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TNI PUIUC INTEREST · THE FIRST CONCERN OF THIS NEWSPAPER Associated Press Leased Wire Af, King and NEA Features IOCAL FORECAST-- Fsyeltevllle «nd vicinity mostl; cloudy with light rain or drlzzli tonight and tomorrow, CoWer Trace, of rain.' Hixh tcmperalurt yesterday 66: low 32; noon.today 42 Sunrise 7:07; sunset 5:5y. FAYCTTEVUIE. ARKANSAS, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY' 1 4 , 1 9 5 2 King Size Valentine Younkin S 'f, t \h alenti ." C 'r" Day h' il -5 d I"" 6 Miss Cath r Youn W". two, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ja the photograph "' """"' the b ' g * CS ' '' Cd a " d whlle creation she cver »*· E " *»!« rr THAILAND ORDERS FORCES ON THE ALERTJJ w j s | er | n j ures Bangkok-WVThaiiand ordered her armoH iw,.,,c n ., ! - .I-,- i, I t Bangkok-OT-Thaiiand ordered her armed forcer,. on ,- stale o f ' alert today because of increasing tension on all three of her borders the cabinei council announced. The action followed: 1. Reports that Communists in Malaya, fleeing from British paratroopers, were trying to escape over the Thai border in lhc soulh ^ G r o w i n g concern over the situation along the Burma border in the north. 3. The long drawn-out Indochina war along' Thailand's remaining border to the east. Thai officials said concern over the Burma border situation has been increased by recent charges from Moscow and Peiping that the United Stales and Thailand are aiding Chinese Nationalist troops ·long the Burma-Chinese border. The charges have been interpreted here as a prelude lo possible aggressive acts in the area. Congressional Committee And Treasury Feud Over Investigations · - i Washington - (IP) - A Congressional committee and the Treasury Department clashed openly and bilterly today over twin investigations of Internal Revenue Bureau tax scandals. P. .. :: Representative King (D-Calif) rYsdlCtGCl i Kn ' d nis subcommittee digging into Increased Life Span To Century Memphis, Tenn. -iff]- A nolcd educator predicts that within the next quarter century the average life span will be 100 to 120 years "There's no doubt nf it," said Dr. Edward Bort?., associate professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and a past president of the American Medical Association. "Medical science lias Riven us · 25-year longer l i f e - i n the past 50 years. They're going to give us 23 years more in the next 50 : tax affairs lias "clear evidence" Six Persons In Arkansas Storm Strikes Near Manila, Then Hits Missouri Area Manila, Ark.-f/Pj-A thunderstorm through East Arkansas yesterday spawned a twister thai ripped inlo Iwo slates, injuring at least six persons, uprooting trees and wrecking several buildings. The storm struck a farming center near here about 4:30 p. m , yesterday and then hop-skipped Into Southeast 'Missouri, several miles to the north. Five persons, all members of the same family, were hurl, two critically,-when the wind smashed two farm houses at the nearby Buckeye Community. The injured are Raymond Hicks. 31; his wife, Mrs. Edith Hicks, 25; - -·"-' ^"-" *-v,ot»_w their son, Larry six; a nephew Ihe Treasury called a hearing in | Jerry Micks, 11, and his sister' Npur Ynvlc Mnnrlav In tdrlo liic M.u.1., u:~l 11 .. ... ' New York Monday to stifle his group's investigation there, set for mid-March. King issued a sharply -worded statement in San Francisco, where his subcommittee is making an on-the-spot investigation of In- tcrn;.l Revenue affairs in that hit. "The next thing I knew area, saying the Treasury broke an agreement by ordering the New York hearing. Maria Hicks, three months. Hicks was released from a hos- pilal after receiving emergency treatment. His wife and their son suffered critical head injuries. Hicks said the f a m i l y was eating an early supper when Ihe storm Held On Plans For Paving Streets C. Of C. Group Mops Program For Getting Work Done Meeting at the City Administration Building yesterday afternoon, members of the chamber of Commerce Highway and Transportation Commitlee tackled the three- ihase problem involved in paving ^ily streets. .Juring the spring months a commercial paving company here 0 re-surface parls'of H i g h w a y 7 '/ill contract for city pa/ing-jobs putting down hoi-mix asphaltic concrete. Normally there is no hot- nix plant in this vicinity., ihc pi-'jsenl plant having been inslalle: temporarily by the Ben logan Company of Little Rock Three types of streets will be nvolved in prospective paving ipeiv.tions, Ihe committee decided ·esterriay: (1) Unpaved slrccls vhich musl be paved--if al all-1 lhc expense of properly own- is; (2) highways passing through "ayctlc-vlllc, which, if re-surfaced, lust bs financed by the slalc llghway Department; and (3) paved city streets whicli the city is responsible for maintaining or rc-pavTng where paveme.nl is pasl repair. The project, ns outlined by the committee under Chairman Webb Williams, is lo work with city officials, Highway Dcpartmcnl ex- cculivcs and property owners in an effort lo pave as mai.y streets met FIVE CENTS Fort Smith Asks Proof On "Sin-" Charges Furl Smilh, Ark. - Wi - Forl Smith wants Look magazine to substantiate its report that the city "tolerates sin." ; A telegram signed by three city · officials, a judge and a U. S. attor- . ncy was sent to the magazine's editor yesterday asking a staff i writer to furr.lsh proof on the pub- I lication's charges that Fort Smith ! "allowed racketeers to break down : or buy up vice suppression ma- *" iTThvitcd the a u t h o r of t h e 1 U '" C Rocl - l/1 ''- Rl ' 1 '"' "yler, i l,cr at the Hylcr home near Mcl" " · · ' - - - bourne December -I. l'J-15. The Su- story to appear before a Grand Jury with proof of his report. The article, in this week's issue as possible. A subcommittee composed of Russell Howard, Clark McClinlon, Herbert Kntficld and Hugh Kincaid was named lo map dclails of the project with members of the City Council Street Committee. Under a tentative agreement wilh lhc conslruclion company, lhc firm will pave a 20-fool slreet for between $1.12 and J l . l f v p e r property foot--up lo the ccnler of the street on one side or the other. The Chamber committee was to meet wilh Ihe clly commillee Ihis afternoon. Highway Cnev/5; w^nc m o?T' n V n ' d F ° rt Smi "' i c r l y fTM" «"= Arkansas |,cm,on,,",",:,"..^ C [ M " '·'Vn.ljon Itary on furlough. Slate' r»m!e Construction Worker Is Beaten And Robbed Rupert Byler, Sawmill Worker Convicted | Attack Occurs Of Killing Sheriff, Free On Furlough JLeSS Than Block From The Square : i the mountaineer s a w m i l l workci j under 21-year sentence tin Maying an Izard County sheriff, is at lib that "tolerated sin through organized efforts of racketeers. Smaller Road Commissions In Other States Officials Of Texas, Virginia Departments Tell Of Programs Little Jiock-(/P)-Tcxas operates its highway system under a throc- mcmber commission . appointed from the state at large, Ihc Arkansas Highway Audit Commis- ion was told today. F. S. Madclox, n assistant chief .engineer from Texas, said that the commissioners were appointed by Ihc governor for six-year terms. The . terms are staggered so that one expires the Director Ball said today lhal--ai- cach two years. Arka/isas. has 12-rncmber Told To Use Big Stockpiles Little nock-(yi'J-Arkansas highway maintenance crews are under orders to use' up materials in the Fort Smith district stockpile "as rapidly as possible." -. , ,,,,,,,,,,, W. E. Carter, Highway Depart- . construction, operating Instead on mcnt mainlenancc engineer, dis- I a pay-as-you-go basis. Years ago ., , ......_.,... , u _ . u _ u _ _ , ,. , ' - ........... - lighway Commission. One member is appointed from each of 10 districts, and there arc two mcm- icrs.at large: A proposed consti- utional amendment to be voted n the November general election vould set up a five-member commission-to .be appointed from the tale at largo for staggered 10- 'car terms, Maddox was one of two visiting oad experts who testified before he -Audit .Cormjiissioji,- tocUty as te iroUp 'neared'the "end of a final series of public hearings. The other witness was Burton Maryc, assistant chief engineer of the Virginia Highway Depart ment. Maryc said his state has an eight-member commission, Ihc members being appointed by districts. Both men said their slates had issued bonds for highway tliough the clemency was not announced al the limn--Bylcr was furlou;;hed by order of Governor McMalh on May 3. IPS:. Ball said Ihc f u r l o u g h was rcc- omme.-.ricd by the Stale Parnlc Board because Bylcr was a model prisoner and his mother was critical y til. ((I , JIJ ];i ;ll , a] .g Ci n a v ing i Bylcr was convicted nf first dc- leased from the prison for a gi-cc murder ami was sentenced to I Christmas vacation. He did not die in Ihe elcclric chair for t h e j return lo Ihe prison farm when his f a l n l shooting of Sheriff .1. L. liar-11'urlimgh was up Dragged Into Alley On Mountain Street, He Tells Police killing four person; in Syringdalc, j also is at large, having been rc- Windsor May Stand Guard At Bier Of Brother, George VI rcctly w i t h the state -in highway construction, some Texas cnun- ties issued bonds. These were the state in Ihc were a l l on the floor..I grabbed for Larry and then we were in a cotton field about 200 yards from He also said certain documents j 'he house." whisked out of New York and j Chief of Police Lee Baker said away from Treasury officials involved "persons of national importance" and they would remain in the safekeeping of the House sergeant al arms "pending further clarificatior of lhc situation." His statement contradicted assertions made yesterday by Secretary of the' Treasury Snydcr nnd Tax Commissioner John B. Dunlap. Other Developments The explosion of the simmering feud highlighted other Internal Revenue Bureau developments: Frank Scnfieid. veteran internal revenue collector for South Texas, resigned yesterday. Officials here | said he was asked lo resign; his j wife said he quit voluntarily. He was Ihe seventh of Ihc nation's 64 I regional tax collectors to leave office in less t h a n a year. Theodore ,'. Naumann, deputy collector al Minot, N. D., was ousted for alleged irregularities. Later he was arrested on charges Child Hit By Car On Highway Escapes Serious Injury In Mishap A nine-year-old bny suffered painful cuts bul escaped serious injury yesterday afternoon . when he was struck by an automobile on Highway 16 five miles wcsl of Fayetteville. Farrell Billings, son of Mr. and Mrs. Van Billings of Highway 16 west, was slruck as he altempted lo cross the blacktop highway, Sheriff Bruce Critter reported. Joseph S. Smith, 2fi, who also lives west of Fayetteville, told the sheriff he was traveling at moderate speed when lhc youngster' darted into'his path. Smilh was charged with operating a motor vehicle without a driver's license. The child was treated at Washington County Hospital for severe cuts about the head and face, and for loosened teeth. Hospital' attendants sajd he was returned home after trealmcnl. Poultry Market -- The poullry 'market today as reported by the University of Arkansas Institute of Science and Technology 'and the Dairy a n d , Poullry Market News Service of I Many Flee To We»i the U, S. Department of Agrlcui- - ' · · --· turc. Northwest Arkansas m a r k e t ·bout steady, demand fair lo good, volume of, trading slightly nbovc normal; offerings light sizes Improved In some points, bul he:·'· icr sizes continue short; all prices f.o.b. farm up to 2 p, m., broilers fryers all weights 2R-2fJl4 he saw Ihe'lwistcr skim ;ust above · the. ground and then d'ip to the earth. He said il was "a tornado as black and as noisy as they come." . An unidentified woman was reported hurt when the storm dipped into a farming community in Holland, Mo., just north of the Arkansas-Missouri line. An official of the Arkansas- closed yesterday that he had issued such instructions. The stockpile purchased in f)50, were called "excessive, ex-, -- icnsivc and cxhorbitanl" in re- taken over uj u,v .ILHLC in me ccntly Highway Audit Commission early 1930's and are now being hearings. Departmcnl records re-! retired, veal that only one nf the stock- Al ' 1 "" piles has been exhausted. Fayetteville Men Lease Hensley's Super Market Two Fayellcville business men j have leased Hensley's Super M a r - ' Arkansas has a large bonded road indebtedness. HAC Vice Chairman Herbert Thomas said Maddox and Marvc had been invited to explain the Texas and Virginia operations because those stales had been held up as models in highway con- slruclion and maintenance. London'tyi'i-Thc Archbishop of»- Canterbury, Britain's f o r e m o s t Anglican churchman,' stood in prayer beside the closed coffin of King George VI today as lhc people by lhc thousands filed past. I This was Ihe Ihlrd day of l h c ' king's lying In stale In Westminster Hall. Tomorrow lhc body will be lifted on a gun carriage and taken by train to Windsor, the burial place of kings. Sorrowing Britons continued to pay their respects In such numbers lhat palace officials decided not to swing shut the doors of the hall until six o'clock tomorrow morning, three and one-half hours before the ceremonial cortege starts for Paddinglon Slation. Dukt Mir S!»nd Wlich It was reported t h a t the Duke of Windsor has asked 1 0 be allowed to stand watch at the candle-lighted bier, as he and his .three-, brothers dW 16 vcars aco Inflncirifalhef-RTng "ficoi-ge V The duke, who arrived from New York yesterday, was said lo have besought Queen Elizabeth II for the royal permission to stand beside the body of his brother to whom he relinquished the throne for love. Bands of the Hoval Air Force- and Welsh Guards will lead t h c i funeral procession, followed by 10,000 soldiers, sailors and airmen of Briton and lhc Commonwealth troops, Diplomats will follow lhc I ron-c Court reverse:! the cnnvic- ' lion. At his second trial, in 1017, i Hylcr was convicted n' second de- j gree murder and sentenced lo 21 , years. j ramie office records show lhat I since his original release Bylcr has j been granted four more FO-day fiirloji:lis and a worlch.g en his i . A construction worker was at-parents' f a r m near Bradford In i lacked and robbecl less than « '"i'itt; County. ! block from pnllre 1'eadquarters Another prisoner on a murder | all d t' lc square last night. chjrsc.Juck Bishop, cuiviclcd of | ,/amcs ("allahan ofl.lltlr Hoc:t, an employe of the Err, .Hrijan Company, told city police last n i g h t he was attacked, beaten and j 0:30 p.m., in he left Wilson s Cafe | on West Mountain Sired. The cafe stands next to the City Ad- mlnislrnllon Building. . Callahan said the three men dragged him Inlo the alley between the cafe and Administration Building, beat him and* fobbed him of his billfold containing $22 and pcrsoilal papers. The Little Hock r.ian, here with the company which Is resurfacing parts of Highway "I south, reported the robbery to police al . headquarter* behind the Admin- j istra,lion Building. He told officers I lhc men also look lhc key» lo Ihe I ruck which he operates for the Hosan Company, Ten Negro men were taken to headquarters for questioning within a short time after the robbery.- It ;w«»-determined none of them ;w»» Involved In the beating Reds In Force Thrown Back Allied Defenses In Valley Hold M u n d u n g Valley, Eastern Korea -l/I'l-An estimated 1.100 Communists tonight attacked Allied pnsi- llons In the Mundunn Valley, bul were thrown back after an hour- long struggle. Ihe attack, the largest In four ·- i't'^«»^v, ^,vun.j,c umi um .weeks or more, was designed to | Irl" · did not know of the" prox-r c-ut Ihrough Allied defenses. There lm "" "' "" »'·»-·· . no estimate of enemy casuil *s" ..--,..,^^j.:.... fi'-:u ',··/,,;.; '· One Aiiled unit was aimost fur'-' rounHcd for 3(1 mlHutcs, but Ihfow back the nods without'suffering a single casualty. jhe attacker*. were believed to be Chinese Communists. and robbery.' 'There were indication*, poll" said, thai the three attackers were not Fayetteville resident*.. Since the attack occurred, only about 150 feel from Ihoipollce station--but out of sight --It appeared probable that the t r i o - d i d not know o" Imlty of the station. Then. appeared ;to be ; no co.- ncctlon between hit, jiljb,I's rob- 'R»¥'r i iVf -tt'I-A'MnrSiiilp^f-nVn,,-!^ troops. Included be representatives of the Soviet Union, Bulgaria. Czechoslovakia and Poland from behind the Iron Curtain. Five crowned heads of Kuropo, Gun-Carrying Pastor S t a y s On Safe Side ngclcs-MV'Thou shall Ingn, thcfU and attacks by groups of. teenagers, police declared. Three Held Here Charged With Robbery A Camp Chaffce 1 soldier and two 19-year-old Fort Smith girls were returned here last night from Forl Smith on robbery charges Lutheran Church, grabbed the gun have leased llcnsley's Super Mar- -. _ kct in Springdalc, Homer Hcnslcy, Lh(irOCS Of TlitiA \fi owner and o e r a t o r of the rocer " · · i m w m , , owner and operator of the grocery , store, announced today. They are .1. D. Anderson ami J. C. Harper. Both have been con- p « i A I D. ADO U. 10811 _ . _ ...... ...... ,,,, ..... ,,,,, ,,,,.,, v . u .,_ Missouri Power Company said the nected with the grocery business twister also damaged farm build- in Fayetteville fev several years. ings at Dcnlon, Mo. No injuries I Anderson was formerly with Fair~ were reported. Little Organized Crime Found In East Arkansas slruction Finance Corporation today closed its books on charsrcs Decision On Running A Big One, Says Truman \Vashinj;lon-(/l')-Prnsiden; Truman said today lhc question of whether In run for reelection confronts him with a d i l f i c u l t decision. He told reporter* lie Is not ycl ready to make any announcement. ;,nd t h a t when he does have Recon- j an announcement it will not be way Grocery, and Harper' for- : nf fraud and collusion in an '$80 - merly operated Campbell's Super · 000,000 HFC loan to Hie Baltimore M T r K C K -, ,- ,- , '""" Ohir ' Rai'i-cMd' finriTng'.'tncm i ne building, fixtures and prop- "nn' j u s t i f i e d " crly were leased to the two men, j fiFC Administrator S t u a r t Sym- who bought Ihc stock. Name of ingio,, said the big government the concern will remain the same. | lending agency had accepted a ' Lil.le Rock- M A federal Grand !.o?e Tor Vour yllr^n^nc i I" 01 "TM 1 """ 1 TM ° thai e f f e c t ! ,,-v f^.mrf ,,,, ,,;,;,,,,,,,,, ,,, ;:. . !? r /°. ur ycals '. l *: in l c t l r c from a special investigator. made through" any third person. H was Ihc first time in m a n y . months the president has Indicated ] there have been identified by police as Cpl. Ouster J. Vollon; Mrs. Norma Edwards and Mrs. Sue Flippin. Corporal Taylor reported : lo '" I Slalc Police e a r l y - y e s t e r d a y Later they hooked Charles H. Rolf on suspicion of burglary. Wasn't Rice taking a chance on breaking the sixth commandment. "Thou shall not k i l l ? " No, sir! The gun wasn't loaded. ,, -~ no evidence of organized crime in the eastern districl of Arkansas. for a time because of ill heallh. A Prisoner -- -- I ·""* J» M i lairucr The jury's report, issued here! Tulsa, Okla. - (/]) - Detectives yesterday, said the crime situa- of converting lax colleclions to his ! f i o n generally ^'is perhaps al its John A. Malone, suspended as- lowest ebb within the history of the state." A western districl Grand Jury relumed a similar finding al Forl Smilh lasl month. sislant chief of the income tax division :f the San Francisco office, was indicted on a charge of conspiring to-dcfraud the government. , Chairman McClcllan (D-Ark) ! of the Senate Expenditures Com- j mittoo," which is considering the ' president's plan to reorganize Ihc ' tax bureau, putting all except the top commissioner under Civil Service, said he was against the|''y one of his supporters today to picked up a man for questioning yesterday who surprised them He added, "this phase of the mailer has been closed." The Weather- Arkansas--Partly cloudy and ^^r r.^^ '-!* c^'^aSi:: £;?=;K .-,.........,,.,.-. L -.,,U:IT.C north portions lonif i, of Sapulpa. I Friday partly cloudy and cool. 15 Violent Deaths In there was any indecision in his j . _. s 1 wr,dtr;;r; r wha? ^ Arkansas ln Three *w Uonji he is rlchatinfi in his mind that HJ'C causing the d i f f i c u l t y . Mine Closing Authority For Government Sought robbed him and took his car. The women and man were arreilcd an hour laler by Forl Smith police while driving an automobile identified as Taylor's. Sheriff Bruce Crider said the three told him the two soldiers were together at Fort Smilh and met the two young women at a Cafe Tuesday night. Later Ihey drove lo Wlnslow, where, Ihey was any indecision in his! ··"·*» -- ~ ~ -- ·-- T*- ^ ' · - - ·· - - - , ....1....I H...J said, Corporal Taylor In.;isled on ! leaving the car and hitch-hiking Little Hock-MVAt lean 15 p e r - - b a c k to Forl Smith. Taylor, who sons have died violently in A r - i returned lo duly al Camp Chaffee, kansas since Monday. - I has nol been questioned by Wash- A nine-year-old boy, Kenneth ( i n g t o n County authorities. Blair, hanged himself while play-: · ing wilh a rope swin^ at his' _ home near Van Burcn, Ark., yes-! Fee B i l l Issued In lerday. ri f Mrs. Daisy L. Ockcr. C r a w f o r d : Election Contest ,. . - , ' o n - W j - S e c r e t a r y n f l c o u n t y coroner, said Ihe v o u n g - I _. lhc Interior Chapman says C o n - j s t c r became tan-led in the rope ! c ' rcu " -'l"k Richard Greer to- grass must give the Bureau of! She ruled the death accidental.'I day . issucri " '* h11 ' for SJ" 7 -90 Mines authority to close unsafe 1 Charlos A Copcland 47 a ! a «»'nsJ Arthur B. Davidson in an coal mines--lhat the miners a n d ) K roccryinan, operators should responsibility. not was electrocuted - . I election contest between David- Senator Morse Urges Eisenhower To Come Home And Campaign For Nomination . O i:rz:ri, jjTM«^^; ^s^s-cr ^r«»Ms '=TM t anglc ~ a m n j n r P art 13eri;n-(/P)-llighor death rates nnd growing anti-Communism comc home and launch a vigorous campaign for Ihe Republican pres- idcnllal nomination ! too lalo," "before it is This was a change In viewpoint ...... K « . I W I I I K Mmi-i~iHiiimimsm / ,. have dipped East Germany's pop- i rnr hc "»'"r Morse ( n - O r e l , who ulalion sharply in Ihc last year, a ] nntl indicated a mnnlh ago he survey showed today. The West ; thought the general eoind win the " csclirch , Intitule said t h e ; GOP nomination in July without - ' », , , hast Zoni- population has fallen .. Europe. Morse's Tnc Oregon senalor declared ll-erc were 'several generals who could lalic over Eisenhower's -job as commander of (he North Allan- dcncy. "I am very hopeful," Morse said, lhal Eisenhower will tecognir.c before II is too l a i c lhal the welfare of Ihc country needs his great leadership much more In lhc W h i l e HoiiM! than a.i head of Ihe North Mlantlr Treaty Orianl/alinn." Klscnhowor said last month he ' Another general, U. Hon. Alberl '. Wcdemeycr, now retired to private business, railed "substantially roiYcU" a statement by Mrs. Mary E. Kenney t h a t he had agreed lo be a fnvorile son candidate In Nebraska, provided he is candidate. Mrs. Kenney is stale ch.iirmnn of the Fighters for General M a c A r t h u r . Wcdciniycr said he he would nol campaign for the nomination, but If Nebraska lie- publlcnns enter him he will nol relive tn run. CHIicr political developments: President Truman told A u-.ih. Ington farewell d i n n e r ......i, . i " ' :"»""" larEv/ru d i n n e r for Z.M » rr i, ? ! 1 " )rtllnMI ""- '"'I I l l r l n g Price Administrator Ml. would accept It If U wm offered, iP-I.Sall* U.,t night he hnpi« for re- Ichafil Ihr have thls| while "rigging up an electric saw I s0 " a n d P(TO ' C|1 M- Khca. Davkl- ! on his l.cc County /arm vcsii-rday ' so " " snl '" r ma ' or '" 'he ' Circuii Court and costs of the action were assessed ag.ilnst him. \Villi a move to appeal the decision lo the Supreme Court already under way, It appeared likely lhal Davidson would make a supcrsedcas bond, assuring payment of costs should he lose Ills former Toledo mayor will defeat | l,,,m audience the people cannot Sonato- nicker ( f t - O h i o l . DiSalle i h a v e .Vonmion honesty" in gov- is a candidate for the Democratic ' ' nomination In oopo.'.e Briclser. The president faces another quiz/ii.g today at his weekly news i-onfcicnce nn his own political plans. California's Gov. K.-iri Warren look isMii- with Tafl'i Lincoln eminent if they don't elect a Republican administration, The Ohio senator ?aid lie would not enter the Oregon preferential primary May Hi because he lac-kid time to campaign. Hut he was reported lining up backets who would turn him If the \oters* first choice · " niNi-Min u, mm i t tnc Kiters first choice Day speech In which Ihc Ohloan i falls lo make headway al Ihc con- urged (hat American arms and ' vci.tion. I r a l n i n g he ppcedcd In N n l i o n a l i f t Chines? nn Fnrmo.u. "I don't ice how we ran arm .'10(1,000 soldiers and srnd Ihcm lo China unless we aro prrparnl to follow lhroug',1 mid finish Ihr Job for Ihcm If lh*j lull, 1 ' In Otetjon. T.iIt Senator Kefativer of Tennessee, seeking the Democratic' nomination fot president, bcjjtm hi; campaign for UK New Hampshire primary March II, He said In Concord he did not Intend lo i-rlllclir I'rnl- - W.ircn said. Kli-nl T r u m a n riiinng hij c»mpa|«n. told , r o r l - ] but would oiler his kwn urosram api/cal. Effort Mode To Trim Number Of Explosions Little H'jc'.-fTVThe Arkansas Health Department is distributing fuel oil container warning togs In nn .effort to cut down the state's hi*h fatality In fuel oil explosions. Miss Fenian Utlpy, health director for the department, Mid yesterday Arkunsns' llr» detth rota is above iho national average. Th« agency's son I Is « law or rciuU- tlon requiring thnt fu«l oil Tnujl tw sold In labeled, ;*(· contalntrt

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