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mi wine If THI FIRST CONCERN OF THIS NEWSPAPER Jfrrthtoee* fmt Leased Wire AP, King and NEA Feature* Lacct Hne«*-- Kayetteville and viciniijr, pjrtlj rloudy and colder tonight. Temperatures IS to 25 degrees. Tomorrow partly cloudy with slowly rising temperature]. Rainfall .83. Trace of snow. High tcrnpcralurft yesterday 3.1; low 29; noon today 28. Sunrife 7:28; sunset 5:19. VOLUME 90, NUMBER 138 FAYETTEVIUE, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4, 1*52 Tug Reaches Drifting, Storm-Battered Ship With Caotain Aboard, But High Winds In Area Threaten Of Four Hunted In Other States Tip Takes Police To Farmhouse Near Here Without Results The search for Tuck Bishop. 56. slayer of four .men who disappeared while on a Christmas furlough from Cumminsrs Prison Farm has swung tn other states. Lee Henslee, Arkansas prison superintendent, told the Associated Press he thinks Rishop may have Ir.ft the state. Washington County Crewmen o M h c . A r i n n (foreground) watch from mcir snip as rescue boat (left) leaves heavily listing Sheriff Bruce Cridcr agreed w i t h cargo ship Flying Enterprise in North Atlantic 1 storm 250 miles southwest Of Ireland. Capt. Hcnrik Henslcc, saying it seemed doubtful Kurt Carlsen, skipper of the stricken ship, has been riding out the storm as ships hastened to his aid. j t h a t Ihc former Madison Count- Area Hard Hit By Storm Ice Coaling On Trees And Wires Causes Damage No 7 race O/ 7 uck Bishop tii i ft » .--.--.-- ...* Missing Slayer Two Suits For Damages Totaling $281,550 Filed Two damage suits, for 5211,500| t r u c k i n g corporation. | ' o n d a n t is Elumre l»rj. and 570,050 respectively, have I The suit alleges that Kollmcyer.! Sprlnsdaie. ; been filed in Circuit Court herc! t l r i v c r "' " M c " lkci " 'nick, was I The p l a i n t i f f s claim t h a t t h e i r ; ,, ii, ..,,,ii -f r,i, · u, . operating his semi-trailer at " u n - j son was ridins his biovclo on as the icsult of fata! accidents. | aw(11| spml; . ,, .,,. (1 ,. ivi|]( , nn lh( J I l i K h w ., v ,,,,_ ,,,,, vll ,. [ls ,,,;, ,,, , h c . The suits arose out of the deaths wrong side of the highway, a n d i Snrinjrdalc i-lt.v l i m i t s , and cxcr- '· of A r t h u r Tonne, 39, Springdale,] drove the truck into Tonne's p a s - j cir-ing n o r m a l cautMin when he- was! and James Donald Smith, 10, also I «"igcr car. | i.iruck and killed l,y the car j , , . ,, . . ,, . , , The widow asks $10,000 (or 1 driven by Oorcc. I r . i j c u c . i of Springdalc. Tonne was killed Rogers In Midst Of Trouble Sector; Phone Circuits Out Northwc't Arkansas to the north was hard hit by ! slcct and Ire Inst night and to- consi-ioi's pain suffered bv Tonne Springdale, widow Tonne, against Elburn n. Koll- mcyer of Lockwood, Mo., and the Monkem Company, Inc., a Missouri A r t h u r * lei-day by F,. O. Smith, father of fur pecuniary loi-s *ml the Smith child and administrator I anguish suffered by the rflrcnK, for his estate and by Mrs. Audio l a n d 530,000 for the loss oC t h e i r ! Smith, the mother. N a m e d ' a s dc-I son's services. men c.-idi ucrc heading this way "'""'I' to help repair the clama-c. Thirty . 1 s i x circuits o u t of Rogers were out Bank Deposits Show Increase Of \W,m Here In Year * London-(/P)-Capt. Kurt Carlsen's six epic days and nights of drifting alone aboard his broken ship. Flying Enterprise, helpless in the stormy North Atlantic, ap- Deposits in the two Fayelteville.' banks increased during 1951 by $1,773,090.04, "reaching a combined total of -518,825,251.29, according j to reports issued today by the banks. Condensed statements of condition were issued by the First National Bank and the Mcllroy Bank, covering their condition at the close of business December Cl, 1951. The First National Balvk, ported that it had $9.741,571.09 in deposits at ink re- :6Tal of the close of the year's business. The Mellroy Bank said it had $9,083,680.20. . __ ,__ , u- The First National Bank statement listed its total resources at 8^10,539,776.61, compared to S9,- 981,041.11 a year afio. The Mcllroy Bank listed its present total resources at $9,618,279.63, compared ty 88,199,685.09 a year ago. The Mcllroy firm li:'.:.l among its assets $2,957,731.3'' in loans and $6,548,688.79 in "total reserve"-- ,,,,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,, .,,,,_, U L U. S. government, bonds, otl\cr j 00 per cent of the basic steel in- bonds and securities, and cash nd duslry Io suppor t demands for sight exchange. TTie First, Nation 1 pav increases and other contract J,- ,; Murray Calls For Delay In Steel Strike Atlantic City, N, J.-(/P)-Presi- dcnt Philip Murray of the CIO United Steelworlicrs recommended Ipday his union hold off ;i nationwide atccl strike for 45 days until February 21. The recommendation calls for a strike postpdnemcnt until 45 days from the rlfcy on which the Wasc Stabilization Board begins hearings on the stcc^ dispute. The board has scheduled' a preliminary hearing for next Monday in Washington. The recommendation was made in t h e form of a resolution submitted to a special con von lion called to decide whether the million-man union would strike aliout pcarcd to be nearing an end today. Crewmen aboard the tug Turmoil maneuvered to put a mcssen- j pi r o f j man would return to Northwesl Arkansas, and may well have left j the state. Bishop, . who shot down four men on a SpTingdale street January 17, 1943, failed to return to In General Called As Court Witnesses The election contest betivecn*- - ger lino across the waves to Carl- I kansas . pena | sy stcrn to furlouch December 29-- when his Mayor Powell Khca and A r t h u r f u r |oueh was to have ex-!'-*- Davidson, former Washington i| ie custom in Ar-| County sheriff, moved a step closer sen, "u-ho could make it fast and ! "trusf worthy" prisoners--includ- start the risky effort for a do/.en i n E ]jf crs _durin a the holidays..- - - -boatmen to scramble onto his t i l t - 1 This was lnc fj r s t vcgr i h:lt Bishop, | by Davidson's attorneys. to trial today as the .'tariff's office besan serving subpoenas nn a list of 76 witnesses summoned cd freighter. Then the job of haul- : sentenced to two life terms in me 20-inch towing hawsers ! 1943. had been considered "trust- aboard could begin. But fresh storm perils brewing. Britain's official weather worthy." The sheriff's office. State Police and city officers have checked Thc Itet of witnesses, reportedly supporters of Davidson in his write-in bid for election as mayor, , *" was filed in Circuit Court yesterday afternoon by Hubert fturch, forecasters posted gale warnings a number of reports in this area Chester.Leonard and EuRcnc Cof- for shipping just north oC the | without result. One tip look p o - l f c l t , lawyers for Davidson. area where the Flying Enterprise | lice to a farmhouse near Fayctte- " -- U1 " t U ~ "·"«*- wallowed almost on her side, 300 villc where the wanted man had listed among its resources SS.990,- 838.81 in loans and a total of S7,- 491,757.56 in U. S. bonds, other securities, and cash and due from banks. Under liabilities, the First Nr.t- ional listed ?250,OPO capital stock and $300,000 surplus. The Mcllroy lirm listed $100,000 capital stock and $100,000 surplus. $5,994 In Turnback Funds To Fayetleville Little Kock-(/Pj-Statc Treasurer , J. Vance Clayton today announced concessions. The proposal carried the endorsement of President Murray and the 36-man policy making Executive Board. Commissioner Bonds To Tell Of Trip To Israel Arkansas' commissioner of education, A. B. Bonds, will tell about a recent trip to Israel when lie speaks at a meeting of the Northwest Arkansas Schoolmasters Club in Lincoln next Monday night. His .subject is announced as "The Arkansas Commissioner of Educa- dlstrjbutlon of 51,036,341 in tax | tion L 0oks ' A t ' Education turnbacks to the counties -and i cr ,, n T cities. Clayton said yesterday l s i n u $767,391 wcnl to the counties ns In Bonds* journey to Israel has * refunds on gasoline tax collections; 8268,950 to the cities as turnbacks on sales tax collections. Cities receiving more than $5,000 j included: [ El. Dorado $8,103; FaycUcvillc $5,094; Fort Smith $16,835; Hot Springs $10,291; Joncsboro $5,727; Little Rock $35,893; North Little Rock $15,485; Pine Bluff $13,050; and Texarkana $5,574. been under fire in some quarters miles west of England's southern tip. They predicted gale winds up to 50-miles-an-hour. The Turmoil's captain, Dan Parker, radioed in mid-morninR he was "too busy" to civc progress reports or .accept any radio-telephone calls.' The U. S. destroyer ,Tphn W. Weeks, standing by for several days to rescue Carlsen if his shin broke up, also had not rcnortcri. The silence, following lengthy radio report*--, may indicate the destroyer crew also is trying to help the Turmoil's men fasten a line to the Flying Enterprise. The Turmoil arrived shortly before midnight last night and tried thrrn times to put a line aboard. Carbon, hanging with one hand to the starboard rail of his lurching ship, failed to catch any of them and the Turmoil backed off to j wait for dawn. The Flying Enterprise, broken across the middle, was listing 60 to 70 degrees. But despite the fierce buffeting she took from the worst Atlantic storm in 50 years, she still was buoyant. .Carlsen, refrcshcccl after the Weeks managed to set 2 line to him and send across food, cigarettes, and magazines yesterday, spoke briefly over his battery- powered radio shortly before dawn. been reported staying. However, the sheriff said, the report proved false. In Little Rock, officials appeared to be in doubt aliout what Bishop planned to dn during his "vacEjJipn" from prison. Henslec said! "Bishop"went to Little Rock to obtain a new brace for crippled lep." He declared "If the weather remains in our favor, as now, I would say we have a fair chance of bringing the Enterprise into port," he said. The Turmoil figured it would of the slate. He was one of four j Jake at leaGUhrcc^days and may- who traveled to Israel as representatives of the United States Department of State. Virgil T. Blossom is chairman the program, with Joe Faye | Southern Ireland, be more to haul the freighter in. She intended to make for Falmouth but picked out Brest, France, and Bantry Pay in mate as Bandits Take $50,000 From Canadian Bank Toronio, ::nl.-(.ipj-Two nandils, on« wearing a false nose, held u p . n suburba.i branch of the Bank of Commerce yesterday and walked off with about $50,000. Waiting inside the bank with · revolver and a sub-marhinc Run, 'they accosted 18 :mploy.\s and custon crs as tl ry :i::' ;. and tied them up. When the timelock on lh« vault Moore and Frank Cannady on the Program Committee. The session will be held in the school lunchroom at Lincoln. Dr. R. K. Bent r.f the University will lead group singing prior to the address. Farmers To Pay Record Taxes On Income Wash inglon-(/P)-Amcncan farmers wi 1 pour a record number of dollars into Uncle Sam'^ tax coffers this month. J a n u a r y is the big federal income lax-paying month for the Carlson has a wife and two daughters in Wonlbridgc, N. J. His ship is valued at Sl.400.OflO and has a cargo of Christmas mail, antiques, pig iron and other miscellaneous goods. his he "thought" Bishop was unable to obtain the brace at Little Hock and may have left the state in an attempt to do so. Shcri'f Cridcr said Ihis afternoon t h a t his office has not yet received any information on where Bishop planned to go, or where he may be now. The only information on the escapee received here has been t h a t carried by the State Police radio network and in newspapers, he said. Two (bailee Soldiers Are Freed Of Charges Fort S m i t h, Ark.-(/P)-Two Camp Chaffee soldiers were freed by Circuit Judge J. Sam Wood yesterday from charges of kid- naping and grand larceny. M/Sgt. Francis W. Wiley of Pine Grove, W. Va., and Cpl. Charles Kuch of Wcbbervillc, Mich., had j been accused by a Fort Smith taxicab driver of stealing his car and j forcing him to drive 230 miles | through Arkansas on Christmas i Day. They were arrested at Brinkley, Ark. Prosecutor James A. Gutensohn said yc.-rtcrday his investigation did not substantiate "the statement of (he prosecuting witness," Wiley | and Kuch.-rccently returned from [Germany, are in a reassignment I pool at Camp Chaffee. Q Islanders Say Storm Makes Plight Desperate House Slides Down Hill As Earth Crumbles Oakland, Calif.-(/l'j-A twn-slory MJSP WHS slowly slipping down a (·rumbling Onkland hillside today, on the verge of toppling over a sleep bluff onto an apartment building, Sc\en families were hurriedly moved ou*. of endangered apartments at the base of the b l u f f . The house owners, Mr, and Mrs. Morion J. Kramer, q u i t their $lfl,000/ home. ' City engineers saUl the hill may have become so soft from recent heavy, rains. .IhnL-'ltlJi^dtalntc- xratin«. Assistant City Engineer Earl Buckingham said, "Another heavy rain will most likely tend the house down." not only to pay but also to sub. sifitence iml quurter.illpwiinccx. It. would, i)"',.'* .i'«'.TM»etli^ Retired service jwrsonncl 'also would receive the increase, Vinson's committee has estimated I lie a n n u a l cost of the bill at $600,000,000. Presumably the witnes.-cs will be called on Io stale in open court for whom they intended to vole in the November 6 general election. Ninety-one write-in votes were cast to 83 voles fnr Rhea, the Democratic nominee. But the ?1 voles included those written in three different ways--Arthur B. Davidson; Arthur Davidson and A. B. Davidson. On the face of the record, thte split Davidson's vote three ways, and left Rhca the winner. On order of Circuit Judge Maupin Curnniings Khca was certified by the election commissioners a n d took office for a second term Wednesday night. ? Davidson appealed the court'/ ruling to the Supreme Court, which sent the case hack to Circuit Court with orders t h a t the be tried tu determine { 1 ) who is to benefit from the "Davidson" votes, (2) whether the write- in voles were legal, and (3) if any :olcs cast for either man were il- Iccal. The case will come to trial January 11. A fir a i step is expected P' t a l s d u r i n g evening ,, , . ... . ... . to be the introduction of defense I "°urs December 30. Police believe I be permitted, thft commission said. Suspect In Theft Of Microscopes Hunted Suspicion hi the theft of two $600 microscopes from Kayclte- ville hospital.-: has been narrowed down to (tne man, and a .search is under way for him in two states, Sheriff Bruce Cridcr revealed this afternoon. The microscopes were taken from the City and County llos- at one, time. Clyde Shlbley. district manager, said Ihw morning that Siloim Springs wur, " India ted" *o far as lung distance telephone service is concerned, and t h a t Ihcre were no circuits working into Kuve~icft Springs or Harrison. Gravclte and other communities also re-purled many Ice-coated wires do'.'.Ji. Shlbley fiaid power lines were down throughout Ihc area. FaycUcvillc w a s in "suod shape." with only about 3Q lele- phones nut of order because of wet e.ihlcs. There were nu Arkansas circuits into Springfield, Mo., working this morning, Shibley wild, reporting the Missouri area Just north of . the Arkansas, line was severely hit by the filed and Ice. Earl Dycss, district manager of the Southwestern G«r and Electric Company, said that while there was no trouble with Iho power circuits in KaycUeviHt or to the south, a good deal of damage was reported north of here. lie caul special crews were in the Rogers section, and that some c:t\* highest general. It woultl apply I ployorf of his company were he!p- Service Pay Increase To Get Attention Washintrtnn-f/Pj-Lcgislation giving all mtynbcrs of the" armed forces a 10 per cent increase may |ct n high priority in the session of Congress convening next Tuesday. Chairman Virtsnn (D-Cia) of the House Armed Services Committee, said today he has asked the liulcs Committee to clear the measure so it can br acted on immediately. The bill already has been approved by Vinson's committee by unanimous vote and there is no foreseeable major opposition in Ihc House. The increase would be Riven to everyone in uniform, from the lowcsl-ranking private to the ing alM at Hcntolivlllc, which has .1 municipally-owned power system. Dycss said no trouble wa« - ' - " ' ' ' "We were ready lor »crlou.i trouble -"Hers yesterday evening," Dyess declared, "but the unexpected Warmer weather which came along about 7 p. m.. saved us." He recalled a severe Ice ttorm which caused heavy damage In Fnyellovllle a few years ago, and said his company had been anticipating about the "same conditions last night." 'The above frpcilng weather which came early in the evening prevented ice damage here. Koftn Ilird lilt The TIMES' correspondent in Hogcrs reported that Bcntonville Audit Commission To Demand Testimony Little Rock-WVThe Arkansas Highway Audit Corrmisnidn will liold in contempt witnesses who refuse to testify at Its public hearings opening here January 1(1. The commission decided "eslerday to. -. allow witnesses to employ coun- was In darkness for several hours sc | . I last night, and that ice damage Only advice on legal rights w i l l ! ' " lrccs ln lhe Hoscrs-Bculonville witnesses, who must say whether Arthur n. Davidson is the man they supported with their votes. Some of those for whom subpoenas were issued are out of Officer'Nabbed r*\ t t r* i coast s By His Suspect i»"rfos ' ~ food, Killed When Car Hits Railing On Bridge Little nnck-l/l'j-Thc second Arkansas traffic fatality recorded in 1952, reported yesterday, brought the week's violent death toll to eight. ,1. U Marshall of Cotton Plant. about 40, died en route to a Scarce hospital after the car in which he was riding struck a bridge railing on Highway 64 near McCrory. D"puty Sheriff Lester Holder said Marshall and another occupant ol the car, Leslie Davis, 40, also of Cotton Plant, were thrown into the thief walked into Ihc buildings Cross-examination will not be al- and carried the instruments out openly, probably in a box. The sheriff did not reveal the name of the suspect--reminding that the man may well prove In- norcnt--but said it is reasonably well established that the suspect is no longer in Arkansas. He did not say in which two states the search now centers. The commission was created by the 1951 legislature Io Investigate State Highway Department operations. the stream. Davis is in a Scarcy Atlantn-WP)-Annctlc Evans, ].". told police she was walkiix along the street yesterday when a big flog ran out from a yard and bit her on the left leg. Sgt. W. D. .Johnson went to in- Dublin, Irclanrl-WVA radio i hospital. message from storm-bnund little i ·- Blaskct Island, off the Kerry ; B llff |. n All.. C.. coast said today 28 residents arc in | KUJJIdll UIICl TOl " ' · wralc situation" for lack of ; _ Gales raging off thn Irish , ^31)656 ^68^ coast have made it impossible to i * send regular supplies from t h e ! Moscow-MVDiplnmats here b'- opened at 3 a.m., they filled two j cr is one who received two thirds nalion's agricultural producers, j vcstigalo. A big German Shonhcrd Kor income lax purposes a farm- dashed out and bit him-- also jn out. nea v:th cnsh mul strolled Poultry Market-- The poultry market today t re- .portal by the University of Arkansas Institute of Science *nd Tcchtiolofy and the Dairy «nd Poultry Market News Service of tho V. S. Department of Agriculture. Northwest Arkansas m a r k ct «teady, demand good, volume of trading heavy. All prices paid f.o.b. f a r m up to 2 p. m., broilers of his income from farming. Farmers who had a gross Income of SGOO or more in 1D51 are required to file estimates of their l!)."il income and tax. These declarations, together with payment of estimated taxes, are due January 15. However, farmer*- may file Ihcir f i n a l tax returns and pay their taxes in full on or before January .11. Robert Do,\vnlf Resign* Little nock-(,Ti-Assis'!nt Arkansas Gen. Robert O. fJownio resigned yesterday, effective January / I S , to enter and fryers all weights 28-31 cents private practice here with "'- mostly 30. I brother, Blako Downic. his the left leg. The police sergeant and Ihe cirl went to a hospital for treatment. The dog went to the. pound. Miss Darnell Reports Jewels, Mink Stolen New York-MVKilm Star Linda Darnell said yesterday ho? hotel suite was looted of $9.500 worth of jewels r.nd a S.t.OOO mink stole. She said she had been nut of town the past throe wcckr.. She returned after being called ly her maicl, Miss Marguerite L"cesn^ who discovered the theft. The actress said 15 to 20 pieces of jewelry were laken. Paper Says Churchill Not A "Supplicant" Londnn-M'i-Thc liberal Chronicle declared today that some American newspapers arc putting the "wrong complexion" on Prime Minister C'hurchillVirn- pcndinc visit to the United States. Me is not Roin the paper said. Kefauver Gels Backing Of Mississippi Group Oxford. Miss-(/P|-Senalor Kr- fmivcr (n-Tenn) has Ihc backins of Mississippi's Truninn supporters in 1048 for the Democratic ( prcsideotial nomination this year. News I Phil Mullen, who puts a slate of pro-Truman electors on t h e Missi.sippi ballot after the states rights revolt, said yesterday he has on what he considers cood authority information that the president as a supplicant, is not c.-iins to seek the nomina- Hon. M u l l e n said he understands Soir" nt the comment.'; made, j that Truman will throw his support to Chief Justice Vliuon of the Supreme Court. Ho said he will run for S delegate's post tn the state Democratic convention this spring as a sup. mainland lor two weeks. Preliminary, Hearing Waived By Suspect Joe Tnncy, 2fi, Kaycttevillc.; ''»P"nes! peace treaty cnjinecrrd charged with grand larceny in the 'V ·' nhn '·'"·"·ler Dulles, alleged I h e f l of SI,700 from hisi Thr M "-W'' ITCM has dcvotivl cmplnjcr, waived p r e l i m i n a r y i " " '·""isi'al a m o u n t of space to hearing in Fort Smith M u n i c i p a l ' ·'"psnesn problems sine; I'rirnc Court Wednesday and was order- i Minister Stalin sent his New eri hound over to Circuit Court for ' Year's mf.'saRC expressing tynl- trinl. p a t h y "with the Japanese peopic not only by the pjrcss hut by Congress, are uncenerous and they KUfiResl the people making them are not q u i t e in touch with the realities of the situation. "In some w»ys. t h e i r nervous ap- _ prehension at Churchill's coming | will nrcanize a slate of similar , is a measure of Ihc high regard in i candidates In other counties ! which they hold him. Rut It would ! -- area was heavy. Wind knocked down branches of .trees all over town, some streets were blocked this morning, and "almost every yard in town" was covered with branches. The John Kclk- cr home w'as damaged when a tree fell, and a car belon'ing to C. C. Lambert, city editor of the Rogers Daily Ncv/s. was ."bashed in" by a falling tree branch this morninK. Damage in Rogers was said to be the worst suftcied there from storm*: in a number of years. The Associated Press reported that no highways in Arkansas were closed, but that the whoift of North Arkansas was heavily coated with ice and .sonic roads were exceedingly dangerous to travel. Some 1.31)0 homes in the Melbourne area were without electricity last night after a high voltage power line snapped under the weight of ice. The news service quoted a telephone representative as saying. "The lines are going out about as fast as they can be restored." The end of the storm was in sight as the weather forecast was continued cold tonight but warmer tomorrow. . . . winner omorrow porter of Senator Kc[auver and j ,,,,),,,,,,,, Reported Clf.r licvc Hiissiii has adopted r, new ! hp , pily j f , hc , r u c |11)tuir Mf] , ffr y tn"SI ;Te^ n ti'c^TS'i, pu T sc u' hi ", v '^" wcrc """""'' Corl Hendrix To Run linn ii Mkn H P L H I C iiL.iiy n u n i to np ohscurr-d bv pcrs ilngc or , ner. The Umon spurned · misunderstanding " ' western terms for peace w i t h i , f J J a p a n anfl refused to sign tl.o j -in B j- n i · ' /8 Bodies Recovered Tnncy, a former Elkins resident, was arrested Monday at Texarkana a few hours a f t e r Victor Jones, Jr., Rogers produce trucker, told Kort Smith police he believed Toncy had taken $1,700 from him while he slept at a Fort Smith hotel. The two men had registered together. Kort Smith detectives returned Tnncy to Foil Smith a f t e r his 'arrest by Texarkana city police. who arc trapped in a serious situation under foreign c. .nipatinn." The Weather-Arkansas--C l o u d y, occasional rain cast and north portions this afternoon, clearing and a l i t t l e colder w i t h lowest temperatures 20-.10 in northwest and Sfi-Jlfl east and south portion.? t o n i g h t . Saturday generally fair, rising tempera- lures. From Plane Crash Site For Seat In House Queen, Ark.-(/Pi-Carl Hendrix of Horatio. Ark,, a h,tnk- Thc Union Bus Station reported a bus in from Springfield, Mo., before noon "without incident," and aUo said a special bus tarrying the Texas A. and M. basketball team v. hich will play here torno-row night, a r r i v e d this morning. The highways ,vere "all richt," the drivers reported. er and lumberman, today ' aj,- i clol " | y an1 cnld " v ' as l h * I 1r °- nounced he will be a candidate for i lllc " mi f n r '°»'S ht . «' lh » '"·« Sunday was brought to a mortuary i governor 'n 1950. lie previously · .. i.i-.ii,,. i..j, r -, T .-.' Mesa, A i l / today | served three times in the House, i A ' r B "? ' l|w " n « , U ??""" ,, Medical corpsmen Lm W i l l i a m , | The Incumbent representative. | 'l" 1 ' 1 ' 1 "TM- K '' cllch " oro «°-W Air r'orcc Rnsc, with Ihe alii o f ' Hnrold H a l l m n n , hasn't announced |TM",,!; civilian/, completed removing Iho ! l l l s P'"i». bodies from 7.000-for,t snow-cap-1 pcd Anner Mountain, 8S miles j I,»rite-Sc»le Smu«ilin« ReporlrA norlhoast of Phoenix, last night. The task was finished in two days. Wreckage ,,( (he nlano, which exploded on Impact about 100 left Manila - (/Pi - Philippines congressional committee was told yesterday there has been large- scale smuggling of MmtORle war below the summit of the mowtnln, j materials from the Philippines to was f l r . t sighted Tuojday. I Communist China. Inch" pipeline to carry gasoline to five United SUtei '*ir bases built here." JANUART 141 MARCH DIMES

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