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IMI WIIIC INTEREST II THE flWT CONCERN Of, THIS NEWSPAPER Associated tint Leased Win and NEA Features Fayeil?vllle and vicinity generally fair and not in cold with ttm- pcratures about 40* Tomorrow increasing cloudiness and warmer. High temperature yesterday 63; low 28; I I a.m. today 49. Sunrho 7:11, sunset 5:54. VOtUMI «0, NUMIER 169 Motion Filed For New Trial In Vote Contest Write- In Condidote Takes First Step Towards Appeal Attorneys for Arthur B. Davidson filed a motion in Circuit Court yesterday afternoon seeking a retrial of the mayor's election contest 'suit which Davidson lost February 1 to Mayor Powell K. Rhea. Judge Maupin Cummings has not yet acted, on the motion. If he denies the new trial, Davidson has stated thai he will appeal the decision to the state Supreme Court. Judge Cummings ruled Febru- »ry 1 that Rhea was elected to a second term in the city -election November 6. The judge said Bhea received 79 valid votes and Davidson received 78 write-in votes which were valid on their face. But the judge also ruled that all the write-ins were invalid because of Act 105 of 1935, and furthe: ruled that write-ins conflict with Amendment 29 of the state constitution. Davidson's latest rmtion asserted that the judge erred in find- in" that Rhea was elected, and listed several findings to which Davidson excepted. He contended that Judge Cummings erred in finding that Act 105 of 1935 is still in effect. , The act prohibited write-in votes in c i t y general elections. Davidson said the act violates the state and federal constitutions and was repealed by Act 353 of 1949. Davidson also denied that write-ins conflict with Amendment 29 to the state constitution. The write-in candidate listed eight votes which he said were erroneously counted for Rhea. and h« listed 10 of the votes which he said were declared void but should have been counted for Davidson. The motion also contended that the court erred ' in finding 177 votes were cast instead of 178; in Interpreting the Supreme Court mandate in the case; in interpreting Act 353 regarding the require- . ARKANSAS, SATURDAY WINING, FEBRUARY 9, 1951 PRICE FIVE CENTS ment of an X ballots; in ruling must cast his ballot in the ward in which he has resided '30 days; in finding that only . the voter, a judge or a clerk may mark a ballot; and in finding that Hhea was the Democratic nominee for mayor and a qualified elector in the city. Two Are Questioned In Attempted Burglary Two suspects in the attempfed Kef Oliver Makes Southern Debut As A Candidate!,. Selma. Ala.-OPj-S e n a tor Ke- j fauvcr (D-Tenni makes his South-i crn debut as a presidential candi-1 date here tonight, speaking in a i States Rights, stronghold where FEPC is a thing of scorn. The Tennessee Democrat, who has said he will go along with a mandatory FEPC law if the party writes it into the platform, is scheduled (o address a state-wide mid-winter conference of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Capehart To Ask Action On Ending RFC Washington - (/P) - Senator Capehart (R-Ind) said today he will ask the Senate to set aside other business and take up a bill calling for abolishing 'the much- investigated Reconstruction Finance Corporation. The Senate Banking Committee already has agreed to seek an early No Justification For Blast ' At Ford Program, Dean Says showdown on this measure and a second by Senator Fulbright (D- Ark) to make certain reforms in the agency. Capehart said he believes President Truman's new feud with the Senate over the RFC is boomeranging. He said Mr. Truman's actions are "making many votes for Ihc proposition of putting this unnecessary and costly lending agency out of business." Truman and the Senate Banking Committee are at loggerheads over the president's attempt to install Harry A. McDonald as the RFC's chief without waiting for a House Commerce Subcommittee to close an investigation of the Security and ^Exchange. Commission which McDonald now heads. The SEC is under scrutiny of the House subcommittee following charges of fraud in its operations. None of the accusations was aimed specifically at McDonald, the SEC's chairman, who says he has done nothing wrong. The Banking Committee has refused to approve McDonald for the ig' the require- post before the House has finish- check on the ed Its investigation. One basis for that a voter the demand to abolish the-RFC was a banking subcommittee accusation last spring that the agency yielded to improper pressures of an influence ring which, it said, had contacts in the While House itself. Pairings Drawn For Class A Tournament Plead Burden Of Proof On State Attorney Money Ownership Question Raised In Highway Issue Little Rock-Wl-Arkansas' Ally. Gen. Ike Murry should be required to prove that $2,9fil involved in the I n d i a n Bay road fund suit belongs to the state, the defendants say. An assertion t h a t the burden of proof is on' Murry was contained in the latest pleading filed yesterday in Pulaski Circuit Court on behalf of Highway Commissioner Charles Adams of Hughes and Henry Woods, Governor McMath's executive secretary. The pleading added that, if the money doesn't belong to the state, it is none of Murry's "concern to whom it may belong." Murry filed suit last week to require payment of the money to the state treasury. Testimony was introduced at Highway Audit Commission hearings that the money was raised by Monroe County residents to aid in financing improvement of the I n d i a n Bay road, but t h a t it wound up in Governor McMath's 1950 political campaign fund. A d a m s said lie accepled the money in the belief it was a campaign contribution. Woods was McMath's campaign manager . Murry said that after the state i improved the road, the money i should have gone to the state treasury. Yesterday's pleading was in response to a motion of Murry that Adams arid Woods would be required to make their original answer more specific and to strike a part nf their answer asking that Mr. and Mrs. P. P. .George and W. C. Story be made parties to Ihe litigation. The Georges and Story raised the' money for the road improvement. Lawyers for Adams and Woods said that all persons connected with the road fund transaction should he parties lo.the suit for a proper determine-: tion The present trend , in teacher education is toward a five-year program, and the proposed Ford Foundation "bold experiment" is intended to facilitate that trend, Dean Henry Kroncnberg of the University College nf Education declared here last night. Dr. Kronenberg, who is. serving as chairman of the Planning Committee which is attempting to draft a program by which Arkansas would serve as a "pilot state" in an education plan, issued a statement in response to assertions marie yesterday by Dr. ClaUde A . j Yocman of Southern State College in Magnolia. (Dr. Yoeman said Ihe plan would be the most severe blow dealt education in Arkansas in recent years. He said it would (1) allow the Ford group to direct the Arkansas eduam: 12' accelerate 1hc movement of teachers from Arkansas; (3) "demoralize and destroy" teacher training fculties in state colleges; and (4) disillusion Arkansas taxpayers.) Dean Kronenberg's statement follows: "The statement that we would Cheating On final Exams Charged; Inquiry Planned Officials Take Location of the District Om ! Class A basketball tournament had I nol been decided al noon today I in a meeting of representatives o"f the schools involved being held at Springdalc. Discussion and a f i n a l decision was expected sometime this afternoon. ' .The first order of business to be completed by the school representatives...was the drawing up of brackets for the Class A tourna-, ment. Fayetteville, seeded in the number one position, drew a bye in the first round. The pairings: top half--Bcrry- ville vs. Alma, Green Forest vs. Hunlsvillc, Rogers vs. Mountain Horr.e, Van Buren (seede.1 second) vs. bye; bottom bracket--Fayetteville vs. bye, Bentonviile vs. Eureka · Springs, Siloam Springs vs. Harrison, and Springdale vs. bye. Rogers Hospital Nurse Badly Hurt In Wreck Rogers-(Special)-Mrs. Richard Hughes, about 40, nurse at the Rogers Memorial Hospital, was injured seriously early this morning | when her automobile and a car Wsshingtori-(yp)-Thc Army says : driven by E. E. Grasscl, about 70, It's tired of.running the nation's! of near Rogers, collided on High- burglary Wednesday night of station KBRS, Springdalc, have been taken into custody. Sheriff Bruce · Crider revealed today. An attempt was made to break into the radio station shortly before midnight Wednesday. The men -- who pried screens from a window-fled when manager It. L,.McCarrell, working l a t e ' b e h i n d - c l o s e d blinds, telephoned police. / The attempted burglary was the latest in a series of Springdalc break-ins. Earlier in the week the offices of two physicians were burglarized and a restaurant robbed. Police believe all of the robberies may have been the work of the same group. Sheriff Crider said one of the two suspects was arrested in Washington-County yesterday. The other was taken into custody at Huntsville early this morning by - the sheriff and State Trooper Wayne Hyden. Army In Favor Of R e l e a s i n g U.S. Railroads U. S. Loses Nine Planes In Korea No Red Aircraft Reported Downed : Seoul, Korea - (If) - N i n e U.S. Fifth Air Force warplanas were lost in Red Korea in the week i practice ended Friday. The Communists school. Note Of Student Paper Report "Appropriate Action" Promised If Claims "Appear Justified" John E. Shoemaker, dean of men at the University, iisucd this .statement this morning in connection with Ule Arkansas Traveler story: "The University lias taken recognition of published -charges nf cheating nn Ihe campus, and if such charges appear j u s t i f i e d prompt and appropriate action will be taken by University o f f i - cials. "Cheating has mi place in cdu- lion, and when charges of cheating arc substantiated the student concerned ir. subject to immediate suspension from the University. "We welcome the concern of Ihc Traveler in this matter. I suspc«» hat actual cheating on the campus is far less prevalent than Indicated by Ihc published poll, but any cheating al all must be considered as a serious matter. ,..-,..,,.. aj vi.,,,,, i,,u r u n o o i n - i " Th c University recognizes Its cials. or by me, t h a t t h e proposal "*P°nsiblllly, and the rcsponsi- would save money. The only in- m l i t y of 'Is faculty, to curb chcat- lerest t h a t we have is to f a c i l i t a t e '"·* among the students, but dr,- the present trend,toward a five- "P'le olficial precautions cheating can be made imposiblc only t h r o u g h the pressure of public opinion among the students themselves." be surrendering 'the direction of the Arkansas education program into the hands of the Ford Foundation' has no justification whatever. Within the broad framework as set up by the Fund for the Advancement of Education, we have been asked to devise a specific plan. "The proposal presented on January 30 was not specific enough to indicate that we would go ahead with the program. A sub-committee met on Tuesday. February 5, a more at Conway and outlined d e f i n i t e proposal which Is being refined for consideration by t h e entire committee at some date soon. "Whatever plan is developed will be the Arkansas plan and not the plan of the Fund for the Advancement of Education. "There has never been any suggestion by cither the Fund off'i- Eisenhower-For-President "flYCler SflyS Backers Hold New York Ral ly (B.v Thr AsMirhitrd I'rrss) » Fifteen thousand noisy F.iscn- j linwcr-for-prcsidciH backers from ! six states whooped it up for Ihc ! general Friday nisht .In New York's Maci-ison Square Garden. The crowd f e l l short of the hoped-for capacity tolnl nf Ifl,- 500, but Senator Lodge I R - M a s s ) . ! manager of (he Eisenhower c a m - i paign, called this first hi* rally of the 1M2 campaign a success. "Usually we have to work t o i t i M l n y rVbruary 20 ha? been set f i l l the Garden at the end nf a j t e n t a t i v e l y as the dale f o r a liear- campaicn," he said, ",\'ow we're] in.TM on a temporary rcstrainint; order xvhich prevents t h e s t a t e Hoard of Health fron prohibiting Ciici-n'.; Dairy of FaycttcvlSle sell- Hearing On Injunction Up Feb. 26 Cliiim-ellnr Thomas I'. Butt said doing it at the hejrinning- our man 3.000 miles away. The delegations were from Tcx- Pcnnsylvania ami i\! cw Hampshire. as, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Virginia, .in;! milk with a C-rndc A label. The chancery judge snid the a t - Cribbing At U, A. Prevalent Reporter's Survey Shows Tests Stolen After Break-Ins Editor's note: The- following story npncarcd In yesterday's Issue nf The Arkansas Traveler, student iir-wsnriprT at Ihe University. The author. Boh Robertson, Is. an Arts and Science junior from Little Dock, and (i Traveler staff member. The story Is reprinted by permission. · . i.irncy general's They chanted. "We want Iko," and inincd in singinc; a revised version | P.ock and Gbnn'j of I r v i n Berlin's hit sons. "They i agreed t e n t a t i v e l y o f f i c e , in Little ; attorneys h a d ' the date, year program oKteacher education, which practically all edu- j calors agree, is needed. I "We will no doubt have a five- year program anyway within the! near future, and the proposal u n - l der consideration provides us! means of getting where we know! we are going anyway, more rapidly and more economically. "The most common criticisms of our present curricula in teacher education are that the courses in .education, are not, practical or arc, taught too long before'the student begins teaching, and that the'period of student teaching is too short and t h a t the situation in w h i c h - i t is done is artificial. What we arc trying to do is to remedy those conditions which college teachers school administrators, Hnd students have long recognized. "As the program appears to be developing, the f i f t h year will , probably not differ much from the program now in use in the fourth year at Henderson State Teachers College, Southern State, and the University of Arkansas in some . to ' In of Ihe senior year work in .education teaching, in lost none. The Air Force, in its i weekly summary, said Red antiaircraft naileries protecting vitM Red targets shot.dowi seven U.N. planes. One F-86 Sabre iet was lostiin a .iet battle, and one plane crashed after a mechanical failure. Last week the Fifth Air Force lost ,14 planes. The weekly average is about 10. North Little Rock Mayor Seeks Investigation North Little Hock-(/P)-Mayor Ross Lawhon wants to make a "sweeping investigation" of the North Little Rock Civil Service Commission and the Police de- s devoted i n c l u d i n g a public "The proposal under consideration would shift the work in education and Ihe practice tcachine to the f i f t h year. This would allow more time for courses other t h a n education in the four-year program, and ft would also give more lime to the work in education and particularly to the actual teaching by t h e student. "We are making an honest effort to work out a plan which will IkeCjimUt A Lincoln resident has added description of the "fireball 1 ' seen January 31 by residents here and in Texas. Mrs. Jessie Ham- mcrslee said she saw a "brilliant object'' about 0:20 p. m. less t h a n a block south of the highway, and il "appeared from behind a bank uf clouds on the cast side of Ihe street, crossed the street in a southwesterly direction" and was visible u n t i l obscured by clouds a h a l f mile away. "11 appeared lo he about two f pp eet long, (our to Like Ikr." A larsc array nf t e l e - j and unless some change Is ncccs- vision, stage and screen stars were on hand. Master nf ceremonies Tex McCrary announced t h a t t h e nrxl scries of Eir.cnhowcr rallies will be hrld in Fort Worth, Texas. Annoyed At SUnsrn M e a n w h i l e . l)Hckcrs of both Kis- silalcd, the hearing will be duv.'n for February 116. Dr. R. E. Smalhvood, serving as district medical director last Dcccirbcr 20, reported he had ordered removal of the Grndc A r a t i n g nt t!ic dairy i'S the result nf t h e disappearance .if a q u a n t i t y enhowcr and Senator Taft of Ohio' n ' products which he said h«d been were reporter! annoyed t h a t form- 1 n u a r a n t i n c d Hi the dairy Dcccnv cr Gov. Harold K. Stnsscn of j bcr 1 1 by health officers:. The Minnesota was In a Republican i .'jiry olitaincu an I n j u i K J o n pro- race t h a t now looks l i k e one pri- i hibitlng enforcement of the ruling, marily between t h e i r candidates. .lack Bell, Associated Press political expert, wrote that Tafl backers were looking askance al Stasscn's c h a l l e n g i n g the senator in his home slat-? of Ohio and forcing him lo run in stales where he had not planner! to--such as Illinois and West V i r g i n i a . On the other hand,' Bell wrote, Eisenhower supporters are annoyed with Stassen for leaving his name In the March 11 Now H a m p shire primary and for a t t e m p t i n g to keep Minnesota's convention vote. Bf.ll -said-ohe of Stassc'fl'jnvTinii hopes Is to emerge as a comprise candidate. Strong In South Oilier political developments: I. Eisenhower backers aclcd lo six inches in diamelcr, was shaped like a large bologna or long balloon, was light green, slightly oval al head and tape.-ed from center In tail. An almost invisible smoke-like, fleecy cirrus cloud extended for some distance behind it." The light seemed lii he inside the object, she said. She t h i n k s it may have landed in New Mexico or Texas. Two cily patrolmen t~iis morn" r " ved 'hat,- when necessary. accomplish the purposes as staled I ""* r a n comc vcrv close'lo run- h V . C ? llc « c People, public I mi "! l n n yards in 10 seconds flat. lake the general's nnme off the Democratic lickel in Oregon's primary election. They said t h a t was what he wanted. 2. Senator Lone (D-La) told a radio audience that Eisenhower running stronger t h a n an.v other candidate I n ' t h e South," I President Truman is not conslder- ' ed a very popular choice by ] Southerners and that Senator 1 Kcfauvcr (D-Tcnn) may have trouble getting nominated because tf: is "not as popular with the politicians as with the people." 3. Elsenhower defeated Tafl 3.109 votes lo 1.183 in a presidential preference primary staged by the Republican commlllcc In suburban West Hartford, Conn. 4. Stassen backers filed hi,-, name in Ihe West V i r g i n i a primary and Taft backers said the senator would be entered against him. 5. Slasscn said he may enter a partment. He asked the City Council yesterday to appropriate ! 52,500 to hire investigators and ' school teachers and administrators state Department of Education of- llcials and interested citizens have contributed to the thinking on the matter. "I believe t h a t if we work together in an attempt to devise a constructive solution we can set up a program in Arkansas which will produce superior teachers, and be a model that many others will ! follow. railroads and Senator McFarland (D-Ariz) believes President Truman might call a White .House conference, aimed at getting them luck in private hands. The military is in charge pending setllc- mcnt of a wage dispute that brought on government seizure in August, 1950. The Army's desire to be rid of the responsibility wa vuiced in a teller yesterday by Assislant Secretary of the Army Karl R. Bcn- detscn t u r n i n g down i request from 19,000 conductors for H wage boost. McMath Silent On Plan Fir Commission Hearing Little Iiock-(7P)-Governor Mc- milh today had no answer to a letter from the Highway A u d i t Commission asking If he Intends In appear before the commission hearing set for Monday. The commission last week invited McMath lo ippear before It, but ipeciflerl he would be sworn and ·ibjcct to examination as «rc oth- vitnesses. i way 71 just south of Rogers'. Mrs. Hughes was en route to a Faycttcville hospital to administer an anesthetic. Mr. Grasscl was on his way to the Rogers hospital, where his wife is a patient. Police Chief Waller C. Dean investigated. Mrs. Hughes was taken to the Rogers hospital, where her condition this morning was "quite serious." Mr. Grassel sufferer! shock, and was taken to his home. Bureau Stales Needs For Highway Program Washington - (iTi - The Budget Bureau wants a federal highway program of $465,000,000 a year from July 1, 1953. to June' 30, 1955 --not $808,000,000 a n n u a l l y as proposed In a Senate bill. Assistant Director Elmer B. Stasis of (he Budget Bureau ap- said "confusion and unrest be- i R p f j c cause of charges and counter; Air S t r i k e s In Southern Korea charges between employes arc creating an intolerable condition.' Two Candidates File In Benton County Bentonville-(Spccial)-Crni.i; Holt of Bentonviile f i l e d his party loyalty pledge Thursday as a candidale for the Democratic nomination for Benton County judge. Holt, 42, seeks the position held by the late Judge W. A. Black. W i l l i a m Enficld, serving as Black's successor under appointment by Governor McMath, is not eligible to seek the election to succeed himself. Holt is a city street commissioner and former county highway department employe. Also f i l i n g was Marshall Bennett as a candidate for position No, 1. justice of the peace, In township (Benlonville). The officers-drove up In front of Ihe nolicc station with a gentleman who had been passing the hat around town under 'he guise of being deaf and dumb. As they started to leave the car the "deaf mute" leaped from the car, slam- n.ed the door on the nearest cop The two officers, displaying cx- c e - . l r c n l brnkcntie d r u n n i n g t h r o u g h t r a f f i c on South Block Street, entered the next alley in a dead heat svith the f u g i t i v e and collared him just after he collided with a tree. When he vac led back :o the station he found his speech "restored." New Jersey's pri- By BOB ROBERTSON I went nut yesterday to find 25 students who had cheated on -final examinations. _ . · I had my quota after 58 interviews. I talked to men and -women, freshmen and seniors, engineers and business majors, nearly all of them. Provided they were Idling the truth. 43 per cent of them were cheating. Some of the pcopjc I talked with, I knew beforehand. Most of them I didn't. They knew what they said was going in the Traveler. They, knew, too, thai their names would not be used, Merc is what. 1 learned. The methods of cheating toolt various-forms..Some students took notes with them to use during the lest. Others nald they gained » few points by using knowledie drrlvcfrfrom tho paper of the stu- ' dent sluing next to them, and still others went »s far as-stealing the tests the night before the finals, 'For The Hell «f If One Ktudcnt udmitled stealing "between JO.-tnd. 13 tests." He 8»id that' airofriuf "efforts went -lo - ben«fil,,oihe». None of the tests were 'fol-;his own classes, nor did he charge anything for his services. "I just did it for the hell of II," he said. His own morals, however, seemed to be untainted. He' said that he didn't cheat on any of his tests, , The majority of his loot came from the chemistry and business buildings a n d . Old Main. To gain · entrance to the chemistry building he scaled the back wall and climbed through ii window. Old Main presenlerl somewhat of a problem but It was solved by lowering a rope from the lop floor .to .the window desired. The business building evidently presented little challenge for he didn't mention how he obtained entrance to it. No Guilt , , Most of tho students who ad- be held Monday I milted cheating said that they felt nishl in the American Legion H u i . ! no * llllt - Tne! general opinion was w l l h Scout Troop 104 as host! lll!l1 everybody'does it. Others said restraining t h e Hoard of Health from dc-cradlng Glenn's milk and milk products and " f i o m fcring In finy manner with the petitioner's business" pending d review of the de-grading action and ft f i n a l determination by the cuurl. Yesterday, a J.TOUP 'of officers nf t h e Northwest Arkansas Milk "rorluccrs Association sought by resolution to speed court action i.n the case sn that a final decision ir.lChl be rendered shortly. Chiritr. Filed ... . Thl« innrninc William Glenn, owner of Glenn's ~ Daify', 0 " was charged in Washington . County Circuit Court with a misdemeanor' disposing of 8 "quantity of milk which hurl been quarantined by authorized .agents o fllie Arkansas Board of Hc(illh.« The charge was filed by Prose- c u t o r villc. Ted P. C'oxsoy nf Bcrry- Scout Court Of Honor Scheduled Ceremony Slated Monday Night The quarterly Boy Scent Court of Honor -l.'oop. Clint Waldcn will be guest speaker. Jim B u r n r t t , Ciris Wray and John Ilcnbcsl will receive socond- f u l l slate mary, and Tafl said he u n d e r - i class awards. Bill Adalr; Bcrnic stood delegates friendly to him I llovinga, Tommy Slushcr, Pat would be entered in selected dis- | Fleming. David Mulkcy, Jim Bur- tricts. nett and I3ory!c ijovinga will re- 6. In West Virginia. Dcnmcrilic ! ccivc first-class awards. Senator Kilgorc qualified for re- nomination for a third term. 7. Representative Herter Merit badges will be given io Tommy Slushcr for swimming and ( R - 1 personal health; Ivan Lee Hill for pioneering and public health; I hey felt they had to cheat in order to make good grades. If they didn't cheat they would lose out. The others who cheated would run the curve up and their grades up and their grades would be lowered. A number of those who didn't cheat said that it was because they didn't have the chance. Few students said they would never cheat. One student said that Ihc lock' on an instructor's office door was Tokyo-f/P).The No ,- lh Koreann Red radio tonight broadcast a statement by North Korean Defense Minister Choi Yong Kun urging Koreans to build up their war potential for possible - future air battles and air strikes at United Nations-held South Korean territory. "AH Koreans must strive to rtcp up their war potential," Choi f i aid. "Especially must they build it up hereafter to engage in air battles and also to underlkc the bombing nf United Nations-held bouth Korean territories and thereby Introduce a new phase in defense of the skies of (he motherland." Mrs, Jeffers Injured osage! In Foil At Her Home Fire Kxlentulshrd ffi rt iT Sl r l!1 £ l ? C '° re ? S c n a l c i A « rnss " re »t' I"' »"me of "w C .u W ° rk " Subcommittee to i Charles Gray, 6« South Duncan ·lake the recommendation. It was in line with a general policy pi restricting federal public works programs during defense mobilization, Street, was extin at 2:05 Mrs. D. II. Jcfcfrs, about (in of 10,1 South Duncan Street, was in- iurr-rt last night In a fall In her Petty thievery, always d i f f i c u l t to control, appears to be on the increase in Fayetteville. A night seldom passes without reports of for the Republican nomination for John Paul Davis for art and home broken the night before a final governor nf Massahusctls. repairs: D c r y l c H o v i n g a for ma- The pt .. son who enlcr . d a , so da ' m : 8 In Jackson. Miss., U S. Dis- i «onry; David M u l k c y , masonr. ; aj , cri , h c tock on the , ilfng cabinet trict Judge A l l e n Cox i n d e f i n i t e l y . a "d Eornic Hovinga. masonry, postponed the trials of four pro- i Tnt public Is invited lo attend. Truman Democrats accused o f j ' " tradinir federal jobs for cash in ·' n J«r*il In Crash Mississippi.- Long Run Ahead Los Angclcs-i/Pi-Thc federal conspiracy trial of California's If) lop Communists is a p p a r e n t l y going lo run a lone lime. At the cars being ransacked, clotheslines j end of lhc first f u l l week, the stripped or garages prowled. Last first prosecution witness Is M i l l on Ihc stand and only 10 of lid exhibits are in evidence. without getting But even if lhc filing cabinet could have been opened it would have proved fruitless. The instructor had 'te Bruce Maxwell of University. Ftirm Road was Injured nbol ; t | iue«tions »t his Home. 6:20 this morning when his! Mailer of I'rotection paswiscr car collided with pane! truck at the intcrsetion of Cchter and East Streets. At County Hospital, where Maxwell was taken by a Nelson's ambulance, attendants said he silfcred i lacerated lip and minor concussion. He was knocked unconcious by the impact. night one Faycltovillc resident reported the loss of $6 w o r t h of I, occries from her parked car, two new pairs of hose and other tilings, and a local man told police the glove compartment of his car had been stripped. Escaped Convict Given Sentence Of 10 Years cscaMColo^ado'convSci.w^se^ Arkansas A g r i c u l t u r a l " Extensio^ "f| TM\ m »TM i" «» " eW " ^~ lenced lo 10 years In prison a l , S e r v i c e . I l l s «ppninl-enl. an- ·"*' ""'P"""""' ho'^Muy rrw fc 31 K r; ±" rr ? ^r armed robbery. ^.xiusion unecii u A. vine.', , ..,, _ ^ Whittle, who lived In Fayettr. · Rn '"'" cl M .»rch I. Alston Whiti County. From lfl.16 lo 1038; Springs. O'Neal Is accused of piss- Clifford Alston Named Northwest District Extension Agent To Succeed Kenneth Bales Clifford Alston has been namod ' I n s t i t u t e of Cooperation, his work northwest district ag-ril for the being related In research, teaching The cheating seemed to be prevalent among all classes of students. One student with better than a B average said he cheated to protect himself. Women were more hesitant to talk about the matter than lhc men students, but few of them appeared to be insulted by the question. Undoubtedly the cheating is not a recent event. But students seem to he more inclined to talk about it now. Excused by the feeling lhat it is all right because "everybody does It." it will probably continue u n t i l a sense of honor can he Instilled In the students. home. She slruck her head a g a l n s l ! yard employe, was arreftcd ,n ^TM' C TM?TMSJ'°y'* - h "'J' c ! r.?y?" cv . illc .·!'? .Police h e r e ! 'I"-.' .lirrclor lasl week. ; Charge Is Filed I BcmonviHe-(Spcclal) - Deputy Alston came lo Arkansas from , Prosecutor Charlc* Goclo filed » . A l a b a n - a in 10H5, when he w ; s j charge of overdraft yesterday Direct! C A. Vine.', assistant county agcnl in j against Paul O'Neal of Heallnc Whiti County. From lfl.16 lo 1038 I 1 " succeeds Kcnnelh S. Bales, wro he was counly agcnl In Clurli init worthless checks in payment was promoted lo auistnnt cxlcn- Counly. Then he wai. transferred j for quantities of chickens. , lo Drew County, where he r e - ' yesterday afternoon bv citv fire- J"TM'" 0 !, " na ( ' r m -Shn was treate men. Thr viro n/m.'n,«,.',,i ,._!'" ncl nnme by a phys clan. He men. The Fire Department re- porlert the fire slartcd from burn- In* trash, i oyo and bruises nn her I Wednesday night, He was turned i K( '' lh ' P»»l several month mnlncd for seven years. In 104.") · and arm. Shn was treated j over lo^Shcrlff Wayne C u n n l n x - 1 AMlnn on leave of absence from he was appointed extension mar- · " " - - · · - · · · "-' - · ' " - ' " ' kclii.i! specialist, with hcadqua-- Icrs in Little Rock. He and Mrs. eye was swollen shut this morning, but tlje physician did not believe the eyeball was Injured. ham of Cherokee Counly, Okla., on I n ' s position as m a r k e t i n g special tho armed robbery charge since il 11st w l l h Ihc Kxleujlon Service, hai .,, was the Oklahoma officer's tip j bren serving as land-granl cnl- i Alston w i l l r n n l t m i c In make their whlch led to his arrcsl. Ifge consultant for Ihe American ' home al 5,1 Normandy Road. nit Arkansas -- Partly cloudy thli afternoon, tonldht mid SuncUyj no Important tcmpwatura chirujti,

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