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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio I 173 rh i Charter of ZANESVILLE OHIO TUESDAY JULY WARM FIVE CENTS 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 lands July por g j Million ft M In Taxes of five western European tions here tonight viewed the Berlin crisis as extremely i grave and advised utmost caution in dealing with the sians This was disclosed by an 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 T foreign affairs advisor and the British ambassador o i called in by the administration today in a round of Q lOSt i level conferences on the Russian blockade of Berlin i There was some speculation that the move might mean I the next has been decided on The German crisis with its un- threat to world peace was i high on the list of discussions be- President Truman and top i diplomatic and military officials at the White House mier Robert Schumans I Later John Foster Dulles government collapsed or to Gov Dewey Republican nominee and sir It had been m Herbert Has Plan Loses Vote On Funds For Army PARIS Britain France The Netherlands Belgium and make Franks the British nc last November were consulted at the state mem The collapse was caused by i COLUMBUS 0 July 19 Dulles had his first the national assembly's action in Gov Thomas J Herbert will enter meeting in weeks secretary amending a his campaign for re-election 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 i recommendations jn the day with Undersecretary j cabinet a The major recommendation He told reporters that the There was no immediate three-point program for a Berlin situation was discussed ition who Schuman's successor and cial session is repeal of the one- i Asked whether the president's the successors of his cabinet cent sales tax on purchases from midday meeting with Marshall will be It s customary for i nnt j i nm n the representatives met for four hours tonight but reached no agreement on a course of action in ths Berlin crisis nine to 41 cents The leaders meant a to ask the up the union The source he said estimated been reached on the ment to on their one of the Benelux countries of a year next move to counter new government can rihas already claimed other tax blockade in the German j ings at Franks The in his formal call I can't speculate for the special session asked the Mr Truman got a retains the Originally British Foreign to consider person from assembly since Ernest Bevin and French i of in the maximum old age the Army H no formal vote on con and relief to the blind for Draper has just returned in thp the of a month and Berlin area where a crisis called in Premiers of SSS a ana ine aica ncic 000 additional appropriations clampdown on food and fuel The Popular for the department from the west has brought premier and the cabinet 101 Tne the r resignations in the Spaak of Belgium and Pierre Dupong of Luxembourg and Foreign Minister Baron Von Van Oosterhout of The Netherlands All five form the western European permanent ril created more than two ago the tne tare welfare appropriations about the possibility of a clash their resignations in the would cover Russian and western arms national assembly and then went of food and coal and Draper refused to tell President Vincent would the porters what went on behind in Elysee Palace i Door relief to 50 House doors Others in- As he left the place after now on Secretary of State ing with Auriol refused with focal secretary of Defense For- to comment on the political crisis the rest and Undersecretary of said Xo state will i Royall equally silent j It's when you arrive that you A conference spokesman said the old But Press Officer Lincoln White make a statement Not when you five officials had drafted a and blind relief maximum i speaking for the f go in nf thp the funds cussed i in the framework of the must the funds cussed reconstruction program j before they can be added to the Truman To Dump Issue Of Prices Congress Lap session tomorrow emphatically that With economic matters slated not ask consolidation of bfl out of the way by natiOnal and state tickets for the ministers were scheduled November election get to the heart of their should the constitution permit the straightening out of their Herbert said the year military alliance and the may enact the sales Ti -10 of basing if solidly on be effective only until July 1.1 ia finite commitments of 1949 This he said would give the president Truman will dump the military assistance j regular legislature which convenes issue soaring prices In general they had a I study means of or only temporary ing the alliance though there were other conflicts in the background Schuman and his MRP tried to spend the lent of The ists and radical Socialists wanted to cut this by was willing to allow a cut of but refused to gn along on the remaining 000 The assembly voted however to adopt the Socialist sponsored i amendment calling for the full tP cul The vote was 297 to with 76 abstentions and to ways this alliance on the armed might of the United States 2 To prepare means for ing the five countries closer eco- and financially 3 To map a common program for developing weapons which will give further strength to the liance American Citizen To Power Rate Boost Proposed 0 July 19 WASHINGTON July Stephen Haas Philadelphia estate man was stoned to death Sunday afternoon in Cairo an at the ing of the extra session in a Imade i obvious is to get in the first punch of a White i Capitol battle that grves every of raging as long as the A proposed 4.4 percent increase in i makers stay here electric rates for 67 central and The certain bitterness of the im- southern Ohio communities was fight was pointed up od by Columbus a move among angry ri Democrats to second Southern Omo Electric Co Soldiers Pay Respects To Dead Hero Uncertain When Calls Will Come Hershey Again To Head Program I WASHINGTON July of 25 may be the first ones called in the time draft Maj Gen Lewis B shey disclosed that idea was under consideration as he was sworn in today as director of tive service under the law passed by the last congress Hershey gave no details in his brief comment but the purpose of taking first would be will soon be past law's age limit If they are not taken quickly they cannot be en at all Registration for the draft luns -om age 18 through 25 The law ays men from 19 through 25 may e inducted The actual decision on who will e called first has not been made et Hershey said at a news con- after the ceremony But There has been quite a little discussion of starting with the er ones first The general said he has no m- yet as to when ion will start Neither does he enow he said when the first draft calls will come nor how many men the first draft will require Under the law actual drafting cannot start until Sept 22 Hershey said the first job so far as hs is concerned is to get some local draft boards and state tive service directors The ors are nominated by governors and appointed by the president Hershey said cards and registration certificates have been prepared The initial registration is ex- to total Turn to Page 5 Israel Charges Violation Of Palestine Truce Fighting men at home and j abroad paid their last respects j as General of the Armies John j J Pershing was buried in j ton cemetery yesterday An American staff sergeant fore- ground salutes during services at the Arlington amphitheater The General's body is in covered casket at right Gen rle rie right of the French army and his son a lieutenant stand be- fore a bust of Gen Pershing at the American Legion Pershing hail in Paris where they attended services in honor of the World War I AEF commander-in-chief Held For Murder In Death CINCINNATI July Harry Robertson of Richmond Sunday afternoon in Cairo oy jn criticism during the The company said the Egyptian mob the state announced today meeting Senator McClellan increase would become let reporters know that Aug 16 Haas is a naturalized Dixie group has no Communities tne Patricia Jackson The girl was thrown 60 fcpt to her death while walking with playmates on the Western viaduct Friday Robertson who police he had been bothered by who was with girl and her 1 will be a concrete ion high Ross said but that details have not been settled The ten-point program is still good he said although it is be- ing examined in the light of since it was first sub- O July State Liquor Enforcement Chief connection h mentioned Donald T Geyer today he was possibility a reports iba slot on grain might Chines and punch hoards wer be- in of supply Slot Operation To Be Probed shoe and us going that she would up scream and man mT and 3 up ChaiKs Tan was seized ern Ohio v a Dale Rivals Confer Draft Boards Held Xot Liable July A hrid thai diaTt N a suit filed by a of W ir panels in Appl and Th plaintiff S h ff as K n Ashland and N July T3 n K nf and a K Tie confer fnr will Si raul u-.v Denies Tale Of Loss WASHINGTON July The navy denied today a statement by 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 an of- said right in York a i Tri Tinian ari island Jn at an hu a it Pershing's Body Laid To Rest With Comrades In Arlington WASHINGTON July John J Pershing was laid to rest today on the summit of a slope surrounded by the graves of men he commanded from the jungles of the Philippines to the borders of imperial Germany A reverent hush fell over the generals the and the buck Bomber To Stand By Armco Employ In Zanesville Get Wage Boost es him lh 1 H av lhal nl thud givn out by the lh blasts at arid D Miller intoned the last Th of another soldier is his all fought and all won and he lies down to rest while awaiting the call was lh nd of the trail for Black Pershing who last Thursday at the age of 87 heavy with honors and already something of a gray legend to a does not thrill tn the of Belleau Wood and president Truman joined with of the in and n 1 h led h firs PTI y in th war tr r a T 5 air V 3 JTJ a The Weather SCAMPTON England July American bombers were refueled at three HAF air fields in this area today and their crews were told to stand by for further The two planes due here on whr labelled a training mission arrived today from Bay The combat and were they may visit and Kings Lynn but that to places far off as probably will be Command he big over by Col a to CAIRO July 19 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 ever they are The Haganah command has de- 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 said the Syrians ed a attack on a hill near the border in upper Galilee The hill taken a few days ago by the Jews was the subject of an alleged Syrian truce tion during the previous Holy Land i cease-fire Israeli reports also said Iraqi troops on the Jenin front were firing at Zir In north of Jenin and on Jewish positions at Wage increases for hourly em- The said were bat ployes of Steel Corporation against both Syrians here ranging from 10 cents to A counterattack against Vents per hour were agreed subsidiary action near the Monday at a conference of com- Hay Yarden bridgehead pany officials and of the was reported by Jewish sources in Zanesville Armco Independent Inc Ernest Thomas reported president of the Independent union of northern Palestine was announced tack by Arab irregulars on the Tel The rate for the starting zone 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 rates averaged approximately 10 This increase of 10 cents to E cents an hour compares with i AT 1 general pattern for state in- laKS dustry of nine and one-half cents to 25 it was said It that the wages of Armco employes will continue to oe out in front Thomas said y and H n a Friday July hnet showeis or ain Huron ariT KTI Dairy Safe Robbed At Cadiz 13 1l and A id f f Sears Roebuck Plans New Columbus Store O July ID and a in Co on -in STI SKIES TODAY for to i f v T K A lh J K w 1 J r 2 f T A S 5 I1 Tn 1 s ri 3 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 that of acrobatics as they passed present contract had been over the British field in the cd o August 3949 man capital Plan Manager R C Little an- A British official said Russian that salaried employes authorities had notified the will aKo larger pay newer air control center sometime hereafter A 11 per increase earlier that Jhe Yaks would be for all salaried been ing into the Berlin area He said they did not interfere with Allied airlift Into the to 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 ward and made a belly pass an American transport plane was passing the July that moment P dirTtly to The V S officers expressed the Ford 31 today to help opinion that the Russians had a of Motor Co taken the British field lor employes is only sax nules a tn away with ine Auto They were BARN BITINS broker off July 14 LEBANON O July at prisons amp west here K in 46 Ford 300 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