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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, July 01, 1946, Image 7

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Gen. Young, Former
D. C. Military Head,
Among 45 Reduced
Among 30 temporary brigadier,
generals whose rank was terminated :
today was Brig. Gen. Robert N.j
Young, former commanding general |
of the Military District of Wash
ington, who is now at headquarters
of the Command and General Staff
School, Port Leavenworth, Kans.
All but four of these brigadier gen
erals. who will continue to hold the
temporary rank of full colonels,
have the rank of lieutenant colonels
in the Regular Armp.
Fifteen major generals also were
reduced a grade rank to temporary
brigadier generals. As in previous
reductions, the move was a neces
sary sequel to the reduction of the
wartime Army.
Maj. Gen. Kenneth T. Blood, a
permanent colonel in the Coast
Artillery, is one of these. He is on
duty in the office of the Secretary
of War and formerly commanded
the northeast section of the Eastern
Defense Command.
Maj. Gen. Vprnon Evans, w'ith
permanent rank as colonel in the
infantry, is also known here as a
former R. O. T. C. officer at George
town University. He served suc
cessively as chief of staff and com
manding general of the United
States forces in the India-Burma
theater.
Gen. aialony included.
Maj. Gen. Harry J. Malony. on
duty in the Historical Division in
the Office of the Chief of Staff, is
another who reverts to brigadier
general. His permanent rank is
colonel in the field artillery. He
was director of the London Muni
tions Assignment Board and com
manded the 94th Division in Europe.
Another on duty here is Maj.
Gen. Russel E. Reynolds, chief of
the Special Services Division at the
War Department. A permanent
lieutenant colonel, infantry, he
served as assistant chief of staff
G-l, in the Western Pacific.
Maj. Gen. Stanley L. Scott, a per
manent colonel of engineers, also
is on duty in the War Department.
He was assigned to the Office of
the Director of Service Supply and
Procurement.
Among the brigadier generals
whose appointments terminated was
Brig. Gen. Clyde C. Alexander, for
mer assistant chief of staff. G-4, in
ihe Far East, who is now on duty
in the office of Chief of Staff.
Gen. Brown Served in Europe.
Brig. Gen. Wyburn D Brown, now
on duty at headquarters of the
Army Ground Forces, was former
artiliery officer in the European
theater. Two others assigned to
headquarters. Army Ground Forces,
included in the list are Brig. Gen.
Julian W. Cunningham, former
commander of the 112th Regimental
Combat Team, and Brig. Gen.
Charles R. Doran, who had com
manded the 75th Infantry Division.
Others stationed here are Brig.
Gen. Gerson K. Heiss. executive as
sistant to the Undersecretary of
War; Brig. Gen. Charles S. Harris,
on duty in the office of the Secre
tary of War; Brig. Gen. Charles E.
Loucks, with the chief of the Chem
ical Warfare Service; Brig. Gen.
Dominic J. Sabini, chief of the Army
Exchange Service; Brig. Gen. Gor
don E. Texter of the War Assets Ad
ministration and Brig. Gen. Henry
D. Jay, former comm*ider of the
80th Infantry Division, now with
headquarters. Army Ground Forces.
Palestine
''Continued From First Page.)
ber will be released when their ex
amination is completed. Although
some me, ibers of the Jewish agency
have been arrested. Mr. Attlee said
it was not Britain's intention to close
the agency or forbid its operations.
Before Mr. Attlee spoke, the For
eign Office said President Truman
was advised June 19 that ' drastic
countermeasures'" were contem
plated in Palestine. The American
Embassy said it had known only
that Britain was "deeply concerned'
about terrorism.
British and American versions of
what was said by Prime Minister
Attlee to President Truman varied
thus:
British version—On June 19 a
message was sent to President Tru
i HANDWRITING ON THE STREET—During the night the words
‘ British Nazis in Palestine” were painted on the driveway of
the British Embassy, as shown above. British opposition to
immediate Jewish immigration into Palestine lias been bitterly
! criticized recently by certain Jewish groups. An Embassy
spokesman said at a late hour this morning that the sign was
I still there, but added: “We’ll put the cleanup squad to work
soon.” —Star Staff Photo.
man through Ambassador W. Averill
Harriman. telling him the situation
jin Palestine was very grave, and
that, drastic counter-measures were
| necessary. On June 29, the United
'States was advised of the beginning
I of the count: v-measures. about an
i hour after operations started.
American version—Britain in
j formed the United States of its deep
concern at terrorism in Palestine,
'but did not indicate in advance its
intention to make mass arrests.
Jews Planning Retaliation
After British Arrest 2,000
JERUSALEM, July 1 Threats
of retaliation came lrom the Jewish
underground as British troops held
2,000 persons for investigation to
day following sweeping week-end
j security operations during which
four persons were killed and a num
ber injured.
The secret radio of the Jewish
resistance movement, "the Voice of
Israel,'' trumpeted "Britain has de
clared war on the Jewish com
munity'' and added ominously: "We
will return it.”
In Tel Aviv, leaflet bombs were
exploded by the Jewish extremist
organization. Irgun Zvai Leumi.
spreading pamphlets which charged
that Palestine Jews had had thenr
'Pear! Harbor" because they had
been "attacked by the British at
the moment of mutual negotia
tions.”
Urge Underground.
The pamphlets urged immediate
formation of an underground Jewish
government and unification of all
Jewish resistance groups, including
Irgun Zvai Leumi and the "stern
gag” of extremists.
At the same time a high Jewish
source in Tel Aviv announced that
meetings had been called through
out Palestine to consider a retalia
j tory “passive resistance" movement
similar to those undertaken by Na
tionalists in India.
Passive resistance would Include
non-payment of taxes, a strike by
• all Jews in government service
! and "complete non-co-operation
' with the Britisth” in other ways,
this source declared.
Jewish labor leaders in Palestine
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tions and parties throughout the
world protesting the "attitude'' of
the British government toward
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tions which they • began Saturday
"to restore law and order In Pales
tine” were virtually completed but
that searches tor hidden arms and
explosives still were under way in
a number of places. A strict cur
few was imposed on Jerusalem.
Haifa and Tel Aviv during the
operations.
Jewish leaders cabled Jewish
Agency officials abroad to come
to Palestine immediately. It was
reported that Rabbi Abba Hillel
Silver and Dr. Stephen Wise might
arrive from the United States to
morrow in response to the appeal,
i In New York last night Dr.
Wise said he and other Jewish
leaders would leave for Palestine
as soon as possible to lend their
support to the Jewish Agency.)
It was reported that an emer
gency committee might be organized
under Dr. Chaim Weizmann, leader
of world Zionists. But high Jewish
sources said that illness would pre
vent Dr. Weizmann from attending
a joint meeting today of the action
committees of the Zionist world or
ganization and the general council
of Palestine Jewry.
Eden Leaves for London
NEW YORK, July 1 </P).—Former
British Foreign Secretary Anthony
Eden lett La Guardia Field for Lon
don yesterday aboard a British Over
seas Airways Constellation. Mr.
Eden arrived in the United States
early this month with a group of
British members of Parliament en
route to Bermuda to attend the Em
pire Parliament Association Con
ference.
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