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fM WIUC INTHm · THI FIRST CONCHN Of THIS NfWSPAMt Jfrrrjrjtoegt grfeansas Associated Press Leased Win AP, King and NEA Features I0CAI FOflKAST--- v raycttcvllle and vicinity partty eloudy and warmer tonight. Tomorrow partly cloudy with' 'scattered showers and cooler. High temperature yesterday 64; low 35; noon today 62. Sunrise £:«; sun- net 6:51. VCHUMI 90, NUMBER 226 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 16, 1952 PRICI RVB cam Workers Back At Jobs, Phone Service Normal Statewide Walkout Ends After Company And Union Talk The telephone situation was normal again today in Fayetteville and over Arkansas. But how long it will remain that way is uncertain. The statewide walkout 'of approximately 2,500 Southwestern Bell Telephone Company workers ended a t ' 6 o'clock this morning. The Associated Press said haclr- to-work orders were issued by the CIO Communication Workers ot America lasf night following a meeting of Southwestern Bell and union representatives. The walkout started Sunday when union operators · and other employes were ordered off their jobs by the union. The union said the action was taken because operators, returning to their jobs last week after walking out briefly, were "locked out and suspended," a charge denied by the company. . Here in Northwest Arkansas, at least, no trace of'lockouts could be found. Management and supervisory employes, who manned the boards each time the on-again- off-again strike h ! ', expressed relief at each re-appearance of the operators. The original walkouts camp when Western Electric Company workers, on strike against WE, appeared to picket the various Bell. exchanges. Although employed by different firms, telephone and WE workers are members of the same union and honor picket lines. At Little Rock, Floyd Ta'1or. representative of the CWA, said last night's settlement had nothing to do with the Western Electric strike. In other words, striking WE workers are still at liberty to establish picket lines at any Arkansas exchange--thus possibly touching off another walkout. In Fayetteville, Manager Shib-' ]ey said today the situation is nor-' mal--at least for the lime hcin?. returned to this morning Helping To Keep The Calls Going Management and supervisory employes o f . Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, who manned switchboards here yesterday and last night during a fresh walkout of union employes, went back to their regular jobs this morning. But not until they had put in n considerable stretch as operators. Here, five men employes try Ihcir hands as "telephone girls." From loft to right arc Manager Clyde Shibley, Dale Martin, Thomas W. Liles, Eugene Snipes, and George H. I.ilcs. (Carl TIMESFOTO). Striking employes their jobs at 6:30 after staying sway from work all dav yesterday. The three-day- walkout was never fully effective in Northwest Arkansas. Fayetteville operators went out Sunday, bul came baek to work Monday. Monday afternoon WE workers showed up to picket the exchange, and by yesterday morning the employes of the phone company were a°ain off the job on Iheir own accord. In Rogers, 96 employes went out yesterday for the first time-with the exception of one hour last week--but they were back- today. The same situation prevailed in general over this area of the state. Dairy Day Clinic Is Held In Siloam Springs Bentonville-(Special)-One hundred and 65 farmers, 4-H Club and FFA members, attended the third annual Benton County Dairy ray Clinic in Siloam Springs yesterday. The 'Clinic, sponsored by the Siloam Springs Chamber of Commerce, was direcled by County Agent Herbert Russell, assisted by Dale Wilson, Pet Milk field man; and Joe Slavens, vocational agricultural teacher. Featured -on the program was an address on how to recognize good, dairy'cows by T. P. Head, extension dairyman at the University. Also on the program were Austin Parish of the Arkansas Artificial Breeders Association and Paiil Haryour, Jinks, Okla., dairyman. Chicken Truck Overturns Bentonville-(Special)-A chicken truck- belonging to McCamey Study Of Fayefievilie's Traffic Problem May Be Made; Plans To Be Discussed Steel Reported Warned It Must Reach Pay Pact Government Said To Have Set This Week As Deadline New York-(^J-The Irdn A g e , metahvorking trade weekly, ssid ----* ----- today the government has warned ? f World War II. At times traffic the'step] industry to reach a wage agreement this week "or else." The publication snid steel companies were left this choice: They could "acquiesce" la a contract' dictated by the govern- men'.-union coalition, or they could have it imposed upon them. The trade weekly said "steel companies will fight 'imposition' to the last ditch--the Supreme Court." The Justice Department, speaking for the Truman administration, set forth today its views of the legality of the seizure in a brief filed with the U. S. District Court. The Just ire Department contended the seizure was fully in accordance with constitutional lav/. Five leading ste°l companies have challenged the seizure, arid asked the court for d permanent injunction that would prohibit the president from taking over the mills. ' Fayelteville's t r a f f i c problem * may come in for the first compre- \ hensive study in the city's history '. this summer. City officials and j members of the Chamber of Com- j mercc Highway and Transporta- j tion Committee will meet within j the next two weeks to discuss t plans for the study. j Traffic congestion on Fayelte- j ville's streets, most of them Inid out in horse anil buggy days, has ; increased sharply since the end | jams appear on the verge of j strangling the business districts. ' t Mayor Powell Rhea said this af- teVnoon that a' study of the situation has been delayed pending completion.of the new Highway 71 by-pass, since rerouting of Highway traffic away from the Square is expucted to bring at least some relief there. Eisenhower Is Victor In New Jersey Primary Takes At Least 31 Of 38 Delegates; Write-ins Recorded Tackett Raps McMath In Talk Before 3,1 Speaks To Crowd At Rally; Opposes Increases In Taxes Murficesboro. Ark.-(/Tj-Gubern a t n r i n l Candidate Boyd Tackett of Nashville sn$ there is no necessity for an increase in state taxes. Representative Tackett, who will 5?ck the Democratic nomination \ for governor of Arkansas in the I summer primaries, yesterday told ' 3,500 of the "homefolk who know | me best" that: "By the elimination of waste and extravagance and the proper utilization of revenues now available, it will not be necessary to raise taxes. "The Arkansas taxpayer already is overburdened and if the cm! phasis is placed where *t belongs '--on efficient administration--the money now coming into the state treasury will do the job." Tackctl spoke to a crowd of supporters from eight Southwest j Arkansas counties a t . a rally on the shores of Narrows' Lake near Murfreesboro. Tackett lashed the administration o f " Gov. Sid McMath. While | McMath has not announced his | candidacy for a third term, he is expected to do so. Hits "Whispering Campaign" Tackett condemned compromises, acceptance of campaign contributions where there is no campaign, and "the requiring of contributions from firms doing business w i t h the state." The congressman jlso rappcri what he said was a "whispering campaign" being conducted against him by "McMath henchmen." He called Governor McMalh's highway building program "paint brush paving," and predicted that roads paved by the administration would not stand up for more t h a n a year. Tnckett also touched ui his opposition to n proposed electrical co-op power plant for T'orthwest Dr. John Tyler Caldwell Of Alabama College New President U. Of A, New President Of The University Newark, N. J.-!/P)-Gen. Dwighl D. Eisenhower posted a 130,000- votc victory over Sen. Robert A. Taft in the New Jersey primary . today, regaining a stretch of the However, the mayor and other, ground hc |osl this m o n ( h jn the race for the Republican presidential nomination. city officials are generally agreed that the movement in highway traffic Will prove only a temporary relief at best where the Square is concerned. And the traffic change ' will bring new Arkansas. Hc said he opposed the p'.ant, which would have been built with a loan from the Rural Electrification .Administration, because 1 he was working "to keep the bu*- reaucrats in Washington from robbing the people of Arkansas of its REA program." The big rally was sponsored by Tackett supporters in Montgomery, Tike and Howard Countiqs. Tackett was born in Montgomery, In winning, Eisenhower ntond to take at least 31 of t h e stale's 33 ! convention delegates. Taft i practiced law in lives in Howard. Tike and now problems on South College Av- ! r °ur, and possibly six delegates, enue where the by-pass opens. j and Harold E. Stassen, one. What form the study will take I With 383 of the 3,850 election is still an open question. However. J district. 1 ; yet to report, the count only a street-by-street study o f . in the prcffntial popularity poll the city complete with recom-' showed: menriatinns for changes in traffic j Eisenhower 319,758. ; { handling is expected to prove of : Taft 103,l.'i7. any real value. ! Stassen 18,783. Thc daily traffic jam on the I The Democratic primary, with Square probably hit an all-time i-133 districts unreported, gave Sen high Saturday, with vehicles . Eslos Kefauvcr of Tennessee, the jammed bumper lo bumper a m l i o n ] y conlcndcr, 11 total of 138194 movmg-whcn they did move- , volcs . Thc 3 , Dcmocralic conv ' cn : Delegations ivcre present from i Little Hiver, Sevier, Polk, Clark won and Mjjicr Counties. Rally Chair- by inches. A cab driver reported taking 50 minutes to answer a call in the business district and set clear of the traffic again. Suspect In Cattle Thefts Is Arrested Bentonville -(Special,- A 21- year-old Springdale man is being held "in the county jail here for questioning in connection with a scries of cattle thefts in Benton, Washington, and Madison counties. The man was arrested at his home near Springdale after Dick. , ,.., _ Lawlis, a farmer living near Si- Smithwick, 64. former Jim Wells tion voles, however, are not necessarily tied to Kefauvcr's standard. Thc incomplete count save Eisenhower about PQ per cent of the total Republican vote. Taft had about 37 per cent. Stassen and a few hundred write-ins for Gen. Douglas MacArlhur, Gov. E a r l j Warren of California, and Gov. l A d l r . i Stevenson, of Illinois--a man N a t h a n Coulter estimated the crowd at 3,500. found him Saturday In Little Rock. STEVENSON NOT PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE Convicted Slayer Of Newsman Hangs Himself Hunlsville, Texas -(/P)- S a m ! Democrat--accounted 1m the rest.; Body Of Teen-Ager Found Near Magnolia Magnolia, Ark.-MPj-Th? body of a 17-year-old Emerson, Ark., youth, last .seen with two men at a drive-in last night, was .'ound beside Highway 132 near here to-! day. State Trooper Jim Rowcll and Columbia County Sheriff Claud Linton said foul play was indicated in the death of Robert Lcc Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Baker of nearby Emerson. Deputy Coroner Richard Henry has ordered an autopsy. A coroner's jury has been called to investigate Baker's death. Springfield, II1.,(/P)-Gov.' Ad-ial* E. Stevenson said today, ''I could not accept" the Democratic nomination for president. Stevenson issued his statement clarifying his political plans shortly before his scheduled takeoff for a flight to Omaha and n conference with President Truman on flood conditions. "I have repeatedly said (hat I was a candidate for governor of Illinois and had nn other ambition," Stevenson said. "I must | now add t h a t in view of my prior ! commitment to run for governor j and my desire nnd the desire of many who have given me their He filed his corrupt practices pledge with Secretary of State C. G. Hall In Little Rock. Senator doer has represented the Second district since January, 1943, when he was first elected. He was elected to a four-year term two years ago, but it was cut short by the recent re-apportionment of the state districts. loam with at his farm, and leading one of his Springs discovered a trailer parked in the road County life se radio man W. H. (Bill) Mason of j f deputv sheriff serving a , j i i j . i A i t · D , II ' I f ntcnce for the shooting of i 41 M l l e S An H o U T | K U S S G l I V I I 16 cows into the trailer M o n d a y [ Alice. Texas, was found dead by : n'Rht. I hanging in his cell here lasl m i d - ! Lawlis told Sheriff John Black night. A prison guard found the ·. the man fled Mil the license number was obtained. The arrest was n.ade by Washington County au- husky man hanging by a towel. j Smithwick had taken a towel, I twisted it, tied it around his neck I thorities after the license number I and then anchored it to 00 For An Invalid Brighton, Favors Meters, Others Don't reelection to his position as mcm- brr nf the state Senate from help" and confidence in "our'un" ] Washington nnd Madison Counties. finished work in Illinois, I rould not accept the nomination for any other o/fiee this summer." Poultry Department Al University Is Sought Little Rock-OTj-The Arkansas Poultry Improvement Association says disease and inadequate research is costing the slate's poultry industry millions of dollars annually, It wants the University of Arkansas it. Thc association's Board nf Di- doer's filing, rectors, meeting hen, yesterday, called upon the Univers'ty to set up a separate poultry dcrirlmcnt within the College of Agriculture, i The directors aim adopted a res- i r |i i ri olmion asking the Male to provide j I v l l If! El ' adequate funds" fnr poultry education and research. Will Assume Duties Here Alter Junel Young Educator Is Chosen By Board In Wide Search A new president (or the Unt- j versity, to succeed Dr. Lewis W. | Jones, has been selected. He is ; Dr. John Tyler Caldwell, presl- i dent of Alabama College tor Woi men at Montevaljo. 1 Henry S. Yocum, chairman of i the University's Board of Trustee!, | today announced the selection and | said Dr. Caldwcl! will assunje hl« i duties on the Fayettevill* campus i as early as possible after June i. , Provost .Ton £. Covlriglon, who ! has served as acting president since Dr. Jones resigned to become president of Rutgers University In New Jersey, will cnntlnus to serve until the new president arrives. Dr. Caldwell. who will be 41 December 19. has been president of Alabama College since 1047. A slate-supported college for women, it was established In 1898 and has an enrollment of 750 siu- dents. One of the former presidents of this college was Dr. T. W. Palmer, father of Mrs. H. 0; Holi of Fayotteville. Dr. Caldwcll's record at Ali-i hama College has attracted nationwide Interest, Yocum Mid in making the announcement. He hal just completed an extensive study of college and .university administrative practices in America, and h«s .yliited scores of institution! in *vtrfj»'»»t«on ot the hiUoo^-the study was made under terms of a gnibt torn.the Came*!* Corpora^ tlon, and the results have not yet been made public. Native of Mlnunlppl Dr. Caldwell was born in Yaioo C»ty, Miss., on December 19, 1911. He received, the degree of bachelor of science from Mississippi State College In 1032, the degree of master of arts from both Duke and Columbia University, and the Ph. D.'degree In political science from Princeton University in 1939. He also did graduate work at,the University of Wisconsin. Tn 1H47 he married Miss Catherine Wadsworth Zeck, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. F.-Zcek of Nashville, Tcnn.. Dr, Zo;k, who was a Rhodes Scholar from Louisiana,- is a professor of French at V?nrterbilt .University, where Div Coldwcll was, at thnt time, an as?.'' soclate professor of political science. Dr. and Mrs Caldwell are the parents of three children. Dr. Caldwell taught social sciences and was band director at Holmes Junior College in Good.- Clocr is chairman of the Senate i man Miss.,' from 1932 to 1936. Constitutional Amendment Cam- *rom 11)36 to 1938 he was a junior At the top, silting on the left, Dr. John Tyler Caldwell, new U. A. prexy, is shown chatting with Joe E. Covinglon, who Is serving as provost at the University. The new president is pictured in three poses as W. J. Good, public relations director at the University, John Cloer To Seek Reelection Enters Nome As Senate Cand'dare John W. Cloer yesterday entered of Springdale the race for mittee and of the Claims Committee; and is vice chairman of the Judiciary B Committee. He Is a member of other committees. Hc is the only candidate thus to do something about | f a r to / ilc for tn c office, although i several names have been mentioned in this regard previous to Four More Earthquakes Okla. economist with the United States Resettlement Administration, being stationed part of that time at State College. Miss., and part of the time in Little Rock. He was also assistant economist for land use planning of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics for a time, with headquarters at Vicksburz Miss. Produce in Springdale left the! '°"nd tied arcund the cow's neck. road and overturned in a field on Highway 71 about a mile west of here, yesterday afternoon. Thc truck was loaded and an estimated England-MVJnscph By The Associated Press . _, ,_ . _ . , . . -.. .._ the l o p l O r i f f i n was fined one pound . Th , rpG Arkan «is cilies voled ..... had b e e n traced. A rope was i hunk of double-decker beds i n ! ( S 2 8 0 ) today for sneedin-» ilone ! lnsta " allon of Parking meters yes- j ' · ' . ' . * '·· i terday, and the vote was one f o r ! " KT ITM rl ()n TM h j New Delhi, I n d i a for inslalla- j Ambassador Sir Sarva.ipalli H a d - | t h e seventh tim, tion of the meters, 429-2.1. Meter j hakrishnan arrived i.oir.e from | city of 11,000 ha Deputy morning might clear Earl liife he thought said this the arrest his cell. Mason, 51, | Brighton's streets in his motorized ; veteran news-1 invalid chair. Griffin's paperman and crusadinf, r a r i i n j c h a i r with a motor attached was . . ; and two against. w h c p ' ' Russellville voled one-fourth killed. up a series of cattle \ commentator, was shot to d e a t h ' caught breezing alonf at 41 miles thefts in the area. Several calves I as he sat in his automobile on a j an hour a f t e r pass: of the chickens were i and a few big cattle have been I street in Alice, Texas July 29, I missing in the county recently. 11949. passing two automobile?. The speed l i m i t for invalid chairs is 20 miles a i hour. revenue will he. . earmarked titreel mainlenance. Mena and Paris rejected meters. The Mcna election CI rjj-! Moscow today with a personal re! port for Indian Prime Minister Served In Navy Hc joined the faculty of Van- dcrbilt University as a political science instructor in 1939, but in , 1942 hc took a leave of absence Kl Reno, Okla.-i/I'j-Re.sidents c f , to enter the United States navy it this C e n t r a l Oklahoma city held 1 an ensign. He was released from onto their h n t s a^iiin today r.s f o u r ' t h e service in December, 1946, more earthquakes jhook t"he area.! with the rank of lieutenant com- The last, at 8:.')0 a. m.. marked i minder. During his naval service in a week th'.i' he received the Bronze Star Medal luivered in the- °" Okinawa on September 5, 1945. District Republicans Name Cashion As Candidate For Congress Republicans of the Ifi-county along w i t h Pollock, said he is for Third district of Arkansas, meeting yesterday afternoon in Hunts- vine, named two delegates two .alternates to the Republican Nttlonal Convention in Chicago. Tafl. Alternates selected were S. E. Trostlc of Siloam Springs and .John E. Ellis of Hayeltcvillc. Tros- a n n : t l e said after the meeting t h a t he 'for Eisenhower right now," and Ellis said "1 personally favor Polled as to their preference for Ta ''-" The delegates will go to the convention uninstructed. presidential nominee, of the party, grip of an earth tremor. No prop-: Following his release from tha i , crly damage was reported a n d ' Navy, hc returned to the campus the i Nehru nn his t a l k with Stalin, i there wore no injuries i of Vanderbilt University as an as- Wa ' i ~~~ --------- ....... : sociate professor of political sci- Born in Missouri, he resided i n ! persons were present) selected Euriora, Chicot County for a n i i m - 1 Claude M. W i l l i a m s of Rogers as! now lwv ' ! vo 'ed for installation of i ber nf years, and while there was | presidential elector. Jay Ncal ofi t n e , m c t l -' r s. Medal Of Honor Winner Reminds Of Heroes Didn't Get Back From Korea Fighting a candidate on the Republican ; Van Huron and Lee Kidd of Clin- j irket fnr county treasurer. Ilc Mon were named to the Republican ' 1934, j state Kxcnnive Committee. moved to Oklahoma City two said infy favor Sen. Robert A. Taft, o%c is for Gen, Dwighl and to Fayetteville in 1942. j C. D. Atkinson of Kayctlcville Cashion said this morning he; war, chosen presiding officer at had no statement (n m a k e now, | the afternoon convention, but thai he will have one later on. | Herbert K. Hyde of Oklahoma Eisenhower, and clfJicd to stale the his The Republicans of the district! Me did say, however, t h a t he h a d i C i l y , a member of the Republican nominated Med Cashion nf Fay-, not expeclcd to become Friends at the convenl inn said he ipoke favorably of Taft. ·Harry Pollock of Fort . fourth de-|etlevil!e as candidate for Congress dale when he went to the preference, from the Third district. He will vention yesterday, t h i 1 not make known to whom h i s ' support will go. F. A ·I Berryvllle, nimed n National Committee, spoke in favor of the r a n d i d a r v nf Kien- howcr, as did .leffcrson Speck of oppose Rep. ,T. w. Trimble, t h e : "I got l.ilkcd into it, more or ! Frenchman's Dayou, Ark., n candi- only Democratic candidate to an- j less,' 1 he said. j dale for governor on Ihe OOP S m l l h i n o u n c e so far, Cashion. in the real I In addition to namins the dele- j t l r k c l . Wallace Townsend na_ . . . . i . . estale business, formerly lived at gales, Ihe 173 delegates a t t e n d - 1 tional rommitteeman for Ar Ihe session fit Ihe Mndi.wm; kansas. .tpokc in favor of Tail's nty courthouse (about 350|candidacy. | IMiMC I Teague I Oklahoma Cily, hut has resided in j Ing del«jatc|F»yettevillc for a number of years, j Cou Poultry Market Stuttgart. Ark.-'/Vj-A K o r e a n : war hero whose valor won him : the nation's highest d e c o r a t i o n , ; lasl nisnl reminded his follow Thc poultrj m a r k e t today at re- townsmen thai Ihcrc arr some porlcd by Ihe University of Ar-' l l c r o c s whn didn't return, kansas Institute of Science «.id | '·'· '·'°- v ' 1 '" " lll ' 1 « . holder of Technology and the Dairy and! 11 " 1 Medal "' Honor for , the American Political Science l.nler, H u r k c again rose and told . Association, the Southern Politi- t h c liL'.i diners t h a t , "coming back , ca ' Science Association, the Amer- hmnc and w h a t you people have : . _ ' , ' : _ *JL 'V or , ,, , c . Admtnis- done for me t o n i g h t moans more i ,itj 0 n. '.ippa Phi Kappa, Blue Key, to me tlnin a n y t h i n g . " c nee a g a i n . CONTINUED ON PACE SIX ho started weeping and had to sit * · Poultry M a r k e t Newi Service of '" Korea, was honored at ,1 tcjti- the U. S. Department of Agrlcul- monial dinner in Ihe h.iM-nicnl ol ture. ! the K i i s l Chrislian Chuu'li. \\'hen Norlhwest Arkansas m a r k e t · np w 15 asked tn mako a brief t a l k , steady, u n d e r t o n e weak, demand Hurkf called instead for u "mo- falr, tr.iriins light lo moderate, ' m e n ! of silent prayer f"r the lnys Prices paid f.o.b. farm up lo 2 i who didn't come hack from Ko- and fryers all ! rpa." Thr* Stuttgart soldier then The Weothtr-- Arkansas-- I'RIT «n1 warmer this afternoon , night. Tomorrtw considerable * little and to- p. m., broilers and fryers weights 24-2S cents lb., mostly rpa." Thc Stuttgart noldirr hog.m weeping and hnd to down. down. Ciov. Sid M c M a t h made the principal address at the dinner, sponsored by civic and veterans' orgnnirations here. Burke and his wife received a set o[ matched i clawllnora andI mild with" widely '"wi! 1 '- , scattered showers In tin we«t pot- r r a n k Hilton, conit, ander of Ihe ! tlon. American Legion post here, gave j · s i t : , i l i f e t i m e membership in the Le- For the Urge»t, pnttltlt Ml«- | Blon to Burke. I tlon of dr«s«, ihrp Hunt's. (Adv.)

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