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M PAGES TODAY Read by over 25,000 Daily tout raaasr-- '·?·! «!oujy, wifely Kiitott* tri toniiht ui« tomormr. cooler tomorroir. Hifh iMiy, nwn M, low U. ·UBMI 7:«. Tfctfub/ie Interest Is Tfce Pint Concern Of Thh N*wspop*r 90, NUMBER 243 Auociottd Prut Leattd Wir» FAVETTfVIU!, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, EVENINO, MAT *, 1*52 AP, King and NEA halum NKI flVlCMt* iiy buses Charge Of Single Ride Raised To 15 Cents Person « Effective Saturday of. this week, tides .on city buses will cost more. The'City Council last night adopted an-ordinance-which raises the fare for adults-from 10 cents to K cents, with fare to 12',4 cents per ride' for those wishing to pur- chase'tickets giving them (2 rides lor ^1.50 it used within 30 days from-date of purchase. Fare for children under 1'. year.; of age will be 10 cents, or 12 rides for $1. High school students i.an. ride for the same fare as children under 12 between the ho .rr of Y a. m., ·nd 5 ?. m., Monday through Friday of the school year. For those riders going to Greenland, a fare of 15 cents lor the distance, from Purdy's Market to Greenland will be. charged in ad-, (iition. to the 15 cents charged to go as far as Purdy's. 'At present 11 cents is charged to ride to the market and 15' fror theie on. Children under 12 will not be charged an extra fare when riding into or out of the city zone. H. W. Younkin, owner of the University City Transit Company, Inc., said the fare increase is necessary t'o receive a fair re- lurn on the investment and continue bus service at its present level. The ordinance regulating fares was adopted at his request. . Another ordinance, to make it illegal to hawk or cry wares on j the Square, one block from the j Square or on Dickson from Arkansas to Block Street, was proposed by City Attorney A. D. McAllister, Jr. Alderman Williams moved that the proposal be sub- .mitted to the Retail Merchants Committee of the Chamber of Commerce for recommendation. The Council decided to follow ·a yearly custom and al' .w trucks hauling, strawberries to park between Locust and Church Streets on both sides of Center Street, during berry season, without ireter charge. Alderman Williams -was elected tt'ayor pro tern to. serve while Mayor Powell M. Ehea is out of .town, and-the next Council meeting date was set for the fourth Monday in May--May 26. Strawberry Harvest Near, With Shortage Tomatoes Under Of Pickers Likely, Federal Service Reports The strawberry harvest' is expected to get .under way in the Fayetteville-Springdale area about May 15, with average crop conditions and a shortage of labor, the Employment 'Service announced today. Hot, dry weather caused the berry crop to mature very rapidly, the report stated, and a strong demand for pickers has developed in all areas except Northwest Arkansas, where the crop has not .yet started to rnovc. ' A shortage, of workers is expected in this area, however, when the erop does begin to move next week. . Quarantine Are Elsewhere in Arkansas, straw- I berry pickers were already in de- | fnanri this week. Picking is at the I peak in the Horatio-DeQueen area, i It began yesterday in the Cabot' area and will be general in the McRae,-Bald Knob, and Hussell areas by the middle of this week. .In the Marshall and Van Buren areas, major crop movement is expected to begin about May in. · Persons who desire to work in the harvest are advised to contact an Employment. Security office. In this area the offices are located in Fayetteville, Springdale, and Rogers. , ·· Convention Of U.C.I. Will Be Held Here State Group To Be In Fayetteville For Three Days The state convention of the United Commercial Travelers will be held in Fayetteville Thursday. Friday and Saturday. About 125 delegates and their wives are expected to attend. Airline Pilot Sends Help To Stranded Trio Chicago-f/P)-An a l e r t Trans World Airline pilot, with 12 pas- s_engers aboard his plane on a Health Department Official Reports Hunt Unsuccessful An official of the state Board j of Health said this afternoon that \ approximately 15,000 cases of j quarantined tomatoes have disap"1 pcared from two Washington j County canning plants and t h e j owners have declined to say where they went. H. I/. Austin of Little Kock, head 01 the Food and Drug Division o' the Board of Hcal'iii said 5.700 cases of tomatoes were quarantined last September 5 at the D a v i s Canning Company, Cin- cinatti. Mine thousand and 682 cases were quarantined at the Hilton Canning Company,. Mayfield, August 30, Austin said. All of the cases contained No. 2 cans, rescue of three men ; disabled cabin crui: Michigan. The Coast Guard rescued the men -- all unharmed.. Their 25- fnot boat became disabled late last night when they were about three miles from shore. Capt. Jess E. Henslee, a TWA pilot for more than seven years, saw * series of white flashes while flying across that of these approximately 15,000 cases there are onl, 200 left --all at Davis'," Austi.i said. "We've alerted federal food and drug agents and other slate officials in an effort to locate these tomatoes," Austin said, tiu-s Tne Foocl antl Dru * Division the lake from "South"Bend," Ind.,! has met with no success in its the last-'slop before Chicago. He i efforts to press charges against the dropped to the minimum altitude | canning plant owners, Austin said. Voting Heavy In Floiida ** ' \ ' " ·-..:·?**, And Ohio In Hot Contests n j r \ ~ ~ i T ~ · r- Russell Takes Koad Department Firm In "No Lights" Stand Director Says No Slops On Bypass Planned Drive Under Way Youth Hunted .Near Hartford Breaks ^.oose From Officers Hartford, Ark.-(P)-A heavily armed youth who disarmed a constable and a deputy sheriff and . then escaped in the deputy's prowl car is being sought by Sebastion County authorities and Arkansas state troopers. Sebastian County Deputy Sheriff Dave Sclph of Greenwood identified him as Jacob Alexander Yante, 20, of Altoona, Pa. Yante escaped from the Hartford city jail yesterday afternoon as he was about to he interrogated by Solph . and Constable Andy Hamilton. Selph said Yante pulled a pistol from his clothing, took guns away from the two officers, walked out^ side and drove away in the deputy's car. He had been picked up by Hamilton for investigation. Hamilton had called the Sebastian County sheriff's office for assistance in the questioning. . Hamilton said he took one pistol from the youth'when he first apprehended him. 98 Degrees Recorded , At Blylheville Little Rock-Wl-Blytheville recorded Arkansas' highest .temperature · of the year yesterday--98 · degrees--as the state's May heat wave continued. No relief was forecast for today. The Weather-Arkansas--Clear to partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and tomorrow; widely scattered thundershowers in the north portion tonight; no Important temperature changes. Poultry Morket -The poultrj market today a* reported by the 'University of Arkansas Institute of Science »nd Technology nnd the Dairy and Poultry Market Ncwi Service of the U, S. Department of Agriculture. · Worthwesl Arkansas market about steady, demand fair to food? some withholding reported on broiler! ,ind fryers weighing 24 to 1H Ibs., ilzei 1.75 to 3.15 ron- tlniM adequate for the .demand. Price* paid f.o.b, farm up to 2 Graff of 1,300 feet and noted the flashes spelled out "SOS." A series of red flashes followed. Henslee radioed the control j tower at Chicago Midway Airport and the tower relayed the message to the Coast. Guard which dispatched a life bo_at to the scene. t * Plane Crashes/ Burns; 11 Dead Mishap In Norway Woods Injures 10 Oslo, Norway - W)- A chartered ·Norwegian, transport plane ^bringing 25 sailors home from an ant- arctic whaling expedition crashed* and'burned .before dawn, today in the.rugged, wooded Telemark district 'ISO miles southwest of Oslo. Police reported 11 people--nine passengers and two crewmen-were^killed and 10 others were injured. Twenty-nine p e r s o n s were aboard. The plane left Amsterdcm last night for Jarlsberg airport, about 25 miles from Oslo. It -carried a crew of four and 25 whalers from the 18,000-toh antarctic whaling factory ship, Kosmos 3. .Headquarters., for. the: affair will be the Mountain .Inn: Tfteetin'gs will '·be.-'h.eld in'itHe.-Legiqn-'.Hut, Uark Bowl,- Ferguson's Cafeteria, and ,,'th.e F i r s t Presbyterian Church. · · · · . " · - ; Registration. will, begin' .Thurs- d a y ' a t 3 .p.m., at. the Mountain Inn. Initiation,of candidates is set Tot'. 8, p.m., in the Legion ;Hut. Friday's program begins at 9.:30 a.m. in the Legion Hut with the opening, session of the Grand Council. Fred E. Delzell, senior counselor, will preside. ..I.-L, Collins, supreme past counselor, John E. Neely, the Rev. D.'.L." Dykes, Jr., and a Chamber of ; Commerce representative will · take -.part in the morning program. A luncheon will be held Friday noon in the Legion Hut for U.C.T. members, nnd another will be" held in Ferguson's Cafeteria for the Grand Auxiliary. ; Mrs. .Gladys Feeney, supreme counselor, U.C.T. Ladies Auxiliary, will present the charter .and install officers of the auxiliary at 2 p.m. Friday in the Legion Hut. The Grand 'Council and Grand Auxiliary will hold business sessions at 3 p.m. A memorial service will' be conducted Friday at 5 p.m. in the First. Presbyterian Church by J. K. Jordan, past grand counselor. E. Klein Graff, supreme counselor, will address the banquet at 7 p.m. in the Uark Bowl. The dance wlil be held at 9 p.m. Final session of che Grand Council will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday. Cugot And Abbe Lane On Their Honeymoon Miami Beach, Fla.-OT-Rhumba King Xavier Cugat and his vocalist, Abbe Lane, flew to the Domini- [ commander in Europe. Prosecuting Attorney e Repl'es To Residents Seeking Establishment Of Safety Measures The Arkansas Highway Denart- ment has made, it clear to a ! spokesman for a group of Fayclle- j ville residents seeking the i n - 1 stallation of t r a f f i c signal lights | on the new Highway 71 bypass through t h p city, that it *is com- sal °' pletely ratisfied with condition'! as .._,,,,' thf . v are--wthout the lights. The | department's views were set out i in a letter written to John P. Teas, i and signed by Olen Fullcrton, I Coxsey said here this afternoon that he had assured the Food and Drug Division he .would t. ke action on the matter at the close of the Circuit Court case he is now prosecuting in Fayetteville. However, h; said a representative of the Health Department this afternoon requested return of the files in the case, and that he had turned over the files to this representative. Penalties for disposing.r' quarantined food products are set up under Act,190_of 1939, Austin said. WSB Asks Return Of Oil Workers Washington-(/P)-The.Wage Stabilization Board today asked the i grade, from the courthouse to the 90,000 striking oil.workers to end . junction' of 62 and 71 In South their.walkout immediately. Nath- j Fayetteville. -Th|s uniform grade an P. Feinsinger,.board chairman, was laid to furnish, as efficient highway director for the state. Teas wrote the department and enclosed a petition signed by 461 residents here asking that Church Street be opened across the high- *i way and signal lights be Installed. Fullerton wrote: "This department and the Bureau of Public Poads are very much of the opinion that Church Street is on too steep a grade to be carried across'the'Hew Highway 71-62 route and that furnishing pedestrian facilities for school children is entirely adequate. We are further of the opinion that traffio should not be halted on this rnad.with. a,ligh'. sincfj.it,-i'as l»id. out from an . engineering ' viewpoint of laying out a , uniform Eisenhower Favorite In Benlon County Vole Bentohville-(Special) ·- Republican candidates piled up 473 votes to 190 for Democratic candidates in the election sponsored by the Arkansas Pharmaceutical 'Association in Applegate's drug store here the first thr« days in May. Gen. Dwight D, Eisenhower polled .242 votes, Senator Taft 150, and Senator Kefauvcr 113. Others on the ballot were: Mac- I Arthur, 57; Stevenson, 2fi; Doug-' las, 12; Slassen, 3; Warren, 21; I Kerr, 14; Hussell, 19-. Vinson, 8. ! Sen, ,T. William Fulbright received five write-in votes. Presi- \ dent Truman received three, and Norman Thomas 1. Ridgway Leaves Japan Monday For New Post Tokyo-(^P) - Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, supreme United Nations commander and head of the United States forces in Japan, will leave Monday enroute to his new assignment as supreme Allied sent a message»to the union and management with the unanimous approval'of the board. Groups From Nine Counties Visit Hi. Counties represented today at ·islting daj at the University for 4-H Club, FPA and FHA members in Northwest Arkansas, include Benton, Carroll, Crawford, Johnson, Logan, Marion, Pope, Searcy and Sebastian. More than 1.000 boys and girls and their leaders participate in . the program. This morning the boys inspected research .work at the University farm. Girls visited the Home truck operations as could be established, nnd it would defeat the purpose to force traffic to stop at .lights. "This department ha* proposed two blocks of paving which would make a safe crossing on the new highway and would make interchange with all the north-south streets In Fayetteville. We ^'C genuinely opposed to carrying the graded streets across this highway because, in our opinion, cars could not be controlled and would creep or run in front of the heavy highway traffic. The proposal made by this department will handle traffic with a minimum of inconvenience and with a maximum of safety." Toaf read the letter to the City Council at its meeting last night. Economics Building and other! and Mayor Powell M. Tinea said buildings on the campus. The two the city had not yet given up "the groups then had lunch at the idea of placing signal lights. City farm. Attorney A. D. McAllister, . Jr., said he would check the law to sec if the city has jurisdiction in placing lights if they are considered essential to the public welfare, in the city. Residents of the area near the | bypass contend that unless lights I are installed, or some means made available for children to cross the busy highway to get to and from school, the traffic situation will prove highly dangerous. Results Th* Faycttevijlr Chamber of Commerce launched its meiibierijjijfil'dvj. trite 'morning with a "Kickbff'Breakfast'' at JFergusorTs Cafeteri»7'S!xi' f y members' of the Chamber v;ho will take part.in the-drive were pr«-' cnl. Jasper Pyeatt, chairman of the membership^ campaign, -'spoke. Clint Walden,. president, opened and'closed'the breakfast meeting, Above Wajdcn Is shown standing beside a flnnnd-board he uses to Illustrate talks he IP making at meetings of the civic clubs. He s'rinkc (it the Lions Club today. (Puska T1MESFOT0) Father Mdarney To Deliver Baccalaureate Address At U. A. THi OBSEftVEl Some of the folks who went down to the courthouse this morning to watch the murder trial of Dick Hudson experienced a bit . of frustration. The courtroom } doors were locked, and spectators i were being admitted only at in- j tervals -- when witnesses were i changed or in recesses. Further frustration resulted when some of the would-be spectators tried to walk up to the balcony or slip in the hack door of the courtroom; the balcony been closed scries of new can Republic today f o r a three-day; An Army announcement said he! anri sealed, and a honeymoon. The 52 -year - old : would leave the United States for P'lrtitions and locked doors barred Workers Said "Free To Strike" Against G.E, New York-(/P)-Some 70,000 CIO electrical workers be "free musician and his 20-yrar-old sins- cr were married yesterday in a five-minute ceremony. It was Cu- Rat's third marriage and Miss Lane's, first; France May 24 where he will succeed Gen. Dwight Eisenhower. The Army said Gen. Mark W. Clark will arrive succeed Ridgway. Wednesday to to strike" after May 14 against the General Electric Company, their union president said following the - .breakdown of wage-talks here. a^cX S V \SThome C o,'hors Th TM '» "««·«'»««» «» ·"- cooled their heels in the corridor i nounccd hcri; yesterday by James and eventually flooded into the I B - Car ey, president of the CIO In- courtrogm when the bailiff opened tcrnational Union of Electrical The Very Hev. James J. Me-* Larney, educator, author, and preacher for the Catholic Hour on the National Broadcasting Company, will deliver the. baccalaureate nddress at the University Friday evening/June 6, it was announced -today by Prof. Charles Cross, chairman of the Commencement committee. The address by Father McLarney will be the (Company here last night and stole opening event in the commence- $285. from the office sate. Shi-riff mcnt ceremonies which will end John Black said this i.-.orninc that Burton Firm Al Benlonville Robbed Benton viile-(Special J-Burglars broke into the Burton Implement the men evidently gained entrance, through ,1 window in the p a i n t department. He said .it appeared that they first punched the dial out of the safe, but failed to set | I 7s ti 0 n Board Director Nithin the door. Workers. Four Witnesses Are Heard In Hudson Trial On Murder Charge After one full day consumed in selecting n jury, the first-degree murder trial of Richard "Dick" Hudson, 54, Fayetteville liquor dealer, got under way In Circuit Court this morning. But the trial moved slowly. Only four witnesses were hearri from 8 a.m., until court recessed briefly at 12 o'clock noon. Hudson, « long-time F«ytte- ville roslrfent, Is charged In thf fatal shooting last November 17 of his divorced wife, MM. Helen Wat's, 3». Mm. Watts, who remarried «fter her divorce from Hudson, died In · locil hotpitnl shortly after the -w»s wounded At Huron's home on Hlfhwuy 71 p. m., lft-20 c*nU · lb., mostly 18.1 Juit Iniide the north city llmiti. The morning's principal witness | was Sheriff Bruce Crlder, who remained on the stand than an hour. His ,, ranged from the event* of the day on which Mr.i. Watts was killed to technical questions Involving firearms. In addition to Sheriff Crlder, I n questioning t h e s h e r i f f ! Prosecutor Ted Coxioy of Berry-1 state wilnes«w this morning u/err T)r. Charles F. Bloom of shot, from Defense questioning Indicated that the defense will contend Hudson was carrying a 3fi caliber Cold revolver because he feared Mm. Watte' hunband, Identified only a* "Slim," might be waiting outside the houye. .. Defense, contention l.« that the defense contention that the (revolver discharged accidentally fired accidentally, glanced I a« Hudson attempted to lower the for more! ville attempted to show that the testimony | shot which struck Mrs. Watts in the shoulder and neck was fired deliberately. Defense lawyer f!ex Perkins, on the other hand, queried the sheriff In support of. the the following evening with the presentation of diplomas to approximately 675 University graduates. Dr. John Tyler Caldwell, newly ·appointed nresident of the University, will deliver the commencement address and will present the diplomas to the graduates at the closing event. Father McLarney, of the Order of Preachers. Is prior and paslor. and also professor of fundamental theoioqy, at the Dominican House of Philosophy. St. Joseph's Priory. Somerset, Ohio/! A native of New j York City. Father McLarney! studied in various academies nnd i in numerous universities, includ-! ing Forrllwm University. Georse- ' town University, Catholic University of America, the Dominican ! Hour-e of Studies In Hiver Forest. III., and nt the Dominican House of Philosophy at .Somerset. He joined the Dominicans In 1025, following his graduation from Georgetown University. After further studies, he was ordnln- ed In 1032 in Washinuton, D. C. In addition to his work at the Dominican Hourp of Philosophy, i attend the -dinner, according to | he has served on the faculties of a j Harrell Hall, chairman of the number o( other Institutions. In- Committee. Georg'o Senator · ' Says He Will Not " Belt Convention · -':Y S. (BT The AiMieliM PrtM) - , Votlne wo» heavy in Florida tnd ; Ohio today 'in primary-,'cohtetU' that held' a |rc«» deal of"-!m-' portuno- for »t lent thr« prtrik dential hopefuls. ' , ...V In Florida the key.contCTtiritj were Scnjlorn E»l«s ; Krfiuver of. Tennessee and Ttichird HusMll of Georgia, both srtkinr the Democratic nomination for president. Bell.Gl«*e, fta..-".IPi - ta£ Rlrhird B, ftiMH) (it 14 ntn, Ken. ElM KefMTtr tfilr tmt In f*mplet« rrlirm frwn tfee ttnt precinct t» Kptti hi FlorM*'!' prnMenlUl prelereiM* prlnurr t*4r. The fM« WM uuwmwe* · tltrr ill njrUterei TM*n in th« Br»wiTn r*rn fredutt--tatil- Itaimllj ftort «· flntoJi btH*tin« * In ri*rM» elKHtiw-cwt tfetir btlltti ti brcikfut ttmt. Sen. Robert Taft.pf Ohio : w»l. plugging for a bif vote in hli own horn* itttt. A poor ihowlhf thcr* 1 would ' crimp Tift'« chanciif:. f*r. th« Republican nomination awprv cubiy, ··-·;·-'. . ·.;;:; A record'vote of 1,H million wtt"~ ncpccttd.' W OWo, wnort.Tth an£.. hi? IJcuttnahU.-put on tn imcMiv* driyt tor ,vot« for deluattj pl«d-'·"'· led.to hit candidier. Th* Tlortd* primary wa» KtJiurtr'i - Mfffit' hurdle since ht, dtf«at«dPr««l- . dent Truman lUiNrwHajnjthirt. Florid* 1» the (lot itatt in whidi ' HiliaHl's'namff wa» printtd entlti" ballot.'' ' · .·:,-.-·.. ·.'-·'....·· '.'. -;;-!.. Brlfht, warm «*»*» DT(M|«1 a 'poulblc record vo«» in florifa.·,,·· It-:wa«"th« flrtt rpopuiaritj;"pH*"'. rairjr; In. Florida-in 20 ye'iri. »«*·"·- th* contest *a» heifbttned ,lMt-.-... ni»ht when :Ru»ttll «t«t«d flatly for,the firnt time, that h« would hot lead' any bolt from the p»rt£ Alabama, !n4i«n» and Ktw Mexico have primaries today, but In Maryland it was a]! over, bjit thr counting. Sen, Estes Kefauvtr of Tenne!see won the preaidentlil popularity poll In Maryland ya- terday--hir was .the only name 9(1. the ballot and write-ins were not · counted. . '. . - . - · . . 'S en at o r RusseeU's no-bolt statement popped out at a RuiseD- Kefauver television debate froin Mimi last night. Kefauver iald he "wouldn't pick up my marblafV if the Democratic national convention adopted I compulsory talc Employment. Practices Comnia- sion plank in lt»-plaW6rrn v ".-'" R, To this, Russell retorted: i*0hi no! I'm hot going to leave th« party." The Georgian later elaborated for newsmen, saying: "I wjjl not walk out of the convention .on an FF.PC fight--I Intend to-'stiy right there and fight it out." ·":" Feinsinger To leave Post Ai WSB Director Madison, Wis.-WVWage Stabil- it open «nd then turned it upside down and knocked the bottom out. A hammer and other toois from the body shop werfi used to punch out the bottom, Sheriff Bkck expressed t h e opinion last niRht's burglary might be connected with recent safe robberies in Joplin and .i, mi, Okla. Good Neighbor Dinner Slated Thursday Night Mayor Frank RlRg:ill will give the welcoming nddress at the Fay- etteville-Pr.iirlc Grovs G o o d Neighbor Dinner Thursday, starting at 7 p. m. at the Prairie Grove School. The dinner is the sixth in Feinsinger said last night' . tie would quit his job on the board by June 30. On leave from tha University of W i s c o n i i n law schooi, Frinainger said: "Washington is no health resort I'm tired and need a «st..I have . already extended my deadline twice and the president won't ajlr U nsain." Flood Insurance Plefl May Get Cold Shoulder Washington-MfVFor .the second time within a year, President Truman's request -for a national syt- tcm of flood disaster insurance appears likely ,to.be Ignored by Congress. Senate and House Bankins Committees. whlcrT received the scries sponsored by the Area n! . opo s ecl legislation providing for Development Committee of the | , ne insurance, h»d no pl«ni..for Chamber of Commerce, and more ' Mrly consideration. I than 10D Fnyetteville people will | . a parked automobile and Sprinsdalf; Ted Wyllf of Fay-1 struck Mrs. Watts fllevlll*; *nd Jim Grahim, father Evidence this mornlns showed of the victim. Dr. Bloom'* testimony riealt with th« mtdlctl MMct of the th»t Hudson h»d ordered his former wife to leivi! hlj home. She w«s enttrlnn her cur In the back WUIIHU roiiirreu u.v mm. Train., jura wnrn me *noi was lire Wylle Identified photographs tiken frrmi the b»ck porch--throujh it the Hudton home, hammer, the bullet striking p.irk«l car and Rl.inoinK Into Mrs. Watts' shoulder and neck. Under nuMttlnnlnit by Perkins. Sheriff Crlder testified that thin model of revolver Is prone to dl« charie li uxd accldenttlly unlen care In lowering the himmer from · cocked position. . eluding the position of president of Aquinas College from 1938 to' 11)41. ' He Is the author of numerous books. Including "The Theism of Edgar S. BrlRhtman," "The Snn- quet of Triumph," "The Rosary and the nisht* of Men," and "The Dominican Sunday Missal." Krniun In Mmrow Moscow-Wl-Gcorje F. Kcnnan. 47, * jpeclalUt In Soviet diplomatic strileiy, arrived in Motcow lodiy ic the new «mLj«jdor Irom th* United Stales. Those on the program will be Jasper Pyeatt, Hall, C. n. Cornwall, superintendent of the Prairie drove schools; a mixed chorus; and the girls chorus of the Prairie Grove'schools. Melton Reoppointed To State Optometry Board Llttl* Rock-Wj-Govemor Me- Math reappmnted Dr. C. 0. Melton, rarett«vll!t, to a five-year term W the ttate Board oi Of- tomntry ttdtjr, 'Television Stors Of Tomorrow" Shows Her* A two-tnur stage Jbow, "Television Start of Tomorrow,' optmd thin afternoon at Root Gymniiium with a grade school nitint* Th* jhMV, stated'an a benefit ior *ht Bnys Club buildlnf fund, will ·* repeated again at I ·'clock ta- nlght, The show U ipananrid trr tk FayetttvllU IxehMf* Hub m behalf of Ik* aVTiCk* tick*** are on aM by eh* Shop Hiiat'L TM*

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