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« THE FIRST CO.. OF THIS NEWSPAPER Jlorrtjtoest Associated Prtts Leased Wira AP, King and NEA Features local Fos'teoit-- FayettevlhV and vicinity most!' cloudy tonlizht and tomorrow will 'Irong southerly winds and sllghth warmer, turning cold la'.e tornor- row. High temperatures yesterday ,"!·'""·' 2S - nnrin '«!»/ 41. Sunrlsi 7.28; sunset S;23. VOLUME 90, NUMMR 144 FAYrriVlUt, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 11, 1952 McMath, Murry Clash In What May Prove Campaign Opener Governor Holds "" Highway Probe 1$ "itch Hunt" Attorney General Says Public Can Judge Results Of Hearing Little Rock-(tf)-Govern or Me-; Msth and Attorney General Ike j Murry. who've been sparring verbally for several months, may have set Ihe stage for Arkansas' 1952 political battle. McMath Innded the first punch yesterday when he called in members of the Arkansas Highway! Audit Commission to ask that j cross examination of witnesses at j the commission's for the coming | public hearings be allowed. The governor. \vho is thought to be considering running for a third term, opened lii.s appeal with j an attack on Murry. And he' charged that* Ihe audit hearings, opening here January Hi. had "dc- Kcncratcd into a political witch hunt." McMnlh Hccuj-cd the attorney j eneral of injecting himself "into 1 Bills, Bills And More Bills PRICK FIVI CENTS 4-H Winners Ballots Read Into Record Are Honored - f . . r -. As Voting Contest Opens At Banquet Crowd Of More Than 300 Attends Annual Session Project winners in 4-H Club. \\-nrk in Washington County wrrr ', hnnnrrd last night with prizes j awarded at the annual Achieve- ; mcnt Banquet sponsored by the , Agriculture Committee of the j Fahnnuth. Ens.-uTVSafr ashnrr.*- Fa.vctteville Chamber of Com; Capl. Kurt Carlson tolr! the story Hero Enterprise Struggle Soys He Will Return To Sea nerce. All 4-H members In the today of his fight with the raping "^Many Witnesses On Hand When Hearing Starts Dick Burke Of Fayelleville Named District! Elccflon Commission Secretary, Other ln';^;;Zd cl ±: ^E\^r-,^;sr w . n :jScoul Chairman At Meeting In Springdale Officiols Heord fielding of the ballots cast in Ihc emend election nf | a . t K O . vcmbcr 0 into the record occupied county who had projects were in- Atlantic, a two-week battle against vitcd to the dinner, with leaders , wind, waves and cold. more were about 511 business and professional i not in position lo bring The Enter- men present, ft was the bcst-at- ' pri/c back with me." tended banquet of the kind rincc j From Ihc deck of the rescue (us inauguration of Ihe custom. FCV- ] Turmoil hc watched the death oral years ago. and was held at :hc Legion Hut. The program included Invoca- ion by Ihc Rev. .lack Dean: talk XV Clint Walden. Chamber of I alter a titanic battle with the sea. meeting of the Northwest Dlstricl ! "ommerre president; duct by Pat j "That really hurt me, quite a i of the Wc.stark Area Council,! Ban-on and Peggy .Jo West of j lot." Carlscn said. j B.S.A.. in Ihe Chicken House in Elkins: talk on scope of 4-H work n "'as that "last gale" which | Sprinjidalc. Mayor Bob Vogl of n Washington County, by Darrvl st ''uck Ihc slout ship its death j Rogers presided. About 75 persons i Dick nurke, vcleran Fayette-*-ville Scouter. was elected chairman of the Northwest Arkansas I i District. Boy Scouts of America, throes of the 6,711-lon Flying En- i "I-" 1 TM.'. B( V Si-nuts "' America, | f f P W fit I M\ lerprise yesterday, minu.es after ^ . h "' 8 ''' '" f % ' l »^. -^ W Clf VI LU3I he leaped ,,,,,, t h c w a l e r ,,,,,,, lhc "j^ ^^ ^tfj* !.,... :!·).'."". f :^ 1C l:J!' C ..TM U . down Burke was elected a. Ihc annual i CLj- U|inf Afj No Trace Found As Scorch Widens most of the rnurning in Circuit Court as .Judge Maupln Cum- mincs began hearing an election conlcsl between Arthur B. Davidson and Powell M. nhea. each claiming election as mayor 'of Fayettcville. The trial reccwrrl at 12:30 and was in resume at i:M p. m.'One j of Ithca's attorneys indicated j mayor would probably rest hia Shipley, vice president of the bkw - '"" courageous ;37-year-old i wc '' c I"' 1 ?TM': iCOrch Widens j "' "nc.i s a t o i t i e y s indicated Ihe :ou..tv 4-H Council- a short talk M W" °M » Packed news con- i . nv ,"' ke hns l ? cr " " ;t ;y» " sTM"'-! "TM-TM r "'""'d probably rial his in "Mv Trio To ChiciBo" bv crc " rc - i'"K for several years. Hc served a; Se;,ltle-i./Pi-A widening sc-i--,ir w c rarl v ln!s afternnnn - Adcr V a d c B a l e o flJldwin a Teount- ! "The las, few days' gale was too ! fol'e commg'"o F ^,,I?nie' t " i " vh (or lh " TM-Mc,Vn,»v ! """', '«'«· « «"' » Davidson's nc by Mrs. Lester Kllio.l of '"«"." '« said. -There were high '"£ 'Slant ,1 si -I,. icouti g i ?" b , iinrt lh ^ TM» w »" "««-' " "'"' *''"""?" '° " 1C hla "''Early 4-H Club Work in Wash- sc " s R oln « ar) d they were too commissioner for 'Northwest A r - i . llci ' wnllowi "K '""Ik W c d - i »»" Has been certified as ington County''; a talk by .loc S. Reed on "Early 4-H Club Work": two piano solos by John Howard Morris, Farmington: two accordion solos by Geneva Loc Davis. Elkins: and a talk "Pulling the 4-H's ; Tn Work." hv Cora Lee Clifton of j West Fork. Miss Harriet B. King, ·vlng the K a v - i " C5tl "' v w " s ""dci-way today ovei·; ma .vor and took office January I. area, and he ' " llrKC lN '"'' ln Pacific area." ! Davidson was a write-in, canrll- ' ' »"ch." kansas In IflSO. scr Ills worst moment in Ihe long . eltcvillc program . ,. - . . ... ordeal, he said, "was lhc moment i has served as chaiman of l h c 1 'I'hrec ships continued to comb|j date, iccciving 01 votes In flhea's thai Ihc Flying Enterprise disap- i district Advancement Committee' H" 1 area and seven airplanes were I '·'· ''lit under protest hy Fihca. peared." i f»r the past year. He has been a ! nlerlcd lo participale in the sec-! Judge Cutnmln«s found that "1 commanded that ship lor j ,'"""' J " 0 '.J'oop J02 Advance-; onrl day ol scarchlllit lhc windy, j Davidson's name was written in three years and made H crossings of Ihc Atlantic," hc said. I former agent, introduced Mrs. F.I-j Wc " Built Ship Waggoner ! inent Committee and chairman o f ! surging ocean spot where lhc men! lhl '« ways--Arthur 'n. Davidson, advancement for the Faycttevillc | last were heard from. I Arthur Davidson and A. M. Davld- R ' F ,..i Kinmwnrih ,,,- i,,-1' c » n » 1la " and U. S. ships and! «""--'nd Ihcrcforc the vole was' of Fofi Smilh mgh 1 S c h o o l , w a s ' : f" 1 " ^'"' la ' TMnduclcd a day-! divided three" w^ys. This |a v B Sabres Down Four MIGs As Enemy Jets kept up all night as ships crews Range Far To South For First Time Seoul, K n r c a -(/Pj- Red -lhc past three years thanonyone: else. He undoubtedly knows a · great many of the /acts which will . . be brought out by the investlga- j lion." i "Not Surprising" i "Therefore it is nnl. surprising' flashed south almost jn Parallel! - that he is cry ins politics even be- i 38 toclny and paid for their audac- 1 fore the public has been acquaint-; ity wilh IOFS of four MIG I5's. ' KrtheTu^^ W f clam "Scrt, m fi^ b a l - j the revelations arc baser! on poll-; Ucs Wll!l American jets. lies. ' The ;iir war flamed within 3 0 ] "The semi-personal attacks t h a t , miles of the Panmunjom trucej the governor has made reflect the. Mlo. One fibril was nearly 1BO strain under which he has recently j miles from thr Vain River boun- ! been labnriim.' 1 , clary betwoen Korea and Man-! McMalh's accusations were made! criuria. This is far smith of MIC; soldiers, all Chapel. -Rock Avas^seJeflcrf champion club. Project winners honored prJ7.es from FayoUevjllc. nesses and medals were: lUeQimlet »y THI OISHVEI . it and that likely there will be a lnc | new Flyinc Enterprise for him one- Ida.v. · u-itn | Carlscn seemed ca'm as hc de- busi- . srr j|, e( | |,i s ordeal, a solitary bat- for a week a f t c r hc ordered of 40 and 10 passengers Clothmg. Marjoric Samples: j hi , t w o an p assc n g ers airy, Mahlon Gibson; farm and I ,,, abandon ship on DcCembr 20, i home electric. Cora Lcc Clifton: | | our ri ays a f t e r Ihe Christmas hur- i field crops. Marion .1. Shinley: ! ,. icanc h i ,_ Hc mana g ct | lo Rcl fnllr Food preparation. Lois Kchn; ,,, , jx hnurs slcop ,, n | shli j| ccp . \ food preservation. Marilyn Ship- 1 ley; forestry, Malt i foods. Carol Carson: | ijited vessel. ! Garden anrl truck. .Jimmy Car-! n v .-a.*'a'hungry a f f a i r for him ; son: health improvement, CVcil ! for a while. Testimony Complete In Milk Price Fix Heiring Forl Smilh -f/IV Testimony has been completed on a rcf|iiest Iliat Ihe federal government fix minimum milk prices in this area. The case now goes lo Ihe U.S. Department of Agriculture f o r ! Marilyn Ship- ,,,g' '--half on the port' wal'l and I ""'"'deration. If the department Holtzen; frozen I half on Ihe floor" of the crazily !',". '" r ''"ing Prices, farmers in. this area will vole on Ihe Issue. Milk distributors have opposed the request. Al least 100 truck-loads of : Of Plall; handicraft, Vclina War- j ··[ found down in the sloreroom ' "''· ·'· '· Keith, manager of th' ·cntl.v newly- ren; home improvement, Frances pound cake with a big hole in it, and I put my arm through it and brought it up," he said. Hc lived on Ihc pound cake and water for several days. Later hc found some wine and beer aboard. - Still later, the U. S. destroyer to assist in the investigations, and I been liaascd s-o far south before '· P.G .Wilson, the chief audilor for I Onp J ] I r -. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, m th( J l n r o u E h l | Gynith Campbell. r .stes and acti S. Cabrcski of Oi Fiehtcr-Inlerreplo commnndcr. It was his Contact Club Chairman Allies Hand Communist Negotiators Ultimatum The covcrnor charged: ' · ' 1. A t t o r n e y Ocneral M u r r v was! "'"? a "spokesman" for the Oil Dealers I fourin MIG and his 32nd plane in , Association of Arkansas. ! two wars. I 2. The bis nil dealers of A r - This battle, between 'i'i Sabre' Mnlri Bn ' (l w;is dci-lcil ch kansas had "entered into a price; jelr, and BO Russian-type MlGs, : "'"" "' !hc Contact Club of the '· negotiators handed the Reds a vir- Willard Keith got hot coffee and n: j food to him. By nifihf, hc read Mrs. by Ihc light of a flickering candle. Ifis book was "The Seaman. and I Ihe Law." I ! Danry G'omtK Aboard Tilings brightened lor him a f t c r ; week of lonely battln when the ' Northwest Arkansas Dairy Farmers Association, h»s rcqucslpd that Faypltcville br included In Ihe area nffrclcd. He previously arkcd inat WashinRton a n d Rnnlon Counlies be added to the area hut amended his request to include nnly Fayettcvillr. Grand Jury To Probe Alabama Bombing Phcnix City, AIa.-1/Tl-A hur- malnlaincd a ceaseless v i s I 1. scsrcnTng" the wild swells the aid o.f lights and flarCF. Alr- IJlancs were forced to return to their bases at nijrhtfal!. Pacific Powers Discuss Southeast Asia Defense VVn/hlriKton-l/I'l-TIi c military chiefs of the major Pacific powers meet here today to consider what mlcht be done lo sa c Southeast. Asia from an assault now threat- enln« from Red China. The s t a f f chiefs of llriiain, H'rance and the United Stale;-, wilh observers from Canada. Australia and Nc'.v Zealand, opened the top .secret conference. Urgency was elver-, to the high Blralcsy session hy ivarninss from Krench Gen. DC Laltrc dc Ta/signy before he was slrickcn in Indochina and flov.'n home for treatment. He expressed fears thut Red China is preparing a major intervention in the Communist-inspired rebellion in Indochina. county announced that the county had canceled the Augujt M primary 'ln""kci!pinj:t with p«rty-»Hd «l»to i;e*ul«llons, and Ihit the Cehfril-'iGornmUtet would certify, the 'candidates a« nominees, since there was no party opposition tn them, ile also staled that fen woulrt be returned. The attorneys for the w.rilc-in candidate also brought up the question whether P. M. Rhca, the name which appeared on the ballot, and Powell M. nhca, which appears In the . poll tax receipt book, are the same. -Mayor Rh'ea look the slanri and said he respond, 1 ! lo both p. M. nhca and Powell M, nhea, which "are one and the "same." Charles Atkinson., fccrctary at Ihc Washington County Election Commission was called as first witness by Mayor .lUiea's'attor- neys, lie said hc had received a certification of nomination signed by the chairman (if the Democratic ' committee and by Committee Secretary George Caudle, signifying nhea was the Democratic nominee. City Clerk .T. \V.- McGehec of Munsan. Korca-l/P)-Allifd truce nornins whieh i anmiunccd they planned t and icpair airfields while a truce ward Ihc Turmoil. They claninird p a rope ladder a few minutes ·y that my pi could dominate." 5. Murrv "is familiar wilh, The U. S. Fifth Air Force made! will close on March ,11. New team , ,,,, ,, these investigations and x x x has no rntion of damage lo any' caplains aic Ernest Schlecht and : was '" '""'' ; - hul denied yesterday: | al( , r ' " injury, aided and participate^ in them' Am ·'can plane riurins the day. 1 Harrcll Hall. that this is their intention. | (jarlscn stepped onto the Prince ·"" " 'Under a new policy United \.-i-! · Chincic Maj. T.en. Hsich Fan B : n f Wa j cs p|c| . jn f -a| mollt h today, lions air losses are announced '""" " ' k " r '"~ ; " nil The governor called attention to the road building program lhat; o n | v u -ecklv has been undertaken since he took I ' _'. office in January, 1049. Hc pro- 1 , . (iilccd a map of the state to show Ihe commission members the work has been going on. T.,_,;i UJ..-I,... I [aim I tlOiRvi Then McMalh charged that r... An Ir the aliened anti-trust law viola- UUcS UN III the alleged anti-trust low viola-: tlons by Ihe oil dealers. KnllimnrrM/Vj-Cnntinualinn of a Murry ansxycred that accusation tni , ls ,t strike here into next week with this sUucmcnl. , w |)roc ii,. t e(i today. Gov. Thco- "I have already looked into Ihe! .,,,.,, n M.L-.I,,,,, ,,,.,,. ,,,,,-,..,,,, Lesion Conventluli Set Hot Sprincs. Ark.-i.'Pi-Thc IDS2 convention nf Ihe Arkansas DC- '. partmcnt, American LcRion. will : lory answer to your unreasonable be held here ,Inly 11-13. I demands." insisted that the Communist posi- j wc ., rinR ' an ovc , sim | black rain- lion never has chnnjjcd and rtc-',.,,^ hc borrow( , d flom onc ,,, his clilr( ; c ' : ,, i rescuers, at 10:03 a. m. 14:08 "You will never cet a s a l i s f a c - | a m (_'ST.) "I jusl cannot find words enough .·alvacc tua Turmoil coininR clo:,c j '''"dly summoned grand jury w a s : Diplomatic officials in London | Kaycttcvilic testified that lie "had by, put aboard First Mate Ken-i rallcd lr)cls . v '" Invcsli^alc Iheisaid Hrilaln. France and Ihc U. S.,' received a filing fee from nhea ' n c t h Dancy, 27, ! hnmb explosion that wrecked Ihc i are considering plans lo set up a ho place hi« name on the eencral | What did they talk about nn ! n " m ? n f a v '« crusader who help-| unified military command in i election ballot County Clerk Rov ··d clean up this once-rowdy play- Southeast Asia to enable a poolinc I Scott identified trie poll lax list *""' ' " -- " ' -- of available air. land and sea 1 which was entered as an exhibit foriTs. Ihe command would hc i in the court record, lied in indirectly with the .North ! b. W. Rccd. piumbins inspec- Atlantic rrcal.v^J3rKaiii7.ation. I tor of Fayellcville, testified that I he voted first in Ward' 1 in the f h»rnf favt H» Maw Dun : General election, and that his bal- vncrif jay} ne nay Kun ; | 0 , was m , m bered 1103. the b»i. _ . ! lots wcic then introduced aj rcc- For ArKdnsiis Governor 1 "' d5 ' " vcr thc °pi"»ition °i navid- i son's attorneys. They were intro- I.iltle Hock - i/l'i - Chancellor: (ll , lr ' ti (or a " ol tne voters in Francis Cherry of .Itmc.-'hcirn s a i d 1 U ' ilr ' 1 '· here hist niRht he has ,-ibout de- ; Prorrdtirf Differs cided to run for sovcrnor of Ar- i Reading in of the votes cast in It-insas. ; Ward 2 required a different pro- "1'm fed up with the situation cedurc from that of Ward I. The as it exists in thc Mate at prcr.-. election official.-: failed lo initial r-nt." the 12-year-old judge said j Ihe ballots in Ward '2. As a result, in an Interview. : each ballot cnlcicd as evidence Cherry's remarks came after a ' fiorn Ward 2 was entered by fiock-l/I'j-Nearly l.Diio r-psolution was drafted Wednes- i Rhca's attorneys by calling the in- ncphcw weie a.--lcep j in Ihe house. They escaped serious Arkansas Violence In 1951 Takes 991 Lives splracy nf the oil dealers. n . i.V' ""'''ting.s «'·"' company and union CONTINUED ON PAGE tllnEK " f f i c i a b , .si · · , "We do not look for 11 oc.ce yesterday on charges of j holding two Hopers men in "pcon- selllcmen; · ace" and operating an illicil whis- cONTiNUF.n ON PAGE THnF.r Persons died violently In Arkansas durlriK lfl.il. ! Tho Associated I're.-y u | violent death record shows ll!l] I fatalities. Thi.-- includes 130 deaths i in t r a f f i c mishaps. i The investigation which landed j At lea/t 11 persons died in IS ' !!!"!:Tl? U "_"".' r0 ""L Sn . l J'.'. l ; i ;'!! S .'!"!!. !noh ' nsr ' n '" J"' 1 sls 'l wl ·" Hog-! hunting accidents during the year. Oklahoman Charged Wilh Holding Rogers Men In Peonage .i.ation which la jail started at l i I - I i / . · - · ' ' :ecil Dutton, Tl. and ""' ril ' hl froin hMl Prostration »r«. M, accused ,h. | ^'2^" *"'* ^ M R en,onvi,le. ( Specia,,-An OMa-,1, ,,, Harry Pra.t's .luslice o, th " m '' n w a s "''"'S 110 ' 1 liquor nnd Iransporting Poultry Morktt-- The poultry mari;ct today us reported by the University of A T - , ! ! . , · \ r l . 'riaiis.i kansas Institute of Science and j walked mil 'm de Technology and the Dnlry » n( j cent hourly increase. lie iire.'enl "·eckenrl." I key still. And here in ISenlon- " · MI:. Irackiess trnllcy:- \ille and buses stopped Iniunr into a dry coiinlv. ers after Ce day nicht by a croup of Jonrsboro ; dividual voter to thc witncsj stand citircns urifma him lo seek i h e ' t o identify his or her ballot and Democratic nomination for gov- stul'. ernnr. · Only witnesses for Rheii in lleibert II. Mi-Adams, .Innrs- Ward 2 were called to Ihc stand bom atloine.v and rlwc friend nf . ""·' mnrning to identify their bal- the jtnlge, predicted that "if thc ' lol!: . Davidson's witnesses in thnt 1 present trend toward Judge C h e i - 1 *"«! presumably will be called ry continues. ),· will ( |iiite likely "flcr nhea re^ts his case and In Mu.-.kngoe, the Assoeial«d j Walter Mm: Press leported that iNral nobmr.on. become a candidate." Toultry Market News Service of th« U. S. Department of Agriculture. Northwest A itetdy; demand (air Thousands of mally left at home lhc downlown area, market: fie. Hut no prolons lo vuod; j reported, e v e n dur volume nf trading normal: prices hnurs . f.o.b. farm to 2 p. m.--broilers nnd fryers ml weights, .10-.il, mo..|ly 30. ' Absonlerl.-in was cab companies reporl nnly normal. Davidson takes over. The first voter In Ward '', Kvcrtl Campbell, Identified his ballot and stub when It was produced by nhea's attorneys, who showed it to him. A Davidson attorney questioned the vote bc- cfuise hc said It was marked with an "X" both In th« square by nhea's name and In the square on Ihe blank line below nhea's name. Campbell was asked for CONTtNUr.l) ON PAC* THRr.r. J*NU*»T He was ordered to appear January ' ly weapon. MARCH«'DIMES

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