Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 5, 1948 · Page 3
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ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 104S RUSSIAN ORDER HOLDS ENVOYS INSIDE MOSCOW I 5AV- ! Lin iiiiiiiiT1) rtlli'i i I'lilll'llllll'liillliHwBiniif urmrnnnmi .nnmir inf"!! "r " " - ME THE WAY TO GO Soviet Censors Block Sending Of News Washington VP Russia m ai new order has virtually confined American and other foreign diplomats to the city of Moscow, the State Department said yesterday. A set of Soviet travel restrictions putting nearly all Russia off limit to representatives of other nations was disclosed here with the explanation thai Soviet censors have refused to let Moscow correspondents file the news for the last four days. The official announcement was accompanied by hints from diplomatic authorities that some retaliatory measures are under consideration by American officials. Soviet officials in this country are as free to travel about the United States as Americans. Note Delivered to Embassy The new order was in a note delivered by the Foreign Office to the American embassy in Moscow last Thursday. It means, the State Department declared, that "to all intents and purposes members ofj the foreign missions are restricted; to Moscow city limits. The order supplements & 1&41'SHOW regulation. it contains an expanded list of localities within or to which travel is prohibited for members of the staffs of foreign diplomatic missions and consulates. The State Department's announcement did rot give the entire text, but said that "for all practical purposes the list covers the entire: territory cf the USSR, the principal additions being the newly acauired territories, such as Sak-h?l:n- This is the island north of Japan which was handed over to Russia fcv a wartime Allied agreement. Japan formerly had the southern half. Restricted Travel Area A zootnote -saia mat witnin a. t v,, iar rforlar radius of 50 kilometers (30 m". th(J time for thr0Win.'oid to-from Moscow, the foreigners wUjmato cang aVld head United oe permitiea to mane trips out; debate is over. TRUMAN RULES DP ENTRY QUIZ Washington. VP) President Truman yesterday empowered the Displaced Persons Commission to handle the investigation of persons seeking to enter this country under the Displaced Persons Act. In a letter to Ugo Carusi, commission chairman, Mr. Truman called attention to the "importance and high priority that I attach" to the program. He directed the departments of States and Defense to furnish the commission with assistance and full facilities in every country affected by the law. "The highest standards of security shall be observed at all times," he directed, "in order to guard against the entry into the United States of persons who may be un desirable from the standpoint of the national security." THE WAY HOME..' Everybody gets lost once in awhile but when it happened to Evelyn Berko, 2, and she wound up in Detroit police headquarters, she turned on the water power full blast and with sound effects. Her dog, Whitey, should have known better, but was just as lost as Evelyn. However, he kept his poise. Evelyn's parents eventually claimed the-, strays. Austin Says Russ Refuse Effective A-Bomb Control rans (Ar) I. b. -Uelejrate warren ti. Austin said yes terday that Russia has indicated by her speeches that she is not ready to accept effective international control of the atomic He challenged the boviet union getting official permits from the Foreign Office or military officials. But within ths area eight districts were listed as off limits. Further, Austin spoke before -the UX Assembly's political committee in reply to Russia's surprise switch in tactics. Soviet Deputy Foreign the State Department noted that i Minister Andrei Y. Vishinsky these prohibited areas barred ac-jstartled tiie committee Saturday cess to others which were left ; witH a resolution calling for simul-open to visits. jtaneous treaties banning the atomic The note said trips would be , bomb and establishing international permitted to the cities of Klin and atomic controls. Previously Russia Zagorsh in the Moscow area, as 'demanded that the bomb be out- well as the Tasnaya Polyana. about 120 miles south of Moscow." But the travelers would have to follow "The principal auto highways." Of- lawed first. Definition Asked of Russ Austin asked Vishinsky what he mpant bv "effective control' men- ficials here noted that to get to j tioned in the Soviet resolution. He Tasnaya Polyana travelers mustjsaj,j the United States and the ma-go via Podolsk, a forbidden area'jorjty cf the UN Atomic Energy Eear Moscow. jcommission wanted effective con- Tasnaya Polyana Is the former trols and if both sides meant the home of the Russian novelist Uame thing the task was simple. Tolstoy. Fall River Saved Milk Price Boost Jt??:t "Their (the Russian) debate in dicates, on the contrary, that they are not readv for effective interna tional control," Austin said. "They still adhere to nationalism. There RED YAKS BUZZ BRITISH PLANE Berlin KU.P) Russian Yak fighter planes yesterday buzzed a British transport with 25 persons aboard ana new 'dangerously near' British cargo plane piloted by Air Vice Marshal Don Bennet, British sources reported. isoth incidents reportedry oc curred as the British planes were on their way to Berlin in bad weather. The transport was en route from Hamburg to Berlin. British quarters said the Rus sian plane made an "offensive pass" at the British European Air ways plane. A written protest was filed immediately with the Rus sians at the Berlin four-power air safety center, they added. m tneir Ilution." The U. S. delegate struck at re- Washington (JPt The Agricul ture Department yesterday denied peated Soviet demands for deetruc-dairymen supplying the Fall River, ;tion of ting stockpiles of atomic Mass., milk market requested anweapons He gaid the casing for increase in the price of Class fluid milk. chine shop and that no one had Producer prices In this market Callei for destruction of the nuclear ere controlled under a federal jfuel that goes into the bomb. milk marketing program. The producers had based their Sees Public Confused That being so, Austin added, why request upon the arguments thateonfuse tne public by demanding there is a general shortage of milk! Qestruction of the stockpiles and In Southern New England markets saying the nations will talk about and that competition of neignDor-;controis later. icsr markets is taking some of the Fill River supplies. Prison Comradeship Goes Beyond Death Deiaous Qk(-Wort Stuffed . lASA&WA and RAViQ Dmitri Z. Manui'sky. Foreign Minister of the Soviet Ukraine, repeated moet of Vishinsky's arguments in a 50-minute speech. Sweden and New Zealand generally backed the majority (American) po sition Milwaukee CP)The mother of me majority wants comrui m a a prisoner who a:ea during a o;gi"i." s"-j House football game, had a S304 1 range of the Security Council veto kitty yesterday from his cellmates i 'held by Russia, the U. S., Britain behind the walls. Roosevelt Pace, prance and China) i-.nd with fuil "Lr.arM vnnir.. X'etrro Bprv-1 powers of inspection. Russia s plan s ,.D, r.rr,. 'calls for an international commis- in concealed weapons, died Sat- f subject to the veto Russ.a tirday at Waupun State Prison not agreed with the U est oil after he was stricken during a ho?' far inspection should go. . & After a morning meeting the po- scrimmage. Some 9o0 prisoners caommitteeg, SUfpelfded tPne who are paid 2o cents a day for tn .in Ae,. their work at Waupun kicked Lates to attend the Security Council n araroira rr tvh r r-o Than n fl3VS ST. fiAST OfCWSSTMUT- Head of Army Congratulates Nation s Press Washington LV) Secretary of the Army Kenneth C. Royall yesterday congratulated the nation's press in a statement marking the observance of National Newspaper Week Oct. 1-8. "Few things are more important to the people of a democracy than a free and unadulterated flow of facts,'' he said. "In America, this precious privilege was early incorporated in the Bill of Rights and freedom of the press has always been one of the most zealously guarded of gifts.' "This week, throughout the nation, National Newspaper Week is being celebrated under the slogan: 'Your Right to Know Is the Key to All You IJberties.' "In these days, when people throughout the world are thirsting for peace, this .slogan is apt indeed." STROKE KILLS I JAN SAVITT, 39 Sacramento, Calif. UP) Jan Sa-vitt, 39-year-old orchestra leader, died in Sacramento County Hospital early yester- JAN SAVITT day of a cere-bral hemorrhage. Savitt was stricken while en route here Saturday for an engagement at Memorial Auditorium. His orchestra fulfilled its engagement Saturday night' without the leader. Mrs. Savitt flew to Sacramento Sunday from Los Angeles and was at her husband's bedside when death occurred. HARRY KNPF "Custom Clothes of , Distinction' SOFT CONSTRUCTION is a term used to identify skilled craftsmanship. You get this with no extra charge in men's fine custom suits at Harry Knopf's. Only s75 NEW LOCATION ! BURKE BLDG. 5 ST. PAUL ST. 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However, Robert Wright, electronics manager of the eiectro-pliance distributors, said he didn't think his experimental set would tart a trend toward video-entranced drivers breaking miscellaneous necks. "ItU go best in the back seats ef taxicabs, he said. CHINESE DIPLOMAT HURT Ottawa CP) Dr. Ting Young Huang, counsellor at the Chinese embassy, suffered shock and face cuts yesterday when the automobile he was driving was in collision with a truck. IT'S TIME TO SHINE WITH THaoucKa&sy SHMfi ' SELF-POLISHING t LIQUID WAX SHOE POLISH BLACK BROWN TAN BLUE OXBLDOD Invited unf fYVr ! or n "Let'i not ask Fred, h'i van cwtul wall flower . , ." "You'r right, must ask Bill, but w H took lessons at Arthur Mur ray's, and h dances diTinelyl" One Magic Hour at Arthur Murray's Will Prove You CAN Dance! An Arthur -Murray expert can teach you the famous Magic Step in 6 few minutes. It's the 'key to all the new dances. 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