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A A PAGES TODAY Read by over 25,000 Daily Concim Of TWi N«wsp«jMf (Rmeg WCAl KMKAST-- «l"iy»««vlll. jnd ricinjfir p a r i t y cjay ind conumitd waim Tomorrow p.rtly cloudy *i lewd thuna«rjhower« ,ni . coaler. Hj|h )emp,r,i u rii y VCHUME 90, NUMKR 245 AuoclaMd Pratt Uaud Wir* ARKANSAS. THURSDAY TONING, MAY «, 1*52 AP, King and NtA halurai U. S. Hits Hardest Air Blow Of Korea War One Year And WFine In Hudson Case Manslaughter Verdict Returned By Jury In Murder Trial .A Circuit Court'jury deliberated .four hours and 13 minutes yesterday afternoon before finding Richard "Dick" Hudson, 54, of Fayetteville, guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the slaying of his divorced wife. The penalty was fixed at one year in prison plus · $1,000 fine. The nine men and three women composing the" jury returned to the courtroom once to ask Judge Maupin Cummings for additional Instructions. Later the members reported they were divided 7 'to 5, and still, later 11 to 1. They brought in the verdict at 6:33 p.m. Hudson's attorneys, Rex Perkins and Jeff Duty of Fayetteville, said they will appeal the jury's decision to the Arkansas Supreme Court. Meanwhile Hudson is free under bond pending the high court's decision. Hudson, a liquor retailer here for many years, entered a defense of accidental shooting in the November It death of his former wife,' Mrs. Helen Watts. His lawyers followed a line of questioning designed to show that Hud- Business Men Of Arkansas To Meet With University Students Fifty to 75 business executives of Arkansas are .expected here tomorrow to attend a two-day program, with University senior students of the College of Engineering 'and the College of Business Administration of the, University. The program' includes | a luncheon, a banquet, a breakfast, panel discussions and persona! interviews between the executives and students. ' The meetings get under way tomorrow with .a luncheon to be held in the dining room of he Student Union on the campus at 12:15 o'clock, with Dean George Branigari presiding..Brief remarks will be made by several members of the University faculty, but there will be no principal.address. At 2 p.m., a panel discussion on "A Business' Executive Looks At A College Graduate," will be held. C. Hamilton Moses of the Arkansas Power and Light Company and R. P. Meredith of the Crossett Lumber Company will represent business, and Gaylord Northrup and Billy Jones will represent students. A question period for engineering and busi" ness seniors will be provided. Dean Paul Milam will preside at the discussion. The Arkansas Industrial Association and the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce and Economic Council will sponsor a banquet at 6:30 tomorrow evening at the Student Union ballroom, with seniors in the two. colleges I as guests. Area business men are j invited to . buy tickets at the Chamber of Commerce and at- j tend. Moses will be toastmaster. · At 7:30 a.m., Saturday, the Fayetteville Chamber 1 of Commerce ' wi!l entertain members of the AIA at a breakfast in the Washington Hotel, with the program under the direction of the Manufacturing Committee, of which .Tames Kays is chairman. Kays will be toastmaster, and Wesley ·I. Gordon, C. of C. secretarv, will talk-. Tickets for this occasion are available at the Chamber headquarters, Saturday at 9 the students. have an opportunity to interview the business executives. son's .revolver dentally. Mis, Watts, discharged . acci- wounded in the shoulder and neck by the 38 cali- bet bullet, died within a few minutes later in Washington County Hospital. Evidence presented dur- ', Ing the trial'showed she had.gone to Hudson's home on north Highway 71 and the two engaged. in an argument. . . . TeStimohy. by Mrs. Josie Reed, * a witness \vho accompanied .the victim to the. Hudson home, was erroneously' reported in yester- 'day's TIMES, Mrs, jReed, who took no part in -the', dispute, "testified that.Mrs.. Watts slapped Hudson, not .that she herself struck him. Admiral Acknowledges Russian Sub Threat Taipeh, Formosa-(^P)-America's Pacific Fleet commander indicated today his main concern, if the Korean war spreads, would be what Russia would do wi,th her big Pacific' fleet of submarines. It "would be a threat if used offensively," Adm. Arthur . .^y. Bradford told a press conference. In the event of such a genera! emergency, Radford envisaged close cooperation' with. British anc French forces.in the Pacific. He has conferred with Far East military commanders of both on a tour of the Philippines and Formosa. The prea recently was transferred to his protective jurisdiction from Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway's Far East command. Former U.A. Student Is Killed In Wreck Don Steuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Steuart, of Kot Springs, was killed last night in an auto accident. He was returning from . kadelphia to his home in Hot Springs. He and his wife, the. former M^ry Eberle of Warren, were graduated from the University in 1950. He was a S. A. E. and she was a member of Chi Oir.ega. West Memphis Homes Wrecked By High Winds West Memphis, Ark.-W)-Six homes were destroyed and 25 others were damaged when a wind- itorm whipped through this Mis- Bisippi River 'town late yesterday. Fire Chief Whit Murphy said there were no'injuries. He said the storm hit during a, heavy rainfall, and that damage was confined to the south section of town. About half of the roof of a new $190,000 Stockholders Of Gas Firm Meet Here Drilling Program To Continue/Says President Baxter The annual stockholders' meeting of the Arkansas Western Gas Company was held in th company's headquarters in Fayetteville this morning. Directors elected for the coming year are: L. L. Baxter and 'Marion Wasson of Fayetteville; John S. Cain, Dallas; Norman Hirschfield, Oklahoma City; and Robert F.'Cook, El Paso, this grourj has served as'directors since 1943'. President Baxter stated: "Our expansion program will be somewhat 'curtailed because of difficulties.in obtaining steel. One or two tp;vns. will be pjped nd extensions' -with-in 'linrt adjoining city Hmits \yill be made.' "Our drilling program will', not be retarded'dur'lhg!19.12. The Lone Elm gas fjeld, discovered in 1950, has four good producers; and we are .presently .drilling the fifth well. Production, nor history is sufficient to properly evaluate this field, but in of a 640-acre Negro school was Murphy said. ripped away, Next Sunday is Mother's Day. Shop Hunt's. (Adv.) . drilling pattern, it is safe to conclude that it is a good gas field it is altogether possible that sometime during 1952 one or more un proven lease areas now o: ned bj :be company will be'drilled." ''Existing-national conditions are not'conductive to!'optimism ahc with continued government spending resulting in continued high taxes, hampered by various regu lations we.will continue to.work and do the best job possible with the tools at hand." "North and West Arkansas continues to be. among the nation's bright spots, and this company will continue to add, whatever Contribution it can." * Investment bankers from Dallas, St., Louis, Chicago and Grand Rapids attended the meeting. At a directors' meeting, today the following .officers were elected: L. L. Baxter.'presidei.t; Marion Wasson, vice president; John S. Cain, vice president; Bill D'alton, vice president; J. B. Grumpier, treasurer' and assistant secretary, and Charles F. Brannan, secretary. TV Costs Too For Him, Says Kefauver Schoharie, N. Y.-f/P)-Sen. Estes Kefauver, erstwhile television "star," says he will not use TV in his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination. ''Television costs too much. I can't afford it," he said. The Tennessee candidate 'became widely known last spring through the televised hearings jn New York City of the U. S. Senate's Crime Investigating Commit- ee, which he headed. One Killed In Quake Tohyo-MVOne person was killed today when a moderate earth' q u a k e 'Jol.t*d the Tokyo-Yoko- iflma area. No serious dannge was ·eporled. Good Neighbor Dinner Slated A. Fayetteville - Prairie Grove Good Neighbor Dinner will take place tonight at 6:45 o'clock at the. Methodist Church in Prairii Grove,. Harrell .Hall; chairman of the Area Development Committee of the Chamber of Commerce, sale this' morning.,The program at tonight's dinner will consist of a talk by Mayor Frank' Riggall of Prairie Grove; a response by J. J. Pyeatt of the Fayetteville; Chamber of Commerce; a talk by.T. R. Cornwell, superintendent of the Prairie ·Grove schools; music by the Prairie Grove High School chorus and the girls guartet; and a-closing statement'oy.Mr. Hall. Louis "Red". Johnson will be toastmaster at this meeting. Not Too Brave When The Law Finds Them Chicago-WJ-Stx men who attempted to rob the home of a diamond salesman in suburban Ml. Prospect yesterday . lost their nerve, at the sight of an approaching policeman armed: only with a pistol, One rotiber, who carried a submachine gun. surrendered when overtaken as he fled out the hack door. A second hid in a closet, then emerged and waited while police -were called back. A third fled in an automobile but was overtaken on a highway. The three still at large apparently fled on foot. Still No Relief From Hot Weather In Stale Little Rock-W)-An unseasonal heat wave sent temperatures up for the fifth straight day in Arkansas today, and the Weather Bureau still forecast, no relief. Morriilon. again reported a'high for the state of 95 degrees Wednesday. Other high readings reported by the U. S. Weather Bureau at Little Rock included El Dorado, Arkadelphia and Little Rock, 93--an all-time record in the capital city for May 7- Pine Bluff, 92; Fort Smith and Walnut Ridge, 90; Fayetteville, 86, and Dardanclle, 85. Vocalist With Wills Band Dies On Bus attack today near Eufaula. He was stricken on Wills' bus which was returning the band to Tulsa from Durant engagement. Charges Filed Against Three Area Canners Attorneys Reply To Accusations Made By Health Officials Two Washington ' County can- nlng. : plant operators and the manager of one plant,, accused by a Elate Board of Health official of canning adulterated tomatoes -and disposing of. them despite a quarantine--were charged yesterday afternoon in Circuit Court. Prosecutor Ted P. Coxsey of Berryvills,-filled charges of canning adulterated tomatoes--for sale -- asainst John Hilton of Fayetteville and Noah Webb, manager of the Hilton . Canning Company at MayfieW. An identical charge was filed against Clint Davis, owner of the Davis '-Canning Company at Cincinnati^ In .addition, a charge of'operatin'g"a canning plant under unsanitary conditions was filed against Hilton and Webb, The charges iir all -cas: . are misde- Hilton's attorneys this afternoon issued a statement denying most of the charges leveled against the canners by H. L. Austin, head of the Fooc! and Drug Division of the state Board of Health. Austin said that his agents quarantined a large q u a n t i t y of canned tomatoes at the two plants last August. In addition, he said earlier this week that.;with .the exception of 2,000 rases at the 3avis Canning Company plant, all :he quarantined tomatoes have been disposed of. Davis turned over shipping records to Austin oday. Defense Replies Speaking for Hilton, afcrneys Jeff Duty and Rex Perkins today denied that tomatoes at the Hilton Jlant had bees' adulterated with water, and that the plant was ever Masonic Temple At Little Rock Loss Is Estimated At Quarter Million; Roof Caves In Little Rock-Wl-Fire burned out the interior of about a third of the Masonic Temple here last night, causing damage estimated at " « quarter of a million dollars. Raging out of control for nearly four hours, flames damaged the top, floors of the south wing of .the block-long stone headquarters far Arkansas Masons. .The ground floor was damaged heavily by water. After an all-night battle, firemen stopped pouring water into the wing's shell at mid-morning today. But they continued to stand-by to guard;against a fresh outbreak. . Presiding officers of the Scottish Rite Masons estimated the damage at $250,000, but admitted that was only a guess. Cause of the fire has not been.determined., The building had just been catcri by a class of. Master Masons attending th'e .annual convention of the Scottish Rite. Order when the fire broke out about 5:45 p. m. Woodllef A. Thomas, secretary of the Grand Lodge, Free and Accepted Mason, said the blar.e started in the choir room on the third floor .of the stone 'building. He said most of'the. ceremonial robes anfl 1 records of the Temple escaped damage. The fire was discovered by Miss Mary Hortbn, a resident of the.Albert Pike Hotel, directly across Scott' Street from the'tem- ple. She notified Fred'.Tanner, assistant manager of the hotel, who passed the. warning', along to. a group of Masons.stahding on the sidewalk in front" o f - t h e building. ' Police called in the Sixth Rifle Company of the Marine Corps Reserve to help control more than 5,000 spectators. At first the only .evidence of the ire was a thick column of black smoke, .but later the. roof caved n and -flames shot as high as 20 'eet in ( the air. Bafesville Buildings Destroyed By flames Batcsvllle, Ark.-Wj-A fire that broke out shortly before 1 a. m. today destroyed two buildings in the business district · here and routed some 50 guests' from their beds in the" Marvin Hotel. 1 Firemen fought the 'blaze for an hour and 40 minutes before, bringing it under control and prevent ing it from spreading to the tw Rewarded For Flight Service HQ., 20th Air Force, Okinawa--First Lf. Charles R. Walker, Fsyette- vlllc, Ark,, right, is congratulated by Lt, Col.'Jamcs'E. Brewer corh- mander of a squadron of the Far East Air Forces IBth Bomb Group who has Just presented the Air Medal. Lieutenant Walker received the medal for meritorious service while engage*' in flights abourd V S Air Force i B-2n. Superforts against Cnhim'unlst (ar^etj.In North Korea Red Prisoners On Island Off Korea Seize Punsan, Korea, · Prid8j^(/r")«The»- Army announced, today Jle| prls-1 oners .on Ko)e Island had seized the 'Allied, cafnp commandant, Brig.' Gen, Francis T. Dodfl. »2, and «. fellow officer.on:Wednesday and still are holding Dodd as a hostage. ' t .. ·' . The ; other ofter' escaped* Right Granted "· 'To Teach Child , . A b o u t Plaries · Los Angeles - Iff) - .na'ndall (Scooter) Salmon, 11, has court off the South Korean roast"said I f" misslon( t°*w to take lessons in a note had been passed from the ln51rumen j WnR and navigation stockade, but its contents were hot TTM, , s daddy. Trm boy'r, mother .but Dodd was dragged Inside'the fled prisoners'- stockade. The- o'.hor officer's name was not available. A report from the Island prison , disclosed. This report said that Dodd had 'not. been harmed. It was several hours old, however. Koje Island has been the scene of two violent prison disorders this year. On February 12, 170 -ersons were killed In an uprising i.v. Red prisoners in notorious "Compound 62." On March 12 prisoners 'were killed when anti-Communist and Communist prisoners engaged Ir; a rock fight. Dodd, who was deputy chief of - staff of the U.-.S. F.lgh'th Army, - took command at' Koje after the Labor Party Gains London-WP)-The Labor party maintaining its heavy winning stroak in nation-wide town and rural council elections now in .heir fourth day. Balloting will ast through.Saturday. Churchill Makes Changes London - IIP} - Prime Minister Churchill has chosen a 38-year- old journalist, Jain Maclcod, as his new minister of health and re- hufflcd men in several other top government positions. Controls On installment Buying Lifted By Government Order Washington-«P)-For the first controls, predicted a boost in sales I this field, mf in 2[l mnnihc 4hr* tfnuismrviftnt ti'KI^K fc..-- U--__ ' i _ . _ i _ _ i _ .... . time in 20 months, the government hMjlvrn you free rein to buy thnt ear, television set, or furniture on whatever terms you can get.. The Federal Reserve Board yesterday suspended controls over down payments and time-to-pay-on the (round that an easing of inflationary pressures made the controls no lonjer mrajary. Authorities on the Rf»erv« Board Hid actually they «»pect the effects to he sllnhl. Some trad* cir- clm, happy over the luspenilon of which have been'lagging. A few dealers were expected to proclaim the $10 down and '$l-a- week type of sale, but In most cases spokesmen for business Mid the changes probably will he moderate. However, · the Bank of America--the world's l a r g e s t h«nk--announced much more lenient terms. The government sill) will ref- ulal* terms for rnl estate pur- rhasfs and officials slid there In little likelihood of a suspenilan In An officials of the Radio and Television Manufacturers Association fold down payments probably will be reduced, especially on mojp exr.fnslve sets, but time (o pay probably will remain about the same. The Nttlnnal Automobile Dealers Association Slid finance com- psnles »re expected to continue to require (bout one-third down on most cm, but the payment period m«y be extended from l« months lo an average of 34 months. n an unsanitary condition. The story hole However, they cou d awyers said Hilton had samples not save Leonard's Ice Crcirn of .his product tested, and t h a t ! Parlor and W. F. McFaddin's Fur- hey . contained no more water ; niture Store. ban is'Sllowable under the law. j '.__ n addition, they said, the state! Board of Health has never fur- I Fmro M'lU Ar Fnrle nished Hilton with a report on the ,, ., [T'"* Af CQrle amount of water found in his to-1 Badly Damaged By Fire matoes despite repeated requests. I Duty, quoting from a report fil- Earb, Ark.-(/P)-The Emco Mills ed by C. J. Hart, agent for the here was damaged badly by fire "·ood and Drug Division, said that yesterday. Fire Chief ,1. L. Kirby he agent reported finding an of nearby Parkin said origin of pen spiggot pouring water into a \ the fire was not determined. He fat of tomatoes. He quoted the re-! estimated damage at $150.000. port as saying that an employe! · -- Accomplishment Winners In State Are Named i Little- Rock - m - Paragould, | Crossett and Leachville were an- i contended | nounced today as winners of the . l a c i n g the! second a n n u a l state-wide Corn- tomatoes In quarantine, failed to, m u n i t y Accomplishment Contest, take action on getting a court or-! The competition is designed to ender cither ordering disposal or rc-i courage civic improvements by the February riot. The fact the general had been captured by prisoners was known in their provisional South Korean capital several hours before it wa.v announced. Correspondents · were not allowed to go to KOJP to Investigate and a tight censorship wan clamped on the Island. Soldiers ·not otherwse Identified in this dispatch said Dodd and his com- objected yesterday at the. trial of her divorce suit against Herman Salmon, Loe!:heod test pilot, But Superior Judge George A. Dockweilcr said: "Su'/inis d8.v : and age when youths are thinking in terms of jet planes that are pro- 'Red Supply AreaAtSuan Under Attack I All-Day Assault Is E Carried Out; Heavy ^ Damage Reported ,Seoul,.· Korea-W)-The U. "· S . ; f t h - A i r Force said It midt itl biggest single attack of trw Korean war today on the Red lupii* area at Suan. *? ' A day-lonj atteclc left tke.prtat »r,;e', · covered . with "blllowfr/ fUmes and imoke," the Jr." Force said. · ,.--_. ' Jhe assault on the town, 35 miki' southeast of the KM capital, Pyonsyahgi began at d«wn Mid lasted until nightfall. Both .Jttj and propcliir driven planes wett; used. ,^,.. Two .Red jots were reported shot down and a third d«m«*i a they ventured far froi i th«lr Manchurlan bases apparently in iii.' effort to break up the raid. -.,/. The Fifth Air Force sM rnpr». sorties were flown i_»iBst Suin loday than the 312 that bit' Sinuii ju 0:1 the. Bljinchurlan border a year ago this month In the wtir'a previous biggest single raid. ' · - - · · . The Air Force reported* Altljfsj: planes destroyed 97 supply bufjat ingi in the great supply compli*, damaged 50 and knocked put',-I| icply revetments and 18 vebiclti.. · Photo planes hive : ten keepltif an eye on the Bed buildup at Sure, a feeder point to' Chinese troop* on the western front. SpokMrmn said photo* showed truck concan-, (rations, ireat stacks of iuppto and other equipment, well fuardid by intl-aircraft guns. ' · ' , ' · ' .*;, j Eriootlrii' Sttr« opened th« · It- tat:. The r-«0 jets wtr« follow*! . by waves of ThupdetJeU, jprop«Ulr' driven Muitanfi, rhort Shoottai Stirs and Marine Piaawrjeti, Sit ; Raiders and Corsair*. : *'". ' "Tons ; of demolition and hifh" .explosives lore the Commiujijt supplies to shred*," a Fifth ..Air Force communique said. "Thousands of gallons of fiery napalm were spread over the target, tum- ing piles of supplies into billowlpt ilames and smoke." . . . . '·" ·-·' . Tax-And-Jp«nd Policy Blas.sd By Sen. Tiff , . Va.-(Py- Senator Taft (R-bhio) accuses the Truman administration of stifling htv,- ln- - . t , , . .-, ,, polled faster than sound, and our | ^":. try . V , n " fro ^. .°. . * '""' - panion were walking near the stockade when prisoners sud dently seized them. all secure photographs. Duty said Hilton vill enter pleas of not guilty to the charges against him, as will Webb. Davis has been unavailable for comment. * The lawyers that the state, On .April 25, . t h e Army nounced that it was movng anti-Communist or non-~ nist prisijners to -six new camps on the mainlandl leaving only about 70.000 de-hard Reds on Kojee. Whether tihe move had been completed was not dsclosed. , whole situation i.i geared to trans- portstion via" airlines, it is not out of order for children to want to be pilots.'! Mrs. Evelyn 'Salmon won a divorce and custody of Randall. Benlon County Murder frill Set For Miy 26 Bcntonvllle-iSpeciaD-T r i a l of Ralph Shrader, Mundell truck driver, accused of second degree in the death of Benton Road Supervisor Paul , murder ounty Bowman has been set for May 20 Bowman died in the Roner* Mc- morial Hospital November 2 of! ,M i stab wounds aftor a fighto with i hrirader at the Prairie Creek Gro- Sliradcr 0 w'ill°b"t r 'ied in Circuit!'" ""MIS Court before Judge Maupin Cummings of Fayettevllle. cent of business profit* in *«·«· i reniuvious so. ..'rumen. aia- tion and spending · has choked the whole progress ef induitry," he told a Republican rally of 800 persons here last night. .,; The COP presidential aspirant declared there is little incentive for businessmen to invest their money in new plants, and added: "In Ihc past 13 years the dollar has depreciated 47 per cent. Rri- cc; have liscn at least 100 per cent and the public debt has increased to 250 billion dollajr|. Now Mr. Truman wants to spend 85 billion with a 14-billion-dollar deficit for the next fiscal year." Draft Stevenson Move also labeling of the cans, which they said is required by law. Personal Interviews With Prisoners Planned Liltlc Rock-MVThc Arkansas Parole Bo;irri next month will begin Interviewing convicts personally to determine if they are deserving of paroles, furloughs, pardons nnd sentence comminutions. Pnrole Director W. P. Ball said loday the new system would be started Juno 4 when the Board meets nt Cummins rrlson Farm. The hoarrt previously had reeled convicts aftor studylns written requests, but. release of certain long-term criminals re- ·ently drew severe criticism. Truman r*l* WABhiniMon-Mi-President Tru- rnun it n today. "I feel 28," he old reporters. citizenry. Judging was based on scropbooks illustrating programs carried out in 132 entrants. The winners 1951.. There were were announced and cash prizos awarded at the Little Rock Rotary club luncheon. Marion Crist, chairman of the Arkansas Resources ft Development Commission, one of the contest sponsors, presented the checks. Ike Murry To Speak Tonight At U. A. Ike Murry. aHprnev general of Plan Worked Out To Provide Look Tanker Explodes; Six Persons Are Injured A dock y^crday: in'jurlnr^cr- ^.^ At Alarm Giver |X ^ TS n e KuZ 15 ,- Philadelphia-i/Pi-The next Urn- fc,'"" .TVl" °' ,1!" "T" " someone turns In a false alarm he * ° n '" a " U5y ·h'-roughfare. Kisenhower In Denmark Copcnhascn, Denmnrk-t^Pi-Gcn- m.-y be due for a surprise. Two hundred of the city's ,1,200 fire boxp« h»vi boon equipped with a siren which goo.i off when the alarm is pulled. Fir* depart- , ,, ,. c ,, 5cn . mr.it official? » ay the noise will hower flow here to take leave of nirrt residents in n two-block |nnolhcr of the nations conlribu- ar«. and wiil mnst likely result in i t In* men. monev nnd weapons lo someone setting a gond look at t h e ! I h c ' ' ' person t u r n i n g In the A l a r m Springfield, 111. - /F . Illjifoil Democrats may vole today ijri i proposal endorsing Gov. Xdlai Stevenson for the Democratic presidential nomination. ,'J Indications were that the drift- Stevenson movement may corrtf.up it the party'i m although thcgov- cd such plans. .. iwevcr. Jacob M. Arvey, Democratic national commltteeman'loi Illinois, appeared not to have 'flv.' en up on getting the' convention lo endorse Stevenson, a ctndtdaM for re-election as governor, i" Arkansas--Partly cloudy »nd continued warm this afternoon, tonight and tomorrow, with North A t l a n t i c defence force! ly scattered thundersh. v*r« «o- I h c commands. I morrow. Longtime Escaped Convict Receives Commuted Sentence Arkan«n,i nnd candidate for gnver-1 v ' ct wnn -- · - · - - - - - Little nock-l/Pi-An rsrnprd con- nor. Is lo speak tonight at the U n i - versity Student Union under upon- fnrship hf Ihe Forensic Society and the Political LfdRue. He wi'll br Introduced by Duval F»»an of Little Rock, and Is expected to mike a polltkal speech. Other esndl- d»tes for governor have been In- vlted to appeir under sponsorthlp of the siime *roup». FiC«n said itartlna; time In 7:30. rupture for 27 years before he was recaptured Is free. »K»ln, The ArkansM Parole Itnarrl yej. terday rfcnmm«nd*d »nd Gov- com* ernoi McMath granted a mutation of sentence to tlm« *1« r»»dy served for Burch Leonard, Burrh w»« r*c»ptured lust month ifttr he w** Identified »« a full- tlwi »)» i rmtlm fingerprint test when he applied for n Job «t the Pine Bluff Arsenil. He wnped from the prlton farm October 22, 11124, after serving part of a two- ye«r sentence for burglary im. posed in Miller Circuit Court. John Billey, convicted Pulaikl County r»pl»t nervlni a life sentence, w»s ordered returned to the' state prl.ion from a HVday fur- lovjfh, which ended yesterday. Twenty-one parole* w*r» approved by the board. The arrest In ghrtVfport, U.. of a 30-y«*r-«M tMvM tnnMl In* ArKansii for tank was reported vtmrdiy. Taul of ,th* it*t» Prate UU Bobby Hlflfea wi held on » chartt al tw Culltn. U. Hlfdon't HMti ItM kanMi prtoM tan* wti b*ciuw IM Ml kM itat* wltiwut MM. rauntlta.

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