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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1952, Zanesville, Ohio                               Southeastern Ohio's Largest Newspaper Goes Into Homes Every Horning The Times Recorder News Only Paper Delivered By RFD The Same Day It Is Printed 5TH 91 PBOSTE 16 FACES ZANESVILLE. APRIL 1952 WEATHEKi MIIJJKK FIVE CENTS Eisenhower Leads In Jersey ITHERE 15 DIED IN FIERY CRASH Fifteen of the 17 men aboard B-36 bomber were killed in this fiery crash at Spokane. yes- The huge world's largest skidded along a armer's wheat field and burst into flames. The two survivors were DO badly burned to tell how they escaped or to give any details on tie crash. Press Vorld's Largest Bomber Fails Killing 15 Men April 10-engine B3G bomber Itered and fell on takeoff at Fairchild Air Force Base early to killing 15 of the 17 men aboard. The huge world's largest crashed through a fence the end of the runway and burst into flames In a farmer's tvheat leaving bits of wreck- Britain Agrees To Three-Nation Defense Pact age in its wake. Somehow two D. Mershon Estate Valued At Million The estate of Ralph D. native of estimated than when he ied Feb. 14 in Miami was ppraised at in an In- entory filed in the county judge's in Miami yesterday. It is believed to have been the reatesi fortune ever amassed by Zanesville person. Miss Hope who resides in the Hotel .ogge is a sister of the late iventor and electrical Mershon willed most of his es- itc in trust to Ohio State univer- ity under certain conditions and ffered his Bayfront home in Mi- mi for vacation occupancy by ISU officials and personnel. The inventory listed most of the state in securities. real estate is valued at 00 and the cash in banks and on and amounted to In a will filed in Miami on Feb. Mershon provided for iis to M. L. Mer- hon and the same .mount to James his at- to Dr. W. E. Miami 00 to William his ac- to Leon caretak- T of his nonth a house and 40 icres of each to M 5. Simonds and William and to Edith of Colum- described in the will as ife friend. The will was dated 1948 md bore seven codicils. It provides the remainder of the Mershon estate goes to establishi- ng the Ralph D. Mershon r'und at Ohio Proceeds ofj nvestments are to be used for car-' They were seriously burned and suffered shock. They were unable speak to investigators. The B36 hit with terrific force and pieces fell off as it bounced along the ground. It stopped in the edge of farmer Ernest Alfs wheat field and burned fiercely. were awakened by this aw- ful crash and as we got out of bed all we could see was a big Alf said. crash made an awful ex- he aded. lit up the room like it was daylight. It looked Like it was only a block away but it was a half The B36 with its huge swept back wing was virtually a shell in min- men survived. Taft Showing Surprising Strength In Battle For Important Primary Votes Stassen Running Poor Third On GOP Ticket While Kef auver Rolls Up Impressive Total On Democrat Side N. April Dwight Eisen- hower tonight swept toward victory in the New Jersey first Eastern industrial testing ground in Lhe GOP presidential race. But Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio could claim in a strong second place without I campaigning after ho tried unsuo D- Jpnt cessfully to get his name off the I 1 only the expected had happened. F eace 1 reaty The Newark supported no predicted Wltft Eisenhower would win. The general's potential ictory seahied likely to give him the ma- jority of the state's 38 delegates April 16 agreed today to enter into a 17-year mutual defense ac- cord with West Germany and j to the July Chicago nominating con- Through the mechanism of the'vention. Taft might get a few of European Defense Community Britain promised to rush aid to those former enemies if they are attacked. West Germany and Italy agreed in return to fight alongside Britain if the British are attacked in Europe. Britain reached agreement on the subject with the six EDC part- The Neth- West Ger- many and While she will remain outside the EDCt she bound herself to par- ticipate in the automatic mutual defense arrangements that will go into effect when the group is final- ly formed. Western diplomats hope the Brit- ish action will speed final organi- sation of the under which sponsors hop2 to build a one-uni- form European army including West German troops. them. At least one unopposed can- didate who was elected is a sup- porter of former Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota. In of the count in the state-wide popularity but not legally binding on the Eisenhower Taft Stassen In the Democratic Sen. Estes Kefauver of ex- Three Related Pacts Set Up Defense System MINNESOTA Gtand DULUTH ST. PAWS woasr tiooo MAY BRING KfCOttO HIGH JO 3 SfAJt ARfA MISSOURI tM flfCORP CHEST. SITUATION 7OKMC0 THOUSANDS Ftff HOMES NEBRASKAV- River Crest Reaches Record High Nearly Made Homeless In Disaster April River which President Truman aims to see first-hand intensified tonight in this flood battered midlands America's valley of misery. The number of of towns and of arif's smashed by the un- power of millions of tons of rolling water climbed higher. Tho Ri-d Cross reported or more than per- are homeless because of Mid- west floods. Hut Omaha and Council la.-with the worst due Thursday j morning -still were ahead in the idramatic fight gainst nature. The levees and flood walls still con- iaim-d the chocolate col- tored water iha1. pressed against higher and harder than their I builders had dreamed. Fully two-thirds of Council a city of stood in ghostly abandoned to the flood that KEY AREAS OF FLOOD HAVOC This map shows where the may or may bit it. Thirty-four Missouri and Mississippi river floods are spreading devastation over 'thousand in the city and an- April vvido While in North Dakota tho Red River of the North made iother across the river in Truman today signed the Japanese Peace Treaty which will formally end the long and bitter struggle that began when Japanese bombers rained destruction on the U. S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Har- Dec. 1941. The State Department announced crime buster and coonskin become effective ran away from u restoring Japan to inde- scattered field of writer candi-j d u sovereignty over dates. But he may not get the hnmo RU affPr to Page Rioting Convicts utes. The was taking off on a routine train-1 ing flight from some 10 miles west of Military policemen raced to the scene and threw a guard around the plane. Fairchild said it couldn't con- firm Alf report that the B36 blew up. Air Force officials said they were unable to determine the cause of the crash immediately. The B36 caries gallons of gasoline and has a range of miles with its four jet and six piston engines. Fairchild said the plane got off the ground but faltered and ripped through the fence at a.m. EST. Alf said was in a matter of minutes. The big bombers have been based here since last summer. One crashed and burned completely last January while coming in for a landing. The crew escaped se- rious injury. VVJVJ VJV-A JlAdll VA l_rVJWO. _ Britain was committed to come'I i the defense of Vi US As Hostages to The Netherlands and Luxembourg under terms of the Brussels jher home islands 6Va years after the end of World War IL President Truman signed his name to the blue-and-gold bound document at p. EST. The President also affixed his signature to three related treaties designed to set up a new Pacific signed in 1948 to run for 50 years. bomber She is to Italy the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and by the pres- ence of British to help de- fend West Germany. The practical effect of the new action is to ex- tend and reinforce the ties with Italy and West The ef- fects be largely legal and psychological. But the new obliga- tions are automatic and more iron- clad than those involved in a Foreign Office spokesman said. Captain Claims Self Defense NEW April 15 A sea captain accused of fatally shooting a handcuffed Negro crew- man testified today he loaded his pistol only after the crewman came at shouting Capt. Franklin B. of 77 Hugenot N. is on trial in federal court on a charge of involuntary manslaugh- ter. He faces a maximum sentence j of 10 years if convicted. He is accused of firing three shots into the body of William Har-j of New a nearly homeless in the Fargo-Moorehcad section. Omaha suburbs nad given up their Court Enjoins New Strike By Rail Unions Press Wirephoto himes just in case flood waters hit them. That was the picture as the White House announced today that i President Truman has asked seven 1 Mid-Western governors to meet .with him here tomorrow to discuss measures for dealing with the flood emergency. Thc list of governors was just about a roll call of states in the April 15 A throes of flood not only Allies Assail Phony Issue Of Neutral Russia April 16 Allies scolded Reds again today for trying railroad unions to strike againstifrom the Upper Mississippi River use the of Russian f the but said the and the Red Rivor of the neutrality as a bargaining should not bo An Associated Prpss rheck federal judge today forbade the Missouri but also collective Spokesmen for the in the deadlocked Korean armi- stice talks. In a statement in advance firemen and of today's 11 a.m. session I said they would appeal tho prelim-. showed a minimum of 87 towns to Page at United not Command inary injunction ordered by Judge Emcnch B. Freed. One union officer linked today's' defense system aimed at blocking thc Unitcd Nations Command the extension of Soviet Russia's directly or that strategic area. 'has been of thc steel and de- One of the security withifabricated by thc nounced .seizure gives the United States the issue of i ruling with government's sei gives me unnea siaies with the Tho judge said his injunction right to station military forces in problem of a realistic armistice1 not the solution to thc dispute over Steel Strike In N. April 15 Rioting convicts held four Trenton State Prison employes hostage to- day in the prison print shop and 1 T shouted demands for the around Japan Uie safcty of lhc Unitcd Na_ waRPS and conditions April 15 w protect it against the Communist tlons Command troops which can which has rxisu'd for a period of Mediation efforts 10 get a union- of the warden. Fifty-eight convicts barricaded themselves in the print shop and would not talk to prison officials until two newspapermen were brought in as witnesses to their demands. not giving up. We're out- laws from the word the scum of society. We know we're going to get the worst of yelled convict William my The statement referred to two spokesman for the embattled prisoners. Dickens said the disgruntled con- 1 some of whom took part inj two previous riots within the past' demanded the removal Warden William Carty and an in-1 forces of Red China and Russia. The other pacts are with The Philippines and with Australia and New Zealand. President Truman is expected to nominate Robert D. pos- sibly as the first post- war ambassador to Japan. now in this has been am- bassador to Belgium for the past during an two years. Strikes rruLV rf thT s p r a w 1 i n g. j m COLUMBUS a April 15 be threatened by a buildup of ene- throe management settlement in the Finding a ho seized steel industry were dropped was the duty of today amid speculation that the CIQ steelworkers a raise. key issues blocking agreement onithr- railroads and the unions in- government itself now will give the truce Communist in- sistence on Russia as one of six neutral nations to police a and an Allied demand for a ban The he in the Such an action inevitably would interests of national exer- mean a new and bitter court fight cise its power to prevent irrepara- in addition to the one the steel on airfield construction' ble by granting the companies already are waging crowded state prison. i of Justice Department attorneys against last week's seizure action _ i for thc injunction. Thoy acted for itself. Communist truce whlch con1roi of negotiations after have hinted repeatedly a wUlmg. tho raliroads Aug seven days of fruitless government ness to withdraw Russia s nomma- 1950_ when a nation.wide strike was efforts to get thc pames into agree- turn if the Allies retreat from their thrf ment was announced by Acting De- position on airfields. Canted a pre- Mobilize John R. Steelman Tuesday's meeting on truce su- Uminary injunction replacing the who dismissed the negotiators and pervision lasted only 25 temporary restraining order whirh told the rival delegations using .judRp Freod issued on March at this Morrow county reported a case of thc iguagc which a strikp Ir had timo not bo X marked Monday's record 15-second hPf.n against thf Now York Nathan chairman of No Publicity In Trial on civilian military had been one of Mershon's j deals during the time he April 15 aboard the Isbrandtsen unc -he university and later in life. The racl and Jordan have extended to freighter Flying Trader while she Yill sDOcifiesi that in the event the'April 30 an agreement intended to was enroute from the Philippines film industry he agreed Imiversitv fails to abide bv the pro-i eliminate border it to Japan last Oct. 25. today to let a judge decide whether dsions the remainder of the for-i officially announced Weaver said he did not take his .he's guilty in the shooting of his tune goes to the Boy Scouts The signed by dele-1 pistol from his room until he heard wife's agent. county covered by the disease its current outbreak. New cases were in Van and Madison each of which had reported previous out- SANTA April and hogs. now is free of sessjOn Not To Meet April 15 Aly Khan was described as sur- Tm' f i prised today at Paris reports that linrs meeting is being arranged be- America. Thc case will be decided on the fected in Clinton county are out from under quarantine. Nine of 11 'gates is to'run to fthat the pantryman was and April 15. It provides for stricter j chasing the first mate.'1 basis of a transcript of the grand ruaranlmes have been lifted in control by both sides to prevent in-j Jury's proceedings when it indicted jaycltc filtration and frontier him. The procedure avoids any tes-i AEC Tests Atom Device LAS Ncv.. April second nuclear blast t MJIUU.-I i council H.MICU Atomic E n e r R y Commission's j in an exchange of flre between spring series flashed qmcWy to- itary israci and Egypt. nols Glass was closed day in tho southern Nevada sky. j_______________ Tho AEC's term' ILinttWll nilVA 4 _j two Jewish workers' strike were reported killed and three wounded from ambush near Jordan frontier On the Egyptian an reported killed 0 April 15 today over the firing of one employe. Some workers in the divi-i mer timony about the relations of Wan-1 ger's Joan Bennett and agent Lanp. LslU VlTlClUl Thus the judge will rule without the versions of any of tho princi- pals in evidence. They did not pear when the grand iury voted OM April 15 I rr OO JOO Jo- indictment of assault with w. a CIO United Rub- to commit murder against the for-jber Workers vice today Pickets Curtail tween him and PJta Hayworth. Aly here for horse plans to go to France this'-pi o week to see his ailing the f HOne SerVlCe Aga Khan. A reporter told Aly there was a1 report his Paris Charles Apr .1 of t CLKVELAND Pickets m cities Miss Haywor'h's lawyer in York to arrange- a meeting wr-st of and tho Wage Stabilization Board St. Tfiminal recommendations The preliminary injunction is ef- the had turned fectivc- until Judge Frr-rrd con- with Steelman. He said duK hearing on tho merits further thero was no indica- of the caso and tho question of for manage- grant.ng a permanent injunction mtjnt and the workers would con- p- union from rontinuing talking on their own. or sproad.ng it to did say that govern- effor's '.'.ill but add- f-d are up to President Tru- man and of Commerce r.ominal manager of the 1 for the govornment. Srpc-lmar. -AouM not speculate on nature. Sawyor- went quickly to the a move sug- had received a letter from I K' Co's the.r gesting action. lie into conffT'T.ce President Truman shortly after in the om- rr jsifienfial of tho mansion. of of thc Academy of Mo- sion were made idle by the strike tjon picture Arts and Sciences. jbut other units of the huge snot nim because he broke up imy the 57-year-old Wanger O April 15 a movie first aid during atomic will be given its first pub- firm kept going. for an experimental Movie Premier dropped over Yucca Flat by an air force B-29. Even in the bril-ifOr liant morning thc explo-i sion was visible in Las miles away. But it was neither felt nor hore There wore no reports _ damasre To observers here the lie showing m Bcllaire April The compariy declared the un-i April 15 atincarcd larger than the Thp movie was filmed namca man was nred for Associated Collegiate Ss opener two weeks but in_0hio_by an Ohio the nuclear cloud was quickly dis- Pickets were posted by Local 7001 told police after the shooting in a of the AFL-Flint Glass Workers un- Beverly Hills parking lot last ion. The union said a man was 113. fired for parking in a zone. HONOR RATING sipated. Troops were not Involved in the It will be the second movie pre- miere in Bellaire in less than six months. Bob Hope's current com- a forerunner to tho maneu- cdy was shown here last Novenv vcrs opening next week. bcr. Harry union international said the walkout was un- authorized. The division makes table ware such as drinking glasses. has given an All-American rating to The campus daily accepted appointment by Presi-1 replied. him with who has divorce. nothing about it for a dent Truman to the National Wage Stabilization Board. His acceptance was announced by L. S. CIO-URW president. Childs was at Toronto for a meeting of the Canadian sec- tion of tho union's policy commit- British Defense Head Visits Eisenhower PAPJS. April Western Co a H- II sub- file Weather the M f __ un- ion in a dispu'o cloudy nationally in NV.v York. shghtly in afternoon. Thurs- Ohio tho cities where warmer with showers pickets appoared Tuesday's Canton Co- to i m...... R ir. 44 Davton and Tok-do. Vj p' 42 A normal force for the dav if 12 Marshal Viscount have been 14000 Ohio Ecil tee. ish minister of flew added. President Truman announced 1 Paris today for a short visit the appointment last week old IMPROVING ing thc resignation from the WSB'Dwight D. and April 15 ZANESVILLE SKIES TODAY Sv.rr.s-- Thursday Quarter Thursdav 5 49 a. 7.07 p. m. 2.07 a. m. a. m. pers in the nalicr. rated thc award. Workers vice president. Jthe subject of the conversations. well enough to go outdoors. m. figure down and the biade turned toward the west. 3 1 t- X i vv   

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