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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XLVIII—NO. 15 Blythevllle Courier Blyttieville Dally News Mississippi Valley Leader Blytheville Herald BIA'THEVILLE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, APK1I, 7, 1952 TEN PAGES SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS 'Stalin Talk' Requests New High-Level Meet By THOMAS |». WHITNEY MOSCOW (A'j—A half-hour conversation between Prime Minister Stalin and India's ambassador to Moscow has produced a new call for the world's "top people" lo meet in an attempt to settle major international problems. "There is no outstanding problem now dividing thc world which! could not be settled with discussion and negotiation. . . . Every effort should be made lo gel the top people together," said the Indian ambassador. Sir SarvapalU Radhakrishnan, after his conversation Saturday night with Slalin. SUilill's interview with the Indian diplomat was viewed here as nil- other in ft series ol important Soviet moves apparently aimed at fostering the hone thai thc divided Threat of Steel Strike Hangs Heavy over U.S. upon his arrival here in January 50. PRESIDENTS AND TKOI'IIIES— Charles Moore (left), new president of the Arkansas Junior Chamber of Commerce, shows w. K. Crawford the new H. Grady Manning trophy won by the Blytlieville Jaycces for staging Che National Cotton Picking Contest. Mr. Crawford is Che new state president of the "Roasters," Jaycee alumni group. The new trophy lat left) replaces the old one shown beside it, which has become a permanent possession of the Blytheville Jaycees for winning il five years in a row. Moore Heads Arkansas Jaycees; Blytheville Wins Trophy 6th Time '. R. Crawford Case Trial Staffs Jury^Being Se In C^cuit* Court V For Trial of Negro" A Negro cotton picker went trial in Circuit Court here this morning fcr the rape o! n 75-ycnv- olci white woman near Huffman last Octobrr. Matthew Fleming. 27. admitted criminally assaulting the woman three (lines nnd showed officers how he half-rira';ged her from her home to a cotton field to commit the ciime. Sheriff William Berryman, CottonPicking Contest Set for Oct. 2-3 • State -«««rrw.~R=.j- National Cot* i: tfli^RiCjlqi : ;"C'onteBt will be stag- here Oct.'2-3, it was announced today by J. L. Westbrook, Jr.. general chnirmtm of Ihe 1952 c on t est. Announcement of the dales of the two-day event came on the heels of the awarding to the Blytheville Chamber of Commerce, sponsors ol the contest, of thc H. Grady Manning trophy for the sixth consecutive year. The trophy is given for the This mammy, attorney.-; were se~ i project which best publicizes lecling a jury and testimony will nolj *-' be heard until later this afternoon, The regular panel of petit jurors was exhausted without a jury being scl'cteri and deputy sheriffs were call in 5 in additional jurors late this; morning. " | Thirty-six men are on the regular i pmel and 2!1 more are beine called. Fleming lived about 150 yards from the home of the white woman lie is charged with raping. The woman was found half-conscious about tM-ee-fourths of a mile from! li€r homE*. | Fie min 2 came here from Dicrks, and Nashville, Ark., about two j months before the crime. ' j Sheriff B-rrynirm quoted him as savins, at the time of his arrest, he A ni ^ ctl had been drinking and instead of: Committee going hlmc, went to llic house where 1 Commerce Arkansas and has been won by the Jaycees here on the basis of the cotton picking contest. Mr. Wcstbrook said a research committee composed of past contest chairmen has been at work for past year studying possible changes in staging of the event. C.of C.Committee To Discuss Ways To Boost Business The t "»" <" j? of the Merchant of the Chamber ; scheduled for tomor I row to discuss ways of makin " < Hc"k 1 ™ckri«;"lta^hite« 0m .n'«|Bly!'«vll]« . better trade center. drnr nnd when she came out, grab- f bed her arm. threatened her with a knife, and hnlf-draprrrd rier across I a cotton fi*!ld, the Sheriff quoted j Things to be? discussed incltul him as saying. i business promotions such as King Tiie woman was found on the river bank the next, morning by a^ partv nf searchers. She verified j Belter Fleming's story, Sheriff Berryman will be m the C.t :3 ° P.™' °™rrcnv. C. of C \Vorth Holder amounco world can settle its differences peaceably. The Communist moves in this di rcction include:: 1. Stalin's statement last week to a group of American newspaper editors and radio men that a third world war is no nearer than it was in 1919 or 1950 and that a meeting of the big power chiefs of stale would be useful. Trade Expansion Urged 2. Tlie International Economic Conference now under way here al which M. V. Nestcrov, presstlenl of Russia's Chamber of Commerce said Saturday that thc Soviet Un ion is ready for a vast expansioi of trade with nil countries. 3. The Russian proposal nearly a month ago that the United Stales Britain, Prance and the Soviet Un ion get together to negotiate peace treaty with a united Ger ii\ any. Frank Discussion Held The Indian ambassador lalbe with Slalin during a farewell ca before leaving April 8 for Indi to become his country's vice pres dent. Also'present at the meetin in t he Kremlin we re Sov Set For cign Minister Andrei Y. VLshmsk Y, D. Gundevia, minister counse lor of thc Indian embassy Vladimir Fnvlov. a high-rankii Soviet foreign office official wh acted as interpreter. The Indian Embassy said Sarvapalli and Stalin had a "very j frank discussion on many of the issues which ure now agitating the world." "It would be unwise to bang the door against every approach mid give up the lask as impossible," said Ihe ambassador titter the talk tiding, "No effort is'was ted. And every effort should b<; made to get «w«"—- . i ' the top people Losether." Commerce presMents —mark-! Radhakrishnan said Stalin looked ng the first time in the his-: "as usual" and was in "a good ory of the Arkansas Jaycecs> mior -" HE had nad onc P revious .hat both officials, were from the same city. The Blytheville "Jub also brought home for thc sixth straight year the I. Grady Manning trophy, awarded for-Vthe best job of Miblicizin# the state, and two iro.ject awards, Chn r les M oo re ,a past p r es idc n t of the Blytheville Jaycees, was electee! president of the Arkansas Junior Chamber of Commerce at the state organization's annual convention in Pine Bluff Saturday. And W. R. Crawford, of the Bly- thcviJie club was elected state president of the Exhausted Roosters, the Jaycee "alumni" organization for members over 36. The Biytheville Jaycees wen the H. Grady Manning irophy for their staging of the National Cotton Picking Contest, the event that, won the trophy for them for the pre- Though there was no immediate ficial reaction in the West err orld lo this latest suggestion foi top-level conference. non-Corn unist observers generally havt msidercd the other recent Sovic icves as propaganda designed I I'ouse false hopes of pcncefu onmninist intentions in the nd (o undermine the Western re rmament program. Inside Today's Courier Nev/s . . . Farm leader Is given odd answer lo eronorny request , . , editorials . . . 1'age fi. . . . Slunky's Cardinals picked to win National League pennant , t . Sports . . . I'ngv 7. ... A Hoy at Calvary , . . Pa KB 5. ... 10 Arkansas poUtii-tans deride you've (fol lo play to win. . . . Arkansas \r\vs lirlrfs * , , I'aec 2. Employes of Bell Telephone Walk Out in 43 States NEW YORK (AT 1 )—A government mediator pressed anew today for a settlement of the steel wage dispute but his efforts failed to ease the threat of a strike tomorrow midnight. Nathan P. Fein.singer. chairman. In a statement, Feinsinger an- of the Wage Stabilization Board. | "oiincccl he had met briefly with met with top union officials in last-ditch attempt to prevent a walkout bv 050.000 niemtieis of the CIO United Steel Workers. What's This? Reds Would Welcome Home Men Who Have Renounced Communism? MUNSAN, Korea (At')—Communist radios today promised n peaceful welcome ionic to .ill Red Prisoners returned by llic United Nations Command during ii truce in Korea, even if the prisoners say they have renounced Communism. New President of The broadcast may have been in attempt to sound out the U.N. a possible compromise on one of the throe key Issues blocking n n I'll) I,s lice — voluntary I'cpntrin- .011 of prisoners. Brig. Gen. William P. Nuckols, Rain Grounds Korean Air War Foot Soldier Finds Life More Miserable Due to Bad Weather By STAX CAIITKK SEOUL, Korea fifi — Rain and clouds over Korect Hits morn ins, grounded United Nat 10115 warplane and made life miserable for the foo soldier at the front- Only weather reconnalssanc jlanes took to the air, said a u.S ?ifth Air "Force spokesman. H 'iddcd "H was raining all over th jenin.sula." On Sunday U. S. Sabre jet pilot reported they destroyed four MIG 15" ^Tornunmtsl jet5,* ji pYo"^au'[y d slroy'ed two and damaged eight i three fights over Northwester Korea, 'interview with the Prime Minister, Court Upholds Relocation; of Highway 67 LITTLE ROCK Wj— The Arkansas Supreme Court today formally declined to enjoin Ihe Arkansas Highway Department from proceed ing with n proposed relocation of Highway Gl in Crittenden County. The decision had ben informally indicated after the court a week ago heard oral arguments and made no order of intervention. T\vo weeks ago in Blvthcvtlle Chancellor L?on Smith refused to enjoin the KVthwav Department on petition of D. B. Woolarrt and other One of the kills was credited I Capt. Iven C. Kineheloe, Cassopt 11&, Mich. It made him America lOLh jet ace. He bagged his fifth MIG in a -1 minute fan t tie bet ween 24 Hn brt •and 12 MIGs just south of U Yalu Rive r bound n r y b etwc e Manchuria and Korea. Five kil inake an ace. U.N. and Red patrols skint ishcd lightly on the muddy battl front Monday morning. U.N. Com in and spokesman, .said command had no immediate omnicnt. Negotiations on the prisoner ex- mrige Lssuc are iti recess to (five atf ollicer.s op]icrtunity to de- clop additional revenues lor jreement. 1-Mi mile Meet Held Sub - delegates considering the vo other key issues met only sev- n minutes Monday but agreed to onfer again Tuesday. Kuch side e-stalcd its position on the issues i the brief session. The Issues ore whether Ilu.ssin ill help supervise a truce and vlielher the Reds may rebuild mil tary airfields in North Korea dur- nt; a truce. The U.N. Command isapproves both. TnmuinUy Promised The Red broadcasts promising mm unity to their ret nr tied pris oners were attributed to the "Ko •can People's Armed Forces ;hc Chinese People's Volunteers. 1 They were carried in Korean language Sunday by the North Ko rcan Pyongyang radio and in Ch tiese Monday by I he Peiping radio They repeated the Reel stand Ilia all prisoners held by both side should be released and repatriate i the ev'vit of f\n Armistice... V. The U.N. Coin mn ml h»s Insistc no prisoner be returned against h will. •ifA\\ Men Wanted Back The Hod broadcasts said Cot) mutiisl armies want all their me back +iven though 'some of 01 personnel inlei in?<l have inscribe, letters on I heir arms, have pr (lucorJ ilocii/jients or h::ve cioi similar acts" indicating they nounced Communism. "We know full well," the broadcasts said, "that all such actions done while hold 1m ve never been done of their Irce will." U, N. Command officers said icy are investigating a lied claim iut two Allied warpkmes strafec Communist two-truck convoy veen Pyongyang, North Korean tnJ. imd Kacsottfr, Red truce egoliators' base on Saturday. liinois Expects 10-Year Record Vote in Primary Taft, Stasscn End Campaigns in Chicago; Election Tomorrow Senators Predict Senate Okay For McGranery May Be Stalled WASHINGTON UTV--Same senators predicted privately today that it may be weeks before James P. McGranery, President Truman's newly appointed attorney general gets official Senate confirmation- Chairman McCarran fD-Ncv) ernl to lead a clean-up of corrup- callcd Ihe Senate Judiciary Com-] The jiew one was given by Scuth- Hotels. Inc., which also contributed the old trophy. Mr. Moore, who is aspi^'int personnel mnmner for Ark-M"' PT.VCT _ . Co.. pervert as .state vice res'dent Cotton Days; trade area survey and : for Northea&t Arkinsas for the ceding five years. But this year, the Blytheville j delegation brought home a new tro- usfe a forbidden abandonment of a phy. For winning H five If me* HI ! ,>arl of the state hfehwav svstflm. succession, the club won pcrma- j x^y j,i so contended that the Hl-rh- ncnt possession of the old trophy. ' \ V ny D"-artment had no authority lo acoi'ire. as it protesting CriUencien County resl- [ mlllce into closctt-door session to- dcnts, | _ ______ The complainants said that the proposed relocation would constl- acoivire. as it plans to do. a brcnclcr ritrht of way than it plans to use immediately. Weather tours; organlzition Bupine5«i Bureau and : gan for all promotions. of L slo- A rka nsas forecast: Fa ir and warmer this afternoon and to- Plarse Crash Brings Talks Seeking Ssfefy W:is Stain Srrrclary He is serving hi> .•:&:•: one! t<?rn; on the board of directors of the Blytheville club. He also has served n^- .•^crrtary and v.-as appointed state rotary for 19'&-.":0. OPS Clinics To Be Meld Here IJUM.ICTIN WASHINGTON 1/1 J i -.- Tlie Kcn- nt'j Juflk:j;uy t>)i«mitlee dccitied today to hol'd hearings on President Truman'. 1 . nomhKilion of James P. McGranery to be attorney general. lion in government. McGnmery .said he has no plan to use Morris or nny similar In-jwi: dependent investigator, Instead ho will depend on tlie FIJI, under JE rigor Hoover, which now is investigating McGrnncry. Miirris to 1'rrparc Kcpnrl Morris snid In HII ABC radio interview from Ne\v York last niyht C H 1C A G O ',T>—T ti e f o r ec rvs I imlmy weather, Interest whipped up by stump speaking tours of two major candidates and two writc-it campaigns boded n possible 10 year record vote in the Illinois pri mary election lo morrow. There were guesses thai two mil lion voters would take part 1 n rl V preside nllfil prcferelfcc ftxfcuTfiv ity> contest, the election of detc gates to both major parly convcn llon:=. and the no initialing of purt cnndklDics for .slate and count office. 4818,000 Arc Krfilstcrnt There are -i.H18.noo registers voters. A record vote of 2,614.71 was cast in thc 193G primary. Th Ifl-lZ total was 1,903,000. Polls open Ml G a. m. iCST) an close at Ti p. m. Sen. Roberl A. Taft of Ohio ar Harold IS. St assert, former Minn governor, tourer) the stale la week nncl wound up Iheir lllino campaigns in Chicago, Thc-y ni opposed on the Republican balli only by. Rilcy A. Bender, a nolit cally unknown Chictigo hold ma But supporters of Gen. Dwig! Eisenhower huve been pushing campaign for write-in VOIP.S. Gov John D. Lodge of Connecticut last week made a speaking tour of downs tale Illinois In Eisenhower's behalf. Taft Is favored to win most of Illinois 50 delegates to the Republican convention. Primary results arc not binding upon Ihe delegate".. Observers said, however, if Tuft he will have a good chance Industry leaders late last night and expects to have "cither separate or joint conferences throughout the today," While the search was on for a peace formula, furnaces m the industry's great mills were being cooled in preparation for a shutdown, Feinshigcr met with union and ndustry representatives for sever- J til hours yesterday and later spoke i cautiously of "gradual progress" towards a "better understanding" of each other's problems. 'It is too early, however," he said, "to state whether or when the dispute would he settled," Ho stressed that H strike would Immediately affect national defense. His cautious optimism was tcm- pcreri by these Immediate develop- ' inents: U. S. Steel Corp. President Bcn- min P. Fnirless asked the union call off the strike; and the eehvorkers 1 president, Philip lurray, promptly said It was the dustry, not the union, which was forcing the strike." Glfliimy Feeling Prevails At Pittsburgh ami in nearby steel owns, there was the gloomy feel- that the strike, postponed .sev- rnt times, could not now be avoid- d. Mills cooled their furnaces and Tosed their &)&\ mines. Steelwork* r.s were holding on to their cash nd ni or eh ants reported an caster Hying slump. Major manufacturing firms plan- led for steel shortages. General lice trie Company instructed its executives in a news letter to stop 11 overtime work as soon as a itcel -str'ke started. Spark Lights Picture One spark oricfly lighted the irc-ary picture—Barium Steel Com- iany, with four Pennsylvania plants and 3,600 workers, signed in independent agreynien^, with the union, which now has panels cover- Ing four companies with 11,000 See STEEL on Page 10 67,250 Phone Workers Quit In New Strike WASHINGTON W — The communications Workers of America (ClO> today announced thc walkout of 07.250 Bell Telephone System employes throughout the country. CWA President Joseph A. Beirne a [ said Ihe strike was "officially on" ' and involved 15,500 Western Electric Company workers in 43 stales and 51,750 oilier Bell system em- ployes — "craftsmen, operators, clerk.s and the like"—in Michigan, Ohio. New Jersey and California. The Western Electric strikers threatened to set up picket lines that could disrupt telephone communications in 43 .slates. All - night ne^otirUiriK sessions of gelling the votes of I he acJcli-j with thc company and federal mod- lional 10 delryules named at the : -••••••• '-;•«•" *•- - -- -April ^ state: (JOP convention. jHOppnsrd nf Tcnm.;.s.see is \ Two Office of Price Stabilization i clinics nro to be held in thc Cham» her of Cnmmcrce office here Wed- j ne.sday, it was announced this >!r. Moore is the'fcconcl Blylhe- ; morning by OPS oflicials in Little I vflle Javcoe tn heart thc stale or-j Rock - , , .,,,-, i^jK^tkm. The ether wns L. 5.1 Anulhrr in a series of price clinics Benish, who was slate president In j 1012. } A R M night; tomorrow mostly cloudy and warm with scattered thundershowers in the northwest portion in the afternoon. Missouri forecast: Fair and a little warmer Monday nteht: Tuesday partly cloudy, wanner east. Minimum this morning—35. Maximum yesterday—58. Minimum Sunday morning—28. Maximum Saturciay—34. Sunset today—6:26. Sunrise tomorrow—5:33. Precipitation last 48 hours to 7 a.m.—none. Total precipitation since .Jan, 1— 15.39. - I Mean temperature 'midway between high and lo\\ --ifiiY Nor null mean IcmpriiiUiic lur April—61. This Dale La-sl Year Minimum this mo mine—54. Maximum ye.Uerday—flfi. Precipitation January. 1 to date; —1-1.91. NEW YORK Wf—Municipal offi-' In (he race for the slate Jaycee ciaK acting swiftly on the cargo i presidency. Mr. Moore defeated pl^ne crash in Queens which took | Henry Britt. Hot Sprini?? Bltomey. five lives, called conferences today] Mr Moore succeeds Jack Mundr>\v> to seek means of increasing airport ; of Crow^ett snfcty. , | Mr. Crawford, a coti^n b^vrr Civil Aeronautics Board rCAB> : here. .s!jccecd,> F. G. (Hoot.) Gip.-on invrstigators meanwhile continued | of Blytheville. He was president probe of the crash of the plane which exploded Saturday and wrecked a block-long area. the Blytheville "Roosters" in 1&47 A major on the staff of the Ark- Sec JAYCEES on PaRp If) businessmen will be held frnin 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be no mnss niertinq; but businessmen with price regulation problems inay comer in for private interviews with OPS Details of a new regulation w ill for cxphinrd to operators of eating psiablishnicnis at a meeting to be held now day to decide how it will handle the nomination. Sen. Watkins <R-Utah). one ot the committee's 13 members, said in advance he wants a full and complete investigation thai may iti volve long questioning of McGran- ery, now a federal jud^e in Philadelphia and a former House member nnd lop Justice Department official. "It's our obligation to check and examine his qualifications." Wat- ! kins .said. ''particularly his connections v,ilh the notorious Ainer- a.sia ease." McCanan Asks Check Chairman McCarnui, one o( ! Uiose who prcdicied confirmation may he delayed, already has asked to see a "full FBI check" on Mc- at 1:30 Wednesday. The OPS iccjuirr.s eating establishments to ixi.-t trilin? tiriccs not in excess of prices charged during the week of Feb. 3 to Feb. 9. City Councils Face 'Routine Matters' TB Association BlytheYtlle Blytheville City Council »ill hold iUs regular meeting loinorrcw nicht at S o'clock in the City Hall. JotnGT "Only routine matters arc ^chr-ciiiird to come up," Mayor Pnn Tilo<Sfie(t, sr.ld. Last mouth tin- f.i.una! t<K)k t* 1£G-day option on purchase ol Blytheville VVaicr Conjpan>'. Mayor Biodgett said he didn't know ot any ?alon to be takon on the silua'ion s! tomorrow's ni^fMn?. but the Council cuuld act then if All City Counr-n meetings arc open to the public. get Set Up Granery that has been brought up | _1 J _ _L_1 '. lo date. ] Although FBI reports on govern-1 menl officials and employees nor- 1 in ally are denied congressional committees, an exception has been . made for the Senate Judiciary i Committee chairman. i McC'arran said the full commit- Ice will decide whether McGranery will be n.<=ked to appear in person = (or {iiie.^Vionlng. but he said this was "probable". Truman Announced Selection ^ President Truman announced ««*• Kc-fauvcr Sen. Kefauver unopposed i]i thc Democratic presidential primary. Bui a substantial wrilc-m vote is expected for Guv. that he would prepare a report Adlai E. Slcvcn.scm, whose name • on his two rnonths in WashiiiHton' appears nn the ballot only as an | and deliver it personally to the j unopposed candidate for rcnomma-i V/hite House "in Ihe hope that" ] lion for governor. ! tlie President will read it. i Stevenson has denied prc:iide»lial j Normally Ihe Senate cioos not ; as l l11 ' atio »s. but a campaign in his | bnlk at confirming presidential ae-l I>clialf R nlllRt » impetus when I'resi-: Icction.s for thc Cabinet. j tlcnt Tl " l »nan announced he would McGranery himself twice before! rc.t L o i. j has won Senate confirmation with ease, but not to Cabinet posts. In Itt'i3 he won Senate confirma-S » w « * .« — rt lion a.s the assistant attoi ncy KCII-[ jg NOOn ApfBI 30 ,eral. He served under former AttyJ A .,Lf-noRrji]>hic error p\s\ilted ; Gens, Francis Bittclle and Tom! pubhnirlon of the wrnm-' dale Clark ami handled the Amerasia \ mini , t^ailllnc lor cantiidi.Ks wi magazine case in 1945. | In 19'tft bi-s appointment as a Ied-i ernl district judge in Pennsylvania t man o[ the Democratic Central was rushed tlirough the Senate the i C'ltiuniUrc. Miiid this mormn,.: samo day it arrived. July 31, Just! The headline is neon. Apal ami not April 12 as rci»ric<!. in to r.s failed to produce an agreement in thc v. 1 ;ttre dispute, Telephone workers bcsrnn picketing the liead<|U«''.rters of Michigan Bell TelcpMon'j r--nin:inv in Detroit Sen rifdNK nn 1'a^c 10 Folks Will Be Talking About UNCLE L^F Filing Deadline n nm ]n thc t . oin , n: , Demo . priitu\ry. Jesse Tayloi', chair- as Congress was quilting. JOINKR—"Koihine but routine maitf rs arc sH, for Umiotrov. nielli's Cily Count il inectlnv! here," Mayor H. II. Ho wen on said this mommy. Joiner City Council meets at 3 pm. on the second Tuesday f»f each month. Council meetings are open to thc publlo. A irritative budgrt for thft ti cz\ year wtH be .submitted to Ihe \ K\rr:Mti\o Cmnmittre of the at a'mretiiur at 10 n'm''?>!- l™iinn ol McGranery at the .same litm: ho himounced Ihe r-.udilen res- iKHatffm <jf J. lluwnid McGratli a.s attorney general, last Thursday. McGralh a few hours earlier had Lt. Von Fleet Still Missir.g Despite Contrary Information And no wontlrr! Hr s.5\s a lot in a fc\v \snnls abn;t( LliiiiRs that interest rver> fKuly! If you like a frllnu M'lm hits strnighL from : l>ic slniufrhT. turn to I'asc 6 and read VNC'l.!- KF. Vou'll find him f very day on the Courier Nru.s page. LITTLE LIZ- An- Fort e r\- ha> i-rrci-.f'd dlcatins Fleet, Jr. fh, 1 --Neither the Pjfih r the Eighth Army ,uiy informntmn in- Lt, James A, an\ members ot H* i had been louud budget \",ii.< srl- up by HIP I "a»,ociiit!on"s Bucleet Committee at ; A nicr-ting Saturday. Members of the j rornmitlee are Joe Evan?, of Ely-1 fifed Newbold Morris, independent ' thevillo. chairman. Hays Sullivan of L New York Republican lawver . B'Tdftue and Steve Ralph of CXsce- whom he had hired Uvo niftnthsj j ola. before as an assistant attorney gen-L An Aii Fonf- spokesman lodav .said \\IIM' ii '' ^jved in T'tij-ti.ind. Ore., V;KI FlctL AIU! mmtlK-r crew :iinn <>' •' H-26 bomber i ;nt been re-nipfi "Just wasn't tnir." The 'ooinbrr dLsappcared last Friday over North Korea. M: - JYr-n A McAllister *«1rl in Porllanci tKc had been told by ?.oinfi:e ivho ^id lie rcprf.^n'fd thc Red Cross thai her Im&harxl 1 and ycHuie, V,ui Flret hnrl hrm | (ourul— injured hu' not ,^rr;nu^f> j — and wne hc-in:; returnrd t''> I their liasc. j 'I ui.'h it were true- IMS' r i>- j n't," Hu 1 Air Koi i r ,s]n-iV:r>;nan N..:<! Wc'iv still looking tur tin in ! lif COLltM'." | MrAUi.strr was navigatcr-b<»u-- j hn<iinr on tile plane piloted by thc oniy .son of Gen. James A, Van Flrf-t. KiHli'h Aimy Coinmar.dt-v in Koita, NA/herv you buy things under ^ the :ounter, you should expect to poy

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