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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1952, Zanesville, Ohio                               Serving Southeastern Ohio For Sixty-Five Years Always Fair The s Recorder OUR PHONE NUMBER DIAL 24561 OUR PHONE NUMBER 66TH 246 Charier Member of Associated Press OCTOBER MILD FIVE CENTS t. I I f U.S. MAY BUILD UP EUROPE JAP PRINCE IS BLOOD Prince brother of Japan's Emperor makes a blood donation for United Nations forces fighting in Korea. Attending him at a U. S- Army blood bank headquarters in Tokyo are army Lieut. Georgia of and Capt Gertrude Pa. Allied Spearheads Meet President And M Arthur Agree NW Curbs o i n For Shilling Poiccr Strong Ked Resistance Finai Victory KoreaOn Lredit In Push Toward Capital Effective Yank Foot Cavalrymen Force North Koreans To Withdraw After Fierce Daylight Fighting With Rear Guard Oct. foot cavalry- men in fierce daylight fighting forced North Korean troops to withdraw Sunday afternoon northwest of dicated by the presidenl-s state. Of which speeded up their 50 air miles southeast of the Red capital of Pyongyang. mcm on Wake Island con. talks. U. S. Eighth army headquarters reported the First' forence this week-end. MacArthur has taken Cavalry division ran into stub- born Communist ma- Hint Truman May Be Intending To Seek Peaceful Settlement Of Controversial Formosan Issue Through United Nations Oct. Truman and General Douglas MacArthur apparently have agreed on plans for shifting the bulk of American military power from the. Far East to western Europe immediaieh after the United Nations victory in Korea is completed. That is one of the future lines of action clearly in- Business Men Believe Rules Too Drastic Oct. new credit curbs- more money down for house- chinegun and small-arms fire. Leif AP correspon- reported the New Straitsville Dewey To Back Eisenhower For 1 Boy Fatally Hurt Presidential Nomination When Hit By Auto in a brief telephone call from' S. Army Photo via AP jheadquaiters. Communications _ the front remained scanty.11 I Erickson said the army j spokesman reported the North Koreans fought from well dug-in positions but the American at- tack finally drove them into a World Observes Anniversary hold bigger the ly payments on into Formosa in friendly effect tomorrow. thereby lending his backing to it. ThC fedGral reSGrVe boa5d fayS me sentence on Amen- lnev're necessary to control m- troop deployment as be- M a ny business Mac- Arthur initialed the document. lan' Along with the emphasis on can polling United States forces out.iween Europe and in the say of Korea there appeared heavy presidential was thev're not stress on United Nations i ___......necessary and that discussed the steps nee- they'll cut buying too and se- A rouncj restrictions on NEW YORK. Oct. Thomas E. Dewey said flatly withdrawal by midafternoon Sun- day. Change Help To Mar Celebration NEW Oct. 15 -Seven-year-old Donald Eugene i today he would not run for president in 1952 and would back Gen.' Some enemy forces fell Dwight Eisenhower for the Republican nomination. -towards S nmak. 11 miles no circumstance that I can he of Namchongjom. while dihlinguishel from moves by ossan to br th-s c-oumiy onitsmvn onprob-jcuritv to the ares as lnstallmenl.plan buying was put of the Western .rapidly as possible in ac- back into only a month I This provide the due to i-ordance with the intent of the aRO The new rules tjghten them Uhe main pcint of the Truman-' resolution of the United Nations to this Mac-Arthur disc-.L-ion over the'general assembly and in order used cars controversial question of1 to get our armed forces out of th_ in. i the fmure Formosa. For if Pros. K-ea as soon as their United ife Truman followed the misncn is complete 'one.third down payment requir- 1 which has been laid down by his The wording suggested that menl says in foj.ce Finance advisers here he undoubtedly the president_ and his Far East- say it now wili take Thomas is a traffic vic- tim and possibly because he was getting ready for Halloween. Wearing a Halloween the boy darted from behind a parked auto on this town's Main street at 4 o'clock Saturday aft- accept the nomination for president in and I doubt if there is any possibility the tion would arise The statements were made during an interview on the Na- tional Broadcasting company's the television show. ernoon into the path of an auto He added that don't be- driven by Russell Anderson who Heve a man should be nominat- was enroute home from ed more than twice for the pres- Whether the mask blinded the boy's or whether he failed' There has been speculation to see the Anderson auto because that defeated in 1944 and of the parked car was not de- might have decided to run termined. He was unconscious for reelection as governor with when placed in the Mills and j an eye on the 1952 presidential Brown ambulance and died be-'election. lore reaching the Hocking Val- Asked whether he had ley hospital in Logan. 'candidates in for the Re- Trie boy was in the second publican nomination in grade ctf He Is by his Mr. and Mrs.' irs a little early DUt Walter a Jack we have Xew York a'very his Mr. great world the president and Mrs. John of New of Columbia one of Straitsville and and Mrs. the greatest soldiers of our his- Walter Thomas. of Canton. a fine a man who The body really understands the problems should be Brown funeral home pending of services at 2 o'clock Tuesday aft- He added that ernoon in the Baptist church. reelected governor and have m- Rev. Charles Bowen will offici- with the New York dele- ate and burial will be in New I would recommend to Straitsville cemetery. East Germans Go To Polls As Directed Oct 15 East German's Red government an- nounced tonight that nearly 95 per cent cf voters in the Soviet zone endorsed the unopposed Communist national front in to- day's election. It was a final count. An estimated East under the close scrut- iny of Russian troops and Com- munist went to the polls in a election unprecedent- ed since Adolf Hitler's regime. The voters returned to office for a four-year term a parlia- ment of 70 per cent Communists and 30 per cent collaborators. The parliament had been set up miles to the northeast. Singye was reported taken Sat- urday by the South Korean Re- publican First which to- day pressed on five and seven miles northwest and The other two tips of the four- pronged United Nations drive to- wards the Communist capital al- so met but advanced. The Republican Third division troops pushing westward from to Page LAKE Oct. 15- _ _ _ Worldwide Observance told MacArthir that the United Commander had agreecHhat buy even Of the fifth vear of the United States intends to seek a peace- Pessary Jo get -our lhe lowest pficed new Th ful settlement of the Formosan niles arp gs stiff as any Of to be highlighted man left Washington particular- television sets and other major must UN day Oct. when President United States forces any more Truman makes a major address deeply in defense of the appliances to the UN assembly. win on Vnited that point from General Mac- be at least 25 percent and Qt 'f th H ti protection to dissuade the Chi- Arthur Jments must be completed in 15 world bodv IrouSt its life nese Reds from trying t0 take' That'the withdrawal from Ko- months. Formerly the down pay. 151 U iiFormosa by torcc' will result in a buildup was percent.and the structure to make it stronger forj There was no immediate clue t Europe is unquestioned penoa momns. John J. Raskob. Dies Suddenly Nations gets under way to- issue .rough the United Na- that the talk had really centered World War II. might be accomplished. Mr. Tru- The down payment on p-eace underline the current cel- ebration of U. week. to just how close together theiThe president and Secretary 3 On the down conferees were on this State Acheson have already com-payment jumps from 10 to 15 meets to- j though their statement referred mitted the United States to cent and the payoff period morrow to consider a new very complete unanimity to Page jis cut from 18 months to 15. up between Israel and I The effect of credit controls is greatly widened by another new rule making the higher down payments necessary on ar- ticles costing or more. Until now the controls haven't affect- ed articles costing less'than Maury Nee of a for the commerce U. N. Trusteeship Director Ralph J. Bunche the 1950 Nobel Peace being violated. The assembly political com- Drafting Preliminary Outlines Of Important Speech Oct. John J. Raskob. who'nafon mittee launches debate on Oct. Truman today drafted the cific sections of a Russian-op-1 preiiminai.y outlines of a rrajor U. S. foreign policy fully 'Spokesman I confident that Communist dangers can be surmounted in Asia department's retail industry the Far Pacific after his momentous thrce-hour exchange of helped teach Americans how to eral assembly powers for emcr-j' buv automobiles on the install- gency peace ment plan and onetime Demo- patrols and armed troops to dented meet ng with a dis- Ceneral MacArthur on Wake Island That unprece- eneral MacArthur onakesaninalunpreco _____ ______...... cratic National died aggression. Federal Reserve Board was too hasty in tightening controls. said consumer prices languished as'tional airport at 7 p. m. Pacific' HO n rn nave nSCn i'J P by the Russians -ear 'ago 'early today. He was 71. The assembly special political ihe termed will have'Standard Time flO p. m. ------------..._ nvor without any election. Korean War and of the finance committee of ia's independent government hnforp hk refrn toi East zone announcedfte associate w the du has return of united the opera birth- Three Workhouse Inmates Escape x -i j Pont f Wilmington. fnend of slan charges that the U.S. the continental bnited States president will ciclivor thc foreign1 .them that they support Smith and one of the na-' secretly night. speech he traveled so far Since there was nn wav tion's leading ii accept the draft. Since there was no wv Dewey said he had Oct. 15 At Eisenhower's a Three workhouse inmates tun- houseboy relayed a message to neled through an IS inch cell V hadTaiked vote no on the singlelist ticto eaSt' Eisenhower about whether would be willing to accept the suf''kcGP armed control in Noith Af- The giistcning presidentiallto prepare. rica. election meant a vote for the current i CoTimunist parliament. ouseoy reaye a mg the general on Dewey's state- LtlUDOed W mnt- wall in a daring escape today. The two The houseboy returned and cinnati and one from Ft. Eisenhower could not see Ind.. slid through a ventilator ithe reporters because he had Of shore estate near here. He had arrived at the lacre estate Friday with a group 'of friends from New Last night he suffered what he bo- jlieved to be an attack of indi- I He became worse and died be- 'fore Dr. H. F. McPherson ar-l Israeli Premier s Post IN Oct. 13 j plane landed at p. m. Presidential Secretary Charles night a. m. Ross said the Island at Hickam field after an eight 'conference would figure in the1 WTTH r i hour 40-minute flight of San Francisco address. VOPTH VOPFA Oct 14 j miles from tiny Wake in the ThrQe pojnts Qf 1 c emerged from the informal murdered oix American prison- Tired but satisfied that his talks between the 66-year-old' and Wounded two others Fri- MacArthur president and the 70-year-old i day in What was believed to be Lantial lirst atrocity case against re'i United Nations commander. The shaft and slipped down a rope tied to a support on the jail block roof after crawling through the tunnel. Workhouse officials identified them Dewey Fort Falla Mundie. and James 33. Kline and Mundie were parole guests. Oct. 15 r had produced substantial from his home in the President drove to the points on which the general was Americans 38th paraL -iville. LtP fonnHpH in'home of Adm. Arthur W. consulted were contained in ailcl was rrossedf a survivor re new state was founded in1 Bride-To-Be Weds Other Man Pacific fleet statement issued after the tonight. N. J. Oct. 15 i 19-year-old bride-to-be who Lt. Richard Lobeck and Ri- ran Wlth ley was serving out a fine. I Mrs. Dorothy died to-1 who began his ir 1 4 TT _ jnight of wounds inflicted by a 'as a financial wizard as secro- Chaim Weizmann where he spent the night. I ference by the to' John H i prowler who 'bludgeoned five tary to Pierre S. du Pont in rcceived Ben-Gurion ai Weiz- Mr. Truman and his party of which Gen. MacArthur con- said he was one of 11 American persons in a rampage that ter- had been in retirement mamVs homp in Rehovot. military and civilian currecl. .prisoners the Reds captured in rorized northwest Detroit 1946. He and Pierre du consulting with all party ers will leave Hickam field These amhusl near west close associates for half a Weizmann asked Ben-Gurion a. m. tomorrow steps necessary to bring of Kaesong. Police said that Ennis moved into General form a new cabinet for j peaceful reconstruction and se- He saad two North Koreans a unified Korea as guarded them for several hours A......__ _______ to Page a hn' farmhouse. When a venes here tomorrow after i two-month recess. Religious bloc members of the a had Motors together and gained to the the Israeli Tncy are schoduled to set curity to who .beating the woman. His story tro1 in 1915- j parliament. The Knesset recon- San Francisco i on of going on a drunken rampage 1 venes here tomorrow after a-----------------------------...........--------------------- Reds Massing On Turkish Border the eve of her elaborate wedding ajso police for lhas already married her John- four other beatings of women ny-come-lately his and children. mother said today. Xhe remorseful still i Mrs. Ludwig Latither said her hazy from a was held I telephoned her to- f0r felonious as- to say that he_andBernice sault pJHrc said Driver Won't Endure Abuse Historic Wake Island Quiet Again After Conference WAKE Oct. barren having ISTAVBUL. Oct. happy. Mrs. Lauther said she row Unconfirmod reports rcceiv- did not know where the wedding pd here tonight said Russia is took place or where the runaway massing troops on her frontier Newark couple is now. Turkey and Iran. The re- Bernice left her home here pens came'from Kars. a Turkish'Friday less than 24 hours toun near the frontier. before she was to have married These reports said six clivi- Rohrrt Wallman. 'about six The department made Mrs. Katherine of thc Turkish border just east of months. Public one of the heaviest cas- Palisades he Knrs. The reports said four of of the Korean con- said she abused him for the the all trained in guer- today. way he manipulated his bus. 12-member outgoing cabinet no tified Ben-Gurion after a heated caucus today that they WEEHAWKEN. N. J.. Oct. 15 fo a re- -JJJ-Verbal O'Dell of Paterson cent in would be sought tomor- is one bus driver -ho just Us parf jn hjstory again_ b quiet this afternoon. loi TOO mucn _ Al_ _ -t abuse. In he had a woman pas- ing lrom the government senger arrested today on a dis- ______________ 'orderly persons charge for what Casualty List Unusually Heavy he was that 28.000 Arrested O'Dell stopped at Weehawken land asked an officer to arrest Rpfls battle broke out on tre road be- the guards turned their ri- fles on the then rlubbct' thTn uniil they believed all wore dead. Br. ver escaped however. Brewer said he was captured Friday afternoon on a road over which Cavalry units had 7 passed the dav before. The Reds three bloc-member mm- The president of the United General MacArthui -and wpre to hters said they wero withdraw- The brass and big who rame with them-are gone. brcak out First sunbathed airstrip is empty save for the big -J- Oct. 15 planes that move through on their way to and from 'of the colorful five-star general Only hours the at- the matter-of-fact midwest- tcntion of all the world was crner- focused cm this little strip of land came in shadow_ of the far out in the Pacific. and silvpr presidential Cavalry was fashioning around the area. rilla and one company Weather of hght were rd at Yerivan near the triangle where Russia. Turkey Iran OHIO Increasing cloudiness come LONDON. Oct. 15 munist China said today it had cement and frame office arrested 28.000 since two of the most influ streaks oi ugm Strike Idles Canton Buses ing in action in the Korean area. tne correctly. In Korean casualty list No. Werhawken police released in iisi 00_ and high to north ag n_ Mrs. Keel m bail for a hear- and to south portion Mon- Thc tomorrow n.ght. i i- Ulay. Tuesday cloudy with scat- Former Actress To Wed showers. Minister's Son department said that six others HOLLYWOOD. Oft H 'T Col fen T'Hvnsrnd. aban- rionrd a nioxic rarorr to serve in is going to iriRiry a minister's son. Or LOUIS II pastor of the Hollywood rirst Presbyier- inn announced n om hi1- ptiipi- that Miss son Louis II Ji 'Js and the wed- ding is sot for Chnsimas. Sunday's i IT 6 r m 2 -r M 1 i m ZAHESVILLE SKIES TODAY Sunrise 8 a through the tropic darkness at Oct. 15 Hpr actions O'Dell rharppd aiTOSTPn two ot the most mnu- Canton's 64 buses were left 'w 1 prevented operaSg 19J9. on char.cs of spy- ential men of these times sat a wounded. 30 injured anrt miss f 6 for thp States anrt aown together to the huts seemed cause of the third transportation Nationalist threat of war'and draft a lormu- cK.lloul of place strike here in four years. f la Preserve the of as the biR The walkout was called this was contained in The gray-haired blue-suited. surrounded them in morning by AFL Bus Drivers broadcast report on the opening 66-year-old president had flown f th and Mechanics. Thev voted ov- T om -milnc tn cnprtfl Ufl- J-- Mar who had flown m erwhelmmgly. union sources i t n fhe before from said to reject a compromise S. hart been suprrme commanrlrr all unn- of t'he wa2P scttlement offered by Can. cd Nations Jorrcs In presidential plane to grasp Mr. ton City Inc. mintanc Truman's hand and half em- hein- the full 15 in rountor-rpvolutionary on that as historv a mi be Those listed as wounded were.The daughter of against the Chinese records tho ganani su i. time felt tomorrow. When 34T- hurt in the injured hurt Mr. and Mrs William B Stcv- of a battalion ot moetins vou. thp pres- TOO bus riders get up thev will in arridontP. Beverly died of suffo- 'thousand Mvihan v ho _______________ ration enily the office of DAILY STRITK doiondod ihis isiand two fij long work. STATESM DIES 'Coroner Herbert P. Lvle report- MFXK'O riTY. Orr weeks next the general replied Drivers now are earning a LISBON. Oft 15 -'.PL-- Anton- ed. El one of Mexico the .lapanrso tne Beginning 01 handshaking fcr minimum of 37 and io Maria prirromiP- It said apparently the child's CiU's major rlailv World n they entered a ics make a base of an nrc- movcmont during her Fleep to anpnar fndav a rf.u t o. a But no one wno a ne e battered and dented 1948 hour. Tw were asking raises in the sleeping hac to press srnV of its approximately to please. 25 cents an hour. others previously lisieri as had returned to United Na- military control. Child Suffocated By Sleeping Bag CINCINNATI. 0 lof a new photo exhibition in more than miles to spend to show how j1Vc hours with the 70-year-old isior of Political rA 1926 dictl Hghtly against her throat. 'employes.   

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