Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1952 · Page 1
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THt PUIUC INTEREST V Hit FIRST CONCERN QT THIS NEWSPAPER Associated Cress Leased Wire AP, King and NEA Feature* VOLUME 90, NUMBER 227 FAVETTEVIILE. ARKANSAS. THURSDAY EVENING, APRIt 17, 19SZ IOCAI FORECAST-- Fayetteville ind vidnlty jurtly eloudy with tea tiered Jhowerj tonight and tomorrow, continued mild. High temperature, yeiterday 00; low 42; noon today 67. Sunrise 6:44; sunset 6:52. mnci FIVI CINTS Airman's Case May Be Taken To Mr. Truman Refusal To Fly Brings Sentence Oi Two Years Families To Defense Of Men Who Seek Ground Duty Peabody, Mass. - OP) - Family members of an airman sentenced to two years for refusing to fly say they will take the case to the president, if necessary. Lt. Verne Goodwin. 30, a native of Peabody. was sentenced yesterday to two years, dismissed frqm the service and ordered to forfeit his pay after a court-martial at Biggs Field, El Paso, Texas, found him guilty of insubordination. Goodwin's father, Roger Goodwin, president of the Peabody Times, said last night, "I expect the president to act unless some other high official rights this wrong." Lieutenant Goodwin's sister-in- law, Mrs. Lloyd Goodwin of Salem, said, "Verne refused to go up because his wife was expecting a baby and his flying jeopardized her health. It's the family's feeling that even if he has to serve the two years, the baby is worth it." . The lieutenant's wife gave birth to a son since his refusal to fly last December. Parker Collom of Los Cruces, N. M., the lieutenant's father-in- One Thing Leads To Another law, said he would be murdering his unborn child by flying during the pregnancy of his wife. Twice while Verne was making flights my- daughter had to be placed under a physician's care Because of the effect on her pregnancy," · Dinner Set For Lincoln School "Good Neighbor" Event Scheduled The sixth in a series of "Good Neighbor" dinners will be held at Lincoln Monday, April 21, by the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce, Harrell Hall, chairman of the Area Development Committee announced this morning. Dinners have been held previously at Elkins, Greenland, Huntsville, Farmington, and West Fork. Following the Lincoln meeting, the Chamber plans a dinner at Prairie Grove, and finishing the scries for this school year will be an area-wide banquet at the new high school cafeteria in Fayetteville. Students from the high school at Lincoln will have tickets for sale in Fayetteville on Thursday for the Dr. Coldwell Plons Visit To U.A. Campus Dr. John Tyler Caldwell of Monlevallo, Ala., named president of the University of Arkansas, will be on the campus for a visit "within a short time," he told University authorities yesterday in a telephone call. He hopes to be present for commencement exercises June 6 and 7, and will take over official duties July 1. ' Dr. Caldwell and his family will reside on Ozark Avenue in the president's home. Tail Favors Consideration Of Impeachment Declares Seizure Of Steel Is Valid Case For Action Boston-t/Pl-Senator T a f ; said today congressmen should "consider" impeachment of President Truman for his seizure of the steel ndustry. "I t h i n k the seizure of steel is i valid case for impeachment,' 1 he declared. "It is valid for presentation to the House certainly." The Ohio Republican said that he and three other senators are supporting a resolution directing a Senate'committee-to study-the president's legal rights in making the seizure. Taft, starting out on a-dayrand- night speech-making ' campaign through industrial Massachusetts, said he hopes to get a "fair number" of Massachusetts' vention delegates. 38 con- Work For Pay Offer Of FHA Members of the Future Homemakers of America in Fayetteville High School have proclaimed Saturday as "Hobo Day" and are offering their services lor various sorts of work to raise- money for their club. And they're so eager to get work they announced they will start tonight if somebody offers them work. About 60 FHA girls are available to do such 1 jobs as raking yards, mowing lawns, baby-sitting, washing winclbws. and washing dishes. Persons who wish to hire them are asked to call 2442 anytime Saturday or after school hours today and tomorrow. The money raised will be used tor an FHA picnic and for other Western Electric Peace Talks Reported Making Headway In New York Death Of Boy Who Lay Down] But New On Highway Puzzles Police Senator Douglas Throws Support To Kefauver Says He's Sure Tennesseean Could Defeat Mr. Taft (fly The Associated I'rrss) PuM.led o f f i c e r s a p p a r e n t l y had sivcn up hopp tnday of Hmling nut why ;i 17-ypnr-nid bny lay down on n hiRhv.'ay m he rrush- H tn death by a passing a u l o - mnhilc. The victim of the xlrangp mishap WHS Robert Loo U r k n r of F-mcrsnn. Tuesday night R a k e r v/as nm o , c r by an automobile us he lay Walkout Threat In State Voiced Government Expected To Grant Raise To Steel Workers (·* The AHMC aleil Prm) '"'. notc n! optimism ap- Washington-(/P)-Sen. Paul II. Douglas (D-II1) today threw his support behind Estcs Kofauver of Tennessee us "the best available | Baker might have been candidate of our party" for the : a n d left °" lhc highway Democratic presidential nomination. The driver, James C l u n k of , Kilgore. Texan, said he attempted j unsuccessfully lo swerve '.o m i s s ' the object--which he didn't at first realize was a person. But both the car wheel* passed over Baker, crushing his skull. At first Invcsllgs'.ors thought injured But an autopsy disclosed that the only injuries were those Inflicted by | Ihc nuiomobllc. It also disclosed Douglas' announcement cnmr I his body had no trace just 24 hours a f t e r Gov. Adlai, ] or poisdn. communication workers. In the nation's top labor dispute, the government was her lleverl preparing to grant Philip Murray's i j i o steel workers a wage hike. But how much and how soon was not disclosed "By Secretary of Commerce Sawyer, boss of the government-seized stcej Industry- Peace talks In the strike of 16,000 CIO Communication Work_,. ers against the Western Electric if alcohol I Company were to b« resumed in New York. Although several ma- Stcvcnson o.' Illinois declared he i A coroner's jury !,isl night ex- ' nr !«»"« remained in dispute could not accept top place on t h c ' o n e r a t c d Clunk and decla ed that i l h r " was E0 "- e P rn « r ss In nego- pomocratlc ticket. Douglas had i Daker died from being run over t i a t i i n s been supporting Stevenson. I by an automobile. Douglas also repeated what he · · Officers traced Ba'-er's move- has sairl before--that he would i monts to some five .minutes be- to get a motorist to not accept Ih'e parly nomination for president. 'I am in Kcfauvcr's army," Douglas said. "1 am enlisted for the duration." The Illinois senator said he believes Kefauver has a good ::hance to be nominated. However, Douglas said he did not know whether Kofauver could defeat Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower In the November election, If Eisenhower is the Republican nominee. ^ , ,, . .,, , "Let's let the people decide The flood'-sweei«ng v .down the Missouri"a"nd''"'M1salB:iiJ)'p|;-nivers is cniisinVmuch"dlsconTforrnl'wci? as i. 11 " 1 '" Douglas said. : outright misery.' Persistent e f f o r t s - o f workmen saved, temporarily al : least, the Municipal Auditorium i , !? V ' , . ,,', "' mOKt TM r l »l«ly ci , v ,.,,,..;,,., ,,,, ,, ,, .,' of Sioux City, Iowa. Flood water from the Missouri River was w i t h i n inches of the lop of the \c° hcl "' vr Kr-fauver could d e f e a t ! S.V y . Mn . lshal Oradj, Cason said emergency dike around the structure. In the lower photo, Galnn Tarrence two lots nut a wnil as Scn -Sj lol "' rt A - T a ft of Ohio If Dr. W. Clark Giles gives him a typhoid vaccine shot at an emergency s l a t i n n at Council Bluffs Iowa t h r GOr ' nominu "°n. Mrs. Wayne Warrior, a volunteer flood worker, tries lo comfort young Tarrance. ' Omaha Region Awaits Blow fore he hail been strut 1 - He had been seen trying to hitch a ride. Stale Police Sgl. J. H. Porterfield theorized that the boy might have lain down on Ihc highway in an attempt . stop. Olhr.r Deaths Reported Deaths of two persons from Injuries suffered In accidents Involving motor vehicles were reported yesterday. Alonzo Pcttlgrcw, 32, a timber hauler, was crushed lo death beneath his upset truck near Horatio. the truck was ;ordlng a shallow stream when it fell on its side and Pettigrev/, who had opened Omaha - (£) - The mighli-.f est flood c r e s t in the history of the Missouri River was due to throw its full weight against the dikes of Omaha and Council Bluffs, Iowa, tonight. Fn- a week the twin.cities have prepared for the worst. They have marshaled armies of men with fleets of trucks and heavy earth- Bryce Roby Of Tulsa Elected President Of The Ozark Playgrounds Association Brycc Roby, president of Goorl- ner-Vann Company of Tulsa. T. Parker of Harrison, .lurlgc J. .Sam Woorl of Fort Smith. .. , J From threatened T d c r a y « TM " n : . l a c k s o n of ,. i n a w areas of the , Association. The election took I Grif f i n e of Grove two cities nearly 40.000 persons place at the 32nd a n n u a l m c e t i n » i Missouri vice presidents arc O Full-blown j held at the Kentwood Arms Hotel ! L. Burccr of Springfield John ' ' n s d i " Mo - A mv * ° f b " · r ! a i i u c and °- M - have been removed. Four Injured In Dynamite Blast Three Are Badly Hurt In Explosion Hot Springs, Ark.-f/P)-Four men were injured in an explosion while reportedly d y n a m i t i n g fish near here last night. The condition of f the vie- the H g h t - h a n d door, ,vas crushed beneath it. Jim While, (52, nl Wivii:. 1 , Wood- r u f f County, died In Little Rock of injuries suffered in a t r a f f i c accident near Cotton Plant Mon' day. White's jutomobilc struck a parked truck. Mack E. .Ion Ark., died in a ' ittle Dork hos- pilal loriay of I is. His clothes apparently caughi fire yesterday Telrfraphera Still Oul There were no signs of early settlement of. the two-week-old strike of 30.000 AFL Commer- clal Telegraphers Union Workers agninst the Western Union Company. A federal mediator In Washington called top offlcijls of both sides to their flrr.t meeting since the strike started on April 3. Both strikes In the communications industry s t e m m e d from v;age . disputes. The 11-day strike by Western Electric. Installers In 43 states has mode Idle thousands of telephone workers who. have refined to crois picket, lines. . CWA officials In Portland. Or«,, last night ordered a strike by telephone ^peratorj in Oregon. New Walkout Predicted "·' In Little Hock, Ark., a possible second walkout of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company em- ployes in Arkansas, wfs predicted by a union spokesman. A three-day walkout In sympathy with the strike of union equipment Installers against Western Electric ended yesterday morning 37, of Austin ! n f l c r lhc company agreed to re' movc supervisory employes from switchboards. Last night Jock N. Brashear, meeting at their school. Radio s t a - l F H A work. Officers directing the T^^-m, ._ ,,, - in , p ro j ec t 5r £ L a vinia Lee, Margaret Myers, Colleen Stockburger, Mary Roberts, Billie Sue Edwards, and Betty Sicemore. tion KGRH is planning a 30- minute broadcast of the program at Lincoln. New Jersey Votes For Eisenhower Pile Up Newark. N. .T.-WP|-Electlon officials today counted the few remaining New Jersey presidential primary ballots--the last thin trickle in a flood of votes that gave the nod to Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. Returns from all but 13 of the state's 3,840 districts have been tabulated, catapulting the general to a 158,000-vote viclory over Sen. Robert A. Taft, and assuring him of 31 of New Jersey's 38 Republican delegates to the national convention. The COP primary tally, with 13 districts still unrcportcd, is: Eisenhower, 38.1,170; Taft, 226,512; Harold E. Stassen, 23,089. Poultry Market -- The poultrj market today as reported by the University of Arkansas Institute of Science »,1d Technology and the Dairy and Poultry Market Ncw.i Service of the \l. S. Department of Agriculture. Northwest Arkansas market steady, demand (air, trading light lo moderate. All prices f. o. b. (arm, reported ur to 2 p. m. to- lay, broilers and fryers ai; weights Z4 to 25 cents, mostly 2,', cents. On« small lot at 23 cents. ;f Nathan Gordon To Speak At U. A. Student Union Lt. Gov. Gordon ls critical at a Hot .j,irings hospital. Ho lost both hands and suf- r. · , : · severe eye and facial injuries. flood fight " Dwight Nichols of E l i r e k :. The principal address was made I His cousin, David Montgomery, A?.!, .1, j , ,., r. 'Spring was reelected vice prcsi-1 bv H. C l a v Fisk At the norlh end of the Council lims, James Montgomery, 24, of j died In Hot Springs, was reported tn he last night after he was injured aster. Some 8.000 troops joined the ' , Bisho of . Bluffs dike teams of workmen are ! building a huge ring of sandbags j '· dent. behind a point where the rush o f . -water against the bank was "pil- ; ing up" higher than the rest of the stream and actually trick- ! ling through the sandbag-and-! flashboard topping on the dike. ! Nearby, there was .some seepage through the levee itself. . are W. E. Madden of Ycllville, E. master of ceremonies ' ...,,...,. i l l ! t t.'uam, L J r t V H I . V I l J l l l K u n H J l y , fi j . . ^ assistant lo the j 20, also of Hot Springs, suffer- TOURO AuGF 24 Hfllin ;a University. C ! ert ,lhra;inn« nr, hi, far- l,.,,cl ·»·"»! *·» I I U U I J Trapped In Wringer while he was driving hb car near C.-hot. A witness reported Jones was enveloped in flames when he jumped from the au.orr.obllc. Johnnie Reeves, 14 month.'; old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo R"cves -"-' ' a Little Rock hospital' t after he was Injured yesterday nt his home near Bull- ^^X^.^^^.%^ out again. Little Rock, a rice president of a three-state local of the CIO Communications W o r k e r s -of America, to which the strikers belong, said that if the Western Electric strike Isn't settled by Saturday picket lines will be re- estalblished at Southwestern exchanges. He predicted that if the lines are formed, telephone com- . , . ., .president of Tulsa University. C ] c d abrasions on his face, legs.! Arkansas vice president.-, n a m e d - C . W i l l i f n r c l nf Springfield was' arms and hands. The Missouri, the Mississippi. ! the M i l k in Montana, the Red Tiiv- j er of the norlh in Minnesota and South Carolina For Russell Delegate Slate Nathan scheduled to speak tonight at the i the Minnesota River all have hit University Student Union under! sponsorship of the Forensic Society. He will speak on "Behind the I Scenes In Arkansas Politics," according to announcement from the University, and will be intro- ,, _ _ duced by DuVal Fagan of Litlle persons dispossessed, the majority' . --- Rock; president of the society. The in need of rehabilitation help and s ' atc Democratic conve.minn. The Undecided, He Another cousin, CarKMonlgom- ! cry, 27, may have lost his sight.! Hospital attendants said he was Bad Axc . Mlch.-(fl)-An 82- unablc lo see this morning. I ycar .: n . lrl w Wow was in serious Benlon County Grand Jury in Recess Bcntonville - (Special) - Th« w i f e but mind. - - ~ . , - - -.--... *i«.,«»-i- flrmo /. a ,, u ( c u, i ' -- inrce one-day meetings. couldn't make up h i s , ry quoted Mrs. David Montgomery machine ? 11 washing- Judg( , M a u p i n Cummings can call as saving the four men had gone she F ,,T,h"'i, a ,i .hTM,, ...un- thc G r a n d Jwtolo a special ,«- rd lieutenant governor will be guest at dinner preceding the program _ _ _... . at the Student Union ballroom. I Council B l u f f s defense. m a n v m n r c to be in the same need if the Missouri breaks the Omaha- Revolt By Prisoners In New Jersey Still On, But Officials Watching For Change Trenton, N. J.-(/P)-Officials at Trenton Stale Prison today walch- eri for signs of a break in a revolt by 6fl convicts barricaded in the )riso,i printing shop. - · is to nsure the.safely of four employes The prison administration 'waiting it out" in an effort convention yesterday p l e d g e d Smith Carolina's I B convention voles to Russell "lor as long as his name is in nominntion." A fev: blocks away, the GOP or Son.-ilor T a f t . The | Republicans elected f i x u n i n- slruclc'l deleg.iics tn lhe parly's n a t i o n a l convention. Gov. James F. Hymns urged the the iRussr.ll endorsement in his Keynote tiie convent inn. The Harriman May Be Boomed As Democratic Candidate cine frjm the outside. Laic yeslcrriay a^prnoon four men telephoned the prison's speech central office and reported they | Democrats ag'r'cpcf in' ror'eFs'.'rnthr'r were all right. t h a n adjourn, nml meet again n f i o r icld hostages by the rioters since by an outside body. 0 a, m., Tuesday, when the revolt icgan. four men telephoned the prison's tagcs, two of whom have heart trouble, have not been hirmed by the convlels and have even been fed ind permitted to secure medi- Rioters are demanding removal ] both n a t i o n a l parties h.ivr named of Warden William II. Carly and | (heir presidential nominees. The ' · · -- · ' I maneuver leaves lhe lnor npen for | a split w i t h Ihp n n t l n n n l p.irt an Investigation of the i n s t i t u t i o n Rioters have been w i t h o u t food, i s u r h as occurred in 1(M8 when j water or eleclriclty'since t h e y Strom Thurmond. Ihon governor; I n o u n m l ' Wh^'Hou^lmSi^m 0 took over the two-story s t o n c i ^ n s the Slates Rights presidential ! A Democratic spokesman 'said New Ynrk-M'i-W. Averell Hard- m n n . President Truman's foreign n f f ; t i r s trouble-shooter, may he rlential candid-'ile. llfn r i r n u n rii- rcctor of M u t u a l Sn-urity, will be honored tonight at a $l(H).a-plalc d i n n e r sponsored by the New York State Democratic Committee. Coming at this time, the ,-iflnir reflects strong support among the committee's membership to give H a r r i m a n the stale',-, 04 votes at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Tomorrow, the slate's fi2 Drm- ncr;itlc county leaders meel here lo riiscuss "lhe presidential sllua- t i n n " -- f u l l of niorc p a r t y question m a r k s since Gov. Stevenson of Illinois yesterday re- shop one of a group of I n d u s t r i a l candidate, , · that If I I « r r l m » n were named, he at lonlght's dinner I, practically not an innoSncecl cVndTd'.li for bu d ncs near th* nrknn't w a l l · would be announcer! a* n f u I . : t ,,.1^'t ...h n i n r\~~~~....i,. «i.,.i^ .,1.. ~i.~. V A :",.;_ c r. buildings near the prison's wall.! The building Is surrounded by j Kor the largest, prettiest selcc- suards - ' ' I lion of dresses, sh^p Hunt's. (Adv.) iCIose Watch On i | What He's Doing Saves His L i f e Lancaster, Ohio-MPi- M i c h a e l necticut; Vice President Alben W. I Barkley; Stevenson; Sen. Robert · S. Kcrr of Oklahoma anrl Sen. Herbert II. Lehman of New York. Sen. Richard n. Russell o f ! Wagner kept his eyes on his work. Georgia is the only prominent ,-in- ; Lucky for him he did. He was nounced candidate not expected to j breaking up lumps of coal with a attend. | sledge hammer yesterday and was Harriman, known to br- highly j about to whale away at a 12-pound regarded by President Truman. | lump. What Wagner saw protrud- worked closely with the late Pres-' ing from the lump of coal brought Idem Mfiosevelt and attended In- his swing to an abrupt halt, It was ternalional conferences with him., the fuse from a stick of dynamite. Some observers think n "boom I Sheriff's deputies said had Wag- Harriman" offensive will have the ] ner whacked the lump It would the c-'m.-i o,' n "stop Kefauver k" v e caused "widespread damage." drive. An orKanlzwl campaign for Harr i m a n started last Saturday «l H a r r i m a n , N. Y. The Orange County town, about 1)0 miles north nf New York, l« nnmed for his family. The 80-year-old Harriman, (till ., . , , . : · ; ; · · · · ""i.."" ........ ,.j |.,nL,,Ln,,j i,v. an ·Jiiiuuui.vti Lanainaic lor M M ^.JS3S!. nr l, '.'. «. '.?.'·! ?.**·* « lh .°. I" .Democratic circle,. n,e nomination, has said he would "consldtr |t «n honnr to be cn- "fa. i Here are some: flwli;eri candidate, not as a _,, * . I n\ n. tiai ..- i»i-iiiu » i - i in i i.'imrs* · Mm a«."\l oy The array of speakers and guests ' we; Sen. Brlen McMahon nf Con-1 Democratic .\ Est-s Krf.iuvcr of Tennes- dorscd by th« Niw York Stale rallrnt In Hospital Miss lleulah Arnold, 18, suffered minor Injuries yesterday when she fainted and fell d,own a flight of steps at Greenland Hl|h School. She was hospitalized In City Ho»- pital, where attendant! tald today her condition wai not terloui. Sh* Is the dauthter Mick Arnold Mr. *nd Mti, ;

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