Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 26, 1952 · Page 6
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 26, 1952
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4 . MOJTHWBT AHaUNSAI HMH, f«y«H*v.aa., AfHnn««. W*dnM«y, March M, IfS2 Boy f Pinned Beneath Burning Tractor In Oklahoma, Dies ^Durtln, OklH.-WI-Servlccj were Mid «t Duetln today for Richard Dlle ; Foreman who died Monday beneith a b'urnlns farm tractor ,ifler kitting his younger brother ·fpodbye. ' ·'Forerun, 1*( ' n(1 hl " brother,. O)*ndeU,"ll were riding oh n tractor, when H swerved, ovcr- .tufnea 1 , and hurst into flumes. Glendell. was- thrown clear, but fcicn'iro 1 , th» driver, was pinned Underneath. .The younger boy tried to 'free. hU : brother,'hut couldn't lift the ,flame-«wept machine. He save jjp.--i.nd' begin beating at the .fl5mM./'With. his coat In a des- perate effort to put out the fire. Richard called to Glcndell, told him to kiss him goodhye, and then Mid he should stand bnck as far as he could. Richnrd died before rescuers could put out the fire. A passer-by, Hofcoe Sncll, also of Duslln, attempted lo free him by jacking up the tractor, but the jack sank-Into the soft, hot earth. Snell run for help and n group of neighbors tried to pry Richard free with fence potts. But their efforts were' also unsuccessful. The boys aro the sons of Mr. and Mrs, Richard Foreman, Route 1,' Dustln. Trader In Game Has World As Territory, GeU Otters, Seeks What He's After - BrtiS«e!i-W)-Tho.'o's 'no Iron Curtain In Jan Peeler's, business. He's » "trader in game" whose activities-are world-wide, unhampered by .cold ,W»TJ and differences in. political ideologies.. Peelers', a transplanted. Dutch- Man,, toasts there Isn't a 100 in Turope. from Moscow to Ijindon, from Stockholm to Marseilles, where he hasn't rold na animal. : Hl$-trade' isn't'limited by reR- Ulatlons on'itratefilc matcrlnl. He hw'hlsr own simplified way to .avoid currency -difficulties in Ir'sdlnn wilh .animal .'.oven in the Communist ..countries. ; ···. , "Ml ;deal« arc'handled .via the ·ragui Zbb," he-Mid, "I send ani- mals'to'them. They fend Lnimal.i Is ;n«. 1 just received three while bears from .Moscow. 1 shipped .them two pumas and SO monkeys." .. How does lie get his animals? ·winner n»r a»r ·* ·* f.»ll fen, BMIf-. ' . "ijtiullful Colon An F*r ·raUH. CLARK VENtrriAN ILIND * AWNING CO. SPY DEFENDANTS CAMERA-SHY 'Just like this," snid Peelers, showing n huge pile of letters with stamps from all over "You gel offers and you (jet re- j Hiiosls: You look for what you need arid sometimes you Kd more." Peelers was awnltjng u shipment of elephants from Thailand. "I urn also expecting two rhinoceroses from Africa. I have eight lions in a private wo in the Ardennes. On .the way from Bra7.ll 1 havo a real rarity, a black jaguar." India Supply Source 'Mention of Latin Auicrlca brightens . Peeler's eyes. " T h e y have real rarity there." India is another source of supply, mainly birds. . "In the season spring oml Bum- mcr,'' Peelers said, ' ; wc .handle from two to three thousand birds a week." "The main trade," he explained, "is with the exhibitors at county (airs. They use the birds In little lotteries. If you aro lucky, you can win a real live bird for five francs 10 cents. People like that." Peelers started animal trading 22 years ago In his native Tllbura In Holland. "They have a great specialty there--bird trading. That i the w»y 1 Blurted. It just happened like that. From birds tc monkeys and all the way to the heavier Bluff," Peeter» will buy, sell or trade any nnimal .anywhere, but he's CAMERA-SHY SPY defendant* Margarete Reyzck, II (left, behind guard), and Agnca von Hcyne, charged with ipylng In U. ». torn of Auitrla ui behalf of Communist Czechoslovakia, hid* their flees at trial in Salzburg, Auntrla. Intelligence agent, claim Czech-bom Margaret* RcyzcK headed a spy ring which spread over nearly all western Europe. These photos were made during trial of Mclnz von Silomon, 42, another spy defendant. Ihe women get separate trials, (International] APERITIF--Despite the hustle and bustle of the Parrt Agricultural ! Fair, les petiles cochons, fAjIcts), take time out for ·*· retr«ih- · - -..._.. ment." Iwma l» standing treat I secretive aboul current prices for a rhinoceros, a lion or ho"r much he might pny for a baby elephant or a full-grown giraffe. As foi snakes: "It depenfc on theii length." II Now, get My NEW l*-3 50,000 Miles NO Wear" Big Three In Stiff Reply To Russian Note Western Powers Hint At Tougher Policy'On Germany Washinjton -(/P)-T h e Western »wers gave evidence today of msning ahead with plans lo cement at much ol Germany is pos- ible to the Western world regard- ess of Russia's tactics. The toughened policy of the United SUtes, Britain and France was spelled out in a note sent to Moscow yesterday and made pubic : by the three nations last night. This 600-word declaration, re- ipondinj to a new Soviet proposal of March 10 to start work on a German peace treaty, did two :hlngs: . 1. It served notice on the Kremin that Western nations, in close cb-operatlon with the anti-Communist government of West Germany, are firml;' committed to tielng Germany in whole or in :art to a "purely defensive European community." · 2. It challenged the Russians to prove the sincerity of their declared interest in unifying Germany hy permitting a United Nations commission to go into the Soviet zone and find out what opportunity exists there for holding free elections. The Russians had proposed that a united Germany be permitted to revive its Army, Navy and Air Force. That was'the newest element in their note and was apparently forced by the impending defensive rearmament ol Western Germany. But the Big Three declared that such a national military force "would be a step backwards anc might jeopardize the emergence In Europe of a new era in which international relations 'n Europe would be based on co-operation and not on rivalry and distrust.' Proceeds From Picture Show To Disostcr Fund A picture show, with proceeds to RO to the torni-do disaster relic! fund, will be given starting at 11:15 p.m., Friday, Loris Stanlon Malco Theaters manager said today. The picture to be shown will be "My Blue Heaven," featuring Betty Grable and Dan Dailey. The relief fund will receive the money taken in at the show. 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"BUD" PAGE CONOCO SERVICE STATION College At Center GUN 10DWICK CONOCO STATION Okkson At Locust , Best in Lubrication BILL FRANKS CONOCO STATION Mill St. At Huntsville Rd. Motor and Chassis Steam PLAN OF ACTION-Graphl- cally portrayed above ii tht Mutual Security Agency's program for an eirly build-up of balanced collective forces in Europe, ilrong enough to deter ·Iireuion. Union Will Try To Organize Teachers In little Rock Little Rock-W)-An American Federation of Labor spokesman says the organization will try to unionize in Little Rock this month. Wade H. McKnight, secretary- treasurer of the Central Trades and Labor Council, said yesterday the move is the forerunner o[ a statewide campaign. The council represents AFL union locals in the Fifth congressional district. McKnight said he felt that AFL affiliation would be "a great thing for Arkansas teachers . . they are the lowest paid teachers in the United States." Superintendent of Schools Harry A. Little said that an annual school board meeting with teachers here today was not called to discuss unionization. It has been suggested that the move toward unionization by Little R o c k teachers is an outgrowth of their recent failure to obtain pay increases. The school board turned down I a request for a five percent hike this year, plus · 10 per cent raise next year and granted only i five per cent raise for next year. Although the metal nickel is idely distributed, there are only a fe'.v places where It is concentrated enough to be mined. DoiTI (Met Aa*tktr Miart. Nft matter how many rentdics you have tried for llchinf scmria, psoriasis. infection*, .athlett's foot « *hit.vtr vour ikin trouble niay a* -- anything from head lo foot-- WONDBl SALVE ·nd Wonder. Mfdicat«4 Eoap e*n help jm. Developed lor Ike n»js I" Ike Anoj-- now for yer fenis at home , WONDER SALVE Is white, irewtlm. , . antiseptic. No ugly appearance. Safe for children. Cet WONDER SALVE *nd WONDER ANTISEPTIC soft-mulls or. mon ulls or. money refunded. ..Truly nderful preparation.. TIT ttien.. Sold in F*r«itiTffl* or Quaker, Ricketti, and FirelteTllle Drug Siorn; or rour homelown druggist. Our Congratulations to Service Supply Company on their big Opening, and Best Wishes for their continued success. We Are Proud to Handle the CRANE LINE See Us For APEX DISHWASHERS AND WASHING MACHINES CRANE, FOWLER MISSION, DAY AND NIGHT HOT WATER HEATERS -- CRANE LINE BASEBOARD RADIATORS, AND CRANE, AMERICAN STANDARD AND BlGGS PLUMBING FIXTURES. Also Prompt, Efficient Plumbing Service Johnson Plumbing Heating Co. CORNER SPRING AND SCHOOL STS. PHONE 1060 41 I. CENTER cr cr OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL 9 P. M. PHONE 21 READ THE SHOPSMITH STORY--SATURDAY EVENING POST--MAR. 29 Wilh Vi-HP Motor 224.00 On Tarmn 10% Down. 12,40 Down -- 114 Monlhlr Rtod the jptcial featurt In th» March 29th litu« of lo Saturday Evening *oit, leorn how Shopimlth wot born and th* iucc«u of III dovtlopmtnt. Thon to* Ihli wondor tool demonstrattd in Wardt Hardwaro Dept. See why Shopimith tokei only V* th* tpdc* required by similar individual power tool Ml-upt and coiti about Vi at much. (1) Vertical Drill Pratt that drllli to center of 15" circle. (3) Big-copacity 8" Saw with effective table width of Jo In. · , (3) 12" Disc Sander with mor* than 113 sq. in.'bl surface. (4) Horizontal Drill Press, work area limited by your room, (5) Wood loth* with 33" between.centers and IS* twlng. Chang* from on* tool to anwh*r In less than · minute. SEE SHOPSMITH DEMONSTRATED IN OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT

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