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IMI PUiUC INTEREST · THE FIRST CONCERN OF THIS NEWSIAFf* Associated Press Leased Wire FAYETriVIUEAKKANSAS, TUESDAY EVENING AP, King and NEA Features IOCAI FORECAST-- · Fayetlevllle vicinity general!} f i t . and continued cold tonijjht, temperature 23-30 degrees/ To-' morrow clear lo partly cloudy-and warmer. High temperature yesterday 40, noon today. 43. Io-.v last night 22. Sunrise 6:52, sunset 8:1'I; Egypt To Propose Period Of Withdrawal Of British Troops To Avert "Struggle" AuditShows Cairo, Egypt-ypj-The independ- · ent newspaper Al Ahram said today Egypt in negotiations with Britain starting Saturday will propose a period for withdrawal at British troops from the Suez Canal Zone. She also will propose that a number of British. military experts train Egyptian forces to take over the Suez base and that Britain supply arms and equipment, the The military proposals would be contained in one of three notes A second will propose a plebiscite in The Sudan to determine whether that upper Nile country unites with Egypt or becomes independent. It will suggest a provisional parliament and a provisional cabinet with British and Egyptian advisors to rule under a United Nations commission's supervision in the transitory period. The present .British governor general , e cm an newspaper said. The account add= I would be displaced. -- '- ___ _ _ I A third note would propose con- ditions under which Egypt would participate in a Middle East Defense organization and its relations with the United Nations and such regional defense systems as the North Atlantic Treaty Organ! zation. Premier Aly Maher ' P a s h a warned last night his government lead the nation in a struggle to get British troops out of the Suez Canal area and unite The Sudan with Egypt unless it wins these points in the negotiations. McDonald, Approved By Senate, Takes 0 Job Of RFC Boss; Praises Symington Washington-M 5 )-Harry A. McDonald takes over today as boss of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation with a warning lo influence peddlers to "stay away." Senator Douglas (D-lll), calling McDonald honest but "loo weak" to stand up to influence pressures, waged a futile two-hour fight in the Senate yesterday .to block the appointment. The roll call vote in McDonald's favor was 46 to 23. I "No hard feelings," McDonald! said later as he packed up to leave his present post as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. McDonald praised his prede- ' cessor, W. Stuart Symington, for doing "a very marvelous organizational job." he said: "We certainly will not tear down any of the . good things he has started." McDonald's salary will be upped from S15.000 to $17,500 with the Change. The way wafc cleared for final Senate approval of his appointment when a House subcommittee looking into charges of fraud in SEC activities announced it has · no credible evidence"-of wrongdoing by McDonald. , McDonald, a plump man with ready smile, announced lie wouU take office officially this afternoon. Supreme Court Associate Justice Tom C. Clark( will swear him in at RFC headquarters U.S. Destroyers Hit -Water Supply Recharge Plan Under Study Washington-W)-A rror--ed ex pcriment by two Arkansas engineers to recharge the nation's underground waler supply is up for study by the 1 House Appropriations Subcommittee. The err- gincers, Raphael G. Kazmann and Tom Fricke of Stuttgart, r.p- peared before the subcommittee yesterday to ask for a $250,000 ·ppropriation. The.1 want the money for a test in Arkansas' yice growing region . of the Grand Prnirie to determine If their experiment will work. , Russia Invited To Give Its Story Of Massacre Washinglon-(/P)-Russia has been .invited to give Congress its views on the 103P Katyn Forest massacre In which 11,000 Polish officers were slain. . Previous witnesses have blamed tie Russians. The Soviets have publicly accused Germany's Nazis Rep. IW'adden (D-Ind) said the Stale .Department delivered the invitation, to the Soviet Embassy yesterday afternoon with a reques for a reply by May I. ' 1 Washing(on-(*)-The Navy reported , today 11 rnc.i w e r e wounded 'aboard 'the 'desffoyer Shelton February 22 by Communist' shore fire. The' 'destroyer then off the northeast coast of Korea, received three directs hiis. ,The Shelton retired to a base in Japan after the action, which occurred during the previously reported repulse of an enemy attempt to land on a small islan near Songjin. Three of the 11 wounded were described as seriously hurt The Navy did not disclose any names Two other destroyers received minor damage, but reported n.i casualties. The destroyer Rowan reported a direct burst on one of ts own gun mounts. The de- troyer Henderson survived several near misses which caused ome damage to the supcrstruc- ·ire. A Navy -spokesman said enemy hore fire has been more active n recent days than for' m a n y lonths previously. New Orleans Crammed ' For Mardi Gras Now OrIeans-M).-M -ry makers crammed this city of -'un - n d . · frolic today for a final dose of that carefree madness lhat is Mardi Gras. The carnival season reaches its climax today and tonight. It began .lantiar. 7 and Dlossomod into full swing February 17 with its first street parade. . Until the stroke of. midnight, revelry rules this gay city of the Bayou country. Although midnight officially ends the holiday, many fim-lovin'g visitor.- and natives alike will continue their hi- jlnks into the wee hours Wednesday. -. Von Fleet Contributes 'To Red Cross Campaign U. S. Eighth Army Headquarters, Korea-(/P)-Gon. Jtmes A. Van ·rltct, Eighth Army commander, rr.»dc the first contribution In Korea to the 1952 American Red Cross campaign' today, and prc- ',_?'' *" com ' ) al '-one units will "cant through generously" to snow their ippredntlor «nd to 'inllnjic "the tremendous j o b bo- 'ni done" by 120 Red Cross work- ··s 1^ Korea, 40-HourWeek Voted For 'dice In Little Rock Little Hock-W)-A 40-hour work eek for Little Rock police has ;on approved by the City Coun- It was estimated it would take $65,000 a year to employ enough additional officers to give the cily police protection equal to t h a t provided under a 43-hour week. Mayor Pratt Hemmel was left with the problem of finding the money. In arguing against the ordinance cutting the work week, Police Cnief Marvin Polls told the Council last night that for some lime his department has not been able lo give the cily proper coverage even under a 48-hour week. Injunction In Milk Case Up For Judgment Fourteen witnesses testified this mprning as trial opened in Washington County Chancery Court on complaint of Glenn's Dairy against the Arkansas slate Board' of Health. The trial--in which the dairy seeks a, permanent injunction agamsl the board to prevent it rom removing the dairy's Grade A rating--resumed at 1:30 p. m and was expected to continue most ~f the afternoon. The dispute arouse when Dr R :. Shalhvood, then districl medical director, ordered removed the A ating on Glenn's milk and milk roducts December 20. Dr. Small- vood said the action resulted from Glenn's actions and altitude in egard to the disposal of q u a r a n med products on December 11. Glenn obtained a temporary restraining order which allowed jlenn to retain his A rating pend- ng outcome of the case Glenn eeks a permanent restraining or- er. The Board of Health wants lenn's complaint dismissed. Witnesses this morning were r. John T. Hcrron, secretary of ie state Board of 'Health and ate health officer, of Little Rock; eter G. Estes, deputy prosecuting torncy 1 or Washington County; . C. LawEon, milk producer of ast- of FayetteVille;'..Glen Jones, lerator-manager of the Glenn ant; County Clerk Roy A. Scott- iss Dora Deen, county child wel- re .director; Sheriff Bruce rider; B. G. Ames, floss Ames Mrs. Howard Hudgens, Pal John- Senator Russell Asked To Seek The Presidency Southern Opposition To Truman Perks Up Kefouver Active (By The Associated Press) Smouldering Dixie opposition to President Truman was being f a n - ned today by admirers of Georgia's Sen. Richard 13. Russell, whose home-stale supporters may propel him into the middle of the Democratic presidential race (his 'vcck. Russell wouldn't comment on a request by the Georgia Democratic Executive Committee that he' become an active candidate. But his friends said they doubt Russell can refuse. The Georgian headed t h e 1S48 Demot-ratit; contention rebellion against Truman, but did not join the Slate Rights movement, which took 39 electoral vo'es from Truman in the eleclion. .lack Bell, Associaled Press p iltical reporter, said today t Georgia move would likely sp Southern opposition of the prcs dent into an effort to swing oth states behind Russell. In Florida, the Russell moVi mcnt got a shot in the arm ye terday when nine Floridians in Etnicted to support him qualifie a.- candidates for slate delegates t:.o Democratic National Convcn tinn. In Mississippi,, the House . Representatives paved the way fo another possibjc break with th national parly by voting withou dissent for all political parties t nominate anyone they wish as th state organization's choice fo --^--JfcarJSSl Not A Hero Says Gen. Dean, Credits Aide Who Escaped [Annual Report munist hands and a Medal of j 'TM* h * wns ''"Pturcd in August, i h u r Clarke, my ald'p, escaped and i Honor winner, says his aide, not I cn'-n'tn'rcd' 0 I" 11 K " rl ?" ls llc '·"- is still alivd. That wonderful : he, was * hero. The S2-year-old wr'rn u-lih ',,! ..-lTM,TM."" 5 ,..?' 1 "'I'''!" . lllk .TM " c ' Tal i " Ilfl n « my forme commander of the U. S. . . nac w ,.s tro £lth Dmsmn said in a letter from | Dean's letter, dalccl In .la, nurv Prison Camp No. 6 In North Ko- j was addressed to Ausinilhm-boni' rra ' ' is still all-.-c. That wonderful news "ere with Ihe genera, "^ ^TM j ^^ ^^'1*1,, ^ he lost contact with his troops. ; · · - - - - - ' "° ·ea: "I regret that I am not the icio" newspaper accounts "make me out to be." Wilfred Burchplt, rnrrcspondcnt for the Communist Paris Ce Solr Burchclt released il to The As- socialed Press today. | night of 21 July, 11)50, n'.'t I." That's t h j nighl Communists ' overran ,-in element of the 2-lth '· Division. Dean risked his l i f e to I save his men. was rut off and es-' raped, only to bo captured pvnn- ' t u n l l y . German Defense Bill Set Lisbon, Portugal-W-The B i g» 'hrec western powers nari Wcsi lei-man Chancellor Konrad Ade- auer have agreed Wesl Germany lould pitch In with $2,667,501),00 for western defense in the new ear. An official source said today n raft of the new ·agreement iiad een sent to Bonn for f i n a l ap- roval by Adenauer's government. There were these additional dcils: The agreement was drafted last president-, and . vice. . . . Senator K e f a u v c r continue campaigning, going .into the presl dent's home state of Missouri, li St. Louis he said without namini names yesterday t h a t "the heai of a government . . . has a clca " ·*' - "i u u i M i - vi [t Kuvi.-rnmuni . . . n^s a clca son, Ralph Goff a nd Fred c responsibility . . . to clean up an, all Of K ! J V O H f l , , ; i l n . 1 rn- , 1 ,. ' , . . . J corrui-; or dishonest act as q u i c k ger, of Fayettcville; and Tavlor -sup,300 all _ _ Hanna, Little Hock. Cans Hauled To Dairy Their testimony developed the following picture of events- \ load of about 15 milk can: posedly containing ahout , juu pounds of milk other than Grade A-fwas hauled from Ihe K r a f t rood Company plant in Benlon- ville to Glenn's Dairy i,, Fay- etleville, arriving about noon December U. Lawson testified he hauled the milk to the Glenn plant. Oscar L. Honomichl, district iamtarian, and James Coe citv sanitarian, quarantined the products at the dairy. The next moril- ng the products were gone. Dr. Smallwoori wrote William ;lenn, owner of Glenn's Dairy notifying him his A rating was he- ng removed effective December ·iO, for an unspecified period. Deputy Prosecutor Estes ar- ·anged a conference of Dr. Small- .yood, Honomichl, Coe, Glenn. They met with others the night of ly as it springs up." Another Democratic prcsidenlia hopeful, Sen. Robert S. Kcrr of O .lahoma, won unanimous endorsement of his state's Democratic Central Committee. K e r r his said he will be y candidate only if Truman does nol run. Bank Executive Held In Shortage Case rarl'.crsburfl, W. Va.-yPj-Samucl E. Swigcr, bank executive who told the FBI his conscience prodded him into surrendering, was held today in connection with a e n g December la at Glenn's Dai iry to Wanted To Be Sure Of Price New York-(/P)-A strange clerk greeted a woman customer last night when she entered a store to buy cigarettes. Unsure of the price, he inquired ! ofvthe owner, who was tied up a t ! J V , ,, ,, ^,,^,,11 3 Uftiiy ifl discuss removal of the rating Dr Smallwood stated then thai lhc action resulted from what Glenn ----- did and said" in connection with pl ' osldcr the quarantine incident, and nol J; r ' s an!l from condilions in the Glenn plant. No agreement was reached at the conference. The testimony showed-thai Dr. Smallwood' now is in the Fori Roots Veterans Hospital in North Little Rock for treatment. 1 Lawson testified tod-ay that he picked up the cans at Bentnnvillc but did not look into them and could not say for sure what was in them. But he made the Irlp lo ;el some milk for Glenn's Dairy ie said, and he "supposed" thai the cans had milk in them. Denies Law Violation . . "R I operator at the diirv nr , "aid C o n n f v o '" TM banking shortage. The Cairo, W. Va., executive surrendered last night in Clarksburg, W. Va. Arraigned here before U S. Commissioner Lawrence M. Pionning, Swigcr waived preliminary hearing and was held for federal Grand Jury aciion in S50.- 000 bail. The FBI had been hunting for him .since February l(i. He reportedly disappeared three d::ys earlier while serving as vice p'-esident and cashier of the Farmer's am, Merchants National Bank. The warrant charged him with j violating the federal reserve ad Destruction Of Soil A Danger, Says Speaker Clevcland-W'j-Faminc will hi the United Slates unles' soil destruction is stopped, the presirien of the National Association of Soi. Conservation Districts dcclarcc trilay. 'It's later than we thinl.," said W a l e r . S. Davis, Jr., of Galvcslon eht by Secretary of Slate Dean chcson, Foreign Secretary An- tliony Eden nnd Foreign Minister Robert Schuman, who stayed on here after Ihe closing of the Atlantic pact parley lo settle .some Cierman nnd Austrian questions. The ministers and t h e i r lop advisers meet again Ihis ijiorning nnd invited in (he Benelux ministers. Before them last night was a message from Bonn In which the federal government said It w ready to accept the figure of I 1 billion' marks as the size of ils d fensc contribution. The amou had been recommended by Allie planners. Costs Cited The German contribution for Ih 1852-1953 period is expected cciver:,,, :osVro'f r rhaintamln; arid de 'ending Berlin, police forces, fron ler guards and the like. 2. Cost of gctting'an armed Get man force inlo Ihe field as part o he projected European Defcns Community. 3. Cost of equipping Ihe German oldlers, sailors and airmen wh re selected for service. 4. Cost of mainlalng American iritish and French forces in Gcr- oany for the 12-month period ftcr ihc European defense com^ u n i t y comes into existence hesc Allied forces vlll not for- ally be occupation troops, en- i.ving Ihe rights they have held ncc V-E day. Bui Ihe Bonn gov- rnmcnt has agreed to share the xpcnses of.keeping them. 5. Cnsl of Germany's share in c Allied program for building rfielris, communications, t r o o p .artcrs and other installations for o common use. Jones, who has been manager r'"' 01 "' Sl ? ilvis ' ''''" " f Galvesl °" orator at the dairv To, T, ' rcxas ' ."' lhc BTM U P'» si *t h »"nua ' s a onn convention under wav here. "Soi .'"e ,,,,, TM " "?Z 7' erosion and soil depletion are ag- " nnvo £ ! Wesson; just as destructive lo Ihc TM clerk served her and she left. Then he pocketed the money and left with an armed rom. business and has never sold any i ,,,,,,,., nf milk under the Grade A l - i h n i : ' which wns nol Grade A. He said ' a '' m ' CS W TM. the milk from Bentonvillc was not! he." invi " lin « «'" -, ....,..·., h i,,,, J rettes to their Pig Shoots And Wounds Its Would-Bc Killer Lueneburg, Oermany-OT-A 300- pound pig shot and wounded » butcher who wnS trying to kill It, police reported today. The butcher was kneeling beside the 'pig and loading his boll gun when the pig sprnnk up nnri struck the trigger with « hind Irj, The. butcher was ·hot through the knee. the """ U "' TM Arkansas . . - , . -" wasn't there." n ' r ' l o n n w " s "" oTM,. "- , - CONTINUEU ON IJAOE N I N E ' s m a l l loll 21. to 2 p.m., nroilers an-; f,-veTM * I"- weights, 27-21) cento n |l two ' ' Woman Physician On aff Of VA Hospital Dr. Doris E. Chambers, an thopedic surgeon, has become e firsl woman physician to rve on (he staff of the Veterans ospital here. A. graduate of hns Hopkins, Dr. Chambers reported for duty yesterday, Dr. Lesley Wright, manager of the VA faculty, announced today. Dr. Chambers received'her A.B. degree from Brown University in 10-12, and was graduated from Johns Hopkins with the M.D. degree in 1045. She interned at the University of Iowa hospilal in 1046 and at Johns Hopkins in 1047. In 1048 she served as a resident physician at, Lawrence Hospital, firnnxvillc, N. Y., and during 1050 and 1051 was a resident at St. Vincent's Hospital, Toledo, Ohio. Mother Rescues Son From Well Locust, N. J.-M'i-A ,17-yciir-olcl mother whose four-year-old ,on tumbled into nn !8-fnnrwcl! yesterday jumped in lo rescue him. The two were rescued in half an lour, Mrs. With Massell said the spent the time clutching her son o keep him afloat In Ihe cicht- frel deep water while reciting nursery rhymes. She clung to n small pipe on Ihe side of the well. "I promised him ice cream, ·like nnd no spanking If he would lold on lo me quietly. It did Ihe rick," Ihc mother nnhl. Some toddlers dime r u n n i n g to icr door shnullng, "Andy's gone Beef Cattle Study Day Held 500 On Hond At University Form Some 500 persons filled the livestock pavilion at the University experiment station farm near 'iere today for a Beef Cuttle Studv Day and Sale. An auction sale n'f 1!) young purebred bulls from the Jmvcrsity herd was scheduled Ihls afternoon. Featured speaker at lhc morning n-ogram was Dr. E. J. Warwick of Knoxvillc, Tenn., coordinator for Ihe Southern regional bet cattle research project, conducle since 1048 by Arkansas and 1 other Southern stales. The projci comprises more than 3,000 cow on which systematic produclio records are kept. He said atlcntlo Is given lo all fedora that con tribute lo outstanding beef call] production. He said cattle rcpro ductlon Is a slow process, and th research project must be consld crcd a long-time one. He poinlc out lhat there are two ..ilmila research - projects''--'the · Wcstcn with 11 states and the North Ccn tral with 13 states. M. W. Muldrow, Exlenslo. Service beef cattle specialist pointed to the need for belle quality bulls in Arkansas. Other on the program were Dr. Warren Gifford, C. J. Brown, and M. C Heck, all of the college anima industry department. Associate Director Dwlght Iscly welcomed the visitors. Bunch, Bone Manage New Cily Lumber Firm The Sanford - Green Lumber Company re-opened yesterday un- cr a new name and new manage- nci'il. Located at East and Meadow trects, the firm will be managed y Wells Bono and Joel Bunch nd will bo called the City Lumer Company. Sale of the firm as announced last week. In assuming joint management the company, Bunch said he is been forced by his new duties abandon plans to become a can- date for sheriff in the Dcmo- allc primaries. Although he had ol announced, Bunch said that e had intended to make the'race. With the exception of the mangers, personnel of the firm will main unchanged. Bone was for- erly an assistant manager of elley Brothers Lumber Com- ny, and Bunch was advertising inager of the same company. ·---. . « .. . .. Federal Help Sought In Public Invited To Lecture By Pratt Remme The public Is invited lo he; an address Thursday nigh; b Pratt Homine!, newly-elected He publican mayor of Little n oc rtommcl will speak at 7 p.m., i .he Student Union' ballroom ho University on "Moralll} he Home, Business and Govern rent." The talk Is sponsored by th American Collegiate P o l l I I e n -eaguc, n student group w-hlc v; j organized on the U.A. campu his fall. The league plans t sponsor other speakers and no Iitlcal events later, deluding a talk by Governor McMalh. Pau G r i f f i n , Jr., of Little Rock !· president. McMalh had been scheduled U speak earlier this month hut canceled his appearance, explaining he wanted to remain In Little Rock because 'of the Highway Audit. Commission hcarln-s there Is Made To The Council Water And Sewer Departments Not Included In Total By ..FLOVD CARL, JR. nock-MVThc Arkansas Highway Department wants federal help in solving the growing problem of acquiring rlfihts-of- way for the roads. Alf Johnson, the department's chief engineer, said today he had asked lhc U. R. Bureau of Public Roads lo senrl two experts here lo study the situation and icrnm- mend any legislation needed lo Support For Heart Fund Is Requested There were .(oil deaths In Washington County in 1.050, with 172 of them directly canted by heart disease, Grady Harlan, city chairman of the llci.rt Kjnd 3nvc, pointed out today.. He said n the same year there .--ere 282 deaths from all causes In Fayclt-- villc. with 100, or 38 per cent, rii- ·cctly a t t r i b u t e d lo heart disease. He appealed for funds 10 help be present campaign. "If you do lot contribute to (he 1952 'heart unri, lo further research, c.luca- ion and treatment in heart rils- asc, what will the percentage in 1052r_hejiskcd wo Are Accused In hefts Of Cattle Wagoner, Okb.-(/Pj-A Locust rove farmer-evangelist under robation for bank fraud In the ryor bank scandals has been ac-used with his son of cattle theft. The defendants arc R. L! Stamp- r and his son Claude, 25, both ac- uscri of stealing a bull and a ! ccr from the Rocking S ranch 10 lies northeast of Wagoner. Arrested by Stale Crime Bureau Agent G. V. Parkinson, they were freed on 52,000 bond each to await preliminary hearing In Justice of the Peace Court March Belly Mutton In Korta r'njellcvllli! came through 1951 in pretty fair condition, operating in the black ovcrnll and winding up the year \i-ith .n net Income- above expenses -- of $12,868.31 for the various departments and offices excluding the Water and Sewer Departments. One of these departments -- both are operated separately from other , city itcpartmcnls-- made money, | while the other ran into the red, This was revealed In the annual city audit, prepared by Scarbroiiih and Myers, accounting firm, and presented to the City Council last night by Hugh Scarbrough. In other business last night the aldermen voted to take legal action to forc« H. ,1. Hilton, owner of a frurno building. In the flrjt fire zone on North College to abide by a 1849 .agreement- to cover the structure with fireproof lding. They also granted a $127,000 julldlnjf permit to Davidson' and Slccle, Fort Smith builders, for construction of the Central Methodist Church. The church was itarted almost a year ago. The Water Department collected $102,638.12 during the year and fpcnt $176,635,82. In salaries, equipment, , expansion and other expenses-- leaving a balance of $16,002.30. In addition. Lake Fay- cttovllle had revenues of $4\320.BO. -,a)o expenses used r-i $2,28224 coving a S2.038.86 p.-ofit lo be added' to the 116,002.30 balanea 'Igurc. . ' · - . . . - ... · · Fire loss on a building at the halrt pump station plus $44.J7 In bad -.debts trimmed the total net Ir-wn to a year's, end figure at 11,080.62 above expenses, . i In contrast with the Water De- artment's profit, the Sewer Department lost money-- $3,578.73. 'he department realized $34,104.78 rom acwcr service charges -- that ewer bill you receive periodically -- plus $479.95 miscellaneous and fr Interest on federal govern- lent bonds. The total Income was i4 t b54.73. Expenses stood at $38,186.24 at he end of the year for an operat- ng loss of, $3,531,51. Miscellaneous xpcnss boosted the expense ' tU- re by another $45.22, making the otal loss $3,878.73. . · ound Financial Condition Balancing current assets against urrent liabilities, the audit rawed the municipal government sound financial condition. Cur- nt assets arc listed at $135,540.00. lib c u r r e n t liabilities .at 83,331.84. Assets Indude casft o n ' ' aid- or In banks, accounts re- ivablc, material and supplies nd money owed the city by the idcral government. Liabilities iri- ude accounts payable, notas pay- lc, bonds due, withholding xcs due, bond interest and other lls which must be .met during 52. Actually, the picture presented 1 these figures is not completely ear, since the- liabilities at · $63,331.94 include S45.500 In bonds due. This money will rome from reserve funds not listed among current assets. Records Compiled A look af the various city departments shows: The Sanitation Department, with an income of $50.862.08 -$55,070.91 of it from service . .,...,,,-,,, ,-,11.1,1;;,}, Dyuy nui- j charges--spent a total of $52 609 79 ton and her troupe went lo Korea j for an "operating profit of S7,'252.37 today on Gen. Matthew n. R l d g - 1 which was trimmed to $7,207.81 by w a y s private airplane. LI. Col. j miscellaneous expenses of $44.'IS. . George Hannah, Ihe Allied ' . - . Tnc Street Department had an orge a n n a , Ihe Allied mm- nc ree epartment had an "lander's personal pilot, was at i '""'me of. $16,865.50 from the the controls. This is Miss Hutton's j- !| s° lin ' turnback, millagc levy, 3!st birthdav license sales and other sources, The Weather-- , n swimming." She called n nelirh- or lo gel help nnd rnn to the .veil near her home, Iloth mniher nd «nn wcr« In good condition Her police rMwrt (hem out with lidctar. In addition. 532,600 was transferred to the department from the parting meter fund and $13,550 . , 'rorn the genera! fund. The total Arkansas--Fair and cold this: Income was $03,015.50, with cx- afternonn and tonight; lowest tern-J penses pegged at $00,324.31. Thus ntTM,,,TM.- O/J.TI . -- ;-v.t. I.T-.I-- · the ·epartment, whichL would have been ;,T the red without the transfers, was left with a balance of $2.601.10. The city shop had an Income of $27,218.50 from the sale o( parts, labor, gas and oil, and $100.04 miscellaneous Income--a total nf $27,408.63. The fhop paid out-this figure includes $1,267.32 de. preciation--a total ol $27,013.20 for a net loss of $504.57. However, In the cast of the shop Four-Engine Bomber Crashes Af Omaha With Death Toll Of Five; Seven Are Injured Omaha-t/I'i-A foiu-engine B-50.frct down a runw.-iv at O f f u t t ' · ·"-" "' »»"·"·"· bomber crashed and burned while Base headquarters of the slnleclc "nwrvcr. In the cast of the shop landing today at O f f u l l A i r Force ! Air Command ' --which exists only to serve other Base.near Omaha, killing five and The f l i g h t w'u, deM-rlbed ai rr,n 'TM rtm 7'fs-lncpme is largely a .« the olhcr U, personOino, bu«V ^'^^ , 1^'^ It/cuS'^ lK°mc clarified equipment led I the other city organizations i cmernriicy f i r e ' base o f f i c i a l s to permit no civilian j M.tiri Bring In 131717 "''"m'^rJtf^ "' '" C' rk °««". '"· i m i n u i e . i n r r n ? n jtcnc. I comc was | ls(c( | nt j[ 8|QM87 ,,,. (town the loss of l i f e . ' ...... "' 1 " 1 ' i · '"·- i^mm- I N I U ^nipped in onft of Ibr crush nol lm-' ; point In Its f l i g h t at Illcknm Field', mc-dUlel.v delermlnfd, but n wing was fnM lo have comr on tho medium lioinber just before the , . n- nt one chiding n $5,000 transfer from the llnwnll. An Air Knrce spokesman nt I l l c k h n m said Ihe plane arrived there from Tokyo Friday nnd left .,,.-.,,,un limner HIM nrinrc me there from Tokvo Friday crash, which nmiriM about 3001 early Mondny for OfMrt. , Housing Department. cnmc to SO.OS4.16, Income nf $8,030.71. Exncnin * n«i · .,,,. $34,717.08 for the cily durlni coNTimin ON Ao/ . 1»S|

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