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Traverse City Record Eagle (Newspaper) - January 24, 1952, Traverse City, Michigan DAILY AVERAGE PAID CIRCULATION 12 March 31. 1951 TRAVERSE CITY NORTHERN MICHIGAN'S GREATEST DAILY GIVE DIMES UNITED PRESS FULL LEASED WIRE SERVICE SIXTEEN PAGES TRAVERSE MICHIGAN JANUARY 24, 1952 FIFTY-FOURTH PRICE FIVE CENTS Fifteen Freeze to Death in Dakota Blizzard These Days By GEORGE E. TOTAL LOSS Great problems are not lightly solved nor do the slogans that drive men to blind acceptance of lates save us from en Ours is a time when events course by so madly that few stand their ground stubbornly against the sea of We seem to leap from incident to Suddenly there is a new emergency and men Since 1914, great empires have collapsed and nations hardly known then are now I nevei saw all this stated more accurately than in George F. nan's 1900-195U." Kennan is to be our ambassador to Soviet Russia where he will have the advantage over of his at of knowing the language and ing a knowledge of the people and This is what he would like first to say word about the total result of these two world wars in These wars were fought at the price of some tens of millions of untold physical of the de- struction of the balance of forces on the the price of rendering western Europe perhaps vulnerable to Soviet Both wars were with a to changing to correcting her to making the mans something different from what they if one were offered the chance of having back again the Germany of a Germany um by conservative but moderate no Nazis and no a ous united and full of energy and able to play a part again in the of power an there would be ob- jections to it from many and it wouldn't make everybody but in many ways it wouldn't sound so in son with our problems of think what this When you tally up the total score of the two in terms of their sible you find that if there has been any gain at it is pretty hard to This is not certainly not as it applies to World War Many warned of the dangers of entei prise Such men as belt Hoover Hugh Charles and even this and during that against the perils of opening the door to the Russians by de- the Germans and the We were called fascists in those s. the course of events has proved as Kennan that the the the benefits of these wars are difficult to there were Those wars have proved to be a total loss to The question then why otherwise sound persons never see the perils in their own Perhaps one answer is that out a grounding in too many are guided by the angers of the moment It is like that swift madness that drives a man to de- stroy his home and family over a trifling quarrel with his wife which the pet son would by understanding and weighing ot co Hitler was an abhorrent but before it was sible to meet a defeated Germany with It was posed during War 1 to hang the ont of thar slogan came and his successor is turn to Page 4, Col. 3) What the Angry Waters Did There was fury along with the sound Wednesday when a north gale whipped Grand Traverse bay into a These pictures trate the The top ture shows the Boardman river west of the new boulevard bridge and graphically shows the ly high The bottom picture was taken near the city carpenter shop at Clinch park and is a ing example of Spray from the rolling waves ed and the area around the carpenter An iron pilling around the gan property is all that prevented a serious in that NMC Gets Farm for Ag School Jerry Oleson Gives Land for Project South of Grawn Buried as Leaves AUNT HET It seems like we hate our own sins I never knew a woman that talk like she despised Jan enough money fiom an aged recluse's estate today to move his body from a grave in potter's field to a more dignified plot on Long King's Public tor ITyman Wank the after the fortune accumulated by Harry Chapin Smith was found m a safety de- posit box in a died October 24 in a 1111! frail body was buried in Held after it had been unclaimed in a morgue for 12 The wealth that Smith had cumulated was alter friends and neighbors began dering what happened to the bearded old man who wandered each night through the streets of Brooklyn collecting He was at the house w here he went presumably to put money from his junk sales into his safety deposit A search for Smith was begun by Alfred C. a Brooklyn at the request of a banker who had known the eccentric re- cluse for many The who asked to remain said that Smith once had told him he was a man of despite his unkempt and wanted his money to go to charities following his Smith's admission did not startle the who said the aged junk collector was a Harvard graduate with keen judgment of stock ket As soon as McKenzie learned that Smith had died and been buried as a pauper in potter's an attempt was made to find if he had left a will Wank received court permission to open the safety deposit where he found stacks of stocks and bonds and bankbooks from all sections of the country showing de- posits totaling There was no will in the and authorities went to Smith's room that had been his home and collection point for more than 20 There they found that Smith had lived in The room was cluttered with iunk and stacks of old newspapers and dog eared books that indicated Smith was a I man of more than average It was apparent that Smith j cooked his meals with canned heat and slept in a Morris for there was no room for a After spending several hours ing through the tors abandoned hope of finding a will and concluded Smith had died had himself appointed ex- of the estate until the ful heirs if there are step for- ward to claim the He mated there would be a of claims but unless claimants can prove their relationship to the fortune will go to the first move was to order Smith's body exhumed from field and transferred to a cemetery in either Brooklyn or Queens county Truman Forces Make Plans to Stop Kef auver Jan Sen. Estes who has sured the Democrats a party fight this began casting about day for promising state primaries in which to make his bid for the presidential He already has entei ed the and he announced plans to enter in He promised to disclose within a few days he will do in other The Tennessee who captured national attention ing over the senate crime gation last announced at a news conference yesterday that he will seek the Democratic tial He said he is in the race the whatever President Truman may do about seeking The fact that he gave no heed to Mr. Truman's still undisclosed plans has already led some to join a Acceptance of a farm offered to Northwestern Michigan College and drafting of an agricultural gram to be incorporated into the college curriculum have been by the newly formed agricultural advisory board of the regional educational Formed at a recent college board with Orville cultural agent for Kalkaska and Cra as its the advisory board met this week and endorsed the plan ot establish ing an agricultural school in this making several tions ding the college gram. One was for the board to accept a farm tendered by Jerry Oleson of this offered to the college through the Traverse City Kiwanis club The farm is just south of Cor- ners on seven miles south of Traverse City and consists ot 213 including 30 acres of woodlot It was also recommended that additional property be procured over a period of time to increase the size of the land available tor I agricultural purposes by the col- to 500 acres j Other steps by the board included reserving one of the racks buildings now owned by Northwestern Michigan College for use on the faun site to build mini- mum classroom and shops In considering an agricultural the advisory group proved a terminal program ing of on-the-Job training to gain practical knowledge of agricultural a college parallel tural program to enable students to transfer to Michigan State College to continue college level and a of short courses aimed at improving agricultural practices in the to be so scheduled that the courses will be available ing the time farmers could take advantage of the opportunities of- Chairman Walker appointed a three-man committee composed ot Wilbur agricultural in- at Traverse City high Arthur Grand Traverse county and Walter Antrim turn to Page 2, Col. 3) Kefauver Sen. Brian McMahon been entered in the Illinois presidential primary with the ing of state organization When activity appeared in Sen. bert H Humphrey was persuaded to become a candidate in that Some Democratic party gists have predicted a similar tern in other states where fauver may decide to bid for gates who will pick the nominee at the party convention next In his the Cherry Grange Selects Best Pie Makers First prize in the Cherry Center Grange sixth annual cherry pie baking contest Wednesday evening was awarded to Mrs. Revella Silver Lake in the adult group and to Joan Schavey in the 15-21 year age Second prize in the adult group went to Vera and to Dolun in the junior First winner in the cherry dessert class was Veia Dana and second place was wou by Jean A total ot 26 contestants vied for the prizes and a capacity at- tended the program at insula Judges for the event were Mr. and Mrs. Barney senator said world peace is Mr. and Mrs. Bud the paramount issue today He said I Mr. and Mrs. Bruce and he was proud of foreign policy j Mable home achievements under Democratic ad- Grand ministrations but that he would A baked goods sale was under hope to develop and the direction of Mr. and Robert ative in foreign Sanborn and Mr. and Mrs. James He also said he was proud Hortou were in charge of awarding economic and social gains made i a door prize which was presented under Democratic administrations to Mrs. Small Fire Firemen from the local ment made one run A started from a lighted cigaret took one truck to the U I on East Front No damage was reported by but that still have far to Kefauver has been associated Dorothy Florence Lardie and Nancy Paterson served the closely with the lunch and Mrs. Amy Fisher and wing of the Democratic party than other southern Democratic He did tell his news ence that lie was opposed to a Fair Employment Practices Commission with compulsory powers to enforce decisions against racial He that he would support the party platform on this if i Mrs. Ted Dana were in charge of contest Lloyd Fislier was official greeter for Grange Master Henry Kitchen expressed appreciation this ing to Rennie Oil Max's Tire and Cole James Electric and Graham tric for sponsoring and Ken Bell and his for viding THE WEATHER ope for Soon Jan. Lower cloudy and colder lowest zero to 10 except 15 below in in- Friday pai tly cloudy and not so Occasional light No Shortage of Consumer Goods in Jan A government expert said today there will be of re- w a s h e i television sets household consumer goods The came By United Press Rescue parties set out today to search for the bodies of two sons missing m the and numbing cold which ready have claimed at least 15 lives in the midwest deep The rescuers left S. to try to find Rancher Pete Judd and his Cecil 20. The bodies of the elder Judd's two daughters were discovered huddled together last the state's fourth and fifth victims of the The drills have now given up the bodies of fiAe in South in Minnesota and one in North Forecasters said they had no hope for an immediate warm-up The four Judds had been ing since Monday when the two men picked up the girls at a school four miles The Judd's jeep was lound abandoned later in a snow drift and the bodies of the and were The search for the men was en up temporarily because of a ground blizzard but they presumed the freeze prowled into the east and extended fingers Annual C-C Meeting to be Friday Night Thirty-Sixth Session to Hear ing Speaker Traverse City's Chamber of Com- will hold its 36th annual j meeting at the Park Place hotel I Friday highlighted by an by the nation's out- standing election of j Chamber and presentation I of the annual distinguished award to some This major event on the ber's yearly calendar open with a dinner at p. m. Tickets were still available today for Fri from Leslie P. who heads as far south as the gulf states tho products division of j where temperatures dipped sharply tile National Production said his survey of Chicago's big furniture and shows convinced him et just about any household weve tor s they can pay tor this year from above in the that American families to items Doidge was speaking only ol household Cutbacks in which will sharply restrict bile aie out ot his But was cheerful news on the automobile trout Sen Blair Moody told newsmen last night he been in fanned that of the air force will make available to s more pounds of aluminum during tho second quarter ot from balmy The coliT air mass brought dropping tures to Michigan accompanied by be able Abnormally low forecast for tonight De- troit area to 15 below zero in the sections of northern igan A new storm closed in on promising a drenching for and central California today and tomorrow and more snow in the High The new storm threatened to end a two-day dry spell which brought relief trom last week's disastrous snows and The mercury slumped to 30 be- low zei o in parts ol North one of the states hardest hit by The Michigan Democrat laid 'the cold 1-1 persons government are con- there be enough inum to spare to let the industry turn out curs during May and The not moan fewer planes for the air Moody but a ule lor their Ho said the additional aluminum in the auto a was put into the congressional by Moody and Rep John Dingell to have federal government pay ex- tra unemployment to i lied by cutbacks in were treated tor trost bite in boi ing South including en snow plow found near lu N 01 Ih truck driver Gillette 29. walked to safety huddling 21 hours in the compartment of trm k to keep The inside was o 30 compared to the sub-zero cold Others were not so turn to Page 2, Col. 5) SLIDES UNDER TRUCK MICH. Jan 21 A. Dalton Fourteen senators ami I was in critical condition in three other congressmen lomed hi today after sponsoring the which would expire with the present emergency and would leave turn to Page 2, Col. 4) the rear wheels of an empty auto haulaway truck passed cner his body while ho was in front of his PRESIDENT-ELECT SMETHELLS day's but a sellout crowd of hundred persons is ex- tomorrow President-elect William unanimous choice of two will formally be elected to during the loting which will lead off the ing Three directors will also be elected from a slate of six Doug will serve as master for the with Rev. Francis Foley of Grace Episcopal chinch giving tho Gaiy S. retiring dent of the will briefly and award certificates ot service to past and C. A. Kidder will a certificate to the retiring Presentation of the 1S31 dis- service award will be j made by G. W. ot the 1950 The un- I announced until the annual is chosen by the hoard of Following tho report on election results by Harold election j chan retiring President gan will present the new I Dr. Kenneth McFarland of Kau one of the nation's best known educators and will conclude the program with an ad- His topic will Buckets of An for Munn from MSC Alumni When Head Coach Clarence Munn of Michigan State College arrived at Inn day evening to Address a dinner meeting of the MSC Alumni Association of the Grand Traverse ha was the object of a bit of horseplay by alumni Munn is shown as he was presented with a by President Ormond of the alumni Others in the from to are Steve Sebo MSC backfield Mayor Julius who introduced the coaches on the uet and Spartan line banquet progr
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