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IHT KHUt INTtttM N TKI Wtn CdNCIRN Ot THIS KSWSPAPER ' Associated Cms Uascd Wira AP, King and NEA Features ." Fayetteville ind victaJty jin" *rÂ«lly fair tonight ind rantlnu*: ' mild Tomorrow pjftly* cloudy Â«n*l warmer. High feniperirtflr*;- yetterday 88; Jow 4Jj Jl Â»jfl. (04 day 59. Sunrise 9:10; ninset t:ZT. VOLUME 90, NUMBER 211 FAVfTTIVIUI. ARKANSAS, SATURDAY EVININO, MARCH 29, 1952 pttci nvt CINTS Crew and Passengers Safe In Airliner Mishap ;. .A Uraniff Airlines four-engine plana is shown burning after an emergency landing was made in B wheat field near Hugotori, Kan, The plane caupht. f!re in the air, and the right inboard engine fell off. Pilot Jack'Stanford of Dallas landed 'the big ship safely./Jhe four crew members.are shown smiling after their experience. .Left to right/ Stewardess Betty. 'Miu'^hy, 1 Co-pilot John Beaklcy, Stewardess Dorothy ?urry, and Pilot Stanford.'" 1 ^yfo . ' '',Â·'. Â·*.'.'$$Â£'- :?AiÂ£^.,., :t ; ' ; Â· . - I - ' . Â· - ' Â· Â· Â· ' : Missouri Educator Cautions Changes Can Be "Dangerous" ^^ Â· . - - %^ Little Hock-(ff")-V Missouri cd-Â»~ ucaior declared last night that the Â· proposed "bold ^xneriment 1 ' in Arkansas teacher training could be i "dangerous experiment." John L. Bracken, superintendent of schools at Clayton, Mo., addressed the final session oÂ£ the twq-rday- Arkansas Education Association convention. ''No matter how much .money fs involved," Bracken sa'd, "You 1 can't improve by turning jour back on proven methods and going back to the old ' apprentice method of getting .1 teacher's cer- i tifica'te." " The Ford Foundation plan envisions four-years of general college education for prospective teachers ' w i t h another year of teaching "internship." Earlier .yesterday Dean Henry H. Krbnenbcrg of the University of Arkansas College 'of Education had outlined "probable" suggestions, he said woiild.be i.'.ade .to the Ford Foundation-in a detailed set-up to effect the Â· proposal. Dean Kronenberg is chain lan of a 36-member cbmmitt"p drawing up the plan, which the speaker stressed is still in the formative stage.. No Plan Yet Developed Kronenberg-emphasized I h a t no "Ford plan" has yet been com- ple'ted, ami said he can't see how individuals and organizations can either favor or condemn it. If the committee agrees on a plan, he said, it. will be submitted to the Ford Fund for the Advancement of Teacher Education for approval. The plan a|so will bo yiasscd on to the Advisory Council on Teacher Education, the Arkansas Board: of Education, and then to the people of the state for approval, Kronenberg explained. Kronenberfi said the committee seems agreed that students under the Ford program srjould spend about halt their time during 1 the first four years on general education--with most of, the general education in the first two years. In the f i f t h year, students would receive Instructions on the campus "then move lo ijfirl-time teaching nnd then .'in full-time," Ihe dean declared. Future touchers would probaBty get their- degrees it. the end of the fourth year. The committee Is discussing giving academic credit--up lo 12 1-ours--nrd a small .stipend lo Ilflh-yonr students. They would probably take (heir f i f t h year of CONTINUED ON 1'AOJ! NINE Cosf-Of Living Pay Boost For Those In Armed Services May Be Approved Monday Washinfiton-(/I*)-Scnate leaders were confident today they have signals set for passase Monday of a bill giving all persons in the nation's uniformed services a cost- of-Hving pay boost. This apparently was assured late yesterday w h e n unanimous consent was obtained to limit debate and vote on all amendments and the bill itself Monday. As the measure stands it would arid an extra 471 million dollars tn the pay of an estimated 3,600;000 persons in the seven uniformed services during the next fiscal year, starting July h . In addition to the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines the pay hike al$.o applies to the Public Health Service, Coast and Geodetic Survey and the Coast Guard. Sen. Paul -H. Douglas (D-TH) still hoped to atlach a scries of amendments to reduce .or eliminate special hazard pay or other incentive or bonus allowances. He contended .they -would .save between 150 and 200 million dollars a year by greatly reducing special pay for Army, Navy and Air Force fliers, submariners, parachutists, bomb demolition experts. Douglas also wants to end the Â·3100 a - m o n t h bonus for doctors, dentists and others in the uni- fprmnd PCT^CCP. Sponsors of the bill expcdori to beat down the Douglas amendments. ' Â· ' Missing Jet Bomber Hunted Not Heord From Since Toke-Off Richmoiid-OT-A light jet bomber with a crew of three which took off on a local training f l i g h t at 8:30 o'clock last night was reported missing today by Langley Air Force Base officials. Officials said the planp, a B-45 Tornado of the 84th Bombardment Squadron, ' 47th Bombardment Wing had not been heard from since the take-off and that a search had been started. Highway Inquiry Ended City Service Utilized By Nearby Areas .Garbage And Trash Collection Made Outside Limits Approximately 30 residences outside the city limits of Fayette- villc are receiving city garbage and trash collection service. The property, owners, who requested the service, pay on the same basis i city "residents: . Two areas.arc.involved ir. the service. Co.e lies, west of North Garland .and the other cast of the Old'Wire Road. In both esses the area served is a thickly-populated residential section just .butf'de the corporate limits: Single residences .outside the city-r-even though they are only i few 'feet over the. line---do not ;ecure sanitation . serviced . However, where all home owners in a block, or in two or more blocks, agree " to pay the sanitation charges, service can be extended. General!.' speaking, areas which can expect to receive garbage and trash service--in return f. : the regular fee--are those just n u t sine the city limits. In' several cases homes on .one side of a street lie inside the city while those across the street are outside. "There isn't much use collecting garbage and keeping the neighborhood clean on on*-side-of a street while the people on the other side have no way to dispose of waste," Harold Zick, city auditor, explained. --Â· Â· -Report Is Filed In Dairy Case The Arkansas State Board Health filed a': report v yei addreÂ»S jlfeiGSifcÂ»!*U.r " F.-BUtt or. the facilities and prodr Jets of'Glenn's Dairy here,'as instructed by Judge Butt last nonth. But Judge Butt, who was lospitalized Thursday for an operation, has not received t h e . r e - lort and ils contents have not been made available-'for publication. Judge Butt, in his derision modifying a restraining order presenting the hoard from removing Glenn's Grade A rating ordered* he health authorities to make inspections, tests, and report: to de- .ermine whether Glenn's plant, 'acilities and producb are wilh- n the requirements of a Grade A rating. The rating had been removed ' Dr. R. E. Smallwood, district medical officer' and Glenn went o court to retain the rating. Last month Judge Butt held Dr. Small- vood's action was "unreasonable," hut retained jurisdiction in the pending the outcome .of the Health Department's spection. 30-day in- Hillemann Is Placed On list Of Tornado Towns Searcy, Ark.-f/Pi-Anolhcr tov.'n has been added to the list of communities shat'.cred'by last Friday's tornadoes. ITIllcmann, a Woodruff County farming community of some 2,ifl persons, apparently was hit by the samo;twlstcr which darted i n . a n d around the Cotton r i a n t area. Two persons reportedly were Wiled flt Hillemann and .10 injured, Dead were Mr. and Mrs. ames Harris. The Hod Cross had not been informed of the dcfitruc- llon nl the town and did not' carry the unities on 111 casually li.M. Big Guns Said Moved To Communist-Held Hainan I Hong Kong-W)-Dispatches from ! ned-held Hainan Island off the i South China coast today said 150 ! shore guns and 200 artillerymen I were taken there from the main- I land last week by 300 fisihng I junks commandeered for the job. .One dispatch said the artillerymen were Japanese in the service of the Chinese Communists. The Chinese Reds reportedly have built a navy base on Hainan. Russian submarines arc rumored to be using it. Display Of Antiques To Aid Red Cross Fund The annual Red Cross drive 'n Bcnton County will he the beneficiary of any amount which may be realized tomorrow from the opening of n n ' antique collection lo the general public. Mayor Alvin Senmster of Benlonville announced today that he will put on display 1,200 to 1,500 antiques of all descriptions in the VFW Hall over the Horseshoe Cafe. The public is Invited tn attend ,.xnd leavr- whatever dnnallon In desired. The money will bÂ» turned over lo Ih: Red Cross, Germany To Sign Up In Peace Contract Bonn, Germany-Wi-Wosl Germany was told last night a peace contract will be signed with the western Big Three within two months to wipe out nearly all occupation controls, allow defense rcarmemenl and align this nation with the Western democracies. Chancellor Konrad Adenauer announced that U. S. Secretary of State Achcson, British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman will come to the West German capital lo s i g n ' t h e contract in the laUer half o f ' M a y . Aden.-.uer spoke af a meeting of hi? Christian Democratic party at Moving Homes From One (ily To Another Under Study PrOSCCUtorSayS No Additional Probe Needed Washlngton-(/P)-T h e government, is trying to soly* the defense housing shortage with homes which can be dismantled and whisked from city to city as needs change. The Housing and Home Finance Agency today announced the selection of seven types of mobiel dwellings for a "trial run" program. They were selected from .36 designs submitted. The homes being studied are two and three bedroom units, the agency said, "designed for long- term use, utilizing a m i n i m u m of critical m a t e r i a l s ' a n d adapted to speedy erection with limited manpower, " The houses submitted were re- tiuired tn be easily movable from one location to another "without substantial use of additional materials and with a limited amounl of additional manpower." "In"!al 'production nnd i n s t a l l a - tion costs was required to lie no more than that of conventional flxcd-to-sltc housing of comparable quality," the agency said, Administrator Raymond M. Foley said his agency hoped to learn the latest and.best ideas and systems (or movable housing to serve defense areas where the need Is Â· temporary. Some test houses "/III be purchased by the I'uMIe Housing Administration and installed in critical defense 1 housing areas. Two Unhurt In Car Accident On Highway 71 Auto Turns Over Four Times And Leaves Road Two young men escaped Injury early this morning when their automobile went, out of control, skidded approximately SOO feet and turned over four times on Highway 71 near the 71 Drive-In Theater. Sidney .lay, 24, of Arkoma, Okla., driver of the car, was charged with speeding and operating a motor- vehicle without a driver's license. His passenger was Clyde Kendrlck. 17, of Fort Smith. Trooper Bill.Slrueblng and Deputy Sheriff Leonard Jones said Jay /was driving north when oho wheel left, the pavement, throwing the car out of control. The car traveled 265 feet on the shoulder, swerved back onto the pavement and turned over three times. The machine turned over a fourth time after sliding off the highway again. . ' / It was the 'third such acclrictn in three days. In each case occupants of the car escaped injui'y although '.he car. v!as badly dim- aged. In the other accidents 'one driver was charged, with drunken ' rBwIflfljAj President Of Texai U. Austin, TexssÂ»f/P)-Dr. Thsophi- lus S. Painter resigned- today .as president. of the University of Texas, saying he was eager to return to his zoology laboratory. "I consider my mission has been accomplished," he said. He has been president since the stormy following the re- as Rescued From "Tomb' Louis Scott, who was buried up to.his neck'for 40-.mlnu.tai In 50 tons of s.and and nra\'C]. if hoisufd. by.a gravel shovel,, while'tletf.to n slretsh^Â»r$'HiJ#jijWBo|^ it snovel"Â»s ! a'cir|c'.loadcri thc'b'tnke'r'..Jh'e whd.Â«nd-'irave[ mixture clnsca over his .body.'.'. -.: Â· ; . - Â· ' :" ' Â· '.'.''"Â·Â·', : ' : -:'ih'-?^~S:^?i~ Recent President At U.A. Says Progress Of State And University Are Tied Together T h e Â· University h a s m a n y achievements . on -its record for Ihe past four and one-half years, Tiovnl of Di, Homer P. Rainey president in J044. many promises. Dr. Lewis. Wcb- Â·I have always said that T stcr ,, oncs aBÂ£Crted in h j s f i n a l would go out of administrative work as soon' as I could," he said. Now I wont to catch up with scientific Â·Â·ievelopments that have come during the past seven and one-half years." Dr. Painter's letter of resigna- in the hands n f / Chan! Hart, who''wa;to "Â»Â» " tion ccllor , present it to the Board of Regents today. Dr. Painter said his resignation would be effective at the 4 cnd of this fiscal year, August 31: Army Firepower Boosted By Hall, General Says nnd the future is filled .with a n n u a l report as president of the institution, U v/as disclosed today. Dr. Jones began work on the report shortly, before he left the University late last fall, but it uas hnt completed u n t i l after he had assumed his duties as presi- Washington-(/Pi-Gon, Lawton Collins says the'Army has increased its firepower by 50 percent over World War II and is making "superior weapons to those of the Soviets." The Army chief of staff told ingress the Korean campaign proved this superiority. He said Lhe American arsenal of weapons now would be "tremendously effective" against a mass Russian attack in Europe. In the future, he said, "atomic artillery and fcuidcd missiles with and without atomic warheads will arc-oily enha.nce the power" of azuli. The outstanding accomplishment of the University during his administration, Dr. Joi.es said, was the provision of educational opportunities for an unprecedented number of young people who thronged the campus during Ihe years following "ic end of World Wi.r II. Although president of Ihe University for only atio-Jt four and one-half years, President Jones presented diplomas 'during (hat period of time lo 6,315 graduates of the .University -- the greatest number of diplomas ever, . . ,presented bj any other president sdvc:l the bunding. FireNearTown Cause Damage Truck Colled to Douse Flames The second rural -firestorm answered by firemen under a new city ordinance was turned in yesterday afternoon. . . . Â· . . . . An engine company from Central Station worked two and a half hours on the Heflfn Farm near Mineral Springs after a hay bailer operated by Lavcrne Hcflin caught fire and touched off a brush fire. ""hi: bailer was badly damaged by the flames and a barn on the farm,-was.destroyed together with 2,500 fence posts. Four hundred broilers In a brooder house on an adjoining farm were killed when the huiMin/J caught fire. Neighbors the University during. th long period of its history. Accomplishments Cited Other outstanding dcrorr.plish- four and one-halt f which did not come from the : ' ternity house, was apparently turned In deliberately. year period were cited by Dr. .lores as.: . ! A crowing loyalty of the people! of Arkansas toward their University. . An increasing understanding of At I o'clock this morning .three companies .responded- to a false nlarm at the Kappa Sigma fraternity house 'on Wc,si Dlckson Street. Firemen siild the alarm State Budget Consideration Delayed Until After Primary Ticket Closes Little Rock-MVThe Arkansas Legislative Council will begin consideration of the 11)51-5.1 stale budget after April 30--the deadline for candidates .to flic for Democratic nomination for office. Â· Rep. U II. Autr.y of Mississippi county, council chairman, said yesterday that although It Is the council's responsibility to make the budget, "the group will not go Into It mill! the ticket, closes." Autry made no explanation ot the connection--If any--between the stale budget and the DcmocrMIc ticket. The council considered and up- proved resolution* ycntcrdny (o provide for: 1. A study designed tn help rs- centralized purchasing Fami Product Prices Another Decline and other officials of the stale! i An expansion of the University j ' Washington-MVPricra for farm curricula, both on the unriercrad- products have dropped for the third straight month--about 3.5 per cent (or the 90-day period. The Agriculture Department reported a decline of about one- third of one pci cent between mid-February and mid-March. That brought prices about eight uate level and In tho graduate and professional fields. Development of a Graduate Center In Little nock. Development . of t h e University's research program. tabiish system. Ulty, both for student housing and 2. A request for budget In- ' (CI X a TMdcmic purposes, iformatlon from slate-supported colleges. 3. A survey of title registration laws. 4. A Council research stuff report on plans by other jtatcj for A substantial Increase In the I per cent below those oJ a year retirement of the judiciary. fi. A study of Arkansas legislature rules and procedure*, including a report nn advlilblllty of tx- tending the nesjlon' past 00 dÂ»yÂ». Â· (I. An effort to , establish an HOTC unit Hi ArkÂ»nÂ«Â»Â« A. unrt M. Co11eÂ«e Inr NfÂ«rnM M Plnr niuff. building facilities of the Unlvcr- ago. The biggest drops last month . , were In dairy products and meat Greatly Increased library facil- animals. Slight gains were rcporl- ltleÂ« and specialized cqulnmenl! *Jnr truck crops, fruits and food (or use In the physical and bio grains. Tomorrow Procloimed logical sciences. Crlllral Period Despite all these advancement,. which- have culminated a long! A. Dnrrnrc' period of cnnntructlvi! growth, t h i s 1 "' ""Viuu Is n critical period for the Ins'.i- tutinn, Dr. .lonps'warned. IJe said: "The University Is lust now reaching maturity and the next live to 10 yours will determine whflhcr li :.* lo achieve real grcal- n^M urmw thf universities of Ihc CONTINUE ON FAOB NINE Sunday, March 30. has been proclaimed Doctor's Day.-and Gov. crnor MoMath has callwi upon "Â»ll Ihe citizens of Arkansas to remember their physicians on that day, and in Â»omo way express ihtlr appreciation to the (uwrdiani of the nation's health." Judge Dismisses Grond Jury After . " Members Disagree Â·;/ Llllle Rock-WyPosjlbiJ!ty o! criminal charges as a result of tils-' closures at rrccnt public hearing:" of- the Highwjy Audit Comrnls-Â· sion appeared remote today; PrtiEe- ' hitor Tom Downic said, action of a now-discharged Fulaskf County : Grand Jury In returning-'eight riti true bills Involving (ix persons "removes the -necessity of a'ddi- tlonal invcstisatlon." . :Â·.: . The .jury, which hÂ»d iÂ«n in session since Wednesday. 1 for. th* : . sole .purposo of. following up work of the Audit Commission, waj tMs- . missed by Circuit Jurist Guy Fulk Â· after the foreman and three other members. asked that they be ex-' cuscd, - ; ; Â· L . The four 'apparently, disagreed *lth the jury majority-in Its de- ciFiQri. . . RcqueMs. to. he .relieved -were made by- Foreman .8. -J. Beau: champ, Chris Flnkbeiherj Harold Young and Paul--Atkinson,. ' ..' .Those 1 : tlamert in .-.the. np .true, bills--In'.' effect .diimlssals--wet?. Arkansas Highway CommlMioriert Charles. Adams of .Hughes, .and A.D. Ma ion i o f . Camden: Â·former. Highway Department Purchajini Agent John K. Brown:' Maxwell Lyons, he^d of a Llttle.Kock roÂ«J machinery" conc'ern: M, CyMeth-'. vln,. former- Highway -Dipartment engineer,, and 'Gordon- McNulty, Pine'Bluff contractor. Â·'." .. :A!) six men testified it the HAC hcarlnjs...'.: . . - . . '- , , . ' - . Â·Judge'''/' Fulk ..'.'Â· Indicated hÂ« wouldn't have;. a new.; Jury *my paneled inuniidfiUly?:.'..' -, .'" , The proÂ«ecutlnn iitbrney may (lie .' .Informatiorw-rrwbich .. hÂ«vÂ».' some e((ect:Â«.OrÂ»n4:Jura' tndicu. except Â·Â· on-Â· ipeeUlc-' orderi of .the judge.. . ; . ~ ""Â·?". ' ' - . ' Â· "'-. Â·'Â· - . Downle said: :-.';Â·' ;.'Â·' -: ' . ' Â· ' Â· . ' "What- were considertd ,th* jilor* apparent of -the alleged ;cjrÂ«ri!nÂ»l tran'saciiqri'*-" dls'clojed'.%byv- -the:, Highway'Audit:;, Comi fully..;Â«riS/ cnnipjete;. __ before the Grano;'Jury... "Their (the Grind*;Jury's) Vc- llon removes -tht-.necessity of ;Â»d- ; '". dltlonal-investiffition.", -:.,;' - Â· Subpoena Expires"; Â·:. . . . A Â«ilbK*na hti bÂ«n llsMd for . delivery Â«f Gavtrnor, McMalh'f nwiin l*i* accounta int thli irwna ei*lre4 with 41ehUf * - Â«f thr. Grand Jirr. ' 'Â·':. A Adams, one of. Ibe two hljhway commlÂ»$ionÂ«rÂ» Â·.; riamed' In the lid \ true: bills; was 'rttentlfied. it'the: ; H AC hearingÂ»'.Â«j hav'inl received Â· $2,981 which Â» group of Monroe.' County -ruidenii had collected .fci : road Improvement, but which :al- ; Icgedly wound up in a'McMath :Â· campaign fund ' : . .- . Â· Adams testified he thought the money, now '.involved ln ; .civil hull, was a n . actual contribution ' alcnst with iorne~olherÂ» hevgpt at thÂ» same time, and he offered to : return it. . "':Â·' . Lyons tesll'x-ii that Mason, thÂ» iithcr commijsicner,' solicited hini''-' for a campaign contribution while, h" was a bidder oh! sale of some* cqubmcnt; He said he .made the contribution. Mason testified' he received the contribution but de-pled he solicited it. ' Brown, the former purchasing . agent, was one of the most:fre- ouent witnesses hefore HAC.-Hsi. testified repeatedly he was unable Â· to recall details of a. number of transactions about which he was Â·jt'estioned. ' Â· Along with other testimony,McNulty said he paid Methvin \ "standby" rental on a piece of ; equipment he never saw while! : Me'hvin' was a highway engineer. ', Methvin said he acted as ajeni for : an owner and received a commls- i' sion only. . j Tht WeQthtr-- Arkansas -- Partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and tomorrpw; a little warmer this afternoon and tonight.