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   The Times Recorder (Newspaper) - February 26, 1959, Zanesville, Ohio                        Serving Zanesville And Southeastern Ohio For Three Generations The Times Recorder Your Newspaper Fights For Your Bights To Know And See 75TH 48 (32 PAGES) ZAXESVDLLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1959 THE WEATHER: CLOUDY AND MILD SEVEN CENTS ONE MAN CRUSADE Bearing a cross on his back and carrying a cross of thorns in his hand, Eliud Martinez, a University of Texas art stu- dent, attempted a one man crusade Wednesday at Austin in protest of a bill before the state legislature that would require university profes- sors to take an oath of belief in a supreme be- ing. University police refused him access to the campus. (UPI Telephoto) Macmillan, Nikita Resume Talks In 4CooP Atmosphere Aid For Aged BUI Passes Ohio Senate COLUMBUS (UPI) The Ohio Senate Wednesday passed by a 30-1 we a bill to liberalize aid for aged and blind payments in Ohio. The liberalizing will cost an additional a year according to estimates given by Sen. Charles Carney one of the sponsors of the measure. Carney said in reply to a GOP query, the money will come from "taxpayers, like we get the rest of the money." Gov. DiSalle Unveils Plan On Economv Olin-Mathieson Strike Ends; 450 Workers Return To Jobs CLARLN-GTON son Chemical Corp.'s giant alumi-i num plant near this Monroe Coun-j tv village resumed operations _ _ Wednesday as 450 Democrats May Go Over Ike's Head On Bill Page 4 workers ended strike. Jaines Neuhart of Inside The Times Recorder Four Mfllon Poets Grind Out 78 Million Poems Page 27 The bill lifts the 855 a month j" ceiling on aid payments; increases' the homestead exemption from' 55.000 to S12.000; removes the an-1 nual income restriction of i and reduces residency ment from five to three of thej last nine years. j It also provides for recprocity. with other states. Republican opposition was direc-j ted at all the changes except ibatj of removing the S65 a month ceil- ing. Sen. W i i I i a n. Deddeas' (R-Gncinnati) questioned whether; Ohio could afford the added cost.) Sen. Danny D. Johson (D-New; co-sponsor, said thes bill was "designed to alleviate, hardships" of Ohio's older citizens.! He termed the S65 a month ceil-! HELD COLUMBUS (UPI) Gov. Mi-: jchae! V. DiSalle revealed Wednes- ,day his plan for vitalizing Ohio's 'economic and industry! climate; ra cabinet-feveS department living ;on a biennial appropria- j E'on- j The governor sent a special message and a bill to the Legis- Ike Sees Little Hope For Parley MOSCOW Minis- ter Harold Mscmillan questioned Khrushchev in a "cooF' four-hour meeting Wednesday on the motives behind the Soviet premier's rough "r-o compro- mise" war speech. A British spokesman said after conference in a viBa I .outside Moscow that Khrushchev's Tuesday turning down a ifour power foreign ministers meeting showed that there are I difficulties between the West and the Soviet Union." Khrushchev caiae to Ecnch at f MacmiKan's guest dacha (villa) :at L'spenskaya amid gloom gen- [eratEv. fay the surprise Khrosh- GIFTS FOR HUSBAND Mrs. John Foster Dulles b shown !chev speech. After ianch the two detailing his proposal 'earing her home in Washington with birthday gifts for her bus- ijeadc-rs and their top aides went w-" _ "_ _ V._J Tr_t. _ wx. It. Woodsfield.' company and union bargainers have reached an agreement on a short-term first contract at the plant which went into operation last year. It remains to be signed. Terms of die contract will be submitted to the members of the local for ratification. Neuhart said. No date or place has been set. but he said it will be held next week. The final stumbling block, the! Rosecrans Wins, Meets ZHS Blue Devils Tonight..... Page 28 Otto Graham Takes Coast Guard Coaching Post..... Page 29 Ike Warns Against Heavy Taxes On Big Business___ Page 32 Classified 30-31 Sports 28-29 Comics 26 Theater 2 Crosswords 8 Women's 17-19 Editorial 4 Weather Map 2 House Banking Group OKs TT Housing Plan -n TT rne :n the Hotel McLure WASHINGTON (DPI) The House Banking Committee Wed- W Va re >nesday Democratic housing pro- another congressional slap at President Eisenhowers Vdneav h ing "unrealistic." Carney told the Senate promises have been made before, but "to-j day is the day to deliver." j He said liberalizing the law [would result in an estimated ad- [ditional cost per case of S3 to S10 per month. He said the new pay- ments would be "based on need, not upon arbitrary limitations." Johnson termed four Republican amendment attempts as a "move to hatchet up the bill." Deddens cast the only vote against passage. The bill went to! the house for action. The Senate also voted 31-0 to pass a bill allowing qualified .teachers to serve on school boards. The House passed by whelming majorities bills to: SLAYING Robert Econornic and Industrial De- Deartment. McCarthy, 29. described by Bos- ton police as a former mental patient, is shown after he was band. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, who celebrated his 7Ist birthday Wednesday at Walter Reed Hospital where he is The department would be form-' treatment for cancer, ed by pooling half a dozen exist- (UPI Telephoto) we r into s business session that last- until about 5 p.m. A B'itish spokesman described the atmosphere as calm and collected" and said there the Boards and commissions, and 77 7 r-1 T> .7 T u m on uulles Marks Birthday. 0andeSe- taken from little-known "adminis- 7 Ml r I- mother, Gertrude, 52, and slash- "admmis- _ _ _ __ ._____ _ ffnsirivo Titnnc jifKtu- ing of his uncle, Edmund Walsh, funds" in other state de-1 4S. McCarthy, a recluse, was ar- i? rested as he pounded on the control Onio's water, f f "T T Gets Cheerful Medical Note Mzcmillan t glum and negotiations, was cleared luesdav at a vealed of the contract were not immedi- r v night. Details economy pleas ately available, but wage mutually would cost the Treasury Republicans denounced it as a "budget-busting- bill which even-' four billion dollars more than thej Appeal creases were provided. Neuhart said. Bargaining had resumed on SI housing program rec- Monday. Agreement on the Eisenhower contract provisions were reachedj committee rejected thej J" J wnen talks began Jan. 6. _ Pres5dent-s m bv a OUlOiea i ne contract will expire .-j rw, i Julv 31, the same date for i J ._T. v cra.ir measure 19 to 7. Amonai tion or contracts existing through- j t o'Jicr things, it would snarplv re-1 tit fnp ammjTinm TTirtTicfrv a f J North-South Orbit Shot i Postponed VANDENBERG AFB. Calif. WASHINGTON (UPI) Secretary of State John Foster Dulles s 71 years old Wednesday. His doctors' gift was a "very cheer- medical report on his fight against cancer. net wun Minishcnev in Wednesday night in a it that seemed as chilly as Russian winter. The two lead- sat through the frrst act of door of relatives seeking refuge. .resources, atomic development, (UPI Telephoto) j programs for luring new industry, ]w; long-range educational planning, in state advertising and other econ-: President Eisenhower, who sent Dalles a hand-written birthdav ..R T omic planning. i note, said "he is reacting remarkably and the doctors are quite1 "Should we fail in keeping Ohio's j pleased with his progress today." industnal climate attractive, our- A f.f The President also told his news! iyoung citizens will be forced to' 5 that amr fnrlrine. ri po ht i k r IOOK elsewhere for opportumtv and- reta'n or replace Dulics as sec-'_ star of ihe performance failed to complete, and dis- DiSalle wrote. Israel "This department can be the' medium through which profitable- BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (UPI) _ ________ ______ __ _ authorities, other than school for 24 hours Wednesday an at- industries can good pay-' h ards, to lew additional taxes tempt to launch a polar-orbiting, i ing jobs. One of the benefits would' lUOfrponnd satellite after the Pro-5be the states grow-ing tax to ba-v Sm-m in appear because of illness. XJK eisewnere lor opportunity and- np T> Ql Aft ftftft ith that there would be deterior- AO OlUU.UUU retarv of state would await a, T-- I (In Washington, President Ei- medicai evaluation of the i. U K scnhow-er threw cold water on voltage radiation treatment now be.ng administered. (Tun To Page 37-D) In issuing their cheering med- report. Dulles' doctors ex- Remove the deadline The Air Force postponed; tax boards for health and welfare. county commision- posed firing reached a countdown 'cates and the ability to absorb bonds, officials of the fund-raising jwerc hlgh on his ers to acquire land for zoos and. of minus 30 seconds. e 15 our needs announced Wednesday. The doctors said Dulles was re-' 'pressed satisfaction with his pro- r and noted that spirits' a bill to authorize commiss-'onersr The Air Force released the of existing act..ess the pledge on ceiving "increasing amounts of _ i____.. t___t _ r__ -1-. _f ___. ,Pr_T1O t K-> n til nk V __J _r _t increasing areas of the being exposed." A ment spokesman saidj For April out the basic aluminum industry. Union workmen entered the plant on the first shift Wednesday i i- toda duce minimum down pavrnents nn inane ,'r, WASHINGTON on FHA-insured loans in excess! (UPI) The of S13.500. j Supreme Court Wednesday took to rebuild heat in the furnaces. __________ ______ The first of the hot-mill employes It also would expand federally-under study Soviet spy Rudolf breaking into" motor vehicles, were to report at 8 a rn. today.isubsid'zed housing and Abel's appeal from a! The plant "produces rolled sheet; in -2q term aluminum which is transported slum cle-------- jury duty. In all 46 bills were introduced. Sen. Johnson introduced jures that would give county technical 'ecutors power to issue subpenasj "launch preparations are for persons to give rcsurned as soon on suspected felonies and to pro- of {he vide a six month sentence S300 fine for persons convicted of growth Nw exposed for almost three minutes 'cused tC 3C- !0nSUf go'on Tna" Curing Neither the doctors nor next term of the Franklin bu companies raised titter to run throueh the ,ssues and Common Pleas Court Ohio's population ;wiil grow from its present Turn To Page 32 D plants which and other 'housing! num products. Iprogratns. jSolic-tor General J. Lee Rankinj Meanwhile, four pickets will Tne price tag Abel's charge that "police: next attempt to send the 'southward along the Pacific mis-" ,siie rarjge toward the South Pole., There was some indication, ever, that the attempt would be, 'resumed Thursday to put the ini-j tis! artificial moon of the "Discov- orbit. was originally ng a month this was sentenced Reports from e statement that this feature alone years in jail and fined indicated that launch. Wednes- Thev were among some b? District Judge Morti- the frame home was a total loss, day'-; proposed firing, which pickets who blocked Antill at tr World rext vear boosting the total mer u- :_ mer -6rs Sa main gate of the p'ant last tiesday. They are George Vv'aiters. Robert Reagan. James Bowers and James Leasure. to Abel's court-appointed aitomey. _, -i ,Jarnes B. Donovan of Brookivn. Democratic bnl would au- 35.000 new onits of public charged the government j (By United Press International) The U. S. delegate Wednesday bluntly asked the Soviets if Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev's attack on the Western stand at the Geneva nuclear conference meant the time had come pack up our bags and go home." and go home." The head of the Soviet delegation to the three-power con- Allison said i appointed attor- be "several weeks" before any.neys. George Tyacfc and R a 1 p h estimate of Dulles' progress and'Smith. had asked two weeks de- possibility of resuming full duties lay in the tnai to get report from .could be made. it wo psychiatrists who examined The President tcid the newsmen'the vouth. that after the current coarse ofi Mrs. Porter, who formerly resic- treatrnents a period of rest Jed here, was shot through the he and DuP.cs would talk aboutihead at her home near Dublin the secretary's job Eisenhower if D u 11 e s' .health was such that he coaid not do his work. "I know I couldn't Jast December while her husband was taking final examinations at the Ohio University dental school, where he was a senior. Smith, a neighbor of the ?or- _ i j r __" an Crooksvilie firemen said the reacned a count-down O! minus 30 ference a direct reply, but a Western source said the prav ;t nevcr coroes there. H'rr'.nc? _ i Hames were out of control when they amved shortly after ;he seconds daring mid-afternoon, was cancelled after several "holds" on were at a "total standstill." Stage Collapse Kills 12 During v_> Celebration SAN LOUIS. Mexico (UPI) death toP. in a national flag day celebration seatb of this bor- cer consmsmry stood at 12 Wed- nesday. AScut 50 others were 31 a terriporary public 4V'i" sovenjmenijp.nl. housing anrnsa-iy until all fends making iiiegal search and. No one was hurt, it appeared. Jor.ce authorized by Congress for seizure in Abel's Manhattan ho-jRoseviile firemen were alerted to Rarlofl S jNlCCC 'A-s program were exhausted. te! roam prior to his arrest. 1 stand by. Salary LONDON A giant Pan American 707 Boeing airisner carry-; ing five persons d a training flight dropped one of its jet engines ever France Wednesday shortly before a schedjled run, 'to New York. The plane later Lsnded safely :n London. possibly keep him Bat he stres- sed his own confidence that ters. was arrested shortly after "when it co-nes to that point, and the crime was corr.mitted." think al! of us here of good heart .Army Discharges I 'Outstanding GF I FT. JACKSON. S.C. Army discharged Lawrence E Ma.berrv. 17. "outstanding he is going 'cision.' to that Freshman Congressman To Cut Teen-Age Son's Pay To For Slavino- Sons ?peed A VI OldVlllJu CJUUS KINGSTON. England (UPI.-A judge Wednesday ordered Mrs Bromley, niece of actor. Boris Karioff. confined Jo a rnen- Ja! institution after she was ad- judged insane at her trial for the- By JAMES BAAR to work when doctors told the'me arxl help rne serve." Bat now. rnnrtfer of her two sons i-resh- congressman he was sB-fering he said, "i can vkork I can1 bodies of the bo> WASHINGTON (UPI) stage and brick wall collapsed, mar. Rep. Steven V. Carter from cancer had "only three at night" foarxi last December bv their BONN. Germany The Wesl German government an- nounced Wednesday that Chancellor Konrad Adenauer would" p> to Paris next Wednesday to confer with French President Charles de Gaulle. The announcement said that the two leaders would con- tinue the discussions they began last autumn a few months after De GanJle's return to power. WASHINGTON (UPI) Pres- dcrt: Eisenhower Khmshrry. "i :-JG? or; Beri.n is 'obv .Gvi'iA pa'pabX The Weather CIoscv and rr.5.c other A nrn-str? ine today cloudy occa- .al ra r; PREDICTED TEMPER.MVHES: JINJA, Uganda A herd of elephants called on r. c o as WEDNESDAY'S TEMPERATUSES: Cartc-i was getting near maxj- beis who listened to his speech Shim and II yesrs old or younger. The stage was built with old rnum pay as an aide in his fath- that "as of today, his basic sal- finished the speech and left the garden, her clothes flecked with automobile frames and wooden er's office. 'ary will be cat in two." floor. ibiood from apparently self-inflict- timbers. Police two of the, The Iowa congressman, reduce the son's pay He apologized for the puWicityjed wounds. t-rr.hers had been stolen by nn-; in the 1958 Democratic landslide.! about SS.400 a vear. i that followed Ae duaJoTOri. nf Jilsi Dr. Mem'n Williams, senior medical officer of Hoiloway Pris- on, testified Mrs. Bromley hadj been treated three times in men-j tal hospitals before the killings, j Mrs. Brorniey. was foandjstanding quietly, were five more elephants, his hand when he'wandering aimlessly aboat thej SALISBURY, Southern Restless natives seized a customs post in northern Nyasaland and went on strike at the irreconc.Iabie." r known persons, causing the weak-; told his colleagues the pay rate ened Mage to coTIapse. Police also set fcr his son was never intended investigated the possibility he permanent, fonndation was too sandy. But Carter said the youth was Speaking in a low voice. Car-'son's I have cast any ter saic' he hired his son because'reflection on Congress, please for- "I wanted someone who could me. I wouldn't hurt any one dose to me and who could be yen." j mammoth Kariba Dam near here Wednesday as anti-white dem- onstrations continued to spread through the federation. Rioting natives raided the customs post at Fort Hill and took control of the immediate area. Frantic officials appealed for help from police and military reinforcements sent into the region to quell previous outbreaks. HORSE 50 YEARS OLD Sfcies BRESCIA. Italy (UPI) Topo-' lino. ItaK's oldest horse, observed( jits 50th birthday Tuesday. The Ma-cs i village of Fantecolo. which owns' the animal, claims Topolino is thej oldest horse in the world. i wiu-e is of tat,   

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