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   Troy Record, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1946, Troy, New York                               The Weather Cloudy with occasional rain. THE TROY RECORD (lie LATEST Tho In I'rau HfHUt I utor 1 hun Any Other Murnlag Hold In Irojr Serie. 64. (Kntered u (Jlui At t tt iroy N V Uodw tht Act of 187U TROY, N. Y., FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 15. 1946. PRICE FOUR CENTS Lewis Indicts Owners In Deaths Of Miners In Accidents Clash Marks New Wage Negotiations Washington M W Chief tain John. L Lewis und a loude fcofl eo il oppialois clashed ycbtei d o uvci Iho piodueeis ehaij, thai lhe mineis vveie time in nef oliatiuna on a e (ontiael tlmilLs ONeill chuiman of tb luluminoud ion) opeiators il irif i nmniillee, touched off the ex it a negotiating confer enei ill i complaint about what In It lined lepLlitious aituinent oi lhe pail of the United Mine Work ti s spol esmen Lewis it-toiled that if the opei otois don t want to btay lieu Lhei tun h ive liie ilaieup Iliit bclvveen tin U M W bobh and the usentdtives bimi lhe tioiw he0jui two came tifli i Lewis imd olhei union spokes men had ipt nl mosl of lhe da; fidvot lime, isiublMimenl of j s health and welfare funt itnd impiovement of safely i ules in mints In MII poit of these demands 3 owls it one point accused the opei t ton, of having madp dead mineis In the last H yeai through eupidJty stupidity anc v union neUei t Toi the same re i on ho -mid 1001000 havt been injuied Dares O Null fo Meeting 'Jho U M VV luidei stood within a few fppt of ONeill md Ihun tleied You d ue not le ive the con f ienrc You due nol leave (he ipcoid unuusueied If you ould mnstei up the com to leave yi u tl ht baek to operate youi mints' Who would 1 oui enmp in> slot PS nnd j om coiiij my dodois What corpses vou pi ulii e on buiely you 1 now nohtidi. would enlei youi mines Mi othei Moup of Amoi icitn him the euuiagc Lewis IhieilenhiL, a walkout ol 400000 iiluininuus eoal mfncis A pni J if i new eonliact is not wntten bj llul date, his prespnted mm dcminds lo the nihons soft eonl ujeiitois He Ihe nc eus ilions jeslcidiiy in a speech whu ii he in id bis snmminj, up of tbp wniltmg con ditions (h mi tided of (he union Opiidlois m irip no comnu nt In uldition to a similar woik k it Inght i ml( s and union i tion of bupei v isuiy w ork eis J ibked fui eieation of n lipilth md wefue fund and im piovcd and compliance vvilb inininj, i ompensalion nnd orr jpi (ContmiKd on I'agn Iufiit> fivo) Thousaiuls Mourn Cardinal Glcniiou At Si. Louis St I oms J housands o] pei sons with bated he ids lined the fcti ectb slf i day us lhe body of Jt hn C ai diiuil C lennon beloved old loadf i ot the bl Calliolle uchdiocese, was liome to Jiib Mnal ice the b( iulifi'1 St Ixmls Cathcdial Pisl lhe nddiiped biei in lhe c ithedt al banelu uy Ijist mghl moved L silent shuffling piocebaion ol moiuneis ol dll failhs I IIP bodj he in slate theip until a lln U icfniieni mass is eclebinted fil 10 Jim (C S I lonmiiow inleimenl be in L cijpl m tht AM Souls Clupel I lu tians oeeunie plane wlu  choh I ho t.i cil bt casket was (d Iho palhway so fnmlliai to lhe pi pinto followed by seniin ni [ins In llieli black casyocks and surplicca PICKET LINL woman itukci (lefl) pievents an olhei employee fiom pissing thiotigh i picket line eslabljfahed by the A F L Retail Cleiks Union in fiont of Ihe Steilmg Welsh Co home furnishings itoie in downtown Clevel md ihe union is sinking foi ,1 10 pei cent p ly incicase (AP Wncpholo) China Says Russia Broke Pact Chungking, was ac- cuticd bcfoio the Kuomintung Con- gieas yusloiday with bieuklng one ugi turnout uftei u n o t h c i In Manehuila und with looting Man ehutliin Industry despite Chinas objections lhe tuibulent acssion of Chiang Kai-shek's paity also was puneliial- with allegations of bungling ind WJH held off lei il dinpalehea Hiild Russian U oops, quilling Mukden had moved noilh I beyond lhe capital of Changchun ostensibly for Sibcili I he Genii al fs e ws Ageney i e polled Russian evaeu tlion Much 9 of the important i ail jun< tion of 100 miles noi th of Mukdi n II snid rhine s( Coinmu nlst foices immedi itely attnclted Chinese Government troops m tin bubuibs and thai spoiudlc had occurred Inee Shnultaneoualy i v, holly uncun fumed Minchuiian dispaleh alleged Chinese Communists had ael up i puppet legime m Ruin province adjoining Hie gie il Russian poil of Vladivostok in whieh ChaiiKehun is located It teiteialed pipvious rlntgcs that Iho eommunibts had liken over Iwo other noithcin RI inehuii in pioviences id join ing Siheiia The Chinese Goveinmenl ii is been ible to take ovei only 3 pei cent of Wnnchmia Irugelv hpc tusc Kussii, violated hei cements Gen Liu Pei vice rnimslpi of opcii tionb told the Kuommtang Genei al Liu deel u ed the Rubblins (Continued on ig  on Nuw Wiiiilon Clniichill will spc tk foi the fiist tinu since dentr ilibbimo Shim cluigcd him foi i "wn wilh the U Ih foi nu i Butish Piime Vlin stei ppoi ted whipping into Impe bib eh in IIK b the lutuii] Kto idt istuv stem s ud disc uss 1 ittit develop ncnts in ronnet (ion itli Ins ic rnt 1 ulton Mo ;id With his holel undei constant unid by puluimcn ClunehiM cmalncd in st rliision btudj ing PUS dt lopments PolK e fjiipfa oncd iy mdmdu il t an l( itoi to hui hill s liooi Chinihill speak al i dinnei the Grand B ilhoom of the Vilduil Abtoiia an officnl city unction in his honoi On the dais lnni ill be 12 amb issadoib nd to tlic United lonb itii ofMci il i tlie United Nations Oij, tniza on It was announced th il Dean In son Unth i ei etai i ol M lie ould the countiy at Ihe innci but in Washington 1 ibl ij lit lif hau] lie uoulil not be able attend bee iufa< of picas of busi L SS Woid blill was awaited Horn IMP S S R ind tcllinj, "lies" in his Missour (ill Ickes Asks Continuance Of F. D.'s Foreign Policies New Yoik L Ickes slid last night the Ameiicon people do not feel tomfoitable with the sniping it Hiiss. i winch is hemg indulged in and wint 1'iesidcnl Tinman to continue the foi policies of the lite I nnklin D RoosLvell Ihey know that Stale DcparlnicuL Denies Pro-Soviet Purge London 1 be offlciil Russian new s agMiry T iss dcclaied 1 ist it wis to stitc th it i tepoit fiom the U S State Depiitincnt of Soviet lioop move nients in h in ilisolutely Uoeb not eouespond to i e ilily Hus development in the tioub led Ii mi in --itu ition curie ib n< lepoitb fiom Ichian of Jtubsiin tioops moving toward the boidds of and Ii iq und disp il( In s s ud the accused Ii mi n IL (Uoniiic'j of gouintnent i had lecused Ii miin j c ictionaiies of fijinjj to stu up tiouble between ItussM and otlici n id poueis J n Commoiib Foi Seei elari J ine'-t Lewn deelntd tint the 1 utisli T.IIJ ham in hetilemcnt ti icLul undei duiess of Red Aimj oei nj) ition lioops but added it is difficult to i would ih indon promise's to icbpect liani in independent e Ihe T is4? st t lenient bioTdcnsl bj Ihr Mnseow iddio ind iceoided I IIP Soviet moniloi in London s ud In the AniLiic n pi ess theie ic 1 ubhshcd i lepuil of the StTte Ucptitment of Ihe b S A that in Ii in there is tikinf, phee i move ment of let nnhfiiy units to Inhnn and lo the west ei n fiontinis of Inn to ik is to sw ite that tiiib lepoit nb olutelj docs not coi lespond Lo teihtj UIP 1 S Mite nepiitmcnt an nouncod T upsrlnj tint it hid iccpncd inpoits to the effeet th it dining the last uldition il Soviet ai mod foiecs and erjuipinent line been np- fiom the diioction of (Continued o House Membeib of the Mihtaiy Committee ussi in L.mb issj as lo oulti bethel H jesfpidny tint pio Russian em- plojops foiced out of lhe Wu De partment Inve landed in SI lit De pni tment jobs wlici e Imvp access to milltniy seciots md tlint etniy JJj i ncs h is been asked lo get nd of them The Stnte Depai tment denied Ih it Chiimian May 01 P lAbS one J Russian Press Plays Up Stalin's Rap at MOSPOH I') IK r.ilissinio Stalin s sharp attack on Wins   in in Kiissm jrstridm and hniiclc us I to the f.ir (or JM rs of tin tiuul Ills  dr- i ect negotiition M ike Oi Bit ik Council Som  m unt un in tei national pt leo ind pioUcl the steuntj of ill nitionb bm ill is well as largo Fe u of main officials heie pu- vitrlj sed thit bj the f mie the SPCUI itj Council meets conditions inside lian nnv hive A r L plan 1 lie was inriounted of ficnllj bj A L Picfaultnt Wil lum Gieen in i piepued be i cpi csfnled An mv it i on was sent to Andioi A i ko Sov icl lo o Umled St iteb md an othoi mcmbci of the snbeum .id he vv is nut in al millec tint looked into Sliti De- tbe Imi" hul thai a icply would be m ul f ui it so if s ac n itiou fo pi cbent lhe v lews of tion goes thio a tot il of it least adde i sinn pnvate cituens who tpe ik foi a fai gieatei numbei of human in dlviduals as fullj ab havp the views of Winfaton Chin chill 1 eall upon our Pipsirient ind .00000 will be piovided lhe is to be usrdchicfh of an houses fo sites wheie thcj will he fuU1 tinolls J ut- Hi if ___ ulut I to he Iho Riissun UTabnz tt lb a nitetfike and 90 miles noithuest of Tehran was lelnhh .opoitcd to hive hoen Asks Ni w I'.onun doubled oi tiebled in the pnsl few propose fnM lint tht pnsent lianun souices it KIIIJ Minlt hili7itmn pit nun 0 miltb noith of Tphnn n or (Cnnfiiuitd on I'igp Twentj fue) nd i mote seivicpihle md to put put) the Seeietaiy of St tip lo take tions in soviet used buinrks vvhntevei may be in be used Lb a i no mallei how dramalic to convinte Russian people uul the Biitibb people thai me nol biding for either one of Ihcm and that we believe thai as in WRI so n pcnec Roosevelt dmlaied inv itr topi espntil moved "in 1nd Hit post to lein Ulth htm on foirp the Soviet guiibon Iheie move followed a ie quest In Ptpsident liumui Wed npsd u !oi Micli action It was in sin ip conti ist to the tiimming Ihe ,ue Mi Tiuimn s ovei Ku ij it 300 feet I uesd i> aftei noon I courted 3 I Shernnn links ind b iv- facoics of othei vthieleb Anient in K inj ippoiled that tiuck on P10 ith lasl Al 1 mi, it the Russi m cimj) ben '-tme nuinheis as those seen on Cigarettes Impair Night Vision, Biologists Told All.mlit City Clinics blieaul, of the Miyo Clinii told biologists licic tint smoking two slindaid cigniettcs intei fcics with seeing well in Hit daik Tlic clgaicttcs causo a I'i lo JO' ilinutCf,   in OIL tune n to be ccilnin of quili. lo adjust, tlltnibolics lu bcfo1 Di Pcail M. P. Said Held in I'rohc Ottima wna reported by reliable nuthorlty today tbat Royal Canadian Mounted Police have (alien a momboi of Uio Canadian Tiuli inicnl Inlo custody In connec- tion uilh Ihp ctuicnt Royal Com mlsilon InvoHllKntlon of espionage cUlvllleH In Caimda It undfintood ho wim to bo hooked Intel In the momlng In Alontinal Authorlllci itfuacd all comment tlit c inadc y a sliniliu txpennient life spin of nils re potted hen bj II H Haiitf ji I H Wiallioib) Doila rot dlum P S Ijaison of the Medical College of Vhirmiii (il Richmond inhaled o, not When filter wno, ,RB, used Hint cxtinclcd the nicotine I etU', but the human smoking wns faaid lo as i lost ly us voll In dim light aiuh as a dniltcn j YC i i i cd thcatci ol stnilight the doctoi on (.xplained He said it inndo no diffuunce whether the cigniette smoke Slid the Ameiirm pcoplo tln, lejocttd looked lo the Piesulenl foi the ip h fo, WO 000 pointmcnt of fit ind competint OM u, llsld men loi hi0h public orfitc u, ul o( Iho foimei Seeietiii of the In tei 101 w ho i in i dispute with Pi evident 11 inn in ov ei tht. simil tr machines two Tgo at u j in in e tstei n Jnn nt u the Ii in luil men botdei of Russia Idtteis nominntion of Edwin Paulej is of Ih Navj said it futile to expect I ml nn inexppi icnced 01 o vennl man r in be depended upon lo enfoice Lhe law I am bine tl al will ngiec with me when I fanj fmthci that we e innol sulteeiihe lo lhe pioposi tion thai when HIP Pi evident Ins nominn'pd foi public office a man who subscqiipiitlv befoie eonfiima tion is disclosed to be unwoi th> of office lie tnnnol the nomination uit lout tlie eonsent of the nominee he iddcd No one ean qm tmn the powei of the of thp Picfiidpni lo dib miss fiom offip nn unfit unplovee ind rei tnmlj I'ns powei im hide; in mil nil-- The HOUSP i No letused then to PHP. oil n.s on eMstm, dwell i I tho lessei one of vvithdt iwing a fiom lhe smoke, theie wns no if feel on nln'hl vision SmokinR rnbebs nnd eoin slllt olgaictLon did not affeet lhe PJCS Dt Slicnid concluded that the nlcollnc lathoi than nnything else in smoke bna Iho bud effecl on eyes foi night seeing RipQthlng pniu n pme- lice of avlnlois flying at night dl'l nol overcome thn offoil of UIP nicotine Before lhe wai Iho Intc Rnyniond Poail of Hopkins Unlvcmllv leported on aboul (1000 htinmn Indlcnting Ihnt smoking tohncrn life Uut IIP said It would requho losla on name bofoic confirmation pnssfhln pvposing lhe unlmnls in n to a IHR bj nmchinc Unit emllteil nbout one big puff of smoke ouch minute 1 IIP imlmnH that L exjioacd daily lu I IK olios lived an of 612 days The non smoked i n' H liv cd in nvei age of (HI liul the non-smn'tois fnltoi and tioiiMci Hum Lhe smoking tnti OUieiwIsr llieie was little dif fpiinoc The blood piessuiri Miss Wolsli who wns tho wifi tlic snmp nnd niitopsics aftei Ernost Weds Former Writer Huaia Li nest wiiloi ind vv u cot ipspondent ind Miss Man Welsh of Umnpo fm- nici n n d vviitei WCK man tul hei e vest PI day iiflcinoon al n imnll piivile en cm on II was the foui th mm ilnge foi HomliiRu who 17 He and his thud wife wei P d United Dccemhci It was thp set ond miu i foi of Mai I ha f.ellhoin in Havana 1 non smokers done to the an compnicd with the Noel Motile Ausiialimi botn Cuio poan coi respondent foi tlio I omlon Hnllv Mini Sho nnd MonUn divoierd lust Seph tnliei Drowns bill? it ion I npppfl ind th it the of Iibni in t to lonlei flnu of m OIK hah w ill lie fin entiielv ne ind j i I to the entue nitum --eeondl> Iiecomnund tint tin-, new pohej bp adoptpd foi rbt dm ition of not niorp thin one veu with the nnpqiuvoril commit nu u thit, at the expmlion of tint tinu fiom Hoover Warns World Famine Wilh U. S. w iP If ihpit Hoover tid liit th burden of inp nf in lions of prisons ill fovcrnn Put controls on anrl pncps hp diopped tuvin to deith uul dying t. f (Us, to Iht ncan Pmnllv I urjrp vvilM ill the pni tsi at mv eonim ind tint the e i nmeiit tlinunate itself fiom tho spheic of laboi nnniqumnt i el it ions foi of ft i int, i I om vi u old pug t lion Pd fonnlntion t >.i fholh allow h! i in! of di ptople T 1 v u f u d with s in tw ntv mtion-i In i over _0i> nn linn people tie m d mpxr of st n lion du tin n 1-0 d iv btf it tin h iivi. i uf Juiy ht b nd m i bi o idi i t the tmoiini o hi v iblL to tl p e pi ople from im i it 1 i I ilian is now btfoK itp I in! Coinmiltt e tho Fr i i v spoltpsm in snid thp fmpijn wen ntithei Amu Kim noi sh AsK( d if tliej u M kussnn he dot lined to lepls liiihiu Drcoralrd IU ss h-ilnnd tho stones jcstoithj Oenei ill; obscuied MII h d velopnipnts ns tin swift nppIuMion of Tin key foi meniheiship imi the utuil idmissinn of Piniidi Nici i n j, u i ind PI S ilv nloi iit IP 1-4 ont tentiitivc ifioemenl was ipaeh ed bj Rnhbh nnd Amciicin dt le j, itpj on hctliLi Hit povvpi ml executive d i ertni stbips of the bank and fund should be full 01 pai t limp joV A iPsolulinn w is offoipil IMP United si itt i nt a closed tomniii toe session vvhuh hi ought oiT singo npplauve horn thp Hi it ish eon tin gent 1 hov mtPi pi t led it one nienil m iid ns not nn ishiin ton OH Hoibeit II L ph man it tn mjr dm cloi Rencial of UMIK iirpived lhe Spledivc 11 n Mi d il foi liis sen ii i s wlulp f.nvi i noi of Now Yoik in me. i ni tie, nnd n dm mist 01 Ing tho M Ii t IIM s  in suj plie-- of fits j Hit, m ijoi but dt n of bridging (lu i bj ron nnmg 1 nnd onli ihutiiif m01 f< n 1 fiom tin- trm H( inisphoir be sttd mil h I n! DI tin 1 uidpii 1 in i ill ui n I'IP IK ui i tuple If llul I him ln.ds ui mi h  md othpi nu tin) t vt i told nowmit n I I hi Mi VUi (u) Round Ol ihi H y I ul e ol lhe 1'ioplc but had no woid fiom Mn Ullllrd Mntps position I Uu Si iiil I Spin h Ih lUis U'dlll III s 7 IS i U 18, ]o 18 21 I, H i   

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