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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1941, Zanesville, Ohio                               7- r HES RECOMB I SATES Are the OHIO for Cities .000 Population THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL if Tcfepfcofos if United Press fnf eraof one! News Service NE4 Mofos Press LOWEST BATE and AWTB aKULATMM are TME TWO KASONS WHY The Signal and Tunes Recorder are TIE ONLY COMPLETE 6UK No. ZANESVILLE, O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, APR 16, 1941 PRICE: TWO CENTS IG BATTLE RAGES IN GREECE II From Crane Kills Cement Plant Worker M Hy Searls all Work Seaiis. 34, of ie, was instantly Wednesday morn- fell from an elec- t the Pittsburgh onipan y's Colum- lant at East Ful- ig-time employe of apparently lost his 1 50 feet from the s into a clinker bed. he accident but fel- loting his absence, s body which had several feet of hot r met instant death, j :oroner S. S. oned to investigate.' i Glouster. Searls! e Cottage when he began work at the hen he was 17 years Jaycees Plan Cleanup Drive Directors of the Junior Chamber of Commerce will discuss plans for Zanesville's annual clean-up campaign at a meeting to be held Friday evening, it was announced lo- dayl by Anthony H. Spaeth, Jaycee president." The meeting win be held at S'o'clock in the evening at the offices of the Zanesviile Cham- ber of Commerce on North Fifth street. -For several years, the Jay- cees have sponsored a city- wide clean-up campaign with the cooperation of the muni- cipal street department. However, Street Commission- er Art Green said today that most city streets already have been swept and flushed, with the" exception of a few thor- ough-fares in the Linden and Greenwood avenue areas. He explained, however, that no arrangements have been made city to haul rub- "nisti..this year because of a funds, resulting largely "from the recent establishment of> a municipal poor relief de- partment. Delay Action On Convoys Mexican City Hard Hit by Earthquake Many Dead and Damage Heavy; Aid is on Way MEXICO air- planes loads of doctors, nurses and medicines were ordered today to Coiisia, a town of almost destroyed by an earthquake that damaged central Mexico from coast to coast. Colima was calling for help bv- radio. the only means of communi- cation it had left. The city and its area, near the Pacific coast, had another tremblor at last night, more than six hours after the first devastating shocks. The early shocks had done almost S600.OOO damage in Mexico City, 600 miles array. A radio message from Pedro Terror Ortiz, governor of Colisna state, said "a good percentage" of Colima city's population had been killed .r injured. The ministry of inferior here Mine President. Three Others Die in Kentucky Shooting Four more men virers killed as guns barked again in Kentucky-Tennessee coal strike controversy, but this time the shooting occurred south of "Bloody Harlan" county. Pictured above are C. Rhodes of Miaeiieihoro, Ky., president of a mining company, and the bullet-pocked car in which he and others were riding. J City to Buy Bieachers and Install jMalta Youth Limited Number of Ball Park Boxes ITries Suicide WASHINGTON at Avoid- said Clorca was "for the greater part and that it had spent a night of terror. The city! jwas without lights, since the damj water to the hydro-elec-i City council probably will authorize the purchase of] "Pete" both bleachers and box seats for the municipal baseball field at Gant park, it disclosed today. German Blitz Is Meeting With Stubborn Resistance; Yugoslav Collapse Admitted Baffle Now in Progress Likely To Decide Outcome of Greek War; Germans Move Info Sarajevo (By The Associated Press) Vvide-open battle flamed along the entire British front in Greece today, and the Germans acknowledged that Hitler's blitzkrieg invasion was meeting "stubborn'" resistance after previously asserting that the Allies were in headlong retreat. "Our troops are now in contact with the enemy along the whole of our front in the British middle east command said tersely. It was apparent that a climactic struggle which may de- cide the fate of the Aegean kingdom was fast developing. DNB, the official German news agency, said hundreds of prisoners, including the English j midlands, Australia and New been captured by Nazi infantry in "hard fighting" in the mountains. British quarters in Athens said German Panzer spear- heads were executing savage thrusts, but declared that no- Ifrom ms head'in-! where had they overshot the new Allied defense line. his widow. Esther: andLoren Edward, ing an immediate showdown on the! ise, of the convoy issue, the senate foreign re-1 rumbling of the earth 'continued! ginia Louise, Brothers. Benjamin arls. both of Glous- ]alions committee agreed unani-jlon mously today to delay until April jcolima naval vessels for convoy purposes. on the whole area. Most in- vised by council to reauce The ex-: young man made ms home. c- -'A Members reported that the ahti-1 habitants. oL the towns fled to the Validity of municiprJ ordin- i pense. _It was understood Oiat t-e-j Despondency was believed the Hitlers high COmmanCt reported the Capture Of rnnvnv resolution, nronosed bv jtAveea ailG IDU DOX seats for nttprnnt 5 Searls. of White three sisters, Mrs. gh. of Canton: Mrs. it Route 4, and Miss 5, of Deavertown, iconvov resolution, proposed by ss removed to thelSenator Tobey was made rsl home at Wfciteitne "principal I for April 30. In the interim, they ._________I said, the state department will be (asked to express its views of the dark_ x-olcano I2.750-.foot! began spe-.vlng 30 consideration of a resolution j iava. setting fire to the surround- j forbidding the use of American j forests. Volcanic dust rained" Coal Licensing j Law is Upheld "i A member of council, who early today in what Sheriff apparent Collapse Of Yugoslavia, Coupled with 3 65- lelined to be quoted directlv. de-iRav Doak. of Morgan county, cc c jciared that will termed a suicide attempt. jnule German break-into northern Greece, gave a darker turn jthe purchase of both types shooting occurred at 2tto events for the Allies, however inthe 11-dav-old battle of I seats, if the cost is not prohioi- j o'docfe this morning in the front jtive." jyard of the residence of Ander- tne J5alKans- I Tentative plans for the instaila-[ son's and sister. Mr. tion of 200 box seats will be re-land Mrs. Vernar Gary, where vised by council to reduce the ex- j young man made his home. London conceded that the situation in Yugoslavia was bad. i Coal kSeen sociaied Press.) iproposed ban. spending the njght injance licensing coal dealers was up- fields and gardens. Some were! district sions along the roaos. It was feared that M_ Whin the full 'be purchased, along with 2J.( portab'le bleachers. The councilman there was "no necessity" to chase 200 box seats this year, aiJdffol. Tobev told reporters he would waV Pot vet -The appeals court opinion af- was not jet a decision bv Com- :or the sujciae Anderson, an employe a 32. calibre pis- mostof but there was no de- Leader Barkley engaged in warm expressed belief that a much j'- He "told" memoers of his family smalier number would meet nor-] that he planned to sell the gun to 'a friend. According to the sheriff, Ander-j demands. t was disclosed unofficially that to n 2nd S9.000 for [central.Yugoslavia, where the assassination ot Archduke j juLiuCi JKJU. Oi 21 S I cafe, arrived home at midnight j Franz Ferdinand toucned off the 1914-18 world immediately went to his "thousands of Serbs" were no a X" The British likewise acknowledged that the pressure: of; Nazi Panzer on the Allied right flanked pouring through the lofty SiaHsta Pass to easier terrain to: c in the wage dead- argument on the -issue yesterday. t coal industry this cast confidently to- Stselman, cirector Stales conciliation r-.lract which would The committee's deliberations on at The ordinance requires local coal j ditionai seating at the stadium. AI is willing to appropriatejson then went to the home of Miss] "ne Wemmer. at McConnels-i remaining there only a short! was increasing violentlv. .dealers to obtain a S5 license. of the soions favor pur-itime. irevenue is used to finance the of the portable bleachers' After stopping at a restaurant checking the weight .of coal de-j because they also may be used for! for about an hour. Anderson re- j _. assumed added significance be- cause of statemen at of Ilivered to Winn. a iueu Guanajuato. TIaxcaia. Puebla. weaaent MA uas Guer press conference Thp Linden avenue coal football. Engineers nave estimated dealer, charged that the ordinance 2.100 portable bleachers will cost] turned to his took Members of home where the rero and Vera Cruz. The epicenter j chant ships traveling the world's L- of the mines was sea lanes outside of prohibited shape" for possible i combat zones would be accorded today by represen- United Mine orthern Appalach- full protection. Emphatically. Mr. Roosevelt told reporters such protection was not a question of policy but a matter t win be made law. Some legislators specuiat- Guadalajara. Mexicos _ f IOT-I as c'lscrfniinatorv- because deal- i about and the 200 box" seats j neighbors awakened by the shot, s were recuired to secure only an addiiional 32.700. At its the young ecuired license, regardless of the vol-] meeting, council authorized region but there was littlejume of their business. Ke purchase board to advertise) information here on the number j claimed that the legislation was or duration of the shocks, as the i unconstitutional. seismograph at the Tacubaya Attorney C. C.---------, _ tion here was destroyed in the first resented Winn. the case was Directo'r A. S. Henrer. types of seats. j face, near his ear, and lodged was general along the Brit- jish front in Greece today, British sources said, but despite his family and their vigorous mechanied thrusts the Germans had not yet reached the main British-Greek defenses for the battle which may decide the fate of the Ionian peninsula. sources said the siae left I Bids will be opened at noon I Reeaining consciousness Attorney C. Lemert, Jr.. rep-j Tuesday at the office of Service i Anderson admitted that I later. shock, about p. m. yesterday, j reviewed here last week by the ap-j second! peais court. Judge C. C. Lemert. j 'father of VVinn's attorney, did nolj The case was: assocrateSj. Judge C. C. i Ash'and. and Judge i Nazis nowhere had overshot the main defense positions in their drive through the mountains which "I carried them to the western outlet j arise, authorities generally agreed.j Extensive damage was done to] C Steel-iif and when United States in Mexico but thejand "The necessities of j undertake to deliver munitions to i only cas; osram must sonn! Torn to Page Two 'slightly i casualties were injured. Attorney Clarence -I. Cross- two persons land, special counsel, represented jthe citv. Italians Give In Ethiopia j tempted to take his own cording to the sheriff. osP'-la injo{ easier terrain to the south. Greek general headquarters said lenic defense line, together with Greek withdrawals on the flank, apparently has shifted of Siatista Pass opening between! the defense front into an almost feet Wgh to a codor straight jthe Miller ambulance. j His parents. Mr. ana Mrs. iliam j Conn idrea Anderson, live in Zanesvilie. line across t.he from its eastern hinge. ever the interests: or groups in-j ract which expired j dcd wages of S6 a! i fields and S5.60 in! ea. The union lie in both districts, i T. operators declar- j ition of the TCC many of them j They countered union an 11 per cated that, if neces- a threatened coal rale contract would ing mines in Penn- ;m Vv'est Virginia, j and Maryland, rep-i than 36 per cent of riuction. If Indiana] jerators came in.i the national pro-] se accounted for. rators were rejiort-'' y the S7 scale asked i o' violence, center-; mir.e dispute .took j in Ker.tucki" yes-; the ceath toll !o] Page Three Famous Newspaper Writer Visits France, Reports Nation Is Prey to Personal Greed I.ONDOX (UP) Err.: of the Duke of Aosta. Italian vice-1 roy of Kthiopia, have arrived at Dire Dawa and are discussing with army chieftains terms for; ,'ihe capitulation of 76.000 Italian] 'troops still resisting in Ethiopia, iti iwas understood ition of reports tha i sIBuxfonNamedfo Stadium Commission Holland M. Buxton. faculty man-; of athletics at Lash high i still holding out at ML Olympus. (The Greek report, with those The penetration through the from Berlin and Rome, indicated jSiatista Pass was disclosed last jthe actual fighting line extends 'night by a Greek spokesman. Thej from just above Mt_ Olympus on advance was said to have cost the jthe Guf of Salonika westward past Germans many lives as they strug- i Servia and Siatista. jogs north to- through tortuous mountain ward the vicinity of Kastoria, then 'routes harassed by sharpshooters- 1 slants southwest passing just above The dent the Nazis drove in the] Arsirocastrc. in Albania, to the point of the original V-shaped Hel-j Adriatic in the vicinity of Chiniara. ager 01 at iii: tocay- Confirma-! schoc! today -vvas appointed hat tr.e ji-.uT-.icipal stadium commissii to (Editor's Note: For the first time since the French and Indian of colonial days. France and America are working on opposite sides in war. There Is a feeling in some French circles that France and the United States may even become opposing belligerents in the pres- ent conflict. These are the sober conclusions drawn in the following article, first of a series by Kenneth Downs, ace foreign corres- pondent of Intel-national News Service, after a five-week stay in occupied and unoccupied France. These conclusions were drawn in face of admitted fact that 95 per cent of the French population is cause the other five per cent is powered by German propaganda and German arms, a segment of the French who have bet not only careers but life itself on a British surrender to bring realization of their aggressive, ruthless personal am- bitions.) of Yugoslavia, and ladiam commission ead. j tn mern-; surrender of "thousands of Serbs" were reported today i An Italian surrender in East Af- i ber of the city board of education, i German command, which said the "number of DliS- rica had be-rwhosc death occurred cause of the da.njr of tens of j weeks ago. j oners and the amount of booty is increasing hourly. of Italian civihar.s Iroirs j Baxton ivill scn-e out Mr. Orr'sj (Sarajevo, historic city !vengeful Ethiopian tribesmen. which expires on March assassination of Austrian arch-i are revolting in increasing num-i 1942. The nine commissioners serve ibers. "Italian forces now sre gradual- j hree Abyssin-'Chairman Ho warn i duke touched off the powder keg] Other members of the board are: I which led to the war, is in] Showers i without re i iy concentrating in areas Dossie. secretary Carl V. d j central Yugoslavia in the Bosnia- JThursdav. region where the; City ;ann, tne Rev.! France Has Lost Its Pride; Darlan Has Gone Power Mad (Terrorists Kill I Jew "for Practice new By KEXNETH DOWN'S _ have just come from France, where Uo'assassinate high officials of the I spent five weeks. During move, i traveled throughou hungry Pyrenees region to the I visited the flead but vastly over-s crowded cities of Marseilles and i JS.009 and 9.000 natives in. jthe Gorsdsr area. Troops In the jjirr-ina resion are at ICCO Italians and 15.000 Boxer on i prisoners and large quantities of .Cincinnati material were taken in north- j Lake Is Termed Private Property s western Greece, where continued j jnftjH retreat i irrjpf Mi Vil-i -osecutor was p. -JE -n-iir-c- a -rnut _ {though the 23-acre parr: asong shore is public property. Atty. Gen dreamlike quality of unreality.! f it is difficult now to or S262.S3 mor permitted bv ir, cash to the things i j learned. The tragic saw and j i CLARKSBURG. VA. ig fact that i Three today we t.itf vji ix.cj on a round of parties to-bs last night while N'aziish re treat-irnas eve and !ater bcat her- raiders delivered sa'vage aerial at-iof ov shoved bac.K 40 to 60 the Yugaslav border. ar.es were said to be con- You have the inescapable in dawns on you gradually and finally for severe bums suffered when! Kankinson denies the charges, I tacks on widely scattered English; Xazi plar. ___ ________ ____ _.. hits you right between the eyes isjgasoiine fumes ignited in a garage 'contending Miss Lsverne left his [towns and then hur'ed their heav-j tinuously harassing British troops i Ofclahcmra and Kansas. It !s cooler s. though I pjt of the Monongahela West Penn apartment with a woman compan- i iest bomb concentration at north- j covering a retreat from Zozane: -sta-es- "tSlirature Fourteen here. 'aon, [ern Ireland. PtolemaJs and the Aliakmon river.'' -----'--.'._. Turn to they were feeffvy locally over Missouri. OHIO Showers tonight Cooler Thursday. A.M- tion ......62___Pt. Oeuidv ..75 ......19-----CiOildy ......55-----Oo-j-ly ...59-----Rain fS___Oo-jtfv ......Si ......TS 62___Pt. Cloudy -.75 -.36 ......74 wesl- plains slates and over and Oregon and soatheasta-ard into Ulah and Nevai3a: NEWSPAPER! lEWSPAPERl   

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