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Wednesday, June 26, 1946 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Page I.V fragments, but for the purpose of centralizing power in the hands of the national government so highly Village Has Sole Ownership that all measure of state sover sold the Board of Education's predecessor, the Plainville Rural School District, a lot in Mariemont for high school purposes for and in 1936 gave an easement "tor the use of the stadium and the Dog- Press To See Bomb By Television; Holiday Atmosphere Aboard Ship, eignty shall disappear, and all the Of Park Areas, Court Rules rights of individual citizens shall Again Is Danger be in jeopardy," Dr. Eversull asserted. The Village of Marlemont is theaone by students and the village Colonel Nelson charged: has the right to regulate the use of absolute owner of Dogwood Park, "We are conscious today of the the areas consistent with their and the "stadium" property in wood Park ball field under certain restrictions. The village asked for a declaratory judgment as to the right of all concerned. The School Board asked the Court to declare it in exclusive control of the areas.

bitterness, selfishness and bad tem Mariemont; the Mariemont Village To Freedom, Township Trustees Are Told. dedication to park and playground purposes. This was the finding of Judge Al School District has no right to erect per, which sometimes seem to De the pervading emotion of national and world leaders. Compulsion is permanent improvements on them, a new disease in America, oucn fred Mack of Common Pleas Court although the village has; the school practice will eventually destroy the in an opinion handed down yester district shall keep the two areas Class Friction, Compulsion liberties which have been ours since day in a suit brought by the village clean and shall repair any damage the founding of America," against the Board of Education of ON DlAMnKiM VAJATr ue Cu wrouiAor Capt. Charles R.

Scott, Assistant the Mariemont Village School to determine their respective rights Held To Be Threats To American Society. Centralization of government, OtO "cLIAfll rur iM State Fire Marshal for Rural Fire Protection, reported that townL At Home Or On Way and responsibilities in the areas. The suit was filed for the village by ships frequently were negligent in a I i Wfcoai Francis T. Bartlett, attorney. COS VINE magnification of class interests and preparing fire protection surveys The Thomas J.

Emery Memorial (BY ASSOCIATED PRESS) Four troopships bringing 6,618 showing sources of natural water a trend towara compulsion were seen as threats to American so supply and locations of fire hazards, soldiers from Europe are scheduled PLAN IS LACKING. ciety yesterday by three speakers at a convention session of the Ohio to arrive at New York today but no service men are due to reach "Many fire losses have occurred because of the lack of a plan in' a State Association of Township township or an unincorporated vil Trustees and clerks in Taft lage. Too many times has the fire West Coast ports. Ships arriving: AT NEW YORK. General Richardson from Leg The speakers were Thomas J.

Herbert, Republican nominee for department answered a call and then been useless in a few minutes because of the lack of proper preparedness in fire protection," Cap Cordelia of Hollywood I The Brassiere that is fashioned like and gives you that custom- made contour broadcloth and horn with 3,170 troops, Haverford Governor; Dr. Harry K. Eversull pastor of the Walnut Hills Presbyterian Church, and Col. W. R.

Nel tain Scott declared. Victory from Le Havre with 1,483 The association passed a resolu son, Superintendent of Millersburg troops, Chapel Hill Victory from Le Havre with 1,166 troops, Costa tion condemning a proposed amend Military Institute, Millersburg, Ky. Herbert, former Ohio Attorney ment to Article XII of the State Constitution on the ground that passage would benefit oil companies General, declared: brocade material designed to give you the utmost in comfort. The present administration has by, in effect, preventing reenact- Rica Victory from Bremen with 799 troops. Ships which arrived yesterday: AT NEW YORK.

Williams Victory from Le Havre set the pattern for centralizing governmental affairs in Washing ment of the one-cent liquid fuel tax without insuring that the re ton. You township officials have been, and are, open champions of duction in cost would be passed The Appalachian, flagship of a wartime amphibious force, dubbed "The Big Apple" by her crew, is headquarters for press, radio and photographer correspondents going to observe the Bikini Atoll atomic, bomb test in the Marshall Islands early in July. on to consumers, or that road funds strong local government and you would be increased. can play a dominant part in check with 1,505 troops, Maritime Victory from Le Havre with 1,363, and Chanute Victory from Bremen with 1,061. The resolution said: "We are op Fot average, full or extra large busts.

Sizes 32 to 40 in small, medium and large cups. ing this trend toward centralization chairs to confirm that the war is really over. posed to the proposed constitution and then a correspondent is seen surreptitiously refreshing his vocabulary from Smyth's report on of power. No group knows better BY WHXIAM II. HESSLER.

(The Enquirer's Foreign Kewi Analyst) (Copyright, the Cincinnati Enquirer) JVi'nfA Of A Series. al amendment to prevent diversion than yourselves the value and The Appalachian, designated by the Navy as GC-1, is a veteran AT SAN FRANCISCO. Storm King from Pearl Harbor or foad taxes for the reason that strength of local government, and atomic energy. it appears to be a move to reduce For many of us aboard, this is with 1,385 Navy and Marine personnel. ABOARD USS APPALACHIAN, road revenues rathe than to pro a jovial reunion.

Mike Johnson, vide revenues. ENROUTE TO BIKINI ATOLL: Steaming in an unvarying triangle, of the New York Sun, with whom the dangers inherent in removing government from communities to distant places far from direct contact with the people governed." CITES CLASS INTERESTS. Warning that the nation faced I went through the Iwo Jima cam the Appalachian, Panamint and of several amphibious landings in the Pacific. She was the first of a class of ships built especially to serve as floating headquarters for the commander of an amphibious operation. Consequently, she is fitted with unusually good communication facilities, indicated by the maze of radio and television aerials and antennas above her paign aboard the Lexington, turned up in the stateroom next to mine.

ITALIAN LEADER CABLES. Alcide De Gasperl, temporary head of the new Italian Republic, Most of tha correspondents aboard covered some of the battlefronts, "the peril of dissolution," Dr. Eversull pointed to "class interests" as the cause. $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 Corsets and Brassieres Exclusively oeber's and many of, them in the Pacific REMOVAL TSOT1CE KLEIN OPTICAL 40 Years at 411 Vine Street HAS MOVED TO 427 WALNUT STREET Gibson Hotel Street Floor MA 3230 "These class interests have been Of these a good share are old acquaintances from CicCPac head has sent a cable to the Cincinnati members of the Societa Operaia di Mutuo Soccorso expressing his gratitude for the good wishes sent to him recently by the local group. Members of the society are United superstructure.

435 RACE ST. magnified, class consciousness has been accentuated and class hatreds These facilities, expanded for the Blue Ridge, amphibious com-mand ships of Operation Crossroads, are moving into the middle Pacific With cargoes of newsmen, official United Nations observers, and Army-Navy i brass. These three ships are the last to sail quarters at Guam. NEXT: Supply Problems in Operation Crossroads.) Comfortably Air Conditioned Ik have been created, not for the pup- present operation, make the Appalachian ideal for a press ship, pose of breaking the union into States citizens of Italian decent. There are spaces fitted out as broadcasting studios, a photo laD- nrafnrv.

and laree radio rooms fi-nrr. whirh naval teletype radio oDerators will be able to transmit up to 200,000 words a day. In ad rtitinn. there are television receiv from the United HESSLER. States for Bikini, most of the par ers installed at various points ticipating vessels having reached about the wardroom, so that we may be able to see and hear what pnps on in the target area during the Marshall Islands long ago.

Aboard the Blue Ridge are num and immediately after the detona-l bers of high-ranking officers of the A.hnmb Number 4, even armed services, representing vari though we are to be 14 miles from ous technical branches of the Army and bureaus of the Navy, to wit the center of the cataclysm. ness the tests of the atomic bomb. On the Panamint are the official thv. TELEVISION GEAR has quality of product mmmMM Jimt1 11 representatives of the United Na turned on each day for tions, invited to observe the tests- timB. Tt works all right at least in trio Absence of a vast release iWW .3 S1S11S1BIL Wf nf atomic energy.

lyPlp L.UJN11JNU1JNCT SUCCESS fig I On their way out to see the first niiblie revelation of the awesome except for their press representatives, who are here on the Appalachian with American newsmen. This voyage bears little resemblance to those I made on ships of the Navy in 1944 and 1945. There is a holiday atmosphere that would have been indecent during the landings at Okinawa. Bugle calls sound through the ship every half hour or so, but never the imperative call to general quarters. After dark, the ship is ablaze with lights, force of the atom, a test that will go down through history, newsmen no doubt ought to be champing at the bit.

But it doesn't work that way. There's almost no talk of atomic energy, but there's endless talk of the Boston Red Sox, the black albatross that has followed the ship for days, and the dispiriting weakness tM and the Blue Ridge, a mile off our wo tvI mom coffee. There ar Bort bow. looks like the Island poker games, bridge and chess, (The representative of Red Fleet Queen on a gala evening. Tnaa News Aeencv, a Soviet ABOARD the Appalachian are 'about 150 newsmen, representing naval officer, is a very good chess nlnvp.r.

More energetic newsgatherers the press services, radio networks, magazines, still picture and news-reel services, and a large number of individual newspapers. These are the "passengers," for whom the Navy has even provided steamer labor at deck tennis in the sultry heat in late afternoons. And the consumption of detective stories is Now rising to an all-time nign, Need For Experience Denied For Recreation Chief's Job serving as Acting Recreation pi-rotrtr wan named to that position Qualifications for a new Director Rp.oreation to succeed Tarn officially at the same salary Deer- Peering, resigned, should not in- in received a year. facilities will be pro elude 10 years' experience in the recreation Joseph A. Meyer vided at a new junior and senior high school to be DUllt in joseiawu, HTTihfir of the Board of argued yesterday at a meeting of the Recreation Commission.

Education, reported to the Commis sion after a letter was reueivcu from C. J. Schuch, President of "Any businessman could take the Job and in six months learn all there is to know about it," Meyer the Roselawn Welfare Association, asking that a playground be set up iWlnrpd as the commission con sidered a proposed list of qualifica in that area. TOUR SPEEDERS TINED. tions that mciuaeu lu years expen ence.

A commission staff employee pre hared the nrouosed list of qualifi TMnoo tntfliiiner S79. Tlusa 61-day cations in connection with a city driving suspension, comprisea xne penalty imposed yesterday by Judge job evaluation study now being con ducted bv a Boston concern. William D. Alexander in xranic Court upon Robert Sullivan, 4026 st T.mvrPTipfi Ave. Sullivan was The Commission postponed ac tion for a week.

Meantime, Edwin G. Becker, Chairman, is to prepare charged with speeding 61 an hour on Columbia Parkway and another list. Elmer Gerwin, who has been not having a driver license, inese fines and suspensions also were levied on speeding charges: Kern Sammons. 978 Nassau S15 ana costs and five days: James Kloster- i WMtf) Atimurinlf Hw 1trVfrmwlr ImmvI llnnn i Kn nritnnal nil iainfiri man. 4125 Edith $8 and costs II.

and five davs. and Roland ljong, 840 Clark St, 51 and costs ana seven days. i i.misnnntW1. Child Is Scalded: Ronald Well, 1R08 Cumber suffered burns on his body yesterday when he fell into a tub of scalding water at lus home. He was treated at Children's Hospital.

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