Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio HE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Associated Press HE A os os 86TH 173 NOVEMBER 26, 1948 FIVE CENTS Prints the News Tells the Truth DEFEATS FOREIGN POLICY ISSUE Cabinet Gets full Report m Marshall Foreign Affairs Subject of Talks At White House WASHINGTON ident Truman and his review ad foreign affairs at hour-long session met members told after the meeting that tary of State Marshall did rreat deal of the j General Donaldson j brought the on the international Wright Plane Uncrated that meant shall catered both the pean and Chinese phases of the foreign would not go into what nor other cabinet 3. news conference last Marshall described nese situation as critical saA the administration is the United States properly do to be of real President Chiang Kai Chinese Nationalist No announcement has yet come or any 4 Presidential Press G. Ross told reporters he of no plans for talks between president and Secretary later He added that Marshall is free to drop in at the House at will to take up any he desires with the chief Human Rights Hears i i final Form i i Historic Document i To Be Submitted To UN Council PARIS world of proclaiming iand equality for its final form Delegates of the 58 Nations completed the jof 28 draft articles of a of human Fence Backstops the i Only the preamble and a new article or two i to be acted on before the historic moves from the 3S- soeal committee to the general assembly for final here this i The declaration has been in preparation more than two I It is estimated 700 hours of debate developed in the j Some of the J bitterest ideological clashes in 1 U. history accompanied its 1 An human rights headed by Mrs. D began ion the declaration in 1946. It was completed by the social here after nearly two months jof The declaration provides an meeting place for thoughts and ideas of dozens of different religions and grade O. A dispute over It combines Workers are shown at the Smithsonian Institution In Washington removing a wing from the crate in which the Wnght famed Kitty Hawk plane was shipped from England to the U- S. The plane wiil be placed on display next S School To Open Official Brutally Beaten After gathering these youngsters in in the Soviet zone of carefully skirt the high fence isolating dwelling of Russian military government Fences like this complete Moscow's segregation designed to protect Soviet personnel by Western ideas through casual contact with -j 4. f building at Dillon Falls in Falls matching silver dollars resulted in: pies of the constitutions of Soviet conferences will be open for severe beating of a ava naa police reported land and Civiliz situation since Marshall re- ni pupils Monday u of Fran 41 find expression in meeting Ponder i erlin Problem Dayton the United Civilizations andj and Frank 41, west find expression in the lists j and comptroller of the I N. officials landmarks of- for a He is in j though it will have condition a broken moral at least at brain possible skull It proclaims a i The have been attending fracture and face standard of achievement for all at Grove on welling out of a dazed of all and calls Newark road and the at Vincents hospital organ of to on the West told Police and observe the wiil be this is what A human rights 9 Fail in Daring Attempt To Escape Jail in Chicago 1 8 Captured in Prison Yard After Sawing Through Steel Walls Agree to Terms In Dock Strikes The twin completed earlier in the year at Licking contains four class and a recreation 36 feet by 66 feet which has m capacity of 360 CHICAGO prisoner was killed and others surrendered after the nine criminals sawed way out of the Cook county jail last night and were j ped in the jail SAN Terms for settling waterfront strikes oni and west coasts today Vote Follows Bitter Attack Against ERP Proposal Meets With Failure In Security Council PARIS The United Nations assembly defeated today a Polish resolution forbid economic pressure by nation against another a means of influencing or foreign Poland's Dr. Oscar Lange ried the ball in the debate for the Slav bloc of bitterly at- tacking the European recovery plan as an American nomic cold war against the ern European Lange contended the use of nomic power to influence the cies of another country is The vote on the resolution was 33 to 6. with Russia and the em bloc alone supporting it. Iran and the pines Absent or not ing were Dominican re- El i i Par aguay i and j Willard L. an assistant S- secretary pf opposed proposal as an attempt to dis- credit the ERP by nations envious of the American assistance to Eu- ropean charged that come countries cannot sell materials to some other countries for of military de- the records and m there has Miss Genevieve PARIS neutral members of the United Nations speeded their search for an will oe to the Berlin problem at a principal at the new lasting until the Others teachers and their classes this and a He noticed that j employe of the restaurant oe and sixth Mrs. matching dollars with a man seated in a Welling and got into the About a. m he binding all signatory nations is into a restaurant for coffee .to drawn up before next i L. N. CIO Prepares To Hail Murray in the 86-day on the Pacific coast settlement terms Earlier in the day Dr. A. A. Arutiunian of. the et Union said the United States i Two jail guards thwarted scaring attempt of the nine to use trade a tool of them to strike of AT L of foreign The i climb over the 22-foot wall after the i delegate said the United States from their first Both tentative agreements exports in a way ratified the union to discriminate against the nine prisoners awaiting i ships before 515 European countries and the to put tO 568. On the Pacific coast four ether i Thorp doesn t deny that to state Ore. the jail shortly after 7 p. called the were made available after session The neutrals had before them the Russian and western power replies to a questionnaire ed out by legal and financial perK on the knotty problem of Berlin's Plan Annual Pageant E At Logan Wednesday won On the third match he won again but the man in the booth disputed Says Reds i Favor DeGaulle irom jail i i. t having told the world how feels after they and about 1.000 other are involved in the re- had been sent to the Longshore terms are justify Arutiunian r J elect all its officers today and pat on a wild demonstration for Philip Sheriff Elmer Michael Walsh today suspended three guards at the Jail for to count i the kev to The four other unions scheduled meetings In political No. 2. management challenged the right of ithe assembly to recommend that the security council drop the Big the The man in the booth hit ing in the Welling hit him Then Welling went to phone booth to call followed him and a Gen. Charles de Gaulle During the stirring davs of the More than musicians both to get They went to in Murray depart and the neutral singers will take part in The elder Socialist tradition cf past to halt he fired one shot over their j The Pacific second of Australia said it flo Another man e ouu e He rose up in public with The shot attracted the est in has cost by the first time the right of the Omos annual pageant and the two men began beating whose party is violently anti serfes of 5gainst tention of William 41, a mate of the Pacific American to vote on a resolution had membership Leon are at through steel j It would release some 530.000.-, Yugoslav Delegate Leo Mattes akf o' to Sain 24. a of Marshall plan cargo in a vote on the secretly that ends i guard m the ern docks and restore had the power to take nine men j running into the millions of a He was by from t When they ignored his command France and CoL E. expressed this theory in that will certainly echo guard in the about in talk from the western to TO be held addressed it was learned Police captain that was recent series of newspaper of rate allo De Gaullist scoffed at the a prisoners had started to climb also lost aole effect in tne international top of the wall and The negotiators hourly lne Lexington high indicate the success or will be among 14 to provide j assailants were not of the latest attempt at the music for the t identified and police said they had the differences between the j other high school bands to no i and the in the affair will be from New Murray Union Carbon and NEW origin More 6 000 destination of a ins and felonious assault been challenged The Polish proposal recommends that all members the use of economic discrimination de- Weapons Believed Headed for Israel Mother Holds Gas oi a of guns and last still unknown 3at there were hints according that the weapons were io fee sent to IsraeL Police reported the FBI is a hand in the investigation of the O. Piqua youth Moscow and the French profess to be mortal enemies of De but says is all part of a gantic Blum given additional munition by remarks De 3M r x the ground and nine by 15 cents to SI 82 an countries or to whom was carrying a rope which was amount the or foreign policy it was of- fashioned from two torn was asking it struck m the but was not voted tenta the plenary to Stone he Communists and their friends in the smaller onions of the left wing have been squelched so thoroughly that their future fc toward the shaky The convention J Riley one shotgun charge' The union officers yesterday gave the CIO which hit and killed the column agreed on a 13-cent at tive board almost He was identified as to Aug. 21 to bring er to tate the iob of 28. of New eastern daytime base scale to wo NEW YORK 3S-vear-old workers away from those an ex-convict with a police record an mother was booked early today fe to 1S37 He union in International efforts to a felonious assault action came transfer to Joliet penitentiary to vote rn the The and s- jing her of holding her irard he will not protect serve a Jo 10 year term for previous demand son's hands over a gas stove 2. The western defense of men whose interests are automobile 25 cents the to punish and the fact that it is headed promoted and propagated by The The other eight prisoners hourly daytime said the Mrs. by a general and not a Caily Worker and the ed no J Geraldine told them I suspected the of By implication De Gaulle ato de- The convention also provided a soine cigarettes and small the proposed Atlantic steady than in which Eve men were ar- who is said to be turning to chanEe her pact the southern ihe was arrested after De Gaulle indicated that if he izing and more money back to power he will national CIO was The boy was taken to St. Luke's ate these pacts and oppose done by a where he was reported rent Allied strategy even at the in the per capita tax from deep hand risk of losing American CIO unions pay to the CIO for rested stone to the nurses They were taken in custody at St. Elizabeth's hospital today a Manhattan It was his 13tn seized a ton and a arsenal of George Taj lor never had to guns and a birthday in a be- were arraigned But he took it a smile CT charges of violating the stale even though they told him he was and the suffering from a rare disease with case was adjourned until Dec. 9. a long name he couldn't pronounce It meant an of the muscles and a changing of the tissues into a S Premier Attorney j. o heart attacks in two doubtful Oi Ohio State Democratic woald re- i Pronounced Dead Comes to Life I Waterfront observers predicted union ratification oi the Pacific bat that no hitches developed it be about a week before dock work re- sumes the 265 idled The Pacific Coast Waterfront Employers association agreement Tarn to 9. Congress May Drop Contempt Charges NEW Hollingsworth Named Head Of Highway Patronage Group for examining accident A political campaign against and 55 ben J. president of the were m effect as the result u D has petered of a case in a was BUrnS Some pronounced wanted to Fitzgerald as a CIO vice would N. M. 1.X inward M. com- spectacular fires in New loner of esterday Mexico caused damage and WASHINGTON wiTi drop contempt action against some 60 people who re- fused to say whether they are or ever were There are three 1. The justice department has passed the word informally that lay off anni its own Communist party leaders are out of the whether he will and for highway district No. I SHOPPING 14 More Nazis on Gallows it was announced The organization is composed of Democratic chairmen from perry and Knox counties who will make recommendations i for appointments to nigh- iteen German war criminals were way i hanged todav at Landsberg he call a- meeting of the chairmen The executions brought to 87 of December to discuss of nien executed ir groups patronage in the division of from nine to 15 on seven con- to lorm a regarding the for tne slaying of recommendations for positions inmates and will be sent to Gov. Frank prisoners of Lausche his An eleventh hoar stay of tion was granted Richard Hollingsworth vas named to 50. assistant to S. S. General Ernst head the organization at a dinner was meeting held Wednesday evening hanged after the original war at He succeeds O. J. trial at Sharpe the new Their DONALD CLEVELAND is the first full day grandmother ese 86, will spend in and if she spends a good part of it it's not be- she's disinterested in her new If s because grandma slept not a wink a 2--honr airplane from Paris to She was too Mrs. arrived here last night from her home in to spend the rsst of her life with I her Therese i Hommel and Mrv Maria Maorer of woman was reported and tooay at a year-old At an botJe was m her BOY SHOT involved was against the 80th t the in- tat that the 81st of U. S. 85 and 60 ate except for contempt destroying a store and a damaging the post Each of the fires caused j damage estimated at Rain O. Richard I was anc wounded today while TORONTO trustees of occasional hunting his 14, the Toronto Evening Telegram considerable somewhat near Richard was snot in the announced yesterday the sale of abdomen with a 12-gauge gun the newspaper to George he accidentally got in front lagh for McCullagh of his older deputy publisher of the Toronto Globe and 15ffs were j Yesterday's Today's low 1 p.m.