MOWBAY, JAIfTJART 7, 1S82 Germans Agree to Pay Part of Bill for West Troops Serving There By BRACK C'UKKV BO*»N, Germany (/P)—Western of- fjcisd* today said the Germans luve agrted to continue paying part of fee bill for Western troops in Germany, even after a peace settlement U signed with the Allies. .Th» United States, Britain and Frane* probably will promise in return to reduce thi» German finan- , oUl eutl*f when German ttoopi actual* take the field a* part of the Ojfi-nttton European Army, the of- Tlctal* added. Secret PUns Completed Allied officials disclosed yesterday that West German military leaden have completed secret plans for a draft army, conscripted on American lines, for their contribution to the European force. The plane call for a maximum force of 11 divisions, Along ivtth the future reduction In German Hindi f Or tha Allied troops, the three occupation powers also are expected then to free (lie Germans of levies for the support of the Big Three's diplomatic establishments In Germany. Major Hurdle Cleared Agreement by the Germans to thare the cost of Western troops on their soil after they win near- sovereignty clears away one of the major hurdles to a "peace contract" with the Aljles. StlU .unsettled it the question of how much the Germans will pay toward Western defense, and how their contribution will be divided between Allied troops and the European Army. Thi« question will be discussed tomorrow, when the Allied high -nleeionera resume ialks her« Chancellor Konrad Adenauer on the peace settlement. Germam Pay | n 195J Till* year the Germajit ere pay- ki« Ju*t over II* billion in occu- JOB rate—part of the expen.ee •f the BtJttah, french »«d American fatruoru and occupation M- teblUhmenU. The Germans at th« start of ne- fotlationa contended they «hould contribute only to the European de- fence fund, which will pay for the European Army. Thus neither America nor Britain, which won't Join that Awny, would get any German money fee: their troop*'in **- ly. •eduction 8o«ght -The German proposal also would have reduced present German pay- menu (or French troops liwlde Germany. ' VTMtem otHoMs *dmlt the O«r~ ma** irtiaeVy oejinot continue payment* on th4 present icala while finaeedngr a 17-dlvfaion army. But these ofBoials feel that It will take at le«st a year for the Germans to put their first troop« in the field, during this period, German e*penjee will be much smaller tho»e of America, Britain and 'Sound Off Author Receives Award JC»LTN, Mo. Wi— The first ajlnu- al Oeorge Washington Carver Award went t» „ youn« Negro who originated the famous Army marching »ong "Sound off." ".'illie Lee Duckworth of Sanders- vi! =, Ga., received the award Saturday. He composed the chant dur- WIN'S MOVIE CONTRACT — KatMeen Hughes (above), a »'ll- lowy blonde with hazel eyes who was born right In Hollywood, 'Is the winner of 1952's first screen contract. Universal- Internationa] signed her up after a talent scout spotted her on a radio program as he sat in the audience, ahe Is 5 feet, 8 Inches tall and lives wUli her mother. (AP IVirephoco) Tennessee Judge 'Just Disappears' TRENTON, Tenn. (AP)_Circult Court Judge Lyle Cherry packed his bags last Thursday, mailed has-' ty letters of • resignation—and disappeared. It was learned last night that the 45-year-old jurist hadn't, been seen or heard from since Friday, when h« stopped off to Kt his brother tn Memphis. J!l» 31-year-old wife said Cherry disappeared "without saying a word lo me about it" and knew of no reason why he should "walk out." In Memphis, \V. E. Cherry satd, "All I know Is that my brother visited me—told m« hla sinus was bad —and that he would get In touch with me from out west." 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