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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1952, Zanesville, Ohio                               Sewing Southeastern Ohio For Sixty-Five Years Always Fair 66TH YEAR-4NO. 274 The Times Recorder 101 EMBER ft w i tND COOL Santa Claus Comes Zanesville Nov. FIVE K1LLINGER TO DIE FOR MURDER Allies Cfcalk Up Small Gains in Drive Along Icy Korean Front Communists Pull Back Slifhtfc Itnd Steam foes OrffOf Red Weather Slows Plane Nov. troops scratched out gains up to five miles against spotty Red resistance in a general advance along sleet-struck fighting front in North Korea Thursday. The sleet made the going for the foot down 13 Die In Collision Of TWO Y.Htb Declared Planes Oner Arigono Duncan Synthetic Rubber Plans Given Reds By Confessed Spy Blueprints And Instructions Sent To Russia NEW Nov. Soviet atom Harry Gold testified today that Abraham Brothman became panicky when the FBI got on his trail and to make up any story to conceal how we suggested that I say we had been writing a book togeth- said who has testi- fied that he and Brothman work- ed together for a Russian spy ring Gold testified that the 86-year-old Brothman turned over to him complete plans lor the production of Buna-S synth- etic a Russian of- licial considered worth two or three brigades of troops- Gold said the top-secret data came to him from Brothman in 1942 in or blueprints plus weighty typewritten instruc- cut down the clock bombing of Red bases and supply centers. Temperatures rose from previous near-zero however. Chinese and Korean Commu- nists pulled back a little more in the northwest and north-cen- tral sectors. The steam went out of a North Korean Red counter- attack in the far notheast. The U. S. First Corps advanc- ed on a 30-mile front in the north west against practically no op- position On the west end of the the Korean Republican First di- vision moved four miles north- west of seven miles north of the Chongchon river. The British Commonwealth 27th brigade rolled through Pak- chon and pushed about three miles north. British patrols ven- tured another mile and one-half ahead and found no trace of Reds. Chinese and North Korean Red once reported digging to Page Air Defense Command Moves To Colorado said he passed the in- tions Gold formation to his boss in the spy ring a 37-year-old Philadel- phia is a govern- ment witness at the federal con- spiracy trial a chemical and his 34- year-old business Mir- iam Moskowirz. The heart of the case is Broth- man's story to a grand jury of Bomben Co In Flames After Mid-Air Crask 10 AirmeaSayed Parachuting From Doomed Ships Nov. Thirteen airmen were killed and 10 survived a col- lision of two air force planes over the desert 50 miles west of here today. Lt. Elwin public in- formation officer at Davis-Mon- than air force base said Nov. Headquarters for the nation's de- fense against air attack will be shifted from New York to Colo- rado early in the air force announced today. The move will thus take the key headquarters to the western half of the United States some miles from the Atlantic coast with control over both the east and west air defense1 forces. The swing to the west once again lent emphasis to the stra- been determined survivors are in- it has not whether the He said the two four-motor a B-29 and a B-50 bomb- plunged to the ground five north ol the Papago In- dian village of Silnakya on the Sells The rugged country is ex-j tremely difficult to reach foot. Piwetz could give no description of what happened. The Civil Aeronautics Admin- istration tower at Tucson mu- nicipal airport made the first re- port of a crash at p.m. It said a column of smoke was seen west of the city. Search planes were sent out from Davis-Monthan and the wreckage spotted. Ground res- cue teams were dispatched to the but have not reported back. They have radio equip- ment. Piwetz said the B-50 was carrying a crew of 13 and the B-29 a crew of 10. It has not been determined what squadron the planes are A crash of a single B-50 plane had been reported earlier in the day and reporters and photog- raphers were dispatched to the scene. SIGN FOR CIVILIAN DEFENSE Here are two of the hundreds of Zanesvillians who register- ed last night for service with the local Civilian Defense Corps. Registering are Miss Elizabeth of Fairmont and Rodney of 625 Fairmont avenue. The reg- istrars are Albert Welsh and Dick Wilcox. Hundreds Volunteer To Serve Veto In Civilian Defense Corps Demand For CWna Several hundred men and women volunteered for lO JLCJIVC fVOFeft civilian defense duty last night and while the number was disap- Court Orders Curb Picketing In Phone Strike NEW Nov 16 Court orders curbed picketing by striking telephone equipment workers in many parts of the country today as the Bell sys- spv for the Soviet. The government Brothman lied about their rela- tions h -eJto World War the gravest danger of aerial blows against the United States would focus ______________ ton the northwest Pentagon officials were nt 'tatlt to discuss reasons for the fina ITO but one obvious motive n1 would be to provide greater pro- mlSSinQ flane tection for the important air de- fense by locating Nov. 16 it far inland. It was pointed out Twenty days of searching have that guided conceiva- bly with atomic could be fired from submarines lying a few miles off the present head- quarters at Mitchell Long failed to uncover a single clue to the fate of a private airplane which disappeared with four per- __ aboard. Hundreds of square miles Lake Erie waters and woodland j In Northeastern Ohio and West-' p ern Pennsylvania have been r By helicopter To PriSOH lOday auto and afoot the searchers have run down dozens of re- rp 1O ports from persons who thought they heard an airplane crash on Lee Leonard 18-year- old confessed killer of James will be taken to the Ohio ihe' rainy afternoon of 4 J penitentiary today to begin serv- Many of the searchers guess ing a life sentence after plead- that the red and silver Beech- craft Bonanza now is hidden be- degree murder. ing guilty to a charge of second GOP Gives Up In Nov. 16- Republicans abandoned their efforts today before a panel of three state supreme court jus- tices to get a recount in the race for Connecticut's short term seat in the U. S. senate. State Senator Charles S. House who led the fight for the recount announced the Republi- can decision to withdraw a peti- tion for a recount to the chief justices. Three Dead In Hunting Mishaps neath Lake Erie's whitecaps But a helicopter inspection of is- olated wooded ares is continu- ing He will be eligible for parole after only ten years Power was arraigned Wednes- iday in common pleas court not in the office of the j common pleas judge as reported yesterday The arraignment took place an hour ahead of schedule in spare the brutal killer from publicity it was saiH by Prose- cuting Attorney Clarke B. Bar- Garrett Estate Heirs Selected Nov 16 Three first now were named today as___ heirs to the rett estate object of one of the yoilthf111 Pair Denies greatest fortune hunts in nis- Two suivivors of the cous- Charge ins will inherit what's left ter state and federal taxes swaM COLUMBUS. O Nov low up about three-fourths of the Terry Farrow. 21 and monev Harold two will inherit uhat today pleaded innocent to court attaches estimate at about charges 6f auto theft and carry- SB 000 each are ing concealed weapons They Wilson Primm Kretschmar. bound to the grand jury by 70. a retired banker of Green- Municipal Judge Rodney W. viile Miss and a nephew of Ross Herman A of St Farrow and Pierson were ar- Louis who died m 1P41 rented Monday with a 16-year- Mrs Constance Kietschmar old jinemle after a motorist re- Mock of Chicago a daughter ol ported three youths fired at him Howard Sigismund after he chased thorn from his ol who died in 1933. police Nov. Ohio counted three hunters dead two from heart attacks and more than a score of per- sons wounded today at the end of the second day of the hunting season. Today's Floyd City who had gone hunting was found dead of a heart attack in a field near Troy. Two were reported yesterday. Dwight Sunbury was struck in the face by stray buckshot He is in Marion City hospital Irvin was struck in the thigh and hip by buckshot when his gun discharg- ed as he opened his automobile door He is in the same Jtaly Ricqptffend Mercy For Ytuig IKggerman In Shotgun Slaytog Of Farmer Medina Nov. jury tonight ftund aby faced Qferald Killinger guity Vttbout merdp first egree murder for shooting Harold a farmer. The verdict means the electric first conviction of ts kind in Medina county. The jury returned its fter deliberating seven hours rfl np nd 30 excluding the Ifimiftl' 10 I FCSS out and 24 minutes it took out or lunch and another 18 min- tes taken when it asked for ad- itional instructions They first slatted talking at o'clock this afternoon. At' tonight they still were de-j berating. Killinger has pleaded innocent 1 y reason of insanity to a first egree murder charge for shoot-1 ng Harold a Medina i armer. He will be 18 tomorrow j The six men and six eemed particularly concerned ver Killinger's sanity Fifty-three minutes after the urors received the they sked Common Pleas Judge Vindsor E. Kellogg to further larify what constitutes legal in- anity. They resumed delibera- ions after he supplied help on he question. pointing to Jaycees who had conducted they declared the campaign will continue. Those who registered at the city schools and fire sut'ons last night will soon be classified for their abilities then assigned to units ot the defense organization headed by Cecil Daniel. Should the defense unit ever be called into each regis- trant will already by trained for his post. The headed by Rob- ert said tion cards will be available for week or ten days at many public places while em- Plr Adoption OfTaitDeal' President Not Depressed Republican Gains Nov. President Truman de- clared with chin out- that he's going to keep right on pressing for adoption of his whole as long as he is president. j j j u He brushed off the Republican The tall defendant testified he election gains as BormVal in a a led 23.ycar.old Haro id M a s t lnon.prcsidential year and sald with a shotgun on Oct. 5 in a they him w even NEW Nov 16 Russia's Jacob A. Malik served notice today he will veto a six power demand that Communis China pull its troops out ot Ha Korean war immediately. Con fronted with that United States read to the se-J curity council President Tru-1 man's statement that the U. S.j never had any intention of send- ing troops into China. plot with Max not what he said he committed the crime in to Page Egypt Seekitg To Cantel Pact With Britain ployers will also make be asked available eting injunctions. Only one outbreak of violence was reported during the at booing pick- ets scuffled momentarily with police escorting non-strikers into a Western Electric Co. plant. There were no arrests or in- juries. With wage talks between the big equipment subsidiary of the Bell system and the CIO Com- munication Workers of America still the company moved to broaden a pattern of anti-picketing injunctions A hearing was set tomorrow on an application of the Bell Tele- phone company of Pennsylvania a court ban on picketing in scene of picket line battles Tuesday and Wednesday. Similar moves were pending in New Jersey. In addition to picketing bans already granted in four states and numerous major cities and a new injunction was imposed today in S D For President Nov. 16 Senator Robert Taft was for president of the Not all of the cards were turn- ed into the committee in charge last night. As soon as they are they will be classi- fied for hobbies and location The cards will then be turned over to leaders of the city-wide organ-1 ization. j Training will be started as i soon as sufficient members are1 Malik attacked the U S role in Korea and the Far East once said the resolution was based on illegal council decisions and he would vote against it. There were reports tonight that the backers of the in- cluding the U.S might not press for a vote immediately in view of a certain Sox let veto The council adjourned until 3 p. m EST tomorrow to continue argument over the Korean ques- tion. pected. The president said he'll pre- sent his fuU program to the 82nd congress-when cotxvsssa in January this fn the iacfc ol GOP claims that the was killed by the Nov. 7 tion. But he told his first news con- ference since the election that he has decided againt calling con- gress back in advance of tbe INOV. 27 date it set for itself. There won't be time. Mr. t. government to- j Korean war i kU KCL a rwujLcau waa day challenged the validity m for presentation the Egyptian-British d e f e n s before Nov treaty of 1936 and pledged can-' Before to domestic af- cellation if Britain does not Mr Truman read a from the pledging this country 'take honorable to oVJVJIl a3 u __ assigned to squads or groups be-i limited OOXCF o rMtv fpct is arranged i J fore a city test is arranged I Interest apparently lagged in GlppLc many parts of the while in OCeKfc others the registrations were brisk. Westview school and For- est avenue fire station were afnong the busiest places during the three hours registrations were being accepted. Ky.f Nov Carmine lac'obuccl Cincinnati 1 filed suit in circuit court today for as a result of an automobile accident on the Central bridge here last March 27. He alleges his automobile was struck by a truck owned by the American News Cin- cinnati A car owned by Jay E. McFarland and driven by his Triplet Brothers To Enter Army DAYTON. 0 Nov. 16 Some top sergeant is going toJThomas. also was involved in'ooo. Canal zone The threat was made in a for- mal speech from the read keep the spreading by Premier Nahas Pasha for where Korean war to China or from else- King Farouk I at the opening ofi Mr. Truman told a parliament. questioner that Secretary of It marked the first time an Egyptian government has State Acheson is going to keep his job period. Acheson has dally pledged before parliament ibeen a prime target of Repub- to denounce the treaty crjtiCS Of the administra- ally if Britain does not agree f0reign and many to Egypt's longtime demands demanded his resignation. withdrawal of the troops and transfer of the Anglo-Egyptian Postpone Strike Nov. 16 OB which serviced'.Television performers today allied armies throughout the j made a qualified pledge to with- Middle East in World War any strike for at covers about acres It least two as efforts con- is now staffed by 40.000 army to end the threat ol a and civilian twrsonnel. The radio-TV walkout of the buildings and facilities In the TV phase of the wage son. Jay C. Fort has been estimated at George aisn involved in'fwi tive secretary of the AFL Tele. have a tough time with the name line lacobucci and they also were named de Kramer fendants Cause of the trouble are the j bucci said in the suit lhat Kramer tnpletts Fred ates a rocery store and' and Henry who will be m- quantitv of merchandise ovtrvk-tf Teachers Return ducted into the in network officials t nati Dec. 13 That's just one it Of in. WOODSFIELD. O.. advertising week before their 22nd birthday.- received in thp teachers at neat by proposais recelvea m Tn ington public srhool returned to _ mppt The sons of Mr. anri Santa To Help Judge Floats When Santa Claus arrnes Monday evening for the big parade he will help select the prize-winning floats that will be in the parade so ef- forts are being made to get more floats lined up for the big event About a dozen floats have already been pledged but sponsors of the celebration are hoping some of the in- dustrial plants will enter the contest Robert Schuster man is in charge of floats for the pa rade thev want to train together vier Press club todaj. lin-the states But if sent they prefer to be sepa- who are just the kind of They are carpenteis lor a rnn- American we need as president of this country Brink made a speech in pre- senting the senator with a gold pen and pencil set in behalf of The the club Senator Taft is a mem- ber the organization c o mpany their father. ington public their desks today after a half- day strike protesting the arrest of their principal Ivan Miracle the was held to the grand jury on an assault anri batten charge bv Mr and Mrs secretary vision said the performer members would stay on the job at least untfl after new peace talks Saturday. Deferment of the strike he was taken to allow network officials to confer with les concerning The move came after a meeting today. Fire Knocks vOut Teletype Service PITTSBURGH. Nov 94 Drowned As Crowded Ferryboat Overturns Thursday's Yugoslavia. 16 ____................._ American forces have suffered said their son. a total of announced cas- was punished Bell ualties in the Korean a MirHacle pleadpd lnnorent at a Aiding late today knocked defense department before Mavor Rajmond gjj aH news teletype service in showed today. and was released under Pittsburgh other western The figures covered casualties bond Pennsylvania points 1 A company spokesman said the fire developed in the eleva- tor housing on the 21st floor. The blaze did little damage but the spokesman said water poured on the fire seeped down OHIO- Partly cloudy and rath- next ofkin had a t n r H a v in'rrpasinff'that announced a week does howeve- cover all White In Arctic NEW YORK. Nov 16 12 2pm I p m A crowded ferry- boat broke loose from its rabies on the river Sava yesterday. overturned and drowned 94 per- sons. It was one of worst domestic tragedies in re- C7s Sported by the news agency the acci- jdent occurred on the river near n-d be h the village of Oraslf where the VISILE ruer divides the Yugoslav publics ol Bosnia and si turn. m H p m 10 p m 12 Mirtnltm is scien- ZAHtSYlUE SKIES TODAY Sunset 11 p 1 23 i Moon the casualties to Nov 10 because on occasions weeks elapse before the next of kin is notified Australlan explorer and The latest list showed including 4 049 froi 627 marine 49 navy an 7rmy and T3 air force. today Joseph into the floor below and knock- Equipment under the water- and covered to protect 2 a CHRISTMAS SAVINGS Nov 13 teleeramTrom' O.. Nov here will an all-time Edmonton. Alberta re- 5tate Department of liquor record amount to Christmas sav- ported that Wilkins had control today reported a net prof- mgs account holders this sea-tSOme bones in his upper for the year to son The payment is'smri bad been taken to a hospital 'date and a net profit of fvl per cent last year's. iNo other details were oetween Sept. 3 and Sept U   

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