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™- . ^^' -I -:i -hV m*ZMm ainst ales Rackets ",-- <J '-- '- •'-••-. - -•- ''-•-•* : • -- No. 19 RES reoten fc position r • -' ' 17.1 U.S. Representative iresfc Jackson, altor-; n$$M or Senator BIi}?b (D-j :MlS|f)fc of \ lh£ lawmaker attended: an ere e^ergericy me:eting in 194(X to i-klse ;funds to bay back $3000 .' - .' '.r. - . ' '- . . - - ' . -. -..•-- lL . +f * . , - I- Bilbo. " ^ -- .-. . ...^ .'..r..'* !.•.••»:'.^ A;commumtv^aia last ' - ' '- • •'•-' '**-- 1 ' -••- - mo^nmg^K) r; }i $3$ ;edi tbr|ffii<d 4p U br ' * __-_J L . T ^~ ^"r '^. ^ •¥ + > _BJ L J ' .- ^L .r _• S ena tor - . subcommittee ;.; h ••-* ^ and *- -- ' ;:: UXE), ,-' * -. ' '• House -merchant ;ina __ _. , ',''-• - i- ,"-'.' ^r"" .charged -1:qday that brrowed the iQOBeyirom Mt vcliar- (Ml snpienty • .1. : - *1 ^..^,.1'-.- ^^'O - '..^ 52,500,000 to the. Californi ' ' '* ' * " ' - -..•-•' - - ,*• Tdephoto ;ren, news- mong -. -"- 'i --M L _ *'\ ,•-//. ,*•• *"•-' •'-'---. '--.I" --.-'•. ;•---.-. *.' : .-yi; :,; -- -:.-•-.<:^.<s;- -•'•^/.^-^.. ^/s^wv:/^:^^ O *u^*r^5F*• • L* • *miit^i?mm$ L _ i'-F'-^-: ••* I I ;--Hi:-- newspaper ;; ••.".•• - ,^-':-: v-:* ^'-.i' - • - -, •es t i ge'froin: a ;?maJ I ;:cipuntry; weekly " '^- ,-^*"- -• -.- - - • i- J -f-' L - :.-'- !i' • -.-' 'r" ' ' v-P • --' service O-'. Soymse^sld^ _ ^ ^ j r -* n ^^^^^ ^^ ^ rT ^^^ H ' w f f '' ' J ad civic sessions ; Vv*ere ,; adjourned ^to mark _'his'^passing;;^Vi^^V;; ; : r: .'--v^ : ^^" .v; •; Befbre Jeavirig ; fbr;;this'H ' " . '-- " ' r-Ll" '^"^ ' -- ' ' - - _from • to vattend the fu' ' : L - h '->' ,' * -* -'.^ --•--, . »-f - eulogized ^the --4 _Gqunty; Clerk -*. -d .- 1 /. community. yes^v officials^ vandv: pioneer • B^ltt L Ll x H.l T-*^ 1 -^ ' •* *H- " 1 jl L *^ j • .• -." ". -^- -- L JI " '- " -" ,-- -..-''-'- -''-•/:-• i * - T ' .' -- j: : :v- ;; \-;/.^ : ^In : "'-^Ms^i--settirig^^H ' r ^i-\ -_" ' nx^ r j_ L ^ ,L T ^ T * ^T^ ' .j ^"^ *A^f_^^^ . —^ \ - ^' ^ ••'v.;>-. ! GptfnciI •>: A s:---a ; ,y : salute-x ' .?'-• -'- LI' , , ( . * .-^.— . * , ,. mentfe -i.qf vvKe-^n: ;.-.-", •<--•-{ ^s.i-" 11 -t--v^™r^"-.i- ! .- ' L 1 ' " - -• -,.•'- . .- ' :p-'. » ties and t ^ n ^ ^ i • •;: JIarvin'J ' *-< ' -,*-- -, '-A . v'. "- ,' - ..T " L ^ I -. -•'.- V- . * .1 I .-. 1 •--" • t - - ' •* "'- ; L • - . ' - • .handsr ;> ; ' . ~;,^:—."'i'-?'"' •, • - ;' :; /commHtee/icpurisel,; j . . Tto Push for Quick n Decision on Energy Dec: E SUCCESS, N. Y M 17; OP)—The United •- It - • ;:*• r > ,-]• -.-• . the ;cominl:tee's of ..!"thei i -• • * i Orleans whole'- ~ ' ~ " merchant, -and that ^^j ' -_ •- _. been threatening to \ ''••*•* • • ' > :disclose;iofprmiitioii about the loan, i" J*i(^^ P. 1 former Bilbbrsecretary, called; ui, Missi, iu Au-;" : 1940, .to .disciass a "matter of ; Bilbo . will; :get 3an l opportunity to £ soon 1 '; on ^charges that rich - ..,-.• _ -. • --• - :. . • T. .• ~.°.- ',...-• • - •• contractors lent .Miirn money. _'.---. . . . , -. - *• f Wm;;car;a iicl dug a lake at his -dream home.' ' • . Stales lost its Tight today for ^ ^ ' " ' • • • ^-* *^ immediate approval its - .- - - - ' -•• V .' -.* G .-• *... \&.: . f ~t ••. f L "\J .1 traiisaC tto; wi t ti^thl6H^m®tirfieia^ \ - .', ; rr .._ •;_ , . .; - : ';/„,. ..--.•'.-• «-/_. - - _ '_\ S. *-_.••••.';-".: ^-_, ', .Vj •: *.*-\ ,">-' --. .._ is attended, Jackson j ^ H _ ^ j" r _ ' by:^ ; ; : himself,^ ; .Terry,- the -late,j '"" " 'orNew Hebiron, Miss7, / ,v/^t/;Newtpnv ; 'Wiggins, i s merchant; >•' i i'.- ' -' -„' L If not " '•---•'^•.-sx^^^^ Go liri t y^ bh aiiiber ^of JConrni erce ? rq^§dei .table:; ;- 1 rt''a' ' ; hbribp 6t-: Ijove -.'House, ^^/^bntinueii^ytv^ee-Fbur ";"':''" "' : X . - 'L -I '.-" :- -' • "•- • r- .. - i - - _ f - *- i -- - J I - -\ ^^ -..' m-** I -I- V' ' -•, -•- -• *.^ .\'- . -. .- . ----- ,.,;- -- '-. •- L . :<• t _ ^ '-' - had fpiiud/PatriciiVv^phhsbn, -3, of / aii&^her^ hHeged- ab- paid one of i , h eld and ^attended. son ; \ SchqoV/ wHile Mr :^ !liar f ell vras principal,^^ said, A'The. passing of Mi 1 . Hai ; rell was a great shock to ;jne- and an\Jrreparabl& blow;to the:city and county he Ipved so- well -v •-. •' '",. t --.-*,• : Cou nty;, ' amer ;".; ; oPCmrnerce^ — ; * : ii^' -t ^ "'^' ' 1 "•• " ^ "->'*' '• ' •-•.•'"'• "-^'- i^i-' ::'b".^' hr ;- - r "r..:,. r --';-i^ i **.— <T * **» »-J * f^ 1^ I ^%^- -< ^^.^_ j^ «« i « .•• *** - -•--'*— ^^ Z -3. 1 - i.-^-^^ ^ __ ^_ _ — J. • paid^frespect have '. -ot - greatest . - . _ - - - -.many ^ fine things for ^ tthe ^DIEOO;; -Police gopd^a benevolent^ things : che, publicized^ We -/shall ; mis: -' •:.'.:--..-:••" ••• isors : 'The county/^pard p Superyisbi-s at its f regular^sessipn Monday Adopted a resolution - of; mourning ; 'tor:!; the 189S and} w ^late- publisher, - rioting /: thai -' •li$: : - ha^ ' established^: a ;lorig career ;pf ; -publie -' _^. j _j m > * _ _ •* j* ' __ - j i_ ^: -__-•' • _ *• ,._ j*'." j i "--'-" ' '.^ " : ' •" ^Tribute • - -.^ ••• . cates/h; these ; transaetoatw.ere: V^:;-.----^-'^ 1 ^ - .-T? /'Vi - 1 • \''^<^:*^^' : "^ W ^ ; ^ : consummated vertlsing' >and : ^^Avithout:^: (competitive ;1L -"- -i ' .'^ -- , t -f- •--„,..- ? - '.,'-^-' , - ;^ '- - 1 •• • ^.-;'' 1 -' -„'- \ •-^•'•s- : -• -.-•• •' i bid^:b?m&;;:requested^'^;^^S!:^^•^^" v V.l • ''-'> - '"i'apW*-^ --'' >-*^ i' + jit'- 1 '' • *^ • -^ a- > ' J ' ; r ^-_*t r " -!T •" ' • ^;"ThfiyaustifiqatipBfc^iyen^pr: these; V-V" ^*vv,:^-r.j> iT[V''-;,'' lh . ;• ---'^- J T,.-. 5?ji; --'^7- ; - - 1 •' -i-" '-/ -. ji i ' lisapupns•; ^as^^vtl-tat ••-Bunder . the yisjot v|h e^ ?asq ^ (^orgthe > ; ;sh i pyar iol , the ' 7 Coles saia^ter oommsson $ 6 00 ,00 0 , Qp 0 :f pr shipy ards dii rin g. t h i'e \var|^andr T disp^bsaK -of 'f theirgbyernment's ^" " '' " ' ' ' ^" tVOneq;f>J : alif runoff^^tromrsineUing;;; snows in --the ^~^> .- '-'---i. ' ' 4 . •. . -'.^ -.-^^t,. " — ' \ i .--, ; i -- - ,_ ' ne'arby : ihountains;.; -buti^tlie^eather —,',.:s- •?•'. .; ••. :; -..'•.••'' •"-.'. ":-'•.' '"-- -"-' '•--•;• -' .-.--•••.. •• , • ;:-.•-. j b.u reau • saiia '•'$ t ^cante..T pp'l at e; t p. ;atfect 4the ^vmain '& fioodS' cre'st^.iSbw^ j pa^sing * -*^ ' -'j- J - J~ L J ^.* L ^ Ll * L •^^Lrf T" T ' \ - • ^"' ^''' ^^ ~ * " r ^"^ J ' - —• --'--> •- • •> -erosion- of Ullrich :i;: ;gpvern- ,ment./iri\ T e>tei3 .;pyer^$25'^OQipj]L>"-vin- : ;ia* *" ; * ,rarid :had:: on-^/hahdvah''•iesti-- ^ _ •terlals.^ l*reius • testified ..: at.! "• .: - •- • - .' • •, -' l4L ";** : *-*i'i ' ^-', " .- bi <••• - - -•* *-' • • • - * . -'-- j- m i .A th&irequest of J Stewart '''- *"" f " ' ' -'' ' ' ' ' ff I ~ NEW "^f --- T; (UR)—A OSS^S^.?J^^VV«^^.';«: : • - : . Ueusationaf iieS-^v^f>aeht in the :; Earlier, ; -Jackson expressed the -, , , -> - ; ii: Vv ,.*t ^ ^ i • '-• " " • -.'. - •'! ^^' • • '. -•--•-..- . - :•_..• ..• *.•-. .-. i-y\T*rtTacQi^nsii' L ,iTf\f^t"h5iii." iL 'LViTr**^ C^OT^HQI «wii_; m «.T-i. j K«4' tt-u,,^j n -'^f- . n jt At*^,,,^^..,^^; ' IJi utci3»iuiiAi-'-J-UULUdJi.'--. .ii-v ts^rtiiiirti of thousands i state Vcori'upt; practices act. ^Unde£qu^sti6hing by Senator Fer- Alvm J * Paris,; ;the ; ; gambler who ;;kuson!;<imicii.). Jackson testified Ue,l trled to bnbeVtwo.New.^ork Giant • m- 1 ' • ~'-"r ; - ri -" : '.'"-'i^ ; ' *ikV •'"'' '•i*'"-" '-"5 ' - * - ( - - .- A. *«^ A T\IQX*OTC *" ; ^" L - • ' ~- .-'terry ; i an oVNew ton each, put up $7oO P^v ei ^' - ' ......... - • ' ' f,6;:pa^rBill3p's;ioan and it was under- stobar- Steward: would / ; cbntrlbute a . ^^^ L_ ^^Jackson ,. told -the v ^subcommittee - .- • • . • •-. . -.-,!-.--.' --'-w' --.--. - .. , put^oip $750 --j&s ;r> aj borrowed his Four .• - . -, "., - I --~- -- . i. -r ,i „ ,^ * Because, of ;.t^e. threat-, made In. a telep^bnfi call : to tiie unidentified ' - ' .-.?•--'•-•- %". •! *- - -. .•. K ^ ^ m- _^ Jrl _^j _-^_ +^ ' - K ^ _ -. - -'- - si- -.- ' •- V v^. . .>' •>:: *T'v -,- :-"" • .,r* ' .i f * <l. --+ - v - - - 1 ^ ; j soii^S^^ltTye^Qld// ; : Johnsdn//;whosefiatner reported', he! l hi" - ^ j f m l .^ r n ^T* l .. f t \ n . climaxed a:':'day: : "'"of - toy vshoppirig with v ^^ n_ ^ V V - 'W -^^ ^^^ ' ' : • ier ^pR-i t . «tpj>perl .; ahi the Iriends back, le^tKeiV/ said ;he; ^OfTl 1 ' V^fW* ' "'O ;• /Jl'iTl If"' i "* *L--- i Wl •- , Cv »Ut AlliV- iV/ftbout- 26, niaSe: *'-!_ -^ -- 'I . ^little :girl-ias;'she * f ' .• ' - .-' -'~^ ^ ii- • .' i- • -^ >.t --I- ..-.* r. .« -^ -'i p ny j^department j '• "'• tt Tl^l'^O -'""-•• T?", ''."."'.'..'-' •"' ' V "O" . F" "s-^' Jn * -.'. j .- ; '"- -:.-;••' - . •_- - - .-. . *3 L V- *^«*•--"".'- r i'L'V-"- 1 " i"'-'^' l: V,!^'/-'-''- 1: ' : '- -''-' ''V/ ±'*'•'?' .--;•'• : ''• /rf'/^he; stranger ! ia;?ked';peraijif;si6h. the gather (a^^d^o;^e^)3fe^ / c^rriival-ty^/amu^em^ ;•;:;'- cated at/ a vbU^n^s^ : d|strict/ corner /'; CBecau; s e; the;'Cliiid •was : ;so^ fiap^py: :an-a : ieager,/ jphhsbri^statedv^hieMet-her; go. i -'- .'- T^^ - ^ - ;j , r . '"'•" ^ • -^''- ''—'''- L '--'-.-'T'.''-'.-.-.'•-" , L - L '. *•' ' -' •:contr^for::;$5y5bq^!30; >tp ;tal^:iihe\ifacilities/and^ .;: ; = Coles /saiS^^ihe^corrimittee:/was 1 ** ''- -'•'^••"-'"ir " ' ' '"-"- "" i ^ -' ^ "'' ' J ''-"'"^ " '-"•' '•' •' • • •" JL "^ : the: l reasonableness i^f^'^e^sp*calle5 of:•:these ^ya^asl^but^aisp^;with -.'•;. ••'?•*-,••:•''• •.-'•-- •'.'"-•-,; .:eom mission, had«;:acte^ ;in:: the ;; best;;; interests Vpf in-leasing rather th^ :\'-' • ' -.."%, ' ~ * - -. ~ •'" "• -' - - ~ ^^ ' ' • m *' -- cphdernning theset%9ite3;arid iii erectr ;ing;o facilities; costing^ hundreds' iof millions of dollars .on leased prop- ' J l ' r ~ n — ^^'J --"^" > ^ - F ^^ "^ l '-- : --' 7 ' : [, :'-/::.^ ; " ; Continued on-Paee'Four \ " / -b. -,* r" 1 - (-' ^ •- F isirifssa! •' 17 - :: ; Barren said today t /impose 1'igher 'taxes: if - it ^iopesi[td^devglop>a3i adequate; high- 1 ^ f ^^ -I { __L_. T _ ^I^ILJ ^ " J •• _ f _-- ---f _L ^ — l n -A' .1 -.-. - J -_ >.: ^ -^ ' .. . 'M i -• i .- ' p i ' i i ^ ' '- -' -,i- : n ^ -, .- , v • -n r ' • > ' T^ ^_ r IT' y I -. I - -1 - >. ,' -^ '--'--- :-i^ - ' .' - --•- -. -:*'!',• "r- -J ' .. ^•^^•••.^r, i ^,^^:f^fe ,^<,wi-^,.«™, ;the<Ortakio;';rer,: Ohio - h of zer jRpckies to Lake ;SupeVior r :; .= •.... (: >The rraercurj r dipped- to 16', * '- ' ' • - - '.-'.. . ' ' b "'.-,"- --'- . " -' -- '- .- F -',••' - J ' L !_•" ' •*>" » " '- " " ' ^ " '^^ ' ''' '' r .l j:at/• Mipneapplis/ eariy/:tj6cfe^ : "/ \ b 'I • 1^ how ;17// ; m~ anhounced =.;-.,- ••-,"-.-. 1 /-.---. v v, . .;--• . •_ r-. ,- : .•,-;•"-•-••••• -.- -recommended • dismissal of : the six-, eartpM;" antUt r u s t >v s u i t -•• aga \ h ^ sjt ; th e ' V Instiute ; ™ - •" <repp" r" tets;: '-£ -:i- th at '±.,; " Attorn i&y^G ep^ eraV :^i^.vi^ «'*,; ^wi^e^;,:/ up^iaisinissal;;;of; :i : a :settleiheritn:bf:' ,., . r . . • *n. •" ' - ?legatr^pr^lems^/^ia/;d^si6n^^^^ ^p//^pec|e^l - in; a^ut/tTO^^Deks; 1 !: ^iyision's^reason; for :rie&mme^dine^ i- ' L ,:- -"' ~ ' '- - ''--'.'-'"• -. '. '•.- '-'_•' i" *•" - :-,- ".'-•- :' :"- . •"•-/ ." ; r . -- --• •• .-:- -•. '.*.-, - .._• -fj:.^ .-,"."• B ;:. • -...-.-. "If > Calif oirnia;f is I going : to; expana •-..-:-,:• ...-v.',!-,^if-:-i-.'j-i^..-.... _ everyone is -for "t " the - • JitWlb • Lj •, ti*^- ia;:press contereiice. iy .users : will be re- quiredlpf^ecessHy to pay a portion said. "In my opinS: should pay in accordance/to: .the /use; they make:, of the ,liighwaysand ;: ari ^accordance vvith the ;c.ost-:pf;Cphstruction ; .of the;,highwa3"s ,as jaffected by/their class of traffic." :/; Warren^ bas; called: a^special .session^; of/the ^Legislature for January •isotd/consider-^'s^ate-wlde: highway Warren., said, : ''big, ?y Vehicles should be. required <• '• ,-"-' "i •*',- *\- ••' ~ - *' [ •''''• * " ' ' -- L*IIF ^*r+\'r\v*r* '+Vi>*-v-i^ J .^Ivn" 1 11-f ±\ r* -' i*.i»l*f-n f ft Paris be; held- ^vithout bail for his own :pr6tectioh.; ;v ;• V :^ '•'•••. 4 Par : iis?Vap;geared for arraignment on two;''•-.• cpturts f. of bribery, but his Counsel obtained -van adjournment until, later:/today dnytHe, setting of bai);--."•?,••-'•-••"•''••"'T^V ";T""/ : '---''••-••. •• r "-. . • ... .-_•---•-- vMonaghan said;; he ', would have definite • proof /Of v^the :threatening The .-.report-, that^hc telephone call had^be^ii^mad^ packed Hup;! belief of the dis^ict^att6Eriey*s ;;:office that the/28-y i e^:Old;^P^f^-:.wasi/merely. a ''front-man-^for;a"-bjg-time New Jersey : ' " ' ated;on^ a/nation.^JdeVfaasiE. ^bB..^^ A ' ^^ L _ ^ i _ - ^^. . ^. B ^ _ oper- The betting "-scandal •which broke before ^ Sunday's: f National League professionai ] champion;:-: game be- t^veen the Giants;"and Chicago Bears, was being: /Itiy^dgaied:i:fylly by the New York 'county:grand: jury. irire tha little private i t — ^ >?^":f:He' ; said he'; believed ^tli^t^'we:/pught\ to -': get rid of <.,.--< -.-=:.-.-.- ,;.,, f.y -fg atl] - res of. taxa- and ;buses and; "re- ^re^l-?arge;:yehieles to pay" their ^^^eigaLtdiess\bf ^lihe type of /opera- -. T-^> l^ plan for controlling atomic energy after Soviet Russia pleaded for delay to study the proposal paragraph by para- 1 graph. Bernard M. Baruch, United States delegate who had come to the meeting with the full intention of getting u decision today,' finally agreed to adjournment until Friday but attacked "delays and delays'- in commission action. •Andrei A. Grbmyko, Soviet delegate, countered Baruch's call for imiiie&afce action with a Soviet warning against "rushing" iu this matter. ', Baruch answered:* ; : "Holidays, delays and delays—time goes by, then.years go by and nothing is done." Majority Approves He finally left the time of .the meeting in; the hands of the chair. ;Cirfty :0£ the "United Nations atoniic energy commission expressed ,liB£roval ;o§ the United Stales plan for, harnessing the" atom but Soviet Rusjsia pleaded for more time to study the whole question. Baruch, the-United States representative of the atomic energy commission, came to the meeting with the determination to push for a decision as soon as possible, Miss t Make Report ;The commission is considering policy for its political committee to follow in drafting- the recommendations section' of a report the commission must make to the United Nations security council by December 31, "Emphasizing "... that the United States stood firm on its plan first put forward last June 14, Baruch said: _ r "We have no pride of authorship but we can not, in justice to our trust, accept changes in purpose. We have debated long enough," ' He said the debates on anns limitations in the United Nations gen- j _ . r »rf eral assembly and the speeches o£ .. r -Continued on Page Four . \ occupation autKorities announced today that the "most important" German war plants in the /Soviet zone had ^ beext;-lictuidated. Authorities ,been to many's The Sbvriets curtaiu";over::; -M ' ^ ^ r Lr • in their they; had Parting,. away-j : : \^te^Ger-[^/PARIS, Bee. 17. UJ.P.)—Premier Blum,, presenting his all-So- a,/cpi T ner?of'the jclalist cabinet to the assembly to- voutput,-j day, warned the French people that nearly they would have *to make fresh tibn?''-- ^ jf b ", - :said4xe:wili recommend no r or tax rate in ' ' • leave; the/tJevelop- men^/o^i^:|pyb^ani^/^ '-the legis- half a ;page^ip /the;fpfficial/ apny sacrifices to pull the country, out organ Taegiiche ;Ruindschau ; to a statistical 'comp^spn^of/^production levels; fixed /by^iftie / AHiqd control councH/andc^e^w^^ i_ f _ _ n r LL above at ; by i - . - J ' L. -. l - J J' T J .»- tL l'--» l^ — ^^J r ^'lV-B Frf.¥^. t Th« ^ifbi't^owed? tnal;t ;f ood^^ces f .. . . ^ b ^ ii.-— ^ i -.— -f -—- —P ^r—-^-. w ^tf - - ^w»-— ^v - ._-^f &• f^f. —-^f^r-m^ ^B -. Um^ : M^oup£ --..-• ••• - - -v::v r.-:v,v-:_ - — ^-^vs^-vv-^v-v'^x^v.-i.i - r J '-^--,-. v..../,-;* ^>'^ h> - "-^-;^'. ^~^.-; v""' v /^-' r r^ : ^- ; -T '^"v " v '"" i v/:;-'?.;: : i; r ;^^:_':^_yy',' •^•^,^ : f^yy"^|^rv'/ : 'V:>^\: : -" *»VV^i^"II''AiAjMi-a'irt4-j^^V^' : ' : '. ; ^ were other ^practices ^ detrirrientvibf ; ' - ' -^ - ' ' ' ' . . d -. .— - - , -. - -"•- , .- - r .' - '. r p ,'-r 7 : M>Th e .case : :; was; not ; iirpseciu t e^ d ur- • n g- Ll I *-.' -i •::--,^--- cSest Plate • ., -' n •-Weather . T 1»4f- . W. - ! NEW TC continental and r*\'« '"***.'*^'. -.1' negotiating |a/:$4p^^Q^bljoan. with 7 the Recpns^r^ction^I^Ji^ce^Corpoi-^ tip n and ^an ^dditiojml-Ipa.n fit; $ 5 T 0 0 0 1 - of; its grave economic crisis. rlii a brief address to the assembly, Blum pledged France to continue to work side by side with its aliies in preventing the rebuilding ofj German war : , industries. .Bliim said France would cPntinue to demand coal from the Ruhr and I ' - . ' • ^ other reparations, as well as the economic annexation of the Saar to . Prance. . Before >.he,assembly convened to J hear Blum, observers predicted that it ;would give his cabinet a strong 000 - Assur- vote";:of confidence. '^, —. ." f |v/near; Oiniekori; Siberia,; : where grounding^ r : of .S0>desrees below *&& it was of pf;Gpiost^Tlations, . - , > •^ • " . • r = -\ *• - '- -r! >1 . . •* J .-"I !.'•-'.'-• . «•• - -T •mv ^ »-^" ^ . ^ ^» • • •» • " -*- — » - - - — -—-- — , B -^ - _ <«•*-«*-.»—' , .^.... "5'" ' r "C" v """" : "Ti •> '•': -4 p^rJ--••*..*«., ^ 1. I* ' •BBRJLIX; 17 '« .-X * * l'_ ;chan . W effect; ^mmmmmmmmmmf^^ -i NM ,-. * . . 'J Socialist government was in te .jpsitlon of controling directly oii}y : 101 of the 618 assembly votes. Its existence : depends upon voting support from the Communists, Popular Republican^ and Left Kepub- lica^ri Union. This appeared assured because of the financial emergency facing the country. I. b. w r I' r^' '- .'.' » I r*. m. - • ; 4wctor;. was; cleared tonight^ by : } a -de^; i • _-j*-- A- A -I. 1 - ^ t j* * * '"- • '• '"' • ; '-- - K- tryhien;; on; ^charges: Iliat :> v -It- •'<;^s-*^ •^ >, _» ..-^^r-.^-'J. •. / • «4«->* — *< i however, :'j before: ^urtwaehgle^ can i. , -• '-• ; -.'•- .'*-"• - i5 '-^ -?.-«* i 7~ i -.''v --• -'' *--r^"'-- -v ri -•', -: ;i ^ ---',"•'-• , - .•- .*• resume Ixis , Jh , J f as i*- •-'---" ---Iv." in the • to / ?how tlie /world that^ «bti all c mans iVere^ . j- - •L-'- h '* f:> ;-''i •••n i V/;TII e^'s pejtiiot-n e / removal.- of ; : **^6ry'ibff icikls •'/ ; -and advisers ^t-the ,: ^arid in »--*.- ^ :''; - ,^-•- r on 'grounds ' v • - •' • '. '-' eo^:af ter^eigh t > mon fchs- ; 6^ ' A—*-.' ',--•- * -I IT" - ^^ --,r "'. - '•'.',-.--' ' - . - ..-'•'. .••.— ' -m -; -'r ' ' * . ' - Lr,» -I- - L .^ rf' . f -Kf 1 ' ." " ___ I-.- •_ _ _f 1_ _ • - •" _ * J_ _. _ *.- -- . '-^f * ' . .• < • • - - - ' F " . • "•• fer m :i^^rf-=;*^. -j' .^•-'i'^: ^' i •-;4-< J .- T u V cainpaign i*-in, fmy h - - • , - . . I . ,,-»-"_»*, ^ ^ ' . ^ I -_j"^ - r l ^ , . . _ ^- • i • P 'I I- -»—' I'l'-l- •- - I J : tl^SorMitt^|^m --j- -'iii- .F • » j "-i , _'•'»•; ' ' .--. • ---. *-;"'^-^ r >.itT: ^ ^ -F H- -„ the I , ^ , ^ b n l l \ t \ f .f, , 6n the heels/of b^ > iKtrty memjbers ^ig^^t!^hiat^e^ : ;.csQlea'-i Q^^^^i^&i^n^^th: the United ^Sjjai^'J^^ war^ with •^::;,.>iJi'-.-T:..' 1 .:-'',."i';--->--:.-. • ^ . . u " ""^™Tiittt0e^report t inforin- acdused-, some British >•. _ ; -Brit- iitl ranee d l^proye in the i - '••Ha'"' 1 - •""• • - •-"•-•-•, ^isposses : s8d sentative^;'i.ot : - ''the : -: old /order.'' \By were said to -- f-- with ?Jeft" wing •- ., -• - • " the war with fprraapsnor^mg; <^to array of; """ -"—•—-'----'—--*' • pflicials^ "Britain;^ ___, _ ,_ , ^ _.......... newest fciro^^fe^^ait; ;prcipul- • ';'.- " M : -'•'j'-'-r-'.- : "-'-'^':.---f-'f 1 -:--'"'. • '••• -'•,>• .. sipn.^, r;^:;>^/;/v.;;-,/:-.^ ; ;:.V:. '••--.• • . Although S&fSsi i^of;! th€^ ; fleiails; of the new' jet ifljing iwiiig6 are;; secret, a speed is s top an • - . i back: at ? 'r..'J^. •• :^\ -.-.- r -i -~v, ^^rTAen'iip «i i : *Vf h ft ii li-T 5^;-: t£%-fi,A.C'C«. \-li.L <t*4^4 j. '-v- .'.'<" TT.^._ - -, r - .' :• .. J . :' • ,_•'•' - j - r .^^m^^^£J^^^*^ilje' ^ report; ; was am s th|; Re wingspan ;is£92 'weighs 22 ;ions. The \ type costing plane is^shaped like rs swept tej-angle, ot Brit- F - -- /turbine /The ahdvthe^plane -" - - i. <,... ,„*••* V '- J-'- . ' rsearch wa3 leave -•-,;.-.. .,*. ' bnflt in : 1^ f dered onths ^rompliis' or- L 1 ^T-^ -^ ^J _' ^» ---• -.- * WASHINGTON,; Bee. 17. (UP)— House Republican leader Joseph W. Mai-tin, Jr., ;Of Massachusetts, today squelched talk of ia; compromise in the G. Q. F, House leadership battle and insisted that votes must decide the issue. : , Martini who will be the next House speaker,: told ^newsmen lae had no, intention of stepping aside as chairman of the RepubHcan steering committee, the G. O.: J?/s strategy-making' body }to the ;House, It had been reported that Martin would be/willing ;io'let'the steering chairmanship go bto Representative ;Clarence. J. Brown of Ohio if Brown would /quit the. leadership race in favour :of Representative Charles A, HailecVsof Indiana. ' Martin also denied a report that' he^quld move to disband the steering committee during 1 the coming session in order to freeze Browa out of any top role ia the party's congressional; councila . -I I -Li 1 V •'-y-'-<-', :-l;v; --^v. •. ; -^-. -- ** 'f

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