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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Press NEA Tefepfcofes 85TH ss ZANESVILLE, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST FIVE CENlS Prints the News Teiis the Truth SOVIETS STAGE RAID U.S. ZONE Sonora Teams Win Horsepulling Contests JohnDerry Sweeps Both Events at Fair Big Exposition Closes Tomorrow With Full Program Teams owned by John Deny of Sonora swept the horsepulling contests this morning at Muskingum fairgrounds, winning: first and second places in both the heavy and lightweight di-, v-isions. The heavyweight team weighed; 4.200 pounds and pulled the 5.000 pound load a distance of feet to cop first place. Berry's sec- and place tearn pulled the weight' distance of 22 feet and nir.e inches. I A team owned by Charles R. ransickle of Adamsville. weighing 3.270 pounds, placed third by pull- ing the weight two feet and three inches. In the light weight dhision. Berry's team pulled the ion losd "seven feet and 10 inches to first while the second team! pulled the weight three feet and' inches. A team owned by Pete "Wilson of AdamsviUe was Uiirri in this Today's horsepulling was open to entrias'from the county only, but tomorrow's contests will be for alli comers. Frank J. Lausche. former gov- ernor, is scheduled to pay a brief visit to the fair this afternoon. Meanwhile, Muskinsum county's 102nd annual fair head- ed down the home stretch today. The fair closes tomorrow eve- ninic with the presentation of an auto thrill show hi front of the Air View of Fair and Action on the Ground Five German PoliceSeized Body ol George Mast Found JQjvfajjDraft In Muskingum River Here U. S. Jurisdiction Vioteted. Military Officials Charge BERLIN mil- police and German police they control invaded the American sector of block- 's aded Berlin today on a black market raid and seized five i German police belonging to U, '.S. sector forces. s An American military govern- jment official said the action clesr- jly violated U. S. jurisdiction. I It was the second Russian- backed raid near the city zonal borders during the day. Earlier Russian and Con> German police raided downtown Poisdamer Platz, _ 'where the American, Russian and Photo at left shows the Muskingum county fairgrounds from tne air. Tne picture British zones meet, and arrested taken yesterday by Signal Photographer Don. during the height of tte ;about 600 Germans without YIQ- racinr program. Total paid attendance yesterday was according to fair board jience. This contrasted to an oper- members. Above Is a dramatic scene from this mornings horsepulling contest. One last evening when Germans of the horses in lie team driven by B. B. Rollins of near Sonora, polled so hard its jstoaed the Communist police, who harness gave way. The- horse nearly fell as the straps gave way. _ the- 'responded with gunfire weica harness was repaired and the team returned to the competition, but finished out of grounded four civillans. the running. Nine other teams took part in the lightweight class. John Barry's teams The forces converged on Fots- f rom Sonora made a. dean sweep in both the heavyweight and lightweight divisions darner Plate, -where at least five-" Germans were injured late yes- terday in a. riot. BerEners yes- terday stoned the Kossian-eoB- i trolled police, who responded j with gonfire as they retreated, i Tba American, Bnssiaa and Brit- ish sectors of the blockaded city- meet at the Potsdamer Plate. About 60 Russian military police and soldiers were reported in- limited to county entries on5y- Fair "New Look" Too Confusing, Weight-Guesser Complains Ouster of Consul Demanded by Ui! WASHINGTON cf> President Time was when a fellow could operate a weight-guess- tntrt ?.___ j.i_r__-__ -_ A Bernard Gsfewood and Arthur Harris Drown-_____ When Motor Boat Capsizes Near Duncan Falls Truman toid selective service; -r crofit. but things have taken a. turn for thejstates is stripping the soviet con-.; boards tocay to start mailing clas-j J..-1.4. T nntr" snl general in New York of his of-3 body of a Muskingum avenue man missing since.siScation questionnaires to single, worse since xne aavent OT tne order was in a 30-page a sort of male Poily- ___ ivoived. in the action todav. The WASHINGTON United conducted swiftly of the" new coli-' Wednesday night was found floating In.the Muskingum river; on the grounds wilt be a near the Sixth street bridge this morning only. 12 hours j the Buckeye Polled Hereford the opening of the three-day rarnsss race program, and the shov Jacfc Kaum Kodeo will be pre- sented at 7 and 9 o'clock this evening followed by a fireworks display. Capacity audiences watched the shows last night- U.iPuts Clamp On Easy Credit Mast, SO. 353 _ Bat tbat teck wheJJ a dojl Gatewood. j, 01 vided fc done up in ankle-length 1131 rederal avenue, a cuy Sre- deferments will be given skirts and ptrffed ant with pad- and companion Artnur t mgn with dependeats, to almost. ding here and there. It was easy C. Hams, 60, of a-Jo %eteraas- to Mea jn necessarv) blind guessing. nue. WASHINGTON govern- ment toda> pulled a brake on free- Winners in the Polled Hereford wheeling credit. shots- not listed yesterday New ru'es to stiffen ''easy pay-, g Champion bull. Cedar Knoll Farm, loans and purchases cover-; Ashiand. Ky. and reserve chain-'ing most consumer goods costing cion Falrholme Farms. Win- from S50 to SD.OOO. were posted Chester. Ky officially by the federal reserve Tv.o "bulls bred and owned by board. They take effect Sept. 20. exhibito-. first, Henry and Jean, Most consumers shrugged Holfeldt. Bel Air.: second, Fair- they'll go along if it will help uglu holme Farms and Cedar inflation. Knoll Farms. Females May These are packed up 1 to 4.U-. 21 1946: A. Goff by cnmmal per.alwes ad the power -and ScnS Va.: sec- of the fed-ral reserve board to put George H. Wiling. Zanesville. a violator out of the creoiv busr- third, Hiil Farms, ness. nth Shore Kv One third down on automobiles. Females rafvrd Sept. 1 to Dec. Twenty per cent down on 31 1946: fir-t R. L. Siler. Duncan stores, oishwasr.ers. ironers, reing- second. Goff and third. P. erators. washing macnmes, air con- Harm and D. Harm, Katnil- radios, p.ionographs, ute-- O.: fen-ales called Jan. 1 to vision sets, sewing machines. TOC- 30. 1S4T: first, O. W. Kiine uum ciear.ers. furniture ar.d1 rugs. and Son. Osborne. 0 second. A Is-montn time limit .o com- and third. Holfeldt. piett payment if tne article Females caUed after .Tan. 1. 51--.RW or first. Donald Gander. Cum- lerland. 0.: secor-d. Dr. C E. Vidt, "Milliard. O: third. female. Karry Watson. 3-enecavilie. O ar.d reserve cham- pion fernalp. O. W. K3me and Sons. T.vo females bred and ov-ned by exhibitors: first. Watson: second. Goff and Sons: third Pair of bull from -lass 2-3 or 4. one female frorn ;iass 10-11 or 12: first Kline, sec- Kolfeldt ana third. Siler. Pair of buH from The concession "nan didn't com- me man oion t com !y witaout violence. ficial position because of his ccn-jgEjtigj! military polfee acd soldiess jduct in the Kosenkina affair andiarrived at the.sector-borders.-the ;has demanded that Russia get hnnjiiusaans and their faction of the .out ol this country. j German police had corralled many This sensational turn in the, Genr-ans in the square. A German Soviet-American rxnv over the ref-- policeman who witnessed tne oper- ugee school teachers in New Tork_ation from the British sector esti- ,v.-as disclosed today with publica- inated from 400 to 300 ition of zn American note handed'were rounded up. .to the Soviet embassy last night. The suspects were placed oa COLUMBUS. O. juvenile, The riOte Lomaldn and hauled off to jaiL delinquent condemned to die in the "aouse3" position and been. Police opened fire when electnc chair visited with his 'dog of "gross violation" of prop-' crowd stoned them as they over- Ohio gj- official conduct- istepped into the British and Amer- Pet Dog Visits Doomed Slayer An IS-month linr.it on credit over bat wnth a minimum STO Fnirbnlmf Jnonthlj payrr.ent- rairhplme. Orfin3rj. charee payable in one, two or not affected. Fcrsonal psyabli are Sir.Kl 'iss Waack. no plans 4o "nter M-.ami university at Oxford, O________________ this fail, "swayed" the judges last TorTH F4lTAIxT HVRT ir Force Chief On Disabled Piaae WASHINGTON. A disabled Chspmsn. had fie return to Italy cf Eritsra ana fortress carrying Gen. Somaliland. Vandenberg. air force chief of staff. On the stand before a three- territories are re- landed safely at National airport pleas court. Froh- spects Eth.op an and tney must be todaj. ri Jan. 13. 1947. he restored to the state- Vandeaberg was reKirnhTS frosa so hard tne ment said. Europe. VTith hira in the Turn to Warmer were Assistant Secretary of the Air Force Eugene M. Zackert Maj. Gen. V.'. F. McKee, assSstaut vice chief of staff. d'etat in YuKoslavia and the She won the right to .NFWSPAPFR
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