THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1052 COURIER NEWS PACT SE'VBN Arkansas News Briefs— Ike to Speak at Mac Arthur's Birthplace in Little Rock B> The Associated Tress LITTLE ROCK — When Gen. Du'iglit D. Eisenhower brings his Republican presidential campaign to Little Rock next Wednesday, he will speak at the birthplace of one ol his opponents for the OOP nomination. Mayor Pratt Rommel of Little Rock, chairman of the reception committee and the only Republican in Arkansas who holds a major public office, said yesterday that Eisenhower would speak at MacAr- Aithur Park. The park includes the building where MacArthur was born. Eisenhower's time of arrival here was moved up yesterday from 2:30 to 3 p.m. CST. He will leave at 8 p.m. and fly to New York. Medical School Requirements Tighten Up LITTLE ROCK — students planning to enter the University of Arkansas' Medical School in 1954 and thereafter will find that entrance requirements have tightened. Dean Playdcn C. Nicholson said yesterday that beginning with the 1D54 class A minimum grade point average of 3 and a score of 450 points on the Medical College Admission test will be required of each candidate for admission. Candidates are now required to hold a 2.25 grade point average and score at least 400 points on the admission test. Slock to Face House Group in Tax Charges WASHINGTON M'l — Ellis N. Slack acting assistant attorney general in charge ol the Tax Division, goes before a House committee today to answer charge. 1 ; that he approved a "whitewash" report ol a tax scandal probe. The charge grew out of a grand Jury investigation of internal revenue collections In the St Louis district in 1051. Pour members of the grand Juvj testified before a judiciary subcommittee earlier this week aboul Slack's connection with a partia report the group made, Henry J. Butler, foreman of the jury, told the committee the report was approved by Slack afte: he heard it read to him over the telephone. Stephen Poster, the compose: who won fame for his songs ab9u the South, was a Northerner. II' was born in Lawrcnceville, Pa. HE'LL PUT ON THE DOG-"U"ddy," nine-year-old Schnauzcr, looks over his late master's will, which will enable him to lend a rich dog's life The testament of Lhoe Oscar Theme. Philadelphia, Pa., will-writing expert, left Buddy 515,000 (n cash tor living expenses and another 315,000 to Anna Stoll, "my faithful housekeeper," to buy a home in (he country "where my 'Buddy' can roam around until his death," Low Pay Retards Atomic Work LONDON W — Britain's atomic arms program is beinc held up jociuisc (lie tfovcnimcjU'K atomic < scientists don't make enough motley at) all-party parliamentary coin- nitlce reported today. Qualified icientiHts 'prefer to work for pri- 1 t'alc industry al hifihcr wages. ! The report of the Select Committee on Estimates urt?cci the ROV- enuneul to raise salaries and improve working conditions for its atomic experts. A top government scientists can gel 2,000 pounds <$5,13QQ) a yenr— good pay compared with average British salaries but small hi comparison with the 3,000 pounds ($8,400) or more that industrial companies otfer ordinary research men. Horses were found, m America un til comparatively recent geologic times, but died out and did not appear again until introduced from Europe by man. Notice jo Farmers: We Now Have 20% Toxaphene Per 100 Ibs. . : 10.50 25% DDT Liquid. Gal. 1.85 60% Toxaphene Liquid Gallon . ; . . . 2.50 FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 513 W. Main Phone 3441 or 4493 Little Rock Firemen Seek Means for Wage Strike LITTLE ROCK — More than half of Little Rock's union firemen voted last night to seek means in which to strike the city for higher wages. Turned down repeatedly by the City Council In their bid lor a pay raise, 79 of the 134 union firemen voted to ask the AFL International Association of Firefighters to sanction a strike. The firemen also asked a committee to study federal laws and Civil Service regulations for any possible legal prohibition against striking the city. Mayor Pratt Remmel said last night the city needs more fire stations and firemen and this problem must be solved before any pay boosts can be made. Alma Landowners Win Settlements Against AHD VAN BUREN — Settlements totalling $46,500 were awarded two Alma, Ark., landowners yesterday in suits brought against the State Highway Department. A Crawford County Circuit Court Jury granted the judgements to Ton Christcllo and W. B. Byars against Highway 64, Job 4367. Property involved in the suits included land north and east of Alma which was condemned for right-of-way on the new cut-off between Highway's 71 and 64. Byars was awarded $25.000 for 9.45 acres of land by the Jury. He had ask J34.405. The jury granted Christello $21,500 of $53,857.60 he had asked for two plots of ground — one totaling 9.073 acres; the other 1,^16 acres. Attorney Phillip H. Loh, representing the Highway Department, Bald he may file im appeal. SALUTE TO "UNKNOWN SAILOR"—Disabled American Veterans attending their 31st National Convention in Boston, Mass., approved the above design of a memorial to American Navy dead. To be built in Honolulu and called the "Grave o( the Unknown Sailor," the monument will he financed by voluntary contribu- v;ons of D. A. V. members. It was designed by Paul R. Williams, planner of the Paris United Nations building. Coocf... Better. .. Best/ In whiskey, too, there is good...better...and Whiskey at its 406 W. Main Phone 4591 EQUALS 59.50 QUALITY 312 coils O O. O O Terms, 10% down Body-balance unit, with heavier springs where body weight ii greatest, gives longer v/ear. Five famoul makers advertise same quality al 59.50. Rayon tick. 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