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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1953, Zanesville, Ohio Complete Daily Programs Radio WHIZ and In Your "TR" Every Morning The Times Recorder "Today's News Today" Only Paper Delivered By RFD The Same Day It Is Printed 69TII 218 t'HONE J-4SS1 n I'AGKS ZANESVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1SJ53 WEATHER: I'KOBABI.E SHOWERS FIVE CENTS ADAMS MILLS MAN KILLED IN CRASH Whitlingers Expected Home O JL Ill-Feelin Growing Over Truce Allies Awaiting Reply To Demand For Prisoners MUNSAN, Thursday. Sept. welter of pro- tests from both the United) Nations command and the1 Communists added tension! and growing ill feeling today to the administration of the Korean mili- tary armistice. THE GRAVEST complaint was an Allied demand Wednesday for "prompt action" from the Reds in explaining why Allied pris- oners, including Americans, were not returned in Operation Big Switch which ended Sunday. "We now demand that you re- turn these people to us or account to us for each of these said Maj. Gen. Blackshear M. Bry- an. Allied senior member of the military armistice commission. "Here is the list. We expect prompt action." KOREAN Lt. Gen. Lee Sang Cho reserved the right to answer later. There were other irritations, at or near the surface: 1. A Polish member of the neu- tral nations supervisory inspection team at Kangnung, on the east coast of South Korea, made a "last chance" bolt to freedom Wednes- day while a plane warmed up to take his team back to Red Korea. The Pole. Jan Hadjdukiewicz, was given sanctuary "in line with tra ditional United States policy of pro- tecting and assisting political refu- gees." The U. S. Army said the Reds were expected to protest and demand his return at a meeting of the supervisory commission today. 2. THE COMMUNISTS seized on an incident involving the striking of a Swedish officer on the neutral nations inspection team by angry U.S. enlisted man at Tae; The chief of the Swedish group on the supervisory commission, Maj. Gen. Sven Grafstrom, said he con- sidered the incident closed, but the CLEVELAND, Sept. members of the Cleveland Press' U.S. 8th Army announced the en-j editorial staff were convicted of contempt of court late today by listed man would be tried by a spe- Common Pleas Judge Joseph H. Silbert. cial court. The Reds called it aj The case lhc taking of a photograph in Judge Silberfs "shocking and infuriating inci- courlroom aftcr thc jucjgc had told one of the defendants no pictures would be allowed. I'FC. JOHNNY Whul.r.ger. who and invite Pfc. Whitlingcr to "eat spent 27 months in a Communist hurts." prison .somewhere in nor'.nern Ko- THE rea is back in the United S-ates --on. bo leaving San Fran- cisco at noon tomorrow, tor tr.e> and should return home with his to tret t-ain r parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Whit- and their train i x r> Killed When Auto Kuns Into Ditch And Capsizes linger of 613 Moorehe.'u! avenue roach Sunday nometime Sunday according to That will be or.i- iy for present plans. returning tv-ro's 'JOth but It was a happv rcun.on on a dock ;ht' partv. at which a b..; _ turkcv u ul be the pie< e rte resis- in San K-ancisco yesterday morn- bt, a Body Found By Deputy Sheriff Making Routine Check Along Fraxeysburg Road; Victim Apparently Alone In Machine Clarence Sunafrank, about 35, of Pa. 1, Conesville, Forgotten were many long withholding further p'.a-.s for trie found lying dead beside hi.s wrecked automobile in a hours of anguish suffered by par- reception off road one half mile south of the 5 Tca IJWt eager embrace. not'bev'en "nor Deputy Sheriff Robert Lacey, enroute to Frazeysburg The son somc-t.me, almost hv Uie RJda on a routine office starved until he weighed only 9, ._ in.sTamly from brokcn ncck ing about 9 o'clock when lingers wete reunited. Until the hour of the ar rival is learned. members ,ir< the Reds on a weighed only -'a was -nte.u-ed to ,he wic-kage pounds: the parents who never or soldier Uen Kave up hope alter he ,eport- ed missing in action, then a pris oner of war. didn't want to remem- had informed tne captors he ber anything except they were to- :ind, Amwican prisoners had gethcr once again. n FOR THK KIKST time the par- He of I0 ents learned their soldier son had lnj, aboard the Navy Transport suffered a shrapnel wound in bat- John thilt mm tie before he was captured April !U other home and said 21. 1931. And it still bothers him hc 0 or MX- at times, he said. mjurCl. thc fofn were: City Editor Louis Clifford. fined 5500 and costs, and sentenc- ed to the custody of the sheriff for one hour. 'Soldier Indicted i Slaying Of block .ind one that housfs the The wave of burglaries and rob- toughest men. officials La- in the Zanesville area last werp from th- walis night rose- to eight since Monday .ind smasher! on floor P.eds -'fid loss in the past 72 hours wi-ie sinash.-d and "earing the mark. P'-'l. I THK NKW burglaries which oc- IN TWO WINfi. th- in- currcd sometime Tuesday night reutrai rna't.> kn.-hon h-Ip is kopt. similar late yesterday. disturbanr.-s w.-ro heard air! in- Burglars broke into the new Two Mde o'firo's sr-nnled for from Thirty club on the West pike on tow.-r and wall men On-> !h" outskirts of Zanesville and was for cuts the fscaped with an estimated SG10 in cd to thc ncutral natlons mspert-on team. anfj :infl also brokc, into thc Val- sslovakia only, THK J'OI.K, Jan Hajdukiewicv, was given political asylum by Hd when he s.-r.a-h-.-d a w.r.'io.'. Czechs Ordered Member 01 Trace Team To Pay Dues Bolts To Sanctuary With US To World Bank world and costs. Harold T. St. John, 25. of Blan- chester, Mass.. yesterday was in- Sam Giaimo, fined dlclcd b-v the Muskingum county igrand jury on a charge WASHINGTON. Sept. 9 A 19-nation committee of th bank recommended bank suspend Czecho: Iron Curtain member of the 55-j nation institution, unless she com-1 pletes her dollar subscription the bank by Dec. 31. AT THK SAMi: time, hov an official of the Monetary Fund (IMF) reported T> i> T) that Czechoslovakia has taken, DlimS steps to clear up its status with! v" SEOUL. Thursday. Sept. Polish member of a team policing the Korean true" bolted to U. S. sanctuary ve.sterd.iy even as a plane wanned up to take him back to North Kon-a. "It's my last he blurted to a .startled U. S. officer attach- Fireman Injured J British Launch Fired On By Chinese Ship HONG KONG. Thursday, Sept. British Royal Navy said today a Red China war vessel fired on a Hong Kong defense corp as, fined 5100. suspended. I lsuamcs- I Attorney Tom J. Edwards, Ren. Nationalist China !s thc only u t u THK BRITISH admiralty in Lon-'eral counsel for the Scripps-How-lAtterbury. Ind. is accused of arrcars on w..h th- Polish delegation ar.d tne mo.t th m said six men were killed. Thc lard newspapers, said the case atal shooting o. Joseph U. Hard-' h h KOIiKKT MOIUSAN, stationed at on m- n.-u team, had th" interior o. f M nllc actict- the IMF, twin institution to the bank. Czechoslovakia still owes the murder in the hitchhike hanlc of her million I'HOTOfiRArilKR James of a state official 26.Subscription quota in dollars for ST. JOH.V.AWOL from Camp, thc bank s capital.
to srrso rh-1 :o -r on the- amount Jcar.ette O- Sept. 0 reTj.red. The office man- nr i Doig..'is McGr-sor. w_n .Ir... admmis- Amenci o: president of college, -v.s travon no..v done bv .________________________ C The new definition states: "A POWER KAIT.URK no.osy. tra'.on wo.-1-: now being done 1 >r Appoint-r.tn's bo made by of Tecr.- ...p co -n.y comrnrtees, but corn- m.tieemer! app'.y for jobs Jest For This Mo mine; 'Iron Mule' Goes To Museum LIV V O Sept. 9 A Uma- L. !i "iron rnule" that rounds cor- a cat after a mouse is irto a railroad museum at i No 6 was built by the Lima Works to traverse the ro teinin of almost inaccessi- o> ri.r.es m West Virginia and V ir.vi mountains. Its unusual on permitted it to bend i cat's back in taking curves v.-ti r.e.v.ble wheel action. :h.m 10 yoars old now, thc locomotive has been ren- obsolete by the use of diesels. w.li into a Baltimore and O-...T museum opened this summer Ha'.timore. INniCTKD IN SLAYING Mass.. Sept. 9 2o-year- today first 2-1 slay- Mr-old friend. tor.
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