Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 28, 1952 · Page 1
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12 PAGES TODAY J^orthtoest The Pvb/ic Interest Is Tfce First Concern Of This Newspoper IOCAI FMICAST-- Fiyttteville and vicinity " gtneralk fur tonight tnd tomorrow. COttttiv ti*rt mild Hl«h t«mp«nture yeiter* riay 77. low 4X, noon today 73, Sunrise S:31: sunset 7.01. VOLUME 90, NUMBER 236 Associated Press L«a»d Wife FAYETTEVIUE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1952 AP, King and NEA Feature* PRICE FIVE CENTS Russia Blasts Peace Treaty With Japan Pact Is Termed Preparation For New War Documents Signed In Brief Ceremony At State Department j h Residents Of Israel Facing Meat Problem Washington-(/P)-T h e Jerusalcm-f/Pl-A 3,000-ton serving of tasty beef may he sc/atchcd from the meat-skimpy Israe! menu because it isn't kosher. The chief rabbinate said the beef, from Argentina, wasn't I under rabbinatical supervision which v.'ould insure its U n i t e d conformity ( o religious standards, f b r o k Number Idled By JTL Stoppage Grows To Tho Ministrj . ()f decide whether to stick by strict Wade To Seek Re-election As Representative Veteran Lawmaker Is Member Of Several Key Committees Clifton Wade. Fayetteville attorney, announced today .^lis plans to become a candidate for re- States put the Japanese Peace Treaty into effect today and Soviet Russia immediately denounced ; . , , . . . it and the accompanying A m e r i - . Jewish religious laws and prohibit can-Japanese Security Pact a s ' Ihe meat's use. "treaties for the preparation of a ' · new war in the Far East." The Russian government assailed the two pacts in a statement made public hy Ambassador Alexander Panyushkin 30 minutes after the two treaties went into effect. Tho peace treaty, returning independence to J a p a n after nearly seven year of Allied occupation, was brought into force when the U. S. deposited its ratification at the State Department. This was an 11-minute ceremony which included reading of a statement from President Truman hailing the reborn nation as a valiant ally in the struggle against "Communist imperialism and ag-' gre.ssion in the Pacific." Japan's Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida declared the Japanese people "can meet the challenge of our times." Then the Russians fired their statement from the Soviet Embassy. ' Panyushkin called the peace . pact an "illegal separate peace | having treaty with Japan" concluded in state violation of the Big Four Moscow 1!M7. conference of 1945. i , He added: I ; "The conclusion of this treaty j \ shows how far the United States | ; government has gone in its policy , of converting Japan into the ; United States military bridgehead . in the Far East." | Takes Form Of Letter i : Panyushkin's denunciation was . in the form of a 1.000-word letter : ; to Maxwell Hamilton, American! ; chairman of the 13-nation Far! i Eastern commission. j '. Panyushkin is Russia's repre- rcsentative on this group. In his · letter, Panyushkin also branded ! as "a new illegal act" the United \ States move to abolish the corn- ; mission now that Japan's peace j treaty is in effect. The commission was set up as j a result of the 1945 Moscow con- fel ence. Its function was to advise , the Allied supreme Commander in | Japan on occupation policy. j Simultaneous with the e f f e c t i v e ' hour of the peace treaty, a se- j curity pact between Japan and the United Stales went into force. Union-Management Talk Collapses Without Agreement The number of workers idled by the week-old strike against the Springdale and Joplin. Mo., offices of Jones Truck Lines reached 160 today. And no signs of when negotiations toward a settlement might be effected were in Sight. On strike are members of the | A. F. of L. Teamsters, Chauffuers i and Warehousemen's Union. j Company official? revealed this | morning that a talk between the ] company and key union officials j had been held Friday afternoon at the Springdale headquarters of the trucking concern. Two members of the Jopiin union headquarters attended the talks, which up with no agreements RidgwayNewCommander 'Will Succed; Eisenhower In Europe reached on any of the f t r i k c issues. No further talks Have been scheduled, it was reported. Mcamvhile, with the strike Navy Calls Off Search fot Crew Of Sunken Destroyer 176 Missing In Collision With Carrier Wasp Accident FataHo John Yount General Clark To Assume Command Korean Theater In Tractor After Accident Planes, Ships Comb Area Without Finding, Trace Of Survivors Joplin workers. There were 16 workers and 12 trucks idled hy the Kansas City walkout. Tweedy said that operations of the company are at a standstill in this area and that the strike has effected terminals of the election as state representative, j company throughout a seven-state position No. 2. He will be seeking area. his fourth term been that office, member of the General Assembly since Washington-W-The destroyer- m ; minesweeper Hobson crashed into its eighth day, the c-jrnpany re- j t n p aircraft carrier Wasp Satui'ria.v ported t h a t it is laying off some of i night and sank in the middle of its office employes in the Spring- ! the A t l a n t i c Ocean. The N a v y said , dale. Joplin and Kansas City, Mo., | j nr i av it has called off the search . offices. Gerald Tweedy, general j for 176 seamen listed as missing, j manager of the .truck line, said ! it was one of the worst, naval i this morning that in a d d i t i o n to disasters in this nation's history, the IfiO idle workers there are 16fi j The Navy Deportment said the I ! trucks out of operation, and t h a t air and sea search for survivors I additional employes will be laid ; was called off at sundown yestcr- j off in the event a settlement is ; day. | not reached soon. I There were no casualties re- | The Kansas City office went m : ported on the Wasp. Sixty-one ! strike Friday at noon in "sym- seamen on the l,6nfl-ton Hobson; palhy" with Ihe Springdale and ' were listed as rescued. ! Both the. Wasp and the Hobson 1 had distinguished . records in I World War II. They were en route | to the Mediterranean as part of a i United States task force. ' I. 1'. Hilton, retired director of the University's General Extension The collision took place 1.200 j Service, was injured Saturday night, when t h i s tractor, which he was miles east of Boston and 70fl miles ' driving, was struck by an automobile on North G a r l a n d Avenue, west of the Azores. The Navy said ! The. automobile driver faces charges. r A u b c r t M a r t i n photo), the seas were choppy and the weather murky. It described the j conditions as near-stormy. ' The ships were -taking part In night maneuvers, a normal routine. The collision took place' shortly before midnight Satin-day. \ The first o f f i c i a l word of the crash came shortly befo.rc noon Sunday. A Navy Department spokesman said the search was called off because planes and ships in the area of the sinking had "ample time to search the waters." Listed As Missinsr But the WashinRton-(/P)-Cen. Matthew ,,, i B. Ridswav was appointed today John Q. Y o u n t , 3.1. Fayetievllle : , n 5Urcrod Opn rjwight D Eiten- mcc:-.,,r::c, rticrt yesterday morning j hmv( , r af s ,, rrr . mf Allied com .. in County Hospital as a rosult o f ; manr i rr j n jr urnp ,, i n j u r i e s he suffered Saturday nl*h! i prefMml Trum ., n 3nnounce . d 3t \ the same time appointment ot rk to succeed as the U.N. commander | in Korea and commander In chief t s t c i i O ' o f , h p u s arm( , d /orccs in the n head-on collision which injured lour other persons on H i g h - i (;','. n ^jl|'ark"w? v-av 71 three miles north of Fay- j ellcvillc. The Injured are Mrs. Younl, .18. wife of the victim; !p a r ' K u n l Odell McCarly, 23, of Route j 2, Faycltcvillc; Miss Julia Arm- [ strong, 3."i. Fayetteville; a n d ; Gr.nrsr Disney, 27, Sprinsdale. The accident occurred just after midnight Saturday night. A 1033 Ruiek driven by Disney, going north, and a 11147 Nash driven by McCarty, travelling south, collided head-on, demolishing the fronts of both vehicles. Sheriff Bruce Crider, one of the investigating officers, said Disney's car | swerved onto McCnrly's . c idc of I the highway Into McCarly's cnr. Disney was alone. Mr. and Mrs. Both company and union officials remained quiet today as to the cause for the strike, but unconfirmed reports continued *1o be made. One reason, given by closely informed sources, war, that the drivers are seeking a closed shop. Other rumors have had a new I. C. C. permit and a contract j clause covering family insurance as causes for the workers' dissatisfaction. Mental Patient Burns House Near Van Buren IMcMathToSeek Third Term Defies Tradition And Political Opponents injurcd Saturday night in t h e j b u l a n c e . Disney Magnolia, Ark.-MTC,ov. Sid . McMath has marie his long-expect- j co |H S !nn of a tractor he was d r i v i n g department studiouslv j "d announcement lhat he would |,,.;,], ,,,, · · ' 'seek a third term in office--in j Garland. defiance of an Arkansas t r a d i t i o n , i H i l t o n suffered shock, possible passengers in McCarly's car. Yount suffered shock and possl- hic! head injuries. He had a large ! bump on Ihe left side of his head l a n d his left eye was swollen when ! he was l.ikcn unconscious to i County Hospital in a Watson am- hulaco. He died about 45 minutes before noon yesterday. AVlfr. Injured Mrs. Younl suffered deep lactra- j tions over the forehead. Her .con- i d i l i n n t h i ^ morning was described by County Hospital attendants as good. Miss Armstrong suffered a possible. broken jaw. McCarty suffered laceration* over the loft eye nnd bruises on t h e left knfc. Both were in good condition this morn- rclired director of the University's j ing in County Hospital, where General Extension Scrmr, was | Ihcy were taken in a Waison am- \LL.HiltonHurt 'WhenTractorls Struck By Car L. I,. Hilton. fi7. of HOI Sunset, was t a k e n lo t h e Vet- "presumed dead"--only as "tentatively missing." All. the Hobson's record? wenl down with the ship and there was Clifton Wade This guarantees the presence of American continued troops ..... i t i the Japanese islands for as long as \ i nt |; c necessary to protect the presently disarmed and defenseless country against, any aggression from Communist Asia. The peace and security pacts became effective over the steadfast opposition of Soviet Russia. The treaties were put into operation at a simple ceremony in a S t a t e Department conference AVado's announcement ended speculation that he might retire from public office this year. He ated at the end of the last late yesterday. 'Weather Holds Korean i Fighting To Minimum legislative session at Little Rock- t h a t he was considering dropping out of office this year. · As the representative from this i district Wade has been inslru- I mental in the sponsoring and pa-^ jsase of many bills designed to aid _ , j t h e progress of the University. He room. Tokyo and Washington had | has l) een a member of the Budget agreed lhat the hour of final ac- {.Committee, one of the most pow- tion should be 8:30 a.m. erful groups in the House, since Thus a little more than 10 years his first term of office The after Japanese bombs at Pearl Budget Committee is the kev Harbor touched off World War II j Brou j n apm-onrialintr monev t o i n i l o l s destroyed 2!) Red in the Pacific, peace was restored ; c d u c a t j o n a ] institutions ' Chicles at Wonsan on the North- netween the two leadmg^enemies [ w . irf( , ^ al?o ^^^ a mcm _ j east Coasl but generally air strikes her of the legislative Council ior! w o r c fruitless, several years. As a member o f ! Aho '" i n n Chinese, supporter! t h a t group, specially appointed bv I h - v mnrt! "' l r o - attacked an Allied ' i position northeast of Kumkwa on I the Central front. Thev were g'ffissr ffi-firvsr! 5^;=-- T-1 S"--'" " Wade served as a temporary .'pcaker of the house last Icjris- r ° r ln(! largest, p.ettiesl selec- lative session and his name has t i o n "' dresses. sh"p Hunt's, f Adv.) | neon prominently mentioned as Van Buren-OT-A man identified as a former mental patient. facing recommittal to an i n s t i t u - ! no accurate way of knowing the tion, went beserk at a mountain ; exact complement of the. ship. The. home near here yesterday, a t t a c k - S deoartmcnl said it believed t h e r e 1 l i n g two people and setting fire t o ' were 14 officers and 223 men \ j the house. 'aboard. ! ! Sheriff L. C. Moore of Crawford ' The crash ripped a 75-foot i County and two other officers a r : hole in the starboard side of the J rested the 55-year-old parolee , carrier. The cash was just above j from a Norman, ' Okla., hospital i the waterline, near the bow. The! three hours after the incident on j Wasp was making its way to New ; a creek oank about two miles j York for repairs. It was not ex- I from the scene. He surrendered : pected to reach New York before without resistance, and was re- j Friday or Saturday. I turned to the Oklahoma hospital Navy Department aides stayed : The governor.. who ea.,ie hack to his native Columbia County for fractured ribs, a r i g h t a n k l e jury, and scalp laceration. He McMath appreciation night" taken to County Hospital in a celebration, told 5,00(1 cheering j U'alson ambulance. A t t e n d a n t s at supporters at an outdoor rally i Ihe hospital said t h i s morning that here Saturday night, t h a t he had j hi? condition was good. three supporters "-- "' ""- " : i "draft." tomohllc at York a n d j c r a n s Hospital. Ko report on his condition was available today. However, it vas reported shortly a f t e r the accident t h a t he suffered a concussion, cuts and bruises. Sheriff Cridcr said Dirney is under Investigation on suspicion of i n v o l u n t a r y manslaughter. Vount vas employed as a me- Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther will continue as chief of staff to the supreme Allied commander in Europe. This Li the post he ha*, held under Eisenhower. Truman said In a statement: "I have ever;,' confidence that Generals Ridgway and Gruenther will mflke an outstanding team for our common and defense effort. Ridgway's appointment a n d Eisenhower's release as supreme Allied commander will become effective approximately June 3. The president itnid he was con- he on the job around the clock working on the grim ' assignment of compiling the list of those reported as missing. Names were made public as soon as the next of. kin was notified. An aide emphasized there | Seoul. Korea-Wl-Stormy w e a t h e r ; mi :ht he some errors in its lists. I today held air and ground action Th( ' mid-ocean crash was proh- j in the Korean War to a minimum. I abl - v th1 mnst disastrous naval j Allied night fliers had poor i collision since the end of World | hunting. The Fifth Air Force said ' W a r "· supply found the needed for M c M a t h had said previously t h a t if as many as three persons asked him to " r u n . he would consider it a d r a f t . He said he didn" have to leave home lo f i n d the trio--"1 have three l i t t l e hoys." The governor took note of c r i t i - cism of his f o u i - y e a r administration and said he had no intention of q u i t t i n g "in Ihe face of t h e ! abuse, the indignities, I h e a t t a c k s | and the harrassmcnt t h a t I h e op-: position has heaped upon m y ! head." | d u r i n g services World War I I . Funoral under direction of the "in accordance with General Ridgwaya desires." General Clark ;s now commander of Army Field Forces at Fort Monroe, Va, Thf president said Clark will continue in the Far East "the policies which have been so ably; carried out by General Rldjway. with regard to the United Nations action In Korea, including, if possible, the achievement of an honorable armistice." The Army announced that Clark's present post will be given to Lt. Gen. John R. Hodge, now commanding general of the Thirl Army at F.t. McPherson, Ga. NATO Appointment While Truman actually selected the man to succeed Eisenhower,. the formal appointment was made bv the North Atlantic Treaty Or- · ganization Council, meeting in Paris. As the council met fjr the first time since HE move from* London, its new secretary-general. Lord Ismay, told them they were to choose Eisenhcv-er's replacement and "in a way, therefore, this is a sad occasion." "Hut our hearts are filled with pride «nd gratitude for what he has done since he was appointed supreme commander f .i Europe," Luftennuel Funeral H o m e he Ismay continue "M "It may well led. C i t y police said i h e ( o l l i s i o n : chanic at Ihe Ford Motor Corn- occurred at 7:4:1 p. in. Saturday , pany here. He served in the Army when H i l l o n slopped his light i traclor at n stop l i g h t pnd a 1947 Chevrolet convertible driven hy ' nigcnouei r u n e r a i n o m c o i l "It may i"ell b e : t h a t vhen his- Forrcst. D i l l , :'G, of Fayetteville, | Prairie Grove, will he conducted ' uiry comes to be written, say 100 ran i n t o the rear end of the t i a c - i a t 3:.'!() p, m. tomorrow at t h e ! years hence, that the contributor. The tractor overturned, i Uigcnbucl Chapel by the Rev. | (ions which he had made toward I h r o w i n g Hillon 12 feel. Hoth ma! Jesse Coleman of Lincoln. Burial l e a v i n g peace will be acclaimed chines were damaged. Dill was chnigcd ".'ilh nr: driving and speeding. j w i l l be in Karmington cemetery, j as not less worthy of renov/n than He is survived by his wife; one , his contributions toward winning slcpr.on, mother. Anthony Sherill: his Mrs. Gertie Tucker of j Farminpfon. and one half-brother, Junior Turker of Springdale. of that conflict, Japan, -)nd the other nations which have ratified or will r a t i f y the peace treaty. The ceremony, in (act. marked | the General Assembly, it has been I ' the end of World War II for the ; his duty to keep nbrcasl of legis-j ' .V.P.u f ?'.?i i !!l;?.'i. t . h .?;.^t l f-- n Lj^l! Ialivo mailers d u r i n g the interim i ' Changes Recommended For Methodist Church San Francisco - f/P) - Recommendations for changes in the organization of every Methodist Church in the country come before the Methodist General Conference today. / They are baser] on an eight- year study. They are not to he i confused with a controversial sur- I vcy report which would revise drastically Ihe upper level o f ' church organisation. Debate o n ' this issue is scheduled late today. . the speaker for the next General Af-'semhly. To rialp he is Ihe nnly candi- Reds Handed "Overall" Peace Parley Solution Munsan - f / P i - T h r U n i t e d N ? «- tion Command today gave the Communists what it called an "overall solution" to the three critical issues blocking a Korean armistice. High Court Upholds Murder Conviction Italian Elections Are Marked By Violence the second world war." Eisenhower will leave Paris Details were not disclosed. R'lt the Communists, a f t e r acreeini* lo keep the full-dress np£°tjatjons date tn announce for the post. The j sccref, apked for an i n d e f i n i t e ref i l i n g deadline w i l l come on Wed- |erss. Presumably they w a n t to Washinston-'^VThe conviction of Mrs. Y v H t r .1. Madsen for thn m u r d n r of hr-r Army officer husband in Germany was upheld today hy the Supreme Court. The Brooklyn-horn b r u n c l t p is ! serving a In-yrar smloncr in the ' Federal Reformatory for Women . at Alderson, W. Va. · Her husband, Air Forco Lt. An| drew F,. Madron, was shot w i t h an Army .45-caIibor pistol October i 20, IfMfl. The shootinc followed a party at thr R h i r v - M a i n Air Rase. nosday. Cancer Campaign Workers To Attend Dinner Before Launching Annual Drive For Funds Poultry Market -- The poulto market today as reported by the University of Arof Science and the Dairy and About 25 workers will atlend n | are asked ot leave Iheir porch lijjhl i k i c k - o f f d i n n e r I his afternoon l o j " n so l h a t the solicitors will stop, launch Ihe a n n u a l drive for cancer-relief funds in Fayetievllle. Officers of the Washington County division of t h e American J R U h m i t the plan to Peiping a n d ! Pyon"yanfi. : Fir.;,. Gen. W i l l i a m P. NucUoIs,' U N . spokesman, said: i "The U n i t e d Nations Command i feels t h a t an overall solution to Ihe prohler.i is pnssihle and for .hat reason such an overall solution was proposed tortsiy." Constitutional Row Over Steel Seizure Speeds Toward Climax kiinsn.i Institute Technology and Poultry Market News Service of Cancer Socicly and members of Beta fiiRma Phi will altend the dinner at .VIS p.m. In Ferguson's DininR Room. A f t e r the dinner. | begin m a r k e t | villo. . members of P,ota Sigma Phi will their canvass of Fnyelte- the I). S. Department of Agriculture. Northwest Arkansas weak, demand l i g h t . continue heavy with n backlog otl.. · · ,,. .... -heavy birds reported In most ^tlevine. 0 f H a l s h o p e , o r a l . point* All prices f.o.b. farm "· I Wnsnlnslon County quoin on Ihose norted 1m in · n rrt t n d n v . I n (o 91 I t.,.« u i H u t . n. -- ...u- i Supplies j ^ n r canvass will bo conducted ..1.1.... n i l 'onlRht .inrl tomorrow night In Court-Mortiol Sentence Officer Is \V;if.hinj[lon-f/TVThe groat eon-! President T r u m a n , M i t u U n n f l l h a t M e nvrr P r ^ i d r n t ' sprnidnner relensod 1- T r u m a n V t hi er-week-old fcot/.urr of t h e steel i n d u s t r y m;irod on tn- Local Merchants Plan Special City-Wide Sale A n o l h r r cily-\vi-]e pair* w i l l h e : I n i i p r h e r l Thursday by t h e ret'iil j mrrch;mts of a.votteville in c j - l Komr-f/Pi-MalvV i n nl ooerauon ,,i,h t h e C h a m b e r o f | r 3 m p , H i K n rollc( f in Ualed i.'immpn'O. I he t h r e e - r t a v event i ,, . ^ , H i i will he l:no-.-n as "fieri Tag Davs."!^ 1 " ' nda ' V r ""° W ' ni! W( "*" 1 '"' m i _ . . . . . . i - . . . . . i "P 1 violence and iho largest Fascist demonstration since Wnrld War II. A crowd of A0.000 packed : Rome's Pin7.7.a del Popolo and : roarM approval yesterday as i Hlflrk S h u t veteran Aucust de M a i s n n i c h shouted ajifinst hoth Premier Alcide de Gasperi'?; "in! competent" Christian Democrat.'; ; ( and "thf* harnnric t a r t a r hordes" ; of Communism. I j A bomb bliisted t h r h r a d n u a r ' lerp of an .inti-Communist labor mnvt-mrnt in C a t a n i a , Sicily, yes- tn'day. and Neds who bolted the party last year had set up the op- ' position labor center. Home Demonstration Day Set For Wednesday Wednesday bus heen desicnated Merchrinis ' n k i n j ; part sale \\' i M o f f r r s pec' a 1 ha r K a i n pricey nn n i l mrrch;mrii-p marked vilh a rc'l t;i£ in t h f i r *torp*. Sp" 1 - ial v/indo'.v siickrrs w i l l lie displayed hy the p a r t i r i i a t i n y husi- ne.^o.:. Tho. S;I!P \ n promotion of 'he R e t a i l Morchiintri Co n m i t t r e of the Chamber of Commercp. A l b e r t Clohh is r h a i r m a n of th: suh- rommittee in charRi* of a r r a n g e - ments. about June I to return to inactive duty in. the United States, where ' he is a major contender 'or the Republican . presidential nomination. An Associated Press survey indicated there was no desire from any NATO country' lor anyone but an American in the job. The Euro- election j pp-j n nations feel such an appoint- ^'£ n i ment will help maintain U. S. in. ... . , , ^ tcrest in the buildup of Western ^" rt L LlJ 1 ^,^ 0 ^?". 01 ;!! : teren 5 e5 and v.-ill tend to suppress jealousies among the European nations. llou All solicitors in the city w i l l . have Cancer Society literature I and rte.ta SiRma Phi idenlificallon,! ?orrhl^ld U en.'ificaUon k 7o t ;uTMd ,, *»' Worth. Texas-W-MM. | oyer the mills. j ,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,.,,,,,,,. ,,, , h( , neainst unauthorized solcitaMon (en. h. r.. Anderson. commanfllnR i The lecal fiueslion was in Ihe provisions of the C o i i f l i t u l i n n , David Wilson, Kenersl c h a i r m a n KTMeral nf the Elehlh Anr Force, hands of Federal .ludj;c David A . 1 particular!*- those t h a i protect the ·f the county society, Is expected i today approved Ihe o o u r l - m a r l l a l j Pine in n case hrounht attend the dinner this a f l e r - 1 sentence of First 1.1. Verne Good-[ steel i n d u s t r y to force the ported up to 2 p. m. today, If) to 23 two nights. Persons who have any :o he. completed' bv cents, mostly 22 conn, I Amount of money to contribute I light. noon, as well as Dr. C.'oy K a y l o r . ' win of Biggs Air Force Base, F,l county d r i v e c h a i r m a n , and Mrs. \ PH S O Joe '-.airamorr- president of Beta j Th ' r A i r K ,,,, T n f ( i ,. p r w ., r son . P^r.c^'etive' ^"^ ""I'TM'"." '" '»» -·' -nMneme,,, the drive also sot under w,iv ' i" r '" 1 " rr "' p n y »"'! nishftnnrahlr today In the nlher rommunillM of Hisrharur from t h e Air Force hy WashiiiKlon Courty. It Is scheduled . « m ettf Air Force e o u r t - m n r l l a l corre- W h i t e I Women's Day in Washington Ian nii'hl. appeared to l a k e C''«ptv hy Mrs. H u « h W i l l i a m s . 1 a n a r r o w e r ucw of p r e s i d e n t i a l president of the county H o m e : powers t h a n sovornmcm a t t o r n e y s Demonstration Council. The day i d a y -- w i t h Truman himself s a . v i n c j d i d in n r c u m e n t - hefore Pine. i w i l l he a event of Notional Home I he had a right and d u t y to t a k e . T r u m a n said executive, powers. Demonstration Chili Week, ! M l R h l i R h t of Ihe day will be an ! open house nt the Oil-is 1-H Home nt the University. Council and by t h e ' r i g h t * of i n d i v i d u a l s . " He saut i l . s l a l c officers v.-ill serve as host: o v e r i ) - , w a s proper t h a t the cnurl* now: esses. An I n f o r m a l proarnm will Wednesday i for refusing lo fly last year on a I today, hut may hr delayed u n t i l I flight to Rngland. ' lomorrow nr Wednesday. jncnl lo M i n e n d e r Ihe seized l a - j , - i r e e x a m i n l n c Ihe legality of t h e ' he followed hy a tour of (he -»'tiw- . ;r.llui,lion. ! house. The open house w i l l open .ludKe Pine, n f l e r I n k m c I h e ; Holmes H a l d r i d n e , h i u i d l i n i r ' at 2 p. m. and laxl u n t i l V30 p m rnse under advisement lint l-'ri-, K o \ r r n m e n l a r R i i m r n l to uphold day, kept busy over the weekend' srijure powers, told .ludje Pine con.'lderinjt Ihe historic lecnMnst Friday t h a t the nation's chief arsumenls. HI" r u l i n g could come 1 pxpenlive had u n l i m i t e d .minority u n d e r the C'onjtitution and courts could not interfere. Thi Wiathtr-- rliy Arkansas-- Fair «nd mild Ihlf the'Odernoon and t o n i g h t ; tomorrow I portly cloudr «nd mllit. Corruption Is Termed Bureaucratic Outgrowth Washington - f/Pi - The president of the United States Chamber of Commerce declared today that corruption in Washington and the seizure of private businesses are natural outgrowths of "over- swollen bureaucracy." D. A. Hulcy of Dallas, in his keynote address lo 3,000 business leaders at the chamber's 40th meetina, blamed business men themselves for failure to resist the mushrooming government. "Our preat job today is to expose the idea of centralized nu- thority for exactly whit It Is--a throwback In the unsuccessful past, and a breeding place for new forms of oppression for the individual," Hulcy nald. Flnrrt On Weapon* Ch«rr» Sidney Carvill. ZO,. University sluricnl from Helena, was fined » total of $S7 this morninn in Municipal Courts-$SO for currylnj !» rnncenled weapon lind S? 6r speeding. He w»s arrested, early yeslerday morniin by city poliet, who said they found a 43 ciltbtr automatic in his car while making i rotttino arrest on I chtrfe.

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