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TW PUIUC INTKEST IS THI MIST CONCIRN OF THIS NfWSPAPM Associated ftett Leased Win « AP, King and NEA Feature* IOCAI FOfttCAST-- r'ayellovfllo and vicinity mostly cloudy v/ith light rain or snow to- nlglit and tomorrow. . Continued cnol. Temperatures from 28 to 33 degree*, tonight. High temperature yesterday S7; bw 35; ncwn today 38. Sunrise 7:05; sunset 6:00. VttUMI 90, NUMMH 174 FAVETTIVIlll. ARKANSAS, FMDAY~ WINING, FiltUAKY 15^1952 PRICI FIVI CINTS Under Fire Of Allied Big Guns Communist Attacks Bring Response From U. N. Defenders Seoul, Korea-(/P)-A11ie.d big guns pounded Communist positions in Eastern Korea today. High ex. plosive and fragmentation shells rained down on some Red strong- points for more than an hour. A , 15-jninute barrage battered Red posit'ons above the Mundung Valley, springboard for one of the heaviest Communist attacks in weeks Thursday night. An Allied officer said, the Red attack was designed to drive a wedge through the main U. N. lines. Allied soldiers stopped it in a 49-minute battle, much of it at close .quarters. Frontline officers would make no official estimate of Ked casualties. Allied troops were exuber- «nt. They said Red losses must have been "very heavy.' 1 AP Correspondent Stan Carter, who watched (he fight from a hillside bunker, said the Reds lost at least 160 merv. Beds Seen Approaching The battle was fought over the same ground where the Redl lost .. 126 men,,-from a 420-man attack-, ing force three days ago. ·Carter said U. N. troops could lee-the Reds approaching even in the moonless night. When the.van- guard of Communists snipped . barbed wire guarding U. N. positions, OIs opened up with hand grenades and rifle fire. Within moments heavy Allied ·rtillery, mortar, tank ,and machine gun fire chimed in. 'Less than an hour later the Communists called it quits. Allied aircraft were out today. One Ped MIG was damaged in a four-minute 1 - battle .between 19_ C. S. Sabre jets and 30 Communist lets over Northwest Korea, the Fifth Air Force said. Fulbright Gives |University Students To Go Democrats Credit,All-Out In Money-Raising For Cleanup Try Efforts For Campus Chest For' Worth, Texas-(/P)-Democrats, says Senator Fulbright (D- Ark) deserve full credit for starting congressional investigations. "The Republicans were in charge of the 80th Congress and I can't recall that they started anything of a serious nature." said the Arkansas senator here'last night. "We (the 'Democrats) tried to clean our own house and deserve some credit." Fulbrishl said he thought Con. Dwight D. Eisenhower is a strong candidate in the-South but that Senator Taft (R-Ohio) "confuses the picture." Fulbright'will speak at a Chamber of Commerce banquet at Vernon, Texas, tonijrht. By GEROL GARRISON · Girls on horseback, ugly men, make-believe policemen carrying billy-clubs, leg shows--all.will be used to raise money for the.three- day University Campus Chest drive which opens-Monday. Nine of the 10 women's .houses on Ihe campus are competing to raise the $3,000 goal set for Ihe drive, and they have contrived a variety of ways for soliciting funds. Prayer Is A s k e d By Congressmen Washirigton-W)-A prayer chapel In the Capitol for use by mem- There appears to be no chance for; bcrs of Congress has been asked the male sludcnt with even a s ' i n concurrent resolution.* Intro- little as a penny in his pocket lo j duccd in the House and Senate by escape contributing. Kappa Kappa Gamma Highway System Overloaded, Expert Tells Audit Group i Sen. Mike Monro-ey of Oklahoma sorority l a n d Rep. Brooks Hays of Arkan- { pas for seven mens' houses next week. Two men's jackets, hats, and shorts.-Avill Kappas wearing poJ ice- Cheating Issue To Be Talked At Mass Meeting 'University Students Schedule Session Monday Night University students will meet Monday night lo discuss the problem of cheating on examinations. A mass meeting was called today by Associated Women Students.' It will begin at 8 p. m. Monday in the game room of Ihe Student Union. Object of the meeling is to gel students' views on the situation and'try lo evolve a plan for curbing cheating. An AWS commillce was appointed Wednesday afternoon lo study the problem and suggesl means of correcting it. Several weeks ago, a committee, _ ,, of Blue Key, campus honorary; Ihe money in the jars leadership fraternilj-,- began a ' study of the problem. Shortly has gone all out to launch a four- sas. point drive. Three Kappas will The chapel would he adjacent ride horses around Ihe c a m p u j . lo Die Capito! rotunda each day from noon lo 3:30 posing, Monroney and flays'said in the as bandits and holding up people resolutions: for donations. A skit, "The Black Face Babes From the' Heart of ! Dixie," will be given hy six Kap 1)t ,]j cvc [ n a t (ncrc [ s a long-felt need -among members of Congress for a convenient place in the Capitol lo which they might retire for prayer and that in teen- ing with, the American principle of complete " each mlghl freedom of worshi find in . the chapel Furlough Policy Soldier Says He Wasn't Robbed Alter All, Of Slate Under And ls Fined By Judgcln Municipal Courl ^ ome ! A (.'amp C h a f l e c soldier ami u-0'.l Boltun, '2i, .Mrsi Sur Hlpplh, 19, | « ^ , p. n ft I ... : young 1'orl Smith women were nd- . «"'' Mrs. Norma Kdwnrds, ID, told i T* I AllllTIAf Fire By Sheriff '" iucti in b " nd ° bb ^ thxnm; ; "'^ :i TM---- - -l ' y volumes Convictions Useless, He Soys, If Men Are To Be Freed Word that the slayer of nn Izard (.'amp C h a f l e c soldier and two · ,1 Billion, 23, .Mrsi Sur rllpplh, 19, \ t young 1'orl Smith women were afl- , ami Mrs. Norrna Kdwards, ID, told i milled lo bond on robbery charges i "" c . ' : " Bl ' u " C r i d c r l ' ne hr " J l)ccn ! , , ,, , , : '-··'H.'i I'nylor nil during ,thc eve- jrcstordHy nflcrnoon after (lie in..n : n!ng ;ui( ,\ ak , , 1C ins|sl * d ' OI1 , M V . | who accused them uf lahhint; him t,« tup c.ir near Mmmlainlmrs, ! achni'.tcil in court t h a t lhc charpw ; Lclliiu* them lo return it lo Camp : liiid nu basis in fact. ;J. a!lcc. ' - Taylor admitted he and Rolton j Arraigned in M i i n i d p i l Cmirl yofiorclay nMcrnoon, Cp!. ,*;i faun ', met Ihe two younj; woir.cn at a j H. Taylor, 23, pleaded jjmU.v t « . j Kort Smith cafe Tuesday night charp.cs of falsc'aijd malicious'itc- County sheriff has been on fur- ] *-"isatioiiN and drunkenness. Judsc V. James Flak f i n e d him $';() on and drove tu Winslow. He said 1 ,ht;y hi'd been d r i n k i n g and that | he l e f t the car a f l e i an argument, j i;o did not explain why he re- l - The girls will-carry billy-clubs and whistles. The fourth part of t h e Kappa drive will be carried out in a booth to be set up in the union. Here students wilt have an opportunity to throw balls at three cffipicj of faculty members for a small £ec. The women from Davis Hall, women's dorm, will display their shapely legs in a booth in the Union for males to toss embroidery j hoops at. The girls will wear a garter around a leg. If a male is skilled enough to ring a girl's Ice, three times in a row he will win the garter. Tosses will cost three for a dime. ; An Ugly Man Contest will raisnt money for the Chi Omegas. A I booth downstairs in the Union will I be lined with pictures of an "ugly man" representative from each men's house*. A jar will be placed! in front of each picture. The idea I is for students to vote for their favorite ugly man by putting facilities for expressing his reli- | gious faith." 5 Area Men Back In U. S. From Korea Returning Home Under Rotation Plan Of Army Forty-five men from Northwest Arkansas wore passengers u' the naval transport Gen. M. C. ........... ,,,.,,. Meigs, which arrived yesterday money in the j a r in front' of h'isi'" San Francisco from Korea with picture. At the end of the drive! 4,472 Army veterans. bp |. Most of the combat veterans arc --- .-n.u.)' ui uie i^iuujuin, onoruy Fifth Air Force plane; flew 289 thereafter the Arkansas Traveler, lortics during the day in the cam- .paign lo cut Red supply lines. Nashville, Tehn., Vandals Active N a s h v i l l e , Terin.-(/P)-Hock- throwlng vandals pitched their hardest against windows and front doors last night right on the heels of police curbs. Young hoodlums bombarded homes in all sections of the city. Police headquarters was deluged with calls for three hours, but patrol cruisers were student newspaper, iiublished a story indicating that cheating was widespread in the recent semester final exams. Miss- Nancy Anne Hall, Little Rock, president of AWS, will open 'Monday night's meeting. Also scheduled to take part are John counted and the "ugly man" whose! Regular Army men who arc com- jar contains Ihe most money w i l l - ing home under the 1 ' rotation plan. ~ J " J " The Northwest Arkansans are: Cpl. Carl D. Austin, Cpi. John F. rjonolson, .Jr., Cpl. Herbert W. be awarded a cup. Each men's house selected its own candidate for the drive. Monday night the Chios will serenade the "ugly man" conteslant in each house. A jail will be scl up by Zcta Tau Alpha sorority in the basement of the Union and any men sent to jail will be ordered to re~i. Shoemaker, dean of men; Miss [port to a show to he presented Jeannctle Scudder, dean o f . . . . . . . . _ . lough since lasl May comes as surprise," Sheriff Bruce Cridcr j l " c f i l S t charRc and S3 on the said this afternoon,. In view of the i second. His fines and costs lotalcrl ; ported being robbed', statc's-policyln frcclneJnng^torin 1 * 7B - '- nlcl '. Judge Piak suspended '· Bolton 'was convicts without -consulting w i t h ! * 2S " f " lc "'ics. . nlcipai notifying county officials con- ccrned . 'Crid-r recalled that T u c k Taylor telephoned Slate Police iirraisnrd In Court yesterday o drunkenness charge, HIK! fined $5 early Wednesday morning from Moiiiitaiiiburg, reporting t w Bishop, who was serving two life i '"'"men ""d a m a n -- a l l '-strangers" j Although terms for t h e murder of four men ;"! h i m --had hCHlrn and robbed j wcic nn; at Springdale in 1941, was fur- 1 ' 1 '" 1 allC ' ''"'en Ills car. The trio | thcr Investigation, Rullun and the loughed Christmas and never re- ! Whs "'rcsled shortly a f t e r w a r d by ! two women were admitted to bond turned to the stale prison farm. ! l '' orl S m i l h Police, who said one | al $1,1)00 each. The Uvo women and cosls--$M in ah-- on » plea cufijy. Ihe robbery charges miased pending f u r - of lhc \vomcn was driving Tnylor's j were released. car. The three wore charged wllh i Doth Uollon and Tnvlur romain- robbcr.v and returned to Fayclte-: cd in county Jail today, unable to v '" c ' . Vcslcrday, however, Cpl. Cuslrr I ar., Insl them. "We didn't know Bishop was going to be turned loose." t h e sheriff suld. "The first notice we have of these furloughs is when the newspapers print stories on ! Sheriff Cridcr said he had oh- ' jccteri lo any possible parole for Bishop, and had not been con- I suited at all annul placing him on : furlough. And, he added, state officials have never furnished his ' office with photographs or full i information on Bishop. j I'-ard County Sheriff Bo.ycc .1.1 Procrcra Is being made toward*- ^niarTio^hTi,;^ i ihc M » ° f - ""*·"·" ^ I P 8 ' " lc and posts assessed Definite Decision On New U. A. President Apparently Not Near Bylcr, 38, who was years for the 1945 serving murder Sheriff J. Lawrence Harbcr. fact, he said, he didn't even know that Bylcr rjad been at large since last May 5. Dudley, Sfc. Allen L. Dunn, Set. j "" seems to be useless for c Kenneth L. Carriott, Sgt. Joe G. Hardin, Sgl. Ralph L. Mayes, Set. Orlando D. Medley, M-Sgt. Edward L. Routh, and Cpl. John'D. Swaim. all of Fnyctteville; Sgt. Billy F. Cole, Cpl. Donald ' F. Hcn'slcy, Sgt. Doyle R. Hcnsley, Omicron Delia Kappa, and Mor- ihvays momenls late. lar Board-- all honor societie r.nri the Sludont Senate. Organized I or- ] pending on how much'moncy "they s-- I are carrying. . , , , - Singfest To Bf Hsld ! Indcpendenl Women, sophomore T ,.. Only yesterday Police Chief Ed counselors, and scholarship c h a i r - , , ,, ,, ,, Burgess directed officers to tighl- pn enforcement of the 11 p. m., curfew for children under 16 un- ·ccompanied by their parents. The rock-throwing wave began several weeks ago when 72 window panes were broken at a private school. Since then two shotgun hlasls have been fired into residences, and other vandalism perpetrated a g a i n s t business houses, homes and churches. Damage has been estimated at $2,000. Four In Family Perish In Tenement Blaze Somerville, Mass.-^-A family of four.--the parents and two children they apparently tried lo save --perished last night in a fire that damaged four tene"ment buildings. The' body of Anthony Car- carfo, 52, v/as found with that 01 his daughter,- Jeanctlc, two and one-half, clutched in his arms. Mrs. Eva Carcarrp, So, was found dead near .the "body of a son, Richard, five. Some 30 persons, many of them children in nightclothes, were made homeless by - Ihe general alirm fire in sub-freezing temperature. denccs. , j u · J ·' "w-i.JtiJ mv, w u v \ji it U I 1 1 U 1 L I I I i i l J I U from the organized resi- All men's houses will compete in n campus-wide singfcst to close Sfc. James F. Miller. Cpl. Max D. Moore, Sgt. John B. Obcn- shain, H-Sel. James L. nakcs. the men's C P'- Bobby. K. Scott, Sgt. Robert ' ' D. Wagoner, Sfc. Clyde E. Weaver, and Sfc. Frederick "w. Zch, all of At least two proposals are un-: the drive next Wednesday nighl at dcr consideration by various stu- 7:30 in the Student Union Ball dent groups for recommendation the University administration. One would sel up a rigid proctoring system at examinations-- po-' licing the students in an effort to prevent dishonesty. The other would provide an honor 'system which would encourage students to refrain from cheating and to report instances of cheating. Snow Isolita Villages ' VIcnna-(/P)-New snowfalls and avalanches cut road and rail communications in Auslria today, leaving hudreds of villag -s temporarily isolated. Room. Admission will be 50 cents. all of which will be turned over to the Chesl. Rogers. Sfc. Finley n. Baker, Set. James A. Peterson, Set. A r t h u r D. Slaughter, anrt Cpl. William 11. Ward, all of Bentonvillc. Warrant Officer (jg) jimmy E. Andcrsttn of Gentry. Sfc. Billy D. Browcrs of Lincoln. Sfc. Franklin D. Ferris of Wesley'. Sgt. Robert J. Fcnno, Jr., of e World Student Service Fund. 35! Cpl. Billy D. Smallwood of per cent: Red Cross, 15 per cent; Lowell Fayctteville Community Chest, five per cenl; and reserve fund, 10 per cenl. Trophies for the top two win- , , , , , ,, ,,, ,, . ,, ners in the Singfest as well a* for! H u B n M ' Gro « sn . Sfc - Samuel n. the top two houses in the rollsc-! Pll ' 11 " ls . anf 1 Sqt. Gerald L. Sell?., tics to spend time and money locating and convicting lawbreakers if th?y arc going lo be turned loose after reaching prison,"- -Sheriff Cridcr said. The sheriff said six persons sentenced from Washington Coun- , ty for murder, or as accessories to ! ^Highway 112 ^ iani " \Pavmg Plans I University, it was learned today, of j bul every indication is Unit there j In , will not be a definite the near future. No "deadline" for the selection j of president ha, been «.. I, was i ^ D^J^Q^ Indicated, as members nf both find the 'best available '.nun for the position than lo try fo fill the position by a ccrlain dale. ........ ---------- ,, ...... Selection of 'a president if murder have been freed on f u r - I TM i o r institution is n very rcsiwn- u,r lough or otherwise released with- '"'Ic u n d e r t a k i n g , It was pointed in the past five years. "And then i "ft. ' a n d it is not unusual for unl- thcy (prison officials) wonder ! versifies to spend from right why there arc 100 less prisoners i months to a year In the search. Ibis year than last," he said I Honoris which have hern nuh- the Board of Trustees and lhc Advisory Commillce of theJncully j : .. A discussion n( plans ,.jo cn- · --· · · - · " . . - . - ·.-. · j '" "~' f '''"' ' i W n y ' i l 2 (rum ion with" H i g h w a y 0 8 lo Cave Springs nviu held lasl night al (he Chlckcr House by representatives from s e v e r a l i towns.In this nrc.i Interested N ln .1 r o j c c I. Bcnlon- vlllc, Cave -Springs, Elm Springs, Spriiifidale and FaycUcvlIlc were represented al the .session. W ;bb Williams, chair-ma- of the Cham- "There doesn't sccn/to be any- i 'bhod from t i m e ,o ,1,^ Indicat- ^1'SX Tay'cS C """ thing county officials can do nbolil ; l n R t h a t lhc list of " ..--.--i JLH.W.I lAll money collected .by the women's houses on the linal day of the drive will go to "Dough for Polio." The rest of the funds will he apportioned as follows: U. of A. Foundation for International E x - , change of Studenls, 35 per cent;; Siloam Springs. SRI. Merle W. Crow. Cpl. Orville R. Dodson. Sfc. Billy D. Ellis, Cpl. Donald L. Ferguson.. Cpl. the situation," he declared, "since we are not even told about releases." Throws Political Hat A Long Way i With the 45lh Division, Korca- I OT-Slc. T. L. Stuart may have established a distance record for throwing political hals. He losscd his hclmcl liner across lhc Pacific inlo the Cadrto County sheriff's race at Anadarkb. Okla. Stuart, 32, was on the A n a d a r k o CONTINUED ON PAr.E N I N E all of Bprryville. Plant Valentines For Hospital Patients those under consideration has been cut lo a rrrtiin number, are not Indicative of 'the nrogress of tile search, it was raid. The number of prospects undergoing intensive invrstigaUon at .in.v one lime is relatively small. it was learned, bul the list chunqcs from (me to time, as the Job pro- I Ration. ' 'le dele- ·"· nuc Smaller Commission Advisable, He Says At Capital Hearing By LEON HATCH Little Rock-(/]')-An oul-o(-stat2 eypcit s:ilrl today that Arkansas has srvcr.il thousand miles of roads t h a t it can't maintain effectively and economically. And. said William M. Spann or Kansas City, local roads arts being added to the overloaded highway system. Spann was a witness before Ihs Highway Audit Commission at that group's final day n ( . p u b l i c ' h e a r In? In its investigation of the .stale Highway Department. A consulting engineer, of long experience, Spann WHS employed by th? commission to study the Arkansas highway system from «n engineering viewpoint. . . Tun clone political iiunclat» of Governor McMnth were to anneiir before the Arkansas. llljhwij Audit Coiemlnlnn thli »ftrrnefm. llenrjr H'n4s, the ' .lovemor's executive Byrretarr' and campaign miniger In 1348 and IT-.TM, and Hlfhway Com-' mlnlnnrr Truman Biker both would tfntlfj, Ally. Gen. Ikr. . iMurry oald at noon. Both mi!n hiivr btrn mentioned freiguently in Ilir cnmmlMlon'i InvcsdTi- lion of Stale Highway Depart* · irenl opcraUona. Spann estimated 'that Arkansas' present revenue would support highway system o( some 0,000 to 7,00(1 miles. He said the present system ' consisls of about 0,723 miles, and ihat many roarta now maintained by the slate do not (it Into a statewide system and thould be turned back to cities or coun- lif.V - , V Tcslitying 1 r,d m ,'typewritleii poles, i Spann-/iuneejlcd that-a rt- cla!»lficatio.i'"of"irie ; tiystcm would -. be highly rieslMble. Too many ronds, he said, do not serve a sufficient amount or traffic. Spann nald ho believed that Jf all roads over which less- than 300 lo 5M vehicles Irnvcl dally were eliminated, It wouid-do much lo reducing the syslem to a more suitable size. Cpmmitiion Unwivldf Spann said he believed the pregi cut 12-memh.cr commission wiis unwieldy and ineffective, and its Fifty per ecu I of lhc co:;t of i members were subject to local hiircl surfacing lhc f n u r - m I 11 pressure. stretch can he obtained through llc suggested a much smaller' federal aid, It was s-.Id. 'County ; ."""mission, preferably three mero- . Judge Bill Enflcld of Bcntn'i ccrds. While i bc "', . ' Arkansas voters -will have 'a ·sons have been submitted to the | cstcd. and learn If ci.ough cnh he Advisory Committee and to the I raised lo finance lhc paving job. iu v I.-MJI .v \,uiiiiiuuii .inn 10 inc Screening CommiHcc nf the board, nn one would comment on tlie app nroximile number still on the "ac- ; "" list." Nomination.-; fnr the po- police force a year between hilch-1 silion have not been closed and cs of active duty with the 45th Division-Company - -- . new names continue to be added Division--in World War II in I to the list for Investigation. 170th Infantry, and j members nf t h r Hoard of now B Battery, loRth Field A r t i l - ] Trustees are hcinc kept advised run for one of three senalorships allotted Pulaski County in re- I districting. ] Bob niley of Little Hock is a j candidate fnr t h e third scat and : Sen. Max Unwell ot Littlr Hock ' is expected lo seek reelection to I the second post. More Influenza Cases This Year Than Last Appointment Of Temporary Boss For RFC By Truman Questioned By Senate Committee WashliiKton-MA running feud n c l i n g administrator, between the White House and the Lawyers in t h e Senate have di.s- Senatc drew a senatorial duostion j agiTril on whether the president '· important mads were neglected Homing Wasn't Ever Like This Chattanooga, Tenn.-(/P)-A cocky and determined pigeon strutted through the door of a downtowv restaurant last night, marched to the kitchen, and had a meal nf peanuts and a drink of water on house. Then, policeman Johnny Padgetl reported, the bird' sauntered over to · phone booth, laiA an egg, and settled down for the night. Poultry Morket -- The poultry market today as reported by the University of Arkansas Institute of Science and Technology and the Dairy and Poultry Market* News Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Northwest Arkansar m a r k e t ! itMdy, trading paid f.o.b. farm up ,o ^.fc.-*^^ to 'TM '£ i^'^^,1^^,^ Reelection To Senale i Little nock-l/Pj-Scn. Ellis Fagan j of Little Itnck, president pro tern ! of the 1051 Senate and political ' foe of Governor McMath. today they can not match this f'uid but slnullonal nmc ndmcnt at the sen- will have sonic money available cra | c i cctl on next November.. or 'he projccl. It was decided to S pann said there seemed to. be was learned I h a t the [ lake up a subscription along lhc · no inlcgralcd or long rnnge pro- names of perhi.ps 150 to 200 per- I roulc and also in the towns Inter- gram lor highway construction or m'afnlenancc, and that secondary 1 toads seemed lo receive primary consideration. -'-. , He commented that much Highway Department employment apparently was politically directed. -The witness said that lack ot a long, range plan made operations more expensive and resulted in a haphazard, disconnected lyi- lem. Motet LOT/ Salary Scali He praised Ihe efficiency of . .. - -,, ... .. Chief Highway Engineer A. E. the Advisory Committee. Joint months of duty. The'.release pro- Johnson, whopi he did not Identify meetings between members ol gram will begin next monll. and ' by name, and said the depart- the Screening Committee and will cover all enlisted reservists i mt : nt was handicapped not only by Enlisted Reserves To Receive Releases Washinglon-l/f'i-Thc Army a v nnunced today thai enlisted mcm- bers of the Tlcserve i n u t - ii i -j . -- -- -.··., ..*.(,.. ....ri^vt. uui t, oi me y i E f i n i z c u iicscrx harge in A«u t '" r' tho , ilclivil1 ^ "' l h c *"*n'ni! now on active duly ipvoluntarll -hargc In August. f, 0 ." 1 " 1 .","? "' l !l c 1)0 ?, rrl and ^ o f ! will he released after 20 lo 2 Pagan To Seek members of* the /Advisory Coin- j evccpl (hose serving In National i j' 0111 '" 1 considerations but by a miltee are held as often as cir- i Guard anil-aircraft units. i ov i' salary scale. cumFlanccs permit, it was indi- I The Army said plans a i e to re- ' s . pann l' olnlcd out.lhat the clue! cated. j lease all Guard anti-aircraft IK.- ' c '" ! ' nccr i t a l l i o n s - f r o m federal service as units, beginning in April. This Rrrrralion Areas Popular j program is lo he completed bv . , ~ « I s a, Okla.-M|-Oklahoma's I May. 1953., Rciular allti-alrcrpft filed for reelection. His filing gut . recreation areas showed a 115 per I batallions will ·; forniod 1" lake short speculation he would be n LTnl increase in attendance durii ,,· the place of c.ic-h Nat'oual Guard candidate for governor. Fagan will I " I5fl ''"mpared with 1047. l i m i t as il is released. received the maximum of 5383 monthly. He suggested that salaries should range from S150 monthly up to a maximum of '$1,000 for the chief engineer. I Spann said maintenance opera! lion?! were inefficient and costly. Resides the other factors, he men- '· Honed f a u l t y purchasing pro- i ccdurc as a cause. He said ma- i tcrials sliouM be purchased only : on competitive bids with specific ' quantities and definite locations j listed. There h« been testimony before the commission that this practice was not always followed. Snann testified he was unable lo find any basis of priority for maintenance work. He said some today whether President Truman · has any such a i i t h n r i t v . M a v h a n k had authority to I n s t a l l Ihr tern-! said lhc staff's f i n d i n g s w i l l be Little nock-MVfhrrc were .1,- · P" rn '.v boss now r u n n i n g - l h c I l r - 1 suliniitletl to llio f u l l rnmniiltce, conslruclion Finance Corjioi-.-ition. i with a request for guidance as to W. Stuart Symington stepped | its nrxt strp. The question rcporlcdl,^ \vas DOS kpown cases of Influenza in Arkansas -- exclusive of Lillle nock--last week. This, the state ! n u l Wednesday as HFC adniln- Hcallh Department reported to- ! Istralor, nnnofihciiig t h a t w i t h Mr. hie faclnr in holding Symington temporary on Ihe job ,ince January 15, when '·· ' and others of less Importance were Program At Greenland Planned For Tonight The new Wilson Gvmnasium In YV«I niKHHAAi in n i R n L | . ; -- . . ,,. demand fair, volumii t j The Wwhlngton. County Council of the Home Demonstration'Clubs ycstcrdny gnve n Valtmlno nlmit ^«,.IA .1 · i! i y ,"" light, offering ?e n.r f lly rtiMW to patient, of lh e Veteran', Hosplla,. Approximately 175 pLt. were "dlslrLbulcd'.mV t h e ' 1° ^li"^ l ^.,l'^: improved in most markets. Prices | patients. It wan voted to mako this an annual a f f a i r . day. brought the total fnr Ihe past ' Truman's approval ,wo weeks to B.I50 cases, com- ' "'''Ing .-.dmlnlstralor was l.-iking , he first sought lo retire, while the Greenland will be formally open- pared with only 4,317 for the first . charge. He Is Leo Nlelsnri, veteran ;b.-inklng cnmmitlre and Mr. Tru! ed toniglu In a dinner-program six weeks of 19.11. HFC secretary. I man spurred over the McDonald i honoring Dr. and Mrs G. W. \VII- Thi-n Senale Banking C o m m i t - . npnolninient. | s ,, n 0 ( Greenland. A basketball lee, which has blocked fnr weeks ; Th commlllrc )i,.s refused to ap- , C |, r .ic will be held In the gym Ihe president's attempts In Install [prove McDonald for the RFC post .ifler Ihe program, ....d colder,! " srr - v ^ McDonald as S y m l n g - j while a House Commerce Sub- aflernoon and ; lnn ' s successor, countered swiftly, i committee Is lonklng Intn accusa- The Wtathtr-- j. . , · | "V.vna,l/nnl I (III! in IK allCmOOn ailfl ' " *»'*. v.^"l , H / U M I V H u ^ W I l l l J . i ! i f j | l f l l m l - v t:, II,.,KIII|( II1UI HLCUSa- |nuicd among the tonight and In southeast portion i'Chairman Mayhank (D-SCl a n - ; lions--not aimed al McDonald In., nrollers and fryers, all weights, and standing with members of the council nre Dr. I rs-l . . , mostly 28 cents a pound, I GeonK J. Ernst, chief of special services. (Puska T1MESKOTO). Wrlcht, manager of the hospital and nlint. 28-3H north portion t o - , Monday a d r i f t on Ihe legality of Exchange Commission which Mc- 1 a presidential order naming an i Donald now hf.id*. The new high school jym Is virtually completed. The dinner will begin al 6:30 p. m,, w i t h flobert Barnes as toastmtster and Judge Maupin Cummlngi is speaker. The ball |1M Will Itart M 1:30. . . L .

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