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March 11, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Restriction Oq, Travel Of Russians In United States Has High Nuisance Value But In Reality Will Not Mean Much By JAMES MARLOW Washington -OT- This country tin liven Russia a dose of pain- ln-th«-neck medicine, strictly a tit-Jor-tat home rpmedy, and a very mild one at that. The U. S.. government yesterday put restrictions on travel by Russians In this country because the Russians long ago restricted, travel by Americans in Russia. The American order is more nuisance than anything else. Asked if he thought it would be a hardship on the Russians here, a State Department official said: "Hardly, when you remember Ihere are about 90.000 American Communists running around loose in the United Slates, willing to do whatever the Russians want." Restrictions on American travel in Russia.are a little stiffer. Whole areas and cities are on the prohibited list. Americans can't travel to those places under any circumstances. Otherwise, the Russian' restrictions work like .this: Americans are limited to traveling within 25 miles of Moscow. But, if an American wants to -go anywhere--he simply notifies the Russian foreign office of his intention. He buys his ticket, by rail or plane, and at the end of the 48 hours goes. The same State Department official says an American following this procedure is seldom denied the privilege of going where . he wants, .within the prescribed limits; Watched By Police Needless to say, any American school girls band will provide music. Mrs. J. C. Parks, Mrs. Ethel Riddle, and Mrs. G. C. Bidwell will be hostesses 16 the Study Club Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Parks. Mrs. R. A. Barnes and Miss Ollie Barnes spent the weekend at of the Oak Grove While here he was Springdale with Autry Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Dutton . spent Sunday afternoon with her husband, a patient at the Fayotteville Veterans Hospilal. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Higgall have returned from two weeks in Victoria and other parts of Canada. Mrs. Ursula Lillard, who is leaching at Stilwell, *"*' Okla was Mi mick traveling anywhere in Kussia well tailed by the secret police. . The net effect, is a pain in the neck to westerners in Russia, besides keeping them out nf those many prohibited areas. . Yesterday the U. S. told the Russians most of them in this country can't travel 25 miles beyond Washington or New York without notifying t h e . State Department 48 'hours in advance. Except for military installations or secret projects, which-are off limits to everyone else anyway, i .this restriction isn't much of a restriction. Mostly it's a nuisance.' You can see why: Say a Russian in Washington .wants to go to Chicago or Salt Lake City. He notifies the State Department 48 hours ahead of time. At the end of that time he goes, unless the State Department says he can't. It's not expected to do that very often. Whether or not Russian's traveling in the U. S. are tailed by the FBI is a secret of the State Department and the FBI. Yesterday's order applier to trie Rusiian diplomatic staff and their families.in..Washington and New York and to Russian representatives of Tass and Amtorg, Russian news' and purchasing agencies here, «nd their families.. American employes of Tass are unaffected. About 114 Soviet citizens and their dependents, attached to the United Nations in New York; are cxcepted. Their presence in this country is covered by a separate freaty of the United Nations. So this American retaliation ·gainst the Russians isn't too painful. r. and Mrs. Kenneth McCor- and children of Sallisaw, Okla., spent the weekend with Mr. McCormick's mother, Mrs. D. N McCormick. Sgt. and Mrs. W. R. Richmond Of Lawton, Okla., arrived Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Thompson. Cpl. George K. Suggs is on maneuvers at Camp Hood, Texas. Mrs. Suggs is staying at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hylar. Republican Convention At Magnolia Scheduled Magnolia, Ark.-(^)-Republicans will hold the first of their six district conventions here Wednesday. Supporters for three GOP presidential candidates --.Eisenhower, Taft and Stasseh -- will speak at the meeting, In an effort to name the Fourth district's one delegate. Each district elects one, delegate, lo the national convention and four additional delegates will be elected at the state convention in Little Rock April 25-26. Springdale Pvt. Charles Donaldson · of Springdale has been awarded the Purple Heart for wounds received in action while serving with the 45th Infantry Division in Korea. He received the award while recuperating at the 382nd ·n«n on Mnple Drive, Tu«id«y night at 7:30. Tht Veterans of Foreign Wars posts and auxiliaries of District No. 1 met at Uecalur Sunday afternoon. Several mcmberi from Springdile attended. ' Pfc. -James Lewis Looklngbill who has been stationed, at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, 'Texas, left Monday for Germany. He was home recently and visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J C Lookingbill ' community, honored with a farewell party. Robert Smith, son of Mrs. Grace Smith, arrived home Satu r d a y . t o spend a 14 day leave. He will report back to Camp Stoheman, Calif. From there he expects to be chipped to Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gate of Springdale visited Mr. Gate's sister, Mrs. Bill Simmons and family, at Lawton, Okla., Sunday. They were, accompanied by Miss Helen Scarborough of Springdale. Mrs. Albert Hough was i charge of the story hour held the Springdale public librai Saturday morning. The tjme spent in story telling and playin records. Also a few games wcr played. It is believed that th attendance will increase wHe the weather is warmeri NCXTHWtsr ARKANSAS C1MIS, roycltavillt, Arfconio*. Tueidoy, March II, 19SJ .1 HONEYMOONING IN THE ALPS Mr. and Mrs. W. A. and son, Eddie, of Hardiste Thcodtor Drive, spent the weekend wit Mr. Hardislcr's brothcr-in-la and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jamc N. Perkins and daughter, Jammi Sue, at Eureka Springs. Larry DeWeese and Walte, Turnbow, employees of the Stecle Canning Company left Monclaj night to attend the fanners wholesale convention in Chicago this week. They will return the last of the week. The Washington - M a d i s o n County Association will meet the Caudle Avenue Baptist Churcn Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Lucien Coleman will be one of the speakers. Dinner will be served at the noon hour. Baptist preachers of Northwest Arkansas met in Fayettcville Monday for a meeting in regard to the revivals to be held April 6 through 13. Dinner was served to the ministers at the noon hour. The pastor of the First Christ- Ian Church, the Rev. I. J. Ker- rlck, will bring special messages leading up to Easter which deal General Hospilal near Osaka, Ja- pan.i Since that lime he has been transferred to the · United - States for more medical treatment. The Keystone Sunday School Class of the First Church met Friday Methodist night for Prairie Grove Members of the Future Homemakers of American chapter here attended the state FHA co'nven- tion at Little Rock Saturday. Attending from here were Mrs. Bill Lasiter. chapter sponsor; Camilla and Kathryne Bidwell Nancy Kranccs and Marjorie Garrett Barbara Patrick, Anile Tunnell, Sue McKenzle, Shirley Curtsinser, Joy Cross, Mary Lee McKec, LaVonne Phillips and Mary Prater They traveled in school buses driven by Neal Cosby and Jack Ditmar. The United Council of Church a prayer Women will conduct .. ..._,_. service at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Presbyterian Church. The Rev. J. B. Stephens , will speak" on "Christ, Our Hope." The high GOT A COLD for last symptomatic RELIEF dinner. Several guests were present. Radford Greenway is the teacher of. the class. A social hour followed the dinner. ,Mr. anfl Mrs. Clyde Wallis and son, Clyde Derrick, of Buford, Ga., who have been visiting Mrs. Wallis' mother Mrs. P. W. Boone, and her brother, Sandy Boone and family, on Wayland Avenue, left Monday morning for Dallas, Texas, where they will visit Mr. Wallis' family. They will return to Springdale Thursday for another week's visit. The Lutheran Womens Missionary League sponsored a benefit supper Friday night. Proceeds will go toward building a mission chapel at Eureka Springs. The .building of the mission cha'pel is a project of the Arkansas West- Tennessee zone of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League, of which the Springdale Church is a member. , The Rev. William Ludwig, p a s t o r of the local church, has also served Eureka Springs for a number of years. Mrs. Walter Bird, Mrs. H. F. Biebeich, Ms. Harold Whitcridge and Mrs. Don Struebing -were in charge' of the supper. Bob Weiss, gunner's mate the United States Navy, is spending a 30-day delay enroute with his sister, Mrs. James Greathousc and family on West Emma Avenue. He' will go from here Indian Head, Md., where he will attend an ordnance disposal school, · Ross Holiman, Jimmic Smith, Jimmie J a m es o n and Clyde Karnes, representatives of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, arc in Springdale helping local business firms prepare listings for the yellow pages of the new telephone directory which will be issued in May. The Winsome Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of their class teacher, Mrs. Leslie Buch- wilh the' last There will be gram by both days of Christ. visitation pro- women and the men of the church and April 6 will be Decision Day. A week of special preaching will follow concluding on Easier Sunday. Three cottage prayer meetings will be held each week Jor the next lour weeks. Hlti Entertainment Los Angelcs-(/P)-The president of the' National Congress of Parents nnd Teachers declared yesterday that movies, television and comic books are largely to' blame for childre.) being unable'to learn in school. HONtrMOONtftl Michael Wilding and l.iz rnylor art jliuwn in Alnru D'Huez In French Alps. The hnllywnud stnr married the British octur In London recently following plane (light (rom U. S. tlntcmaliunalj Argentine Capital Named By Early Sailors In Gratitude KM* ·» with tat unn»-nd "·· TIMES d*U. (This is one of n scries Ed Van- devcnler'of Faycltcville is writing about his trip through South America.) By ED VANDEVENTEH Buenos Aires--At !; ls l' 1 have earned how this captivating city on the River Plate got its name. The story interested me very nuch; I hope it will not bore you I k n e w enough Spanish lo un- Jersland lhal the words "Buenos Aires" were the plural for "good ifr." But why such n name for a ity whose temperature so;irs to he equivalent of 112 and 114 de- ,rees the way we record wenlher --and during our June. J u l v and August days become very cold' 1 My well educated, widely read, ristocratic friend who owns three normoUK ranches in the Pampas, old me Ihe story over R glass of rightfully expensive brandy im- orted from" Alsace. It seems t h a t the mariners about 530, before leaving in their siiil- ng vessels from Spain, would pray cforc the stntue of Santa Maria uon Airc. They pleaded for the saint to give them "good air" ;ts they roamed the then uncharted seas. Silling Wn Riikr Crossing the oceans in small ships which depended on winds to K ropel their sails was a bit more azardous than ocean travel today, when the 80,000-ton queen of the waves named after her majesty, Elizabeth, makes her trips. When I there was a lull a sailing vessel might drift aimlessly for a month wondering if fresh water and food would last until port was reached. So when the crew left Spain hoping to reach t h e southeast Atlantic side of South America, prayers were said to the saint. A promise was made that the landing place would be named utter her, if favorable winds prevailed during the long and tedious voyage. As in many cases the words gol m!$ed up and f i n a l l y became plural -- "juenos Aires -- for good air. '"Gringo" From A Song . That's no more confusing than the origin of the word "gringu" often given to anyone from the United Stales whu acts a bit nutty. The natives refer to h i m as "that gringo loco"--"that nvizy gringo." · British sailors, on shore leave ·it Panama before the canal was :huj. used to sins "The Green Grass Grows All Around, All I Around." Panamanian natives, not | mowing how lo speak or until, stand English, interpreted "BIT grass" ns "gringo" and appli hat t i t l e lo all persons who d Hit speak Spanish The word w idoptcd all over Centra! ai oulh America and even in part ortli America--the Republic Mexico. 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