FRIDAY, JtTWE H, INK (ARK.7 OOUHITW irw» Stale and District Races Certified Combe Lists Names Of Candidates to Bo On Primary Ballot LITTLE ROOK. Ark., June 34.— (UP)— Democratic state Committee Secretary Harvey G. Combs yesterday certified the names ol state and district candidates to the chairmen of each county central committee. Combs told tlie county official that the name* were to appear on the July n primary ballot unless ^jimly two candidate* had qualified •Jror any office. In that event, their names would appear oniy on the ballot of the Aug 10 second primary. The order In which names appear nn the ballot In each race, Cnnibj said, must he determined by drawings at public meetings in each county. Combs certified these candidates lor state and Congressional races: National CammUteeman Dr. R. B. Robins of Camden. Dr. Pied G. White at Fort. Smith. Kenneth Coffelt o[ Benton. Governor Bob Ed Ixifton of Fort Smith, .lames (Uncle Mac) Mackrell of Little Rock. John Lonsdale. Jr.. Ijonsdale. Charles A. rieminit of Forrest City. James Mcrritl of McGehee. Sid McMath of Hot Springs. Jack Holt of Little Rock.. Horace E. Thompson of Little Rock. William Jennings of Texnrkana. Secretary o» Stale C. G. Hall of Little Rock William B. Holman of Little Rock, Dlbrell W. Palmer of Conway. ^4 Attorney General ^W Ike Murry of Fordyce. Millarrt Alford of Little HocV. John Owens of Murfreesboro. John C. Llnthictim of Little Rock. Treasurer •T. Vance Clayton of Little RocV. State Auditor Oscar Humphrey of Little Rock. Land Commissioner Claude Rankin of Little Rock. Associate Justice Supreme Court .). S. Holt of Little Rock. Walter L. Pope of Little Rock. Associate Justice Supreme Court (Special Election) Arthur L. Adams of Jonesboro. J. Fred Jones of Little Rook. George Rose Smith of Little Rock. Congressional Races First District E. C. (Took) Gainings of West Memphis. James E. McDaniel of Jonesboro. T. E. Haley of Paragould. !' Third Dintrirl J. W. Trimble of Berryville. Charles B. f vy of Bentonvllle. Fourth District George 7. Edwards of Texarkann. John E. Harris of Fort Smith. Boyd Tackett of Nashville. Russell Turnipseed of Hackett. Ray Blair of rarls. Lee M. Whittaker of fort Smith. Serentn District Oren Harris of El Dorfldo. Vernon Whitten of Magnolia. >Jenry B. Whltley of Magnolia. The Girls Are in Uniform for Keeps ?f *-'"" '; »ni [>»id ont of four Annual In- •lltnenU. Williams Collins bought Ihr Wll- njon County plot—about 490 acre* — fc ye*r Uler *L lh« same \\rirv. H* 1 »d< a >24ft down |»yiucnl at\d Mild two of eight MmtiM (91 87 1945 NOW PLANS 1945 NOW PLANS 1945 MOW PLANS With women now regular members of the Army, N;ivy and Air Force. th« »hr« Mrvic« bnmchw have announced plans for expanding the present strength of women in uniform. WACS attached to the Air Force will now have their own name, "Women in the Air Force," artd will b* known M "WAFS." Chart show* number of women in the services in I fits, at the p*«k of wirltriM «4rwi|lh, at the present lime, and the number planned (or the futur*. State Department Raps Soviet Acts Against the Allies WASHINGTON, June 25. —<UP» —A Stale Department spokesman said yesterday Russia lias taken "unilateral and provocative steps" against the Western powers in Ber- Hn which "flagrantly" violate existing agreements. Michael J. McDermott, special assistant to Secretary of State George C. Marshall, told reporters: "I think you all fully understand where responsibility tor this situation rest,*;, and the motivation behind those unilateral acts." McDermott did not specify the particular Russian acLs he was talking about. But he reaffirmed the rights to the British, French and American governments to shore occupational control of Berlin. It was regarded as certain that McDermott reflected the opinion of this government that the Russians are embnrXed on efforts to force the three Western powers out of Berlin. McDermott referred to past ef- Potferson Still favors Work-or-FigJit Law WASHINGTON, June 2S. iljpl — Former Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson said yesterday ihe United States should hnvc a "\fc-ork- or-fight" law in any future war- Patterson told the graduating class of the Armed Forces Industrial college (hat Congress failed in Its pledge to the nation during World War II by not passing such a law. "The failure to pass a wr^k-or- flght law should be measured against the standard set In the declaration of war in which It pledged the entire resources o[ ihe nation to the prosecution of the war," Patterson said. The I no*- has mltieral Rli l.i^re is no oil or RIIX pro- ucert itt either of the two cmmUeK. Jnd*r l lift now Inws thr present ownrrs" of the prop* it y run g«t imi'Otit^stcd iHle by imyhig lh« ong-ovfixlue iiiMuHiueitU. LtoWall Radial !'uw*r Saw HAWKINS Lumber * Machinery ('n. * llraler )• A r* ****** Onlrr SI. rhnm J.1KI* R»ik, Ark SEE YOUR PONTIAC DEALER Sales - Service - Parts Goodwill Used Cars NOW! at FOUNTAINS K very where! SMITH PONTIAC CO. President S«ttf*« Two Old R«ol Fstot* Dealt With Signing or Bill WASHING'I'ON. June JS. (UP)—| President Truman yesterday signed ; ICRlslatlon to permit completion of two Mississippi real entate dealft be- | gun more than 100 year* Rgo. \ Two bills, signed by the pi-esl- ' dent, finally settled the nwner.ih.lp of tr«cU of l«nd in Warren and Wilkinson counilM ' Moses F^'anx boufclit 16.1 acren of land In Ihe Warren County In 1811. : Bl YIHI-VILLL ARK forts toward political and economic unity of Germany on a four-po^'Pr basis—"efforts which because nf Russian construction unfortunately met with failure." Although McDermott d(d not specify the unilateral steps taken by the Russians, they include halting of transport Into Berlin, *nd refusal to recognize the, new currency established In the Western zones of Germony, NOW! at FOUNTAINS Kv«r.vwh«r«! Bull Rampages I Through Streets Of New Orleans NEW ORLEANS, June 25.—(DP) — A Brahman Inrtl rampaged through a downtown section of New Orleans for almost two hours yesterday before he finally WM killed by a policeman sitting on top of a truck. Calvin Broussarrl of Pralrievi.Ic, La., near Baton Rouge, Identified himself n.s the owner of the bull. ^ He said he wa.s taking his bull ^ack to Prairieville for breeding •purposes. The humped bull, sacred to India jumped over the five-foot tailboard pt Broussard's truck and started loping through the streets. A police sergeant cruising in * squad car spotted the bull a nd radioed for help .Eight cars antf s crash truck threw a "d r a g n r t" around the are* * few minutes later. 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