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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio                               I 64TH 173 rh i Charter of Vitn ZANESVILLE, OHIO, TUESDAY, JULY DV> WARM FIVE CENTS 25-YEAR-OLDS MAY BE FIRST IN DRAFT Dewey's Advisor On Foreign Affairs Participates In Important Conference Of Toplevel Government Officials Concerning Russian Blockade Of Berlin Five Powers Discuss Plans For Defense "Red Relations Extremely Grave i Premier Of THE HAGUE, The Nether- lands, July por g j Million -.IT -CI. ...nsi-t-nvifl ft M T15J In Taxes of five western European na- tions here tonight viewed the Berlin crisis as "extremely i grave" and advised utmost; caution in dealing with the Rus- sians. This was disclosed by an auth- source at a meeting European union common defense linked with the armed might of Discuss Crisis In Germany With Its Underlying Threat To Peace i WASHINGTON, July 19 Thomas E. rCWlCC T OrCGtt foreign affairs advisor and the British ambassador o i called in by the administration today in a round of high-, jj[ Q lOSt i level conferences on the Russian blockade of Berlin. i There was some speculation that the move might mean I the next counter-rrieasure has been decided on. The German crisis, with its un- derlying threat to world peace, was i "high on the list" of discussions be- jtween President Truman and top i diplomatic and military officials at 'the White House. 'mier Robert Schumans coal- I Later John Foster Dulles. government collapsed to- or to Gov. Dewey, Republican pres-, identiai nominee, and sir Oliver'night. It had been m exist- Herbert Has Plan Loses Vote On Funds For Army PARIS, JulV Britain. France, The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembouring make Franks, the British nc {nce last November were consulted at the state depart-i mem. The collapse was caused by i COLUMBUS, 0., July 19 Dulles had his first face-to-face: the national assembly's action in Gov. Thomas J. Herbert will enter meeting in weeks secretary amending a government-sponsor- ;his campaign for re-election cln'm- of state Marshall. They army budget and the announced ;ing a tax saving of 45 minutes. j resignation of the five Socialist legislature carries out his Franks talked for an hour later ministers from Schuman's 15-man i recommendations. ,jn the day with Undersecretary j cabinet. a' The major recommendation iniLovett. He told reporters that the; There was no immediate indica- Jhis three-point program for a andu5ky K. 'Tie ir.vstisa'on l.a- gr.- "i'l confer r.n fnr ra'-l will Si. raul !1-> Yor< f.iy u-.v an-i jNavy Denies Tale Of A-Bonib Loss WASHINGTON. July 13-U') The navy denied today a statement by r.ear Ellis Zacharias. re- tired, that a navy ship carrying a third atom bomb disappeared on its to the Pacific theater near the of war. navy ship carrying an atom :c bnm'n <-ver an of- lo.-mer inielli- ZS-nt'-   w.15 over by Col. Wrsv Ir.d.. a to CAIRO, July 19. charg- ed Syria with widespread violation of the Palestine truce today and an Israeli spokesman said "the Israeli army will consider itself at liberty to attack the Syrian army where- ever they are." "The Haganah command has de- cided not to cease fighting until the Syrians are the spokesman added. The truce, ordered for last night by United Nations mediator Count Bernadotte, was reported generally effective on the southern and central fronts. The Jexvs said the Syrians launch- ed a post-truce attack on a hill near the Svrian border in upper Galilee. The hill, taken a few days ago by the Jews, was the subject of an alleged Syrian truce viola- tion during the previous Holy Land i cease-fire. Israeli reports also said Iraqi 'troops on the Jenin front were firing artillery- at Jewish-held Zir ;'In. north of Jenin. and on Jewish .positions at Lajjun. Wage increases for hourly em-, The Jew.s said tnev were bat. ployes of Armct. Steel Corporation fireceiy against both Syrians here ranging from 10 cents to Traqjs .A counterattack against Vents per hour were agreed Svrian subsidiary action near the Monday at a conference of com- jjishmar Hay Yarden bridgehead pany officials and officer? of the was reported by Jewish sources in Zanesville Armco Independent Or-.Haifa ganization Inc.. Ernest Thomas. actjon reported outsida president of the Independent union of northern Palestine was an-at- announced. 'tack by Arab irregulars on the Tel "The rate for the starting zone Aviv-Haifa highway. The Israeli which formerly was per hour government said it will be forced now becomes" 51.24 per to undertake operations to insure Thomas said. 'the safety of highways for Jewish The increase on all other zone :'-raffie. rates averaged approximately 10 This increase of 10 cents to E ICICl cents an hour compares with lhe _ i AT 1 general pattern for lhe state in- BllZZeCl laKS dustry of nine and one-half cents to 25 cent.-, it was said. "It that the wages of Armco employes will continue to oe out in front." Thomas said. Er.th y and 4- H ,.-.-Ve n" a fligM ysifi'y.- ranlv clrnidy. wflrm anrl Friday. July r'brjM" hnet showeis or ;ain. Huron ariT KTI" Dairy Safe Robbed At Cadiz fAPIX.. Julv 13 1l e.-jTlv :nir, mill- flairy and 1h" f'f A Si.ivvn f-all- ar.-5 id Sis.i.vfri -A-ill f f Sears, Roebuck Plans New Columbus Store O. July ID. and a in Co bu-. Il'ith v.-ill on ,-in nvlitsry wa? 1o STI ZAHESVIUE SKIES TODAY for to j-pm-t i "''-''iT f v.' T K. A. 1h" nr.irj- a-nrl rli'Vift lh" J-Vfl 1-. 1hf J K w 1. 'J. r 2 f' 'T -Sri'irn A' I'-Tr., C-'iV. q.lf trtjjin S' j.r-tx.-'-s v-'f b: '5 I1 Tn 1 s ri Vrr.-uji 3 3S a m BERLIN. July Hight of Russian Yak fighter planes ar- rived in Berlin from the Soviet of Germany today and did a Thomas also announred that the'bit of acrobatics as they passed present contract had been extend- over the British field in the Ger- cd 'o August 3949. man capital. Plan' Manager R. C. Little an- A British official said Russian that salaried employes authorities had notified the four- will aKo receiv- larger pay rlwits' newer air control center sometime hereafter. A 11 per f-nt increase earlier that Jhe Yaks would be fly- for all salaried ha< been ing into the Berlin area. He said they did not interfere with loday's Allied airlift Into the to Soviet-blockaded city. American officers reported that a formation of 12 Yaks appeared and that two of them swept down in the field. They also said iwp fighters then zoomed up- ward and made a "belly pass" an American C-54 transport plane. was passing the fieid July that moment. P Reiner'apr-ral'-d dirTtly to' The V. S. officers expressed the H'nrv Ford 31 today to help av-rt opinion that the Russians had mis- a of Motor Co. taken the British field lor employes. ow'f is only sboul sax nules a Tfnilt. Ff.rd tn away. fiirrie negotiat with ine C3O 1'nitefl Auto Worlf-rs. They were BARN" BITINS broker, off July 14. LEBANON. O.. July 19-flV-A art-efl rl'T VAW- at Ijonflon prisons nonor C3O rv'ST-fl linsnirnnusly (amp. west. here. ?o- K in 46 Ford 300 tnns ol hay and afToss nation. a large barn. Reiilher Asks Ford To Help   

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