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H« PUBLIC INTEREST 1$ THE FIRST CONCERN OF THIS NEWSPAPER VOLUME 90, NUMBER 229 Jlortfjtoest Associated Press Leased Wire AP, King and NEA Features FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 19, 1952 LOCAL FORECAST -- fi7; I'.-. l'i, I I a.rr 'o-i.iy 54 PRICE FIVE CENTS Prisoners End Jersey Revolt Trenton, N. J.-M)-Sixty-ninei Three prison employes held weak but surly convicts filed out ; hostage were reported in S ood «.£%£! 'SJ^nrr. TM" di »°"' TM« TM» were t a k e n .. 77-hour revolt. A sympathy m u - , tr t h e P nscm hospital, searcher! f o r ' Uf pCCI I f O tiny of 231 inmates continued at - w e a p o n s , given baths and locked I I vJjUl \f Rahway prison farm, 40 niile.On t h e i r cell?. away. . j At R a h w a y , R. W i l l i a m LaGay. The Trenton convicts' gained one! ni.pcrinti'micnt of the prison farm, objective of their rebellion-- a n ' said he believed the mutineer* Phone Agreement Seems Omaha Facing New Flood Menace Special Sessions Threatened impartial investigation of t h e , them "will be ready to negotiate prison. F. Lovell Bixby, deputy surrender before long.' 1 commissioner of institutions and _ The R a h w a y disorders staried agencies, said the department Thursday night in a dormitory would request (he Osborne A s s n - j wins, where the convicts holed ciation, a f o u n d a t i o n interested i n ' themselves up with nine puards a* prison problems, to m a k e a survey ! hostages. at the prison. Building? in t h e j : I t h i n k we can setiie this mat- .ilate prison used regularly were · ler just as we settled it in b u i l t in JB35. i Trenton." LaGay said. ' A I C I · ' I lilt \P\i/Pf I IflA V / U I J v p T T v l U l l l v Behind Dikes i Destruction Spread Downstream By The Swollen Missouri Truman Ultimatum To Steel Raises Hob In Congress Col. McAllister, Former Resident Here, Dies Washington-! A 1 )- President Tru| man's t h r e a t !o rrarl- the k n u c k i Ics of Congress w i t h a chain of ! daily special sessions if it b a l k s ; at voting the money IIP t h i n k s i, 1 - j needed for defense drew retorts j today from several l e g i s l a t o r s . "He seems to have gone cnm- ; pletcly off his head." Senator T a f t of O h i n - a ^iKi c l a i m i n g power l i k e . Many rnnRrcssmen nf ho!h p a r t i e s ' of A m e r i c a n said the 52 l t billion d n U n r * would no! T r u m a n has asked fnr lhr* d'-fer.v" hr \'-ould · . program and foreign aid is loo . I ) , i v ' ^esn^: m u c h . ; day up ! The House a l r e a r t v ha.- rut t h e ! .sarv, u n t i l the a p p r o p r i a t i n g pmvrr nnd s i - _ t o t a l s i x billion;-, .and i h e Senate j ever e v r n t u ways has been." : r v n e c i r lo sla*h il s u b s t a n t i a l l y . Thr r n f p r Charles 1 rf K n p l a n d . ' ' T a f t t n l d a Springfield r a l l y . "The president seems lo t h i n k IIP m u s t j;pt n i l the money he asks. W e l l . Cnngrnrs , fnr R e p u b l i ' r a n P ^ ' d e n t i a l nom l a t m n . said | n S p r i n g f i e l d . Mass.. when hr · "Mrnrd of T r u m a n ' s s l a t c m c n t Washington-f/Pi-The steel labor* f i g h t grew hotter today w.th (he Truman a d m i n i s t r a t i o n threatening to raise worker wages in he soiled industry early next week. The move stirred a new uproar is Congress. , Secretary of Commerce Sawyer late yesterday served .nn u l t i - m a t u m on ihe industry's private owners, saying that unless they reach an sgroement w i t h CTO President Philip Murray by Monday or Tuesday, the government will sfep in and give steehvorkcrs a pay boost. Then seemed l i t t l e chance the union and companies could get together on a deal. In fact, Murray and President Benjamin Fairlcss of U. S. Steel Corporation left the Omaha, Neb.-f/Pt-The r u n a w a y Missouri R i v e r hurled a new men- · ace at Omaha today while its ! muddy torrent smashed levees, en- I gulfed /arms, and spread dcstruo ; yesterday in a speech .'editing tion downstream for 200 miles. : a n p u ' AMVETS n a t i o n a l hcad- t This higgest-ii-history flood fnr ; Barters. the Missouri Valley ran almost uncontrolled i n t o Northeastern Kansas. It was d r i v i n g f a m i l i e s from their homes in pro w i n e numbers in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and Kansas. Darnaue and f l o o d - f i g h t i n g cnsls were m o u n t - ing i n t o uncounted millions. The new threat to Omaha developed s u d d e n l y last night when pressure ble\v out a se\ver j line leading i n t o the lowland in- I dustrial area. It came a f i e r i h e a quick clampriown t-hould Ihe n n i flood crest had passed t h r o u g h (he linn's rubber stockpile f a l l dancrr- I narrow Omaha-Council Bluffs, | Iowa channel. Elation Short-Livrd The groate.-t danger seemingly t/inrj fnr i ! .. ll* 1 s-nd i-all r: sj r r n i ' T u r n i ; i - nf Conci"'*'"" e'/ery V--- Ve, l ^t·'^. if nerr : .- ' rr/'ioi-atr-ii r -f ·'·['.;»!- l cui i* d ^ c i d f r l u p f - : : r v p \ i - sr- a r - u r p r i / r 'm h^ c.ii'r-d ,lu!v '.}?). k n o w n in h - h n m n a * "TiiMiJ|! O.'i;. . ' · Settlement WE Dispute Is Announced P a t t e r n For Peace In I n d u s t r y M a y H a v e Been Set ! "That's one. he can'! make s t i c k . " j Senate c o m m i t t e e h e n r i n c r on t h t 'special 'i"sinn I said Senator Capphan ( R - l n r i ) . ' a p p r o p r i a t i o n are to brcm n r x t ' Ill-lit, ,1 d a t e kn ! Senator Bridges of New l l a m p - j w e e k . | s t a l e of M i w u u r i shire, t h e Senale R e p u b l i c a n l e a d - I T r u m a n d e p a r t e d f r o m h i s p r e - ! T h e p r e s i d e n t . d r r c n h i n ? t h e cr, r a i l e d the president's words ' pared t e x t lo charge ' h a t "dancer- t h r e a t o! Rusn.in C o m m u n i s m , . a n e f f o r t "lo seize the power of . oils and d e s t r u c t i v e " r u t s in Ihr : displayed Ins clenched fi.-.-l a n d . a p p r o p r i a t i o n " a n d d i s r u p t con- program, \ v h i r h hr said were made i t o l d hi? a u d i c n r c . "There i? r,niy : B^essional e f f o r t s to "wrinj: Ihc : for the sake of election-year h»;iri- j one real I q n c u a c e Ihev iiiuicrvUnd'. i w a t e r " out of appro, n . a t i o n b i l l s . : h u E i t n i e , would risk l i v e s i and t h a t i:: !his." '.{..llrr-:. u^rj:!!«r:. r.f 'p." C I O Comtin: m-.'it i'ins Worker. f,f Arr.^rn, and W ^ i p i - n E l ^ t r r v.r- r"- f^riod .i 1 - JIT-- nv,-. 1 inip'ir'.-in- *r.':^ f;ii in l H d,v.-- of "ink"', t h i l hi 1 -'!* Ihre.'iJr-nnfl : in -n sl - ton. 11 f.' Controls On Rubber Lifted Murry To Speak Washington - f/P. 1 - The povern-l m e n t t o d a y announced the re-1 m n v a l of almost n i l controls on : the use of n a t u r a l and synthetic ruhher. e f f e c t i v e A p r i l 21. But the door was iefi nr.r-n .'··::·' prices skyrocket In Air Force Since 1942, Was Awaiting Overseas Assignment Lt. Col. Donald . 4H, brother of Dr. Max M c A l l i s t e r j blocks behind the levee. Wa of Fhyettevillc. died unexpectedly · ripped up street pHvcment for 3 ; capital to spend the weekend in . yesterday afternoon in Chicago, Pittsburgh. : where he was assigned to the Uni- Sawyer's announcement spuriod . vcrsity of Illinois dental college a drive by Senate Republicans tn ; prior to an overseas Air F o r c e forbid use of any federal f u n d s ' assignment. for salaries of federal officials to ! Colonel 'McAllister v.-as born run the steel mills under seizure, i j u ]_ v 23, 1908, at Fayelteville, the Raising cries of "dictator" and | Eon " of the l a t e Dr. B. F . ' M o A I I i - claimmg strong Democratic sup- I stor mi M a r v f; . McAllister. He port, Ihe GOP group, led by Sen- i a t t c n d c d the University, where he ator Ferguson ( R - M i c h ) . moved , ,,, as a f t i u a u , d V ;ii h S i R ma Chi fra- for a showdown Senate vote Mon- t,, r n j l v . dav on. two proposal?, both aimed : at spiking the operation of the j A " cr l K v i n S l h c University he seizure order entered Kansas City Dental Col- Senator ' Hocy (-D-NC) rhal- ! { ?*£ ^ ere h " vas KTMMaleAin lenged Sawyer's a m h o r i t v to i m - i j . 9 f ' ? l e - 1 w a f s c m ? r " e ^ t0 ±" pose a wage hike, t o l l i n g the Sen- . Holen H a l ] of s P" n Kdale in 19-19- a { G . ' Beiore entering the Air Force in "I don't t h i n k thp government has the power to lake money be- .longing to the stockholders of any corporation a.-id order it disbursed to the workers without consent of corporation." nijsl.v low .'ipain.' Provision also was made to K u a r a n t p p t h a t g n v c r n m o n t - h u i l t had passed- when I h c river's 30.24- ; s y n t h c t i r rubber p l a n t s ;HP kept -foot crest M1.24 feet above flood opcratins at a peak 50 they ran level) surged downstream yester- s h i f t r a p i d l y i n l o emergency pro- j day. There was a wave of elation duction if necessary. J i n the livin cities that, t h e levees! T h e N a t i o n a l Production A u I had held.- But then the river's! t h o r i t y . in a n n o u n c i n g Ihe enri of | pressure burst through a 7-by-D-! Ihe- I D - y n a r - n l d restriction on ho w B. McAllister, j font concrete sewer line f o u r 1 much rubber may he user! in each Water product, said (his remove. 1 ; thr las! ] 2 0 ; World W a r I I allocation control. feet, spurted in peyscrr-, and cush- j The Government's action "will ed through Ihe streets across a ; provide r e l a t i v e l y free competition wide area where there are ware- · between n a t u r a l and s y n t h e t i c houses, railroad switch yards, lum- rubber." said Henry H. Fowler, her yards, and faclories. j NPA administrator. U. S. Army Engineers rushed: hundreds of workers into I h e ; fiirht to seal off the sewer l i n e . ; They lowered steel I-Beams and : .sheet steel into t h e river at the mouth of the sewer. Barges · dumped rock? and snndbae? in an '· effort tn seal off the sewer and half the spurting water. The great danger was thai. I h e waler behind the dikes would weaken the earthen barrier--or that the river would blow out the sewe r. ft- 1... I d K^IBK Wrecks In State Take 35 Lives Total One Over March Year Ago i Lit tip Rnck-f/T)-Highway acci- | dcnls in Arkansas last m o n t h j claimed 3fi l i v e r - , one mori* t h a n in j M a r c h of 1951. This waF ropor(*»d ; today by (he Arkansas State Poj lire D e p a r t m e n t , vhich said Mis- 1 sissippi and l.awrei en Counties ! had the largest number of t r a f f i c ' f a t a l i t i e s -- f o u r each. .Jefferson : County had three. ! A breakdown of T h e victims ; showed t h a i in were drivers. 14 passengers and 11 p e d e s t r i a n s . In addition .to the dead, 188 persons were j n j u r e d , Isn't Something We Would Like To See Spread r t t l r n t t a , I n d i a - f / P j - Wives nf garden l a b o r e r s ;ind coal m i n r r ? in M a r R h r r l t a , Assam, hnvc f n r m r f l .1 union to control ( h f i r iinsbanrK A f t r r t h r v l l l a j o h r a d m a n plo.iri- fd i n a b i l i t y lo rndrrs.*. t h r wn-p.^' Rri^\-anrr.e. t h p u-omen confprrrrl and derided nnl to lolri-alr t h r i r husband^' insult.', tn p u n i s h rol- I n r t i v o l y hnsl)anrls who beal wives, to r p f n v lo prepare their husband. 1 :' hompbrpw liquor, and to riiscnurage nbsrnt"cism .'iOm tt'ork. 'AtFordyce The first appeal fnr relaxation 1 of f\ portion of Fayottpvillc-'s new 1 zoning ordinance was rejected by the Board of A d j u s t m e n t yesterday a f t e r n o o n . I Mr. and Mrs. L. E. V a u c h n , i stopped by a city b u i l d i n g in- · line entirely nnd u n d e r m i n e ! spector as they attempted to con- 142 he v/as engaccd in private the water-loKged dike. The torrent I vert an old church b u i l d i n g into ·acticn at Drumright and Sa- j of water behind Ihe levees is still ' '?7£,«^ .!_., i - 4 t . 1 _ I p , n - , n ; » r n t m n r l 1 C / n n l i K n i - A 4 Vi n \ ' *-" ' n L d f l C C I IJ. W. 11. pr; pulpa, Okla. I r u n n i n g almost 15 feet above the! In 1942 he entered the Air Force, I lpvcl nf strects two and one-half years ! serving in Alaska. He v.'as released from It. was not known how much j active duty in 1946 while stationed Sawyer may seek to give Mur- ; at West Point, and returned to ac- ray's union members. Tho Wage | live duty in 1948, assigned to the Stabilization Board has proposed ! J 2 t h Air Force. He was to have a 20-cent wage increase "package" ! reported lo Camp Kilmer. N. J.. - o board j members they purchased the old Many Volunteers Help | Calvary Church at the corner of Army F.ngineers and city o f f i - 1 York and Levcrett Streets w i t h including a 17V 2 -cent boost straight pay. The industry has offeree! a total 17'.2-eent hike. Union shop proviso, \v h i c h would require all steel workers to be members of Murray's union. . in August for overseas assignment. He was a member oi the Presbyterian Church. He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Helen Hail McAllister of Chicago; has been bitterly opposed by steel i °" e d a u K" l c r - Har J- Margaret Mc- companies i A " lstc r of the home; one son. Don, aid B. McAllister, Jr.. of the home; j his mother. Mrs. Mary C. McAl- I lister of Fa.vetteville; one sister, ! Mrs. M. E. Ncv.'bern, Jr.. o. Mari- Despite Flood;; 1 "" his brolhcr ' Dr - McA1 - Pause To Wed . - cials continued sending out calls ' tn! intention of m a k i n g it i n t o two for volunteers to' man the levees : "Partmentf-and with the unrior- in rounrt-the-clock shifts. In one . ^TM' 24-hour period 4,'ifln worker?--' However, the old church has including almost 1.000 U n i v e r s i t y j only 3,500 square feet in its lot. of Nebraska students from L i n - i The zoning ordinance requires a coin- showed up at the recruiting: m i n i m u m of 7,000 squ.ire feet for station. The Mississippi Fiiver poured an a l l - t i m e hiph crest down the upper J rctcd l h o appeal, vallf-y below St. Paul. Flood prep- t w o - f n m i l y units. For this reason the board re- Council Bluffs. Iowa-(/Pi-An 18-1 - . F u n c r a l arrangements under ihe year-old c-mple spoke their mar- i J""crtion of the Watson M o r t u a r y . riace vows here yesterday. · are incomplete. , The hrideproom. James Crofihan. ! ' · -- i Jr., was tired from duty with the emergency crews fighting the turbulent Missouri's greatest flood crest. The bride. Wanda Dcloi es Kdio v,ore n blur plaid raincoat. muddy shoes and anklet?. They were married by M u n i c i p a l Court Judge Andy Noilsen in his office, which was decorated with arations were under way in r i v e r , Trfiman'c A r f i n n lowland areas of Wisconsin, Min- 1 " 1 1 """ S fl CIIOn ncsota, Iowa and Illinois. U. S. Army Engineers in Kansa, City estimated t h e Missouri will roll up a ni-a m i l l i o n - d o l l a r damage toll in the area from Rulo. Neb., to iho mouth of the R i v e r at St. Louis. Edsel Ford Winner Of L i t t l e R o r k-i/Pi-Mrs. Jack Carnes of Cairiden, A r k a n s a s ' national Democratic cornmitlee- woman, :r,id yesterday the dem a n d for reservations at the n a - tional f - o n v e n t i o n has increased since President T r u m a n ' s w i t h - drawal from the presidential race. Marvin Melton Is Candidate For Senate Columbus. Miss-f/Pi-Edipl Ford, i a student at the University of Ar- I withered potted plant for t h e , ^ ^"^^"^5 ' f e s t i v a l here. He won a S i n n bond j occasion. They called City Clerk John Slouffer off the levee, where he was carrying: sandbafis, to issue the marriage license. Murphy Confirmed As Ambassador To Japan for a poem. Twenty rolleqes and universities were represented. Ambassador To Speak The Panamanian ambassador )o i Ihe United States, Roberto J-tuerte- | matte, will be the p r i n c i p a l speaker at the annual Apri Day convention at the University April 2fi. Three U.A. Students Injured In Wreck Three University st;:dcnt r suffered minor injuries early yesterday afternoon when their auto- Jonesboro-i/l'i-Marvin M e l t o n of mobile collided wi'.h a t r u c k on .Tonesboro filer! vostordav ,-,? a Highway 71 north of A l m a . In- c a n d i d a t e for position No. 2 ip Hie jurcd were O. B. Holiman of M a i - s e n a t o r i a l district composed of vorn, and R o n n i e Anderson and Mississippi. Craichead and Pom- Marion Ciulla, hoth of Tort S m i t h . ; s o tt counties. Douqlas Rradlcy of They were t r e a t e d for cuts and : Jonesborr, previously had f i l e d fnr bruises at a Fort S m i t h hospital, the position. 71,c d i s t r i c t w i l l h a v e The driver of_ the :r irk. Busier three senator'. Fondren nf Fort'Smith, escaped in- ' '. j u r y hut v-.-as charged w i t h f a i l ' i r e to yield the r i g h t - o f - w a y . S ' ^ t e Ironpers said the t r u c k was across the renter line. Washington-m-ThcScnate has approved without debate the appointment of veteran dip.amat Robert D. Murphy to be the United · States' first postwar ambassadt to Japan. j · j Truman Cruises Down The Potomac Wftshinglnn-WVPrMldem Tru- 'teo"n-n«e sons'and'daHRMers^'hink m n n todny was cruising down t h e i n f y o u ? Potomac River in the yacj)ti r)r. P. W. Alexander, dean of home l i f e w i t h freedom f r o m t e n - ; " rsl ""^ Ih*** ^Parents Too Lenient, 700 College Freshmen Complain M a r v i n M p l l n i i IP a h r n U i n r of ' Ilr. C. O. MHlnn of F a y r f t r v i l l r . and i?; WP]] k n m v n hprp w h n r r hn , visits n f l p n . His w i f p ic ( h n f o r - : mpr Miss I-orco T i i h l i l o of K.'iy- pttpvillo. 1 Television Permit In Arkansas Is Sought Little Rock-i/Pi-Telp-Kast of Arkansas, Inc., will apply n r x t ; week for nnr of thp fi\'o tplovi: sion channels a l l o t l c d In L i t t l e T^ock hy t h e Federal C n m m t i h i r a . tions Commission. Robert W. ; G r i f f i t h Jr.. L i t t l e Rock, secretary- treasurer of !he IIPW corporation, said last nicht hp would leavp Monday for W a s h i n R t o n and New ', York to f - o t n p l c t n t h e application. '·. The concern filed incorporation ' papers Thursday, l i s t i n g autho: ized capital of $253.000. Robert E. Cloud of L i t l l e Rock who hap oil interests in Arkansas and Missouri, js president of Teln-Kast. Those _Stoves S t i l l Needed Panmunjoni, Korea -i/T'j- They look t h e stoves out of the. Korean armistice conference t e n t s a bit too soon. Th" oi; stoves- wer* 1 removed earlier Ihis m o n t h . Today n d n \ - inu snnw f e l l w h i l e c h i l l e d nc- fioli,-)toi*s met b r i e f l y . The s n n w f f l l ; folio-red r,im a n d h a i l this m o r n i n g . Wholesale Prices For Farm Products Down V.'.i?hin!ilnn-f/Pj-Wholesale prices for f a r m products c o n t i n u e 10 e;isf d o w n w a r d , f r i l l in:; 1 v/o- t e n t h ? nf on^ per cent d u r i n g t h e v/eek nnded April 15. Thr R u r f a u nf Labor S t a t i s t i c s n l l r i b u t e d t n e drop p r i m a r i l y lo m u c h lower pnrn; fdr jotstnp5 and tnmatorj; and to le.'-sei dcclntf-s in orange?, .··ome K r a i n F . r a w rot I on, p o u l t r y , Moybrvmr. nnd c n f f r o . A d v a n c e r u-eip noted (or I r t M j r f , )l\T;-.tfjck Line Suspended After Air Crash Plane Explodes On Hill, 29 Perish I.fis Angeles -'/Pi- North f n n l l n e n t a i Airways, operating ' un- jrhednled Ir.inseontlnental /hjjMs, was grounded tnday hy government order a f t e r a erash of one of its transports hsd taicen 2n lives. The plane, n C-4fi fwo-pngme a i r l i n e r e.i route from N'ev York I J Los Anceles. rr.tsned in the Puenle Mills. 'J."i miles from i'v destination, early ye.slerday n'orn- inc in a heavy fog. Seven hours l a t e r a rancher camn u p o n the wreckage. The plane a p p a r e n t l y e.xplo led a- it hit ihi side nf iii" i n n - f o n t h i l l . Short, g l i s t e n i n g n v i i l e l s nf melted a l u m i n u m indir.ited the heat nf the f i r e t h a t ronsumrd e v e r y t h i n g except the smashed t a i l section and one wheel. C i v i l Aeronautics A d m i n i s t r a t o r Chnrles F. Home suspends! I h r a i r l i n e for .If) days. He had filed a complaint v . i t h Ihe C A A M a r c h 31 a s k i n g for revocation of t h e company's c e r t i f i c a t e . Elizabeth To Inspect Guards On Her Birthday ! Announcement For , i Governor Expected ' L i t t l r Rnr-lt -'.Pi-- A t t o r n e y Cm- em 1 l\.f M u r r y ?rr]in-led mnv-etf . yp.rterrl.'iy to prepare ,in .nddrp^ for t o n i c h t at » dinner m e r t i n q · in his h n r n e c i t y nf I-Virdyfo, in · which he i* expected f o r m n l l y to R r n r r n o ! of liie s t a i r . He said i h o sprerh wmtUl lf "political," but Knve nn f u r t h e r detail*. i Rep. Royd Tnckctt of N a s h ' - i l l n , : Thancellor Francis C h n r r y of -lonesborn and Dulr-h O'N'e?!, Krealer L i t t l e RocK a u t o m o b i l e : iealer, h a v e announced for Ihe n o m i n a t i o n . Tackclt ye.slrrrlay be- . · came the f i r s t lo pny thf? p n r t v ; i M l I o t fre. C t n v r r n o r M c M a t h is evprrtH tn Sf-nk « t h i r d t e r m n o m i n n t t o n . A formal announcement · nl ft i I inoetlnp at Magnolia in hi.*; nntiv** '. ; county of ColumhJa a \veek from j tonight is considered probable. \ C'andidate.^ ha 1 , * u n t i l noon April 30 lo q u a l i f y . .'. Judge Limiis Picketing Activities At Mortuary ; Lo.c A n K f 1 f s - f / J V O f f l c i a l ? r ( f ' C r o n i n n rompUnned tn Superior : Court t h a t picked of thp AF1, FiuilriinfJ Service F.mplnyr-e-; Union ; are m n r c h i n f i between caskets r,nd : hcarst-s. The rnortu.'iry rUimexl thr: |)Jcke{s jostied bere;ivf-d r r l a t j v e p ;md f r i e n d s M f u n e i ah and used profane lansufipe. Thf union \t d e m a n d i n g t h a t the company accept it as b.irc^ininj; SECIH for workers. .hidKr Frank n. SwMn issueii nn . order yesterday .settinc rt l i m i t "f I I p j r k r - t e ; ,il thr n i n r t t l . ' t i v nr.d I f 1 - (|uirini; rr'lerly rnn'-iun Payment Ot 76 Weltare Checks Is Stopped L i t t l e HiY'k-'/I'i-'rhe Aj k a n ^ ^ ^ si a tf a u d i t fir's o f f i c e has h u l i e ' i Daymen*. n{ Tfi w e l f a r e ch^ckr ' hospital.'-, t l i n d i r . l l ^llppl 1 .' f l M T ! 1 and i n d i v i r i i i a l t i f n ' * n r - The- a i K i i - tfir? of f IT '-DKi vi'- r .if | r''!-'i' ' h 1 ? $8.10'. o v T ' i r a f , in Ihr V.'r I f are | D e p a r t m e n t ' ? n i i ' i - e l l a n r - f u r - i:ran'.r i a n d ··.!'! account V/elf-up r t f f i c i ; i h 1 j.airi f t i n t i s '.vf.uld I-..- ! r ; . n ' f " i tT'i f i n r n ''i.n'T fic'-'Jiini.'^ t,- v c'lVf r r h " I N J U N C T I O N C O N T I N U E D Tulia. Okla.-'.-T--Th« Unit:wide courl ban on pick?tir.i of Southwnsiorn Bell T:l?- phon* Comnnny Snsiillalions by W r s l f r n Electric equipment work"'* v/ill conlinue it liast ovpr th? v/cpkend. District JuHgp Elmir Adami yeslnrday ordorprf ih« t e m p o r a r y injunc- . lion nqains! plckcllng con- [ llnucd u n t i l hs resum*! hear- . ingi Monday morning o n . a ' roqu(»»t inr a permanent in- ' Junction. The Bell company ', con!*.ndi WE union m^TibTi i arc picketing ill properly w h f n It Is not involved In ih* '· labor dispute. II was expected to '.;rt a p j t - ^ r n for 'T-'-tlement li^t-A-ecn roprctonvi- tive.-: nf Western Kleclnc .ir.'l S.OOf) C W A salesmen, rii',trihu'or5 and And it .ilfi may prnvlrfc thft solufion to a r-lrikr by ;\ union- c-itimatcd B-^nn CWA mombflrs neiiinnt thr Bell system a f f i l j a * « s fnr Northern C a l i f o r n i a nnd Nev a d a . The throe trlrphons strikes s!;u-leH MintilUnconr-ly 12 dflys -iro xvlih nther CWA walkouts fisjainst Bell subsidiaries in Ohio. Michi- u/iii and New Jersey. Tho lil'.«r three striken wnrc Rattled in sep- ar.Tfe mediation nopotiations. A w a l k o u t of 3!,noo AFL Commercial Trle^rnphf-rs ','nion nir::i- her? ac-'iins! !hp W(*rtern Union Tnlp«raph Comprmy /'ntort-'.i its I V t h day. N'o iriun^iute ?.t:t | lft- r n o n l w;is in .Mpht in this '.va^i f i i i h t . Lillle Rock Bank Denies It "Practices Law" L i t t l e Rfch-'/P.-The Union N-J- tion.i! Bank of U l - l o Kork h-^s ,i?kM rlh. missal of a s.ut fi\vA ':,··' the Bar A. c sonaticn of Ark^nr-:', ' · h n r y i n s t h i t '.p.- bank ons'mos in thf illopnl p r n c t i r j of Iv. 1 /. Ir. M..; an.'iv.-rr f i l f d .ves'rrrJny, th 1 ? bank r-'ii'l its ' r u s t o f f i c e r s a;* r l u l y licons''d n'-(}rnoyr- .ind t!:"l il pnrv^f a" f- -:f:i;utnr, riH:ru:i;i- of a lcjj;jl n.ilurc Nothing Unfair With This Bear r r f .,, i h r { . celebrate her f i r s t h i r t h ' l a v .1^ f|»f-cn Monday and w i l l keep a 10-year-old promise mo.M. folkr UioURht she'd f o r g o t t e n . This b i r t h d a y . hT 2(ith. w i l l hr p r i v a t e and r j u i e t . I t s h i g h point v.'ill he k e e p i n g her promise to -.n- speci the Grenadier C u a r d ' W h ^ n F.lizaheih '.'.a? I d , .vhe oner, con- f i d e d " I f ever I am oiieon t t i e G i e n a d i e i : '.vil! he the f i r - t of my 'ol- dier I s h a l l msperl." She \ k a \ J I I M i n Memphis Grocery Store Robbed Of $3,000 ! · Mi : !npr.r- -'/V · A !'ir..- ^ i ; r . ; r ' vh'i h ^ r , "·,,'fi" t;-.f. : . i n r f · · . : e a r l i e r KI t n r r · f*n:ric 1-i^t ;· u- ; Dnrd · ;· ;; .-iii'-i *-:-.·;.pr-j -.- i 1 nr- i r l \ f.'l/Kiii Atom'c Explosion Set For Tuesday New Vnrk-MVParpnts, have you ever askitrt yourself what your Parent;: are too lenient w i t h them, Youngsferj; want Wllliamsburc. He planned to return to Washinclon l a t e tomorrow. The Weather-- Arknnsas--Cloudy nnd mlid --ilh Hcnttcrcd showers or (hunrirr- showors this ndornoon, tnnlijht and tomorrow; no important tcmreraUirc chance. East Tennessee College, says 700 j sions between parents nnd college freshmen look up his Inv l l n t J o n for t h e i r anonymous opinions on what Is wrong wilh Iheir pnronls. He reported on, their replies I n s t . night al the N a t i o n a l Conference of Girls Clubs of Amnrlca. formal social life. They wnnl to ialk t h i n g s o\-er w i t h parenls and dnn'l w a n l brush- Las Veaas. N'ev.-r/T^-Another atomic explosion w i l l or-ciir lie- j I tween f) nnd 10 a. rn. Tw-sd.'iy.' more stnble wealhor p e r m i l t i n t ; This is I h e , A l o m i r Kn^iK.v I , Commission hfis a n n o u n c e d Ihe dny and hour of an atomic bnmh te^t. offs like "You'll u n d e r s t a n d w h e n ' you are olrVrr." Thr.v ,i]rn said they desire more iroli«iou.» t e a c h i n g 'in the home DftmocMti Join ForcM Romc-f/TVII.ily's f o u r democratic parties joined forcej. t o d a y I ' : | I » I I I U ? u r n M I N K in mr nome, i fji^n^i ronib|nati''n.! in t h e n f t l l o t - Thls is what the toen-ap;ers had ' more home chores, nnd s m a l l e r ! n W bstile M:*y 2?i fo/- rnntrol of to say: ' allowances. ! Rome'j, city Kovernment. U. S. Agency To Aid Tornado Relief Work I . i l l l e Rock-f/1'i - K i v c g r a n t ? t ' l t ^ l i n i j ?'I8.250 h n v p been approved by the Federal Housing and Home K m n n r e ARCIICV of Knrt W o r t h , Texas, for tornado re- h a b l l l t a t i o n in W h i t e County. A jrifi.fiOO crnnt was given coniii- lional approval. l-'nnr Sentenced To I.'lr V i e n n a , A u M n a - i / I ' i - A Pragiif courl lorlny sentenced four persons to d e a t h and se\en others to prison t e r m ^ rnr.glng from nine to ?.') yenrr. on chnrce.i of c o u n t e r f e i t i n g r a t i o n cards, the Czechoslovak R n d i o Announced today. For !iie largest, p r e t t i e s t selection of dresses, fh"p Hunt's. ( A d v . ) Fayetteville Teachers To Visit Businesses In City Wednesday f';iynt|pvi]lr |p.iclior. r . np;uly Hifi of i h f t m f r o m K n y r t t p v i l l p puhlir sphools. fit .lo^pph's and U n l v p r - iity T r a i n i n R School, w i l l m.iko fl p r i s n n f t l 5 t t i d y nt a h n n i ?.fi l u i s i - nf".u,i f i r m ? in F a y r t i p v i l l p n ^ x t Wpdnr.'-dfty Tlivv w i l l HP grrctpd by t h e lUMn*'f-MnPn »' H;itP5 Srhool at iionn for ;i l i t n c h ^ n n , when I.. I.. R f i x l P i w i l l speak on A m p r i o ^ n O p p r u l i t n i t y . I n t h f » f - ff*rnoon I h r I r a r h p r s w i l l r r t u r n lo J h f h\isinpssfs for ^onfrrrnrrit w i t h f h f huxinp?,s I p w d f r u nn thr prohlfm* nf tht* husmrssra »tnH thr nnMns of operation. Thr d)»y ".'ill flour \vith a *r- iion at Bat«*s School u l A r t i n c .''hnrtly a f l o r ,1 o'clock -.-hrrf C l i n t W f i l d r n w i l l sppak h n r f l y . At snmp b i r r date t h f I U S U I P « S men w i l l v i s i t the- *i hnnU for a d;iy tn i P a r n ;ibmit t h e n opotation Thr Anu-nr-ut Opportunity f ' o r n r n i t t c p of t h p C'hainbpr of Com wo i CP h;is pi'pp:u'pd sppcial booklets which w i l l ho KIVPII to thp iPfirhf-fi. and a sroond bnok- IP) for thp business men who part i r l p a i r in the nrcajtinn. Thr hivik- Ipt?. sny^ (hr C. of ('., "romplptp- ly nripni hoth t h n t r a r h c r And the huMncxsmhn tn what Is tn tnki* pUcr on his flay," T h e i p will he nn rla?sps in the nchools Wp. Turkey Profits In Arkansas Show Increase I.i'.ile Rod. -'.-Pi- Th" Ark.\ns,i:, ' r o p Repor'inv; Service 5.1ld toa.iy ."iR.'i.OOO t u r k e y s ^·.·^r( 1 produced in t h e st.Ve iri Ifi.M an Increase of 37 per cent over the 1D30 production of 427.0fif) t u r k e y s . Cash receipt.', from turkeys sold hy Arkansas Kroner? in 1951 a m o u n t e d to J.J.l.TB.nnn, compares to $2.2ni,coo in 1950, the sci'\'ici reported. Thrrf "Days" Throe special observances ar hold on Iho Unlvorsit; Ihis wcekcnrl. A rnvind o ' rolle?!! days opened Friday wlu i the Collrne nf Buslnesn Artminia ' t r a t l n n observing nnnu.il Com ! morcc D a y . Saturday ts bo'w [ Lawyer's Day and Prcmcd Day. i

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