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The Times Recorder (Newspaper) - April 3, 1951, Zanesville, Ohio Southeastern Ohio's Largest Newspaper Goes Into Homes Every Morning The Times Recorder News Only Paper Delivered by RFD The Same Day It Is Printed V 67TH 80 OUB PHONE APRIL COOL FIVE GENTS SENATE CHALLENGES POWER Communists Assembling Largest Body Of Troops Yet Committed In Korea Plans Spring Hampered By Vulnerability Of Lines Of Supply To Allied Air Bombardment April Chinese and North Korean Reds are massing the largest number of fresh and seasoned troops ever committed in the Korean al MacArthur's headquarters said Intelligence estimates figured the reinforcements at the front swell the Red potential to at least 63 more men For the second straight MacArthur's communique made to the Red massing These were concentrated on the central front where a Communist spring is But the communique said huge enemy potential was handi 4 Administration i I 1SC11KU1U2) r OF I 1U1 Snyder Declares Billion Hike To Be Enough April The administration day slashed its tax ments by for the next fiscal But Secretary of the Treasury Snyder made it plain that this is only a an- other multi-billion dollar ment on President Truman's tax program will be asked next Snyder told the house ways and means committee that a single tax increase already asked of congress will be enough this year because revenue collections are and government spending is than Mr. Truman had It now Snyder as If there'll be a plus rather than the expected deficit at the end of the 1951 fiscal next June 30. Snyder said with that action on the posed increase not be cannot emphasize too he told the committee the current budget plus is temporary and that we must guard against the ranted conclusion that it will be maintained in the v Train Derailed Near Marion 0., April 2 A New York Central freight train derailed west of Marion plowing up 600 feet of both main No one was Thirty-eight cars of the 76-car eastbound freight left the They piled up like Railroaders flagged down the fast NYC No. 41, just short of the The ger was en route from Cleveland to St. They said two days would be needed to clear the main tracks Traffic was through The accident occurred two and one-half miles west of which is about 15 miles west of Pair Sentenced For Forgery April 2 John 22, and Frank 20, were sentenced to the reformatory today after they pleaded guilty to charges of for- Assistant County Prosecutor Thomas Steuve told Criminal Court Judge Louis J. Schneider that the young men were taken into custody at They were taken as probation violators after they took two 15- year-old Cincinnati girls to that city in Steuve told the Forgery charges capped by laying supplies and troop movements to attack by Allied The communique enemy is engaged in a tactical and strategic ing of major units with the appearance of new united near the provide him with a potential strength of at least 63 the greatest of any period in the Korean factors are the vulnerability of his tions and his limited logistic ca Ground action was limited largely to American tank patrols ranged Monday almost two miles north of the 38th They fought off an hou Red and The Reas continued huge con- Select Centers For Deferment Examinations April 2 Selective service named today the examination centers at which college students will take tests for possible draft At the same time the agency set forth the rules of the movements cover ol which will be given May darkness and cloudy U. S. counted Fifth air force pilots enemy vehicles Monday night on North Korean roads leading down to the battle They claimed destruction of 100. The Red traffic was only slightly under the record total of for Sunday Air observers said large bers of Red troops were dug in on the central and East Central fronts above the 38th One large group was spotted northeast and southeast of a town seven miles north of the There also was a large troop movement in the area south of the is eight miles north of 38 on a highway used previously by the Reds in at- tempts to burst through the lied line in Central Ground activity all across rea Monday was so limited that the Eighth army claimed only 335 enemy casualties throughout the Bricker Accused Of 4Smear' 2 Chief Judge William Denman of the U. S. court of appeals at San today accused tor Bricker of him and other judges Denman said Bricker made a against him and six associated judges after the release on bail of Harry Bridges during his peal from conviction of falsely denying he had ever been a com- munist Denman RITA HUNGRY FOR HOf DOG Rita Hayworth says to America as she arrived in New York yesterday on the liner De Saying the first thing she intended to do was to have a hot the film star denied reports of a rift between her and her Prince Aly Votes Against Sending More Troops To Europe Without Prior Approval Surprise Action Forces Administration Backers To Call Off Plans For Quick Showdown On Question April senate hurled a surprise challenge today to President Truman's authority as commander-in-chief of the armed It went on record against sending more than four more divisions to without The strenuously opposed by the 1 came at the climax of the phase of the on foreign By an unexpected vote of 49 43, the senate adopted the amendment ed by Senator McClellan two hours after it 46 to 44. Mr. Truman's supporters took AURIOL CITES PERIL French President Vincent Auriol tures vigorously as he spoke yesterday to a special session of He warned that if his country falls before the forces of the whole world will be in Vice dent Alben and Speaker Sam Raybum are seated at rear 26, June 16 and June 30. There was no announcement of the passing grades to be quired or the scholastic ing which also will be ed. A selective service spokesman said these standards will be an- The tests will be given to draft registrants who have and plan to their college or university graduate or High school graduates and ers who are candidates for ad- mission to their first year of col- lege will not be eligible to take the test until they have entered The announcement said all eligible registrants who wish to take the test should apply im- They must get a postcard plication from any local draft fill it out and mail it in. The application in the form of a double may be obtained only from draft It is already addressed to the draft board but to selective service examining section of educational testing P. O. Box 586, N. J. The student does no addressing just folds the ble card after filling it plies a stamp and mails the complete The address is on the reverse side of the cation Actor In Hospital For Checkup April 2 Clark 50, entered Cedars of Lebanon hospital today for what his studio called routine five-day checkup his first in 12 A studio spokesman said Gable will start work on a new film soon after he leaves the said Bricker the seven judges in a press lease March 29 in which Bricker urged that congress federal particularly some who have freed or alleged There was no immediate com- ment from The Weather Colleges named as tion centers by Selective ice yesterday Ohio uni- versity at Franklin and Ohio State sities at Ohio leyan at Denison at Marietta at Marietta and Muskingum college at New Fined On Tax Charge April 2 George W. 57, president of the H F Busch sausage was fined over most and given a suspended year tions of the state and cool Wednesday with ly rising Monday's 10 a m 12 2pm 4pm 42 45 46 6 p m 8pm 10 P m 12 Midnight 44 43 42 39 ZANESVILLE SKIES TODAY and a day prison sentence today for income tax Judge John H. Druffel passed sentence in U. S. district court after Doerr pleaded The court said he suspended the on term because cf age because he had cooperated j Times Comic Page Today Conceals Jackpot Monday afternoon the master of The Times Recorder telephone quiz called five residents of Southeastern gave them part of a tence which appeared on day morning's editorial and asked them to complete it. The question was taken from the joke column entitled The Office Cat part read to each contestant all the automobiles in the United States were placed end to All that any of the con- have had to do to take down the 00 prize would be to say would be Sunday and by correctly complete the The following calls were completed in the order ed: Mrs. G H. Mrs. A. F. RFD No. 2, Lore Mrs. Kern J. 136 E King St. S Mr Lester Miss Jean Grace Barnesville Miss Squibb and Mr. Buchanan will each re- a consolation award of while Mrs. Mrs. Mallett and Mrs. Jones pre- ferred to receive the paper for several The answer to today's tion will be worth and will be found on the same page as the comic The answer not be difficult if you really read carefully the page Don't think that there is no use being pre- pared because you never can tell when your phone will ring with the at the other end waiting to be er practically all of the big winners of quiz prizes are the very same people who er expected to be Auto Workers Vote Strike Fund April 2 The CIO United Auto Workers union voted itself a strike fund and a multi-million dollar political action kitty day by approving a tested dues The UAW leadership pushed through the increase after a raucous The amending the union's passed by a margin of or better in a show of Snake noise foot stomping and calls all were brought to bear in the demonstrations following the individual Found Guilty Of Draft Evasion April 2 A U. S. district court jury day found 25-year-old Loy nal Imboden of Logan Route 4 guilty of draft U. S. District Judge Mell G. Underwood returned Imboden to the custody of the U. S. marshal until Underwood did not indicate when he planned to pass The jury returned the guilty verdict 2M- hours after receiving the Judge Underwood over- ruled a motion by Imboden's at- to dismiss the case soon after The case went to the jury at p. m. Spanish War Pension Hike Sought April 2 with government agents during House passage sent to the Bomber Down In Desert AprO 2 A superfortress with 14 aboard crashed into the desert near here but the air force believes its occupants ed to The bomber was on a routine No Signs Of Agreement In Textile Strike N. April 2 About of the south's textile workers struck day for more Management and union spokesmen tonight dis- the The approximately who refused to work scattered ies of five states are members of the Textile Workers Union of America The first day of the strike brought no indication when con- tract negotiations might be re These ried on two weeks under a ing period requested by the defense collapsed Saturday Many of the plants produce war don't see how we can sibly meet the union for a minimum hourly wage of said Clarence of North Carolina's Cone Mill Cor- we know whether our prices will support such costs it is impossible for us to commit ourselves to higher he The union says the ern wage minimum is The claims about 90, 000 of the south's textile workers as About 000 members are training flight out of March by contracts which have not Force about 200 miles west of The air force said that i ers flying over the scene of the crash sighted 14 parachutes on the u n t s were dispatched to the The Riverside county sheriff's office said the superfortress plunged the nf a hill about 15 miles east of a that Yugoslav secret police slug munity called Desert Center in ged her chief diplomat in the grade over the head with pistol air force said the bomber I The foreign ministry said Hungary Charges Diplomat Slugged April 2 Hungary charged today Gen. Issues Initial Order To Army a serious view of the even though the amendment ex- presses only sense of the and is not binding on the who contends he las the power to send troops anywhere they are The setback caused Senator McFarland of cratic floor to abandon his plan to push the Europe issue to a final vote Although the senate had pre- agreed to stay on the job until the issue was disposed McFarland requested a re- It was granted by mous giving the ad- ministration time to regroup its forces before voting is resumed Support which developed day for the McClellan mend caused speculation about what would happen tomorrow when some Republicans plan to press for action that would seek to restrict by law Mr. Truman's power to send more troops over- seas on his own The McClellan amendment was adopted only a few hours after the senate had interrupted its session to hear President Vin cent Auriol of in an ad- dress to plead that free nations must Western Europe against aggression or face the risk of civilization's col- As the resolution now endorses Mr. Truman's plan to send four more divisions of ground troops to join Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's inter- national But It claims for congress the right to pass on all future McClellan's amendment made the grade on the second vote be- cause Senators Case Frear and George Takes Command Of Treaty Forces April Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower ly took command of his tered ana tic treaty divisions and admitted there are some aches in getting them ready to defend But the confident and smiling told a news conference of nearly 200 reporters that ering the magnitude of the all was going He ex- pressed hope there would be no delay in defense legislation in the United In his usual breezy and easy he declared his ization was to and provide an over the individual security of the 12 nations in the switched sides and Senators Wiley and Young McClellan not recorded on the first voted for it the second told reporters his was flying in formation with two Capt. Mack G. pilot of one of the companion its Belgrade charge Istvan was hit on his The reported 14 statement said Hrabec had to be open in the air shortly i ordered back to Budapest be- before the bomber started its cause proper treatment of on No Snare Tire On New Cars April 2 If you want a spare tire your new you'll have to buy it The national production ity directed today that new passenger cars be delivered with only four Purpose of the order was to save rubber for tractor and farm ment Several major on their own already have stopped including a spare tire with new passenger proper his wounds could not be anteed in Hungarian foreign expresses its strongest test against the ative said the The Hungarian version said Hrabec was slugged when he tried to help his who had been from his trampled in the kicked and by the Yugoslav 6-10 a. m. Wednesday I'll a m ing tax payments totaling their I ate today a liberalizing of Doerr was charged with ice pensions for veterans of May Lift Toll From Bridge April 2'-UP) The state bridge commission Today's edict is will study the question of a general order which cuts making the East tons a month the amount i W. bridge over the provision means that from the four the dent should obtain the approval of congress before sending any additional unit or units of ground other than Painters Idle In Labor Dispute April 2 More than 600 AFL painters were idle here The work a spokesman ex- last Saturday no no work with our and some of the con- tractors just haven't signed up as Mathias H. of District 12, told a Fred tary of the Cincinnati Master Painting and Decorating Contractors of said so far as he none of the 21 member firms have signed re- committee met with un- ion bargainers Saturday and agreed to go along with the re- quest to raise the hourly pay from to he Eisenhower said the ment that he has taken over command is a formality in ing with the old military tion by which a new commander issues Order Number from his By this general he took over command of west Europe's defenses at exactly one after Responding to queries about possible congressional delay in the United States on defense Eisenhower declared that if any country showed re- get into this pool of cold up to our It would delay the whole tion of Bartender Shot Accidentally April 2 Ballistics tests showed police that a 36-year- old bartender was accidentally shot and killed by a special who went to his aid In tavern shooting Detective Capt. David E. said the bullet that killed Gerald Bradley came from a pistol held by John B. 26. Joseph 38, owner of the Family where the ing occurred wai wounded in the Hawkins went to their aid when a tavern patron pulled out a tol following an argument and started Three being held for Crime Counsel Undergoes Operation allowed for civilian New Moon Friday PROMINENT In the west 8 52 p m rises 10 09 p m. VISIBLE Mercury sets 8 00 p. m high In southeast 9 p m. 11 p m. follows the 093 in 1944 and 1945. CRUSHED TO DEATH 0., April 2 Spanish-American the Insurrection and the er There are now 15 rates of sion to these TO BUILD LIBRARY 0., April 2 Construction will start in May on the Bonebrake liam 18, was crushed would substitute just ical Seminary Dr. Ohio river toll I NEW April 2 Mrs. Elizabeth Linard of Chief Counsel Rudolph Halley of reported that today senate crime committee said the East Liverpool underwent an operation for her of Commerce reports bladder money is on hand to pay off statel He was reported resting issued bonds and end after the one-hour the she at Roosevelt hospital but is death today in an elevator standard rates of N. president of the to improve approaches to the I expected to be hospitalized a dent at Amstutz I and a 1 seminary said first or 10 4 O'Clock Is The Hour THE TIMES RECORDER PHONE QUIZ The answer to the question which will be asked today will be found on the Comic So our advice is not to stray too far from your telephone between 4 and 5 o'clock this may cost yon if yon
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