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16 PAGES TODAY Read by over 25,000 Daily Jlorttjtoegt 10CAI KMCAST-- ' FÂ«j"!t!evlllB snrt vtclnlrr Â«1nu.i.v Â«-lth _-c.ttÂ«reJ lhunrlÂ«r-. unrlm Â«:27; The Public Interest Is The First Concern Of T.iis Newspaper VOIUME 90, NUMBER Associated Press Leased Wire FAYETTfVlUE, AIKANSAS. THURSDAY EVENING, MAT 1, 1952 AP, King and NEA Features A U A r m a n W h ^ ^ l O ^ J l I l l d l T Â» I I Â·Ml Â· I I i - _ | _ J Â·Â·Sll^a^l 'Â· QIICiÂ»%sf Red Reply To UNi " Packa9C " Peacc Proposal Expccfcd Frlda * ; Munsan, Korea-MVTruce ne B o- I tutors scheduled a crucial session tomorrow to hear the Communist' n. i i ,K IT -i ,1 v .Â· . Rfiply t n ! h e U n l t P d N a t l o n s P a c k - I a*' proposal for reaching a Ko- I rean armistice. ' The Reds today asked for t h e : full-dress session after studying | the secret Allied plan three days, j There was, no indication whether tne Co """U"'s's would reject, a f . cept or make, a counterproposal. Blocking progress in the.- nearly '" m Â° nths old "foliations were lssues Â° P" sn "" exchange. Russian participation in nn armistice and rehabilitation of mill- tary airfields during an armistice. Brig. Gen. William P. Nuckols. U.K. Command spokesman, said the Communists announced this afternoon they were ready to meet tomorrow. The offer was accepted ' in i n minutes. ' ' The meeting is scheduled for 11 a. m.' Friday 10 p. m. Thursday. CST. It may he the decisive conj f e r e n r e o f t h e lengthy truce talks. 1 A f t e r receiving the package pro! posal Monday i n - a secret session i of ton negotiators, the Communists Â· asked (or a recess In studv it. The j proposal is understood to' make a ; sweeping solution to three remain- I ing unsolved problems. Leaves Officials Cut Of Rat, ' Could Be Certified Should Opposition Foil Jo Develop T h r e e Fayetteville aldermen whose terms expire this year and whn did not file for reelection Â· before the deadline yesterday-because they thought the deadline was 60 days away--stand a . chance of remaining !n office if Â» no other candidates file or if special action is laken. Aldermen Webb Williams, -lack Burge and Leonard Pratt f a ' k d t:i file before noon yesterday as candidates in (he summer primary. One alderman, W. L. Hef- . lin, filed, and so also did Municipal Judge V. James Ptak, City Clerk J. W. McGehee, and City Attorney A. D. McAllister, -Jr. , The latter three filed m i n u t e s before the .deadline, after County Democratic Chairman Virgil R a m - sey contacted them yesterday morning to inform them that the city filing deadline was yesterday and not in .June. Brin g$ 110At Springdalc-(Special)-The first crate of strawberries to he m a r - : keted in Springdale this season brought C. H. Davis Claud Coffelt Beats Deadline To Enter Race For Benfon County Representative Bentonville-(Special)-ln a last : two justices. Osage (Bentonville) m i n u t e move, Claud Coffelt. a far- : '" allowed six, Esculapia (Rogers) mer from near Decatur, filed for j Â£ a 11 TM'?'. 1 "even, and Hico (Si- Renton County representative Po- : R e n t 0 ' r - i i Â· Â»h* * ] n . W | . \?' . sition No. 2 opposing the incum- in the county where 'more "than bent. Otto Graham of Lowell. one man is seeking the position. ton S1IO--$60 of The berries, Bl. near Elkins, were sold to Thurman "S h o r I y" Parsons. The Chamher ' of Commerce b o n u s boosted the price hy $10 and the Central Market added another $50 bonus. vis ot Farming- . C Â° ffe |" A 81 ?' 6 " 1 ln the Legislature . Contests have developed for three it in honuses. I m thc 19 'Â«-oO term but w a s . o u s t - ; o f the six positions. Candidates lakcmores from i ed b - v Graham in the 1950 elec- | are: Move To Draff Gov. Stevenson Gets Backing Party Leaders Plan Campaign To Defeat Senator Kefauver tion. Clayton Little, a 'Bentonville ; No. I--W. D. .Jackson and Mar- attorney, is unopposed for Position , shall Bennett No. 2--James C. Clanton unopposed No 3--Cook and Nichols No. 4--Harry Pratt unopposed Harn unop- No. 1. The only other last m i n u t e f i l : i n g yesterday w a s A n d r e w , Nichols, who filed for justice of , the peace. Position No. 3 in Osage | No. 5--Edward J. township (Bentonville). He is op- ! posed j posed by R. O. "Bob" Cook coun- ] No. fi--.1. R. Blevins and Taylor I ty assessor, who is retiring from Bishon. I the assessor's office. i Only four of the seven positions ! Only 24 of the SO positions on at Rogers have been filed for the Quorum Court have been : Three men have filed /or justice' filed for. Each of thp 34 townships | at Siloam Springs. No other can- in the county are allowed at least Â· dldates have filed since Monday. Washington-(7PjA new move tn "draff Gov. Adlai E Stevenson Pratt and Burge, contacted this j of Illinois for a presidetnial nom- morning, said Ihey had u n d e r - 1 ination is under way among Demo- Gas Shortage Threatened By Oil Strike Some Union Officials Report Hopes For Speedy Settlement Denver - I f } - T h e nation-wide, strike of nearly 00,00(1 unionized' oil industry workmen went i n t o ; its second day today w i l h shortages of gasoline for motorists already reported in scattered areas. Some f i l l i n g stations in t h e ] steel-producing area of Gary, I Hammond and East Chicago, l n d , , j reported they were out of gaso-; line last night, less t h a n 24 hours; after the strike began. Other s t a - . lions were expected lo run o u t : today. Similar shortages were: cropping up elsewhere In the Midwest. The. Oil Workers I n t e r n a t i o n a l ! Union (CIO) in Denver, r e p r e - j sonting refinery and pipeline workers and heading a coalition | of 22 CIO, AFL and independent oil unions, said "the most prom- r-.-t j ,__, _ , I "Â«Â«--":. u i a n - i H - ; - j u c K Bishop, ising" negotiations were going on JL YdVel JL 0 litVe ' f " sitive f r o m thp Arkansas stats in San Francisco. PRICE FIVE CENTS Count 7o Bar Pay Increases . . A W Q l f Tuck Bishop Bound Over To Utah Court In Pislol Slaying Of Two Fellow Miners Tooele, Utah-(/P)-Tuck * stood that municipal candidates have un!' 30 days before the primary to file, although other candidates must file 90 days before the primary. They said they were not informed of a change in rules until yesterday. Williams could not be reached by telephone. Frank Newell, of Little Rock, state party chairman, this morn- . inÂ£ confirmed that the rules have j he ''could besn changed, making the dead- dcntial line the same for all candidates. But he said the present aldermen will remain in office if nobody runs for their offices in the November election--since they must serve u n t i l a successor is "duly qualified."" Also, Newell said," if someone does run in November for the three positions, the county Dem- crats opposed to Sen. Estes Kefauver of Tennessee.- Tht? move has the backing of some national party lieutenants, whn have shown their ability in | maneuvering for candidates of j their choice in recent Democratic conventions, particularly in the J selection of vice presidential nominees. \Prohibited prison farm, was bound over here yesterday to District Court on a first degree murder charge. Under the name of Carl R. An- dprson. Bishop IF accused of the Washington-OT-The State De-'' 8 t i " sh Â°Â° linE "' ' t w o I"'"* 1 TM"" partment today banner] American travel in ri\e Iron Curtain roun- Stevenspn has said emphatically not .accept" a presi- ninitfitjn since he is running for governor of Illinois. But Washington friends believe the governor tempered that refusal by saying recently he would be "flattered" if the party decides he could be of more service in the White House. Their belief that Stevenson might be available -- under some circumstances -- is bolstered by reports that calls from party lead- ocratic Committee is empowered to nominate a candidate. Neweli snitl it is his opinion that the committee would have to nominate the incumbent Democratic office-holders. Party rules provide that vacancies in a nornination may be filled br county committee, county convention, or a special primary. Former Resident Takes Own Life Near Paris at all will be permitted, j A department -announcement called attention to "the dangers! of traveling in countries where-' acceptable standards of protection ! do not prevail," Travel was banned altogether in China, Hungary and Czechoslovakia in a continuation of previous department rulings. Officials naid thp union in t a l k s with Shell Oil had trimmed its original demand for a 25-rrnts hourly wage boost to 22 cent? and "a lot o f ' o t h e r compromises are being kicked around." The average wage in the indus- , try now ranges from $2 to 52 10 mates at an Ophir, Utah, mine j hourly; camp April R. His court-appointed, 1 Cyrus S- Ching, chief nf the attorney said Bishop likely would 1 Federal Mediation Service, had be arraigned on the c h a r s e ' M a v ! pretHcted 3 PÂ° ssib!e nation-wide 12 * . ' | pattern for settlement from an agreement he said was reached al Two Arkansas Marines, Sgl. Bobby n. Vales j l l e f t ) of Lincoln, nnd Pfc. .lamrs L. .lohnson, Jr.. of W a r r e n , f l a n r l by for today's atomic bomb lest near La.- Vejias. They were among 2,150 men in two Marine- b a t t a l i o n s whn p n i t l ^ i p a l e d In maneuvers this morning during which an atomic bomb was dropped. ( M a r i n e Corps phOio.i, Marines Undergo First Experience With Atom Bomb In Blast Near Las Vegas, Nev. Bishop failed Christmas furlough'froi o return after B | Standard Oil of Indiana's Sugar ' bornb blalt^WrThe'Nevada^QEsK r-Â«.i. M o _ re fi ncr y, today gave the U. S. Marines their ; " 1. He was serving n ]j/e sentence for the slaying of two of four men ers here to the governor have not brought any flat refusal to accept j j a draft, i Willing Candidate _ . . , m The same dav, however, K.P- Paris, Ark. -(Â£Â»)- A Pans busi- j fauver may be collecting a large nEssman missing since Tuesday j chunk of Ohio delegates. He has Five countries added to the restricted travel list .are -Russia, Poland, Romania, A l b a n i a - and Bulgaria. The department safd it will' allow trips' to those' countries They think that, if the Repub- j onl ^ for ^e^imatej-easons." licans nominate Sen. Robert A.! ~*~ Tafl ot Ohio, Stev.enson would become a willing candidate. As the situation stands. Senator Kefauvpr seems likely to go into the Chicago convention with the largest number of delegates committed outside the South. Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia may top him--with strictly Southern delegates--if Russell wins in a popularity test in Florida's primary next Tuesdav. I District Librarians To ! Meel Here Tomorrow he shot down on a Ark., street in 1943. Springdale, Library officials from the third i and f i f t h Arkansas congressional Bishop's release on furlough, and later his implication in the deaths of (he two miners touched off a "wave of criticism -in Arkansas, The feeling centered in Northwest A r k a n s a s , where Bishop was convicted on two counts of first degree murder. At the time he was released he was serving a l i f e sentence. The second life term was to have started in the event t h a t Bishop should be pardoned, or paroled- on the first. Governor McMalh, McMith Disputes jfVord Of Highway Engineer ... - '-''tie Rock-W)-A stater-.ent by Las Vegas, 75 miles southeast of Governor McMalh on the letting the site. ! of contracts for the nnv high'vay There was no sound heard n o r } program thlt vrar conflict- with WEp'^hn^ m. WB , no mov, day was not as larce 35 the hig i B w "- v kiwif" Alf Johnson.! lo get the men back lo Work and . . .first., experience in. nuclear- warfare maneuvers. The detonation came at 10'30 a.m. CST. It dropped bomber. was a weapon from an Air Force The flash was seen in Protest! Between 2SO anc) 300 members of the CIO union met last night and voiced protest ol Ching's announcement. They said the reported agreement was false and put them in the role of strike breakers. The CIO union branded the announcement by Ching ''an absolute untruth." Ching h a d said t h e a g r e e m e n t . . . . - . ,. provided f o r a IS-cent hrmr | v ! ""e A p r i l 22 m which A r m y Hoops i M c M a t h said yMterrtay lhÂ«t "M *age hike and the union's differ- pa ; ll "P9 t( f , I!" 5 ' s 'Â«.nno of the new S22.- ential demands. I Bul lno bix b i l l o w i n g mushroom j 000.000 highway program will be hers in Northwest Texas last n i s h t | ThÂ« a rfnnrf wac tTn^nri* Jlfth^if^,!/'i '' nnrKnn -'aid last Sunday t h a t , ir.e cloud was tinker! w i t h pink nn | v S9 ,nfjn,non ,,[ ih e pro-ram Turn Mills Bad To Government Action Temporary Pending Outcome Of Federal Appeal ; : WaEhins.on-Wi-Thfi steel companies asked the II. S. Court of Appeals today to bar the government from giving stnclworkers a wage raise while i! holds their, seized plant?. Fighting againsi this. Acting Attorney General Philip Perlman told the court the steel .strike would be over by no*.v except lor this industry maneuver. "If it hadn't been for this very, motion to forbid a wage boost the men would be back at work this morning," Perlman said. Several judges Immediately asked him it he knew t h a t f.or a fact. Pcrlman said: "It ir based on information that jp prctt.' accurate." The implication appears to be that CIO President Philip Murray i linl Riven the government tome assurance he would end the strike if government seizure could continue find (he government vas free' lo give, his 650,000 stechvorkors 'i pay raise. The Circuit Court acted lilt' night to continue government sat*' ztire temporarily , In effect until the Supreme Court says whether it will rule on the question 'df whether President Truman had au'- thority to take over the Â· liUs, Â·'*' The court stayed an order fro'rfi"- U. S. District Judge David A. Pine ' that the mills must be returned' I to thoir owners. Pine had ruled the seizure illegal. "" Â· Perlniin .lo.ld" the appeals court' that if the government was to b barred from raising v.'agej "we might just'as well -have' no stay order at all." Actually,- the sleei strike was on 1: full force today. Unicn pickets .vere about the mills,.' even chough .technically they were striking against the government. Murray .Silent agreed to a new contract with the and orchid coloring. It d r i f t e d F'hillips Petroleum Company. The has been found dead. The body of John Knox. 50. n partner in the Hixson - Knox Broiler and Feed Company, was a 32-vote slate running in the 54- vote Democratic delegation. Former Sen. Robert Bulk-ley has a 54-vote slate in the field, so districts will hold their spring meeting; tomorrow in the Civic Club rooms in the Fayetteville City Administration Building. The meeting, agreement grants a general wage increase of 15 cents an hour, retroactive to October 1, 1951, and night differential pay ranging from 4 to fi cents an hour in the afternoon to fi to 12 cents at night. the Board of Parole and prison! Most of the struck facilities much of the criticism whom public officials and citizens was directed, has denied all blame, insisting a southeasterly direction from the bomb site. There was considerable public put under contract this ild year. The governor said "all the work superintendent were at fault. the theme, i "Our American Heritage." will be- j New University Head To Visit Saturday were closed down today The rlos- j ing came in orderly fashion, as re- i n( , \,\ Kf i from t h quested by the union. interest here this lime, rooftops o f ' t h a l was programmed prior to the the postnffice, some stores and '. ln -"' program will be let within the hotel buildings being do'.tcd with Â· next 60 days." rvatchers. The Lap Vegas Review-i -- Â»- Journal had n riozen or mire calls before the blast, inquiries abrtut the expected time and direction of zine, 21 miles south nf Paris, by two sightseers last nisht. His wrists .had been slashed. A razor blarle was found near the body. Knox's car was parked about 50 yards away. Logan County Sheriff Pete Car- I ter said Knox had taken his own j Ciinftf life and that, no inquest would be 11111111 necessary. tional convention votes left over. ! Rulkley's backers have tried in j vain to get Stevenson to let them link their slate to him. They also I Names Of Candidates Omitted From List . , have failed to interest Gov. Frank I Mamn Miller, Fayetteville. Lausche of Ohio. Knox u-as a former Fay ell e- vjJle resident. He lived here d u r - ing- 1050 and 1951. Mrs. Knox was superintendent of nurses at the County Hospital. General Transferred Fort Smith-f/P)- Maj. Gen. David L, Ruffner reviewed about 3,000 troops as he relinquished com- Military Bases Sought gin at 10:30 with a welcome by ,1. R. Kennan. Fayetteville, and response by B. L. Kirksey, Rogers. A pane! discussion will be led by Mrs. .1. Frank Holmes, Prairie! Faculty members, student;, and Grove. Miss Mary Sue Shepherd the public will have an oppor- j tunity to meet the new president! Names of the following candi- of the University and his w i f e ! rtates were omitted by error in next Saturday morning. j yesterday's story listing those who Plans for a m o r n i n g reception , filed for this summer's Democratic honoring Dr. and Mrs. .lohn T. j primary in Washington County: were announced t o d a y ' by Provost Joe E. Covington, act- Youth Volunteers For First Rocket Flight Two Marine combat b a t t a l i o n ? -- totaling 2,150 men -- were to advance f r o m foxholcr a n d . trenches less I r a n four miles Washington - i/Pi - A Mexican away a f t e r the detonation. ymith today offered himself as , j , Â· Iamcs rs. Karl Neal, Little Rock, Hillard, Fort Smith, and The xroup vv ii| Washington Hotel. begin at session . public is invited to attend meeting. lunch at the The afternoon I Cil ldwelT The Washington - (S) - Congress was : i asked today to authorize con- Istruction of a $31,165.000 air base i near Little Rock and $16.203.000 ' for reactivation of the Blytheville | Air Base. ! These two Arkansas projects and S4fil.00n in construction at Camp Chaffee, near Fort Smith, were included in a bill sent to 5 Rolarians Hear Talk By Walden On C Of ( the ing The Maurice . . . . . ,,-. .."Â·" j Whitfield. president of the University. I ,, ,, reception, lo be held from I "Â· Kays ' i n a.m. until noon Saturday, will be held in the Student Union. All faculty and staff members of the University, students, and the public are cordially invited. Dr. and Mrs. Caldwell will arrive in Fayetteville late tomorrov C. mand of nearby Camp Chaffee yes- j Congress by Secretary of Defense terday. il-ovett. Communist May Day Terrorism Touches Off Bloody Tokyo Riot, Berlin Demonstration Bj The A.-!socir\tfri Prws RJnt.i, slrikrs and rival demonstrations hy Communists and non- for their first visit lo the campus Clint Walden, president of the since hiÂ« recent election to thp Fayetteville Chamber o Com-. presidency of the University, mcrcc, was t h e ' f e a t u r e d speaker While on the campus Dr. Caldwell a, the noon meeting of the Lary , Â£Â«',, ^^s^e^'S Renner, W i l l i a m .. A. G. Harlan, James ul Young, Jr., Morris G. Collier, Charles E. Buxton, for Prairie township justices of the peace: .1. F.d Rogers, Prairie Grove justice; G. W. Wilson, Greenland, and Boyce Owen, justice; and M i t c h e l l Crider, Greenland, coni- mittceman. Die Weather-Arkansas--Partly cloudy and The bomb was again scheduled to be delivered hy nn Air Force R-50 from Kirklami Air Rasn. Albuquerque. N. M. II was indicated t h a t it m i K h l he exploded at 2.i)DO feet--1,50n lower l h a n t h e blast in last week's A r m y m a n e u v e r . Apparently it was. .Several hundred nbsr, v-i c^mr. from the Marine Corps and n t h n r m i l i t a r y i/i:;Ul!aliftn." in th" con- t i n e n t a l U.S. lo view thp t/*M from 10 miles aw.iy. Newsmen wrre not invited nn t h e Atomic Ennrsv Commission lest site for this shot. Named TiÂ» Board L i t t l e nnck-l/Tl-riovernrir Mi- M a t h today nnnoun''' l d the app o i n t m e n t of H . i m i l t n n Mc.N'?il. Little Rock, to the Aricnn.w. IVn- t o n l i a r y Board. He s u - r r c d t John told reporters in Pittsburgh: "There is nothing I have to say." Secretary nf Commerce Sav.-yer, nominal government boss of the' mills, conferred at the While : I House w i t h President Trumjn and presidential aides, but had n.O' Immediate announcement except that he would see reporters la tec m the day. During Penman's argument to the Circuit Court, an attorney foÂ« the steel companies interjected at one point that there W2re reports President Truman would announce a pay raise at an aftcr:.Â»on news' conference. : 'Â·"Â· ' Perlman gaid: "No such nn- nounccment will be made this afternoon." . 'Â·It's Ihe responsibility of thÂ»? c a n d i d a t e for a rocket ride f a r ! government to set the men back ttf above the earth--to "carry for- . work under federal control," Perl'" w.ird" American Air Korc f . e x - ! man told the appeals court. "An.i we'll exercise t h a t control." Workers picketing the idle steel mills said they'd stay on strike u n t i l the confused situation clari-' : flPd. . . Â·- ; Thr seizure actually was wiped pmmcnts already tried w i t h a n i - m a l rocketeers. The A i r Forrp. to which the o f f e r was relayed, declined with i t h a n k s . ' The volunteer i d e n t i f i e d himself , as Carlos Gonzalez Correa. 23. an ' o u t for something less than nine! engineering student in M e x i c o ; hour.-:./Although Federal District Judgf David A. Pine ruled Tuej- day that Truman's April 8 sefeuie order -vas unconstitutional, he didn't slvn Injunctions to end the ;ei7iire until mid-morning Wsdnes- City. He asked t h a t , "If t h i perimcntÂ« nre Mjccessful," his way be paid throufih Msssachu- sells I n s t i t u t e n( Technology, "which h.t5 p|uMy5 been my great- r.-;t .ispir-ilkrn." continued warm. Wideiy scattered I P. Keel of Pine 1: Cluh today. Walden delivered a j T ncv w i n ) M v r Sundav for their lr -"ndershowers lomo-rnw and i n ! signed. i l i . f l , v ho Ncrn 15 Tandifliitf Hope. Ark.-l/T'-The f i r Â« l N In seek ;i public or p.irly posl in several years has filed as candi , "flannel-board t a l k " or I h e i return tn Montevallo. Ala., where l n c korthwest and extreme West achievements and objectives of t h e j Dr. Caldwell is president of A l a - portions this aftf- r noon and to- local Chamber. j h a m a College. l " i c h t . In introducing his subject \Val- ; den pointed out to t h e Club t h a t : t h e Chamher is stai'ting a drive for members next week. This drive is not only for new members, he said, but for d e l i n q u e n t members For t h e Ini'Rcst. pic:tic:M .' tion of dresses. s h"i H u n t ' s ( A d v . i I I d a t e for delecalc lo Ihe Hempslead ' Democratic Cnunty Convention. : F.. D. noiig'la.t, a school cr. day. Government attorneys immediately headed for the District Court of Appeals, got til nine '.'Â·' judges hearm? th* case, and by New York readied a parade | and those whose subscriptions arc Varsity Show To Open U Of A Festival d t u k obtained a stay of Pine's injunctions. The slay may endure for weeks, u n t i l a f t e r an appeal i.' ruled upon by thf. Supreme Court. Oaehale, annual spring slurienl down F.ishlh Avenue with I.SOO police and detectives tn watch Communists flared around the ; B u t Ij0uif Wcinstnck, orf-aniwr of world this May Day as the w o r k - 1 ! h p , (1 Â° mhinrl Communist and of the world--far from united --showed their colors nnd shouted their creeds in the cold war. Tokyo was blooded w i t h violent riots. Tense Berlin, guarded hy pollcr and troops, stnRcd rival rlemonstrnllons w i t h i n night of Â«nch other. Â· Soviet Prime Minister Stalin mi- tlienlicaled pro-fied celebrations hy appearing Â«t L,cnln'Â» tomh to wttrh Snv|Â«t,-night troop through ReI Square. leftist demonstration, was slated for another day In court, where he is on trial with IS other fee- nndary ned leaders. Singapore wnÂ« a contrast. About 5,000 Chinese, Indians nnd Mn!Â»y. observed the International labor holiday by saying prayer* for the dead of the two World WÂ«rÂ«. at the lowest levels. In giving the t a l k W a l d e n m n - ' n p c n tonight w i t h lined the Chamber's program under six headings which included frslival at thr University, will t h e v a r s i t y show. "One Touch of Vrnu.Â«." Dickson to thp campus. l A b o u t 15 cars, b u i l t by members | The f i i s l sweetheart of thr I ' n i - the wnrk biiildins A better economy, n ' m e n t , better bu*lnÂ«. service find bcinÂ« better done toward c o m m u n i t y , a hotter ftovern- n Tokyo munlsts, t h r throwing JncVs, bun pnllre llnrf ii^nn Â» pfÂ« Red crowl of ,100,000 thousnnd.i of Com- inging cltths And burst through ble non,100,000. Following the parade Ihe a n n u a l of campus o r g a n i z a t i o n s , arr e x . vrrsity will he selected at the Gaebale carnival will he staged peeled to h e - e n t e r e d in the r a r e . ' Gacbalc Beauty Sho- at * n m on the campus just across from the Tom W i l k i n s o n i.- derby dire-tor. The show -ill be staged I n ' t h e f i e l d house. This will be the f i r s t ; A modern dance reviie w i l l be Greek Theater for 8:30 at t n = G r e e k , t i m e t h a i the c a r n i v a l , , major presented hv 12 s t u d e n t s f r o m Dr. .lohn Tyler C a l d w r l l feature of Gaebale, has been held j Texas Stale follcgc for U'umcn p i c s i d c n t of the I.'nivcrsilv -' night. Shows will be presented .-.! .Vpn. The revue w i l l be held in he i n t i o d u c c d at In* Rc.iutv Ihe Fine A r t s Center Thcalci Soviet Readers Told Of American Election scheduled Theater. The play kicking off the s i x t h a n n u a l C-aenate will have Â« c a s t ; by 24 cÂ«mpus nrganlzfltionj. Moscow . I,TI - Soviet readers were given their first picture today of the current United StatM i presidential campaign, and . their "TMJ i first announcement that President "'"' j Truman jays he will not run (or Increased publicity for the a r e a . , 0 ' 72 ' " is rii r' v '' lprt by Norman I Saturday morning Â· rrmptlnn Is being sponsored h DeMaren, manager nf thÂ« F I n e , for Gacbii'lf director* and visiting Arts Center. . dignitaries w i l l be held In thr F,Â»rthqnÂ»kf Foil The second event of Ihe (Mlival Student Union al 10. Rul led tours Kl Reno, Okla.-f/Pl-Twn ulight will he Miirdl Oras-stylc cos-'of the rampim will he conducted e a r t h q u n k r tremor* Â«hnok F.I Reno i tume parade through Ihe business by Alpha Phi Omega nitllonil tnclfl.v.-lhe n i n t h time since April 0. The first q u a k e wÂ«* felt Â»t 4:SO a. m. und the second n t 7:M a. m. No dimiie wÂ«j reported. rtlstrlct d n r t l n g Â»t (I p. m. lo-'iervlre f r u t e r n l t v f r o m P lo morrow. A f t e r mnvlnt around the I The Â« n n u Â« l V,Â»ehÂ»l Souare II will prnreed drwn mock D e r b y will he held en't A t h l e t i c Department. t h e Worn- l t r n d will m Â»ke short t a l k . Ill br 10 vi Also XÂ«v|cr Cug.it and hlÂ« nrchestrn year foolhnll ichfdulf. Snm Wood will play for the CJdebnle concert, i and .lohn Park McC.lnty are Mr-ail- which '.vill be held In the - Â· - ' Â· -house M fi;,10. Tickets for I h i TM.. I ?Â« X ! TMmm.rlÂ«eH the current U.S. litlcnl picture and evaluated field con' i c r r l . ., , . , . _ . arr on sale at. the Siiidenl morrow.^ A f t e r mnvlnt around Ihf I _ The a n n ' i n l O B c h n l r noaphox | Union, Collier's Priig S u r e and _, Â· " n M Â» p l f : R r r t C:rns; time stoic P a t t v M u r Street tn Dickson and west on.Streel it 1:30 Saturday afternoon, i phy Is contrrl director. ' " ty Show directors i f i i t n l ' s nreheilm will piny for , t h e G u r b a l e RÂ«ll from (l:,in p. m, i" I0:,'tn .1. m Â«n Ih' 1nlvrnlly t c n n l - r n u r i - . Di"Â» I l n r r t l it. dl; rector o! the ball. Â«. UW chnncej of Gen. Dwlght D. ElÂ»Â«H- hnwer's candidacy (or thl Rtpvh" llcfln nomlnntlon. . . . New Times cancludM-UMt victory win BO to thÂ«.cihdMitÂ« \vhb cnn hÂ«.Â«i persuade thÂ« Artericer voters he standt (ot J.