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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio                               THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Associated Press M NEA Tefephofos AP 84TH 'i98 ZANESVILLE, OHIO, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1948 FIVE CENTS Prints the News Tells the Truth LEWIS AND UNION DRAW HEAVY FINES Communists Still Trailing In Italy, 2-1 Reds Will Be Barred From Government ROME from Italy's crucial elections indi- ated today a smashing anti- Communist victory and Vice Premier Giuseppe Saragat an- nounced "the Communists not tx? admitted into it.ily's new government." viragat head of Anti-Commun- j i Socialists, told newsmen "The Italian election means a re- of demociacy in Europe The r torj of democratic forces is a TJioat setback to Russia and Com- jnumst plans for expansion. "Italy U nnu a part of uettern rjirope anil not of the Balkans." The returns from three-fourths of Italx's senatorial districts snowed the anti-Communist parties i to one ahead of the Commun- i-t-led popular front coalition Premier Alcide De Gaspen's American-backed Christian Demo- party had almost half the total xotes In the election be- Tallying Ballots in Italy nadio-Telrphotn Italian election officials and party xxatcheri, count the record xote 1 in Rome's Flamina district polling place after the ftteful txxo-day election Grouped around the dUtrict Judge aro, left to right, tabulator. Christian Democrat xxatcher. Communist xxatch- er, and counter. Early unofficial returns gaxe anti-Communist ultra in 111C" v.'iui-iii'ii j t_ i the east nnd the west, nnd parties a considerable margin may yet get nn absolute majority. Early returns on the Chamber of Deputies indicated a similat tushing defeat for the Commun- ists The returns raised "the pos- sibility that the anti-Communists hnd seized undisputed control of both houses of the nexv parliament The Interior Ministry's tabula- tions on the nenate xote. counted COLUMBUS UV-Robeit A Taft Mid-sumer xxeathor first. the Christian Dem- and Harold E stassen kick the here today as the mercury nornU 8.17I.SA9, or 44.4 percent Ras peda, tomorrow. for the iast I near DO this afternoon. U. S. to Share Military Duty In Palestine Troops Offered If Other Nations Agree to Join LAKE SUCCESS The United States said today it would piovide troops for Pal- estine if other countries to be selected by the United Na- tions would join them. U S Chief Delegate Warren R .Austin told the Palestine jassemblx s 58-nation political com- mittee that his goxeinment "is not prepared lo act alone In this mat- ter" Austin admitted that dlrort xilth cortaln gosernmenU oxer furnishing; far had been i Pleading for UN nssembly ac- 'ceptance of the American program I for a temporary' UN trusteeship In I the Holx Land In lieu of partition I Austin said "The United States is xxilling to undertake its share of responsibili- ty for the prox islon of police forces A Miner's Reaction Telephoto Here's what Valentine Dolenc. 65-year-old coal miner of Coxer- dale. Pa. thinks of John I. Lewis' comution for criminal and c lul contempt. field officials repoit the union's 400000 mem- ben "fighting mad" oxer the decision Fine Won't Settle Issue, One UMW Official Declares One Fourth of Nation's Coal Miners Idle As Lewis Fined; Outcome of Appeal Awaited Leader Escapes Prison Sentence Judge Accepts Advice Of Justice Department L. Lewis escaped a jail .sentence today but was fined personally and his United Mine Workers for contempt of court. JudRp T Goldsboi accepted a government recommendation for those fines, but it had his own inclination to send Lewis to jail. The finei are just double xxhat the bushy-browed UMW chief his miners had to pay after thex similarly were found gulltx in 1916 of contempt for ignoring a courts atop-strike order Then Goldiborough fined Lewis S10.000 and the union 001) hut the supreme court cut the union fine to The GoldthorouKh today uere only for crim- inal contempt. Thr Judge grant- ed a Koxrrnment motion to oon- i aider a penult) for clxll con- tempt against and the union on I rlilny. nnd the union each xxere liold guilty bx the Judge yesterday of both tixil and criminal con- tempt Assistant Attorney General Gin- ham Moiison told icporters after Taft, Stassen Mercury Near Stumping State 90-Degree Mark xxith other members who may by the general assembly 'and xxho are xillllng to carry out such a task in accordance xxlthj the xx ill of the assembly and -A 1th proxisions of the charter. "While the United States parpd to carry Its fair share UN burden Invoked in such porary trusteeship. It is not pre- to ___ tho court heanng thnt the reason PITTSBURGH Hughes, president of the fOI deiaxnng the clxll contempt which are'required during a truce United Mine Workers district three, today declared fining (sentencing until Friday was to ex- and temporary trusteeship, along f the unjon amj John L Levus uould not settle the issue. "else "We'll Just have to wait nnd he said adding he thought the final answer would be gixen by the I United States supreme court He made the comment after learning a federal court in Wash- ington has fined I.ewis and i the union on criminal contempt of court charges First reaction of soft coal miners Former Resident 'Scabbed at Pen fviitii; n pre- i f jrsi ri'itcruuil en Run CTIUI militia. uax. -inn-rstiii rt pared to act alone In this mattei Sam P Chesshlr. former the field to the fine imposed up-1 Asked specifically !f the Justice conunuen Our will be of this city and son-in-law of on their union and Its leader was department may recommend Jail ry upon of other H. J. Vogelheim of 430 Luck axe- that "we got a dirty deal (for Lewis If part of the miners are lie another heavy fine and oxrn a jail penalty ajalnst possible If all the min- ors are not back at work by that time. "The Idea to proxlde Hmr to KM- xx hat they will do by Fri- dax." Morlson ._.' nn (III of the xote. The popular front i, of ,hclr race f of Qhios' After sinking to a low of 60 gox-ernments to proxlde similar as- nue. was one of three guards at This was tho comment of Bal- still out Fridax-, Morlson said- oiUltlon of Conm.unl.t and Lrft sistance uKr .ot558-976 to the Republican na- Ulng SoelalUtu got B.38..976 comentlon oten, or 31.3 percent. t Returns from 4.478 of 41.525 sec-jTaft. Cmcinna in the xote for the Chamber Onios senior senmur, win 2 o'clock the Christian Democrats 2..'of the states 53 delegates without SO T at mu the Front, favorite son candidate, hiSh xxas 501 at_mu thonntl-Communist Socialists. the state Republican organize -.91 The iur imiiit-a ---------fT--r> swelled tho anti-Communist total housewives. meanwhile. Thp American document -xas a Alcide De Gaspen. Italy's Chris-1 Taft set speeches foi 11 different Bopped up their cleaning worn ana Of 15 Konernl prin- "itn ciples put before the security coun- the Republican na- early this morning, the tempera- DM Warren R Auitln (stabbed last night by a Negro con-'recor dere nmabrlCht thTse'nt "he pP.n to the Ixict who ran berserk Inside nat, Republican and be! 88-nation polltleal for 20 He senator, will get o'clock committee, which began eon- Chesshlr was reported in critl- sexer penltentlarj in Columbus Demaico, J5. of Morgan, Pa, 'We might" last night by a Negro con- recording secretar> of UMW local, Itnmediatelx- after Goldsborough acted. AFL President William rchooed the wntiments Iwued a statement saying exeral miners grouped around a thnt punishment of labor or labor but doxxntoxxn flier fctTLiU tJ j n a r 'tlon Stassen. former Minnesota thermometers registered two or the Land xxlll be de- xotes for minor parties'Roxernor. Is challenging for the degrees higher. clM the debate. tlderation of the whole I Cal condition suffering from 'radio in a communltj restaurant leaders for exercising the right to ptoMem. Th, fat, of the lung and abdominal wounds Demnrco added he "didn't know" stop work "xxill resentment l ptoMem 1947 to par- nan Democratic'premier, said the northeastern and oastcin Industrial amateur gardeners, xx ere loturns were beyond his fondest cities foi Wednesday and Tliurs- 'heir planting worn dtoams dax goes to southwcstoin The Communists had xery little Ohio tomorrcjjx, thon stump lo say through tho noitheastorn Piotro Ingtnro, diiector of tho tho lost of tho xxeek. Communist party per. up In Cloxeland i I. Unita. declared in a formal state-, Tart, whose luxe ad- nicnt thnt the Communist-domin- that nhoxx nf strmctli surprised thrin. plans to rrturn from UaihliiRtoii ucaln xxrrk, the before tho Max 4 prnnarx elrrtlon itcd popular front, "xxithout any cioutlt will represent n doclsixc loment In the future parliament and in the country DC Gaipfrl's office Issued n strvomoni xxhich sniil the backing gixfn by tho Chiistiaii Democrats oxen gronti r thnn xie could Inxo hoped for Tho partial rc-tuins so far In Costa Rica Sees Rebel Victory lung One of U miner of 1} olashed. The other, who xxam wounded, waft Frank C. Lower of Columbus. Tlio conxict. John Thomas, jj icil bx Austin and Jcnr term loi n ,___ county burglary, sui Walter what effect the fine would haxe In the minds of directly con- 1 Tho plan was cliculated pilxatclx to council members last week hut Austin leceixod clearance from Washington onlx yesterday for public presentation The trusteeship could be ter- minated by assembly agreement on a permanent plan of goxernment bx successful rilubixoitv on Turn to Page coined and by xxho are In- dirrctlx affected In clxil contempt, penalties are _.... usually based on damages done So, I am Kolnic to gti more to i penalties are often to In- xote me." I crease If damages continue "If the case had boon thrown This might result In Goldsbor out of court xxhen on the miners' return to xxork "It like allaoo for presi- nalcl one miner bitterly. how I'm colne to xote and CARTAGO Costa if> M) whon the niattor will ho set" (Leader Jose rushed cojr- plan The xote could tied, stassen alrrndx boat- 'ers to his armies today to halt bc for ,PaM the Ohioan in Nohr.isUa fuithor bloodshed after jn theorx. this would mean an agreement with the goxernment ,liat End of Akron's Bus StrikeS 'were granted wed haxo been back exent the minors do not xxork In 100 percent high now said De- protest against the criminal con- Marco "That s xx hat this walkout tempt was about Thais' all wo wanted Many wore out of the mines Lewis nextr called stnke. I'm today, xxaltlng to see the outcome recording secretary nnd the of the strike is not mentioned In forrespondenco to our local i More thnn n fourth of the 'OOO toft coal miners xxere Idle to- This xxa diy In fresh xxalkouts stemming xxasimposed Jt DOE GOLDSBOROf Gil Ohio Miners i Lewis' nttornex. K Hop- f. I L I kins, filed notice of Intention to I 1ft I AH 100- appeal trie  j i y si "lit __ i.i judgment It would Im- no ,0 Hwn noi II w err poj u bore oxen in tin the loft hn ..A inlnistr.x of interior coin- sued at noon, referred "complete proxalrnee" of e Catholic partx. Only a sharp r-xortal in the trend now ran fulfill (omimmlM of xxln- Italy to tho side of Russia at the ballot An Associated Press tabulation f official chamber of deputy rt, Tho ins-urgcnt-s nppoarod to the splitup scheme i< dax again appeared possible tho not expected to dlmlnUh The now fnre schedule xxlll raise "0 hp said 'I he agiomonl wa-- signed U-1 pioxidod foi a U.N- tho price of tokens fiom four to night in San bx ProMdent coxernor-general will thieo for crnts nnd add 25 HP added. "A jail sontonc< to ii-turn Tuosdix 01 Pundo Mic balski nnd a dictator powei s He would cents to weekly now sell- haxp [yeen ,hr of ,ho goxernmont Ilpxt In nn nf tfiA T.nnH it H nn InP for XI OO anrf SI U.i i. _._ _____ fioldsl.oroiuh told him In ,hflr today in the face of gox- ornmont pcnaltlej. against John Low u. and his United Mine Work- Ing "If thU court to of .'no m Brlmont, I HairUon counties operating Out of 13 strip mines in tho thiee counties, only nnd go homo to Max T last night to ho goxcrnmont could bo set up snsvon is to fix lo ncnring .San continue------------ Dax on tomonoxx nko in Middle- ndxancing on tho capital, nxoldjns town tlion to Toledo Thui-dix firing as much ns possible rig- I Harlf rifpKlllC Allnnro. Canton and Akion Fii- u  Following the fare agieoment ld Of John L Lewi- nid norrmnently. that they muM a long K A A H _- One Man, 33 Horses thn representathes of the 450 drlxers mct ATC offirini, for more two lo ono Tho returns xxeie scat- tond from north to south all in ban I nnd Communist Socialist MIIII: nllixl xxith Chiistlan Demo- i rats In the uoxornmont, wns run mug third xxith -MO 6X1 votes I ho chnmboi xoto is considered i honor ruido to Italian political than the hallollifg for xxith Its awkxxard, com- BURRILLV1LLK R I S-m Jose under strict ccn- J'ait one man and xaluable hours'xxithout reaching sorshlii but information here is Ing horses porl-hed when fire an agreement tint it will bo lifted, perhaps to- foul harn, nt the Pascoag between tho companx rare track e.itly todax 12., mechanics mxolxod wer- Fasil4t ami Judgn d e c 1 1 o n Strike at Chrysler DETROIT tn-Amid reinirts ol drastic slnsh in tho union do- CIO United Auto mot tod.ix to obov the courts Hopkins nskod the judge to hold I1 up the fines ponding outcome of local unions scheduled tho nppoals meotmgs for this nfternoon and Moil-on objected nnd Golds- to discu.s tho dccii.on A open the stable tlio runnlnr disarming' Twontx-soxon horses .....Ji" "f company wns checkinc _________________________ Hopkins bond to ,e Dow mo Motor .Sales Co. nf fro" C? South Sixth street, has bec.n gaxo until 10 (d dialer for the now fucker a m tomorrow to do so n< hr of In the four on "ul of the pro-Fasclst Chrysler Corp emploxos s-oclallst Moxomtnt predict- Tho boards oknx the I i tl tho Christian Democrats would lemaming union barrio. L.H 100 of tho soats In the of n sanctioned' xxalkout All Tal n (lulromonts hnxe boon r Iixod official and unofficial lib- but no strike dnto hns boon sot Minis of uttiins fiom 17417 of As tho board members i r-i ix s U.fi-17 oloctoial sections m ial session tin re wore un- I IWOf Wnnnt iKVWuV puclncts) in th  by Bob Dovxnic propiktoi ion lhe "Irn- the sontonc '_______________________The Tucker, hailed ns ono of the prirtax .XXJ-tMSSKSX end Cooler Chlcii.0 and the modtl Is ex- M o r i s c. n whenna floich sidont of local Mi. OHIO- Windx unrt waim with polt, (1 n, hi r.- nnout Juno 1 this" hart in infojmed tho men that trie after the fire started, scattered showtis this exrning Tnp car the rf what hapnons of tho session xxas to do. i-'- minors culo when thox -----1J 1 protested no Know hm of purpo-e' foi _putting off to xote on pi qUPMlon Of rotuinmg to their meeting hold last night killed wlen It ran into an nuto- mobile nftor the fire started, scattered showtis this exrning _ __ ___ omo of the horses xxere run- followed bx partly olowlx nnd pool- drlxo n hondlight that turns with ..M __J _..____ I I- tllt.ll Of nppioxlmiitelx txxo tci one' ___ Its xxngo Domoctiils t 11 from 10 to IS's IH.U O til Fiont J OHS Ojsi .in hoin -mill plot is tikmg a The Soc mlist I nltx Itepub- oin, an- nogotiatois ins ,ti d on h ilidnx altimptint, the first roast, limn tick, ts combined got 711   Ja-st Te1 C Paterol n Now worker employfd Pan-American AII- off. r WHS iejo.tod Satuulix ways sot light plino down hero hx iininn d.legates from nfhrxs- just before  nn'n i I in i ml i i II' 1 il hr- I mil" v.o k me nftei this hnnl I In I link i ullri. Hil.hln unlv Ilis pi losutls I looolxed xxoio said F W Fulks of Irlnxxiy, Ohio. In spoaklng of tho nil listed nboxo r HS.Oc'lO rondors r Classified Ad In tho Sig- nal and Time- H iloi Phono Big Snow Storm Hit City Just 47 Years Ago Today ,xlll bo In the In 'I lie this nftoi- noon noiod into the 8fI s foi the second clnj In n row but old- rocallod that -47 xeArs ago lodn> tho snovs storm on record struck this clt> a par- blow In tho xxnke of a howling blizzard Tlio dax dawned bright and sunn> but soon storrn clouds gathered and tho mercur> xxlth amazing sudden- as tho winds grew monger pensnrd in thr firld- where huge drifts pilM soxoial foot high When tho stoim finnIK M a thioe foot hlnnk< t roxire: this nroa and many faimors in hnd come to town foi th.- found tliomsolxos snoxx bound and weio forrod to n main oxornight nt hotels nnd rooming houses here Whoncxor the story of tho big snow recounted, It inxariably ends on this humorous note Many youths of that day to.k of the and packed It down with straw from theii barns Then, a few later they dug It up to enjoy the thrill lack of of throwing snoxx balls on tho natno Fourth of luly! tho Iron! wheels and many otliei ultra-modern innoxations 1 IK firm, xxluch is igont fo tho Uillys Joop contmuo to handle tbnt lino MacFadden, af 79, To Wed Woman, 42 MIAMI UKArH, nnrr MncFnddoi 79-xoar-oIc slcal ci.ltunsl. for Turn to Seek Gas Rate Hike For Perry-Co. Town phy- coi.t'Mnrs owno, and a-kod tJ. wilt bo xxould return to work Donald Fiamo, of the Mlsco mine comm'ttop. reported that the men i of using to discuss the tion or to take a xote. promptly walked out of the meeting hftll Only about 100 of the local's 800 m  Donald dent L S Buckmaiter. that thjs Won. 4 A I   

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