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Coshocton News, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1946, Coshocton, Ohio EATHER Temperatures 69 at 2 low 45 at 4 a. m. THE NEWS Devoted to the of and Vicinity w v Vol. No. 55 Established 1946 March 17. 1946 Eight Cents Prett Newt and Central Phone 1900 Vet Imagines He Committed f Murder On Bus CHICAGO A dis- charged war veteran tried for the second time Saturday to confess a slaying which never George 23. walked into a lice station and want to confess a sex said he had killed a boy on a bus near Green but rnmg authorities said no ing had been Last Tuesday Fairbanks walked into the North police station and said was wanted for Ho was released when investigation failed to reveal a had dreams but never anything like told something in my mind If something I did Capt. Jerry of the Chicago police department said he thought the youth might be a victim of war Fairbanks said he boarded a bus in San last weekend enroute homo to He said he drank heavily the first During the he he walked down the aisle of the darkened bus to where the four-year-old boy was seated with his mother and Ho took the child back tn his he abused him and then strangled Fairbanks said he put the child's on the ered it with an overcoat and went to The next he he told the bus driver the child was asleep on the The child's body was taken off the bus at Green he Fairbanks told police he con- the to North Neb where he was taken off the bus and by He said he was released after two Fairbanks said he was dis- charged from the Army last October after five years with the armored division in and yrnes Rejects Churchill Anglo-American Alliance V V V Oil Internationalization Seen Solution of Iran Case British Believed Ready to Initiate Plan To Relieve Pressure on Tiny Nation tn he of Iran's oil Britain i. ni a proposal for cr resources as a possible move toward solution of the crisis with v. hy that Iran had Seek Brutal Murderer Young Kentucky Wile Is Beaten To Death Hoover Asks Aid of All Invited to Dinner NEW Former President Herbert Hoover has called upon the government to take stronger action in reducing livestock consumption of bread grains so that larger food supplies may be sent to 500.000.000 famine threatened people in other fear it is too late to save all the starving Hoover said in a purpose is to save the last one He praised housewives and for following his last week to use less wheat and But he said his recommendation as honorary ad- viser to the emergency famine committee that a transfer of ers be granted to secretary of agriculture Clinton Anderson as head of the committee had not been he needed er powers would make him a real food administrator capable of stopping the human food now consumed by In Atlantic the food board reporting to UNRRA urged that livestock be slaughtered on a scale in North America to con- serve bread and called on Argentina to entend her ex- to piW i 2 Thp suggested British move coin the Soviet government repeatedly violated the 1921 agreement ing oil and other concessions in northern Iran in an effort to embroil Russia and the great powers in The British proposal which was being discussed in high quarters was first hint of a move to break thp deadlock which has arisen over failure of the Soviet to withdraw her from KV northern Iran by March 2 as she Saturday maht were in the out clues in the Russian tery of attractive 19-ycar- At present the only oil old Mrs. Frances tion under control of Anglo- store employe and bride of a Oil in which the British government is a large The eager to acquire the might nave beaten his bride to UAW VOTING TO RATIFY SETTLEMENT her 21-yf Dewey a but later released him when he was unable tn shed on the identity more oil for their expanding m- n who have been pressing Iran for months for similar con- cessions in Desire to exploit northern Iran nil re- is believed to be a factor in stubborn Soviet refusal tn null her troops It was understood the British plan for internationalization of Iran's oil would place bility for administration of the There oil reserves in an international Praj presumably under Allison told police he had ar- rived fit niTt about 3 m. Saturday after been from j all I Alison told police the thing missing from the apartment Sin which his no of a of house such Warns U.S. Ready for Force If Needed to Keep Peace Stirring Speech Russia for Threats To Get What Soviet Nation Wants of State F Byrnes Saturday military with Great Britain and declared the United instead would use its military power to support principles of the United Nations In ho rejected Winston Churchill's proposal for an an reiterated Friday and at the same time eluded Soviet Russia for parent willingness tn use force to pet she In to tin of the Friendly of Si al the rapid ion of America's A-bomb Test Run Success Dress Rehearsals Reveal All Ready A WIDE SEARCH is being conducted for Suzanne 16-year-old daughter of a millionaire Milwaukee malt who disappeared from the Milwaukee campus of a fashionable Her Mr. and Mrs. Kurlis R. reported to Milwaukee from where they have been forces at a time when U S commitments abroad call for might j Urging extension of thp draft and prompt adoption of a N M versal military training a wartime veil of Byrnes said i the U. S Army and Navy haf other nations remain staged off the of southern i thr United in the i California full-dress rehearsal i interest of world cannot Of the atomic i disarm i ship test. Conceding that the people have Twelve based in a right to tn what purposes New Mexico roared out over the this country's reserve military Pacific Ocean off San Diego to power might one day be drop on a small naval vessel an Byrnes said answer is i exact but far less powerful replica Untied he the atomic bombs which forced committed to the of j Japan to the charter of the United Should the occasion our military will be used to support the purposes and of the Declaring that this country to the United Nations as The bomb used in the test was described as a and It the final test before their transfer to mid-pacific for the men and of joint path to enduring he exploding of at- l- bomb over in the done by as would have United would insure that thieves but there was evidence of locals better share of a by Mrs. Allison DETROIT table an invisible GLENNON LAID TO REST IN OWN CRYPT In was apparently the of these first test of the workers at the Cadillac plant in Detroit late Saturday voted 1.200 to two in favor of the national The vote was an- by Dave dent of Cadillac local 22 of the Mass meetings at all but a few Heller Workers to Return To Jobs Monday Morning Marshall i announcement of the INDIANS RIOT DESPITE BID FOR FREEDOM Employes of Timken Plants In Zanesville Go Back to Their Jobs ST. Mo. remains of John Cardinal non rests today in the chapel of be approved BOMBAY -An the national General mob of 15.000 Moslems tors conference that the ported to have rioted at Jefferson county Coroner Roy L. said an investigation showed the man was not criminally assaulted He said Heath resulted from a fractured and her head was crushed behind the right ter said she struck than with a Detective Henry bel said indications were there ville will return had been a struggle in the Monday room and Mrs Allison's head Strikes in have and shoulders s h n w e d been settled and all have an hour to Feh Ifi do not propose to seek in an alliance with the union against Great in an alliance with test withheld until re- the Soviet bombers and propose to stand with planes New Mexico and United Nations tn our efforts to secure equal justice for all nations and special privilege for no City and workers of the Heller Brothers and the Timken ler Bearing factories in of negotiations of a new jobs Heller employes will return to at an increase of rents tinn made it clear the United States will not our strength for aggressive Timken employes will return those of the results by intelligence of- The complete trial run for the equipment which will to their All Souls in St. Louis Cathedral The conference tempered its Premier A pontificial mass of requiem by tan and burning his palace to the for the 83-year-old who authorizing individual locals to abad two days injuring A broken been notified to report for work cents an hour retroactive to found under the rose from an humble Irish be- remain on strike until their i. All Timken plants in the said night clothing have been idle since Jan. 2! anri Feh It Iso urged no workers return to party 1 heir jobs until a ff the British Prime Minis break of rioting came as India leaders generally i i n anri confidence the Moslem met ginning to the rank of a prince level problems were of the Roman Catholic al preceded the interment their day corporation's employes ter clement R Attlee's offer of The although celebrated has approved the national con- Indian as a sten in by the apostolic delegate to the t t. the right They called United States Archbishop Aleto Delegates to the in- on flowers to avoid acts was the same as that eluding top negotiators for the nf that their for a international expressed is on threshold of Some 20.000 of the clergy ana including the cardinals of New Chicago and De- crowded into the huge cathedral to pay their last re- spects to the archbishop who had his archdiocese for 42 m said the Moslem noting Thursday in capital of the largest Indian began as a protest demolition bv state authorities of a mosque built without official permission of the new out- the voung woman wore was torn the Heller Brothers plant closed down eight weeks ago Marshall Warns World Peace Hinges on Manchurian Status recorded event in announced by Gen. Roger M commanding Plant in their jobs Monday at the same they want general of the air force section wages received when the he taken hy force explosion to he strike was pending a com- nuking the basis nff m MaV over a 8uinca fleet for social tat j of 07 Perhaps thinking of the Soviet is our American re- of power in Iran the general said as the and of of of at m Byrnes Army atr field after spoke of who believe their round trip to the c on not their due ex- Pacific ocean target expires hy ready to leave for And he those slill believe that ancient lege will yield to nothing but of j Byrnes a ho that present world Jan 1. contract Heller 15. 1947. The Timken company has three plants in The settlement of the Heller strike reopens the last of three Tuscarawas county steel cating plants which WASHINGTON Gen George C Marshall's strike was called Others affected were the out of Manchuria and while this Del Conveyor Manufacturing country continued to wait for Russia's reply to American the CIO steel can be solved all of us difficulties in a conciliation and good of New and The Steel I The slab over the crypt in which the cardinal was buried and which he designed for his own interment bears only the Latin inscription in They Rest in Peace i and in English Cardinal Cardinal Priest of the Title of St. Archbishop of St. died March 9, RUNAWAYS CAPTURED IN CITY 1 Attlee's statement opposition on the ground that it failed to offer them Pakistan with strong nf the m mp tion as and 1. the his that crack the creation of an independent Chinese army Indian Moslem Madras dispatches tion is and that the United States nns had little information about what is going on affecting about 1.100 Two runaway nf Akron were being Saturday night in the jail ing the arrival of innr They are Leonard 10, 712 Frase and Richard 13. 572 land The pair was taken into tody by police Saturday after- noon at the bus The two admitted they had stolen two bicycles enroute to sh net The bikes are being held in the local police The boys told Sheriff Jay Ab- bott they 39 divisions on the grounds of the Methodist mission home for Indigent Tries Suicide MARTINS FERRY United Nations John 62-year-old of the county St. was in a ous condition in a Terry hospital from self inflicted wounds on his and sions are there fied American Saturday night to solve mounting U Soviet controversies before they Giving up their usual Saturday government mgn state Burma k ni nt nvt in a series of on the so. hut the lan and situations Big Three unity are in and te ts the rraft after an i the Himalayas the parture from were reached send three-man to into Killed on Crossing VAN A man identified George F Cornelius ONE 122 HURT IN BLAST One person was killed and 122 injured today when an unidentified accidentally drew the pin from a hand grenade and then tossed it into ammunition Twenty-nine were injured ge- German c i v headquarters where the accident occurred was 2 That picked units from the of Chicago was killed when his of of n e s e was hit bv a Pennsylvania fought in licit s en over train Saturday night at a crossing four miles v. Van Education Goes Blind NEW YORK Dr To Seek New Schools MARTINS FERRY The school hoard today had voted to put a bond issue on the the Chinese These off are not expect that the Soviet union will make move soon to oase the Any in Soviet union would The return of Soviet A to ten to an series of conferences with Secretary of State James F. Byrnes by k of a TORNADOES KILL INJURE 30 Bv United At least seven over 30 in- more than 175 homes or damaged and uncounted thousands of dollars damage Nicholas Murray 83-year- May 7 primary ballot to provide calling on Russia to get left Saturday in the wake of a president emeritus of money for two new grade tornado that cut a straight path nja revealed Saturday a high school and other building across south central Alabama ne totally day night and early The high accompanied by a deluge of appeared to gather dangerous force around and played out along the south Georgia coast Saturday The bureau said that local women was The motorist stopped his car appear ta not when struck hy an after striking the woman and re- hive passed I automobile at Seventh and the accident to He ably thp greatest killer Heaviest damage and Chestnut streets At p. rn w not in the history of the world ties were centered in six Alabama Hoess was the man at Mrs. E. H. 707 Sproull was to nf At the same time a flash flood rust was in in People's of v en small in the suffering from injuries about the was treated by Dr Kramer accused him cent Meridian area sent water rolling legs and of the T. F who is to take of gassing millions of Germans Woman Injured When Struck By An Automobile Saturday Night Horror Camp Executor Caught By British ments on rse restoration of communications and tion of the Chinese army teams v. ill an a Chinese a nese communist -e 4 r i c a n political leaders possibly do urner stand vital establishment of May Continue flying COLUMBUS Ohm State will he offered six courses in mary and flight ing during the spring quarter March 2fi. airport super- of interior at visor E H said spirit of will i musl have nt well he ferring to big troubles in j Iran and krep our feet on the cannot afford to our tempers the the not an hv but American hut moM managed to escape before grenade sion the The headquarters ing 15 in the Russian Most of the victims were tn All were Germans shaken and windows in a wide area Russian soldiers were stationed but none was in- tries welded in a But are fiat cn to in and the defeat of Krug Ready WASHINGTON A Krug will poc 11 a m New High School Band Uniforms will Have Appearance Seeking Two Veis Who Disappeared With Girl By DOTTIE HAMMOND black tiou Coshocton high school band members members will in fancy they .ir shorter band KANSAS Mo. Kansas City police Saturday night are night They new military Style uniforms next prefer peace Success of Chinas ent efforts depends on actions BRITISH ARMY HEAD Of other hut the a unified stable Chinese is to the of world It wax decided tn buy single breasted military suits ar an assembly of faculty and Several broadcast a pickup order for two a The school colors or and a believed to have of black and red remain m the kidnapped a 17-year-old Blonde after a round Ol ever British agents captured Rudolph material assistance former of the concentration nine for the man they best able to render China others interested in suits dav afternoon at the school present and were to the audience. r. San ford giri early nf the Jackson night funds for the The Charlotte is last seen shortly before dawn year-old black leather Tr cfT braid on the shoulder The Stipes iwav the few months are of 't importance to the future of China and the future peace of the Marshall made no mention of suits will cost approximately the Soviet union's in the Far each but his guarded remarks A the assembly Supt A K Pence said have had our to the stud and Kansas Saturday in an automobile rented of last 19- new suits have grev trousers a black stripe down the were A breasted red Jackets with Mrs Lester and Ralph Everly and Mrs. Bernard The soldier and sailor Herman ier and sailor dr Charlotte C. nf and the at two clubs directed at over re- t Lafayette route 1. who is to take of passing as camp efforts to out a Russi fold Li chief of the youth bur was Paul E West X-ray today the Heinrich of mf Vn northeast band i extent of the 4 ity that the present modeled the new f r
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