Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 3, 1952 · Page 1
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Thursday, January 3, 1952
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fMNMK MTOriST · THI PMST CONCERN Of TIM NEWSPAPER ©me* Auocioted Prtii Uattd Wire AP, King and NEA Features /OWME fO, NUMMR 137 FayfUevlfle »nd vicinity doiH/ wllh frr.r/ing rain or snow tonlxHJ. T c m p - r n l u r j s 23 lr 21 dcjrccS. Tomono-.v partly cloudy with mm or mow in ihc forenoon, not mu:h change in temperature. Highways · lipf-cry, especially on bridges. Precipitation .11. High lempera- lino yesterday 31!; low 28; noon 1n:bv 3'. fAVETTEVIllE, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1, T952 PRICE HVI CINTS Three Are Injured In WrecksOnTwo Bridge Ice On Highway Causes Mishap Near City University Student In Hospital, May Be Seriously Hurt Ice-coated bridges were blamed j ^for three separate highway accidents last night in which three persons were injured--one perhaps seriously--within a few minules of each olhcr on Highway 71 south. Bobby D. Smith, 23, Springdale, a University student, suffered multiple leg and head | · lacerations, possible back and | chest injuries and shock when | the Jeep in which he was a pass- i engcr overturned at thc 'Town | Branch bridge south of the I Fayetteville Motel. ] Smith, who gave his residence as Terry Village, was taken to] Veterans Hospital in a Nelson's! ambulance. He remained in the' hospital tHis afternoon. | The driver of the Jeep. Thelston j D. Wallace, a University junior j from Hunlsville, was arrosled by cily police on a charge of rirunk"- en driving. In Municipal Court Ibis morning he pleaded guilly Seek Help For March Of Dimes charged ·enlen'ced to one day in jail. Wallace told police a third man Groups From Two Cities Will Meet At Dinner Sess on The proposed widening of High: way 71 between Fayetteville and i Springdale will be discussed at a i dinner session at Heinle's Steak I House on Highway 71 tomorrow | night starting at 7 o'clock. Mem- I bcrs of the Boards of Directors of j both the Fayetteville and Spring! dale Chambers of Commerce and j members of Highways and Transportation Commitlccs will altend. Orval Faubus, secretary to Gov. Sidney McMath and former high- j way commissioner from this dis- ! trict, will attend the mooting. i A good deal o( discussion con- i ' corning widening of stretch of; Highway 71 between Springdale 1 and Fayetteville has been heard! in thc past, and thc work once was j programmed. However, it is known ' t h a t at least one authority has Sim- j gestcd that the money which [ would be spent on this construe | tion be spent instead on securing, right o( way to the west of Fay. ' etlcvillc. by-passing Highway 7 1 . , It is expected that this mailer | will be broughl up for study at the d i n n e r meeting tomorrow | night, and the group present may decide to petition the governor I and the Highway Commission to ; nrocceri with plans for widening ; the prescnl highway. , The problem of obtaining r i g h t ' ' way for the second two l a n e s ' JUG thc present highway will be number o( Fayetteville residents yesterday helped lo prepare for | -c taken up. Under one proposal mailing hundreds of March of Dimes packets for the a n n u a l camnaign ! beard previously, Ihc two two Reds Want U.N. Council Jo Work On Korean Peace Even In California It Snows H i g h w a y -10 was closed and was fined $40 and j for l u n d s which opened yesterday and will continue through this i lan ? highways m'ishl be separated, o t r a f f i c because of deep m o w d r i f t s . Even railroad travel was t'lcd up in the vnsorA WOKI «torm 1 to one dav in lall. mnn h Thr. ,i;ir.l.-M c ,.,^,-n ,1,-n^-,,-,^ -,t 41... ~ r r : ..r ,,._ ^ ,_ ^ . _ , I w i l l some nrooer v fin (he nrncnnl M ' '" " lc s 1 -' 1 ^" 1 s V.orH I.IO1 m. monih. The packets were prepared al the office of thc Ozarks R u r a l w i l h somc P.TMl'erly on the present I --Electric Co-o]i. Corp., under the direction of Tom Snodgrass' of the ! h '?hwa.y "emf allowed lo remain! $46,325 Fire Loss Here In Year 1951 ·sked for a ride to Fayetteville Snot 'Sr;.ss and Bill Putman; center row, Miss Veronica Pianalto. Miss -" .from a nightclub. The man ap- "calllial Thomas, Mrs. Margaret Suttlc and Mrs. Pearl Trowhridge, n n Fayeltevilie suffered a $4(l.32n » - ' parcnlly left the scene, police said. !ront row, Fred Epsc and Donald Duncan. (Puska TIMT5SFOTO). « The Jeep overturned only a few minutes after two other mishaps occurred at almost the name time --about 9 o'clock--at a bridge ·outh of the city limits. A 1947 Ford convertible driven i-y Merl Alden Ballard, 18, Arkoma, Okla., going south, swerved on thc icy bridge at Baptist Ford Church and struck thc right side of the bridge, rolling to a halt. The | front of the Ford was badly smashed. Neither Ballard-nor^the olhcr occupants of the car, Margaret Ireland and James H. Jones, bolh ,of Forl Smith, were injured. Minutes later, Cecil Sageser. 20, Record Rush O Motorists Flood Offices To Buy Tags , . , · U. S. airman from Sarcoxie, Mo., traveling north in a 1940 Chevrolet, lost control of his machine on ^*tne same bridge. His r?.r missed the railiijg and plunged off the deep embankment on the east side of the highway, and into the river bed about 100 yards away. The top Santa Claus Is Newlywed By FLOYD CARL, JR. Down at the state Revenue Department in the courthouse they arc having trouble. waiting on customers as revenue officials report the largest number of early- Marshall. Mo.-M')-San(.a Clausj SM v""JjTM nse s . al .?j '" h ; sl ° r y-. with the Christmas Revenue Bureau fi'ii r* · Mill Firing Number Sacked Or Suspended Washington-M'J-President Truman's, proposal-for a "nweeplng- reorganization" of tlic scandal-scarred Internal Revenue Bureau got a cautious reception on Capitol Hi " *°day. With government cor- lish on the way, found time to get m a r - i ngton. '.'In addition to the reorganiza- fire loss d u r i n g 1951 in 249 fires inside lhe city limits. Properly exposed to damage by fire was estimated al SI.130,700 by insurance underwriters. These figures were part of t h e Fire Department's a n n u a l report, submitted to the City Council last night. In a l l , (iremen were called on to fight 2!)5 fires d u r i n g tbc year, but 46 of (he bla/.cs wcrc outside the city limits. Figures on the property exposed and fire loss in rural were not complied. Cars Offers Problems New Orleans -(/I 1 )- Sandy King, nine, is anxious lo l i q u i d a t e her Sugar r)ovvl parking concession. Sandy rented parking space in thc driveway o( her home at $] per car to motorists attending Ihc nnarby football game between Maryland- nnd-Timnrasce' on New- year's d a y . Nine drivers re- rra azes were no c o m p e , i ,,,,.,, ,, . . . . ,, ,,-Inside, the corporate limits, .16 | f 1 " ""* · V ? " romplly ', Tllc residences caught fire d u r i n g the P"' h ' I ' ri " 1 ' S ''" d Z »'*«$ » ?"« ught year, and nno pcrsniV riferl as the j rnsult of a fire. Ninetrrn alarms j resulted frnm fives in business j houses, and 15ft grass fires were extinguished, l a r g e l y without proocrt.V loss. Thirty-five cars caught fire during the year, two power company ; time for him Tuesday night. Mrs. Migcl King, Sandy put in last night, all her mother, said another long wait he car Is Storms Lessen In The West 21 Marooned Men Are Rescued . BT The Western crawllm o u l ' f r o m uridcr Iht paralj-sls of, a thrce-dny snowstorm and sub-zero . Ipell tint marooned 'motorist!, 'lied up rail I r a f f l c and look three lives In Colorado. i:t»le« today were ' 1%0 two-door Ian Mercury w l ' h Twn others were reported mine- - ,.. _ _ , _ ..,, Tennessee license. Sandy s u r e ' '"* "fter ln e cab nl a semi-trailer mcnt of all the great powers. 'Propose Chiefs Of State Meet For Discussions Plan Of West Is Hotly Denounced By Vishinsky P;irls-f/Vi-niifsi;i railed May for ,1 top kvel Security Council meeting to help bring about an i r m i i t i e r In Korea. I h c round) meeting would be c:il fed u N d P r article 2fl of Ihfi U. N. i:h;u'U.T which authorizes government* in semi their chiefs nf .sliitp or foreign ministers «s Helpmates to council meet inc.'!. The MiRqrstimi was contained in n Soviet resolution submitted today as a counter proposal (n an I I-nov.-rr d r a f t cnllintc for I h e U. N. in srt up new anlf-agRrn.-:- sion machinery. The Soviet propnsnl was made In Ihr fill-nation Political Committee a f t e r Russia's Visblnfiky dennunccd the western d r a f t n$ a plan which could lend only it) war, He told the committee the western. American - sponsor?/! proposal bolls down to sanction.* --in other words, war. In an apparent attempt to scarp off any small pnwrr support for thr new collective measures pro* pnsnta. Vishlinky worned that "the morning a f t e r thr night before is going to be a p a i n f u l one" for thnrm t a k i n g part (n the scheme. He praised the Swedish dolecatc, Allan Vought. for Dip laltcr'a speech yesterday in which Vouaht expressed fcur that a U.N. rollee- tlvc security program might call on the nmnU nations to agree in advance to take part in a war between the great powers. "That is the correct Inference,* 1 Vishinsky Hectored.. ?. The security pUn, Intruding' by aXiwtfpo*, ,, WQuULttU $n- r£ Kinnal groups such as tho* North Atlantic- Treaty Organisation to send thrtr forces to any part of the globe where aggression threaten*. Vishinsky *;iid U.N, collective measures were possible under the charter, but only with the agree- would like to sec the driver. \Vcbt Fork bridge on East 16 last night. The wrecks were reported , by a passerby some time after j they occurred. Sheriff Bruce Crider said the drivers involved did not report the accidents and that both cars had been move;) when he investigated Freezing Rain To Continue Molorisls will do well to stay off highways in Northwest ..Arkan- »as unless it Is necessary that they travel. That was the word of Weather Observer J. Frank Prince and police officers here today. Prince said thai more freezing rain is due tonight, along wilh snow, and tomorrow morning will see continued inclement weather. There 'will be little temperature change, he forecast, but cautioned thai highways, especially bridges, will be slippery. The lowest temperature recorded this morning was 26 degrees ·bove 'zero, and it was 3(1 today ·t noon as a freezing rain fell. Hlghesl temperature in the last 2-J hours was an even 32 degrees. Filed Against Mother Jonesboro, Ark.-(/P)-Chargcs first degree murder were filed forces many car and truck owners lo po t h r o u g h - t w o linos in; stead of the usual one. P'ive extra employes were hired suspended since the last official announcement, which covered 1hc first 10 months of last year. This made the total for the year I6fi, sheriffs deputies at Cash Uk salos i l l v o l v n K tags for vehicles II r p.ulJ yeHcrday. Deputies Ode C a n l r c l l ! ' or w h i c h t i l l c is in tllc owner's U.I, DdlllC . _ . and Wcs Moncyhan said she toldi n a m e A f t c r P a Pers are filled out _ . them she had shot her husband to! °- v t h c 'J'Pists. the owners enter i KCclCD 10j./J7 dealh in his sleep Tuesday night.I a sccnnrt I i n c to obtain the a c t u a l ! She sairt her husband, Claude 1 lafis Jack Arndcr. 5!), bad beaten her! Motorists w i t h new every day for almost 10 years, a n d ! co ""- v n » rchas «l used ings. Hural grass fires endangering property or lives resulted in 13 alarms, and city equipment was called on nine times to save barns, brooder houses and other f a r m buildings. In addition, firemen went outside thc city limits four times on car. truck and oil fires, and re- snondcd to one alarm involving a drowning. In all, f i r p apparatus traveled 1,130 miles d u r i n g the year, and t worked a tolal of 121 hours. An Washin^lon-M^-Announccd U. I average of 21 men reported to thc Prisoner Exchange Plan Turned Down By Reds Minium. knrea-f/P)-The Communists today turned down an Allied plan for exchanging war prisoners and civilians as "no more than a barter of slaves." But- a U. N. negotiator *aid he "rejected the categorical rejection of the Reds." North Khrcan Maj. Gen. *Lcc Sang 1 Cho said he wanted no part of the Allied plan because it was battle casualties in Korea I scene of each fire, and counting - - . .. . cars a n d l reached 103,739 today, an increase I men who reported to dtfty sta- ..... ---- - , that he had beaten her and threat- !;" Jtom ° ljiles ""(_ debl-frcc receive] of 321 since last week. The DC- died her life Tuesday. '""" "' " ' " ' ~I lass al a I manner. Both mother and son wore _ _ bound to Circuit Court by M u n i t i - j * pal Judge Foster Clark. They! Quake K f U In Mcvico I window in thc usual | fcnse Department's weekly summary based on notifications to (amilics through last Friday rc- | ported: Killed in action 15.879. were released undor bonds. i . Mexico City-MVA short e a r t h - crease of 75: wounded 75,080, an u-nin.1 i n i , i i quake swayed Mexico City build- i increase ol 2B7; missing 12,780, a · J i n i h i S i TM n - 'is-' early today but many per- decline of 21. Stockholm Sweden -m- Prince | sons slept through the temblor.! W i l h c l m . B/^hrtuher of Sweden s The observatory sa id the t e m b l o r ' Moscow-WVThe Soviet chcmi- Pri Fayetteville Residents Injured In Accident Springdale-(Special)-Mrs. Wil- litm E. llodncll and Mrs. John B. Davis of Fayctlcville wcrc injured, neither believed seriously, this morning on Highway 68 near here when the car in which they were r e t u r n i n g from Siloam Springs struck a bridge. T h e y were taken lo the Washinglon County Hospital In a Callison- Slsco ambulance. An attending physician reported Mrs. Kodnotl probably would return to her hnme this -evening, but that Mrs. Davis suffered an injury to a knee and would remain In thc hospital for a few days. Little Rock-(/P)-Thc Arkansas ''arole Board yesterday (rrflNed -aroles to 4fi convicts and rec- ·nmcnded thai Ciovcrnor McMath ml two furloughs and six com- 'atlons of sentence. di'^ik^'e?' | V ' ' t | W!1 M injui '. ci i "PParently was centered a b n i l l : cal industry announced todav in slightly cMcrday a f t e r the car he 200 miles southeast of Mexico c i t y was driving struck a stone · - · " - · - - - ' ·" telegram sent to Premier Stalin d r'n, V blind'i'n, V o T ,," A I T " 1C ""'" " f Xochrl l .:..l»,»TM anrt P'""*««1 TM all front pag s during a blinding snowfall. A where many of Mexico's qual-s that it n«d f u l f i l l e d or exceeded woma^occupant was _killed. occur. ] ^^ o^.olas by DecembJ; 3n Fulbright Group To Watch Changes At RFC was swept off snow-packed Wolf Creek Pass In Southwestern Colorado In a snow slide. Reacuer.,- last night saved. 21 men marooned for more t h a n five days In lll.noo-fooi Cumbres Pass on the Colorado-New Mexico .border. They were reported in good condition. Kastrrn New Mexico, most nf West Texas and Ihc south plains clorm. Poland Seeks To Barter Goods For Iranian Oil "simply and solely on a onc-for-1 Tehran, Iran-f/Pj-l'oland put out j one exchange." The Reds want I a feeler yesterday lo see If f :hc' an a l l - f o r - a l l Irade. Rear Adm. R. E. Libby said t h a t was the end result of tbc Allied plan. Me refused to accept thc Red rejection because they "either misunderstood our proposal or they arc'deliberately misinterpreting it in order deliberately to obscure the issues." Libby indicated Lee micht he waiting for new instructions. New Jersey Employes Asked For Suggestions lions at the fire bouses, 0.075 men were called to fires. Stassen To Challenge Tail In Ohio Primary ' Washineton-M'HIarold E.'Stas- ., ... sen announced today he w i l l enter I Trenton. N. .I.-MV.N'ow .li-rscy i cation here to l a l h over such a primary contests | n Ohio,. I'ciin- | "liened today a jackpot "suKRestion ' deal. D r i l a i n has - w a r n e d she Bodies Of Air Crash Victims Removed Phoenix, Ariz,-!/P)-Bod I ts of. eight of thc 28 persons killed Sunday In the crash nf an Air Force' C-47 wcrc removed yesterday · area of Texas wcrc hit by an ice ' ' rom :)n Arizona mountainside and taken to a mortuary in Mesa, 16 miles east of Phoenix. The eight bodies carried down the side of 7,000-font Ai-mcr Mountain 65 miles northeast of Phoenix were those which could be most easily removed. Three days are expcclr" lo pass before all arc brought out. Airmen, aided by Arizona cov- boys. - found thc mangled, bodies among thc wreckage of the twin- enginc plane. The victims were 10 West Point cadets, (our crew members and five other military passengers. A team of experts from Wright Patterson Air Force Uasc in Ohio arrived here late last night to aid could strike up a barter for I r a n i a n oil. Thc t e n t a t i v e bid reportedly Involves a h a l f - m i l l i o n tons of fuel. Ka/imicr/. SmiKannwski, Polish minister to Iran, called on Premier Mohammed Mossadcxh l a deal whereby Poland w Iran m a n u f a c t u r e d and processed Fn"identification!'" fioods in cxchanKc for oil. It was i . . not explained how Ihc oil would j x · I n i c he transported from .Iran to | I HOI UOtC iCt r °Snd is lhe second Communist j Tw0 ' *Y C i r C u i t land to appioach Iran for oil. I Circuit Judge Maupln to tliscysi would give Czechoslovakia is sending a dele- Cum- syhani? and Minncso^i in his bid (or the Republican presidential nomination. Slasscn reported he has deij'led j"" w; ' y ' "' Increase efficiency and to (jo into Ohio because he l.'Tls ] cTMi""iw_ in slsitc covernmcnt. t h a t Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, " also a candidate for the GOP nomination, has challenged him in Pennsylvania and Minnesota. Mas- rnintifi yeiUcrday set January 10 as trial date for Arnold F. Clark and Preston K. Davis, both charged box" for its stale employes. K m - ; would consider any I r a n i a n oil I with burglary and grand larceny ploycs will K el from-$10(1 to s.Vjo | sales illegal u n t i l the settlement in the robbery of the J. B. White in cash award..- for siiRgrslinns of her dispute with Iran over na- I Store at Farmlnj-ton December 25. t i n n a l i z a t i o n of thc British-owned Anglo-Iranian Oil Company. Washinglnn-MVWha! is hap- I up job resulting from the Senate pening at the much-investigated j subcommittee's charges t h a t tin | sen is a former governor of M i n - j did reach Rukowski's desk, praised nesota. In order In become a can- i the Chicago banker's q u a l i f i c a - d i d a t c for the presidential nomi- Plumbing Code Included In New Ordinance Adopted; Council For 1952 Takes Over Both men.' accused of taking about 550 worth of merchandise from the store, pl-adcd not guilty when arraigned-. Bank .Statement' Callrd Washington-lflVThe comptroller of the currency today Issued B ·all for a slatcment nf condition agcncy. Symington is reported In have asked President Truman for . comment on. reports thai not u n t i l ington has made no secret t h a t he yesterday did he receive from Mr. | hopes to be relieved of his duties Slfl8.(i4(l,(JI8. I n t e r n a t i o n a l scirrnl plants In Arkansas. Hand said (hat olimalcd earn has. The new Council adopted a I five-member Board of Appeals lo c l o u d y lo P» rtl » eloudj ind not schedule ol charges for water; mrvc under terms of the rcccntl '"' connections and provided that all j adopted zoning ordinance The a personal lelter i n f o r m - 1 at the Rl-'C soon. The sudden that his resignation h a d ! W h i l e House acceptance of Bu- pcrmlsslnn tn resign and return to

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