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INTiMSI U THE FIRST CONCERN Of THIS NEWSPAPER VOLUME 90, NUMBER, 160 Jfrrtfjtoest Associated Press Leased Wire AP, King and NEA Features FAVETTEVIILE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30, 1952 IOCAI FORECAST-- . -- Fnyeltcvllle -and vicinity partly cloudy and warmer tonight' and . tomorrow. High temperature yesterday 41; low 22; noon today 47. Sunrise 7:20; sun.tet 5:44. PRICE NVI CtNTI ii7*x nr 11 r\£ CM i ·!· n « * Witness 1 ells Ur Stockpiling Decision 150 Women To lake Part In Mothers' March Will Collect For Campaign To Help Battle Polio Tomorrow irishl 150 women or Fayelteville will campaign in the battle against i n f a n t i l e paralysis, being waged in the United States. from H a r n Audit Group Says Witness Is "Missing" Ultle Rock- (/TV-The Highway A u d i t -Commission says one of its witnesses is "missing." Cooper Jacoway, MAC attorney, said yesterday the commission - a n d the Poll; County sheriff had been unable to find .the witness, Dexter Harrison of Mena, for four days. Jacoway said the man's relatives informed official.-, (lint Harrison was "out of the state" and they weren't sure where or for how long. Jacowaj .declined to say what testimony v:as desired Plans Made For They will call at homes whcrc^hc front porch lights arc t u r n e d ' o n , and will turn over the'money collected to volunteer firemen who ·will turn it in al headquarters. Mrs. Alfred Halhcock is general c h a i r m a n for the Mothers' March of Dimes, and has organized t h e ' 1 5 0 workers into zones. · Collections will start at 0:30 when whistles blow, and continue for ali hour. · . City March ol Dimes Chairman- Jack Joyce was reluctant today to estimate how much might be collected in this manner, but was optimistic. He ajid County Chair- j man Frank Suttlc hope e n o u g h ' will be raised to make the cam- j paign this year a success. i Callers Listid j Those who are scheduled lo j make calls as part of the Mothers'j March of Dimes tomorrow evening, as listed by the city chairman, arc: MIF. Eugene Burton. Mr?. G. F. Branigan. Mrs. P. M. Johnston, Mrs. Clem W. Thompson, Mrs. O. W. McMillan. Mrs. Joe Covington; Mrs. Waller Cole, Mrs. Farlow Hurt. Mrs. Darrell L. Sprigps, Mrs. W. W. Grigoricff, Mrs. Hubert Phillips, Mrs. Merwyn G. Bridcn- stinc; Mrs. Henry Caudle, Mrs. R. C. Auto License Sales Ahead Of Last Year City Stickers Going Slowly; Dog Tax Receipts Off With (he deadline for purchase wilhnul penally set for tomorrow ovcnm?, Ihc sale of stale aulonio- Wray. Mrs. Thomas Smith, A, Mrs. C. W. Stewart, Mrs. W. Guinn, Mrs. Ansel Polly; Mrs. George McConnell, Mrs, John Mnyes, Mrs. Ray Davis, Mrs. Denzel Fritz, Mrs. W.. C, Morton, Jr., Mrs. John W. White; Mrs. J. W. Cain, Mrs. O. R. Cornell, Mrs. 0 H Gamble, Mrs Rex Perkins, Mrs. J. B. Grumpier,. Mrs. Bill Adalr; Mrs. James L. Smith, Mrs. Marion Wasson, Mrs. Karl Dyess, Mrs. Jewell Carr, Mrs. Laura B. Parker, Mrs. Clotccn M. Tucker; Mrs. Lodcne Dcffcbauqh, Mrs. R u t h Rich, Mrs. Pearlie Blyc, Mrs. Lorrinc Smith, Mrs. Min'trva Carral. Miss Bcrnicc Parker; Mrs. Rosetta Dov/cll, Mrs. Roberta Carr. Mrs. Lloyd Alexander, Mrs. Joe Pcndleton, Mrs. Harold. Clinehens; Mrs. O. A. Scalding, Mrs. George T. Johnson, Mrs. George Parsons^ bile licenses of last year I was r u n n i n g ahead his afternoon at Or Howard McGratli W:de Interest To Be Probed By House Committee Wash ing ton-f/I J )-House in vest i inters began clearing the grour.r 1 today for an investigation tha' may £0 deep into the personal a n f ' official activities of Atty. Gen Howard McGralh. Matters proposed for i n q u i r y already include McGralh's reputed race track interests, and his onetime rnle of S15,000-n-.vear trustcr nf a Rhode Island trust :onneetc/ n-ith the textile f i r m of Textron. Inc. Investigators also have received charges of "unwarranted" interference with federal grand juries and of prosecution failures or delays of the Justice Department. McGralh and the department became the subject of an Invest!-. Cation by the House Judiciary Committee yesterday in what was reported lo be a u n a n i m o u s action nf the 16 Democrat and 13; Republican members, j The action was taken on a resolution by representative Keating ( H - N Y ) authorizing a seven-man .subcommittee lo put the fon^res- spollighl on the Justice De- Reds Soy U.S. · "Forced" Farouk i Mo5tow-(/i'j-!/A'e.slia, organ oi j the Soviet government, asserted; today t h a t the United States had; forced King Fa rout to change j Egypt's government, r c p l a c i m v j Premier Mustapha Nahas Pasha '." .A'V .Vohfcr P?sh!i. state Revenue Bureau office in \ pnrtmcnt and the attorney .,_.. (he courthouse. Sales, at the C i l y ' e r a P s office. It places McGrath in Hall, however, were behind last *' 1C - dual role of investigator and Mrs. Dale Parker, Mr?. G corgi, Kok. Mrs. E. S. McRcyiiohls, Mrs.! Grace Bryant, Mrs. George Sanders, Mrs. Joe R. Hall; Mrs. John Henncberger, Mrs, j'.V ,V ~ - · - · ! U i l S 11 hind year's sales, as were dog license sales. Through yesterday, Washington County residents had- · purchased G,6flO nutomobilo licenses and almost 600 truck taps. This is A larger number of truck plates than usual, since they arc normally purchased^ In July and do not expire u n t i l the following July. Revenue Collector Jim H a n nah said this afternoon that more than $1(16.0(10 has been collected here so far through sale of car and truck licenses, el-river's licenses aiid sales lax on ncAv 1 vcHlcles' and" used cars from other states. Throughout January crowds have been unusually heavy at the Revenue office, and sales have run well ahead of schedule'. City car stickers arc a different story. The d-eadlinc for i penalty purchases is February for car and truck taps, K'IV motorists an additional month to buy. Many of them are apparent- f ly t a k i n g advantage of the extra I 29 days. Matter The Soviet paper said U. S. Am- Suit Filed By Murry Names Henry Woods McMath's Secretary Says "Politics" Is ·' Reason For Move Lilllc R o c k - M V A U y ' G c n . Ike Murry today filed a suit accusing . G o v e r n o r M c M a t h ' s executive secretary, Henry Woods, and \ member - o f Ihc Arkansas Highway Commission, Charlie Adams, w i t h "diversion and misapplication of stale funds." The civil adion. filed in Pulaski C o u n t y Circuit Court, seeks recovery of $2,961 Hint allegedly had been intended .for road construction but wound up in AlcMnth's : campaign fund. M u r r y bronchi I the action In the name of the Stale of Arkansas. The attorney general a si;.* t h a i a writ of g a r n i s h m e n t be issued against Ihp Commercial National Jinnk of Little Rock, r e q u i r i n g ' i t to answer under oath whether it has any deposits or credits u n d e r Ihc name of Henry Woods as cam- jfiiign manager for McM;il|i or whether it has any safety deposit New Landmark Placed Atop Church bassador Jefferson Caff cry, .in an I box under such name, interview w i t h Farouk the day 'Testimony Urines Action before Nahas Pasha was dismissed, '. The suil grew out of testimony unbred I ; a i o u k to replace h i m j before Ihe H i g h w a y A u d i t Com- wilh Aly Mahcr Pasha. nvcsticatee. Slow Starting McGrath is having trouble set- ling an investigation of his own started. This one was ordered by President Truman and is aimed at corruption or influence peddling in any government agency or department. The attorney general - has received at least three setbacks in his efforts to get a special prosecutor to direct . the probe. One came when former.. Secretary of War Robert Patterson was killed in an airplane crash at Elizabeth, Jk4^W c Q ra ,y?X,.W.9!? d s Jiad .regarded Tallcrson as 1 a "natural" for the job. Two other 'prominent lawyers, Cody Fowler of Tampa and Miami, Fla., and William E. Leahy of j Washington -- have declined the post. »j Berryville Resident In Car Berryvillc, Ark.-M J )-Gl.y Hat-. j tcnfiaucr, 23. Bcrryville. was This morning a total of 1,21(1 |iji| cc i v v h e ii his car ran off Hisjh- automotaile and truck lacs had way 62 three miles south of been sold by the city--about 2S|.|.; ure ka Springs last nhht. State cent less than a year ago at i Trooper'Carl W h i t e said Hatlen- mc. The sale of doR licenses ! haucr apparently dozed at the H a r v e » ' G r a h a m , Mrs. Ray A l f o r d , , , - , , , . , , , , Mrs C L Carey Mrs. n. w. w a s '"Wir badly with sales run- wheel. nobertson, Mrs. W. J. Smothers; ni "S 50 Per cent, behind Ihc 1931 Mrs. Ted Houk,-Mrs. W. M. H i t - " - . - - - · tcr, Mrs. Vcrnon Anderson, Mrs. Guy Brown, Mrs. Waller .lolly, Mrs. Leslie Wright, Mrs. L. O. I mission ycst'crtlay t h a t money 'raised by Monroe County citizens jlo be applied lo improvcmcnls on |lhc I n d i a n Bay road, part of which I now is on Slate HiRhv/ay 1, turned !up in McMath's second-term rain- j p a i e n f u n d . When advised yestcrdliy that Uic suit was to be filed. \Voorls called it "pure politics and wilh- oul mcril." His stalcmcnt in part: "I never heard of the I n d i a n {Hay road controversy unlil about 1 1 0 dfi.vs ago. I do mil recall e v e n ! jsccinfi Ihc check in question j i among the numerous checks which I came.through the campaign headquarters. '·""· '· t "In this proceeding Ihc rules o f i evidence will be observed, cross: examination of witnesses w i l l - h e ' strong-man Premier, Aly M a h c r ! permitted and all the facts will Pa.-ha. liiel today with ambassa-'bc brought out. Mr. Murry's s u i t , will be revealed for what it is-posed last Oclobor that Egypt l )llrc politics anri w i t h o u t merit." join Ihe \\csl in a new Middle i Testimony at the Arkansas Kasl defense command lo defend I H ' « h w a ' A u ( l i l Commission's; the Suez Canal. | hearing yesterday was: , Though Ihc western embassies T h a t Monroo Cnunl - v « s l c " l s : said the cnvovs' calls were only I"'"" 1 " 1 tllc TM- m "; TM a( ' , l m -; Ihc courtesy visits usually 'made proved. They raised Ihc S2,%1 a s , on a new government head, ll.ev!" contribution toward the work.. ' · o- 1 - a fev hours ·ifier' wl " ch was 10 llavc bcc " y M.hcr Pasha ,nld the London:"-""-"ft t h a l ,,, c: ^^.'""^'"..""'"^"^icoimly couldn't u n d e r t a k e the Egypt's Premier Meets Envoys Of Four Nations Moy Be Ready To Discuss Middle East Command Cairo, Esypt-M'l-Ettypt's new i n g - m a n P'remicr, Aly M a h c r ha. met today will] ambassa- ' "f the four powers which pro- ' figure. Only 218 have been sold to date. Dos licenses must he bought by tomorrow to avoid penalty--SI Graham; now and SI.50 a f t e r the last day Mrs. Peter Estcs, Mrs. John Hen- of lhis mo|Un best, Mrs. Howard Wardlaw, Mrs.! Jim Kaycs, Mrs. H. Tt. Rosen, Mrs. | Edward Brubakcr; - I Mrs. Garland Wheeler, Mrs. i G. T. Hudson. Mrs. Lynn Chcmelle, | Mrs. Ernest Standley. Mrs. Clark: McClinton, Mrs. Iva Hall; I Mrs. B. H. Gundloch, Mrs. H u - j bert Cowan, Mrs. Irene Abbott, j Mrs. Ted Wylic, Mrs. Harold! Frcv. Mrs. L. M. McGoodwin: 7. Mrs. Billy E. Poorr, Mrs. Clar- The Weather-Arkansas -- Fair and a l i l l l e warmer this afternoon and tonight. Thursday partly cloudy and wanner. fcry. Half an hour later he culled Isloncr Charles Adams of Hughes | (n , M toward the project, going into the slate Worst Believed Over In Flood On Ohio River Portsmouth, Ohio-M'j-The flood crcsl of Ihc Ohio River rolled toward this South Central Ohio city today, but it was believed the Young. Mrs Alcuin Eason, | worst was over. Temperatures far ~ " ' "*"~ "" ppcd off several cd crests. Towni which had a n t i c i p a t e d cxlciijixe damaRc went unscalhcd. Upstream Ihc floo;l caused 0.000 lo 10,000 to flee their homes. Ten persons were dead or missing. The river crc.-tod yesterday at Marietla, Ohio, where aboul one- Ihird of Ihe business dislricl and scattered residential areas were inundated. A few miles downstream from Mariclla at Tarkers- burfi, W. Va.. the river crested at 4*1.31) feet, more t h a n eight feel above flood stage, late yesterday af'crnoon. At both Marietta and Parkers- Jr.. Mrs. E. F. Norwood. Mrs. Ellis I below freezing cli Poore, Mrs. Fred Karsten: . . , c-viirrtr Mrs. Wiley Simlin. Mrs. John "^ | "° |l " ".specie Clark. Mrs. Webber Wilson, Mrs. '" Judson W. Smith, Mrs. Earnest Atha. Mrs. Uician Mills; i Mrs. Lydia Trollingcr, Mrs. O. M. Brooks, Mrs. Claude Carnes, I Mrs. Harold Shnaid. Mrs. Raymond T. Edwards, Mrs. Dclbert Swarf/.; Mrs. Ralph C. Barnhart, Mrs. T. C. Carlson, Mrs. H. A. Brockway, Mrs. I. L. Johnson, Mrs. Earl Allen, Mrs Tom Hill; Mrs. Roy W. Baker, Mrs. Ulus Gates, Mrs.. Howard Hooker, Mrs. Grace Recce Adkins, Mrs. Amanda Hilton, Mrs. Max McAllister; Mrs. W. .1. Hcinrichs, Mrs. Gene Williams, Mrs. Lonnie Hall, Miss Mary Ellen Hill, Mrs. Lavonne Trice, Mrs Loris Stanton: Mrs Bob Maoder/ Mrs. L. C. Brewer, Mrs. Bill Dalton, Mrs. James O. Witt, Jr.. Mrs. Frank Hinkle, Mrs. R. O. Blankcnship; Mrs. Dick Yager, Mrs. Arch Cloud. Mrs C. V. Hallbom; Mrs. R. K. Rent, Mrs. Kenneth Dennis, Mrs. Earl Williams; Mrs. Preston Woodruff, Mrs. E. L. Wilson, Mrs. Lake Ryan. Mrs. Roy Simpson, Mrs. Spencer Brown, Poultry Market -- The poultry market today ns rc- r liorted by the University of A r - j runsnii institute of Science .nnri burg the water bc?;m f a l l i n g and work toward normal l i \ i n H bcfian. ·Soon n f t c r m i d n i g h t the river's rise'c.'une to a ncjir-halt at Pom- croy and Middleporl, Ohio, some miles belov/ Pnrkcrsburg. The About 2. r )0 families in I m v l n n d s ! Woods, were innvcH in the area. I U n o f f i c i a l refugee lolJ in Central Ohio was 2,00(1 In ,1,0(10. Clcnn- up work was \vrll under way al Cast Liverpool, Stralton, Kmiiirc, I , f money wound up in the second ' t e r m campaign fund of Governor McMath. Two diccUs, totaling $2,001. were, introduced. They had j been endorsed by Adams and re- endorsed in the name of "Henry McGoodwin Chairman 01 T Move Reported Requested By entire business section of Pom- ei oy had been invaded by the flood waters, but moil homes cs-[ and \Vc-lishur;:. \v, \'.i., v/hoi capcd. Two miles f u r t h e r down, B r i l l i a m , nnd Stcubcnvillc, Ohio! I BOdtd 01 AdjUStMCd! ,ind Wheeling, Nc-.v Cumberland ' the framework of the new- Central Methodist Church, under construction on Dickson Street, Is shown hofoic ( l e f t ) and after f r i g h t ) the 121- foot steeple was raised and placed on top of the structure. The steeple, Middlcpoi't, a crest nf about 51 feet was readied and only basements and a few homes in lov/- lying ai'Cas were flooded. About 1R mites dov.'nslrc.im. Gallipolis prepared for "ixnlntion' 1 as flood waters cut off a l l road.-: leading lo and from the L-JJ.V. The L. M. McGoodwin is the now muddy waters had claimed t h e i r ; chairman nf the FnycUcviHc · _ u . M ,,,,..,,,.,,, .. ,, .- , ., .. - ,, a l j n c a v i c s i dc.-lruclion. | Board nf Adjuslmcnt which w i l l ' TM lsi . n .S ^^idf.y was the third attempt, according In Boh Stcclc of . , in the area, is lopped by a stainless steel crosr. The successful town itself! one nf along the river, was Portsmouth a n d the highest not flooded. neighboring New Boston. Ohio, were protected behind a flood wall t h a t meant safety up to 77 feet of v.-ator. At Marietta, Ohio, city o f f i c i a l s j planned lo l i f t the slate of cmcr- j jjency at noon today, perm it tins j business to reopen. hoar appeals in connection , i Davidson-.Stcelc, Inc., contra irlnrp of Fort Smith. The church will What f u l community known as Wonderland addition, northeast of Coluni- bus, Ohio, of Bitj W a l n u t flooded by water.-; Creek. Scenes like p Kansa . TechnolnK.v and Ihc Dairy and lh« U. S. Department of Agricul- lure. I Northwest A r k n n s R R m n r k r t j ·Ueidy tn firm, demand Ronrl, volume nf trading nnrmnl. Prices J nMd f.o.b, torm up to 2 p. m,, · broilers rind fryers nil weightA 2fi-1 ?f cents a lb,, mostly 28. j with the recently-adopted 7.011 int; ordinance in Faycttevillc. He was,""»lcd cost, of $150,000. · rlrclcd »i an orcanixational m e e t - j "~-I int; last nishl, and Clarence Y o u n s j ., . . . ! was named vice chairman. O t h e r , ·rmally .G ;. riuict. peace- m c m b c r s o f the board, appointed, by Mayor Powell M. Ilhca, a r r , Heydon Lewis, Lcland Bryan and ! .1. R. Crocker. , Others attending were -lolm j the one .shown hclow vcre com-, M a h a f f c y , city engineer. W. II. j nonjMacc IbrouHhout Central and j I'r.vor, c h a i r m a n of the P l a n n i n g ! Commission: and Bill Hnnncr of j the University. Ronnor KSVP a talk \ on the scope of Ihr activities of such a board. Nn appeals from /.oninR «rdi- . nance regulations have been niarlc. · ( The next mectinc o/ the board w i l l I be held February 2fl. w i l l probably be completed in late Aileu.M. ot an c.sti- "'holns by Kl(»yrl Cari and "Dnc"' Miller). Former Director Of Stofe Highwoys |s Witness At Hearing Ily (-RON HATCH l.lltlc ltock-(/I'/-A decision for extension of stockpilinR of road material.! in the Fort Smith .dis- , irict was 'nisdc at s;v inforniiil conf orcncc ' of.' Arkansas; /Highway cnmmlsslonois and ·. .others, t h e Iliithwiy Audit CommlMlon »aj loUl today. . ·!.'··; . .- . Testimony was given yesterday . that of some $525,000 worth of materials .ioc-kpilcd in J930, about $!!(l(),ogo was In blstrlci 4 (J'orl Smith District) one at .IP -into which the slntc is -divided, .. Former Highway Dlrcclbf J. C. Baker jaid .today, thnl Vho.sUrck- ; piling was rctiucstctl by a- former di.tlriet enjzinccr. named Manfcy, ' wbo wus not otherwise idcntllicd. Bilker said it was his recollection lh.it the informal contercn'cc.: was mended by Mnnlc}-, . lligavtuy Comntlsslonerji Hoy Martin, of Kort Smith »nd -Truman -Uak'e'r of Vearcy, by Fell.- Vaufihan, . North l.lltlc Hock · 'contractor, Henry' Wooda, Govcrnoi"'McMalh's executive ·scc'rclhryv-by himself and _. possibly others. · ' .. ; Testimony, was jsivclj. yesterday '. thnt Arkansas Slon« imd Gravel Company, . which Is owned by VHURhan,'. '- eold about. $2-t3,UD'J worth o( the (otal $523,000 of ' t h e . stockpiled mnlcfialt', . Baker .said ' the conference fol- Imvcd, but was not .part of » rcn'uliir Illsiiiviiy .Colnmissiqn meeting. He was risked if the ac- llon was ratified 'by the comtnls- siun, and replied he believed it v.,1,--, but .thai commlBJion minutes did not sg- rcNocX -... · : , , - : . ; # . Uoein'l, Kccill Mttnornndum ' · · llnkef Was nskcd it he recalled',"' ··-menioraiidunv.ffom, ChlelJIigh'':l : . wny Ennlnccr A] K. Jnhn'so'n qucs- lionins ddvieablllty ol the exlcn- '.'. five stockpiling In the Fort 'Smith district, Johnson tcKlificd ycsterdi y .. io such a memorandum, and the ' document Ibclf watt introduced in evidence, Baker said he did not recall Ihe. memorandum - and had been unable to f i n d , a copy,, but that it was entirely possible t h a t .John-! son had discussed Ihc matter with him. Questioned About Contricls The former director also was questioned about. 60 negotiated contracts which the commission ivns told yesterday had been lei during the four-year period cov* cred by- the audit. Baker said' that he waj uncertain whether nil the 86 actually were negotiated contracts, that is contracts which were agreed to by the parties without competitive bidding. He said he would have to check the list before mal;ins 8 .positive statement, but that he be- , licved many of the contracts were for supplying ijruvcl on whicr price quotations had been aikcd lie said the neflotialed contract! o f t e n were advisable in cases oi emergency. IIAC Attorney Copper Jacowa) asked if Bakor believed that : road repair would constitute z proper emergency. "II would if you lived on th other side of a mudholc," Bakei replied. Testimony Heard School Attendance In County Down As Illness Spreads Southern Ohio strenms .surucfl out of their biinlt.s.' The commission ycdcrday heard j testimony t h a t : 1. Highway C'ommi»sion records (ail to show, authorization or approval of the department's spend- iiw about J3-'.),OOi) for stockpiling-. materials durniR 1950. 2. On June 30, 1331, the Highway Department had about $362,- oon v/rirlh of the road building materials still on hand, with one stockpile containing crushed rock siifficirnt for seven anil one-hall 3. Chief Highway Engine" Alf An oulbrcsk of influenza and ! coixlinK lo a survey he msrin Fri- rcspirfiliiry n i l m c n l s has rcrtucccl ' day and Monday. Colds and syni- fchnnl nupiirtaiiff in Washington lom? indicalliiE Influon?;! or a County and has resulicd In (lip i viru were renortrd. Mo^l of thr | j.^'.Vrprnicstcd the purchase of closini; of several schools jn Hen- : children return lo school aflci a I ahou i $300,000 ot the materials but ton County, : f c -.v days' absence, Kcnnan said, j lhc transaction had gone through The n u l b i c a k i s - n o t rnniidcrcrl i III Siloam Springs .{Denlon; j u v w a y . C'liinly), school wits closed M o n - j ·(. The Interstate Construction f l a y al noon at the request of the j Company, of Pine Bluff and the city Board of Health as thtf result Arkansas Stone and Gravel Como[ ,1 heavy n u l l n r a k of (he a l l - 1 pany, o[ Norlh Little Rock sold rayelieville ;chooN arc "r.lmo.si ·'nenl. A p p r o x i m a t e l y .1.1ft cases o f ! mo.t of Ihe material. 1 ! to the state, normal." Supi. Virqil Mio.^om re- ; inlliieiina or other -lrkne.s had · V Purchase of Ihc materials ws porlo'l I h i r morning. H o w r v e i . n ' leen reported In Ihe Silonm'· not made on hid and consequently i:ruii'ril ic'-.cdulrd foi Thuinla.v ' Snrinns school Monday. O f f i c i a l s ' the state paid a higher price for ! nichl by Ihc r'ayHlcvlllr High ' nlan to reopen Ihe school next School band ha.-i bron poiilj-oncd . Monday. , because 40 o( Ibe'lfil) inrniliois of | Si-hools id.«o closi-d in Ornvette, the '(-''ool bund lire ill. Director j Oentiy, nnd Iliwnsse, n i l In Ren- an epidemic, however, and Wash- j iiiKlou County schools arc not ex- ' peeled to close unler.s ihr outbreak '. becomes more widcsnrcad. ! Bank Teller, $38,224 Missing In Brooklyn New York-(/l ? j-A Nrooklyr hank teller failed lo return from lunch yeslerday, anil the bank said $38,221 in cash had vanished from Ins cage. Hut $23.7fl8 war Ml behind, m i d - nn o f f i c i a l of Ihe Chemical n»nli ! n - w - W l l l i F "nimnm-cd lhi morn- l i o n County. The principal at Grn- and Trust Company's downtown i i»K ""· conceit will not hp held.! try tcpoited lhn( nbout ISD stu- Brooklyn branch. ! T i c k e t : w i l l he ;;ood for the later j dents wore iibsenl each day last Police sent otil « 13-stale n l a r m (incert, ', wnck hccausi of Illness. Absentee- for M n r l l n 0. Olson, .Id. for em- j .1. I!. K e n n n n . supri vl'or o f , Ism was higher In other schools, bew.lemenl and larceny. Thr teller I Washington schools, said t h i s , nojers nnd Henlonvlllo schools had worked In the bank about A morning t h a t t h e . percentage n f , remained open. About 100 students year. Vor eight years previously i school children absent hecaufp of I weie absent Monday In Hogars, he woiked in other Ntw York i Illness l« "a I l l l l e higher" through- i mostly because of eolds, Supt. H. hanks. , I out most schools In (he county, ac-' coNTINUtu.ON PAOt THRIK Ihr items. 0. "Kxhorbitant profits were made by Ihe principal venders" of the materials. 7. Other Agencies purchase s'onc, gravel and other road building materials from companies doing I'ONTINUtD ON rAOt TNHK» ::'-·'·

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