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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 FEBRUARY 26, 1959 THE CLOUDY AND MILD SEVEN CENTS ONE MAN CRUSADE Bearing a cross on his back and carrying a cross of thorns in his Eliud a University of Texas art attempted a one man crusade Wednesday at Austin in protest of a before the state legislature that would require university sors to take an oath of belief in a supreme be- University police refused him access to the Nikita Resume Talks In 4CooP Atmosphere Aid For Aged BUI Passes Ohio Senate COLUMBUS The Ohio Senate Wednesday passed by a 30-1 we a to liberalize aid for aged and blind payments in The liberalizing will cost an additional a year according to estimates given by Sen. Charles Carney one of the sponsors of the Carney said in reply to a GOP the money will come from like we get the rest of the Gov. DiSalle Unveils Plan On Strike 450 Workers Return To Jobs son Chemical giant num plant near this Monroe tv village resumed operations Wednesday as 450 Democrats May Go Over Ike's Head On Page 4 workers ended Jaines Neuhart of Inside The Times Recorder Four Poets Grind Out 78 Million Poems Page 27 The lifts the 855 a month ceiling on aid the homestead exemption 55.000 to removes the income restriction of i and reduces residency ment from five to three of last nine j It also provides for with other Republican opposition was ted at all the changes except of removing the a month Sen. W i i I i a n. questioned Ohio could afford the added Sen. Danny D. Johson said thes was to of Ohio's older He termed the a month HELD COLUMBUS Gov. V. DiSalle revealed his plan for vitalizing Ohio's and ra department living a biennial j j The governor sent a special message and a to the Ike Sees Little Hope For Parley MOSCOW ter Harold questioned Khrushchev in a four-hour meeting Wednesday on the motives behind the Soviet premier's rough war A British spokesman said after conference in a viBa I Moscow that Khrushchev's Tuesday turning down a power foreign ministers meeting showed that there are I difficulties between the West and the Soviet Khrushchev to at f guest dacha amid gloom fay the surprise GIFTS FOR HUSBAND Mrs. John Foster Dulles b shown After ianch the two detailing his proposal her home in Washington with birthday gifts for her and their top aides went It. company and union bargainers have reached an agreement on a short-term first contract at the plant which went into operation last It remains to be Terms of die contract will be submitted to the members of the local for Neuhart No date or place has been but he said it will be held next The final stumbling Rosecrans Meets Blue Devils Page 28 Otto Graham Takes Coast Guard Coaching Page 29 Ike Warns Against Heavy Taxes On Big 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 the Hotel McLure WASHINGTON The House Banking Committee W Va re Democratic housing another congressional slap at President h ing Carney told the Senate promises have been made but day is the day to j He said liberalizing the law result in an estimated ad- cost per case of to per He said the new ments would be on not upon arbitrary Johnson termed four Republican amendment attempts as a to hatchet up the Deddens cast the only vote against The went the house for The Senate also voted 31-0 to pass a allowing qualified to serve on school The House passed by whelming majorities bills SLAYING Robert and Industrial De- 29. described by ton police as a former mental is shown after he was Secretary of State John Foster who celebrated his 7Ist birthday Wednesday at Walter Reed Hospital where he is The department would be treatment for ed by pooling half a dozen we r into s business session that until about 5 p.m. A spokesman described the atmosphere as calm and and said there the Boards and and 77 7 r-1 T u m on Marks 0andeSe- taken from little-known 7 Ml r I- 52, and ing of his Edmund in other state 4S. a was ar- rested as he pounded on the control f f T Gets Cheerful Medical Note t glum and was cleared at a of the contract were not r v Details economy pleas ately but wage mutually would cost the Treasury Republicans denounced it as a which four billion dollars more than Appeal creases were Neuhart Bargaining had resumed on SI housing program Agreement on the Eisenhower contract provisions were committee rejected J wnen talks began Jan. 6. m bv a i ne contract will expire i 31, the same date for i J v measure 19 to 7. tion or contracts existing j t it would tit fnp a f J North-South Orbit Shot i Postponed VANDENBERG Calif. WASHINGTON Secretary of State John Foster Dulles s 71 years old His gift was a medical report on his fight against net wun in Wednesday night in a it that seemed as chilly as Russian The two sat through the act of door of relatives seeking atomic j programs for luring new long-range educational in state advertising and other President who sent Dalles a T i said is reacting remarkably and the doctors are we fail in keeping Ohio's j pleased with his progress climate A The President also told his iyoung citizens will be forced 5 that amr ri po ht i k r elsewhere for or replace as star of ihe performance failed to and dis- DiSalle Israel department can be medium through which BEVERLY Calif. other than school for 24 hours Wednesday an at- industries can good h to lew additional taxes tempt to launch a i ing One of the benefits satellite after the the states tax to in appear because of lor opportunity np Ql Aft ith that there would be AO of state would await I President medicai evaluation of the i. U K threw cold water on voltage radiation treatment now To Page 37-D) In issuing their cheering doctors ex- Remove the deadline The Air Force tax boards for health and county posed firing reached a countdown and the ability to absorb officials of the fund-raising on his ers to acquire land for zoos of minus 30 e 15 our needs announced The doctors said Dulles was satisfaction with his r and noted that a to authorize The Air Force released the of existing the pledge on amounts of t n til nk V increasing areas of the being A ment spokesman For April out the basic aluminum Union workmen entered the plant on the first shift Wednesday i i- toda duce minimum down nn inane WASHINGTON on loans in The of j Supreme Court Wednesday took to rebuild heat in the The first of the employes It also would expand study Soviet spy Rudolf breaking motor were to report at 8 a housing and Abel's appeal from The plant rolled in term aluminum which is transported slum jury In all 46 bills were Sen. Johnson introduced jures that would give county technical power to issue preparations are for persons to give as soon on suspected felonies and to of vide a six month sentence fine for persons convicted of growth Nw exposed for almost three minutes tC 3C- Curing Neither the doctors nor next term of the Franklin bu companies raised titter to run the and Common Pleas Court Ohio's population grow from its present Turn To Page 32 D plants which and other num General J. Lee four pickets will Tne price tag Abel's charge that next attempt to send the along the Pacific toward the South There was some that the attempt would Thursday to put the artificial moon of the was originally ng a month this was sentenced Reports from e statement that this feature alone years in jail and fined indicated that were among some District Judge the frame home was a total proposed which pickets who blocked Antill at tr World vear boosting the total mer u- mer Sa main gate of the last They are George Robert James Bowers and James to Abel's court-appointed -i B. Donovan of Democratic bnl would 35.000 new of public charged the government j United Press 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 and go The head of the Soviet delegation to the con- Allison said i appointed be before George and R a 1 p h estimate of progress had asked two weeks de- possibility of resuming full duties lay in the tnai to get report from be it wo psychiatrists who examined The President the that after the current coarse ofi Mrs. who formerly a period of rest Jed was shot through the he and would talk at her home near Dublin the secretary's job Eisenhower if D u 11 e was such that he coaid not do his know I couldn't Jast December while her husband was taking final examinations at the Ohio University dental where he was a a neighbor of the i j r an firemen said the a minus 30 ference a direct but a Western source said the prav i Hames were out of control when they shortly after seconds daring was cancelled after several on were at a Stage Collapse Kills 12 During Celebration SAN Mexico death in a national flag day celebration of this cer stood at 12 50 others were 31 a public 4V'i" housing until all fends making search No one was it authorized by Congress for seizure in Abel's Manhattan firemen were alerted to S program were roam prior to his 1 stand Salary LONDON A giant Pan American 707 Boeing ing five persons d a training flight dropped one of its jet engines ever France Wednesday shortly before a New The plane later safely possibly keep him Bat he sed his own confidence that was arrested shortly after it to that and the crime was think of us here of good heart Discharges I GF I FT. S.C. Army discharged Lawrence E 17. he is going to that Freshman Congressman To Cut Teen-Age Son's Pay To For Sons A VI England judge Wednesday ordered Mrs niece of Boris confined Jo a institution after she was ad- judged insane at her trial for By JAMES BAAR to work when doctors told help rne Bat of her two sons congressman he was he can I bodies of the WASHINGTON stage and brick wall mar. Rep. Steven V. Carter from cancer had three at last December bv their Germany The Wesl German government an- Wednesday that Chancellor Konrad Adenauer to Paris next Wednesday to confer with French President Charles de The announcement said that the two leaders would con- the discussions they began last autumn a few months after De return to WASHINGTON Eisenhower is The Weather and other A ine today cloudy .al ra PREDICTED Uganda A herd of elephants called on r. c o as WEDNESDAY'S was getting near beis who listened to his speech Shim and II old or The stage was built with old pay as an aide in his that of his basic finished the speech and left the her clothes flecked with automobile frames and wooden er's will be cat in from apparently Police two of The Iowa reduce the son's pay He apologized for the had been stolen by in the 1958 Democratic about a i that followed Ae nf Dr. senior medical officer of testified Mrs. Bromley hadj been treated three times in tal hospitals before the j Mrs. was were five more his hand when aimlessly aboat Southern Restless natives seized a customs post in northern Nyasaland and went on strike at the r known causing the told his colleagues the pay rate ened Mage to Police also set fcr his son was never intended investigated the possibility he was too But Carter said the youth was Speaking in a low I have cast any ter he hired his son on please for- wanted someone who could me. I wouldn't hurt any one dose to me and who could be j mammoth Kariba Dam near here Wednesday as continued to spread through the Rioting natives raided the customs post at Fort Hill and took control of the immediate Frantic officials appealed for help from police and military reinforcements sent into the region to quell previous HORSE 50 YEARS OLD Italy oldest jits 50th birthday The i village of which the claims Topolino is oldest horse in the i is of
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