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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Nf A AP 84TH 262 MARCH 9, 1948 FIVE CENTS Prints the News Tells the Truth 1 6 Injured at Crossing Photographer Don Dorant reached the night's tal accident on State street before the and obtained this remarkable set of IB which one person was killed and six is shown crushed against crossing LEFT ABOVE from 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 RIGHT gineer E- C- Love helps Elva Hargar from wrecked At the hospital it wac laid that she sustained serious RIGHT Louise 35. is shown she was placed on ambulance Draft Boards Ky. lon F. state director of the office of Selective Sen ice World War said today draft boards are being to meet any The program Col. Rnasell and was ned a matter of for future We are it op on he could start operating on 24 eral bid OL The state director said former for top place OH the board members over Kentucky can ticket even as Stassen Face Test Today WASHINGTON have been contacted for possible service that got a did r ri t- t- 4- 5 More Dillon Funds Sought Engineers Carry Request to Senate to The Gen. R. A. chief of army today asked the Senate appropriations com- to add two million lars to the House approved appropriation of one million dollars for construction of the Dillon dam and near Zanesville during the next fiscal If Wheelers request would raise the Dillon figure for- the next fiscal year to the full HELSINKI Finland picked -a delegation today by President Truman in his an- for the Moscow talks on a is available but will not actively budget treaty of friendship the presidency caught Gen Wheeler mutual a government GOP by increase by four member It pot the five-star dred thousand dollars the House Government quarters said appropriation for the Muskingum expected the negotiations to begin The House on or about March 20. The for these man Finnish delegation will and Gen. Wheeler's re- headed by Premier Mauno quest was for restoration to There was no indication figure recommended by President whether special technical advisers 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 cratic Deploring the U.S. supreme court's banning religious education in public members of the Zanesville cil of Christian Education today joined the Ohio Council of Churches in a counter move to continue such work in the Rev. E. C. pastor of the First Church of Christ and chairman of the com- of the local religious said the plan would about their The ruling be announced j does not apply to private schools operated by ous Superintendent some clergymen expressed the belief today that the religious education program should be continued here until some issue is raised The high in its decision late held that the school systems may not be usec to aid or assist religious groups in furnishing instruction Finn Delegation Has Leftist Cast hours apart in Tokyo as overshadowed day's New Hampshire the first actual for gates to the national party con- hi Today's vote is test of strength between Gov. Dewey and Harold E. MacArthur's message saying he Four Ohio Revenue Offices Criticized by U.S. Inspectors of Schools Donald Summers withheld com- ment today pending study of the supreme court's Clergymen here expressed belief that religious education is essential to child and that if teachings are banned in the schools some other method must be devised to reach this Members of Zanesville's tive committee of the council on religious education were in Two Serious After Passenger Train Strikes Car in Accident Mrs. Betty Campbell 24, of 826 Park mother of two was killed and her six companions were in- jured shortly after 3 o'clock this morning when their mobile was struck by a westbound B. O. passenger train at the State street Mrs. Campbell died a few minutes after being admitted to Good Samaritan Injured Mn. of 1135 Lee severely cut and to the The majority of Finland's parties have expressed opposition to a military alliance with Of the three represent mentary groups which have gone on record against an arms If the senate approves the in- creases now recommended by the the total waterways gram for the year beginning next July 1st be more than This figure includes amounts for projects added by the house which not in tne Lt. Gen. chief of told a senate upon the makeup of the subcommittee the delegation at a meeting this after- are minimum which Finland's foreign enable the continued Carl J. A. a ful of the projects in- is vice-chairman of the He speaks Russian and has The provides a of practically all 000.000 for next recent delegations ai 30 per cent more than was voted the for work but a 20 per Premier Pekkala is a memoer cut in Mr Truman's budget of the Socialist Union which for next affiliated with the Communists Finland's WASHINGTON internal revenue bureau came under sharp fire of the House appropriations com- The committee said the political patronage f federal tax should be recommendation was a providing funds for the treasury and postoffice 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 It posed a total of 5L981.722.330 in The supreme Allied cash in Japan named no party in his Of the treasury would announcement that he would or a 5.6 percent cent public duty to and the postoffice on wm might be by the American 250. or a 1.1 percent take over on May 1. it was an- The president had 5306.981.- today But his statement note of 700 for the treasury and Df the fact that his name has been for the postoffice who is manager of entered in the Wisconsin Majestic theater m lican next said today that he will remodel general in the positive candidate along with Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of Xew Senator Robert A. Taft of former Gov. Harold E. Stassen of and Gov. Earl Warren of North Theater Leased Lou veteran Columbus theater has taken a i lease on the Imperial theater Miss Elva 32, of 812 last night at the YMCA severe bade when word of the court's ruling chest was received The problem Louise 35, of 154 was discussed but no formal cuts and tion Mrs. Sophia Dallas 22. At Bishop H- of 904 Hall severe bruises Miss Frances 22. of 242 Gray cuts and Warren Derwood 21. of 603 Howard of the cuts on Miss Hargar Mrs. Broise in senous Miss is in Good Samaritan hospital while Mrs. Broise is at Miss Hoffer also is a patient at Good Samaritan hospital while the others are receding treatment at their The all employes of Glass company Plant 2 on Ridge had attended a household brush demonstration at the home of a friend on wood after which they ter superintendent of the Ohio Area of Use Methodist called the decision The bishop said the ruling seemed favorable to the atheistic position and tic to The Rev. Donald of executive secretary of the Franklin County Council of Churches and former super- intendent of the Zanesville area of Methodist com- is strange that the ruling would favor an atheist in a Christian It goes too far and make necessary an almost of legislation Betty Campbell of 858 Park who was in 10 days the general The session de- a to GOP headquarters in Turn to Fage 11. Seek Companions Of Slain Sailor Critical the theater completely and install reports on the seats opening as which will specialize day by a house in the showing of first run The were made in Columbus and i Findings and in handling tax collection receipts in The historic which bailt 75 years under the name of the Schultz Opera was leased today from the Schnltz estate through its Hamilton to eel accepted practices into at a cafe on South where they met also a Bowers said they went next to a Putnam and that he was taking the women to their re- homes when the fatal cident MOSCOW The driver told B. O. todav thg states is Waiter Komgan that he oia a western power hear the train whistle or ths Three women are employed in the public schools to teach religious principles to fourth and fifth Turn to Page Soviets Protest Europe Division Bulletins Chinese New Drug Cures Boy of Infection bu negotiations proved the idea of a military SHANGHAI A been dark for ammunition dump exploded at CHICAGO and A high official in the Toledo of- 5pverai Tsingtao leveling a investigators today sought witn or no Inc reopened the block and causing 230 of revenue by theater and transferred its An estimated 100 were A income tar division chief in pictures Loop with an Indifferent Mr. Holieb has been in the and poor ater business since Be- The Charles N. KoHer fore the Clay Workers Await Steel Wage Pattern 4- li BALTIMORE old boy lay critically ill in hsm hospital He suffered a skin eruption uith a infection that ordinarily lead to Doctors administered doses of the wonder drugs streptomycin CHICAGO in the end They did nof brick and day industries will de- They called Johns Hopkins pend the pattern set by steel f tal physicians who have been ex- a official said with a powerful today If The Steel Workers an Hopkins injected agreement with the form of a white Ing Arthur naegel of his Three American Federation of eruption and Ke was will oe to But if agree as brick to the industry V In to died without re- An assistant cashier th consciousness several hours Cleveland office stubborn ater at after he was found under the attitude which impedes fire Both of legs were fractured and The dated from Nov 21. he aiso suffered severe 1946. to Feb 20. 1947. have private up to They seeking an ex- by revenue planation of the young seaman's bureau district comments mace oy the bureau's accounts and Cfl Dis- Coast Guard officials plan he managed an use helicopter in ice-breaking operations on the Great Lakes for to f if it warning bells at the Xo watchman is on duty there from 11 p. m. antil 7 a. nor the crossing equipped with flasher to warn ing of such pre- cautions have been the subject of discussions in city ever since Tie called attention to the need almost a year Councilman said a western power scheme to divide Europe and in- crease military strength in many for aggression against In a note to thg Britain and Russia de- clared the western powers are ing to build up military in the Ruhr so as to western Europe into a strategic base for American imperialism ui the purpose of aggression the O. railroad against the first this i Another Atomic Discovery Revealed death a search for a girl identified as Gloria and two Bailors with whom Holler was seen in a 3H otes before be was Jackie R. 19. of who was stationed Holler Great naval of at trat Europe and tne and They agreed that artificial m tie bowing from on duction of a be Similar studies were made in 60 science got off to an exciting d i r i c t s with man the mighty which bureau's have been by over fcr a a notable Germany Two high officials of the can war crimes prosecution staff returned to Nuernberg safely today after 27 in tbe custody of armed Roman within the pied zone of Stafford install a flasher sible to inate a watchman altogether at tbe Council did not con- sent to he and the road had promised to a here for a conference on subject several months but he not yet shown up street has the of least previous a oi Roy a Reorder The note was made tart night at a RoMian said it was de- livered It did not say what action the government tends to take on its tion of The Soviet rejected a reply to an earlier Russian test a recent three sower conference T. London on That the note agreement of Girl Breaks Leg For 15th Time Wilfrid theater 1- 194S. to to United CLEVELAND has broken a leg for the The first fractured a when 20 months Old as and the she was learning to Last had two broken e in July one in e family doctor c she KM her complaint The fracture occurred a public school bus to Sunbeam for Crippled Children ou her from hsr IP Pay is set at to 2. s on The testified he a tern to set T. about 20 the sailor than 13 Police the sailor the found 25 feet he would landed had he representatives of IT major brick from the fire refractories the eastern at Great Grain Take center they are con- ducting an independent of laboratory for the announced by Dr. O fanned and B Fisk re- of atomic energy The potent which may the way the standard Write in Urged for Ohio in ho occupied the right side of the rear re- the full impact of the crash There were the front seat and four in the m western ley not that area liquidate i- the Cloudy and Colder Springfield during a performance ly after ied at 54. write in the general's name about on the Turn to 8.
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