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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1946, Zanesville, Ohio                                Always First The Times Recorder Always Fair B2ND of Charter WEATHER: rain ZANESVILLE, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. H Pittsburgh Strike Is Suspended Mueller president of 1400 light and powei employes on strike here since 4am tociav rn d ladio address tomg1 t announce i suspension of the slrikt. and said service would be lestorfd as soon B-S possible Muellei head of the nde pendent association of Duquesne Light companv emploves made- the announcement after appealm- to thp public for support n th union's demand for s 20 ppr ceit increase He concluded his hripf h with ihe v orris It is with extremp plf is lie 'h 0 I anno ince the suspension of th> stuke Power Cut in Half lie 15 hour walkout had cut Duquesne s povei sup, Iv n half despite current received fiom othei suppliers and had closed Pittsburgh s public schools halted streetcar trinsporuuon and idled thousands of workers in industrial plants The strike suit waves of black sweeping over Pittsburgh to night as the power, companv sta, gcrtd service to domestic consurr eis in an effort to conseive cur ien- vitallv needed by hcspiti and othei top prroutv customprs Street lights in the Cole1'n Ill- angle were out riunng the c irlv peak hours of power consumption GM Makes 18lc Offer; UAW Rejects Dfc-rROn Fen I he CIO Lnited Auto todav scoin ed an Ih1- cents an houi wage increase offer from General Motors and Ln.on Vice Pies dent Willei p Peuthei sid the long st ke could last 'another two months if GM does not meet I AW de mands Rputher made th. statement al a. press conferen e tonight whch followed uron C Ms wag, boost Strikers Ratify Philly Agreement PHILADELPHIA Fcb strikers and the Phila- delph a transportation Com- panv tonight ritified an agree- ment ending a two-dav out which str ir gled transit fat 1 ties in the nation, thud largest cry Un on and nidnigement lep- le entatrves effected the ment a i five houi conference with Mavoi Bernard Samuels while Philadelpl ans to gpf to w ik and hack home th ough snai'ed traffic CIO Vets Go Traffic lam Follows Transit Workers Walkout g' U. S. Warns Nazis Live In Argentina teo 1J fl Ihe Lnited States warned tonight Nizusm lives on m Argen- now but s'long and awaiting future opportunity Fconomcally politically and culturallv said a sensa'ional staf depirtment bh bjo1- the mins. possess todav in Argentina a ba-e to rebuild then aggressive pn ei ruling the period when the homeland rs still occupied Pe report ehirgcs bluntly that tht situation was plottee m ad- vance, bv the Nazis with the. con rvaice of the present Argentine regime ind that tlip Buenos Aires government is insincere in its pro- testations that it adheres to the I nited Nations cause aid has moved against Fascis1 agents or itions and ictivities Based on Nan I'aprrv Ihe volumnous Ariel can find are baMd on Na? document bus M szssjs trolleys end subwav serv ce for approximately 3 OUCUAXJ person____________________ ud verified Then publication comes less than two weeks before the. Urgent ne presidential elec tion Bohn-Graham Group Wins Italy's Four First Round In Party War Colonies Are The board of elections veslerddy accepted a resolution UNO PrODlG of the Muskmgum Countv Demouatir Central committee announcing a change in the method of eloctmg committee memhpis, thus awaidmg first lound in the local Democratic thal the civil to the Bohn-Gidham faction Howevei members ot the oppos abrupt lejection of i1 Even if Gcnuil Motors offcis 13 unt rncreise recommenl ed by President Trum in s lac finding committee Reuthe sue the strike.b will not return to work unless General Motors igtecs io reinstate the un on oontnct which terminated In Deoembci Today s meeting marked the irst ti-nr f-M had gone ibovc its or Kiral 13 cent (12 pe cent) otlei and a corporation sj okesman csti mated the nc offer woald am Him. to TG17oOOOO a ve u foi the l J- (XX) production workers whc hnvi n rn on sink- s nee Nrn 21 IL .Uso narked the fust t nc had come within lauge nt >o d Motjr n pm s 18 cent oltei and the Chiv" C oiporition s cent off. both of which were ecceptecl bv the LAW BILNOSAIPrs reb Polit cal observers tonight inter preted a Um'ed States blue book accusing the Argentine gnvein- mpnl ot activelv cooperating with the is the most serious ir- riirtmc-nt evei made against an American republic They speculat td whethei its issuance might not ipiovnke a curtailment of diplo miitic relations between two countr es Reds Ask Jap Head To Quit Burner eber group an nounced the decision of the board was not acre p able and mdcaled f vsue might be brought befoi e the courts for on The resolution pissed al R meet inp of the central commit'pp last ___ announced the mten- Sannr Nosaki tion of the committee hereifter to munist p' elect commit.eemcn b> precmc's V) iairi to Big Four powers in Lurope were still divided on the question cf what to do with Inly s foui major pre wai colonies HP told hi news conference II it far as he knew Russii si 1! was opposed to the Arnincnn plan to appo nt a neutral admini- stutoi with an advisor v council in Tripolitarua Lyienaica Mtrea Itn'ian Somalilanri Th ad See Lausche COLLMBIS Feb 12 tW-A shouting but orderly crowd of CIO men mostlv war veterans a" manv on strike march, d two blocks to the state, house to dav dendedOov Frank J Lausche for rot them and d' manded a special legislative se sion to set up a soldiers bonus un- p m p 1 o v m e n t compensai on fo strikei- and provide home foi veterans The demon-tialicn follov e d a conference sponsored in a neaibv hotel bv the Lnited Fl. ctnca Radio and Mid mew or ker whicl adop'ed a resolution calling for support of a bill in Congress to raise soldiers pav fc r equal rights fo- Negroes and foi quick demo bihzation K M Kiikc.nd.ill Davton Democrat and coch-iiinan esti mated regstiaton and attendance at 480 from al puts of the stite 'Where's While speakcis we e de niir ding opening of the south dooi of tie state beciuse of the Lincoln s birthdav ho'idav and cillmg out where s L.iuSche Stite Auditor Joseph T came tr'cujrh the cro-vd to a sound truck and announced that he would rcp-esciu -h- sum o' Oh.o at the meeting H.rkendall had just welcomed the Kioup as ip parently the onlv r epi esenlativc of the stite hcie The crowd cheered Ferguson the onlv ci'hei elected Demeeiat in state government asserted 1 isked (jovprnoi Dausche io call a special session to cons )er a bonus and I will isk him ign n 1 urged former John Buck, r to give velerais tie right 'o vote and he sue] he mildn t unless vou jsed a black pencil Dont foiget t! at w> en vcn 11 c e n sideling a candidate, for tl r I "i Senate Bricker is seLkmg t K Pcpubli can nomination to the ite Boo Reference to Go.ernor Joe Kress of C 1 e v t 1 a n d a representative told the gather ng which boo. 1 1 is men tion of Cleveland as Lauscles po htic il bn thpli e r.oveinoi I ausc 1 e usi ri Io wrep on Ihe shoulders of mothers when then sons went to war Where (Turn to Last Please) Wins In Debate To InSUTG Its Legality LONDON, Feb linted NRtions assembly voted unanlmousl> tonight for an in- vestigation of the European p-oblem after reject ing three Russian proposals for restricting political activi ties of individuals in displaced pei sons camps Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt of tht Amencan delegation led the fight against the propo-ed lestrictions whicn Soviet Vice Commissar Andiei VishinsKv insisted weie necessaii to pte vent Fascist collaborator s frnrr r-Mjing a call to treason in refugee camps British Had Warning Of lap Attack Congressional Peirl Harbor tigators heard todiv that riayi before lhe Japanese autnonties m Hawaii got from a British sEC-et igen' wni was imminent The testimony camr fiom Col Henrv C Clauspr wlo he based it on affidavits he WASHINGTON Feb high official said tonight that a steel price increase had been f xed oeinK delayed bv StabiluM John C Colletts insistence that the government insure its legality PS first resismg the genera! wage- price policy However L S Steel Corporation should have word of the pucp in- creasi repoitedly aiound a ton tomorrow it was stated The ddmmis-tiation is convinced the prue is enough to seltlement of the strike of 750000 CIO Lrn'ed Steel said this offuul who mav not but who has figured in month old wage price ontrovrrw. Ine steel price directive ex- pec tid to be i sued over Collets s r.natur> nthough he is reported due 'o leave his post u tli n o or II IPC davs Bowlri Gets Job AOmnislidtcn Chester Bow- JVL les is slated to replace him as head of thp o'fice of stabilisation ad- mmi-tiatoi uHh increased au- inves four tuke thoritv to, word that the and White rfo nR so that ths llecalitv of the steel ducctive might It ,f ,t were issued m caid col )n thp overall applicablp to industry r v -.1 ini'Uin oijiiiniuoii" I-eh mlnlhUatl0n would be under published charges today fo former Sccretarv of tncrnllN Stimson in a supplemental'- stiternent des gned war nquirv into the disaster of {hp pn( c lme to set- Dec 19H tlermnt of w disputes still vvas iiusen said a message sent uv wr Uon toright and Collet the British from Manila to Hivvar ,0 tako responsibility for 3 r ceived during the night ot [inrp until it wai Uc( 1041 It dis ussed the Jap rovements in the l aciric pau] A Por er now chairman of ic1 Federal Commume ations Com- I, ,s nu, cnsilered op n.on thil In an envisages earlv host 1. 'Turn to Page_____ tics with Britain and the lhe Inited Slate s Hit message Clausen said went to oi (.rforge W Bicknell of tic intelligence staff of Maj Gen e C sho-t armv commander in Hawaii Me tubers laah A sharp dish between D mo cral nnd Repuhh in commit IPC members todnv (nlvimrl the Haibor mvt sligition r-uixfktNf 1-eb 1? M Chiang Goes Thr ough With His Pledge Com r that feudalis- foues ir Japan prej irit ions to rise trustrcshlp with the coloni'i get ting complete independence in 10 Riots Flare In Calcutta CMC 1 1A aw British n Baseball Fans Please Note The limes Recorder is happv ,o Rnnounc- that it nab mide arrangements with Ralpl le ters business manager ot in- Zanesville Dodfers fci a diarv of his trip to the Brooklyn Dodgeis' training camp it Sin ford Flor da which began last Friday night Pe.ers expects to be m Smford for 10 days dur mg which time he will attend of the business mnna gers of 'h" Brooklyn farm elibs Pncl ilso ge 11 hm l the talent that will be available for the Iocs! tnttv in the Oh.o State league this season Amnm, the playeis who have reported at Sanford is Maynard DeVVitt centerfield flash of the im Dodgeis Peters roommate is that baseball immortal George Sisler who is well known here The fust instalment of Peters diary appear on the sport page this morning Late, ones will appeal leceved m The Times Reco.dei on weekdays and in The Time Signa' on Sundays >eb Ihe u, mi.tnl law in C il ittrt tonic nl mov ng tanks and tioeps into thi c itv 10 quell ot ,nc in whi h 11 persons have h en k lied and 170 injured including 18 I S soldiers nd -I) olicemen in the last two As Announr np marl i noi R G C i a hiondc ist If the UOOTS aie mpe de d m U ,11 effoi' to restore oidei ann to opt n ui .Olds to icnial trifle thev vi 1 use then v e i, jns lhe r ots I vrs'r-liy when Ind ins mostlv Mos ems rr >t sted the seven veil sentence o' a Mos em otf cer of the Japmesc spon soiul India Nit onal A-mv Io Uv the disorders spre id to Bon hav in 1 New Delhi horn Cil H" second citv n t'e Bnt e m p i e instead of bv wards and townships incrcismg the nunbei of commi if he his anv sense men fro n 31 10 1M Ot rc spoils oihtv shoul i ibdicate fron U to Pl oncp because of h s w ir le adcr Slutp In Filed sh ln tnp proviice of spirit A slate of c and dates under Js-os lka UIote in the newspaper this system was filed by the Bohn al ,cic Graham fact, ,n whik the oppos Nosaka reiu, n ed PXllP M l t nB n f 1111 a ,rg group had filed 11 c-uididates "nrSL ,alt> 1, nder unaei the old svstim and we e lp poverrment formed consequentlv out of the termination of the w u are rice j m-dcmocritic he cledired The Ihe Bu nei fact on had j, strucuirc remains as objected to the rrsolut on claming ,t ]s These goveinmenls ind bu- ll was no a legal nstiument and a e trying to prevent 01 WR.S idopted bv less than a quorum 1r) siou joun thr den-niiat.e re of comm ttce nembers Argumrnts N0iution Iv all means ho h fo and against had been pie si nteri to the boird at two pr" vunis sessions ves'eidnv s meeting the bond inquired if either id. had 'urthe. t guments to present that might iffe ct the decision The question He my Cimeron b ard member said is whether the if. on of the comnittee was SecretalJ Of the Interior Ickes to- Prevn, Waf th'J Veenngm day called a spe, al p.e, confe, pointing out that minutes showencc fo, il 30 a m ton orrow fum to Page Please) He did nol indicate the reison h A ,n btf arf.rpt ,h( L p.oposal novidmg Fnnee and 'lussia also .e.vic Press Awaits Ickes' Word VvAbHINGlON Fcb 12 Bvrnes said This would rcqune Ilnlv 0 nc future Big Four seitle- ir the colon es and thus would postpone arv f nal disposi to tion o' them Rumiia Vkantu So far as he knew Bvim- ss d Russia hot id for sile Sov   C. i, W L close to the President are predic ing his removal in a few days Ickes testified 'hat Edwin W Pauley the Presidents nominee for undersecretary o' the Navy made him the rawest propostion he ever 000 in Democratic campaign contr could be obtained fiom Caifoima oil men if a suit on Judge Blames Parents In Youth Delinquency enei Indonesian demands rjf f ini'j niencp fiom Dutch co loi in! i it openerl iv between ictmg nvcrnoi CcnernI Hubertus I Van Mook of Ihe Netherlands list Indies md P-.mier Sutan Sjahr l rf the unri nesl in re public Sir Archirnli C' Ken il British envnv conferred sepir rttelv with both leaders but did not attend th" formal talk' lhe British embassy said lhe ri seussirns had beg i i- a fr end- y a mosphere ith Van Mook ir I Sjahnr discussing the Dutch offe r of domin on stat is One high But sh official sain prospecls for settlement surpnsmglv good and an Indo- nrsian spr krsm in said ho v-. as verv hopeful about the Dutch offer Ar Allied communique mean whk said Indonesurs had cut s water supply and had fired on Dutch civilians evacuat mg the. Ch nese quarter of tie city killing one and wounding an other This he d'd toriav through the council art now must tal-en hi various authorities who mist le rind or amend war time restrictive mensures they have been enforcing Tlie council acted as Chungking showL'' preoccupation w th the situation in Manchuria Private reports circulated today that the Russians were buildinz bai racks in Manchuria bolstennR rumors their wtihdrawal wouH not be compleler1 be'cre the end of Mav al the earliest arri.ng at Tipntsm from Manchuria snid vestetday otices posted in the pnn- VVPrc trpal eitles of Mukden Changchun and Horhln 'Pt lunr 1 as the with- date i ANOLIE, Feb Juvenilp ludge A A Sco CIP herf tneir rMldren again th. te ouarters of the U0rld_whc.her ,t be eaUcd com cuincula l sm ct the The Weather muni rt-wruther it be called com cuimula ,es of some Liu lsn fascism social sm c. 'he ons undcr ]P3ders we 'vrne cm m nt e annther form of special privi- i __ m r-oilpH nisn T jn "and'so ia., OHIO Cloudy and mild cnsionil ram tuinmg to M colder Tl S m n m in m 12 Noon 2pm 4 p n fi p m R I n 0 p rn 2 Vleli iRh np O'Dwyer Revokes His Closing Order b judge rpmarks made farP temptations 41 ,1 bv Ration Information (By AiiCKlatrf! welfare Mi'e p t h ol 1 cis bpe n, x% llui R inv more than they can tolerate b May measures By terror campaign Po'itical tyianny Or am O Dwyer re he explained, he meant any steps Therefore the concept of free or wni am u ij h h shut down necessary to make dom must mc.ude sovernment reg vokrtI th Border which of i A thHt 'once more ulation of economic life But n ail nut. Hoover and nen are to remain free then gov- tual y face a cii'is m tree n n a nnf rtlcUU Or oper- than we gd-ied and vlr- the .erlousw o f A now five "nds Feb 2T Allotment is one nft (one Mth one quart or nts) of whlskev us HMent two-week period Ru eoiriial. brandy whiskfy ommunity plan to the Non Sectarian Cltizeni In tnd lnflu it may dictate life It must Taf t Sees Hope In GOP Party Rule KANSAS Cin >eb 12-UV Pdurn of the Republican partv to power is the only way to achieve American principles of freedom ind sound government Senator Robert A Taft (R-Ohio) sad 
                            

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