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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1951, Zanesville, Ohio                               T THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL if Associated Press NEA Telephotos AP Wirephotos 88TH 67 AUGUST 1951 FIVE CENTS More In Zanetyille Than Any Other Newspaper Phone 2-4561 Former Wife Of Eisler Tells Of Espionage Recruited Former State Department She Says WASHINGTON Hede Massing testified today she worked here in 1934 as a Sovi- et espionage agent and re- cruited Noel then a state department into her j She also said she and Alger another former state depart- 1 ment official since convicted competed for Field's services. Field has disappeared behind the New Navy Chief Eisenhower Free to Run If He Wishes Duties in Europe Won't Interfere. Truman Declares Site of New School Outlined on Aerial Photo 'SPW '..........U ADMIRAL FECHTELER FechtelerGets Top Navy Post WASHINGTON Adm. iron curtain. Mrs Massing said at lham who steered WASHINGTON dent Truman said today does not believe Gen. D. Eisenhower's duties Europe will interfere with anything in 1952 if the general is interested in politics. the president told a news he thinks in any event General Eisenhower will put duty to his country first. Two senators recently returned from a Democrat and publican-have suggested V. VA fcAO 111LS1W Ait __ _ state department's western Euro- President Truman's for the pean division. the ex-wife of C o in in u n i st bail-jumper Ger- hardt appeared before the senate's internal security mibcommittee which Is looking into any subversive Influences on S. foreign policies. Detailing her activities in Wash- ington before the outbreak of nun curia in. itiib. aaiu eu t i __. the time she recruited him she be-iclear of the Revolt Eisenhower's duties as su- lieved ho was emplovcd in theiagamst administration is preme commander of western Eu- Defense forces would keep him out of the field of possible presidential candidates next year. Senator Murray who says Mr. Truman should run came back from Europe to give that opinion In an interview. A similar vew was expressed by Sen- ator Brewster who is gen- erally regarded as backing Sena- tor Taft of Ohio for the Republi- top Navy command. The President sent to the Sen- ate yesterday the nomination ofj now commander of the Atlantic to be chief of naval succeeding late Adm. Forrest P. Sherman who died Aug. 19 while on military- diplomatic mission to Europe. 55 years old and with World War Mrs. Massing said 135 years of Navy .has had she also recruited the late Law- rence Duggan for her apparatus. plunged to his death from a New York hotel room sev- eral years ago. She said at the wide experience in virtually every type of submar- ines and aircraft carriers. That appeared to be one of the reasons why Mr. Truman chose time she knew him he was with because he was not an air- the state department's Latin American division. The Vienna-born witness testi- fied she became a Communist in the year after she married man And thus not touched by the zeal with which Navy airmen plunged into the controversy with the Defense Department and the _.._ ______Air Force three years ago. There and remained one until .have been strong indications in 1938. She said she came to this I recent weeks that the feud between Turn to Page Seven Murray Pledges Aid to Strikers President Philip Murray of the dO today promised striking pow- er workers the parent labor group wtll give the help in.Jheir work stoppage at three plants 6f the Ohio Power Co. at Philo and and Beech W. Va. Murray pldged the dO's aid In a conference with Wlliam Pach- national secretary of the CIO utility and Joseph Jack- chairman of the negotiating committee from Beech Bottom. Wage talks between the union and the Ohio Power company re- sume at Wheeling tomorrow. About employes are idle in th walkouts at plants in Ohio and West Virginia. Negotiations to settle a strike of nearly CIO utility workers unionists against Ohio Power Co. were in recess with the dis- pute still deadlocked. country as an agent for the party in 1933. She said after training abroad she was assigned to the United States. First she acted briefly as a she and then was sent to the nation's capital as a Her first she tes- was Field. Mrs. Massing said she was introduced to him by Margaret whom she iden- tified as then a Washington corre- spondent for the New York Daily a Communist you succeed In recruiting Noel Field into your asked Robert the subcom- mittee counsel. I Mrs. Massing re- plied. She said it took her about three quarters of a year. To Three Cops CLEVELAND to For the sec- ond Cleveland policemen were accused of burglary Alex part owner of the Corner Drug said was stolen frorr the store early in the morning of July 21. Shortly before the Rosenberg sev- eral persons living near the store saw three uniformed policemen enter the building. They stayed about an hour. Rosenberg said he reported the robbery to police at the but was told I would have to be in a position to prove that police looted my cash He said he decided to forget the whole matter until he read that three policemen were accused in another robbery. The three are Richard E. 27. Edward George E 25. They de- nied accusations of robbing the Dixon Radio but Safety Di- rector Alvin J. Sutton said they can presidential nomination. Eisenhower has been mention as a possible nominee by the Rcpubl- cans and also by the Democrats. He has never disclosed his political if any. It was against the background of the Murray-Brewster attitude Ei- senhower's name was brought up at Mr. Trumna's meeting with re- porters. A newsman asked Mr. Truman how long he thought it would be necessary for Eisenhower to re- main at his post. The president said the reporter's guess was as good as his own. he If the re- porter was referring to 1952 presidential election he didn't think those duties would in- terfere with anything that might happen in 1952 if General Eisen hower happened to be in that frame of mind. The reporter said Bernard M. Ba- ruch had view that those who are trying to get Eisen- hower into politics are doing a dis- service to the Buffer Zone Deadlocks Truce Talks Both Sides Reject Other's Plan for Cease-Fire Line U. N. ADVANCE HEAD- QUARTERS. K o r e a 'United Nations and Commun- spokesmen reported oppos- ing cease-fire teams at Kae- 'song today rejected the armis- buffer zones proposed by each other. Vice Arim. C. Turner Joy. chief U. N. delfgatf. tolrl thp Rods the i Allies must hold a defensible line across such as the Allies during a truce because of possibility an armistice 'violation by the other The Red Peiping reaio reported The approximate location of Zanesville's new high school is outlined on this newly-taken aerial photograph of the site which lies just northwest of the Blue and Fairmont avenue intersection. The underbrush has already been cleared away and grading will start at so that the E. Mast and Sons Construction company hopes to start pouring ce- ment for the foundation by the first of September. Airphoto was taken by Signal Photographer Dick Gibbons from plane piloted by Earl Norman of Riverside airport. School outline was plotted by Fred Signal engraver-artist. the chief Communist Lt. Gen. Nam the buf- fer proposed by Joy across the 3Sth There no Indication of what the next move would be In thp face of apparent flat rejec- tions by both Neither has hinted at compromise. It was the seventh successive session in which negotiators re- mained deadlocked on where to draw the armistice line. They will try again tomorrow despite unswerving positions ex- pressed in Washington and Pyong- the North Korean capital. meeting is scheduled for Friday p.m. Thurs- U.S. Prepares to Withdraw Trade Concessions to Reds Truman to Take First Steps to Crack Down On Russia and 13 Red-Controlled Countries WASHINGTON A series of steps by which Presi- dent Truman is expected to withdraw trade concessions to Russia and its European satellites was described today by informed State Department officials. Sailors Mutiny Aboard Pdish Ship Gen. William P. N. quoted Admiral Joy as telling Red negotiators at United Nations command has no intention of violating the military armistice agreed but nother will the U. N. command place itself in an indefensible posi- U. ARMY in the event of an armistce Attacking violation by the other Allied Forces Gain 2 Miles Step A Presidential mation issued yesterday to estab-the commercial agreement with lish the basic authority for will not be by eight who later inp1 nut a rtt t u'prpt inlnpd hv STOCKHOLM The Polish eper Hedresfn. rlrzon docked In the port of Yatead day with all locked in their alter a mutiny by crew in the the QUARTERS Swedbth defence ntaff Raid troops gained more than two .miles j Nuckols said Joy read This pre- The which carricfl a crew on the central Korean front pared statement in response to of men and was They met only small groups of fjnai by North Korean kcad of the Red I placed guard Preliminary from Communist supply cen- hea rings by Swedish authorities 'rt advance was made south of Indicated the mutiny had boen Nuckols did not disclose the na- ture of this final question. But it torminatod umil Dcc- 23- m _____________ ___________ __ Mr. Truman would not comment order- The order instructed the nation arrangements are provided President to cancel concession to in the agreements themselves and' i' were joined by others- Infantrymen advanced from 3.- was presumed here that the North to yards. Patrols engaged j Korean had asked something like specifically on whether that consti- tutes a disservice. he said he agrees with Baruch that Eisen- hower is doing a magnififent job in Europe. And he said he hopes Eisenhower will continue to do that magnificent job as long as it is necessary. In other matters at the news con- ference i 1. A reporter the Reds. Yesterday's proclamation was accompanied by a letter from Mr.' vary from one to another. Officials here made it clear Amerman Wins Second Reprieve into small groups of Communist forces made probing attacks early this morn- ing on either side of the Allied ad- vance. They were stopped. The iRrds made two of these attacks this morning northeast of following If you sincerely desire and intend to observe the armi- why are you talking about defensible Nuckols said the question had and the answer ury Snyder. Snyder was ordered 12 miles southwest ofjprenaredTin' COLUMBUS Max Anv-r-'Kumsong. After making his statement Joy be dcmed fth.fm fj5 as convicted Medina county Another predawn Red ottack China. The effective date is Aug. 'fach agreement has been term- of Mast ypstcrday was made northwest of you or do you not agree K Herbrt 31. JnatecJ- reprieve from death .miles southeast of Kumhwa. the security of his forces if -.Truman also instructed Sny-i the case of tnc electric chair. j Elsewhere the battlefronts wereja responsibility _ of each comman- had suggested his party china 1' to embargo fur imports from'vakia is somewhat more compli- and propose1' in Its cam- paign against the Democrats. With a the served he liked that Othr areas COVered by the ban U. S. trade commitments country are part of a gen Gov. Frank -T. atayed 't Amerman'a execution from Aug. 19 to Nov. 15 pending ntate Little progress was made in the addcd the Republicans wage talks but will be resumed at Wheeling at tomorrow morning. On strike for a payraise in new one-year contracts are 680 workers at the utility's power plants at Phi- lo and and W. and 290 employes in its cen- tral which Includes Can- the company's headquarters. Since the power 'plant workers struck July supervisory per- sonnel has kept operations going. yet. Mention Disappears in East Daniel noted has been nominated by the Re- Turn to Page Nine Help Arrives Late As Girl Freezes MILAN. Italy during a military Nam II evaded a direct answer. Joy repeated his question a second and then a third time. Each jtime General Nam avoided a di- rect answer. i Whon Joy put the question for the third time. Nuckols It 11 f i. cujivicira 01 iirsi mui'u'-T. i .caused a flurry on the Communist cancellation of obligations ex- Kininger admittcd snooting Mast' Md. Tnc two -n fivfr With the exception of Rumania' jstmg between it and Czechoslova- Amerrrfen could continue an af- of the man delegation conferred with these are areas which had no firm fair with Mast's Nonveigian part of lhc rasl had u again ca trade agreements or treaties with In the officials said 24. i but it was pretty to the United States. State Depart- the President may suspend U. S.-' Killinge'r has received an indofi- founded from beginning to 4U Latvia. Lithuania. Outer Mongolia. September. The United States hasj Arnorrnan and that Southern Sakhalin and Proposed that they then approve convictcd of first were fair with Mast's Noru-eigian part of lhc rasl had u each apparently attempting an answcr jor queslion becoming ment officials said there was there- granted tariff concessions to nitc stay of expcution for the that tho silvcry object in the of a dilemma to weird little Xur fore no reason why action could Czechoslovakia anyway. Thoy said SUprCme court to ronsidf-r his not be taken now. Action against that the belief of the President's case h- was sentenced but was a maverick weather For his Nam asked Joy Moscow-bloc nations with which advisors Is that he has the power to die Junp 15 balloon. five times duririg me whether the U. S. has tighter trade treaties to do this despite the general obli- Prcviously. Lausche had granted Thc first he had anything further to The newspa-'Will take longer. KaUons existing under the 30-na. Arnorrnan a untM AuK. 30 was reported at daybreak near Tho time he askcd it some- help also Corriere Lombardo told Rumania had a trade agreement tion agreement on tariffs and the court Killing- Ohio. A fighter squad- what xuckols said Each essential work of Alpine guides watched help-'subject to cancellation on 30 days trade. tion meter readers andlesslv an girl notice. Notice was given a month servicemen who went out in froze to death in the eight-county central division of a glacier where Notice of intent to end existing ifpll havA ABOARD DESTROYER midnight Tuesday. A seaplane landed on the Ohio I fell Sunday. compacts also have been Clyde F. McXeish. machinist's the cou-t will act on jirl. Irene Delia Cagnoletta givcn by thc States to Rus- machinist's third son jcillinzer then cia Pnlcraria TTimcrarx- anH CaSC men. river late yesterday to deliver flipped into a narrow cleft in the Butearia. and Po- of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Mc-t food and medical supplies to the jVctina glacier near Sondrio. in each of these Neish of 1017 Poplar street. Is manning the Bril- Milan. She was not seriously in- cases a of must aboard the destroyer L'SS llant power plant. William Wcl- iJured and her cries for help were lapse Unt can w''liam R. Rush. McNish enter- will be suspended from the force today. Sutton also checking Rosen- Steubenvllle maid the guides. berg's story- Two Guernsey-Co. Men Die of Injuries get of Ohio Raid had reftwed to allow to As the guides struggled to reach. icy water seeped around her Guernsey county men In bring food and medical slowly froze. through plant ifaten. i one guide finally made his Chief issue in the wage dispute down tno crevasse to tie a is a cost-of-living increase of around the girl she already percent. Ohio Power began paying dead- such an increase last October toj its employes by AFT. nnd InAo- effective. For ed the naval service June McCarthy Denies He Lost Didn't at Craps jer's appeal. But the court failed ron intercepted it at Pittsburgh time the said I to act before its summer recess. determined it uas a large Nam-_s at Ine momcnt I so the governor granted a second weather oalJoon. to koop the conforcncc going while 'reprieve until Nov. 15 in the ex- Its notoriety hit its peak in he instructions from higher western Maryland at sundown. 6 with the dying rays of the sun set- WM it aRlw IIKC orb fire. Russian.traincd Harold the slaying trafflc north Hagers- nas received no instructions to was a native of Duncan tow-n was stalled as motorists stop- hL domand for a of Mr. and Mrs. Lvle their cars to gaze at its bnl- the p.iive ncar v I Licking County Men 'Hurt in Plane Crash at the j COLUMBUA. 0. C5V-Sen. Joseph basiness representatives last nicht do- real estate and _____ _ nied testimony at a bankruptcy the elder pendent unions and Civil Service Post here that he dropped S5.500 fied. other divisions of the to a mnn a carre He said he paid the Senator a The CIO-UWA turned the COLUMBUS Gov. Frank J. two years ago. and failed to pay up of on two don't rccati I Jiance and make hurried tele- phone to the ricarost town. j Darkness caught it between 1 and Haltimore. 1 If is believed the heat of the day 'will make the balloon rise until it j That if it's a balloon. zone along the 33th parallel. Con- sequently his technique was be- i.oved to be one of continuing the meeting until such instructions were if at all. to ___________ K Two men wore in- jured at 7.10 p.m. Dead 30 Years their small plane at New- McMillean. 30. of Newark S -v' Shortages Close G-M Cincinnati Plants aNCTNTCATT ijpt- Approximate- ly 1 employes will be given layoff next Monday at General Motors Corporations body arci division a f. Junes sustained mobile accidents. Frank Francis of Byesville. proffered five per cent last fall Lausche announced today accept 2 Used Cor He was injured in an member of thie two member bi- Sr.. in Ohio real accident ncar Cambridge on KlHed IR OhlO Crash partisan commission. Her operator and testi- Jr. and I have never played Route 21 Sunday. is yesterday his 5500.000 bank- McCarthy declared. Witnesses said the plane appar Cars ran off the road In both ac- TOLEDO Two Greer. S. ______________ jruptcy hearing that the Wisconsin The nature of the service Me- cntly went out of control when the fair condition Newark City hos- royalties from the sale of his rec- in materials for aut ords alone. H-adio Corporation of duction. the spokesm Witnesses said the plane appar- America said today. week-long closedown cidcnts. used car dealers were killed early isenator lost to his son. Eob Carthy performed to earn him two wind shifted causing it ______________ today and four other persons KACTG 'Byers at a game during a S500 fees was not made clear at to drop about 200 feet. j Jured in a three-car collision COLUMBUS Raymond J. partv in a Columbus hotel. -the hearing. FORT BANS VISITORS miles nOrth of here. 'Jeffreys of a lecturer. -He paid Byers is appearing before bank- IS NAMED BATTLE Mich. Killed were Ralph Steep and said Today he would conduct a the older Byers think ruptcy referee Gail M. Butt in a COLUMBUS Attorney Jo- For security rcasoas the gates of Herman L. Strange. 36. driver of write-in campaign for U. S. son still waiting for his suit brought against a seph D. Kerns of _ Fort Custor. are closed toon of thc cars. Injured were in Ohio next year. Jeffreys chain of organizations he once day was appointed probate and OHIO Mostly fair tonight with ecting production are due to from cutbacks automobile pro- spokesman said. The will enable the plants to proceed on full scale operation the remainder of .quarter which started July he added. and CHALLENGES DIVORCE CUERNAVACA. Mexico in Prince Igor Troubetzkoy Bar- visitors lacking the official a candidate for U. senator Rob Byers Jr. was not avail- headed. Bankruptcy trustees have juvenile of Champaign coun- norin ana WPSl bara Mutton's fourth husband Col. James C. post conv'min 43. S. the prohibition party ticket in able for comment. taken over control of the various ty to fill the vacancy created by Yesterday's' asked a federal court here yester- mander. said the ban was dcsign-jbert Reinhold. Detroit. but withdrew before the raco McCarthy was engaged as a assets Sn behalf of the recent death of Judge Fran Today's day to nullify her Mexican cd to strengthen security. 'was run. speaker for a party for creditors. Bowers. p.m. Today it is illegal. ore humid thundershowers north and west portion. 5   

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