Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 9, 1952 · Page 1
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iOCAt KMKAfT-- W TODAY Rtad by over 25,000 Daily oith MatttrM tha and cooler icmtfht Tomorrow cloudy wltA rttinf tcmpvrtturw. Katt-on «e. HUH wmperituit rHWrtaf IT: low Si. naoa today 71 (aorta* ·ill: IUHMI 7:11. Tfc. Public lnfer«f I. Tfct Wrif Concern Of TWi fOtUME 90, NUMiE* 246 ^iftTFor UCT Visitors FAYITTEVIUE. ARKANSAS. HMOAY IVININO, MAT », 1?5i AF, King and HtA FMturw MtCf HVI CMVt ^^^^^ ^^^^ _ ^^^^ ^ ^ May UseForce To Free General u^nZj^^ He ; r ft u Ch ftu |der "Coddling Of Convicted Crimlnais" Under | Van F feet Says TJ Murry Declares For Competitive Bidding System Speaks In Interest Of His Campaign For Governor 1 If Ike Murry, attorney general of Arkansas and a candidate for nomination as governor in this summer's Democratic primaries, Is elected he will "insist that the first rule for every state agency in making purchases will be to guarantee to every potential supplier an opportunity to bid competitively for the 'state's business which now runs into many mil- j lions of dollars every year. He made this statement in an address at the University last night sponsored by tV,e Forensic Society and the National Collegiate Political League DuVal Fagan of Little Poljce Say He Used Art In Wrong Places Palm Springs, Calif.-WPj-James B. McCurrin says he can write his own name, but nothing else. Police say he wrote his name in the wrong pl»ces, viz: at the bottom of personal checks. They arrested him yesterday on charges I of issuing bogus checks, three of them (or a total of $35. "«"« Fke 0) Peace Ottlcws In ConvenHon Winslow Child School Union Board Says Move Not In The Best Interest Of System Little Hock-(/Pl-The Little Rock j School Board declared Thursday HeWlllNOI Al I i« uive in Franc's Dodd Held Prisoner In Camp On Koje Island Truck Wheels Little Rock-UPl-Arkansas peace ! Thursday to the "delegates, 'officers, irked by the "coddling ! "We need to get politics out . . . . . . .1 . .v i paroles, pardons and Cnnstm ! of convicted criminal:, want the , fllrloughs .. SM Tackctt, brother I 1953 legislature to enact a habit- i n ( Gubernatorial' Candidate Boyd I U6I criminal law putting three- ! Tackett, Ntahvil congressman. ; time convicted felons behind bars I The police chief v/as asked if ! for life. i he thought Governor McMath ^ss A resolution asking that such » | too lenient with paroles. The chief Irw b e approved will b e presented j declined t o answer "since m y j " / - » · « ti- delegates to the Arkansas · brother is a candidate for gov-; Seoul. Korca-(/P)-Gen. James A. Peace Officers Association con-; ernor. | Van Fleet caid today he will Of* vention here Friday. I Tackclt saij Ihe association force if necessary to rescue Brjjf. ,,,, - . , Police Chief Max Tackett of I would seek higher legal rjualjfica- Gen. Francis E. Dodd If.m thfc night that unionization of Little i Texarkana, president of the ssso- i lions for drivers' license and a ; Communist prisoners of war vtta i Rock teachers was not "In the best; c jaiinn, explained the resolution i larger state police force. ! interest of the school system" and '. said in effect that It would not ! bargain with the newly-organized i AFL local. Board members adopted, 5-n, a resolution in which it said that it Jem 1 LeMarr is shown above loading paper sacks with' gifts from; ·rea donors. The sacks will go to each visitor to in* nmted Commer- I tial Traveler convention. ^ us .1111 wuutf.. *..^ "i ;--v cited the Constitution of "'i Arkansas as intending that com" ' petitive bids be made "as a safe' of the right of every Ar-1 Accident Is Held ' Unovoidable; funeral Services Tomorrow Winslow- (Special )-Kenr "does not expect to change its i present arrangement of negotiating j with the professional groups a l - j ready in existence within thei school system. The board also restored 'a revis- Prairie Grove Good Neighbor Draws Crowd Oil A crowd of approximately 200 *· Prairie G r o v e and Faycttevllle 160 Register For Convention Of State UCT Polish Family Back Together IJ Louisville, Ky.-(/P)-A four-year j old Polish boy was separated The board also restored a revis- * mine v*. w r . B»U . aj*i^*n~ ed edition of Frank A. Maaruder's residents turned out foV last night's , ,,,, .controversial "American Govern- Chamber of Commerce-sponsor-'. ! ment" to the list of approved texts.' ed good neighbor dinner at Prairie 1 ''""W'fhVrfeht of everv Ar- Winslow-(Specian-R.enneth Lee JThe previous edition of Magrud- ] Grove. Dinner was served at the kans^buSnJs^an to compile! Robinson, 13. son of Mr. and Mrs. \«' t book had been outlawed as a ! Methodist Church, followed by a. for state business on an equitable, j Wes loy Robinson of near Wins- j text, but allowed to remain in j program at the grade school au- | lawful basis, and to sell to the I , OWi was Billed yesterday after- I sc hool libraries as f ! low, was killed yesterday " i noon wh.-- : I imrfr sheriff L. C. lawiui uos.B, =i.u ... -- -M t ( l o w , was Kiiiea yeiei't'V o , « . scnnoi nu.ctuch «-·* « ,,...,....^state where price and services ]us-\ nom whcn np was run ov er by a , book, on the ground that it cnii- i tified it." He declared such a sys-1 . ,_ 01.....:*. T r Mnnrp of · 4 n iTu.ri natcsppc nvmnathetir to So- referenc' 1! ditorlum. _ , a i book, on tne grouno mat it c o n - j Iwwis "Red" Johnson served as i n f : tained passages sympathetic to So- i master of ceremonies during and Tobin May Be Subpoenaed Washington-*/!*) - Represenla- ,,,. ,,,..,,.. -.., when the Nazis occupied Poland. Seven years later, he was reunited with them here yesterday. Sturday and tanned, Eliezer Lewin stepped from a plane into a joyous exchange of kisses, embraces and tears. Waiting were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lewin and five--year-old Mina, a sister. The parents and dsiWhter reach- One hundred and 60 members of j cd Louisville in 1940 after leaving u 'i" ' - :-i T.-,,jnHt! _ j:__,.,«j in Ger- Grond Auxiliary Installs Officers As Po-kOf Program the United Commercial and auxiliary had registered f o r , the state convention here this i ! a displaced persons camp in Ger- 1 ,y. Although fearing the son e s morning, and additional i«It-u iw; , iilaltj. /Minuuisa ICflinift lltl - ·""" neilgnieu lu RIS" ' l lere this | was deat] 1riCJ . searched for him | "if the comptroller i members i throug h worldwide organizations tinued as the state s . " . . . . . _ _ * :,,., ......t»,, ' V « p U n i i M Via the T1WT iiieu 11. *ic wtvjn.--" ..---.. - -.. , | ruC [ C anerin u. "~. iwu«i^ ··· . uuneu em is not now lo'lowea, . -no. c ford County said was driven ;c ialism. :harged that "dishonesty and in-1 Fr .-., u The sheriff said Boar , ! after the 30-mimite radio program tive Kllday (D-Tex) suggested to-,, V w -nc-+ thtt lavnaVPr^ OV Jd Y r i am-i.-. » '··· » · · " · , u«ui« *.»*...t«». » . , . . of f h'. e "st y ate thousands oirSStaTM i the accident was unavoidable, that | vard stressed that the of this state inouEdnus ui started the truck loaded ..v. annroved had beei ·LlCi |j[tnsu iivan»""« «··· · null »nu i CL^I » v i siina/.' T. R. Cornwell, nupjrintendent I | n d u ,t r y «nd the unions At the luncheon meeting of the 1 tie tnrep-aay cunvciujui., ,....^.opened yesterday afternoon, will close tomorrow morning with a , final business session . at-the. Legion Hut and a tour of Fayette-] ville for members of the auxiliary, i This morning's program opened ( with a session of the Grand Lodge | i Israel. McGranery Wins Group's Okay and the Rev. Assembly i Committee Votes For Appo'ntment ·* ijrana ijua^e i at"the "Legion 'Hut. Fred Delzcll I of Fayetteville, senior commander, presided, and the invocation was bv the Rev. D. L. Dykes. Follow- . iii" a welcome on behalf o£j the , Chamber of Commerce.^he meet- | ing was turned over 1 to John E. j Ko"ly, grand counselor. ! At noon UCT members were i V 7ashington -W'l- T h e Senate guests at a luncheon at the Le- Committee today ap- | j lion Hut, while members ^tte | ^TM ^ nomination o[ Federa , auxiliary hria^a^u,^^ luncheo " ns j Judge James P. McGranery of Mrs "Gladys Feeney. supreme! Philadelphia to be attorney gen- counselor of the auxiliary, pre- i e ral. The \-ote was 8 to 4. . «o"'ed the auxiliary charter and | senator Ferguson (R-Mich) said installed officers of the Grand ; opponen t s of the nomination had Auxiliary. obtained permission to file a min- Later. members of both organ- j H irt hc wou id iaztions met in business sessions, j °TM "^ { "' ht " 0 , nc Senat e Hoor. T d . en Tt rl Fergu=on's ld Me"nona ij C McGranery was nominated by services were°to be conductetl a t ! president Truman last month to not the governor's stooge. Highway Hajort Not«J , ^o^...-^ .. He touched upon reports of the low. BurUl H i g h w a y Audit Commission, ccme tery. : which showed irregularities in. the Highway Department, and said "but there are manj other de- y f i. !._ partments and institutions which i PlCllCIIOn have had no such audit." He de- 1 clared he favored an audit of the j Only Aim If U.S. Fights retary; Mrs. captured the general on Koje Island prison camp. Van Fleet said he would not give in to the Red«' "unreasonable" demands for «p«ial privilejen before they releaie the prison camp eommandar. * The U.S. Eighth Army eom- reander made his statement after a flying trin to rebellious Koje, off the southern tip of Korea. Van Fleet was under order! from Gen. Matthew B. Hldgwav. supreme Allied commander, "to use whatever for-e Li necessary'' to free Dodd without delay. The SZ-year-old Dodd haf been a prisoner since Wednesday, wheri Norttt Korem POW« «elied him at the gatm of a compound. RMg- w?y said the CommunUts were demanding "phones, permli«lon to" ortanjie, writing paper and «n« other" things" before they would. release Bndd, The Army releaied only meaf«r details of the new rebellion at Koje and kept newsmen from'(e- Ing there. Van Fleet aald "we have not jtt been able to determine*' guard* didn't ruth In for a reteu* 1 attempt. That quertlnn will bt answered by a military Board of Inquiry." * He Mprenaed-fonfidenc* Dodd would not be harmed. The Eighth. Army commander attthed ?«B* siderable significance to Do44'a ,. own exprested optlmiim over an i and Army telephone which Ittpt Wm them' In contact with American juardi \Xt" outalde the nteekade. other · "Hcrwever. 1 ' Van fleet a*M, "It iwe»aary. force will b. UMd to *- Driver Chirfled Alter , tort hU release, Bow Of Wisp Ti Be ReplKei Nirr DMMes the First Presbyterian Cliurch a t ; 5 p.m., followed at 7 p.m. by a , banquet at the Uark Bowl. E. Klein Graff of Sioux Falls, S. D., su-; preme counselor, was to be t h e ] principal speaker. A dance followed the banquet. treasurer: members of the board, cd, he said, or the work is wasted, Three Hurt In Wreck c Highway Department periodically from Prniri* Grove non-government accountants, During the luncheon of the civic St. Louis-WPl-Thc United States "not because it should be neees- Four Of five Stolen Injured were Mrs. Ina Klitier, of 176 Hobson crewmen were lot The senator warned that an attempt to defend the w o r l d 36. of Fnvettevillo: Automobiles Found MI n M Five cars wore stolen in Fay r ,,,,,.: treasurer will be respected" as in- j "spread our resources so far and =·-«- --, ., ,, ,,, I dependent officers of the execu-1 thin that they may not be effec- succeed J. Howard McGratn. | "ive branch nf government. Thus' tive at the time we may need Draft Board Asked To Explain Classification ve . will be removed the opportunity i them most." of the grafters and the racketeers : : litical e campaigns will drop ' Daily Getting $750 From Bauxite I Ldust; me nip n/iin !"«·"·" ^." ,» TU T=rV bave no interest in buying an of- j Oklahoma City-l/Pl-The^Jack-| fice they car , no , use ." | He spent, some time criticizing Suit Filed By Of Dead New York -I/Ft- Slain Arnold j c tt c ville last nifiht, apparently - - - . etievme MM ms'", "H - ' wa _ Schustei's father has filed a SSttO,- j ,.j OJ . riding." smre all hut one o[ . ^^ Onn damage claim against the city, | the' missing vehicles had been · ' · Covered by this afternoon. Stolen were: A 1937 Ford coupe owned by ; . . . Helen Grngan of Fayetteville; a i ariving 1946 Ford sedan owned by E. J. charging negligence. The claim v.'as filed by Max Schuster, Brook- I lyn store proprietor and administrator of the son's estate. The son, 24-year-old pants Mlish Curb Tfii«ifr| Because Of Oil Strike I London -Wt-The Hoyal Air Forcl' sheriff said Taylor was i called off all squadron trainiri shock. Niman from City Hospital urgency treatment, but both women were held at the hospital. in County Draft Board vyill have n u l n , sa a m flfghway 71 j u s t ; at home and abroad today becauM nbo||t J;30 a ; gj the ^^^jan O il strike. J8 I so: 1 to answe salesman in'his father's store, was i Ball of Fayetteville; -a '1847 Ply- norin oj wrsi r i n r v (ju" - .ii. *.ii" a, , MI -'t*- * « « · - · · m. when he lost control while at- fiRhter units were ,.j ^.».. rlc » F ci.u. o,,,.... ....... -.-;-- ^ , j, ine jjujn ArK.-i/t'i-A .jenei-. ,o a ,, S w.T in court why it class.- , he heavy expense of running for yesterday filed l^hiro^f-indu^iffi^ TM --«'"'» h - c : Pine B l u f f , Ark.-f/TVA J e f f e r - ' hot to fj p a ih near his Brooklyn ijan ·-. , r,^^*.- . _ - ; (pi^ntinc to pas 1 * anothfr automo mouth convertible owned by M. C. «TMP TM £ ^ ftruck Boyer of Springdale; n 19.11 Ford' Little Bock-(/P) - The state n f : ordered the bo Arkansas i:- getting about S750: -r-ursdav after daily from b a u x i t e mined near w ard Abernath; Sweet Home on the old Confederate Home property. The Dulin Bauxite Company racar S. 'vaught! 'flo I or"o'f"'a "birnding" at" Fourth and i against the man acciiscd of killing rd to anear here I Main in Little Hock which is cost-i her husband. Mrs. Robert Good- m ly "'" j n R m - m ] es s a-month than elab-i night filer! suit in Circuit Court ranting tan la- ^^ ^^ space enRaRcd hv some I againsl Clarence Reynolds. Gonri- . a preliminary m- | candiclates iCOSls a n a y, and said : n j R ht, 22, dieH May 2 from injunction blocking the induction hc wnllld con duct as thrifty a j uri( , s suffered | n a right, said rail. ' campaign as possible. AbernathyS petition said he had , Following his speech, one^in , ~..j-. ........... ~- · : three; owned by F,. A. Hart o Fayette- aye candidates .costs a day, and said he would conduct as thrifty campaign as possible. j "coroner R. Frank Reed. ...^ ... ,,,, .. - , , Following his speech, one in a j Reynolds, charged with second Mid Thursday that it was taking b , cn ,-oclafsified from 2-C. an ag- series under the auspices of tne d " e murd(!r| ls (rc( , on 53,50(1 between 40(1 and 500 long tons oil r j c ultura! deferment, and that the , two groups at the University, ne | u _ _ _ , home March 8. The unsolved slaying -weeks nfler young Schuster spot-! villc; and a 1047 i _ n . v ^ i , ted fugitive "nank Robber W i l l i e : by Everett Ham, Jr., of Sutton on .1 subway 'rain and ; ville. ' , . , - j ,.,. ,,..,,,[ i All of the cars with the exeep- caused his aircsl. , ^ nf ^ ^^ ^^ haf| hwn ! recovered by this afternoon. Two : nl them were narked on West bridge flipped off the Most of the high octane aviatk gasoline used in RAF Bombers jr. pavement] old piston-enfiine_ fighters corn- Dickson Street. bond. u , ' i o n answered a number or questions f from the audience. Among other questions discussed was that of i Demonstrate Power highway construction. He said, ; Vicnna-lAVTens If we use the tax revenue col- highway construction. He said, ; Vicnna-lAVTens of thousands his doubi" uncle re| "If we use the tax revenue col- j of gnidj,,,.,. po ij rs and a n - e d c i - i Navy hoot camp, lected for the highway system., ^.^ mar( , h(d , hrouc h t h e i When 11-year-old next _yoar we can construct Si5,-; Czechoslovak cities · up. he made sure bauxite ore from the property i board "nesiected and refused" to dailv. The state collects SI.8" per| forward his wife's appeal. long ton in royalties; plus a sever- · ance tax of 10 cents per short ton 1 . p|,j| C Q Qf Radio Plant Burns Jg^SMK^ Buenos Aircs-l/PrFire destroyed | out new taxes or bond issues. If j today m a demonstration ot Lom- the Philco of Argentina radio and | you got SI for cnch $1 you pay munist military p-.-.^r. ' f o r highway taxes, you woum ·-··*- have i-.nouah to build good roads! Hradj frit* Offlccr« in Arkansas." He sadi ho favors a Highway Commission set upon a system of staggered t^rms so "that no gov Relatives Join Navy Together fo nd | $ p^^WJJh and'"tiirned'ovrr. The three vie- i from "the United States. Jet plan; , tims were passengers in the car. j use kerosene from Mideast o ' Wind Divorce \ I,os Angeles - (/Pi - Charging i cruelty. Movie. Actress Lynne Car! ter has won a divorce from actor; j William Tn'man. I ._ ..... Ixis Angeles-'/I'i-John Hisel and of thousands his double uncle report today nt Crider In Cinning Case . _ . . John Joined Clint Dans, owner of the i;a% is sure he'd have Canning Company of Cmcinattl. | Sister Kenny, Dying, Returned To States ! television in Los An-.ele 5 - : ..r,-SiMrr Elizabeth ^ Kenny returned to the U . S . from ^Australia today, promising to «ivc] all who want it my entire k n n w - j ledge" of polio. Sister Kenny drscribed downtown mane was 'en of the firemen fichtinR the bla/c were treated f o - injuries. The , ,, ln!l . t .... v plant is used mainly to assemble . rl or can control it," and re, ,,!,! television sets, w i t h parts import-. stated that "we do have she money, ncrscii, . . ,, _ , , . , _ , ] c.^tn and. ; are twins," he told charg«d with canning water-adulterated tomatoes for sale, this Little Rofk-i/Pi-Shcrift Tiohert Moore of Dcsha County was elect- the Y. : ccruitinR "officer yesterday, [ m o r n i n g posted a $50,1 bond with -They're my uncle. They're K a y . Sheriff Bruce Cnricr. , erse 0 ( h c Unil( . d st ,, P5 . ·s dying. She i s . F u l f e n n g from; 0 " !rom ""·._.,,! ___ ----- Tarkinson's disease, .1 nervous ail ment causing palsy and muscular weakness. " Staieo inai we nf i I hut it Is wasted." and~'hichard Tucker and they're Davis Is one o( iwo plant own- 18 cv.-n il they're smaller than . ers charged as he result of a state , ed president of the A r k a n s a s . me. We all w a n t ' t o join if we can Board of Health investigation i n t o ; Peace Ofncers Association Friday. | stay together, became we been : alleged adulteration of approx, He succeeds Max Tackett, Tex-, raised toaether and so we're just 1 likr triplets." arkana police chief. mately 1.1,000 , -.vith water. cases of lomaloes Poultry Market -- Government May Approve increase In Prices For Number Of Foods a Injuries In Fall From Car Fatal To Student Little Rock-'/P)-The daughter J Bryant School Supt. H. C. Scol died in a hospital here Thursdat from injuries suffered when, i-i fell from a moving car. She w.-j Mary Virginia Scott, 10. Her deal was the l l t h violent fatality it Arkansas since last Monday, Kefauver Leader In Arkansas is Named Little Rock-«P;-Latane T«rrpl a Little f!oc! cottonseed oil re. j owner, has beer, named chiuimi of the Kefauver-for-Fresiden' Hi? Ky ana inn I^.IM.T -·" --- ".-.-- ........ · Market New. Service of within the next few day. the U. S. Department of Aurlcul lure, Price control officials said the inl , rMW , prnh ahl.v will apply to Morlhwe«t Arkansas market , niich thlng« a« concentrated coffee, flr^ demand fair to good. ^ n d - ] d r y cere,., cracker, canned SiTM continued light, offerim very fruit., vegetable. ··" «n«P»- ««"·· ^h, fn .11; pnlm... .rowers hold - ' » mo, , ,,« ^ .ome canned m a.s. One official sal are necessary to the s keep grocer,' ,«nZt "tore, and to whole.-.)- , well as any «ft«r June 1.1. that may have no hrough last July 28. OPS ha* held the amendment! . if lir, The emergency eonrt lesi the Supreme Court overrule* i benefit of higher relllnjl appllei. thin decision, OPS official* have, to all bmlnewi ronctrni. I HOLES IN HIS Bynum, ». of Fort Worth. Texat, hai two hol«» m hla iMtd, k«* he lan't complaining Th« hot* were 4DIM In Ma *ull U |lv* Npport for · VWU11T **·'*' tow whkh la helylix to eerrtrt Jtrry's tvfvaturt H ft* ·*». The unuwal UMMMnt. Mug 0v*n ·« Fart Worth HM*tUI, Washington. Q«k» Frit IB 1*M Reno \v '^l-A iharp milt quake lolled Reno lust afttr 11 a. m. CST today. There waa Oo fl i port of damaff In the crU. TI j quak* waa accompanied by · kj rumble. HM ·fMnoM MM k th* wal an MM : IMkiirtM. C**Mf MMfhV Tvtanv »»rtl»H Not *rn' T

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