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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1942, Zanesville, Ohio                               THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL No. 26 WEDNESDAY JUNE 1942 TWO CENTS ommittee Votes To CCC 1OUSE VOTES WAR ON THREE PUPPETS Dissenting Adopted adorations Will Token Up by Tomorrow House unanimously ted today and sent to the te three separate resolu- declaring that the'Unit- lates is in a state of war Hungary and ania. All three had de- d war against this coun- ast senate is expected to pass A-ar resolutions against the satellites tomorrow and send to the White House for lential signature. was no house discussion war declarations as Demo- Loader John W. McCor- called them up one no Bulgaria Hungary ci and Rumania third. vote for the declaration st Bulgaria was announced 7 to that against Hungary 19 to and 360 recognition of a state ir will not materially change liliiary situation that has pre- I for six except for oundinp up of any dangerous tiers among the Bul- Rumanians and Hungar- in this country. n after tho president signs frlnrations he is expected to proclamations designating in Is of thoso countries living Vnited States as enemy The federal bureau of in- will an immed- roundup of thoso considered TOUS to tho peace and se- of this country. 1 cffpct of tlie declarations ar by I his rountry will be pronounced how- rhaps this decision will clar- hor t han confuse the pres- niornational said Edwin C. Colo. lould he of some benefit to 'i and should help our rela- with. nanian and Hungarian have been fighting action is expected vo n decided effect upon the 1 of tho Balknn states. sidont Roosevelt's request for war doclarat ions omitted which is also fighting Britain has declared war Finland but. there was lit- ikolihood that the United would do the same. Fin- has not declared war upon nitod as did the Bal- lot and has assured this nmont thai it is fighting to torritorial integrity. istruction Worker ired at Philo Mer of Brighton was severely injured norning when he fell from a 't wall at the Ohio Power my plant at Philo. was removed to Bethesda al for treatment of injuries hark. is employed by the SoIIitt ruction which is in 11 of the expansion project at hiln plant. taken to the hospital in ambulance. WAR BULLETINS ILONDON Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden told the house of commons today that the British government had no official information concerning reports that the Vichy French regime was per- mittimc German sailors to train on French warships. oc- cupation forces on the French island of Madagascar have oc- cupied 50 miles 'south of the naval base of IHcjjo It was announc- ed in Vichy today. LONDON The Prague according to announced today that 21 more Czechs had been exe- cuted as a result of the assas- ination attempt against Rein- hard deputy chief of the Nazi gestapo. NEW medium-sized U. S. cargo ship was torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic May 17 with loss of eight the eighth naval district announced last night. The vessel sank within an hour after two torpedoes from a submarine shattered the starboard side .of the the bridge deck and starboard lifeboats and engnLfed the stern in flames. S. of a medium sized British merchantman reported today that the submarine which sank their vessel off the Atlantic coast was a large type and appea red to be freshly painted. SWITZERLAND Laval was ported to have sent a second emissary to Count Charles Pineton De for consultations with Benito Mussolini in an effort to pacify Italian terri- torial demands against France. hun- dred thousand Dutchmen have been deported to White Rus- sia by German occupational Keuter reported from Berne quoting the newspaper Die Nation. Banked at ike-Bound Plant of the Belden Brick plant at Somerset today 'l' Tires banked in the kilns to settle a labor dis- i-'irl failed. the plant week because of over wnfces and the 1 -shop issue. if'UKh pickets were oslnblish- Mie company there has no Company is enpaRod in mnn- brick to he used on a housing project. 1NT HACK Dale of Van Wert filed petitions 'or the Republican nomina- or secretary of state. FATAL O. fITTM. .A holt Of struck and killed John while he was milking i farm miles cast of Cadiz. Commando Chief In Washington WASHINGTON Lord Louis head of the famed British arriv- ed here today to consult with resentatives of United States fighting Mountbatten. who is a cousin of King George holds the rank of vice admiral. His arrival disclosed by the British press coincided with the opening of important confer- ences between American and Brit- ish officials on Anglo-American production problems that are ex- pected to have a direct bearing on the grand strategy of the war against the Axis. Oliver British minis- ter of arrived here last night as the head of a British mis- sion to discuss American output of guns and ships with American production officials. Mountbatten presumably will consult with American military au- thorities on some details of the plans being drafted here and in London for smashing the Axis. Mountbatten was placed In charge of the British Commandos only having commanded thn British carrier Illus- trious following its repair in this country last year. It was considered possible that in his talks here Mountbatten might discuss certain aspects of training American counterparts of the whose daring raids on German outposts In Nor- way and occupied France have won them high acclaim. Disclosure that high Allied offi- cials are drafting master plnns of strategy came on good authority last night following the arrival of the Lyttelton mission. Children to Shore Barryrnore Estate HOLLYWOOD John Barry more's entire which was not expected to exceed in cash and personal will KO to his three it. was loarnod today funeral services for the famed not or who during his lifetime earned more than Tho which will he filed for probate next named sole neneficinries as 20-year-old Diann born of Barrymorc's marriage to his second Mich- ael and his two children hy his third Dolores Costello John Dlylh and Ethel 12. Ohio Housing Settlements Held Taxable Supreme Court Ruling Affects Local Project The state supreme court today held that metropolitan housing authority such as Zanesville's Cooper- mill are subject to local taxation. In the case of Poindexter vil- lage at a Negro hous- ing the high court ruled that public property is not ex- empt from taxation unless it is .used exclusively for a public pur- pose. Where dwellings are leased to family units for private the use is private and not the court held. The five to two court decision is expected to affect all such housing projects in the state. Zanesville's low-rent housing project on Pershing road was completed in 1941. It con- sists of 60 buildings which will house 324 family units. It was understood today that as a result of the new the federal government may assume full control of the projects and thus the properties would be exempt from state Con- trol of the Cooperrnill Manor project here is now held by the Zanesville Metropolitan Housing authority. Similar projects are located in Hamilton and Cincin- nati. Value of the 12 projects in the state is estimated at 000. O. A. director of the Columbus Housing authority which built and manages Poindexter vil- lage and three other pointed out today that the de- cision affects low-rent housing projects in Ohio which provide dwellings for about families. He said the low rents were based on annual rent in which the federal government provides SO per cent of the subsidy on con- dition that local communities pro- vide the other 20 per cent. Most local governments have con- tributed their share of the sub- sidy by not charging taxes. is not only the loss of the 20 per cent local subsidy at Corzilious said. loss may also result in the federal gov- ernment withdrawing its 80 per cent subsidy. Then if we had to charge economic rents in order to cover amortization of the proper- it would mean decided in- creases in He said he was not certain whether the decision could be ap- pealed to the U. S. supreme court. Pilgrim Church Buys Hamline Ave. Home Members of the board of the Pil- grim Evangelical and Reformed South Seventh to- day announced the purchase of the Jonh Leibrock 407 Ham- line avenue. The a seven-room brick will be used as the church parsonage. The interior of the dwelling will bo remodeled and will ho ready for occupancy late this month. The church parsonage at present is located at 1185 Ridge Mr. Leibrock tho house 12 years ago. Rev. K. Braun is pastor of the church. Stores Close at Noon Tomorrow Retail stores in Zanesville will obscrxro the season's first half holi- day closing at noon. The Thursday afternoon closing will continue in effect through AURUSt. Summer store hours became ef- fective closing each eve- ning at. 5 a hair hour earlier than usual. On Sat urdny.s the stores and shops re- main open until 9 p. POSTMASTER TO KNIJST mas- ter Nathan H. Ladd. father of six said that he would try to enlist in the army today. He said his wife would become postmaster if he should be ac- cepted. He served in the World war. DOTTY IN HOSPITAL MD. Dorothy movie today is in Johns Hopkins hospital for a general physical examination. SOVIET RUSSIA Bresf-Litovsk Breslou JJJ5Z3SE Pilsen Prague Gelsenkirchen 'Dortmund Krefetd Id GERMANY VICHY FRANCE Europe's second front so far Is a bomber front where massed hundreds of British by an Ameri- can air force warming its motors in blanketing Germany and Nazi-occupied areas with bombs. Devas- tating attacks hitting more and more industrial areas and key cities shown on map are a probable prelude to the coming second fighting front. Strike Out Funds for CCC Camp Administration Opposes Abolition Of Work Agency WASHINGTON. The House appropriations committee today voted to abolish the civilian conserva- tion corps. The reporting a bill for the federal security agency and the labor de- struck out an item of to continue the CCC in operation on a curtailed basis dur- ing the 1943 fiscal year starting July 1. The administration had proposed to operate 350 CCC camps. The labor-federal security appro- priations subcommittee had divided three to three on a motion to strike the CCC funds from the the tie vote permitting its reten- tion in the measure by the sub- committee. The CCC has been one the major targets of the congressional economy bloc ever since start of the war. President Roosevelt asked its on a con- siderably curtailed basis. He and CCC officials have pointed out in recent weeks that the CCC has been converted almost 100 per cent to war projects. With the savings on the CCC and other the total appropriations for the labor department and FSA were cut below the amount t voted for the current fiscal year. The full appropriations commit- tee did- not change the subcommit- tee's action in voting approval of the administration's request for for the National Youth along with an ad- ditional to continue NYA aid to college students. RAF Returns to Burning More Vigorous Raids Promised Royal AJir Force renewed hammering attacks on battered German war industries and the European coast today while official air circles envisaged a program that would concentrate bombers over a single axis target area in three hours. Earlier attacks by more than planes on Cologne and Essen revealed that the bomber com- mand had been successful in or- ganizing it was stated in official sources. Thus the previously disclosed proposals for raids by an average or planes nightly or more than a month may be regarded as feas- ible at some future date. Air experts pointed out that in the Cologne the planes were timed to reach their targets at six second intervals for 90 minutes. But in future they it is hoped to double the number of planes in a period of only two thusputting a bomber on the target every three or four seconds. RAF forces of several such as hit the Ruhr and some other areas again last will be employed on a sustained it was added. Tho night in which about 300 British planes were believed to have participated as compared to more than on Saturday and Monday extended over a wide area from the French and Dutch coasts to Germany's big in- land war industries. Gorman communique today so id that about 200 persons were killed in the big RAF raid on Col- but the Nazis have avoided specific comment on results of the Essen Pilots of tho British attacking which included American- built reported that they found smoke spread over many miles of the Ruhr and rising thou- sands -of into the sky and the results of last night's at- tacks were satisfactory. Tho Krupp Arms which wore the main target on Monday were understood to have boon attacked again in last night's raid. Gorman planes caused an air alarm in London during tho night and again attacked a town in .southeastern England. Berlin radio said the Germans dropped incendiary bombs on Can- terbury last The British attacks on Ger- many last night were on a re- duced scale compared to the Col- ogne and Essen raids. Watchers along the English coast heard the bombers returning before and was more than an hour before all had passed over. While the main torce of British planes concentrated on the others bombed northern especially the Cape Griz Nez coast- al area. A huge fire could be seen from the English coast. Maintaining the round-the-clock pace of strong forces of bombing and fighter planes raced over the southwest coast shortly Turn to Page Ten Costly Flash Flood Hits Belmont Co. MARTINS flash flood that caught Belmont county during the night caused property damage estimated today at A territory 10 miles long was drenched hy a cloudburt at Cole- six miles west of Martins Ferry. Glenns normally a placid quickly rose to a six-foot stage. Homes and roads were damaged. A trestle leading to the Florence mine of the y. O. Coal company was washed out and the em- ploying 300 was forced to shut down. There was no loss of life report- although several families had to be removed from their flooded homes. Six Allied Ships Sunk by U-Boafs The United Sinking of six United Nations ships by enemy submarines was announced by the navy today and last with a total loss of at least 15 one listed as prob- ably dead and 19 classed as miss- ing. The torpedoing of an American merchantman and a British ship occurred without casualties. The American was torpedoed in the Caribbean off Cuba May 9. The 38-TiiS.n crc'vV eight pass6ngors including 3-year-old Robert Da- of were landed at a West Indian port after 16 hours in a lifeboat. They were rescued by a U. S. navy vessel. Crew members said the boy's laughter and refusal to take the adventure seriously buoyed their spirits until rescue arrived. The British a large mer- went down May 6. Some of its crew of after four daysc In were landed at Cuba and others on the Yucatan Peninsula. Report Timoshenko Slightly Wounded Sem- yon commander of the Russian armies of the slightly wounded in the bat- tle of a Stockholm dis- patch to the Daily Mail declared today. Fragments from a bomb dropped by a German Stuka struck Timo- shenko and several members of his staff while they were inspecting a temporary airdrome at the the Stockholm dispatch said. Death Driver to Join Judge Clips His Jail Term to Slfj a fine of after Air Hero Thinks Mining the miners in the Butte pits stick their chests out a bit to- here's one reason They're all heroes to ttie navy's Lieut. Comm. Ed- ward H. who bagged six Japanese planes in a single battle over the Pacific. On a tour of the the naval was asked his im- pressions. lie said. isn't it risky pleading guilty ta a charge of growing out of a fatal traffic William J. of N. YM today agreed to join the army at once in order to escape an additional ten days of imprisonment in the Morgan j county jail. It is understood that ho will froc under terms of an offer by Common Pleas Judge Carlos Riecker to suspend 10 dnys of a 30-day sentence if An- thony would agree to enlist for Allornoy Emmett war service. Abol said that Anthony's sentence will be reckoned from the time of his May after his au- tomobile struck and killed 80-year- old Edward of Porters- as the elderly man crossed McConnclsville's Main street. The youthful Brooklyn motorist was indicted at a special session of the Morgan county grand jury and pleaded guilty when arraign- ed yesterday in common pleas court. In addition to imposing the fine and jail sentence. Judge Riecker suspended Anthony's driv- rights for one year. VinsontoAsk. 500 More Ships man Carl of the house naval affairs committee an- nounced today he will introduce legislation for a increased navy construction program esti- mated to cost It will provide some tons of new combatant in- cluding tons of additional aircraft carriers. Vinson said the program would produce more than 500 new fight- ing ships in addition to some 800 small vessels for patrol and mine duty. It was believed the propos- ed plan would virtually double the number of ships of the present fleet. Vinson predicted that the or- iginally projected two-ocean navy probably would be completed within the 24 and that as 'fast as the ways become vacant the new program will get under He said the new would tons of aircraft carriers. tons of cruisers of both light and heavy tons of destroyers and destroyer escort vessels which he described ns smaller but similar to the real 800 small vessels for use as patrol and mine Vinson declined to say how many aircraft destroyers and would be limiting his comment to the over- all estimate of than 500 new fighting Vinson introduced the new legis- lation shortly after the house ap- propriations committee had ap- proved a supplemental appropria- tion of for the including for the new which will number more than 100. Scattered Showers and scattered thunder storms today and moderate temperature this after- mild temperature tonight. Paris Cyclist Kills Pro-Nazi VTCHY. German au- thorities today widened their search for the unidentified assassin who shot and killed Albert Fascist and pro-Nazi edi- on a Paris street corner Tues- d ay. Clem en t's wh o was strolling with was wounded in the leg by the gunman who es- caped on a bicycle. The victim was editor of the newspaper Cri Du which is owned by Jacques often de- scribed as France's most fervent and who is believed in many French circles to be even closer to the German regime than Pierre Laval. When news of the assassination reached Laval was meeting with his collaborationist cabinet to discuss means of suppressing popu- lar outbreaks against the Nazi rule. A decision was reached to summon the dreaded for the se- curity of the to try persons charged with disorders. Among the first to face the trl- American Tanks Lead Libya Drive A British col- paced by 2S-ton American has captur- ed the Axis advance of Segnali in a 30-mile dash across the Libyan desert against the flank of enemy forces believed to be massing for a new strong drive toward it was announced today. Coi Gen. Erwin defeat- ed with heavy losses in his first attempt to rip apart the British defense positions and encircle was acknowledged to have succeeded in establishing a 10-mile wide or breach in the British minefield defenses about 40 miles southwest of To- bruk. Just west of this ex- tending from Mteifel Es-Seghir southward to Rommel was reported bringing up armored re- serves for a new assault aimed directly at the British strong hold 'of Tobruk on the Mediterranean Lieut. Gen. Neil M. Ritchie's Imperial eighth anticipating Rommel's struck suddenly westward across the desert from the vicinity of Bir Haeheim on the British left flank to Segnali which is about 55 miles behind the south of Rommel's desert bridge- head. Ritchie's advance column took Segnali on vr TC   

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