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THI PUIUC INURE;? IS THE FIRS? CONCERN OF THIS NEWSPAPER Arkansas: Associated ftett Leased Wire AP, Ki -.J NEA Feature* VOLUME 90, NUMBER 153 ARKANSAS, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 18, 1»S7 IOCAI FORECAST-- ra.vett-ville and vicinity generally fair and continued cofd to-, night.. Tomorrow-fair with.rlnlnj temperatures. High temperature yo.-.tcrday 10; low 25; noon ioday ·II. Sunri.-c 7:21; sunset 5:42, PRICI FIVI CINTI Heavy Damage As Ohio River Leaves Banks Thousands Are Forced To Leave Homes Business Areas In Several Towns To Be Flooded Downdraft Drops Airliner 3,800 Feet Over Ohio » Clcvcland-MVEiehtccn passengers on a Capital A'.rlincs caach plane were tossed about and rive injured today when a downdraft caused the ship to drop 2,200fcet Two Are Hurt In Accidents New Regime In Egypt Charges Filed After ; Crashes Over The Weekend ( ! Two women suffered minor in-: juries in weekend highway at 1 -: cid-cnts in Washington County, a n d j n driver involved in one nf thej i accidents was rharjrcd with drunk| en driving. Two other drivers in! volycd were booked on less scri- j otis charges. : Injured . were Mrs, Harry Goforth of near FaycUevillc and Mrs, Bonice Edwards, 45, Prairie Grove. Both suffered cuts, bruises and shock in separate accidents, Mrs. Gofoiih was injured about he'ore leveling off. The five were taken to Bcrca Community Hospital after Pilot . j William Mason of Washington Marietta. Ohio-j/Vt-Flood waters; rHC iioctl for a doctor and an am- or the muddy Ohio River churned . bulance to meet the plane on its over lowlands today, chasmc about . 7.000 persons from their Ohio and { \Vcst Virginia homes. The flood caurcd three deaths ;mcl untold property damage in the first 3fi hours of Us moid r Power Agreement Is Lauded By Senators IFulbrightSays I It May Mean End To Fight Crisis In Egypt THI OBSERVEI Jf you're one of Ihe many persons who've been craning their necks at the con.-truction site of 4:50 p. m. Saturday when the car! the new Central Methodist Church in which she was a passenger, driven by Glen Goforth of Fny- cUcvillc. was struck by a light truck f'-riven by Fay Keller of Fayeltevillr. City police, who invcstigatcr accident South School Street, said Keller apparently al-! place tempted to pass a Iractor and! j crashed hcadon into the Goforth or, arrested on ;i drunken rival at Cleveland. One person v.*as released after j treatment nnd none of the others l V.MS believed injured seriously. j The plane, from Washington lo ! ^''.~ k-r. IHC IJI'Sl 0«1 IlOUl'S ill ll l cnjn.i i uu. i . . . ,,,,,, i - _ _ 4 1 i,. ! L · t^ 1 ""- "*^ * "' The i-rost ncarcct Stcubcnville after Chicago was flying near hast Lu- , c j rh . in(( chnrRCi v , as rincd m and turning the big bend of the Ohio! erppol.ph^M^Onn feel when the L, cnlcnccd tn ollc day in jai , by Municipal Judge V. James flak today. Mrs. Edwards was injured last night in an accident at Lincoln. State Trooper Wayne Myden said on Dickson Street in hopes of sec- ing workmen erect the prc-fraliri- calctl steeple, you can relax unlll tomorrow. Activities at the site | today v/erc in preparation, and I h e j con Iractor, Davidson and Stcelc, expects to put the lofty stcrplc in "iOnictime tomorrow." at East Liverpool. Stcubcnville | accident happened, looked for a crest of 42 feet by i noon and the river rose one foot j an hour just ahead of the crest. Flood stage is 32 feel. Three areas apocared in line to take the river's biggest battering today. First to feel the river's might was" Stcubcnville and the area just lo the south on both sides of ihe swollen stream. One hundred nnd 80 families moved from their, homes in Jefferson County. Ohio. __and merchant? moved from 22 j u v ·/·/,- .ts,,,,j,,f,,i rrct business house.-.. ^ I Tnc Republican presidential Families at Brilliant. Empire, j r . lc( , s ( c pp ct ] up j n lempo Monday SI ration and Mingo Junction. Ohio,! wi(h . Smalor Taft mMnis ,, w |,irl- Vote In New Hampshire To Be GOP Test M Candidates For Degrees U. A. Schedules Mid-Year Services '/EIManiufa*^SW -»~vr;^r- f /; I ^-^iKplQanlaro'--- - Wte^JM^" c ^ Aluminum Product'on Expansion Planned In Arkansas Washington-iVP) - Formal signup of a power contract, which clear.; the way for new expansion nf a hunt IHI ni production facilities in Arkansas, was set for inday in Ihe office of -Sccrclarv of interior -( Chapman. Parties In'the contract' Briti:.h have ordered warships from Miilln tn Port Snirt .to reinforce ; »h,'i cl Manas llnshfi'* WflMtsl arc Mic KcynnldK Metals Company. 1 the .Sue/. Canal zone area following a pit: hr-d battle In Limn Ha be-| ty refine out of office after Urn the Arkansas Power and Light] Iwccr. British troops and armnl K»ypli:ni police. In-Cairo mntis main- j c-ainnjitan t" drive the British nut Company, and the Southwestern j L -d tht. streets, looting mid firing building. - K i n s Karonk ousted Mus-.j of the Suri Canal Zone ^and Power Administration, an Intcrinri taph.i el Nnhas Pasha, l e f t hcluw, and placed H.ife/. A f i f i Pasha " " ' Department a^nncy which handles j below, an chief of Ihu royal cabinet Farouk Receives Prime Minister And Cabinet Nationalist Drive To Oust Brit sh Brings Sharp Action r.-ilro-Wi-A new government ! was sworn Into nifiri- today In x '. move dircci«d by King Farouk and viewed by conic western observers as 3 step which miflht case . the b'o-idy nnd violent dispute bn- . twecii tlrilnin nnd F.Rypt. 1 The new primp minister, "slrnng 1 man" Alv Ma'icr Pasha, and his ' i-ahlnr.l look the oath at Abdin Palace, where they were received i by the kinc. A later iinmiun.ce- I ment said the new government j would read In Parliament InnlqM i decrees Issued under martial law. Fnrouk last night turned Murtn- sale of power from government--' owned hydroelectric dams in tlicj Southwest. ; Today's sicrning was a formality, since all parties agreed tn terms of ihc contract last week Mnrold Holt, 43. of Lincoln, Route · 1, with MIT. Ed wards as a passen- j jrer, was driving on the wronc months nf ncsoli M U Linco"!n.''Rout'c "i DamMe"^! candidates"^ degrees "a""the n' n - j allTM.', whirl, had threatened In the two cars was estimated allnual mid-year commencement | TMk down Iron, tune lo lime A ceremonies which will he held al I breakdown mi»ht have meant loss Holt was chat-Red with drivins; the Univcr.-ily Saturday evening, ! "I_Uvplant to Arkansas, on the wronj: side of the highway.i February '.!. moved. the river at New Cumberland, W. Vn, 20(1 families moved out. Other families homes at Wcllsburc. W. Va. left \vind speaking tour of Kloricra and Gen. Dwisht D. Eisenhower qualifying for the New Hampshire! and Rich with operating a motor; vehicle wilh impi;oper lights. Next arcane! Pea I'before the | primary. Taft. his eye obviously j PhJIJDpinCS DCfflilldS river was at Wheeling W. Va., Ion Florida's 111 national enliven-1 · · and Bi-idfic-poi-l. Martins Kerry, j lion votes, planned three talks -- The diplomas \vill be presented lo the graduates by Joe K. Cov- infiton, provost and arlinc. president, follov.'in^ an address by Dr. G. L. Cross, president of the Uni- This was avrrlrd last week when C. Hamilton MOSPS, pi c i dent of Arkansas Power, and Waller Hicc. vice president nf Reynold?, agreed to absorb, on a basis, rate increases Cluip- Bcllairc anil Shadysidc. Ohio. Thh l a t Tampa, St. Pctcrsbui might well be the hardest hit spot | an do--in one day. alone the river. I Eisenhower qualified Rescue anencics estimated " and Or- for the Japan Pay For Damages' . vcrsity of Oklahoma. The com- | man demanded for SI'A power in mcnccmcnt ceremony will begin at future years. (i p. m Rabbi Ira A. Sander.-' of Con- Manlla-f/l'i-A Philippines dc-j KTO.-ilion ^IVnoj Jjii-acljn ( UlUc j thai Japan immcdi- - . . -- City Council approval of a pro- i-..- f. f t ,a,er rnnnil, '5I lli*' ""TM' TM "--" '" ! V **"» """ °" "" " PCdCS^ail WWM one fourth'of Wheelinc parts of the primary. i The demand called starling in- BelTaire and Bridgeport.' - . However, entry nf Eisenhower's\ lerim payments even before r a t l - j T - (-_,, ll_ I. (gm|(;| The. Ohio Valley Board of Trade name in the Minnesota primary.. fn-jilion of the .lapancsc peace, IV VWIIIfc Wp III VWMIH.M said 18.11(10 person's nnd 3.30(1 build-i believed In be a virtual certainty, treaty by the Philippines and be- ina-i will be affected by the crest!,, wcc |. .,,,.,, , n;iy i, c blocked by: fore a final agreement is fixed -of Ihe flood in Wheeling alone.' This means thai many buildings will have water in them and that mii.ny persons will 1)0 moved or w i H live in watery homes. River-side industry in the area - Fhul down tiohl, IhrowiiiK hundreds nf workers nut nf jobs, llesiclents of Bcllaire. Bridgeport. Martins Ferry and .Shadysidc, on the Ohio side, could move only short distances because Inch water rovers roads in all diicctions. They were crossins; the Ohio River "V' CI i uncomnliltcil. Some party leaders treaty.' ' Bcllairc. ! arc I crs Taft. Contract \Ylns Approval Arkansas' two Democratic sen- Israel In Little j ators. McClcMan and Kulbriuht. deliver the bacca-! were pleased with the conlitd agreement and both said it would lead In arrcal thlncs for the state. McClellan said the new plant "in all probabilities means Ihc location of in.iily rclaled processing and manufacturing plants in Arkansas. It will be a most advantageous attraction lo many other industries. Kulbright said Ihe contract el ily could lead to peace in the upprle hetv/oen Interstate Bridge at Single Road Open At Marietta, Forrester Farley. | ^^"Vie",'TM}' enter the W U.S. EiiBinccrs head, revised down-: d oreRcin Republican primaries. ?rd the crest prediction of 48-4:) · " " Gov . T .; ;1 , | Warren isconsin! j Japan's economy. Audit Commission To line nven- foi'i ill start j ^^ ^ T.....H .. ^...,. ,.,,. ...^ v . s a i d ' ·irticle calls fo-i railroad, calls for the city to pro-! their patience and cnopcralion.j | OI |ay,' The cnncrc.ssinan i.aid the vide llshtini: inside the tunnel,! Without cooperation, they s^W.i delecates would be used for bar- which will parallel the highway,! the conlrai-t would have been im- _ .. . provide maintenance and kcepj possible. ^ ^ j Mn | a randidate for y not ruin the passajrc clean. Sure Trip Did Some Good, Says Churchill Rice said last work will announce shortly Reynolds the ' location of its new plant. Speculation has centered nn a site south of Arkadelphia. but sites near I3en -! measures." lie said. Southampton. K n ;r 1 and-f/I'i- j Prime Minister Winston Churchill 1 came home today from hi.-: American trip and s;iid "I'm .sure it's ton and Helena tioned. have been men- of Marietta likely will have two feet of water in the fiist floors. V, into maintenance work of the dei-i i . . ,, , .1. .. i ..:,,,. Jeff Speck Candidate Fes Stale's Governor nr.iincd in the first public hear-i l incs. Herbert L. Thomas of Kayettc- lan Ilus- vi ,| c is ., mcm bcr nf the Audit j Little fio-k-l/l')-Jcff Speck, who j polled about 30,01111 votes as Ihe! Republican candidate for sovcrnor | of Arkansas in 1050, today said! Im'd .seek the nomination again . this year. ; Speck, 35, lives ai Frenchman's Hayou in Mississippi County. · \vhcrc he opcratct" a plantation and a liquefied gas company. He i s ; a World War II veteran, w h o : Inda. tion"measures. said today he ,.-,| j-.,-- jn thc foH ,.. t];iy |, c arin K . Taima'n ""' ' " "i Purchasins procedure, were ex- i Sees Chance I'ur Cul j Washin^ton-f/l^-Chairn | sell (D-Gal nf Ihe Senate Armed commission. 'Services Committee said t o d a y ' lhat. if Korea fichlinc ends, military spending could lc\'cl off ..- j about 45 billion dollars by 1955. Military appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30 total nearly 150 billions. The Weather-Arkansas--Fair this aflc done Rood. It's freshened up many j tonight and Tuesday: a little cold- | ciicssin friendships and made new ones." er tonight. Lowest temperatures Kcrr of Churchill said he could not com- j 2(1-32 tonight. Warmer Tuesday j possibiHty for the llcnmcrals. with ment on government policy. afternoon. ' " " l ' ° "'"' to j Two Free On Bonds In Benton County Bnntunvillc-fSpecial)-Two men Transit Strike Over Baltimore-l/Pl-Thc ]S-day-old transit strike was officially over and buses, street ears and 11 Violent Deaths In Arkansas During ; Last Seven Days; Truck Crash Kills Two j j Little nocl;-(/IVElcvcn violent west of Lchi in Critlcndcn Coun- jflpalhr, were recorded in Arhfmcns ty. In.sl wock. Il was the smullcsl VVinfrrd White, -!7. North Little 1952. -four tnif- dralliK anrl two .suicides -- nc- -rerl Saturday. Johnny Rtov.'n Foster, 19. nnrl ~,^M. three nnd one half years in trackless Irollrys wcrr ti sta a Japanese prihon com]), rnllini.^;u;ain^ tomorrow niornni Springdale Pushes Collections To Fight Polio; Mothers March Here Thursday Night from Ihc Best community, in the wpc!:1y toll so far .in southeast corner of Bcnlon Conn-' S* nr thc ffltfllmcs- . tv were released l^tc yesterday | afternoon after they posted a bond currerl Saturday. j o f SI.flOfl each. .. ; I The two men, Lcnnic Kvan.-. 40, ! and Norman "Doc" Foiist, 4fi, were] arrested by Renton County Sheriff John Black and Dcn^ty Earl- Rife Sunday morninc. They arc- cliartjcd with rultinp anrl (destroy-, inn trees, and taking parts of trees' bolnngiim to another. car in which he was ridinj; left Highway 157 about Ifl miles ^outli of Little ftoek and ovcrtuincd. A 7n-.ve;ir-old man look his own life near Duma.-: when he shot him- Gaylon Y ruing, 17, were killet when a truck in which they w o r e - s e l f with a shotgun; slashed ni.s i-idmi; left Highway (i2 on a curve | throat, and jumped into a ilitch. near the Kulton-Baxtrr County i C'oroner A. M. Dyer, who ruled the line. Both were residents of Hie i death n suicide, identified thc dead Elizabeth community in Kulton , man as Sam Tupelo, 70, «f Ar- Counly. ! ksnsas City. Sudan culminated In blood shed Amr i tiint hurnliiK Saturday. TI-c Nnl*!-'s j RovrrnmcnL lermccl thc outbreak ' | an ntteinntoH revolution. I No newspfujrrs have printed I nity rictnit.i of Saturday's rioting;. There was no official casualty i figure, nllhoUflh deaths may have run tn K-ores, including many | Iranped in burning buildings. Prr- t llmlnnry police estimates v;rrp ' ihat about 20 perrons were killed . mul fiO wounded In Ihc outbreak by mobs, who were infurinlorl by thn deaths of moir.thnn 4D E"vr»- tinn auxiliitry police in a rl.vjn with Brilbh troons at Ismailia in the Canal Zone Friday. 15 llritinh Dead Thc British reckoned their dead, Injured and mteslnc in tltc rioting at more than 15, but It may go higher. Thc Kmbapsy rcnortrrl nine bodies found in the Brit is 1 ! j Turf Club which was.burned, nnd mot'Q 'may he'in the Unorlcd bai-c- mc.rjt. Al Icflsl/plfihl Br'Uonx \vnic rcpot'lorf--missing, "-powihly ..-wmn of them Ihc unidentified dead -nt the Turf C.lub, Cairn \v/tft quiet this momma, n! Ihouch wme scattered r-hots were hoard. Eeyptinn Kqldlcrs still were deployed at crossroad?, along nvcfjiipfi and around rm- hiissics and big business concern?. They fired occasionally over the heads of people who got ton close to buildings ruined in the rlotfna. Businesses re-opened, Fomo with half-lowered nice! shutters. Election Call Expected King Farouk changed the jjov- rninicnt under a constitutional proviwion empowering him to dismiss "H cabinet nnd appoint a new j one, But jmch action under (He j constitution must be. followed by Tin order dissolving ParHament and cnlUng a new general' clct"- tion within a month. As yet no decrees concerning Parliament have been announced. Political circles. Mid it would [ be difficult, and perhaps.- impos- ! siblc, for Mahcr Pashar-nn inrtc- pendcnt--to govern while the low| rr house, the Chamber of Dcpu- ! tics, is more than 80 per rent j Wafdist. They yufd history showed the WafdistSy usually 1 were more i dynamic ana active when out of | power than while in office. But j they added that Mahcr s p'lcrise to continue a fight for National aspirations" might gain Wiifdfct support. Thc king's removal of Nahas Piishn brought to mind his action late in December, when he named two men to his royal cabinet in n Wa':hiNgtnn.f/V(-Ev;mKi*lKl Billy Sjinni:U;t|c- (Special) -Directors' move widely interpreted at the Grnham will take his religious IP- .md officers of the Sprlnftdalc = lime as : slap at thc pirmier. vival lo the steps nf tin.- nationar Central Market were named al the : There were reports then thai Na- C'apitol next Stinrl.-ty. The .13-year-' fn; i nffnunl mcctiiu', Satinday. \ hus Pusl-a was resigning, old pteacher unnounrrd hi:; plan Ji;ii\-cv Graham v/a? named piC.si- · Farouk named Hafez Afifi loan estimated 10.000 pcirons yc:. t ( O M i : ",\_ rj. Si.sc'). c.\ccutive vice i Pasha as chief of thc royal cabl- ict and Abdci Fattah Amr Pasl\i pre.-i'loni; Fred Kccil, pecreUry; ''--while he was in Cairo and away Mace 0. Hov.cll. trcawurcr. i from his post as ambassador to Hoard members for three year.-:: London--as thc king's adviser on .\»il. Tliurman Parsons, Ciraham. j foreign affairs. The appointments I'.ced, I). K .McC'.'iincy; for t w o j s t r i c k observers as widening the Jf c McKim. Lloyd Crite, · ^ap between thc palace and the "[gaining purposes, since Russell is J i not a candidate for president. i "Thc South feels Ihat the coining convention will offer n big opportunity lo «cl what it wanlK in to civil rights and "If we line up behind Senator Russell, we will hr in H position to do a lot of talking and trailing." Some Southerners playing a game, think Sen. Hohcrt !f Oklahoma might be a ftond Amr ; Mouse Speaker Sam Raybui n : Texas as his runnini; male. Billy Graham To Speak From Capitol Steps Officers Of Central Market Are Elected Kearo. was killed when the ! t^rdav. His "KvaiiKcli«tic ('ru.ade.'V p.^.-i'dcm; (.; a r I 'Kail, first fnr ((Mir weeks ending 10, i.s heinf: ctjllductefl at tin; National Guard Ainiory. Record Hurricane Torments Fiji · Jt«- I(iihin!.nn, Sisvn and Arthur At!i'l:land. N. /..-i/l'.'-Th" v.nr-.t S uthrrl;.n: rmo year, Mors.ui C.ir- hiirricane in island history bat- ,,,,,, y,^^ ]i,,|, :l ' ml nii. Bnlj Shaver, tered Fiji today. I'ropeHy damace ,,,,:,., Ffml inel. anil I'. II. .Sinulc- in the capita] city fif .luva wa^ ,.,, v ] . nnm .^ -., Nr2 ,. a ,,, I ,,.,',,,.' ,,.. |S |.,| lor | v ,|, en | lc w.ir, 'self near hi. . A ,(,. vc ; lr -o|,| boy hanged him- enormous, l.ut nnly one ,'eath wa-. ' farm home on the i reported, imp- Cab Driver Reports Passenger Threw $4,000 Out Of Window innlf tii.-m SM.IIOII wnith "( icwpls holonyin;: t-t .lo;ui KcMlicMy, 23. l;njj;htrl "f .JoriCph P. Kciuircly, U. S. Arnb.i.'.^.-uloi- tn lo Htiscoc llobbs "f SI. l.ouis, Mix Spi'insdiilc liss raised S2,2iil.70i vas cnnMinccl in a foot of dimes. | . - -lo help ficiit infanlllp paralysis.! A .Mothers' March of Dimes is; . Announcement of this fisurc was' plimnort Thursday nliihl in Kay- rOUlfry mode today by County Chairman! ftlcville. wilh 150 women helping , h Mi w ..(/I',-A Haplist · Thrro wrre SlOri hills. Sin bills i Only clue «, fur was a can ,iuv- nn ,., !lK lr , M ni|!h ,. Mlss Kennedy Frnnh Sulllc. who said Sprin R dalej lo collr.-t dnnations. All those wl'o; 1 h,d poult y m,,U in ay HS ,o- ^ clls ,,,,ii a n of $030 : and 5ome more HOs. cauchl on | or's icpn, I lh:,t »u- of h,s parson-: ,, , 0 ,,,.' ,,,, Kiowds wor( , tilk j t Chnlrman Max- Sample reported, want lo con.nbu e are. asked t o ; p o led by ,h« "'» "^y "( A | - n· t ( ^ ^^ . ^ .^ ^.^ ^^ , ^ ihn _ w ^ ^_ m n||| ^ ^ , ; more would be forthconun K . _ _ lurn on he,,- porch hsh s Women : k- f-s InsUI; ^ " f-cicncc an : ftr| s ,,, MU|c j t s . ,,,.,, ,,,.,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,. Fayetleville hns around $1,706 In, Stitllc riuoted Fnyctlcvillc City Chairman Jack ,loycc as savins. In Spriimdale, Marine Masler SRt. .lames Toops Individually collected yiflO.flO In sales of a font at will call In pick up Ihe money,! Technology and Ihe Dairy which in lurn wil) he collected by Poultry Market News Service nl volunteer liremeu and taken !n heatlf|uarlcrs. Mrs. Alfred llalh-j lure. Ihe Mothers' March of llimes. Ihe U. S. Department of Agrirul-: cab window in Ihc area. ,f ! ownership Hus week. ! Or. Valentino found more than I The rah duvor ;.ald he Dr. W. W. Valentino said Inday ; ViOO himself. Detectives called Inlilinve his passriiE'T I" ' lalrr lint her lircilher, Hiilwil. . " " - a time on a Mile March nf Dimes. | Whistles will blow at Ibe heRln Thc dimes were spread out. Salur-1 n\nf of the hour's rolkclloj. there "probably will ho a definite i irwestiKale MiiURRCil · In disbelief ' Sprinxs. Ark., .-·ainlarhnn. j A . rn - v,|,,.-ird e o e , r i S i n e h a r , o f o r R a n , , n « ; Norses, A.a^ II . l» , Illinium K ' / i / ., . M . . . W _ , , , . , . _ _ i^ . / .. ^^i,_ ,.l. ^/ ll,« «,i V,« ...iiilrt Vnnn ' nVlnnl 1 hi* luMlirv hilt hi' I'inrrlfl . . . i lllnT llent i parly niem- their annual clay alnne the «irb for n block and llUO p. m. The March will continue j and Ir.vrrs nil ' I half. It was (mured thai $l.Co| through 7:30 o'clock, lib., mostly »". Iradlnc above n'nrniaf Prices 'paid, l.v Isvo ehllflren a couple o( weeks . much of the money he cnnld, keep about the money but be expects; c ,, vn , ,,,,..., ,,,,.,,,.,, o l / n r m UD to J P' m In'oilers' n«n Inuched off a Irramrn hunt Miack o( who found II and haiiR ' him Ililr. week A icptCM-nl.illvc i ,..., mr iis Kiddie,, ' ' ' weichu 27-211 cents that drew hundreds tn thc South onto it until Hr, owner foiilrt be h,r. been to see him, Ihc mnmler, \, n -. K.ilhned for IConRre.M Street »re,i. j found. I Mid. l Kan:,.u Day relebratum. government on conduct of Egyptian forcisn affairs. Afifi Pasha had been on the record earlier as faying .Egypt should align herself (irmly by treaty with the United Stales and Britain. Kmlnrrra Nan K I'rojtcH Washington - Wl '- Army Engineers said today that If Congress appropriates the 5BOO.OOO budgeted by President Truman tor the planning of flood control and navigation works, it will be spent on . n proiects, including the Key- slone Reservoir in Oklahoma nnd the Arkansas River and tributaries In Arkansas and Oklahoma. JANUAIY I-»l MARCH-DIMES

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