Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 29, 1952 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 29, 1952
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NOftlHWESI AJWANiAl TIMCS, faytrt»villt, Arkomcn, Tuesday, April 29, IMl Peace Talks Recess As Reds Ponder New U. N. Proposal , Korea-W)-Korean truce j lief that the proposal centered on talks were in" complete, recess today for the first, time in five months. The United Nations Command waited for Communist reaction to a secret Allied proposal for an armistice. It is up to the Communists to set the date of the next meeting. Presumably the Reds will make r.o move until a decision has been reached in Peiping and Pyongyang, and possibly in Moscow, on what to do about the clan the Allies delivered Monday. The proposal was described officially only a* "an over-all solution for the remaining unresolved issues standing, in the way of a military armistice." prisoner exchange. The Chicago Sun-Times, in a copyright dispatch from Washington, said Tuesday the Allies offered to approve reEuilding, of airfields in North Korea during a truce if the Communists would be satisfied with lh« return of three out of five prisoners of war. The -Uory, by Frederick K u h , said. "Put plainly, the U. N. offer is this: If Communist China and North Korea agree to (be non- return of two out of every five war prisoners in Allied captivity, the U. N. Command will let the Reds build airfields in North Korea after a truce is signed." ^ The Sun-Times said the U. N. offer was made Monday at a full- exchange prisoners of war, the Red demand for the right to^ rebuild their war-wrecked military airfields and Communist nomination of Russia as a truce supervisor. There was widespread be- Time to Modernize Your Bathroom Modernization means better living '. . . greater comfort! Yet it " little. Call us now for free estimates. Q | Call 1886 n · i ---·- ii'«i ·«* i No Job Too Big No Job Too Small PLUMBING CO- 231 W. Mountain and Eight Benlon County Men Face Arraignment When Circuit Court Convenes On May 12 Rontnnvillr-'SpmnD-F.I'.'hl Ren- a 14-vear-old HoRerf sill told ton County mm will p i u b n h l y be · the sheriff that she had been inti- arraljjne'.i May 12 licforn Circuit j mate with them. i Court Jud(!c M n i i p l n Cumininss, ' · .he Reds captured and impressed uH n ff| r | a | s s ,,jd this monVins. ·» ill 1*..-^ ,nto the North Korean Army. | Glen Austin. 24, of lingers is i nGniOnVlllC Plflll The Allied plan was suhmittcd i "cms held in the county Jail on n { ·»*··«v.iwiiiv ··.· former South Korean troops whom · at a full-dress session held in i charge of kill. The secret at the request of Vice Ad,n. | "'^,TM r ^ C«W hv Dnpl C. 'Turner Joy. chief U. N. ne- ,,,,, rharles Gncio. alleses that gotiator. with intent to| information filed for J^g^ Jj^j cue in Chancery Court here last) kept in separate com . Thursday hut conlinufd i: u n t i l ; «"' llck ^ ;1 l_. yesttrday. lie ||vt his j u d g m e n t ; · bout ,1 p. m. Choncery Dispositions Austin assauHetl L. The offer clearly shaped up as ; nlr.ri of KoRers.^ wiUi in all-out a effort to' set 10 months nf negotiations. BriR. Gen. William P. Nuckols, o f f i c i a l spokesman for the U. N. D. Trntler, rock Sa nd possible lasl-dllrh ! ««lny "lint- Sheriff John Black a rii-n -T'er I'n-ost ' Eairi th(lt lhe flsnt sU "' tEri '" UlC a Iru.e a.LCi a.n.ost ond ,-,,,,..,, ,,. In Mining Suit ·in I * . sumed nt n neifjhbor's house. Bond is set at f 1,000. Austin was repeatedly referred to the offer charge of convined on n It and b.-iUcry ln,st and the secrecy as an e'forl tn | fall. "A charjzc'of assault with a hurry up agreement on Nuckols said: lowed long, intensive discussions in the U. S. Defense and State Departments, Kuh wrote, adding, "it-is believed to have received the approval of President Truman and the National Security Council. "The Communist high command, the Chinese anB North Korean governments, presumably also Moscow, are now. considering Ihe U. N. proposal," the Sun-Times said. Will They Agree? "Will the .Communists agree to the non-return of some 70,000 of their captured men in exchange for the right to work on North Korean airfields during an armistice of indefinite duration? . . ; "Allied experts in Washington think there is better than a 50-50 chance that, after further lough bargaining an armistice will be agreed to on lines close to the new U. N. offer." There was no official comment from U. N. truce negotiators. The Communists have insisted that all prisoners be returned. The Allies have said they would return only those who wanted to go back. The U. N. holds a total of 169,00(1 prisoners of war and civilian internees. The Communists broke off secrecy surrounding staff officer negotiations on prisoners Friday I after the U. N. reported only 70,000 wanted to go home. At that time Col George Hick! man expressed belief the R e d s I would have settled for return of 116,000. That is the current Allied ROW list. Originally It was 132,000, but 16,000 were classified as truce. | deadly weapon was filed following I n fight f.outh of Roaers in which . . . . , ' it w;i5 iilleat'd that Austin used a "There is only one objective be.- j-, rm roc |5 os a weapon. However, hind the U. N. Command proposal j the chavje was ruduceri io assault of executive secret sessions and | and battery and Austin entered a that is speeding an armistice, j plea of suilty. There is no other objective or ul- ! In another information filed tcrior motive." yesterday. WaynV Davis, 22, of Siloam Springr. was charged with p,rand larceny In the alleged theft of a whitef'ice cnlf from the R. V. ,.Sea'.nn f a r m near Siloam Springs. [Davis was freed on posting bond. Dewcy Lee ',Vi;,hon. 22. posted 575(1 borKi nnd was released yes- lertiry. Wishon, along with five More Warm Weaitar Seen For Central U.S. By The Associated Press More ruimmer-likp wralhcr ap- -other Roscrs men, is charged with pearcd in prospect for the central Ij;TM 1 obusc ' in Circuit Court part of f h e country today Bcnlonville -(Special)- Chancellor Thomas Butt awarded a veteran mine development man $13,021.25 In back wages In a Chancery Court Judgment here yesterday. However, the defense attorney asked for and was granted the right to appeal to the state supreme court. H. R. McKnighl had asked the court to levy a $20,000 judgment against Oak Ridge Minerals, Inc. of Rogers. He r.hnrgcd that he had entered into fin oral contract with the firm, beaded by A Texas man to develop a deposit of high-jrarte silicn two miles southeast of Mayor Asks Care In Garbage Handling Miyor Pnwtll M. Rhfa today jppraled to Faytttevllle housewives to be more careful In separating fines from the Rarbngf whlen the city crew* pick up. Thf miyor explained that the city »elli the garbage to « con- trictor who cookn It nnd feeds It ;o hogs, and t h a t the glass l» causing trouble. If It Is not removed It may result in death to some o f [ the hogs, and could result in lo»i of the contract for sale of the frar- bajtc. Rhea pointed out that other mtrins of garbage disposal would cost thf city large sums of money, If it were not sold for hog feed. A city ordinance requires that trash, which includes glass, he Judith Tory Vmin John ! Voting, Jr.: Drrrr divorce In plaintiff, a custody of^minor ciiitd nf to plaintiff. iiuman Meal Bread. An outstanding riavof--Junge'i American Royal Dairy.' Cattfe Show Rod*r CHICK SPECIAL each H E A V Y M1XEB A R K A N S A S Broiler Hatchery hull hrre. rain was the out.ook in many oth- j ^"wMte'^nd^Scm.n"; er areas. j hoys were nrrcfilcrl Friday nflcr , The rain and cool weather nf the j ;---;;past, few days continued ovrr j much o£ the M i d d l e A t l a n t i c ; Elates and in the Ne\v En^tfuid IT-, gion. Conlcr weather and s'mw- crs and thunderstorms moved in in the Rochv Mountain states and rx- tremp "\Vrstprn Plainr. Tt \\-pr- fn ; -and rnol in the Pacific Coa^t slates. Hecord tempera turps for 1'ic date were set acain yesterday in j many Midwest citfos. TOR i^nr'-p included 82 in Bir-mnrck, N. D., and fll in WBUSPU. Wis. Rrsd'n-^ ' were in the ROs over the most of i the Central states. MUNICIPAL COURT Julian Carvel. 28. Cave Springs, was fined $46.50 and sentenced to j one day in .iall on a charge nf · drunken driving. | William H. Cnyner. SB. Fnyelte- ville, was fined $44 and sentenced to one day in jail for drunken driving. A. J. Taylor, 26, Garfield, was fined S 1 !. 1 ) nnd sentenced Io one day in jail for drunken'ririviiiR. rings, $7M) | Rosers. He asked for payment ol two years work. In a cross-complalnl the corpo- rallon was prantcd $670 for damages to a pickup truck which Mc- Knifcht allegedly wrecked. No work has heen done on the mine since the death of O. B. Saner, principal stockholder. Judjre Butt began hearing the FEW MEN ARE AT A LOSS FOR WORDS WHEN IT COMES TO POLITICS IUT . . . TAU IS Vu THEY DOI V O T E In iht Arlt«nit Ph«imnceullc«l AllecHllon'i Preildenilnl Primary EltcUon MAY 1-2-3 RICKETTS DRUG STORE / Schadulei Daily Io KANSAS CITY Round Trip |Q ." UNION BUS DEPOT "' 103 V. r-"ngt Phont 65 V O T CROWff COACH SHIP rol/s MCMGE! H USI ··.- RADIO I TV SERVICE Lattit TV Test Equipmtnt 24-Hour Service TRI-STATE SALES CO. 320 W. Dickion Phone 513 MOORE'S £ FUNERAL CHAPEp All NON-FADING COLORS! MOST ARE WATERFAST! SALE! 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