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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1965, Zanesville, Ohio                               French Continue To Resist Talks Of European Political Unity; See Page 5-A The Times Recorder New Safety Center Nearing Completion: See Illustrated Story On Page 2-A 102ND 69 PAGES ZANESVILLE, OHIO, TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1963 SEVEN CENTS Global ATHENS An earthquake, the second to strike Greece in six days, spreads death and destruction along the Peloponnesian peninsula 100 miles southwest of Athens. (Page 4-B) LONDON A British aviat- ion ministry official is order- ed held for tnal on charges of photographing files of secret mis ile projects and selling to agents for over a period (Page 4-B) JAKARTA Government of- ficials expel a young woman Peace Corps worker because "Indonesia does not need the Peace Corps." (Page 4-B) The Nation... WASHINGTON The First State Bank of Covington. Tex. folds the fifth federally in- sured bank to collapse this year. (Page 4-B) CAMDEN. Ala. Using smoke bombs and tear gas. police disperse Negro demon- strators during a mass march on the Wilcox County Court- house Eleven persons are taken into custody. (Page 4- B) WASHINGTON Sen. Hugh Scott, R-Pa. calls for a Senate investigation of the Ku Klux Klan. including reports that many Klavern are about to go underground. (Page 4-B) Around CLEVELAND Carnegie hero medal winner Mrs. Mary Sipos enters hospital for surgery to heal burns she suf- fered when she saved a 2-year- old boy trapped in a burning house. The operation will be performed in Mary mount Hospital by a surgeon who said he would not charge a fee (Page 8-B) COLUMBUS An 11-year-old girl who apparently just wanted to prove she could drive runs her uncle's car in- to a pole and a parked auto and is finally arrested. (Page 8-B) WASHINGTON US. Sen. Frank J. Lausche (D-Cleve- land) accuses French Presi- dent Charles de Gaulle of in- gratitude and says France should be made to pay its war debt of 6 billion before the U.S yields to De Gaulle's de- mand that this country pay its short-term obligations to France In gold instead of American dollars. (Page 8-B) Sport scope AUGUSTA. Ga. Although Arnold Palmer has not won a major golf tournament title this year, he is favored to take first place when the Masters tournament is held here starting Thursday. (Page 2-B) FORT LAUDERDALE. Fla. Clete Boyer is charged with aiding Roger Marts In alleged slugging of barroom patron. (Page 2-B) MIAMI BEACH. Fla. Nat- ional Football league club owners threatened with boy- cott unless Bernie Parrish of the Cleveland Browns is In- vited to meetings. (Page 2-B) The Weather... FORECAST Cloudy and mild with occasional showers and scattered thundershowers today and tonight. (See details on Page 8-B) Inside The TR... Page Sec. A Births....................1 B Classified B Comic Pages...........M A Crossword B Deaths. Funerals.........4 B Editorial Pages 4-5 A Police News B Sports M Womet'iNewi.........1-7 A A city crew fills chnckholes on Wlnton avenue, one of the mulcipality's badly rutted streets. IB the foreground with the roller is Frank Harris. Handling the shovel is Kenneth Wartenbce, and with the rake is Earl Thomas. City To Launch War Reds Nag Traffic To On Street Chuckholes An intensified war on chuck- holes and dirty streets has been planned for die city by Clifford A. McGahan. superintendent of streets and sanitation. Weather permitting, the step- ped-up fight against potted be missed and that eventually other streets, those in the they all will be repaired as they town area will be swept every i BERLIN (UPI) The So W. Berlin should be. The city has been divided into four areas, and a three-man crew has been assigned to each. After a while a fifth crew will be added, he explained. McGahan said that the chuck- streets will begin today if the "hot mix" is available McGahan said he was promised and" it would be. A street sweeping pressed for jt schedule which has been made nas to be cleaned out filling material hold. up is expected to be in operat- night. McGahan reminded that iviets and the munists East German Com harassed Western fourth annual cleanup drive will j ground, water and air traffic be held by the sanitation and' street departments Monday, May 17, starting at 1 p.m. More information on that win be re- leased later. The street and sanitation division superintendent said a to and from West Berlin Mon day in the biggest such inter ference since the Berlin block ade of 1948-49. The Russians refused to pass three U. S. military vehicles blv dry for al re- are in poor partly because of the weather.'city. McGahan said. They ml that the grader and patch- ready have been in action ng crews have been working a moving some of the winter ac-jstreet division equipment will be; n i riov trv tn patfhi rnmiilfliion hp continued. ioainted twice a year because it 11 hours a day to try to to ____r__.. to be reasona- program to paint all city equip- 'BeriiiT They Vso "tried to adhere to mem has been started and will Allied aircraft base and surface. ,be continued until it is done. .nvinK 6 000 feet -m will' HarcJd Jones and Paul Singer through a checkpoint outside bar from Wednesday Night Speech President To Air Viet Nam Policy Andrews, Harrison Get Oscars SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPI) Andrews, snubbed for :he role of Eliza Doolittle in 'My Fair won the best actress award Monday night for her performance in the title role of "Mary Poppins." Rex Harrison, who recreated his Broadway role of Henry Higgins in "My Fair REX HARRISON JULIE ANDREWS ion within a couple of weeks. McGahan said he realized the, The two "street sweepers will! HarcJd Jones and Paul Singer corridors "to streets are in poor condition. work day and night to cover the have finished that for sam- Berlin and sent up jet 'fighters to "inspect" aircraft tation taken division care of which will annuallv. A Western a L; s Allied spokesman notary transport jp. He promised that none will In addition to taking care of'is subject more to the weather. "nyms tne Hamburg _ i corridor was "inspected" [by a jet Monday. The Commu- Through 300 Feet Of Water Divers Rescue Cave Explorers FIFTYSIX. Ark. (UPI) Arkansas Tech in Russellville Navy deep sea divers last man out. four trapped cavern explorers, divers found {nc spelunk- one by one from flooded about n am CST (noon land Cave through 300 feet high and fo. on a ledge i O deep in the cave. They had enough food and murky water Monday. One div-; er collapsed and died as the last man was rescued. i 4 The Navy diver fell, his to last In the water, as Steve Wil-i son a 20-year-old student at Ar-j kansas Tech in Russellville pulled dripping from the water that blocked the entrance to the cave. Doctors and rescue wills ad- ministered artificial respiration J and oxygen and massaged his I heart for two hours without suc- cess. All newsmen and spectators were shooed away. until Thurs- ed around the mouth of the jnist jet flew close to the Amer- lican plane but did not buzz it. iTempelhof Airfield radioed com- 'mercial aircraft in the corri- that "unidentified" planes had been sighted on radar close to the airliners. The Western Allies defied the cavern near the hamlet of the picturesqu of the Ozarks. As the water, vas voted best actor of 1964 the most was a wonderful experience." he 37th annual Academy Awards of the glittering awards was the presentation Cukor on his fifth try won the Oscar for best director Best picture of the year was 'My Fair Lady" which won a ota'l of eight Oscars to five or runner-up "Mary actor Oscar to Harrison from his leading lady, Audrey Hepburn, who failed to be nominated for her co-starring role as Eliza his direction of the million production of "My Fair Lady." The best supporting acting The triumphs of the two went to Peter Ustinov, sh stars brought them together or the first time since they Hepburn opened the sealed envelope and with previous winner, for his role in "Topkapi." Lila Kedrova jtarred in the stage version glee called out the Oscar for best support- he Lerner-Lowe musical actress In only her second Broadway and in walked quickly "Zorba the Greek." Blonde Miss Andrews stage to say: "I feel in winners were of Russian passed over for the film I should split it in half. and appeared in sion of Fair Lady with the like to thank in Europe before turn of Eliza going to Audrey had anything to do their talents to motion pic making of 'My Fair Position On Talks Studied Hitching With 'Star9 Planned 'Rendezvous' Astronauts Named traffic and delivered a protest ito the Berlin air safety center. The East German Communists rose Sunday night, hope Wegt German hjghway traffic to and from Berlin for hours and limited barge traffic on canals helping supply the ed. Then an S.O.S. blinked on a string of lights that had been run into the cave. The spelunk- cale harassment i UII 14UU UJC A lie .j ers had managed to short cir- More than 100 persons the line to send the signal.j.m big Soviet-East German mili- tary maneuvers just outside of The Navy withheld Identifica Farm Package Due To Hike Food Prices WASHINGTON dent Johnson sent Congress an tion of the' diver pending ncli- omnibus farm bill Monday that fication of relatives. experts estimated would The spelunkers. pulled out housewives a penny _ _ _ _ l _ more ter two days trapped on a [for a loaf of bread and four ledge deep hi the cave, were cents more for a happy and in good health. Mike Hill, a 19-year-old stu- dent at Arkansas College in, Batesville and an expert cave explorer, was first to be brought out. Scuba divers and Navy divers flown in by the Washington. D.C. chapter of the Speliological (cave !a meeting But the President claimed the Wednesday. West Berlin. The Communists cited the war games as a pretext for their traffic interference.! But it was clearly aimed at try- j ing to frustrate the West Ger-, man Parliament's plans to holdj in West Berlin' WALTER SCHIRRA legislation would boost farm in-i In their bid to block the par- jliament meeting, the Commu- jnists Sunday prevented West tnal Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt from i. come and save the government money in price supports could be plowed into anti pov-'dnvuig pound of projects to help hard-press- Power Disrupted In Crooksville barred back to his city and West German parlia- FBI Charges 2 Men With Selling Secrets ed farmers. by road The tab for the grocery buyer: million, or about! each a vear. ment members from traveling WASHINGTON (UPI) Two or rail to West Ber Society brought the men out by using scuba tanks and mouthpieces. Hogan (Hogie) Bledsoc. 20, also an Arkansas College stu- dent, was next out. In a letter to House and Sen-, ate leaders, the President said1 Burton Riggs. about 60. "enormous advances in National JCrooksvlHe was a, agricultural efficiency have left exploring) lat '.the farmer working harder and. Protestants Study Unity I'm Just a 42 year old "I'm fine. Blcdsoe said. Hugh Shell, bookkeeper from Batesville. Ark., followed Bledsoe. A dia- betic. Shell had a three-day supply of life-giving insulin with him in the cave. Steve Wilson, 20, a student at Good Samaritan Hospital late] Monday night for injuries "sus- tained when an auto he was driving struck a power pole in the South end of Crooksville on Ohio 93. He sustained a bump on his head, cut lips, and possible chest injuries. Crooksville Mar- shal Pie Burns said the accident occurred about p.m. and resulted in a power failure in the southern section of Crooks- ville. Service was restored about 10 p.m. enjoying it less." LEXINGTON. Ky. (UPI) At the same time, consumers i Leaders of six Protestant de- are paying less than out ofjnominations Monday came to every in their paychecks for'grips with the one issue that food, and the cost is declining, jean make or break their effort imen including an Army ser- jgeant on duty in Washington I were arrested by FBI agents Monday and charged with sell- ing military secrets to the Sovi- et Union for almost 11 years. j The FBI identified the two jmen as Sgt. Robert Lee John- son. 43, who was seized in .Washington, and James Allen Mintkenbaugh, a former Army sergeant, who was arrested at ;astro Valley, Calif. They were charged with "fur- By getting the consumer to absorb more of the cost of in- creasing farm income, he said, 'we can turn more of our at- tention and more of our tax dol- lars to revitalizing rural life and rooting out the poverty which is all too prevalent in rural Amer- ica." to form a united church es- tablishment of a single ordained ministry. This was the sole item on the agenda for the fourth annu- al meeting of the Consultation on Church Union. The meeting began Monday and will con- tinue through Thursday. HOUSTON. Tex. (UPI) tronauts Walter M. Schirra and Thomas P. Stafford were named Monday to man's most ambi- tious flight into orbit a dar- ing attempt to hitch their cap- sule to a rocket take a "walk in space" and collect a bag of cosmic dust. The veteran Schirra and rook- ie Stafford, the nation's fourth set of "space will ride as pilot and co-pilot respective- ly aboard America's Gemini-6 spaceship within nine months. The Federal Space Agency Monday introduced textbook-fly- ing pilot Schirra and handbook- writing Stafford as the No. 1 team. Gemini veterans Virgil I. Grissom and John W. Young will train with them as "back- ups." The flight planned for 42- year-old Schirra and 34-year- old Stafford aboard Gemini-6 is far and away the most complex ever attempted by either the United States or the Soviet Union: will try to maneuver to and link up with a previously set orbited target rocket. The Gem- ini's blunt nose Is designed to fit into an adapter section at one end of the target. This is a feat that could put America ahead of Russia on what many experts consider the No. 1 yard- stick of cosmic conquest. Stafford, midway CLEVELAND (UPI) Secret through the flight, will open his WASHINGTON dent Johnson will deliver a ma- or speech on Viet Nam and outheast Asia Wednesday night, the White House an- nounced Monday. The President will speak at I p.m. EST to the students and acuity of Johns Hopkins Uni- versity in Baltimore. The White House said the address will be open for nationwide radio and television coverage. Presidential Secretary Georgt E. Reedy had indicated early in the day that a major presiden- tial address on Viet Nam was in the making. In formally an- nouncing the time and place in lie afternoon, he broadened tht topic to Southeast Asia. Although Reedy was unablt to say so, it seemed apparent that Johnson's talk would relate to the forthcoming U.S. reply to a plea by 17 "non-aligned" na- tions that there be negotiations in Viet Nam without prior con- ditions. The U.S. position has been that Hanoi must cease its di- rection and support of the Viet Cong "aggression" against the South Vietnamese government before any talks can be held. The 17-nation plea was deliv- ered last week to Secretary of State Dean Rusk by the ambas- sadors of Ethiopia, Yugoslavia, Ghana and. Afghanistan. The State Department that it would be said then considered, and that a formal reply would be made. Reedy said that obviously tht President would not answer a formal diplomatic communica- tion solely through a speech. The U.S. reply was under dis- cussion during the weekend and Monday by the President and his top advisers. Reedy said he expected Wed- nesday's address to be similar to a statement Johnson made to his cabinet on March 25, which was made public that day. THOMAS STAFFORD in Mintkenbaugh was arraigned before a U.S. commissioner Oakland, Calif., who also bond at Found In Ohio Creek Service agents examined hatch and climb out at the end in watersoaked bills that of a line for America's first nishing classified information relating to military installa- tions, missile sites and intelli- gence activities of the United States government at both for- eign and domestic locations." Johnson was arraigned today before a U.S. commissioner and were thrown into Campbell Creek, near Creston in Medina County. The bills were found Sunday while three boys and their uncle were walking across a bridge over the creek. Kenneth Bolder of Creston, the uncle, told the held in lieu of bond. A preliminary hearing was sched uled for April 15. "spacewalk." This is a trick that Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov managed successfully during the voyage of the Vosk- hod-2 last March 18. Americans will carry along a special container to try to trap micrometeorites, or agents the bills were wrapped in i particles of cosmic dust, travel an old sweater and weighted ing at bullet-like speeds through with rocks. space. I.W.A.W. LET'S GET TOGETHER DURING INTERNATIONAL WANT AD WEEK: I'm O. The Times Recorder Classified Ad. The nlcext way I can think of to celebrate "my week" Is to help folks like you have more and do more ot the extra things that make life more enjoyable. I bring you the cash that makes It possible by finding buvers for the worthwhile things you aren't using any more. Call now. Once net acquainted. vou'U count me one of the best you have. SOLD Hard wick 30" With Robcmhaw oven. Good M new. GL XXXXX. DIAL 452-4561 "THE WANT AD KCXBEB" Aik It with privileges. fSPA-PERI   

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