The Mercury from Pottstown, Pennsylvania on December 16, 1949 · Page 12
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The Mercury from Pottstown, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Pottstown, Pennsylvania
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Friday, December 16, 1949
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE Phone 2263 POTTSTOWN MERCURY, POTTSTOWN. PA'. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1949 Paul Robeson, 27 Others Sue as Result ot Riot NEW YORK, Dec. 15 (**>—Suit for $2,000,000 damages was filed in Fed* #rai court today by Paul Robeson, baritone, and 27 others as a result of a riot near PeekskUl, N. Y„ last Aug 27. The action was directed against two Westchester county veterans organizations, the superintendent of the New York State police, the West Chester county district attorney and 12 others. The civil rights congress, a plaintiff, asked $100,000 damages, charg- i ing deprivation of civil rights. The | individuals asked damages ranging from $10,000 to $200,000 for alleged j personal injuries, assault and deprivation of civil rights. Terror Behind Her face deeply etched by suffering, 69-year-old Mrs, Helene Frolowa arrives at New York to begin a new life with one of her daughters in Brooklyn. A White Russian, Mrs. Fro­ lowa was thrown into a Russian concentration camp in 1920. While there all her teeth were knocked out, her hands and one knee broken and her husband, brothers and sisters were killed. France Urges U. N. to Warn Israel About Moving Government to Jerusalem lake: SUCCESS. Dec. 15 (&)— France asked the U. N. trusteeship council today to warn the Israelis they are risking very grave consequences by moving government offices to Jerusalem. In secret session, the French proposed that the council label the move an obvious contradiction of the 59-nation General assembly decision of the past Friday to put the Holy City under international rule. Council President Roger Garreau of France told reporters and delegates, however, “We are like eunuchs in a Harem.” This summed up the pessimism growing here over the possibility of imposing I'. N. rule over the city—now occupied in separate parts by Israel and Hashemite Jordan. Qarreau called an open meeting of the council for tomorrow and the French resolution may be voted on then. Only Iraq supported it today. Other delegations said they would have to ask their home governments whether they want to warn and rebuke Israel. British Delegate John Fletcher! Cooke told reporters he was not sure the 12-nation council has authority to issue a rebuke. He said the council probably could do no more than try to draft a plan. * * * THE BEST WAY TO do this, the ¡council decided, was to junk the modified internationalization plan of the Palestine Conciliation commission and return to the proposals drawn up by the trusteeship council early in 1948. French Delegate Henri Laurentie asked the council to let representatives of Israel and Jordan give their views on the best way of implementing internationalization. No decision was taken. After the council adjourned a U. N. press officer read a transcript of the meeting to reporters. Dr. Fadhil Al-Jamali of Iraq, told the council he was confident the United Nations would not accept movement of Israeli government offices to Jerusalem. The U. N., the Iraqi delegate continued, has the possibility of applying moral and economic sanctions. » * * HE SAID HE WAS NOT asking for military sanctions because such a step might produce a new war. and the destruction of Jerusalem should be avoided. The United States, he contended, was the real cause of Israel's ex- RHEUMATIC PAIN Help get temporary relief from tortur- I ing ninor aches and pains commonly i called rheumatic pain* Use NULFEV I .BLKTS for quick action NULFlvY i TABLETS, a time-tested formula, used by thousandi for over fifty year? temporarily relieve minor acnes and pains, are also recommended for simple headaches and neuralgia and muscular pains associated with thj common cold Guaranteed NULFEl TABLETS must relieve quickly or your money back The new improved NULFEV TABLETS are on sale today Don’t wait—get help right away with genuine NUtFEY TABLETS. Use only as directed. Only 59c, all SUN RAY DRUG STORES 1 istence. The Iraqi expressed the be- 1 would obstruct free access to Jem- lief that in the political sense ini- salem's holy places and declared plementation of the assembly's in- planning to rebuild the temationahzation resolution was an easy matter. j Temple of Solomon on the site ot a Al-Jamali charged that Jews Moslem holy place. LIMERICK SALES and AUCTION MART EVERY SATURDAY 1 P. M. to MIDNIGHT Meal Specials This Saturday Our Own Make | Wetland s SCRAPPLE „ 19« BACON ‘/‘P£ 24 <= WeiUnd’» DADIfCTTEG Boneless lUlllVt 1 1LJ . ft 58« On Sale bjj Ed. Buch, the Butcher Gala Time on Decamber 24 ----Santa will be here. Christmas gifts for the children - special awards for Adults Route 422, between Pottstow© and Collegeville Limited Space Available for Concessions Pittsburgh Man's Body Found; Gang Ride Hinted PITTSBURGH, Dec. 15 (TP) — A man who apparently was taken for a gangland ride was found shot to death today in Patton township — with a good luck charm in his pocket. Police identified the victim as Henry Borasso, 33, of Pittsburgh. County Detective Sgt. Samuel Riddle said: “It looks like a racket killing.’' Riddle said Borasso served a nine- month jail sentence for burglary in 1942. He currently was awaiting trial for a series of robberies in connection with Pittsburgh's “T-Shirt” gang. He wa,s free under $1500 bond. Borasso was shot twice in the head with a revolver. His body was found in a ditch alongside Abers creek road, a mile from Route 22, Patton township. Is at Morris Miller's Choose from our large selection of Quality Merchandise — priced right for you! * Men's Robes ..... $6.95 „P Men’s Corduroy SPORT COATS #4 1 QC All colors and sixes......................^ I*§»#•! ALL WOOL SCARFS *4 QC Plaids and stripes...........................* I« FLANNEL PAJAMAS and O GC * NIGHT SHIRTS .................. 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