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Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - December 22, 1952, Fayetteville, Arkansas PAGES TODAY Rtod by ovtr Doily JMltoest Tfct fublie Inftrtsf The Conctni Of TMi Ntwipwr IOCAI MMCAST-. and vteiitttr clewfr in ,igM nln er (Mlckf IM UmwrilurM trow n M 14. Tomorrow e oudy rimtlriiMd cold null .12 HIIK niter. tty if nwin riM KiMM fin- VOIUMI 91, NUMUt AT. King and NIA FcaturM FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMKR 11, Prm Win ma mi cum Crash Fatal To ft Will Bring Investigations Military Aircraft Grounding Called For; Cause Sought Moses- Lake, Wash. Mili- tary experts continued efforts to- day to find out why the big Globe- master crashed here Saturday, kill- 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, military's biggest airplane, was the 10th in a recent series which has snuffed out more than 300 lives. Calls began immedhtcly for irrpunding of military a'.rnak while safety, precautions and [lane checks are taken. Sen. Richard Russell (D-Ga) called for an exhaustive investiga- tion. He said it was possible a sub- committee of his Senate Armed Services Committee would take ac- tion on the Moses Lake disaster Moses, Wash., killing 86 persons. The big transport plane was carrying At Larson Air Force Base starf-' 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 Teiephotos) History's Worst- Airplane Disaster CommissionersMay 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 .s'.arjert on inaugural benr- inc v.-hal Pres rlen'.-flevt Kisen- says i.i [h? por'.rnit job ever done nn him The iinsi- trjl medal, in gild, will be pre- sented the new president. j Replicas in hronzc arc being sold to the ny the i ho'.vrr-N'.xon InaiiRUral Commlt- Wreckage from the worst air crash in history is shown above the remains of a C-124 Globemaster which crashed Saturday at Lake process was slow because many of the victims were mangled and burned beyond recognition. A stu- dy of dental records was being made by identification experts. Meanwhile, four Air Force gen- erals huddled with other officers, civilian and technical representa- tives of aircraft and equipment manufacturers, trying to piece to- gether the cause of the accident. Power Lack Cited An Air Force captain with years of experience flying heavy equip- 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 pas- sengers who lived through the crash. "I had a peculiar from his hospital bed at Lar- 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 run- 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 answer: The Greek word Christ is and the is often used as Ihe first part of the word "Christmas" to shorten also that piairc uuunte ai ine eiiu OI ine run- T. alert fhal way and it seemed the plane had u w" nnt developed .enough power to, some -I" complete the takeoff" Jesus Chnst-the first letters of The pilot. Captain Demas said. lhe words
Of Friendi 1 Slight Advance Shown I In New York The Stock Mar- ket advanced slightly today wilh railroads makinc Ihe best Prices we're higher nr In-vpr colder tonight with a few snnw i cnunlry now has "more friends jaround a dollar a share. Tnnl up. flunier; Tuesday clearinc enemies despite the hostility Mvas active. i.ilhcr eold, i nf M a u p I n C'ummings when she i pleaded (t'jil'y to charges of false I nse in the passing of in i worthless checks In Washington County. j Mrs. Andry Ror-well 26. was re-: leased after her sen'ence wai' passed and suspended. ?he made gonrl the S4SO in had checks. AI frtlse pretense charge filed against: .Saturday after a bad check there vas made good. Atty. Gen. Ike Hurry, fffice "certainly would" defer) McMath's action if It -was chal lenged In court and the goteme his services. M< mailed each nf the rotr mlssioners a letter Saturday not ty! Marseille, French jet fishier. Mrs. Jacque- Belgrade, j line Auriol. d nighler-m-law of the slavia observed its annual Army French pros dent, broke her own woman's record vesterday over a B2.13 mile course Her averacc time was an hour. She hnd made 511.370 miles an hour in May. 19.M. Dav today and Premier Mar- shal Ti'.o proudly asserted that his Four Selected For Defense Department Posts Math were Chairman Lye] !'ot J. Ed Wright ar Harry Parkin, both of Little Roc! .1. H. Dirklns. Magnolia: Fred Bate.tville; Hay Limbaug Pocabontas. and Mrs. Rudolph Hi tcr. Jonesboro. Joe Sprlnsdale and John Pstton MorriHnn are the remaining men i They did not attend t! 1 meeting. Barlat Dated Ret I A' the Thursday meetlnf. McMath contended was closed newsmen, the'commission Mt ra ing dates for Oaklawn Park at H They took the bid -i of the St. Fram Valley Turf Association. MrMalh charged that thf Tt rest City track proposal was nu norled by the same group whi umurcesxfully sought a franch for Dixie Downs. Inc.. near W' Memphis. The governor said 1 administration would not "be died with this race truck hoc Lltlle Francis. Little Roek newspaperman, will j iflMt trading centered on broilers tiie man as administrative aide to er fryers weighing between 2.75 j turned woman, says she has sign-1 Gnv -elect Francis Cherry. Cherry President-elect Dwight D. Klsenhowrr namfd the above men to high posts In the Defense Department In the administration. Leu nghl: Hiirnld F.. T.ilbntt. New Ywk aircraft Indir.trmlKt, secretary of air Inrce; Robert Ten Broeck Stevens, South Plainfipld, N. lextilo mnnulaclurer, sccrrtnry of the nrrnv; floger M. Blortmfir Id. Hills. Mich General Motors vice president, deputy secretary infl 1.15 Ihs; prices at the farm big commercial contra fifirted to 2 p. and promised an announcement ill weights 28 soon thai "will be i for everybody." nnnonnrod lhat tho Ark.'insss Dem- ocrat rapi'ol reporter, a Pinf Bluff a big Mirpntc i-ativc, will ASMimc the post Janu- defense, nnd Robert Bemerd Andenon. Vrrnon. oilman and he nlier, Democrat, secretary nl Ihe The lour men will serve un- 1. der the overall direrlinn o[ Ihe dflense secrelnr.v-desHnnle. Charles E. Wilson. (Kf Five of the seven dismissed co mlssioners reached by the Awo alert Press yesterday said the d< at the controversial meeting w closed for only a short "execut session." Parkin said, "We went nver whole executive session with reporters" He If meeting was Illegal, an McM contends, then racing dates set (he commission are ineffect Trie state, as a result at McMa action, Is now without catnn sinn to set new datee. Olcklns laid the mMtlnf eeul' ihave been closed to the pu jjjnre hii wife attended the i elnn. l.vcll tall he rilAnt ki j whether the Ktloa was legal, I CONTMUn ON PAOt
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