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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1954, Zanesville, Ohio                               Complete Daily Programs Radio WHIZ and In Your Every Morning The Times Recorder News Only Paper Delivered By KFD The Same Day It Is Printed 70TII 4 PHONE IS PAGES JANUARY 1951 CLOVD1' WARMTH FIVE CENTS WOMAN FATALLY HURT IN COLLISION Couple Held Court Restores Church Membership In Theft Of pret the scripture the withdrawal of Jixige Renr.er said the evi- dence 5aDed to show the 51-year- housewife had been given proper notice prior to her expul- I said the judge ruled. Anguished Father Puts Police On Trail Of Thieves Jan.'5 anguished father set police on the trail of his daughter and her husband to- within hours the secret service nabbed the couple and recovered of the 000 whisked from 'the Bureau of Engraving and Printing the noses armed guards. HELD AS the chief in the unprecedented New Year's eve theft was long-trusted bu- reau James Kufus Lan- dis. a Negro. His pretty bobby soxed whom he married when she was 14. also was charged with currency theft. A neighbor who lives in the same apartment William also a was picked.up' later in a Washington tavern and held accessory The baffling disappearance of the in new bills from the guarded currency printing plant was solved a heart-rending .5 a.m. telephone call trom a Fauquier Va.. farm where Mamie fath- Irving is a servant HIS blurted out to Vir- ginia State.Trooper S. S. Secrist. was stark and He had bjg pile of treasury in his tenant house. And he was 'scared to Troopers sped to the about SO miles southeast of found in a'new metal tool and heard the rest of farm- Grant's Last night her husband -and- a friend of slon ihe church April 1932. ONCINNATL Jan. 5 Judge John M. Renner today ordered the Lockland Baptist church to restore the Hand Fellowship to a woman worship- er. i The Rev. John j The court held her acts under pastor of the protested either the old or rew church immediately that the court had and ursurped the au- thority of the local church in de- terming the decision That should be made a matter of membership fellowship rom a the pastor inning the common pleas court battle was Mrs. Mary Randolph. constitution were not of j cient evidence of sin and J failure 10 or j unbecoming a The Rev. Mr. Rawlir-s called j a church meeting tonight to dis- cuss the court I my opinion the court has assumed the authority to intcr- have always empha- sized the autonomy of the local church that is a democratic form of government. They believe it is the of the church riot only to receive but also to withdraw fellowship from them as He said his in the Cincinnati surburb of Lockland. has recognized any ec- clesaistical or civil power to ad- judicate in spiritual The term of Fellow- is a liaptiit symbolic term in which the church arxl congregation takes a new mem- ber in thoir fold. Mrs. Randolph from subur- ban Hartwell. said she had little to say about the judge's decision. I feel as humble as I did the day I walked ir.to she told a reporter. Earlier in the day the dismissed the pastor and Escar Dalton. former chairman of the Board of as defendant in the case. He said Mrs. Ran- to Page S. 'Suicide' Returns To Life to Page S. City Battles Year's Heaviest Fall Of Snow Zcmesvillc and nearby areas last continued battling a fall of snow while pedestrians and mo- torists alike struggled to main- tain forward motion as the result of the heaviest snowstorm of the winter. HUNDREDS OF tons of fencef and salt had been scattered on HARRY A. BARBOUR- WASHINGTON. Jan. 5 A. former U- S. housing official in California. told today how he disappeared after writing a note five years and how he came back to Barbour said he left his wife and two small daughters in Rich- mond. on Nov. with the intention of committing suicide because thought I was Located a bare apart- ment in suburban Glassmanor. where he has been living with his family since last No- Barbour appeared startled when asked if he was the Harry Barbour was in- volved in a previous disappear- ance in 193S. not talk about he told newsmen. was a political squabble. There were a lot of headaches and heartaches. If you I'd rather let it A man named Harry Barbour. a candidate for the California State dropped out of sight in August. shortly be- fore the election and reappear- ed in November with a story of having been kidnaped on a Francisco street and held cap- tive in an adobe hut at San Pedro. Calif. His wife's name at the time was Juanitn. His present wife. about 41 years old. is named Francis. Dispatches from Rich- mond. said today that Barbour was married for a sec- ond time about The Barbours spoke willing- ly today of events over the last five dating back to his but re- to Page Americans Ready For Expected Prisoner Release President Bids For Tivo-Party Support Of Defejise Proposals Jan. 5- -Presidcnt Eisenhower Dcmocrat- j Ic congressional leaders a preview his foreign and defense pro- I grams. today in a bid for two-party backing on these koy issues in Jan. 6 new legislative session opening tomorrow. The.'U.- S. Sth .Army-threwj of fences and barricades preparing for any emergency during the re- lease of more than war pris- oners who refuse to go home. PRISONERS' are schedul- ed to be released to civilian status a minute after midnight Jan. 22 under armistice terms. A'few minutes 22.0S2 an- ti-Communist Chinese and North Koreans will begfn a march south out of the neutral zone to rail- left the House with polite pleasantries and a ways of saying ..no Kisenhower sketched o v for them- only the parts of State of the Union message on for-j eign foreign aid and na- tional security. All these are fields in which .there has been sizabl emphasis on a bipartisan appro in the past- The Democrats got no look Nine men indicted presidential plans for handling1 day by the Muskingum county such potentially explosive domes- grand jury in a one-clay session cr'Nine Indicted In Brief Session 1 Of Grand Jury- Double Services Planned For Two Victims Of Fire i NEWARK. 5 Double fu- neral services are to be held here Thursday afternoon at for young children who burned m to death early today as their father and a neighbor tried desperately to save them. THE Susan Jo. A and Harold. 2 daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles were trapped together in their sec- ond floor bedroom as flames lev- eled the family's six-room frame house at nearby Buckeye Lake. The father. 2-5. had returned home last midnight from work at the Timken -Roller Bearing plant here. His wife. Norm 26. was waiting with their third child. Eu gene. for his arrival and while he watched television for a short time. Mrs. Simmers and her eld- est son fell asleep upon a couch. Simmers apparently also fell asleep and about 3 o'clock this morning his wifef said she was awakened by heat from the fire. 'THE FATHER to go up stairs and was met by a wall of flames. As -he rushed a James who had also been awakend by the fire ar- rived with a tall ladder. Together the men climbed to a front porch roof and tried in vain to enter a window but found the entire second floor ablaze. Returning to the they joined Mrs. Simmers and son and watched the house burn to the ground despite efforts of Thomville and Glcnford volunteer firemen. The nearby homes of Two Others Injured In Accident Death First Due To Traffic In New Year j Mrs. Golda D. York .was-fatally I injured and two others were hurt in an trailer collision just west of This was the worst traffic ao cidcnt in a wholesale scries of crashes which followed in the wake of the heaviest siuy.vfall of .the winter. THE STATE highway Kave this account of the accident' on U. S. Route 22 which ed for the first traffic 'fatality in Musicingura county this Mrs. Lyons was a In a convertible driven by her hus- band. 2nd Lt. Allan of New York Ft. Kr.ox. Ky. which was involv- ed in skid-crash with SURROUNDED BY RUMORS Announcement by Marilyn Monroe's studio lhat the shapely blonde had been suspended for failing to show up for a new touched off new in skid-crash with a serm- r L trailer operated Charles G. round ot rumors. Une rumor had IT that she was marrying Gufdo 31 of Joe DiMaggio. former New Turk Yankee baseball srar. This report was blasted by her agent who said there were no wedding plans. This picture of the couple was talcen In the Russell Morrison and Elmer 1952. Marilvn. Monroe Denies Intent To Wed Baseball's DiMageio Jan. of the Lyons suffered head and chest injuries and was reported'in sert- ous condition at hospi- ral. A Penning-- 17. of W. sta- tioned at Camp'- _ who had hitchhiked '-a ride the Lyons in sustain- jed a fractured frac- tured and injuries about the nnd left ankle. HLs condition at Bethesda was' Jlstcu 'as lair. GUI DO was All three were' taken to the hos- where's Marilyn ihis flat statement today from her pi tal in two ambulances from'the She's still in San Francisco. He said'hc talked Thompson and Son funcr- hcr by telephone today. Presumably' she's staying with the family of her Joe Di-i former heavy-hitting cen- terfielder for the New York Yanh- ccs. Italian Premier Resigns Post O In Government ROME. Jan. 5 iiuscppe Pella. who took over al home at White Cottage. to Page interim government her HEK STUDIO. 20th which suspended her yesterday for failing to show up for the start of j a said it still-didn't where she was. j Her representative acknowledg- ed she not be Premier j studio possibly fcclinff PUSAX Korea. discussions should be with 5 state dcpart- JNew Peace TalkvS Discussion heads in South United problems as social of the'shortcst regular sessions' lions authorities said. budget recent years. Iabor Hawaiian' Plans for including 21 were not known. MILKS OF 12-foot barbed and a proposal to limit treaty making powers. In a congress with almost even Glcssner charge of hreak- THKV Norman C. of i ment Far East confirmed highways and streets to maintain traffic but side streets and rural roads were still hazardous as road crews spread farther from. the main highways in their work. While there were many acci- dents due to slippery major highways were reported in good condition all of yesterday. Hoscville school classes were lievecl the fire may have started financial brains of five pre- explosion of the kuchen'vious Italian cabi.nels. handed hLs I resignation to President Luigi there's to rumors thnt she and DiMaggio. her fre- YOUNG SAID he and the- Com-- qucnt escort in past rn vf uv- v. vi fc. J-Mto k.iiW.ll. r- mcr- nod to elope. Earlier reports had ir' move to find a rs. couple en route to Las for Cumins ies of the children were naudi following a 20-minute crner- erts and Ralph Moore. in tne bridge on the road from Panmun- jom to Munsan. setting things up channelize the ers when they co'me said Marine Tom Evans of Garden City. X. Y. be here when they snow said Evans who is in charge of the barricade work with missed uhen rural roads Lt J. Uvingston became slippery and buses made -Wc slow journeys- taking the children anv are ready home. A number of meetings were cancelled because of the THE NEUTRAL Nations Repat- CommLssion. whose author- Native Group Warns Queen I Two others v in- Agreement EncL ORAN'D JURY also in-'Pqn Strike KAMPALA. Jan.5 the county jail and The Lukiko native assembly lit in good condition. It Jan. 5 C6-1 impossible itjgated 12 cases and heard 15 stnke of CIO of Buganda warned today not become effective until a government is suom DC N said. After hLs meeting with Pella told newsmen he had by facts nnd difficul- ties wich convinced me it was K.VNSAS munists still feeling say to re- added. the in- reports Switzerland Sweden. They all have repre- sentatives at Panmunjom. DO NOT think it is an im- possible he said of I chances the will withdraw I their charge that the United TIIL 5 States was guilty of the hippopotamus may The Corr.rr.unists charged the carnc as as good a mfmcr-.- as States plotted with Prest- would be difficult for the peopl Dale pastor over the Prisoners expires at -midnicht Jan. 22. has asked bothio. TWQ Killed III during yesterday c' wevks cf r in Sheriff 5 res-1 J The s warninz was Tide' Kills Florida Fish Fla.. Jan. 5 str bays tin. nay ar.d assorted strike U71S exacted by some union The Weather jCnampaign cour.ty. when all shops was killed should be ar.d Radio Ham Due Joseph jfor Ixoa SAX A radio ham the police length is in _ maybe a canning if the police A- Hastings office instead of locate in the The ham has been known to before it be removed.. __________________________ police calls with such sound ef-jShe was killed in a car feets as noises beer truck collision on Ohio 4 near like gunfire -the county hr.e. lake this corner i Another occupant of the car. Mrs. This is confusing ar.d B. also of the cops ar.d their was reported injured cnt- patience tolerance are fast'icaliy. The and Federal the released after tior.. -Prosecutor Ravrr.ond Shannon he dence. Jest For This 3Iornins had onlv rccer.tlv been in a hospi-i m T ital for of an old head Former Taf t Aide u-as to boon a pros- Seat In CongTCSS witness in a case in which Jan. 5 Cleo is charged Paul Walter. Ohio I know -Ahat's to kill. for the senator.al ar.'i presi- Hlch Man Dies Clothing Burns Commission CINCINN'ATT. Jin. 5 j CutJe through your coming here takir.C me keep- WOMAN KILLED I ing o-Jier from seeing rr.e.j Ohio. Jan. 5 dcntial of the late Son. Sur.rUe i Robert A. said tc-jav he will ZANESYILIE SKIES TODAY run for concrressmari in -Hen- Vou want to don't Mrs. Dorothy Calhoun. 35. of organism which fish and waters by burning a reddish brown. state conserva- reported thousands of mostly mullet were spot- riNDLAV. Ohio. Jan. 5 ted in Sarasota. Tampa ar.d Ter- John B. rborbole. 55. of shock ra Ceia bays. He said othe- thcu- today clowns United as lay on the bottom of the he starred a furnace fire WILI ker- bays. Hancock County Coroner 3. F. SKKKS TKEATMKNT said the man ran rrorrJ BOMBAY. Jan. 5   

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