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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio                               THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Jtssociaf Nf A AP Wirepfcotoj 84TH 262 ZANESVILLE, OHIO, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1948 FIVE CENTS Prints the News Tells the Truth 1 Killed, 6 Injured at Crossing Photographer Don Dorant reached the night's ta- tal accident on State street before the ambulances, and obtained this remarkable set of pictures. ear. IB which one person was killed and six injured, is shown crushed against crossing standard. LEFT ABOVE safferinx from paic, an injured woman is shown in trunk comportment where she was thrown by force of impact Another in- jured woman b risible on the floor of the car. RIGHT gineer E- C- Love helps Sfiss Elva Hargar from wrecked car. At the hospital today, it wac laid that she sustained serious injuries. RIGHT Louise Hoffer, 35. is shown she was placed on ambulance stretcher. Draft Boards Reorganized! LOUISVILLE. Ky. OV-Col. So- lon F. Russell, state director of the office of Selective Sen ice during; World War n, said today draft boards are being reorgan- ized to meet any emergency. The program nationwide. Col. Rnasell said, and was plan- ned "as a matter of prepared- ness" for future emergencies. We are setting; it op on pa- he said. "We could start _, operating on 24 hours' notice." eral MacArfhur bid OL The state director said former for top place OH the RepUDll- board members over Kentucky can ticket tOdaV, even as Dewey, Stassen Face Test Today WASHINGTON have been contacted for possible service that "we got a splen- did response." r ri t- t- 4- 5 More Dillon Funds Sought Engineers Carry Request to Senate fSrsecis! to The Signa! Gen. R. A. Wheeler, chief of army engineers, today asked the Senate appropriations com- mittee to add two million dol- lars to the House approved appropriation of one million dollars for construction of the Dillon dam and near Zanesville during the next fiscal year. If approved. Wheelers request _ would raise the Dillon figure for- the next fiscal year to the full HELSINKI if) Finland picked -a Teftist-tinged delegation today by President Truman in his an- for the Moscow talks on a P.usso- is available but will not actively nual budget message. 'Finnish treaty of friendship the presidency caught profes- Gen Wheeler mutual assistance, a government sional GOP noliticians by surprise, committee'to increase by four hun- member said. It pot the SS-year-oW five-star dred thousand dollars the House Government quarters said ihey. appropriation for the Muskingum expected the negotiations to begin nver reservoirs. The House ap- on or about March 20. The seven- proDtiated SL200.000 for these man Finnish delegation will be, projects, and Gen. Wheeler's re- headed by Premier Mauno Pek-j quest was for restoration to the.kala. There was no indication figure recommended by President whether special technical advisers Truman. on military matters will be at- MacArthur's Ban on Religious Teaching Mother of 2 Small Children Hat in Ring In Schools Deplored Here Dies at State St. Crossing d. B tm President Truman foreclosed his mortgage on the Demo- cratic nomination. Deploring the U.S. supreme court's dedsloa banning religious education in public schools, members of the Zanesville Coun- cil of Christian Education today joined the Ohio Council of Churches in a counter move to continue such work in the state- Rev. E. C. Traylor, pastor of the First Church of Christ and chairman of the com- mittee of the local religious council, said the ne.v plan would about their beliefs. The ruling be announced soon- j does not apply to private   mobile was struck by a westbound B. O. passenger train at the State street crossing. Mrs. Campbell died a few minutes after being admitted to Good Samaritan hospital. Injured were: Mn. KaUierine Bfftise. of 1135 Lee street, severely cut and bruised. tached to the group. The majority of Finland's po- litical parties have expressed opposition to a military alliance with Bosnia- Of the dele- gates, three represent parlia- mentary groups which have gone on record against an arms pact. If the senate approves the in- creases now recommended by the engineers, the total waterways pro- gram for the year beginning next July 1st would" be more than S6TO.- POaOOO. This figure includes amounts for projects added by the house which not in tne bud- get. Lt. Gen. R-A. Wheeler, chief of engineers, told a senate appropria- cided upon the makeup of the subcommittee the "amounts delegation at a meeting this after- are "the minimum which noon. Finland's foreign minister, enable the continued success-' Carl J. A. r-nckeii, a ful operation" of the projects in- man. is vice-chairman of the dele- volved. (gallon. He speaks Russian and has The "house bii! provides a meipber of practically all 000.000 for waterwavs next year, recent Fmnisn delegations ai 30 per cent more than was voted the miori- for work >ear. but a 20 per Premier Pekkala is a memoer cut in Mr Truman's budget of the Socialist Union party, which for next >ear- :is affiliated with the Communists _______________ ,in Finland's "deniocratic union." WASHINGTON internal revenue bureau came under sharp fire of the House appropriations com- mittee today. The committee said the political patronage f pfcking federal tax coOections should be abolished., recommendation was made" a bill providing funds for the treasury and postoffice depart- ments for the year starting July 1. But the committee made only a 1.7 percent cut in the 200 President Truman had asked for the two departments. It pro- posed a total of 5L981.722.330 in The supreme Allied commander. cash appropriations, in Japan named no party in his Of this, the treasury would re-, announcement that he would ac- ceive S290.453.100. or a 5.6 percent cent "any public duty to whir-h I-cut. and the postoffice on tutn street. wm might be calied by the American 250. or a 1.1 percent reduction, take over on May 1. it was an- peopie." The president had asktd 5306.981.- today But his statement -took note of 700 for the treasury and S1.710.- Df the fact that his name has been for the postoffice depart- Holieb, who is manager of entered in the Wisconsin Repub- ment. Majestic theater m Co.umous. lican pnmary next month. Also. said today that he will remodel general in the positive candidate class, along with Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of Xew York, Senator Robert A. Taft of Ohio, former Gov. Harold E. Stassen of Min- nesota, and Gov. Earl Warren of California- North Fifth-St. Theater Leased Lou Holieb, veteran Columbus theater man, has taken a long- i lease on the Imperial theater _.__, Miss Elva Hargar. 32, of 812 last night at the YMCA iWoodlawn avenue, severe bade and, when word of the court's ruling chest injuries. was received here. The problem Louise Hotter, 35, of 154 was discussed but no formal ac- 'Eighth street, cuts and bruises, tion taken. Mrs. Sophia Dallas Lanning, 22. At Coiumbus. Bishop H- Les- of 904 Hall avenue, severe bruises Miss Frances Bryan. 22. of 242 Gray street, cuts and bruises. Warren Derwood 21. of 603 Howard street, dnx-er of the car. cuts on head. Miss Hargar !ind Mrs. Broise are' in senous condition. Miss Hargar" is in Good Samaritan hospital while Mrs. Broise is at Bethesda. Miss Hoffer also is a patient at Good Samaritan hospital while the others are receding treatment at their homes. The women, all employes of Hazel-Atlas Glass company Plant 2 on Ridge avenue, had attended a household brush demonstration at the home of a friend on Hedge- wood avenue, after which they ter Smith, superintendent of the Ohio Area of Use Methodist church, called the decision "un- fortunate." The bishop said the ruling seemed favorable to the atheistic position and antagonis- tic to religion. The Rev. Donald Timerman. of Columbus, executive secretary of the Franklin County Council of Churches and former super- intendent of the Zanesville area of Methodist churches, com- mented: is strange that the ruling would favor an atheist in a Christian country. It goes too far and wiii make necessary an almost endiess tria! of legislation Betty Campbell of 858 Park street, who was kiUed in morninc crash- _ 10 days ago. the general sent! UP- The rinnish caoinet session de- a niessage to GOP headquarters in "Ajni- uiw- Turn to Fage 11. vear_oid Seek Companions Of Slain Sailor Critical the theater completely and install reports on the nfiw. seats jjefore opening as a' nadebpublic to- which will specialize day by a house committee. in the showing of first run pic- The stucies were made in Cin- tures. cinnati, Cleveland. Columbus and Toledo- i Findings included: "Laxity and carelessness'' in handling tax collection receipts in The historic theater, which bailt 75 years under the name of the Schultz Opera Hoate, was leased today from the Schnltz estate through its attorney. Hamilton porter. to eel accepted practices into 'stopped at a cafe on South ihi.'d street, where they met Bowers, also a Hazel-Atlas worker- Bowers said they went next to a Putnam restaurant, and that he was taking the women to their re- spective homes when the fatal ac- cident occilrrec. MOSCOW The driver told B. O. Detec- todav ,ha. thg Unned states is Waiter Komgan that he oia a western power hear the train whistle or ths law." Three women are employed in the ZanesviHe public schools to teach religious principles to third, fourth and fifth graders. Turn to Page Soviets Protest Europe Division Bulletins Chinese New Drug Cures Boy of Infection bu pro-.ed negotiations proved the idea of a military alii- "'ovie ance. __ __ SHANGHAI A been dark for ammunition dump exploded at CHICAGO Pohce and coro- A high official in the Toledo of- 5pverai Tsingtao today, leveling a cu> ner's investigators today sought witn "little or no knowledge" XTieatPn; Inc reopened the Quim- block and causing 230 casualties, "7-j ear-old of revenue laws. by theater and transferred its An estimated 100 were killed. Satur- A income tar division chief in uestero pictures there. _ Loop colnmbns with an Indifferent Mr. Holieb has been in the ihe- attrtade" and poor onrtmronz ater business since boyhood- Be- The seaman. Charles N. KoHer ability. fore the business_et Coi- Clay Workers Await Steel Wage Pattern 4- li BALTIMORE nine-year- old boy lay critically ill in aydcn- hsm hospital here. He suffered froir. a skin eruption uith a sec- ondary infection that ordinarily v.ould lead to death. Doctors administered huge- doses of the wonder drugs streptomycin CHICAGO in the end penicillin. They did nof brick and day industries will de- They called Johns Hopkins hos- pend or. the pattern set by steel f tal physicians who have been ex- companies, a official said eurr.er.t.r.g with a new, powerful today __erm-ki'.ier. If The Steel Workers an Tr.e Hopkins injected agreement with rsar.sgeraer.t dur- tr-p drug-. the form of a white Ing Asr.2. Arthur naegel of "underneati his .-kin. Three American Federation of Labor, d-' Ister, eruption wage? arr.or.c br.ck and cia> work- Ke was p'ter "rs will oe to But if stee: agree as f-.e f.rsi rrorth. r." addefl. brick un'on hun-an to t? n.th as3-" the industry Ti.-.xin. V _______________ In P.ttsourjn 'he br-.ck ar.d e'.ai to .of Newark.   umb'js. he managed an P.KO the- use helicopter in ice-breaking operations on the Great Lakes for 'ffored to fii-ct f !i2nt if it v.ere r.ot warning bells at the crowing. Xo watchman is on duty there from 11 p. m. antil 7 a. m_ nor the crossing equipped with flasher 'rights to warn approach- ing Jlack of such pre- cautions have been the subject of discussions in city coonci! ever since Tie Times-Signal edi- torially called attention to the need almost a year ago. Councilman Campoe.i said a western power scheme to divide Europe and in- crease military strength in Ger- many for aggression against Sov.et In a note to thg Un-tPd Staler. Britain and France. Russia de- clared the western powers are try- ing to build up military potsntial in the Ruhr so as to "turn western Europe into a strategic base for American imperialism ui the purpose of aggression the O. railroad against the USSR. first this spring. i Another Atomic Discovery Revealed death a search for a girl identified cnry as Gloria and two Bailors with whom Holler was seen in a bowbng 3H min- otes before be was found. Jackie R. Norton. 19. of Detro-.L who was stationed -.fith Holler Great naval trainir.g center. _ ____ ncrth of Chicago. at corc-ers jrcuest xesteroa> trat pa_... -vere rr.sae Europe and .-vac w.s-. tne gir! and -oy cOTr.rr.ittee They agreed that artificial pro- m tie bowing Kxcerpts from on !h> duction of a rreson wo-jld be Similar studies were made in 60 science got off to an exciting coiiection d i r i c t s tocav with man -r.ade throughoui the mighty part.cle? which here- T-.e bureau's report.- gorj-; tofore have been proouced or..y by over ir.ve-.igators fcr a r.ous? nature. :n end-" a notable NTERNBESG. Germany Two high officials of the Ameri- can war crimes prosecution staff returned to Nuernberg safely today after 27 in tbe custody of armed Roman soldien within the Soviet-occu- pied zone of Germany. S.r Stafford Cr.pps install a flasher sible to elim- inate a watchman altogether at tbe crowing. Council did not con- sent to this, he said, and the rail- road had promised to ser.d a here for a conference on t.-.e subject several months ago. but he "r.a? not yet shown up Stsie street has the of a" least or.e previous fats! acc.ner-.t ar.d a nu-r.ber oi cctii--.or.s- Roy Bootr. a T.nxes Reorder ?roo.'- The note was made tart night at a confereace. RoMian offlcials said it was de- livered Saturday. It did not say what action the government if- tends to take on its interpreta- tion of events. The Soviet not0 rejected a Bnt- isr. reply to an earlier Russian pro- test a recent three sower conference T. London on Ger- rr.ar.---s future. That confererce, the "So-..et note chargei. vioiated i'l ?otsdarr. agreement of Girl Breaks Leg For 15th Time Wilfrid Maner. theater per.od >fay 1- 194S. to Xo- .V. to t-ne United CLEVELAND triree Sa'.'.y Ar.n has broken a leg for the I5th time. The r-r2 first fractured a when 20 months Old as and the AFL. she was learning to walk. Last had two broken jegs. e in July ar.d one in September, e family doctor c she KM her complaint The fracture occurred FOSTMASTEJi wher. a public school bus whic> rarrief to Sunbeam Schiol for Crippled Children s-opned ou ckly, thro-.'-ing her from hsr _ f.-> IP seat, Pay is set at read- tan' Tnrn to Fajte 2. s on The nationa'. pat- testified he a thcd tern to set T. about 20 be.'ore the sailor "7 than 13 four.d. Police the sailor -v. the agrefrner.t fo'.iowetj found 25 feet fror.i he cays" regotiation? oet-veen would landed had he piunjed -_------------------ representatives of IT major brick from the fire escape. refractories ;n the eastern United' Off.aals at Great Lake; isava! Grain PnCCS Take Constraction tra.n.ng center sa.d they are con- ducting an independent investiEa- AnOtnCr a'-orr Productior. of laboratory for the announced by Dr. O fanned atorj ;r.'.asher. and B Fisk re- of 'he atomic energy commission. The potent particiev which may pcmit the way to, the standard MocArthnr Write in Urged for Ohio in ho occupied the right side of the rear seat, re- ceived the full impact of the crash There were ".n the front seat and four in the rear. tx> ce-n.htarize m western ley wouid not that area "nor liquidate i- the RusS.an oe- Cloudy and Colder Springfield during a performance Sar- .400. u-da-.. ly after 'he opensn? short- Slater, 'teel ied >esterda> at 54. executiie. write in the general's name about on the pnrtisrj ba'.lot-s. Turn to 8. NEWSPAPER!   

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