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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1950, Zanesville, Ohio THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Press if Af 85TH 277 ZAXESVILLE. OHIO, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1950 FIVE CENTS ENVOY KILLED Prints the News Tells the Truth PLANE CRASH Wind Wrecks Farm Buildings on Adamsville Road i..lent winds afternoon bowled over a frame .-hick- en house on the Raymond Ferrell farm, located on the Adams- ville road, nine miles from this city. Fifty chickens in the building; at the time escaped unharmed. 65-Mile Winds Hit Area, Causing Extensive Damage Trees Uprooted and Farm Buildings Wrecked by Gale; Mercury Reaches 85 After the warmest and windiest of the season, the weather returned to normal today, but many property owners were still counting the damage from "yesterday's milf-a-minute gale. Many farm buildings through- ou' MusKingum county were un- roofed the wind which blew fierceiy throughout 'he after- noon A brief but violent twister struck the Adamsville road vi- cinity in the neighborhood of Weissert Gives Hat a Long Ambassador Toss Into Ring for Sheriff Jo Canada Tr.t- ni'Te auav. Te Si a.ieauv get- T.rjj tui 2i6J vii.en ne will run iur sheriif passing out rr.avh cookie's. me cover of wr.ii h is TCS- "Oat id Heixsert for Sheriff. 195'i. Pass the word Along." The to- da> if it's a gag or the real thing It s tne real thing ;.aid the insurance mar. who was oeateii b> dJS votes for sr.eruf in 194h. "I m in -r.e rate two vears from now I in an earjv -.Tart Weibsert an insurance in'o "ne ta! spotlight two sears- ago whtr. he out Ked the Repubu- a-i ..'tib ant with tr.e help of srorl-lived Repuoh an e'erans organization won The norr.jra'ion for shei- iff wa< this snowir-g tr.at was respcnsible for peate ov enures- the club the next vear The group was taken into the ilub jiv f an vove liv-an par-v policies was given a job in the cour.tv s which he has since resigned after heirg Real- (near, a Democrat, will run for a third term In 195? was not known today. que-uon was put to 'his rr.orr..ng he said "That lepr.ds 1 rr.ighr be Tha; s a long wavs off I won t I won't be Loses Life Damaging Wind Storms Ease Off The ttooden silo on the Ferrell farm was reduced to a pile of twisted lumber by the strong winds. Members of the Ferrell family said a miniature "twister" struck that area. Shakeup Seen Rossellini Linked In State Dept. With Dope Ring 3-. Assisted Press) Weather's elements, after an Spring spree of violent e showed some signs of getting bacK on nature's beam todav mne north of this city, a m months, designed to deal narcotics are being smuggled m- The late March storms dealt Slio was and smashed more effectively with Commu- to Hollywood from Communist f, biovvs over the mid- the barn, and a chicken nism in the far east, is in the China Hanson Raps Red Charges Challenges McCarthy To Waive Immunity WASHINGTON dore Hanson today challenged Senator McCarthy (R.-Wis.) to waive his senatorial im- munity and report his charges that Hanson is pro-Commun- ist. Hanson. 37-v ear-old state de- partment official, told a senate foreign relations subcommittee he is nor a Communist, has never been a Communist and Chicken Under Glass Dunked irrls of pale velocity cust storms Ras! and highway travel in part's of The midwest storm -vas curtailed. Some schools vpre Closed Conmunications disrupted drooped over midwest as the storms k They were f-e'.ow freez- r.or'Ii central areas The intense and wind storm thai whipped across the western plains and into the north central region appeared diminishing today as it moved eastward. It left in wake blankets of snow areas rf Colorado. ming. the Dakotas. Nebraska. and Wisconsin. _ __ _________ PnfK piled seven feet in parts of North Dakota. of reavv oak r to be T.-it- dust which caused dismantled :o be pu" back in damage to wheat crops pla''e Durarr said today Texas. Kansas Oklahoma A brush f-re. 15 miles easf of nd eased but there Cambridge on U. S. Route 40 was dust m the air in parts was fanned by strong winds and WASHINGTON first WASHINGTON Senator never belonged to a Corumunist- At the Ravmond Ferreli farm, major state department shake- Edwm C. Johnson 'D-Coloi says front organization. McCarthy, in testimony to the committee, said Hanson had "pro-Communist proclivi- ties." He also described Han- son as a man "with a mission to communize the world." McCarthy cannot be sued for launched statements he made to the committee But Hanson said if McCarthy would repeat the charges with- of senatorial im- Aest. the plains states and over house was blown on its side. making. Johnson, chairman of the Sen- rui-h of the south The climatic AchickencoopontheCiarer.ee Tn coincided with but there ate commerce committee made jon-mg was a mixture of Durant farm on Law head lane was no indication it was in- this statement or. the Sena'e rain sleet hail was upside down Built fiuenced start of a vieo- floor yesterday in the course of irds of Vale" vplnrirv flrmrtc rous Republican drive to oust a fresh attack he MARIETTA Eijfht mem bers ot i Marietta college crew and their coxswain were thrown into the Mnsldngum river late yesterday when a hujh wind npset thel- frigile shell. The swam shore and walked, in drenched cloth- ing. to the boat house a half- mile away. The college launch towed the shell back to the dock. It was undamaged. A second crew, on the river at the tin e. managed to weather the windstorm which np whitecaps on the rivt-r. rous e'iry of stare Acheson It against the movie capital's dis- did affect principalh' the de- tribution of the film "Strom- partrr.ent s far eastern dnision which has beer under Repubh- Lashing out at RKO studios can fire for months As one re- for oackmg Roberto Rossellim. suit, an Acheson aide will go to Italian director of the film and if, a Japan to confer with Genera! father of Actress Ingrid Berg- earliest" Douglas MacArthur on far east- mans son. Johnson said. rmahe vvi un to me COUrt of at the era problems The new announced yesterday placed Amoassador C .Tessut in the post of principal adviser to Acheson on -.vorid political issues. Jessup will share 9 general co-ordi- naung job wnth undersecretary James E Webb President Truman said at Ke> West F'.a that Jessup has been persuaded to remain in the as at- iarge Asserting that he had been cleared after a thorough investi- gation by the FBI Hanson con- tinued- I deeply resent this attack upon my loyalty. I wish to state now. undt-r oath that I am not a Communist I have never been a Communist "I have never belonged to an organization cited bv the attor- ney general as being a Commu- nist front organization I have never knowir.giv associated wirh krcwledge of Rosseilmi when the an esP.'pnage agent of a foreign studio en'ered into an arrange- Tnent with him for production ol wansor' waK the fourth "Stromboli." Johnson added to come tnp comm.'tee "He f Ros.sellini) has been for many years and is now a notorious cocaine addict. He associates habituallv with an international gang of narcotic smugglers and dope runners. This criminal ang is credited with being the pipeline through which the supply of narcotics is smuggled into Hollywood from Communist sources in China." Arguing that RKO had full 4 Perish As Transport folk Southeast of Ottawa OTTAWA Laurence A. Stemhardt, U. S. ambassa- dor to Canada, was killed with four other persons today m the of a Washington- bound U. S. transport plane on a farm near Ottawa. The two-engined S. air C-4T crashed 11 miles southeast of here shortly after taking off froro: Rockcliffe air- port The -aft was demolished. The as iis'ed by Canadian press: Steinhardt, once ambassador to Russia and Czechoslovakia and for 17 years a career lomat. He had nerved here since 1948. Allan Harrington, son of t'. i to Canada. Julian Harrington. Capt Thomas Archibald. U. S, army air force pilot Lt. Co' F. Trueblood. f. S. army air force, an exchange of- Dav id Steele of E! Dorado. Kan holds an s-weeK-oid chicken which was raised in a glass bottle. Put in the bottle when only a few davs old. the chicken now weighs an estimated 2u pounds and appears normal and healthiy. A small round hole in the bottle allows the pullet to reach water and feed dishes hung from outside of bottle. Ousted Chairman BrynMawr Junior Accuses Lausche Reported Missing f Car Rams Into Train fouth Slightly Hurt Vhen Auto Overturns Elephant to Die For Crushing Boy SARASOTA Fla Crerrv. A ear old aned serious injurv late last of "is over- nn e- or tnp West pikp. five -o frrr- -om This M'-Murrav. driver of th? i Sreri'f Bea'near ct of T.IP destroyed a house and barn The Cambridge fire department Mrs Norman Roberts. 19. of dpvasTaling- lought the 43R Hedgewood avenue, escaped Johnson said he made the Narrow Escape with minor injuries when the statements because "I want 'he In count- Mrs Edna car which she was riding American public to understand Chprrv her yourg son crashed into the side of a Penn- clearly type of individuals railroad freight tram are making pictures for them." circus elephant rr.us- pay IP1" life t five--, ug roao crossing oid child to aea'h Cloudy and Colder T-P work beast ----------------------_ ________ s'or-ppd the child s head be- ,-pr foo- ig Brother? and Bamum Charles row es-ape nan a rar- vv.-.en a cmmney at the ncT.e Ko- -er fror- whe- -ne car >re pi-sed up r nnver of the escaped in'-_r> 'old po- the was side of -he train, OHIO Mostlv or side of "he tram. CO'IP- OUT of the wr.ic'n ne did not see in time to wi-h IPS in cpr- (TP a i-r< of brick tne crash Trai and Lowest feu across 'r.e -i-e car was badly damaged to-ieht 25-Vi west arid east ar.o: i dav thp w s f crfj.-i ppar...TS to several of logical "The statement of the gov- ernor that the docket of the board be arranged to accom- modate objectors of the issu- ance of permits in cities where the objectors reside is unreal- Ntit. illogical and falls short of the use of common sense." Mitchell said in a prepared statement. Gov Lauschp rPTroved e. a? cnairrran of tne sta'e r. .07 board His ac- A at iege and ead i- search for the girl. The missing girl is Gertrude Colston Nanman, a resident of Harrisnurg. She is a junior at Bryn Mawr and in studying Mathematics. Naiiman is described as bfondf. weighing 130 pounds and standing five fppt eight inches tall. _ rpe Four-Day School Vocation at Easter e pub.ir 1 va-. e a fcjr-dav v? eferna-v s K.gh "dsv L'rw y O CIOCK hiTn tion r.a e ?-i Later VcMurrav nirs OF BI RVS r p Arr.-'o r r.igh- of At 2.3O. the airport rpport- pd a uind vplr-cirv of ss miles an hi.ur was recorded for a of five minutes. or sr-? Eas'er Mrs. Wickens Named to Aid Drive for Hoover Report a report 7PfU5Pd "O pOSt PI r.parirg set for a of a ui-niT; feet of D re-urn hoTT.e for sp-.r.g rr.ndav. Miss rro'-P7 Mrs r rpr dajg--P7 had TO k-ow, wa onr kitchen paint Prt Flour sanded? Bed ror.m wallpaperrd? Fur nai P rlpanrd Radin rp paired" tO Publish M WofltOUt VARIHTTA 'r m civ ic 'X Badly Hurt When He Runs Into Auto LAURENCE STEIXHABDT ficer attached to R.C.A.F. head, quarters in Ottawa. Lt. Mark Belanger. S army air force, a former U.S air at- tache at Ottawa w-ho was in Ot- tawa on an exchange basis. The lone survivor was Master Sergeant Gwyn A Long of the U S army air force, crew chief on the flight He was reported to have walked sway from the wreck and was taken to a hos- pital plane took off at a.m.. EST. Witnesses at the scene, the Goald farm three southeast of Ramsay- ville. said the craft seemed to explode about 50 feet from the ground. Wreckage was scattered over a wide area of the flat, cleared farmland. Cause -A -he ---ash was not im- d p r p r m i n e d. The wpa'r.pr r.ear ana visibility go--'d -Ar.er "he aircraft took off. 57 was arnbassa- TO Moscow ri-j-ir.g a critical period of U. S -Russian rela- In Washington, the state de- partment said Steinhardt was enroute to the United States on private business. It gave. his destination as York and not Washington. A Yo7kcr. S'em'nardt ga.p -.p a or'-fitab'.e iaw and a-- :r Apr.'. 1933. HP worked for ol Frank-in D "re Kad kr.owT. for SP-. p-a" ;-ears ard was made H c Dost as a a v P -.p ran -v- Za.-ps af- o K .Tores 36 :P 'n -i 'A. .ard -x- v. ra- ,r 0-7 of -a-. T-P Protest Leads To School Strike -pac ard f L-.-ki.ig car FrarK i-. h s'omp- to pro- i P- had o He sard "o return en'npr-.see MRS -irpsiopn' of rf-p o Business and Professional ciubs i- frrrr a here early tonay. a--: h- .-eet, ngnt arm. t- a7i of educa- ;o-, Sca'.zi rf rr. to teacher pf-orted as fai' to- gave -i reaso- Tlien Jef- :p'f d p 'prsor Superin- his head ard 'prdpnt Rav B. Rushon inter. I 'T w k, -ij f t
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