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!l7 rage 20 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Thursday, Oct. 19, 1961 APOLOGY BIGGER, BETTER, BRIGHTER THAN EVER 44 j Ei Y3 V man's I ! I Kif2f Is Offered To Father Of Anne Frank By Man Who Slurred Diary LUEBECK. Germany, Oct. 18 (a a German schoolteacher lias retracted a three-year-old statement that Uie diary or Anne Frank was a fake. He apologized to the dead girl's father for having questioned the book's authenticity. i The retraction and apol-osy ended the slander trial j of Lothar Stielau. who was suspended from his teach- ing job two years atfoforsay- ( ing the Jewish girl's wartime diary was not authentic. Stielau made his new statement yesterday alter i ill ii ill L White Swan I ACE FROSTED a 1 tm'h .' ! a A OR GLITTERING TRIMMED PAJAMAS, SLEEP OR LOUNGE IN EQUAL EASE Presiding Judge Freiherr von Bredow of the Luebeck State Court declared that was no reason to doubt that the diary was genuine. 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The institutions are the C o 1 1 e g e-Conservatory of Music, which has as its theme, "Your American Heritage Music;" Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, and Cincinnati Speech and Hearing Center. ; A 150-year-old piano and newest television equipment are Included in the College - Conservatory display. This is among more than 100 exhibits open free to the public through Saturday at the UC Fair In the Campus Armory-Fieldhouse, West University Avenue. . The College-Conservatory TV display allows visitors to- the UC Fair to see themselves on television as they pass before actual TV cameras. AM J O ' w... v. Science Teachers Ponder Studies , Dr. Nancy Nunnally, professor of education at the University of Cincinnati, will be chairman of a discussion group at the North Central Regional Conference of the National Science Teachers Association, meeting today through Saturday at the Netherland Hilton Hotel. 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