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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1950, Zanesville, Ohio SIGNAI ZANESVILE 1P H irepfiolos 1HE Press 87TH YEAR-NO. 189 DECEMBER 3950 .ALLIES AWAIT NEW RED OFFENSIVE 1 1 1 ______________________________________________ __________ _________________ Marietta Street Businessman Host To 600 Youngsters at Yule Party Children Receive Variety of Gifts Jess Conatser. a kind hearted businessman who moved to Zaresvllle last helped spread the spirit of Christmas to some 600 children thU morning with a special hoi Way party. Conatser invited children from all oxer the city to attend the where peppermint 20 20 five hens and a 14 pound turkey were given The 38 year old business man plans to make the party an annual and hopes to do times as much for the kids next here has been and the people have been fine to me I thought I would CIXP something back to the peo- ple of Conayser said when asked why he had spon- sored the event. Ho operates the Zanesvllle Au- to Glass company at 718 ta where the party was hold. With the aid of his Claus' Conatser gave out the presents. The turkey was presented to a needy recommended by JESS CONATSEK the Junior Chamber of Com- merce. Last Conatser held A similar party for children in IndM where he for merly operated an auto glass firm. He and hK wife live at Talley and have no children of their own. Airliner Missing With 18 Aboard B. C. ITW- A Canadian Pacific airlines DC-3 uith 18 persons aboard disap- peared late yesterday shortly alter it took off on a Vancouver- Calgary flight. The twin-engined plane failed to reach B. Its H. C. A M ten a I with people Ing Montr Bating reported hlRhted rnrly todny on Oknnnpnn renter of the search for n mining Canadian Pacific airline plane with 18 Aboard. tirst scheduled stop 180 miles of hero. It's last radio re- 40 miles out from Vancou- ver said It was flying at an alti- tude of feet. The airliner IB presumed somewhere In the heavily wooded mountains ol southern British Columbia The blanket ranges In dopth to four feet at higher Strike Threatened By Airline Union NEW YORK The CIO transport workers union fronted Transworld Alrllnei with threat of A navigators strike as contract negotiations down. union who de use of his said yes that the present contract Der. and the the men Is no contract. iurope Urged To Speed Own ense Work Despite his unusual the Santa at Jess Conatner's Christmas party thU had a heart of pure cold thene little and Karen will attest. The girls are daughters of Mr. and Paul Lyons of the Clay pike. ___________________________________ Apply for Fees In Lustron Case COLUMI1US Clyde M. receiver for the de- runct Lustron and his two attorneys want more than 000 for slightly more than three months services. Foraker has asked U. S. dls- rlct court for for being receiver from March 6 to June 1930. Robert L. of and Clarence A. of each asked the court for for the same period. In addition. Graham anked and Barton for during the re. eeUeniblp. U. S. District Judge Mell G. who appointed For- said he will hear the ftp- plications for fees next Thurs- 1ay at 10 a.m. He said any ob- jections may be made then. Foraker was named reciever of the defunct pre lousing firm when structlon- Finance fabricated the Recon Corporation foreclosed on in un- paid notes. Famed Dies NEW YORK Walter Dam rosch. conductor end composer for more than half a century. died of a heart attack last night at the age of Millions of American school children now to love music frcm the white-haired artist 'who came out of retirement in 1927 to be Kin a new career on radio. Before that he had wielded the baton at the Metropolitan opera at the age of 23 and a few years later opened Carnegie a shrine of New York with a musical festival. a native of Ger- for many years directed the New York symphony orches- during which he composed operatic and other music widely acclaimed In his adopted land Piggy Banks Blamed For Penny Shortage NEW YOKK Lfc a penny ahortaifr In York nty. the frdrml bank It on piggy bunk Paul 1C. Fltrbrn. of thr department of the IVdrral bunk of New- umld yrftti-Mfty thmt hunks cannot mrrt penny re- quests from department and othrr big usrrs. hanks arc full of nlrs. Fllrhtn because parents find less oae for the eoppers and turn over to the Decorations Stolen From Christmas Tree A thief with a yearning for holiday made off with a set of Christmas tree lights right an outdoor tree at the home of T. M. Winter of 428 Eppley police reported. Winter and his family ipent the day In Columbus yesterday and when they they discovered the theft The lights were valued at Truman Hopes For True Peace Mo. President home for holds out hope of world that Is safe for you and and everybody else to live He says the American people are excellent to meet the challenge of world commu- as the nation has met ev- ery crisis since Washington's time. we need now is time and that Is what we are fighting the president told a hometown audience of mostly old friends and lodge last night. He unexpectedly out on the world crlMa at a Nult banquet after flying out of a WaMhlngton Into uhftt lie plainly regarded BA an atmosphere of goodwill and unity different from Washington he IH accustomed to. Is nothing like coming he said with obvious feeling. Truman spent the night here In his hometown where some 75 youngsters waiting out- side the temporary White House lured to his first Impromptu speech of the day. hope you all get everything you want for t h e president said. That sounded at the time like Just n wish a fond but the president developed It a few later in the itwank dlntng room of a Kansas city hotel amid red Christmas candles and silver candelabra. 10 Aged Invalids Perish in Fire Tex. Te feeble old trapped a they laughed over Christma died late yesterday I a blaze that devoured their barn like barracks home. It was the. worst fire in Texas panhandle's history. All the victims were bedrid den. Three were blind. guess I've lost them cried J. W. attend- ant in charge of the barracks. should have saved Then she collapsed. But she had saved one tlent. Another saved hlmmelf. A visitor a woman badly burned trying to Have -her mother aUo out. Those four were the only wurvIvorH of the barracks. The wan only one Injured. Thirty-five patients In other units of the four-unit frame and stucco home were saved and taken to an Amariilo hospital for temporary care. Rescue workers dug for hours In darkness before they freed the last body from the gutted bar- part of the Walker con- valescent home six miles north- cast of here. Large Segment Of Lawmakers Back Proposal WASHINGTON rn Europe had notice from large segment of congress oday that it will have to peed up its own defense ef- orts if it wants American military help continued. That underlying demand came rom many lawmakers otherwise busily engaged in one of the bit- erest battles over foreign policy ince pro-World War II days. Led by Secretary of State Ach- the Democrats reversed a rend of several months and seized the initiative with attacks on former President Herbert ioover's recent call for a hem spheric defense plan. Without mentioning Hoover by Achcson told a ncwg con- crence yesterday that any move o withdraw behind the oceans and isolate the United States from Europe's troubles would mean a of Eu- rope and Asia by the Soviet. He said the national security council had rejected a policy withdrawing American defense to this deciding tha could lead only to or Shortly after Achenon upoke the state department made public an American to Moscow proponing m new meeting- of Big Four lor- eltrn Britain and France sent slml lar notes but state department were pessimistic about Zanesville Ready For Yule Holiday Churches Plan Special Services Warmer Weather Promised for Week-End The Christmas rush was all over today as Zanesville residents wound up preparations for the long Yule holiday week-end. The dashed all hopes for a White as temperatures climbed to the low 40's. The forecast is for little change in temperature. The tense world situation made this year's holiday observ- ance more somber than and many persons were planning to attend special holiday worship services in local churches morrow evening. CltrlHtniftM day will find prac- tically all at a fttaitdstllt. I'uhllc xrtiooN are closed until 2 and parochial Jan. 43. Miwt IndiitttrlcH ulll be Idle Monday. For the ev- ery effort is being made to make t a Merry Christmas. Tonight. Malta Man Escapes From Morgan-Co. Jail prospects that Moscow would asrree to such a meeting. The American note rejected Russia's two month old proposal that the U. France and the Soviet Union discuss Moscow's charges that the west Is rearming Western Germany In violation to its pledged word. it expressed readiness to confer on the prob- existing between east and west In an effort to eliminate International tensions throughout Senator Htckcnlooper R a foreign relations com- mittee member who has been In the vanguard of Republicans de- manding Acheson's told reporters he thinks the United States ought to a tic program that Is founded upon the sound defense of as well as aiding In the defense of the free countries must pro- duce concrete evidence of their Intention to furnish a full portlonate defense In Cloudy Some cloudiness night. Low tonight 30 to 35. Sunday mostly cloudy and turn- Ing snow flurrlei likely northeast portion. Yesterday's High Today's Low. p.m. Today to The McCONNELSVILLE G all of escaped from the Morgan county Jail here today and law enforcement officers In southeastern Ohio were asked to search for the fugitive. Sheriff Ray Doak of Morgan refused to divulge any of the details of the escape which occurred at o'clock. Roberts was serving time for forgery and parole violation. Lausche Commutes Sentences of Three COLUMBUS Gov. Frank J. Lausche today commuted the sentences of three slayers mak- ing them eligible for paroles next year. The Ohio Pardon and Parole Commission recommended sen- tences be reduced in all three cases. The three have been signed as trusties to the gover- nor's mansion for some time. They are Ernest of Leonard of and John of Cincinnati. Jackson and Mason were convicted of srcond-degree murder and thHr tences reduced to man- slaughter. Santa Clnus will make his flna pre Christmas eve appearance at the Salvation Army's annun children's party. Last Santa visited chil dren from the Avondale home when they were entertained a the Moose home on South Fourth street. The Avondale children as well as residents In the and prisoners In the county Jail will all have special Christmas dinners Monday. About 150 underprivileged per- sons in the county will be scrv- Turn to Page TWII Eighth Army Mourns Death Of Field Chief Planes and Ships Holds Off Enemy in Hungnam Area Five Escape Jail In Eastern Ohio NEW PHILADELPHIA i search was on today In seven eastern Ohio counties for five men who escaped from Tuscara- was county Jail here last night. One of Paul 27 of Mineral City who was being held for the grand Jury In a pa Boy Hurt When Truck Hits Sled NEW drpuileft raptured an an escaped prisoner In a today and continued to aoarrh for four uho broke out ulth him from the county Jail. share return In European for such rea- sonable and sound aid we may be Justified in giving said. Acheson himself was reported to hax'e told members of the relations and armed serv- ternity engineered the break by tricking the sheriff's son. Deputy Sheriff Dick Pan- 23. who alone In the Jail with hU unlocked the cell blork to Irt make a phone call. After the call to an adjoining Niipponedly to A ChrKt- tree. When Panchcr turned his back Hoss Jumped on him. and threw him to the the deputy said. Then the four nil Uhrlchsvlllc men Joined Uoss In a dash out a side They were Identified as James serving 90 days for assault and battery and facing trial for grand Francis McMas- and Calvin Hunt. who admitted 18 burglaries in Carroll and Harri- son counties and were awaiting grand Jury and Howard facing trial on an armed robbery charge. The fugitives were unarmed and had only T-shirts and trous- ers as protection against the near-freezing weather. TOKYO Com- munist probing attacks along parallel perhaps al- ready south of the border- tonight heralded the second Red invasion of South Korea. Allied defenders waited tense- ly for an all-out offensive that would touch off a Red mas and open South Korea to flood of North Korean and Chinese troops. General head quarters Kore Lunl in of th j Charlen 12 year old on of Mrs. Sheldon Shipley of White Cottage was seriously In- Jured shortly after 9 o'clock thl morning when his sled was struck by a truck in White Col iagc. Gerald Williams. also o White who was riding with Wofter on the sustain ed only minor bruises. Wnttrr Injured about Ihe chest and head and U re. ported In rirrlom condition at Walter Pyle Jr. of White Cot driver of the salt the youngsters coasted from n hill into the path of his truck He took Wofter to the William Thompson Son funeral home In White Cottage whose ambu lance removed him to the hos pltal. Deputy Sheriff Elba Fletcher said Pyle told him he wan drlv- Inn at a ratc be cause of the Icy but was unable to swerve his truck In time to avoid hitting the sled ices committees In a closed slon yesterday that assurances of thin kind have been demanded from the western European coun- tries. Bus Union To Hold Wage Talks Federal Mediator H. J. Mont- cnry will meet with representa- of the Zancsvllle Rapid local Putnam-Aye. Woman Buys Nursing Home hendar ipitaL ing th an wa 3 routf fore ar Walker cated the Reds were ready to kick off their new nvnslon. The crisis approached at a grave moment for the U. S. Eighth army. H'a Lt. Gen. Wal- ton H. was killed Satur- day forenoon In a Jeep accident. He was on his way from Seoul headquarters to the front. General MacArthur's head- quarters quickly announced the appointment of Lt. Gen. Mat- thew n. RIdgway to succeed Walker as Eighth army chief. The new commanding general of the United Nations force In the northwest comprising Turk and BKLTON TPX. bo all rich thin In I hate to bear. Many other mothers have hmd to bear the name npoke frail Mrs. 8. S. more than ftO years early today. She had been Informrd that her Lt. Gen. Walton tough and wr rap pine lUtlr had been killed In a jeep accident in Korea. U.S. Freezes Pay Of Auto Workers WASHINGTON Cfl Having broken the Ice with an automo- bile industry wage the government bore down today In its study of a voluntary trol standard for all other work- era. The Economic Stabilization Agency put ceilings on wages of passenferjno American Sabres were lost j South Korean troops Is a much decorated U. S. airborne corps general offlrcr of World War Only In the air was the news good. Six American F-86 Sabre lets shot down six fl- MIG-15 Jets Friday in a battle that flared from tree-top level to the thin air six miles up. The Sabres damaged one other MIG and chased across the border eight to 18 to the Mnnchurfan sanctuary. The Far East air farces said L .-J i i M J car builders and the salaries of their bosses last night. It was the first mandatary wage action since World War II. Tlie like ESA's roll. hack of new car lasM un- til March I. By rtmt officials Indl- ESA Administrator Alan Valentine to ready to lay down a price- wage policy for all Industry. Ills aides they hoped mandatory ran b limited to a few key Iml OtlitruUr a getieral freeze Is In Mr. and Mrs. William Benson today announced the sale of the Hen son Nursing home at 19GTi Normandy road to Ralph Miller of Putnam avenue who will take over the operation of the establishment on January 1. Mr. and Mrs. Kcnson who wage stabilization board headed' structed the nursing home Iniby Cyrus S. Chlng was will continue to operate the figures In search of A voluntary Benson Rest home on Flndley of wages to A avenue. match the all Industry prlre U Miller plans to add announced of a male nurse officials predicted it may take prospect. The agency's nine memberi'nC Parallel tho hour. in the greatest Jet battle ever fought. There was virtually no news from tho Hungnam beachhead In northeast Korea where U.S. jioth corps elements last were reported holding a tiny pocket on the Sea of Japan. Mar Arthur's headquarters Hnld U. N. forces there ed CommunNt attempts to rraAh the Hungnam perimeter Saturday. naval and artillery fire dUperse and destroy enemy But In western central reports of Chinese forces 38 mounted Mrs. Transit company and the Teamsters union cas prece may ae Thursday morning In an rffoit ghe assumes management of the two Wcpk8 or moro to arrive ati ling more dren plan to reside at the nursing tcm at present. to reach a wage settlement. Her who i.s a The representln 53 drivers and plans to strike Jan. unless Us wagr de. mancls are met. The meeting will be held In the bus 252 Musklngum avenue J at o'clock. The strike was originally scheduled last Tues- day but was postponed until after the holidays. The bus company claims an increase In fares here Is neces- sary before the wnge hike can be granted. City council Mon- day night tabled for 60 days request by the company for the for better service a farr granted. Die In Armory Blast i .V IJM -M' Signal On Christmas In order that employes of The Signal may holiday with their there will be no Issue of this newspaper on Christmas day. and carriers please take not The Signal will not published on Christmas. formula. They Miss. Cft Six that guardsmen were killed than a voluntary ays- anrj nlneni Injured by an ex- plosion In national The three public of armory here last night. the wago board who hold the capt. Fred corn- balance of voting poucr because mander of the 198th medium the other six members are reported two sol- od between management and died In the blast. tor In Washington Northeast Mississippi hospital spend the Christmas holidays to work 5aid four others died of Injuries jon problem. during the night. Four more were In serious condition and tun others were hospitalized for shock. Houston said the guardsmen were cleaning weapons uhen ttw blast occurred. nisnor DIKS All agents PITTSnURCIUIU. The bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of Pittsburgh. Monslgnor Hugh C. is dead at the age of 77. r _ t k u
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