NORTHWtST AKANSAS T1MB, FÂ«v*ftÂ»vlHÂ«. tikumt*. M*ntTÂ«y, Aprit Jt, IM1 , -Springdale Police To Use Unmarked Cars, Stopwatches In Campaign Against Speeders SprlngdaJe -(Special)-' Speeders* here,, who haven't responded too we 1 .! to routine police measures, are in for a hard time. City police plan to enlist the aid of stopwatches and 'unmarked police cars in their campaign against reckless drivers who roar through the city's streetsAvith com' plete disregard for their own lives or the lives of others. Police Chief Wayne Hyden said this ifternoon that a scries oE zones \vi\\ be measured off on various city streets and cars passing through them clocked w i.t h stopwatches. This w i l l - g i v e officers' a positive check on the speed of all - ears passing through the zones,, asd provide positive evidence of speeding asainst those arrested. Â·Â· . "These zones won't always be in the sime places," Chief Hydcn said. "We "fclan to keep moving them around. But fhere arc several 'hot spots' where speeding is reported daily. There v.'ill he a constant watch on these ] laces." In addition to the stopwatched 7,ones, police will use plain, unmarked civilian cars in ths campaign to arrest speeders and other traffic violators. And the cars will be changed from day to day so that repeat offenders can't spot the officers. Highway Deaths Boost Last Week's Total To 13 (By The Associated Press) Two Sunday traffic accident deaths boosted Arkansas' violent fatality toll for last week to 13. MfÂ«'; Roy Cov.'ling, 40, of Ashdown, was injured fatally v.'hen her car left Highway 71 about two miles:Bouth of Ashdown and crashed into a tree. One person was killed and six others were injured critically in an automobile, collision three miles north of El Dorado. B. B. Greer, 35, Magnolia trucking contractor, was killed. Critically injured wore Mr. and Mrs. W. R Baker of El Dorado, Mrs. Greer and her daughter, M r s. Louise De.Farnatt of Little Rock find Mrs. Marc Taylor of F,l Dorado. The body' of a Crawford County farmer was fountl In Lee's Creek near Van Btircn. Stale Police Sgt. Bernard Young said Jarve Mont- 1 gomery, 65, drowned while apparently trying to wade t h e creek. Keep np with tne tlmf*--read the TIMES n-,111 Reds Refuse To Take Up Airport Ban Talks Munsan, Korea-WVThc Allief charged-.that the Heds in today's armistice' talks refused to "discuss or even acknowledge" the issue of military airfield construction in Korea during a truce. The United Nations Command wants io ban the building of military airfields during a truce. The Reds have called this interference in the internal affairs of North Korea. A UNC communique said the matter of which nations shall supervise a truce "has been solved" by the UNC suggestion that only four nation?--Sweden, Switzerland, Poland and Czechoslovakia ---form the neutral supervisory commission. . ; . The Reds want Russia on thf list. The Allies do not. Settlement Reached In Benlonviile Damage Suit Bcntonville-(SpeciÂ«l)-A $30,000 settlement has been -reached in A damage suit against the estate of Miss Ella Mne Dawkins of Rogers. The plaintiffs, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Anderson, of Rogers, had originally asked $114,667.6; for damages allegedly sustained in a car wreck last November 9, in which Miss Dawkins was killed. A judgement against the estate filed with the Circuit Clerk here awards $20,000. tn C. H. Anderson and $10,0(10 to his wife Marion. The judgement w;is signed by Circuit Judge Maupin Cummings. Sbringdale Mr. and Mrs. George Harner and children. Jane and Jimmle, of Wayiand Avenue h a v e ' gone to Mississippi to spend their vacation with their parents. Arkansas Senators Seek Clarification Of Department Of Labor Wage And Hour Rules Arid Action On Walsh-Healy Amendment SNAILS' PACE REDS-Mem- berÂ» of an unli-Communist underground group in East Germany's Communist FDGB trade union advocate passive resist-, ince to the Reds with stickers bearing drawings of snails, and captioned with slogans urging a Â·low-down to a snail's pace. Captions read, above, "With as much meat as a snail has, Ulbricht feeds his proletarians," Â»nd below: "A snail on each wall fives Grotewohl a hard time." . The BeV. John Moreland went tn Arkadelphla Friday, accompanied by Louetta Smith, Shirley Ducotc, Bcrnardine Strickland, and Joe Layman. Louetta Smith, Joe end Gene Layman plan to Â«t- tdnd Ounchita Baptist Collegt there this fall. The Ruth -Sunday School Clasn nf the First Baptist Church went In Monte Ne Sunday after church for a picnic dinner. Mrs. r.arvtjy Truitt is teacher of th* class. Sixteen young pf"le attended. Jack Bosun lo.i Saturday night for Cincinnati, Ohio. He will return home Thursday. Terry Ray Anglin, son of Mr. and Mrs.'Clyde Anglin nf Springdale, underwent a tonsilectomy at the' County Hospital Friday morning. . Mrs. Effie Snell of Holcomb Street is visiting in El Dorado, Kan. Mrs. Leslie Buchanan of Maple Drive spent the weekend in Mot Springs. Mr, and Mrs. Meivin C. Kenn and children, Warren and Edith Marie, of Theodore Drive were called to Maywoori. 111., last week because of the death of Mrs. Kenn's mother, Mrs. W. J. MyÂ«r,i A-gospel singing was held Saturday night at the Nazarene Church. The children's story hour was held Saturday morning in the Snriiigrlale Public Library. Mrs. Kennedy Deaver was the story teller. The hour is sponsored by .the Library Board. The Tontitown Catholic Youth Organization was host Sunday for the junior and senior Northwest Arkansas Deanery convention. fingers, Fayetteville, Fort Smith pnH Tontitown were represented. i Junior and senior sessions were I -P'I in tie flftcrnonn followed by . a spaghetti dinner. Entertainment included a motioh picture and ' dancing after dinner. Washington - (IP) - An Arkansas* shirt manufacturer'* troubles with the Labor Department generated new iteam today for some drastic chtriges in a wage control law. Senators Fulbright and McClellan, Arkansas Democrats, What Others 5av But, Mr. Gazette, why include Caplain Hrniler- in 3our rebuke? Don't you kno-.v HUM ha is an employe of thÂ» Hlato. and hai tn follow orders nf the parole boarif and the governor? Why blome an employ5 for the hos.scs' action?. T'nc Commercial believes an investigation of the parole system is very m u r h in order. Pine Bluff Commercial! for it LÂ»bor Department explanation of the row and faster .action on Fulbright's proposed amendment to the Walsh-Hcaly Act. This Â»tatute, separate from the minimum wags and hours law, requires holders of government contracts to agree to pay wages- set by the Labor Department and to regulate working conditions as the department directs. Fulbright contends the department improperly has set most wage scales on a nation-wide level instead of making them conform to the prevailing wife scales in the partleulir locality affected. He wants Cdngresi to redefine that provision and a!Â«o to "provide a more effective" method of appealing to the courts from the department'* orders. The two senators iaid they have a complaint from Bob Hill of the Bobonok Corporation, Fort Smith, Ark., charting that the Walsh- ijealey Act is used "to extort- money from those of us who have attempted to make our meager contributions to the defense effort." Sari Af Asked Hill wrote that the. Air Force urged him to speed delivery, ;,of shirti he had contracted to prn- ducs frr men fighting in Korea, without raising the cost to the government. Hill said he agreed, although it meant a loss of $1,661.19 on. the contract, through staff additions and overtime work. "At the time I thought it was patriotism but as it turned out it was stupidity," !iÂ« said. Hill said he suddenly realized he had Inadvertently violated rules governing the proportion of learners to experienced, help called for in his contract, and notified tbt Labor Department. The. department promptly ordered him, he said, tn pay $675 additional tn the learning employes and $770 damages because one ?irl employe was two months below the required age minimum of 18 and another wat five months below the limit. He naid the department warned him he would be subjected to such costly litigation "it would bankrupt me" if he tried to appeal. The senator's -told a reporter they are asking the Labor Department to report on the case, meanwhile pressing for faster action on Fulbright's amendment. Weaving is believed to he one of he earliest, If not. the earliest, craft practiced by mankind. A Pine Bluff man has b e e n ' n t n J A Â·ailed i under fire by the sulc's larsnst| D U r g l Q r y K e p O f f e d At newspaper for a prat-lice The Com- StOie N s O T Now' Our Store WÂ« HÂ«YÂ« BÂ«n Appolnltd ExeluliT* Dealer in FÂ«rettevillt For BPS BEST PAINT SOLD KATIUX .. . lhÂ« loniational Flat Wall Point . . . i onÂ« of th* Â·ulilonding (PS Producti. ll'i mad* with Oil... Not a water mint . , . On* Coat coven Wollpaper and other lurlacn. Viiit our Faint Department . . . tÂ«Â« lh bÂ«outi(ul colon o( FLATIUX and othtr BPS Paintt and Enomtli. BPS PAINT STORE" Foyetteville Hardware 112 S. loit St. PhÂ«nÂ« 2137 merclal has deplored, for months: The granting of furloughs to dangerous lifetime-sentenced convicts at the State, Prison 1'arm. What brought the matter tn n head was the recent arrest o f . Tuck Bishop in U t a h , . charged with klljing two men. Bishop was charged v/ith killing four men and sentenced in Washington County, Ark. on. two of the counts back in 1843. He wÂ»s granted a Christirms ftirloufh last year. He violated his .. furlough, eluded the law and was tlcc " mil _. Thn sheriff's offico this morn- injt inveslisatod a hrcvik-in and robbery at the HaKyarrl Grocery and ScrvicD ; Station, v cs*. of riMgcicilo on Hiphwny 03. .Knlry was cnineri liy brenkinR the filass on t h e Iront door. Several c a r t o n s of ci'^nr^ttes and about ? I O in r.ilver u-frn taken, according to Deputy Adrian Cooper, v.-hn inTc-.-.titrated, No aivests have i nested two weeks ago in Utah, charged with killing two - more. The Arkansas Gazette has-sharply criticized the Pine 1 B l u f f i a n . 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