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IHI rUBUt INTEREST IS THF FIRST CONCERN OF THIS NEWSPAPER Associated Press Leased Wire AP, King and NEA Fcqtures BCAt fORICAIT-- ,, ·Ksj-nlleville and vlclnlly/'partlj dourly with occasional' rain to- nicht and tornorroxv. Continued mild ami \vintly. Illffh tempera- lure one ycnr aeo today, B. Hlsh temperature yoilcrday 41); low 43; nnon today 61. Sunriss 7:23; sun- ret r:::n. - VOLUME 90, NUMBER 156 FAVETTEVIUE, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25, 1952 HVI CINTS Dies In Hospital U. N. Committee Outvotes U.S. On Package Deal Reds Would Vote On Admission Of 14 Nations At Once Paris -(/h- The United Nations ' Political CominiUec, over strcnu- i cus U. S. objection;-)], today adopted n Russian resolution calling on the Security Council to reconsider membership applications from 14 | countries, including Italy and five/ Soviet SalcllUcs. ' The United States said it had no j objection to reconsideration of the' candidates, but opposed thu rcso- ' luUon because the Soviet Union made it clear in debate the pro- j posa! was designed to have nil 14 j admitted in one package deal. i . Jt was the first lime in U. ,V. | history' 1 that the Political Commit-! Ice adopted a major Soviet res- ' olulion over American opposition.! The vote was 2] to' 12 with 25 | abstentions. This is less than the j two-thirds majority required for j final passage in a General Asscm- ! bly plenary session \vhich must j cnnfirm the committee action. Not Seen As Defeat U. S. Delegate Ernest A. Gross : said he did not construe the vote; as a defeat for the United Stales. · He said he was confident the res- j olulion would he defeated in the; Assembly. · ......... ,-- ....... -- --· - .-. ----- · ··- . The Russian resolution calls on ; since March I. 1930. died ycstcr- ! (D-ArU) assorted ho would mi- the Security Council tn reconsider! flay afternoon at 3:15 o'clock in j » twc »» s - Bul hc heJicvcP Mr. James Elberl Parker Short Illness Is Fatal To Elberf Parker Served As Assistant Postmaster Here For 21 Years .James Elbert Parker, (M, assistant postmaster in Fayctlcvillo Decision On McDonald As RFC Head Due Fulbrighf Opposes New Move To Put End To Agency Wushinftton-f/h - The Senate nankinjj Committee today ic- fusrd to approve the nomination of Hurry A. McDonald tn head thf Reconstrtic'tion Finance Corporation pending furtlipr study. | H sent word nf its decision tn President Truman. WashinjjIon-f/I'J-Se .nlnrs edged gingerly today t o w a r d a dc- ! cision oil the hoi potnio nomina- I tion of Harry A. McDonald, now 'under House investigation, ns new boss of the Reconstruction FI! nance Corporation. '. A Senate BankinR Subcnmmit- j tec called a meeting t 'day to deal with the problem. Most of its Republican and Democratir members admittedly resent President Truman's choice ! of McDonald foi* the post before j ·the HOUSP inquiry was completed, j ! McDonald is a Republican. i One member. Senator Capchnii ! ! (R-Inrl). revived a move in Ihc! Senate yesterday to abolish the i -RFC entirely and malic unncccs-' sary the approval of any new head ' o f the agency. Senator Fulb'rifihl Burns Gables, Atop Ml. Gayler On Highway 71, Goes Up In Flames; Neighboring Properly Saved in nne group 14 countries which j City Hospital. Hc had been a pa- j " nman * ulli v of ' batl tn ". - ,. - havc applied" for U. N. member- j licnt 'there for two days, having | " IR ni the McDonald nomination, ship--Albania, Bulgaria. Hungary, Romania, and Outer Mongolia, all backed by the Soviet Union: and the Western-sponsored countries, Ireland. Italy. Co;,Ion. Finland. Nepal, Austria, Jordan, Libya nnd Portugal. Soviet delegate Jacob Malik loldi iiic committee thnt if the Council brought the applicant countries up in one package, Russia would refrain from usir.g the veto which so far has blocked the admission of the western candidateF. The United States, which also has the veto in the Council, insisted that each candidate he judged on its individual merits.! The U. S. contends that.the,Soviet j Satellites " (io hot 'live up 'to I'lTc · "peace-loving" requirements of ( the U. N. Charter. ; suffered a heart attack. ! hc said. A resident nf this aica .til his I '^ Huusc invcstigalion i.= based ! life, he was born October 2fi. J8B7, °" chai 'P cs fll «l by the staff of at Goshcn, the son of A. J. · and Mary Elizabeth Parker. Hc lia(] been an employe of the post office for 44 years. Me is survived by his wife. Jessie Stokcnbcrry Parker, whom he married in 1912; one son. Robert D. Parker: one daughter. Mrs. House. Judiciary Subcommittee that fraud marked some actions of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of which McDonald is chairman. None nf ihc accusations are aimed at McDon- , cc conriucUnB the prohc rcfuses T-reri J Pratt. Jr.. of Minneapolis. I , n givc )hc Scnato all ink]i] of - Says Japan Will Nol Sign Treaty With Reds Tnkyo-f/lVPrime Minister Shic- eru Yoshida 1 old ParliamcnL to- dny Japan will not sign a pctfrr treaty with either Soviet Russia or l\ci\ China. Yoshida made the dcclaralion in defending his recent decision conclude Minn.: two brothers, Lrc of Go- shcn and Lucius nf Los Angeles, Calif.; and four grandchildren. Funeral arrangements, under direction of Moore's Funeral ! Chapel, are incomplete. land Bought For Widening Road Benton County *Work Under Way Truman Hints He May Seek Senate Seat what it is learning. Blow Against Guerrillas Clears Out Stronghold Scoul-M'|-An Fjighth Army staff officer today snid South Korean! Iroops killed 8.000 Communists and captured 7.000 in the Chin Mountains behind Allied lines. The .seven weeks drive against inierrillas cracked their corps of: MosccNV-lrnincd leaders, the staff j officer said. It cleaned ont a ecu-! TI, C two photos above v.-crc taken al lhc scene of lhc (ire which destroyed ['.urns Cables last ilichl. lurics-old bandit stronghold in I me lup is shown the interior of Ihc wrecked building. Lower picture was lulten from across IIHivra.v ' Bcnlnnville - (Special) - llisli- \v;iy Department representatives havo almost completed negotiations witll properi.v owners to buy his recent decision toi land widening 'the rii;ht-nf-wa.Y . | c . lt i or .j peace treaty with the I f,,,- S ( ;1 i 0 Highway 100 between Soviet Union 50 long as :)40,000; Bcnlonvillc and lhc Missouri Japanese World War JI prisoners'state line. Benton County Judge arc helrt by Russia, the Soviet-; Bill Enfield announced today. Red China treaties remain in; Although the Highway Depart- forcc. Russia continues to inslis-j m ent saiti current, plans do not ale the Japanese Communist Far-j call for widening of the present ly lo create unrest in Japan andi pavement, lour and one-half miles lon» as Russia holds the Ha- O f , )cw highway will be built north of Bcntonville to e l i m i n a t e dangerous curves, and the entire highway will be re-surfaced. Fovsgren Brothers. Fort Smith construction company, holds the contract for construction of the rucgcd terrain where peaks lo fi'.OOO feet. An officer who took pint in Ihe operation said the guerrillas' 'general s t a f f of Moscow-trained hnd been trapped." The lop guerrilla lividcr, Lee Ilvong San, was reported !{ have cscap- j j £ hc side, lie g over a ri two aides. , , boirmi IslandF." The Habomai Islands are only three and one-half miles from Japan. The Tlussinns occupied them after the second World war. Stale Patrolman Shot At By Three Youngsters op and shows w h a t was left of the structure as lhc flames died down. li.v Fl.OVI) CARL. JR. I ago, was built hirgelv of slcel and Burns Gables, wuloiy'-knmvn re- i °""^ block However, the xying '"hic.h included a huge :;undeck lei s damaged by the J lames nnd of. the slecl-.suppnrled COM- jcretc roof fell in when the beams ] · became white hot and collapsed. A j.erie.s of guciit "housiw; oprr- aJcd as n part of the resort rorl HI Ml. Gfiylor 30 mile.; snmh j "] of F;yctlevillr on Highway 71, ! 7~"' was completely destroyed hy fire ' la car)y last nigh I. Firemen frnin i KaycHcvillc Mid Alma joined forces In proicc'l adjoining prop- crlv, but v. .. e unable to save tiiCj . . · . . i .. · - capcd damage because they were : Inc. .scene at fi p. sprawling Hums Gables b u i l d i n g . ; ITIMESFOTO) :lass forming the front of the building were lirnkcn l)y the in- n.«e heal. \Vliippcd by n s t i f f , en id win'I, ?:p:irks Ironi the flame.-; .set fire In wood:; o\rr n wide i-rca. Some of lhc fhc.s v.'ei'c Mill burning this morning. firemen readied lifter- a .1(1- McMahon Out! Of Primary j In Illinois I War.hm i;tnn-i. Pi-Sc.ua tnr MrMa-; hnn nf Connecticut tnrlny aftkrd | trial hi? name be withdrawn from i the Illinois Democratic prcsidcn-' (in) primary. He mafic lhc remic-M ; in a telegram In IIIInuLt Secretary; uf Stale Kdwiird .). Harrctt. i Seiidtor Kcfauver of Tennessee i al.su has been cnlcrtd in the pri-; riuiry, and there had been speculation McMahon's nnmc wa.s on-: Icrcit by supporters of President; Truman with lhc idea .chiefly nfi preventing the Illinois vote from' going t" Kcfftuver by default. Mr. Trumnn declined comment ! nn whtit hc thinks of lhc entrance j nf Kcfiuivci 1 , who, naid the I'rcsi- | dent, is a nire fellow. He went on j to sny ihju hc considers Ihe Ten-1 ne.sscrnn a goorl senator. r Kcpni'lcrs wanlrd to know whether Mr. Truman would like In KCC Kcfauver rcinnin in Ihe Senate. The president rcplie'l that hcjlttcj, to sec guod men in the Senate. In pulling out of Ihe Illinois primary, to be held April 8,-Mc- Mahnn emphasized fhal hc wntitA Mr, Trumnn to run for reelection. He did this l»y making public n letter to Leo J. Struif, of Alton, III. MeMiihon wrote Struif; "You nrc nf coi:rj:e aware of t n y j great .iclmlnilion for President! Trti'niitn. I cherish hln friendship and 1 believe thai us chief of stale he hns hcen superbly right on the great Ir-fiues nf our lime. I have never doubted fur tin instant that ho Is the strongest and best ;nn- did.itc we Democrats cnn commend to the American people this (nil. '"'"The president hns not yet d-i.- clnsctl his plans, .Should he choor,c to run iiff'iln, i wilt of-co urn c give him niv unequivocal nnd wholehearted Support. This being the case, I cannot at this time give Ihe people of Illinois any real os- sunuicc thai I wnukl be free to follow their wishes Miouid they riceiue to. regard my candidacy favorably." Makes No Move To Clear Up His Political Future To Announce Plans Before April 29, He Promises : . . nn Iho up-v/ind side of the hum- | mile run through traffic, with one The lo.s wa,; estimated unoffi- j inR | n ,jiding. A large frame store- ! rngino rompmiy from feially at apprnximately $83.01)0, l, mi , ;e was snvcd a f l c r it cm.ghl [S(;ition:'Thry phirrd hos- only partially covered.by insur- Neighbors carried several nnd other building.-:--some ', Central ;e from mi Hit In Head By Power Saw Part Mrs. Agnes Sanders Seriously Injured Mrs. A«nes Betty Iluttnn Free said hc was shot at by the youths i Holly.vood-t/Pj-Bcily K u l t o n ob- ] ing car on the-Memphis-Arkansas [ bridge. room, liallroom and livinj; quar- . c d ;, bucket liriRiidi; i'l liurl watri · , lure fell in. an-1 poured v/ntcr inlo . . . . .. . .. , i T| ie bullet. narrowly missed his' Icrs in' aldition lo sloraiio .sp;icT.j nn the roof and front of the Ijiiild-' Lhc ruiiis for l-.vo hour-- fir more lamed her final d.vorer decree headi Beasley said L and the youths yesterday from Ted Briskin, Chi- i cago camera manufacturer. escaped Inward bridge traffir. Memphis in Al Least 10 Red Jets Claimed As Air Victims Seoul. Korea - (fi 1 } - American Sabre iet pilots shot down at least 10 Hod jets in four air battles over Northwest Korea' today. Two Communist planes exploded almost in the faces of American pilots. Two other Keels spiralcd ciown in fiery streamers. A fifth | went down In lonp loops, ils pilot Mill trying to regain control. The ! plane exploded as it hit the.' ground. H was one of the biggest jet victories of the war. : The Fifth Air Force announced New York-(/!VAlger J-HPS has ! The typewriter was a key 10 Russian-type jets were dcfin- risked for a re-trial based on what | llibit ;it hnth tri -' ll? - u W ' |S hr says is new evidence that hc · tnlrl the truth when hr said he i did not Sanders, 2fi, of ., . , . . . ,. .. . , ficial lake ^00 fret ar-ro.'.s the! Coin bit. was injured critically mice. I^cighbors carried several ;;.; nn fnc , aWi ,y_ WC rc thrcatenc-J. ; hi-lnvav from Bin n.s Cables, hut i about 1 n m vostrrrtav when Mir j hundred dot ars worth of merchan-, Mt . Gavlcr Snvc1 J m| sh ; )rf of ))0 c W|th B(jrns wa , ^^Vk bv a fra R menl of the disc from Iho buriniiB strurturc j,- fiyc tlcville firemen and nearby ; Guljlas bevond lu.pe of !; avinn. the blade nf a power saw. Tho fn.R- Mpmphls-MVPoliee today werci^t wore unublc lo reach upper j propcl . ty own crs joined fnm-s to : fire fi^hlcrs lurncrl their alien- mr-nl cut thrmiRh the scaln nnd automobile | nonrs hcforc heal and collapsing , savc Mt . G Hylcr. perhaps the Bos- | lion t,, prnln-tinfi other building, j into the skull, rnuKine possible i uaiis drove tlicm om. j (()n Mountain's larficst ^-ifl .shop, · Ahnn firemen arri.rd a few min- ' damage In the brain. | ing, three .-lories including «i lin-ifrom Biinii- Clablcs. A Mrcnm o f - s u p p l y of lio::e. . where the injured woman was ad- searchinc Jor a 1950 new stretch "of paving, re-surfacing 1 with Mississippi liconsi; plat' of the old highway and climina- ] after a trio of teenagers fired on tion of several dangerous curves in I an Arkansas Stale palrolman last Ihe Bella Vista area. Work is al- j n 'S hl j Patrolman ( p^ 01 "^ Bcas |j ! v | ishcri j ready under way at Bella Vista. ' 7 "" lrt "'"* fhn * "* K " * hn 1 '"" 41 '"" 1 hasemcnl, was cnnutruLtcH i -.vater v.-as played on the roof o f ; .Kirei cn n. in., yesterday. as lie pulled alongsirlc'thcir speed-! °^ nia.sonry and frame, H* liou;;cd Hie building and voluntecis in- iiiicnls lairi horc across Hichwav 71 IhiK afternoon described her" con- » TMrlo shop, restaurant and dinint; jcludinc o'.vncr Kd nollis. Jr.. foun- i from the lake us the burning struc- I riitlon as Btlll very fci ious. She Hiss Claims New Facts Available And Asks For A Re-Trial; Hearing February 4 itely dcbtroycd, one probably . destroyed and three damaged. Missing Powder Found, Danger At An End American secrets to . n pre-war I'ussian sny vine. j Tho one-time lop Slate Deparl- ; input airlr appealed yesterday for ly at-opptcd therp * as rl.-vwhcre j that each typewriter had unmis- j takablc traits of it.-; own. But Hiss' motion yesterday s;iid | thci rhca\y yun.s from behind n | ' engineers had built him a special typewriter that would type just like the nltl one. He said this in- Nrw Urunswick, N. .I.-/lVTwn a third trial. The jury in his first! dicalod that Chnmbrrr. his prin-!Su'V, Can.'d Xnne trouble .-pot. misslnc drums nf deadly pnlas- trial was dismissed when it cipal Hccusor, could somehow have! The .MUm cyanide were located ycslcr- couldn't agree. The second trial forged the dnrumfnts. j police A no 1 . 1 .' v.'ing, added three ycmv =ing. Almost all of the I;H P KC plate. Changes Name : To Get Free Of Jokesters Los Aimol?-;-i/T)-Mi( Kry f'ohcn. !1, KITV.' tired of lioin^ raz/od by In;, .·cjionhnatrn. So hc itppci'rc.'l in Superior Court yesterday and obtained IcRal ;-pprnval of his new . name. Michael C-i;nte. The boy. his lawyer said, h.id hrpn "Fiibjccted tn considerable -id in i IP. rmb'trM.sMiicnl and nn- '.nriPly" hrcau'-p hi/ name was Ihe as that nf the celcbriilC'J · I Tanks Move In j On Suez Fight British Try To Oust Egyptians CONTINUKU ON 1'AC.r SKVKN Death Case Up lo Prosecutor Inquest Reports Given To Coxsey C.iii-io-'/T.i-Bnlisli f i r m f i nmkc JXTCPM, \vcnt into ;ictioi IsnKiilin totlay In f.u;.t ;MK| di.i.'inn Kv.vpii»ii :iu.xil:iiry poiii'p Irorn llic - fSpci'i-'iM - A copy of y i'iir| fvidcmr bini^hi i'iuivt into th^ rlrath .Jan- f Ji»p»!i Piitchilid. B-Mi- day after n more than 24-hour , resulted in a fivr-year scntrnce. pcarch by police, truckers and i His* sJ'irl he had now facts to Fhlppers. Tht, public had beon ' back up his donfonse that ho wnrnfid through police alarms not In touch the drums if they were found. convicted partly by typewriter forffrry. Ho alljtckpcl key testimony nf Whit taker Chambers, self-sly tod coiirirr for tl^o spy rinp, and a second trial surprise witness who idrntifiod horsolf as Chambers' former maid. Tho new plra c-am* 10 months Poultry Market -- The poultry market today as reported by the University of Ar-, kansas Institute -,of Science nndln'lcr Hir.?. a risht hand man for Technology and the Dairy and] the laic President Rnnsnvelt al Poultry Market News Service M Yalta, bcpan nervine his tonn. Ihe U. S. Department of Apricul-' The molinn will be arcucd Kcbru- ture. I ary 4. Northwest Arkansas market j Al both trl.ils lhc government ·toady, demand good, volume of contended Hiss u.«cd a battered Irndlni; normal. All prices f. o. h. farm reporled up to 2 p. m. ioday; old Woodstock typewriter (n copy S t a l e Oepailment documents Furihormorr, his pptilinn said, the old typewritpr used at 1 heir ia Is might cvrn have been ";i plant" and not Ihp machine Hiss onrn used. His lawyer. CliP.'ilor T. I«me, ac- in;: and Britisli havo clwrced Hie panic .15 .·ith partirlpatiivi: in MIDI- . innlmor. nut uaiv tnnvil'r pluntbinc cnnlrartor was lurnrd OVPI- to Pro'-ecut'ir T^d I 1 . '.'oxsr-y of H i r r y v i l l e yf. 1 i r i ( l ; ( y h\ Cnrourr W. ?'. JSuin: ' WHS semi-conscious this morning. Mrs. Sanders was helping her husband, Troy Sanders, operate a power *nw when the blade broke. Mi 4 . Sanders was not in-: jurnd. j In another Accident yesterday ' afternoon. Miss I.nuj«c Harrison. i 1H. 022 Trust Avc.. a University | student, suffpred a broken Ins j when slir fell at a local beauty parlor. She, is a patient at City I Hospital. Ponder Quads Named, Weighed First Time , )inl.r.'.man ?:itd 1... p. were iinnhPd Rrilisii Ir . the iljiv/n .icticm. ! Thry Mil rmiml'-:! Kt;y|ili;in ))"-! Location 01 Traffic Signals Discussed cuscd the I-Vdcra! Hurrau of ln-jii c f - iieadfiuailer'', in !:,m;iil vc.iligalinii of hampering his effort*, and said: "We rcarch for records--the FBI director of has them. We ask questions--Ihp i spokPMnan I-TII will not IP! ppojilp talk to us. ' Wo rptpipsl ftccrss to dncumcnls in corporate Ml poiatp officials (car Ihc wiMh of Ihpir slockholdrrs . . . And rve.n worse, hnnnrable and piitriotic citizens who have wanted lo help have hcen deterred by thp ap- ?,--whether or not It is II. I. Booth, ;· down ,1 hc.n y !,v. fi ko J-CICPJI ;tnd j HIP Arkansrir; Higliv.'.ty De'iitrl- icphed lo fire from the Kyypik.n inent conferrp-l , v.'ilh Mayor with "he;ny v.-p.-tponr-," the Po'vell Hhrn tnrlny on tbro^ )im- ips-'ior-i Residents Collapse In Sydney, Australia Heat Broilers nml tr\r-rs all wciRhta 27-1 which he Ravt copies of It Cham- really--of official lurveUUne* ind UO, mostly 2R crnts. I bcni. jwirrtnpplnj* Sydney, Au.vli'n doxrn people oTi-Mnrc than pn: p'l locations for Iraffit* ^il;n;^l:". The thrift .'.not:- HIP at Hill and ,1 llc.hway (Yi, Mnplt* and Cam pus Ori; p. and Maplo and C?olUxP A von 11 P. Hii;Ir.\ ay l)pparlinfnl studif-.-' wili be m;idr at the city's pfiueil to determine v/hat lypp Murfrcp.-.boro. Ark.-';Vi-With all the fanfare of chajttpx bcinc v. eighpfl in for a liig bout, the Pander fjuads hit the scales ycs- lo-djiy and at lhc same time re- Tl-f jury, nioftiui: l;^t v/cek a t ' ^ c i v r d their Khcn n.imcv B'-ntonvillp. found that I'ntrliard' !^»ina Kay and Die!;y Clay each 'MpH ;ti the ha::d:. of pvivmnr pcr-^ipP^ the Ktale.s at three pounds MIIU unknown. !1; ·,-.·;»·; found jrveii. 1a»», v Kay wciRhcrt In al fatally wounded lhc nichi nf .hm-!»'-'·'» pnuiifl.-'. 1^ ounces, '^he li«ht- i:ary 2. flump'"! over the wheel of | weight. Dcwcy Ray, vas two hi.-, car. The rar was pirlip'l at the oiinrer. le.s.s at two pounds 10. M, s The tin.' Ponder; tooU the wciRh- U'Mle. ; 1'iL' in ceremonies at the N'ash- jville Hospital '.veil in stride, Nurse ' ( ( j Minnie Pov.-p.r altl thp t]iinds did- n'l cry v/hcn they were removed fiom their incubators--"They jusl strotfhcd fliul yawned." home nf hi.-, div ll;t/el Prltcluiul He hail been ^hnl nf renchcd widely differing cnnclu- ninns today" nx result nf President Truman's remarks about leaving the door open for'-hlm'-tft run jfor hia old Senate scat instead of seeking, nnolhcr White House · term. His mention nf the Missouri situation only fojzscd Ihe picture for the crystal ball c/ucrs.. Rut there tifd appear In he sen- cm 1 nsroomcnt about one thing-that Mr. Trumnn prnbalily planned his words -lo ndd lo the mystery. icRirclinir his plan*. '; No one profc*Kcd to know for sure, but IhcL'c v/crc renewed prc- dlclions Mr. Truman will seek reelection to the presidency; won't run for anything; very well may bid- for Ihc scjit he once held as a M t| - | iottri senalftiv' The prcti^cht'revived ls!k Hhout Ihe Mlsxnurl Senate sc;it hy trlN InK his now.* conference-laic yo.j- Icrdny he will announce his plans before lhc filing deadline for the scnnlnrial primary in Missouri, which fs April 2!). Thai al leait rnny have pushed ahead the dale, for announcing his decision. Previously hc had promised, only, thiil he would disclojo his Ihlcnlinns before the Republican party'it prwldrntiat 'nnmmn- Unj convention which Blurts July 7... .-.. ·· - ' . . · : No Krm Commtnl s _ Both Missouri senators--ICerivai' 'Hepub'IIctin, and Hcnnlngs, a Dcm- oern'l--declined to comment -on Mr. Trumnn'R remarks, H in Kcni'n seal which Is nt stake in this ycur's election. He has not announced yet whether he will bid Jfor another six-year term, Sovpral months a«n, when there nlno was talk Mr. Truman-might run for Ihn Scn«lc, Kcm asked him about it in n joking sort of way nnd sot "a non-connnittal ro- ply. U happened when the president visited the Senate one day. Thrco Democratic leaders pre- dtclcd yesterday that despite Mr. Truman's remark*), the Midwestern Democratic Conference open- ins in Kansas City would approve unanimously a resolution urging- him lo seek another term. OMC congressional source familiar with MiFSourl pnliUcs remarked he is convinced, there is ''a very real possibility" Mr, Truman mljjhl K" Inlo the Senate race. Hc said the idea "is not one to be brushed off lightly--it's In the | picture all right," I Hul Senator Anderson (D-IS ; M). j a close friend of the president, j said he still believes Mr. Truman will run lor the White House ag?in. Senator Snarkman (D-Ala) rx- | claimed "Oh gee" when hc'Rot the I news of the Missouri-Senate . 33- j pcct of the situation. Then h* } scratched his head and said: i "Hc sure plays an interesting J game of it, doesn't hc? My own j personal view is that he is not RO- · ing to run for anything, but he is | having a lot of. Urn out of it." j Senator Aiken (R-Vt) put it this j way; . ' ; "I think he's kidding about the j Senate. lie's nut cotny to give up j his present job willingly." I Mr. Trumnn w;ts a member of jihf.' Senate from 1931 until hc was i circled vice president In 19*1. A I friend in Congress v.lio recently j eh»ltrd vilh the president haid: "Thc-rr is no douht in my niind ihr \voulrt Hkr to bo back here, but ) I didn't cct lhc impression he ac- itually was thinking about running j for the Scn;itc aj;ain." j At his news conference. Mr. iTiunion s;iid hc had not offered j Gov. Adlal Stevenson the Dcmo- 1 natic prt'f'idcnliiil nomination in ' a talk with lhc governor nl Blair Mouse Tuesday niiht. There hove been reports the president, if he rteeidrd nc^inst running himself, would hack Stevenson for the nomination. i the lirii feiiTd ;il Bcntonville with Shpiiff ! '.lohn Ill.-icl:. .'ml ex, .mined the c.-.r , in whirh Triti h.-ird's bddy \\,*is ,1 ney torl«iy HP tlr city's lure f-nrircd ne;nly '.!! fi\'e houi.'; lo a 10-yc:tr inrcd in S y d - , o f pjr.nal dpvicp .should 'no erected. of Ifl.Vl new manual publisher! in Nn N'ppiliei 1 hy Ihe .'late Higlu 1 .iiy DP- .pnrimnit prr-scriber, uniform t r a f - 1 nflprnofui.'fie devices which may b« used. MARCH°'DIMES ; The Weather-- Ar i ·fiHia.- 1 --Mostly rlnurly « n fl warmer. Orea^ionr^t rain tonlRhl HIU! in 5outh portion this aftcr- nnnn, Saluvdny partly cloudy and mil4 26 Votes Challenged By Rhca In Contest Attorneys for Mayor Powell nhra specifically chnllcnRcl 2(1 of Arthur II. Davidson's votes In the November primary, not two tn fluted In ycslcrdny'* TIMES. IhroiiEh » typocraphlcnl error, llavlflson's lawyers challcnicd IS of the void e.itt for Khea.

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