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IM WMK INTEREST · TM FIRST CONCERN 0* THIS NEWSPAPER Jlorthtoegt Associated Press Lte: Yir* AP, Kinc _nd NEA Features flit WtcWtr-- A r k a n s a n -- -Mostly cloudy with nrcasional rain this afternoon and" in ra';! and nnrth portion tonight. W a r m e r thi.i afternnon, rooler cx- l"*"iA nnrthwc.it portion tonight with lowest tcmppraturea near » . ..tf. Tuesday mostly cloudy u:ith .«ca*tTctt shower?, t u r n i n g ronlrr wrjt and north portions. VOIUME 90, NUMBER 152 FA rVILLE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21, 1952 FRICI FIVI CENTS $85M4,000,OOOSpending Budget Set Two Houses At Centerton Burn, Barn Destroyed Edward Moore And Herbert Chastine Lose Homes Bentonvillc-(Special)-Fire dc- ·troyed two houses at Centerton Saturday night a few hours a f t e r · large barn south of Bcntonvillc was leveled hy flames. There was no immediate .estimate of loss in the Centertoo fires, but damage was expected to run high. Two large frame houses v/cre destroyed along with thc furnishings of the first to catch fire. Burned were the homes of Edward "Dous" Moore and Herbert Chastine. The houses adjoined Both two-story structures stood ·t the north end of Centerton, The fire apparently broke ou on the back porch of thc Chastine home sometime before R p. m. No one was at home in cither house ·nd thc flames were well advanced before they were discovered by neighbors. Two fire companies from Brn- tonville answerld the alarm, but firemen found themselves badly hampered hy lack of water. While fire -pread from the Chastine home to thc Moore house thc firemen labored to lay 1.800 feet of hose from a sprinp in thc middle j Of town. Thc bouses were beyond ·aving when the task was completed. Furnishings and contents of thc Moore house were removed by neighbors and volunteers, but thc Chastine home burned with all its contents. Earlier Saturday a lame barn burned -four and one-half miles south of Benlonville. No one was living on the farm and the build- in* was past saving when firemen were. callcU.aU.4*R*..Ui firemen reported the farm had recently been, sold and- they were unable to locale thc ncwNnvner. Logiccl Choice Race Commission Studies Case Oi Dixie Downs Meeting Set One Day Before Vote In Crittenden Little Rock-(/P|-Thc Arkansas TJaciiiR Commission mot here today to t a k e another took at Dixie Downs, Inc., to which it recently granted a franchise In operate a horse track in West Memphis. Moral and f i n a n c i a l q u a l i f i c a - tions of a stockholder in Dixie Downs reportedly were to be considered by the commission today. Under Arkansas law, the only ground on which thc commission can reject an application for a ! racing franchise is lack of s u f - j ficienl capital or proper morals. The commission was to have lakcn np thc m a t t e r last Wednesday, but Dixie Downs A t t o r n e y A d m u a l L-Mide D McCormick Glenn Walthcr of Little Hock on- piesent commandci of the U S jainecl a court injunction In hold N a ^ s \ U a n t i c Heel is said In U() lhc ac , jon -\valthcr contended Navy authorities to be thc logical; l l l f , t D j x j c Downs ha(1 n p t r c c c i v _ fhcf choice- " " " " Eisci Ch t f l * { Charles B r a n n a n to thc Senate More Than Seven Millions Asked For SPA Great Sum Proposed For Construction Of Lnes, Facilities U';ishin«lnn-1/IVConRre.=s w a s ·"0 ul by Prcr.idenl T r u m a n today [n appropriate $7,075,000 for the Southwestern Power A d m i n i - . s ration for the 195.1 fiscal year "tartinj; next .July 1. I Southwestern Power ' A d m i n i - ! . .slration is nn nqenc: of the In- . tenor Department .set up tn mar! ·fcel power from sovcrntr.ent-buill Hydro-electric dams in Ihe Southwestern slates. It operates in Okla- i ( homa, Arkansas, Tc.\ai, Kansas, |' Mi ^ouri and Louisiana. , Congress last year voted the ( j iiKcney ftl.BBO.712 for the f i s c a l J year ending next June 30. Of funds which thc president aslul for SPA, $1.130,000 would be ! j . for (.'im.-lruction of lines mid oilier ' nan apolo-; f a [ i ! j l i c i . ; Mr , 00i0 n 0 f o r n p e r a t i u n Agriculture, nm| m n i n ) o n a n c c am , ,1.435.000 President's Proposals In Picture Residents Seek To Keep Two Streets Open Petitions Signed By 476 Persons Sent To Little Rock Petitions sijncrl by 476 Fayettc- ville residents asking that Block and East Streets not be dead-ended at the new Highway 71 by-pass H · · C" have been approved hy the City brOOQCrnOUSC NFC Council and forwarded to the state Highway Department, M a y o r V:il. 1 nnn rL!.L» Powell rthea said today. Kill) /.UUU IMICKS I In p l a n n i n g thc new by-pass ! across South Fayettcvilic. the rolo --1--PI TWO HOUSES i Highway Department made no Springdale - (Special) - Seven j provision for c o n t i n u i n g Block plant has snowballed, rolled up mostly by organized religious grnups. Commissioner. 1 ; also have fell the displeasure of Governor Mc- M a t h , who asked Tor the resignations of those who approved the franchise. The governor later ,«aid he would not insist on their resignation.'; should they withdraw ap*- proval of the track. Vote Tomorrow Voters of C.Mttcnden County arc tn vote on the proposed track tomorrow ir| P local option election. Approval of the track by the voters was a condition attached to Farm Plan Left Out Of Budget M a t e utilities, tlie Western Electric l Cooperative in Oklahoma, and the iShome, Kamei. Northwestern a n d 1 ! Central Klcclric Tower C o r p o r a - : i lives in Missouri will be completed i in I!)o2. Work on substations at ' : Anadarko. Okla.. and Carthage and ! C l i n t o n , Mo., will conlinuc d u r i n g ! Cold Shoulder For Program More Revenues Seen Thc li.udzcl estimated the SPA's I . revenues, from power sale.--, \vould Washinglon-l/IVPrcFidcnt T r u - i r | S P t o S2.500,0nn in 103:! and to j man's new federal buried t o d a y ! ss 1SO ,000 in I95:i. By June 30,1 Jx'Uffi 1 mcnllm nt ( h c m l t r n - l i n 5 3 the budget said, thc a g e n c y ! vfr£IaBr«nnan farm plan w h i c h ; v . m ,,,,,, as .-,i la blc for m a r k e t i n g ! he has Inclre'cd in past budgets.^., lotll | nf 426.1100 k i l o w a t t s of j the franchise bv the commission. I Asked about the omission. Mr.,. l o w c t . This power will come from Truman said he still favors the | Dcn j son Korfork and thc Narrows plan, which has received a «)ldl [ i a m s nmv | n .operation. B u l l j Voters were bombarded w i t h pleas by mail and telephone as the b i t t e r campaign hit thc stretch. | shoulder from some f a r m and | S h oil ] s w h i c h is to be In operation I Dixie Downs four-pace pamphl mailed out 5.1)1)0 i congressional leaders. phlets claiming thr ' Proposed by Scrrcliiry of Agri- thousand day-old chicks were de- ftroyed early this morning in a fire at a brooder house on thc nd Chun* Streets sn protested May 24. 1051, tn A. E. Johnson, chief cnsinccr of the dc- this year, and from W h i t n e y , Kurt i Gib-on and Trnkiller Ferry, due j track would bring an eslimatcd i . c u l t i n c B r a n n a n . the program | , n be in ,,p c ,. a (i on in 19,i3. S34I.R94.78 in direct benefits to; would replace a system u n d e r | I n as |,j n ,, 51.42:1.000 for SPA's thc countv. i which f a r m Bootis would be sold at c o n l j n u j n a f u n d , President T r u m a n Thc A n t i - R a c e Track League.!' 1 TM market prices--but farmers! i( , , h;|t r | ur i,, R the fiscal year organizer! bv county ministers, scl ! would be paid a government sun- | | ) C K j n n j n K j,,| v i a n u m b e r of R E A up a telephone committee to call '· sidy if necessary to keep up t h e i r . ( , CIK , I . al i on an ' ( i transmission facil- EXCISE TAXES CUSTOMS AND 111 OTH« TAXES ** . . A n d Where It Will Go ... every voter and a car pool to t a k e standards of living, voters to the polls. Ed "Waller, secretary of D i x i e i Downs, said yesterday. "We are L. Lewis farm on Tump Station. p a r t m c nt, without success. . . Road northwest of SpringJalc. ' TWO weeks aeo residents of t h e : " ot having much trouble o v e r - : The fire started in litter on the! area became alarmed when they I coming thc preachers' c a m p a i g n . ; Bulletin Hies now u n d e r construction for j w ' . i r h thc a d m i n i s t r a t i o n has cn- ; Icrcd into contract.-: for purchase ' o f power and lease of f a c i l i t i e s ; will be completed and placed in onoralion. floor, apparently from an overheated' brooder stove. SprinKdalc firemen were able to extinguish the fire before the building was unriously damaged, but smoke asd heat proved fatal to the chicks. Weight Stations Facing Inquiry Highway Head Is Critical realized that the streets would hr i 1 believe thc people arc interested stopped short at the by-pass, m a k - infi a detour of several blocks nec- in learning thr. truth. We'll sro to ! it that they got the facts before '· Tuesday." People Urced To Vote Thc. Rev. Alfred Knox. chair- Members of thr SSfitli and tlie 937111 Field A r t i l l e r y Battalions, Arkansas National Guard, who have hern f i R h U r i B in Korea, arc ilur to arrive hy Special train at Camp riufTpr, Fort cssaiy. Fire t r u c k s and other emergency vehicles would be badly delayed in reaching the area. j Following a meeting last week, man of thc league, told his con- [ Smith, tomorrow. Tentative time -'··'--- J '·--' jtrcgation at thc First Methodist! of arrival is 7 o'clock in lllr Church: "Thc time has come for us to 'In what we know is r i g h t in God's sight. For His sake, vote your convictions, no matter what they : would arrive, hut that they are arc." j c(»n:ins from Fort l.awlon, Calif., ' and will be on their way to petitions were d r a w n up -- first only applyinx to Block Street -and circulated by properly owners and residents of the area. In a covering letter to thc J l i g h . way Department, Mayor Rhea pointed out t h a t the proposed i dead-ending of thc streets is contrary to the wishes of Ihe City morning, (Japl. R a l p h \V. Thomas tnlil the TIMES hy lc!r- phonc this afternoon. Hr said he diu not know how m a n y Four members of his church a r e ! College Student, Four Children Go Through Ice Odessa. N. Y.-(/!'!-A weekend ice skating and sledding parly turned into tragedy when a 20- yrar-old college student and f o u r children disappeared through a I soft .soot in the ice on Cayuta Lake. i A search party of IHO men rc- i covered the f i v e bodies yesterday. Council. and will make entrance j Dixie Downs officials. of fire engines into thc area d i f f i - M Memphis an all-nipM prny- cu "- cr service is planned by their Northwest Arkansas homes on leave by tomorrow night, I owns sufficient land along the Little Tiock-l./Tj-A full invest!- j right-of-way to run approaches to fation of Arkansas' truck weight i the three streets parallel to thc ·tations xl border entry points j highway on the south side. The \rill be made by state Revenue I approaches, paralleling thc high- The mayor said that the city | ,. cliRious denominations to plead for defeat of the track in thc election. The service starts at 9 p. m., with various donom I way a short distance to overcome thc steep grade, could then curve back into thc present streets. Commissioner. Carl Parker. Parker said Saturday that he would investigate thc slatons following a complaint from Highway · Commissionrr N a m f d Director Olcn Fullcrlon. r u l l c r t o n W a s h i n R t o i l _ ( / ] v E u , c ,, c M . innel at .he West! xskcd thRt person Memphis station he dismissed, i and called thc situation "a rlis- fracc tn Arkansas." t Zut-kcrl was nominated *oday by President T r u m a n to be a member of thc A t o m i c Energy Commission for a four-year term expiring .June 30, 1954. He u'ould ations conducting thc meeting at one hour intervals until 5 a. m., tomorrow. Mare Money For Mines Bureau Is Requested Accidental Shootings Fatal To Two Boys In Arkansas; Violent Death Toll Mounts Truman Asserts Price Of Peace A Heavy Burden Great Expansion In Armed Forces Part Of New Program man today sent Congress an J3.x- 1'H.00ft,000 spending burtget. . n i unprecedented f i g u r e exc'rpf in I a l l - n u t war. He said it. v.*a.« "fl t'cnvy burden . . . th^ price of peace." To lau-mnkcrs Inlkini; Inudly ^f cconniny in !hi.f election year, thc president outlined an I I biKifn dollfir c:pi»nsJon In armed forcfcs sprndina more t h n n 51 hilltnn, ir.cludihg » start on building thf. | A i r Force from 90 v:inR» to M.V He snld lib fftrcisn aid pro^ranu under P5pec(ally heavy. rrillcisni. "i; v i t a l and Indispensable . , , In the total f i p h t for security and peace." He calkd for expanding total aid from Sfi.Bfi8.000.000 this ypar to $10,844.000.000 next fluent yenr. with m t l l t n r y aid alone j u m p i n g from four lo clfihl billion. Hi.i btidirrt, hp .«.ild in hU ,tnnu:il ciRjte. "(» carefully planned to carry us s Jonjj v;ay'forward-on. the road to security." H« v.-ai-ncd t h r r n is erim r\'idcncc "the Krcr -. lln would not hesitate to resort tn war in order to gain Us ends." Asks New Tixv* Mr. Truman said ivilhout new; taxe.*!, his budget for the fiscal year bcninninc July I would p i n n e r the government i 14.445,000,000 further In thc red. The deficit for the current fiscal ycikt · wnx nn estimated $8,201,000,000. Then hr repealed * rail for about S4,fiOO,000,noo "at the. very loast" in additional revenue--a' call t h a t apparently fell on n*Mf r;trs when he firnt urged mof*^. taxes Iflst Wedneiday in Jit* erf*.' nomie report to ConjKrcsa. . This time th* - rtrefllnnt - riitinH pitch hj« plea us strongly nn £4 . rfld In8t'..weck nor did he ^pcclff- rally mention rflte increases us he did In his economic report. Kt : emphasised "loophole" plugging.'.-. Mr. Truman t a r k r d onto MS- a rcriueerl flock of I'Jtflr Dral" measures, includin,^ a Fair Kmploymcnt Practices ' Commission--anathema to many Sout.h- erncrs--expanded social iccurlty benefits and federal aid to rchools, He did not mention two controversial programs he plumped for futilcly ' in his last budget--the B r a n n a n Plan for. farm jusbldtes L i t t l e Hock-f/lV 1 \vo ' )n lfi were .shootme V/JIF an accident. . , A , , 1R v m r nlH f i r m vorkfM 1 n r i u i r i n n rij*n i»i · I M J I I I ^ u j u i u i c ki cd n flccircnLa shootings over i A n '»-cnr-oi(i ;aun \ . o r K c i , v^in,-,-1 u«-,nh Tt.,,f,^. ; " Ijin Cain, wa,: killed in the and Nation*! H e a l t h 'nwraiice^ Cnmmunlty of Wnoriruf " " """ " ., , . . . . the weekend ,n Arkansas. Mari ! Their deaths hrnufiht lo 13 the | C o u n ( y w h e n Hie tar ho was drlv- slalc's toliil of f i i t n l i l i c s for thc j inp, nnd a t r a i n collided at a cross- wock ended Sunday m i d n i f i h l . S i x ; in;: Overall, national security programs would take 70 cents out i every dollar, thc president suid-^ and nnn-dcfcn^e spending would persons died v i o l e n t l y over thc H. C. G r i f f i n . Mi. was killed \ bc slashed one billion dollars UH' v.'echend. 5 r v c n miles southwest of Hot | rirr thC'Currcnt year. Lynn Karl llulsey, 10, snn of j .Sprina;-; when the left rcur t i r e on ! Civil Dffrniie !ncl«4*4 Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hulsey of West Point, was shot to death w h i l e h u n t i n g near his home. W h i l e County Coroner Elvis Daniel Ntid the hoy was .-hot when a 20-Rjtuxc ; shotgun carried by his brolhcr, j City S a t u r d a y nisht. his automobile blew out and the He called for 600 million dollars ir overturned. I in appropriations for civilian de- Don G. Singleton, 42, wax killed j fcnsc. Including construction .of hen lie was struck by a car on bomb .shelters, and caid continued 81 n mile north of Star refusal by Congress to provide it | "could be a fatal sap in our sccur- Whcn last seen Saturday a f t e r - A l b e . l , 15, f i r e accidentally. | A younc hi«h ^*hool basketball : j(y structure." noon. A l l e n Sibley. a Cornell Uni- In West Memphis. L. H i l l i a r d , , player, Edward M a s n c r , IR, died Other highlights were proposal- 1 ! vcr^ily junior, was s k a t i n g on the i 13, was shot to death when ;i 12- i in a Batesvillc hospital Saturday | tn arid 7.000 agents tn thc scandal- lake, towing two sleds hearing ' t;au«c shotgun handled l)y an- i from injuries suffered Wednesday i hit Bureau of Internal Revenue. OPS Clinic Slatrd A c l i n i c on O f f i c e I \Vashinslon-(/1VAn appropria- j lion of 520.274,000 for the U. S. i Rurcau of Mines was recommend- l** f t »lf UAjlal Caur Price :rrl tod;iy hy President T r u n u t i i in ! AttCpU PlwUdlr J O f i ill b e ; itis budget nic.^sfiRC In the c h i l d r e n . The v i c t i m s includ- j other y o u t h dfecharccri. Police O f - ! when lie wa/: struck by a f a l l i n g cd Siblcy's brother, J o n a t h a n , 10.. ficor QuciHin Jerome said the \ Ircc. and n sister, Claire, six. Thc : · -- , ·| oilier.-: wore J u n e States, six, and Sharon Loveless, nine. All f i v e were from Alpine. held in Ihc o f f i c e of lhc Kaycttc- for the yc;ir Ftartinji J u l y 1. This j villc Chamber of Commerce to- I compares \vilh the 525,018,001) cs: morrow afternoon, from r30 to i t i m a t r - d to ho spent for the year i 5 o'clock, Hoydon Lewis, chair- j ending next J u n o .",(). m a n o f t h e Retail M e r c h a n t s : . . . . » . . . _ Son Died For Country Paper Mill Production Resumed After Walkout Camdm. A r k . - f / V j - T h e big paper and p u l p m i l l nf t h e J n l c r n a l i o n a l Paper Company v.*as back in f u l l p i o d u e t i o n t o d n v f o l l o w i n g a onr- Holdup Men ill Grocer succeed Sumncr T. Pike whn re-; Coinmiltcc, said today. The f "3 Epidemic. Disease Ousleel Seoul, Korea-l/IVKpidcmic di- Llttle Support For, N O Z I ui Rnct | recently. Zuckert, whose j will have two price office repre- PortV Revival Shown ' o f f i c i a l home is in Connecticut,: scntatives on hand to assist b '' ! now is assistaot secretary of thc - ncssmcn in complying w i t h price Freiburg, Germany-(/P)-U. S.! Air Force. High Commissioner John .1. McCoy said today a public opinion poll taken 'by his staff showed only 20 per cent of Germans interviewed would do a n y t h i n g t o , i I I regulations. sease has been almost e l i m i n a t e d in South Korea . ' " ' , ' j f l n v v a l k o u t wliich a l l but clo^ffl Spring yostordsv accfptcfi a post- i hiimous P u r p l e - ' H o n r t awarrl nnrl j rlo "-' n lhc f a t U l l y over I h r wcck- cilation m n d c hy Prcsiflfnt T r t l - i c n f l . man In liis -son. an Air Two Escape After Robberies extend GI benefits tn Korean '" veterans, increase funds for government-built d e f e n s e hnusins more t h a n 10 times, boost postal r files by 5no million dollars. «n/i start the Inns-proposed SI. La,w- rcnrc Seaway as a "stratf gic Fnirr j Thc president said without nc'v [axes the n a t i o n a l debt wnuhl increase to S27-I.022.0CO.OOO bv June. lf)."3--jiut under the present le^al l i m i t of 273 billion. These huit- red ink entries are a matter nf "grave concern," h* I'oplar B l u f f . Mn.-,/IVA man- said, and Confess oucht tn rej,li;.e, · thc risks involved. He said he h u n t was in progross here t o d a y , ^ lomA (n ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, his B0al ,,, -pay as we RO" for thc defense rn^ram when ConRress Rave him "I 1 'T'' 0 , n lasl High Court Rules On Purchasing Act Suit About L.'iOO empldyor, whn l e f t .. h , n t .o IIT;! vnr bdmhadior who died d u r i n R World i i h c i r job/ S a t u r d a y -iflornonn tn " United Nndoni M'rdiViT Icims ' War II in O c r m a n v . Spring jald hr ! p ,.,i cs , i h o a i| C K C r t ,|| sn ,i s sal nf a sh " 1 a n (l k l l l M l J '"TM « oss ' «· " pr . _ _ _ _ ,, . _ _ . _ _ " . _ _ _ ' : wnuld nut return thc m e d a l i v e t e r a n worker, voted yesterday Broe-cr, when ho rcsi.tlcrt rubbery only a l i t t l e more than half -' a w a r d e d his FMII, I.t. Merrill T.' morning to r e t u r n to work. Hy a f t - ' at his store. Later in thc nteht: tl.c 10 billion in lax increases he Spline, oven though hr did not ( ernoon. the work force had started : men answe-ring description of the j sought last year, acree with the president's poli- i reporting for duly, and production holdup pair tried to enter a storage' Sp»nln» Estlnwte Cllmtn was resumed last n i x h l . prevent thc rise ot another Nazi | I.jttlc nock-(/]'|-The A r k a n s a s ! otherwise i n s u f f i c i e n t , there will ed u n t i l they f i l e d the suit to raise party. But, he paid, the survey i n d i c a t - ' *d "only 13 per cent of the Ger- j Supreme Court today ruled "n 1 1 'C ] "o^yole^on^th^acL i three points involved in the stall j the issue, the court said. man people would support a Nazi- ; PU " , rchasms act suit and appointed like party lodav." ' - '-«--. -Poultry Markit-- The poultry marHet loday n r«- portnl by the University of Ar- kns«i Institule of Selene* «nd Ttchnolofy »nd the Dairy «nd Poultry Market Newt Service of th« U. S. Department of Afrlcul- a commissioner to take testimony. ! Associate Justice Paul Ward dis- I n its order today the court d c - ; 3. Thc fact that there arc Mime cidcd these p r e l i m i n a r y points: l f r a u d u l e n t signatures on a petition 1. Secretary of State C. G. Hall. I does not necessarily i n v a l i d a t e re- the defendant in the suit, was a u - i mainder of f i i K n n t u r e s on it. thori7.cd lo grant circulators of the I "Spurious names mu.st be icject- ture. Northwest Arkansas market about itcady. demand sood, volume of tradms heavy. Prices paid f.o.b. f a r m UP to 2 p. m., broilers and fryers all weights 28-30 cents . pound, mostly 28. scnted to the majority's f i n d i n g s ; petition an a d d i t i o n a l 30 days to cd and tin; w i l l f u l l y fal:.o a f f i d a v i t on all three points. ' o b t a i n more signatures. The pcti- or a circulator gives no prima r\ I ;,,,_-- D.-.-U^r. Thc rulings settled no final is- lions originally wcic filed .lunc (i. facie verily to Ihe rest "I Ihe i WOy LlCCnSC r U r t n O i e "This would not be in keeping w i t h the y p i r i t of the hoy . . .." he said. "It was America and not ' frir any ono man for whom n son died." mom at the Veterans A d m i n i s t r a - j Next fiscal year's spending *5- tion Hospital and at :30 t h i s . timate of $35,444.000.000 compared ... .,., ..i, n ..,i.... TI ' w i t h a revisu _ . actually spent last morning hold up an a t t e n d a n t a t j « ' ' " » revised estimate of 57n,- Deadline Hears For 'sues in thc case. They merely allowed t r i a l of the issues to proceed. I Involved a i r pelitions filed to refer acl 242 of 1951, the new ad- minlstrMlon-Minnsorcd purchasing net, lo (i popular vole at lhc 1952 general election. H. E. Ellis and other Pulaskl County taxpayers attacked sufficiency of (he petitions In an 19M. Hall discovered there weren't petition?, but the proponents t h c j q u i t e enough legal signature.-. The r e f e r e n d u m petitions petition sponsors rhould lie per- W i t h the d e a d l i n e lor b u y i n g milted to assume the b u i d e n o f . w i t h o u t p e n a l t y set for February need not be lejecled because the proving the validity of g e n u i n e : 1, dog o w n e i s so far h a v e pui sponsors failed to flic a c e i t i f i e d signatures," thc court i.aid. ; chased only IOO dog licenses, city · list of poll tax payers in each i The- suit was f i l e d by attorneys · o f f i c i a l s ,,nd today. Dogs must be county in which thc pctilion was j Krcd M. Pickens of Newpnrl and , v ., t . ullM( , d aK »i m i .abies before ! opened accidcnlall.v. a t n u i i s l couit and look J10B a f t e r culling thc telephone wires. Ross was shot to death when he ! 8fl:.W)0,000 .year. '" h r "° ' isCnl " Escapes Serious Injury In Fall From Auto Ross was shot to death when he · , , . . . . , , t . . A t h r e e - y e a , - o l d Sp, mgdale , , 0 , c h r f l , nr his pislol . ,, c ,,,,.. TM U '^ h V, , h e'le 0^" «r't ,-hild narrov.-ly esca, : ed senou- i n - ' , , h , , j r h door '"O -l« ice tn- » ze m ine nr.i Uiry yesterday afternoon when lie , ,. . , . . ,. . . ; n o s l « K r cars, oiggcr inaii uin f e l l from Ihc back donr of , mov- a m l ( l r m i " m " hnl a l lho " 1 b c ( o ' c j first f u l l year of World War ,11. ii.E car mi H i g h w a y 71 iiclween lir collapsed and died. His w i f e It would amount to $J90 for every Fayetteville and Springdrflr, and two children witnessed thc Carry! W f t y n e W r i g h t , ion .f shootlnK. Carry! W r i g h t nf 111! S j m i y d a l c : D I I V C . Spriugdalc, f e l l f r o m h i s ; father's car when n bark rloor Krlgar K. Hcthpll of Korl . S m i t h . ; . , . will b e ' i ^ u e d A l l h n , , f , l . Mm , . - , , ,, , . , . r K, · « , , , , 111 ' U 1 P ^"^ VV '" OP I S S U e f l . circulated. .. The high court wiid Ihis might j A l t h o u g h (he ciiie war, brought have been a pcrllncnl point if Ihc in thc name of i n d i v i d u a l tltb.ens, ' objectors had raised It wilh Hall ' l h c stale a d m i n i s t r a t i o n , original action filed In Ihe S i i - ' before he certified the amended sponsored act 212. is the group prcmer Court. If Ihc court derides l pelllions as s u f f i c i e n t . They losl m a i n l y mlercMed in a v o i d i n g a lhc petitions were invalid or! Ihcir opportunity when they w a l l - , r e f e r e n d u m em lhc l.iw. C'ily automobile llrenjcs ran lie 'which I purchased wlthnul p r n n l l y u n t i l March I. Suit* this year arr up to year, \vllh several h u n d r e d - stlckirs. sold. A t t e n d a n t s at County llospilal, where thc child was a d m i t t e d M 2MO p.m. yesterday, said he e.r Mm Ilie-k Al Work Aht|tiippa, Pa. -i/I'l- Opcralioiu reiumed today at a big plant of the Jones nnd l.authlin Steel eaped w i t h cuts and hruii.es. He ' Corporation, as employes returned was dltrharsod a f t e r e x a m i n a t i o n ! to work f o l l o w i n g i ulrlke of near- and t r e a t m e n t . ly 21 hours, man, woman and child In thc nation. The prolccted national debt would be * 1.788 per capita. H«)te expected deficits woulrt contrast CONTINUED ON TAOF. srvrN

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