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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1957, Zanesville, Ohio r Newspaper Fights For Your Bights To Know And See The Times Recorder Serving And Southeastern Ohio For Three Generations 135 28 PAGES ZANESVILLE OHIO MONDAY JUNE 10 1957 THE WEATHER CLOUDY AND WARMER SEVEN CENTS Class of 139 to Receive Degrees from Historic Muskingum Historic Muskingum college will present diplomas today to a class of 139 seniors including five from Zanesville and seven others from this county Dr Arthur B McKay eminent religious authority and following an academ i c of McCormick Theological ary at Chicago will deliver the Commencement address at cises which will be held o'clock in the Physical Education procession across the campus The baccalaureate sermon was delivered Sunday afternoon at Brown Chapel by Dr Wilbur hart pastor of the First terian church at Warren Dr Robert N Montgomery president of will coa fer five honorary degrees at day's exercises Receiving the degree of Doctor of Divinity will be Dr McKay the Commencement Rev John M Bald professor of ogy and ethics and Pittsburgh Xenia Seminary and Dr Joseph E McCabe pastor of the church at Chestnut Hill in Philadelphia Doctor of Law degrees will go to Harold P Finney Clevel and industrialist and Dr J F Bell professor of economics at the Uni- versity of Illinois Mr Finney is president of the college board ol trustees whose daughter Marilyn Joanne is a member of the ating class Following the exercises at the annual alumni luncheon will be held in the new Women's Various class reunions were held Saturday night including a eth anniversary dinner by the Class 1907 Eight of the surviving members were present The class originally numbered 31 Seniors from Muskingum county receiving degrees today will Bachelor of Arts Ronald Lee Apperson Patrica Sue Ferguson and William F Murphy all of Zanesville and Brian cic Jean Lowery Brownlee ley A Clemenson Janet Louise Combs Jack Russell Van Reeth and Kay Frances Welker all of Concord Bachelor of William Eugene Rockwell East Bachelor of Science in E Combs Snyder fmri Norman and Monroe Lewis Wesley Clay Freeport Harry Thomas field St John F ser Warsaw Patricia Ann mon Graysville Russell Edward Mullady Jr New Philadelphia James William Parker Belmont Betty Louise Schaffer Shadyside Dale L Sisley Coshocton and Wanda Joann Cunningham ant City Others in the graduating class this part of Ohio and the Degrees they will be awarded Bachelor of Arts Lee gell Robert Louis Braun Bachelor of Science William Richard Heskett all Brown Cambridge John Cambridge Carole Elaine Thomas Jackson Holloway f Flushing Mary Jane Emil Kostecka Powhatan Point Donald Franklin Marn and Frederick Joseph Seidel Bellaire Donald Charles Theiss and ert William Webber both of ter Robert Glen Douglas Buffalo and William Lester er Old Washington Bachelor of Science in tion Elma Baxter Booth Mary Marguerite Eckleberry and June Alice Tingle all of Cambridge and Carolyn Annette Adams Johnstown Bachelor of Science in Music Education Carol Jean nan Barnesville BACCALAUREATE SERVICES bers of the graduating class at cram high school leave St Nicholas church where they attended eate services The 76 boys and girls re- their diplomas at Commencement exercises night at St Thomas church Rosecrans Seniors Told Face Future With Faith Thirty three young women and 43 young men making up the largest class and the first to complete its four years of high school study graduated from Bishop Rosecrans high Sunday with their baccalaureate service Mayflower II Moves Slowly On Course PLYMOUTH Mass June 9 m The tiny square rigged bark Mayflower II repeating the grims crossing of the tic in 1620 slowly cut down the miles today between her and this landing place of the Pilgrims Cmdr Alan J Villiers ed the Mayflower's position at 10 EDT was 38 north 70 west or 150 miles south west of Nantucket Lightship in the morning and ment exercises in the evening Both events were attended by relatives and friends who packed St Nicholas church in the ing and St Thomas last night After the commencement the graduates and friends were guests at a party given by their at the Knights of jus ballroom where an orchestra played for the dancing Rev Fr William lain at Mt St Ursula in Old Washington gave the ate sermon and Rev Fr Charles A Curran professor of ing and guidance at Loyola Uni- versity Chicago the com- speaker Receiving special recognition and awards Sunday night Carol Ronning valedictorian trophy K of C award in religion bookkeeping in Ohio 525 bond New Row Amongst Union Heads Shore watchers guessed this progress might bring her into Provincetown Tuesday she must cross Massachusetts bav and come into Plymouth at high tide radio message said the little craft was meeting strong east northeast winds and was ing north by west at six knots Mrs Nancy Villiers the per's attractive brunette wife arrived in Boston in midmorning by plane from London She was met at Logan airport and driven here where she will be the guest of Harry Homblower president of Plantation Inc a non profit historical organization en- gaged in recreating a Pilgrim settlement here Mayflower is scheduled to stay at Plymouth some 12 days then move on to New York About Thanksgiving time in late ber she will be brought back to a permanent berth here as a gift of the British people Four More Die Of Poisoning LA PLATA Argentina June 9 Four more persons died here today of food poisoning ing to 12 the number of deaths attributed to spoiled served in a La Plata restaurant Authorities said some of the 50 still hospitalized are in delicate condition Officials continued to broadcast calls to all customers of the eating place in the last to see their doctors An mated persons ate at t h e restaurant in the period when the pimientos were served Pimientos the fleshy fruit of the Spanish paprika are a staple from Pilot club for outstanding study in business education William Groce trophy K of C award finalists in education one of eight finalists in self reliance award in tional current affairs essay con- test honorable mention gum county scholarship Paul Herda honorable mention in county in general scholarship tests Barbara Gorskey able mention general scholarship tests and Companion award in mission Judy Goelz honorable mention in ty scholarship tests Companion award mission study and bookkeeping in Ohio test Carol Arnold ion in mission study medal in Religion IV George Harper al in English WASHINGTON June A new labor union row broke out today when A T Jones who is seeking to unseat Joseph A Beirne as president of the Com- Workers of America CWA charged his opponent with falsely accusing him of ni union funds Jones asked ical Practices committee to in- immediately what he called this malicious and derous falsehood Beirne denied that he had made the accusation against Jones in turn charged the latter with gutter politics He said Jones showed a lack of discretion and was adopting tactics of ruin the union if I can't rule it Jones now CWA vice Finding of Headless Body May Spell End Of English Mystery Headless Corpse Dressed in Regalia Of Frogman May Be That of Missing Commander Crabb of British Royal Navy CHICHESTER England June 9 IB A man's headless body with equipment attached was washed up near here today and may spell the end of one of Britain's biggest mysteries Royal Air found the body on a sandbank on Island a few miles along the coast from where the navy's wartime ace frogman Cmdr Lionel Buster Crabb disappeared on a mysterious diving operation near a Russian warship last Eight Dead 83 Injured As Bomb Goes Of f In Dance Hall Algerian Nationalists Blamed for Explosion Amongst Gay Police said the body had been I of the Argentine diet Sylvia Smedley medal in lems of democracy William Brennan one of 16 finalists in self reliance award medal in math Companion in mission study Donald Thompson medal in Art II Suzanna Mills medal in journalism Shirley Noll Typing II medal Lois Kolhler one of 16 finalists in self Shorthand II medal Peter Clark medal in ical drawing Leader de- gree one of IS finalists in self reliance Joan Thomas Companion award Ann DeVoI and Thomas Ritchey each Pala dian Award Order of St Louis the Crusader Virginia Crock A fred Newsom medals for service Barbara Rosta one o 16 finalists self reliance Carol Ronning was the torian and William Groce the sal Rev Fr Richard J Endres principal of Rosecrans Turn lo Page dent opposes Beime in an tion to be held at the union's con- vention in Kansas City Mo ing June 17 In a letter to AFL-CIO dent George Meany which Jones made public Jones said Beirne had made the statement that substantial sums of money for which no proper accounting has ever been made had been turned over to me He inferred Jones said that the only reason he did not pursue a proper accounting of the 000 in question was that he did not want the organization to be subjected to the undesirable city associated with one of its top officers going to jail Beirne told a reporter the 500 was borrowed by the union from U S Steel Corp the in the water for some able time They gave no further tion except that from equipment attached to the body they ed it to be that of a frogman The Admiralty was ly informed of the discovery An Admiralty spokesman we shall give whatever assistance we can towards identifying the body Crabb's disappearance ed with the visit to Britain of Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin and Communist Party Boss Nikita Khrushchev in April last year It had all the atmosphere of a cloak-and-dagger thriller and has never been officially explained Questions were asked in the House as to whether Crabb had been spying on the viet cruiser Ordzhonikidze brought Bulganin and Khrushchev to Britain The frogman disappeared nea Portsmouth April 19 1956 Ten days later the admiralty said he was presumed dead after failing to return from a test dive Russia sent a protest ing that a frogman ly Crabb had been seen near the Ordzhonikidze Britain replied expressing regret and saying that what Crabb was doing was com- unauthorized The affair blew up into a mystery Security officials visited the Portsmouth hotel where Crabb bad been staying and removed a page from the register containing bis name Newspapers speculated that Crabb might have been caught Turn lo page German Seeks Title In Britain LONDON June 9 Jl A man prince who fought with a German Panzer division in World War II today was reported ing recognition as a British GRANDSON OF name Is ton Truman Daniel My mother Mararet Truman iel whoie daddy once was president of the United States I wai born June 5 at Doctors hospital in New York My daddy Daniel this picture AP Wirephoto Southern Bell Telephone Co strike in 1955 He said the money was fully repaid during the last two months and was a legitimate loan properly counted for man h Sunday Express said Prince Ernst of Hanover old grandson of Kaiser Wilhelm II was preparing a petition to Queen Elizabeth II claiming the title of Duke of Cumberland The prince holds British under a law granting citizenship to the House of Hanover once the ruling house of England Prince Premier Of Italy May Resign ROME June 9 CB Sources close to Premier Zoli said tonight he will resign in a fewl days because of a recount of vote of confidence he won in the T Gets More Confusing Daily Japan June 9 m S Girard's Japanese fiancee said today the young Illinois case has become so complicated we don't understand any Mosl of Orchestra Killed Outright By Blast Under Bandstand Amis And Legs Blown From Many Victims ALGIERS June 9 iff A powerful time bomb exploded tonight I under a dance band platform in a chic casino crowded with gay dancers killing eight persons and wounding 83 Some of the most prominent families in Algiers were in the crowd of 300 at the Casino de la Corniche in the suburb of St Eugene Gay young couples were ing to a cha-cha-cha number when the bomb presumably went off with a terrific roar Most of the casino's Lucky Starway orchestra were be- killed outright Arms and legs were blown from about a dozen persons J Blood covered shattered and crockery I BEIRUT Lebanon June 9 The uninjured to the of Lebanon's of the screaming wounded I tern government grabbed the Among the dead dying and today in Parliamentary Girard's Fiancee Says Case Pro-Western Candidates Take Lead Encouraged By Nixon NEW YORK June 9 M Dana Bennett 13 of Denver winner of the annual al spelling bee said today Vice President Nixon has encouraged her in her ambition to become a school teacher j Dana and Sandra Owen of Partly cloudy and Navarre Ohio visited Nixon er Monday chance of scattered thunderstorms at night or on Tuesday Not much change in temperature Tuesday fifi fi p m Noon 15 76 S p m W pm H 72 Ight 65 in his office after winning the ling contest on Friday in ington Dana said Nixon told her he was happy to hear she was ing toward a career in education because the country needs teachers very badly Salk Associate Takes Own Life PITTSBURGH June 3m Maj Bryon L Bennett 49 the first associate of Dr Jonas Salk in the development of tihe Salk vaccine shot and ed himself today The Allegheny Pittsburgh cor office which listed the death as suicide said Bennet who lives in Germany holds man citizenship as well The Dukedom of Cumberland created in 1799 by George III was removed from the Roll of ages in 1919 when Prince Ernst's the holder grandfather killed himself at his home He had been suffering from a longed and painful hip disease Dr Salk expressing deep sonal sorrow at the death of his associate credited Bennett with making possible much of the work of our team Mai Bennett came to the Uni- versity of Pittsburgh from the Army Medical school in in 1947 He was associated with the preparation and testing of the first Salk vaccine used in lumans A native of Mt Vernon Tex Bennett was associated with re- search at Harvard Medical chool and made several ditions to Central America and frica Durinc his World War II ervice he was decorated for his art in the conquest of typhus fought against the Allies in the first World War The way was left open for the Duke's sor to petition for restoration un- der the act of deprivation which Her majesty may refer such petition to a committee of the privy council may di- rect that the peerage be ed The German prince if in gaining the title will be entitled to a seat in Dhe House of Lords ranking 23rd among the 956 members These sources said he had been advised by parliamentary circles that a showed his ning margin had been provided by Fascist votes and that Zoli was determined not to continue in office with his political life de- pending on Fascists He is a Christian Democrat Most Italian newspapers pre- he would quit within 48 hours Communists and Fascists alike were chortling widi glee The decision whether to resign is up to him It will depend 1 Whether there was an error in counting the chamber of ties vote of confidence Friday night His party said he won by one vote without counting Fascist ballots that were cast for him 2 Whether the for- mer anti-Fascist partisan would accent a vote of confidence whose majority depended upon kiss of death Fascist support He has said he would not There was no question that Zoli and his new crat government won clear votes Girard 21 Arm specialist charged with fatal shooting a Japanese woman she gatherer on a U.S firing rang last January yesterday ed the Japanese lawyer he ha hired two days before to him The lawyer was fired on tel phoned orders from Girard's brot er in Ottawa 111 in a move deny Japanese jurisdiction in th granted by a sta department Pentagon approved by President er I guess Bill's brother is run of confidence in the senate and chamber He had a comfortable margin in both branches of the legislature with the unsolicited support of Monarchists and cists CHURCH WASHINGTON June 9 resident Eisenhower attended 11 m services at the National church today Air Guardsmen To Train COLUMBUS Ohio June 9 M Some Ohio Air National Guardsmen will take part in a two week summer training course at Phelps Collins Air Na tional Guard base at Alpena Mich beginning July 27 Maj Gen Leo M Kreber Ohio tant general announced today Another guardsmen from seven states including groups from Zanesville and Springfield Ohio will undertake field ing in communications in North and South Carolina Taking part in the Michigan training course will be all units of the Fighter Interceptor wing of the Guard the Air Force band from Toledo and the state Wealthy Cop To Keep Job NICE France June 9 to A 40 year old Nice policeman whose wife has just inherited from her mother a sizeable for- tune she never expected thinks he'll stay on tht sudden wealth force despite The fortune totalling some 100 million francs about plus a farm and factory in Normandy properties in the Paris region and a tidy sum in bonds goes to Paul wife Lucienne 41 who never saw her mother Lucienne was bom in a rest home in 1916 child of the daugh ter of a rich industrialist who turned the baby over to a nurse and never saw her again But the mother who died last year left everything to the ter in a will recently verified in court A genealogist traced through information and records in the will The parents of two small children have left their small apartment here for a trip io Colombes which was the home of Lucienne's mother But though Duffaut has taken a short cave of absence ht plans to re- turn to his job Haiti Orders Loyalty Check PORT AU PRINCE Haiti Jun 9 W Provisional President Dan icl has ordered his arm chief to run a loyalty check o every army officer from to colonel action was today as rumors persisted of an attempt to unseat him just governments before r lave been unseated since Decem As commander in chief of the armed forces Fignole sent a let ter to Brig Gen Antonio Keb reau demanding clearcut details on the acts and attitudes of of who took part in stree clashes that plunged the capita into a brief civil war May 25 letter said such infer mation would enable him to take necessary steps to preserve the army's unity and discipline Il would also enable him to mine what officers he can count on Little Princess Has Cousin PHILADELPHIA June 9 W Little Princess Caroline of naco doesn't know about it yet but she has a new cousin and the John B Kellys of phia have a grandson after six granddaughters in a row Mrs Kelly Lc Vine sister of the former movie star who is now Princess Grace gave birth yesterday to two ounce Donald Christopher Mrs Le Vine is the wife of Broker Donald Lc Vine She has a daughter named Grace for her aunt All the other Kelly grand- Tuc children are Col things said the rhe dismissed said the dismissal was Hayashi attorney too and that he had already with a district court signed by Girard a n d his indictment don't know what thinks talk about said the girl Haru Candy don't know whether be better off in a Japanese or an American court I just want to get t over with one way or the as soon as possible doing my best to take care Of but he is upset and ured were young children from family parties None of che dead was over 25 Of those injured 25 grave condition French and id squads sped to the casino a two story yellow stucco ing in a palm garden on a cliff jutting out into the sea Police said the bomb was den in the concrete base The stand was raised about a foot above the level of the en dance floor in the gaily rated room Police were looking for an gerian steward at the casino who vanished before the bomb went off This is not politics this is said a French man The police blamed the bombing on Algerian Nationalist terrorists who six days ago planted bombs in three lampposts near crowded bus and streetcar stops The bombs went off during the late rush hour killing 4 and wounding 84 vous And so am I Candy masks anxiety daily visits Girard at 60 ne bright hope French officials said the ing apparently was to tir up ex- abroad over the rebellion and bring the United Nations into the dispute or to pet a quick favorable ment from a new French ment The terrorist strike came as Robert LaCoste resident minister For Algeria was conferring in Paris with Premier Designate Maurice Bourses Maunoury visit rp presumably were discussing hasn't cen this before to take in Algeria's re- he likes it she said miles outside Tokyo restriction by he Today she put on a new blue and white melt prayers before a Jhist altar in her room and set off far nightly visit Asked Come Home WASHINGTON June of a gir madly in love anc a senate age pleaded today that the back to the Swedish Tuesday nts n is the day the girl's ue to for and upset the wife of ol Wennerstrom Swedish ir attache said it would be so better if she would come ack minute we leave she will illegally the girl's added There would be to do but deport her to She knows this very well she s jeen a ner Mrs Wennerstrom said she has eard a word from her missing Huw suburban Falls since ast Sunday er While police in 13 states far the youngsters the arc going ahead return to Sweden parents plans to under orders calling for reassignment bellion against French rule There is no indication that Bourges Maunoury as premier would soften the fight on the rebels he directed as de- fense minister He said in Paris LaCoste would retain his large responsibilities for Algeria in any Bourges cabinet tions marked by two violent clashes One person was killed and 11 wounded in one short fight be- tween two groups of Armenians who split over support of the first in the Middle East to endorse the Eisenhower doctrine Eyewitnesses said the ties were caused by explosion of a home made bomb in the midst of the melee Helmeted soldiers on guard since bloody political riots hers May 30 broke up the battle They also squelched a lar melee in another part of the city Voters of Beirut and South bannon chose 22 members of the parliament in the opening day of a three day election Tha other seats will be filled in tions the next two Sundays Government candidates von five victories the opposition tional Front three and an pendent one seat in returns from South Lebanon The National Front generally takes a leftist and pro Egyptian stand One surprise was the defeat of Ahmed El Assaad an important opposition leader at Sour or an- cient Tyre Government candidates also were leading in Beirut on the ba- sis of unofficial returns Health Officers Inspect Liner SAN FRANCISCO June 9 IS The luxury liner President land was delayed two hours in docking today while U S Public Health Service officials gated passengers who have re- covered from a strange oriental flu Ten volunteered samples of blood which were taken for study at the Army's virus laboratory at Letterman hospital Five of the ship's 500 gers were still in sick bay with die influenza The cases were mile and they were allowed to leave the ship Dr Edgar W Norris chief quarantine officer for the U S Public Health Service in San Francisco said 96 persons ing on the Cleveland were ed at one time or another as the ship touched Manila Hong Kobe and Yokohama Motorist Held In Fatality DAYTON Ohio June 9 W Police today arrested a old Fairborn man in the death of an Air Force general's son who was killed by a hit-skip motorist at Air Force sase near here late last night Held in nearby Fairborn city jail was Clyde Moore 37 accused of driving the car that struck and killed Van R Shores III 14 son of Brig Gen Van R Shores Jr The youth's friend Michael Estes 13 son of Maj Gen H M ristes Jr was reported in Editorial 4 condition at the base hospital Officers Moore was ed with driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an The state highway patrol Said it would confer with Greene county officials tomorrow about iling manslaughter charges against Moore Behind Page One Radio TV 16 Theaters IS Women's News 17 18 19 20 Comic Page 21 Sports 22 23 25 26 27 r
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