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North Adams Transcript (Newspaper) - February 22, 1949, North Adams, Massachusetts
30 copies was the average net paid daily Saje of the transcript last month. All figures subject to verification by audit Bureau of circulation Massachusetts weather rain warmer tonight. Low. 32, Cloudy warm tomorrow. High 40. One Hundred and fifth year vol. La no. 219 of tie daily Issue tuesday afternoon february 22, 1949 Price fico cents on yews stands delivered by Carrier 39c a week fourteen pages russian rocket listed by u. S. As top secret lands in american occupation zone in Berlin no harm done disclosure brings new bar rage of anti West propaganda from reds. By tie associated press american authorities in Berlin disclosed an incident today that has been a top secret for sons time. The authorities said a russian rocket fired in practice during Maneu vers landed some time ago in the american zone without causing any damage or injuries it was a rocket of the Ordinary Type and nothing unusual in its a High american officer said. The officer said the incident had been filed away in the top secret category because it would have served no purpose to make it Public at the time. The disclosure coincided with a new barrage of soviet anti West propaganda. Czechoslovak Cabinet ministers led by Premier Antonin Zapotocky left closely guarded Homes and offices today for a Parlia ment session marking the first anniversary of this communist no general mass celebrations have been prepared. But As a re minder of tire armed might of a purged police Force a purged army and the worker s militia a Parade of those forces has been announced Lor Friday in towns All Over the country. In China there was Little to indicate Progress toward unifying the National government. The acting president had paid a visit to Canton to try to per Suade Premier Sun of and the Cabinet to return to banking. The communists have been sit Ting North of the Yangtze Lor seven weeks and have Given no indication they intend to Cross the River right away. Red Gen. Chen i reportedly told a i emissary the communists would not Cross As Long As there was a Chance Lor peace. The Republican socialist cab inet of Bolivia resigned yesterday to permit president Enrique Hert zog to form a coalition of All groups which supported the Revo Lution of 1946. Such a Cabinet is believed to have a better Chance of meeting renewed threats of an extreme right Wing coup d eat. Bolivia has been under an official state of siege since Satur Day when the government claimed to have thwarted a plot by nationalist revolutionary move ment mar to seize Power. Anna Louise Strong american newspaper woman charged by the russians with being a spy has been deported from the soviet Union. The soviet press announce ment did not state where she was deported. Boy Browns in vain Effort to save chum Lynn mass., feb. 22 a six year old boy gave his life yesterday in an unsuccessful attempt to Rescue his playmate from drown ing in Lynn Reservoir. Morris Sargent drowned while trying to save John Pelley 7, after the latter slipped into the water while tossing rocks from ice along the Shore. A third child Virginia Watson 10, first tried to reach Pelley but she too went into the water. She saved herself by finding footing on underwater rocks and reached Shore unaided. S display signs of impatience unions urge democrats Toj Speed passage of new labor measure. Rainbow Corner reopens in London London feb. 22 Mer american troops have a Rainbow Corner to come Back to in London. The american red Cross club where millions of american i s relaxed off duty is being reopened As a British run glorified milk style. American minister Julius Holmes a wartime v Briga Dier general on Genera Eisenhower s staff unveiled a Bronze plaque on the site today. It is dedicated to the. Troops who passed through the doors of rain Bow it reads this plaque is placed Here As a tribute to All ranks of the United states service who knew the Origi Nal Rainbow Truman presents Security program Bill requesting vast expansion of sys tem goes to Congress with prospects of some provisions but not All being hike payroll tax. Home relief1 faces study Washington feb. 22 the National labor relations Board chairman said today the Taft Hartley Law Lias brought friction Between the Board and its general counsel. Paul m. Herzog the a lab chairman cited exam Ples of in action delay uncertainty and unnecessary litigation in a letter to Sena Tor Morse Washington feb. 22 of crafts in Congress urged on by impatient unions sought today to Speed passage of a new labor Law. The Senate labor committee neared the Windup of its Stormy hearings with no visible changes in the views of its 13 members. Their opinions have been voiced Day after Day sometimes at greater length than the wit Nesses following the hearings which Are due to end tomorrow the committee s 8-5 democratic majority is expected to with perhaps minor Bill embodying president tru Man s labor proposals. Those proposals would replace the Taft Hartley act with the original Wagner certain changes such As emergency boards which could recommend settlements in disputes threaten batt1 f Pretl off jews Battle police near the Kurfuerst Tamm outside a theater in the baulk sector of Berlin during rioting evoked by showing of Oliver the jews charged the Al Chi in anti semitic in portraying Fagin As a jew who leaches youngsters to tide of Battle was swung when police used fire hoses
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