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All r»A6ES 4U TODAY Reed by over 25,000 Daily J2ortl)toest IOCAI FO«CA$7-~ "·: Fjy*t!eviL »r.J vicinity .parti j c!oudv with i-eittersd thundeflhawers tonifhr snd torrmro*.*,- SHfhtly cooler Hlfh iemp«rature "caterday 23; low 31. noon today 82 Sunrise 3:2S: lunxet 7:02 The Public Interest Is The First Concern Of This Newspaper VOIUME 90, NUMBER 238 Associated Press Leased Wire FAVETTEVIUE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1952 AP, King and NEA fenlurni PRICE FIVE CENTS Filing Deadline Brings Out County Candidates Richard Greet Enters Race For Judge 1 W. S. Bronson Asks Election To Post . Of Circuit Clerk Two last-minute candidates .filed this, morning lor major Washington County political offices as the noon filing deadline for the sum- · mer Democratic primaries came ?nd went. Richard Greer, Fayettcville, present circuit clerk, filed as a candidate for county judge, opposing Villiam L. Bush and County Clerk Roy A. Sco'.t. The second last-minute candidate was W. S. Bronson, Fayetleville, who filed {or circuit clerk against Jackson G. Byrd. The first of the summer's two primaries will be held July 28. The second will be August 12. The slate in Washington County will | be, according to the unofficial list : of candidates compiled today: ! County judge--Sco't, Bush and j Greer. Sheriff--Bruce Crider, seeking | re-election, unopposed. i Circuit clerk--Bronson a n d Byrd. County clerk--Paul C. Davis, Fayetteville. unopposed. Assessor -- George McConnell, unopposed lor re-election. Treasurer--Clint Shook, incumbent, and John Kirsch. Tax collector--Ralph Taylor, incumbent, and Lloyd McConnell. · County surveyor--Cass Mulren- In, unopposed. Coroner--Edmond P. Watson, unopposed for re-election. Representatives--Clifton Wade, No. 2. and John William Murphy, No. 1, both unopposed for reelection. State senator--John W. Cloer, · Springdale, apparently unopposed lor re-election. District prosecuting attorney-Ted P. Coxsey, Berryville, apparently unopposed for re-election. Congratulates Veteran Comdr. T. C. Pipes of Eighth Naval District .Headquarters, New Orleans, congratulates William Imler, boatswain's mate second class, on his safe return from active duty in Korean wafers. Lt. E. F. i Meyer, who came here, with the commande^ for the annual federal j |oc inspection of Fayeltevillc's Naval Reserve unit, looks on. To Imlcr's left Seaman'liecniit Shirley Jean Kehn and Yoeman First Class Patrkia Smith. The v i s i l i n g officers carried out their inspection last night. (Carl TIMESFOTO). Seizure Ruling Stirs Dispute in Congress Many Lawmakers See Decision As Blow For Liberty Washington -(/P- A f e d e ral j judge's decision calling President i Truman's seizure of the steel mills j illegal touched off a move in Congress today to "make the ruling absolutely. air-tight on a much broader scale." Chairman Maybank (D-SC) of the Senate Banking Committee put it that way in telling a rporter he is h a v i n g legislation drafted which would "specifically outlaw federal seizure of any private property unless it were authorized by Congress in advance." On Ihe oilier hand, Chairman Murray (D-Mont) of Ihe Senate Labor Committee said the steel case decision handed down here yesterday by Judge David A. Pine "makes it imperative Congress grant the president the seizure power t h e . c o u r t says he t'oes not now have." M u r r a y added: "Fiven if it takes a constitutional amendment, the president must be ven the. authority." The District Court r u l i n g also 'fused fresh attention j.. moves in the House to start impeachment proceedings against Truman. Senator Bridges of New Hamp- Government To Appeal Steel Decision To Higher Court Peace With Japan Two More Candidates Step Into Race For Attorney Genera! In Last-Minute Filing Dr. Bunche To Discuss Peace In Talk Here Lecture By Famed U. N. Official Set For Tomorrow Night · Little Rock-dP)-Two new candidates entered the race for attorney general as the ticket for the approaching Democratic primary closed at noon today. __ Ren. William T. Purifoy of Camden withdrew as a candidate for the senatorial nomination from the 12th district and filed for attorney general. And Tom .1. .Gentry, Little Rock a t t o r n e y , alro entered to make the contest a five- man a f f a i r . i er, said, "I do not see how an j objective jurist could ha -· ruled [ otherwise. 1 feel Judge Pine should i be congratulated for his courage j in rendering such a sweepin.. decision so promptly." Decision Understandable Senator Willis Smith (D-NC), chairman of a Senate judiciary subcommittee which is investigating the legal aspects of the seizure ] order, said, "TiiO decision is quite understandable to me because 1 j had not been able to find any warranty in law or in the provisions of ^the Constitution that could justify any such far-reaching action by the president." the Senr.te Republican lead- Secretary nf State Dean Acheson puts the Japanese peace treaty In effect by handing over United I 'Mills Close As Workers Stage Speedy Strike Truman Aide Silent On Poss : ble Use Of Taft-Hartley Act Washington l/Pl-Federal Judge Lavid A. Pine formally ordered the government today to sive the nation's steel mills back to their owners as a wildfire strike closed the billion dollar Industry down ti-iht. Government lawyers Immediately moved to appeal Pine's action and seek a higher court reversal o! the judge's ruling thst President Truman's seizure of the steel industry--lo head off a walkout-- WHS Illegal. Across the nation, virtually all Ihe 050.003 members o tho CIO United Sleclworkors. at America were leaving their jobs ji history's quickest shutdown of the vital industry. States ratification to Adrian F i s h e r ' ( l e f t ) , U. S. S'.nte'Department adviser, during a ceremony.I ,. Pine ' s lormal order rettramlng in Washington. Standing between them is John Foster Dulles, chief architect of the treaty. (AP " c government from continuing the seizure and possession" of the Wirephoto). Eisenhower Wins Sweeping Victory In Massachusetts U.S. Officials Seek Reason Behind Attack By Soviet Jets On Unarmed French Plane The prospect for peace will be In addition to the county and j disrnsscd by Dr. Ralph Bunche, tcs United Nations offici district candidates, Candida filed their parly loyalty and corrupt practices pledges for municipal and township elective offices and for places on .he"county Democratic Central Committee. For a few positions there were no candidates. Among these were three City Council positions in Fayetteville and one or more positions on the party county committee. In a last-minute rush to beat the deadline, four Fayetteville city officials filed for re-election when Virgil Ramsey, chairman of Ihe county Democratic Central Committee, informed them this morning that the noon deadline applied ial and Nobel Prbe winner for his work in behalf of peace, in a public lecture at the Student Union ballroom tomorrow. The lecture, which will be given without admission charge, will begin at 7 p. m. in order to prevent conflicts with activities of Gaebale, student spring festival. Boslon-W)-Gen. D w i g h t D.« Eisenhower's popular vote tolal j passed the 229,000 mark in the j Massachusetts primary today, and . . a near-sweep of the delegate elec- Reprcsentative Bender (R-Ohio) lions virtually closed the gap he- said, "Judge Pine has struck a j (wren him and Ken. Robert' A. major blo'.v for liberty . . . I hope j Taft in their nation-wide race ! that Congress will not permit the j for the Republican presidential Washington -IIP)- United States* Three other candidate?--Clib \ dropping of this m a t t e r and will : nomination. officials pondering reasons Barton of Fort Smith, Paul J o h n - j press forward to assure the pres- | ]t was a l m o s t ' a shut-out by yesterday'.! Russian fighter-plane son of Monticcllo and Bun Reed | crvalirn of our constitutional; Eisenhower, his most convincing ] a t t a c k on a French a i r l i n e r .-i?rce of Lonoke had qualified previous- j rights." ; primary victory to dale. | on one t h i n g : It. opened the 1052 i The House Judiciary CnitimiUre The governor's contest also j r , ^ wound up with five contenders, .do about in resolutions before it, Eisenhower also got. n big D e m o - | l l l c Berlin-bound liner w e r e Dutch H. O'Neal. North Little " " '" ' J ""' Hock automobile dealer, who several months announced he would run. did not qualify. Gov. Sid McMath will he op- New Candidate : I Along with his overwhelming i scasnn of f P r i n * J' l l c r s in Europe, governor's contest also j plans to vote tomorrow on what lo | ro|ln | in (h( , n c p u hlj c ,in election, | f ' ollr nf tllc l7 I' ors " as aboard · · -- · : · about 10 resolutions before i t , ' Eisenhower also got n big D e m o - i " 1C Berlin-bound liner w e r e me of them calling for censure ; ,,,.), t i ( . vntC| h i j r n n u n h to put him ' wounded, on-? seriously. British. posed for rcnominatinn In a t h i r d term by U.S. Heo. Boyd Tackett of Nashville; Former Attorney General Jack Holt, whom McMath defeated four years ago: of the president and others for impeachment. House Republicans want, the resolutions sent, to a judiciary subcommittee for prompt study. Democratic leaders have made it clear they would like to see the measures tabled. in second place behind Sen. Fstes Kefauver, of Tnnessce, the expected winner. Massachusetts has 33 GOP con- French and A m e r i c a n high commissioners in Berlin immediately j protested the "unwarranted a t - j lack," d e m a n d i n g investigation: ·vention votes, and Eisenhower to- i i l n d compensation. day has 29 of them as a result of 27 victories and two previously al- Inl'.ed by agreement. Taft won GOP congressional leaders who j one delegate and also qot two hy A luncheon honoring Dr. Bunche j Attorney General Ike Murry, and j as i ie d not lo be named said they j agreement. The other six pic- . will he given Thursday noon in Chancellor Francis Cherry of j wero u r s i n g a go-slow approach j sumably will be uncommitted at i the Student Union ballroom. Jonesboro. 11 0 (he impeachment, idea, pending | 'be nomination convention in July. Dr Bunche is director of the' There were two last m i n u t e f i l - I outcome of the government's e x - ! Eisenhower's nation-wide dele- of Trusteeship of the| J"8s jn another sj^vjde "TM-- · peeled appeal from Pine's decision. | galejnlal moved up ^lo 205 as a acting United Nations mediator on Palestine in 1948 and 194D. In addition to the Nobel Prize. Dr. Bunche has received numerous awards from academic, organizations. I that for State Land Commissioner. ; Ira J. Golden of Little Rock, a ' former employe of Ihe state comptroller's office, qualified in opposition to veteran incumbent Claude A. Rankin. Shortly afterwards a pledge was ballot fee paid in the Probe Of Desfroyer Disaster Scheduled i result of the adriorl . dnlefi-'tlc?. Thion mnrp for Taft put his tally at 268. n l t h o u g h his managers aro rlniminc 305. Tho figurps, rompilrrt hy I h p A-:- Thc Russians ignored thp protest R and sent a count or-pro lest instead. They rhnrncd the plane; was not fly ins i n 'he mrrtdor per-' mitipf! nvrr Iho SnviH zone of j Germany. When thp French plane; failed lo follow a signal to land,! the Russians Pniri-, thp Soviet jots' fired across HP bow. O f f i c i a l s here were considering tv.*n possible--and opposite--explnnations: !. That t h p Sovir.t drlihcrrjtoly thp a t t a c k as a terror lactic, district, township, and county candidates. But Ramsey revealed this morning that this rule was changed last. March by the state party leaders. -He ruled that city candidates who did not file by noon today will not be national and international affairs. Before joining the staff of the United Nations, he held- positions with the Department of State. Office of Strategic Services, and Ot- Washington - UP) - The aircraft: ijdy committed to the- two ifcad- C. C. Smith of R u s s e l l - I carrier Wasp was limping home;j n j; Republican contenders, th himself did not ap- | today with all fil survivors of the' A popular vote that smashed all ! Hnhcnn sinking aboard. Mean-'record? in Massachusetts put these Except for races for governor, j while, a move was underway for dimensions to Eisenhower's vlo ' attorney genera] and land com-; a congressional investigation of, j nr y missioner. there will be a contest j the disaster. j i. His GOP write-ins alone were for only one other statewide s a l a - | The number of missing and ore- j more t h a n all the votes cast for ried position. That is for chief , sumed lost in the sinking of I h e , a ]| other candidates, both Republi' 1 - sociated Press, are based on dole-! to spread and tension in E u - i gates pledged, favorable, or pub- rope and thereby, perhaps, slow j circuit-Cleric Hit-hard Grcer an- down the unification of Western.; nounced as a-candidate for county Europe." 2. That thr. whole f h i n ^ was un- plannprl. perhaps the result of over-7.ealou=noss nn t h e part nf j Rush and County Clerk Roy tripper-happy f i g h t e r pilots sent j Scott. up to check nn the airliner. ! Democratic ballots this summer. fice of the Coordinator of Infor-| j ust ; c ' e n ( (ne Arkansas Runreme j dc.Mroyer turned minesweeper h a s j can a n r j Democratic, the mation, and also was assistant toi' C o u r l ( wnnre incumbent G r i f f i n ' b.-cn tentatively fixed at 17S. The I 2. Ho was r u n n i n j Six Red Migs Shol Municipal Judge. V. James Ptak, City Attorney A. D. McAllister, Jr.. City Clerk J. W. McGehee, and sity. The University's Committee on j Distinguished Lecture is spon- _ Alderman W. S. Heflin, all of Fay- soring his lecture^ etteville, filed for re-election, j However, three othr City Council n · D'.I. I ~~A**c- positions are to be filled in lhc I PriSOP RlOt Leaders election in November. Justices nf Peace For justices of Ihe peace, the! Jackson, Mirh.-i/P)-Riol leaders following persons filed: |E n r l Ward and Jack Hyttt and Prairie township (Fayetteville) j another mutineer were removed --Leonard B, Kendall, Dick Johnson, John E. Stevens, Dink McKinnon, J. C. Petlisrew, B. B. Bronson, Allan A. Gilbert, Jr., Eldo Cole v Marion E. Broylcs, Floyd Carl, Jr., Jack Johnson, R. F. Jackson. . Mtteral township, C. A. Telers, H.'t. Gilbronth; Starr Hill township, Ewell Napier; SprinRdnle, Albert Litternl, Lee Womack, D. H. Lauderbach; Illinois township. R. E. Spears; Rlchland, J. E. Bunch; Brush Creek, W. O. Davis. Leonard Stnnherry filed for Prairie township constable, and W. W. "Bill" Haws filed for constable in Starr Hill township. Filings for membership on the County Drmncratlc Central Committee were: Rlchurd M. Ardcmnunl, Tontl- town; James T. Phillips, Faycttr- vlllf Ward 2; Jcrnme McRo.v, F«y- I Moved To New Jails in secret from the troubled state l/rison of Southern Michigan today as a "precautionary measure." Warden J u l i a n Frishie said the three were removed shortly after midnight and taken to three sep- a/alc and unidentified county jails in Southern Michigan. Heber Springs. Reed paid his hal- j the figure, lot fee this morning after h a v i n g ; The Wasp seeking renomination present jobs. to their , later. the president of Howard Univer- s m i(h i s opposed by Neill Reed of j Navy said reehecks may change: nnn ahead nf Taft. and he had i n i 1* ' nearly fi!) per cent of the entire UOWfl 111 All knifed into the Hob-1 Republican vole. previously filed a pledge. .son d u r i n g night maneuvers in I 3. j n a number nf cities nnd Seoul, Korea-iff'i-United N.ilions With the exception of Mm ry. all ! m i d - A t l . i n t i c sens Saturday n i g h t , ] | 0 wns. ho led both t h e Democratic v.-nrplanes today shut down six incumbent stale office holders ! Splitting the smaller ship in two.; anf i Republican tickets. In BiMnn. Communist M I G - i . i jet lighters whose terms expire this are ; The Hobson sank four minutes' Kefauver topped him hy s.fl.lfi to ,-md damaged four in May Day eve 5.031. He br-M Taft in the capital by 15,212 In fi.Bll. Tabulations from 1.674 precincts out of 1.730 showed: Republicans F.lsenhnwer--22fl,rmfl Taft-- !!.«!) Mai-Arthur--2.! 20 Warren 1.MO Stassen--I,l6l. Democrats Krfanvcr--27,62!) Eisenhower-- IS, lf2 Truman--7.2S4 Taft--5.423 Dover--2,23(1 Negro Seeks Ofllcr Pine Blu'f, Ark.-M*)-A. -1. Tcn- m'ngton has become the second Negro in recent years to f i l e for public office here. Penninglon an- j nounced for aldcriTK.n from P i n e ; B l u f f ' s fourth wan! in the Demo- Tax Cut Proposed London-MVA resolution urging n reduction of Ihe government sales tax on long winter underwear has been introduced in the House of Commons by Lahorites an Win- _ terbr.ttom and R. E. Wintcrbottom. i cratir primary. bailies over North Kore.i. t h e U. S. Fifth Air Force announced. I.'. S. Sabre jet pilnK knocked flo-'n t h n h a l f do/en MKJs and damaged three in a f i c h t just south of Ihe Y n l ' l R i v e r l i:irdcr between M a n c h u r i a and K n r c a . A U. S. M,irmc Corps plane damaged a MIG in a n o t h e r encounter. possession steel plants came less than 34 hours after he ruled the president's seizure action unconstitutional and denied what h« called Truman's claim of ."unlimited ancl. unrestrained power." Assistant Attorney G e n aril. uiinec Baldrldgc, representing the government a tods/i order Issued, told the Judge Ms action would causa "incalculably" damage, . ' ' · · ' . . Baldrldge asked Pine, a Demo-- cratic appointee ol the late Frank-, lin D. Roosevelt, to · postpone ·. the effective date of his glve-back- the mills order, Pin.e-r.efuss£" ·',?" With Pine's ruling, .the final stop at the level of his court WMS service of the order on Secretary ot Commerce Sawyer, custodian of the mills for the government. '·· Immediately, BaHridge filed' notice.the order would be appealed. Presumably this will be done in the If. S. Court of Appeals and then laken lo the Supreme Court as quichly as possible if the appeals court allows the ruling to stand. Slrcl May Appeal "·;.: steel companies undoubtedly will appeal themselves if the higher court ruling goes against 'berg. Pine's injunction was a temporary one, to remain in. effect "pending a final hearing and .determination of the case." At the White House, Presidential Secretary Joseph Short said Truman was keeping in "very close touch with the situation" but declined to say what possible noves were under consideraticn. Short v:as asked.. specifically whether the president migM invoke the Tall-Hartley Act, but declined lo discuss this. Top stabilization officials told ncv.'smen they did not kno'.v what A . i ' b c government would do an effort to maintain steel production. Roger L. Putnam, eco* nomic stabilization director, hinted there might be a White House conference on the situation later in the day. : ! But he and Price Stabilizer El! lis Arnall both said they had not been in touch with President Tru- I m a n on the matter. I N a t h a n Feinsinser, chairman of 19 A m e r i c a n s A m o n g ! the Wage Stabilization Board, told n /· !r;porters: "All I .know is what.I Passengers, Crew i r c a d in Lhe papers ... . . ,, ,1 ID ' w i l h thc v ast steel industry R,o de Janeiro, Brazl]-lflV j s h u , l j n g df) ,,, n overnighti lhe gov . Search planer, combed vast, i i n e x - , ernment slapped an embargo on plnred B r a z i l i a n junrl';s and dcs- shipments of steel from ware- e r t - l i k e p l a t e a u s today f^r a l u x u r - ; houses lo producers o' civilian judge today, shortly before the 12 o'clock noon filing deadline. He will nppo's? Lt. Col. William Missing Plane Sought In Brazil Pan Stratocruiser which vanished en route to New j goods and to foreign countries. ! The National Production Au 1 - thority issued .the order within Teachers Or/ranlrr Little Rock-(/Pi-A union of Lit- | tie Rock teachers has hern c h a r - 1 For the largest, prettiest selec- j terr-d hy the, AFL American Fed-1 ion of drosses, sh"p Hunt's. (Adv.) i c r a t i o n of Teachers. : Almost m Oil Workers Walk Off Jobs Stevenson--1,2150 Russfll--A4!S, Denver-dTl-Ahout half the nation's oil workers went on strike l.-Km.v while localized negotiations continued in nn effort to break the threat to defense, Industry and | trnnsporlation. pacit.v was cut o f f . They hinted a spread of the w a l k o u t if « speedy settlement isn't reached. Only spot shortages nf gasoline ' for t r u c k s and auin t h r e a t e n e d Union officials eslimaled 44 pr-r' reported a Iwn-mnnlhs' supplv; rent of the nation's refinery ca- tlie New York Central enoush for SO days. I n d u s t r y nr.d utilities also have built up stock* "»nd some are ready to switch from oil to coal. Supervisory personnel helped It to thi hut both I Poulrry Market -- Merchants To "Paint Town" In Tag Sale York with 3D persons aboard. j |,. vo hours of Pine's decision ini Nineteen of t h e m -- t h e crew of i move to conserve the supplies on n i n e and 10 pMscnRcrs-wcre i **"* u "" ' l " determined wheth- · I er they will have to be diverted Amol ' K ' :lns ' from civilian to military use. : One searcher droned through the Outside of the courts, one fuf- nigh'. over the wilderness between ther course was open to Trumai: The \vnlkmit over wnccs nnd ; Irr.medlnlely. Slocks nre ,it n se.i- j keep n a l u r n l Bas flowing to thi" workinu conditions endort months j s o n n l hich. Bui Joseph A. Lcntz, t Midwest and F.nst fn,-1 ·--' ·--"- They're going In p a i n t Ihe town ..d tomorrow through Srilurdav. The poullr market today n» r e - . Well, m.iyhc not rpnte nil nf i t , ported by the U n i v e r s i t y of A r - . hut rno-l Kaycttrvillp reiail stores Kansas I n s t i t u t e of Science « n d ! will get x'n^nerom s p l a t t e r i n g . Technology and thn Dairy nnd Poultry Market Newt Service of the U. S. Department of A R r t c u l - fiii) de Janeiro and Helem hoplns to spot ;i liuht or a (ire '.I anyone survived in (he t.iinly populated wilds ed do'vn. Many more searchers, afler Rlv- in invoke lhe Tall-Hartley Act. J Phiiip Murray, president of tfte United Sleclworkers am the CIO. nip i litre. Norlhwr-! 1 ! Ark,ms.i:» .iie.r. M a r - ettfvlllo Ward 3- Gus C l i f t o n !"' Iruitlcss harfiainins and ROV- | ncm-fr rcfiional m.nnaser (or C o n - , vrre Ihrontened with up lo o 50 j West Fork' F.lmrr O r l f f l l h Wins- i ernmcnl nttempts nl settlement.. l l n o n t n l Oil, said i! lhe M r i k e con-' - ' low; Walter Brcwster,' Cove | Taking part Immodiatoly were llnuos lona ennuch, "we'll all ho Brcwster, Cre«k; D. E. R l c f f , Prairie; J. Trnvhltl, Cane Hill; C. A. Elms, Price; J. H. Dsvis. R(*d; Hugh CONTINUED ON PACE TWO nearly 1)0,000 CIO, AFI. and Independent union mpmhors In ro- fineries, pipelines nnd distribuliTM ' t h r e i t p n p d i v n l k o u t , h plan's. kel weak nnd drnvirallzed; demand ... .,.,,,.,,.. per cent cut in gas. " I l i B h l ; supplies heavy at .ill p o i n t s ; lhe event. The most optimistic nnlM r a m r j w l l h birds nvrr 34 pounds b u r - . Thr snlc walking and then they'll wltlo It." : from thf West" COASI. Workers ; densome; prlrps f o. h. f a r m re' ' ported to 2 p. m.-.hrnllrr* and fryrrs nil wriKhK 10-22, mostly Ifl-Hi. Rricht JT| tncs n t t n c h e d In m e r - , chnndlse In the stores will pro-; claim special hnrcnin price?; d i n - j ins t h e three-day, clty-wldf s a l e . , window Ivmnn* will ' . . . L d!-siiin.iie stores p:.rtlrlpMin R i n ! 1 " "»sh land «omewher« on \.-orkers get a contract along tie Railroads, a n l i c i p M l n j Ihe long pllnd dlcsr-l furl. The wprc told to f l a y in their jobs A» t s t o r k - ' n key part of the Korean War Santa Fe e f f o r t . here the plnne was belicv- j V ance, nayltig the union already has complied with Tatt-Hartlly prnvisioni. Murray declared the i,, R up lhe h u n t »t dark, returned slrlk! wollld "niint,.' until to Ihr nir .il dawn. The ursri'h '.vas spurred by hope j Stabilization Board Ihal the plane may have ncen able thn I b a r r r n pl.llean In mid-Brazil. n promotion if t h e ! Thp doublc;d e C k cct Boeing Retail Morchint? Committee of i Stratooriusrr, a peacetime dcvel- th« Ch.imhrr of Commerce. Hey- I nprr-ent from Ih* B-29 Super- don Lewis Is chairman ot lhe ' forlrrs, was thf lirsl plane ot Us /jroup. i kind to be MporlM nii53ln, llno.i recommended · hy Tht W*««nr-- \Va|« I \ Ark»nj«»--Partly cloudy IM warm this afttrnoon, tonlfht and tomorrow | widely tcittered thujh- dorshowers In the North and «x- tremo Wett portlcnjk ·

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