The Zanesville Signal (Newspaper) - October 7, 1951, Zanesville, Ohio i 1 t- SUNDAY TIMES SIGNAL 69TH 12 OCTOBER 7, 1951 TEN CENTS Major Battle Taking Shape in Korea Red Hot Giants 6-2, To Capture Second Victory FIRST BLOOD FOR Bobby third scores easily on Willie Bingle in second Inning of yesterday's Series Yankee Catcher Berra strains for late throw from No 9 is next Giant Catcher WKS Proposed Law Hits Political Profiteers Oct. 6 In- of the Democratic and Republican national chairmen vided stage settings today for a senate move to the profit out of political Senator McCarran an- he would lead a drive for at least senate approval of such a before congress adjourns this McCarran told a. reporter he believes recent senate and some still hanging entitle the measure to a rank among hills pressed by administration forces for adoption before congress The senate judiciary committee Michael V. whose Football Results Michigan State 24, Ohio State 20 Muskingum 13, Heidelberg 13. Northwestern 20, Army 14 Stanford Michigan 13 Indiana 13, Pitt 6 Purdue 34, Iowa 30 Xavier 32. Miami 34 Ohio U. 13. Western Michigan 0 California 55, Minnesota 14 Princeton 24, Navy 20 Brown 14, Yale 13 Columbia 33, Harvard 0 Additional scores on sports Tax Penalty May Be Put On Meat Firms Oct. 6 Accused Police Chief Found Shot to Death FORT N. Oct. 6 Police Chief Fred who ished after he was indicted was found shot dead today in a heavily wooded area and said there was no doubt it was The veteran police officer died a few miles north of where gambler Willie Moretti was slain Thursday in Cliffside but police saw no connection between the was indicted by a special county grand with two other borough of- on charges they failed to properly investigate two bling Acting Bergen county detective Chief Nathan said there was i Homer Good For 3 Runs NEW Oct. 6 L i p p y Durocher's wonder boys did it again loped the Yankees 6 to 2 for their World Series victory and for the first time established themselves as favorites to capture the big Egged on by 52.07.5 est crowd to witness a Serins game in a National league Giants slammed Vic Raschi the hill in a fifth inning uprising capped by I home run and went on to win the third contest Until Gene Woodling whacked a husky homer off Sheldon Jones with one out in the the mighty Bombers had collected only four of them very tall Jim Hearn in eight and two-thirds well Tomorrow the National league champs will be playing on their home grounds again and they have Sal the finest well rested and anxious to get at Casey gel's Eye View of Power Plant Site Alert Allies For Big Red Push Today These ducks of domestic apparently on leave from a nearby got into the ture when a Times Signal photographer was pointing his camera across the river at the site of the Ohio Power company's new Muskingum now under construction four miles upstream from Beverly and This photograph was made from roadside park along State Route 77 north of For a full-page story and pictures of the progress on Ohio Power's second plant in the Muskingum turn to the first page of Section Dinner to Be Held Tomorrow Community Chest Kick-Off Atom Program Say Congressmen The 1952 Community Chest campaign will be launched at o'clock tomorrow night at a kick-off dinner at j Oct. 6 Goal for the which will continue through generally refused to get ex- promising slopes Oct. 18, is Eleven agencies will share in today Stalin's and won ru commanding announcement is testing A- Twice in three weeks of bloody they taken the height only to be hurled LA Guns Lay Down Barrage as Enemy Groups for Attack U. S. EIGHTH ARMY Oct. 7 Signs of an impending pitched tle in Western more than 35 miles north of were reported today by a U. S. First Cavalry Division staff He said the big battle was ex- to develop during the Allied tanks and infantrymen on the At American be- gan laying down a barrage of and high ex- plosive shells over the of the Valley where nese were Last night U. S. First Cavalry troops and Greek infantrymen beat off heavy Chinese attacks in a grenade and bayonet tion north of a pooled dia- patch Allied driving the before seized most ot objectives Saturday in their I western In thf American and Con- French troops stormed the Of Larman S. Sherwood of New With two of his top blind lecturer Reynolds and already j will be the speaker at j knocked box in their instructions Stengel was reduced to ing on Johnny veteran of many National league campaigns who came to the Yanks on waivers during the Giants ers were convinced tonight they had first money in the Until he finally lost his control completely in the Hearn pitched inspired ball today McCarran heads is agents have reported ceiling doubt had committed ed to consider Monday the by 740 meat He police saw It is a measure announced a plan to between Stengel's death sored by Senator Byrd and offenders through the tax jarid murder NEW Oct. 8 The fourth game of the World Series at the Polo Grounds tomorrow between the New York Giants and the New York start at p.m. instead of 1 p. m. This U because of York state law which forbids starting of a game until that time on The starting time for all the remaining of Series will be 1 p. m. the held campaign lead-1 ers and workers will be given J. Lincoln chairman of year's Knapp yesterday report meeting wi at noon The IUK T HUMANITY Excise Tax Revisions Approved One member the atomic committee urgi vast sion of the program In light of but others willing be quoted present American plans are Except about the In far northwest some 200 miles behind Rod 33 U.S. jets slashed into three times many Mig 15s. One American plane was shot in which heard Tne air force reported one Red latest Soviet explosion probably waji destroyed for the first time today and and were a still was no sign that tax on attitude to prevail armistice baseball acted on be The series of other excise tax changes a break NO Bov Center others to prohibit officials of national political party fees or other benefits for negotiations with federal agencies In behalf of themselves or Byrd has described the measure as designed to provide the ment with new weapons to combat DiSalle said the government Is exploring tbe possibility of in tbe figuring of tax any business cost de- ductions attributable to tbe ment of payments for live and appeared well on his way Three youngsters on their way or bettering his great and homo from the nearby Englewood performance a ga i t to wartime in the fund are Community Service Girl Hospital rare fund needy at and Good New Concord Youth Salvation visiting to 515.950; United Defense fund house had voted to raise the tax to 15 but lne interest in Stalm s an- senate insisted was centered around and other baseball possibility it may lead to an- he treed of the other great power effort to work golf club discovered the gel was lying about 300 feet from a parked police detective He Brooklyn in the first game of the j The budget also includes 11.200; National league for for But walks finally got the for administration had been shot through the bailer from When he and to and a police service revolver lay President Truman gave notice sued his eighth pass of the session The conference In until acted on upward of 100 to but continued to by vime of the bic as the of the increase in the Individual Income Members talked hopefully of reaching a. nal agreement by The fax in one of the delaying final ment of out international and even this Qf was taken with a KorPa ot Stalin mentioned such saying they were be- ing blocked by the U. S. Many believed Issue of a change in the truce man's An Eighth officer said Saturday Bight that looks as If offensive to nearly H ay drive had ain Communist line Choi won in the part of the in to Joe Collins with two away in the for to force across the been on the force The goal this year represents percent increase over the bartering in political influence Thursday that all federal lui the profit out of political will cooperate run gnd the W raised in 1351. Chest officials many of which were not in follow-up years dtf not Durocher waved in Jones to re- out that operating costs have for had A judiciary subcommittee today disclosed that the whether anv notes had Hank on a tap to the increased in many of the to raise the tax on reserving j internal revenue bureau may The time of death had not formal is reported a major role in discouraging to have revised Byrd's to j Hp had in pose penalties on any national The defense production act. Di- with Fort minee or Salle authorizes Mr and to decide to what extent over- Rocco 1. Solicits or accepts anything of ceiling or fines paid the officials hsd value from a client he represents price control shall properly rwo or helps before a federal j regarded by tax authorities in in Fort 1. Solicits or receives business One oj lhe addresses listed was including jobs or promises intend to consult with other known as the one of of jobs for himself or in government agencies to work out Adonis and for his influence in any procedures for implementing governmental and it would conceivably are in prison for was about the most and also that may have expanded fo a 17 miles north of lrl 38. is at the southwest corner of the old tri- formod by in was packed with more and in the propaganda than What the had withdrawn propaganda will lead to remains from many of their strong But diplomatic sources in QJ those who here the move will to the third division made at the United wounded 522 and cap. The committee now has worked Nations general assembly all the excise tax ing in In of tbe on atomic enr dramatic moment of an otherwise services one sided It was a rather raggedly fielded each team committing a pair of The Yankees made two early in the fifth and so none of which poured across was which shot Corn Flake on from to a on from 7 lo 8 cents a land on automobiles from 7 to 10 i of the manufacturers' j These and other jn Russia with a few excise tax cuts Rep. Jacknon joint gy urged that funds for atomic energy ment be increased from the ent m year to as much as to He said The second atomic test him that of in the first Two Third Division and the First Cavalry divison now stand in area used by the Reds ji past toward of hurled hack a nos north of Turn to 1 near the BATTLE Mich. Oct 6 oy it js According decision maae manding 1-ad" in the A-bomb by first frarne things is not fulfilled or intended to be s Gas Poisons 33 Workers Production Plans Snarled penalty may be against persons in the in- dustry found paying above for live he OPS price is in ahead and already has had Mainly because of his w an apparent effect in depressing Oct. 6 The the of live cattle CIO chaired today that the virtually he tjon's defense with on the paths the tap for behind be- was a to Turn to n ir to a the and ally Trie une of had no limit on the m- ied in Leila taxes inning with a scorching frr and retail left and scored a cr millions by bis and young Willis Mays fast food trado mark his first hit of a diod at of 91 1 banjo single info field irlE a circulatory from to had 13 for had beer virtually blind 1937 although to almost all 01 a of maintain an active interest in addM by sonate and multi-million dollar Turn who took the com from force until 1. 1954. 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