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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. The Times Recorder Serving And Southeastern Ohio For Three Generations FEBRUARY 14, 1958 THE CLOUDY AND COLD SEVEN CENTS Taft Refuses To Withdraw Name From Primary Race L 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 Cincinnati councilman and GOP nominee for governor in 1952, made known his position after a 40 minute talk at the mansion with Taft said he made the visit at the request of the governor who is recovering from a heart attack suffered last Jan. 22. am going to leave my name in the Taft told don't see why it would cause any damage to him at I said I would not oppose the governor in the primary and that still Taft announced himself as a candidate for governor as insurance against the lity that O'Neill might have to CHARLES P. TAFT for the gubernatorial post steps do not think it ought to be left up to the state Taft He added that there was between him and any member of that c o m- Physicians watching O'Neill's recovery from his heart attack said he would be able to campaign for reelection but on a reduced scale from his 1956 A statement by O'Neill after the meeting with Taft was issued by the governor's press Hal The ment urged Mr. Taft to 1 appreciate very deeply his generous offer to support me for withdraw as a candidate for re- Taft explained that he felt Rites Monday For Former Health Chief Services for Dr. Beatrice Todd first woman health com- missioner in Zanesville and kingum will be held day at 2 p.m. in St. James copal Rev. Jack Bennett will Burial will be in Memorial Dr. who also was a practicing physician died Thursday morning at the DeMent rest 791 Brighton where she had resided since 1951. She retired as county health commissioner in 1950, a post she had held since 1928. She held that position for 22 years despite tests from the state health ment over the appointment of a She served as city health com missioner from 1922 to 1926. Dr. Hagen was born in and spent her child hood in Pa. She at- tended the University of Buffalo College of Medicine from which she was graduated in 1900. She later studied at old Ohio in which later be- came Ohio State University Col lege of 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 To Page 14-A) Teacher Didn't Just Changed Schools Feb. 13 The Monterey high school cial science teacher who last Dec. 14 did not drown in the ocean as He just switched to another high Richard B. 29, told newsmen yesterday his was a with and he had no present intention of returning to his wife and two The newsmen found him teaching in an Oakland high school after his 25, advised the Monterey county sheriff's office to remove him from the missing persons He had been on the list since his car was found parked at Carmel near the ocean where he had presumably gone The Weather FORECAST Partly cloudy and cold Saturday partly cloudy and not quite so High 25 Today's Low 8 10 a 10 8 19 Noon 18 8 pm 18 2pm.......2Q 10 4 p.m Midnight 14 High 21 Yesterday's Low 3 TEMPERATURES High Low Boston 27 20 Chicago 26 14 New York 25 15 Lou 63 54 Miami 57 49 11 Skies Sunrise am Sunset p m. Saturday am New Moon IK pm from thr It now thf Alt four R much nearer lection of a in event O'Neill might should not be left up to the State Republican Statute permits the committee to name a successor if the sole candidate Taft told that he would make no primary election campaign on his own will be glad to help O'Neill if he wants me to in the To Page 14-A) AWAIT WORD Wayne 23, a shown consoling his Eula of as they awaited word on rescue efforts to save her 14-year-old who fell onto an icy mountain ledge while trying to scale fall Cliff at Calif. The was dead when a rescue team reached t Mountain Climbing Team Fails To Save SAN Feb. 13 M Sheriff Frank Bland radioed his office that a 14-year-old boy died on an icy mountain ledge today while a crack team made a Bottle Popping Mystery Still Haunts Home Feb. 13 holy water bottle that popped its top once before did it again today at the Herrmann home The bottle had been refilled er it had blown its top and Mrs. Lucille Herrmann found it with top off and on its side its contents spilled down a bureau in a Her two 13, and James 12, were eating breakfast in another room at the Since Feb. 3. all manner of tles have been blowing their screw tops for some unexplained They have besides holy such liquids as perfume and washing No one thus far knows the perate effort to reach Teams of sheriff's deputies and Air Force men tried in vain to save the Donald Burns of nearby Bland said ers were working to bring the body to the top of the canyon Young Burns slipped while ing and fell from a footpath onto a ledge 300 to 400 feet down the Sheriff Eugene W. Biscailuz of neighboring Los Angeles County sent the Sierra Madre climbing a group of experts to the After attempts to reach the boy from the bottom of the canyon or the top had a helicopter tried but air turbulence prevented it from getting close to the Yesterday was a school Lincoln's and of nearby was hiking with schoolmates when he slipped on an ice-crusted trail running to the head of a waterfall in Big Falls He waved and shouted for five hours before darkness set in. Justice Department Orders Full Probe Of F C C Payoffs Witness Describes Shooting Eight men and four women rors in the Court of Quarter Sessions Criminal court yesterday heard an eyewitness account of how a Isaac 27, ly shot Frank 22. of last Oct. 7 in the bar of the Pope hotel in that The Ernest a hotel bartender who was on duty at the time of the was one of four witnesses called by the prosecution the first day of Johnson's first degree murder Earlier in the Prosecutor Herbert J. Johnson asked t h e death penalty for the whose parents live at 1211 Keen He had pleaded innocent when he was formally charged two weeks Attorneys John McLaughlin and Will Schaaf were assigned by the court to defend the Zanesville man the man Johnson is said to have shot following an ar- gument over a presented by the died the day being wounded in the chest by two of five slugs fired from an automatic pistol which the cutor says was wielded by The state's first witness day was Dr. John H. ant pathologist at Hamot hospital in He testified that the lets entered the right side of then passed through his liver and Sgt. Carl of the Erie police department's cation laid the scene of the alleged murder before the He explained the interior of the Pope its bar and upstairs The third witness was Howard who recalled the activities of Johnson and Williams in an upstairs room before the Slow pulled a bottle of gin from his bag then drew an automatic pistol and dered Williams to Slow added that Johnson fired a shot while the three were in Turn To Page 14 A Backover and his Paula huddle over a book at their home in together now but not possibly free on is charged with taking front a bowling alley where he He returned from California voluntarily to face the charge after reading a newspaper account that his year-old daughter was incurably ill with Backover has received offers to help repay the money so he might remain free and at his daughter's Hubby Pens Valentine Feb. 13 A re factory who al cracked his wife's jaw during an gave her a valentine in Superior Court today in a bid to win her The Walter 37. said he stayed up last night penning the following message on a white heart pasted on a blue paper 1 wronged 1 repent realize how lost and ly my hours are forgive my foolish act enter into a new love back my and say you'll be mine 1 vow forever you will be Louis Z. handed the valentine to Judge Elmer N. who read it and handed it to Mrs. this valentine move the judge Mrs. fingered the brace on her which she coir tends her husband fractured Dec. 28, the day they not she j Schwartz Says Member Of Board Accepted Cash From TV Station Feb. 13 UP Gen. Rogers today directed the FBI to investigate charges that FCC Commissioner Richard A. Mack received money from a lawyer interested in a case Dollar Fire Sweeps Carpentry And Print Shop At BIS Income Tax Guide Available There's still plenty of time to file your income tax but why not get the chore over with And if you need help in filing your return why n o t purchase The Employee's In- come Tax The 36-page booklet is able by sending only 25 cents to The Zanesville Publishing com- 0. Or it can be purchased at the company's information desk for 20 Your income tax filing lems will then be Feb. 13 Fire tonight destroyed a two-story brick carpentry and print shop at the Boys Industrial six miles south of No one was Col. T. Lyston superintendent of the correctional and training said ment in the 80-by-100-foot building was all He estimated loss at about The blaze was discovered at about p.m. within 20 minutes the entire building was en- it was Firemen from Lancaster and several boring towns were hampered in getting to the fire by heavy Law officers from six counties also came to the scene as a precaution against any incident by the 950 youths at the Cause of the fire was not determined im- V. S. Scientists Missed Boat On Atomic Invention By FRANK CAREY Associated Press Science Reporter Feb. 13 story of how American scientists missed the boat on an important atomic invention because they failed to read a letter they thought came from a was told today to a congressional It's the story of an invention which now stands to save the United States at least 70 million dollars in the construction of a powerful machine Scientists in this country actual ly did perfect the but they found out later that the same thing had been developed a year before by a Greek electrical en- gineer named Nicholas living near Christofilos wrote a letter to some American scientists at time but they it into the without reading it because they thought it was just letter from that crazy Greek The story was related to the Atomic tee on research and development Turn To Page 14-A 150 PHOTOS SIX SECTIONS 80 PAGES In The Sunday Times Signal ZANESVILLE IS the livestock marketing hub of southeastern It's a big and colorful A Times Signal rapher visited the weekly tions to capture the excitement in It's a special feature every reader will M MANY AREA baseball fans who motor to Columbus to watch the Jets play now that Zanesville is without professional representation in the will be interested and enlightened by a special feature on the Jet's new Clyde a guy who calls his own shots and takes no say it's basketball tournament For the latest on the cage whirl the sports section is a SUN AND ICE that's the theme of a striking pictorial fea lure readers will find in this week's edition of the Times The continuing cold wave created a veritable fantasy in ice at several spots in and near It's a remarkable pho essay you won't want to miss. THE TIMES series devoted to Zanesville clergymen has come in for high praise ministers and laymen This informative and entertaining files are written by a veteran Regine Watch for this week's story on Rev. Wayne L. pastor of burn Methodist WOMEN READERS who collect antiques will want to see the tures of a home of one of ville BPW members that is used on the feature for the antique show here next Besides this there's another one on a group of 400 women enjoy the sport of bowling and the big that's just a week On the fashion front there's a new pattern for a version of the chemise dress that's making a rapid come In the line of culinary there's a recipe for in the Keyboard that requires a repeat mance once you've tried it for the PICTURE STORIES That's exactly what readers will find in the There's one on torch bearing another on Washington's Mt. a third about sled dogs at Lake N. Y. and a fourth on life in a lighthouse Of course this popular Times nal magazine supplement will also include more than a dozen flight articles of interest to every member of the DAGWOOD FINALLY finds the formula for a after- noon nap turns out that Steve Canyon knows the giri the Air Force picked out of the drink Sluggo has the perfect od for cleaning up junk from the yard A little thing like a blizzard can't stop Smith and Miz Barlow from having neighborly chat Pansy Bellhop Released In Slaying Feb. 13 W lice today released a bellhop whc had been given lie detector tests in connection with the fatal hole room stabbing of Margaret McAllister of Ky 33- year-old mother of Mrs. McAllister's nearly nude body was found in the room of j downtown hotel Coroner Herbert P. gave the he detector test to the told Detective Chief ry Sandman the man not attempt to deceive or tell an un- He said the bellhop was asked whether he had any knowledge of the crime or whether he had committed it. Detectives also questioned an- other man today but he also was He was identified as a cafe acquaintance of Mrs. Allister but said he did not sec ler either Monday or Mining Area Residents Have Sinking Feeling Feb. 13 wi That sinking an old affliction in this Lancashire coal mining was reported by householders along Valentine Road Roy Robinson looked out of the window into his garden and saw a flower bed It sank 15 feet and filled rapidly with The house began to tremble and he and Mrs. Robinson got out There are many coal mines in the The surface frequently filling in old shafts and fore the Federal Communications An aide said Rogers on his own after House in- heard testimony that Mack admittedly accepted al thousands of dollars from a lawyer active in getting a Miami television A brief announcement by the Justice Department said Rogers ordered a complete investigation of the Mack was not available to He was absent from a full scale session of the FCC bled to hear final oral arguments in a Toledo TV channel Aides told reporters there was no statement from Mack at this Bernard ousted counsel to the House Legislative Oversight subcommittee told the group Mack has described the money as loans but has said some were by the lawyer and has specific of repaying any of Schwartz appeared as a sub- witness before the com- which fired him last day He produced from the committee files canceled checks totaling which he said were given to Mack by Thurman A. Whiteside after Mack became a member of the Schwartz said Whiteside has reputation in Florida as a and that he represented Public Service Television a wholly owned subsidiary of National At Whiteside ed: is a d- He is lying in his He is testifying contrary to the mation in his Whiteside said he had never been a fixer and that he was never employed as an attorney in he television In the Public Service was granted Channel 10 franchise by a 4-2 vote of the Mack was one of the four commissioners who gave public service the nod over three other applicants despite an FCC report that Public Service was the least Mack could not be reached for Rep. Harris new chairman of the House sub- said he will be given a chance to tell his version and f he withholds any information will be way to get In other developments Turn To Page 14-A) Tunis Set For War Over Base Feb. 13 ID President Bourguiba declared are ready to make war for But he held open the door to mediation by the United States of Tunisia's quarrel with The President also suggested in a broadcast to his tense nation while he is determined 000 French troops stationed in Tunisia must the big French naval base at Bizerte might still be used by the North Atlantic Treaty That base and French garrisons are Jittery Tunisian civilians and al with light manned roadblocks to pre- vent the movement of French They threatened to fire on any French ships attempting to enter or leave Bourguiba's blue eyes flashed as he spoke on this sixth day of a crisis brought on by a French air raid on the frontier village of Sidi Tunisia put the toll at women and children 84 wounded and 10 not accounted The French said the raid was to Algerian rebels who had on French planes from their border hideouts m But several including U.S. Ambassador G. Lewis art reported have confirmed that there were heavy civilian World um maps a counterattack against Nightmare Alice down These are but a few of the humorous highlights from the Times color comic tion a sure way to brighten a dull winter YOU WILL find news from all corners of the world when you open the pages of your Times You will enjoy the crisp but complete accounts of all the major happenings from the national and international If you are not now a sub- scriber you can have the Times Signal delivered right to your door simply by telephoning GL 2-43KI, giving your and Order your copy Theft Al 13 ifl Officials of the Ohio Provision Co at 6101 Walworth Ave. said today a meat stealing ring which robbed the plant of products ued at as high as has been When insurance complete an a company spokesman warrants will hr issued for arrest of several em- Seven drivers and some of their employes have been dis- A supervisor uncovered the ring when he found 30 pounds of sausage not to driver loaded on a truck was checking for a sec ond Germany Informed sources sny a realignment of the world balance of military power is likely to grow out of the newly organized program of joint arms development by West France and This new program could advance the day when France becomes the fourth member of the atomic along with the United the Soviet Union and Syria A Syrian spokesman said day a Western backed plot to prevent the merger of Egypt and Syria into the new United Arab Republic has been uncovered and arrests have been Syrian newspapers quickly expanded the brief statement into charges that the United States is financing the alleged plot and that Turkish and Israeli troops were ready to invade to Poland Bishop Szczepan died celebrating Mass less than 24 hours after his as bishop suffragan of central He was 56. MOSCOW Russia's antiaircraft defense chief Thursday called for nationwide vigilance and preparedness against to destroy Communist particularly the Soviet Marshal S. in an article in the army newspaper Red charged that Western strategy aims at a attack on our country from the i HONG KONG Roman Catholic Bishop Domenico Tang of Canton was arrested Feb. 5 and charged with crimes against the Red the Communist paper Ta Kung Pao reported Bishop Tang was leader of the movement against the Com- munist sponsored Chinese Catholic Patriotic Assn. which is trying to split Chinese Catholics and the The Hong Kong newspaper said two assistants of the were also The three are accused of circulating Vatican documents cor- demning and the Catholic Patriotic forbidding members of the Legion of Mary organization to confess that the legion is engaging in espionage for the United and trying to help American Catholic missionaries imprisoned in Unemployment In Ohio Near Mark Feb. 13 Unemployment in Ohio creeping toward a new post depression record has passed the mark according to the Federal Bureau of Labor That number is far below the depression when it is mated that from 15 to 25 per cent of the Ohio labor force was out of work during 1932 1933, But it is still large enough to form a job wanted line stretching almost 70 Among workers covered by un- employment compensation the un- employment rate is currently at 7 per cent as compared with 7.3 per cent during the peak of the 1949 1950 But the rate is still climbing and is expected to top the 1949 1950 mark before the end of the CLOSE NIGHT CLUB Feb. 13 W The Bureau of Internal Revenue today padlocked the Gay Nineties night club at 1024 Walnut St. for failure to pay in Federal excise Three agents con- an undetermined amount of cash in the night club's ter before nailing seizure orders on the entrance Behind One Classified Crossword Puzzle 1C Comics Editorial Sports Theater 22 4 If
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