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   Marion Daily Star, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1951, Marion, Ohio                               WEATHER Fir Lo v st 30 to 3i Sunday some cloudinc s. SA 11 Tier sout i poiti >n THE MARION STAR HOME EDITION OL LXXIV, NO 103. Ihe i led Intoi national Sf-vi I 1'ipss Ihe Brush Mo re Si He MARION, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1951. 46 PAGES iterorl matter at Mellon FIVE CENTS 1 Yanks Cross 38 Despite Red Buildup 2 Tank Expected Offensive TOKYO Mai eh 31 Two Ameiicin t ink LI lumns stabbed icioss the Ped Koicin m boi dei tod is ti a (_ i l il p Our c mm "t 3" h P u 1 I n on he v c r i l I i I T H f lui 1 in 1 n i n ie 1 1 si r n n ig chal- 0 n L nrngbu e n fi nt ind tncn I et ic cu k thin t int I c Rod- i Ihe ng he eel i il t n Bo h i in into 'lie fuhts The u n id ft ct t h of I i i _bu f iL.rt i ft Re I inti- l nk i moit u md hind uc- ni c It iek It st ised thite ind one hilf hnns in Red tei n 01 v The in t al tin us c u i i  nil i> _bu noi 111 of Seoul It is n ension of the leap- I og i foieos m idc a svctk rft sv i h a diop of pua- r into luees who quiekh en- veloped I i ongou in I pushed ci i v ud sutteiiing te i IIKC Tactual Fffcrl t ci the tetms 1 id d w n Is ense bee et n v M nsh ill eai lie us week the t ink thu s into Rtd Koiei mist be T t tctu il ef- li t ind not the opening of i full-fledge 1 ofieisvc he fust Amcuc in tank w uppe I the old bolder be- tween i h md South K >rca t 10 21 .1 ri (821pm E ST Fii- rlav he i ng tow ud the Hantan Rive Itu H i t m P T tubutais of tnt I i i n Risci w he t nisi three nn r i on Ne s Es e Mit Cnine e C m n uru t foices s1 i c I i ng AH eel Uoops bacs ir i t ir soiitliLin icpuhl c AP L ne pondc i J hn Ran- d Iph w 'li Ihe bo dci-eiossmg ir e H the s i tie i onls i K, i I s e ssl e e he Ch ic' vc I i i i icrt De 3 t if A i r-i n c is ng c une I t i week it ei [Up ibhc of Kuci  n tile cast c o ist lu H O K f( t ec is v r i k- m_ noi h uire >nd Y in n i g v lage i i p nt cunt miles 01 rroic above the I n lei and i I d lies rie s me icsis IIKC f i M e t s t n e 1 1 id i Reds Mash Back I i 'he i p t Ihe Ptds lasncd b uk tl d iv on a f onl I ou 40 n lies cast (f vshcie Ihe L b links i 33 ind tod u -wete posi ions i mile shot t of Chun- eh n riia' t wn in Amciicin tnnt1 nos is is a 1 gi- il juiripo pom foi in offens-ve by c it in idc T ie [feds shower! moie museic in tic HI   l d is 80 u in e a 1 Uus i in m i Ic MIG-li i u _lcd in ssh u sv de- 11 (1 nisi >i> s bluest ic' h i le It w is just south of the i i Tivei boi rut of M iiK.hi.it 11 ie MIG w is n p ji ted shot r v i i i I tr v e e d tin is 40 f tin n it ie ked P-2J bupei- f( i uiing a b n buiK of Ki ie m- M i c u in budge u d eie lun i ii tuin bs the S ibie No d i i LI is up i ted to the T r i ie n pi me 1'e b iibiis irpoi'ed knock ng ru spin of font buele.cs Ubcd t l ii I i matciicl he i M m- e Inn M c fvtd I it lefiunts Buildup Continue> i t >t k n I bsci v i ton e iep' ill i f t 1 In il Hip n li J'i n n lerl B ight- iiit el in ed lies ric- s id net Is 100 of I 800 Red vi >ie cs s< c i m ning wih sup- ples fi id is n _h' Tin s had sp I J 100 ri s r f, Tl in  t t md s Ch Idci m 11 v> itei sup- plv f iled but co >pnation bs lesiruits piomise of the auxi1 u v i ppl hold ng out Residem wpic asked to use uatci onls n uites exciy wo houis Hi fl Hvsatei memce MIOVM _. in eistein Mi sissippi sslieic the Tombi oce Hset v. is expected to le c a I tr i to FLOODS 10) NBorn" lYMNb aie among some of Ihe most musical vvoiks Scoies of tnem fimiliai to thou- sindi if loc il chuich-goers B i nr t so nnny know the hi oiy cf iheu authors and tin i vri e The St i begins todav a u T c k i v illusti itcd tea me cm incling the histoiv of t icse bc'tei-known musicTl Its titled A Hvmn Is lioin The fust tel s t e stoiv of lai utine Thompson of F I iv ei pool O It quotes fiom his famous Softl> and Tei del Is You vv in t v u t to m s it p ige 2 todas p ei 1.500 Expeeted To A'tend Marion Eagles Hosts For Zone Conference Moic tl in I gies fiom citie in Ohio airived in Maiion to- ns 'oi i est-( enti il Zone confciei LC which opens it the Mai I igje Hill Inv ifteinoin Ncnlv 1 000 moie dclcg ites and vuvcs ie Vd o nine tomo i >s when i puade thiough downtoun M will highlight the tl v s T Usities Rue-.esc Acne 317 is host foi the confeiente called to furtnet plins foi the oidei b child wcl- h ot ll ie l M pr t e of S le s fue woik Mav ii Haiold F Rob ns in mem LI of the BUCI.CSL c iiducicd the vscl ommg add s sshen the confciciuc openo 1 IK 1 1 It le s jo nno fie h Chi- i r r h p i r t ep r 1 liking up p sit ons m the eentei 'ie t sh tow ud thunchon desel- r pi is in all-ou Ked of- le i i tl i It i1 pi h ips is a t e rnu i i f usn EATIiER REPORT N i r 1 v 37 I- nr pprliMl ftrtnrrn n in find 7i ttt n m k MTX ru n 60 Mi irium 33 Rnn'all Trace Year Ago Today Mm in in Si n srs -i n o at 6 13 a m and sets it 6 oo p .n Nothing Taken In Breakiii Sion' s deputies tod iv im esti- gi'td th MI second bieikin in 'wo divs I Mil i in Tiictei Siic> w o i 1 ed omet me he ieen il) i ujit n I 'h m in- nc ic d mat i e of t ic implement s'o e sii'i no lung svas liken Itoin the building He dis- ceseiod tie btcikin sshen he i ened the Ihis motning Depuly Sheriff Malcolm Seseins and Rich ird Ruth slid cntis w i i t ed bs btc ik g i 11 ir indoss i i i ektn, t u o! the rf or 'hieves left the r> i idmrt ti ie ugii a leir droi 2 p m I am proud of my mans, jens of membership m the Fta- leinil Older of Eagles and as a Bio'hcr Eagle md Mavor ot Mn ion 1 svelcome you to oui tils and wish you cseiv success in soui gieat humamlarian en- dc ivors he said IVIaay Cities Represented Delegates were ptcsent fiom .cues in the following Ohio cities, which comprise the West Central 7o ic Columbus, Dayton, Spring- field Uibana Bellefontame, Ken- ton Delawaic Sidncv Mt Stci- I ng oldwater, Washington L II Wnmington Xcma Cncu- sille London Piqua Tios, Mai- lon Gicenvillc Tipp City Ver- sailles, Wapakoneta St Maiys Celma Rockford Minster vicw New Bremen, Marjsville ind Mechamcsburg Among the orders child wcl- fatc> pioitcts discussed at 11 if let in ion conference weie tho FO Well-Bnbv Climes, one of iTuTrTlo EAGLES, Page 10) 88 Employes Give Blood Al Pollak Steel Contribute 76 Pints On Bloodinobile'n Opening Visit In Ihe fust of the Reel Cioss Bloodmobilc Unit to a Mai- lon industij, Tfi pints of b ood weie given b> 38 dono s The visit was m ide s-cstcidav to the Poll ik Steel Co win em- ployes of that plant as the vo un- teei donois The Bloodm >bile Unit now is making two visits to Mai ion each month one at the blood ce ilei in the Fiist Piesovtenai Chnch and the othei to i Mmon indii ti> The quota set foi e ich vi n is 12> pints Due to colds amon, a mmoei of the omploses i f tne I'ollal plant, 26 who hid legistcied to be donois vseie lejectcd whei the v isit w is m ide lo ie pi ml Ot bundle I u I cuit i id inJ dining Ihe houis of He v bit theie weie w ill -m Good Day Hovesct rks ilc the f e h il tne quot i of pints of bl 1 a not iciched, it was consideied i good div Appi oxim itelv oie- thud of the plant emplosr eoul 1 not ihfv te> g vc bloe e due ti the age limit Duimg the div a hot men v i piov dcd bj the pi int mciU tor the Bloodmcbile slaff members Locil physuinis don iltng H fi sei vices foi the e Di fTiirn to BLOODVOBILL Pg 10) Auriol Pleads For Old, New World Unity WASHINGTON Mich 31 nice it 10! of Fiance pleaded tori ly foi itutv between Ihe old and new worlds to belt dnsn the dingeis Ihat tin eaten civilization He told the Intel -'imetic in foieign mnisteis cinfctence that close ties ol icligion langu ,ge histoiy and love ot hbeil> al- icady unite the hemisphcies md thU n iw iphu U limita- tions must be tin gotten 'In these davs of double and anxiets the solidmlv of oui democi icies can sav e the common hen inc placed in the r tiust Auiiol said The v 01 lei i Closing sm i lei, he i tiem r m one pait of the globe shakes the whole untve se if i in ideals weie not pushing us 10- uaid sohdaiitj of action nc cs- sity would impose it on us Twenty-one Amei lean nati ms are holding the confeicnce Rep- resentatives of all of them have approved a declantion of ington" pledging the Westcin world to iiateinal defense communism LEASES FOR MEXICO NLW Maich left New Yoik today foi his post at Mexico Citj The pi me i re- turning him to Mexico is a femr- engined DC-4 sent here foi mm by Mexico's president Miguel man In a brief interview befoie his departuie ODwyei declntd that he stiongly favoicd investi- gations like the Senate cnrnecom- m ttee in New at which he was a major witness Clay Leaves Post; Sees Shortages Civilian Eeononiv ill Be Hit "Hard, WASHINGTON1 Much 1 I uiius D Cliv kiv- mg h s high mobilizition )ob to reentei pm ate industiy predicte I today thai shoitigcs will hit th" civilian economy hud and heavy late this yeir Mafteis of c i s icli gciatois and othei di ables, steel sup- pis will he cut 20 p iecnt still- ing to-mil w pic bib's w II lie pcicenl i First Auction Since 1939 Rebels Use Forfeited Land To Paratroops, Be Sold Next Week Tito Says in i? 1939 or 1m I 01- ednes ia> aid Tnji Mi inn Counls c fn I b g luc i >n jlc tc 'cd 01 unpud lixes will be next T icsd i dis siles will be held at the cast rooi of tl c c ui hruse It wcilhci is Did the sale will be moved nisi Ic t> tnc nn n floj the ci uithousc outside the coints audit n s offi e Ml the pi ope ts oileica fir aie will be v acini of t ICTI ill tol The courtv auditor s ataff will clcik ail sales 30 Outside City es iid dcclired to iis i t ic 11, the au li 01 ti mmc I uiotnci 10 moie i the tind nd foui quaitcis Cl v told a lejort The c hive been e ui- tious si fn he sud pulls bc- riuse c "fen c Icartc s wai to the p ope 1Vu taxes slid Clear Title ti e e lands aic being o d undei t ic p i i >ns ol state law Thi ty of the land paicels  i tit 1 in icceives i counts audito teed f< i the land Deci ions bs the Ohio Supi erne COLI t have ic- cl i ed such deeds to give the iii_w puic lase a clc 11 t tie to the lull Is puicha eel a si A sale. STI Clc nci s s uci od v av nd idesp c ct Cl ly will icsuiie the bom chairm inship o Contim ntil Cm Co New fiom whch he to )k leave in Decc i boi He le- ic vtd -Is n s th i ik i n outstanding contribution to dc- fcn e His ippaituir wis u tr 1 t eisf ons pioblcin m k n-, pen v i h e la i Unio leirleis who have pulled out ol the mo'i i ti n p )1 cics J ir i ol the i cm ci n i' Cl iv Iheie w is 115 qucs in of a bicich between Wilson ind Clay, ho The genei il famed is outside the Maiun Coipoiitien These will all be auctioned orf Tuesd iv i lolling stii'mg at 9 a m with Cul Mils n' Lcillinn the Ic These lots au ir i M u ir> i Tow n i p L >Rue md Ness, h Bl  be Tc of all sales aie cash on the il the time of s Alms of the pi i s foi sale wctc the piopertv of peisons now deael foi vv iim no hens ce uld be f( und v. ule >theis weie 'he piopei'v of hens to eslates who did noi w int Branded "Placing Into Of Kremlin Masters LONDON Miti -51 Yugoslavia tonte: dcd odav t-i i i itbels aie oemg pi t i u to f ght iZu, n t c Kir hn-cont ollcc i e I c c Em er Hoxh i To con b t e e gicwi ig uniest in t ic n i b km Sovie- 1'c n ic nortec K ei t h i d MIG jet f g i ci Alo inia laviri aKo ar n he i icoel c.n i i n paientK is being oiiede1 L i- act banians no 1 si g in Itils The c v, as no i nn ed c co n nent liom Moaniaii exi cs 11 ItaK Leaflets Besides paiacl utists a sa d planes ,re showiig i-C mun st leaflet A 11 cities and The c t s c a made bs DC me fo mei i i 01 i r cc- to in un aiticle m t ic Be _ nrc Boi ba official nc K et of Mu srnl Tito b govei ment bo foi as kno v n cie i e i o 'Uenein couc i Kefauvei (D- bania and have not He did not elabo ate B it he Dedijei 01 se, 'The p ne- vvcie i et l s p aireiafl gun- and tne e.cvci i c t police dn n t allow he c to to go oaf of then hoj u i 1 i 1 the leaflets weie collected.' VMO o "13 c- Jessup Host To Deputies told a reportfi flails lint he is "Aimed gioups i c ben oppos-ed to a d ive bv tvo Repub- chuted into a a c. ihi lican membets of the eomm tee fight n? heie exlend the on un il nexl Jan l-> While 'hit is UP rcnains to be fouaht out on tne Senate floor, the commit ce v on unanimous S n i'c bicking fo is claige ag in I such big-name gambl ng f g nes as tiaiik Coslel- Uedijet bitteils a't eked ie !i Fiank Enckson and Joe Adon- banian rebe s whom he labeled. the mihtais govcinoi of Gcimany dunng he Beilm bl c me to ODM wi'h the undcist me in, he d go '10 ne .vhen lie jou 01 01- w is well ids-nir-id Moieovei, Clav sud he i come biek whenevei Wilson v ,m s him Tho cal may come next 1 ill he indiciter' w len the i 01 shoitagcj 3e3in ti hint "Big Business Libri included Clas in ong the big business figutes U said v s lunnmg the tnobiliz ition Union- ists held him In gels icsprnsiolc for the lodging f Maic'i Thr Big Fo ir deputy foieign minis- met infiitiills ovei lunch and decided to foi ego a fom il meet ng t das They probiblv will icbiime then sess ons rcxl v Ihe fion GiealBiit- am Fiincc Russia and the United Is 12 Balkv The tui weie among an even r'ozen b ilky wit! esses cited bv the Senile >esteidiv foi conlemp Congress because of Iheir le- fusal to answei some of the com- mittee s questions O'heis on lie list included Ja- calls is I st DC c i age polled that Italian spie 1 chuted ir o i It s had bcc'i lied and 01 e c "Hotheads Dedijei bitteils a't eked banian rebe s whom he "Aloanian hotheads at'- fueaahsts and ot icr be the L fir luncheon ns the cob (CVica s Thumb) Guzik re- PhihpJessip Puted tieibinei of Chic igo s Ca- SM'es met guest of Di ic in deputy It not known mob whit subjects the luncheon talk anci Louls Rothkopf covcied ICiCviclind bootleggei' The svestem delegates weie the ornmittee with known t, hive been in fiv or of .gambling opera'ionb not hotdi ig the f n in' 4os nn tl on Aloan i o 1 S R a -sc t oppoitumts as an excuse in Soviet aggressive pohc> on a bio d front he cVclaied Tito hs dtought weakened co in is now being stienglnenei bv Ameiican and i aid is ce peiatels living fo keep hs conn- and Moms Klcinman t'y fiom becoming a Ball an Ko- f o i m e i linked bs minpovvei an-, iftomoon but hid to get the thont> m ODM instead ol the Ii-1 sent of R boi depaitment whcie they The Soviet Unions pi o- w inted it Thcv .urn eif posals fo in agenri i for a noie-t- favoung nitional seisico la- ed Big Piui foieign mimstei s ses- authenily to riuift h- s on uouscd new pessimism the last w i Union spokOamcn in leie it cleai Express Hits It astlOUt, todij, that tney do not regard Clijs depiitme the anssvei lo t leu coiiplaiu spokesman foi the C 1 O s id We ncsei iskcd toi Cl v s c- moval We hive been a lor icpiescntation (in Ih inking of mobilization policy) 'Obviousls we mi no1 like Ihe posilio i he t k nut i >i Id Wai 11 on national seivice legibla- tin an 1 c uc not u ihai i to bee th t i lituele Ti CIO stiict 11 Jarm B Circs t iok the sine tack Hir compliint tin) li sul 'The mobilu ition setup is still rhrdcdly big busme 5 Cars Derailed, 1 Hurt A.RLINGTON Vt March 31 pTssengei cars of i Rut! ind Riilrond expiebs left a rain-w allied tiack south of here eatlv todas and one svoman vsas injuied Th ee othei s W ilham G O'Bu- cn ind R ilph J OHna both of Chicago md Stanles Cohe i of San francisco weie involved in the eotnmittee's iivestiga ion jf lace wire seivices Also cited foi coitenpi vseie Tohn Cioft linked bj Ihe commit- tee with plush gambling plices 11 Noilhem Kenluckv George S Boweis a Miimi gambling figuie and Tohn Covle of Gus Ind vsho was questioned about slot ma- chines and o hei gambling opor- alions theie Tic contempt chaiges vsill be ica Officials since his b Cok ssith the Kremlin m 1948, he has been Using to toe an independent Communibt line uno fie n s latels, his neatiants has been (Turn lo ER Paac 14) Will Be Held at CoWum Exchange Club Home Show To Open Sunday The doo s of show will open at seum Upper Man Named By Ohio Engineers An Uppei Sandubkv man was elected secret uy of the Ohio So- cietv of Piofessional Engmeeis ycsteidiv the jciated Piess lepoitcd fion T iledo The ness se ictaiy is J Moon His election was announce 1 at the 72nd annual convention of Mondav, Tuesday and Wednesdaj the second annu il Homo and p TI lomoiiow at tnc Veteians (Turn tr- REV OLT, Par-c 0) Reds Leave Buses Alone BERLIN' Maich 31 _ sightseeing buses s t at bs Com unjst poll e V ec n  left the Easicin Peoples Pol.ee Mode n Liv ng Memonal Coli- staved out of the vv is jor intersections Woikmen aie busy today putting the finishing touches on booths flashed on the green and decoiations The show this yeai will be 20 peicent bigger 'nan tnc convoy to proceed last jeai s show, the sponsonng Germans expecting trouble in Exchuige Club xepoits ing furniture, heating units at Potsdamer Platz crowded tno _. ssisheis noneis mees b uld- a ea %vhetl the buses whecicd The show will be open fiom w lsnei. ,ust as they had The normal complement 2 to S p m to 10 30 p m be open fiom ind agi n lion 7 tomouow It v ill 7 to 1030 also 01 the societv being held at Toiedo The three-day convention will be concluded tonight T J Kauer state highway dnector, and Mi] Gen Leo M Kreber, adjutant genet il and Ohio dnecloi civil defense, aie piinapal speakcis Sevci il membei s of the Ma ion Society of P ofessional Lngi- I necis aie attending the meeting mghls Bus seivice fiom tnc couithoa e to the Coliseum will be provided every half houi during show hours The first 100 women to tntei the C ilisc'um at c ich sc s e> i of the show will leecive a douoie oichid Moie than 65 boot is sv 11 riis- ing furniture, heating units fiom w isheis nonets inges b uld-, ing matenals insulat on mate lals la'ound plumomg fixtuics and man} oln- ncscia% cf items foi the home of eastern t affic policemen hod The Bilhc Johnson Tno of bccn withdrawn Gieen Cimp will luinish music The tiouble started before ss no-i for the event ]tne East Police .ried to s'op la John Sahsbmv is chairman of buses, which they have no right to the Exchange Club home committee Maiion Biovsn is' The Russians contend the bases piesident of the club Pioceeds pulled out and knocked over t o the sh HS wll be used tojl'ohcemeii "Ihe Atneucans msibt futthcr the clubs child) en v el- the excited Volixspoluel open 1 faie ptogiam nnd to bjy 'LU- fire without provocation Fif co i nishings lor tie Maiion Cits shots failed to rut anjone but play all soils of items mclud- Hospital. pierced one of the ousei.   

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