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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1949, Zanesville, Ohio 65TH 1 Times Recc- w -I n I L ZANESVILLE, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1.1949 CLOUDY, OOLD 80TH CONGRESS GOES OUT OF BUSINESS Chiang Kai-Shek Defies Reds By Imposing Own Peace Terms Alternative 1 QAR' part'CS department Vom P'iMany churches held services the first day they take of- greet the new year, and a fewlfice. will be holding services today. mother and her three children'interim government, would be set slated he planner) to" at Mobile, Ala. It was 36 at meetinr of Die Pom- Tallahassee, Fla., and was 50 at .'llage to be held Monday night. He added that hej At Miami. ui___ _. There was no extreme cold any- to cla-m the'mayor's postjwhere in the country- The lowest) Pomeroy, however, Sidney ;reading_was five below at Pellston, burned 1o death 1oday in a fire up without them. The Dutch said! g laconically: Generally, fair weather pre- -V.- __, OIJI.HI.LI _, vailed over most of the midwest, the Rocky mountain and Pacific Europe Bids Goodbye To 1948 Hoping New Year To Be Better LONDON, Dec. bid a willing goodbye to troubled 1948 tonight with the ever-hopeful prayer that the clouds will roll''11" Services appropros of the season !will be held In all churches to- tit their home on Black Log creek., the offensive was necessary have disturbances at five miles east of here. Three, cause of increasing terrorism nd] meetincs other members of the family are1 disorderly elements encouraged! _ iminK the mayor'scoast states. the Golden Rule hospital at by the Republicans who infiltrated! once resigning. He! New England, 100 families i thick tarnish on nearly everyone s optimism, but here and there it, intsville. into Dutch territory. el ho resigned Nov. moved out of North .shined through. away in 1949. Living with the east-west cold war for three years had put. a in Pai Martin County Coroner Frank Miller said the victims were Mrs. Family gatherings and reunions will be the vogue in many homes today, while many who have come afar to 'enjoy the holiday Fourteen members of staff of the department of liquor con- trol under Republican Director Dale Dunifon have resigned effec- tive at noon Jan. 10. That is tin day former Gov. Frank J. Lauscht takes over for the second time. Dunifon Slid a list ot person! explains that while under a oD-da to avoid n hearing 3Cfl3UJ i Adams and scattered towns} There appeared to be reasons! hration. But at that it was more1 homes. Lseason will be .leaving for their resigning has been given Demo filed against him. Thp rhnrces were The charges were brought byi ifour of the village's six council- lyuiiei Sam LUC vii_Liiui ci i 1J rF! J ft Stella Luster, and Fayc, May Oma Held lO Urand Jury On and Betty Louise Luster, four; months to six years old. jEobbery Charges The cause of the fire was not; Wnv 'men, and'accused Canaday of mis- determined. n. V rnndnr-t in office in connection Those in the hospital are Sher-'B. Taylor 24, of Toronto, O., of court fines man Luster, the father, and a to the grand jury today Liss, 16, and Ruth, 10. charges of robbery. Dr. A .D. Solan of the hospital staff, said they were not in sen- on chargesincar pitlsf'eld in the Hoosic river! for thinking the new year mlght'llke old times tonight. area in western Massachusetts. City hall and the courthouse will Silver Dollars For Payroll cratic state headquarters so re- placements may be hlrtd in ad- vance. Eugene Hanhart, ttatt Democratic chairman, not be a little easier on the nerves! rn London the highlight was closed will state and and the stomach. The- people Arts ball' where offices. J western Europe have lifted the'revelers filled the Royal Albert! Postage rate changes which will j available for comment. revival of key industries, the inch- hall and danced beneath a an estimated oux condition. 'office. Sunday Times-Signal Preview How It Looks From Here By the Editors- equipment. Governor Herbert, who ordered the suspension, cancelled hearing, thirtv after Canaday s! nunnrea tnirtj CIRCLEVILLE, O., Dec. 31 pou ing upward of living standards i painting of the merry monarch, the nation's annual mailing bill! and the new financial muscles ac-1 Henry VII. They had paid from will also go into effect today. j quired from the American-financed jjj2.BO to J210 for tickets. Involving increases in a long list European recovery plan. collected early at St postal services, including parcel Although this was the calhedral to dance around [post and air mail letters, the rates submitted dollars started cartwheel- nds Year's eye in 10 years, mostj t f Q Victoria. That! (Turn to Page 2, Please) o accepted. The suspension expir IDec. 22. i The contender, however, now maintains his resignation was in- valid because it was submitted while he was under suspension. Declaring he had "outslicked" the governor by the action, he had businessmen whirling. Europeans stfll did not have supposed to bring luck. Thou-; That total is just 175 times as many silver dollars circulating in Circleville today as circulated a week ago. Publishers of the 109-year-old Daily Herald paid off their employ- I (the EXCLUSIVE SERVICE to our readers appears said, "That guy tomorrow in the form of Economist Roger W. to make a monkey out of annual "Business and Financial Outlook." His complete !me nn Airman Tells Of Rescue Trip NEW YORK, Dec. .31 Lt. heart for a really boisterous jammcd Piccadllly circus to offer season's greetings to the statue of Eros, god of love, which has been replaced on its pedestal. This was the first chance London- ers have had since 1939 of revert- ing to that old custom. Champagne was uncorked in governor) with nearly in silver dol-jj Beaudry said today niseis greetings to the new Li re: TIlOV Cfl iH n-anfoH -Cjlllu- J J Ic made one out of him. lars. They said they wanted to i find out just how long the of 12 stranded airmen report, containing more than words, includes a special forecast for IN THE WOMAN'S SECTION: A full page of Zanesville and southeastern Ohio children welcomes 1949 A foto- jum-hus "dairies. feature introduces new families to the community. PRICE cur Borden Ipany, operators of two large Co- A AND COLORFUL account of real estate de- The Weather velopment in Zanesville is the subject of Historian Norris F. Schneider's sketch. Beginning with the first purchase of land by John Mclntire, he traces the history of rea estate through panics and prosperity to the present era o housing shortages and high prices. A FORMER ZANESVILLE MAN has a big part in the Berlin airlift. The story of his job appears in tomorrow's 6 p. m 8 p. m.....'...32 10 p. m........31 edition of your favorite Sunday newspaper, The Times- ZANESYUE SUES T00AY Signal. AN EXCLUSIVE FEATURE EVERYONE will enjoy Comic cartoons drawn by seven of the nations most tal- ented laugh specialists whose creations appear regularly ill teading magazines. .They're tops in cartoon comedy! In roll of one business stuck around i Greenland involved only "a routine in circulation. iycar. According to custom hcer is used for such .toasts in Brussels. Police in Denmark and Italy Nine Held For Weapons Theft NEWARK, N. J., Dec. Nine men were in custody tonight charged with stealing military weapons and ammunition which the FBI said was sold to an unsuspect- too. "We checked Circleville's four banlcs last said a spokes- man for the newspaper, "and we takeoff" and that he had no [banned the traditional New Year's found just 12 stock." silver dollars in thoughl of any particular danger. However, he noted that the res- cud was made in an area without landing fields and -between moun- tains and with the thermometer the rescue Herald employes, who received 30 below zer0' their pay in money bags instead! Beaudry, pilot of of the traditional pay envelopes, here by military air are .pledged to pay all bills by transport today m a rainstorm with! silver dollar, even those accounts co-pilot m the rescue flight and they normally would pay by check, seven of the men taken cut the J J desolate icecap. eve fireworks. The Italian govern- ment has passed a special decree outlawing one of the country's oldest tossing of chamber pots and other crockery out of the window at midnight. Economy and public safety were the reasons given for the bans. Air Line Claims New Overseas Hop Record SHANNON, Eire, Dec. Dec. 31 The 32-year-old officer, speaking softly, told about the mission at a Greyhound Reaches Pact With Union YOUNGSTOWN, O., Dec. 31 news conference at Lapuardia field Possibility of a New day shortly after his arrival. bus transportation tie-up was Chief obstacle to the rescue was [averted today when the Ohio Grey- thf: weather which delayed his rie-jhound lines and representatives ol American overseas air- tparture from his Greenland Association of Electric Railway Sunict p.' m. ]jnes Constellation today broke'the 'for three he said. _ _ I .1.1, 1__ _ Koonsrt p. m. First Quarter Jon. 7th. PROMINENT flow In northweil P. t-aptlls (mfcn In north p. VISIBLE PLANETS Silurn frlifi 10-08 p Vtnui (rlKi [and Motor Coach employeei agreec record for American commercial! When he was able to leave the [to extend an cor.tr-ct ur.- Shadyside Mine Closed By Strike BELLAIRE, O., The discharge of a miner today pent 40 fellow workert on: at. the Webb mine near in Belmont county. The mine superintendent Vernie Cetorelli, a mine committee member, was discharg- ed because he was caught (moll- ing in the mine. _y- A union spokesman laid torelli had cigarettes on hli ng Rlcan government ofii- son bul was not smokinj. cial. S.-K-'McKee, special FBI agent, said the military equipment came from the Raritan arsenal at Metu- chen. Four of the nine men arrested were civilian employes at the McKee'g statement did not name the Coata Rican official but said the gang sold him 138 U. S. army M-l carbines on Dec. 22. The state department at Washington identi- fied the official as Minister of Finance Alberto Marten. "This official, who had a prop- er license Issued by the state de- partment for the of the guns, was unaware of the fact that they were stolen government prop- erty.'i.McKee laid The mine, operated toy Colleries, has a capacity iof tons a .day. planes on the New York-l base, he made the landing at the crash scene with the aid of flares. named the: "1 found that the snow was pack- Shannon hop. The Constellation, _.. Flagship Holland, made the in eight hours and 47 minutes. 'explained. and easy to Jnnd hi til Friday, Jan. 14. Bus drivers and other had threatened to walkout at mid- night unless the company met their demands for higher wages, IMPROVES NEW YORK, Dec. 31 Albert Eliwteln was reported' In condition tonight undergoing an abdominal operation Brooklyn Jewish hospiul. Struck Pottery Back At Work EAST LIVERPOOL, 6., 31 (if) The Edwin M.. Kaowtoa China Co. plant'at NwwtB, W. Va., resumed partial opfratioM today although ot 300 ers returned Jofta. Pottery ottlclali Mid of pottery muiit be buiH fore about fOO worlnn return to 200 walked out In the diKharfe Of an ot that number 165 AFL NatUtMl BraUMTMoM Operating turn to work. k The union ctUed authorized,
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