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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1949, Zanesville, Ohio For RFD Readers Who Insist On Today's News Today The Times Recorder World and Local News Every Night at 11 (WHIZ -1240) 465TH 161 Charter Mrmbtr o! Associated Press ZANESVILLE, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1949 WCATHEK: CLOUDY, COOLER FIVE CENTS t I 'BIG STEEL' REFUSES TO WAGES If1 i 1 1: I- t DJXFll. Ck( fTruman's Housing Bill pLpproved In Conference Administration Leaders Hoping Both Houses To Pass Today And Send To President WASHINGTON, July 6 The compromise, -jfrimmed-down version of President Truman's multi-billion- jflollar housing bill was approved by a senate-house con- ference committee tonight. It calls for publicly- owned dwellings in six years. Administration leaders voiced I hope that the senate and house Uvill approve the legislation finally tomorrow and toss it on the pres- lidcnt's It would Rive Mr. Truman his first major victory for Ithe domestic program called the Besides the controversial public housing section, the bill sets up a huge slum clearing program in cities and provides farm housing aids. The conferees agreed to accept higher senate figures of 000 for aids to farm housing, in- stead of the lower in the house-approved bill. Mr. Truman pcterl congress for nr> t nn Britain _ rm i m TB 1 ._? t f T_ JL i .nnnnpnv Kpiprfe I Inion JB JB JK fBt JB ft BV 4fe A A A K V B JT JIT -m-. JL U JL t _ in n I nil iDemands ror ray Hikes, E f fl lldir 68 Insurance And Pensions House Blocks Enactment Of poor Relief Adjourn Before Receiving Bill From Senate COLUMBUS, O., July senate voted today to allot money for poor re- lief and state operations but 'the house blocked enactment authority to build 1.050.000 public- ly-owned buildings in seven years, to be occupied by low-income fam- ilies with federal rent subsidies running up to a year for 40 years. The senate trimmed these fig- Winter By The Truckload ihis week lures to dwellings and max- The senate rules committee de. ;imum rent subsidies of tided to quit work July 15-2Sth It then passed the b.ll 5. to 13. weok of the session-and adjourn But m tho house the measure sine die July 27. House concur- ran into rough .weather, drawing rence is needed. Representatives shouts and cries previously tried for final adjourn-1 the hugh cost would imperil inent June 20 but the senate ithe stability of the federal treas- wouldn't go along. house Democratic Government Takes Stern Measures Co Face Crisis Only Urgently Needed Goods To Be Bought LONDON, July 6 Britain, the banker for Senators passed the money bills without dissent. One carries to run the state in July- August while the S650.000.000 bi- ennial budget is under study. The other provides for the in a move to pick up needed votes, decided to shave the bill down to senate size. Even so, the contro- versial public housing section of the bill was saved in the house only by a narrow 168 to 165 vote. At Worcester Mass.. John M. Bellino, 8. starts to ski down the slide nt Lincoln Square Boys' club Win- ter Carnival, defying New England's July heat. He uses the approved equipment, including skis poles, boots and ear muffs. The genuine, frosty snow was produced for the occasion in a Worcester ice plant. (AP Wirephoto) state to match increased poor ie-j SubsequenllVi tne house got into lief payments for the first half-'., snarl and with year when U fell behind. I many members thinking they were Both emergency measures wcntjvoljnK for the trimmed-down pub- 1o the house carrying hopes of jjc housing figures, passed by 228 Immediate attention. Approv-lto 135 a bill embodying the larg- al and the governor's signature i er program requested by the pres-1 have released the money 'idem. this week for the, state to pay its Committees representing the Vandenberg Joins Heavy Shoivers Bring Welcome In Battle For Atlantic Treaty Relief From Scorching Heat i I Southeastern Ohio, scorched by an IS-dsy heat wave, got a littl yesterday and last night as heavy showers fell over most o 1 this section. Sending WeV ralT which had risen to, .n official 92.6 oeJliUUi .111111; iu O1 T! lus the insurance and pension ob- _ectives. But contract sessions with other steel companies have mark- ed time, waiting for U. S. Steel to "ead the way. After nearly three hours in a sweltering hotel conference room, U. S. Steel negotiators stalked out leaving reporters a statement which covered the three union de- mands this way: 1 Wages: "We are convinced that no sound reasons justify an in- crease this time. A period of slack- ening business activity throughout the country Is 'certainly no of produc- time to tion through the imposition (Turn to Page 5, Please) of ATHENS. O.. July to the pattern i rapes of yesterday." 1 The impact, ho said, .should sufficient to "givo oven Conn., July nated Hitler pause." Republican-controlled house1 Defy Governor of tho Zanesville had been skipped scv- locale of the Harry Dodds, Jr.. mur- eral times earlier in the day trial moved to Columbus brief- h storms formed west of here, today. a reincar- hy-passed this district Crooksville, Immediatc,
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