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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1948, Zanesville, Ohio THE ZANESVILLE SIGNAL Associated Press NBA ZANESVILLE OHIO TUESDAY MAY 11 1948 FIVE CENTS Prints the News Tells the Truth TRUCK DRIVER KILLED IN 3-WAY CRASH Operating as Court Bans Strike 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 was when bi- as premier of Lithuania left is a hand in Newark N J earing rails and is mica fot radio right I he who worked a farm hand in England to earn for his passage here last There was a war I need 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 Cent Wage Boost WASHINGTON Army Royall boss of the railroads under inent operation aid today he will name a ment advisory to help him run them imported to a news con- ference the roads aie operating In normal fashion Ban- against ment of as livestock and fiesh lifted Most put on such bans last week-end because of the tilled thiee foi Ga m local road time todat While Hovall was talking with at the Pentagon ing of three unions weie holding their own news con- ference at a downtown hotel The main points thet made I a wane the of n rail Arthur J president of thr union that the court h thr stopped a seizure of thr roads not stopped a trike 2 ITii aie looking now to Pittsburgh Man Held for Investigation I Accident Occurs In Dense Fog Near Trinway Frederick I svas killed uhrn hi truck shown at left collided with the truck shown at right Clarence link of Thr accident occurred an 16 two nf Congress to Get Farm Message Ul Thr irim Indus thr cap- of the fortified tillage of on linr from Trl At it In ill SALEM It- Jews claimed todat in the to open i ir Jt Aviv linr Jewish com- smashed Ar ib tance list night in the Bal El V td then over the 1 I to wipe out Ills militia ers ii in behind the commandos used I and to root jr nn ng out of hillside rs along tho w mountain l Tel the III Out r Arab I i o the rs b I a t r d a series nf stone rn rs thr at Hi if th mil s wist C are set lit muting toil it I n inline i i s h id n ie mU fin d it t i Ir ai it the lilt loi 100 MM lews m i ill in anil lews havi foi of the wish spokesman said first i out nt in time weeks 1 this the I fiom ilem to lei v He added that a fond i- to held lorn lioni coastal I nut lull il Ci d ted i fiom I md Jewish to con- into a icase fin to bv the Jews Hid exists m the Holt lie British relinquish thin mandate at -I t Armco Cuts Prices Of Steel Products MOSCOW VP Announcement that Russia and the United States have expressed readiness to Jry to patch up their quarrels created excitement among the Russian people fire today American observers here attached great significance nnd These to the development The press and radio gave wide to thi development out comment Thr announced the United States had suggested a meeting lo discuss the state of Kin and that Ru sia had accepted DETROIT CIO United Auto todat set Wednesday foi n Chrysler Strike Due Tomorrow The Russian people appealed to welcome the news that the Soviet government views the de- sire of the government of the USA of Corp fruitless While negotiation to these relations These jn the absence of a wage demand I for n settlement Among other management ore out of the picture 3 They hold considerable rese ment because of the government s moves said Now ment knows that evert time get In a dog fight the government will step in and act a Alvanley Johnston i hief of the engineers said the union men made concessions m the Ions weie the words of the Tass News s of Russia's mint to U S W Be- dell Smith WASHINGTON 111 President Tinman said tod it the bid to Soviet Fort foi detent and between the two no new In Ami l ic in Its put pose Ml Tinman slid in i statement was to make il thit the I mil d no hostile 01 designs with to the Soviet Union Thr statement did lint thr of Ambassador Bedell Smith to 4 hr an pre- for discussion and nf twern the two I lie two mam points of the statement ht Smith Ml I i union these 1 The policies of the I m national questions hive been made in lecent months and weeks I In v have the support of th I Hint of the Ann l n in will con- to be and d On the hand this wishes to make it ch ni that the United Mills has no hostile or designs with to the SOM t Union In a 11 st iti merit 11 Soviet t mon is to pursue a of pence nnd cooperation with the I lilted settlement Meanwhile government tors talks with compant and union negotiators In efforts to head off n strike of workers in plints Norman R al director the hour for the strike with II to reach an said the union would until G 10 p m EM tonight when the UAW representatives must report to the union's national lonfert nee called to meet on n basis to re- nnt offer or map strike Matthews did not rule out the of further with following the union report tonight to the Chairman At Ohio State Dies things he said agreed to rec Turn to 9 Union Hotel Defies Strikers ill president Truman laid plans to send congress n message his hope wil put the farm vole in the Democratic column ber But Republican farm leaders on nu Capitol Hill they ready are at work on the thing the Is to long range agricultural program I dn not nee in the picture a eial on thr said Chairman Capper of thr Capper issued a statement ly after It became known Mr man will send a farm message to congress this week The word came from Senate Democratic Leader of Wants To Honor Roosevelt vi III tie to create a to honor the Intr lit Klein a todat hr In- an urr week Klein said u the name of the lati president amour rr it tenure of office Hirer three of fourth term The department to nil Hint major I in are rare A Cleveland truck driver was killed instantly shortly o'clock this in a truck crash m heavy on route 16 two miles north of Trinway patrolmen said that J Christman 30 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 into the side of H truck hv Harold W Johnson of Columbus link brine held in for in tion with thr fatal he planned to the this Patrolmen said died although his body wat pinned In the truck cab nnd wat not for some time after Fink sustained right wrist while Johnson the other escaped unhurt patrol raid a tank truck ROME operated Albert Wolfe of d todat as th traveling east nnd had leading contender for the stopped at n concrete dency of the new Italian republic bridge on the highway to Barring truck which was his election Is expected tonight to through first backed bv the dominant Johnson pulled truck Christian Democratic party is a political Independent He is budget and governor of the Bank ol On the billot of a Joint session of the Seriate and Chambe Banker Has Edge In Italian Voting Former Dillinger Mobsters Paroled eel bv live Engneeis reported todat It was continuing to normal service despite a M F Wilbur manager porters ers remained on the job when the walkout The striking union the API gram Building Service is ing a union shop and to last Not lof a retent hourK boost Pickets manned In front of the I old the involved in who with three other retired Anderson went NEWPORT Ind HI Two for- the matter with the mei of tin nee at a White mus John lulling I gang afternoon ed to life lit 10 teal i no details But availed tin ir reinse of Anderson said from the Citt stat the ser k an on on Carl U count t he In- that U alter Chirk In Ihr hank at Clinton Ind Dec 16 HUH hatr hren ht the Indiana stair aid the told him be i pleased on condition he go to St but remain under the jurisdiction of In that event he maintains Mr pirole He said Truman could tell the farmers his c tried to get a ure for them but the Republicans did nothing about it ill T h e in villi hotel lit to force the Brotherhood of 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 of the and because of the split in the s maids elevator called farm bloc oter the tooks and margarine Issue Anderson has in- he expects no action this session farm In a thr tanker liiK to the patrol but Fink rd both and met The accident a short distance from the John K 01 Deputies farm Mrs Graham said ton I his was far short of the beaid the crash but was unable lo two-thirds margin for anything of the eli it ion on of the fust three ballots However the constitution Sheriff and If the first three ballots Deputy Frank Mattey went to tho aie a simple majority scene along with state patrolmen on the fourth The Christian Traffic was snarled for about Democratic support gate in each direction before more than n simple of th wreckage could be cleared from OOO votes of the two houses sfora for of thr C from thr laot after ii of and two The Christian then support to uho hid a of on Ihr first two nt iU who had the support of was removed to the funeral home at Guernsey County Killer on Trial the popular front had heen ahead on the first billot De Nicola tins announced his wish to retire Bulletins released to s Cut J N 41 ill oi tod iv reductions 1 lion Hi an- d yi ff Mlv U is on which prites wire oil per ton unhide el told t H l nld P HI noil i old she ts told 10 n in i ling snips in- nn ilv el p HI in n n i in s ml Mi h production t H the for stul i ifti r veiv careful 1 vi det to on of our products In the to ul I e oil iv an- 500 Slam in Korea s First Free Election the Ohio died tod iv He suf fend a heirt attack while waiting to speak to thr alumni at the bus of fini aits A native of Dr d the Ohio Mate in H ns n I in He of i Inok Im- of the tion of Justice in the Unite n Arm i it an Colonn d in nnd of in Chicago Stockyard Strike Is Averted onse to visiting at the I r ndio Moscow snid the of in and Ohio MI t 1 rt r-ii i ril in n Sll ID 1 Di fil of the railroad strike threat of being State unfair to thi union One sign read Up not he the of labor hut hire are Johnston is of the Brotherhood of locomotive A whose strike for higher n was called olf Chicago averted last night four hours before tin 12 01 i m sink dr 1 Finnk Mon of 11 CIO I i on 100 mi minis HKI th union hid 1 t lint rait In in have and rule h ingi after the government obtained an tinn forbidding It Volunteer Training Plan Is Approved would tw at Kan The two were among v f si aped from the tali p i on I'll in a been planned It il on 1 in nnd in Chicago in It II r was slain bv FHI agi nts in In It I Booby Trap Fatal To Boy toda n hill lo build up u air No to thr toler sotr The lit after thr two es of C hud ferent MANSh 0 m Wage in- ranging from five cents to 17 cents for of the attempted to Ohio have heen plunging the to L ter son of Cambridge went on here for the slit ing list Dec 11 of his wife at the home of mother-in-law neal The was sworn in shortly noon and Immediately wat taken to the scene of the The ktate represented by cutor Karl Is expected to call its first witness this afternoon Peterson Indicted for degree ht Elsnorth svott and Dernier In their lo this in the attack Peterson end his own life by knife into his chest on ht compant officials right times and thi Tinted is The cise is being presented Joe of the Common Pleas Judge Howard unit of the union Kaught el tod it 111 X i n i n in this V IIMS Hut bombings nnd of South K toted te 1 S occ officials reported The tbet d vv ill set wa- known in Zanesville vther he hid is a lit Hirer the liM time being Apul when d number of tin Ml i lub at tin Ait I he fust Hie elrc to 11 i v e was S i v s ct e is king on Chili Denies She Posed Nude for Artist th the 1 11 v ii in IS I is n ril iitm 1 in fed stnr th of Lt Soviet nit mee the nf v as Irn tl i fen IH V I limning as a v approv i cl iv bv Arni d Th unlit HV in i w hn h hi 1 vn m nn inn 1 A of n n in temp n u urn rt foi i e Tl IK i a leset ve 111 cl R sill 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s gun wi s t li fii t e if e touched the I i ne in I d u d lift his home hv i window to disc th gun Allin i hargi against wen nn that the m- e their annual production 10 c lit the CIO Sti workers tnm which is due to sh one of th m m 1940 wage minds American Kt ell n o b tl oldest i in t I Stites died at Ins home hric Cloudy and Cooler 1 l S m Silvio P miles ith of here lie foi i er publisher of the him Italian II lei -nd in l he in died II were 11 ir land thr pape I Ill 111 tl liere lie nee 11 t s iRo ten s of fie a p ni m lie OHIO Shown and us inns s nn I his D ill dm ihle n v littered f Ie 1 ul r o il s i p M Own An Is no nason should not own in bile when ton have such a fine made available tn ton dat ht the field section of The Signal and Times will find inv make of oi wis to n I f M Ads Temperature Here Advances to 86 The advanced to In downtown Zanesville this after- noon to match s high The at the pal leached the sime as s top mark Kails todat U dropped to Vv but moved up Iv 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