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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1947, Zanesville, Ohio                               The Times Record 63RD 47 Charter ftUabcr of AwocUltd Pr FEBRUABY WEA FIVE cmpl Ten Of 12 Meet Death In Plane Crash Soys Slosh Would Harm Occupation Feb. General MacArthur expreftied con- fidence today that congress would not slash the budget to point t-at would fulfillment of occupation and warned that cutting off American relief would make starving Jap- prey to any Ideologyl however which offered food. The occupation commander's statements were made in a long letter to the war which had requested his views to be presented to congress in sup- port of appropraitions lor occupa- tional purposes. MacArthur lauded the objective of saying it guided his every strategic plan during the and expressed intention to recommend removal of existing military controls over Japan as soon as civilian controls safely may be He that the occupation might last a long time and that occupation forces in Japan already had been cut to lowest numerical tevel con- sistent with either reasonable se- curity or the accomplishment of the regeneration of an entire He all of lies the grave responsibility of protecting our na- tional security against future threat to our Pacific in the consolidation of the gains which victory has that we may have peace. task is thus but a final phase of and it is inescapable that its avoidance may only be the expense of victory Grocery Store Hit By Blast The force of a mysterious explosion which leveled the three-story Mohawk Valley Knitting Machine Cor- poration in Saturday demolished the front of this grocery operated by Joseph Panetta. Twelve persons were Injured in the blast. unidentified. Reason For Shortage Of Coal By IVIALLON Feb. 23 Vnions' Socialist government of Britain has been trying in many ways to escape responsibility for the fuel of its great coal Tfie Meet Tonight To Organize Junior C. C. Recognizing the need for a young men's civic organization in Zanes- vllle and cognizant none now exists the extension committee of the Marietta Junior Chamber of Com- merce will hold a meeting in the auditorium of the Ohio Power com- pany building at Sixth and Mainj streets Monday evening at 8 o'clock for the purpose of laying the I groundwork for the formation a Junior Chamber in this city. Tfrje meeting will be under direction of. Walter J. vice president of the Marietta 1 group. Several members of that or-1 natK5fc. It blames the ganizatlon will be present. which has been abnorm- Have Age Limit ally snowy and preventing the The Junior Chamber of Com- merce is the only national organ- ization strictly for young men from the national president down to the local the age limit be- ing 3j years. The Junion chamber was deslgn- ea to give young men an opportun- ity to take an active part in the development of their community and to get leadership training it Worked Denny Pyle Injured In Dies railroads frpm functioning-for a brief period. xltr union of mine has looked be- lond the weath- rr for a cause to explain the an- omaly of a coal ration un- nble to keep it- self warm and its men at work. The in a has for- mally blamed the former bosses of the the owners f r om the gov- Paul ernment s e i zed the propeities. cuse might do That kind of ex- well enough for winter or earlier when the former owners ran the prop- erties. But now the government has taken over. So naturally not only the like Mr. but the frozen man in the street are both included to blame the current to charge the labor government not only lack of foresight In failing to build proper stocks at to Page FPD. A grandmother who packed 600 parachutes for the army during the war tried one out yesterday to see If they really do The parachute and Mrs. Lavada Ann commented happily as she picked herself up from the mud after her as thrUled as a little old country girl on a Mrs. who changed harnesses on more in addition to packing the is now employed in the drapery denartment of a Denver store. The other day she decided ahe wanted to ride on some that silk she'd been She rented two repacked them and then hired a pilot to take her up. Pastor Asks Forgiveness Feb. Injuries sustained in an auto-bus accident Saturday night on the South River thiee miles wei e fatal to Denny of Blue KiWe who died at Sunday morning in Bethesda hospital. Pyle's Donald of Blue Route was de- scribed as in fair condition at the hospital Sunday Ellis was driver of the car which crashed into a privately owned Pyle sustained a possible frac- tared Internal injuries and an Injured right hip. Ellis is be- Ing treated for deep cuts on his a possible fractured right and a fractured hip. According to Deputy Sheriff Ray who the bus was owned by Rev. Charles Wood of 940 Vine and had stopped to permit a passenger to which will better fit them take Dr. John 72- an active part in civic and busi-1 year-old pastor charged with c Evelyn Is Not Listed As Survivor MIAMI Fta.. Feb. His stormy romance with Evelyn only was so burled in the past that the former showgirl for whom he shot Stanford White was unnamed tn- day in the list of survivors of Harry K. Thaw. Nor was the name of Russell K Miss Nesblt's whose parentage he listed as a survivor of the multi-millionaire former playboy who died here last night at Miss reportedly was in se- clusion in Atlantic City. Thaw's Sidney said no word had been received from her. The whereabouts of Russell was unknown here. Werner gave only two names as close survivors of the man whose activities were a sensation half a century ago. They were Mrs. C. G. a slsterv of Milton. and Lawrence a of Connecticut. No other address was given for the nephew. Tha l life ended at 8 Wants Insurance Evelyn West has pp- plied to insurance brokers of Lloyd's of London to have her sil- houette insured for Lloyd's brokers have agreed to arrange for the insurance for the San Francisco Los Angeles. In p. m. as the of a heart at- tack suffered a week His in contrast to his was peaceful. The body will be sent to Pitts- burgh where- the San- son funeral hnnip is to make ar- rangements for services In a Pres- bvterlan orobably on Thursday. He will bp buried in the family plot there. Thaw burst onto the roof carden of the old Madison Square Garden nn its opening June 25. 1906 and fired three shots that killed an outstanding architect who designed the landmark. Thaw alleged that the shooting resulted from White's relations with Evelyn Npsbit before her marriage to Thaw. Two on a charge of mur- der followed. In the second Thaw was acquitted nf thr murder but was declared insane and ordnred confined to an asvlum from which he made a sensational ._ escape after ono year A lurv I powerful built alcr.p found him to be sanp in 1915. rlvpr ln recent monmi. Communist Offensive Resumed Feb. Chi- nese dispatches from Manchuria to- day said Communists had resumed an offensive along the Sungarl river north of which Is 125 miles each of Mukden. These Mukden reports said four Communist brigades wrre advanc- ing on the Tunghwa region and had at their backs the support of the Rites Sunday Feb. 23 Gince famous opera singer who was killed in a plane it. the of 21 and 35 inclusive are invited to at- tend tonight's meeting to learn at first hand just what a Junior. Chamber of Commerce is and what' Its ainib are. At a preliminary meeting held several days ago Jerry Milder was named temporary chairman of the local group. Buffalo Teachers To Strike Today N. Feb. Teachers in this city's 98 public schools will strike tomorrow morn- the Buffalo Teachers Feder- said Declaring that their demands for a talary schedule of to had not been met. Federa- tion officials said the strike would go on. Meanwhile in Albany Governor Thomas E special educa- tion WB.S preparing to propose to the legislature Wed- nesday a permanent salary giam for teachers. pro- AIJTHOR DIES Feb. Mrs. Grace Livingston one of the most prolific of modern Ainerlcan died at 1 p. m. today in her suburban Swarthmore home. Tex Rankin Crash Victim KLAMATH Feb. Tex nationally famous auto racing and airplane stunting was killed near here today in the crash of an amphibian airplane he was pilot- ing that also carried two others to their deaths and injured a fourth. The other victims were Cy Wai- Ian and Jack airport opera- tors who were riding in the airplane Rankin was demon- The ship struck an elec- tially destroyed his fashionable did not appear before hU congregation today and a substi- tute asked forgiveness for all who -attended the Sunday services of Dr William physician to the scholarly isald he had Dr. Lew- is to forepjo a tentatively-sched- uled Sunday sermon. Services have been held in the basement of Calvary Presbyterian church Is a sick Dr. McNary said but did not elaborate. The a former president of the Milwaukee Council of i denied the charge and his attorney has characterized his arrest as terrific mistake. Dr. at liberty under said yesterday have ab- solutely no fear about appearing before my but add- am not feeling very well. His place was taken today by the Rev Luther P. Powell of the McCormick Theological Chicago. Unhurt Passengers on the bus were members of a newlv organized club formed by Rev Wood and were being taken to their homes follow- ing a meeting of the Calvary Luth- eran church at Luck and Vine Thompson said. Driver of the bus was Vance Peck of Phllo Wnyno Bailey of DIetz was alighting from the bus when the accident occurred. Ellis and Pyle were taken to the hosoltal In a Keck ambulance. Thompson said the impact of the crash knocked the hich. weighed more than four a distance of 30 feet. None of six bus passengers was he reported. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Is a veteran of World War to Page wooden casket todav. Approximately persons fill- ed Chattanooga's First Bant 1st c h u v r h and more than 6 000 Ihrongeri to Hills cemetery To pay ftnnl tribute to the Ten- SOD ran n Hundreds of who knpw Miss Moore u hon she sang in a church chair before she stardom during the brief funeral and burial services. Miss Dorothy Metropoli- tan Opera company sang hv during the funeral rites which were con- durted hv Dr. John A pastor of the First Baptist church. Other dispatches from capital China of Shantung said province in Communist forces still were retreating north- ward under government attack but were regrouping for a new stand In central Shantung. Associated Press Correspondent John Roderick reported from Peop- Ing that the Shantung fighting al- had shifted to the central Coast Guard Seaplane On Trip Near End Of Flight As Disaster Hits SAN Feb. A seaplane crashed near tetft killing ten of the 12 persons aboard. The dead included the patient for whom the was made a sick civilian Gabe Leavltt pf Diego. AH the other dead and injured were Coast Gcferd personnel. The injured were named at the naval hospital their condition line Material Employes In Walkout A walkout by union af- fecting nearly 750 persons at the Line Material company began at 11 o'clock last following a meeting of members of Local United Radio and Ma- chine Workers of held Sunday afternoon at the K of P hall. Members voted for the move In protest against a lockout Friday of four members of the core- winding department cf the plant here. According to Marlin president of the the com- pany reduced the speed of the core winding which resulted in a decreased output and subse- quent cut in ages for 11 em- ployes of the department. In a controversy over this Withers four one a union had been laid off. Make Union members according to Withers are demanding reinstate- ment of the four and their compensation for lost before they will return to work. They also ask repayment of all money lost by employes of the core wind- K department since speed of the machines had been cut Withers said. Company officials and union rep- resentatives met shortly before noon Sunday at the plant to dis- cuss the at which to Last part of the province and that very heavy encounters were said to be In progress just south of the Tslngtao-Tslnan railway. Chinese field reports said gov- ernment troops had stormed and captured 93 miles south- west of along with a num- ber of smaller places. trir power line after take-off and piled into the garden of a resi- dence seven miles from the air- port at Eastern Standard Time p. m. Buz a was in a hospital and his condition was not known Immediately. Rankin was piloting a Republic Seabee craft for which lie was west coast distributor. The airport here had no explanation for the crash. Four Children Burn To Death Feb. Four small members of the family of a Chinese restaurant were burned to death to- in a fire which destroyed their The Weather with snow Hur- ries. Not s.0 cold. Ration Information The Associated stamp No. 53 in now good for fivi President Home From River Trip through April 30 ration period ends March 1. Allotment Is one unit one quart or two dur- ing the three-week period. and iplrit blend- ed whiskey and gin purchases not rationed. Salvaged Fats Household con- iumen will be paid a price vary- ing wlU market for each pound e4 kitchen fats and grcaMi Uken to their meat mar- ket. Feb. 23 President Truman returned to the White House today after spending the night aboard the presidential yacht Williamsburg in the Ice-clog- ged Potomac river. Because of the the yacht re- mained anchored off Mount Vern- on before starting the short cruise back to thp navy yard where it x m. The president the Williamsburg there with members of the White House after plac- ing a wreath at tomb. EV NEW Feb. 23 Twenty-six newipaper editors and writers were selected today to par- ticipate In A seminar on municipal affairs to be conducted liy the American Press Institute at Colum- bia University beginning March 10. Harry and Poon father and grandfather of the were seriously burned and were taken to an Anderson hoapltal. Killed Jr.. Sonja Buck and Soon 3. Police Lieut Thomas A. Dillard said the cause of the fire had not been determined. Orders Evacuation Of Little America LITTLE Feb. Adm. Rich- ard Byrd today ordered final evacuation of Little America with- in 43 nours to escape the deadly encroachment of the Antarctic 1ce belt which is closing in on this central group of hU operation high Jump7 Byrd reached decision at a conference with Rear Adm. Rich- ard H. task force com- mander with the central and members of their staffs after Cruzen's icebreaker Burton Island dramatically broke through the ice In the Bay of Whalei thortly before 6 a. m. Gunmen Get Jewels MIAMI Fla Feb. Sgt. C. W. Pierce said three masked gunmen took Jewelry and cash valued at Including worth of jewelry belonging to entertainer Sophie from the office or fne Beachcomber night club early to- day. The loot Included Pierce said. Miss Tucker valued the platinum and diamond jewelry at but Pierce put their value at based on insured valuation. It was the largest robbery of the season. A theft of jewehy from the home oT Leon Lowenste'in Feb. 9 was reported as But later estimates were revised downward to Used Mink Coat To Fire SALT LAKE Feb. Actress Veronica Lake used her mink coat to pur out R fire in the private plane her Direc- tor Andre De was piloting er the night. Wasatrh mountains last Declares State Tax Delinquent Feb. County Auditor Fred C. Dunn said today the stale of Ohio was a tax delinquent and declared he was out to collect about In back real estate taxes on state property here Including the State House. The list of Franklin county tax delinquents publlthed yestetday In- cluded a long lUt of .state property which owes the county treasury mostly for street assess- ments. The bills State J15.23D State Office Ohio State uni and School for the Snowstorm Continuing NEW Feb. continued to fall tonight In north- ern Maine and strong winds still prevailed in that area but else- where along the northern Atlan- tic seaboard the weather was mod- erating aflor nearly three days of snowstorms which resulted In at least 53 deaths. The storm which Inshed a wide area along the eastern coast now is centered in the weather bureau but Is decreasing in Wftt re- ported Motor Macbtntet Mate 2-C Howard L Bay and Ra- dioman 1-C Roy Hughes. Names and home addresses of the dead were withheld by Coast Guard pending notification Qt relatives.. Lt. Emerson Miles piloting the big cue PBM when it departed yeiier- day morning cm the Coast Guard had previously an- nounced. Aviation Pilot F. J. bell was at his side. Near End Of Trip The plane was near the end of Its mile round trip to Mexican when radio con- tact with it was lost at p. m. as it came up over fog covtrtd lower California. It crashed against the aide of a five miles south of and apparently bounded to scattering wreckage over an area of 200 yards. The wreckage was located about 8 a. today from a coast 3-17 search piloted by Ira McMuilen. An unnamed who waa among the first to reach the to Page Give Notice They Wont Farm Funds Feb. 23 Farm state senators gave notot today they want for agricul- as well as the armed nr- in the lo-called part of the budfet Issued although small warnings still are being from Maine to North Carolina. Some snow fell today in Vir- and below freezing tempera- tures remained along the Atlantic congress swings its pmnlnf Senator Lucas of'tfie rlculture committee told a re- porter he expects a stronf flght to be made for farm appropriaUoiMi in individual money bllli even if the senate approves thla weeX a pledge to rut out of President Truman's budget. Strong bipartisan backing- hai made It almost certain the will approve this pledge less than the house'i economy when it gets around to voting. A scries of proposed speeches miy carry the issue through tomor- row's session and over until Wed- when the senate meets again. A vote by midweek would tend the budget ceiling resolution to conferees from the two chambert craft for a settlement of No matter what the final economy promise Lucaj sakl congress is morally bound to carry out obligations to support farm prices for the next two yeart un- seaboard north from New Jersey. der program it adopted Snow flurries also were reported viously. This would not coat much in the Great Lakes region. Pledge Support Red Cross Drive Feb. 23 Secretary of Labor Schwellenbach and Presidents William Green of the AFL and Philip Murray of the CIO pledged their support today to the Red Cross drive beginning March 1. A Red Cross statement quolrdi Murray as pledging to give 1 same cooperation in this campaign' as we have in the wartime Green praised the Red Cross as of the most valuable public service Institutions In our coun- SIGN CONDUCTOR Feb. Italian News Agency ANSA said in a Milan dispt'ch today that the New York Metropolitan Opera Company had signed Conductor Sergio a favorite at Milan's La Scala Opera to a three-year contract- All You Is all being done to SAVE YOUR Tell us how you want us to talk to you in our that impioved service of information will save you many hours In the months to come. It's easy to be Folks who have helped tell us it's most fun for the whole family. Start right now making out your answer for this week. LARGE ADS. French Shop Henneberg Furniture J. C. Pennny Co. Quality Furniture Co. Starr's Weber's MEDIUM Bertke Beauty Shop BinU Bros. Boston Shoe Repair Dan Cohen Shoe Store First Federal Savings A Loan First National Bank Harry S. Cohen Men's Store Heanng-Bryan-DeLong Lee Jewelers Lucas Purol Service Nader A Sons Nader's 616 Main Nader's 616 Main National Brands Stores National Furniture Co. Pollock's Robert-s Rose Furniture Co Inc. White Chevrolet Co. SMALL Ann's Cleaners City Loan Co. Commercial Printing Supply DcVine Pharmacy Grand Theater Imperial Theater Liberty Theater Kirk's Flower Shoppc McArthur Texdco Service Plummer Radio Service Shurtz Drug Store Weller Theater Wiles Distributing Co. Willy's Grocery CASH AWARDS FOR BEING TO READERS WHOSE OPINIONS ARE NEAREST TO WHAT THE MOST READERS DECIDE ARE BEST. CASH AWARDS THIS WEEK for Being Helpful 1st Award 2nd Award 3rd Award Soviet Army In 29th Birthday Feb. by Prime Minister Stalin's order of the perhaps In the most pacific tone of any since the start of the Soviet army today celebrated its 29th anniver- sary. Stalin announced the Russian people had successfully fulfilled the year of the five-year and that the army is fulfilling the tasks of combat training placed before it In condi- of Wrecked Plane 4 Dead Feb. 23 missing French military transport airplane was found wrecked in a wood near here to- day with all four occupants United States military police found the C-47 after a 21-hour j The four French crew members i lay dead near the fuselage. The on a routing flight from to became lost in a snow- rsn out of fuel and crashed Friday night. if prices stay but Lucai noted that no one knows when a dip may come. He said he does not believe cuta can be as suggested by some in aliowancfi for soil reclamation and power projects. McNutt To Fly To Japan And China Feb. Ambassador Paul V. McNutt pared to today in ft de- partment transport plane for To- kyo and Jlo call on ial MacArthur and Chiang Kai-shek. He will be in Manila m seven aft4 tx- pccts to return thereafter to the United States. A spokesman 1or ambftttrtor denied Shanghai specuUtkm that McNutt might ambtaMor to China. the spokesman he will resume private law praclJce in America. Hoover Home From Food Survey MITCHEL N. Feb. Hoover returned today by plane from round trip to Europe to survey food problems In the German and Austrian occupation zones. The former looking said he would have no com- ment until he had made clal report to President at whose request he went to Europe. He declined to when ha planned to go to Washington. Shortage Of Cars Halts Newsprint Feb. situation created for CtindHtti newsprint mills by tha cyrtvat Uitt of freight cars but at last plants were obtaining boxcars to an industry official to- night. The official who declined to to quoted by name described fi- liation as much a hand-to- touch-and-go According to he newapriut mU3s still were Jiwt ly felling MERCHANT DOCS FA czvOt ager for tto Runnlilttn Clothing Store hert D 29 died today at kta of a heart attack. S 1 M sRRCfilVEi   

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