The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 10, 1956, Page 8, Image 8

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    8-(Sec. 1) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Mon., Sept. 10, '581
Hectic Day; Starts Off
y Miss America's Reigri
By ANGELO NATA1JS
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. Sept.
WV Marian McKnight of South
Ca.-olina, a gracious teen-ager
with sense of humor. launched
her year-lone reign today at Miss
America 1957. ... , , ,
And the told newsmen:
"I've already found out I can
do what 1 like."
With little morj than two hours
Weinberg
KJ
er
Tot Buried in
Simple Rites
WESTBURV. N. Y.. Sept. I IAV-
Little Peter Weinberger was bur
ied today, twe months and five
days after he was kidnaped irom
the rear patio of iua parents
borne.
The service was quiet and pri
vate, with none of the publicity
that has dogged the family since
the month-old infant was taken
last July 4. Peter was found dead
Aug. 24 in woods near the Plain
view, N. Y., exit ramp of a well-
traveled parkway, six miles from
West bury. .-. rv, ":,
Angelo John LaMarca, 11-year-
eld cabbie, of Plainview. has been
indicted for kidnaping and mur
der, both punishable by death.
Delayed by the requirements of
police agencies, the burial today
was attended only by mem ben of
the immediate family.
The only word of it was con
tained in a . brief announcement
. afterwards by Rabbi Samuel Laa
ger, of the Westbury Hebrew con
gregation, who . .. conducted the
service with the aid of Rabbi
Jacob Rudin, of Temple Beta El,
Great Neck. N. Y.
LaMarca last week pleaded in
nocent to the indictment by reason
of insanity. His lawyer attributed
the mental condition to the pres
sure of debts incurred ever a new,
$15,000 home, about three blocks
from where Peter's remains were
found.
LaMarca was arrested Aug. 23.
The FBI. after observing more
than twe million handwriting spe
cimens, came across one that
compared with characteristics of
the ransom note left on the Wein
berger patio. A ransom of 12,000
had been demanded. lt never was
paid, despite several attempts to
OO M.
sleep, Marian went smiling!-'
through a hectic two-hour grind I
with photographers and reporterrl
at a postbreakfast newt confer-1
ence. -
"I like to go to bed late and to
sleep late," the 19-year-old blonde
beauty queen from Manning, S.G., 1
confided. But Lenora Slaughter.
director of the Mist America
pageant, promptly informed Mari
an that this "routine" will be re
versed.
Chaage Ordered
"It's go to bed early and get I
up early" for Miss America, saidl
Miss Slaughter, who described the
new queen as a girl who "knows I
her own mind."
Marian won the Mist America!
title over 49 other contestants and I
was crowned before an applaud-1
ing crowd of 22.00ft in Convention I
Hall and a nationwide television!
audience last night.
Her t a 1 c a t specialty, a drawl
ing, hip-twinging takeoff on ac-
tress Marilyn Monroe, helped her I
win the title and a 950,000 jack
pot that includes a $5,000 scholar-!
ship, a wardrobe ant! fees for the
personal appearances she will I
make during Ler reign.
I would like to meet her per
sonally," Marias said of the
blonde movie star. "Right now."
she added emphatically, "1 think
sites alright."
Reek V Rsfl
What it the new Mist America I
like? Well, the ajprovet of rockl
roll music but also enjoys I
semi classics, just loves actor
Rock Hudson, thinks Doris Day it
fine, and can listen endlessly to
rrank Mnatra.
She likes big hats, and "things
that are different in clothes. I
She's a Methodist and teaches I
Sunday School classes.
Marian was a real tomboy at I
13, was nicknamed "Monk" byl
her father and I ac by her con-1
temporaries.
She was a favorite with the Con-1
vention Hall audience in a slick!
black swimsuit as well as a for-1
mal gown. She stands I feet S, I
weighs 120 and measures 35-23-35.
Marriage Plans?
About marriage? That remains I
to be sect," Marian said. She still I
has two years to co before being I
graduated from Coker College in I
her home state. She it majoring I
in business education.
Her widowed mother, Mrs. An-
nie McKnight, who spent the en-
tire pageant reek at her daugh-l
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CONGRATULATIONS
To the Winnert of
OWL'S Kiddie Contest
For Cutest and Most Original Snapshots v
of Salem Art a Pre-Schoel Kiddies
$inn United Statet Bonnie liaise Pyla
I WW Savings Bond: 3860 Center SL
$CA United States ; Scott Lexaberg
W Saviags Bond: 735 Churchdaie
' SO C iTalted SUtet Kathy Hartle
AJ Savlngi Bond: Rt. J, Boi 7
Our Thankt te the Judges
Mr. Elmer Berg, Pres, Salem Chamber of Com.
Mr. William McMahoa, Pres., Capitol Shop. Cen.
new mrwoea. rroiestenat Photographer
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Authoritiet have said Lamarca
confessed kidnaping the baby and
abandoning it in a thicket near
the road the next day.
Trial has been set for Oct, U
GOP Leader
Asia Die Day
WASHINGTON. Sept t ID -GOP
National Chairman Leonard
Hall today called en Americans to
celebrate Oct IS the day before
President Eisenhower'a 66th
birthday-as "Ike Day."
Hall suggested "a warm 'birth
day tribute to a man who has de
voted his life to public service
both as soldier and statesmen."
; Hall said actress Irene Dunne
and Charles H. Percy, president
of Bell and Howell; will serve as
cochairmen to direct planning of
celebrations throughout the na
tion.
"This is not a political demon
stration," Percy said in a state
ment released by the Republican
committee. "This is something
that will be celebrated by Amer
icans regardless of political affil
iation.
Iter's side, left for Manning. She I
I . L. I I
nas .wo outer uaugnim, anui
plans to remarry in a few weeks.
Other top winners In the Miss I
America sweepstakes included
Miss District of Columbia Margo
Lucey, 20, first runnerup who
gets a . 13,000 scholarship; Mist
Alabama. Ann ApuuI. 1. Bir
mingham, second runnerop. $2,500 1
scholarship; and finalists Miss I
Arizona, Barbara Hilgenberg. IS. I
Tucson, and Miss Kansas, Mary I
Ann McGrew, 19. Wellington, $2,
000 scholarship- each. , -
French Report
34 Rebels Killed
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ALGIERS. Algeria. Sept. tun
French troops Saturday said kill
ing 34 nationalist rebels and cap
turing a large stock of jvmt In
scattered Algerian clashes- 1
There was no report of French
losset. . x .
The biggest clash was east of
Ziama in the Conitantlne Depart
ment, wnere a French unit met a
rebel band while searching some
caves. Nine rebels were slain, the
French tsid.
In the village of Masqueray in
the Algiers Department French
troops taid they surprised a rebel
unit and seven were killed in
running street fight.
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Russians Grow
Cold Vegetables
LONDON, Sept. t () Moscow
radio says the Russians are grow
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Arctic Circle.
Workers at the Maryan-Mar Ag
ricultural Testing Station have re
ported growing potatoes and cab
bage in the open and cucumbers,
tomatoes and other vegetables in
hothouses. How the vegetables sur
vived outdoor temperatures was
not explained. . . : .. :..,. ., j
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Settlement of
ration
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tional Baptist Convention ended
Saturday with an appeal by 15,000
delegates for immediate action on
the explosive school integration is
sue. .
By voice vote, the delegates dis-l
carded proposals that "modera-
lion" and "gradualism' be used
to set the course for integration!
in the nation i schools. Convention I
Secretary. T. 3. Jemison of Baton!
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The integration problem has I
been ' the prime subject for the I
convention, whose delegates rep-
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group In the nation.
la their final session, they tailed I
to take action on proposed resolu-
tion praising President Eisenhow
er and his administration for Its I
stand on the rtormy subject, The
measure - was introduced by Dr. I
W. H. Jernigan of Washington,
D. C, who asked the delegates to I
give President Eisenhower cred
it for doing as much or more than I
anyone rince Abraham Lincoln to I
combat the vicious forces of seg-l
relation, i -
The measure was placed in com
mittee after being presented and!
didn t reach the floor again.
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Refugee Stream
Continues From
Reich's Red Zone
BONN, Germany, Sept. OP
Almost 200,000 East Germans fled
to the West during the first eight
months of this year.
The ; Refugee Minus try taid
Saturday the count of refU'
gees hit a high of 23,522 in Au
gust. This brought to 192,921 the
number who have arrived in West
Germany and West Berlin this
year.
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