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NOrmWEST A R K A N S A S TIMIS. Foyrtftvilta. A,l 0 n W l . WITH TWO JUDGES MISSING Backlog Of U. 5. Court Cases In State Mounts By CORDON' B R O U N Â»ear. dispcied e/ 21 case* during WASHINGTON 'AP'-The hack-jlast"Jane JO ' ' ' 'tog of federal cwrt cave* in A r - | In the Western District Court karuas mounted :n the |uÂ»t ejr.||J criminal case* were pending -'POMibly reflecting ir, e f J C t that|Ju!y 1. 19J7. the court disposed of Â·the itate is shor. t Â» u L'S Jis-jiM during the year and only five trict judges mere still pending lat June 30. However. :hÂ« croÂ»:=i: docket The report showed that in the . j a m in Arkansas u in line w i t h Hasiern Dutnct the 17 cnil cases Â· a general tread according to the tried *ire heard in leu than two annual report of the A d m i n u t r a - ' y e a r s " bve Office of the Cnited States filed from the time they seven of the cases change. Incidentally. In the Aik..r. til judgethip picture since '.or. creis adjourned Â· month .ifu without acting oa the oon:iniiiÂ«i. e( J Smith Henley of Harrison u Â» r f r From The Guinea Takes iis Place As Free Nation October I. 1951 i'j.: 1,11 i n I i j: Integration Protest People T(,r I'.T.-r.irr I.'J.'or: ,Â«Â·Â», '"""/Signed Al Van Buren atl IW (ii'.ii!r liri a tuft Â· an ,t-t;i. ur..Vr A r t i . k j V A S 111 l l r S VÂ» ' A T ' - * nl Â» tli J:;il t - M a C J M - ' n r'.E-J !l,e a i t u l e Â»J Â» a i I r..|i KtMol. Kent *f Â· boyrnft I *jj:nj( urtegra(iM) M*ttral wetkj ago i Sara Cot Jr . preÂ«Â«i?nt of Ux Citiicm Couofil, taud tujnt trvf ( ' rn * MatVÂ»i. twin* KMpmdril ' rorn t - k| * wrxxl (or miubortfiu tk * h *d b** n rÂ»icstatÂ«J Â« their on prÂ» lead* - The picture in \rkar.ta* n t h i i . , ' In the Western District 77 casesl ; In the F.aitern Dutncl the back-!Â«ere tried, 2i of Â«hich were I . lo of c m ! cases increased from brought to trial in less than a ?19 on Ju:, 1. 1957. to III on Jiir~ v e a r from the t i m e they Â»ere 30. ISM. although the court d u - filed The other t Â» o uere tried ln| Aoted Â»f y ca.Â»ei during the t Â» o years or \t\\ i r jear. The district haj Is+n short The Judicial Conference of the Â·ne Judge for more than j tnd another vacancv 6r\ the vacant bench In tht Eastern JfK -y srjlertiter I. iiJi Couples ' "Uriel. . rbtrd over the fact tlw Â«rte m o v - j President L'uenhomcr. if lie ins into ne* apjrt:in::;Â« parted x*eÂ«. tan give Heney a rete^% muvinc in druvrÂ» vtt-mter 1! appointment which would enab!e''rain' Mud cakrd f;.mr\ were' -. .md vet :.e ol the I Ullry- Â»:'..T KrÂ»i-e to .', in j ! r r - t a |**:tirr pn-i-'lir.i mte(r*lKÂ« The boyt Â«ert iuÂ«prndet tfl an j( Ian ilorrn II, fh Vhro!. im irVe: liA^rfjtg a revert by ooÂ« lv cir.lly ,..Â· 'iim lo %rr\t. la that case tiien-! scrubbed, again Ixmer would be required to re-lajam. tfu-n and * K ' submit the nomination lo the Sen-lelaticn has u o r n t h i n 1'nitrd State? hai tet for Â« goa a Knod of in nxcths from filing -- .rwtnlly Â» i t h retire.T.rr.: of Juiige to tr.a! for the normal civil caiÂ« ' ; Harry J. 1-emley ;i!:houRh the national median for la th* Western Dutrict the in- the y Â» ^ r covered wn arotit 17 Â«TfÂ»Â»e Â»aÂ« from W to !J4 Â»l month* The cor.ferenre holda that though 30 civi) catei mere term- when a caie down't reach trial InateJ. The p i c t u r e un crin-.ir.a! waÂ» cenuiderably differrr;'. ' Eattern D i s t r i c t had TÂ» pending at the \tart of i^.c IS monthi after filing the ;Â«.ei ilelav could amount to a denial of The justice for the litigant Involved. Â·aÂ»Â« PU-ture t'arhanred iÂ»ril There hÂ»i been However. Sen. John MiClellanjrurr.e ' D - A r i ' still r-M hoprs of u o r k i r . g l A n y c^t hu plan for filling the va I cancy. | This would I n v o l v e creation o f 1 a new post on the Kight.i I ' S Circuit Court o/ Appeals and pro- I prn|KiÂ«e ' Mi.rt ion a n.ji'i, ^ f ^ ^ II \ lip.,.; Clalg Tav motion of Arkansas District Jud;e John Miller to thli oftice would leave a vacancy ^jncreased Over 1957 Weatern dutrlct In which Henlevj .._, ,. .... ... lives and permit appointment o Â«- ITT! - K U( " K ' . C J Two More Nationalist Convoys Reach Island TUI'J.1 ronij*Â«a i . \ f - - Two ::j'e Ni'.iuRj!ltt Â«J}'pI) f t m v o Â» t a \ e ir*!xxd Vurn-^y cjripile thr hejv:eÂ»l r o m n i u n u t Nirr.lurdrrirnt erk the De.'rnie Â«.rÂ»Jj .j:.1 lav U,!l.ami in rvan rt thai Â· Negro Hudew. tint lhÂ« pe- jt''.on Â»i.uM tf pcrvmrrd to th* u : t Â» \. tvÂ«.i i.iird toon j |u(uU!ion cX about 7.000 Nathaniel Somood ipat CO him. Â· s or"o*Â«l dÂ«JÂ»*d lhÂ« aocuiatjon. Th* Â»hilÂ« boyi Â»Â»re for refmal to ref^ra tc Nejror* are atending thÂ»'Â»rÂ»eo ordered to do ta someone else for the no* exist me enue Drpartine vacancy m the Eaitern D i s i r u t u p in N :ile:iilrr Arkansaru have chjected! pjrr1 '" ry on the grounds ' U ;Â·'*'! ( en rrw) *n ^-Guinea's Premier Has Second I Thought On Complete Freedom This By D A V I D HSOV _ PARIS ( A P Â» _ - We *ar.l a free and dignified rr.irri;n;e and not divorce." laid the trouMiil Pre mier o f ne*ly I n d e p e n d t - n t Guinea. ''We don't Â» a n t mclr|Â»ntlrnce T'urple Â»on So Some to Henley oa the groui,^, . , . that he is not Â· resident of thei .. o u t - a r d ' ^ W TM District and J t that he'V" e was in the Department of Just ice)" . c _,i. when that agency drafted the order Â·ending (roopi to Little Hnrk In the school row a year ago. The proposal for a new circuit court post was contained in a bill ^ . . . -not acted on by Concres*- 1 =*PÂ»Â«"Â»Â«' Â· which would h a v e let up a batch of new federal court hidgeshipi. Farwer* Happier , Arkansas farmers are leportedj ,, the ssnie iwr LllxTLJ The MÂ» !Â·. lt .-.w.,.rn Sundav i icr.i 1 .:.;^,,.. duni Â« a .Â»'Â· i, ,T,J [Â· kou Tm:rf Â« TJ! r.e ?' doeÂ«n t h.i. i- j \jf , ir or any n! 't.r i:''j- , M Soil of njlinr.toir! In I'jm i'rrrr. r: ?., were.his Cjbine 1 rotn-iSunilaj itir eariunder \ir , or.-rii.iuji ' e v e r Â» h i ' i f m t.v Mr Or-:exccpt (.^JTÂ» i* i , j , r. rr.(Xf lh M.nnln taid tiÂ«J* In Jitd.tidn to \. i.ith MÂ»ndi\ irv-l ;^ieÂ» Â»ere par at t:. \i-Â»tcrijj) | rejection ol tnr rmr ;on ln:urÂ« French t r t r Â· included rrvenu*- J ' 'M. ttÂ» M JJ Â».;: V)T I l u l i n t i o n s in and immediair Toure \*. tn lji:nh c Â·r.ch Kc[Hit)' 'Â· n*d u ulion rÂ»y ) iTini 1 t/,e i n i r u t r ) ur.ry...r,iÂ»^! i Thr n i i n n t r ) dÂ»l r.i.t 'ier of Â»hipt and p!ann ir. t o m k r - thjt ' Vi.ZM. 080 S2 iollÂ»ttionÂ« neÂ» nation did rxi Â«ant to It lales tax srr.rra! revenue cant ron.pletrl ! ' I n e v r r v ipbrrr 'Â·u'nÂ»Â« Â»ih three per cent; tern firs' of all to Trance." t e collectitmt totaled W.-isaid "We win 1 , to r r m a m in Ihf r !!:o.K! sbcr.s the;'Frescfc' f r a r r t=w !: u oÂ«! .! umouai collected in Seplember. J6 year old Toure hat by the Agriculture Department" to -Â· . . , . ' . . Â· _ . ' . . Ux t Â° JllfCli(XU dropped IIC.IM compared to the same month last yri.r Total for hn own l i t t l e empire, an alumi-!be faring flnandally this year nuin and iron ore rich nation on about as thev did laÂ«t \ ! r : r a - t Â»eÂ«! rna.t | A Department report jhows thai *Â· P .V' Sf Â« )1 " nbfr "" MI3.7S4 Â· True to his promne \,, any lerrl.,"P ^ Aug. 1. 1Â«M. Arkansas " u h l l f ' yr * r aÂ£ " " *" t )u . Â·gainst France, but rather Â» i t h her." the handsome, hlari-iuited Negro leader eiplained to a reporter in his distant c a p i t a l at Conakry. : Results of the Sept. It French constitutional referendum lTMm[!rr*4nrnoi his the rainswept tropical country-1 frenchmen aide showed a margin of tS-l against (ien. Charles de Caulle's lory w h i c h voted down his coniti-i'Â» rm ' rl look '" from IS7317. wÂ» are not accepted that wt will turn eltemhere "tt w i l l determine our foreign policy In new of our own interests Â·nd we will try to mak* our view point p r f v u l Â« i t h m the fran.r work of an aisociation w u h France. But If Â»Â» An not find a ARTHIMTIS tm* b Â·Â»Â«*Â· Â·Â·Â» Â»*Â·'* TÂ« E. *)4t iTIMI AGAIN POt mokt them at horn* quick and *oiy with Kraft tl Caramels SCOTTS from crÂ«v i. en mor.tlis nf Â»Â»i up nearly 10 mLllioo dollar* |a tution. De Gaullt gave Guinea it|l M ' M rt CT OPÂ« Â«nd livestock, corn inty at midnight Tuesday P*"^ WIlh niOJ18.0U) a yea Begin, T. Worry ei [ lttr , . .. , a r m recepiti Iready. Sekou Toure (prtvu_ y.j ,. nl ^ v Say-coo Tour-ay is hav.L tar "^ e ^ down some seven mi -Â·Â· thought! about the lion do)Uri 4l ctxnpared ..th '. Â· in 'P'" K . i y e a r ago. the repo-t showed, whil ,, . . . . , ln * Uulnea i income from silei of livestock wrtÂ«. poÂ»tal. telegraph, phone r^dic nerncev and French c . - . jleacheri. w i l l decide In two Sekou Toure. a former French,' m o n t h , whether they van! to go trading company Junior clerk,home or work for Toure I whose ancestors helpÂ«1 fmind the French a r m y ur-- will FM.II *.,, 12 ^n Afr ; c r "Â·" Kmpir " ui ' 1 -"Â«"Â«"m^ta. 2LS "! had jold hu folio-m tn vole tfn Â»\ and external security to Â·L 0 - Guinea Tom toms beat out the word. French aid. which hat totaled The whltt baliou 'yes' meantlrnnre Ihnn I X billion francs in 'hilt Frenchmen. Dark purple|million dollars' in tht past 10 jneant HseJ)iÂ«k man.|y P arv w i l l be cut off j This leave* Sekou Toure pretty i much alone w i t h his V, million Fu!l-h. Mullnkt and Soujsou tribesmen "Even if Frinc* wanU to abandon Guinea, she will remain dt- lM. alleta Rip Van Winkle Couldn't Sleep with NaggingBackache Injunction Sought In Little Rock AFB Strike LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Tht NÂ». tlonal Labor Otlaliaaa Board wants VÂ£. Dlatrict Court here to iftut Â· t temporary bihmctVoa againal Â· UtUt Rock union lo M tnuti aaiy vtcoodATy bojrooctj Btytterfll* Air ram Da*Â«. Â· Tht court ywlerday M an Oct. 9 bÂ«armf oa llw Injunction petition which U aimed at Loral Jtt of th* International l/'nkm of Operating Engineers. I Sanford B. Teu II. injunction Â»l- lÂ«TÂ»ey on ihe General Counsel flaff at Washington, said a -*Â«;e ule arose lietween the unitm Peter Kicwit SorÂ» Co of iha. N e b . w-hich n building w a Â» and other instsllat-ons at Biylhrviil* bane said the ui.on niemt)rri, Tt ot bulldorers ana othr equipment, itmck Sept Id began picketing all gale* Â»l base The attorney said a gin- work itoppaee occurrrd when eÂ» of olfitr construction flrrru refuted u crosa picket linn. Tht picketing ended last week and union members returned to work Monday but the wag* dispute remalr.1 unsettled. Teu Mid. Judge Albert L. Reevei of Kaa- tai City, who hat been given a temporary assignment here, will prwld* at the hearing. The temporary Injunction was asked pend- taf Â· NLRB hearing aoti order oa tbt dispute. - Tamminy Hall has been the rul- hi off anliation of New York City politics most of the time since ISOC. -Tie FRANCONIA Price -Patton MIN*S iplt* herself." Toure said. "Colon- Uatloa baa ita poaltlv* ihlnga. We will ktÂ«p a ita poa . Ftmch culnira. 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