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Coshocton News, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1946, Coshocton, Ohio W EATHER Cloudy and mild temperature Tuesday THE COSHOCTON NEWS to tha Interest of and Vicinity JiW W V Vol. No. 36 Established 1946 Feb. 26. 1946 Four Cents Notet and 4nd Control Pratt Phone 1900 Solons Turn Down Power Measure IN A PRESS interview at a New York Egan L. 25, for- mer U S Army expressed fears for the life of his Ernst once Hitler's favorite pianist The elder Hanfstaengl is now in don awaiting repatriation back to the country where he fears he will be according to his An appeal has been flown to the U S embassy in don asking that a visa be granted to permit him to come to the U. S. Pittsburgh Gets Relief Utility Threat Delayed One Reds Admit Cleaning Out Jap Plants Industry Equipment is Taken Into Russia MUKDEN Gen Andrei commander of Russian forces in Mukden says the Red has re- moved heaw and equipment from some factories in accordance w ith a Big Three agreement made the statement to a group of foreign ents He said authorization for the removal was contained in either the Yalta or but he couldn t remember which one The Russian general s statement came during a frank questioning by correspondents who had several Mukden factories un- der Soviet control without formal permission One factory v was the important Manchukuo Kosaka biggest machine tool plant in Manchuria Correspondents found of evidence heavy and equipment had been removed They confronted itch The general explained a Big Three agreement provided that Japanese w ar which had been highly developed in Mukden wasn t to be left in Manchuria so it happens some heavy machinery and equipment of former Japanese war plants has been taken vitch said He was asked whether it had been taken to Russia Alter a slight hesitation he re- Yes Stankevitch added Europe where Americans have been a certain amount of equipment and war machines have been sent to Pittsburgh residents were granted a one-week reprieve from a. threatened power strike and compromise was seen in New York city's ened transit strike And in a third great al an mated 40 000 union members pre- pared to march on the city hall in a massed demonstration against the firing of 700 striking city water and power systems were not however Announcement of the ment of the Pittsburgh walkout came last night less than a half hour before the 12 01 a m line for the strike which would e hit home and business m an 817-square mile THREE OF THE NINE appointed bv Gen Douglas MacArthur as members of the International for the Far are at Hamilton Field as register for their flight to Left to right are Chief Justice John P of the Massachusetts supreme representing the U S Judge E S Court of Kings representing Judge B V A professor of law Utrecht Holland representing the erlands This is an official United States Army Air Forces Churchill Lauds American Education Plans for Vets MIAMI Fla by all the education bodies of Church 11, standing before 20 000 the United States and bv the people in the Orange Bowl American people generally to dmm said today it is the of nations to provide for the education of young men re- turned from w ar Receiving an degree the University of Miami the British of war davs spoke He indicated he considered that out m public for the first time in Manchuria were i since beginning a vacation in Mi- similar The general parried the j ami beach six weeks equipment question at but answered frankly when pressed France Will Block Spain Will Close Frontier Effective Friday PARIS The French government decided todav to close the frontier between France and Spain at midnight March 1 and to renew requests to the United States and Britain for tion against the Franco regime Reliable sources said the In the labor-management net also decided to refer the disputes idling 789 670 ish situation to the UN security of young men have had their education interrupted by the w ar the former prime minister reminded Their lives have been slashed across by its flaming sword We must make sure in both our countries they do not suffer needlessly for the particular form of the fice have made have been cheered and also make up to these joung men by all kinds of spec al arrangements and facil ties what may have lost by their ices at the front I have read it is proposed to provide facilities almost im- mediately for of 1 500 000 young men coming home from the end that jears It is hoped that may be provided for Men w ho have fought m tion and led others or by their example inspired others have had an education invaluable to the formation of character and the development of those qualities by wnich freedom and preserved in strong must also be given in outline at any rate of the treasures which mankind has Six Demo Candidates Disqualified Secrest 15lh Senate Contest COLUMBUS Six candidates for tions on the state ide ticket were disqualified fiom the May election hen Secretary of State J Hummel closed the ind that petitions of 54 candidates hid been The all it c hope fuls were disqualified bee of insufficient valid on their petitions Lt Gov D Nve w as assured of re- nomination on his ticket when his tw o opponents were eliminated from tho contest Dis were M Hill I and Anthony acono Cleveland Leslie G Sci mger Columbus I was dropped fiom the slate of Democratic candidates for secie tarv of state and Ham J Halpor from the list of those in the tace for state Two of the six candidates for U S Senator weir dis qualified were Ralph J and John P Ruch Cincinnati j One candidate for at large was disqualified He was Walter A Kellev of Cincinnati Seven Democrats remain in the race for this congressional seat All of 23 congressman are running for reelection Seventeen of them are w primary opposition and are cer tain of their nominations Three Republicans and three Democrats will face opposition m the primary voting They are Republicans George H Bender large Cliff Brvan 5th dis- and Alv in F Weichel 13th district B Michael A 20th and Robert Cleveland 21st district Sharp battles were indicated for at least nine of Ohio's Con- gressional Republican and three Democratic The holders of each of these had less than 55 J ARGENTINE voting under the watchful eves of their chose a president in most tion in 40 but the result will not he known until the sealed ballots have been not until the end of March The Democratic Union party is ing a victory by an for Candidate Jose P. left who is casting his vote Spokesmen for one-time Argentine man Col Juan D the Labor presidential decline to estimate his chances for election Jap Envoy Says per cent of the vote m 1944 a slight shift m strength would reverse the result m the Note Never Sent TOKYO Okumura first secretary of the area developments shaped up as 1 A union spokesman said council The cabinet responded to heaw left-wing pressure for action re- dous efforts which are being made City Ousts 700 Strikers Failure to Return Brings Discharges HOUSTON Tex An Would Ease Idle Bank Withholding Urged hood lined m orange green and white colors of umv from President F Ashe The citation for the degree was read bv Dr Guy E director of the Association of American Colleges ried the fore he resigned in 1942 to enter the Navy He will oppose J W Griffiths incumbent who won the seat bv large gins in 1942 and 1944. scheduled for after midnight tonight 2 mediators re- poi ted progress in efforts to end twin ing b cad and milk supplies for Detroit 2000000 residents 3 Longshoremen and agreed to resume in an attempt to head off a tie-up of Pacific coast shipping 4 CIO auto workers officials It decided to make tions to the American and British governments about the danger to international caused by the present situation in Spain It was presumed the cile ment would try to persuade Brit- and 45 000 workers would ain and the United States to iom pate relations appeal issued to 65 AFL locaN including taxi drivers France in a break with the Franco The decision to mountainous frontier unanimous vote of the Mrs. Norris Dies After 3-Year Illness Noms Williams 62, died in hei home on Coshocton route 4 at 15 p m She had been ill foi three Mis Williams was bom in saw Ort 11 1884 a daughter of He between 30000' Madison and She is surv bv her husband and a son and daughter bv a previous 700 sinking city The together with a one- day was ordered bv George A WiKon secretary nf the Houston Labor Trades Mob Stones British Train New Unrest Breaks In Indian Areas police opened fire on a of in 000 rioters who held up the Indo Cev Ion express on the outskirts of city todav and stoned the first passengers Heavily armed detachments of police sped to the scene of the at Mrs bv th statu g no was in sight party coalition cabinet Foreign in the long drawn-out General I Minister Georges Bidault Motors called a tional of G-M local leaders Maich 1-2 pn to warn of impending hostilities with Gieat Britain or the United States but that such a message never was received in Washing ton Okamura said he never had tried to confirm whether the sage was after he returned to where he now is chief of the foreign offices public re- lations office Applicants Interviewed For Positions Applicants are being inter- viewed and tested at the ton office at 130 South Sixth street foi positions as sten and typists in D C Miss Nelle ing the Wai will day to givr the federal reserve board greater to reduce the supply of idle in the public s hands and thereby the ant i inflationary aims of price control Rep Fred L Crawford Mirh of the House banking committer told the Uni- ted Press hf this step is to all the V V V Storage Bin Ordinance Is Shelved Councilman Arneld flays Stand Taken On Utility Issue didn't sell out to the Ohio Power These of Councilman Arnold came after the 1 defeat of one of the most con- ever brought on the of the cil chambers at last night s I lar session The other to prohibiting the tion of storage bins in the ness district was presented last night but was shelved for ther interpretation of the ing of the measure Reverting back to the other Councilman Arnold added I have always tried to do the best for the best interests of the citizens claimed council had failed to pass the which would allow const motion of a power line that would power by the to pump new water wells The which would em- power the director advertise for bids to construct a power line and generator for the new water well area at its third could not get the required two-thirds vote to make it a On two previous occasions the emergency measure could not get the go ahead sign from fathers the fact which woald make it to contact with a private power company to vide current for the water tem Obligations to the general tric company to provide adequate water facilities for its new plant bv April 15 make it necessary the be given action of some nature in order to be G. E. v When the issue had been de- Elmer city water works questioned the necessity of the measure re- quiring a two-thirds vote The count of ballot stood at taree affirmative votes against four negative City Knox Stewart ex- that because of its gency nature the ordinance to be- come law would need six ative votes Hosfelt then asked why it wai labele 1 gency and Stewart told him that that was the way the ordinance had been Homer Cheney Carnation com- pany engineer then asked if thia would be the final action on the ordinance and council told him this was for council to decide Chaney stated 500 petitions to bring the issue of whether the nty would buy or manufacture its own power for the well ing to a public vote were now benefits through price resting m the hands of board of but h cm t he and further stated 111 td through pt ice the situation is this the now has to number banks to keep in nsh certain percentages of thou demand and tirm dr posits h as checking and The that thp chould be increased election and further stated get you 1 000 more petitioners who want an independent water works He said that the defeat of this issue would make Coshocton no longer an independent town with of vou do the works among oe UlO per cent hat the re c railroad and workers in the s light and power pressure for a single-handed companies would remain on the Three Men Pay Fines NEWCOMERSTOWN Three were fined in Mayor Ellis s court today Macado Good of ar- rested bv State Highway man Sedlock foi pleaded guilty and was fined and costs He paid and was re- leased Two James and ert arrested for ing the peace on charges brought bv O E hotel tor were found guilty They paid fines of ST and costs each and were Officer Revnolds made the break by France and in- he would if he w ere overruled by the cabinet Both Communist and Socialist parties have been urging an im- mediate but Bidault s ular Republican party has op posed it f Rev Sumner LaFollette ill officiate Burial will be in from re- troops continued IP the Nc tile center an The striking workers most of whom were employed in the s garbage lots were ordered paid off when ig- nored a bark to work ultimatum th f home me nome Friends European civilian was sur f th Th Home Study Club Holds Meeting The Home Study club met last vv 01 kers w fired quit said City ager M Nagle We are issuing final and they Two Automobiles Are Damaged Two cars were damaged in MI accident on South Seventh street j Monday reported The i stated a car driven by Frank A route struck the rear of i itv and pension rights Mayor Otis said neither he nor the city council would evening at 7 30 in the Rose room negotiate with AFL union of the YWCA Following the to end the seven-day business meeting William Thresh gave a book review on Louis Bromfield s Valley John Porter played In An Webb Mrs Jessie Mr. Davidson Dies in Home On Route 3 walkout nor would they discuss the subiect with members of the striking Union So far as I m concerned the mayor Those who are off the job are no longer in a position to bargain with us re Mrs aang In My Garden John Porter and Mis Grandstaff played Following the meeting ply former city employes light refreshments Were served to 20 by the Mrs E F and Mrs. Carl Members are urged to attend e VFW meeting Mohawk post their club rooms Officially FREMONT The war department today had fied the father of Staff Sgt ry J Stickel the dier was presumed to be dead since hn bomber had been Isaac died m his home Coshocton route 3, at 10 30 p m Monday ing six illness He was born near Jan 16, 1857 a son of Mr and Mrs James Davidson In 1884, he was married to Mary who died m 1925 Surviving are two Mrs A C Schumaker Rocky and Mrs E C one Albert of the and four grandchildren He was a member of Keene Presbyterian where neral will be held at 1 30 p m Thursday Rev F Bacon will be in charge will be in the church cemetery may call at the funeral from 4pm Wednesday until rounded in the of Madras hv a mob his wav out one per on and wounding two Tension m Madras bf Hy textile and transport flared into violence while British authorities were order out of the chaos wrought in Bom bav bv four days of naval mutiny left government employ and rioting A British court of executive session todav 01 the Bombay mutiny of Indian sailors A communique said some of the British troops sent into Bombay to deal with the rioting had been m the Robuck will be at the lo Two grades of aphers and are sought with slirt ing salaries of and per vear This is the first time have been since V T Day The War Department is faking recruits in order to ex tradite the of es of Army and personnel and to replace numerous and SPC u te to th behind any means which council decide but the element of was vitally the ition Feder il rr soi e rmn board Fries chair m ap The power purchased from a private utility would be used only for the pumping of water in the new well aiea and would not be used for other municipal for a r ir extension of purposes officials stated control law told the romn the board his all the powers it has to deal with the monetary of tion The bo rd now Ins authority ordinance prohibiting the of storage bins or silos was shelved Two weeks ago the vania railroad got permission from council Service Director J E Drive on Withdrawal nave to requite hanks in about bach for the Exchange 60 so cities to place to erect eight gram silos on the in funds equal to 20 ppr parking lot north of the passenger rent of then deposits It has to require a reserve of 2fi per rent ag such de- posits in e banks in New WASHINGTON Sen York and so-called Claude E Pepper tral reserve cities It also has withdrawn and the situation here day sought to enlist other Senate to require demand deposit Democrats in a dme for of Edwin W Pauley s nomination undersecretary of Infant Dies In Family Home mne There been some an hanks Sails VATICAN CITY Francis Cardinal Spellman of tors but no action Pepper in Madrid to attend a ment dinner Saturday of 14 pei rent in all oth I er binks and a six per ta Kay Williams rent reserve time deposits daughter of Mr and Mrs such as savings accounts in Veteran CELINA Dugan 29 with rifle We want the matter settled in such a manner that there will be to Mr p afl The sof the route died at 8 a m in the home She wat bom Mav 18, 1945 In addition to her sisters and two brothers Neva Olive and and John Funeral services will be Wednesday at 2 o'clock in Salem VV at 8 o witn Green will police South Seventh j ten asked to present 11944. Pauley an o 1 man ha. and Walter 1418 j The body will 1 his nomination to an chard Husbands are
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