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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1950, Zanesville, Ohio                               FHE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL 87TH 48 OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1930 FIVE CENTS HELLO REDS POCKET ONE U. S. Man Caught Invaders Spring Pincers _ _. _ I I t 4F____. _ _ _. :isolate American UNIT Caught Stealing Guns jnvaders Spring Pincers From Main-St. Sports Shop On Yanks South of Suwon __ ______ TT o tnrlax'- WPrP Cut off bV t3Jlk- Korean War at a Glance tBr The Associated out'twotanks in first American ground forces battle action. TOKYO infantry forces today were cut oil by tabled TOKYO- Headers North Korean troops in a blazing battle on the central Korean front south SU size the American force ,vas not Seated, but dutches in- SSSU break in the bad weather so they could loose their warplanes for attacks on the invaders. General MacArthur's communique made no mention of- the trap This news of the setback for the first American infantryto go into action came from advanced headquarters in South Korea. undertermined size Headquarters said only that southeast from Su- the northerners drove the de- fenders" on to high ground north General MacAnlsur's' of Osan. But U. troops pre- said A m e r i c a n viously were located de .ed seven and oinaVair- of fallen Seoul. 'American forces" went into ac- The communique confirmed a a xorth Korean gathering threat of Communist force to be south ot: forces east of Suwon. apparent- Sawon. The Korean! ly designed to lop off this whole force SDearfcead was estimated, sector of the front. That would at 40 QQQ open the way for a dm e on at the ad- jon- military center 73 miles Amencan base LT Korea, south of the Were knocked out. j The northerners were pouring Jt was connrmed here, partly] more troops and arms across a spokesman and the- the Han just Korean de'fense minister. Sihn cHSHSHSSSJSSSSSeSs f SIEVESSU from right, and Detective James McCoid. Smith Shop had been broicen- open. They summoned the proprie- tor who made a hurried check but did not discover anything missing. Then a short time later the prowler was report- ed by the Hazel Atlas em- ;sociated Press Correspondent t h u r' s headquarters ploye. ,0. H. P. King at advanced head- Cornmunists have After being caught in the quarters. Later a spoKesman. and tour divis_ by three patrolmen, "there confirmed u b> saying south ol the Han river. Holmes "admitted forcing the there stffl was which had been the south Ko- -ear door Monday night and jeans could make a fighting witn- defense line until the Reds being frightened away by men ,'drawal. broke through. The Reds were walking along the tracks. Po- j Reports of the surprisingly fa enveioping action lice said he returned later the jquick Red maneuver came not ._ -___a_ American corn- More B-29's Leave U.S. For Air Bases in Far East A Zanesville man was ra-c'nt by police early today i- the act of stealing guns the Smith Sports ana p-oto Supply store at 9 Main and eight others were i-Vested shortly thereafter as Lee street: James R. Willet. JO of 1134 Jackson street; Zeke Holbert, Jr.. 20, of 421 street: CorneUus Ran- some, 23. of 711 Keen street. They are being held for in- vestigation. Police also arrested as sus- snoru> i police aisu _ in the case. The guns, j pects Howard Smith, 19 all were valued at i 27 of 865 Jackson street; Har- rv G Newell, 21. of Jackson Jesse Lee Holmes, 30, color- ed of Beech street, was .caasr.t inside the store by po- had been summoned bv a workman at the Hazel- Glass company's No. 1 who had seen a man en- Tpr the rear door shor- midnight. H'-lrr.es was charged with c-p-'-wim and entering. implicated the following who were rounded up by- street: Frank McWhorter, 21. and Thomas J. Lynn. 26. both of Zane street. They were la- ter released on waivers. McWhorter and Lynn were   Giuhano. will o Salva-j the Southern Part of Town Boy Rescind After Falling hito Creek (Red infantry ifense lines. A U. S. liaison w. nandit king who proclaimed' icilian government T i illt taunted Rome measured 1.45 ies at the Muskinguin river locks i between T and 11 a.m. but the lorecioitation was apparently e seven-year attempt to him down, was shot and ir. his mountain hide- 'ou- before dawn today The Italian government said ea-h of the colorful 28 Robin Hood of the hills the end of banditry in No Reserve Call Or Draft at Once WASHINGTON- The army it isn't considering, at this Co-r.rp.ando ooace were hot on s nl Gu-liano io- the past time, summoning -c ?eks. In the last few active dutj- or invoking tne drau ev closed in- surrounding law to muster more manpower. of K jssued a new {ormal gtate. ijo'w-irtiiuo Oispatcr.es from tr.e rar t and were flooded as was an area six anrf Reports at inai miles west on the Chanciersvii.e cate th'at up to _ _ fro. i___T_ _ Terry Allen Smith. 10-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- old A- Smith of 152 Luck ave- nue, was rescued after falling into swollen Chao's ran near West Maui and Beaumont streets. Robert Griffith, manager of h, the Nlis of state- oO miles from vesterday Keing mcn ,ormed a chahl to puii e "-13' iw-ri- a fresh flood of rumors the to after he was such action might be Im-swept downstream opened fire with pending. Low-lands near New and cut him However, the first pr.di-j: in a Ware of fire iirnited move toward ?.rcer of a man whose band stncu. reused of killing nearly 100 builamg up more   that "neith- r son. Billy. 5, was unir.- er tj.e ar7nv plan to ask for application of the selective serv- ice la.v so long as its authorized sireng-fi can be maintained by Wash. bombers winged their way westward from Pacific coast air force bases today toward the Far Easi. And many were manned by battle tested crews. Capt. G. H. "Granny" Wright of Sun Vallev. Calif., lilted his heavily loaded ship from the Ion' concrete Spokane run- wav last night. The plane' car- ried a crew of 16. All out two sa-v combat in World War H Capt. Wright's crew stood stifflv at attention as he read the flight order and checked each man's equipment care- fullv. Streaked with sweat (JP) Protection of the sea route linking southern Korea with Japan i priority in the Far East war __._....._ As far as is known, the North higher in the southern of American navy Korean navy nas not u of the cin-. ;are the waters along submarines, but there has been j I the Korean coasts and the sea such craft could In IjKlailUmU .lane across to the southern port h-o or loaned from III them swept Turn to Page Nine plane said a Ships to Far East ing the crewmen scrambled through the narrow openings into the fully armed bomber. Minutes later the plane thuna- ered off the runway and head- ed for the Pacific Coast. How did they feel? What had thev left behind? Capt. Wright left his sweet- heart practically at the church steps. "We were supposed to married last he said. "But the order to go came too fast." Sgt. James Jams ,of Spo- kane left behind a daughter lust one day old. She was bom last night white Sgt. Jarvis 1st Lt. A. G. Mire of Mor- gan City. La-, said goodbye to his wiie and young child. Sev- eral of the others have wives and children. Private John Rabson is the voungster of the crew. Asked how he felt about flight, the 20-vear-old airman from Brooklyn   grinned and said. "It's okay with me." been around said Sgt. W. H. Vaughn of Payette. Idaho. Vaughn served with the Sth air force in Eng- land during World War n. Thomas Trails 'of Pusan to keep ciear of raider vessels or air- craft. The expected arrival of an Essex class carrier hi the area will alignment this pro- tective cover for the supply ships and troop transports np- on whirfi the heavier part of the. military build up in Korea the CITY OKLAHOMA CU In- leet of the North Koreans' Thomas trailed yesterday Rep. Mike Monroney by more they ;ion n ocerssa y ep. had received no inforrna- than -_rcf, today as taou- what types of aircraft vesterday-s Democratic ary election were be-nsr used by the navy in vessel patrol They assumed the pianes were land-based. This would mean that they op- erate frr-m bases in Japan, Puian is the or.iv Korean air- _ Tre slow. arrr.ed patrol Section Juiy hie other five who had more 25 votes among them. Hit by Train, Iwo irt William V.'esten- >tain street es- :s af'ernoon wr.en their aia road Mrs ;42 f' I.-.P iV.d ;ah( 23, sustained ui_... rut on forehead and contemplating asking for aut w.f'. Doro'hy, 24. i shirk and bruises. of Buses and nctonsts were also delayed the urrcer- cut in ur.nl the water drair.ed away. 4. small stream which es MayvriHe pike jost north of Norva'l Park went oat of its hanks and >srds car- lie the Reporter or. Scene Teils Of First U.S. Casualty Thomas Joh-ston Murray, who hopes ir to win the governor's oKice "nee -e'-i bv his father, re'.d z his three Democratic ocponents but lacked the clear avoid a Murra-. i" from 3273 O.jt of 37% ha-1 195.0.0 xo-es to a total o' 221.- 13R tor O. Coe. was second Resider's of A'-fred freet Xonh iorce.i to w ane out ol their Turn to Pasre Nine C CXDMMAND OUTPOai PC SOUTH _1 V trooos went into action today aeainst J _ i-n Korean forces and within foot soldier was scldier. an ammunition wcr, taken to Betta.-d. the Keck ambular.re OHIO Rather cloudy, with squad was Suwon- scattered u-iit from Tr.e bui'ets caught him -''Thursday cnrr.niv.nication with supporting looked A member army manpower. u-uu look a fragment from a one of the fired From Fireworks Here Two persons sustained barns to their left nands yesterday while fireworks here. They were: B. E. Vocnm of 1022 Sunset manaser of the son Gas companj, and Donald 15 of Mr- and Mrs. Dor.aJd Lane. SSS Fores! ave- nne. Both were treated at Good Samaritan hospital and dis- Leco! Youth on B-29 Ordered to Far East First Lt. William Francis Biley, a navigator aboard a B 29 Superfortress, has been notified that his plane will fly to Japan at once, it was learn- ed late last night by his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Esrl EUey, 340 Abington avenue. Lt. Blley, who participated in 34 missions over Europe as bomber navigator during World War n. has been sta- tioned at Spokane, Wash. He is married and has a one- year old son, John Woodward Riley. Guests Sent Home At Point of Gun NEW YORK Fred Bur- ton 26, came up with z. new scheme today to make those late-staying guests go home. Pf'.ire said he a gun on'them ar.d ordered them out. The N" J man ar.d sister. Mrs. Marion Robin- SOTI were hosts to a party at the sister s Manhattan apart- rr.ent last night. Came the ciaw-n and the hosts were sleep-- ?.lrs Robinson poiice said, handed her brother a loaded revolver ar.d he proceeded -o invite the guests MARCH FIELD. Calif- B-29 pianes of the 22nd bom- bardment greup left March Field tonight for the far east. Holiday Death Toil 739 in U.S. f3y the Associated Press) Accidental death struck down at least 739 Americans during their four day Independence day week-end. The toll was muca higher than expected, and rock- eted toward the aU-time high set in deaths. Citizens died in traffic crash- es, bv drowning, and by miscel- laneous accidents at a little bet- 'ter than one every 10 minutes during the 102 hour period be- tween 6 p.m. local time Friday and !ast night at midnight. Highway smashups claimed 458 lives "in what was predicted as the biggest U- S. traffic jam in history. Water deaths totaled 168. Mis- cellaneous kir.ds of mishaps kiiied 123. One couple scrammed quick- ly Another protested was a loud argument which ended when police fcarged in Mrs. Robinson an attractive entertainer and Burton were charged with possessing a i weapon m-ithout a hcense. '3v tr" Associated At least 33 persons met vioient death during Ohio's long fourth Ju'.v week-end i6_p.m. Friday -hrouzh rr.Mr.ieht an Associated Press survey showed Broken down, this means one Ohioan died nearly every three hours the 102-hour period At least 22 persons died in accidents, three appar- drowned 'bodies were not and seven died in other mishaps KILLED IX CRASH Es-ner Pauline Wallace. 48. of Ocala. F'.a was fatally injured this r-.oraing when her car skid- ded iti'o a guard rail on U-S. Route 21 three miles south ot She died short in St. Francis hospital, .Cambridge. S -..T, 76- .-Tv   

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