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mt wine INTEREST · TKI FIRST CONCERN Of THIS NEWSPAPER VOLUME 90, NUMBER 162 Associated Pr«t» L«a«td Wirt AP, King and NEA Feotiirci IOCAI KHMCAST-- i - r f . v r t t e v i l l e am! vicinity partly, c!-?L:r!y w i t h occasional shoWerr' toniEht. Tomorrow clearing a n d ' cooler. R a i n f a l l . 1 ) . Tcrnporalur* one year a»o today .03. Klali tcnl-' p c r a f u r e yesterday 38; low 53; nnon today 80. SunrL'e 7:)3; nun- FAVETTEVIUE, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY IVENING, HBRUARY I, I93J PRICE FIVE CENTS Eection Decided In Rhea's Favor Witness Says He Paid McMath Invited r · · f\ r\ i T To Appear At Commission Un RocklO Audit Hearings Cake Sale Tonighl To Boosl Funds In Fighf On Polio; Mothers' March Brings In $1,371.50 Tola! State Board Member Bid Raised To Care For Cost. He Testifies Asserts Agreement Made Because He Needed The Job By LEON HATCH 1 Little Hock-(/P)-A ronrl contractor testified today that he paid »V. M. Trcadwcll of MorriKon. a member of the Stale Alcohol Control Board, 510,850 commission on crushed rock he furnished for a road project in Pope County. Ernest Frcshour loJd the J l i f i h way A u d i t Commission t h a t Treadwell suggested in 1950 that he increase his bid for f u r n i s h i n g crushed rock lo allow him (Treadwell i 70 cents per cubic yard for truck rental. Freshour, who w i t h three brothers operates a contracting f i r m at Sweet Home, near .Little Rock, said that he agreed because "we needed the work, we were heavily in debt--and rtill are--and we felt like t h a i was the only way we could get the job." Previously, testimony had shown t h i i t while the state was p a y i n p " Frc.^hour Brothers $2.50 per cubic yard, the equivalent of $2 a ton it had a price quotation on file of SI.50 a ton for similar material at the same location. Freshour testified that he first · learned the state" m i g h t ' b u y some crushed rock for the Pope County job on Highway 95 while he was reconstructing a part of Highway . 9 in Conway County d u r i n g a period between August, 1940, and July, 1950. He said at the time the brothers understood that they were lo be subcontractors under Trnri- well, Morrillon automobile dealer, if they obtained a contract for f u r - nishing the material. They decided on a bid of $1.80 a cubic yard, he said. , Later he was told there had · been a change in plans and the Frenhour firrrl was to bid directly to the state. Telli Of Conference · ' Frcshour said that at ;t conference at Morrillon, Tread well asked him to add the 70 cents to the agreed SI.80 rate. He said he did so despite the fact that he had equipment of his own to h a u l rock a distance of several hundred yards from the quarry near. Atkins to the crusher and had included use of his own trucks in the S1.80 bid. He was asked, "Was t h i i t not an exhorbitant rate to pay for truck hire?" * "I'll have to admit it was," Freshour replied. , Freshour said he was surprised when lie submitted his revised bid lo the Highway Department a f t e r an invitation for bids had been published and found that lie was " the only bidder. He identified copies of three checks for a total of $10,850 lo Treadwell. He said these checks represented the agreed truck renlal on 15,550 cubic yards of rock, which his firm supplied. H; 1 said that he delivered the checks to Treadwell and that at no time did he ask how the trucks were performing or other details. Tell Of Contributions Freshour also testified he WHS solicited by Highway Commissioner Truman Baker for a contribution to the 19,")0 campaign · fund of Gov. McMath. He said ~at first he refused but that later his brothers persuaded him a contribution should be marie and he delivered SI,000 to Baker. Fell Vaughan, North Little Hock Thousands Of Truck Drivers On Strike Walden Elected Clint Waldci Fayclteville .(above) was elected vice president of thu Arkansas Fnir Managers' Association yesterday at the group's a n n u a l convention in Little Deck. L. II. Autry of Mississippi County was vcclcctcd to his sixth term as president, and Clyde E. Byrd was . elecfccl, , secretary- treasurur. Harry Sanford Dies At County Hospital Services For Former Alderman Planned For 2 P. M. Tomorrow Marry \V. Sunfnrd. 5!), died at the County Hospital at 4:2(1 a. in. today. He \vas a resident of 132 East Street. Mr. Spnford WHS horn in Tynriall. S. D., March 23. 18f)3, the son of Dr. Harry 0. and M a t i l d a Kcllocs Sanford. He came to Fayctteville \vith his parents in Iflna, and attended the University here. He was married to Hazel Myers who survives h i m , August 23, l!)3(i. He was chief nf police under Mayor Allen Wilson, served as alderman for Iv/o terms and was with t h e Fire Department for several years. At the lime of his death he was engaged in the real estate business, for the past several years he has been the partner of P. R. Green in the Sanford-Grccn Development Company and t h e San- ford-Gicen Lumber Company. Funeral services will he hclo tomorrow afternoon at 'i o'clock nt CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE I '_(Frnm Ihf Associated Press) Some 20.000 AFL t r u c k drivers in 15 Southern and Midwestern stales struck today in a wage dispute with operators. The s t r i k e v i r t u a l l y paralyzed operation of freight companies in the 15 .-.talcs. About 450 drivers operating out of Arkansas cities went on strike. Contracts covering most t r u c k - ers in the South and Midwest expired at m i d n i g h t , and l o n g - h a u l truckers were ordered out at 12:01 b y the A F L Teamster.-- U n i o n Statement Will Be Voluntary, Says Herbert Thomas L i t t l e Rork - f/T'l - The A r k a n s a s Highway A u d i t Commission announced today it v/as extending a w r i t t e n i n v i t a t i o n for Governor McMath to appear at its hearing on Highway Department operations. M c M n l h declared that vhcn he received the i n v i t a t i o n he would decide w h e t h e r to accept il. Herbert L. Thomas, vice chairman of f l i c A u d i t Commission, si resscd t h a t a n a ppca r:t nee by the governor "tn n i a k e w h a t e v e r .statement fie wishes" regarding ! Highway Department operations would be voluntary. Thomas said t h a t all stale o f f i c i a l s have n b l a n k e t i n v i t a t i o n lo a p p e a r before the A u d i t Commission, but adder!: "In view of his stalemcnt thM lie w i l l personally assume respon- s i b i l i t y for operations of the de- p a r t m e n t , and in view of an editorial in the Arkansas Ga?.ctto In- against a p p r o x i m a t e l y 500 c o m - j day suggesting t h a i the governor f panics from the Carolinas to j he i n v i t e d to Ihr h e a r i n g , we arc j I sending him n special, w r i t t e n in- llie s t r i k e arc vilaiion." The governor made statement concerning responsibility for Texas. Stales h i t b Georgia, Florida, A l a b a m a , Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas, A r k a n - sas:, North and South C a r o l i n a , 'he H i g h w a y Department in a ra- K c n t u c k y , Mississippi, Kansas, Oklahoma Missouri, and Ohio, Last-minute agreements bc- tv.'ccn ihc union and operators of nine Midwc.-lcrn states a v e r t e d a w a l k o u t of another 36.000 drivers. Hut ron tract negotiations with other companies broke down, and strike orders were sent out \n local unions from h e a d q u a r t e r s of i2 Southern Conference at Memphis, Tenn. In a d d i t i o n lo the striking drivers, union officials climated t h a i I least 100,0,00 4ion-sln!ing drivers, warehousemen, and city pickup and delivery drivers would be affected by the strike because of curtailed long-haul services.' The Federal Mediation Service i in Washington wa.-: keeping an eye, ' o n the s i t u a t i o n . But there was no indication w h a t t h e eovcrn- mcnl's next step m i g h t he. Some firms were exempted from stoppages either because their contracts did not expire or be- cau.-e they signed i n d i v i d u a l agreements w i t h the union. \ Contract Is Sigurd ! In Chicago, five operators' associations representing 500 firms signed a three-year contract giving drivers an i m m e d i a t e !fl-cent hourly wage increase w i t h f u r t h e r raises of 7',^ cents in IDS-'J an:l 19;")4. It also increased the mileage pay rate by t h r e e - f o u r t h s of a cent a mile, with f u r t h e r boosts of one-fourth cent to come next year and in 1954. Average d r i v e r pay in the Mid- i I au* It Dlanriftfl west has.been $1.60 an hour. H" · riailllCU riio address shortly before the a u d i t hearings began. Thomas shortly before remarked t h a t the commission had been scckins to learn who was in charge of Highway Department affairs. Guaranteed Wage Floor Demanded By CIO Head New York - ffl'j - A. g u a r a n t e e d minimum a n n u a l wage in American industry wa.s demanded lodav by Philip Murray, president of I the CIO United Stcclworkcrs, to o f f s e t unemployment a n d t o "strike dismay" in Ihc K r e m l i n . Murray, also CIO president. I likened guaranteed a n n u a l wajics to a domestic "point four pro- grarr-" for "backward, or u n d e r - I developed, areas of American eco- ! cicaretlo.^ in Arkansas w i l l lie cut Cigareffe Price Cut Ordered OPS Move I n t o Effect March 1 War-hinjMon-i/IVThf? price of nomic stability bejjinnine Murray outlined his proposal in j M a r c h 1. The price-cut order a prepared statement fin-' a s i x man panel of the U'afic S t a b i l i z a - tion Board, which resumed a came Irom Ihc Office nf Price Stabilisation yesterday. It v i r t u a l - ly overrode A r k a n s a s ' so-called* . , . , .outcome of the heannss. No Test Of Belling I'nmpaifiii officials counted it and a t c r deposited it in banks. The \vo- nen who helped were organized by Mrs. Alfred Hathcnck. As the Mothers' 'March was leld, more cakes were toeing en- .ered In a contest which was bclnc judged t h i s mornlnc at Cray's . . i Shopping Center, where Car! ; cost, went i n t o e f f e c t J u n e (i. s i x , Graj; reported a total of 15S cake| m o n t h s a f t e r prices had been had been entered. The cakes of frozen. An order a l l o w i n g " ·· ' · » . . . ! Uansas retailers lo raise I , . .,.,,.,. on the slecl workers' waac I " f a i r trades practices," l a w , Act and other demands a f t e r .1 t h r e e - | I O | of 1951. . week recess. A possible n a t i o n - j The a c t . which prohibits retail- wide steel .strike hinfics on the j ers from selling cigarettes below Mothers' M a r c h nf Dimes bring-* Ins in SI..171.50. This brought the Fayeltcvllle total rniscri so far in t h e campaign to $.1,571.SO. City Chairman .lack Joyce reported. County Chairman f r a n k S u l l l e j saifl figure.* for the rest of the i county w i l l be a v a i l a b l e l a t e r this I week, [ One hundred and TiO women last | night mndr. collections at homes i where Ihc porch liehlf were burn- i f u m e d the money over to U. S. Accident Toll 93,000 Over 9,000,000 Persons I n j u r e d lo the "."·"·. ,.'" '"TM "I -hicagn-MVPhe n a t l n n V st? g- Mre S t a t i o n , fhc.e Re| .| m , :ln . Mml tM , n 1B51 Wiis Contracts were signed by the association representing 154 Michigan companies, by the Santa Fe Trail Transfer Company w i t h Little Rock-(/IVrhc A r k a n s a s A n t i - G a m b l i n g League has dropped its plan to lest Ihe consti- headquarters in Wichita, and t u t i n n a l i t y of a 19r act t h a t pcr- .hrce firms in Ohio. But the Ohio j mil -- : p a i ' i m u t u c l b e t t i n g in A r - Empluycrs Negotiating Commit- ce with 110 members and the Missouri-Kansas Employer* As- kansas. However, the league apparently hasn't given up in its fight a^ainsl gambling. liation w i t h 50 firms refused I Tllc League - o f f s p r i n g nf :o sign the contract Negotiations between operators and the Southeast and Southwest u.iion councils in Memphis collapsed several days ago. In Little Hock, James M. Harrison, union o f f i c i a l , said a few ( n i c k i n g companies in Arkansa.-: had signed contracts w i t h the union and would not he affccled C O N T I N U K D ON PA«E TlinKK Baptist move to keep Dixie Downs. Inc., from s e t t i n g up shop in West Memphis--voted here la.-t n i g h t kinds, descriptions and . . , , -..I be offered to the p u b l i c a t N-CCV.C prices lo levels required i a u c t i o n ,, miRhl ,,,, t| ' , 1 1 M M T I n n 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i - - i c i PCI i n , I ) , , C A I » . , . , ' ' to gn to the March of Dimes. Winners in the contest will receive under the law was issuer! in lembci. OPS said t h e rollback in Arkansas is necessary because other j {," ll.' persons killed and moic I l i a n n.UOII.finn i n j u i c r l , »ay« the N a t i o n a l Salcty Council. The council estimated the accidents COM ihc nation $8,000,1)00.- OOfl in v.-aue losses, medical expense, i n / u r a n c c COS!K. production delays, damage to equipment and property damage. Accidental deaths, w i t h automobile mishaps the No. 1 killer with a loll of .17,500. was 4,000 above lO.'.O. The t r a f f i c deaths were tbc HRliest in 10 w i t h 3j,000 In HISD. years and compared he contest will receive Accident,: In Ihc home killed id cake ami coffee w i l l 27,000. the same as I n · 1050 OLI tonight to those a t t e n d - 1 r u p a t i n n a l states h a v e sought lo raise t , c , e , t H ITn LTM, I n " MI ""» »«Mc,.l, caused Ifl.OOO cisnretlo prices. OPS said it would " R °,'" ' fiarthnlo- f a t n l - t i e s compared with 13,300 in l,e d i s c r i m i n a l o r v m . refuse t h e i r LTi w'i'l ^T'" % aw " n " ec , r - R M-\"^. and public mishaps not in. renrests w h i l e a l l o w i n g a bno't d " 1B """ ^J'n^-rjva^at 7 p. m. ^'^ motor vehicle Jjilled 15,Action Labeling Russia Treaty-Breaker Taken in A r k a n s a s prices. The one-cent government tar; and Uvo-i'ent state tax adopted last year will not be affectccl by the nil. Under the new order cigarettes will cost from 22 lo 21 cents to abandon plans to challenge Ie- ! pack. They now sell (or 24 to 20 R a l i t y of the lav/. R u t a n o t h e r niccting w i l l be called, probably Monday, when the croup will dir,cuss the possibility of a sponsor- i c e n t r ; m i n i m u m price a carton i.s ---- n: an a m e n d m e n t |o the s t a l e ' tpnalp W i l l Vnla A n a i n o n s t i t u t i o n b a n n i n g p a r l - m u t u e l i · )ellllle "I" 'OW AQdin Paris-M'j-The U. N. General'As- sembly approved today an American-backed resolution l a b e l i n g fi'jssia a treaty breaker for f a i l live up lo its in-ts Kricnd- ,"00 compared v.'lth 11,000 in 1950. Senate Committees Busy In Washington Washinglon-!/|i-Sccrtary of the Treasury Sn.vtier was to tell senators today his views on Presi- ilcnt Truman's |lan to lake the Cummings Holds Write-In Voles Are Not Valid Contest Settled Unless Appeal To H : gh Court Taken R.v Pl.OVri CARL. JR. Circuit .Jiirt^c M a u p m Cumminns t h n m o r n i n g ruled in f a v o r nf M t v o r Powell nhra in an election contest .-uit between Khrvi and former S h e r i f f A r t h u r 3. rja'.-jd.'.nn o-.rr the results of the K c n c i a l election last November il. In a lensilhy ruling, the jusl^» held t h a t P.hea. the Dcmocrati- niimmco for mayor in the general election, icccived 80 valid votes, w h i l e Davidson---a write-in candid a t e - p o l l e d 78 voted valid on the j face. ^'i addition, Judge Cumminsu ruled, Acl KM of 1333, which prohibited write-in cadldatcs rlurln; general elections in cities of the first class has never been repealed. And f u r t h e r , write-in votes are in conflict w i t h Amendment 21), Section J of the Arkansas slate con- slitulion, Ihe ruling held. A m e n d m e n t 21), .Section 3 specifics Ihc three ways in which names of candidates can be placed on a b a l l o t : I I ) l).y parly nomination. Ci} by p a r t y convention, and (;1) by petition. The write-in vole is not mentioned. Davidson'.' lawyers contender! that Act 103 was repealed by Art 353 nf 11)411. Judge CummmRs ruled that t h e l a t t e r act dealt with primary elections and did not re- pea! a s t a t u t e on general elections, narrinj: an appeal tn Ihc Matfi .Supreme Court, Judge Cummin;:! 1 decision settles the which was inauguraic'd last November.' Allorncys for Davidson were un- alile to say today whether they would appeal. Under a m a n d a t e from the Su- pivme Court, the circuit judge had three,-question,!! to decide: or vvfln would benefit from votos cist (or 0«vJd«on under three different names, (2) whether any Invalid voles were ca=t, and (3) whether wrilc-ln voles are valid. Ruin On Volrs Judge Cummincs ruled that votes cast for A r t h u r B. Davidson, A. n. Davidson and A r t h u r Davidson were Intended for "one and the same person"--Arthur B. Davidson. Going Into the matter, of valid voles, the Judge said he had determined t h a t of the 177 votes cast In the election, 10 were no good. Seven of the Invalid votes were cast for nhea and 12 for·· Davidson, he ruled. This left PJioa 81 valid voles while DayidiorT received 78 voles valid on the face. Apparently under the r u l i n g l h a t v.-rilo-ln votes arc neither legal nor constitutional, these votes also would be. invalid. At first iclancc the new valid vote lisurc did not appear to agree ' with earlier figure*. For soni* lime tbc accepted totals had been 81 for Davidson ahd 83 for Rhca. However, When election official.! first announced results of (he election, they cave Davidson 30 votes and Phea 84. Later.- in a re-cotiht ordered by the court, the officials decided one of Ithca's ^Ics had j been intended for Davidson. This tnsdc the totals Dl for Davidson- and 8.1 for Rhea. In order to determine the validity ot all vole,-,. Judge Camming* had three, votes--for Rhca--which ihc judges had thrown out entered in ihc rccord'.'The three "x" III the box'.alter the candidates n a m e ' a n d w e r e - l a t e r bettinc. ship fart w i t h N a t i o n a l i s t China. I I n t e r n a l lWcnuc"'Burc'ati" out "of i '' alitl3l(:tl '" r 'thin reason. This «'· w i t h almost h a l f the members | politics. | "on raised Rhea's total vote, valid Fulbrighf Asks Approval For U. S. Of Europe - J On Greek-Turk Prolocol I W a s h i n g t o n - |,T/ - The Senate | not voting, Ihe ballot wa..- 2:, ( n | nine, w i t h 24 abstentions and : m c m b c i s not present. ; The Assembly's act , i ind invalid, to i | .John Carter Vincent . nd two i diplomat, was to he questioned for i / l n a "- v the-court held t h a t one t h e third s t r a i g h t day bv a S e n - H e ' ? l)al ' ld!;0 ' 1 '» votes cast '·- -· ' . . . » * '· oc "'" r i fc| r nhea. This, then, '»' n-.-i.i- i.'on (Fnim the Associated I'rcss) Washington--Scnnlor Kulbright * v.-ii v f i u £ i i i i i , J - . U I L I I Lime nnt-K i materials dealer and contractor.I I o - A r k and two colleagues yes- told the commission yesterday t h a t ! tcrday asked the Senate lo go on " ho had contributed about $14.000 to Governor McMatli's two political campaigns. And, said V a u g h a n . he'd paid about $700 of that . amount personally. This was the first lime a w i t ness has testified t h a t he cave CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE Poultry Market -- The poultry market today as reported by the University of Ar- kinsas I n s t i t u t e of Science and Technology and the Dairy and ' Poultry Market News Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Northwest Arkansas m a r'k c I steady, demand good, voltnv i of trading above normal. Prices paid f.o.h. f a r m up to J p. m., broilers · and fryers all weight;., 28-20 ce.nis t pound, mostly 28. record as approving the establishment nf ii United Stales of Europe. Fulbright and Senators Mc.Ma- hon (D-Conn) and Spaivman ID- Ala) s u b m i t t e d a resolution urging political u n i f i c a t i o n of Europe. The resolution proposed t h a t a cons t i t u t i o n a l convention be called "to lay the groundwork for a European political federation at (he earliest dale possible." Political u n i f i c a t i o n of Europe, the three yenators declared, is "not just an idealistic dream." State Farm Values Double In Five Years and l l t h mi'inlierF of J.'ATO. Some ' T i a l o r s decided Ihr n e x t 1 day lh;.l t h i r was a p i c l t y d i m a t - ( ,., , . . ,, ... .,,, t e n d a n c e for a measure of such Washmglnn-f/I')-The U.S. Cen-1 Farm income, repicr.enled by importance, sus Rtlreau says the v a l u e nf Ar- I 'be sale of f a r m products, incre;i m a n y nl,i m e m b e r ^ tlropperl out. kansas farms doubled from 194.1 to IfiSO. Dr. Hoy V. Pel, diieclor od nearly $125,000.1111(1 in f i v e years. Tne number of f a r m s i e - , A t l a u t i . Tn A b a n d o n K r l i r f Ago Asks Sympathy For Airline Pilot's Widow They contended that a European "' 'he census, said today t h a t A r - 1 f a r m acreage increased l.-i m i l l i o n i _ f , , r Vi-ir duced from IOB.70!) lo l(!2.'12n. but ' C h r i s t i a n I l u i a l OvcrscaY Program | ;w Yoik-(/Tl-Tlie \vido\i of '"'· v | l t o h c , l I'. I'nlter.MM,. f o i m e r se,-,el a r y of v.-ai, \vlin perished io the federation would produce "a pow e r f u l new democratic slate capable of.-mslaininc itself politically; economically and m i l i t a r i l y . " President T r u m a n , in a letter to he three sponsoring senators, endorser! the "Such a declaration," he declared, "would do kansas f a r m s wci'e valued al more t h a n $l,OflO,nno,OfiO April I. Ififin, compared w i t h about ,'iSil m i l l i o n dollars on April I, IfH.S. This puls Ihe value per acre Hi $(11, compared w i t h J.17.D7 In 1945. Dr. Peel's report «l.-,o «how« that: higgr i i K h / i i h c i l i , N. .1, p l a n e of acres. The a v e r a g e size c.f t h e A r - I P r o t e M a n t - C a t h o l i c r e l i e f ag,.n-y M a i i u a r v N appealed Kansas f a r m jumped fr..m H 7 . R ' . - i s to be abandoned bccaii'e o f ! f,, i n - ,i acres m !!'« to 103 acres in in:,n. : i n - . u f f i n c n l .;,,,',',', i av" tile' R,." ! , - ' --vnipalhy The greatest increase in f a r m i I--|,-,,,klm C l a i k K, v ' c o n t r i b u t i o i r j Spc-ikin".""' produce was revenue from p n u t - ; to t h " pr,i; ;i am have not been nif- Iry^and p n u l l r v i i r o d u i i - . u p l i o m ; / i r i r n i in m , t i f y overhear! ev. t h e Sc\ en hallotji were thrown out because they contained no mark in the box. and four because the voteir, had no poll tax receipts. One voter was found not lo have been a resident ot the state for the neiH.-- ,,,,,,, ,, U, Amen,' n A!" j ^ »'· """ "« hw to * In r u l i n g on voltv In Ward 3. where officials foiled to Initial th? ballots, .ludge CummhiRS held that ihis failure. In Ihc absence of H showijig of f r a u d , r'.ocs hot mvalldatc the votes. Neither does blcr. . 17.0 m i l l i o n dollar', m In-l.'i lo .10.2 I million in 1030. i-r. of the nignnix.iiinn whieh I was founder! In 11)17. , · . . l niclii, Mn. l»tleion t h a t plane, ine M i - HCIM'S o l h r r irrnt- i M i ' . Patterson said, "she 1 "iKht had t,, l.e.r -.vKke.ll.- toolish for the I i-iimora bl.nnlnir. her luisband .for j Ihe accident a n d now she is J n Station I the h m p l t a i . |t .eenn Impossibl" an.vnnc could he so uncen- . . s ur;:rd hMfner:. lo use t h e i r "|nc v [ emus and i n h u m a n l i a u M t h l r flood of .sympathy and j Mr,. Rod Is e x p e c t i n g her third slrenclh In civc moral support to | child next summer. f a i l u r e of the officials to certify .,' Ihr. vote as required by law,; nt-.v. ruled. ·'·:· i " A biealtdowt) by wirdl CONTINUED ON BAQK

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