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Coshocton Tribune (Newspaper) - May 19, 1957, Coshocton, Ohio Phone numbers news room 170 subscriptions classified and display ads 205 the Coshocton Tribune weather mostly Cloudy with Shower Day warmer monday. Vol. Xviii no. 265 comic and Pluto Al Serrec Bestol newspaper features Coshocton Ohio sunday morning May 19, 1957 pull Lealiea wire report of the United Preu ten cents Farmers like Border collies Dave Beck in trouble with Al Cio monday Wooster Man who raises them shows what they can do by Grier Coleman the Border Collie famous As a working Field dog and for its performances in Public exhibitions lives up to Ever Promise when watched close at hand answering the commands of its master three members of the Tribune staff this past week had the Opportunity of seeing five of these magnificent dogs performing in the Field. The scene was the farm Home of Carl Bradford near a Ooster on hand were Lester to d City Edi Tor Bill Felver photographer and this reporter featured on the Ohio Story television program and publicly viewed via films and exhibitions the Border copies owned and trained by the Bradford family Are widely known not Only in Ohio but throughout the United states and Canada named for the District from which they come the Border area of England and Scotland this Spe j Breed of Collie has developed an instinct for herding Stock unsurpassed by any other animal the Border Collie is Black Domi Egypt considers Suez Issue Over traffic Normal nation to ignore israeli French protest on canal Cairo May 18 up Suez canal traffic reached its Normal level today under egyptian terms that All nations except France and Israel accepted informed s o u r c e s said that Egypt considered the canal con it reopened the Ranal the number equalled the daily average prior to last july when the waterway was nationalized with the canal Issue settled according to egyptian thinking the suntry turned to internal mat ters. President Gamal Abdel Nasser s government decided a National parliamentary election july 3 in other Mideast developments at the United nations in new York the israeli delegation Reaf firmed Israel s intention to Send a test ship through the canal and continued on Page sixteen permanent loss of labor posts believed certain fifth amendment stalling part of reason for action by Maureen Thlin Washington May 18 up teamster president Dave Beck besieged by attacks from con Gress tax authorities and labor leaders faces new trouble Mon Day almost certain permanent loss of his posts As an Al Cio vice president and executive Council member. The Al Cio Council Tempo Ranly suspended Beck from the two jobs m March on grounds he had brought the labor to ement into disrepute on monday the Council Calls Beck on the carpet again to decide whether to make the suspension permanent the Council will base its Deci Sion on a provision of the Al Cio Constitution that one of the objects and principles of the Parent Union is to protect the labor movement from any and All continued on Page sixteen five dogs Bottom photo re used by Carl 1 How easy it is to control a flock of sheep or to Nan Fly with a White Blaze on the we a. Xvi vat i Mart on pj7p a tar a Albradford to demonstrate in pictures above it i make ducks go wherever he wants them to go continued on Page eight things of Benny is hungry by Henry Price Manorville by up i last night i Benjamin Hooper or from the Shaft to pick up a piece 33 Vear of rope Spunky 7 Earold ferny Hooper old truck Driver want Home from from that moment until he was behind the Hooper Home on Long Island mrs Hooper did not eat or sleep still unaware of the drama of his the Hospital As Oon As he ruled to afet nearly 24 hours during the tortured hours in which thousands flee Oklahoma floods Tulsa okla May 18 up thousands of people stacked furniture packed bags and fled be fore an ominous surge of the a Kansas River Here today while intermittent rain added to okla homa s flood disaster the flood Crest expected at Tulsa tonight was postponed for 12 hours or longer however when the Arkansas River absorbed the Shock of a murky 200 mile Long democrats scoff at claim that Ike needs gop help by Frank Eleazer Washington up democrats suggested today that president Eisenhower needs More republicans in Congress.,.,V. U m v v t. ._., -. _ near fatal 24 hour entrapment m his boy was All right uhen he Ater Benny Ana his plight were she waited for rescuers to reach drowning Man needs water key Republican Law. T makers said Thil in t so and denied they Are at Odds wit Well raised his had m an Roxy arrived there he found that work the Center of Wor wide prayers Gen tent today and said two men on police orders had filled the Pra ers were answered at up the 25 foot Well in his Back t 3 1 o cock ast night when a Anda the Bov was rushed to Bay View Hospital nearly 15 Miles Roxy magic words. m hungry the exhausted Yard a huge Rescue Shaft dug re Cue Vorker reached him boy said airing Benny s entrapment also then he smiled had been filled Benn s Mother father and Doc tried leaping Hole tors decided then Ana there that Benny plunged into the Shaft at go t a s p a caution Ever thing would be All right with 7 50 p m thursday he tried to Eurn Onla his jaw was Benny who w a pulled half con leap Over the Hole during the few of. A j scions and nearly Frozen to safety i minutes his father stepped away k " bore Gest Burns from rubbing against the Sand in his trap he was in a state of extreme exhaustion but the fact he did not become pan Civ and try o claw his Way out was credited by his doctor with being one of the Mam Rea on forms Sui Vival 0\ Gen pumped to Benny and the fact his jacket slipped Over his head pro dec tag him from falling Sand also were factors contributing to his survival doctors said i feel Fine Benny said on Awakening this morning he added that my body is sore " but he managed a smile for his Mother mrs Borghild Hooper a Tel Cahone operator who was at work when Benny fell in the Well three notions7 ships fail to find any Trace of sub london7, May 18 up British dutch and swedish ships search ing the North sea found no Trace today of a submarine which had been believed sunk about Midway Between Britain and the Northern Netherlands the flashing buoy sighted last night b the danish freighter whose signals set off the search also had vanished it was believed to have sunk the Only foreign object found in the area was an anchored Oil drum dropped by the danish freighter Marv Ort to Mark the approximate position of the mys ten oui buoy at Nightfall the Only Seatch ship still on the scene was the British minesweeper Bramble a Bramble search As Long As there appeared to be the slightest Hope of Success the dutch sub Chaser utrecht hampered by Turbine trouble gave up the search before noon Satis fied that there was no submerged vessel in the area Sonor detectors on the utrecht did pick up a sunken object near the Oil drum Marker but opera tors said the echoes it returned to the receiver were too Mushy to come from the steel Hull of a warship there were no u British or dutch submarines reported miss ing in the North sea soviet sub marines have sometimes been re ported snooping in the area but there was no indication that her son when be still was beside him today i was running and i hit the dirt the boy said he still appeared to be unaware of the commotion he set off when he tumbled flown the Well Shaft. He must be a great boy who continued on Page " sixteen Val authorities Here ordered the any was there last night political per scope county has Many contests on Tan for fall elections by Ken Slaughter now that the Coshocton primary is a matter of history the Politi Cal spotlight now shifts to the fall Campaign to be participated in by candidates seeking municipal township Board of education and municipal judge posts five municipalities m addition to Coshocton will select mayors councilmen and clerk treasurers at the nov 5 election the Vil Lagos Are West Lafayette Cones Ville Plumfield Warsaw and Nel lie Warsaw and West Lafayette also will elect members to boards of Public affairs each of the 22 townships will elect two trustees eight school districts including t h e newly created Centra local will Schect boards of education members three members Are to be named to the Coshocton county Board of education the principals in the county wide contest for municipal judge will be c m Burklew incumbent and attorney Robert a Carton five new members of the Cen trial local school District will be elected this fall. Here Are the other seven school districts and the number of Mem Bers to be elected on each Board. Bakersville two Fresno three new Bedford two West Lafay Ette three Plumfield two Union and Warsaw two each the Coshocton county Board of elections Points out that aug 7 is the deadline for filing petitions of candidacy and notices of Bond is sues and tax levies for the no vember election. Voters in Coshocton this fall will continued on Pace Nln i City Council plans informal meeting a general discussion on prob lems City Council and the administration expect to face this summer will be held at an informal meet ing of Council at 7 p m monday president Russell Mcconnell said among the subjects to be de bated Are these 1 the possibility of restoring some of the City services curtailed or terminated a few months ago due to the Lack of funds 2 plans for a Celebration Mark ing the annexation of the Village of Roscoe to the City of Coshocton 3 the possibility of installing traffic lights with timing devices at seventh and eighth its or. Chestnut St for the Protection of children going to and from Chest a nut school 4 reviewing a traffic problem at Walnut St and Park a for the Protection of sacred heart school children 5 the matter of Clearing the Way for residents seeking to have new and old subdivisions annexed to the City of Coshocton. Or Mcconnell said that because monday night s meeting will be in formal the evening will be devoted entirely to the discussion of prob lems and that no official action on any will be taken. Memorial service plans discussed plans for the Observance of memorial Day in Coshocton thurs Day May 30, will be completed at a meeting in vow Post 1330 quart ers 131 North second St monday night the annual affair is sponsored jointly by the american legion and vow posts 1330 and 2040 representatives who will make final arrangements for the Parade and program will be Paul Moffitt of the american legion French Henderson of vow Post 1330 and Sam Kempf of vow Post 2040 the program will include a speaker at the court Square and decorating the Graves of veterans in Oak Ridge and South Lawn Ceme teries a firing squad will fire Sal utes Over the Graves of deceased veterans their president on such issues As cutting his budget the Rene Ved s p a r r i n g was touched off by Eisenhower s state ment to a regional Republican conference in Cincinnati yester Day that his program is making Little Progress in fhe democratic Congress and that he hoped republicans would be restored to control next year if the president could get More support from the Repuk cans now in Congress his pro Gram would be coming along bet ter than it is speaker Sam rav Burn commented i Don t see How More republicans would help the Veteran Texas Democrat said in an interview it appears that the More republicans the president succeeds in getting into Congress the worse off he will be House Republican Leader to Mph w Martin or mass mean time told a. Reporter he sees no b g difference Between himself and congressional republicans Uke Senate gop Leader William f Knowland Calif on the one hand and Eisenhower on the other he said when the current ses Sion of Congress is done the rec Ord will show that it was re pub lean members not democrats who gave the president the sup port he needs sen Jacob k javits r n a member of the Senate s hard Core of modern republicans conceded that Eisenhower is having his problems with con Gress " but he said that Eisen Hower has now begun to fight for his legislative program javits said he is delighted to see Eisenhower fighting for his budget because that represents after All the sinews insofar As his program is concerned " Rayburn contended the record m Congress so far shows that democrats regularly bailed out the president when he was awash in Republican opposition he cited As a recent example the British loan Extension on which a sub Stantial majority of House re pub 1 cans voted against the presi Dent s proposal. Flood tide on the Cimarron River the Cimarron which ran wild across Northern Oklahoma after 10 to 18 Inch cloudburst two Days ego joins the Arkansas 12 Miles above Tulsa River forecasters predicted a Crest Here sunday morning six or seven feet above flood stage from Here downstream the a Kansas is expected to have the worst flood since 1923 removal of people and their portable belongings continued at a feverish clip amid the showers some people were sandbagging their Homes in Hopes of keeping Back the dirty tide More than 2,000 had moved to higher ground a ninth person died in the state a a result of a four Day siege of violent thunderstorms accompanied by Tornado alarms damaging straight winds and Hail the Vic , first reported in the state in wire blown Down at Durant okla. Although Rains appeared to be lessening today local floods pestered residents at a dozen places Ever Oklahoma along the Washita River in South Central Oklahoma thousands of Fertile farmlands were inundated and three cities Pauls Valley Maysville and Lind a were harassed the Cimarron had crested on its reaches above Tulsa with Resi dents at Coyle Perkins Dover and hundreds of Farmers Survey no losses that will run into the millions smaller streams forced Lowland residents to flee at Black Well and Wewoka okla. President Eisenhower acting on the request of Oklahoma gov. Raymond Gary proclaimed sections of Oklahoma a major disaster area thus making Federal funds available for Relief and re 36 hours was electrocuted by a pairs. Art Sanford is stricken by heart attack on Golf course Arthur g Art Sanford 60 56 Plant was stricken with a fatal Sheridan re manager of employee heart attack shortly before noon Plant and Community relations of saturday the Coshocton general electric co or Ganford had just completed nine holes of Golf at the Lake Park Hills course and was walking to the club House when he suffered the fatal attack or. Sanford had been playing with a group of general electric officials an employee of the general elec trie co for 41 years or Sanford took the position he held at the time of his death in june 1953 he started with be at Pittsfield Massas a Wireman s Helper since then he served As a drafts Man building designer construction Engineer Foreman general Foreman " and for the last 20 years has been & supervisor and connected with personnel work a native of of Quagga Lake new York he spent most of his life around Pittsfield to was a member of the group that plan Ned the explosion proof building continued on. Fag Twenty Mollet risks political life on algerian Issue voting Ishmael murder trial starts Here monday morning the trial of Robert e Ishmael 27 of 131 North water St charged the first degree manslaughter in the death of his father John ish Mael 47, Courtland hotel will get under Way monday morning in common pleas court before a Petit jury common pleas judge Lloyd s Leech who Wal preside has set have to can cel his scheduled May 29 visit to the United states a French cab inet crisis also would stall ratification of pending West european plans for commercial and atomic cooperation miss Betty Dawson is new superintendent of nurses miss Betty Elloise Dawson r n has been appointed director of nurses at Coshocton county me Ronal Hospital fhe administrator j j Boomgard announced today. She will assume her duties immediately miss Dawson was born in Coshocton and graduated from Ros c High school before entering nursing she graduated from Coshocton City Hospital school of Nur sing in 1944 did or vate duty Nur sing for two years then was appointed supervisor of the Hospital s obstetrical department miss Daw son has had advanced training at Akron City Hospital m obstetrical nursing miss Dawson s professional memberships Are with the Ameri can nurses Assn Ohio state Nur Carr Mildred Parr Georgia Leon ses Assn and distr it 6 she is a Aid mrs Sarah Bordenkirche member of the Grace methodist Jens Jensen Clifford Raemer Carl Church and the nurses alumni she succeeds mrs Edith e. Moore Walter Calhoun and r. E of Coshocton City Hospital Whiteus whose death occurred Albertson school of nursing. May it

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