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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio                               Jbad! The Times Reco j 64TH 41 Charter Mrnbtr AiMcUtcd Frtu ZANESV1LLE, OHIO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY WEATHER: CLOUDY, COLDER. FIVE CENTS Congress Agrees To Extension Of Rent Controls BOUND Nation's Major Markets Report Strongest Rally Since Start Of .Slump Heavy Consumer Demand Expected To Send Price Of Meats Skyward i CHICAGO, Feb. of many commodities! today bounded upward in one of the strongest rallies since the slump began almost two weeks ago at the nation's ma-j jor primary markets. Grains, hogs and cattle, leaders of the American menu, ------------------------------------------cwere up rather sharply at thc Chi- cago Board of Trade and Livestock market. Wholesale butter was up .as much as three cents a pound in I Chicago and 2S cents in New I York. New York stocks also re- ivlved, although volume was small. I Retail food stores continued to i feature lower meat prices because of recent rnaiket recessions. How- iever agriculture department econ- omists in Washington said the meat CINCINNATI, Feb. mnce dips probably would be short- muddy, swirling Ohio river today'lived. They said meat animals on claimed the life of a boy were declining and consumer crew member as It continued was to contlnuc Two Of Pennsylvania Quadruplets fftUi.rv VflllO rUVCr 1 3KCS T vfllC LllC ill KlSC ffl TTI j o. JTlOOQ Ol slow steady rise toward antici- pated flood stage. Commercial navigation received its first major blow from the swol- len stream as a 130-foot dock boat, valued at sank to the bottom. The coast guard reported Johnj In Chicago, Secretary of the Treasury Snyder discounted the re- cent heavy market slumps also. HP told a news conference that "I do not believe we are headed toward any depression, x x We've got all the elements of continued prosper- ity and production here." Corn futures at Chicago closed 5- E. Turner, Jr. 17, of Forest 8 cents higher, the latter up- Ark, lost his balance while work- turn the daily limit, with May ing on a barge moving down- stream and toppled overboard to disappear in the debris-filled chan- nel. The weather bureau announced it expected thc river here to crest at 55 feet, three feet stage, about 7 a. m corn at a bushel. Wheat climbed to cents, May 52.40'i to Oats were ahead 1 to 4 ?4 cents and soybeans up the daily limit of 8 cents. However, grain prices remained far below 1948 peaks set in January. t above flood ule peal" sel _ _.. Wednesday. Major cash grain markets also said higher. At Minneapolis family feejf would "cause only minoriflour unchanged but the bak- iers" varietv. the standard tiatents. damage The 50-foot stage was passed here this afternoon. ctrfinmi1118lier at variety, the standard patents, was 20 cents a hundred pounds The stream! was rising at the rate of .23 of a foot an hour at that time Chicago hog prices advanced 50 cents to a hundred pounds. The weather bureau forecast j The top was for one pad. these crests and times of maxi- Slaughter steers and yearlings mum stage for other points onwere strong to SI higher The top the 'or steers was Much smaller _ I receipts than expected from the Portsmouth. O.. 54 feet, tomor- wns the lo lhe row noon; Maysville, Ky 54 t markets. v 8 p m., tomorrow, and Florence, Ind., 47 feet Wednesday noon. Portsmouth, comparatively safe behind a 63-foot flood wall, re- ported the river reached 517 feet there in mid-afternoon after com- ing up .4 of a foot an hour since 7 a. m. Upstream Ironton, O, had, 51 feet, but expected additional! rise of only five or six inches. Truman To Ask Help For Greece WASHINGTON. Feb. 16 HV U. N. Urged To Organize Studied Supervisor Gerda Townsend, left, and Nurse Beatrice Horrell, each hold one of the quadruplets born in a Latrobe, Pa. hospital early Sunday to Mrs. Barbara Zavada, 25, wife of a mill worker. The pic- tu-c was snapped as the quads were transferred from one incubator to another. (AP Wirephoto1. Union Officers Hiked Own Pay EAST LIVERPOOL, O, Feb. 16 president of an AFL union for the pottery industry gave himself a raise with-! out authorization from the rank and file, five union members said today. It has been six years, they" said i in a common pleas petition, since salary limits were set for officers. Since then, the president, James M. Duffy, and three other officers] boosted their own pay, they added., The petition asked Judge Joel H.' Sharp to issue an injunction forbid- ding further payments to Duffy. I head of the National Brotherhood of Operative Potters, and to tary-Treasurer Charles P Jordan, I both of East Liverpool. Filing suit vvere L. A. Finlay, Norman Whippier, S. W. Johnson, Edward Jones and Clyde McDan- iels. The two officers were unavail- able for comment. The five pottery workers listed j their leaders salaries as follows: a week Your Income Tax Guide SOCIAL SECURITY Q. Can I subtract my So- cial Security payments from my taxable income? A. No. because when you receive the Social Security benefits you pay no taxes on them. The Times Recorder has prepared an income tax guide giving hundreds of MONEY-SAVING facts. For the complete tax pic- ture send 30 cents in com to The Times Recorder, 34 South Fourth street. Zanes- ville, O. Print plainly your name and address. Copies of "Your Income Tav (1948 Edition) may be obtained for 25 cents by calling at The Times Re- corder office. 'No Sports Fans a week (legal -'limit not E. L Wheat- American Woman To Hungary Jail BUDAPEST. Hungary. Feb. People's court today sen tenced Miss Elizabeth Proiszl-Pal- tos, 31, citizen of the United States, to six months in jail for neglecting to report alleged sub- versive activities to the police. Miss Pallos, a native of Pitts- burgh, was among a group of de- fendants charged with various acts against the government and upon whom sentences ranging up to death were passed. Karoly Peyer. former Socialist Say Arabs Defy Assembly Order LAKE SUCCESS, Feb. 16 CrT) The Palestine com- mission called upon the secur- ity council tonight for ade- quate military force to pre- vent uncon'roHcd bloodshed in the Holy Land ar-.d religious war in Jerusalem. The five-member commission in a unanimous special report run- ning words declared that, time is of the "utmost in carrying out the decision of the 1947 United Nations Assembly to divide Palestine Into Jewish and Arabic countries The commission, speaking blunt- ly to the council, declared that "powerful Arab interests, both In- side and outside are defying the assembly and are de- libel ately trying to alter by force the partition plan. It said also that certain elements of the Jewish community in Pal- estine continue to commit Irre- sponsible acts of violence which worsen the security situation. The commission said it could not maintain law and order "unless Supreme Court Holds Measure To Be Constitutional Use Of War Powers WASHINGTON, Feb. Senate Banking .committee agreed today to extend rent controls for 14- months in modified form. The new bill provides for higher rents where landlords are suffering losses. 1 The House Banking committee decided to recommend an emergency 30-day extension [existing law while it works out' HonOFS Both actions came within hours1 of a supreme court decision up- holding the constitutionality of rent controls It said the law was a valid use of the vvar powers of congress Both branches of congre.ss will have to act to keep rent control alive. The solution may be a stop'-' Six Ions time membeis of gap extension while the more Zanesville Lodge of Elks were hon- manent legislation makes its way Orod Monday night when the mem- through congress, and house and bership in regular meeting award- Veteran Members Of Elks' Lodge senate versions are adjusted. ed them life time memberships in The senate committee bill would'the organization, continue controls through April They Dr. C. M. Rambo, 1949. After a series of votes on Edward J. Zinsmeister, Chris Nlel- amendments, the committee ap- son. Harry C. Pugh, Fisher Bohn proved the final form unanimous- arid W. H. Myers. Certificates of life membership will be presented Present law provides that land- to them at the 59th anniversary ords may Increase rents as Of the local lodge on as 15 percent if tenants agree to such an increase In return for a case running through 1948. The new bill provides that in the cases of tenants who made such agreements, the landlord is bar- red from raising rents again until exalted ruler in and 1912 April 30. 1949. Thus these tenants and as secretary of the Elks are given an additional four Home company until 1943, when military forces strength are made leader, got eight years. His chief associate Frigyis Pisky, was-sen- tenced to 10 years and Robert Ga- bor, former lieutenant in the poli- tical police, to death. All (hre.> escaped Hungary and were tried ml absentia. Miss was a secretary for the Associated Press when she was arrested. Said the verdict in her case: "Acting as secretary to AP cor- respondent Jack Guinn, member of the secret American organiza- tion, civil information corps, she was bound to know that her em- in adequate available to the commission when the respon- sibility for the administration of Palestine Is transferred to It." The commission urged the coun- cil to provide armed assistance to stop what it said wor'-S be open warfare on an basis af- ter the British end their 'nan- date. It said the British forces must be replaced by an "adequate non-Palestinian force" which will assist in maintaining order. The commission thus left to the security council the size and make- up of the requested force. The five members of the com- mission agreed unanimously lo the report, on which they have worked dally since mid-January. British Force To Antarctic Fuday evening, Feb. 27. Dr. Rambo joined the lodge on Oct. 19. 1898 and has "had nearly 50 years of continuous membership. Mr. Zinsmeister became a mem- ber on Jan. 11, 1899. He served as months of protection against in- the lodge purchased the outstand- ing stock of the company. Mr. Niel- son joined the Elks on Jan. 24, 1900, and in 1901 designed and presented to the lodge numerous pieces of statuary. He also de- signed the tile mantles In the lounge roofn. Becoming a member of the or- ider on Dec. 9, 1903, Mr. Pugh served as exalted ruler in 1907 and {1908, and since 1939 has been treas- urer of the organization. He Is I the lodse's oldest living exalted 'ruler. Fisher Bohn joined the lodge on June 26, 1906 and was ruler In 1912 and 1913, and was one of the active members In the build- Ing and financing the home located on South Fourth street. He has served as one of the three lodge trustees since 1913. W. H. Myers became a member on Feb. 27. 1912 and was exalted ruler in 1917 and 1918, later serving as district dep- creases. As for other tenants, the new bill provides that landloards may raise their rents 15 percent if the (Turn to Page 8, Please) Reds Organize Army In Korea SEOUL. Korea, Feb. The radio In Russian-held North Korea told today of a strong Korean army and "Democratic people's republic" aimed at ruling all Korea under a hammer and sickle flag. A highly placed American promptly charged at a news con- ference that both were Soviet pup- pot, oroRtod In open of in- teinational agreements and of the trict in 1924 and 1925- United Nations presentation of the life The broadcast from Pyongyang, Soviet occupation headquarters, Naid a constitution had been pre- _ for East Jack LONDON, Feb ttV-Britam disclosed today her navy's South Atlantic flagship is enroute to the nally voted until mid-March. ]1936 Hc is a past, The American official, who In- has been chairman of the board sisted on anonvmity. said a puppet government already bad been es- plover stood in the services of an (Falkland Islands, and promised ln Pyongyang orgpmzatio" aimed at tne over- iuli support' 10 her governor. _ moved into than leave. upper floors lather Baruch Addresses Nation's Mayors NEW YORK, Feb. WV- Ber- nard Baruch told a gathering of the nation's mayors that the prob- lem of high prices could be solved only when achieved. genuine peace was Addressing the opening session of the 17th annual meeting of the U. S. conference of mayors, the fin- ancier and adviser to many presi- dents asserted: "The problem of high prices can only be solved in Washington. You Know we are not at peace. Until Greece in particular cannot be. saved from Communist-engineered pottery union claims 17.000 collapse until rebel forces "subser- members, vient to foreign influences" are wiped out, the president said. He was reporting on the program of military aid to. Greece, and the Turkey, voted by congress last jear to help both countries pro- Flames Destroy superintendents. only those of a normal reporter. A committee named by the Coun- He left Budapest when the Com- ty Superintendents association gave jmunist-led government threatened its answer to a controversial jail him if he remained tion in rural schools. Should school buses be used to carry student _ spectators to sports events? 'CiIO The committee said no. It recommended only members of the athletic squad, cheer lead- tect their freedom. i EATON. O.. Feb. timers and scorers ride school jLock Implement store in neigh- buses to games. Head As Red NEW YORK, Feb. 16-W-The T...1.--U imj'ieiliciil alvic III Ilcigll- wuoto iv fto.iieo. rco. Vr) borlns LewisburS was destroyed The committee made its recom- Justice Department's drive to ordev mner orderly manner. MS oroceedin in an g b-y fire carlv an es- mendations in line with regula- timated loss of "at least tions set up by five agencies. These But Greece, he told congress, is Lewisburg Fire Chief Henry Sew- were the department of education, being subjected to "ever-increasing ert reported. pressure by the Communist min-l Sewert, who estimated the dam- ority in a "determined and ruth- age. said four families. living in less" war on the com- mon people. port aliens accused of Communist long controversy over the strate- gic islands which he northeast of Cape Horn and the Strait of Ma- gellan, and about 300 miles east of the Argentine mainland. A British foreign office spokes- man confirmed that the cruiser Nigeria was definitely on the way to "show the flag" in what the government considers British territory'. Thc Nigeria steamed out of its Simonstown, South Africa base this morning under emergency orders of for the past several years. ped with Russian medium tanks, light planes and other modern weapons. The Pyongyang bioadcast was' heard by U. S. Army monitors. Score Injured As Bridge Falls it. Kim II Sung, chairman of the North Korean people's committee, announced organization of the Ko- rean army. activity snared a top official of the! In lhc commons. Min- CIO National Maritime Union to-'istcr of Slatc Hector McNeil told Postpone Talks .iOn Reich Future the Interstate Commerce -iday- were injured when a pedestrian bridge collapsed under the weight of a crowd which had assembled at the scene of an automobile crash here tonight. E. L. Mitchell, Red Cross safe- ty director, said at least two of injured were in serious condition at a hospital. Hc said 18 persons had already been treated, most of them suffering only bruises and llle illler5ittle Commerce a questioner, steps are being taken j LONDON. Feb. [scratches, and that other victims sion, the Public Utilities Comrms- Ferdinand Chnstafer Smith, 54, to tne British governor of power talks on western Germany's i were still arriving, slon. the Bureau of Motor Vehi- N.MH. secretary and oneitho were postponed today uritilj Thc accident oc  night hoard callort to and 'amount of the wage demand Monday's Temperatures nhe union will make of Massillon left the ground 'in an airplane today and got back to it by climbing down a tree. A two-seater plane piloted b> was forced down by motor failure, crashed between two todav which stripped off the wings. VATICAN CITY. Fcb and perched 10 feet otf ground mentioned as a possible adminis- trator for the Marshall plan The postponement was sought by the state department onl> a few davs after Britain and France. T T> III KOJtlC r fi tne siaie department om> a fllLl L SL9 l.fetS Ltlte I ernt few davs after Britain and France, n-i iv m 1 with American con.-ent. began ton- Tfllfl HllS 1 TUCK WASHINGTON COURTHOUSE., sulwfon on plans for a new mcpt- "a" ordered' participating in Downard. confessed slayer of his W Va. Feb. nto_ pian. mcn wpre mjurcd% sp E Mavnard another tree. Neither 'man was teJli Di Belmontc. 05-vear-old dean stepdaughter, Caro- 1---- Kn Stnnlotnn Racket Operator Downard, 21, pleaded fiuiltv to V -j-i IT tta "tc-u UV HIV ivruaj r _ f T Vhi. an> suspicion that he had "inside Stark Aviation Co The "flight Funeral services will N> degree in the death Jo information" to make a profit started from the company's field Thursday Informed Va t ica n o{ thc chlld who vas found r ii-wit, T Al tnOtlirn _ r ___ ._ _ _ hurt of the of in effect it rlcarcd Mavnard of The plane was owned by the knew- five popes, died todav T- n Winner........ FIOMINEVr STARS south 7 52 p m sojtli S 32 p ir PLANET'S Sample Bonus Forms Available Soon conferred with the group this To Hear Taft morning and the committee met him this afternoon. CLEVELAND, Feb. cause of their long association. The pope, as a >ouns monsignor. PROBE VITT HOLSINC. was attached to the cardinal's dip- COLUMBUS. O. Feb 16- parenMy seriously, today when Baltimore and Ohio railroad's east- iHvanci CmcinnaUan" crashed into their truck at a crossing east of Salem. W. Va The men, who were brought Clarksburg on board the train to St. Mary's hospital, identified as William Beamer, 24- and Morrison, 18. pital attendants said the cx- and seriously wounded this tent of their injuries could not noon m a coffee determined immediately, but police two hours later arrested added that both appeared to be ia ..7 20 m ..6 05 p m ..1 '.1 x m 9 n rr mm tnis aiiernuon. rcu. iu nit- OIIT- (rtutl COLUMBUS. O.. Feb 16.-UV-! After the second Chair- Robert A. Taft (R-OhioV aspirant lomatic misrion to thc coronation Atty. Gen Hugh Jenkins prepared Frank Bartolic. 34. who Capt. Prctt> serious condition. ux taue Ohio's newspapers will Ferguson (R-Mich> called for the Republican nomination for of King George V of England. for thc opening tomorrow of a ham Golden said, confessed trial Railroad officials said they had VB-< frra-co 'samples of thc veterans bonus ap- newsmen in and read them a brief president, will address the The cardinal ranked   rcxt staf-ment which said the commit- county Republican party or- to thc pope in the church hicr- into expenditures of funds The motive for the shooting cmnatian." luxury, all-coach Cin- p. m Snturn Chester W. deal' were ganiTation hcrp Fcb 28, G.O.P. of- archx. H" was f-.r> lOih cardinal for veterans in not been determined. Bartolic wil! cmnati to Baltimore train, wt> p. Jupiter (r 4 totjaj_ Imad' or. hS Own jjclgment, inrfav. T ficiah rrpor'cd today. 'o d'e :n the past two rears. .Franklin (oe qvestioned later, ,delaved about 25 minutes.   

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