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1M MMUCMTIMn Â· IM MOT CONCtRN C* TIM NEWSPAFK Aiiociafed Pmi Leased WirÂ« AP, King and NEA Futures *louilT with iiÂ«fthÂ«fly colder tonifht Tomorrow *!0gdy,iÂ«nd continued -co t*mÂ»Â«riluru jraicrday 57; noon fodty 44. Jiuiriw Â«:Ui Â» set'Â«;3S.' 'Â·' " Â· ' ' V.^ VOIUMI W, NUMMK 307 FAYiTTiVILlE, AIKANSAS, TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1952 ftÂ»CI Â«VI OMTS Federal Aid On ; Ordinance Legalizing Dispatching Of Fire Equipment Passed ' The. Fayetteville City.-Counc Â·plit, four to three, last night in vote on authorizing the, mayor make, application- lor. federal ai lor .a project to gravel and surfac a taxi way Â· arid apron. it Drak 'Field/-'.-.'Four Â· members : approve Â·Â»ppUcatipn-for~'the' project, an three objected; Alderman Lavern Hefiin kad left the.meeting earlie because o f . illness and was no present when the., vote was taken Aldermen Burge, Hunt and Pral voted No, and Aldermen Richard ion, Williams, McAllister an Kent voted Yes. . Under the proposal thus adopt ed ( application will be made fo federal funds.to match.city funds to pay.-for the proposed improve ments at the airport. 'Â·^Considerable time was spent 01 i 'discussion : of enforcing a. citj ordinance'concerning b u l l d i n regulations after a p e t i t i o n tigrrcd by i number of-resident ,was. presented asking the city tc allow, an addition constructed tc his home by Severt'Rise, 629 Lin dell, to. remain although it- viq lites ordinances. Â· The' buildihj Committee agreed to consider the case before-action' by the Coun cil is taken. 'The addition is close to' the property line than allowed under city ordinance, it wa brought out. . An . ordinance - was adopted creating- a paving district on Lin dell Avenue--Street Improvemen District 57. . ' ' . . Also adopted was an ordinanci making it legal for the mayor o lire chief to send fire fighting equipment to extinguish blaze out : of the 'city; limits. Previously lire fighting equipment has been sent out of town to light blazes without- sanction by law, thu: leaving' the officials' liable, per sonally, and putting .the volunteer firemen in jeopardy of losing their pension .benefits if an acciden should -occur, while "they were' ! oft ' ' Strike By Union Workers In Telegraph And Telephone Firms Declared Possibility i.Meiriwliiii;' Adolpli Brims, pres- ' Â· . ntnee- changes - this; and0 brovide an opportunity, of making mutua Â·id agrte'minti with n*arby-com- Â·Jnunities.' 1 '. ''";." .." City Attorney A.-D, McAllister Jr., .reported that in the case of the city Vs. Mrs. C. B. Paddock which includes a cross complain by Mrs. Paddock, an agreement had been reached by-attorneys to dismiss both complaints and to split court-costs. The case, was brought .about when the city constructed a sidewalk along the 'south side of the Paddock building at the - intersection of Mountain and East Streets, and sued Mrs. Paddock" to pay the costs She in turn claimed damages, and -filed a cross complaint. Mirrors Don't Impress Judge Detroit-W-Patrolman G e o r g e Williams ^arrested Arthur Wynn, 27,. .for speeding/and said he'd .clocked.ihe motorist at.40 miles an hour. ".-.. , "That's impossible," said Wynn in-court yesterday. "I have three rear-view mirrors on my car and I didn't see anycop." , Answered -Traffic .Referte Rollin D, Shull: -"You obviously need more r foresight and less hindsight. That'll-be ,?25.".__ _'' Navy To Continue Protecting Formosa Taipeh, Formosa-yP)-U.S. Navy Secretary Dan A. Kimball said today the United States would continue to protect' Formosa regardless of the;-outcome of truce .'efforts in Korea. "The people of Formosa are our friends," Kimball said, "and we are going to keep on protecting then-.' ' . Â· Â· . Â· Â· ' Burning Clothes Fatal To Gravette Resident .Â·Gravette, Xrk.-(P)-Burns suffered when his clothes ignited while he was burning trash at the rear of * 'business building caused the death last night in a Bcnton- vllle hospital 1 of Albert Hays, 84, a resident here many years, Poultry Market -- 'The poultry market today is rt- ported by the University or Ar. kantai Institute of Science and Ttch'nolojry and the Dairy and Poultry Market News Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Northwest Arkansas Â«rea: Mar- kej steady; demand good; volume ef trading normal; offeringi adequate to liberal; prlcei f.o.b, farm reported to 2 p.m.--brollen and fryers, all weights, 24-25, one amall lot reported at 21. No mostly price. Washington-Wj-Labor:: 'ploTis" .ra- the, telephone and telegraph industries reported today on "plans for possible early strikes. .The CIQ's Communications Workers of the Bell System in Michigan, Ohio and Northern California, and in Western Electric plants, : showed balloting ran" 4-1 in favor of a strike. Negotiations w i ' t h these four American Telephone Â· and Telegraph affiliates.have been under way since January/-'Contracts expired several weeks 'ago. Other Bell System contracts: are due to expire -soon. . , " . Â· ' . . . : Ideht: of-.^the.-Western Union - division of'theÂ·;Commercial T e l e - graphers L.Union.' (AFL), / ' s a l t sentiment for a', strike is strong' in-his union/ The 30,000 - Western Union, employes are'now taking a strike; vote.' Ballots Â· are : to be counted -begining- :Mar'ch 20. The contract expires March -31. -No strike date has been set. The. CIO'telephone union is asking -an- unspecified "satisfactory wage boost .and other concessions. The AFL union has asked West- ern'Union for-higher .wages, along with pension and' severance '. improvements. Â· . Area Donates Nearly To Storm Setter Checks Token To Little Rock For Disaster Relief . Northwest Arkansas sent two checks, totaling . $7,755.06 to Little Rock today to help victims ol the tornadoes which swept parts of Arkansas last Friday and Friday night. The . m o n e y was collected through the efforts of Radio Station KGRH in Fayetteville and Radio Station KBRS in Springdale and through the cooperation of the whole area. Many communities in this section of the state helped to swell tlie. total with voluntary contributions. The Fayetteville radio station turned over a check for $4,248.06, and the Springdale radio check totaled $3,507. The donations were made when the radio stations invited residents of the area to call and- have the money' picked up or. to mail it in. Both stations operated programs for .several hours in'the interest of the campaign. And collections will continue as. long as area residents aend in donations, Â·', f fakihf tfie moiiey to.fcittleRock this afternoon were Jim Reis, ehalrmari oif the board of the Chamber of Commerce in Springdale and E. R. Ritter, secretary of the .C. of C. in Springdale, and Paul Lewis, disaster relief chairman of fie Washington County Red Cross. Fight To Remove Taft's lame Looms In Jersey Trenton, N. J.-(fl)-It's going to :ak'e a fight to get Sen. Robert A. Taft's name completely off New Jersey's Republican presidential srimary ballot. Taft--rankled by Governor Driscoll's support of ; en. Dwight D. Eisenhower--asked officially yesterday to be withdrawn. The first challenge popped up in Hackensack last night when Bergen County Clerk Alexander Allen said he -would contest Marsh's move., Allen said Bergen has 250,000 sample ballots for the April IS poll already printed and ready to jo into the mails next Monday. Vot..drily would it cost the county another $10,000 to print new ones, ut it would be almost physically .mppssible to have them ready in time, he said. innegan Sentenced, s Out On Bond St. Louis-OPj-James P. Finnegan, former internal revenue col- ector, is free under a $5,000 ap- l bond today after receiving a wo-year prison. sentence and a 10,000 fine for misconduct in of- icc. Attorneys for Flnnejran, a per- 6nal friend of President Truman, ,)id the appeal will be filed with- n 10 days. U. S. District Judge Rubey M. Hulen, In passing sentence yesterday, described Se 51-year-old Fin- legan as a public official who sac- ificed his honor for "a dirty mess f dollars." Srond Jury In Benton County In Recess Bentonville'-(Spcclal)-The Grand ury which was called into ees- lon In conjunction with the spring erm of court here was recessed ntil April 1 yesterday. The Grand Jury, called by Circuit udge Maupln Cummings, opened ts first session yesterday morn- ng at 9 a. m. No announcement f the proceedings has been made. IMvÂ«rte MeewnM Final Los Anieles-(/d-Slnger Glnny ilmmj' divorce from Hyatt R. -*hn, industrial engineer, has be- ome final. They married In 1945 nd have two children, Phone Rale Hike Plea Is Rejected Oklahoma "Cily-(/P)-The Oklahoma Corporation Commission unanimously turned dov.'h Southwestern Bell Telephone Company's request for a $2,500,000 annual rate increase. Reford Bond, commission chairman,'said the request was denied yesterday because company arguments were not sustained hy testimony or lav.'. It was the third increase sought by Bell since 1949. The other two were granted partially*. Committee To Study Reports On Red Power Washington - (/P) - The Senate. Preparedness Subcommittee plans to look at sedref intelligence reports on Russian air power while reviewing the state of America's security. Chairman Lyndon B.' Johnson (D-Tex) said today unusual precautions will be thrown around the/hearings, scheduled, to open next Monday. However, while some witnesses will be heard behind closed, doors, he said others' will testify in public. Justice Douglas Would Slop'Waste In Asia Phlladelphia,-(ff')-Associate : supreme Cburt-'Jiistice William 6. Douglas believes the .United States should concentrate on keeping Middle Eastern countries friendly to the west "instead of wasting our wealth in Asia." Â· Douglas, sometimes mentioned a possible Democratic presidential candidate, told ..a Jewish charities appeal dinneMast night: "We are wasting our''wealth in Asia. We are not doing'any more there, than just promoting Communism. Why should we lose the Middle East by default to Communism?" 1 . Taft Leader In Poll Taken By County Group A .majority of Republicans who read the TIMES apparently an strong for'Senator Taft '(R-Ohlo for the GOP nomination for the presidency of the United States. Thi Washington County Republican Committee today released final results from a poll conducted, recently through ballots printed in Ihe TIMES, giving Republicans a -chance .to mark . thei preference .on the top -our contenders for the GOP nomination .The committee received 325 ballots. Of that total, 65.2 i cr ccn were cast for Senator Taft; 23.0 per cent went to Gen'. Dwigh 1 Eisenhower; Governor U'arrcn o. California polled f.9 per cent, and Harold Stasscn of Minnesota trailed with five per cent. Republicans To Hold Convention At Courthouse Meeting Dote Set For April 5 To Select Delegates Republican voters of \Yashihg- Â·on County will hold a county convention April 5 in the courthouse he/e to select delegates to -he Republican Third Congressional district convention at Huntsville and to the GOP statj convention in Little Rock. Charles W. Atkinson, chairman of the county.GOP Committee, and W. M. Rittcr, secretary, announced plans for the county convention today. It will begin at 1:30 p. m. Republicans in each precinct vill meet before April 5 to select delegates to the county t 'hven- ion and members o f - t h e .county Republican Committee, the' officials reported. " . Attendance at the county con- 'ention 'will be on the basis o f - a quota system. -Thirty-seven' -pre- 'incts' willÂ· -have -one delegate each, 'and five-' will 'have, twp.fiacb, )lus one alternate ifor * each' dele;ate. : "Â·"" " 'Â· 'Â·"'Â· '. Â·Â·Â·/ : ';. --.'"' The district ^convention, to be l e l d ' a t Huntsville Â£pril 15, /will name tv.'o delegates a n d ' t w o al- ernates to trie national GOP con- 'ention in Chicago. 1 The state uori- 'ention will he. held April 25 and 6- in Little Rock. Â· Â·'' 4 Killed In Ambush Kuala Lumpur, Malaya -(^P)- r ourtecn persons were killed to- ay in one of tlio worst terrorist mbushes of Malaya's undeclared Communist war. luded two Eeds. The dead in- Los Angeles Hotel Fire Fatal To Six Night Clerk Warns Many In Time To Save Their Lives Los AnRoles-Wl-F I r e which flashed sv/iftly in.a six-floor Skit How hotel killed at least six men today. A night clerk who' ran through the corridors knocking ot doors, then 'hurried bark to his switchboard to warn others b; telephone, was credited with saving niLny lives. An estimated. 150. were In the St. George Hotel, at 115 Easl Third Street when the .blaze broke out at 5 a.m. Police sale 10 were hospitalized. with burns or Injuries. The night'clerk, Leland White- bouse, "7, said: "The .first I knew of the fire was when someone called do-vn 'rom the fourth floor when he saw smoke.-1, ran upstairs. I went Â·Jov/n a back stairway from the fourth, to the third floor. Then I saw the fire. It was coming from room 312 at the rear. The door was open." One of the occupants of 312, identified by police as A. D..Bern- lardt, felLor jumped-to his death in an alley. The other occupant, Emil Mongee, was. burned criti- cilly. U n t i l . they coulc. question him. Fire Department arson investigators said they had no idea low.the blaze started. Whltchou.iC said the two men checked in after midnight. ; . Three Major Fires ' Of the dead beside .Bernhardt, all suffocated: .The blaze . w a s quelled an hour after it started. It was the third mnjor fire of the night. A few hours earlier, 5400,000 Maze swept a two-story Business building A few blocks away, on Broadway, damaging-a clothing store, dress shop,- jewelry store and restaurant. . 'Â· . ; ' One .wing of the Bel Air Country Club was burned out in,another fire shortly after midnight. President Frank Winnie estimated he loss, chiefly to the. kitchen and . banquet room') at $200,000, Six employes .escaped,, . ... ; .-Â·'.., Semtor's J Hdt''!7;y Wins Victory Washington-W-Taft forces won d victory over Eisenhower backers ast night in the capital city--financially speaking, that Is. : Auctioneers,got ..$550. i for Tart's i.it, while Eisenhower's- K-ration kit brought in $258'.'. Â·;. . .'''.';.' The bidding came at a ' f u n d - aisihg meeting sponsored b y . t h t Republican W o m e n's Finance Committee for the District of Co- umbia. . . . Wade Favors Special Session Provided Need And Funds Exisl Rep. Clifton Wade of Fayetteville said this atfernooh that he would favor calling, a special session of the Legislature to vote aid for tornado victims provided investigation shows the aid is still needed and that funds are available. State Sen. Ellis Fa'gan of Little Rock has urged that such a special session be called.' He has tele- graphed'all members of the Lcgr islature, asking them to petition Governor McMath to call the ses- In a written statement, Wade said: "We.are all .shocked by. the tragedy caused by the'recent tor-, nado; -Duf' people arc responding, to the call for aid and.assistance: and, if investigation shows that it is still necessary, and funds' are available, I would 'favor calling a special session of the Legislature for the purpose of appropriating funds for the relief of our distressed citizens." The Associated Press reported this afternoon that there arc in- dications that politics are entering the picture of the proposed special session. The governor, hasn't said whether he favors the idea of not. Bui an BdminisVrative"s'pokesman told the AP. today;that the first five telegrams asking for.the session came from foes of the administration. The governor was in conference with various department heads today. But an aide said' the conference concerned highway department revenues and had nothing to do with tornado relief. COLE QUADS GO EXPLORING IN LONDON PARK IOOKIN* IIONI UVIIT, tilt OMt fimlrujmu tÂ» Â«" Â·" exploring expedition through Â· Ixmdon pÂ«rK. wiui ft, MO m* trailing jMhlal )Mt Â» CM. tram Mt: Patrtew, rrtncw, CdM, Man*. Damage From Set At $25, Farminglon May Have Fire Department; Plans To Be Made Al Meeting Of Lions Farmlngton, with no fire protection o t 1 . 7 than tha ; . provided on a when-available basis by Fayette- vllle, will soon have Â« fire department of its own if tentative plans of the Farmington Lions Club can be carried out. .The town, five miles west of Fayettevillc, is the heart of a considerable, farming community, has a Jar^c school system and is growing--but it has no Â·Â· protection against fire. . Thursday night's meeting of the Farmington Lions Club-will center around fire prevention and control witb talks byFayettevllle Fife Chief Burl Skclton and Bill Morris of the Fayettevllle depart- ment. Following the talks, a question and answer session on ; the use of fire-fighting apparatuif'wil! be held.. ' . Â· ' The - Fayetjcville Â· . department 1 !, rural-type fire engine ' will be dcmont'vatcd r -ir Whlte'n store .at 7 p. m.' Farmington men will be Instructed. In the 'handling of hose :and otner equipment.. "' The club meeting.will open 'at 7:30 p. m., With a covered dish supper at the Farmington school lunchroom. Women of the com- mur.lty, and non-club members are'lav;ted..to attend.. Â· Â· Â· Â· At the meeting.the Lions Club will present Â» check to "John Hov?- ard Morris for his prize-winning paper, "I Like Farmington." Iturbi Offers To Help Raise Relief Money Little Rock-()p)-One of the'na- ion's leading concert . lanists-- Jose Iturbl-r-has'offered to play a benefit' performance here for victims of Â· Arkansas' tornadoes., Â· Iturbi telephoned.Gover'ncr McMath's office from' his Home In Beverly Hills, Calif., yesterday, and suggested an April 10 or 17 dativ - - -.Henry Woods, the .governor's executive secretary, delayed definite acceptance pending McMath's return to Little Hock. The governor was Inspecting .storm damage in Howard County.- Pinay Proposes Budget Without New lixw MneflMy^M^pu^tnKaf omlzea budget tvMchÂ·Â·.iÂ«y)eÂ»,,,;jH0 new taxes .into the. iax-conscloui National Assembly. Pinay proposed economies on almost all. gov- mcnt spending -except the four- bllllnn-dollar arms program. The cuts would save- 110 billion 'franc's (320 million dollars). He estimated ncreaslng yields from . existing axes would add about 60. billion francs ( i 75 million dollars) to' previous estimates of government income, - Â· . These two factors, Pinay said, ivould balance the budget .without new taxes. ., - . Opening Immigration Gales To Be Tested . Washington-(P)-President. Tru*' man's, pica for opening the immi- ;ration gates to 300,000 additional Europeans in thfe next three years seems certain to get a Senate floor est this session. Senator Humphrey (D-Minn) Sfiid today the essentials of the program sent to Congress by Trunan yesterday are contained in a ill he and 11 other senators in- reduced .two weeks ago. Three Pedestrians Die When Struck By Truck New York-yPi-A two-ton .tank ruck killed three pedestrians eslcrday n s j t sideswiped another ruck, smacked into several parked Â·ars,'spun Â·Â· onto a sidewalk and nto two store fronts. Anthony Mazzn, 27, the driver, was freed in 10,000 bail on a charge of homi- Ide. : ire Destroys Gravette School Lunch Room Gravette, Ark.-(/P)-The lunch- Â·oom of the combined Gravette irade-hlgh school was destroyed ast night by fire with a loss estimated at $20,000. Lack of feeding acllities caused school to be closed. Nothing And Cosh For Tornado Area Collected Bcntonville-(Specliil)-AII cloth- ng and food donated for the tor- nadt disaster area will be collected by the city police here and Â«ken to the VFW hÂ«ll for pack- ng, a Benton County Red Cross official, has announced, Cash donations will be taken at the Red Cross office In the courthouse. A -special collection was taken at the morning assembly at the lentonvlllg schools. School chll- iren were to bring food and lothlng this morning. A special ollectlon will bÂ« taken up at the I Sunday night services In Benton- Jvlllc churches. take Money From : Armored _ C a r ; . Danvcrs,. Mass.-W)-THree guhf men t:.!3y stuck up the driver and helper of an armored car and fled with nbout JBOO.OOO. The truck, owned by the United States truck- Ing Corporation, had been stopped in front of a drugstore In.Mtple Street across from the Danvers National Bank when the gunmen appeared^:' ' : : ! Â·'Â·.' (Â·-, Â· /Â·', ( -"';-.. The armored car driver, Lawrence .Johanscn, estimated the loot, explaining he had been picking up money from various bank* in several North Shore communities; DanverÂ»,iÂ«, .approximately JO mile; north of Boston on U.S. Of Mort CÂ«M (Brllie Aawe'laMI 'Preii)' It w.as .more cold \vcjith'er. for wl((e areas In the Midwest and Wesiern areas today. Some warm- Ing was in prospect for the Eastern, Southern and far Wntcrn regions, Â· ' " ' ' . ' ' ' Â· Â· Â· ' Â· / Â· ; Â· Temperatures' dropped below zcr6 In parts of : - Michigan 'and Minnesota, . Readings over the North Central states, were 10 to 20 degrees; below normal,' Light snow fell in the 'Plains Â·states and In Montana. Snowplpw crawi continued working . to open imow- blbcked roads in many parts of the Dakotas. Gpv. Sigurd Anderson of South Dakota declared a stite of emergency in 30 central and northern 'counties because of the heavily drifted snow. Billy Graham Visits Eisenhower In Piris Parls-(/P)-Eyangelist Billy Gra- liam visited Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. ..to^ay and spent .half ah hour- discuislng , religion; GnhÂ«m, wh.o. plans- to see -all .U, Â· presidential candidates,. Hid he 'would 16 on the air aiid,h television screens throughout Â·-, the. United States the night- before next November's elections to ,;urge all voters tq go to the -polls. "1 will not become Involved In partisan politics," he said. "But 1 want to speak to the people and tell them it is the Christian duty of every American to vote." Japan Plans to Lease Warships From U. S. Tokyo-(/P)-Kyodo news service said today Japan plans to lease 60 small warships from the U. S. and recruit 0,000 men for a special maritime defense unit. Â· Â· - -Juliana to Fly Flowers to U. S. For Reception Amsterdam, The i.etherlands- Wi-More than 4,900 lilies, roses, tulips and other flowers will be fhwn tp Washington foi the reception and dinner Queen Julian* Is giving the first week of April during her sfate visit. Arkansas-- Considerable cloudiness; a little warmer oxtreme Â«st this afternoon; cooler northwest and extreme north portions tonight Â·nd In north and central portions Wednesday; low temperatures tonight 81-11 northwest and ex- trem* ftprtti portion. Death Toll In State W Wi 711 Injured Arkansas Cities r v Send Help;, Federal loansPossible "i Littie.Hock-OftiArltansas totaled' up a 525,000,080' damage : -blll from Friday'j .tornadoes.: ,-.. Goy. Sl'd McMath said : list night that the damage estimate-was at- rlved-from a;su"rve'y''6f.th* stite, Arkanjai - wai -the hardest Hi of six Southern states struck by tor-' nadocj, :stonnj / and .floods -Isst weekend, There were ^234 deailu and 1,100 injured In this sb slates. In Arkansas, 129.prsohs" ! wÂ«re killed, ,V7II. rlnjureo:: andÂ· ,361 homes destroyed !..or damaged.-," Relief ''operations,'' directed' by, JRed Cross and Salvation Army -workers, rapidly brought s semÂ» blsnce: of order. Arkansas cities that escaped *. damage tent truckloads of clothing, food and furnjr lure to the, destitute', communities' and'thpusÂ«ri(% of dollar!; The ell-" zenry of Warren In Southeast Ar-' Kansas--hit by a death-dealing tornado in: 194* -- tent the cash contrlbutiont mÂ»de to rait their churches-Sunday.- Â·:'Â· Â·...'-. .-.-:,- ltijittr ; Ar**Â» Praclitm**' Â· :,- . - flie federal Reconstruction; Ti' hthce Corporation declared .Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabimi, -Mil- sourl and Mississippi 11 dljsttir artas,-, opening the .*rÂ«y.for government loans to the storm Victims. "-. Â· Â· / Â· : : "--.":,; :if Â·Â·;Â· Consumer credit restriction! ilib were lifted for U ArksnjiJ p*r. sons In the affected arsis by thl Federal Reserve Bink.of St. Loult. . At'judionla--the'^lte CpuSt'}'; Ark., community thst' caught the full force, of the raging stormiil J nf the )4 victims were buried .it misÂ« funenl. Bonie 500 relative! and friends gÂ»thÂ«rÂ«d In the IOM^S 'uiiÂ«riHÂ«Â« tÂ»o . -*JÂ«*i.:'iJ8(Â»'.th*.; SllvÂ»Â«OI).'; 4jKea that no'rnore be tent Until present Mafia could/be torttnd distributed.: But both (he Army and the Red Crpsi - renewed plui for cash. ?;",:;.. f,v';;',' : '..'.;; -?;':}':'Â·Â·'Â·Â· Â·cheol Buildlngi LM! Â· .Ih,a tci.egririi to President Tiru^ . mÂ»n yesterday Governor McMath placed' the dimtge' -to ; 19 Khool building at 1.5 million dolUn Education Department iofflcl4lÂ« conferred .Monday in -an Â»tltmpt to work Â· out .a; metiwd* of. temporary assistance to the ichoolt. At JudBonia, ' Whiti.-vtounty School Siipervijbr W. E...Orr fijd Â«K6bli:;,.ttft)uld' be 'closed' thesre- miiuider of the term. Students will rejeelye" credit^ for a - hine-m6at|iÂ« term, having - already" complttea eight months work." The JudÂ«oniÂ« Â«chool opens, early to permit-cWÂ«- ing In time for strawberry picking. ..The. only school buildlngi'Â· 'left sUnding. -at v Judsonla are. the agriculture, building ' a n d * gytn- nailum. .which were damaged. Loss was,placed at'5*41.000. il-'i Bald. Knob school officials also met Mondiy, but were unable to reach 'a definite deciiion on reopening schools. Although the gild "; Knpb Â· school plant .was Wrecked, tome buildings'may be Salvaged.'---.Â· . . ' Â· Â· ."Â·Â·"' - Â·Â£*Â·. 'School'Superintendent John,T. Arnold laid Kensett echopls may Â· : onrar'ternporary; emergoicy basis -WednCTday,- . ~ : '' Staje'GommiJsioner A. B. Bonds said yÂ»l*fday that from scattered Â·.reports, and records," it appears: that the diÂ«trict'Â« insuri- ance policies will not begin to cover the damage. Also, the districts will be unable to borrow any additional money- through commercial bond issues until the March, 1853, school election, ' Attlee Wimj Of PÂ«1y Beats Bevin Fiction Lbndpn,-(/P)-ThÂ» Clement AtilM wing of the Labor party, won ,a double .victory over lel.-wln|*r Aneurin Bevan't faction today.' A packed meeting of the i .borit*. member! of the House of Commons voted a new code to enforce arliamcnury discipline In .the Labor ranks. It also obtained by a unanimous vote a ruling that.At- tlee shall continue to preÂ»lde over meetings of (he Parliamentary Labor puny.