MAS flMfS, fwtltviN*, AmÂ»m*Â«. Wtdnttday, February 13, 1952 Thousands Continue To File Past Bier 01 British King ' ' UoniJon-W-Snqw fell and t l i c i l n u nillnu Mivcrc'lnnii and other "' 'Itmpcrature dropped lu 17 ctc-ireprr.'.enlullvcs nf the world's KOV' frees but three Britons--a w o i n - i e r n m e n i s traveled to London for Â«n (' hitrt-hikcr and n criiiplerljthi! king's funeral Friday, when wir veteran--walled throughout iiis body will bo taken to Windsor " "' ' Â· - - - Â· -Â·Â·Â·Â·- -Â· -'In* night to lend thousands in homaje past the hlcr- ol KinR Oebrgt VI today, . T",lcy were the first "f nil 'estimated 16,0(10 persons lined up at S i. in., when the doors of Westminster Ha" "pencil for the i.er- Cnstlc lor l i i i i i n l w i t h his Ion In St.' firorfW'-s Chupcl, rirst In ibe l i n e today was a woinnn from Oxford. She ivas there before the (limrs clou-el behind the lust at ycstrrday'u pil- u r h n s at 1:45 a rn., but. she wild, Â·''"ond day of publir hnmunr t i i . l h e "I wanted lo we the coffin (if my . df.sd monarch. iW":; m da.vllRhl." All hut one of K.uropc'.s irmiiii hiked I'JH mileii from Somerset. He didn't litivo the rnilroari fare, he mid, but, "I hail fa Kct here to pay my last respects to u urcat king." A crippled veteran of ".V'orld V.'nr II was the third. He said he had driven the 5(1 miles here from Brighton In u motorized Ihrcn- wheel Invalid car. He hobbled in on crutches to |iny last rebpccls lo the dead monarch. .Mori; t h a n 7(1,0011 persons filed past the coffin d u r i n g the first day ol public lioninKc. They came from a l l purls of the British Isles, from the United Slates and frorn the colonies mid dominions. The three days of pilgrimage con- dudw, tomorrow nl^ht. I'amlly In Sfcltulrin The dead king's f a m i l y rc- seclusion yesterday, as fa /fame f H I 010 S U N N Y I R O O K C O M P A N Y , L O U I S V I t l E , K E N T U C K Y IIJK daughter and successor, Queen Kli/iibi'th II, cnihloo) her first of-! ficlal audience as. sdvorcJÂ«n l a n t j night In Prime Minister Winston, Churchill, v/ho paid his forma!: respects. In uncclal messages to' her armed forces over the world | she described herself as the wife of a servlnfi officer and promised to see to the "welfare and efficiency" of the forces. U. S. Secretary of Slate Dean Achcson wiia to arrive today by plane from Washington to represent President Truman. Highway Department To Install New System Little Jlock-(/T)-A new accounting and purch'iiBlni: system is to be installed In the Arkansas Highway Department. The State Highway Commission yesterday selected the Joe Bond Company, Little Itock accounting /irm, to direct establishment of. the system, cx- pcclod to cost about ^25,0(10. HarVdd Balch, an official of the f i r m , sajd he hopes to have the job completed by December 31. '? OUR WAV Â·v J. R. William-' :*Â«Â·** Legal Aid Costs For HAC Are Listed Little nocM/I'M'CSal aid for the stale Highway A u d i t Comis- sinn cost $5,000 for the Iwu-monlh period ending J a n u a r y 31. The sfatc auditor's O f f i c e dis- closcd today dial $3,250 was paid to the law ilrm ol Jacov.'ay and .liicnuray d u r i n g .Iiinuary, the month that H'C MAC bcfran public hearings. In December the firm Sot $1,750. Attorney Cooper Jaco'Vfty of Little Rock has represented the 11AC in the lAlillc hearings. Butler Ford Joe YounKman lias returned to work at SpriiiRdalc after an absence of several days due to illness. Sandra Sue Siiimnn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kindle Sigmon, has been 111. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Anderson of Iowa were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Evercltc Anderson. 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