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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1952, Zanesville, Ohio Southeastern Ohio's Largest Newspaper Goes Into Homes Every Morning The Times Recorder Only Paper Delivered By RFD The Same Day It Is Priated 68TH 193 Pttoxc i-tsn OHIO. WEDNESDAY. AlXJfST FIVE CENTS VOTERS APPROVE BONDS FOR NEW DAM Southern Ohio Selected As Site Of Government's Billion Atomic Plant New Installation Will Turn Out Fissionable Type Of Uranium By Process First Used At Oak Ridge AUR. sparsely settled area in Southern Ohio some 20 miles north of Portsmouth was picked today as the site for a new plant to speed output of atomic bomb fuel. The Atomic Energy Commission announced the selec- confirming reports which had---- circulated in Ohio since and for the heat that har- The fact that the new installa- for nouer. tion would be and that it This 1S tne wholly new plant would go to the general Ohio River covered by the thrce-hilhon-dollar Valley had been known for expansion program. The rest of months. The plant is an important the money inio extension of unit of the threc-billion-dollar facilities already bmlt or building. atomic expansion program for Oak Ridge gets about 464 million which Congress appropriated and the Paducah. Ky.. plant draws money just before adjournment of 450 Those are both gaseous the last session. diffusion operations. With the other units of that ex- The Savannah S. proj- pansion program it will bring for materials usable in either America's plant investment in A-bombs or thr projected hydrogon atomic facilities to more than six gets an extra 171 Comes To billion dollars for construction alone. It will turn out the fission- able isotope of separat-j ing that material from ore of or- dinary uranium by the same gas- eous diffusion process used in the original U-235 plant at Oak Tenn. II is the splitting of U-235 which looses the energy for blast of the for the ra- diation which creates the isotopes of other materials increasingly im- portant in medicines and Japan Shaken By News Of Stolen Treasure Aug. 12 A scandal ot missing national treasure including Empress Na- gako's diamond-studded crown shook Japan today with overtones of corruption involving wartime Japanese and American occupa- tion officials. A special committee of the Diet investigating the long-rumored disappearances of millions of dollars of gold and platinum released a partial report Tuesday. Most of the treasure was bought by the government for wartime to Page Fair Supporters Of Measure Jubilant As Majority Passes All Expectations running To Move Imnuuliiitcly In Order That Kngistfr rft Aunrd Contract For Construction Voti'ii tn .1 ul rUvUon approved n of to pay of itnm whUh will cost an ml i to t'f trtl within tUjt rww tlrtm will Nf ug in vvtntrr'v Wgh a t T a i v thr m ant J t -Ur Hit A t i I will probably t.i I N I' i ifs tJw FAIR CLOSE-UPS Thr MuskmKMm rouniy at ihr fVrshmK road for lOtifh AUur fan ROI a first-hand of oporntions ticiin insuir tin nuim M-d riu-ust m drttt nt fioiu tin s in thr hr the LVnny Tajloi tiio lh.- lent entrance. The piclurr then on a 'Yl trlevtsion rtvcivors ntxnii tho Ohio vocrotary of chats with ThMxioif of Trinway Rt. about -si grandstand. Oickorson uns onr of thr many mir Rrnun out rt trnctor on hts lour nl i of Ijonni i Marines Throiv Back New Red Attacks Against Bunker Ridge S. Mannas rrpuJsod a firrrr uho oarly in tO Aug. attack blion f thn Fmnr At th COVPr the Empress crown At tbe rccapturP Bunkor Ridgo. occupation lt was thr socond Communist assault in loss than 12 hours on ihr took custody. stratofiic Western Front position a beef have confirmed the loss of a considerably large quantity of j IVlClTJlHtll precious metals and eluding the Empress Nagako's crown made of gold and platinum and studded with five large dia- said the report. It did not specify just where the In Arkansas LITTLE Aug. 12 Fnrk. pi Livestock Judging To Feature Events At County Fair Today Subordinate And Juvenile Grange Also To Re Evaluated Thr lop lixrMork from SoulhraUrrn Ohio IHI rniri thr show rink' al tho Muskmgum rmuiK Intr MS in Mrfuul- ly rvory department Today uill also and Stout and fiul IMV at thr Pcrshing road grounds and nil childron of nrhftol will br admitted free of rharRe. I Headlining the numerous rvonts maluatrrl M panel of 'will bo tho Jersoy Parish .show Thr hobby -uul antiipn' drpart- opens at thr Colisnirn at 9 month will n'so bo scoivd. 'o'clock. Fair board officials said A feature ihi.i afternoon entries from five counties a wnrs of ontrsN i compote for blue ribbons and cash and names to tn front awards in 18 classes. of thr at 1 'lo k i C. D. extension Tnr hoard will rniatd CPU specialist of Ohio State for umn'Ts in h i oti- w.ll judjTo thr rattle from Muv tr.sts as foot and le i.vrs for Noble boys nntl of and Hr-lmont i baseball wheelbarrnw Judging uill also Mnrt in other swk rate and manv other nf and dairy Tho nitfht lair will Imtiire a pa- to whU-n will up tltuti ttw i HUIITI 'v Uirm atwl a for any j brinsji thr totftt rtwtt tn An- wtlt fuvMlnJ f0r fhr People Behind Iron Curtain Hope For War WASIIIV A i i SI rM n'-im ir fKtltt u p. it f i inn. in ill few miles cast of the truce town of Panmunjoiru The Leathernecks seized Bunker Ridge and nearby Siberia Uill early Tuesday morning in a sweep- i A i no. i -Judge Francis Cherry jumped by a lead over Gov. Sid a third term tonight on tanks and planes. The Chinese Hods in me uhu h struck back i loot but two irnpUcations were 'tho basis of early scattered first time laic Tuesday after- 1. Japanese government officials I turns from today's run-off Demo-inoon- A battalion of about 700 Reds had apparently embezzled some of i cratic primary. up the slopes behind a the treasure or Immedi- Unofficial reports from Of'withering artillery barraRp. Arkansas' voting boxes But the firing from pro- talk rept for Polled swlnr. of all rattle entered horticultural and Competition. Tho household and garden clubs do- .Marlh at 7 will br rtunaxfsi partments. prpKont.itton of a Six subordinate and Aix juvenile j 50-year exhibitor's trophy to Lloyd granges will see their exhibits' to Pago Pknvi Brown Prophesies Eisenhower Will Be Easy Winner In Ohio I 'I i wrmn AM tn NKW Aiitf U rrirn Junf out fj-urti Iron fftin whli'h iflv ftrt- lUlfir fot- .Stftlk Iflitdii ran no of in tl Whrn A fif out of wttjjr of only or vibrn tn buy n pair of rnran to A wholit month thrrr much to Itvr for thn trxnr tiny liberation will many horrl- bul go cm rhu Thin is prut of thr dtwy tol'l by t J4 i vitwi rsiraoffl from ill biiM nut nt n Irtlt-r 0 t Latvia in In Mnd month burr wn ijivrn JJwrdrn'f .S i to fifty And Stevenson Remains Silent On President's Part In Campaign h' i iinian ami Ail In I imliy thry hnd tuid Ka'iMfnf Huf what f i' r ii- pr fftii fabricated bunkers spotted along the ridge during a few quirt Ted W. Republican SPC- of state who is seeking his Corps v. ill be on duty. Nur.M- aides will assist at thf hrar ately the war. 2. Some American Army officers for may have walked off with part of j McMath it on the pretext of confiscating itjThe total represented hurled back the Keds. term at the November ing trailer whirh is sponsorrrj by for occupation purposes. t some returns from 25 of the state's This was the first mention of thinks D. Eiscn-'lhe MuskinKum county rind Ohio' _______________ jT2 counties. prefabricated bunkers being usrd'hower will rapture Ohio by a departments of hralih. a Northeast Arkansas to replace destroyed plurality in the staff will h'md oath' Pirkpt Line Chancery Court who was The second assault camp in the'election. jday to rccrmt hjfjOd fjonors M. tlo known outside his own dark. of Chinese j Brown made this forecast last-the September visit of tho MobUr lwhen ho entcred lhe ran i pushed up the hill. The when he attended the Mus- bloorl unit. I OO UnareSSeu 'ooo votes behind McMath in thc'raRpd ror Iotir hours preferential July was a ncll a flght but rrifi hud ttrrl thjit rri- T i 1 MH i v in that H Rmkcil Ify MolllKT up do AM thr Country hit bffi.ilf nf And tbr-re fj AUJJ. no cine retr indlr.itJons For IHT thr tha' Tiurnnn hiid iiny Jj f m j wlmli run ountrr to K-UI Mullbol- SI' rt-.on s flrsif '2.1 to onr in Worn-' Iri i tr r rn'n nmtor y tllr. O I low do do.....nurn.m did Tfir K ntmt r WHI rnrir.l out IXepOrlS K'lhfit J. A r fXMmJnrtliur thowcrl thr hilit hrtft' VOlIUCJ n IlaiUr. rountry r KatoniA nnd Lithuania Incfirporntvcl into tho Soviet m t with a in Hut ttu-i mor'1 tfirt-- broken brok-' in thr njiturr of i-n itntl and hip frnrturr. 'S AuK- W k unyhinK Tni- Mt H ar- Hrcrrtnry of Trd W. Brown man n'prat''flly 'tint rrntrrj affrr t ornplnincM trxiay ttirnmj ovrr a complete rrt- is now in thr thf rourl uhr h.id bmn port on of voting r with but x-ur no in Cleveland to hwd NEW Aug. 12 -4.TI bevy of barelegged eliminated ing fur jackets but little i kingum county The CX3P state official was erect- Fair board membrrs Vvhen flg' they never reached our cd ny Paul paid their r-sprc.-u to A. K. .a Marine spokesman said. Jclub and tho fair board I file of Philo Ut. well-known Mu staged a sidewalk protest Ali y the Chinese began re-juhen he arrived at the county farmer ami o Russian fur imports but lice broke up the affair. incumbent Brooks Hays They told the 13 girls to go home J for The frrrrd for art hour. With Jiurn u.is John Kparkmnri of IO party prrnxleri- nT .1 Ow Disbarment by trealing we them 'road grounds with his office's cor- chanhsf. who died Monday. George Karris of or described Red Columbus. of trrasur'-r of in front of mad' littlr informal County Election board. I Brown Bald. thr CuyatWKa County Board of Klrrtjonsi will immediately pro- rrrd with a Investtga- jtjon with our offirr nnd prosecuting attor- matter to a and put on more clothes if they wanted to parade in public. Tho wearing swim suits or scanty shorts topped by fur formed a picket line the British-American Fur corpora- tion on 30th street in Manhattan. Spokesmen for the the American Breadwinners said the protest was against ship- ment of worth of Rus- sian furs into this country from Canada. Passes Driving Test And Drops Dead O.. Aug. 12 Hav-j Ing just passed his auto license driving Gus. Mil- walked outside of the of- fice and collapsed yesterday. Three student nurses who hap- pened to be nearby tried to help him but Miller was dead by the time he reached the hospital. Dollar Day In Zanesville It's Dollar Day in ZanesviJlr and merchants of the city arc offering many bar- gains for this semi-annual event. Check the advertisements in this issue of The Times Re- corder for outstanding values in summer and plan a shopping trip down- town today. Ne.w fall merchandise is now arriving in Zanesville and merchants must clear the shelves of summer goods to make room. You will be pleased at the bargains of- fered. casualties as Brown toured the grounds and the fair The Marines had been waiting watched the best teams in this sec- has 'for the attack. It came ar 1 a. m. tion of the state compete in the work. iwhen Communist guns opened up pulling contest m front of the thunderously. J grandstand. The biz Five minutes later. Red He was among the last fairgocrs ndcs 'raced up the lower to leave and told fair officials he Columbus Allied artillery and mortars laid mjoycd every minute of it. thr- r .1 rwi 1 IM r C V utor Another I urnpikc Barrier Down midway O firm of thr down a deadly mrtam of fire. ns mmiaturf train and Manslaughter Charges Filed In Shooting Aug. Brown revrnlr-d he had spent most of the day u.stng his of as a He is preparing' Thr v.as jammrd on the a film to teach election officials first of falr the 'proper procedures in the coming threatening urathrr. national election. _____ Gratiot ThirnhU- 32 Many volunteers from the local Thrcarl club has a Manslaughter charges were filed RCd Cross chapter will be on dutyloxhlhjt at thft fair here today against Clayton the Muskingum county fair ail Tt Ino sror.y of Careless as result of the death last James Red Cross young rhap who n day of Mack W. a Aid chairman and a crew of demise on the highways tired laborer. nurses will be on duty 1 Osborn was fatally wounded by .each day at the station under the' Marshall. Covered Wagon a shotgun blast during a distnrt commissioner for the Boy with Hay and Leonard The Red Cross also cordially in- is in charge of srouts on 21. a friend of Hay. Both Hay andivites fairgoers to stop at the mov-Iduty af the rounty fair this werk Hannars were injured in the ex-jic center in the grandstand. Grey j you will was recently k i 'J in'Jii r-f pf j ror of 'ii' north of O t wn t in th'1 return to law all Apparent Ir- of A. for- rnusf bo stopped and dr.- must be Thrn- must no recurrence 'Ih- from nnw to bfi illegal of thr Ci.irx Cuyahoga L.br.jry mr.im jn appeal ihr fo.iM com an The Weather plmx OHIO Partly wlfhniodcpi ft t temrvrarurrst Wednesday. 1 th- rour' Piling ThurvMy with to prac- jaw r O A .s 'o f.iriv n Ohi'j ttji rrl of I'virn' 'if from iK Sf Me sairj ty saiM yMjsit.on n H Ifa- TMI-U 70 p m. 77 hair man. sai'l from I'.trist Ralph P m T-I 10 p m.....74 1 12 Midnight... .71 imiiraiM y prosecutor. housr Clark ZiMESWLE SKES TODAY I pi mi p ml change of shots. Ladies and members of the to Page arrepf -i rompro- BOY KIM.KD I by tho Commission UPPKR O. a Columbus mortinif vMth 12 9.32 p. m. boani last vior-k. L'n'il thr 16-year-old son of Mr and Mrs. low in a. m. hoard to ap- wai killed p. prove a route through thcjwhrn the tank for a spray-gun ex- low m m his face.
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