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tMTHWtST ARKANSAS Lawmakers Hit Activities 01 Former General Suggest Code Of Honor For Alumni Of West Point Washinglon-(yp)-A House subcommittee said today it is seeking a way to make "indiscreet" We t st Point alumni conform to the "same code of honor" required of cadets. The statement was made in a "watchdog" report sharply condemning a retired general for ."cheap and tawdry solicitation of government contractors" to advertise in his unofficial West Point alumni directory. The subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee compared the activities of Maj. Gen. P. M. Danford, retired, with the recent football scandal at West .Point. He was one of Â£hrce officers who last year recommended the ouster of 90 cadets for cribbing. The statement said Danford. as sccrclary-trensurcr of the unofficial West Point A l u m n i Foundation, had circulated 10,000 govern- 'ment suppliers with a letter containing "subtle and veiled suggestions" advertisers could profit from the defense effort. In Nertv York, Danford said the letter went out "without our knowledge or approval" d u r i n j the summer of 1950, and that "corrective action" was taken a year before the subcommittee madcils investigation. He said the letter was "immediately stopped" after it was brought to his attention. The foundation publishes a register of graduates, a quarterly magazine and programs for West Point athletic events. Obituary Shawn Stacy Funeral services for Shawn Stacy, invalid son of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Stacy of Rock. Kan., who dictl Sunday in a hospital at Winfield, Kan.,"were held Tuesday in Winficld, by the Rev. O. E. Wright, Â· minister of the Winfield Christian Church, with burial at Winficld. Surviving him arc his parents, who were reared in this community; two brothers, Orvis and . Duanc Stacy, of the home; his grandmothers, Mrs. Drue Stacy Â»nd Mrs. Lcatha Brown Bell, both of Faycttcvillc. Ollie M* Brammer . Rogert - (Special) - Ollie M. .Brammer, a poultry dealer here, .died unexpectedly at his home shortly after .midnight today. Born in Iowa, he has lived in this area Â·ince a boy, with the exception of J3 years he resided in Wichita, Kan. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace Brammer; two daughters, Mrs. Loraine Wheeler of Joplin, Mo., and Mrs. Jo Duty of Hugo, Okla.; two brothers, Frank of Rogers and Dot o[ Laruc, Ark. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Callison-Portcr. Mrs. Annie Palmer* I3cntunville-(S|cci:iIl-Mrs. Annie Palmore, 52, wife of Allen Palmorc of Bcruonvillc, Route 3, Â·died this morninq about 12:55 o'clock in the Bales Memorial Hospital in Bentonvillc. Funeral arrangements will be \ announced by the Callison-McKinney Funeral Home. Mrs. Vliie Calclosure Funeral services for Mrs, Visic : Calclosure who died Tuesday, were held yesterday at 2 p. in. at the residence on Route five, con- dueled by the Rev. O. L. Lierly. Burial was in the Burkhcad cemetery near Elkins. Pallbearers were Ray Parker, Erncsl Maguirc, Joe Baglcy, Elmer Chidcsler, Dcss Ritter and Ouy King. Arrangcmcnls were in charge of Watson's Mortuary. Wallace C. Pyeertt Funeral services for Wallace C. Pycatt who died at his home Saturday evening, were held yesterday at 2 p. m. in the Methodist church in Prairie Grove, by the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr., and the Rev. S. O. Patty. Honorary pallbearers w e r e Haydcn Mcllroy, J. C. Parks, J. Ed Rogers, Oscar McChristian, W. E. Lark, Roy Williams, E. M. Murphy, Oscar Bain, Grovcr McCor- miek, L. L. Baggctt, Hayden McCormick, Fred Pyeatt, B u r t Pyeatt, Ralph Pyeatt, Dan Pyeatl, Jim Pycatt, John K. Woodruff, Fred McChrislian, Rollins Wilson, Raleigh Blakemore, B. B. Bronson, Dr. Harrison Butler, Dr. Will Mock, and Dr. Jeff Baggctt. Burial was in the Prairie Grove cemetery under the direction of Watson's Mortuary. Louisiana GOP Groups Split Over Primary Toft, Eisenhower Backers To Claim Convention Votes (From the Associated Tress) Baton Rouge, La.--Pro-Taft members of the Louisiana Republican Central Committee voted ycslerday to nullify results of the GOP primary January 15, in which Eisenhower backers won 25 party offices. F.isenhower supporters walked out of the committee meeting yesterday in the. state Capitol and moved two floors Â· downstairs, where they set themselves up as the Slate Cenlral Committee and certified the primary returns the other committee' had voided. Each group, claiming 'to be the Cenlral Committee, says it plans to send delegations to the national GOP convention in July and claim the right to Louisiana's 15 votes. The old guard group, which favors Sen. Robert Taft of Ohio for the presidency, and the faction supporting Gen. Dwight Kiscn- hqwer have .- been at odds for weeks. The groups reached the breaking poinl yesterday whert the old guard Central Committee met to certify returns from the primary. The primary was held only in New Orleans, the only area where Republicans arc organized according to stale law. The city has about 600 registered Republicans. Less than half voted to nominate a lieutenant governor, members of the State Central Committee and the Orleans Parish (New Orleans) Executive Commitlec. Won 25 Positions Eisenhower backers won 10 of the 12 Parish seats and 15 of the 20 contested seals on the Central Committee. The old guard committee voted 41-1 to declare the primary null and void because not all of the nrccincts had five cleclion commissioners as required by law and because Republicans elsewhere in Louisiana were nol allowed to vole.. John Minor Wilson, co-chairman of Ihe Eisenhower move in Louisiana, and his group of aboul 15 left the meeting and moved downstairs, where they certified tile primary returns. 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