Zanesville Signal, January 19, 1951

Zanesville Signal

January 19, 1951

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Years available: 1923 - 1959

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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1951, Zanesville, Ohio THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Associated Press Telephofos Wircjifiofos 87TH 211 ZANBSVILLE, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1951 FIVE CENTS HELLO... tm't imr telephone muntif WV i- ECONOMIC CHIEF OUSTED lew Witness i Crime Probe day Be Cited Former Convict Refuses to Answer Committee Questions CLEVELAND (A') A uat former convict, who po- c said was sent to Youngs- to help organize the ckets, bluntly refused today describe his business to the late crime committee. [Tie witness, Joe Dl Carlo, 52, said: 'I refuse to answer the ques- n the end of his testimony mmlttee Chairman Sen. Estes fauver (D.-Tenn.V said he iuld recommend that "appro- ate action be taken against 11." 31 Carlo thus became the sec- i witness of the three-day nrlnf: In Cleveland to hear ,m the senator that "action" neanlng contempt proceed be taken. Phe final witness last night [red (Big Al) Pollzzl. was told same thing because he re- ied to answer questions about i activities prior to 1945. Po- ti, a former Cleveland boot [ger. now Is a real estate oper >r In Miami. Fla. Police Chief Edward -I. Al- ii of Youngstown yesterday stifled Dl Carlo formerly raded the rackets In Buffalo, Y.. and came to Cleveland because the heat was on." Je told the committee that Dl rlo was advised by Cleveland ckcteers to go to Youngstown about to help organize rackets there. 3i Carlo previously" had ived six years at Atlanta pen! ntlary for Intimidating a gov nmrnt witness. Today., however, lie told com' ittre Investigators he was orent of the Intimidation large and did not know any Ins about the events that re ilted In his conviction. The short, heavyset witness andly admitted that he has id no legitimate business since 38. when he said he was In the Hiding machine business. Then he caught himself and iid. "Well, I was In Jail a few Vou might rail that legltl ate." Questioned about his flnancla andlna at present he said he vned no home, no property and s net worth was "zero." nut then .loneph NellK committee Inveiitlgator. inked him if he owned an au- nmohlle. replied Carlo. "What "A Cadillac." Chief Allen had told the com ilttee that Dl Carlo was one o croup of muscle men who hat irced bookies t ay 50 percent kickbacks. Thn sheriff of Lawrence coun O. admits that his campaign innagcr in the election of 194 a onetime attorney for a ambling casino. The attorney. Sheriff Peter A lurke told the crime commltte esterday, was II. M. McCowan 1'y solicitor of Ironton. O. (Law enre Burke snld Me once represented the nov casino. Colony club, a O. "He gave me some money ny he went on "II ntiM have raised the mono omewhere. I don't know where didn't nsk." kk Holt, Veteran Actor, Dies HOLLYWOOD WV- Death ha Jack Holt, 62. hard-rid nc cowboy of both the open an ne cinema range. He succumbed last nlcht at th hospital In West Lo to coronary thromhosl? 'r had suffered three sever I'nrt attacks since shortly be "re Christmas. p Unit was moved yestenla his apartment In the Mlra hotel In Santa Monica he had lived for severa His personal physician Rr. Mnrvln Mack, said the ve actor was gravely ill. ra 'M fnr n fow days, and the another attack yeste "l -.m ciated Press correspondent, re- ported persons were "lying all over the place In halls, floors, She aald doctors were working over them. Extent of the Injuries not known. First reports Mid a workman dipped a wet cloth Into the tank and it exploded. Burglars Again Loot' Duncan Falls Places Burglars last night'broke Into Hartman's grocery. Huff gro- cery, link's Place cafe and the Russell r'ltz filling station Duncan Falls, It was reported to- day. Deputy sheriffs are In Duncan Falls Investigating the wave of burglaries the second reported there since the first of the year. Earlier this montn the Huff grp- ifJHl cery.'Tlnk's Place and the Ice. station were burglarized. I I .i 1 i Smoke snd quickly filled There was no estimate of the the sectloniztng plant Ifrutt cut Into whereiamnunt of merchandise taken In 'last night's burglaries. T. i _ v f f' X. ;