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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio                               86TH 193 Snow Adds New Spirit to Christmas Season COURT THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Fress HE A Af ZAKESVILLE, OHIO, MONDAY, DEC EMBER FIVE CENTS Prints the News Tells the Truth REFUSES TO SAVE SEVEN JAPS Indonesians Appeal to U.S. For Support Dutch Troops Press Attack Despite Truce WASHINGTON In- donesian Minister Soemitro: appealed formally to the Uni-' ted States today "for "political and economic support" of the .Indonesian republic. Dr. Soemitro also asked that the L'-S- "lake into serious con-, sideration" cutting off American Marshall plan aid to the Nether-- glands because of the new Dutch' action." I The envoy conferred with In- dersecretary of State j Emerging, he told reporters that he also had informed Lovttt tbe Indonesian government will con- J tinue strong resistance to the Dutch even though its top ers have been captured and are held by the Dutch. He said a new government wiU function from Boekittinggi. on the j island of Sumatra. Returns to Japan CoiMClcd War Lords Lose Appeal The mason's >now which fell yesterday added a new spirit ?o Christmas shopping activities today. Shown here is the rnvered bandstand in Putnam Hill park. Wirephoto Nearly 20 inches of snow fell in New York and quick to fashion the snowman shown at left. The crews of workmen to clear the streets. Rev. Jacob Deshazer and his wife, Florence, at the rail ofU. S. Warmer Weather'2 Dead In East as Result Melts Snow Here of Year's Snow Hoses for a white Christmas e fading here today as yester- snow melted and the mer- headed far aboie the freezing r ark. snow, the heaviest 'be reason, made driving haz- i cous on streets and highways al- f, trough no serious accidents were repined in ZanesviUe or rural x ccunty. mercury dipped to a low of 32 dezrees here this morning: and had climbed one decree shortli after noon. Tomorrow tnp temperature is expected to iw to the New York Bears Brunt of Big Storm But City Overcomes Traffic Problem rs- i 'year, and jt is Si.ng to be more; j YORK worst the weather could Q TYij-vliac' on "if- anrYiTcrh -fHci T In atld L9.5 inches of snow- Fighting Flares n North China -wasn't enough to smother the largest city today. j. _______r___ PARIS Netherlands in-' Gen. Meigs jusr before its departure .rc'c Japan. Deshazer took youngsters were i formed the United Nations Secun-' part as a bombardier in the Doohttle raid on Tokyo and is returning fe city mobilized tv Council todav intervention is' to Japan as a Free Methodist missionary. He said he found his i fumre while a prisoner of the Japanese. Truman May Ask Congress For War Emergency Powers Request for Rigid Controls Expected To Be Incfuded in Special Message WASHINGTON President Truman may send a message to the new congress asking standby powers Justices Decline To Consider Ruling Of Military Court WASHINGTON The supreme court today refused to interfere viith the interna- tional military tribunal which condemned former premier jo and six other Japanese lords to death. The court by a vote of 6-1 de- (tided it had no authority over the 11-nation tribunal. With this decision the supreme j court turned down requests by j convicted Japanese wartime offi- cials that it: 1. Consider their appeals; 2. Declare the international tri- ,bunal illegal; 3. Order their immediate re- i lease. The refusal presumably seals the doom of Tojo and the other six sentenced to die on the General MacArthur con- senten.fs- but -upreme Jurors to Get Pay Increase useless in Indonesia. 1 The Dutch delivered an official! memorandum to the council, which' Imet for an emergency discussion 'of the new fighting in the republic! of Indonesia but recessed until, Wednesday because of the absence' I of thp and Ukranian dele-' i The United States and Ans- i tralian delegates brought the complaint against the Dutch, Beginning with, the new tern of, During the oO-minute session to-. I At least 12_ persons were dead JamTary' 4, jurors' will re-'day. Dr. Phillip C. Jessup, the In the memorandum, the Nether- j earlv todav. There were five I _ _. house. At present thev receive S3 {casualties in New iorfc City, one per day three cents per milejlands said it had empowered ,in New Jersey and six others in, for expenses. The mileage payment high commissioner in In-! New England. however, is based on only one'donesia to take any steps hej New i-ork bore the brunt of the round-trip to the court house per'thought necessary to establish sta-i -week. "oihty in the Dutch East Indies. r j. 3 0 6 'Ct i i NANKING tP> Heavy fighting was reported today on the flat-S forecast for today and to- lands around Tientsin, heaviest snow in the occasional light ram or i of North China. Pre-'citv's history. v ,mier Sun Fo announced the' "Experienced by the record '-r- Mary Mattingly, 75. of 207 formation oi a new cabinet pledged' 5ncll fan of last Dec, d'awn "avemi" a to fight on until an honorable --Iared right hip this morningipeace could be obtained. she fell on the ice while j Although he called it a "no sur- s-.ng the street near her home. render" cabinet, he did not rule vas taken to Good Samaritan' out the possibility of a compro- Mrs. Mattipgly is the mise with the Communists. of Lester Mattingly. forces severed rail and and buses traffic fatalities were report-' telegraph communications between they got ''-.roughout the state jesterday. Tientsin and its port city of Tang- elevated lines attnouted to icy highway. 27 miies down the Hai river, eratir.g near normal. t.ve.   Bland. 45. wasjdlled pro-government newspapers said. {he Long Island railroad, lie officer: (4) "person over 70 idenr- j Justice Rutledge reserved de- 1 cisian at this time and an- nouncement of his vote would be made later on." Justice Jaek- son took no part hi the final vote. The other six members of the high Justice Vinscn and Justices Black. Reed. Frank- jfurter. Douglas, and in a brief, unsigned opinion: "We are satisfied that the tri- bunal sentencing these petitioners ,is not a tribunal of the United States. "The United States and other allied countries conquered and now occupy and control Japan.-General Douglas Jiacarthur has been se- lected and is acting as the supreiae commander for the allied powers. _.wi The military tribunal _senteneing labor and trade, probably will be j these petitioners (the Japanese) j ready for final approval of been set up by General Mac- National Security Resources as the agent of the allied 'by mid-January." j powers. i Because of the measure's im- to put the whole nation into Fighting harness immediately if _______ any war emergency arises. j Planning officials said today that jthe proposed National War Enier- jgency Act, embracing a score of j broad controls over the industry. Predicts Record Christmas Mail Postmaster Howard W. Me-______ jCracken today predicted the heav-; portance and vast scope, officials 1 iiest shipments of mail in the reported that if Mr. Truman ap- i "Onde 27, the metropolitan area start- ed shoveling early. As a result nearly everything was though slowly. Commuters from suburban areas found trains a few- minutes late' Judge Crossiand said he or- dered an increase in the BATAVIA. Java (I) Du t of the local postoffice and! pay because "three dollars per forces, clamping a nutcracker local residents that oarcelsl of The ar.g He said only the following rea -1 fall. Dutch paratroopers the i courts of the _____have no power or authority jto review, to affirm, set aside or 'ly will devote a separate HKS- imposed ers and for this reason the mo- tions for leave to file petitions for or tne union report. iwrit for habeas corpus are denied." first IS days of Deceni- j The legislation would give the. The opinion, called technicaily m :otal of cards and; President authority, in case of CUnam" opinion, presumably Chief Justice Vin- justice ordinarily to it instead of trying to summarize It in his forthcoming when his car rolled oxer a curve south of Akron city The death raised Summit ..nty's traffic toll for the year to compared with 63 a jear ago. The stepped up North China paralyzed in last December's bliz-.years of and (5) where undue lighting left ooth Tientsin and an-'zard. announced the cancellation hardship would result- Netherlands f top.leaders Cracken reported. The emplo.es of the postoffice which consists of 97 regular workers and 24 worb. ing at top speed to handle the marines who land- cient Peipmg. 90 miles northwest of 24 regular morning rush-hour Tha "grand jury will convene- on the north coast j bnsv Christmas mail. v s v CEirty yestc rusy" n si c i The Tientsin airport. JO miles i The important 19. the outskirts of Rjepoe, Jan. 4 and the petit jury win report' LCWJS Curavo, 71 G'rand Rap- 'Alle ajrport. lu miies The important commuter line'Jan. 19._______________ j M.ch. was killed town, was tinder Commu- had met increasing difficulties in, (Turn to paee 9) i- nist artillery fire. the the early hours, caused newspapers said, were not per- 'by mechanical failures of equip- r'-i mic Rays Affect yes of Scientists SHANGHAI CO The U. S- 5. mitted to leave Tanglcu. al- -ment and drifting snow. thoueh the town itself still was The snow, which started falling i in National hands. the cltv at a. m. At two .divisions of Na- began to aoate at S p. m. and end- Breckenridge. the last tional troops were said to oe try- ed at a. m. today. evacuatior. snip out of Shanghai. ing to retake Peipmg's south air- The roared up to Dec. 27 only 10 per cent of her ava-.laole, accomodat-ons ta.-cen. The slewing, of evacuation from here is growing cor.fi-, on center inside Republican territory. Other forces jated wonderfully- in this the heav-] occupied Toeran, 15 miles soutn- iiest Christinas delivery :n the Ojf jfaiang. Itory of the postoffice- They start- republic is ed two months ago to mail their Java" and boxes. The department has 19 cars and 1. .trucks including a new one and ir.e-half ton truck on the str< C. Aubrey Smith, last priorities and ration scarce foods and clothing. "Very rigid controls" man- not the outright labor draft advocated by some officials i in the last in the legis- lative blueprint, along with strike-i I machinery including'. I right to seize mines, factories. ndustries. BEVERLY HILLS, Calif, a spokes- c. Aubrey Smith, the personifica- has handed a tentative tion of the distinguished Britisher f the proposed law to films and in person, died today Truman and to the seven cabinet; at 85. I members who make up the board, j Active in movies almost until j his death. Sir Aubrey only recent- from Dutch-held territory to the, The postoffice, which was KfJUtPfl flV NfP died at his home, and important Republican ctVmodeJed ;n 1932 to IUU llUUlCU 1 II C few of his frienos were aware he of Sumatra. Butkittinggi. ja S152.000 in yearly receipts, now, fwas seriously ill, althongh he hrd their does more than S3SO.OOO businesf: D forces smaiheA a. a numbe, of n L J L DAI jfpfj ky I UU RUUlCU A, A f 'Al UIU Hrtf O llOICl stiffering for some time from energj apartment. 'conference table rather than jesterday that _ the battlefields, .-dentists, whom he   A! Jolson fice in and British sang some beautiful Christmas Columbia. llam Gorcon Sorreiis. 19. son melodies for the Cedars of Leban- one car was caugh 'on hospilal. Pass slide and rolled -ONDON CTi Pritam an-' "Mammy" s-ngers announc- a steep todav a four-var ilan to yesterday that he 11 giving nis vouths. Dale Abbo: .-T her men monev and ST5.000 Mulholland drive mountain- rescued frorn 'jniWHy porcn a, near Jn {he eswjnft Davey al- Stephen "ripis to eet nation out of estate to hospital as a wrecked car bv ski patrolmen. I -i, tne regular Aene meeting, along with the nine-man crew by Motor Coach employes of Amenca. Yuletide gift. The institution can motorists borrells was a iresnman at. tne f-j-e meeting will be open toir.eir.- a coast guard picket boat do it wants with the 14- ________________ .school, ne was reported in cnti- families and friends, the ship grounded in heavy seas a SHIP MISSING v.. .h. room mansion ar.d property, Joison cal condition at Northsrn Dutchess -pve Eagle chorus will present quarter-mile off Castle island. MIAMI. F3a -Kidesnread iilC I ilTlC lllC A Til C J __ __ V. _ _ __ -a. ".anced European Recovery ______________ a whit" WOMAN" DE.VD rails for continued austerity O. lT> Her hand, edf denial, and a AXGELES Edgardo Si- mone, 5S, internationally Kuonn sculptor, died vesterday following make self- UOUqias Develops New NOW effort. The company and the nav WI.UMAN- RBJECTS OFFER __ at Point, has'___ an offer to become FIRE WRECKS BAR football coach at the Univer- "f Cincinnati. UC Athletic r M. Charles Milcham rPn today. nounced yesterday a new Wright ACTRESS WEDS cal condition at N< county health center today Cbnstirias carols, under the direc- The shivering carolers never search was underway todav for of _ the shooting Slon o: Tony give the concert, for they decided the Konduran vessel San Luis and were not imrnedtaeiy determineo. to ieave the early mernbers of her At ,east, Ormsby Robinson, coilege public PATROLMEN ACCUSED .the seas became too rough. .three vessels were in the vicinity. iof Cape San Antonio, Cuba, comb-] !ing the waters for some trace or Rain the 607 ton craft and the undeter- I mined number men who were; I aboard her. 'home of an admitted policy oper-_! OHIO: Mostly cloudy and not so' !ator. Inspector Frank Story said'coJd with occasional Tight rain DIES IN FIRE Patrolmen David Brown and snow tonight. Tuesday cloudy and, CINCINNATI 36, burned to death yes- when he was trapped in his as fire swept a four-story p m. today.............. brick building. 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