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·w HIBUC mmm · rw nisi CONCKN Of THB NEWSPAK* Aoocioted frnt LeoMd Wir« rayettevilla; and vleinliy «lqtii with Ifflrt rain or mow ·hif»ui» w AP, King and NEA Fiaturci VOIUME 90, NUMMR 116 if»ui» winds tonight, lajnonroV partly cloudy «nd continued sold, Trace of rain'. Hljh tenipiratur« yesterday 70; low 39; noon today 55. Sunrise 6:40; sunset 6:13. Cigarette Price , Former Governor Of Georgio Says He Will Study Situation Washington-yp)-Price Director Ellis Arnall today postponed un-.| · til April .1.a scheduled rollback in | Arkansas cigarette prices ranging | i- from one cent, to several cents a ! package. " . ' ' - . , ' · ' ! The rollback, ordered February I, was to take effect tomorrow: · ( In his first action since becoming, director Of .-the Office of Price ; Stabilization, -Arnall said requests : have been .'received from Arkansas for reconsideration. He said he agreed-to "the. postponement so he could study the matter. ; : Arkansas and several other states have minimum price laws. Last June'OPS^permitted Arkansas dealers' to raise cigarette .. prices to levels required under the ..minimum markup law. When : several other states sought permission to false their prices to I levels under their laws, OPS concluded the increases would'raise ' cigarette prices substantially and would have ."inflationary consequences." The proposed rollback would be to levels of last September 3, plus the one'cent-package higher federal tax which went into effect · last November.. ARKANSAS, FRIDAY EVENING, FEMUARY at, nuci nvf CENTS The Mayor Greets Some Friends Mayor Pratt Remmel of Little Rock, who spoke at the Univorsit I Student Union last night, is pictured greeting some friends in th I audience prior to his address. He is shaking hand-s with Mrs. Ella B I Hurst and has his hand on the shoulder of Mrs. Jennie Gates. Mr I Leonard Greenhaw is seated- facing the camera. (Puska TIMESFOTO' Southern Support Promised Russell In Nomination Race American Held - ' In Argentina; Protest Looms Buenos Aires, Argentina - (/P) - American Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker reportedly has told Ar- gentina's deputy foreign minister the U.S. government lakes a "serious view" of the.jailing without explanation o' a youthful Ameri- «can tourist. Saul S.'Saulson, 23, of Detroit, was arrested two weeks ago. P6- . lite have refused U. S. consular L officials permission to visit him. ·· Charges against-Saulsori -have not ^been -revealed. : He was caught in a dragnet police spread last- month for antigovernment politicjans of the ^Radical party. Sounds About Time For A Close Check Toledo, Ohio-(/P)-Police Sgt. Mar-. tin Maher asked his superiors to i u ,. , . Y , r ~ ~", V" , n "'~ get him off the keg of dynamite I bodles of ihk municipalities., he has been sitting on for nearly Not n l 1 official salaries in Ar- · · kansas arc held to $5,000. Tor In- WouldRemove Limits On Salaries Little Rock-OT-Sponsors of a proposed, constitutional amendment to remove the $5,000 limit on salaries of most Arkansas public officials are ready to'circulate'pS- *titions. ' They will need about 31,000 sig- hatures by Api-jl 30 to place the measure on the . general election ballot next .November. '. .'..-. -' The Arkansas Sheriffs 'Assocls* tion is ' backing ' the proposed change in the slate's constitution which since 1884 has limited the pay of most public officials to 55,000 or less a year. Sheriff Tom Gulley of Pulaski County said today, the final draft of the proposed amendment has been completed and provides that: 1. The legislature would determine the amount and method of payment of salaries of state and county officials. (By The Associated Press) Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia,' in entering the Democratic presidential race, may have snatched the Dixie banner from . Tennessee's candidate Estcs Kefauver. Moreover, Russell is seen as a threat to President Truman him self jf the president decides to run again. Truman said yesterday he won't make his plans known before about March 29 at the earliest. Russell, 54, already has received favorable reactions from governors of South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, and Mississippi, and probably will get the support of the Texas;goyernor who has been urging him to run. He has the backing of a dozen' Southern senators. . This support for the Georgian,' who described-himself as a "Jef- Fers-nian Democrat" who believes in, the.greatest] of local self-government/'" Is far more potent than the leadership* which sparked the 1948 Stales 2. Salaries of all city officials ^o r · " ""!?,? would be fixed by the governing! s ' on ot Jssucs ' wmch ' year. The sergeant formally ported that a case of dynami had 'been stored in the basemen properly room directly beneat his safety building, post and th police pressroom He said \he un * derstood dynamite exploded wit « slight jar after drying and- cor roding for awhile "I believe this condition shoul , be. checked before some desk ser geants and- reporters take a rid into oblivion," the sergeant -wrot Wishes Overcharge fiad Been ignored Boise, Idaho-(. T )-The Mountain .States Telephone and Telegraph Company -. found it hc.d overcharged the Idaho House of Representatives 10 cents for a tele phone call.'so the company mailed a dime to C. A. Botlolfsen, -hie clerk of the House. Bottolfsen forwarded it to State Auditor N. P.. Nielson. Now Nielson must rend Bottolfsen a receipt for the dime, n.ake nut a deposit slip four copies --ic credit 'to the,. House account. - "Personally," sighed Nielson, ''I wish the phone, company had kepi the dime." Non-Battle Casually Reports Are Sought Washington -(/P)- Tiire: Republican senators announced tod'iy they would put up a fight to force Secretary of Defense Lovett and other Pentagon officials to give Congress exact figures on non- battle casualties in Korea. Senator' Knowland (H-Calif) told-the Senate late ycsWdny he had been "given a complete runaround by the Secretary of defense" 'when he asked for these statistics. Knowland snid Con- grcsi Is entitled to ";'.!s pertinent information" because under tho Constitution It has the responsibility of deciding on " . site nnd maintenance of the armed forces. Taoit Season To Open Jefferson C i t y , Mo.-(yp)-MIs- ·ourl's trout season opens tomorrow. The State Park Bonrd and the Conservation Commission look for · turnout above last year's J,000 ·ptning day anglers. stance, the governor 'has been land he hoped to win four of New Hampshire's 14 delegates to the GOP national convention. He protested '-is position on the :New Hampshire ballot--last, because names arc' 'listed alphabetically putting Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhow- Harolrt E. uis ' attorney, W i l l i a m Rights revolt. However, his entry into the race strengthens Truman's hand in one way: If the president doesn't run ir.d backs Gov. Adlai Stevenson of Illinois, the governor might find lis cause helped by a possible three-way split in the South. Kefauver welcomed Russell's entry into the Democratic race. Ht I said it would bring a new discussion of issues, which, is a healthy thing. Taft Protests / Other political developments: , ,, - _..,..,, Sen. Robert Taft of Ohio, a can-| making 510,000 a year since 1945|didate for the .Republican nrcsi- and circuit and chancery judges dential nomination, said in Clevc- are allowed up to $7,200. Truman May Speak In North Arkansas Washington -WPresident Truman may visit Arkansas next June. Representative Trimble (D- Ark) said last night that while the president has -made no commitments he expects a decision from the White House soon. Yesterday, Russ Gates, president of the Arkansas state/Electric Cooperative Association, . said the president was invited to dedicate Ihe new multi-million 'dollar hydro-electric dam near-Cotter, Ark. Gates quoted Representative Trimble as saying Mr. Truman had accepted. ' All-Out Attest To Block Strike Promised '. Washington-OT-Federal Concil- ator.Cyrus S. Ching today prom- scd '"intensified" efforts to nvo- duce a compromise and head off he : nationwide oil strike now set or March 0. Ching won a.week's poslpdno- r.enl -last night from a coalition cprcsenting the CIO oil workers nd a score of AFL and Inde- enrient unions. Strike Holds Vp Big fob At Bluff Pine Bluff, Ark.-(/P)-Construction on a super-secret government project adjacent to the Pine Bluff arsenal was halted .today as pickets were set up in a walkout of common laborers. About 2,000 skilled craftsmen refused to. cross picket lines of the laborers. Observers at the job's main gate said only a few craftsmen entered this morning and that, most of thdse left later. Approximately 1,500. laborers, members of the AFL. International Brotherhood of Hod Carriers and Common Laborers,, walked off their jobs at the muUi-milUon-doI- lar project late Wednesday. Union officials said the walkout was not authorized; The union has hecn broadcasting appeals for the laborers to return to work. Some of the laborers reported hey wen out in hopes of getting their wages increased from 07% cents an hour to $1.25 and of ob- aining-rc-instatemcnl of an em- ploye who was fired. ' Acheson To Appeal For More Foreign Aid Funds Washington - W) - Secretary of State Dean Acheson carries to the country tonight his appeal for support of more billions for foreign aid. He is ex: .--led In. emphasize that proRress in Euro- j pcan rearmament amply justifies American help. 1 The Slate Department said the speech will be broadcast by CBS, NBC and Mutual, and telecast by Remmel Speaks At U. A.; First 01A Series "Morality" Subject Of Talk By Little Rock's Mayor By FRED COGER Republican Mayor Pratt Remmel of Little Rock went on record "here last night as favoring honesty and godliness. About 100 persons heard Rem- ncl's brief talk' in'the" University Student Union ballroom. His-appearance was the first In a series of talks'-'by political figures being brought to the campus by the U.A. unit of the American Collegiate 'olitical League, of which Perrin Jones of Searcy is president. Although he spoke as a politi- ian, Remmcl's speech was hardly njore, political than a Sunday School lesson. His topic was Morality in the Home, Business nd Government." Remmel noted that one rcqui- ite of moral 'conduct, is . "right hinking"--which he said includes regard of the home as:sacred, of usiness as honest and useful, and f public office as a public .trust. ^ second requisite, he declared, s determination to conform one's ally conduct to one's moral deals. 'Honesty Is the best ause it is the' only one upon vhich we can build a stable and nduring civilization," he asserted. In the course of reading a iree - page typewritten-speech, cmmel quoted from a proclama- on issued by President Abraham incoln on March 30, 1863, iri vhich Lincoln declared that this ation had forgotten God, and rged the U.S. to-"confess our na- onal sins" and pray for forgivc- !SS. Remmel did touch on the pnlitl- al aspect of morality. He asserted: "The public has a right to ex- Bill To Increase Taxes Unseats French They Did It All Day . , . · - ·.- Resigns After President An riot , L : ' Seeks Minister Who Can Raise Funds Paris -IIP)- French Premier Ect ^ar Fnurc lost a pfe-dawn vtrte today : o n his bill lo hike taxes 15 per. cent to pay .rcnrmamenk costi and promptly resigned. ··' '. President V i n c e n t Autiol plunged Into the tangled maze of French politics In search of a. ,rtew oremler who can dig ·up the money' to pay France's.share'of, raising, Atlantic defense -costs.. :. , The National Assembly luftied I down.309 to'213, FaUre's Wxrplji'n after the premier -rejected «ri ai- MrnstHe plan 'for a one per cent ect .that the expenditures of overnment an'd. carefully consld rcd and made only when neccs- Hundreds of women today registered at .trie. Fayetl*vlll»:chamb«r'.of Commerce office, each securing a :numbor which she tried- to,(natch at one of the stores and' receive V prize. It was part lot Women's Day, which. attracted thousands .of persons :to . the 'business'- area. Chamber of Commerce workers estimated'a't least 500 'persons "hid registered up lo noon, with a long line of waiting women slill on hand. Two desks were used for'registering, and those signing Up each the number of beans In a jar--the correct eitlm'stte winning another prize. Two.arc shown registering. C. of C. worker's handin o u h n ' ' ' ' jcrtio- was turned down. st - i Dumont by NBC . Gov. Earl Warren of California another announced GOP aspirant entered the April 1 Wisconsin primary. Taft, StasEen and a backer of. Gen. Douglas 'MacArthur also are entered. ' From Minnesota came word that the names of neither Eisenhower nor Kefauver will appear on the March 18 Minnesota presidential primary election ballots. This means Stassen, former Minnesota covcrnor, will fight it out with a MacArthur backer for the state's GOP delegates, and Senator Humphrey. (D-Minn) will be aline on Ihe Democratic ballot. Snow Probable, Along With Cold Weather Rain, snow 'and much colder tonight, with strong, shifting winds are part of the-weather calendar as seen by Observer J. F. Prince at University Farm, He said colder weather will continue tomorrow. Reorganization Of Highway Purchasing, Accounting Not To Go To Outsider, After All Little Rock-(/P)-A reorganiza- on of Highway -Department -«c- ountlng and purchasing proced- res will be carried out by its resent slaff headed by a new em- loye ralhcr than n private firm; The' Highway Commission lc- dcd yesterday to hire n full-time mploye to direct the work, nnd nvo up tho Idea of soliciting bids rom accounting companies for he job, . , . - . State Comptroller Leo Roy easley told commlmloneri he be- lieved that the job could be done with present personnel under the direction of a new $6,000-a-y'car director. The commission authorized Highway Director Olen Full- crton' to hire: the employe, but did not mention any salary limits. The commission had tentatively contracted with the Joo Bond Company of Little Rock/ for the work, hut Ally. Gen. Ike Murry ruled the contract would be Illegal unless awarded on competitive bld«. p.m. CST.-In ad- television network and rebroadcast by 'ABC radio net- woi-k at 11:30. The speech will run about 30 minutes. Acheson's immediate purpose is lo report on decisions regarding German rearmament and the'Eu- ropean defense buildup reached during his just-completed n.ission to London and Lisbon. Rules Directors May Sell To Schools Little Rock-M s )-SchooI directors can sell food and commodities to the school lunch programs if the sales are ba.sed on open romnell- tivc bids and the director's bid Is the lowest. The state attorney general's office yesterday reversed itself and ruled that such, transactions arc legal. Previously, it had ruled that school directors could not sell ;oods for the lunch program. More Pipelines Planned. Wfishlr.tflon -(/P)- ,T c : a s Gas Transmission Corporation said yesterday it has completed arrangements for financing a $33,752,000 pipeline ' expansion program In the Midwest nnd South. Poultry Market -- The poultry market today as reported by the University of Ar- (ansns Inslltiite of Science and Technology nnd the Dairy and Poultry Market News Service of Ihe U. S. Depnrtmcnt of Agrlcul- lurc. Northwest Arkansas m a r k e t wenk, demand light, volume of rndlng below normal, lighter of- erings reported In most points. Prices paid f.o.b, fnrm tip to 2 . , their fellowmen." He continued: "If we have fallen so low in our day that corruption in public office can be so lightly endured as it appears that It can, indeed we have fallen upon evil days." , Departing from his prepared speech, Remmel n o t e d that Lincoln was "a big man in a big off let-- and today you can-'t say that of all the .men in WashinR- lon." He warned that if the people want to change their national ad- enthused and take action. handing out the numbers are Mrs. Evcljm~ Uonardr wlth ; "baelc"' : t5 cccs- camcra and Mrs. Mary Alice Pearson, facing the camera at thVfar ry; that eve'ry donarisiccount- **k. (Puska TIMESFOTO). .^_..,,, · ., ._ d; that .honesty Is the bedrock oundaitlon*; iipon.-. which. our. iojLvL |^c~«ww*«»,«.', rnment rests. If this Is' not true,! e people should rise up and dc- and that It become true." The political leaders of the past ch as Washington and Jefferson horn Americans revere; Remmel pointed out, are those who "put their public duties above their private interests and their own pockctbooks; who served their God and country well; and who. vjere true to themselves . and ,to Heads Rotary New Directors Are Elected In an election held yesterday at the regular meeting of the Rotary Club at the Washington Hole],. Dr. Dorscy Jones was elected president. Now . Bonrd of Directors members arc Ray Adams, Charles ^ross, Gcorjjc Faucett, Russell Howard, Herbert Lewis and Clint Waldcn. They will tskc office luly 1. Jones was born ncar'SprlngficJri, Mo. He attended Drury College in Springfield, and was graduated - -..,..,,,. ,.,v.. ,.,,.,,,.,,,, « u - frorn lhcrc w "h honors. He re- ministration they must become I ccl y cii his M.A. .degree from the Concert Drive To Be Final details for the sixth an nual membership campaign of the . . . University of Colorado, and Ph.D. j , degree from the University of ( ! Iowa. He came to the University in . , - , ............. 'You can do. more, than "you | degree^ from the University of :hink you can," he said, recalling ' his victory in November over the . f? 2 6 as instructor in history and ..,, ..^...., ... ,,,,.,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, me i Democratic mayor ot Little Rock, ' '" now Professor of history.. He has "---'- "··' " ' been editor of the Arkansas Historical . Quarterly since 1043. His name will appear itf volume 2" of 'Who's Who in America. . . m., broiler* nnd weights 27 cent*. fryer? nil Sam Wassell. He Invited all citizens of the state to 'Little Rock, "your capital city." Remmel was introduced by Jim Wallace of Searcy, president of associated students. Paul Griffin, Jr., | tlle Rock, vice president of the j 'olitical League, presided. Ordinance Valotd Remmel, before leaving Little Rock yesterday, vetoed an ordinance passed by the Council which would have set up a 40-hour work week for police. The mayor estimated that reducing the work week from 48 hours would have cost the city $75,000 annually. He commented smiling, that he 'was happy to be able to leave the city for a while after taking such a controversial step. Remmel was honored this morn- Ing at a breakfast attended by some 30 persons in Ferguson's Dining Room. Many of the 30 persons present -were Republicans of the area. Remmel spoke briefly. After the breakfast, Mr. and Mm .Remmel left for Fort Smith whcrs he was to speak to a Joint meeting of civic clubs. From there they will proceed to Little Rock. No Bats Viewing the national Republican prcsidcintlal aspirants, Remmel feels support from Arkansas Republican delegates may he divided between Harold E. Stasscn, Robert A. Taft, nnd Dwlghl D, Elsenhower -- with possiblly a smattering of support for Douglas MacArhur. lie feels there Is some support for Earl Warren, but that Warren backers will not have delegates at the nn- tlonnl convention. Remmcl, whose , . traditionally ncpubllnan family leans toward Tnft, said ho would not predict Ihe race as did another Arkansas Republican yesterday. Jefferson Speck,- who has announced as n OOP contender for governor, snld ho Is willing to bet money thnt nine of Arknnsaa* I I OOP votes will go for Elmihower, Remmel wasn't willing to bet with Speck. Charges Union Official "Ordered" Murders Wise, Va.-(/P)-A discharged official of the United Mine Workers Union has charged he was ordered by a "personal agent" of John L. Lewis to murder two non-union coal operators. Charles Minion of Morton-- the fired UMW field representative-made -the charges in a $350,000 damage suit against the union and the Union's District 28. The suit was filed here yesterday In Wise County Circuit Court. Minton, dismissed last November I), said the murders were ordered because a UMW program lo 'ininnbe a number of 'small coal mines in Ihe Wise area was bng- ging down. Faycttevllle Community Concert Association, to be held March 3-8, arc complete, Harry E. Shulu, president of the association, Raid today. The . cities of Slloam Springs, Springdalc, Rogers, and Prairie Grove will join in. the campaign. Mf. and Mrs. 'Roy V; Simpson of Fayettevillc; are 'cochairmen In .'charge of. the campaign. ( . . A djnner meeting 'of campaign workc'rs will be held at 6:30 p. m. Monday; at the Uark Cowl. Dan Poolc, representative of .the National Community Concert Association, . which sponsors, the campaign, present. , New 'members enrolled during the campaign w.ijl be entitled to attend- the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra concert to be 'given March 14,. as a -bonus concert. Jt is the last of -this season's concerts. ' Artists, for the coming, season will be announced after final results of the campaign arc known. The organization chooses artists after the amount available for artists' fees is known. The University of Arkansas cooperates with the association, .matching membership fees to create a fund for obtaining, concert artists. . . . . . . . fa had formed H 1 ? cabinet 1 on , 'January 20-- only 40 days ago. .He lott oil oh th« xreorid of 20 votes of .confjldencel.he; hid put before /· th«'AMemb)y;,;}i ; ;-. -^ : . ' . , . · · ' i^;" Right wlnr«r«jV.!«J r by the fol- loweri of .Gen. ChtrlH de G«u!le and . Including If member! cf ,Faur«'« r6wn; : Hadleal. SociaJiitt party,- tumbled the 1 prtmier arid got fir»t: ; chflnce to set.'iip a h«w joverrirneht.";' 1 ' 1 -" »·-·-··'-·-'· ·"·'-·· '·"'- A Rllhtiit,coalltlon_mifht a»r*« ' ' ' ' " ' " ' ' : , or)', _ ta'x,'. : buT would , . , . , . find- the': h«rne«i troublesome other IMUM. The; Oaullliti, , example,! Vstronilyr oppoM t8»" Europe/in armyt plan unlew Ilia n»tlon« in It f«*ratt ·politically rit.- 1 "-' y.',-- "^! . --;?.'. - : , . - - ; i-' ' ratire- lud Just' returned from the Lisbon mtttingM-Uw-'Norih Atlantic Tr«M, !i Onlaiiutttton whic ' ' , , , -;. · announced France would»iJ-al»* D j, · blllioti , irahcii («bi)un,$7 million doliari) to pay ' In Increisid defenie co«U. "Christ Is Qtir 0f Observance N*w. York;WP)-",Chf1st ;i»' 'our lope," '. I*: th£ !theiA of ^ocVy'i World Day :of Prayer," being observed . I n 17,000·. United·';State's. immunities and . In /104 ;.oU»«r untres.,, . . · . . - . . - . - . - - , : . . , , The . event,' In' 'Hi l!5th 'year, · it ponsored by the Department of Mltcd'Church Women of the N» lonal . Council of Churchts .of Chriiit in the U. S. A. Most Prbtes- ant denominations 'participate In ht interfaith project.- - ; -. Fewer Revenie Workers; Proposed By Committee: Washington-(/P)-The. . propriations Committee ;.Tecom--' mended today the much-criticized Bureau of,. Internal Revenue' be allowed 700 now employea instead of the 7.000 'it asked. - The committee's stand was taken In sending to the house a $3,442,435,000 bill to finance the Treasury and Postofflce departments for the year beginning: next July 1. ·;-'. Magnolia Votes Bonds For Street Improvement Magnolia, .Ark.-f/ty-Thljc South " « i i i u n wu aupDtviamg . « Arkansas city will issue $100000 wrocker truck's attempt to pull a imnrovprar-nts £!?, mot , or 'f^M trU( * ? o m '* ditch when the chain broke and Arkansan Killed When Hit By Wrecker Chain Arkadelphia, Ark.-W)-W. W. Walton, about' 40,- North Little Rock, Ark., was struck and killed by a wrecker chain on U. S. Highway 81, five miles south ot here this morning. W a l t o n , was supervising . a i.T bonds lo finance improvements of Its streets. The bond issue was appiovcd -107 to 09 In n special election 'yesterday. McMalh Agrees Furloughs Granted By the Governor May Be Publicized In The Future Little' Rock--Governor McMath will ask the Arkansas Parole Bnnrd to announce the names of nil prisoners who receive gubernatorial clemency In the future, It wns reported in Lllllc Rock yesterday. McMnth wns reported ns saying he does not object to publication of tho names of prisoners who receive furloughs, once the furloughs hnve been cleared bv Ihe ulnto parole officer and ncled upon by the governor's office. Pardons and commutations of sentence nre Issued In proelama- ··^mvm, ,1, u I.-,AIII:II in |jMninn)n- iirnrs (nncc lions filed with the secretary of nouncement. state, and nre announced by the Parole Board on the day they nre approved. Furlough*,^ however, cnn hp Issued by the govrnors to prisoners not eligible for parole, nnd In the past there hns been no public announcement of issuance of furloughs. "Tuck"'Bishop, convicted for a slnylng In Snrlngdale, and Rupert Bylcr, fzard Counllnn convicted of killing n sheriff, are among the prisoners released on furjouiih without notification In loeal of. flcrrs concerned or public an- struck him In the head. He was killed instantly. The big I ruck, belonging to East Texas Motor. Freight Company,, ran off the highway and a North Little Rock wrecking service truck was dispatched to the scene. Telegraph Union Takes Vote On A Strike Washlngton-«P)-N e f o t l a t l o n i between Western Union Telcirtph. Company and the Commcrclil Telegraphers Union (AFL) hair* broken off. The union began "a ·trlke vote today. The W*«tfc«r-- Arkansas -- Clbiity «· -·loudy; colder tonlfht M went central portion! thii noon and In touth portkmi day; lowMt temp«r*tU|«i Mint

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