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1HI PUBLIC INTEREST · THI FIRST CONCERN OF THIS NEWSPAPER Associated Press Leased Wire VOLUME 90, NUMBER 193 AP, Kirtf and NEA Features 10CAI FORECAST-- Fayetteville and vicinity partly eloudy anti continued mild tonight and tomorrow. High temperature yesterday 82; low 33; 11 a.m. today f 54. Sunrise 8:30; sunset g:20. . ···· Tax Collecting Service Change May Be Beaten Truman's Opponents Reported To Have Necessary Strength Washington-(/P)-Sena'lor Mun'dt (R-SDJ predicted today Senate opponents of President Truman's plan to reorganize the tax-collecting service will muster the necessary. 49 votes to kill it. ' He said the president's letter sent to' the Capitol yesterday in support of the plan was a "brazen effort to divert attention from conditions of graft" in the administration. Other senators opposed to the plan lo reshuffle the scandal- plagued Internal Revenue Bureau were not so certain it could be defeated. One' reported it would | be possible to muster 51 votes ' against it if all members opposed turned up when the showdown comes next week But this same source pointed out it almost never was possible to get all senators in allendance and thai every absentee in effect was a vote for the plan. Thc law governing rcorganiza- , tion measures requires a majority of.: Ihe full membership, or 49 votes, to reject a presidential proposal;. A second tart letter the president wrote yesterday met milder reaction on Capitol Hill. In it he informed Representative Chelf (D- Ky) that the Justice Department had neither time nor personnel lo provide Chrl/'s House subcommittee with a HJB 1'st of data it re- Seeing Is Believing 18 Teachers At School Near Paragould Quit Paragnuld, Ark.-W)-Eighteen of the 19 members of the faculty of | Oak Grove school, four miles north.; of Paragould, have submitted resignations. The resignations reportedly stemmed from a disagreement with the School Board over administration policies. Exact nature of the dispute wasn't disclosed. The board hasn't acted. Those resigning were Lloy Thomas, superintendent; Ambrose Garner, principal, and 16 cle- mcnetary and high school teachers. Only the vocational agriculture instructor, Foy Evans, was n o t ' i n - cluded among the signers of written resignations. French Cabinet Is Formed B; Premier Pinay Schumon Retained As Minister; Pleven Replaces Bidault Hunt For Boy's Body Is Scheduled Dragging Of White River Over Several Miles Scheduled Auto Collision Is Fatal To Springdale Mother An all-out effort to locate lhci' v body of Eual Dean Smith, 12 Springdale .youth missing- since February 2fi, will be staged tomorrow. STioriff Bruce Crider! said White River, now going' down after a-week of high water, -."'' TKn R - WVLIE · will be combed from cast of Cov - Sidney M c M a t h -II but cot Kpringdale to near Rogers. j into a third term campaign for Searching parties have sought | governor at an "appreciation the body of young Smith .since! ni 8hl" dinner program at Hunts- last Wednesday. A companion "re-| v '"o |BS| night--but he declined ported the boy drowned a week i l o 8" n11 the way. Governor Gets Feet Wet In Crash Trhird Term Stream, Delays At Intersection I Full Plunge At Huntsville information by ordering Eov I ', " ' Eva M i n m e ' who is Barbed ernment agencies to t u r n ' d o w n i ''T"- , M ' n m e - - " any sucli request's by Ihe subcom- j mn _^_ m '"'" P'eccs a vest and hutlon-on drawers. Truman Plans Speech jeries Anderson of Harwich, Pa., is red flannels. Tlie outfit is mittee The subcommittee in investigating the Justice Department, ac- · cused of laxity in prosecuting tax law violations. The subcommittee had asked for a list of all cases in the past six years which t r e department had failed to prosecute, delayed action on, or sent oack to the agency which originallv - recommended action. Highway Department Foremen Are Discharged Little Rock-(/P)-A stalewide reduction 1 In supervisory employes of the state Highway Department had been ordered by Highway Di- reptor Olen Fullerton. Fullerton, acting yesterday on order from Governor McMath, discharged four foremen and reduced three others in rank in Conway .County--his home countv. Eighth dislricl Supervisor H. C. Sellers of Russellville said Fullerton had ordered him to lake sirni- .lar action in other counties in his district where the employe list is "top heavy." The other counties arc Perry, Faulkner. Johnson, Van Burcn, Pope and Yell. Fullerton said the same treatment would be accorded the other nine highway districts. Bruce Crider To Seek New Term As Sheriff Schedules Rest At Key West Urges Women To Face "Political" Facts Of Life Washington -(/P)- Women who fail in politics should null blaming j it on men and face the "practical political facts of life'," says a worn- Key West. Fla.-(/Pi-President an Judge from Texas, Truman s'ciUert, down today at his Distrlcl Judge Sarah Hughes of favorite camp to limber, up for Dallas was in W.ashington as r-rcs- lhe:i!)52 political championship' iden't. of the'National- Federation fight. He intends to plump Ihe I nf Business and Professional Wom- mntry, virtually stale by slale, in i en's Clubs. The federation gave i* vnnr'c r.innMnn nn --~:-- !a reception ycslerday for iffomen members of Congress .ind oilier Paris - (IP) - Premier A n t o i n e Pinay today formed a cabinet to give continued French support to Atlantic defenses and -go ahead with plans for a European' army including German troops. Robert Schuman. who has been managing French foreign relations through repeated cabinet changes since July, 1348, was retained as foreign minister. He is noted as author of Ihe plan to pool West Europe's coal and steel resources. Rene Pleven, the ex-premier who first proposed the European army, goes in as defense minister in place of Georges Bidault. Bidault fell 111 while attending last month's meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Council in Lisbon/and said his health was ! too poor for him to stay ' " ' government. Pinay promised the Assembly i he would start a drive against ! widespread tax dodging, try to reform tax gathering methods, effect adminislralive economies, and raise laxes only if -his other measures fail. - In many ways. Hie new cabinet -·loscly resembled the "'" ' earlier when a boat'overturned during a fishing expedition. He had been hunted by police a run-away after f a i l i n g to reach school the morning of February 26. The companion, Dean Ro s ers, H, first said young Smith left him to hitch-hike to Huntsville. Later he admitted the bo.v "I am not saying now wi clher I wi'l be a candidate." he announced i.i a soccch In some 500 persons In Ihe grade school gym. "but I-'wIIl say again t h a t I could b« drafted --;and if a s ' m a n y as three people request me to run, I will .consider It am looking for died when their boat upset about | right now." call lo duty. I that third man eight miles east of Sprlngdalc jusl off Highway 68. Tomorrow's plan calls for Hog- crs firemen and stale troopers lo 'k- south from inside Benton int.v, making contact with boat teams from Fayettevillc and Springdale which will start drag- King the slrcam.bed al the Highway 68 bridge east of Springdale. At Springdali', Police Chief Wayne H.vdcn asked volunteers to meet at the police s t a t i o n at He couldn't'doubt "the call," for a group of Huntsville business men made It c l e a r ' t h e y were twisting his arm in an effort to persuade Just Goes To Show Firemen Get No Rest Penn Van, N. Y.-i/l'i-Cnr five years there hadn't been a call lor Kcubn Park's firemen. /.« they sat down to their a n n u a l banquet one night this week--hone! The fire al KcuXa College was doused quickly and Ihe 2: \ n l u n - lecr fire fighters, many o' whorn leach al the college, went back lo dinner. On Highway 71 Mrs. Berneli Stamps Killed, Mrs. Helen Gardes Injured A young Sprlngdalc woman wsj killPd ami ,-, Ifrm 4 injnrwl -arly this mnrninc In the rnlliaiin u j ' iwo passenger cars at ,1 Springdale street Intrr.-.nction. Mrs. Bernell Stamps, 27. mother of an pight-yn.-ir-olcl r- n . suffered, fatal hear! injuries In the crash, and was nronounced dead on aj 1 , rival a I Waihincton County Hos- m | plt.ii. Mrs. IMpn Gardes. 24. driv- m . tomorrow. He explained 10" for his campaign, to he t u r n ed over to him immediately after he formally announces for'anoth- er term. He told (he group: , I u s , ,,,,,,, t h a t ^ |n ^.,. o ,.. » "'Ml be we'll be using it." Thc mon «y ls in the First Nat- l n " al Banl - ln Hunlsvlllc. I t Is ?2 '' n m n r c tllan wa » « l v c n lo ' h « '«'o years, 0 by gi'oup for his second in the ..and dragging equipment. this year's election campaigns, whether as a candidate for reelection, or the champion of-the Democratic parly's national and congressional candidates. The president, who flew here women prominent in public and professional life. "I'm often referred lo as 'the o n l y ............... woman- district judge in from Washington yesterday, takes '· Texas,' " Judire Hughes said when tojhe beach this morning for a | interviewed. , "So what? I'm the swim in the Atlantic and a sunbath I onl - v woman who ran for district at Ihe enlisted men's beach of this 1 Judge." naval submarine station. He plans to stay here for three weeks, unless there should be a change for the worse in the con- j dilion of/ Mrs. David W. Wallace. Mrs. Truman's 89-year-old mother · who is seriously ill at Blair House i in Washinftlon. ] Aluminum Industry's Capacity Nearly Doubled Sheriff Bruce Crider, who re- 'turnp.d from World War II lo stage a successful campaign for sheriff six years ago, has announced thai he will be a candidate for a fourth term in office. . - -- ---.. Crider was elected over a field pany "' snicl t h o industry's of four other candidates in his ! "-"'Pac'ty "f 1 !s billion pouu .first campaign. Two years later he '""" ''~" u '" 1 ·- ---' -- ' was unopposed, and in 1950 defeated five other candidates in the Democratic prefcreni al primary.* 1 Washington - (/Pj - Th nation's aluminum supply is now big enough to permit relaxation of controls on civilian use. the Senate Small Business Committee learned yesterday. David P. Reynolds Metals Com- I annual ! -- , ids will ! be doubled by next year. He and I other industry representatives said I increased production wiuld continue indefinitely. Allied Troops Will Maneuver In Germany Paris-Wl-Allied troops in Cen- ·tral Europe will hold their first coordinated maneuvers this-sum- mcr j" ( i crma "y. General Dwight D. Eisenhower's headquarters an_ nounced today. Jet Fighter Planes 'Delivered To Italy Rome-(/P)-The first U. S. Jet fighter planes were delivered lo Italy today under terms of the mutual defense assistance pro. gram. Thc planes -- two F-fH fighter bombers -- were unloaded at Brindisi. Boiany, Bacteriology May Be Moved To Ofd Main Along With Office Of President Artillery Barrage Of leaflet! h Charged P»nmunjom, K"r... -.(/T)Communists today charged United Nations forces fired arlil- , l«ry shells filled w i t h propaganda leaflets i n t o the neutral zone nronnd this silc of the Korean /·rmistice talks. The that Red Cross Sends Help To Earthquake Victims Tokyo-Wj-The American R e d Cross today donated more than 8,500 pounds of clothing to victims of the Hokkaido earthquake Tuesday. Deciding Vote Said In South , Byrd Holds Area In Strategic Post Washington-(/P|-Senator Byrd of Virginia said today the South will have "Jhe balance of power-the deciding voice" in the No-1 vcmber' presidential election. i Senator M.-ybank (D-SC) agreed | and said the bid of Senator Bus- ' sell of Georgia for the Democratic presidential -nomination' "makes it certain the party will adopt a platform acceptable to the South." Like Maybank, Byrd is bark- ,,,.,,,, ,-,.-,, ,,,. lw iuj;iu ig Husscll for the lop spot on the leiday with eight persons the-road administrations lhat.y«mt before it. It leaned a little moVe to the right because Pinay is a conservative. Damage Suit Follows Collapse Of Bleachers Baltimore-M'J-Raltimnro's public works director yesterday issued a report charging the Snnja Hcnie Ice Show bleachers which collapsed and injured 233 persons Thursday night were of flimsy construction. Paul L. Holland, citing a cilv inspectors' report, said the load i the stands was as much a s ; eight times the carrying capacity of the supports. It was revealed lhal Ihe Hcnie show carried $300,000 in liability insurance. One injured couple, Mr. and Mrs. Martin K. Stumbroski, Baltimore, filed a $25,000 damage action against Miss Henie. U, S. Announces Nine Planes Lost · S c o u 1, Korea -(/P)- American Sabre jets knocked eight Communist MIGMSs 'out"ot'Ti6rBi v Kbrea'n ; skies jn -the past week with no loss; to themselves, the U. S. Fifth Air Force said today. But the Air Force, in its' weekly summary, said nine U. N. warplanes were losl during the period March 1-7. Red ground fire accounted for five, a mechanical difficulty caused one to crash, and three failed to turn for u n k n o w n causes. American Plane Strikes Glacier In Switzerland Bern, Switzerland-(/P)-A Iwin- cngined U. S. Air Force transport plane struck a blizzard-hidden glacier on the side of the famed Jungfrau Peak al twilight yes- Democratic ticket. Southerners who persuaded Jiussell to seek the nomination have made it plain their goal is to keep Presidenl Truman from being reflected, if he decides lo run again. Maybank said "there is scarcely any doubt" Truman can win the nomination if he becomes a, candidate. The president is expected to announce whether he will sock reelection lale this monlh. ported abroad. Thc Swiss Air Office said Ihere was little hope | any occupant of the plane could i survive both the crash and the bitter temperatures of a 60-mile- I an-hour blizzard t h a t raged about the peak. Much of the wreckage is covered with snow, an officer reported after scanning the scene with binoculars. !) a. f _,, thai only nicn with boat's "iai'gc 5i V ^ nnl ' enough to be safe on the trcach- M " llEon crous stream can be used. Fayclteville searchers w e r e Several On Program asked by the sheriff to contact! McMath's speech concluded n the sheriff's office--110 or 300--I long program which followed a to volunteer for the task. Here ( d i n n e r served by. home cc. girls also the cmpha'sls fs on boats : of liunlsvllle. Orval . Faubus, Huntsville, publisher and secretary In the governor, was In charge nf ceremonies and introduced n ; number of persons from several I parts of the slate. They Included i Highway Director Oicn Fullert o n ; Highway Commissioners Roy Martin nnd Truman Taker; Purchasing Agent Arnold Slkes; Executive Scc.rotary Henry Woods; novfenUe;,Commlssioncr Carl Psrk- er;'.ofvarious/ commissions 'and V number of others. Bill and Toby Baker i.,.d assistants from St. Pfliil played Instru- 1 mcnts and cracked jokes; Faubus and Toby Baker conducted a skil; The Misses.Kane tap-danced; Mrs. Melba Soulc sang two numbers,' accompanied by Mrs. Maltic Jean McDonald. A group from Gravelte present* cd a porlofolio of pictures to Governor McMath, and praised the governor's'highway program, and four' from the Huntsville area made shor; speeches of appreciation for McMath's work. They were Frank Cannady,. 'superintendent of the vocational school at Huntsville; Afton Wheeler, prosl- dcnl of the Carroll electric cooperative; W. J. Lcflar of Ashcr and C. M. Pierce, president of Ihe Huntsville Chamber of Commerce. The Rev. Van Zandt gavi the Invocation and the Rev. Tom Wilson brought the session lo a close with a prayer. The presentation of Ihe $1,000 was marie by a group composed of Tom Hargis. J. F. Coger, Harold Whitson, Albert Sparks, 'Roy Hawkins, Hill Everett, C- M. Pierce. Charles Smile and Frank Cannady. Clay McBrown made tho presentation. Fulbright Hits Policy Lack Soys Long Term Program Needed Omaha-i/Ti-The - Korean War might 'well have been avoided If "we had taken the firm position . . . that we would fight to prevent the Communists from tfik THI Thc Highway A u d i t Commission's report of its findings during recent public hearings In Little Rock w i l l - b e issued for release at 10:30 o'clock tonight-that is, the findings broadcast at that time, and will be available for Sunday morning | papers. That mean* Saturday af- j tcrnoon publication is prohibited. j We can only say that so far as I v.'c can learn the report doesn't have anything siarilingl.y new ibout it, but doe; reiterate the com of the inilnmobile in which the two women woro riding, ruffcrsd head, shoulder and leg injuries but her condition was believed not to be serious. Sprlngdalp city police arrested Robert McChrlstlan. If. ot Fay- ellcvllle Route 4, driver o'f the second car, on s charge of failure to yield Ihe right-of-way. Police Chief Wayne Hydrn. who with prowl car officers investigated,said McChrlstlan, a truck driver,is also under investigation oil susnicion ol negligent homicide. · The accident occurred at 12:30' m. on Highway 71 a block north of Ihe F.mmn Avenue intersection. Chief Hyricn with prowl .car offl"- cers reported Mrs. Carries was Ing the country try force,"' Sen. driving north on Highway - 71. J. W. FulhrlBht (D-Ark) said here last night. Instead, he said, "we felled lo include Korea In the defense perimeter which we regarded as essential lo Ihe defense of Japan and the · Paci/ic." Fulbright ma^b the remarks in his second address in the Baxter sedan, continued across the highway and spun around .without overturning. McChristlan's c a r ' ' " ' fund. Both are members of the Senate Appropriations Cnmmiltce which will have a say over the amount Congress cventua'lly votes. Ellender told a reporter he suspects "some camouflage" in the Truman appeals for $1,RI9,000,000 of "de- support" earmarked for "That sounds to me like mission's contention that a lot has | HAC Under Fire. been going in in Highway Depart ment a f f a i r s which hasn't according lo Hoyle. Governor McMath, suffering One source" i Ir ° m " scvcrc coltl and with a __. _.' _ ., ' i hoarse voice, followed the text of OCK ; _| Kansas Group Goes All Out For Sen. Taft i Old Main may be a different place. At least, the Board of Trustees of the University has a plan under consideration which would release space in Ihe library, Ihe home economics and agricullure buildings by moving quarters now housed in those structures to Old Main. Under the plan, physics would move out nf Old Main to the new physical science building Hearing cnmVleiion on Dickson Street; law will move out of Old Main to its new building on Maple. These changes will free the basement and fiisl floor of Old Main, which under Ihe plans, would be remodeled lo lake care of botany nnd bacteriology courses, and offices of the president. Plans call for rcmodcllnr of h« basement for ho»«ny nnd bacteriology wilh the registrar's office and business office on the first floor. The museum, now in the library building, will he sum of $250,000 to pay for "the nam'cTtw'o delegated piMged^.o remodeling work if f i n a l l y ar- j Sen. Robert A. Taft to the OOP ranged, and has suggested t h a t ! national convention and recom- arrhilcclural help be provided. I mended another Taft man lor It was announced at the Uni- delegate at large. H was a clean versity loday also that an ar-l s w c c P rangcrhcnt has been made lo! purchase about 3,000 acres o f ! "Vo : i land at Lake Wcdinglon to pro- vidp pasture space for University caltle herds. Al present I h p herd's Nashville, Tcnn-M'j-Mrs. James G. Slahlman, w i f e , of the Nashville Banner publisher, died in a hospital last night a f t e r a hcadon | collision which also filled her ; Negro maid and an Illinois pastor's wifp. ii ., i The olher women wpre Mis .»a-^K^a.^lrShS-tt -r'"^ ; for a solid, "favorite son" dclcga-1 . ? snrl "*. Mrs. Stahl- tion from the general's own home I ~. s ?""·; .. slate, got jolled al Ihcir very first I cv ' A r l h l l r P- Jordan, pas- hurdle. ' lor "' St. James Melhoriisl Church In Kansas' first delegate elec- in D a nvllle. remains in critical who has seen the report, says t h e ; -- commission puts the blame square-!? t h r e c - a TM-a-half page typcwrlt- ' t e n text with few exceptions. He look off at one point to say thai "Kvcn the Highway. Audit Commission had to say that every contract but one went lo the low bidder." "That onp," he explained, went to the second low bidder for 5S cents more than (he low hid h '' ra ." sc ." w «» "iTM- " »n Arkan- .sas business man rather than to one from out of the 'tale. He said In Ihe course of his re- CONTINUED ON PAGE NINE ly on the back of Cov. Sid Me malh. Wile Of Publisher In Tennessee Is Killed memorial lecture series at Ihe University of Omaha. The Arkansas sonntor criticized the United States'fof its' luck' 6f a ' long-term, foreign policy. And he called upon the citizens of this country to make and keep n Innit term program In foreign affairs, McCarren And Ellender Would Slash Aid Fund Washington - /P| - Democratic Senators McCnrrnn of Nevada nnd Ellender of Louisiana called lo- ,,,,,,,,,.,,, day for a slash nf from one to Iwo highway Intersection! Both men TM"TM ^.K^X^dl^ h " d ln J "" ° V rn "*' »°* which at that point .(« near the center of the city. Young McChris- llan snd a passenger, Pvt, Coy A. Stuart, 20, of Camp Cbaffeo, were traveling west on a side street and failed lo stop for the higtiway intersection. The car occupied by the two. voting women hit tho side nf McChrlstlan's old-model the enjt side of the hlghwiy.-. · Mrs.~ Stamps was taken" to the hospital.'In a Callison-Slsco ambulance. A physician *a!ri her death resulted from, s depressed fraehire of the skull. Mrs. Cardes was removed to. her home. She was (o undergo a more complete medical examination today, ..Private Stuart was booked by Springdtile police on a drunkenness charge. Hyden said McChrls- tlan had tint been drinking, but admitted failure to sioo for the suffered cuts and bruises. Mrs. Stamps was a graduate-of Springdale High School and at the time of her death was employed.*! a laboratory' technician by. the' Welch Grape Juice Companyat Springdale. She Is survived by. her husband. John Stamps of Sp'ring- dalp; one son, Johnny Stamp's ^of the home; one sister, Mrs. Janette- Long ot China- Lake. Calif.: and.' ceo-.1 f n u r brothers. Paul Scott, Pierce . . T , " .--"-· 1'iur Drainers, fnw bcott, F erce nom c aid, dressed up under a now Scott, Carl Scott, and Winfred title. Blender said. "Personally | Sc ott, all of Springdale I m against any more economic Funeral arrangements under the direction of Callison-Sisco Funeral Home are incomplete. Food Prices Decline, .Munsan,Kore a -^.AU.N.trueci B U r e i U A D I 1 0 U n C «/ negotiator today accused the Com- Washinglon-i/Pj-A new drop in munists of secretly Imprisoning retail and wholesale food prices caplured Allied soldiers--incljd-1 was reported yesterday, The ing Americans--In ficd China. [Bureau of Labor Statistics Secret Imprisonment Of Soldiers Is Charged - - . J" i » V U V - i l J l l d . i v u i v a u \n IjdUl'I O i a U S L l C S Stllil North Korean Maj. Gen. Lee | prices at the grocery stores fell ^ the charge a two-tenth of one per cent In the Pilots Become III In Flight So Passenger Manipulates Controls For Three Hours Sang Cho called the charge * - -- -*-·" i-*-. ,.*.,.. .,* * ( . c "fabrication" and a further at- '" days ended February 25. That tempt to delay the admistice ncgn- m " the-food price index a t ' 2 2 7 Unions. , i of the 1021! prices--2.3 per cent Rear Adm. ft. K. Llhb'y the U N b r l n w January 15. but 11.8 per negotiator, accused the Reds' of i f 0 ? 1 abl ? vc JU u"' ','"'' ] D ,!°' ^ m " : ' "threatlng" the U. N. Command ! ho(nrc lhc TM lbrt " k ° ( h * """an in a statement lambasting its j '^ , )umlu ,., id wnolcs ,,' e ! pi ices declined three-'.enths of one 1 per cent in the weuk ended i March 4. · · treatment of war prisoners. '.' f TM9'°TM mg KuSSIOH CltlCS Yawn Young Woman To New York-MVA t of- I jamming attempts. Capp May Court House. N. .!.(/P)-A young woman, went In Bur- detlc Tomlln Memorial Hospital for treatment of n dislocated Jaw, "What happened?" she was askrd. "I .Yawned," explained Mrs. Flnr- sne* Wick, 2«, of n«arbr Aavalon Tokyo-f/Pi-R. A. Ostrnfp h a d never before been at the controls of a P1V Privateer, hut there was j no time to worry about a |jit| c thing like t h a t . The Navy patrol plane was "00 miles from base and Ihe pilot, ' the co-pilot, LI, Richard 0. Han-' co-pllol and navigator were miser- i sen. Mcnlo Park, Calif., was strick- ably 111, bent double with th · mony | pn. of an a t t a c k of food poisoning. Oslrofe, an aviation machinist's male first class from Sen Francisco, kncclPd between IMP scats of the pilot and co-pllol and mani- Thp weird part of a i otherwise routine f l i g h t began whin thp navlsator. l.,t. David E., Gibbs, Oakland, Calif., reported to the pilot l h a l hf was ill and unable lo navigate the plane. Before a new navigator could be assigned,. Germans Suspected Of Selling Secrets Held j Finnn. Cermany-f/PI-Five more . Germans have been arrested in a | police roundup of persons sus- | pectpri of soiling industrial secrets of the strategic Ruhr to foreigners. pulalpd Ihe u n f a m i l i a r controls, He marsged In ke:p the plane IPVPl Almost immediately tho pilot, lt. .lamps E. Cortliay, San l-'ian- clsco, Joined his fellow of'iccrs in misery. Three hours later Corthay nnd .l.inscn were partially recovered. nnd on » Jlr.'ilsht course Corlhay u n l l l it ipachpd Aland Air Base · ance was lardy respoi.slble three hours i.iter. |th4 plnnc'j safe return. Thpy managed to hiid the plane, 'aid Oslrofes perlorm- Isrcly rrsor.slble for

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