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Troy NY Times Record 1948
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TVS. TIMES RECORD, TROY,
N.
Y.,
FRIDAY. EVENBHC* FtWUARY
17,
IftU.
18
jwws for the enactment of the ,vr. preakdent af tbe Lansingburg wa* Mrs Raymond F. Foster
young-MUmo* bill, defeated b>- the Teachers Aaaoclatiae and principall was assisted by: Mrs. Fted Smith,
S S J l * ? mere ' a S S S e ^ ^
»' ^ " ^ ^ . High ^IMKU; Hre t ^ k . u , Mr* Armo. Tooraajian,
than the etata-ajd taw flaaUyjJ Kenneth Lowe, direetar of th# program; Mrs Clifford L Bornt.
passed.
i Ranasalaer County P.T. A. Couaeil; deeorationa
In caacluaioa. he urged "\tm\un.
Krasat Spencer, of Saratoga 1
worship of the almighty dollar and ! „pr,n
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mora worship for th* aimSght> f
^' Adl,«a.cii District direc
^
j tor of the state P.T.A.: Mrs. Hilton;
chiM»
« | Lake deargr. grst \
Thomas O. rename, superintend l»er
ent of 1 <n*tngburg public asMMa.;* r *f ,4#at o f the state congress
was toastmasi
sttnaster aad tatroriuced **»•*the guest speaker. Mia* Elaine General chairman of the aveal
Hansen, a student at Laaaingburg
High School, played violin aslactions accompanied by Miss Gloria
GARGLE
Manning, elementary school eupe-r-
MARSHALL ASKS 'Sees Price Supports PUBLISHER BACKS
AIDINCPFASE FOR In Congress* H a n d s SCHOOL TEACHERS
PAY RAISE APPEAL
GREEK, TURKEY
Secretary Warm Totalitarian
Croups Watting To
Take Ovtr
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Wasaiaftan <<*•> Swift action.by
Coagraas to provide t275,000.(X»
mora military aid to Graaet aad
Turkt# waa tutaa by SacrsUry of
Stata Maratoall yeatertiay. Ha sals
•tataJitarlaa groupa" art waiting
to take ovar If U. ft, assistant* to
tbaaa nations stopa
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Prepare Now When The Demand For AN Types
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BULOVA - BENRUS
and DARBY
men.
This would give the Greek government a ten to one advantage
over the estimated 20,000 men the
guerrilla leader Marko* has at his
command.
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Aid Administrator Dwight Grit- j and won't stain even the most delicate ;
wold.
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MaeVeach, It was said will be soothe* the skin. (4) Special blending
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pointed. MaeVeach I* currently in
the Unitfd State* recuperating
from an operation.
Chairman Vandenherg (R.-Micb.)
•aid tbe Scnat* Foreign Relations
commiMj* will decide at a meet- PtOM SNIrrlY. STUFFY DlfTtfSS OP
ing tomorrow how to fit - the
Greek-Turkish proposal into it*
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Sinclair Oil Co. ha* been forced by
aahotag* to suspend oil operation*
ta th* Ethiopian province of
Ogaden, a government aourc* said
yesterday.
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NEW DAY CLASSES"
FORMING FOR MARCH 1
Washington lff»—Prioa aupports.oa ending price support* for
for many farm products almost j wheat, cotton, corn, tobaoeo, rice
certainty, will be dlaoostiaued at and peanuts grown for the edible
the and af this year unless Coa-itrade. These products are referred
great aaya otherwise.
j to by law as the Cheats" com modi
. J. Sfeventon Spooks At
Secretary of Agriculture Ander-,1***y
sea, anaouacing this last night. Price* are supported through
lantingburg Parentappealed however for early eoa-!«»**«»•»•« tureaaaa af surpluses
rreaaioaal action on future gov- °* through extension af loan* ta
Teacher Dinner
eretsuust at tee auppert policies.
farmers on surwuaaa. ?» #itn»*
A pledge of support id icfcooi >>>i>n<lrnt as* m i n i . '
Ha &aid in a letter to Caairsaaa jf**«
*** •"''P'w*- *M«h would
Martin Komerts
acctfrdieaUt.
bHn
Capper m.-Kaas.J of the flenaief r i *m thtP*ic«* dawa hi, withdrawn teachers of the state in their ap- led the group ia community singAgriculture Committee that the, »
market,
peal for a suitable living wage waa
department would be **v»ry reluct- Wartime price support legislation given by Charles J. Steveaaoa, pua- ing
The event observed the lath anpri^jexpire* at the end of this year It
support, after Dec U w T u » u t ^ f . - « « ^ - !«• dapartaeat to support •«»•«' *' t B « *«**tastoe County j aiversary af the e.Ublishmsnt of
mite direction from Congress
Producer prices of moat com modi- p »« t ' **** n t * n t ** »** Founder* jth* local council aa well as the
"Steagair commoditiea get their '"•« »l *•* '•*• taaa 90 per cent of Day dinner of the Laaataffcura; « • * anniveraaiy of the nation*! oru m < from a former member 0 f'P* r i t y
; Parent-Teacher Council.
ganuation.
Congreaa who sponsored price sup- 'Parity is a standard for rnea*- Mr. Stevenson addressed thai T B * invocation was given by
port legislation.
«**»* the levsl of farm price*, gathering ia the parlors of tae'»** v - **«t«r Panning, pastor of the
They include potato**,-awaet p o - l r * r * '** declare* parity prices Redeemer Lutheran Church oa the host church. Mrs. John W- Church,
tatoes. eggs, hog*, chiekeat, tur- t 0 »* equally fair to producer* and topic, "Inside Story*
ipresident, presided
He maintained that he would
Guests included: Marshslt Wheelkeys, milk aad butter fat, drlei consumers.)
peas, dried bean*, soy beans, flax
seed, peanut* produced for oil and
American-Egyptian cotton.
No decision has been mads yet
Marshall propoaad laftslar ion which
would maintain the flow of America* guati aad muaitioaa through
Juae 10, l#4t,
"It ia in my Judgement," ha
amid, "daoaitety ia o«r aelf interact
aa a nation and coaalatent with
ta« principle* of the United NaSAYS F.B.I. ATTEMPTS
tion* Charter to help tbaaa free
TO INTIMIDATE UNIONS
aaopi* retain their freedom."
The $400,000, :O0 approved by
SUPPORTING WALLACE
Congreaa last May far help to
New Tork UPl-A CIO. official
Graec* and Turkey baa nearly all said yesterday F B I , agents are
been a pant Without new funda tbe visiting union offices here to "inUnited Stales must atop aiding timidate and harass'' those which
(have indicated they will support
tbaaa two countries June SO.
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Henry Wallace for President.
Aaka Famda la Letter.
! Saul Mills, secretary-tredsurer of
Marshall made the administra- jthe Greater New Tork Political
tion's now request in letters to Action Committee, made the acHouse Speaker Martinj|jHl Senate cusation in a news conference.
President Vandenherg.
In Washington, F.B.I. headquarMarshall noted Turkey is "under iters said it*, agents viaited certain
constant pressure" to grant mili- fC.I.Q. union offices in Nsw York
tary bases ia the Dardanelles to (City "at the express direction of
"a foreign power" and to cade the Criminal Division of the Jus-!
soma of ita territory to the same Itice Department." Officials said the
wer. He did not name the power {department was interested in det obviously meant Russia.
termining whether there has been
T h e northern neighbors of any violation* of laws against poliGreece
(Yugoslavia,
Bulgaria tical contributions by labor unions.
and Albania) have furnished mora! Teams of F.B.I, agents', Mills said,
and material support to Greek visited the offices of 11 C.I.O.
Communist guerrillas who are at- ! unions in the last ten days.
tempting to overthrow the legal They gave as the reason for their
Greek government and establish a visits, he said, that they were InK
dictatorship of a foreign inspired |vestigating 1S46 campaign expendiminority," ha said.
tures. But, Mills said, the DepartMarshall did not specify how ment of Justice told his committee
much each country would get But ' last summer that f hat Investigation
most of the new funds would go ! was closed.
to Greece to help government
And in each inatance, Mills
forces launch a grand spring of- added, the union Investigated nad
fensive against the guerrillas.
'indicated It* support of Wallace's
Promised Artillery.
! third-party presidential bid.
The United States has promised
to send more mountain artillery,
machine guns and perhaps help the
Greeks increase the size of their
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