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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Press NEA 85TH ss AUGUST FIVE Prints the News the Truth SOVIETS STAGE RAID U.S. ZONE Sonora Teams Win Contests Sweeps Both Events at Fair Big Exposition Closes Tomorrow With Full Program Teams owned by John Deny of Sonora swept the contests this morning at Muskingum first and second places in both the heavy and lightweight The heavyweight team 4.200 pounds and pulled the 5.000 pound load a distance of feet to cop first Berry's and place tearn pulled the distance of 22 feet and I A team owned by Charles R. of weighing 3.270 placed third by ing the weight two feet and three In the light weight Berry's team pulled the ion feet and 10 inches to first while the second pulled the weight three feet A team owned by Pete of was in this Today's was open to the county but tomorrow's contests will be for alli Frank J. former is scheduled to pay a brief visit to the fair this county's 102nd annual fair ed down the home stretch The fair closes tomorrow ninic with the presentation of an auto thrill show hi front of the Air View of Fair and Action on the Ground Five German Body ol George Mast Found In Muskingum River Here U. S. Jurisdiction Military Officials Charge BERLIN police and German police they control invaded the American sector of 's Berlin today on a black market raid and seized five i German police belonging to sector s An American military official said the action jly violated U. S. I It was the second backed raid near the city zonal borders during the Earlier Russian and German police raided downtown the Russian and Photo at left shows the Muskingum county fairgrounds from tne Tne picture British zones and arrested taken yesterday by Signal Photographer during the height of tte 600 Germans without Total paid attendance yesterday was according to fair board This contrasted to an Above Is a dramatic scene from this mornings One last evening when Germans of the horses in lie team driven by B. B. Rollins of near polled so hard its the Communist who harness gave horse nearly fell as the straps gave with gunfire harness was repaired and the team returned to the but finished out of grounded four the Nine other teams took part in the lightweight John Barry's teams The forces converged on f rom Sonora made a. dean sweep in both the heavyweight and lightweight divisions darner at least Germans were injured late in a. BerEners stoned the i trolled who responded j with as they i Tba and Brit- ish sectors of the blockaded meet at the Potsdamer About 60 Russian military police and soldiers were reported in- limited to county entries Fair Too Complains Ouster of Consul Demanded by WASHINGTON President Time was when a fellow could operate a A Bernard and Arthur Harris When Motor Boat Capsizes Near Duncan Falls Truman toid selective but things have taken a. turn for is stripping the soviet boards to start mailing T snl general in New York of his body of a Muskingum avenue man missing questionnaires to worse since OT tne order was in a 30-page a sort of male in the action The WASHINGTON United conducted swiftly of new Wednesday night was found floating Muskingum on the grounds wilt be a near the Sixth street bridge this morning 12 hours j the Buckeye Polled Hereford the opening of the three-day race and the shov Kaum will be pre- sented at 7 and 9 o'clock this evening followed by a fireworks Capacity audiences watched the shows last Clamp On Easy Credit SO. 353 Bat tbat teck a 01 vided fc done up in 1131 a cuy deferments will be given skirts and ant with and companion t mgn with to ding here and It was easy C. 60, of to Mea jn blind WASHINGTON ment pulled a brake on Winners in the Polled Hereford wheeling not listed yesterday New to stiffen g Champion Cedar Knoll loans and purchases Ky. and reserve most consumer goods costing cion from to were posted Ky officially by the federal reserve bred and owned by They take effect Sept. 20. Henry and Most consumers shrugged Bel they'll go along if it will help holme Farms and Cedar Knoll Females May These are packed up 1 to 4.U-. 21 1946: A. Goff by ad the power of the reserve board to put George H. a violator out of the Hiil nth Shore Kv One third down on Females Sept. 1 to Dec. Twenty per cent down on 31 1946: R. L. Duncan Goff and P. washing air con- Harm and D. called Jan. 1 to vision sewing 30. 1S4T: O. W. Kiine furniture and 0 A time limit com- and piett payment if tne article Females after 1. 51--.RW or Donald 0.: Dr. C E. Karry 3-enecavilie. O reserve pion O. W. and females bred and by Goff and third Pair of bull from 2-3 or 4. one female 10-11 or 12: first ana Pair of buH from The concession didn't com- me man oion t com position because of his military acd in the affair at demanded that Russia get and their faction of the ol this j German police had corralled many This sensational turn in in the A German over the policeman who witnessed tne ugee school teachers in New from the British sector disclosed today with from 400 to 300 ition of zn American note rounded .to the Soviet embassy last The suspects were placed oa O. The riOte and hauled off to jaiL delinquent condemned to die in the position and Police opened fire when chair visited with his of of crowd stoned them as they over- Ohio official into the British and Pet Dog Visits Doomed Slayer An on credit over bat a minimum STO charee payable in two or not are in: making a out of he lamented between his hearted to a few am genius any parts of the Germans in the crowd yelled at tne It was a trie were sincere anti- The S. flatly rejected Mrs. K. lana Mr. and 3Irs. Mikhail Kg A wire screen separated them from the who had just returned from confession with a Catholic at did not has been in the a Donald and Smokel American said the and Mrs. had declared their desire voluntarily to remain In this the trade going as The incident was the most ous since the Berlin police force MAST which and s setuo Single in en wHi be the first to get their which the boards win use to determine whether a ant should be called for tion or The must returned in 10 EO out Hereford show attracted 115 en- fyV Alt in the order of birth tries at more than for a While concentrating its Sre two the oldest according to D. W. Chittenden of ihen Donald and the United States de- cne by the Russians and Beginning Sept. the boards Kansas who is the ex- Smokel its reports on the refugee As ov are to stan mailing questionnaires secretary of the American np his this country city rife to other in the same Polled Hereford at the and that of the Soviet rumors after the action the Chittenden flew here yesterday 1t Ted the spent 20 have been engaged naires will be to pach by to attend the ntes Then Ted which is highly German reported to as soon as he reaches the brought out this message from j The note authorities that some age cf 19. FAMILY picnics were much in. his all made by the Soviets several Soviet Registration begins Aug. 30 for evidence yesterday and the Tonne men who want easy Against American flags in the shell of a rained men after Aug. 30. 1322, and overlooking the race track money shouldn't do 1 United States This could not be continues through IT for groups busily eating Donald was convicted of slaying igg Of two letters which it said Nor was there any younger tne races at the motorist in a plot to steal his were in the of the of reports that there 25-year-olds will be the first automobile and if in consulate general in New York in the me army expects to for had been written by Mrs. make its Crst call for lite music to ivas One was written at the time lend color a race and the Ted delivered this message of decided not to go back to band filled the sia anc one little more than a week j iCi li U father a she jumped out of the The band was on hand again I say please don't pat consulate window in New Stalled Automobile the by President Ke tre act is all sarre to Watson n Thompson and Fred last November J. the order tiie of Bandits Flee With Payroll Named arn puts an to a big chunk of and rao years to of 30. That's He cast his line at the part the clothing and dragged it to He summoned Paul Bulletins G e r m a n v. D. Pennsylvania freight early this in morning which had stalled on a Tarn to 9- to Fape S. HATE discovered tlie representative to broadcast a her at the does not from the condemned of the Only a legal miracle can save the efforts of of y The only hope is an peal to the IT. S. supreme ob- noi Defense attorneys can make that -A railroad crossing east of Maroe in railroad officials officials said Jessie of owner of the left the car after it stalled en the tracks and was not at the scene when tne crash hen YORK reported 21 men entered ihe least until so. mats farm Fires Laid the law ex- To Radioactivity WASHINGTON OV Labor Relations Board TODAY is Republic Continues sn office escaped for v. The occurred ar armored car had de' cause of Hi hurling at t-e ley of may oe the ordered a BI tne 3t -e on K tha the se of 1-er.s at The was AGE DRIVE OPENS wage TOKYO case furnace mght a destroyed a and but a ond otrer of polio were reported of unit almost simultaneously sn a Cleveland Girl a Named can find The nation's tribunal or Chief Justice Cari V. of the state court can an stay after is Frohrer guilty to killing Spieth of a from and r s OP. 17-vear-oid Art a vigorously today to Thomas Dewey's proposal to give Italy an opportunity to de- the resources of her former Italian Ethiopian legation a statement expressing re- it the a will never agree to The car was dragged for a and a half before tie en- gineer the to a m to represent on Ear F. td and in a were ros 12 there have LONDON The Evening declared Prime Minister Stalin has Miss M cancer today as Ohio of 154S." no plans 4o university at this the judges last TorTH ir Force Chief On Disabled A disabled had fie return to Italy cf ana fortress carrying Gen. air force chief of On the stand before a territories are re- landed safely at National airport pleas spects an and tney must be ri Jan. 13. 1947. he restored to the was so hard tne ment hira in the Turn to Warmer were Assistant Secretary of the Air Force Eugene M. 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