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IHf fOtUC INTMIST 11 THt FIRST CONCMN ·?, · · i f, OF THK NIW$P*K« N Associated Pratt leased Wire Af, King and NEA Ftaturts VOLUME 90, NUMBER 164 KMICAST-- · Fnveiicville and vlcfnlty partly cloudy and colder lonijhl with k-mne'ratures from 2.| to 23, Tomorrow generally 'fair with rising temperatures. Trace ol : snow. rainfall .19. High tcmpcraluru yesterday 53; low 31; noon today 32. Sunrifc 7 : l f l ; liunsct 5:19,. FAVETTEVIUE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 19S2 NIC! FIVI CENTS Says If Steel Meets Wage Hike On Present Price, Taxes To Fall Fairless Tells His Story At Board Hearing Cites Threat To Federal Income If Policy Followed N e w Y o r k-(/T)-Benjamin F. Fairless said tod«y his United States Steel Corporation could meet wage demands and hold its present prices--but this would result in a 60 per cent reduction in its federal income tax payments. Fairless asserted such a wage increase, if r.lluwed to spread throughout American industry, could result in a net loss to the government "conservatively estimated at H billion dollars." He said the ultimate "cost of a wase increase would come 'out of taxable income." The president of U. S. Steel said the government then "will he obliged to lift the lid on prices if for no other reason t h a n to pro, ted its tax- revenues and to maintain its own income." Appears Before Board Fairless presented his arguments against another pay boost for steel workers in a prepared statement before a Wage Stabilization Board panel seeking to prevent a strike in the steel industry . threatened for February 23. Arguments for an 18 Vi cents- an-hour wage increase and other benefits were made before t h e . board last week by the CJO United Steelworkers of America. The union Friday added a demand for a guaranteed minimum annual wage.- i In'Ms statement today, Fairless i · described the guaranteed annual j tt-age as inflationary and a guise | for the' industry paying "large i Bums for no work at all." ! The total demands of the union would average more than $1,000 a year per worker, Fairless said. Since V-J Day. he said, the pay and other benefits of the steel workers "havr gone up five times in five years." ! The raises, he added, ha\'e been! far in excess of an increase in , productivity ot^ in the cost o f ! living. j "Today our steel workers arc i among the highes'. paid wage .earners in the world," he said. The first speaker for industry j · before the panel, Fairless said j higher prices lor steel, following a. wage increase, would set a fur- ! ther inflationary, pattern through- j out the nation. ! "We've been tcllit.g ourselves! that we'll swear off," he said, i "But tomorrow never comes." If; the nation is to remain strong, { he said, "somehow, sometime j we've got to slop this economic' jag. There is only pne'way to stop ; this wage-price spiral and that is: to slop it." 1 The possibility of a nationwide ; iteel strike hinges on the outcome of the.hearings. The union threatened to strike January 1 but post" poned the strike deadline to.Feb- ruary 23. Present wages average between $1.92 and $1.97 an hour. Big Rally By Republicans In Nation's Capital 1 Washington - '/P) - Republicans ] . limbered up today for an old- : fashioned shindig in a university gym--a Lincoln Day rally tonight featuring punches at the Demo-: crats instead of at each other, · The a n n u a l $1 chicken box sup-; per--first of scores to be lield ' later throughout the c o u n t r y -- ! " advertised a gay, Hollywoodian j parly of speeches, square dancing,! frotijV singing, bend music, and ! ·n unrehearsed audience partici- j · pntion in a panel discussion. Poultry Market -- The poultry market loday as reported by Ihe University of Ar' kansas Institute of Science and Technology and Ihc /airy and Poultry Market News Service of lh« U. S. Department of Agrlcul- * lure. Northwest Arkansa;. m a r k e t ! attady, demand Rood, volume o f ' · trading above normal, heavy sizes continue short In most polnfs. Prices f.n.b. f a r m up lo 'J p.m., 'irollers and fryers all weights · 'S-2H cent* a lb., mostly 28. I Treed Paratrooper Thieves Active In County Sunday Night - Doctors' Offices In Springdoie Arc Robbed Three burglaries at Sprincdale last night netted thieves $245.5(1 in cash plus a $3 check, but robbery in Fayottcville failed to yield any cash 10 the burglars. In Springrialo Ihc offices of two physicians and t h p C h i c k c n l i t t l c restaurant tin Highway 71 were broken i n t o sometime durine thr nisht. The Faycttcville robbery occurred at the A m e r i c a n Fedora lion of Labor offices over the Oklahoma Tire and Supply Company, The sheriff's office reported t h a t Ihe heaviest loss was at the o f f i c e of Dr. Preston Rrogdon, 101 Spring Street, Springdalc, where ihicvcs broke open n cash drawer and os- caocd w i t h ?19G in currency and a S3 check. The office of Dr. J. W. Dortnan, in" the same b u i l d i n g , was also broken into. Thieves took $35.50 from a cash drawer. I n neither case was any effort made to take narcotics, the sheriff's office said. The offices, on tho second floor, ivcrc entered after burglars clim- ed a drain pipe and forced a back door on the second floor of the building. .» At the Chickcnlittlc, entrance was gained^ through a forced k i t of SO in chen winclcAV. A total cash was taken /rom a cnsh drawer and cicarcite machine, both broken open. , In F n y c t l c v l l l n city police said the door of thr AFL office was forcer! open and a money drawer broken into. No cash had been left in .the drawer and checks nnd other papers which it contained were not bothered. nape Girl Is Located Kidnaped Found Unharmed |n German Town Disuted Funds Pfc. Lnuis Queen is a treed- paratrooper as his chute loses n skirmish ivith branches of a tree during a drop at Camp Drum, N. Y. J u m p i n g ivilh other members of his unit, the l l t h Airborne Division, Quccrt, a medic, was caught in a five-mile-an-hour wind. The j u m p was part of the current joint A r m y - A i r Force maneuver, Exercise Snowfall. Bulletins -'·jFfttfri-:----. -· '·-- · · · , " . The Circuit Court decree In favor of Mayor Powrl) M. Rhra in hi* election contest suit against Arthur B. Davidson has been changed by Judge Maupin Cumminjrs to, correct an error. As changed, the decree' given Rhea 79 votes and Davidson 78. Originally, the judge ruled that Rhea received 80 valid votes in the November general election, and Davidson 78 write-in-votes. The change was made after Judge, Cummings learned one of the votes .credited to Rhea had no markings l n the box after the candidate's name--which he held invalidated it. Several Northwest Arkansas families went to Fort Smith Inday to greet sons and husbands hack from the Korean battlefront. Camp Chaffee's public information office said^ a train ·bearing members of the 936th and 937th Field Artillery battalions, 'made up of Northwest Arkansas men, ivas ** arrive at the Fort Smith camp about noon, and it was expected the soldiers would be on their way home tonight. Pulaski Court Suit' Not Needed, Member Of Highway Commission Says Liltlc Bock-(/P)-An Arkansas higlnvny commissioner charged wilh diverting state money to the campaign fund of Gov. Sid McMath said yesterday he will deposit the a m o u n t in question with Pulaski Circuit Court. Charlie Adams of Hughes said a civil suit, filed against him and Henry Woods, executive secretary to Governor McMath, was not necessary to recover the money. Adams ar.d Woods are accused in the suit, filed hy Ally. Gen. Ike Murry. of wrongful appropriation of public funds. Adams said the charge was "utterly ridiculous." Murry filed the suit following testimony before the Highway A u d i t Commission that the money, purportedly raised by public subscription in 1950 to finance improvements on the Indian Bay Road in Monroe County, ended up in the governor's campaign fund. The money was in two checks made payable to Adams and endorsed by Woods as "campaign manager." Adams s;iid he received the Increase Shown, In Workers 'For Armed Forces Washington-Wi-A report U the Senate ' say Uicta.v the forces liavc 52I,TI1 'white collar workers on (heir payrolls. This was an increase of 21,884 during the last six months of 105J. The figures were in a report of the .loint Committee no Reduction in Noncsscntial Federal Expenditures, headed by Senator B.vrd (D-Va), covering Ihc six inunlhs from .lu]y l 1 through last December 31. The (jroup said Iho number of civilian industrial workers of the armed services rose 17,624 to a December .11 lolal of 756,668. The report said the number of workers hired by other government agencies was o n ' t h c decline. Five Are Hurl In Wrecks Morns Ready For "Cleanup 77 Texas Residcnl After Crash . _. Sets Up Shop No Trace Found 01 Winnie Ruth Judd For Inquiry In Washington Says He Will Keep Sense Of Humor, And "Can Take It" Washington-W)-Newbold Nnr- ris, t h e - T r u m a n adm lustra lion "cleanup" man. set up shop for his corruption-in-povcrnmcnt investigation loday, l a u g h i n g at a barrage of criticism from members of his own party. The New Yorker likened the congressional heckling to the hazing inflicted on newcomers at many schools, and" declared: "This is, you know, an election year and I i n t e n d lo keep my sense of humor. I f Rosenberg, Lilicnthal and Achcson can take it, so can I." These references were lo Anna 'Rosenberg, assistant secretary of defense; David U Lilicnthai, former c h a i r m a n of the Atomic Energy Commission; and Secretary of State Achcson, All have been targets of congressional criticism and inquiry, Morris declared, in reply lo spec i f i c criticisms leveled against liim, t h a t he lias never been associated wilh any Communist front organization and t h a t ho has "never been involved in any ship den).' He asserted that if his investigation turns up irregularities, that 'act w i l l be promptly announced. "Mvon'l keep it secret," he said. Morris was greeted in his new office by Attorney General Mci, who appointed him last Friday as his special assistant for ho proposed government cleanup. Already his new job was com' plicated by these developments: I 1. An a d m i n i s t r a t i o n appointee, be immediately became the target of criticism from m a n y Rcpub- After Her Fifth Escape At Hospital Phoenix, Ari-/..-(/I')-A search for Winnie . H u l h Jurirl. rrd-haircrl t r u n k murderess nf *Jl c.irs ago, spread throughout' Arizona lud;iy w i t h police admitting t h e y were b a f f l e d by her di-vippearfuuT. Ofli'ci.s from border to border have been alerted to watch atl points of entry into the .stale unrl p a r t i c u a r l y roads le.fiding in:o Mexico, wl-crn some t h i n k .she may be headed. "We have no Hues," Sheriff L. C. 'Boic-: of Maricnpft C'ounty slated, "and none of the usual tips received have panned out." Winnie Ruin,' 4fl, dubbed Ihc " Woman" a f t e r she killed t w n women and distrlomlicrcd t h e i r bodies in I f W l , has'cluded capture since escaping from the Slate Hos- Price Watcher Dcmoncrau 2. The . possibility arose t h a t Morris himself might come under congressional scrutiny in connection with a profitable surplus ship deal. - - j L 3, A Mouse Judiciary Commit- I t , Ice is m a k i n g a separate investigation of McGrath's conduct nf the .Histice Department. Representative Keating ( R - N Y ) , who , Ssllc ns'director nf'the Offlre of i n i t i a l e d this probe, suggested in a telegram to Morris last night that he team up w i t h the corn- mil lee. 4. A federal G r a n d Jury began an i n q u i r y into income tax fiTcg- ularilics involving such figures as Abraham Tcitclbaurn a n d Henry i W. (The D u t c h m a n ) Grunewald. Panama Extends Term To End School Controversy Crewmen Of Freighter Aground Are Rescued F r a n k f u r t , Germany-(/TVAn IB- money alnnfc with "other f u n d s year-old American girli kidnaped designated as campaign contribu- by n gunman in U.S. u n i f o r m , was j lions. 1 found unharmed today in n Ger- j Explains Contributions man village near here. Thousands of American Military i Police and more t h a n 100,000 German police--the greatest manhunt in West Germany's postwar history --searched for thr u n k n o w n man "I assumed, honestly and sincerely, that these twn checks wore likewise so intended," ho said. "There had hcen absolutely nothing in the discussions or transac- who forced the girl's companions j (ions surrounding the b u i l d i n g of from their car at gun-point last Indian Bay Road to cause me to night and drove away with her. She is blue-eyed, red-haired Mamie R u t h Shclton, stepdaughter of M. Sgt. F. B. Burns of Hot Springs. Va. She was abducted at 7:30 o'clock last n i g h t . ' A n Army phone call at f) this morning told her mother that two Military Police corporals had found her a,t Niederriorffclricn, about 2fl miles from (he F r a n k f u r t suburb of Fechenheim, where she was seized. The girl was taken to the Army dispensary at nearby Hanaii, where an resting. officer said she was Record Revenue From Hunting License Sales think otherwise. "To describe my h a n d l i n g of these funds as a conversion of Panama -I/Pi- Panama's government yesterday released 25 student rioters and agreed to extend their interrupted school term to February 29, apparently settling t h e country's turbulent school controversy. Eighteen persons were injured Wednesday when the students and police clashed d u r i n g a dcin- onslralion demanding the term extension lo make up for time losl during a sludcnt and teacher political slrikc since November. The government had refused the extension. The government yesterday withdrew charges against the students and others in connection with the violence. Agreement to extend the term, which' ended J a n u a r y 31. came after a conference w i t h Ihc teachers union. Five Killed, 12 Hurl In Fire At Omaha Omaha - I/I') - Five, persons died and 12 were injured, one seriously, In a flash fire t h a t routed 40 pcr- j sons from the Liberty Apartments near downtown Omaha last night. I The dead, four men and one . woman, were f o u n d in their rooms I One body was tentatively idcnti- public monoy is ^ u t t e r l y ridicu- j fieri from panel's as t h a i of J. ·!$. j novich, a railroad pensioner. Iden- j lou He continued: Mnrchcad City, N. C.-f/Pj-Tv/cn- ty-six crewmen of the stranded Panamanian freighter Miget came ashore a t Portsmouth Island f i v e miles s o u t h of Ocracoke Island early today. The men abandoned the storm- tossed freighter qnd escaped in a life boat. The Fort Macon C6a.t Guard station here said the men were in good condition, but were being sent to the Ocracoke Coast Guard Station for mcdica; attention. . ' The freighter ran aground on treacherous shoals off Cape Haler- as yesterday. A Coast G u a r d PRY f l y i n g from the Morohcad City station locate'*! flic Miccl around midnight. The plane dropped flares .iver the yhip and reported answering flares. i Invitation To Greece And Turkey Is Pushed nally (D-Tcx) said loday that admission of Greece and Turkey i n t o tho North A t l a n t i c Treaty Or- J gani?.alion w i l l "add more t h a n a h a l f a million armed and trained soldiers to the defenses of the Atlanta. Ga. comment. pt the job'.licfore he n, h u t on arrival ir* A r n n l l refused to Schools Reopen In Little Rock Confefence Set; Mony Absentees Little nock-M'j-Litllc Rod: public schools, which have been closed because nf an i n f l u e n z a - t y p e infection, reopened today. But there were 603 more pupils absent lodny t h a n when , officials dc idcd to close the schools Insl Tuesday. .Sup).. Harry A. Little called 3 conference for this afternoon with City H e a l t h . O f f i c e r " Dr.' Mason Lawson. Little tiild he is unric- cided about closing, the schools again. ^Schools in several other A r k a n - sas cities were closed last week because of the outbreak, but health official.-: had.thought the virus was subsiding. Royal Cmiplr. Rest* p i t a l for Insane .SM.irday nijjht. I She opened a l h i r d - ? l o i y \ \ i r u l u w ' and slid down a -la-fool rupo im- ''· j.Tnviscd Ironi res t r a i n i n g strap-;, i Police are s t i l l checking re )orts · she. f l e d In » d a r k colo/cn sedan ! w a i l i n g outside t h e nine-fool I barbed wire hospital fonrr. i It was her f i f t h escape from the i n - t i l u U o n , Dr. M. W. Con way. dire-dor of I lie hospital, fiaid "Thr IT is no d u u b t she had A'lfiut a week a en we received a t i p t h a t Mrs. Judd was noint; to o u t side help to m a k e another escape. WR pui a special guard outside t h e v.'.ird. He stayed there three n i g h t s before we decided il was just a n o t h e r rumor and took the C.uard o f f . " Dr. Cross Heard In Exercises At University Degrees Conferred Af Service In Field House Uemcos were conferred on fi30 graduate* Saturday night in the University's a n n u a l mid-year commencement exercises in the Field House. Provost Joe Cnvington, acting head of the Unlvcrslly, presented the diploma-,. Dr. George L. Cross, president of .the University of Cklahum,i, told I h c graduate* in the commencement address preceding the awarding of jlcgrccs that Soviet Russia i.-j "slowly w i n n i n g the in- Umiufih n u r ^.., ,._.,,,.. ........-q - t q offer .a positive a l t e r n a t i v e plan which would bring hope to the pcopJe." Dr. Cross warned t h a i oilier nations may well believe t h a t the Unilcd Stale,-; 1 motives in frying lo prevent the spread of Communism arc selfish--designed lo "preserve our own standards of l i v i n g regardless of what may happen to the rest of the world." "And Ihe disheartening thing," o.s jL-onlimicd, "is that this may be ti uc--that we really don'l care w h a t happens anywhere else in Ihc world so long as our own way of l i f e is not Interrupted." Dr. Cross termed Soviet Russia "a symptom, not a cause." He explained t h a t Communism ha.- gained support of masses of "despairing people" because they thought Communism offered some improvement in their l i v i n g conditions. Cor, Truck Collide On H'ghway 71 North Of Springdale A ftcrie* "f weekend t r a f f i c f i e r i - ' dent* bronchi injury to' five persons in Washington County, 'including .tri unidentified hitchhiker' who, although hurt, left the Hccnc of an accident before police arrived. M'.ipt seriously h u r t of the accident victims was Mrs. Ada P.vlc, 72. M i d l a n d , Texas; who Buffered a fractured left knee, fractured bones of the right hand, head and neck i n j u r ' w and cuts.-bruises and shock 1 in an accident two miles north of Sprinijdale on U.S. Highway 71 at 7:40 o'clock this morning. State Trooper Wayne Hydcn said Mrs. Pylc was riding in a . 1951 Cadillac sedan driven by n. M. Edwards, 59, Fort Sumncr, N. M. Hydcn calrl Edwards wa.i [ traveling north when his car wss struck head-on by a south-bound pickup driven by Floyd Drymnn. .14, Lowell, Koulo I. Drymon's light truck had been thrown out of control after s t r i k i n g a dog. Mrs. Pylc nnd Drymon, who was thrown lo the pavement by the Impact, were brought to County Hospital in a Calltabif-Sisco ambulance. Edwards was brought to the ' hospital by Trooper Myden. At noon both drivers had been released from the hospital after receiving first, aid treatment for cuts and bruise* about the head and chcsl. A hospital spokesman said Mrs. Pyle's condition was FC- riouw but not critical. No charge was filed. Other Mlihap* Two earlier accidents occurre-l at the name time Saturday afternoon--one in KaycttcviJle and the second at Greenland. Jo Ann Hall, 10, daugjUcr ot Mrs, Kathryu Hall ol KaycttevlUr, was struck down by. an nutomn- bllc driven by Hurt Langlcy, 33. Kaycltcville, Route 1, as she darted into the pfilh of his car on North College Avenue "in front o( ihn Ozark. Theatre. City police said witncaftc*'- reported · thc» child ran directly into the path of the auto-' mobile?. There Is no pedestrian lane at the location of the accident. Umgley, who was'not charged in conhcc'tion with the accident, took the child to County Hospital where she WRS released after examination. At the same time--3;05 p.m.--an unidentified hitch-hiker was injured at Greenland when tho pickup in which he \va« a passenger crossed over the center Uric and collided with qn on- comlnjt..passenger car. The sheriff's office reporter! that the truck driver, P. H. Evans of Winslow, escaped . injury. -He was charged with.failure to yield the right-of-way.. The occupants of tho other vehicle, also cscancd. injury. They were the driver* Loo C. Rose, Mrs. Leo Hose, and C. P. Rose, nil of Lawrence, Kun. The officers reported that the'- hitch-hiker, who had thumbed a As I ride with Svans, appeared to have solution, he urged- t h a t ! been injured but disappeared from Americans t u r n again to religion and democracy as guides to living; try to sec themselves as other pc:plcs see them; acquire ;. grcM- rd knowledge of other people; and develop an international social consrlouxncs*. "Our way of living, our Americanism c a n compete with the ideas advanced hy the Soviet Union only if we are able to show how we- cnn offer greater' opportunities for improvement in )hi* lives of ihcse people," he declared, . . Wj need to learn to l i v e in a more, positive fashion--lo j a c t u a l l y practice Ihe principle.-: nf : religion and democracy i hich we the scene after witnesses had , called a Watson's ambulance. Various Sections Hit By Three Storms (By Tht Associated Preii) Three storms which brought the country a wide variety of weather over the weekend converged today, boding high winds and rain for New England. One had whipped up a blizzard in the Central Rockies Saturday that took three lives, and blanketed the center b( thr continent with rain, light snow and freezing drizzle as it m o u n t a i n lodge given them by the |.. ralielnn ,.,' ' nl ',,,.,,,,," and f u g colony for a wcrl'ling present. | CONTINUED ON PACK ELEVEN l i f i c a t i n n of the other bodies was i wept." "In order to remove any doubt i n n l immediately possible because C n n n a l l y , c h a i r m a n of the Sen- of their burned condition. Mr Foreign Relations Committee, Cause o f . t h o fire was not dolor- hoped to got" Ihc Sena to lo ap- as to tho propriety of having turned (his monoy over to the campaign fund, I have instructed my attorneys to Immediately deposit the f u l l sum into t h e regislry of the Tulaski Circuit Court. I am requesting this court to determine whether it should be returned to the parties who gave It to inn to do with ft* they Intended at Ihe lime 1 received it. or whether it is the properly of the state." Adams appeared voluntarily Washliif;tnn-(/p|-Thc 4ft states hnd a record gross revenue of $37,840,701 from sale of 1 2,(lfi0.flM ! d u r i n g the At'tlil Commission's Inh u n t i n g licenses d u r i n g Ihe year | vcsllgntlon of Iho State Highway which rnrlwl .limn .10, mil. Ihr ! Deparlmenl, nr.d Ir.slified t h a t he Fish and W l l d l i f o Servicp reported I was w i l l i n g lo pay the mm inln CONTINUED ON i'A;r. Timr.r- { . | mitifd. Arson Squad Capl. Han j M u l w i h c y said it a p p a r e n t l y .started I on Ihc top floor of the 2Mr-story ] brick and frame structure nnd ; spread rapidly. j Berkley Plans Hospital Treatment For Eye Washington -f/Tj- Vice President Hark toy will enter the N a v y Medical Center Wednesday for treatment of an eye disorder, narkley 5-aid he expects In he in thr hospital, at nearby Relhe.i(ln, Md., » wrrk nr 10 days. prove for a ccond lime the "prn- lorol i n v i t i n g Cireccr and Turkey i n t o the anli-Communi.'.t «roup of nation*. 11 Tuesday, u r l t h only six .senators present, the .Senate r a t i f i e d thr t r e a t y change, hut Senator G i l l e t t e ( D - l , a ) asVrrt ronsi/leralion when members are on h a n d . The Wtathcr-- Arkansas -- Partly cloudy and Harold L. Ickes, Ex-Interior Secretary, Dies In Hospital e a t li came q u i e t l y at dusk voslcd;i.v lo H a r old I., . 77. the Mr-'.v Dealer . whore t h n r p wit ;md b l u n t speech stormed for. two tle(·adc^ across t h e n a t i o n a l i;rene. Ickes, self-styled "Old Ciinnud- Ceon," died at fi:2f p. m. in a coma in a hospital here, l i e succumbed alter an l l - « e c k illness f o l l o w i n g complication of an ilcl a r t h r i t i c condition. V i r t u a l l y an u n k n o w n lii 10,12 when President K r a n k l l n ft. Roose- v e l t appointed him /ecretnry ol t h e interior. Ickes had become one of the most l i n h t i l c n t (iRures In politics hy lIMfi, when he resigned. "A u n i q u e liirure In American cooler I h i ' a f t e r n o o n and to'nlthl. ' public l i f e !.· lost lo Ihe nalion." Tuesday Hc^r in p a r l l v cloudv and j Pnvltlrnl T r u m a n commented l.isl cool, lowest tcmptrMures .tn-34.i n i R h t , tfcclarms; "He was w i t h a l nnd a many-sided true palriol whose p/issinj; leaves a void in our national l i f e not easily f i l l e d . " funeral services arc scheduled for 2:':o p. in. ( D S T l Wednesday at Alt Soul's U n i t a r i a n Church in W a i h l n R t o n . The Mev. Palfrey P e r k i n s nf Kim's Chapel, Moslon, M.iss., v.-ill preside. will be at Sandy Spring, Md. Ickes was horn March IS, 1871, near HollldnysbiirR In B l a i r County, Pn. He was graduated from the University of Chicago with « bach- elor'i degree and entered .newspaper, work. Later, he took .1 law cours; and began practice in 1807. The Interior secretaryship was hK .first public office. S u r v i v o r * are his wife, two suns ami .1 daughter, A third, w i t h winds ranging up to 75 miles an hour, lashed the A t l a n t i c Coast and drove a 2.600- lon freighter aground off Cape llatteras. N. C., ar it took .1 northeastward course paralleling the seaboard. Former Rogers Youth Drowns In Florida Word was received here today of the death by d r o w n i n g of Charles Gilbert Hays, Jr., 14. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hays, formerly of Rogers and Joplin, Mn. He drowned last Saturday at Palm Beach. Fla.. where the family had just moved from Tallahassee. A boat in \vhlch he was riding w i l h a friend overturned. The other youngster was raved. The father formeily was Chamber of Commerce secretary : R l Rogers and l a t e r «t Joplin, moving to Florida in 1948. In addition to his parents, the boy Is survived by n sijtcr, Calherlnt, 11, Funeral 'services were lo b« conducted this nllcrnoon »t ' o'clock .it St. John's Episcop*' Church in

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