Zanesville Times Recorder, February 14, 1958

Zanesville Times Recorder

February 14, 1958

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The Times Recorder (Newspaper) - February 14, 1958, Zanesville, Ohio Your Newspaper Fights For Your Rights To Know And See 74TH NO. S8 The Times Recorder Serving Zanesvtlto And Southeastern Ohio For Three Generations PAGES) ZANESVILLE, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1958 THE WEATHER: CLOUDY AND COLD SEVEN CENTS Taft Refuses To Withdraw Name From Primary Race L COLUMBUS, Ohio, Feb. U Charles P. Taft said today he hoped to see Republican Gov. C. William O'Neill reflected but he declined to withdraw as O'Neill's opponent in the May 6 primary. Taft, Cincinnati councilman and GOP nominee for governor in 1952, made known his position after a 40 minute talk at the mansion with O'Neill. Taft said he made the visit at the request of the governor who is recovering from a heart attack suffered last Jan. 22. "I am going to leave my name in the Taft told news- men. "I don't see why it would cause any damage to him at all. I said I would not oppose the governor in the primary and that still stands." Taft announced himself as a "standby" candidate for governor as insurance against the possibi- lity that O'Neill might have to CHARLES P. TAFT for the gubernatorial post steps out. "I do not think it ought to be left up to the state committee." Taft said. He added that there was "no hostility" between him and any member of that c o m- mittee. Physicians watching O'Neill's "satisfactory" recovery from his heart attack said he would be able to campaign for reelection but on a reduced scale from his 1956 activities. A statement by O'Neill after the meeting with Taft was issued by the governor's press secre- tary. Hal Conefry. The state- ment said: "I urged Mr. Taft to with- draw. 1 appreciate very deeply his generous offer to support me for nomination." withdraw as a candidate for re- election. Taft explained that he felt se- Rites Monday For Former Health Chief Services for Dr. Beatrice Todd Hagen, first woman health com- missioner in Zanesville and Mus- kingum county, will be held Mon- day at 2 p.m. in St. James Epis- copal church. Rev. Jack Bennett will officiate. Burial will be in Memorial park. Dr. Hagen, who also was a practicing physician here, died Thursday morning at the DeMent rest home, 791 Brighton boule- vard, where she had resided since April, 1951. She retired as county health commissioner in 1950, a post she had held since 1928. She held that position for 22 years despite pro- tests from the state health depart- ment over the appointment of a She served as city health com missioner from 1922 to 1926. Dr. Hagen was born in Grants- burg, Wis., and spent her child hood in Bradford, Pa. She at- tended the University of Buffalo College of Medicine from which she was graduated in 1900. She later studied at old Starling- Ohio in Columbus, which later be- came Ohio State University Col lege of Medicine. Dr. Hagen came to Zanesville in 1908 and for several years was anesthetist at Bethesda hospital before beginning the practice of medicine in 1920. In 1950 she was honored by the (Turn To Page 14-A) Teacher Didn't Drown, Just Changed Schools OAKLAND, Calif., Feb. 13 The Monterey high school so- cial science teacher who disap- peared last Dec. 14 did not drown in the ocean as feared. He just switched to another high school. Richard B. Cunningham, 29, told newsmen yesterday his disap- pearance was a "planned with drawl" and he had no present intention of returning to his wife and two children. The newsmen found him teaching in an Oakland high school after his wife, Alverta, 25, advised the Monterey county sheriff's office to remove him from the missing persons list. He had been on the list since his car was found parked at Carmel near the ocean where he had presumably gone swimming. The Weather FORECAST Partly cloudy and cold today. Saturday partly cloudy and not quite so cold. I'RLDICTKD TEMPERATURES: Todnv's High 25 Today's Low 8 THLRSDAY'S TEMPERATURES: 10 a m..... 10 8 pm..... 19 Noon 18 8 pm 18 2pm.......2Q 10 pm.....16 4 p.m ___ Midnight 14 Ycstciday's High 21 Yesterday's Low 3 TEMPERATURES ELSEWHERE: High Low Boston 27 20 Chicago 26 14 New York 25 15 Lou 63 54 Miami 57 49 Dululh 11 -4 Zonesville Skies Sunrise ...................7.2.1 am Sunset ...................602 p m. MiwnrKf Saturday ........Ill am New Moon ..............Feh IK JbPfTER ............1147 pm itvfinl rfenrtM from thr It now htjir.niniz WKtwurd movrment amcm; thf