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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1963, Zanesville, Ohio                               The Times Recorder Formerly 100TH PACES ZAXESVILLE. OHIO, SI ADA Y. JllV 28, 1963 TWENTY CENTS Monday Morning TR Specials: GATT And What It Means To You if Tips On Harvesting Vegetables News From The Area Farm Front Report On Babe Ruth Tournament Crowded Bridge Falls Into River Harriman Hails Nev A new tremor rocks Skopje, Yugoslavia, where thousands are believed to have died. Crack train. loaded with mis.sed by original earthquake. US. mercy plane to quake with emergency supplies. (Page 1) LONDON British experts, not impressed by Peking's boasts, say it will be "long time" be- fore Red China has weapons of any consequence. (Page Tito fttef ton MYA.NMS POUT Test-ban negotiator W. Averell Harri- man reports to President Ken- nedy on nuclear conference, including chances for further thawing of cold war. (Page 1) FARMV1LLE. Va. Racial problems continue here, at Baton Rouge, La., and in Tor- rente. Calif. (Page 1) MOUNT CLEMENS. Nick More than 80 persons attend- ing a women's golf tourna- ment are dropped into the Clinton River when suspension bridge falls. (Page 1) PITTSBURGH Spectacular fire sweeps chemical ware- house causing damage of (Page 7-B) TULSA Hardest rain in Tul- sa's recorded history floods scores of homes and strands hundreds of motorists. (Page t-A) Ofcto WHEELING Gov. James A. Rhodes of Ohio is among eight Republicans invited to enter West Virginia's presiden- tial preference primary next spring. (Page 8-A) YELLOW SPRINGS Five vil- lage residents are arrested for trespassing during racial dem- onstration at barber shop. (Page 6-A) IM lYdfaT Mm. JacquHbte Kencdy, the nation's first Lady, observes her 34th birthday "today with b'ttle fuss and all her family around her. Rhonda Fteminp. the actress, sues Allied Artists, for a bonus she claims is owed her for the movie, "The Big Circus." Earl Coins, a postman in Kings- port. Tenn., is left by an elderly widow who consid- ered the mailman one of the family. Mamie Spears ReyteHs. M- granddaughter of the late Ev- Walsh McLean, last own- er of the ill fated Hope diamond, and auto salesman Luigi Chinetti Jr.. also are married in New York City. The FORECAST Part-y cloudy today and tonight. Scattered aft- ernoon and evening thunder- showers. MOUXT CLEMENS. Mich. M-foot bridge at the Hillcrest Ctmntry Club, scene of ihe Women's Wolverine gi.if tour- jnament. collapsed Saturday and I plummeted some SO persons 20 to !25 feet into the Rner. i Macomb County sheriff's offi- cials said 34 had been taken to St. Ho-pnal and Mount Clemens Genera! Hospital ifor treatment of injuries. I But officials at St. Joseuh Hu said they had treated "about 35 persons and admitted five of them" while Mount Clemens Gen- eral said it had treated 15 per- sons. The river at the point where the i bridge crosses is three to five feet deep. .Ml play in the tournament Sat- urday was canceled and Leonard jWirtz. tournament director for the Ladies Professional Golfers Asso- ciation, said the players wot'J decide later whether they could continue the contest Sunday. The crowd was following the leaders in the tournament when the bridge collapsed. Ruth Jessen. Bon Sail. Calif., said she had just crossed the bridge when she heard it fall. She said, "Oh my and called to check on the members of her threesome. Miss Jessen had been leading in the match with a 71 from Fri- day's play. Charles Park, of radio station WBRB in Mount said he had just stepped off the bridge when he heard a "loud cracking i bridge and atop t cyclone type! "Jo Anne was able to swim noise." I fence. I few strokes to him and he helped j SKOPJE. Yugoslavia j (t'PI i A new tremor. Crocked earthquake devas- tated Skopje Saturday as' S. Air Force planes jlaum-lnii a massive mercy! :airlift and President Tito' i inspected the rubble of this ;once busy "model city" in j which thousands of persons, jwere feared buried. j Rescue center officials said' ithai by nightfall about 1.000 bod-; lies had been pulled from the; j rubble arid "several thousand" est pact persons were known to be in- persons j Visible in this photo, made from one end of the suspension bridge which collapsed at Mount Clemens, Mich., is a vic- tim being brought ont of the Clinton River on a stretcher. (UPI Photo) "I had just crossed with Mar- lene Hagge and had gone about 10 steps toward the 16th hole tee when I heard this loud cracking "An electric caddy cart on the bridge fell on top of a couple of people when the bridge he her to the bank of the river." he said. She was taken to the hospital j jjured. The officials said the death tollj !would rea-.-h at least 2.0M but! i there Here fears that additional j i thousands may have been killed j j in the quake that destroyed about j }80 per cent of the Macedonian! I capital that was to have been the! jshowpiace of Yugoslav commu-j jnism. An estimated 100.000 were made homeless. In Munich. Germany. West Germany railway officials dis- closed that the crack Hellas ex- press train loaded with hundreds (of vacationing foreign tourists iwas missing in the earthquake jzcine. They said the Athens-to-i j Dortmund train was due rn'; !Skopje's main station when the; i quake struck. j I The cries and shrieks ofj trapped persons were heard un- jder the debris of the heavily damaged railway station Satur- day and teams of rescuers strug- gled to reach the buried victims. Saturday's new shock was de- President Kennedy leads the way bark (n his Squaw Island house at Port. Mass., as Seeretarv of Stale Dean Rusk. Irft. waits fur Harriman to pose for one mora photo. (LPI Photo) STATE URGED TO ACT scribed as "minor." It failed to said. complaining of leg and ankle who neyer flinched as noise." he said. Jo Anne Prentice. and possible internal earth under him as "Later I saw that the cables one of the contestants in thejies. tourej (he ruined main square had been pulled out of was one of those on ground." jthe bridge when it collapsed. Park said, "The bridge w e n t j "Her caddy dived into me river one movement. People to recover as many of her clubs I went sailing into the side of the las he could." Park said. Park said that when he ngme in citv with about 30 other persons had to hold onto the side (of the bridge) because of the swaying that time." Four-Lone Highway Sought At Site Of New Hospital (See Photo On Page 8-A) i present innt' n" ol-ners refused to "L jday morning with Premier Communist Warsaw entranle to the sales jges Pompidou and Foreign Hp wjjj that sucn office. Actor Marlon Brando rp" lister Maurice Couve de Murville. u.nuM recos. among the estimated 150 per Pope Paul VI. in messages tojfense Department is planning to prelates, said he was fly an entire Army division with great grief." He j about 15.0W Germany na appr have fr-.rij f larw-e J. the Mo-! The center. The was directed to; T. MoWc-n. deputy director; ___________________. of 5 at Newark. It asked i Hijhwav Department to Europe and among .v.on as prjs.sible with plans -the Russian people. "The fo.- ;ho proposed improvement to j people dread war and they are in--; the vita! safetv needs" of j ready to see progress t Kr-Y Op of, 'foiir-ianp highway north of the! >.ite south to Uabash ave- rvj'1, a di'tance of alxiut a mile. tra-.eimj; public in the area, T, Ine prupo-ed improvement to the quartern for f'a'hoiic youth of trac- n Tor apostolic basing and this year in a dramat.c dem- he was forward.ng of its jet age ability J. mndS hSt to cover the most urgent: to "get there first with the of the families in; r-rs worked feverish- Today's Hifft Low a rn tt am. M oon 83 4 R p.TT. A maior implication of the mass move is that it mav point the wav for America to reduce onf. ly in Skopje, reports from France permanent garrison in Ger- A f, nifkptmf in the area hut was not and ?aid r'cw ParTh at. future arxj j Although only one or two close mtjon of Communist East Ger- pitKeting in tne area_ txit was Rjv) yr probably know what Dejmany. which is a Warsaw Pact we of arrest. Saturday, sending ihou-ands 'ck remforcenient emer-'pn- iGaulle will say. French and would heip perpet- Negro and white demonstrators of residents and tour- Iwere allowed to a fewjuate the East-West division of stood on the steps of the n._shing the streets and jhints. i Germany. _________ house at Topeka. Kan., and de- bearhrs re-orts as Nice. of staff ra Albenga. A num- believe the massive air lift ar, -A e the irk, In !T1 Fi ?.ru] of ('..i Four As Tniin Hits Their Car CllJrtIO 5 Swi FOTT WirJi SI i 71 i 54 i S3 'f. 47 manded an end to alleged discrim- ination in state hiring practices. fainted but no be earned out ;n only three or leaders in Ofcfo today p.ni. tomorrow am. Moonset tomorrow moon is in tpofw taerght. Ailg. I pm. Ship NORFOLK, Va. (UPI) Navy reported Saturday that thej destroyer U. S. S. Pratt was dam-j aged in port when hit by a freigh tor. Af rial View of Airport Interchange Beware Of Late Summer Sunburn Morgan Raiders Had City In Turmoil Applications Swamp Patent Office PfcgeSec, Books 6 B Builders Page 9 C Civil War .......6 B Classified Pages 5-7 D Deaths, Funerals Editorial Page Feature Page Financial News Gift of Roses A 10 A 2 R 6 B ytering their campaign against alleged job discrimination with a children's march. 7 T? 4 A 1 B 3 B 4 A Global View.....10 C Little Knoxvn Facts 7 A Main Stem.......4 A Minnie Predmore 4 C Ohio Politics......4 A Old Photo Album 5 A Photo Highlights 8 B Playground News 8 B Radio-TV News S C Sally Round......8 D Sports News 1-4 D Theaters..........4 B Weather Map.....7 B Women's News 1-7 C World Horizons 5 B Meanwhile, the ration mobilized to meet the dL'-aster. Makeshift hospital" spnr.2 up in the sur- 'rouixiing countryside arid govern- ment officials ordered ail children 15 out of the disaster area. 1 Mothers with smsii children were j taken to emergency homes far 'from the shattered city. The acrid smell of death per would call for a jet transport oe- Akron WinS Ohio Title and occasional I MANSFIELD (UPD-Margaret JA. "Peggy" Emerson of Akron Saturday night was crowned as Miss Ohio at the annual Miss iOhio Pageant here. The five finalists did not in- j elude Karen Sue Purviance, 18, of near Zanesville. i screams of persons trapped under the debris could be heard as Tito accompanied by Vice President Alexander Rankovic and Federal Assembly President Edvard Kar- ,delj. grimly inspected the city. j According In official news agen- Tanjug. Tito was told the quake demolished the railway ttation, On Ml Qtnditinn WASHINGTON' 
                            

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