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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1951, Zanesville, Ohio                               Ohio's Largest Into Homes Every Morning The Times Recorder Newi Only Paper Delivered by BFD The Same Day It Is Printed 67THYEAR-NO. 70 OUB PHONK NUMBEB-4-4M1 MARCH H ATHEBI MUDBB FIVE CENTS O'DWYER'S TESTIMONY CONTRADICTED s OSU Coach Woody Hayes University Club Guest Chinese Red Stronghold Armed A i i i i i W Nation Set Abandoned Without Fight For Emergency Enemy Forces Apparently Seeking Refuge Behind Parallel March great Chinese Red base of the enemy'was expected to stand if he intended to stay in South without a fight to U. S. forces Wednesday. Enemy forces that abandoned the city of rubble ap- parently were pulling back Actor Confesses Membership In Communist Party March 21 Larry Parks said today he once belonged to the Communist but two other Hollywood actors refused to say whether they ever had been Communists. Howard Da Silva and Gale Sondergaard both refused on the that under the constitution no one can be forced to give evidence that might in- criminate him. Parks freely admitted he had joined the party 10 years but said his interest had ed around and that he now is certain the party is sub- versive. But Parks had a stopping too. He balked at telling the house un-American activities committee the names of the ac tors and actresses who were with him in the Hollywood Com- munist cell. Parks dramatically told the committee that he's afraid his appearance here has ruined his career in the movies. Da Silva's testimony kicked up the most confusion. While Chairman Wood banged away with his Da Silva shouted out his opinion of the true purpose is to pull the wool over the people's The whole he was beyond the 38th parallel only eight miles north. seized by U. troops and was a much greater prize of war than the liberated old Korean capital 45 miles to the southwest. It not only was a good mass- ing but its roads and rails were avenues of conquest into Central Korea and to Seoul it self. The enemy also was pulling back on the eastern where Republic of Korean troops al- ready may have reached par- allel the old political dividing line between the Red north and the Republic of South Korea. In the the en- emy still was strongly entrench- ed north of Seoul and to the east of the capital. AP Correspondent Jim Becker reported two divisions of the fresh Chinese Communist Third field army were tentatively iden- tified in front positions east Seoul. An Allied armored patrol fight- ing north on the road from Seoul to Page March 21 President Truman told the today the United States now can strike against any new aggression with double the strength it had when the Communist camp gambled on the South Korean invasion. An exchange of telegrams be- tween the chief at his Accused Spy Denies Charges NEW March 21 Julius Rosenberg denied by point today his brother-in- law's testimony that they plotted to get atomic secrets to Russia during the war. 34-year-old electri- was point 'Mrs. Heart' Still OKLAHOMA March 21 What happened to you'll be glad to know. she's still alive a full said months after doctors heart condition would kill her in a still under a specialist's the moder ately-wealthy Oklahoma City widow says. my improve- ment has been The known to tens of thousands of newspaper readers only as Mrs. still refuses to identify herself. Truman Warns Aggressors Of U. S. Power WOODY HAYES VISITS HERE These pictures were snap- ped last night by Times Recorder Photographer Don Durant dur- ing the annual Gridiron dinner at the Zanesville University club. Woody guest of honor at the dinner and coach at Ohio State poses with Francis of noted football expert and and Bob at sports announcer for Radio Station WHIZ. at talks with J. Knox vice president of Muskingum college. Dr. Fred in was host at a cocktail party preceding the dinner. In the pic- ture left to William of Sam of Columbus and Wallace. Buckeye Grid Mentor Makes Big Hit With Fans Views First Season In Big Ten With Confidence But Makes No Predictions University dub members and their guests decided last night that Ohio State university made no mistake in choos- Dewey Snubs Invitation To Testify Says Chairman Of Committee Is Discourteous NEW March Thomas E. Dewey today snubbed a second invi- tation to testify before the senate crime committee on Saratoga gambling and accused its chairman of making courteous personal Dewey sent a tart telegram to Sen. Estes Kefauver Head Of Firemen's Group Tells Of Contribution Gave In Cash To Support New York Mayor In 1949 Campaign NEW March crime proben were told today that ex-Mayor William O'Dwyer took 000 in cash from the head of a firemen's union tor his 1949 O'Dwyer swore under oath only yesterday tbat he never as- Marshall showed the total man- at the 19th annual gridiron dinner. To Halt Sales power strength of the armed forces has mounted from 000 nine months ago to more than tremendous gain in our the president Qf Postal been made necessary by the lawless aggression of the Communist forces in and by the menace of still further Communist attacks against other free nations. The announcement obviously the Uniformed Firemen's sociation Crane testified before the sen- ate crime committee today that he handed the money to O'Dwy- saving it appeared the commit- er in a red manila envelope on tee was not interested in the tne Gracie the opinions of the governor as a'official home of New York's former racket-buster but only The latest OSU coach he said the only undefeated gambling conditions at the took any contribution in 1949 from John P. president of Russia Refuses To Return U. S. Lend-lease Ships man Is Commit Ohio State impressed state spa and horse racing cen- listeners with his sincerity and optimism. He made no promises as to iter. to meetj Kefauver previously had vited the governor to testify m d th n York. Dewey replied tee Counsel Rudolph Halley told newsmen. contacted by news- said of Crane's testimony campaign con- sale of postal notes after March winning. with the pointed out there C was asked about that under 31. was intended to produce a dual psychological warn Russia- SSte Ed' t are no pessimists among kids who play football effect abroad _ ed assure America's since but officials said nave never been widely y g and that dropping the serv- T to be OSU coach. He change a apped hav Hce will help to simplify depart- to Page Sec. message for critics of the bookkeeping istrationfs rearmament program at home. Marshall's telegram 1 'For your strength we have already Postal notes are sold in small denominations up to are available at an 8-cent fee to TT avoid the sending of cash CrES Heaters They City Asks Limit tne session that the Saratoga matter should be and is unfortunate that Gov. j Dewey has not seen fit to come down and give us anyt informa- tion he might have.1' reported much im- proved from a virus the at- through the mails in small trans- tained a total strength in ex- cess of was not at- tained in World War II until1 more than 21 months after our build-up started in June fol-j lowing the fall of DufV more than three months after MJVLline MJUVV Pearl Harbor Part of this probably is ac- March 21 -Ifl counted for by the availability Enlisted men in the naval re- this time of hundreds of thou- serves who have been called sands of a trained to active duty can say ready manpower pool which under certain circum- not exist when World War III stances. 0 March answered the questions re- garding myself. No other ment.1 He was asked idea why Crane did. don't want O'Dwyer repeated. have no if he had any testified as he to discuss but still confined to the execu-' comment on March Russia told the United States today it to the return of 670 American lease vessels. j The state department said Russia turned down an Ameri- can demand for turn of the ships in a note pre- sented during lend-lease talks. An American official said the note accused the United States of violating a promise to sell the ships to the Soviet The Russians also contended that the United States does not need the vessels as it has claim- ed. The note said the United States has sold surplus ships to several South American and oth- er nations tive mansion in Crane said the was to this up with his telegram say- back up a pledge of firemen's chant The 670 ships include 84 mer- have received through the press an indirect reply to my of- to Page A. ail UIUJICIL iuy WA- Toledo hard hit during thejfer of last Monday to meet with Killer Sentenced winter's periods of natural gas tne members of your committee started. A substantial part of the initial buildup of forces after the the armed Korean war started came from these reserv- ists of the marines' and air force. jueiiLuy state of mind has ed says Mrs who asked a sympathet- ic nation in March of 1949 how best to spend in the year she thought would be her last. I'm feeling much Death Of Daughter The navy this today in explaining present systems in calling up the reserves. When a decision was reached to cut down the number of re- serves being called back into many already had their orders. These the navy now can turn down the call to active duty if they wish. The choice is being offered the reservists by naval district Vincent Auriol commanders. They are responsi- of France left on the Ee de Dle for maintaining the naval France for New York on the basis of quotas Leaves For U.S. March 21 shortages carried its fight for a better gas supply to the state public utilities commission to- I day. In an all-day the city sought a commission order in- corporating certain including one ordering the Ohio Fuel Gas Co. to suspend further space heating mediately. Ohio Fuel Gas is the state's biggest gas distributor. At commission regu- lations leave it up to Ohio Fuel Gas Co. whether it can add ad- ditional customers without tax- To 300 Years OKLAHOMA March 21 Badman Bill Cook was used my wire to you as an ex- sentenced to 300 years fed. cuse this morning for discourte- ous personal remarks. in Albany. 'I am surprised that you not oniy declined to extend me the courtesy of a but instead installations Board Clerk Resigns ing its supplies or facilities. The Weather by naval headquarters cal was the first de- fense witness in his joint trial she with his 35. andj charges ofa consJraTy Charge Manslaughter In to commit espionage. The government ended its prosecution earlier today after March 21 _ _______ _______ ___ calling as a witness Elizabeth Page of Route Piqua to the United and five In Supreme Court self-styled former Com- today was charged with second-'days in before _. munist courier. degree manslaughter and bound back to Paris from Montreal. He March 21 over to tM grand jury following plans political and economic Ohio supreme court to- an auto accident in which with President Truman. idav refused to review the case The luxury French liner sail- j fixed ed in thick escorted by'here. three British after _______________ stopover in this British port. Auriol toid-reporters he will Slayer's Appeal Denied stay a week for his state visit with somewhat milder in high temperature 35 to 40 de- grees. Friday slightly warmer followed by some rain in afternoon or at night. Wednesday'g CHILDREN KILLED March 21- Two children suburb of in Marck. a were killed and a third injured today in the March 21 of State Ted W. Brown announced today that Ed- ward T. Weakley will submit his resignation as clerk of the Mont- gomery county board of elec- effective next Brown said his office has been investigating the Montgomery board following reports of irreg- ularities in the 1950 general .flee eral rison tod for and an minols family but still faces a possible death sentence for another slaying. In a sudden and dramatic move that ended a sanity hear- ing for S. Judge Stephen Chandler sen- tenced him to 60 years on each 556 small naval craft such as torpedo landing and 30 water such as barges and tank- ers. They were turned over to the Russians during the war under the U. S. program of leni-lease aid to its allies. The United States has been trying to get them and is also seeking a settlement of Russia's lend-lease accoumV FAY BOOSTED OM March 21 pay increases from to District nearly a year have been granted civic employes here. of five the terms to run consecutively. The 23-ye-ar-old ex-convict had admitted kidnaping Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mosser of and their three children in Oklahoma and shooting them to death at Mo. Four hours after the sentenc- the attorney general's of- in Washington said Cook 'Investigation tended to show'would be turned over to Call- that a number of absent voters'.fornia authorities ballots were cast before the reg- ular time for voting of absent voters' he said. Brown also announced he will to of for the slaying Robert Dewey. stand a 10 a. m.......28 ftp m.......33 Brown also announced ne will 12 Noon.......31 8 p. m.......28 j disapprove the continuance ASfeS 2 P- m........34 iop. members of the board of elec-l 4pm 12 tjons three present who are over 70 years eligible for retirement. ZANESVIUE SKIES TODAY 12-year-old daughter was killed. Police said Page was DIPLOMAT DEAD along route three miles south March 21 explosion of an old shell frund in a German World II Blockhouse. of Piqua yesterday when he lost Dhirrajlal Bhulabhai De- Sunrise 6 30 a. m. of O. B. Jordan of con- Sunset 641 p. m. victedof first 'degree murder. Friday S-so m. and set the execution date of April 20. Jordan was convicted June PROMINENT STARS- old and BITTEN BY SQUIRREL March 21 Three children were bit- of the auto and crashed sal. India's minister to Switzer- War into a utility killing died tonight after he hadjl950 of the slaying of James VISIBLE I Elaine Page of Troyf Buffered a heart attack. IKnight in Knight's Lorain sirius. due fouth.......7.13 p. m. len by a squirrel yesterday lOUtnWWv 5 AD p. m. i _ _- A co ww A Tnft V'H'1 Itrt MISr'O NEW March 21 Mayor Vincent Impellitteri night demanded the resignation of Water Commissioner James J. Moran and threatened to sus- pend him unless he resigns. Impellitteri said his action Arcturis 7 58 p. while playing in the Smith Place'was prompted by disclosures j public school yard. They 7.29 mJgiven rabies treatment were lore the senate crime commit- tee. Four O'clock is the Hour Watch Tomorrow's Paper   

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