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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1959, Zanesville, Ohio Serving Zanesville And Southeastern Ohio For Three Generations The Times Recorder Your Newspaper Fights For Your Rights To Know And See 75TH 106 MAY 1959 THE HOT AND HUMID SEVEN CENTS Youth Drowns When Boat Plunges Over Philo Dam Harley of Duncan Dan and bis brother William Philo examine the rope which Hatfield vainly threw toward the disabled boat in which Wil- liam of Stovertown and Richard of near were drifting toward the Philo Dam and over which they finally plunged Sunday afternoon. Holskey lost his life but Peterson managed to swim to the river bank where he was pulled from the water by the Watson brothers. Herter Confers With Old Chief On 'Package9 Plan For Peace WASHINGTON Secretary of State Christian A. Herter reported Sunday to his old John Foster on the to be handed Russia at East West talks opening in Geneva next week. Herter and two top aides conferred for h a 1 f an hour with Dulles in the former secretary's room ai Walter Reed Medical Center. He bnefed now a consultant to President on the Paris meeting of t h e Western foreign ministers from which he returned only Saturday Herter was accompanied to the hospital by Undersecretary of State C. Douglas Dillon secant Secretary Livingston Merchant. Saturday Herter flew to to report to President Eisenhower on the Paris talks. Herter is scheduled to make a radio television report to t h e 7J AS Soviets Attack Linking sston T Europe In Talks School Girl Shoots Self And Lives A 14-year-old Maysvilie High School believed to be despondent over her dis- approval of a boy shot her- self in the abdomen with her father's .22-caliber rifle shortly 1 before 7 p.m. Sunday at heri j home. Deputy Sheriff Ernest Conklin said a note that indicat-1 ed a suicide attempt was found. Reported in fairly good condi-1 tion late Sunday night in Samaritan Hospital was Alice De- j only daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Albert Devol. She underwent two hours of surgery for removal of the slug and repair of punc- tures of the stomach and intes- tines. The mushroomed slug found near the spine above the j pelvis and just under the skin of the back. It had narrowly missed major arteries and the girl lostj a large amount of hospi-i tal aides sajd. The shooting occurred in the j cement block is a short distance off Ridge road. The only other person in the Route 2 dwelling was 'the girl's 86-year-old Volunteer firemen drag the Muskingurn River under the Philo Duncan Falls Bridge and be- low the Philo Dam for the body of William of Stovertown who perished he and a Richard 22t of near Gaysport and their disabled boat were carried by the swift stream over the dam Sunday afternoon. These two boats were among the seven that were searching the river late Sunday night with the aid of lights hooked up to three portable power plants on the river bank. William Holskey Lost As Companion Escapes A Stovertown road youth was drowned but his companion es- caped death when they and their drifting boat were swept over the Philo Dam in the Muskingum River about 4 p.m. Sunday. The river was dragged until late Sunday night for the body of William son of Russell Holskey of the Stovertown road. Recuperating at his home near Gaysport was Richard who was pulled from the river about 400 feet below the dam after he managed to swim to the east shore. The tragedy occurred after the 1 n Ask Slash MOSCOW The Soviet Union Sunday attacked th e-Mrs. Mary Alice who was plan to tie the German and European security issues S1he -----i i- i .1m that she oidn t hear the shot people Thursday night before package for proposal to the Russians at the Geneva foreign leaves for Geneva where the Big'ministers conference. Girl's Rape Stirs Qassmates Fla. Heavy Rains Smash Dam In 3 Persons Die University here called a shore of Lake Superior. The rains were blamed and the problem of overall European Herter received a pat on the back from a member of the Sen- ate Foreign Relations Gommitteie Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey Humphrey said he felt Herter will a pretty good and a better understanding of the economic of world diplomacy. Humphrey tnkl Snn. Krnneth B the bedroom door 'closed and because she is sightly c.mdav tn draw Four foreign ministers open talks1 The official government newspaper Izvcstia said that the Krem-jdeaf. CorS on the Berlin and German situa- jm couy nat agree to Berjm problem with that of The grandmother said the of a Negro European islic knew that anything was of these problems taken was when the girl staggered from separately is quite the bedroom gasping shot jlzvestia he who and slumped down to tie them up in one package'the telephone. The girl then United Press International Heavy rains swamped two widely separated sections of the nation forcing evacuation of homes and smashing dams in East Texas' and tumbling a cabin down an embankment on the n HST Visits Two Former Secretaries a ifour youths. I Formal charges of criminal as- jsault were filed against thc white youths after they out to obviously endeavors to hamper an dialed the telephone operator and agreed solution on a the shot peace treaty as well as European giving her name a n jaddress. j The official newspaper repeated The telephone operator the oft-stated Soviet position that Zanesville police who in turn in-. WASHINGTON unification of Germany was pos-lformed sheriffs office andj President Truman capped a busy sible only on the basis of nego- sent a Bolin Bryan ambulance Negro students at the um- y and allegedly ended up by for at least three deaths two East and a woman occupant of the demolished cabin on Jroquois Point near Sault Mich. Althougn Of Foreign Aid Funds WASHINGTON Rep. Wayne L. Hays a key member of the House Foreign Af- fairs Sunday proposed changes in President foreign aid program calling for an overall cut of 300 million dollars. said he would offer a pro- posal for a half-billion dollar slash the President's request for J2-horse-power outboard motor on Peterson's 14 foot aluminum skiff stalled as the boat was ap- proaching the Hatfield boat dock 100 feet upstream from the dam. Seeing the boatmen's Harvey 27. of Dun- can jumped in a cruiser and started to their aid. He threw them a rope which fell short of their grasp. Then he told them to grab the life preserver cushions and jump overboard. Holskey and jumped without the cush- ions and Hatfield drove his boat almost over the dam in a final effort to reach them. and dam in military aid and defense support especially for underdevel- oped countries. But he also will urge a 200-million-dollar increase for the Development Loan Fund Hays said he would offer the proposals when the House com- mittee considers amendments to the President's Jfor- possibly late this m and may an Loan Officer At Roseville Dies At 63 Keating in a television b ng a between East and West to the Devol home. i J r a An inmhprpnf am visit Interview that he was not trying to detract from but Herter the to two aihng former of state at Walter Germanv An incoherent and partly illc- week. Other leaders of the Negro the federal Savings mumty here said there would Loan died at eign aid week. During hearings thus far on the thundershowers were forecast for administration's Hays the rains ceased over both scattered showers or Donald secretary issued warnings 1-1 t I r- A r-j-st rrti'A Sunday night from the plains into the Mississippi Valley and from the Great Lakes to the Mid- Atlantic coastal spreading Monday into the Ohio Valley and the Gulf States. The U.S. Weather of relationship between normal Army Medical Center. meeting beginning May 11 in Ge- military policy and eco- nomic going to give him my ut- most at least to see After warning at a dedication ceremony about the pitfalls of dealing with the the President drove to the The Western giblc note was found in the bed- no demonstrations by adults. p.m. Sunday in Good Samar 'room by the deputy sheriff. The. The four whlte were itan Hospital where he had been note Mon and rested early Saturday and heldja patient for 16 days with a heart approach to the foreign ministers neva was worked out in Paris I am sorry I shot myself but I without bail. week by U.S. Secretary of ain't no good to you anyhow Student Government President thai he gets all the help he can hospital for visits with Republican during these troublesome Humphrey said. Two other Democratic leaders cautioned against expecting too much from the forthcoming East- West talks. Chairman J. William Fulbright of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said it would be a great mistake to expect any- thing more than agreements. He said that at best find a modus vivendi in which the freedom of West Berlin can be retained.11 He added that there will be some mutual concessions by both sides in order to obtain that John Foster Dulles and Gen. George C. World War II Army chief of staff. Christian A. Herter and the ministers of France and West Germany. The package was reported to include proposals on the status of reunification of Ger- I am real sorry Your daugh-i Clifford Taylor called a meeting j f many and a phased system of in- served as secretary of on rf and _4_ _ M J MM j-ln. Fn f T state and as defense secretary during the Truman administra- tion He has beeri recovering at the hospital since March from the effects of two strokes. Truman warned of the penis of dealing with birds known as in presiding at the dedication of a new two- rnillion-dollar National Guard me- morial building in If this country makes any agree- ments with the he it must always have a strong Turn To Page 6-A armaments in Europe. Neither Izvestia nor the Corn- newspaper Pravda offered any hints Sunday on what concessions the Kremlin might be prepared to make at the Geneva East-West talks. They to the recent communique of the War- saw Pact foreign ministers re- affirming the unbending Soviet stand on the urgency of conclud- ing a German peace treaty and converting West Berlin into a neu- tral ter I of the student body for Sunday Her parents were unable to in the campus quadrangle plain the meaning of the signa- to discuss the strike. ture. They and their two young sons want the world to know that we are disturbed about arrived home from McConnels-i Taylor said. students we are ville shortly after the shooting'concerned about this happening to and just before the ambulance and deputy sheriff arrived. Mr. and Mrs. Devol said the only our student women on the cam- DUS tjie son they could think of for their jstrjke would prayer as- daughter's act was that they had forbidden her to go with a youth of whom they disapproved. The girl apparently had fired the shot by placing the rifle butt on the leaning over to press the muzzle against her stomach and to finger the trigger. The rifle was a repeater loaded with .22- caliber it was hollow nose learned. car- 'Fertility Binge9 May Double Population In U. S. Before Turn Of Century WASHINGTON The United States is on veritable binge of which may see a doubling in the nation's population before the turn of the a research group said on Sunday. The possibility was raised by the Population Reference Bu- a highly non- profit in its monthly bul- letin. It said that if present trends the U. population will reach 350 million before the turn of thc century. That would be double the present population. By at the current the U. S. population will jump to about 260 million. The bu- reau said this indicated increase would be roughly equivalent to moving the entire population1 of Japan into the United States over the next 21 years. Editor Robert C. Cook said it was time that Americans took a sober look what recent spate of more abundant means in terms of nation's long term wel- educational prob- lems are only forewarnings of the crisis coming in the next two he said. The number of children of ele- mentary school age will jump by 64 per cent by 1980 from 31 million to nearly 50 million if fertility remains at pres- ent levels. high school age group will increase even more rapid- said rising 80 per cent above the present figure to youths. warning is clearly de- fined. High school administra- tors should begin now to plan for the rapid expansion which Will be CooCc said simple projections of the existing population show that number of people in the 22 to 24 age bracket al- most double by group includes the young adults who will be entering the labor getting buying houses and having chil- dren in the 1980's. The potential for tremendous population growth in the future is sernblies and refusal to attend classes. took this girl by use of gun and knife into the woods 2nd all had intercourse with her a couple of them Sheriff Bill Joyce said. 4 special police investigator Turn To Page 6-A j ailment. His home was on Main street in Roseville. A former member of the Rose- ville Board of Public he was an active member of the Masonic Lodge 556 F. and the Scioto Consistory of Scottish Rite at Aladdin Tem- ple Shrine at Zavi Tem- ple Shrine of and the Roseville American Legion Post. He was a veteran of World War I. Mr. Swain was born Sept. in a son of The Weather FORECAST A possibility of thunder-showers this afternoon and evening was forecast. PREDICTED Today's .........................P2 Today's Low ..62 SUNDAY'S a m. 10 Noon 2 p.m. fifi 80 S4 85 4 6 p.m. 8pm. 10 p m. 82 71 70 Sunday's High ........................87 Sunday's Low ........................56 TEMPERATURES Boston 7ft 50 Miami .........................'80 70 Omaha 83 59 Phoenix 75 58 Anchorage M Denver........................ 64 51 Chicago 88 68 Zanesville Sunset today p Sunrise tomorrow a m Monnnse tomorrow a.m. New Moon May 7 Brilliant Venus tonight appeani A little to the In i of the Elnath and al- exactly m tame position among the that was occupied by much dimmer Man late March. Clarence and Clara King Swain. He is survived by his Car- two Ursel Swain of Newark and Garten Swain of and two sis- Mrs. Gladys Schofield of 782 Larzelere avenue and Miss Margaret Swain of D. C. The body was removed to the Roseville Chapel of the Cannon and Cannon Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Mon- day. Plane Hits Tree And Blows Up An Air Force jet fighter clipped a tree and exploded in the air near here showering a wide area wifch Sheriff's deputies at the scene said it appeared there were two crewmen aboard the plane and both were killed. DEDICATION 0. new buildings costing nearly will be dedicated at the Tiffin State Hospital May 24 when for- mer Congressman Fmier Reams of Toledo will be the main speak- er. possible severe with hail and damaging from Kansas into Minnesota. Sheriffs deputies said an all- night downpour washed out the Foundation of the cabin in Upper causing it to roll and slide down an embankment. Sur- vivors said the woman who Mrs. Nancy of Esca- tried to climb out a but the cabin rolled over on her. Her told deputies the last he saw of his wife was her hand sticking up out of sand and mud before she was swallowed up in the muck. Four other persons were occu- pants of the but only and Mrs. Herro's Hal Smith were countries which how to use it and has repeatedly questioned the need for military assistance to especially in Lat- in America. He also has criticized giving modern military equipment to un- derdeveloped know don't need Haysf amendments fall some- what in line with proposals by Chairman J. William Fulbright of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Fulbright has introduced legislation that would put much greater emphasis on economic rather than military Fulbright was in touch with Rep. Chester Bowles in drafting his legislation. a former U.S. ambassador to is a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Bowles probably will propose an amendment of his own to boost Eisenhower's re- quest for the Development Loan Fund to one billion dollars. The struggling the swimmers boat plunged over the World News United Press TOKYO Red China claimed Sunday that the nation would wipe out illiteracy among young people in two years. The official New China News Agency said 36 million learned to read and write in while 50 million were enrolled in spare time study courses. CAIRO Hassan minister of economics of the United Arab died the semi-official Middle East News Agency reported. The agency said Jabbara died at the ancient city of ruins six miles northeast of Cairo. Cause of death was not immediately announced. SEOUL Cooks Yang Chang and Han Sang arrested for burning down a three story department store into the turbulent waters below. Both Peterson and Holskey began to Toward the left bank but only Peterson made it. Daniel and h i s William saw the boat go over the dam as they were walking across the Philo Duncan Falls Bridge. They ran to the river bank and shoved out a log to Peterson who was cling- ing exhausted to bushes along the shore. They helped Him to t h e bank and he was taken in a Clyde Thompson ambulance to Beflhes- da Hospital where he was treat- ed for shock and dismissed sever- al hours later. volunteers of t h e Duncan Falls Wayne Philo and McConnelsville fire de- pa rtmcts began to drag the riv- er for Holskey. When darkness Tell seven boats were dragging the stream from the bridge down to Salt Creek where the badly damaged boat was pulled ashore by Herschel Willey of South River road. The river was illuminated for the searchers by lights from three 701 table power plants which fire- men set up along the bank for more than a quarter of a mile. Disaster overtook the two young a Muskingum County deputy sher'ff was after they ignored warnings not to take Che boat out on the river which was high and swift from recent rains. an employe of the Baker Bread bought the boat four weeks ago from Harry Cham- bers of Duncan Falls who said that Sunday was only the second 'time that Peterson had taken the craft out on the river. He ex- pressed the belief that Peterson had not become skilled in the operation of the motor. When Peterson and Holskey went in the boat against the ad- vice of they went up stream but the motor stalled be- fore they could return and Hat- field pulled them to the dock. he told the deputy he warned them not to take the boat on the swift stream and once more his advice was disre- garded. After the motor stalled a second time and the boat was being car- ried rapidly toward the neither of the boatmen attempted to use an oar in the skiff to check the craft's and then they jumped from it without the life preserver Hatfield said. told police they just wanted to see whether liquid on the kitchen floor was gasoline or plain water by lighting a match. It was Akron Man Admits Slaying Waitress said Frank Cinalt Sun- day admitted he choked and beat to death Mrs. Eula TAIPEI Three wines produced in the shelly battered Que- whose nearly nude body was found a field south of here. The confession was made to Chief Deputy George Ak- ron Police Detective Bob Preass and Asst. Prosecutor George Pap- pas during questioning Sunday moy Islands will be entered in the Chicago International Fair opening July the Ministry of Economic Affairs said Sunday. The major Quemoy is an extremely strong spirit made from maize. Other brews going to Chicago are colorless rice wine and orange wine. Production of the wines has continued without interruption de- spite Communist shelling of the Quemoy Islands since last
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