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^THI PUIUC MUTMIIT · THI FIRST CONCIRN Of THIS NIWSMKt Associated frnt LtaMd Win AP, King and NEA Features VOtUMI 90, NUMIfft 161 Ml PMKAST-- . ·:-;-|f /ayetteville and vicinity partly'} ...judy and colder tonight with'j temperatures 28 to .12. Tomorrow : | partly cloudy and continued 'cool. 5 High temperatures 45; noon toe 7:12; sunset 5:5.1, lures yesterday .64; 3 low 45; noon today s{'. Sunrise } ARKANSAS, FRIDAY IVININC, riBRUART "i." lf«" Big Aluminum Plant Goes To Arkadelphia Announcement Fighting Words To Benton Business Leoders Threaten To Sue; Helena Disappointed Little Rock-W)-Reynolds Metal, Company yesterday selected thi tile for ils new, $30,000,000 aluminum plant, bringing joy to one Arkansas city and fighting word: from another. The hippy citizens oE Arkadelphia Thursday soundei. sirens blew whistles and grabbed foi extra newspaper editions to reac that the plant would be located in the nearby Clark County community of Gum Springs. But in Benton, just 22 miles north on Highway 67, angry business lea'ders talked of "collusion' and threatened to file suit against buth Reynolds and the Arkansas Power and Light Company. At, the third city thai fought for the -plant, Walter L. !' Morris, president of I he Phillips County Chamber of Commerce said he .was "disappointed" because Helena lost oul. but lhat "we're happy lhat Reynolds is locating in Arkansas.' 1 BUI Of Particulars A committee of the Benton- Bauxite Chamber of Commerce, headed by Joe G. Gerard, i. Saline County cattle breeder, released a lengthy bill of particulars, which it had kept secrel since January 27 i'he committee charged that: i. A'P L had allempted to gain control of Benton's city-owned light power system. AP L agents represented their company as having a say in final location of the a l u m i n u m plant in an" attempt to pressure directors of the municipal utility to enter a long-term lease agreement with AP L, the committee said. 'i. Reynolds' new plant could "be justified on the basis of being economically sound" only by be-1 treasurer; Glenn Sowder, Wash- Strange Story- About Fish Told By Well Driller Shanrlon, .Calif.-(/P)-Joe Biseg- lia was happy to strike water at 600 feet while drilling a well near here, but he was astonished to see fish come bubbling up too. The fish resemble miniature tuna, Biscglia said today. He described them as about \% inches long and having small spikes in* stead of fins on their backs. He explained t h a t ' " i s well lies near the San Andrea earthquake fault and the fish may come from an underground cavern formed there. Home Demonstarion Clubs Meet MICE FIVI CINTS Boy Scouts lo Take Over" In City Monday Will Fill'Off ices And Serve As Business Leaders Boy Scouts will "lake over" 78 ey positions in government, busi- icsses, and public institutions Monday in Fayettcvillc as part of | he annual Boy Scout I'ay. The Fayettcville Scouts will rc- 'orl for auty at 9 a. m. and will emain on their jobs until 4 p. m., earning about the positions from hi: adults who regularly fill them. Mayor of Fayetle-'ille for th lay will be Jerry Lee, a studen h- the high school. Larry Keribes f Washington. School'will be mu ilcipal judge, Bobby Whitfield Vashington School, will be cir uit judge, and Robert Chambers cabody School, will be chancery udje. Other Scouts in offices will be Arthur Lee Evans, Jefferson olice chief; George. Berryman Jr., Washington, city engineer Howell Trumbo, Washington, cilj The president and two members of Ihe Washington Counly Women's Home Demonstration Club Counci are shown during the quarterly meeting held yesterday al the American Legion Hut. More than 200 persons representing 40 clubs attended the mcclinr. Left lo right arc Mrs. Hugh W i l l i a m s president- Mrs. I. J. Kirkpalrick, secretary; and Mrs. Asa H i l l , (l-'uska T1MESFOTO). ' ' ' ' Allies Ready With Reply To Red Proposal More Definite For Major Conference On Asian Problems p| efl( |j n0 r In Highway Suit *Jlie Qinlet ·r THE OBSERVE! : ! The clock on the top of the courthouse has been repaired, arid Munsan, Korea - l/P) - Armistice ! negotiators will hold a f u l l dress | session tomorrow to hear the Allies' answer to a Communist : proposal for a high lavcl conference lo settle all Asian questions related to peace in Korea. ; Some observers said they expect the U.N. reply to include a counter-proposal. The Reds' time-point plan was offered Wednesday as an outline ing placed as close as possible lo Reynolds' a l u m i n u m bauxite processing planl at Hurricane Creek, near Bei ton. 3. Reynolds had in. : iircd [he entire alunv'num industry hy "their tactics nf evasion and refusal to give consideration to the placing of their plant on the most economically sound basis, as promised." 4. A Reynolds plant site selection committee member had indicated that AP L would give his company "concessions" on power rates al the Arkadelphia' location. Threatens Suit Gerard said last night that the Chamber of Commerce intends to file suit against both companies in an effort to recover money it spent,in its fruitless effort to land the planl. "We're going, to sue them for $50,000, and we're going lo sue AP L for 550,000, too."- saiti Gerarc. "We're going to expose this thing. "Reynolds has made fools of a I of us, Helena and the o t h e r s They've known since December that they were jroing .o put the plant in Arkadelphia." Gerard expressed it desire to get C. Hamilton Moses, president of AP L on a witness stand because, "If wo can get him on the stand, he's going lo have to admit there was collusion between him and Reynolds, or he's going to have tn admit that he's given Arkadelphia better power rales tn this than he's agreed cinity." In Littb Rock, Moses declined lo comment on the committee's specific charges, but insisted /hat, "AP L had nothing whatever to do with the location of the Reynolds plant. Our company took the firm position that it would furnish Reynolds with the power it required in any localily it chnse CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO Poultry Morket -- The poultry market today as re. ported by the University of A r - , . . kansns Institute of Science and %!! Technology and the Dairy a n d ! , , , Poultry Market News Service of lief,,; thu'U. S. Department of Agrlcul- - -· turc, inglon, city clerk; Jimmy Swartz high' school, fire chief; Bobby Hudgcns, Kenneth Coffey and Gary Burke, all or Lev- cretl, and Donnie McGaugh, Mike Shirley an*d Gary Crcighton, a! of ,Washington, firemen; Sloan Duvall, Washington, assistant police chief; Michael P".gc, 'Levcrctt Charles Hay Lcdbeltcr, Jefferson, and Milan Crcighton, Jr., David Mulkey, and Kay Patton, Washington, patrolmen; B. .L. Lewis, Jr., Washington city attorney; Everett Vaughn of Bates School, county welfare director; Marian Sanderguard L..-1'ercU, circuit clerk; Kowarc Pennel, J» fferson, county assesso Billy \Vhitfield, Washington, county clerk; Paul Young Ilf, Washington, county collector; Jimmy C. Watson, Jefferson, county health officer; Bryan .Speck, Washington, county agricultural agent; R a y- burn Myers, Jefferson, county jailer; Sherman Tucker, Leverett, county judge; Elwood Whitchurch, Jr., Leveret:, County Hospital manager; Peter Jenkins, Levcrelt, County Hospital clinical director; Keith Pliillips, Leverett, county librarian; Hugh Wilson, Levcrelt, county v.'tifaie director; J. C. Atherton, Jr., Leverett, county school supervisor; James Porbis, Jefferson, county sheriff; Oliver Tucker, Leverett, sheriff's office deputy; Bcrnie Lee Kcvinxa and David Slade, Washington, deputies sheriff; Leonard McCandlcss, Washington, county treasurer; Ronnie Woodruff, Washington, city librarian: Nikki teller, Levcrelt, Western Union manager; David Rushing, CONTINUED ON PAGE TWO I those who work in the building of proposed recommendations to i claim the timepiece now tolls cor- governments involved in the Ko- I rcan War. It calls for a conference , within three months after an i armistice is signed In consider withdrawal of foreign troops from Korea, peaceful settlement of the Korean question and other questions relating to the Korean prob- · lemr " ' ' " " ' '~~ lp Washington sources said the ' rectly Ihe time of day. Blowup Breaks Precedent, Only Hurts Hostler '. 1 Dorado, Ark.-f/Pj-Thirlecn years ago a locomotive of the liny I" Dorado and Wesson Railroad - . exploded, killing Ihe night h'osllcr.' of Formosa. ] Unifcd Slates is .prenarc'd to accept the first two points, but will balk at the Ihird, which could include such subjects as Ihe future Yesterday, lhc boiler'of the same j The plenary session nn armistice, locomotive exploded again, scat-: agenda item five is sol for 10 a. m. tcrini; smashed parts as far as 400 ] Saturday (B p. m. F,ST Friday) in feet, shattering window panes in j Panmunjom. f a house near t h e roundhouse; dam-! Staff officers still are Irving t o ! aging a parked auto, and injuring | reach an AVccment 'on the t w o ' hustler James H. Reynolds, 47. j other remaining agenda items Reynolds suffered burns and | truce supervision and prisoner ex- :uts, but his condition was not | change. Neither grouo made aelieved to be serious. The El Dorado and Wesson -has only 14 miles of Iracl: and operates between F,I Dorado and Wesson, 12 miles southwest of here. Officials will continue operations with one locomotive. Overhaul Of Highway' Department Planned Little Rock-(/P)-A special mect- ng of the Arkansas Highway Commission is on tap for next This was announced today bv -tighway Director Olen Fullcrton. No date has been set. On the reorganization commit- ce are Fullcrton, State Comptrol- cr Lee Joy Bcasley, Dean Paul Wilam, University of Arkansas College of Business Administra- ion, and Harold Balch, Litlle Rock iccountant. Fullcrton said il was; derided, iubjcct lo Highway Commission ifjproval, lo employ a Liltlc Rock iccounting firm to revamp the lighway Department's accounting ystem. He explained thai University irofcssors would be asked to landlc personnel matters, with a -lew to establishing a merit sys- cm and job classification for ighway personnel. Would Investigate Programs Washington - (fT) - Representative alhings (D-Arki has introduced resolution urging a House in- esligation of "immoral .or olhcr- isc offensive" radio and tele- ision programs and books. noli'Table proercss Friday. Officers working on Ihc .supervision ciucsl : on devoted most of their one hour and 53 m i n u t e session to discussing troop rotation and norfs of entry. Both sides refused lo budac. The Reds held oul for inspection at three ports of entry on cither side of the, battle line and a monthly troop rotation ceiling of 25,000 men. The U.N. argued for in ports of entry and a rotation ceiling of 4fl,000. Attorney General Requests Court To Obtain Information Liltlc Rock-M'j-Pulaski Counly Court has been asked by Ally. Gen. Ike Murry lo require def e n d a n t s in the Indian Bay Road suit lo make their pleadings "more ! definite and certain." The attorney general yesterday asked the court' lo remove Mr and Mrs. P. P. George and W. C. Story an parties to the action, Murry · f l l e d - t h e suit aualnst Arkansas Highway Cohimlsslonoi Charlie Adams of Hughes and Henry Woods, executive secretary lo Governor · McMalh. He con- t e n d s ' t h a i $2,HBi the Georges and Slory raised by public subscription lo finance improvements on lhc Indian Bay road in Monroe Counly wound - u p in McMalh's 'campaign f u n d instead of the stale treasury. , Adams and Woods were accused of misapplication of stale funds in the civil action, which seeks recovery of the 52,1)61. Murry asked that Adams and slate whether they con- Princess Elizabeth Proclaimed Queen Of British Empire Thousands Jam Milk Producers Seek Early Action On Injunction Order Wonds tend: "I. Thai Ihe money helongs to the McMalh campaign fund, or 2, lhat the money belongs to Monroe County Judge Paul Daugh- erly, W. C. Slory and P. P. George, or 3. lhat the defendants Kfforls to speed up a court case 1 i n v o l v i n g an order issued hy the Board of Health forbidding a Fay- ctlcvilic dairy from scllini; milk w i t h a Grade A label, were made today by members of Ihe Board of Directors of the Northwest Ar-! kansas M i l k Producers Assocln-j lion; who askcrt (he help of Mayor j Powell M. Rhea and Ihe City Council of Faycltevillc. Three I :ifficcrs of Ihe association and a! director conferred with the mayor, this morning and handed him lhc; 'ollowlng resolution: | To Ihe Mayor and Ihc C i l y j Council of Ihc C i t y , of Faycltc-j villc, Arkansas: i Whereas, We, as members of t h e ! Northwest Arkansas M i l k Pro- Ulcers Association, are interested n selling the best milk possible iiulcr the local, county and state! 'Cgulalions. and j Whereas, we have improved o u r ! ,1'adc of milk since we have had! he supervision of lhc local and' ounty sanitation officers, mid Whereas, we are endeavoring In norovc our products at all times ! nd I Whereas, we wish to register 1 ir objection lo any i n d i v i d u a l ' olatlng any rules and regulations f the local, stale and counly gov- rnmcnl by selling Grade A milk fter Ihc health authorities have etermincd lhal such proctucls are ol Grade A, and. Whereas, we seek lhc assistance f the i celling court action acainst any iolalor of the Arkansas Stale Board of Health rules and regulations, and Whereas, we do nol feel thai II is f a i r f a n d just that our organiza- t i o n ' I s required lo* live up lo'ihe' standard which ils members arc Bulletin Masnolla -f/I'i- An official of Southern Slate (,'olleee said Inday adoption hy Arknnui* Tol- lmen of Ihr Kurd l-'nunilallun "hold experiment" In Icarhcr education would | lr the nmsl severe hlo«- dealt education In this state In recent years. Dr. Claude A. Voeman, chairman nf Hit Southern Stale Dlvislini /of Education and member of Hie Steering Committee for ntudy of Ihe nronos«l Mid In? experiment would: ''I, .Surrender the direction nf (he Arkansas education pro- Br»m Into Ihc liatidn of lhc Ford Foundation. Never in the hls- lory of edurt'li.n hug any Amfr- icnn slutc t i jueh action. "Z. Accelerate the movement of wrll-prennrcd teacher* fnim Arkansas and create i more severe .shortage, of teachers. "3. Dcmorillfe and destroy Irachcr education facilities In all slate colleeen--except for the xtatc'3 graduate program now controlled by the University. "i. Uisllltixion Arkansas taxpayers and leave thr educational nj-steni In a lUle of eon- ftifilon." rcas, we seek the assistance i i i - f- . A Mayor and the City Council j /V\Qny (jQl AWQV Ing court action against any W i t h Murder, making an endeavor to do and t h a t any competitor should not be made lo meet the same sland- " o w , therefore, feel that r^/-v/-fj~.f U'UClOl C'bicnfio-M'j-A Cincinnati 'doctor contended today that fewer, people die from heart disease than icJIcved, more people die In ac- i cuts than .is realized and l h a l ! ny people gel away with mur- j Historic Castle For Ceremony New Ruler Approves Funeral Plans For K ng George VI j I-ondmi-MVEliiabclh If was , proclaimed mieen of the realm lo; day. A trinlc f a n f a r e of trumpets 1 heralded the public reading of the i proclamation lo tightly Jammed I IHoii'.inds o( her subjects in a me, dieval ceremony at historic St. 'James' Palace. I Sir George Bellcw, 50, c.irlcr \ king-o'-arms. uleppcd forward 3iirl : read the st'ttcment by the Acces- ; sion Council declaring the 25- · year-old sovereign "queen of this ! realm and of her other realms np.d i territories, head of the Cominon- ! wealth,'defender nf Ihc faith." i - ·The.'Coldslrvam Guards nlayed . ' the national anthem, \vhlch now : has become "God Save The . Quern." and Britain, her colonies ] and the Commonwealth were for- j mally under the reign of a wo- j man fnr the first time since Queen j Victoria died 51 years aso. j An hour earlier. Inside the palacn the new queen had appeared before the council and plcdnori that she would "accord- Ing to the true intent of the enactment* which secure Protestant succession to the throne of my rcnbn, u n h o l r l - a n d m a i n t a i n tl-e, said enactments to the best of my powers, according to law." These formal duties discharged, i Ellzabct/i and her husband, the i duko nl Edinburgh, planned a.tor- Irowtui.iaOsmiie.drlve to the royal estate at Sandrfngham, where the lime is of the essence in requiring I immediate action . . . and lhat any I v j c , v ' 0] delay In bringing to trial a hearing on any outstanding Injunction allows an operator to transacl his business over a period of months free f r o m : all supervision Dr, Frank It. Dulr.j based his cw on two facts--vlnlcnl death doesn't always leave tell-tale marks on the surface of the vlc- irn's body and some communities . not require autopsies in cases w h l l °!of sudden deaths. b-itty'.o'.klng Goorae VI. clad In the uniform of .art 1 admiral or the fleet, lay .awaiting her homwce. The king's death Wednesday had brought her hurrying 4,000 inilc£ homeward from East Africa, where ' accession to the throne reached her. , As the anlhcm ended the ceremonies at St. 'James'* Palace,-a 41-gun salute from the royal, household artillery boomed out In such Injunction is In force. We j n u tra i'q i«oi-hl«l with ih,-1 I l y d c PArk ;l ra " c away - A " ask the assistance of Ihc Mayor associated w i t h the !,,,,.,,,., ,, ui.v. ·,,,., M... and ^council to have such matters in he brought before the court at the earliest possible dates. -The resolution was sijmed by n. B. Crouch, president; II. A. Pond, secretary; William Gutcn- sobn, director and C. A, Carncs, director. ' make no allegation as lo Ihe own^ Plant Cleared j ership of lhc money, or 4. whelher i Ur. ri. E. Smallv.-ood, who was i C..L ft I' n ' ' they deny that the stale of Ar- j then dlslrict medical director, re- j jfiCK POIICC UMflUP coroner's office of Hamilton Coun- i ! Britain Hags which had fluttered ty, Ohio, and Ihc Keltcrlng L of Health. College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati Fort Smith Residents kansns has any interest and arc contesting the claim lo said money." thereto | ported December 20 removal of state's ! thc'Gradc A rating from milk and | milk products 'of the Clcnn's Crashes; No Injuries ^icC:hord Air Kon-e Base, Wash -W)-A C-124 Globemastcr, the biggest operational troop carrier used by the Air Force, crashed and burned here late last night, but the If) men aboard escaped. The giant aircraft, attached lo tlic 62nd Troop Carrier Wine, was I en route home from Hawaii with a crew of 13 and three passengers. Base officials said the plane crashed short of a runway. Two erev.' members received j minor cuts and bruises. Officials' said a ground fog may have contributed tn lhc accident. i at half staff since the death jcorgc were hauled to the | ton of their standards. There they will fly for six hours in celebration and honor of the new queen be- for dipping again to half staff in. mourning until the king is buried next Frdiay: Last Rites Set Uli/abcth has approved the arrangements /or her father's i'un- cral which were made by her councillors. The last service and · u I burial will lake nlaro al St. at Windsor a *m today . · . ·... , · .,-, - · - - i A gun carriage escorted bv the and cooperate with the military." royi ,| hors? arti |i cr y will .bear the plain o a k ' c o f f i n from Sandringham to a funeral train on Monday, En London it will again bo borne on an artillery carriage to the hit|h vaulted chamber of Westminster i A spokesman said the action in- volvcs polk"; processing complaints : about military personnel.'* The Army operates a training base at nearby Camp Chaf/cc. ' The re-solution has not formally Kay Heads Board Lillle P.oc!-(/I')-.I. Forl Smith-f/Pj-A group of _ citizens has adopted a resolution [ George's Chanei" Adams had asked that Story | Hairy, FayeUcvillc. Smallivood al J asking the City Commission to j wc 'ck from today and the Georges be made parties · that time reported the disappear- | "clean up their police d e p a r t m e n t ; lo the suit on lhc ground that ''the «"cc of a quantity of products controversy cannot be resolved which he said had been q u a r a n - wilhout the .presence of persons * tined al the dairy December I I who delivered the money." I by heallh officers. The removal M u r r y countered thai both ·"' lhc ri 'ling bad nothing to do George and Story testified under:'"'" 1 Glenn's plant, S;.iallwood oath before the Highway A u l i l ; anncunced at the lime, but resulted from what Glenn "did and sr.i' 1 " in connection with that Incident. The dairy was instructed tn ro- move or blot out the Grade A i was mystified by the action, labels on ils milk bottles and . ouotcd the provost marshal al paper cartons, and Smallwinid for- Camp Chaffcc. Capt. Rnscno Noble. I bade the d.nry lo sell milk and '. »s saying he knew nothing about I milk products in Arkansas as an !f complaints. I Grade A "until such lime ;i the * | Arkansas slate Board of Heallh ' Many Rectlrt Training | and the city of FayeUcvillc f i n d ! Washington - f/l'j - The Veterans i t h a t your products and operations. Administration reported today that Commission t h a t they had claim lo the money and lhat it was lo he p a i d ' t o the state or the state Highway Commission. Murry also said Mrs. George is dead. Oklanoman Forfeits $25 Appearance Bond j of Mayor Jack Pace. He recently I underwent suigcrv. · Police Chief Pink Shaw said he He Frank Ii-iy : A M here 3 lo the forfeit! ed to IJal!. to lie in state in the palace where Parliament i-it5. On Friday morning there will be a state funeral procession. And then a train will bear the royal coffin to Windsor, where an an- rifnt royal castle stands atop a of Little Rock has been appointed I ""i m o n l nR- icncy of a minor, bond when he fail- i- in Municipal Court chairman of the Stale Board o^ I Clifford rifviov. He succeeds Arnold Sikcs, H-l^^'l who was named stale agent last week. McBridc, 17, was a r - 1 yesterday afternoon by j Two Promise Fight If Truman Tries To Run RFC ! Sheriff Bruce Crider. He was charged in connection with caus- in/| his iwn son?, 11 and 15 years lf ' hat scems ' °" a " old, to solicit money under the f.uisc of selling needles and collecting for the Boy Scouts. y- Panama Frees Ousted !,'" President From'Joil On December 20, William Glenn, t r a i n i n g under the GI bill at the operator of Glenn', r.-.iry, filed a · close of 105I. a drop of only Hi a complaint in Washington Chan- · I'd 1 cent below the 1,700,000 total i-'ONTINUF.D ON .'AOL - l A U - a t Ihe end nf tri.'0. Political League To Bring McMalh Here For Address February 14 Northwest Arkansas m a r k e t ·teady, demand good, offc--'.:iRs light. Prices paid f.o.b. farm up lo 2 p. m., broilers and fryers nil said, adding he would challenge trading. McDonald a Ilc'publiran ''anama'-WVKx-Presirtcnt Ar; Ino legality of such a step In any is c h a i r m a n of the SKC. ' i " u "° Al ' iils wfl -i released from j a i l ''· ' Senator Maybanl. (D-SD, who ''"''V fl nd was Mill In politics. 1(1 ·innrnvi. hi. nnn,i.»iin.. .,,,,,,," i i P M, 1 ' 1 "-'"'" ; ' lso '""'i* 'he H a n k i n g Committee, an- months a f t e r his'jsovernmcnl was League. The program w i l l Mart at of Harrv A Mervf n P H ? - n ? i , Wl " ;ish " 1C · S(ni ' 1( ' """'H-ed yesterdav Ihe groi.p "wi'l ^"Ihrown in a bloody coup ' ' ' o f H a . r y A . McDonald to head the Banking Commiltee "lo take a nol again consider" nppro^ng. Alcibiades Arosemcna, Installed M ' t · S ° " Gov, Sid McMalh will speak at j auspices of Ihe Political League, the University under sponsorship ' President G r i f f i n said today. Me of the American Collegialv Politi- '. *nnnanee\ t h a t Mayor I'ratt'rjem- eal League the n i g h t of February 14, II wan announced torlay by I'residenl Paul G r i f f i n , . I r , of t h e 7 o'clock in the ballroom lending agency, look Into the law books and f i n d ,.,Ml ,L , . · · " - · - - J . ..-,'.. ...... mi; , )lw uulll.h IIIIO MHO wnl'e nnolner federal agency Me- 'out whether the president prop- the mcl of Little liock, elected nn a Ilcpptiblicim ticket, will speak at the Union the n l n h l ol February 28. Hit; subject will be "Morality In Government." G r i f f i n said he hns corresponded nonairii L T, ' ^ y ,, c oul whclncr »"c president prop- has ended He said the grou , lm n es!l g , nt Z. hCatlS " " nd0r " W ' SC :^.^« k ".? v . er .' : !'« '!«*W- -"^"^ .'.ihlnV «K' The president ... ., - - - . - . ........ o, - - - - - - ................ . ", 1 . 1 " 1 ".'? !. lnusc ""lujry , ;'.-· President m Arias' place after : be Introduced by University Slu- Sludenl Union. The governor w i l l , al Icnglh w i t h Frank McKinncy, r h i i u m n n of Ihr Democratic llonal Commiltee, and with Na- Oiiy hill of stone in the peaceful valley of Ihe Thames River. The king will be buried within the castle's St. Georges. Chapel, resting place for the bones of many another sovereign. There ars buried the late king's father and every other British monarch froro the days of George III, except foi ! the last reigning queen, Victoria. I Every store in London will clo?e on the day of the funeral. The BBC cancelled all comedy nhows, dance music and other light entertainment, both on the radio and nn television, until after the king's funeral. i Ruliri To Atltnd i Six foreign sovereigns. President Vincent Aurlol of France, and iminy princes and former royal personages wore expected to attend. President Truman announced Secretary of State Dean Ache-ion will represent him at the service. The duke of Windsor, elder brother of the late king, stalled from New York last night aboard the Queen Mary to attend. Prime Minister Winston Churchill paid a nation's tribute to the late king in a broadcast which was' relayed through most o( the world. F.motlon tinned his re- COCTINUtn ON p AOB TWO .yv-'-T-"--· Tht » 2 . a ' M C ""* ** »° un "' ^mHn«ihad-,oldVscSdei' e ':| A House mostly 2 "' Iwtlon he was prepared to run thelmlltcc ii has ll.u coup and rlnls early laH May, ! dent Hotly President J i m Wallace ,,,,* ?r - ; sr«ruy?"«- ^rj^lL^'iSH£"£sSS! ! «ft3E";'rr- "f'FrS 3 ^* 2 ! -- " ^^ JW-wsarwysr""' ^-SJ^S^i^WMi^is-rs^^J^iS^WJau^a- I known figures In public life u n d e r ! spniis and «ummcr. : i lion I I mild. \ · · -M"

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