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Mansfield News Journal (Newspaper) - January 25, 1947, Mansfield, OhioI r cab gets City s plea for trunk line air service weather occasional rain tonight. Sunday Cloudy and some v. Colder. Mansfield news journal vol. 62, no. 324 Telephone 4251-6 Mansfield Ohio saturday jus Tilary 25, 1947 pc i n Torl press Price five cents Kalis enters innocent plea steel peace assured to april 30 Empire contract Extension waited move tinted As pattern for Cio 12 area forego Portal suits cab gets City s plea on Airles electrical Auto workers l trunk Lino air service for chiefs Confer following Lansfield any still _ _. T months away. The civil Aero Surprise steel truce Nautis Board took under and Empire steel workers of local 169, awaited word today from the Central Union office to extend the local contract the company in Accord Ance with yesterday s big steel agreement. The contract with Empire expos mar. 1. Washington today the City s Appeal for East West North South major airline flights no decision is expected for several months. The Board s examiners had recommended Only a North South feeder line service for the City s class v Airport one of the finest labor peace in the steel Indus and safest in Ohio. Try until april 30 was assured yesterday w Ith agreement by the Cio United steelworkers to a 75-Day Extension of its 194g contract with the United states steel corporation. The Cluj sold was part of he Grear lakes area Case involving 40 applications by airlines for new or additional routes most of the proposed new serv i ices Are in Illinois Indiana William f. Bell staff represent Gan and Ohio but some proposed Lalive of District 24. United steel routes extend into Wisconsin. Iowa workers of America said that Nebraska Missouri Kentucky Empire steel has been presented Tennessee. Arkansas Pennsyl with the proposal and that it was More or less agreed upon that big steel would set the pattern for negotiate own on v forego Portal suits. Vania and West Virginia. A Board examiner has recommended that Only 10 of the 40 applications be granted the Board May approve these applications change them deny Boll added that he understood i them or Grant other applications the Extension was made because i that the examiner of the Portal to Portal suits 15 lines would now filed against companies i serve Mansfield throughout the country. He said that the companies must find out i applications by major lines to Sene Mansfield been tamed their liabilities under the Portal 41 c Down by the examiners and the to Portal system before final decision now rests with the Board. Mayor Rov w. Vaughn return ing from cab hearings in Washington yesterday said that at least three major airlines and from 12 to tick turns one and one half ton truck loaded with steel turned Over following a two truck collision yesterday at the intersection of is Trimble roads. The spectacular crash which seriously injured William t. Brown 18. Of Richwood demolished both trucks knocked Down a Utility pole and brought Down Power lines Union caused a grass fire on the Lawn of a nearby House. George Rizier. Of Bucyrus r. 0. 1, Driver of the truck shown above was not injured. Brown was the dryer of Eliot Eicr truck not shown and was knitted unconscious by the Impact of the Collis Rizier ram bored out of the overturned Emlund despite the crushed cab was unharmed deputies wit Nesses testified that firn was Drix ing on trim Hie Road and collide it ill Ruck of the intersection. In Isip crash was Weldon Neith of Tib a in truck. He was Iron Lornt at Cen eral Hospital. of run a about 30 in Pluto Driver badly declared sane injured when he faces two truck up ends murder counts spectacular crash occurs at intersection of Trimble Spring Mill roads. William Richwood Thomas was in Brown. Serious is of Condi to 33 feeder lines Are seeking to wages. He said that All 12 steel unions in the District including those in Mansfield Ashland Shelby and not to file Portal to Portal suits. The Extension of big steels serve Mansfield collective bargaining contract by he said that att c. H Henkel the United steel Woi Kors was the one of five mans fielders to attend basis today for speculation in labor the hearings presented the City s niches that other Large Cio unions Case to the Hoard wednesday plan to follow a similar pattern i each representative of some 70 labor leaders attached Consrd-1 municipalities was allowed 10 min Erable significance to a secret meeting in Pittsburgh Between president Walter Reuther of the service. Automobile workers. President Albert j. Fitzgerald of the United electrical workers and Cio pres ident Philip Murray who also Heads the steel workers. Utes to outline reasons Why it should have major feeder line air other extensions loom. Wenle officials of the big three labor unions declined comment on meeting Union chieftains said they believed Reuther and Fitzgerald were summoned into the special meeting to discuss con tract Extension in the automobile and electrical Industry. Vaughn said that Henkel stressed Mansfield s National scope industries As one of the a j o r reasons for needing to Kline As Well As feeder serv ice. He said while the City requires North South service. Too. Its most vital need is for East West trunk line service to connect with new York. Pittsburgh and Chicago. Area 180.000 population Henkel pointed up the fact that the steel workers Union sex Mansfield serves a trading area tended their collective bargaining a population of and contract with the five u s. Steel i is inc Cut a a 2o mile radius. Besides Vaughn and Henkel other Mansfield representatives at the hearings were City solicitor subsidiaries until apr l 30. Murray said he hoped other companies contracts exp be around feb 15 would agree to an find Farmer s Frozen body j in body of James Lafever 81 year old retired Farmer who had been missing since monday was found pcs Terlaj on the Banks of the to Komg River Here. Lafever had been the subject of an intensive Seaich since he disappeared from his Home Here monday. The body was found he his son in Law Foster Auten of Mansfield. So your landlord s in on you mils arc on the Way up. How Many and How far up opa us nol prepared today to say. The boosts will come under hardship 1 provisions intended to help poor Landrt pocket books a a suffering from ceiling pains the Neui Riei Vas announced jes Ter Day by maj. Gen Philip b Fleming director of the office of temporary controls of their wage pacts until Leslie k. Wagner John april 30. Chamber of Commerce Secretary the steel workers chieftain manager and Alan Tappan. Of the said we understand some of the problems confronting manage ment such As their unc Ertah As 1o liability in Portal to Portal suits Murray said the request for Extension was made by vice presi Dent John a. Stephens of big steel management and labor met for Forral negotiations. Tappan stove company Are sleeping pills a menace in Mansfield excess use of sleeping pills has become one of the nation s most alarming health prob lems lust How far the misuse of these drugs in Mansfield has gone will be the subject of a feature in sunday s won t want to miss. Murray d. Shaffer director of the state Highway depart ment and former Man fielder. Gives his on Mansfield traffic conditions the store of a Little Bov who is Licking infantile paralysis and a Pirnie of Veteran Mansfield Church Ormanis a highlights of tomorrow get 7 tons of free potatoes some children and adults in Richland count v Are going to lie eating a lot of Spud during the next couple of weeks whether the potatoes come mashed Fried or i scalloped. The county Relief office an j bounced today that the surplus i commodity administration of the i United Stales government has i awarded free tons i As a matter of distribution among county schools and institutions the potatoes will he divided in was 3000 ibs to the Chil Dren s Home 1.000 ids to the i tuberculosis sanitarium and i 000 ibs each to Madison. Lexing ton. Bellville. Butler. Lucas. I Springfield. Shiloh and Union schools. Trucks will pick up the 1 potatoes monday at Wooster. 1 thieves profit Columbus Jewelv and fills Worth More than slut of were stolen from the Home of mrs Michael Deangulo. 3s. By four men who locked her in a bedroom closet and ransacked i the , she reported to police t Knox county Coroner c. L. Harmer deferred an official verdict on the of death. Deputy sheriff Paul Cochran said the Borlev apparently Frozen was found at the base a 2-foot Bridge abutment. Sheriff Salathiel Bumpus said no evidence of foul play was found but a Coroner s verdict was Rie Laved until exact cause of death could be determined. Lafever lived with his son in Law and daughter. Or. And mrs Rodock of Fredenc 1own. Also surviving Are a son Ralph of Fredericktown five other daughters mrs Maxine a ten. Mrs. Ruth Young. Mrs. Mabel and mrs. Lucille Finland All of Krede Nicktown. And mrs Helen haunt i of Monroe Mills and a sister. Mrs. Anna Volinn. Of Freder Uptown. Funeral services w ill be held at 2 p m. Sunday at the Boll Mger funeral Home Here with Rev. Frank Stanton of the Baptist Church officiating burial will be in Forest Coni Terv. Fleming making his announce ment after a conference with president Truman jumped the gun on opa rent officials. Prit a chief Max Merculio Uigh said the new regulations were still in the Mill. He said they would t be ready until next week. We Are simply broadening somewhat the provisions under which landlords seek rent in i eases on account of financial Mccullough told re porters. Aids operator. Other opa sources indicated that the Small with scattered or single apartments or be the Man who gets the new break. Herbert u. . Executive vice president of the National association of real boards Behoved the change won t make much Nelson said his group would continue to for an Amoss it d 1.s-Ijer cent increase in rent ceilings. Tm8ge of Zens Aid Atlin to Herman Tal mad Madr a Knect Appeal last night in goo Ikia s citizenry for Suppus Wotli moral and m Hull Lefor the disputed gov a move was made Tow Art an investigation of re Poi Thilton pts Lohnke general Tion today at general Hospital from injuries received osterday in a spectacular truck collision at Spring Mill and Trimble roads. Brown was slightly improved this morning but remained m a coma from head injuries suffered. Brown was driving a panel truck North on Trimble Road when it collided with a one and one half ton truck driven by George Ritz Ier 28, of Bucu ins r. D. 1, who was driving West on Spring Mill Road was uninjured. Ritzler s truck loaded with steel strips overturned and the cargo was thrown into tile Yard of a nearby residence when the body o the truck Frim the Chassis by the Impact of the crash one of the trucks also is Ruck a Utility pole which was broken off. Live Power lines flawed on the ground causing a grass fire which was quickly extinguished. Brown s truck which was owned by the by chemical com Jeanv of upper Sandusky was demolished a passenger in rit7ler s truck Neith of Tiro was in lined slightly in the Accident but was released after treatment at general Hospital. Brown was taken from Tho wreckage unconscious and rushed to general Hospital by ambulance in other accidents late Vestor trav mrs. Dorothy Grubau 30. Of 913 Belmont Avenue received knee lacerations when the lights of the car which she was driving blacked out and collided Wilh an automobile Cloven by James Weaver. 21, of 2hr Kast sixth Street at North Adams and East sixth Street intersection. Mrs Ethel e Phillips. 43, of suffered a fractured right Arm in a collision in a Priva p drive at the Ohio brass com Pany Plant. Dwelt Portal claims Washington work labelled Porta by senator ate t ook to Tho radio on Only in Rukhl Lime to Imi pos Ilion a those who 1 "10 Cilente an in tax is ale and to ask for nil i lint 3 mis in carry this fight lit " if people i p i a k o r the i find he intended to intr Iurco a Point i Esoldi Call it fora Pion into to influence wit i Mon Cilio Vok v of legislators on the Duff Tion. The assent Gocr is 000 000 000 in Back Portal i not Fri on Lii Noinin of Jan for workers i Allna sos both House and Senate were Sion i Orts Tofu i inc Keg today o Damocl in a slalom Cal he for a son ale indu iary mib committee hearing lie also called them a Cio Lub Over Industry and said it is Yipu Vitic tin Ronget is do something in the Matt i. The subcommittee considering various Bills one of them introduced by o Narmel. To n stint or ban Hie suits seeking men e than in m Mansfield worker tells court he can t remember slaying wife son 17 others enter pleas. Michael Kalis 52-year-old Stee Vorker charged with two counts of first degree murder pleaded inno cent by telling judge g. E. Kalbfleisch i Don t re member anything about it when arraigned yesterday. Kalis his sight almost lost from the effects of a self inflicted Bullet wound in the head is accused of shooting his wife Helen and son John last oct. 17 in a family quarrel at their Home 388 Spring Mill Street. The prisoner who has been held in general Hospital for nearly a month because of his head wound told the court that he could not remember haying a gun in his hand or even of owning a weapon. He had no Legal counsel when arraigned and since he could not remember events of oct. 17, judge Kalbfleisch entered a plea of not guilty for him. Trial Date has not been set. After kills was inducted grand jury he was the Lima state Stalin backs British treaty Alliance Between two nations still stands declares russian Leader. Minister Stalin says he and foreign Secre tar Ernest Bevin Are agreed that the 20-Vear British russian treaty of Alliance still stands but declares that before it is extended it must be of what he terms weaken ing reservations. A note Fromi Stalin to Besiri to this effect was made Public by the foreign of free last night and London newspapers hailed the Nole today As making for better with Russia the government attitude was not immediately Clear. Mansfield to see display o Navy s might Reserve my to will sep n display of the air Power and some of the last development in naval equipment Tom Onovi and As the act Klong me for enlistments for the v-6 inactive gets under Way. If the weather permits a simulated dive bomb attack will no made on the City at 2 30 p m sunday when nearly 30 Navy plans Are scheduled to zoom Over the-----------------___------------1--------- downtown area the attack w in open Mansfield s div 1o serve m the to Call in an emergency a on a to bile unit designed to acquaint the Public Velo ments Battle tactics will re play in Central Park and the slav. A a k i or. Charge of Trie in Hole v pianos on i Ivov aft i noon will Fiche avenge c to 1j and eight with War time in equipment de and on Dis in the planes Are scheduled Pel form several formations including the Woid and the in Tzeis a for Navy and a i the Mobile Navy display is Houed in two Large trailer Vav Hijii includes the latest develop ments in aviation and term Ril equipment main of which do me the wa1 among the highlights the a Xii nit is com near unit w in will he shown in Opta Ion also continued on i w 2 sent to for mental examination. Or r. E. Bushong superintendent of the . Reported to judge Kalp that Kalis appeared to have been insane at the time of the crime but was sane when exam ined at limn. Charges reduced. The charges against Owens and Black had been reduced from Sec Ond degree murder to first decree manslaughter by the grand jury. Owens is accused of fatally shooting , North main Street in an of i North Diamond Street last nov. 2. Black is charged with stabbing to death Richard Jones demo club bartender in an argument at the club Christ Mas morning. Cases of those who did not enter pleas immediately were continued until next Friday after noon. Meanwhile. this in Reitik took the of 17 of 3d Oiler persons indicted by the Kraml Surv Early this week. A deferred a until Ippu in that the pro Bank to of Furr Ould Compi Marc ruin a investigations into the background of each defendant. Indu led in Orr against them and Are John Owens first decree Man Slaughter not Gin Ltd Robert l Allison carrying concealed weapons guilt v ram once l Bonnell grand larceny not guilty Charles Tabb. Attempted and entering nol guilty Kwa id ,1 breaking and Entenni not guilt v. Lyall Eugene ment guilty. Lisp i Robe t Bak or. Shooting with Intuit to wound not guilty. Joe 1 issuing j Check with no funds guilty in Riggs. Aimed Rob Civ not girl i to and rapid ill Clarence Black Lirosi degree , not . Robe t Briggs. Robbery not guilt v. Chat lie Williams ass nil with intent to not ill Ltd Sherman aimed Rob cry. Guilty r aimed lobby in. Guilly Joseph Thomas by akm and n mis Nan i h Man to Ron i t Lee no i Ivity. P r e v i o u s l dec 22 that publicized were Ramo statement charges plea does not tie herself to ring on the interpretation of pid a communist party i e thai this repudiated the the alar Frap ? British go eminent s denial that tins was True. Last i Udit s foreign office closures cd also that Stahn had expressed Over beams stall Mont to Field mar Lial lord Montgomery. British chief of staff in Moscow recently and that brim had reassured Stahn in a note that it is cps to inv not pm View that the treat was t and. Approved Extension. In his note Stalin referred to his and also to Bevin s Pio Irit the Ina. Set up for 20 Mars should be extended to a is now Clear thai Vou and i so up the v it w Pool with ii to to the thai to the i room for pm said i in Ileal god ions of Bev m and intent left no a manding to Cong. King culling wound not i Andrews rape. N my Cental rolling into Mansfield and am Noring in and tuesday will he the Navy s Tavvo trailer a minces made during ii. Confession saves Man from Gallows London Walter Row land condemned to die on the Gal lows for the a murder of a woman was notified in fell today that another convict m another Puicon to blessed the i Pip the other convict was said to to Row exit double Rowland. A. Was food guilty it Manchester of a woman to death on no site of newspaper i building at can state october thursday. Admits my to Aid Mother Poland mass thir teen car old Gene a Sieison to Pound High school freshmen signed a s tement today. Sheriff Louis a. Gendron said that he fatally beat his father on the head with a baseball Bat to protect his Mother in their isolated Village Nome a Nora of innocent to a charge of manslaughter was entered in municipal at Auburn for the boy vrho stands Only three feet 11 inches tall. Gun Dunn quoted the lad As ipg ins father Theodore. 43, was abusing his Mother Mary 39 last newspaper

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