of and Cape Hatteras, a. m., i an not hurricane, may has said. HIS HAT MAY BE IN SENATORIAL RING--Informed that a campaign campaign to make him Democratic candidate for senator from Texas was gaining momentum, Gen. Jonathan M. Wainwright .right, said, "If th epeople of Texas want me, I'll be very happy to serve." The 'retired hero of Corregidor, now in the hardware business, is pictured pictured above comparing hardware items with Dudley Steele in Chicago, Chicago, where they attended a convention. Recorder Clears Old Traffic Cases Ervin Appeals Sentence On Reckless Driving ^Charge; Give* Bond Of $300 Traffic cases, some of them almost a year old, consumed consumed most of Judge C. B. Winberry's time in Recorder's court Monday afternoon. Thomas Jefferson Ervin, charged with reckless driving as an aftermath aftermath of an automobile collision October 18, 1946, was given five moiiths in the county home, suspended suspended on payment of costs and on the further condition he pay $6CO to apply on the hospital bills of two youths who lost legs in the ment of costs. Ciarles A. Shoemaker, driving while intoxicated, three months on the roads, suspended on payment 01 SI05 fine and costs. Snelton Williams, assault with a deadly weapon, prayer for judgment judgment continued on payment of costs. Paryl Dustin Keiger, reckless U. S. To Support Evaff As Leader As Latins Revolt Aranha Says War * Must Be Averted UNITED KATIONS HAI7 Flushing, X. Y., Sept. 16.- (U.R)--The second gener assembly of the United X tions opened in a tense f mosphere of d i p l o strain between Russia ar the United States and wr immediately warned that Â·' faced the chance betwet . roads to war and peace. Former Brazilian Foreign M.'-i Ister Oswaldo Aranha gaveled t crucial meeting to order a f( minutes after upsetting Unit" States plans to support Austral!.'' tough-talking Foreign Minist' Â· Herbert V. Evatt for the pre . dency. The Latin American nations r~ volted against the U. S. and dec ed to support Aranha and ma a contest of it. Aranha was pre dent of the special assembly Palestine and will preside itt tne election this afternoon. The assembly hall was filled 'Â·Â·Â· capacity for the first session voted to Aranha's opening addrc and New York Mayor Willis O'Dwyer's welcome. The Sau Arabian native robes and wt burnooses and the colorful flo ing gowns of the Indian, womc Â· delegate? gave a touch of color .Â· the modernistic assembly hall. Aranlia bluntly announced V major concern of every delega at this meeting--whether t' world is to have peace or war--: Â·Â· his,,address. Without mentions : the fierce -diplomatic war betwec the United States and Russia, ]Â· Â· appealed for understanding ar i reason instead of armed forc in in seeking a settlement of the di ficulfies between "some" natior He pleaded with the delegatr --many of whom talk about tr Â· inevitability of war between, ea.. and west--to condemn and reje'il the very thought of war.