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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio                               The Times Re. tier 64TH 49 Charter Mentor ZANESVHJLE, OfflO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY WEATHER: CLOUDY. MILD. FIVE CENTS COMMITTEE APPROVES ANTI-LYNCH LAW StOpgap Rent Measure PaSSeS 74 Democrats In House Now Pledged To Finish Fight Against Truman's FlVC To Stlldy Holy On Race Relations Speed Bill To Truman For Signing Extends Present Law For 30 Days WASHINGTON, Feb. bill keeping the lid on rents until March 31 passed congress today and a plane will hurry it to President Truman. The senate quickly approved a one-month extension of the pres- ent law which expires next Sun- day. The house passed it yester- day. Both acted by voice vote. The bill may reach Mr. Truman on his southern tour tomorrow. No attempt was made in the senate to plug a loophole which it debated yesterday. This per- mits unlimited rent charges when a lease signed under the present law is cancelled. If the senate had made any change in the bill, the measure would have been de- layed until the house could agree. But this Senator Myers (D-Pa) dubbed knock- ed out in the senate's new 14- month rent control proposal which it passed yesterday and sent to the house. This bill simply would roll back any such extra increases. The house will go to work on this longer-term rent bill next month. The whole purpose of the 30-day emergency is to give congress time on controls to replace the present law for a year or more. Senator Taft (R-Ohio) told the senate today he had assurance of the house banking committee that it will give prompt attention to the senate's rent bill. Both Senators Taft and Flanders (R-Vt) said yesterday that the Fire Destroys Hollywood Lumber Yard JIT C Parley On Palestine Rebel Leaders Now Striving Openly To Prevent President's Nomination At Convention This Summer WASHINGTON, Feb. federal anti-lynching law was approved by a house judiciary subcommittee today in the face of a growing southern Democratic revolt i against this and other civil rights proposals of President Truman. i Seventy-four house Democrats, it was disclosed, now have pledged themselves to a finish fight against Mr. Truman's anti-lynching, Crow" and other recommen- irinttnnc Involving statpV and Flames leap high from burning lumber during a fire at Hollywood, Calif., early yesterday which de- stroyed a lumber yard and a half-dozen other business places. Nearby residents tumbled out of bed to play garden hoses on their roofs to extinguish small spot fires. (AP stop-gap 30-day be tightened to rent bill should knock out the "sleeper" provision. But nothing was said about it when the bill came up today. The emphasis was on speed with the law's expiration only four days away. Yemen Faced With Civil War Fraud Evident ISteelmaster Weir Warns ERP i In 'Settlement jMay Bring Economic Tailspin WASHINGTON. Feb. was urged by a leading I rr M.I industrialist today to proceed cautiously with aid to Europe because the Marshall Plan could lead to a "serious depression" .in this-j "To those who are alarmed "by WASHINGTON, Cotoptroller General Lindsay War- ren reported evidence of wide- spread "fraud" today in the set- tlement of war contracts and Rep Bender (R-Ohio) promised a prompt investigation. Bender is chairman of a house expenditures sub-committee which is studying war contracts. the House Foreign Fire Destroys Business Block the prospect of an expansion 01 Russian Communism, I say that serious depression in the United States is the greatest thing lo fear." Rejects Motion From Colombia Two New Trustees Appointed At Abbot Home For Aged Men LAKE SUCCESS, Feb. 25 Cff) The United States formally asked today .that the Big Five powers try to solve the Palestine problem. j The U. S..at the same time re- 1 lected Colombia's surprise sugges- tion for a special United Nations assembly to reconsider the decision to partition Palestine. In acknowledged haste. Warren R. Austin, chief U. S. delegate, in- troduced in the UN security coun- cil the proposals he outlined yes- terday. These call for the council to ask the five great powers to report on the situation in Palestine, consider whether it is a threat to the peace, and consult with the Jews, Arabs and British on carrying out the 1947 assembly's partition project. A British spokesman said h i s government could not go along j with the suggestion that the Big, _ Five consult, with the principals.] He said the British definitely were 1 Czechoslovakia ALFRED ZINN WILLIAM D. MURPHY out partition. Austin told the council that, he This will come about. Weir said. ;if vast sums "wasted through .eTdelegates to U. S. was opposed to the Colombian special assembly resolution put in late yesterday. The U. S. delegation worked on the Big Five resolution last night and Austin was recognized first when the council met. A crowded, silent chamber, heard him read out PresidentBows ToCommunists PRAGUE, Feb. munists won control of Czecho-j Slovakia 'today. Communist Premier tions of a limited number of settlements "has disclosed evidence indicating a reasonable probabil- ity that one out of every 20 settlements examined, and 50 cents out of every paid on all such settlements, may have been based on fraud." Warren told congress in a re- port that he was convinced that at least 145 of the settlements Klement President n c .1, Eduard Bones' resistance after six ffnJ I days of crisis in this central Eur- examina- million-dollar fire, which authori- ded to the "fantastic cost of HcTnent of the Palestine crisis. opcan nation of 13'000-000- Hc Warren, head of the general! HOLLYWOOD, Feb. Ajef'ieient spending abroad" are ad-j accounting office, said his office had examined involved ties described as the worst locally !crnment in He advised Congress to resist npnrlv two rf p r a H p s swpnt; "e aovisea v-ongress 10 resist neari> two decades, propaganda" and through much of a business block nothing but -urgent relief" today. I until a "thorough, careful" study No one was injured, but 58 pieces! is made of Europe's ability to help of fire apparatus were used in a i itself. two-hour fight before the blaze was] Weir said he was convinced that controlled. Wind-whipped brands the nations of Europe "will not goj men rescued two persons from a intended as a bribe "to stop home six blocks away as he added, "we just can't -improper' payments tot al li n s> flames ate through its roof. make that bribe big enough." nearly In an additional I lumber arA nlant! Ttie committee heard a similar! :185 cases, he said, there is reason! forecast yesterday from CAIRO. Feb. re-1to believe that improper :..M.I :_ mPnts In mnro than' It also wants the security coun- cil to appeal to all governments and peoples, particularly in and around Palestine, to take action to head off or reduce disorders now occurring in the Holy Land. emerged with a new government of his party members and their j friends. Following Benes' students massed at ancient Charles ceived in Cairo today said civil ments amounting to more war is threatening in Yemen. were made to 27 The Newspaper Alahram said in j tractors. n dispatch from Aden that rival i He the "improper" pay- forces had already clashed iniments nntl been called to the at- ;the big Studio of householders Witness In Meyers Case A' Wallace- But the thirdi WASHINGTON. Feb. 25 -tfV-1 determined eral Corn'party presidential candidate said i The government disclosed today it casualties. V'. the slumn WOllld result from elV-'hnrf arrnncroM "nrntootinn" fin- n! Fiftv otll University and marched to the president's palace. Police halted! the demonstration by swinging a bus into the crowd. A student told newsmen he heard shots fired when three students carrying Czech flags broke through a police cordon into the palace; [courtyard. The shooting was "ff t1 i confirmed officially and it was TOllS whether there were Attorney C. Alfred Zinn and William D. Murphy, president of the Citizens National bank, were elected to the board of trustees of the Abbot Home for Aged Men at the monthly meeting of the board-held Wednesday after- noon at the Citizens' National bank. Mr. Zinn wilt take the place of the late Albert T. Baker and Mr. Murphy, succeeds Henry J. Knoedler, who died February 1. i Ralph Gorsuch is president andi Orviile Littick' Is secretary and treasurer of the board. Other j are D. K. Hook. Cliir- ence Simpson and Harry Shaw. The Home at 1258 Greenwood avenue, will complete Its second year cf successful operation in May and still has openings for three or four men, according to Mr. Gorsuch who announced the new trustees. Applicants must be 65 years of age, must have resided in Mtis- kingum county for at least the past five years, and must be in reasonably sound mental and physical health. dations involving states' rights and race relations in the south. Now striving openly to prevent Mr. Truman's nomination for ft full term in the White House, "rebel" leaders focused their at- tention on Richmond, onetime capitol of the Confederacy, where Gov. Tuck plans a special message o the Virginia general assembly tomorrow. They considered it certain Tuck would call for state action against the Truman program. And were indications he would propose that the name of the Democratic presidential candidate be left off the Virginia ballot next Novem- ber. This would mean that Virginia'! 11 electoral votes would not havt to be cast for Mr. Truman If he is nominated by the Democratic National Convention next July. A similar half-secession threat .is being considered in other south- ern states. The anti-lynch law, introduced by Rep Case was ap- proved by an unofficially report- ed three to two vote. Rep. Crav- cos (D-Ark said he voted against it. The other subcommittee mem- bers, one of whom presumably did not vote, are Reps. Case, Fel- lows Devitt (D-NY) and Feighan The measure now goes to tht full judiciary committee, sched- uled to meet tomorrow. This com- mittee could send It' to the house floor for an early vote. Of .tht- Seven Children Burn To Death threatened andlthe slump would 'esult from Kiv-i had arranged "protection" for a! 'inK foreign aid in the 'nterest of j pretty feminine witness in the trial I .is orougni gar-.... r San'a. capital of Yemen. A message received here from Itention of the justice department. Crown Prince Seif el Islam Ahmed, _, eldest son of the Iman Yehia re- 1 I ported slain in a coup last week, CI said the wives of his assassinated i father and his sons were being be- 1 O 11311 sieged in their homes. He said he had proclaimed himself iman, or ruler. VI JIUUStllUIUtrl A UlUUltllL Kal v. hoses into piay to wet dSwnj big businoss The cables were received at the Egyptian royal palace, Arab league headquarters, the Egyptian council of ministers and foreign office. has claimed election as iman suc- ceeding the 82-year-old King Yehia. Prince Ahmed said the regime deceived the Yemenite people by claiming the Iman Yehia died a natural death. When the truth became known a revolt started, the message said. MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. taxpayer's suit was filed today ask- ing that the two day old sirike of school their own .roofs. The blaze centered' near Santa Monica Blvd., and Palmas Ave. The fire department received es-: timates of loss to the lum-: her yard and cleaning plant, alone, j (The latter said much of the dam-: 'age was to furs, rugs and cloth-, mg. I squad investigators said i the for 100 feet Times Recorder In Fifty students were arrested. Gottwald's coup was accomplish-i of Maj. Gen. Bennett E. Meyers, Jed by direct political action backed! 1 "Protection against what? In the'by a show of arms. !name of demanded de-l The aging Benes managed to Jail Break o.. An attempted break ifense counsel Robert T. Bushnell.j 1 "Well, you can use your imagi- tative M replied assistant U. S. At- itorney John i not explain. Finelly. and he did appearances of represcn-, government, for which he battled hard, but it appeared a hollow victory. Jan Masaryk, son of the found- Readership ratings by B. H. i The witness is Mrs. June of the Republic, is still in the Grant Research. Inc. for the fourth quarter of 1947. as publish- ed in the magazine Editor Pub- ilsher, makc The Times Record- er comic strip "Nancy" first choice over the field of twenty- Grinsted of Boron, Calif., attrac- government as foreign minister. tlVA Ct Ot T former stenographer at so is Bohumil Lausmann, social Warren county jail was foiled late today by Sheriff Gerald W. Cou- den who discovered a sizable hole" dug In a wall at the same spot where two prisoners had failed BURLINGTON. la., Feb. flash fire' swept through a frame farmhouse early today and burned seven children to death. A flaming stairway prevented" others In the 15-member Ellsworth Waterhouse family from reaching the trapped youngsters. Donald Waterhouse, 18, one of the survivors, said his father, awakened him at a. m. "I opened my eyes and saw the ceiling covered with he said. "We went to the stairway to try and reach the smaller children but the steps were a mass of fire. "We called upstairs but didn't (hear any answer. "A litile later I heard just a [few cries. Then I didn't hear I more." from the! The mother collapsed and 'taken to the home of The dead children slept in threa beds in large upstairs room. They ranged in age from 18 months to 16 years. in an escape attempt eight years ago. Couden found the hole The six-room house was heated by a single upright wood and coal stove. It was located near the tiny j community of Prairie Grove 10 making a routine inspection and northwest of here. The suit, filed for Mrs. Gudrun' Abdullah Bin Ahmed el Wazir L. Jensen, also demanded a tem- GI to Gov. Luther Youngdahl. the state attorney general. Mayor Hu- ibert Humphrey, the Hennepin Pilot Killed As Plane Crashes .COLUMBUS, O., Feb. 25 A big freight plajie crashed into! asking them "to join" Tn" the" suit an orchard ten miles short of port j inlcrvenors. Columbus today and killed the co-; "_____________ pilot and injured the pilot critic-' _ Britain To Push The ship, en route from Tetcr- boro, N. J., to Detroit via Colum- bus. exploded after clipping the' tops of apple trees for 200 yards porary injunction be granted to halt the strike. _, District Judge D. E. Labelle JT Or signed an order, returnable March! 4, calling on the two AFL teachers! WASHINGTON Feb 25 (IP) federations involved and the Cen-iSenator McCarran (D-Nev) ;tral Labor Union to show cause jit's not true. That story that I why such a temporary injunction ;Vada recognizes training in dealing should not be granted. jcard Kame3 education. Arthur Nelson, Mrs. Jensen's at-; McCarran checked up after Rep.; jtorney. said he was sending letters i ROSS (R-NY) told it around that! General To Blame he had reports Nevada schools are giving instruction in dealing "black- jack" and "twenty-one." army's Wrieht Field, near Day who led his party in its said there were only three pris-l O revolt against pro-commun- oners who had access to that see- Under questioning Mrs. Gpneted, ist guidance. of the jail. said the government requested; j He identified them as: John! one nationally syndicated strips, jthai. for she stay at; Henson 20. and Russell Stailey.ij-i A close second was Blondie, the same Washington hotel where 1Tn '23. both of Cincinnati, and Robert IJT Or published regularly in The Zanes- 'two other key government wit- OMcfct; M. ;E johnson jr_ 20, of Lebanon, ville Signal. In first place by a I nesses. Mr. and Mrs.' Bleriot JAii arc held under bond wide margin among the comic ,LaMarre are staying I OX UlStriOUtlOn each on armed robbery charges panels was Jimmie Hallo's The 52-year-old Gen. !itl the reccnt holdup of a local "Theyil Do It Every an- (former deputy purchasing chief of COLUMBUS> o.. Feb. 25-W-ibecr distributor, other regular feature of The ithe .Air Forces, is mvi -j u are based on -d in an inte.ew If he found in the I with ----------ifals readership surveys of twenty- j private business deals at a senate four papers in California, Atlan- investigation. ta. Pittsburgh, Minneapolis. St. Panl, Cincinnati, Dayton, Buf- NUERNBERG. Germany, Feb. 25 Brig. Gen. Telford Taylor today he takes full responsi- bility for his employes' action in intercepting a news story befote its publication. falo and New York. "Nancy." in winning first place in the poll. Court Orders Death Ross was worried whether the per cent of men readers and sev- shows a following of sixty-nine jFor Slayer and plowing into the cround from farm 100' (Minneapolis) county attorney and; 1WM WI1CII1C, ulu was paying any "G. I.1 enty-one per cent of women read- ay at card games. A member of the Nevada state board of education advised McCar- ran, his office said today, that ap- plications have been received for such training but the board "has refused and will continue to re- fuse" 10 establish j-uch courses. Gambling is illegal in Nevada. commission's allocations. Cleveland: land other cities argued the com-! !mission had distributed state funds; COLUMBUS, O.. Feb. j unfairly. At stake In Man's Death He intimated that what would be illegal in the United States might not be In occupied Germsiiy. He said that the difference Uhat in Germany stories are filed ers. Hallo's following was seven- The Ohio supreme courl classified property tax and 56.-, NEW YORK, Feb. Army signals rather' than ty-two per cent of the men and 'ordered the death of Charles L.i 500.000 from the sales tax. i year-old Falls Church, Va., man; commercial private circuits. His sixty-seven cent of the worn- I Ames March 26 for the murder of; Judge Clyde C. Sherick, who pre-iwas found dead in a hotel room! relations office keeps a rec- en readers of_ the papers polled. policeman. jsided at the hearing, today, with his hands and o[ everything sent out over were from; Second vo "They'll Do It Every Time" was The Signal's comic panel 'Side Glances" with sixty, per cent of the men and sixty- The court upheld Ames' firstjthe board would take the appeals j tied' and a torn degree murder conviction for submission. He allowed 15 around his neck. sheet Army signal channels, he ad- Feb. foreign one per cent of the women. slaying of police officer Herman'days for applicants to offer briefs A. Drexler during a holdup an additional 10 days for ap-! ded. 16. 1947. pellees to cet Ii? their replies. Secretary Ernest Bevm said today cockpit two hours after the and Jack Cole, 26. of Hasbrouck Heici ts. N. J. who was taken to that rcncwcd Argentine a coijmbus hospital in critical.MBimc condition. SURVIVORS OF VETERANS WILL GET BONUS there. Bevin told the hou.se of commons Chilean' claims and fleet maneuvers were Cole collapsed as he stood near, the British the burn.nc plane, apparently try- K0vernment these expeditions and 5ered .skull. a broken and bad head cuts. COLUMBUS. O.. Feb. 2o.--OV- Next-of-kin of deceased Ohio vet- erans of the second World War need not be Ohio residents to receive the state's bonus pay- ments. This was disclosed today by nan Chester W. bonu.i duectoi-, thcm in no way affccl! in answering 51 o.uestions he ex- the title and sovereignty in these, peels lo be asked most oflen. he said. Other disclosures included: The foreign secretary said Brit-j The parents of more than one ain favored agreement among the; desd veteran are entitled to com- pensation based on tho servics of each. Separate applications mu.-t be made, however. Veterans whii have received from another state any gift or CRUSHED TO DEATH CINCINNATI. Feb. 23 three countries to let the interna- Charles J. Kipplcr. 48. of Bur- tional court of justice decide own- lington. Ky.. was to death of lhe islands. Britain in a power winch nt the Koppers the islands as dependencies Co. today. 'of the Falklands. bonus based on armed service ore not eligible for the payment. The bonus may bo paid to the surviving common-law wife or husband of a dead veteran, or to the illegitimate child of a female veteran, ihe illegitimate of a male veteran may receive the compensation only if the veteran has legally recognized the child. A veteran applying for com- pensation under a name different from the one under which he served, must provide proof he is the same person. An example would be a WAC who sorvfd under her maiden name, and has i since married. She should send a ricrt. i certified copy of her marriage i The living wife or husband of license with her application. I more than one deceased veteran. A living veteran must person- however, may receive only such I ally apply for the bonus, unless he is mentally or physically in- competent or the ward of a legal- ly appointed guardian. Tho ap- plication then is made in behalf of -the veteran by his next friend. Applications may be made jointly or separately on behalf of each of a dead veteran's chil- dren, or separately or jointly by his surviving parents. The wife or husband of a dead veteran may draw the compensa- tion even if or he has remar- compensation payable by reason of the death of the first veteran. The Ohio law provides for im- persons fraudulently claiming more than 535 or a fine of 5200 if the fraudulent claim Is for less than S35. The same penalties are provided for falsely receiving a bonus. Applications must he sworn to before a notary public or other official rfbthorized to administer oaths. He was clad only in shorts. The small, gray-haired victim. Harvey Haeberle. was identified as ;a civilian employe of the Navy. .Official; a: :he ;hotel said he had stopped there; I frequently. "It looks like robbery." Police: Commissioner Arthur Wallander. said after a visit to the hotel room.: Police said dresser drawers had: ;been pulled out and "everything Iwas strewn all over the place like; a cyclone." Dr. Thomas A. Gonzales, chief medical examiner, said death re- jpressed an opinion that i'jj' had been dead since last night. p.' ml i-------------------------Last Quarter 20. PROMINENT I MONOXIDE VICTIM ion "the Hunter" will be due FREMONT. O., Feb. md ta Carbon monoxide apparently VISIBLE Wut caused the dcaih of Mervin J. Sum- p. 'high in sauth mpri 41 x< ho nn hie rar p. man (high tn south mers, 19, as ne worked on nis car Jupiter f.rim ,tOday. a. OHIO Cloudy with rain or drizzle Thursday and Thursday night. Friday mostly cloudy, not much change in temperature. Temperatures 10 m........47 6 p. m........S2 12 Noon.......51 H p. m........52 2 p. m........53 10 p. m........5O 4 p. m........52 12 Midnight-----47 ZANE5WLE SKIES TODAY .ii.v'-v 28 committee Democrats   

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