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.«·nnuc · THI FIRST CONCMN OP THIS NIWSMPM Aitociated Prwi Uatid Wir« VOLUME 9Q, NUMBEt 211 AP, King and NEA Features Friends PredictWins For Kefauver And Taft fAYETTtVIHE. ARKANSAS, THURSDAY EVENING^ Af*!l », 1»S1 FMKAST Fayetteville grid vicinity' nioit- - 1» cloudy with r«in, and thund«r- _ storms .and coo! tonight. To'iiS» r row partly cloudy and cbntlntjiil cool, RainfaJI ..08. Hl|h tcmpMf- ture yesterday «3; lo« 4J; ,a66n today 47. Sunrise rt:03; tunstt g;OJ. Opponents Make Counter-Claims . After Primaries Two Senators Soy Eisenhower And Russell Hove Edge . Washington-(/P)-Elateri triends , of Senator Taft and Senalor Ke- lauver talked of them today as victory-bound candidates in the . presidential nomination races, hut opposition camps sounded counterclaims. , Backers of Tafl of Ohio for lop place-on the Republican ticket and supporters of Kefauver of Tennessee for the Democratic nomination . based their optimism on the outcome of Tuesday's primaries in Nebraska and Wisconsin. "Tafl's success in bolh contests represents a definite upsurge of strength and puts him, : believe, on the way 1o victory," ; id Senator Schoeppel (R-Kan). Senator Morse (R-Ore) said Nebraska and Wisconsin amounted to "gains for Taft," but that he has "no doubt" the GOF nomination will go to Gen. Dwighl D. * Eisenhower. Representative Priest (D-Tcnn) called Kefauver's victories in the two primaries "proof that the rank · and file of the Democrats are going to insist that he be nominated." Senator Maybank (D-SC) con, tended that Senator Russell of Georgia "has the edge at this point" for the nod on the Democratic ticket. Maybank said Rus- f sell "has "the solid South sewed up and he is going to have enough Northern delegates to make it B race." Russell said President Truman's decision not lo seek reelection · means he has as good a chance as any other candidate for the. top nomination. Russell told radio- television interviewers last night " he would accept the vice presidential nomination only under "very unusual circumstances.'' Win In Wisconsin In Ihe Wisconsin primary. Tafl won 24 of the 30 Republican delegates. Kefauver was a Wisconsin shoo-in, polling about 85 ncr cent - o f the popular vote on the Democratic ticket and winning all 28 convention delegaf.es. ' In Nebraska, Kefauver ran more , lhan'15,000 votes ahead of Senator Kerr of Oklahoma. Senator Lodge (R-iVass) said the results in Nebraska and Wisconsin were "not setbacks for Eisenhower at all." Lodge, national campaign manager of the Kisen- · hower-for-Prcsident group, called it noteworthy that Taft "only polled two-fifths of the entire vote" in Wisconsin with the support of ' the state GOP organization. Lodge flew to Paris last, night t-. talk politics with cj'senhowcr. Strength In Tennessee In Tennessee Senator Taft of Ohio can count on 1!) of the state's 20 delegates to the Republican National Convention. The Ten- · liessee GOP Convention yesterday named four more Taft delegates, bringing the total for the Ohio senator in this stale to 19. T h e 1 20th delegate will be named when the Eighth congressional district convention in held May 2. Returns Checked By Taft MNCI Shortage Of Elementary School Teachers Cited In Education Association Report Washington -W) 11 ihe. nntlon [nils to get more/and hotter elementary school /'teachers soon -through better sabrles-- "wo arc , going to pay art avfiil price," a 1 top cd'icalor dechir-d today Dr. Willarcl E. Givenu, 'executive secretary of ;he National i Education Association, n'.ndc theJ comment, to reporter:, ir. discussing an NEA report. It sd'o there is an immediate ('eiuann for at j least 160,000 elementary t""chcro. i but only 12.443 persons \v.np pla;, j to become clemertary : -ichers [ will be granuatert thi; yv-t. I On the n-.her h;.nd, the study! ,airt R2.692 persors gr.i-.uatin.pi are expected to he . vallaa!:- to fit 1 an estimated need for SO,0"P high schuol ' teachers. Not only are higher «.ilaries needed, the rcpor' -aid, h-it .here should be a single salary -chcd- ule for eLmenllr.v arrl high school te.-.chers with t h - ,;amc qualifications. On!, nhoui -.ei-t-.ii states have such .1 prograr- NKA officials said. T. M. Stlnnetl, i: -oculiv, sci.-rn .' lary of the cnm., issio-i which prepared the NEA re;o.,. said this year .lO.Cffo teachers ..re gn'- ting .snli.rics under 51,50, ,1 ycai :;nd another £00,00.1 an. r--;.?iv : »' between .111,500 an.i $2.4(,'i. cntn McGrath Curtly Fires McGrath On The Spot Administration May Seize Steel Plants Sen. Robert A. Tafl of Ohio scans the news ticker in trie Senate Press Gallery in Washington for early returns from the Wisconsin and Nebraska primaries. A headline in the background reads, "Taft on Spot in Wisconsin Primary." Don't Overdo Defense, Cautions Queen Juliana In Congress Talk Washington-f/P)-Queen Juliana* nf The Netherlands today urged Congress not to imitate Iron Curtain countries which place so much emphasis on defense that economic, social and cultural well-being suffer. She also said, in a speech prepared for delivery' before a joint session of Congress less than 24 hours after her arrival yesterday: L Ii h ?u U 1 itn !! State5 c ' n , co "" 1 [.on Joaay 21. a new sign painted on upon Netherlands support in the K wal | near the Arc de Triomphe present divided world »u. S. S. R. Go Home" ' 2. Her country, with the help! .__ of America, is able to "stand once ' more on our own feet" economically. She expressed thanks for the aid given. " i 3.. She said European unity is 11. DI...J ft. ft!,.I... growing and that "political inte-!» rlflCCO VII UlSplaY gration" may come "perhaps j ~-- * v Slogan Change Surprises Reds Paris-WP)-Parislans are used to -seeing the Communist slogan "U. S; Go Home" painted on walls .all °ver 'he city. But'thfy goBMed'a l. bit toda - v Et a "e* sign palmed on K Great Bible Of Maim Wasbington-m'i-The T r u m a n* administration held over the .steel | idustry todav a threat of 'gov- I iwprl PrstK/ ernmcnt seizure unless a strike '»t.vJ i i c i l y set for Tuesday is averted. I The effect of the seizure threat --whether or no', it is carried nut --was to increase pressure on industry tn grant government-suggested wage boosts to Philip Mur-ay's CIO United Steel workers. About 700.000 of the union's , one million members are ready for a walkout in the basic steel industry at midnight April 8. The other workers, mainly in steel fabricating plants, are ineligible to strike at the moment. Steelmakers have said they cannot afford lo give Murrav the 171^-cent hourly pay boost, plus union shop and other benefits, without getting government permission tn raise prices. The government apparently was standing firm against increase in prices, contending it would cause more inflation. ~, D«b*U -In Wmhington 'High On Pay He Received Washington-i/Pi-DanicI A. Bolich, former Internal Revenue Bureau official, had a date with House tax investigators today to explain how he could buy $.10 shirts in half-doien batches on an average salary of JIO.OOO a year. Bolich's appearance before n House Ways and Means Subcommittee comes, as a climax tn monlhs of undercover investigation of his activities--first as chief of Ihe Revenue Bureau's intelligence unit in New York City, and later as assistant commissioner of internal revenue in Washington. The subcommittee heard testimony yesterday indicating that Morris As Investigator Declines To Say If Truman Has Approved Action Attorney dcncral ,1. Howard .McGra'tn~""lcft, and ,,,,-,,. n.c (R-NY) leave a House Judiciary Subcommittee . , hearing " ' -- v.._ ,,uiiivoii.y o u uLun i m i u re ncann which was marked = hy Keating (iring questions nt McGrath concern ing Ncwbold Morris, the government's cleanup man. ' MrGrath sali President, Cabinet Member Exchange Words At Airport washinBtan-(/P)-AUorney Gem era! J, Howard McGrath today fired Kewhold Morris as the administration's corruption sleuth. The attorney gcncrc' made public a curt letter to the Ne^ York Republican notifying him of the Immediate termination of his services. j McGralh pcrsonallv handed copies of the letter lo reporters at the Jiistice Department, hut declined 18 lo answer any questions an tp · * -- n--.- ...··. n i,t.-t!iupf IIIHII, ivjrvjrain saio he wouldn't appoint Morrises a special assistant If he had It to do over njrain. «.. . ,, , , , MI-HI., .yv.Mt,-ni«.y inaicaung mat The seizure threat brought a from Ifl4« through 1950 Bollsh heated reaction from Congress. Senator Taft iR-Ohio) said it would be "very high-handed and arbitrary" and. to his mind, illegal. Senator George 'D-Gai and Senator Maybank (D-SC) also doubted legal authority for taking over the industry. Even government lawyers, Instructed by John R. Steelman, acting defense mobilization boss, lo ' c o n s i d e r all eventualities." eventually." ' j Wa.shington-W-The -great ni- 4. The world is split into two | hie of Mainz will go on display at M C J!±r ±"ThT y "" d .i lhe Library of Congress tomor- -: none too sure .of the legal aasis for seizure.- - . ' '.' Chairman Murray (D-Mont' or- JL defed the Senate Labor Committee staff to draft legisation spelling 1 out seizure powers in more detail. I Including authority for the gov- 1 ernment to -keep part of a seized ··i j industry's profits .and to pay out pole will "have to yield" in time. asis of the Queen's aaaress, u-nich she delivered in English, was on technical assistance. She said her country was helping to the best of its ability he day it was begun. Library authorities ,, .... Mainz Bible was prepared in 14.12 I at about, the same time Gutenberg was printing his Bible, the first thf 1 i lived nn a $11.1.217 scale while his earnings totaled KM,000. Many Out Of Midwest Homes Floods Menace Parts Of U. S. Chlcago-(/P)-Hundrcds of persons In river communities In six .. .. ,..,, ,, .... ,,,,, ,,,,, Midwest and Western states were wage boosis. Steel firms reportedly | made homeless today by spring instructed their lawyers to be i floods. The most seriou* flood was ready to^fight any government | in Havre. Mont., where the Milk " " """' J ' River spilled over its banks and forced some 1,200 persons in the of S.OOO population to leave Western Union Strike Under Way; No Service At Local Office Chokes To Death On Meal Bought With Last $10 i whether President Truman had "" ! approved the action. | The firing followed « series of i Mcorath-Truman talkn yesterday --Including an apparently heated argument at National Airport here ] while the two were' waiting 'to greet. Queen Juliana of The Netherlands. There has been Speculation that McGrath himself mlxht be Itt out in the row over » financial questionnaire Morris posed tor- government officials. McGrath on February 1 appoint-" ed the S0-ye»r-old Morris, former president of the New York City Council, In ferret out corruption In the government. Last Monday, however/ McGrath told House investigating committee he move in t.h|t direction. Kaiitr Report* Agreamtnt Heni^y J. Kaiser announced last ight that he had reached an [reement with the .steel workers tased on the govcr ent's wage --r-.j.f, ... .,,.. ut.i t ,,, ,..-. nuiMLy book printed from movable-hietal t n an fl 000 worker t K ' by exporting skills and experts to type. The Mainz Bible is In script, I Fontan'a plant in Southern C a V less developed countries. | and is believed to be the only Bi- i fornia. This was the union's big. .It is my earnest hope that one hip .na,.,,TM,-:,,* **,,,*, 1 .-_ * * _ : i--* **i * _ ,_- ,_. . ,V V *= memorable day the enormous in- their homes. Martial law was de- installations are located the,... clared in the northern part of the \ In the other cr-nicr. Mew York, city to protect homes and business the operating force is rperesenled houses^ from looting. Damagr al- by another union-thr- American · n estimated at more | Communications Association, In- New Vork-MVWcstern U n i o n »- Telegraph Conipsny operators walked off their jobs loda.v and slowed ihe nation's telegraph busi- ntss to a trickle.. The company placed an embargo on new business in most nf the , , T T III I 1_LJ3I .D'l LJ -- - · -- · · ... ' ^.... n »L», K L.rllllMllltc IJR .nation's large renters, except for -JJ f l w j did nut-linbw whether he vcould' messages to foreign countries. At j · Spokane, Wash.-l/p|-A man who i "" "lit a questionnaire received. » number of- offices kept open by U5cd his last $10 -to buy ·»· steak | trom Morris, nnd. had. no' orderfwl M'pcrvisor.v · pnrsonnfil. the corn- Ji^----- -i--i-'_-i'.'.. « - ^. ' · i »«v nn^ ··· t« ui_' j__i^i_»iii pany expected in restore ; llmitcd fip,rv!ce.,..)ater. (n the day. . Federal mediators manpfiptl to arrange a delay until Monday of a scheduled' strike ', t telephone .worker* in three states. Both disputes involved union demands for higher pay and new rnnlrncts hut there is no connection bet ween Workers werr reportrd rrmairi- ing on their jobs in only two of Western Union's larae renters. The AFL 'Commercial Tckfira- phers Union postponed Its strike at San Antonio, Texfis for *21 hours. Large Army and Air Force dinner choked to death on « pie« I " n v on " el! ' e in hij department of the me»t,. UndwdherlK Cur! '" *~ "~ Fxwcet.t reported'.lust 'nlrtt. He identified the msn.n* Milton M. Tuck, 45. A waitress In the reittnu* rant said Tuck ordered strflkx for himself and a friend, -ommentin« that he wa* uninf hi Imtt $10 bill. Officers who answered « r«ll for help from the. rMtaurniit were unable lo revive him. i Guards Of Robbed Truck ! to do iso. '··W »1w .»!« that-.-If "he »h»a jh* appointment ; to · m«ke »gtin;''hV would, not chooM Worrit.- Sp;Morris, who flkcd McGrath tod nearly ton altar top Justice (* partment officials lo flllo^t d*i" tailed questionnaires shout Ihtl'r personal finances, ha* been stand- nothing. Airport . ' crease of production now demanded by rearmament will be , . and is believed tp be the only Bi- i fornia. This was the union's big- ble manuscript produced in Mainr. igest settlement so far, but Kaisei that has been completely preserv- · is a relatively small producer. ed. Written in Latin, It contains all the Canonical books of the Bi- converted to meet the needs of , , .. these enormous development proj-1 b l e according to St. Jerome. ectp. , "The circle of countries.around the North Atlantic Ocean sJiould avoid imitating t.he example set i by the countries behind the IronjUrfllAff It tfflirk I Curtain, which have focused their "IVJBW 1} JIIUV.H j minds so much on their defense, ' t h a t they, forget to focus as much | Plne Bl| iff. Ark.-W)-The latest Pine Blulf Government Kaiser said he had given in lo keep, steel production going "during the crucial defense period" and was relying on the government to "grant the necessary and equitable steel price adjustment" later. Steel workers at the Fontana flooded in Pierre. Missouri River climbed a half foot above flood stage. Small sections of nearby Fort Pierre also were flooded by the Missouri and its tributary. Bail River. The Missouri was overflowing in parts of North Dakota, incluri- : ing portions of the Buford-Trrnton ', CTU President, said i dependent. The. CTU set up picket R | lines at the company's main nf- the flee In New Ynr'c in the hope of discouraging employes .fiom reporting tn work. News service communication setups were not affected by t h e strike. In Washington. Adolph finings. Danvers. Mass.-(/P)-The guards of the armored truck which ihcard. was robbed of (681,000 last week are under indefinite suspension from the company. That move was disclosed Inst mm . night by George Patton, Jr., gen- A -»J;- ---il manager of the U. S. True' Change at the airport, and the prej- jldent:,wafc:unsml!lng. They stood some distance away from other waiting, dignitaries and newsmen 1 , three land .-their- words were not ovir- Truman's press nocretary ,lo»pb Short, joined In the·'. discusjion, punctuatinit hi.i words by sl»»- min(! hi« fist acainst his :p»lm. ' t five minutes the pr5 i heel er, there h no was U.5. Help To Pakistan May Total 10 Millions ' K a r a c h i , Pakistnn-(/Pi-Com- merce Minister Fazlur Rahman told Parliament today United States economic assistance to Pakistan in 1952 likely will amount to 10 million dollars. He ssiri 81 Pakistanis are receiving modern technical training in the U. S. in jute industry, metallurgy, teaching, health and agriculture under the Point Four program. Twelve American experts, he said, are working in Pakistan on drainage and sewage schemes, locust control, statistics and bonking. attention on their ocomonic, social and cultural well-being . . . [ "If they do neglect these as- j pects, some day they might find i themselves isolated around their i ocean before, for instance, tech. nical assistance could get. under' way properly, and link them with the world at large." The speech .was part of a fast! paced program that includes shak- I ing thousands of hands at three i receptions and donning a diamond , . . t i a r a tonight for a formal dinner | Millwrights. 1 . - ····· -..··-· «.(i H"' "wi^ M me rui(Mo-1i enion , - - - - P iDS^ , SC ,'- '\ n , aver .age increase irrigation project near Willlston i report that any of Western Union's ^uif !s,j3Ks "^i^^--^^-n;ir ( i,rikr^: nro MM - hccd The loss Was covered by insurance. Police don't have a good ; clue lo the robbery, In which- i three men scooped the mnn-v fl uem b ' .L' i Instead boos anri c n ·· " ·, Th* hon.i win h , n , P ^ damac"? was reported. in a series of strikes today affected the government's multi-million ^^^^^Sl^l^^''^^^^ Mother Saves Children nock district U. S. Engineer, said | and one-half cents an hour and the latest walkout--a two-pronged the workers will get an additional' FrAIM Rlirninn UAIHA affair--directly involved between three and one-half cents in Sun-I"*"" "Milllliy IIUIHC 1.200 and 1,500 members of the; c ' a - v premium pay. I AFL International Brotherhood of · Steel workers now average les: Hodcarriers and Common Labor- ; lnan * 2 f2 hnl "' ers and some SOO members of the i * " AFL Carpenters, Joiners and ! party. Police Action Washington-fAVWar in Korea, the Defense Department figures, will cost this country over five pace. Poultry Morket -- The poultry market lodny as reported by the University of Arkansan Institute of Science «nd Technology and' Ihe J)airy and Poultry Market New.« Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. 1 Northwest Arkansas area: Maret unsettled with prices one-half :enl lower tn one cent higher; undertone generally steady; demand · tonA? volume of trading al--vc normal; prices paid f.n.b. farm at 2 p. m.--broilers and fryers all weights. 21-28 cents, mostly 25 Child Hurt Fatally While Playing Ball Comnnche, Okla.-W)-A group of Comanche high school baseball players were limbering up. throwing the ball around the infield. It Lwas a spring-like day and everyone was sc 1 . for a good game. . A ball thrown at Ifi-year-old [ Gary Eldon Moore struck him in the chest, just above the heart. | No one thought much of it until j Gary slumped to the ground. H c j l died won after, despite efforts I of a doctor and.pulmolor squad to i revive him. ] , ·- . . . Gary was the son of Mr. and id8 .- v . n P pro TM d lhc fused to cross. re- I $20 Reported Stolen Approximately $20 in change was taken last night from Campbell's tavern on Highwav l« east, nurner. men he pick city police reported today. The small stove and hurled thieves entered the building after i window. He suffered Regular operators failed to report al ihe Western Union office in the New Orleans Cotton BT- change. New York r.otlon qiloln- tions received by ticker were being posted by an exchange employe. Phone Situation Ra«r« j Cambridge, Mass. - f/f| - Mrs. I The telephone situation eased Mary Green, 4S, a widowed i early this morning with post- mother. today dropped three of ponement until mondav of pro- her young children from a second posed walkouts by 10,000 CIO floor window into the arms of her i Communications workers Ir Mich- men scooped the ., from the armored car while the i three guards drnnk . coffee i" · I"TM'": drug sloie. nnn's plane ' arrived thihgi hid cooled o/f nnd McGrath was'the dignitary presented to foe by the president. . Jk- of . accompanying thr. however. Mc- H-.vear-nld son. Robert. In save Ohio, nnd Northern Call- lOrath returned immediately to his --. __ Office, "e declined comment, Utst . j . , night McGrath and MM. McGrtth And leiarkana ' wcrc am ° n ' ? tn ° w***»»*h? president's stale dinner in honor of the visiting queen. McGrath had spent 15 minuter with the president at the White House earlier in the day and when .^...^.in .tyuiM;U IIHII ii:ij'bc left he told reporters: "Any- al Tcxarkana and Magnolia to-lining that Is to be safrl about our day. Rain was reported al Fort -discussion will he said by the pre:- Smith and Fayetteville. i|dent or his staff." Thr Weather Bureau snid the: · Report Fall Of Hail . . R o c k-i^'i-Thc U. , Weather Bureau reported hail fe · o« vi. i iKtiii, tyiijii. /iiHi ivnrinorn L.an- i .-. . them from their burning home. An i fornia. Union officials said they ?,,",'" ( °" ilch " a "I''" would con-, 18-ynar-old son, Lawrence, tried | postponed the strike to give fed-I V"" 0 , 1° TM c - crfsli "* »' ~ a '««iChlSm Reed unsuccessfully to smother wilh =.'--. Pmcd ° slors mnrc iimc *',,, Kv ,TM k j April ^ Flood stage »t Camden; ms hclw "- n 1h "i * TH. ";,,,,«, w , f , m S( . aUr , rc) unsuccessfully to smother wilh a , blanket flames coming from an oil ',,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,, ^ r i^j^.^«-f'^is^^h^rrjs^: it out billion dollars during the next i cutting through a screen and fore- three months. That's assuming the I ' n * a window open. With the ex- fighting continues at its current j ccption of the change nothing was taken, police said. burns. . dow and suffered lej and hip in- 1 juries. . serious! ,,,, . . ,, . . . i, S% r ·"· ,." rM ! d , Cnl "' ! the CIO Communications Workers lnllnrtl '- s "'-ms. locallv s e v e r e c . . StfltC . f Mrs. Green leaped from n win- i , . .... .....j ,.../« ----- 1 i -- -- , ,., . lor America, flc'.v to Ocrtoit early Senate Passes Tidelands Oil Bill Favoring The Stales; Arkansans Split Vote; Presidential Veto Is Possible Washinglon-The Senate yester-1 whether the legislation could he,. The Supreme Court has ruled IV annroved he controvpr^ nl na«««»H h». ih*. *n n t,i fni 4 (,,,«-IKI-^- * t _ . . L '. . . IUM.U 'n nuieiica, lie./ 10 ucnon early _ loda.v lo lake charge of .he .ncgo'-j Property OwPCrS Win ;- , i -------- ~ - ···· ^i%-Tnnw.i ,,/um K,-.. in,- supreme eourt has r slnl passed by Ihe required two-thirds I that the federal government a r y w a s e s o n o r . a n . - . - r s a t t e federal g o v Mrs. Charlie Mnnre. Route ,1, Dun- ; 1i( TMands bill giving states, in- . majority over the anticipated veto. I paramount riohn lo Steari nt thP f»H/r*l n/MIm-nmnnf . TU« C x « n t _ _________ -1 ____ . .. _ ! . . ft . stead of the federal government, _ ,, ,,,,. clour title to oil-rich lands In | stales outright ownership to the their coastal areas. ! lands beneath the marginal seas k ' i!l"!' SC Jln S J MM!rt " snmc -;' nr a distance of three miles nut "'""""" u '" """' " from their shores, except In Ihe cases of Texas and Florldn, where the distance Is IflVi miles because | Troys Containing Jewelry Are Stolen -what-slmllar hlil, but"ihe measiirc is still far from becoming law. New York-i/Pj-Polire say they j First, difference.-: between the me distance Is inn miles because have no clue to the theft of $fi7,- .Senate nnd House bills must he of condition^ under which Ihcy 000 In jewelry, taken finm Saks ' ironed mil. Lawmakers do not i were admitted as states Kifih A,,.n,m A · , s | nr( , believe this will he difficult The' The House bill not only gives finally approved bill th«j goes] Iho slate title to (he marginal . . - . o sumergii The Senate measure'gives Ihe coastal areas However if Con ales o u t r i h ow . ' ." ^ on Fifth Avenue department without n trace. Police disclosed Inst night t h a t i ' n President Truman, who vetoed a number of trays h o l d i n g , " similar measure In IRK and may watches, brooches, pins and other | vein Ihe new one, Jewelry were jimmied out of a ' Following the SO-.IS Seiaic roll- i showcase Tuesday a few feel; call vole from one of Iho storo entrances, i p r e s s c d 'eslerdAy, senator; ex- conflicting opinions i ward boundaries. belt, hut provides also thai Ihe stales should receive 37V4 percent of all revenue.' from.oil and gas developments In the Continental Shelf out beyond the slate ·en- gross passes a saying .the states own such areas, ihe court ruling will nnt apply. Representative Waller (D-Pa). author of ihe House hill, said after yesterday's Senal? vote hr would agree to the Senate changes. "I don't Ihlnk- there's much possibility the House Judiciary Committee can get to the Scnale bill before next Tuesday," Walter jald. The two Arkansas senators spill their votes on Ihe measure, Sen. .lohn McClellan voted for Itie hill ·nil Sen. t. W. rwkri*! voted · liations. Michigan is considered J M |g mc ' nfs Qf $7QQ the pattern-setter in the dispute. Another 16,000 telephone workers-- installation and sales department employes of Western Eler trie, part nf the Rsll .\vstem- ,. s e v e r e l-itlle Rock-WI-Chis. i Reed, Thursday afternoon and Thurs- rari:i businessman, planter and day if.Kht; Friday partly cloudy.'stockman, filed today as a eanUr - ' ' d a t e for stale scnalo from th^ Fiflh Dlslricl. The di.-trlct includes Montsom- cry. Yell. Scott and Logan Counties. Bentonvillr - oemonvmr - l.^pccini) - Alter hearing nearly two days of lesti-] Woman Hil By Car A woman identified by city police as Maxinc Page wti: struck mony, a Clrcuil Court jury award - - . 'tern( ,,, , our ,,,,,.,,,,,,. pr opcrlv owners "" ?·'. Maxinc Page wt,: struck have also scheduled n Vnnday i yjnn here Hil niohi Th^ rnnr ilnfl Injured by iin automobile »t walkout which would have nation- ' nnd ° ch^cd he Puss Po, U v I2:1S p ' m " toda ; whilc crossln * wide repercussions. | r^^L^Jll"**. .£TM"2. \ R !°".« lai » s "-«t on the south side An epercussion*. ] rnmm,nv \ (in H m i ,i ! Mmlnlain s "-«t on the south estimated 10000" f W A n P n" J damnglng them by 0 , lhe Squilrc . shp w , s not rnimaicti .HHI.IIII c.WA allegedly dumping refuse (romllie-H ^erinuslv Injured P " - ' " · ' n J ur * n - ' phone workers are In the middle of new contract talks. Contracts are expiring for all these workers between now and August. Nn fltlslneff* Hrrr · The Faycltevlllr Western Union office was not accepting messages today, as the strike of telegraph employes spread. F. N. Kluckey. manager, snld Ihe local group had nol voted lor the strike, but that operations elsewhere were tied up and Western Union ffflclals advised him Ihls morning to erase business. ----·,. ··-·.. ( .... n i. .,.,...1 m-- .....^ Miriously injured. Police their poultry processing j.r.nt Into I said the driver of the car was not p r o n j.r.n n o s a e r v e r o a stream which runs through their j held. property. David M. TWISKS received s.200. Charles A. Abercrombie S100. A. .1. Vanbebbcr $200, and l.ydia Fitzgerald 420n. Morrllton Mayor Rf«l«n Morrilton,. Ark. - i/P) - Morrllton Mayor Sam P. McKlnley has resigned to lake K job with the f t a t e Highway IVpnrlment. Other slate offices were closed. The Magnolia office remained . .» ...nKMIMIn ollllr Inllillllm Picket l|nr. wfrr thrnwn up,open, but was unable lo send nr around thi U«l« RTOS «lflc«,' rceelv* mesM*«*.

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