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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio                               THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Associated Press NBA 31G ZANESVILLE, OHIO, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1948 FIVE CENTS Prints the News Tells the Truth TRUCK DRIVER KILLED IN 3-WAY CRASH ilroads Operating as Court Bans Strike Ex-Premier Works in U. S. for a Week Joint To Help U.S. Run Trains Fatal Truck Crash Near Trinway Ome Jonas Cermus worr a uni- form with lots of medals and ild hrnld was when bi- as premier of Lithuania, left Ceruis is a S-lO-a-wefk hand in Newark, N J earing gnmt ov< rails and simp- is mica fot radio right I he et-primier. who worked a farm hand in England to earn nough for his passage here last iionth, "There was a war, I need monev Jews Winning Battle for Road L "NEA People of Russia Cheered By Hope of Accord With U.S. Truman Says Bid to Molotov for "Decent" Relations Marks No Change in Policy Unions Willing To Accept 15V2 Cent Wage Boost WASHINGTON Army Sccietary Royall. boss of the railroads under inent operation, '.aid today he will name a union-manfige- ment advisory txmid to help him run them. imported to a news con- ference the roads aie operating In normal fashion Ban-, against ship- ment of peiishnble as livestock and fiesh lifted Most lailioads put on such bans last week-end because of the stlike tilled thiee opei.iting brothei hood- foi Ga m local rail- road time' todat While Hovall was talking with repoiters at the Pentagon build- ing, lendei of the- three unions weie holding their own news con- ference at a downtown hotel The main points thet made I. Onlj a wane rntlrHj Yrmotr the possibllit} of n rail Arthur J. Glotrr. president of thr union, snlil riiiphiitlrallt that the nnti-strikr court onlrr h) thr Knteriiiiirnt u.is tthat stopped a walkout: seizure of thr roads nlonr ttoutd not ItBtr stopped a .trike. '2 ITii aie looking now to Pittsburgh Man Held for Investigation I Accident Occurs In Dense Fog Near Trinway Frederick I'. CJ.rM.nnn Cletelan.1. svas killed i.mrninr uhrn hi. truck, shown at left, collided with the truck shown at right. dritrn Clarence link of PitUburgh. Thr accident occurred an Routr 16. two mllrs nnrth nf Congress to Get Farm Message .IKIU Ul Thr .IrwUh irim nnnniineril Indus thr cap- of the stronglt fortified tillage of Krth Mahsir on fTie linr from Trl At it In ii-riisali ill. SALEM (It- Jews claimed todat in the hittlp to open i ir vitil Jt rti-alrm-1.1 Aviv sUp- linr s.ud Jewish com- inelns smashed Ar ib le- tance list night in the Bal El V. td rorg--, then swaimed over the 1 I' to wipe out Aiab Ills tligiiinh militia engmi ers, mov- ii, in behind the commandos, used I illelnzers and dvnamite to root jr. nn ng Aiabs out of hillside po.i- rs along tho w indinr mountain l Tel the .pok'sunn 'III Out r Arab resist.UUP lirn- I i o the imlnri rs b I a t r d 1'iriiiii.li a series nf stone, har- rn rs straddlniE thr highwht at Hi. beiltoni 'if th. cnrge, mil. s wist  II rr- iiiaininc to reach an agrrrmrnt. Mntthi'is said the union would lontmui nigotmtlons until G 10 p m 'EM'' tonight when the UAW representatives must report to the union's 100-mnn national ChrvsUr lonfert nee lonference wns called to meet on n "stand-b> basis to re- ceive nnt Chrtsler offer or map strike Mr.ltegr Matthews; did not rule out the possihllitt of further tugotlations with Chrjsirr following the union report tonight to the confermie Chairman ofHistory At Ohio State Dies things, he said the} agreed to rec Turn to I'age 9 Union Hotel Defies Strikers UASHINr.TON ill president Truman laid plans toda> to send congress n message his supportt r> hope wil put the farm vole in the Democratic column Novem- ber But Republican farm leaders on ,nu Capitol Hill they al- ready are at work on the verj thing the execptlve Is pected to long range agricultural program "I dn not nee antthiiiK in the prrsenl picture rrqiilrine a spr- eial mrssacr on thr nuhject." said Chairman Capper of thr twnatr acriculturr rom- mlttre. Capper issued a statement short- ly after It became known Mr Tru- man will send a farm message to congress this week The word came from Senate Democratic Leader of 'Wants 3-Dollar Bill To Honor Roosevelt O> vi III tie asliiil to create a >3 bill to honor the Intr I'rr.ld. lit PraiiUlin l> Koosrtelt. Itrp. Klein ttho dr- liiinorlf a Uriiiix-rut, todat hr ttill In- troduce an inithnrimtlon urr week. Klein said u lilll ttoilld prr- prtuatr the name of the lati president amour oth- rr it Hniild tenure of office Hirer three iiiiintlii of fourth term. The trranirt department rim- finrd fomnient to nil oli- Hint major (I in eurrriie.t are rare. A Cleveland truck driver was killed instantly shortly o'clock this morninc in a thicc-way truck crash m heavy on route 16, two miles north of Trinway. Slat.- highwa.v patrolmen said that Fiedeilck J Christman. 30. dnter of a Swift Co truck, lost his life when the machine figured in a head-on collision with a truck driven bv Clarence L Fink. of Pittsburgh, nnd then ploukh'd into the side of H truck operatfd hv Harold W Johnson of Columbus link brine held in cit> for IntmtlKation in connec- tion with thr fatal areidrnt. As- sistant I'rosrrutor Dutn he planned to qurttlon the joiitb this aflrrnoon. Patrolmen said Christmnn died instantlt. although his body wat pinned In the truck cab nnd wat not remtoed for some time after arrited Fink sustained bruu-ed right wrist, while Johnson, the other tiuckei. escaped unhurt. Tht- patrol raid a tank truck, ROME in-Vio Premiei l.iugi operated b> Albert Wolfe of New- Emaudi merg  boost Pickets manned In front of the I old (.irrving a  .aid the ccmnus-ion told him Dletiich woulel be i pleased on condition he go to St Ixiuis but remain under the jurisdiction of In that event, he maintains Mr pirole nithontie. He .said Truman could tell the farmers his c lnrk ndminitsration tried to get a meas- ure for them, but the Republicans did nothing about it CLEVFLA.ND ill T h e in" villi [.residential hotel own- lit to force the Republlcan-con- ihe Brotherhood of Locomo- trolled congress lo act on n farm measure or run the risk of being on the spot' with farmers strike of em- during tin coming presidential campaign Because time Is running short hotel. appri.Mmatelt 3J of the and because of the split in the so- estahlishment s   of the fust three ballots However, the constitution Sheriff Hnrrt Bcaelmear and protldes If the first three ballots Deputy Frank Mattey went to tho aie unsuccesful a simple majority scene 'along with state patrolmen. iulis on the fourth The Christian, Traffic was snarled for about Democratic support gate Elnaudi in each direction before more than n simple majorlt> of th" wreckage could be cleared from OOO votes of the two houses h'ghwa) Porrlen MinUtrr C'arlo sfora. Christmnn's for of thr C oiniiumlits, nllhdrru from thr racr laot nlRht after ii da> of hirkrrlne and two 1111- Mlirr.sfiil iMillols The Christian liriiincriits then aniioiincrd thr> ttrrr sultehlne thrlr support to Klnaiidl. uho hid rrcrltrd a MiittrriiiK of on Ihr first two 1'iovisional 1'iesidi nt Knrico iU who had the support of _.........__. bod> was removed to the Baughmnn funeral home at Guernsey County Killer on Trial the Communist-led popular front had heen ahead on the first billot De Nicola nlreadj tins announced his wish to retire Bulletins released to xii- s Cut leiorrm- J N 41 ill oi IKII.IIIOII tod iv reductions 1 lion Hi an- d yi ff. ttlve Mlv U is on which prites wire ie- oil per ton unhide el told t   oil iv an- 500 Slam in Korea s First Free Election the Ohio depaitment. died tod iv He suf fend a heirt attack while waiting to speak to thr Bivn Miwi collrge alumni as.otiition at the Colum- bus gallerv of fini aits A native of Dr d the Ohio Mate facultv in 101S H" ns n I nltersitt unitcr sitv in He w.is iiithr'i of i Inok Im- perial contiol of the Administn- tion of Justice in the Unite, n Arm i it an Colonn d in nnd of atticles in profe--ion.il jouinal Chicago Stockyard Strike Is Averted onse Sundav to Sinth's visiting at the I r ndio Moscow snid the of in 19-'. and Ohio MI t tnnHt 1 rt r-ii i ril in n Sll ID 1" Di oigr At! hmne fil thiiiman of the railroad strike threat of being State univeisitt histoit unfair to thi union One sign read "Up nnj not he the of labor, Alvanlet, hut hire are Alvanlet Johnston is of the Brotherhood of locomotive Engln-, _ A tlue.Tined whose strike for higher pi> n, thing.s was called olf umWs Chicago averted last night, four hours before tin 12 01 i m sink' dr idhne 1 Finnk Mon tghnn pipsidml of 11 CIO Stnckhandl'is I i on whuh diiims 100 mi minis HKI th" union hid acrepttd .1 n< t lint rait uhirh In in have and rule h ingi after the government obtained an injiinc tinn forbidding It Volunteer Training Plan Is Approved would tw thoritii.1 at Kan tort. Hutilunson K.is The two were among v f si aped from the 'tali p i on I'll in a lieal Ixliivd been planned It il Hnmn on 1 Intei in nnd Dietiifh in Chicago eiilv in It II r was slain bv FHI agi nts in Clncigo In Julv It" I Booby Trap Fatal To 15-Year-Old Boy (IV-Thr llollw toda) pissrd n iiinpronilsr hill lo build up u 70-rroup air forrr No dlssriit hriird to thr toler sotr. The tninprnmlsr draflnl lit foinmittrr after thr two branch- es of C hud dif- ferent MANSh H.I.U 0 m Wage in- iniisps ranging from five cents to 17'. cents for woikers of the attempted to Ohio Urass   have heen plunging the to fhe- Sltnall CAMBRIDC.K Brrnaid L Pe- ter son. 1'9. of Cambridge, went on til.il here toda> for the knife- slit ing list Dec 11 of his wife. J'> at the home of mother-in-law, neal The Jui> was sworn in shortly befoie noon and Immediately wat taken to the scene of the The ktate, represented by Prose- cutor Karl Hrnrt, Is expected to call its first witness this afternoon. Peterson, Indicted for ureond degree mimlrr. repre- ht Elsnorth svott and Dernier Aenru. In their oprnlne lo jiirt this innrnlnK thr> claimwl Prtrrsnn klllrd wlfr hiilehrr knlfr in the attack. Peterson end his own life by knife into his chest agieed on ht compant officials right times and thi Tinted Klectitcal V.ork. is The cise is being presented un.-jn Joe chiirman of the fnlf. Common Pleas Judge Howard conipint unit of the union nn- Kaught el tod it 111 X "i n i. n in this tosl ne-ilv V" IIMS Hut ilespiti bombings -abotige nnd thionts of t.oleme sonu- South K toted v.s te ilav 1 S occ upatioii officials reported pioudh toda} The J'Xl natioril nssemlilvmen tbet elect- d vv ill set W.ishhuine wa- known in Zanesville vther. he hid ap- peired is a lit Hirer h'-fcne v.inoiis nrginunlions the liM time being Apul luih when I.- iddre.si d jear-old nat.on number, of tin Ml Aiuund i lub at tin Ait InsiituK I he fust Hie elrc. vt.lun- old- to 11 i v e was tin- S( i v s ct mnnt e s.i it'- cioup is king on lition Chili Denies She Posed Nude for Artist th' the I'l .1 11 v ii' in Ait- T.arl IS ve.n I is n uimeisil ril iitm r.r.NKHAi. P.IKS 1 MOMOW in fed stnr T? 'i''l !odn> th" cieitn of Lt Soviet nit f.n mee the nf I'e vnr H.s len'h v as rie- su1 Irn tl i [ilHIl fen IH V. I limning as a inihtii v approv i cl iv bv Arni' d Th. unlit HV in mpowf i w hn h hi 1 vn m nn inn 1 A dnft of n n in temp fc> n u urn rt foi i e Tl niuiih c.l li.l IK i a leset ve 111 cl R sill) titule fesr LOs I KS I', Me.v.r ress Chill Uilliams sivs -he- rose in tl e nude1 for artist up Koieas di mo- government Moran s wife Mu i who Counting of ballots for ne.irlt for sepirate mainti ninre of 51 would avoid n longer two-tear l.fKH) candidates pit ce.tletl tediceiis- monthlt t.sti'.ed testi-rdav Ihit tmposctl on men 11 through Iv II Hint be sivcral da's befc re she walked into the Yl-viai o'd nil icsult, aie Inown artists stucfio one I >ut d _________ Wllllanvs nude and Mot.-u a'.tlr'd (H AKK IN TH AMKIIK A LI IVru 11" A violent llthei l i'." shook 1' P dep.n tmeit at a in Kastein stand time t.vlaj wage- men., i of tent said th. leu a an hour -uses rn unl ..id win II nnel olive rittle to deith in me! f cnn the p.ns and vi.imri All. ns-idth within fie strii'v.iid ntemg.d hinulv nuclei tfc old ctdil i nc I I -v nh 'he iii- I mon tn! P mi old- t ill Tin "decision to let tin olds tolunt.er for training IP- d nn earlier tievt that thei. be taken ht lot becau e thej 'I I o CIO P n Maich u'lion s il i! itr n nisi V, c, h is h> n on IT, m i rti'i ul> w lib thi ijen p i At ua r tin >hock onK in I wax fullv testified Cl ill 'horts It w.i> Like other (ir In northein Ch.le. jhnrf hi.' wns ktrong there, iihorti" d e Mr a.id   cur '-I 1. the -h.ie 1 of Uillnm f si el he had n lio'ln r  nearlv 10 .-r c lit the CIO Sti el- workers toelnv tnm which is due to sh one of th. m ijor pattir-- m 1940 wage minds American indust'-t HCIILsK TIlllNKIt IIII'-S I.OI H.I., Kt ell n Mik'I tuifmen h.i. 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