Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 23, 1952 · Page 1
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10 PAGES TODAY Read by ortr 25,000 Daily IOCAI FOMCAST-- r.yelirvili, ,rt vicinity eltar to parljy clnudy tnnffht and tomorrow. rin!mu«rt v;.~rm and windy Mtth !'mp:rilure ywrrdar *. low n *£n lm»y n. Eunrl» I«; ,,,,,«, T*«fub«e inferasHs Tfce Firs* Concern Of T«i Newspaptr The Winner MriTTIVIUi. MKANSAS, MONDAY EViNING, JUNE «, 1M2 AP, King and NEA rMlurM «KI WVI CENTI Aflies Black Out Red Korea She's A Queen Four Are Hurt In Accidents Over Weekend Springdale Resident In Hospital After Car Hits Culvert Four persons were injured in weekend highway accidents near Fayetteville, two of them painfully but apparently not seriously. ; Miss Lena Horn of ne-r Spring- I dale was hospitalized at City Hos- ! pital yesterday after her car went j out of control and struck a culvert i west of Springdale at 10 a. m . ' Hospital attendants said Miss I... Horn, who suffered shock and I ,, Jean Hariris is queen of thc Arkansas Boys Are Missing On Wheot By The Ton Little Miss Susan Gray, three, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gray won the Tiny Tots contest Friday night at Harmon Flayfield The competition was part o! the program for selection of Miss Fayetteville (Puska TIMESFOTO) Needs Of U.S. Cited bruises, will be discharged today I Hun tsville Riding Club. She will J. W. Shinault, 24, of Boone- a PP° ar a ' the Rodeo of the Ozarks ville, suffered painful injuries Sat- '" Springdalc, July 2, 3, and 4. urday morning v/hen the car in ! (McRoberts Photo) which he was a passenger collided I " with another automobile and lurn- ed over on Highway 71 belween r ayelteville and Springdale. He vas treated at City Hospital. Mrs. James Phillips of Brookfield, Ind., and Joe Mabee of i Washington - (/p) - A presidential board today recommended that the United States scrap laws which prevent other nations Irom selling America the raw materials she needs for war and peace. The United States should make » cellar-to-attic search--at home and abroad--tor sources of materials, said a formal report by the president's Materials policy Commission, This country already is unable to supply her own needs, the board said, and by 1975 may be compelled to import one-fifth of the material it consumes. ..The report recommended that stockpiling be put on a permanent basis. The commission, after 18 months research, said it is seriously concerned -- but not "alarmist" -over the shrinkage of America' natural resources. In the face of foreseeable demand for the next 25 years, the report said, this shrinkage is a definite threat to the nation's living standards and national security. The five-man commission headed by William Paley, chairman of Columbia Broadcasting System, urged that Congress pass a score of new laws. The commission hit one recurrent note: America cannot go alooe on its material! policy. Greenfield, Mo., suffered minor injuries late Saturday morning in a second accident on north 71. All three accidents were investigated by the sheriff's office. Public Asked To Propose Projects The Town Hall meetings at the Arkansas Western Gas Company Hospitality Room, tomorrow and Wednesday nights, are scheduled The public is Invited to attend and to make suggestions for public projects in Fayetteville. Clint Walden, president of the Chamber of Commerce, will discuss previous clinics, pointing out suggestions which have been carried out. Roy Adams will serve as moderator, and J. J. Pyeatt will sum ·' up at the close of the Sweetheart Civil Rights Fight Looms Humphrey To Call Controversial Bill Washington-W)-A civil rights bill certain to stir up a storm may come before the Senate this week --possibly tomorrow. A new version of an old bill which invariably locked the Senate in a bitter row, it would forbid discrimination along racial or religious lines in hiring by em- Celebration At Moam Springs iGets Under Way i Square Dance On [ Streets And Parade Among Features Siloam Springs - (Special) -The biggest annual celebration in this one-time frontier town's history! opened here this morning as thou- · sands of bearded residents and I visitors turned out in costume for Frontier Days. The two-day event, sub-titled Silver Strike Jubilee, got under way at 10 o'clock this morning with a husband-calling contest water boxing: and a greased pig chase at the ball park. Later in we moniisj, representatives of riding clubs from four slates rode ! Trio Hunted After Alarm Is Sounded In Alaska Anchorage. A l a s k a - W l - C i v i l i a n . and m i l i t a r y aircraft are search- j ing a wide area between here and ; Northway for a light plane and i its three occupants missing on a ! flicht from the United Stains. | The plane, piloted by S. E. Simonson, Little Rock, Ark., l e f t Northway about 300 miles northeast of here at 8:31 p. m., Friday, the Civil Aeronautics Administration renorted. W i t h Simonson. was j Bob Steel, of the University of j Arkansas Medical School. L i t t l e Rock, and Joe MtWilliams, Wellington, Kan. ' '. The Stinson plane had a five- ' hour fuel supply and was due here ' at 12:31 a. m., Saturday. Tenth i i Rescue Squadron planes launched I · · ' a search within an hour after an , ' emergency warning was sent o u t ; " ' when thc plane failed to arrive on · ' ' time. There are only a few hours of nightly darkness over most of Alaska at this time of year. j --- " · · · .,,««·; The CAA said Simonson report- [Oklahoma is producing a bumper wheat crop this year and some Brain cd at Northway the plane had j elevators can't handle receipts as they pour in. Above Elsie Tohlmi-, been having generator trouble. It ' Fairvlew, Okla., climbs a pile of wheat dumped on lhc ground when was equipped with emergency the Johnston Grain Company elevator became loaded The pile con gear and four days rations for all j '"ins more lhan 711,000 bushels. P aboard. J Blood Donors Scarce I into town and down the street to join thc festival. ployers. Senator Humphrey (D-Minnl Pretty Barbara Williamson of Schencctady. N. Y. is all smiles as she wears the crown placed on her .. --- --"··i^.iicj \u-minn, said today he is going ahead with his move to force an nth-hour fight over civil rights, despite the fact Southern Democrats in the past were--and probably arc now --strong enough to block a vote. Traffic Control Effort On Square Successful' , The city government tried a ! simple form of traffic control on the Square Saturday, j.nd it worked well. No left turns were permitted on f.vo corners of "the Square, and off-duty firemen were : pressed into service as traffic po- ' lico. Normally much of the trouble on main sessions. Starting time is' 7:30 each evening. 350 Attend Institute On Ml. Sequoyah The Mozark Institute, under direction of the youth Council of (square dance feauTr'fng top'ozark the Southwest Missouri Annual j square dance groups. Tel--'-'-- Thc afternoon's big event was to be a king-sized barbecue at the Pluss Poultry Company from 4:30 to 8 p. m. At 8:30 tonight thc bijr- Education Fund Is Proposed Student Aid Bill Before Congress Washington - MP) - Ossar R. Ewing asked Congress today to enact a law to provide 1 federal funds to help boys and girls go to college. Ewing. who is head of the Federal Security Agency, said he had I T-U: ~Y- "7 /.""' """ '."««·' mwug President Truman's authorization ! -T!l!!_l^!: J[2L.. th . c _ /.'.^l. 1 ' 1 ""' I e "" s »- I Fewer than half the number of ! Washington C o u n t y residents needed signed Red Cross blood donation cards for a visit by the Bloodmobile this wcok. As a result the Bloodmobile, scheduled to spent) three day» in Faycllcvlllc, will be here only one and a half "^·h'i i ,u . , · j .. i. . II H H ? thl j; d l "TM' tWs y f a r bloorl donations have been sought in Wanhlngton County. The first time University students offered more blood than the Bloodmobile crew could lake. The second lime Springdale residents and University students acaln met the quota. FayetlcvllI"-residents were asked to contribute. Few of them agreed to give blood, which was to have been divided evenly between the county's hospitals and the armed forces--chiefly In Korea. jHydro-Elecfric Plants Smashed By Air Assault Biggest Raid Of War Carried Out By 500 Planes Seoul. Korea-Wi-Five hundrM An Force. Navy and Marine planes ! today knocked out fly major Communist hydro-electric plants ; and blacked out much of North Korea ;md parts of Manchuria in . biggest air raid of thc Korean wnr. 1 ..JM 0 '" !airl t n e v M W m n r f Ih a n | 200 MIC jets parked on a Man. churian base within sight nl one target, but all stayed on the [ ground. Every Allied plane re! turned safclv. the Air Force saH I Lt. Grn. Glenn O. Barcus. U. S. Fifth Air Force commander, said the joint air strike demonstrated I "our mastery of thc skies over i North Korea." The world's fourth largest hy. dro-elcclric plant at Suiho. about 30 miles up the Yalu from the Communist MIB base at A n t u n g wan knocked completely out of Manchuria. All targets were In service. Thc Yalu separates Korea from Korea. Otntrating Slilloni Smiihtd Other planes smashed two gen- crating stations at th Chosin Reservoir, where American Ma- rlnc and the Seventh Division fought t h e i r bitter battle against the first waves of Chln-jc Communist troops in December, 1030. T h e other two plants knocked out were on the Songchon River, approximately 18 miles north of Kamhung in eastern Korea. I .Ajr Force and Marine plane* .. ...... I 1 V T j t t a t v jiuni ine 27,000-ton carriers Boxer. Philippines Se», Princeton «nd Bonnomme Richard. The five plants destroyed supplied power to Mukden «nd other can Legion Hut and Its crew began taklnf contribution* at 12 o'clock noon. Memben of thc county committee, headed by Jerry Lc- Marr of Fayetteville, Issued n last- minute call for volunteers who can arrange to give blood even though they did not sign pledge 'to transmit to Congress a stu- pporlunity for those barred Methodist Conference, opened yesterday on Mt. Sequoyah ,with 350 persons attending. Twenty - two faculty members are on hand for the institute, which continues through Saturday. Districts represented are Kansas City, Nevada Joplm, Springfield, Marshall arid -. ..i. ft .iy U |,3. t ^f^visiun econoinic roadblocks " I scheduled for 10 a. m., tomorrow. 3 ' -. followed by another barbecue Five Pay Fines On Mischief Charges Use Of Atomic Bombs Against The theme of the sessions will be "Still He Calls," with the Rev Soss Fulton serving as dean. Conference officers are president, Marilyn Warner of Springfield- vice president, Larry Folkins of -amar; secretary. R u t h Boles of Kansas City: treasurer, Helen .atta of Joplin; Community service, Dixie Chapman of Clinton; missions, Janet Isbell of Marshall: worship, Joan graves of Joplin; recreation, Richard Thompson, Springfield- publicity, Gay Liltle if clever- and counselor, Clarence Folkins of Lamar. | Convicts Release Couple And Escape "silver dollar payoff," when city's industries will meet their payrolls with almost a h a l f , ton of silver dollars. I · An Indian war dance and fire-' works display will end the festival tomorrow night. Riders In The Saddle Rogers-(SpeciaIi-It was "sad- , die and ride" for about 100 mr-m- , bers of the Northwest Arkansas ' Cavalcade of riding clubs at 4 : 3 0 1 , o'clock this morning. The riders, L New Liner Creeled By In New York-M)-The supcrliner United States, America's new queen of the passenger sea lanes. Five FayeUcvillc youths, held In the theft of an estimated $250 j worth of clothing from two dole- | Washinfiton - W, - A pl,n to I gates to the slate Rainbow Girls ; launch small atomic bombs from .convention here last Tuesday, paid | the air against enemy aircraft was ; $25 fines on charges of malicious I mischief this morning in Municipal Court. Actually thc five were fined $30 of Ho Dimifi To Dim The great Sulho project was completed by tht Japanese In 1MI at i cost of nearly 100 million dollars. The dim w«j not dtmited in the attack. It is nearly 3,000 feet long and rises 350 feet above the Yalu. Power stations below tht dam, which were destroyed, had a capacity of 600,000 kilowatt* about 100,001) more t h a n giant i Bonncvlllc Dam in thc Pacific i Northwest. ! Ground Allicki M*4* More than half of thc more than 500 planes which took part in the raid were American Air Force who come from 18 t' in t h « I to her home port cd ''·''' h petit ' New York today with a throaty ' c o u r l reduced ·mphony of blaring whistles. i mischief. Thousands of persons thronged ( The five v/cre ie shores of lower Manhattan as i court records loomed out of thc bar- reported under study in high m i l i - tary circles as the key to .1 revolutionary sir defense system of the future. Air Force Magazine, unofficial but usually well Informed. . -- , said authorilies believe with thc suspended by Judge V . ' addition of this atomic weapon .. . American air defenses ran knock and thc . down 95 per cent of a t t a c k i n g ene- malicious : my planes under any conditions. The magazine said currently the United States can count on le- . «.u w v i t nnitriunn Air rorce Stl irlioA ! P. lanM . Nottingham said. All were - J l U U I C U i fishtcrs and fighter bombers. No 1 B-26 or B-20 bombers were used. The big air strike followed by one day raids by powerful Allied columns of 1.000 lo possibly more than ,1,000 men into Chinese line* In Western Korea. The attacks topped any U. N. foray into Red territory since last fall. each, but In each case $2.i of the i '- j -·--UP,*. .. James J l a k . The men were charg- | larceny this to Swimming Mishap Fatal To High School Boy Identified by area, saddled their mounts at t h e : , -, -- - -~ -- -i "^ rodeo grounds in Cave Springs and b ° r s o v e r c a f l «° the roaring ac- hit the trail for thc "Silver S t r i k e ' p a n l m o n t of wh 'stlcs and Jubilee and Frontier Days" in Si- | '£'"· TM - 990-foot U.S. Lines will participate in the celebration tcday and tomorrow. The calvacade a.ssemblcd yrs- lerday afternoon at the rodeo Jefferson City, Mo. - (/P) - Fouri s r o u n d s in C a v t Springs. A b o u t "~ 18 John Tune, 19, and Bruce Williams, 15. Police s.iid thc f i v e look two suitcases from a chartered bus liner w a i t i n g to r e t u r n Rainbow dclc- -- i --- ~.. i.\. ., ,.- , · - - ·-·· I ··-..'..j.'n ^.nj, iviu. - (/fi - f ' o u r i -- ·" ---- · - "c·«"(· i. head after she was judged "The J. nc . '' b a d l y over-crowded I convicts kidnaped a young counlc! 2 5 0 w e i e P''"ent yesterday a f t c r -ma P h i " M-- :»o,uare is caused by traffic jams at and commandeered their car last 1 " 00 " a n d evening for an informal Springs, 27 miles a w a v They i * "" --·* ·· ·' ·-·" · · -" 'moved past the Battery comnlot- Kates lo Iheir homes. One of the ing a 500-mile cruise from New- suitcases was thrown into the port News, Va., where she was West For!( of W h i t e River. The h u i l t - other was found in a car owned j b y one of lhc men. Little Rock - ifll - The death of ,s Vernon Cray, n, i slroyTng^o'",,£' tnT'^ per '!.''^'.?' h *"." ho » ·»«*«« =0, Jim S p i l l a r v c e n t at n i g h t ^ i n , ^ weather" j ^ o^'icT^ wo*e? from injuries suffered in a highway accident yesterday raised the violent death toll m Arkansas to 16 for the week ending Sunday lidnight. llollis Guy Downing, Sfockburger Are Named Deputies Sweetheart of Sigma Chi." Nom- - -· J u . , . J o l inatcd by the Sigma Chi chapter 'I 10 corncrs ' where streams of traf- at Cornell University, Miss WH- run to S eth er, mix with strong ·minded pedestrians, and come lo liamson was crowned the international sweetheart after she bested other beauties competing for the honor. car as -- -- * --- - «....«. night in a daring escape from a ^ m u s i c and son » Program. Pie and flf VI . · ~ ^ ··* ijaiiiit-^uii, ly, ana jviiss Gale Gru · ' - fia ..iu/.cnx muri PCr fTh" Cn |,r° P ;, ' "^ 17: wcrc rcl «^d u n h a r m c d j . T h c RoKers u n i t w " i 0 'TM'! by much of ih,. d i f f i c u l t y j today in Sedalia . T h e State High-' n ? crs f r o m Springdale Faycltc McCarran Amendment Proposal Defeated ed a, each corner' oMhe ^.\^^ j h ""* f " '" nedestnans were forced to show ' I p more than usual regard for life ' yv . . ' ' ' ° UtSlde and lim ! onto and off of thc square one i l i n c of t r a f f i c at a time. Thc re- j suit v.-as that driving was safer Washington-Wi-Senator McCar- j imtl faslcr and tempers were spar- ran (D-Nev) losl out today in a · move to gel the senate to take up I Tllc system, described as a trial i a constilutional amendment that .measure, was proposed last week would deny a president the right I a t a joint meeting of the city's to seize private property unless . Street Committee and the Highway authorized by act of Congress. I Committee of the Chamber of t,w M^'" C v nto: 42 tn 12 lo Commerce, table McCnrran s motion t h a t it i proceed lo immediate consideration of his constitutional amendment proposal. Louis Downing, former Washington County chief deputy sheriff, has been re-appointed to thc post which he held for two years. Sheriff Bruce Cridcr announced loday. He also announced reappointmcnt of Lloyd Slock- burger as a deputy sheriff. Stockburger fills a vacancy ere- ovcrurned Friday. vi!lc, Eureka Springs""ncVry'viYlc, KoreTn'^ationTA, 11 " w* '," ?° i Washi "l«TM -'"V Congressional I " lcd by thc f»lgnation of Leonard Little Rock, Iliwasse. Moneu!:, ,,?//". N . a J 1 TM°l, Asscmb . 1 . y ioia * 1 leaders lold President Truman to. ! Joncs '.f d «P»'y sheriff for the oast '."S'n in a oaring escape from a · "· "° son » Program. l'ie and ,, ,., ^,rd^ c ^^^'CrcS»T scrvcrt by Cavc . Kee P Him Aj PreJi^nl Leaders Seek To Wind Pusan, Korea - W) - Supporters! of President Syngman Rhce in i h ' pruitt. Jr.. son i,t Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Guy Pruitt of iho Stony Point community died in a Scarcy hospital of injuries suffered Thursday night when he dived onto a fricntt at the Searcy swimming pool. Vidol Ascbcdn, Mexican farm employe, died at a Blythcville hospital of injuries suffered when hij car Rock, Iliwasse, Drake's Creek, Shirley, and Ozark. Monetl,, voted to'retain h i m ' LO'.V" ^ u i u c L-'UMLtJri. .... Disturb Indians ! Rld flway, Dr. Conanf It's The Law Poultry Market -The poultrj market today an reported bj the University of Arkansas Institute of Science and Technology and the Dairy »nd Poultry Market News Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Northwest Arkansas tcrday, complaining: " A ' lot of New York - f/P, - f; e n c r ·, I ffi«Tn rr'name'^d ,"-. J^rT B. ^"^^^1 "o'i afiv^rn w r n --''" a TM"' «^nir ftw s Club headed by Ralph Bearrt, of Awards of Freedom House Oklahoma City, was formed on -.-the premise Indians should have' Seed DeolerS And Thc R e p u b l i c a n c o n v e n t i o n opens A,,an^C,,,r to p a r t . y cloudy . n n h ' « *' '" tcumpcr -' lh(1 measures t h a i w i l l provide the o nou, w a/lC ' noon ' lon " fhl a n d m TM«-.v m run Iho government In '"' n " r " )W ' the fiscal year beginning J u l y 1. depu first time .since he resigned two j r c i l i n z s . the covernmcnt doesn't years ago to enter the oil field ' expect t h i s action to bring any construction ' . .. business. An Air Force veteran of World War I I , he was named chief deputy when Sheriff Cridcr took office in 1947. the first claim on staging authcn- College Of Ozarks For Ford Foundation Plan Growers Meet At U. A. Average Income Of Arkansans, As Shown! Iwo *"* ^ Murder '13 On Philippine Ship In 1950 Census, $1,315, Report Indicates price changes. The .s,upp forecast was made hy the O f f i c e of Price Stabilization ycsteiriuy m l i f t i n g ceilings from : many cotton drygoods, hides and , leather, and burlap ind cotton bags. MmilL-f/Pi-Thr death toll in thc : bolo k n i f e slayings aboard an In- jsrov.ers of A r k a n s a s ,, Washlnglon-f/rvThc Census Bu- Mlssissipi i and Texas met today in An ordinance requiring all taxi j t h e first of a three-day session at all Arkansans. as reported in the cabs operating on 1950 census, waj $1,315 annually m a r k e t Icgc of thc Ozarks has agreed to City Council May 27, 184S. I I Ibi.) 27-28 cents lb., mostly SI.,urday. Profit Listed For On-Farm Trainees .^ H I i,, ,, j ;-·» ·»"«·· »i»ying.s nooarn nn i n - j Little nock-(/Pl-Vft«r«n *v So Ikuff* "'I' '° M P ' M "-I "-'f 1 '" 1 '"""'"hip Sunday rose | thc-farm trainees receive* »n ,v- wss aViiS !r,^.Tr«, wrt i£r"« nd »JiArt ^^^ Ncws i " a ? c °,', ^iri" durln « 1MI - Turning to the numb»r of tin ! si, ^ATM, , i-.u · ' '' "' Wohl '°fl. ~P«rvUor o( me n u m o . r of tin. Six women and children were : vctoran-on-the-f.rm tnlnihf tor "· Educ.tion Drpcrtnwnt, '-' profit to OI f»r s $n,Mt,wo. year «ll v*t*rn« owner*. rth*r tn** trut 40.000 v*ttr«ni ,*nrnllMf 1M4.

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