North African protec- torate. Fierce tribesmen from thc the hard-riding Berbers of legen- dary fighting were on thc move toward the capital. Some already readied thc of the a French offi- cial spokesman and scattered fighting was reported in tho turbu- It was a fairly close race between Greinor and Connor most of the but Greiner's mule finally pulled out in front in the home stretch. Frick pulled in a close third and Barnes was eating the dust of them all. This Barnes will drive Connor's mule and Connor will drive Grciner's mule in what should be one of the best races of Court Battle j Looms In Child j Custody Case Two north Idaho or- phaned by a are cnroute to Zanesville today una- ware that a court action has start- ed to determine their custody. the season. It's strictly a grudge race with no quarters to be given. card. TONIGHT HENRY USURER'S Broadway Variety show will sent two at 7 and 9 p. m. with fireworks scheduled to to Pago service and National Com- mandant John R. O'Brien said thc senator was the league staff's unan- imous choice for the honor. a former marine cap- addressed 600 league dele- Manslaughter Charge In Child Beating Case Aug. 20 THE MUSKINGUM COUNTY shorthorn show yesterday was The Connie 7.'of tho best in years. There land Franklin Dean 6. are G5 head judged by Emmerson Mart- d.iven to the home of their ing of the much talked about manslaugh Crosses Lake Erie On Water Skis Aug. 20 Roger R. of Vermil- lion went across Lake Erie and returned today on water skis. He said hc believed it was thc first non-stop crossing of the lake. Thc truck trailing a Inmates In Washington Prison Riot Aug. 20 Half of thc 600 inmates at returned Irom at a. m. a cellhousc. as hc limped along thc club cor- stale reformatory ridors to meet thc man who swept set- him from powcr jn a and coup that cost 300 lives. The was accom- Off Kcllcy's Island the tow Warden P. J. Squire said broke spilling the youth in the wa- riot broke out about 7 p. m. anVTw tcr. but the trip was resumed while most of the men were in the ministers. Thc latter were Seifol- quickly. gates after a banquet in the con eluding session of a four-day meet- long. ing. After the speech McCarthy left by plane for Los Angeles where his senate committee will hold an executive session to hear testi- mony in connection with the Rothschild case. He said five wit- nesses have been subpoenaed. IX A PKKS5 conference after his arrival at the airport this aft- The round trip was about 85 miles odav aVains Crnoon- McCarth-v said othcr lonay agamsi m t j sons will bo involved in the cur- rent Five Commies Convicted In Long Trial Aug. 20 Five Communists were convicted' reformatory yard for their recrea- tion period. Apparently on a pre-arranged the bulk of thc inmates in thc yard refused to return to their cells. Then they ran wild while guards on the walls watched with drawn guns to prevent escapes. The torch was put to five shop buildings. One of a frame brick burnod to thc TT. Squire said. Flames in thc others in rllQ were still out of control an hour later. About half of thc 300 rioters Lnh ousted as minister of posts and and Gho- to Page Shah Of Iran 'Flying Back hosnit- 1 normal. paternal grandfather Willard Zancsvillc street com- Associated press last night in Idaho. A THIRD Jeanie is living with a maternal aunt in The children were orphaned July 23. Acting Police Chief Earl ans Mar farms at Washington Court House. If there would have been 35 more shorthorns in thc thc event would have been classed as a dis- trict shorthorn show. This would mean additional pme money for the winners. Thc added tion would be an extra feather in Lester police ROME. Friday. Aug. 21 v.. ...v. r- wtri u Thrt T 1 o investigation of Edward today of conspiring to teach and clustered in thc yaid while 135 or hild. a government print- advocate violent overthrow of thc wild in ono of tho icfor- Dutch plane early today office bookbinder. Rothschild ending one of the long- rnatory's two ccH rlostrov- on a triumphal return to his pal- ft tri rcfusod t0 Say whelher trials in Pennsylvania's his- suburban did not file any documents or engaged in't0rv charge immediately against Mrs. espionage. Barger's whoj The senator said he bc tory. Thc dragged-out trial produced dows. _ ace and peacock throne at Tehran. The ruler was jubilant over the was with her when she delivered the youngster to a tcrday. STATB PATROLMEN from all Washington arrest in Tehran of old Moham- Detective Virgil Costlcy printing office. Mrs. Bargcr as admitting she million words of a of Northwest Washington the premier who in a position to know whether any dozen delays and uncovered sever-1 summoned to the socne a'on- wth ad him to nec from Iran hydrogen bomb information might FBI agenls who as police from SeWle Sunday- MflWrt to Russia through thc munists. Jury selection began Feb. Snqhomish and Monroe. 'i Thc ---year-old monarch planned but the actual trial didn't g- thc cap of thc champions. To the gave is said their it uould bc a consolation I ice-cold baths and burned her with' cir mother. Imnfrctenp nnH thon i____ i____ v their turned tho gun on himself. Jcanic watched terrified while her moth- er was killed. Thc maternal Mr. and Mrs. Don filed a petition for writ of habeas corpus in thc Idaho district court yesterday a show hearing on the custody. to know that they have shown an iron. Test against the best in the j Thc dead girl's sister Helen. ail t For OlllO There has been considerable in- u-ho now is in a hospital told tcrest shown by local shorthorn'of being burned and beaten to Page 8-A. TIIKV FILKD THK petition with- out knowing thc children had left the state. Thc petition stated thc children Larial Is Cause jOf Death Of Boy police continued. They quoted the husband as say- Aug. 20 Thc navy today announced an u 1ft T reformatory is approximate at luntch with under way until March 10. Jurors 20 Seattle. IS-year-old neighbor king of pondered more than 30 hours on tho vorHirt Those convicted- Ncl nCV9t trained as a professional revolutionist at the Lenin SChOOl in formei' chai-man fo- western cnai.man 10. c Iraq. Squire said about a state had __ t shahIohmd were expect wuh- mediate on construction of described s to Communist Only reformatory guards wore inside the walls. None nnt nf out of office had restrained against their 0 Ausr. 20 The lariat a 9-vcar-old Columbus ing he knew his wife had beaten jet engine components tost top and used lighted matches on his In North Terrv township ad-1. brothcr's little daughter. Lakc a Dr. Lester assistant Cuyahoga county said he found extensive bruises all over child and that she undoubted- bo contraiy to in life was riiecl of internal sponsibie for his death today. jcd in a of beatings. No hearing date was sot. Thc father. Richard was returned to Senecavilk for lent native quarter. AUGUSTIN the French veycd the news to the sultan while French armored cars and troops surrounded thc high walls of the ruler's palace. Emerging from thc palace. GuiUaumc firmed that thc whose Na- lho bosl interest of thc tionalist ambitions long annoyed the had been thrown out. Thc French clamped censorship regulations and dusk-to-dawn our- ncral services and burial. lows on tho protectorate after throwing their backing behind Thami El El Pasha of leader r rr T i million Borbcr tribesmen and a iWotllCr IS llcLfl bittor enemy of tho sultan. 'bushol bound his fnsh- hawk-nosed niul CINCINNATI. Aug. 'JO A a ri0oso about his toss- woalthy pasha last week engineer- 4l-month-old baby was found OVer tho board and fell.1 cd a coup by which a rival was a bod honie to-j An hc believed set up against Sultan Sidi and Us rapo .snagged between thc UU1ICS mcd Hen ns rohpious ordered hold for mvestiga- hoarfl and a plocc of ncxl r or of Fronrh Morocco's tion on a charge of neglect Ho halting jerk Mil in oining The plant will bc built and representative of the Daily U'ork Communist party newspaper. Heir To For Inn c prti'iy _ rt crated for the navy by Thompson 'd h m0mhor of the Com- Held Oil Products Inc. of imunist party A construction contract was sign- Benjamin L. a nine-hour uprising by the followers. i THK KOVAI- plane took off at a. m a. m. It .was due m Baghdad late this aft- ernoon. Iran's green-eyed Scraya remained in Rome ed last week by the navy bureau 73 of former v i c hci- to of aeronautics. iicit lo a Careathcrs 20 her husband's request. She was ill and fever mercantile fortune susnuy ana running a Tho a-mod service com of Communist po- was charRod todav WIth ovor the excitement of brief Ihe senate a.mcd service of western of burclarv in theft of tho overthrow of thc shah's Iran- .in and thc bid for the corr.e home. But she dined i nu M'lMLu rfijuuu association of western f u mittee had previously approved Pennsylvania-West Virginia and expenditure of S1.2S6.000 to pur-' formor treasurer of tho party. nf i _i t s t. fit Ever since David Herman Tnc child was Celia stricken ns a tot with daughter of T-SRt. John Barscr. kept a warm place in his heartiwho is stationed at Stewart Air for ropes. With his lasso hc base at Smyrna Tcnn. Sgt. chase the Irving Wcissman. 40. of tnc f -v our him in a Rome restaurant 'led in playmates or1 JarScr he left Celia and her the plant. N. Y.. formor chairman of who S P Too msht. un objects sister Helen with his it will bc used to evaluate West Virginia district of thc i f -n u t M UCMIK i-___.-i __ ___ __j__...... bonds m rho shah sat up after the arrival of the KLM It was dc- Wilham 43. union son of the late n. I Ma- in departure from Amster- rotary. district 7. of the Comma- mercantile domed dam to pick him up in Rome. nist party at Dotroit. I lOinCT ODlvrClS it .w. t i j nj v mci vj A i I f l I f l r. Today his body was found brothor. he was divorced from'lerials. components and Communist party and also assign-1 snah s from 35 feet of nvlon for new engines. ed to the national headquarters out s car. me car w ts t.ie niRnt S.tTo ThA 'linA March. The who has flown jn York 'Saraffe tor repairs. chartered K i no line naa nccn T i iti f f t rt 40 _ i son oi iiic i.i te i i .Ma- ia oci in nor line. The line had been hooked Ov or a board resting f mm tho raft-. of his garage. Police said he' probably Mood on an overturned l nd m Koroa' ho brother uere raised at Stcu- The Weather Thc Brother is a hricklayrr. OHIO Fair Friday. Slightly ot tho Thc uas delayed by an angry airport argument ovor seven million Moslems. Thiirsdny's Tompcnihiren .1 m p m. J'J Noon H p. m U p. in 77 10 p m T p. nt Si 12 MidnUht Fur.se-Snatcher Was Too Swift knowing how tho boad.s oar trunk. don't know thins about Aether nou.smon invited by th poLco him. could tnucl on thc plane Thc bonds were .stolen hsr Fob xuthcut Iraqi transit visas. IS from the home of IVnjamm _ fine Man Killed At Kail Crossing Aug. 20 the youth and lio stran- Capt. Irvin Martin said tho before help could ainvc. Mrs. Patricia him she placed the on the bod for its VouMl nap and that she wont into an joining room and wcfit to sleep. The officer quoted her as saying __ Frank P. was killed whcn av.akcncd shc Editorial News Hriofs 20 William M. ly arrived oommandor in chiof Allied forces m Southern oonforred today with Al- lon chief of tho U. S. Central Intelligence Dulles is visiting Italy. TKMI'KKATI ICKs hi A'kftfiatcil O IIUJi si ZAMESVILLE SKIES TODAY Jest For This Morning 'Sunrise today when a Rasolme truck he bahy on tho urvl Theaters 16-B Southern European NATO was drivinc was struck by a switch lhc hcd in ..an posi- SporLs .......17 1S.C also conforrod i online for tho Canton and American and Italian mill r.ulro-ul. i who Mrs Tho aooldent on a crossing aKo took anothor Al- At tho ronr of Hoss Oil Co. IS fiom hor and said ownor of tho truck. The gasoline was not ignited. who took command of forces conforrod with top American and Italian military of- PROMINI'.NT STAR floors in this nroa. Amoncj bis oallors wns U. S. Wo Adm. Jamo.s doputy com- it vhow-od siqns of mandrr of Allied forces m the' boy was taken to General Classified Wonun's Nows.....25. 27-f Comics 2S-D Siturn. Goshcn Postmaster Miss Olive Patrick's 50 but she didn't give up at first. She chased the culprit last nifcht he grabbed her purse con- taming He was gaining ground when she came upon a parked automobile with thc driv-i f iffidivit 7 n m or at the A customs official was cxamin- s il S -That man Kot my she a suitcase in which a embezzlement of Sl.iOO m post- 'returning from Europe had hidden nl roce.prs. responded thc an undeclared bottle of perfume. was mayor i Aiiff. 20 U. -10. acting i postmaster at Goshon j was today fore Lf. S. Commissioner Graham ri.AXMs 29-D .Tupitrr hip-n In S 4 A. rt. .it ..........5-03 A m. drove off. Ho startod tho caught up'As his roamed to tho danger of Mount Orah from IftVS to thc pur.se-snatcher. tho woman's small daughter waived a and was relcas- thc door and thc hor hands in groat od undor bond. Ho has hold vnatchod jumped in. They both mom and tho one-man postoifice job for 'he's setting isn't 'more than two   

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