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   The Times Recorder (Newspaper) - April 8, 1961, Zanesville, Ohio                        AT YOUR SERVICE! Times Rscorder Want Ads "ready, willing and ablo" to stll your "don't nteds" tor you. Dial GL 2-4561 Asic for Classified The Times Recorder ZANESVILLE, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1961 SECTION Appeals Court To Hear 12 Cases Here Next Week Downtown Merchants Win Award For Neivspaper Ads Legislator Asks Free Enterprise State Senator Robert E Zellar Friday called for the return of the "free enterprise" philosophy of government Speaking before the Zanesville Board of Realtors at a luncheon at the YWCA. the veteran legis- lator charged that "a philosophy of government is being advocated and accepted by many that makes government not only the guardian of our inherited constitutional (See Page 1-A for photo) William A. Painter, president of the Downtown Merchants As- sociation, is shown displaying plaque awarded to the organi- zation by the National Adver- tising Executives Association. The presentation was made in behalf of the national associa- tion by William 0 Littick. busi- ness manager of The Times Re- corder. The award was based on the local association's series of out- standing ads. Judging was done from Times Recorder ads dis- played at the national conven- tion of the executives held sev- eral weeks ago m Chicago. Presentation of the plaque was made at the Zanesville mer- chants annual banquet held Thutsdav night at Wmsor's n, Meetings United Commercial Travelers- Family potluck supper at 6 30 p.m. at Grotto Hall. sponsorship of the Home Econom- ics committee. Frazejsburg Elementary School Supper from 5 until p m under the sponsorship of the rights, but urges also that gov- ernment be the guardian of our economic rights and freedoms, a continuation of which will inevi- tably lead to a totalitarian stae." Zeller said it is the function of government to protect the rights of the citizen as guaranteed in the Constitution but it "cannot be responsible for all his economic problems." He pointed out the fact that a person employed for 20 weeks, earning during that period, is now ehbible for jobless pay benefits covering a 39-week period with payments totaling Zellar also charged that 2 per cent of the population refuses to work, preferring to exist on wel- fare benefis. He proposed that all such programs be limited to "real need." "Any other system will destroy initiative, reduce the status of the industrious citizens and stifle he said. He also warned relators to be alert to oppose legislation that would reduce the franchise of Perry Local PTA Bake sale, senior class, starting at a.m. at the Bmtz Rotary Club Monte Carlo party at 7 p.m. at the Zanesville Brothers store. Adams Mills Grange Square dance at 9 p m. at the hall. Adamsville sup- per starting at 5 p m. at the high school cafeteria. Pleasant Grove Grange Eu- chre party at 8 p m under the Yank Hurt By Blast In Saigon SAIGON, South Viet Nam (UPI) A hand grenade apparently thrown by Communist Viet Cong terrorists exploded Friday in the home of an American aid official William A. Thomas, wounding him in the right eye. Thomas, 47, of Fort Myers, Fla. was flown to Clark Air Base Hos- pital outside Manila in the Philip- pines where doctors reported his condition was not serious. His wife and two children in the house with him were not injured Officials said the grenade was wrapped in what appeared to be a towel and that this muffled the blast slightly, saving Thomas' life. Hospital officials said his left eye apparently was not injured by the grenade fragments. The outburst of anti-American terrorism came one day after American officials in Washington announced they would step up arms shipments to the pro-West- ern South Viet Nam government of President Ngo Dinh Diem to aid his seven-year fight against the Viet Cong guerrillas. Jr. Achievement Work Explained The history and activities of Junior Achievement were explain- ed to the Exchange Club at their dinner meeting at the YWCA Fri- day by Hugh J. Hall. J. Osborn. adviser in Junior Achievement, representing Columbia Cement, explained the project for beautifying downtown Zanesville with flower boxes. Her- bert D. Roberts showed a color- ed movie of Disney Land, Califor- nia. The evening's program was in charge of Wilber H. Wheeler and Lemley. Country Club Junior Chamber 4Blue Law' Conviction Will Be Reviewed The Fifth District Court of Appeal-, co here to hear 11 scheduled anrxvled the 'blue law violation conviction of Rutn the Owl Discount Store on The Appeals Court ses-.on is e.xpe< ltd to Wednesday with Judges D Deane Mi Laugh' McClmtock of Canton and LelandJ Rutherford of Mount Gilead prc siding according to Clerk of Com Is Ham F. Smock Judge Rutherford elected to a six vear teim on the court last No- v ember Mrs Grether is appealing a rul- ing by Judge Chnstv Dunn of the County Court who found hei gmltv of violating Ohio's blue 'o a: of M C B. ZHS Choirs To Present Concert Tonight fit c.ra--h o-i Oh.j TJ 13, 195S He had asked SB5 000 from the defendant, Fred Foni charg- ing the latter with negligence Thomas Dick R.lev is appealing a jury's decision awarding to Jesse W. Sands as a result of a two-car crash Oct 17, 1959. The Zanesville High School Music Department, under the di- rection of Glenulle Thomas will present its annual Spring concert at 8 o'clock tonight at the school auditorium. The program will '.Memories In Song" as its theme and in- will feature the Concert Choir The progiam will also elude numbers by the Sophomoie Chou the Gills' Glee Club and the Bovs' Glee Club The chons arc shown hcie, with Thomas seated on podium If AHiY TO TAKE PART Law Adviser For State To Speak Here Ohio's Attorney General Maik McElroy will be" the speaker at the sixth annual dinner meeting of the Muskingum County Retail Beverage Dealers Association t o be held at 6 30 pm Monday at! Dmner -vlli smed at 6 P-m- the Order of Eastem Star- At Knights Templar Will Confer Red Cross Order in the Cyrene Commandery Knights Templar will confer Illustrious Order of the Red Cross on a class of ten candidates open- ing at 4 p m. on Tuesday, en the sixth floor of the Masonic Temple. ir r i j Mctlrov, a native of Cleveland, of Commerce I and half dance at 9 pm at the club rooms in the Elks Lodge. YMCA Stamp Club Meeting at 1-30 p.m. at the YMCA. Kirths Mr and Mrs. Lester J. Andrews of 4331-4 Echo avenue, a daugh- ter, at Good Samaritan, April 6 Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Ellis of 1109 Pine street, a son, at Good Samaritan, April 6. Mr. and Mrs Robert H. Hardy of Chandlersville Route 2, a son, at Bethesda, April 7. Mr. and Mrs. EKin A. Rinnan of 1035 Adair avenue, a son, at lood Samaritan. April 6. Mr. and Mrs. Dana H. Reed of a son, at Good Samari- tan. April 6. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. West- cott of 2434 Hartford avenue, a daughter, at Good Samaritan, April 6. Deaths SWINGLE. Mrs Bertha F.. 64. of 425 North Seventh street. April 7. FORKER, Frank, 71, of Uhrichsville, April 5. SWABTZLANDER. Clarence. 59, of Woodsfield, April 7. ACHESON. Howard 0., 69, of Granville, April 6. property owners and elevate pub- lic housing to a point where it would compete with private hous- ing. Also attending the meeting ivvere Tom V. Moorehead, U. S Congressman for the 15th Dis- trict, David Weissert, state repre- sentative from Muskingum Coun- ty, Dr. Gordon E Gifford, presi- dent of Zanesville City Council and mayor ex-officio; and Jim Bicksel, an official of the Ohio Association of Real Estate Boards. Wesley Engle, president of the Zanesville board, conducted t h e business sesson. Zeller was intro- duced by David Dix. Paris Hit By Violence PARIS (UPI) An Algerian terrorist machmegunned a taxi driver and a policeman to death Friday in a Paris suburb despite massive police raids against French and Moslem extremist France and Algiers. and the stern police action came on the day in which governmentj night s banquet and sneabng pro-1 Sheldon Keith. and Algerian rebels were to have gram Don Bryan and His Top- Howard Hcnrv, DWI Charged In Accident John Henry Hillis, 52, of 210 North Gray street was charged by city police with driving while intoxicated following a two-car collision on Pine street at 10 50 p m. Friday. According to police reports. Hil- lis was driving south on Pine street when his car ran head-on into a car driven north by Carl S. Balderson, 22, of 218 Florence avenue as Balderson was passing a parked car. Break Up Betting CHICAGO (UPI) Police and the United States Coast Guard teamed up Friday to break up a horse betting parlor in Chicago's loop. 7 P-m- the Order of Malta, in long tc form, will be conferred on the same candidates under the direc- tion of V. Herbert Ebert with the j following cast taking part- Orrin Peason, prior; A. D. Mover, lieutenant commander, Earl Schloffman, captain gen- eral; Everett Hess, bishop, Fred- jrick N. Peregoy, chaplain: Harry H. Harsch, marshal; Robert 0. Spangler, captain of the outpost. (1st Banner) W. E Wittlinger. first banner guard; Leo Williams, first banner esquire. (2nd Banner) Howard Davis, second banner guard; Carlos McElfresh, second banner esquire (3rd Banner) William E Cover, third banner guard, Charles F Ross, third ban- ner esquire (4th Banner) Frank L. Dodderer, fourth ban- ner guard, Huber K. King, fourth banner esquire. (5th Banner) Harold Graham, fifth banner in The new outbursts of violence slate offices and office laws which ban sales of geneial j merchandise on Sunday. She was fined and costs on two counts Jan. 1. Atty. Jerold. Zwellmg repiesents Mrs Grether. and Piosecutor Richard Bndvvellj repiesents the state The charges( 1 against Mi s Grether w ei c bi ought i jbv Al Bmb former president of, 'the Downtown Merchants Associ- ation Three criminal appeals are docketed. Dale Suttles of Indiana street is appealing a com iction on non-support charges. He was found guilty of the charges by Probate Court Judge Holland M Gary Nov 29, 1960. Harry Edmund Miller 27, ofj Route 3 is appealing a conviction1, m Common Pleas Couit on two1. Sands, who has since died, charg- Delay Action V On Bid For Relief Funds COLUMBUS (LPI) -The btat. Controlling Board decided charges of (1) petty lar- ed his heart condition was aggra- vated by the (rash and he claim- ed to have suffered other injuries. Harold Lehman, executor of Sands' estate, vas substi'uted as the plaintiff. Attv. Ross L Johnston is ap- a i unrig bv Judge land denving him a S500 settle- ment on a promissory note wh'ch Johnston claims was given him bv Glen Bethel in return for legal services. ROBERT COOPER j r i n T- u r nu u Congolese parliament meet guard: Cecil C. Fulton, fifth ban- i rrrnn n c iiiih nn MARK MCELROY long was active in political af- fairs there and served two terms as a City Councilman. He also served in the Ohio House and Senate. He was elected attorney general in 1958 He attended Kcnyon College at Gambler where he received nine letters in varsity athletics. H e obtained his law desree at West- ern Reserve in Cleveland. In his present capacity, McEl- roy acts as legal adviser to of the Table in the West Reds Reject Federated Congo Plan UNITED N N.Y {UPI) The Soviet Union Friday jected the plan for a confederated, Congo and demanded that the to defer action until Thursday on the Welfare Department's request for S3 9 million for the April poor relief pavmcmt. The funds are due at County Welfare Departments Monday. Robert A. Ranberg told the board Thursday that the depart- ment's poor relief fund was emp- ty He said the department want- ed the board to transfer 3 mil- lion from money which will be given later to aid for aged pen- sioners Combined with SI 5 million the department has raise, this would be enough to make the 13 9 payment of the state's share of poor relief. The board's immediate reaction was to Deddens. would be of having to work for a 5 mil- ilion deficiency appropriation the Welfare Department was tnmg Nine Items On Agenda For Council ceny and (2) receiving stolen property. He was arrested in con- nection with the theft of an esti- mated worth of equipment from brief a Philo man last September and a theft of copper wire from the Ohio Power Company last July. Also scheduled to be heard is an appeal filed by the Tipton broth ers, John 28. of South Zanesville; James, 31, of Linden avenue, and j plaints of residents concerning ap- Herman of Avondale. Theyjpraisement of property for sam- were indicted by the January grand jury on three counts each of assault and filed as the City councilmen will face a session Monday evening with a total of only rune items on the agenda for consideration. Heading the agenda will be a report from Mayor Gordon Gif- ford on the appointment of a board of revision to hear com- been able toiresult of a cafe row SePt 17 Wanda Sprankle is appealing a judgment which was handed dow n sewers on Princeton ave- nue, Leonard avenue and Bell street Councilmen will also consider a communication fiom the City Planning Commission regarding bv the Common Pleas Court on a the vacation of Cranford street cognovit note. The an adjacent alley a resolu- c u-11 County court vacated a judgment jtion authorizing payment of the shy away bsn William Count of Jerry B Wolfe a reso. R Cincinnati, said hei v j f Pleas Court Names as defendant placed in the position to obtain from the legislature, if he approved the proposal The S7 5 million would poor Elizabeth Bethel. The state is seeking to have a ijury verdict in a land-appropria- tion suit against E. F. Dutro, Inc (reduced. The state claims a Com- mon Pleas jury awarded an "ex- jcessive amount" to Du- lution authorizing execution of a change order on a contract with the Boulton Excavating Sen ice, Inc: an amendment to the 1961 appropriation ordinance, an or- dinance vacating an un named al- ley south of Sharon avenue from Goddard allev to east of Cran- relief through the end of the Inc _ for a 323-acre tract of ford street and an ordinance es-   be adapted and filled Ncar wlU warden: Charles A rNoland. subsequent meetings" New home Cuuuul officers and fiom each Home Demonstration group will be in stalled Projects from the past jHarlman was Charged in connection with thc breaking and entenng of the Bragg Service Station at McConnclsville on Feb 9. Three other Muskingum Coun- ty men were sentenced to t h e Mansfield Reformatory earlier this week after pleading guilty to grand larceny in the same court. Church Class Supper Loyal Harvesters Class of the Meadow Farms Methodist Church will sponsor a ham supper Satur- day evening. April 15 during the hours of thru p.m. in the church hall on Coopermill road. The pubU; is cordially invited. late. Everett A Hess, assistant prelate. Charles F Ross, treasur- er Ornn Pearson recorder, Edward L Mcrrv. standard bear Frank E Dodderer sword bearer James A. Schlarb ward er Warren P McConnell third guard. William guard. Donald B Idcn. first D. Of A. be on di-plav Hurt In fall Elected Charles Mattingly of 739 Lo- cust avenue has been elected vice president of the Student Medical Association at Marquette Univer- sity at Milwaukee. He is enrolled in the School of Medicine there. at the time, but a ruling by Holland M Gary, probate judge, was that Carlos was mentallv competent Paul Harden i- seeking to col- lect S3 000 he claims to have loan- James Torbert, 81. of Sebring 'ed to the Supply Corp on former McConnclsvillc res-an oral agreement legal bat- idenl fractured his hip in a fall tie over whether a third pariv Thc White Caination Council m YotingMowr this week He is a'vvas involved erdod in a r.lirg Daughter of will mcd son of Mis Eunice Tnrheit 100-1for the defendan' Mondav at 7 pm the Odd Fel- Old lesidert of the Parnutcr The ruled tV the defend lows Hall with IIis I-red Cole- Nursing Home in Malta gues is an excessive amount Car-j Thc Samual j BUkt los says he suffered a mental Company offcrcd d bid (lf m Meeting 90 for the project which will con- sist of building an access road one third of a mile loi.g and 18 feet wide and 600 feet of parking area both to have a bituminous surface. About five acres of land wul also reed to be seeded C n-t of the project had been estimated at man presiding Mr- William Mai- second thews ]n of ,hc cial program. All members are euard, Frederick N. Peregov. to attend .-ai1 ard a motni--. for a new t-ia' made bv itie plaintiff denied aPPcalmc 3 decision denving him arv tinel. Ankle Sprained Lawrence Orwig, 36. of Nor- wich Route 1 was treated at Be- thesda Hospital for a severe sprain to his right ankle, received when he fell and caught his foot between two rocks while fixing fence at ys farm. Driver Cited Robert Leroy Allard. 19. of Rose- ville Route 1 was cited for im- proper changing of lanes early Friday afternoon following a min- or Iwo car collision on Sixth street near the Main sheet in- tersection. He was released on his own for hc in Locals Mr. and Mrs. C. T. White and Mrs Mary L o n g 1 c y returned Thursday morning after spending several weeks with the Whites' daughter, Mrs. Jane Wyman and daughter Gail at Tucson. Ariz Mr. and Hany Torbert have relumed from a visit with their daughter. Mrs. Reed Furrow and family in Flint. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Vmton Gore and refreshments. A special program family plan to move to Barnes- ville where lie has been employ- ed as manager of a new store, reded Erwine. Police Cruiser Contract Let wjs awarded a eont-ac. to thiee police Al Licking View Hwr" e a 1 total tp-t. le-s trade r of Licking View Parent Teacher'at cording to Oty Manager Rich- Organization will meet at 7.30 aid CtMer. p m. Tuesday at the school. First CViei sa d the grade room mothers will serv e'nutted by White will be presented and there will be music by the school band di- {o'u'il bid stib- as S6.297 with S475 given as a hade-in. The new cruisers, Chevrolet police -.pc- cials, will replace the thice oldest cru'Aers now in service.-   

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