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Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - December 22, 1952, Fayetteville, Arkansas PAGES TODAY by ovtr Doily fublie The Of TMi MMCAST- and in igM nln er IM trow n M 14 Tomorrow e cold null 12 niter tty if nwin riM KiMM 91 AT King and NIA FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS MONDAY EVENING 11 Prm Win ma mi cum Crash Fatal To ft Will Bring Investigations Military Aircraft Grounding Called For Cause Sought Lake Wash tary experts continued efforts day to find out why the big master crashed here Saturday ing 86 men And civilian officials in and out of government circles asked investigations and action to reduce the number of military plane accidents Saturday's crash which killed but 30 of the men aboard the U S biggest airplane was the 10th in a recent series which has snuffed out more than 300 lives Calls began for of military while safety precautions and checks are taken Sen Richard Russell called for an exhaustive tion He said it was possible a sub- committee of his Senate Armed Services Committee would take tion on the Moses Lake disaster Moses Wash killing 86 persons The big transport plane was carrying At Larson Air Force Base soldiers heading homeward for Christmas In photo at right Waymond ing point of the flight the joh of I K Ferguson 22 of Batesville Ark asks a Red Cross worker Mrs J identifying the dead continued The Hoffman to notify his family that he is sale after surviving the crash NEA History's Airplane Disaster Challenge In Court Firings By McMath Adion Taken By Cherry Would Revise Fiscal Proposal Similar To Plan Submitted By Henry Alexander Fine Portrait Of Eisenhower On New Medals has on inaugural inc Pres says job ever done nn him The medal in gild will be pre- sented the new president j Replicas in arc being sold to the ny the i Wreckage from the worst air crash in history is shown above the remains of a which crashed Saturday at Lake process was slow because many of the victims were mangled and burned beyond recognition A dy of dental records was being made by identification experts Meanwhile four Air Force gen- huddled with other officers civilian and technical tives of aircraft and equipment manufacturers trying to piece gether the cause of the accident Power Lack Cited An Air Force captain with years of experience flying heavy ment said he thought the plane just couldn't develop enough power to rise from the runway He was Capt George Demas of Cleveland Ohio and Charleston S C His observations were made first was one of the sengers who lived through the crash I had a peculiar from his hospital bed at son AFfi that we were staying too long on the ground I became convinced of this when I felt the plane bounce at the end of the 131 Entries In Decorations Contest Judges Out Tonight Trie request came in to the TIMES is tht word Xmas used for The University library supplied The Greek word Christ is and the is often used as first part of the word Christmas to shorten also that ai ine OI ine T alert way and it seemed the plane had u w nnt developed enough power to some -I complete the takeoff Jesus first letters of The pilot Captain Demas said words apparently agreed as he tried to yank it into the air because it was too late to reverse the propellers and stop it The plane rose sharply the cap- related then started to settle Then the pilot turned sharp to the left and that suggested to me he was attempting to come back to the runway I looked out the window at that point and ated we were about 75 feet in the air The pilot later identified in the list of dead as Lt William nell of Portland Maine probably changed his mind and attempted to resume normal course Demas said After that the first thing De- mas could recall was making his painful way from the wreckage and collapsing He was seriously but not critically injured Plane Not Overloaded The 116 men in the giant decked plane was not unusual Air Force officials said They told of tests in which 160 men with pound packs have flown in without overloading But Rep Edith N Rogers Mass asked the Air Force to ground the transports until the causes can be Determined Servicemen she told Secretary of i Air Finletter should not crowded into one large like cattle Christ being employed They'll Learn The Bad News A Little Later Moses Lake two little children of Lt Robert 1 Maple attended a Christmas party they had looked forward to for Thirty-one homes and other j entered in the annual Christmas decoration contest will be judged tonight in Fayetteville by a panel of out-of-town judges If judging is not completed the contest will stretch over into tomorrow when the tinal decisions will be made Entered in the contest are 27 private homes two fraternity houses one University residence hall and the Benedictine Sisters Convent Prizes of and will be given first second and third place winners in both the private home and residence hall divisions The second division encompasses all which are not private i listed by the Chamber j and i of Commerce Mrs M E Barker 934 I Juy E Brown North Sequoyah Drive D R Eoff 720 Douglas i Mrs Cy Carney Jr 663 North Walnut Harold Clinehens 429 this for 100 Aboard Grounded Ship Wait For Diplomacy Moves Little Francis Cherry gain i power than previous didn't like the first his proposed plan for new version it him 1 fiscal administration is carried sot and lips The out Hen Walter i The plan also would provide a I check nn 1 by the legislature than i ever before i The proposal is similar to a plan submitted by Dr Henry of the University of Ar- kansas to the Arkansas tive Council several months agn Cherry released a let outlining the plan Saturday but he didn't make publi sary legislation to carry it out The proposal rails for the of the present offices of comptroller purchasing agent and the Board of Fiscal Control The duties of these offices become part of a new Department nf Finance and Administration It will bo headed by Frank Storey if the department is organized features include thp placing nf of under the Legislature in- stead of the plus an inventory of prop-] Rock The erty Jo become perpetual sax Supreme Court today heard Fundi in the petition of The naid son County Clerk Boyd funds of stale his scheduled suspension cies and institutions would Irom of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine turned up the cornets of Ihr mouth and the ex- tn the general his characteristic grin Suspension Of Boyd Argued Before Court justices To Rule On Madison County Official's Status Beirut passenger liner Champollion Nu house 348 Ar- 546 tons ran aground in a storm kansas Kappa Alpha house j just south of Beirut harbor today dium Road Lloyd Halls West j about 100 passengers French Maple Mrs W R Trice 1535 North Garland Benedictine ters 313 East Lafayette Mrs Davin McNair 414 North Walnut Mrs P R Green 118 East Dickson Roy Wood 4 Ml Nord j Mrs Roy W Williams Mt businessmen and tourists reported aboard Israeli civil and naval craft wore standing by in Haifa 75 miles south of Beirut ready to go to no j assistance but awaiting the involving Lebanese and French mi- llion ties and the United Nations r Armistice Commission j 1 j The Champollion is in Lebanese j waters Lebanon and Israel still are technically at war under Projectionist At Theater Averts subjected to the procedure stile funde He Bald the plan would machinery no in the future will represent joint efforts of the chief executive General and the Tod last week tiled Information charging Boyd with two counts of misdemeanor in office involving aliened issuance of a marriage licence to un- der legal Circuit Judge ordered Boyd suspended from j fice pending trial and Boyd tional power the part in budget preparation Prohibition to prevent this action budget Chief Justice Griffin Smith day issued a temporary writ ing consideration of the full court The chief justice said the full Court would Announce its decision The Legislature handles preparations at the present The plan also includes Af of contracts for printing I IMC and supplies to the ment of Finance and sometime today Chief M F tion The department's Schulte of suburban Carnegie under the would control credited the old a created pool of of a theater with averting lor state use On Check story occupied by the Most departments would Louisa Theater required to submit quarterly More than 200 patrons mostly estimates of prospective needs j Governor Brings Illegal Charge Executive Prepared To Defend Dismissals Of Racing Officials Little squabble over the discharge nf seven members of Arkansas Pacing Commission may end in a court battle Gov Sirt McMath who fired his Saturday after they voted lot to aik for bids for a horse track at Forrest City declared prepared to defend my tion and my authority for It in court I'll happy to Ho If the attorney general Is unable to defend the action I will do personally At least four of the fired com- missioners contend McMath's tion was illegal seven bers of the under Act 75 of 1949 which pro by or to which the public and barred County Hen Glenn ther attorney for St Turf which the racing franchise laid that the law under which the removed the did not to the racing million Walther that Act IS amended Act 417 of 1847 and the latter statute applied only to boards anif confirmation was required by the Senile He slid that the racing da not require Senate confirmation The governor in Mid He either pave read the taw or consulted attorney general I don't think letter Saturday to commissioners is of any force or feet If those members do not re- sign I think they miy proceed nr their volition to receive bids pan on the financial reasor responsibility of the applicant me runt the franchise Act Is applicable to board or commission which bar the public and the press from it The have been dismissed Ther will be no race track I considered for Forrest CItr whil A Harrison woman v as given He died in the wreckage couldn't disappoint Mrs Maple said of the two little children I had to go through with it I couldn't tell them about Robert today NLRB Orders Firm At ff j Gentry To Make Changes i Pearl Clinehens 327 them i North Grover W Hughes 304 I From the short it York Mrs Jaek Surge 1206 i Champollion was breaking up but land Mrs Charles Brannan 915 a spokesman fnr her owners Rush Drive Mrs Harold 14 Ranch Drive Fred Kerr 95 South Mrs Cal 144 West Prospect York Street I Mrs Evertt Campbell Cleburn and i Vandeventer Myrl 811 Lindell Frank Leach 401 1 Road Richard Greer 209 armistice Paris said she was not although she has a vertical crock down Hie middle The Champollion was listing at a 20 degree angle about 600 yardo i offshore yesterday when John Stanton saw smoke curling from the ceiling He stopped his projection machine turned on the lights and told the There is no reason to be walk out slay out until we're sure everything is all right The fire caused damaco mated by Schulte at more than Washin The National committee crashes to the Air Battles Fought In Skies Of North Korea Seoul U S Sabre jet pi- lota blasted three Communist from North Korean skies in a series of air battles near the Yalu River today the U S Fifth Air Force reported One was down in a dogfight between Sabres and two MIGs that from 41.000 feet down to Two other Red jets were downed in a battle between six Sabres and eight MIGs The frozen ground front ed quiet except for a few light jabs by Chinese Reds on the tral Front labor practices at the firm The concern was told by the NLRB to cease and desist 1 Discouraging membership in the AFt Meat Cutters and er Workmen or any other Jail r organization 2 Interfering with restraining or coercing employes in the cise of the right to organize The NLRB also ordered that tain employes be offered positions previously denied them and that the company reimburse certain workers for any loss of pay they may have suffered as a result of Garland County Sells Hospital Bond Issue Poultry Market Hot Springs A bond issue to buy n hospital was sold today by Garland County to the First National Bank of and associates The bonds will mature from De- The poultry market re- i 1953 lo December 1 ported by the of Ar- 972 The to buy a kansas Institute of Science and here and nn Technology and the Dairy and tension to it A lest case is before Poultry Market Service of the Arkansas Supreme Court tn determine if a county may float a bond issue legally the U S Department of ture Northwest Arkansas area Vet steady supplies adequate for nu Surprise Coming tht light demand trading Copenhagen D c n m a r k Judging will begin at 7 o'clock tonight Judges will be Mrs ard Clark of Springdale Mrs Donald Parks of Prairie Grove Mrs Pauline Morgan of West Fork and Ernest Bunch of Elkins Winners will be announced the day before Christmas California Controller Named U.S Senator Sacramento Calif nor Warren today selected slate ler Thomas U Kuchel a lican to succeed Vice elect Richard M Nixon in the U.S Senate Nixon who will be 40 on ary 0 resigned shortly after the presidential election effective Jan 1 his successor gain seniority over ators taking Congress convenes January S Kuchel a member of a pioneer California family has long been considered one of the bright younger prospects of the lican party in his native Ken Francis Named As Aide To Cherry The Weather i portion I A rha n h portion turning this cloudiness and fnr full year The finance di- rector would have power to prove or disapprove a request for operational materials or supplies for most departments Not in- cluded under this would be Legislature courts and j of higher learning and the wav Department Cherry said purchasing would j be centralized and needs supplied either from equipment or terials already on hand or by com- bids Of 1 Slight Advance Shown I In New York The Stock ket advanced slightly today wilh railroads makinc best Prices we're higher nr colder tonight with a few i now has more friends a dollar a share up flunier Tuesday enemies despite the hostility active i nf M a u p I n when she i pleaded to charges of false I nse in the passing of in i worthless checks In Washington County j Mrs Andry 26 was leased after her wai passed and suspended made the in had checks AI pretense charge filed Saturday after a bad check there vas made good Atty Gen Ike Hurry certainly would defer McMath's action if It chal In court and the goteme his services mailed each nf the a letter Saturday not Marseille French jet fishier Mrs Jacque- Belgrade j line Auriol d of the slavia observed its annual Army French pros dent broke her own woman's record over a mile course Her time was an hour She hnd made 511.370 miles an hour in May Dav today and Premier shal proudly asserted that his Four Selected For Defense Department Posts Math were Chairman J Ed Wright ar Harry Parkin both of Little 1 H Fred Hay Limbaug and Mrs Rudolph Hi tcr Jonesboro Joe and John are the remaining men i They did not attend 1 meeting Barlat Dated Ret I A the Thursday McMath contended was closed newsmen Mt ra ing dates for Oaklawn Park at H They took the bid -i of the St Fram Valley Turf Association charged that thf Tt rest City track proposal was nu by the same group whi sought a franch for Dixie Downs Inc near W Memphis The governor said 1 administration would not be died with this race truck hoc Francis Little Roek newspaperman will j trading centered on broilers tiie man as administrative aide to er fryers weighing between 2.75 j turned woman says she has Gnv Francis Cherry Cherry President-elect Dwight D the above men to high posts In the Defense Department In the administration Leu F New aircraft secretary of air Robert Ten Broeck Stevens South N of the floger M Id Hills Mich General Motors vice president deputy secretary 1.15 Ihs prices at the farm big commercial contra to 2 p and promised an announcement ill weights 28 soon thai will be i for everybody lhat tho ocrat reporter a Bluff a big i-ativc will the post defense nnd Robert Andenon oilman and he Democrat secretary nl The lour men will serve un- 1 der the overall Charles E Wilson Kf Five of the seven dismissed co reached by the Awo alert Press yesterday said the at the controversial meeting w closed for only a short session Parkin said We went whole executive session with reporters He If meeting was Illegal an McM contends then racing dates set he commission are Trie state as a result at McMa action Is now without sinn to set new datee laid the been closed to the pu hii wife attended the i tall he rilAnt ki j whether the was legal I ON
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