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·O PAGES TODAY Read by ovtr 25,000 Daily LOCAL FORECAST-Tomorrow pirtly cloudy win K»!- VrM triunderitorim tonlfht Tomorrow partly Houdy and coolar Hifh temperiture v«r:d«r »V ioTM « noon lodiy 74 Sunns* 5 n. mnj«t 7:18. The Public Interest fs The first Concern Of This Newspaper VOLUME 90, NUMBER 252 Aiioeiated Pr*u leased Wire FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS. FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 16, 1952 AP, King nnd NEA FtaturtJ Fayetteville Host To Movie Personalities PRICE FIVE CENTS Tito Moves In Trieste Great American F i g h t e r Pilot Is Shot Down Murray Stands Firm On Steel Union Demands Checking Radioactive Pests I , · j-m ,, · «T*' STBB^r * V-fc. j'fT*^ .^^^^H u. s. Fi,-,h A ir ».X ^ S ^'·.···MS***' **MfeJE?' V ^^·M^^^l The A r Force announced loda. ··« - " ^r^^^T^f "f^m^- .--. - ^^^1_:^^^M (hat Col. W a l k e r M. M a h u r i n . 33, one of America's greatest f i s h i e r j pilots. v.'Qj s/lot dnwn over Korea I Tuesday. The Sahrc jot pilot who jdowncd more t h a n 2;i planes in I twn wars hasn't been heard from since he radioed. "I've been hit by j f l a k and I t h i n k I'm on fire." The Air Force said it didn't Three motion picture figures were guests at luncheon yesterday noon at Ferguson's d i n i n g room, just know whether he p a r a c h u t e d , prior to appearing on the Square. At the table fadiig Ihe camera above are, left to risht. Miss M.-ry Ar.-' M a h u r i n , from Fort Wayne. Ind., nold, society editor of the Arkansas Traveler. U n i v e r s i t y student new.-.paper; Rod Cameron, \Ve~tcrr -A.is pioneering Ihe use of S a b r e ' l a b o r peace t - l k s w i t h tiie steel movie star: Webb Williams, acting mayor of Fayetlovillc; Miss Colleen Miller. RKO s t a r l e t ; George jet f i g h t e r s in dive bombing H e : industry, but stressed he's stand- Vaggner, director and producer of Hollywood, and M iss Hazel Kelly of Fayelteville, president of thc Bus! ness and Professional Women's Club. , (Puska TIM"ESFOTO) Will Talk, But No More Compromise Possible, He Soys P h i l a d e l p h i a - (.Ti - Stcrlwnrk- ors Union Chinf Philio Miirrc.v said today hp ic w i l l i n g tn rpnrw All But Annexes Occupied Zone After Warnings Military Decrees Tighten Hold On Disputed Territory Movie Trio Visits Here On Tour Movietime, U. S. A., came to Northwest Arkansas yesterday in the form of three moving picture personalities--Miss Colleen Miller, Rod Cameron and George Wagg- ncr. They drove up from Men a yesterday morning*ap.d were guests at a luncheon at Ferguson's before making public appearances on the | Square. Each spoke briefly to a Dever Named lo ^-Proposed Governor Says Keynote Party Convention was on his third mission of the ' ins pnt nn his demand?. con^lon^t i,' w^lTu^ ,TM*'J f^"' "«£"»" I""--f chemistry, .nd.Dr. P. K Ihe industry IT initiate new negotiations, and that he. was al- \As Dangerous , . . ,. \ V h i t r h p a d . as.ociate professor of entomology, loth of the University. , ohsei'.p H Goiter counter in aclion. The i n s t r u m e n t is used to detect i r a d i n - i r l i v i t y -- i n Ihis rase, as a means of tracing the flight h,ibit» of I the ;r,o?nuito. - Rayburn To Serve As Chairman Of Democratic Sessions I Hot Springs. Ark.-Wi-A P u l i t - i zer prize-winning editor said here! today Americans may lose their c o n s t i t u t i o n a l guarantees if the United States adopts ceriain treaties proposed by the United Nations. | In an address prepared for ric- For Back Taxes State Assessments Are Unwarranted, McMath Declares Chicago-(/P)-Democra{ic leaders ' ijverv lipfnm the A r i ^ n ^ c .Jaw crowd cm the north side o f , started the ball .rolling toward ' * he Arkansas the Square, and then proceeded to ] organization of the party's Nathe Veterans Hospital where they tional Convention yesterday with L i t t l e Rock-i/l'l-Gov. M c M a t h Bar says he w i l l sue Ihe fcd«al and I Association, Editor W i l l i a m H. slate governments for back in- · ' F i t z p a t r i c k of the New Orleans; come taxes he h a s - p a i d . In a letter !, . . TM'TM hl? c o n l r a r ' demands, ways ready lo accept a bid. Murray made jt clear he was un- w i l l i n g to retreat from the event u a l 2fi-cent.- an hour ' package," of the government's Wage Stabili- 7atinn Board. The i n d u s t r y has balked at the WSB proposals. "This organization is not going to compromise any more on this . ... . , issue." M u r r a y asserted "Our HP- 1 ' alcsl t h m R ln iTM 1 "^ at the* mauds have been compromised hv i Un ' v(lrs " v '·' lh1 al "m'c mosquito the WSB. Wo didn't get all we : ~ rievt ' lo l' ptl nri1 '"" a weapon of wanted by any means. And we're ! '' v '"' b u l '" disrnvrr Ihe f l i g h t in no mood t n compromise a n y i ' i a h l l s nf t n ' s '^arm-weather pc;;t. Dr. F. F,. Whilehead. associate deadlocked professor of entomology in the T"l I i I he Latest Thing In Research At U.A. more w i t h anybody i A solution lo the steel dispute t h u s seemed as hope- , College of A g r i c u l t u r e , who.-t re- less as ever. Murr- was w i l l i n g i search a l r e a d y h,-s c o n t r i b u t e d visited the patients. selection of the keynote speaker The three with their party went ; and permanent cl.airman. from here to Rogers and spent last night in Eureka Springs. They Gov. Paul A. De.ver of Massa- States declared: "We are asked to limit, except and restrict historic rights simply to the a c t i n g director of Ihe Rev- m " "* p ' a ""? a . f l o r enue Department's income tax di- ww^i · l n s l s l l n chusetts. riesc:"ed as ur ' liver the keynote address. The · SP** will be the firs! round of I "° r \ alu . e - a ° r " E0 TM on . oratory to start off the convention ] ^f he ./'«*"'«,, ° f 1 ' r n e n t chairman reached Memphis from Hollywood standing orator, was named to de- last Sunday and started on a tour ' liv er the keynote of Arkansas towns Monday. On the table at the luncheoi. were jugs of salad dressing and I at which delegates will nominate : barbecue sauce, jars of Welch's j Candidates for president and vic« ; grape juice and folders, all from the Springdale Chamber of Coin-; merce. The three took gifts with i thern.,- At the appearance on the Square. Acting Mayor Webb Williams presented a R u t h Gilbert Original orchid to Miss Miller, and smaller ; lapel flowers, also made by Mrs. Gilbert, to Cameron and Waggner. They were presented as gifts of the theaters in this area. Miss Miller, a striking brunette, is just 21. She has appeared most recently as the young bride of a d r a f t e e in "The Las Vegas Story," and is an RKO starlet. Rod Cameron is well known for his appearances in many Westerns. He j Dcver is six feet five inches tall, and ' Massachusetts has returned recently from India, n a ] a n c e " where he has been on location, i M c K i n n e v said t h c commilk( , Waggner is a producer and direc- . h a d screcncri ,, (he e n t j r c , J K t nf tor of note, engaged most recently j M D( , mocratlc Rover nors" in con- to meet upon a common ground of agreement with other nations address The ' whose people do not understand, which the inheritors.' Fitzpatrick spoke on "Govern- presidcnt. i merit by Treaty." He said "there, .,,,,,,, .., hi - h . , . Also named by the Domocratic i "e a number of dangerous trea-^XinVThe amn.mV riu "^ _ convention A r 1 ' ^ which have Wn proposed b y . " b M n ? ' hl? a m o u n t r t u c r a n g e m e n t s C o m - ' ' h " 1 '"'" t ·"-"---" · i ' mittee as perma- Federal Bureau of Internal Rev- vision. McMath reports he w i l l f i l e suit to recover " u n w a r r a n t e d " stale t a x assessments w i t h i n 30 days in Pulaski Chancery C o u r t . He says the federal government suit will be filed later. The governor enclosed In the letter a check for SI.221.22. representing "addilional tax with in- much to thc solution nf the q u i l o problem, lold today of hi.-; placed a floor on any bar- g on the f u l l plans to use r a d i o a c t i v e phos- erms. ! phorus in determining how lar^-e The industry was s t i l l under an a r p a a mosquito covers d u r i n g government seizure, with legality i its relatively short l i f e span. government operation of | The need for this information | Gov of the Belgrade. Yugoslavia -'/Pi- Premier Marshal Tito's government all hut annexed the Yugoslav- occupied rone of Trieste last night v i t h military decrees tightening Ihe Communist nation's hold on the disputed A d r i a t i c territory. Tito's orders followed his pr6- testj t h a t Yugoslav intercjts had b e e n threatened by a British- American decision last we.ck ta give Italy a hand in ruling Trieste's Zone. A, which the tv.-o -vestem powers have governed since World War II. Both llaly and Yugoslavia claim the entire 320-square-mile territory, which was divided and put under Icmporary military rule a f t e r Ihe war. Under orders from Belgrade, the \ugoslav m i l i t a r y commander In Trieste Issued decrees to: 1. Remove travel restrictions inside Yugoslavia for residents of Zone B. 2. Extend control of the Yujrcr Slav Federal Bank over all finin- rial a f f a i r s in the zone. 3. Abolish the Istrian regional people's co.-.'inittoe, which has been the zone's civil government. Its powers are taken over by pco- ,, 'pie's committees of the districts Wa-hmglon-i/fi-The simmering of Kopar n n d Bu)( , o,l s t r i k e s tarter] to cool off today. | T ( l o h , d ,,., mcd MrUcr ,,, , h . End Of Lengthy Oil Strike Seen Union, Management Nearer Agreement income tax for on my the three ^ietbTM^^ they outline fall far Jhort P oil ^^ f .^f.^ rn .? ll ,jr^. c ., b ^* c !. p . In Some Areas for the second American beliefs and constitution-1 cnup .. S consecutive n a - i a ' guarantees on the same sub- 1 t i o n a l meeting i J cc ' 5 anri because they offer in- R n y b u r n of j l n i s eountry. The United stales Constitution itself, Fitzpatrick said, provides that treaties become t h e supreme "I am t a k i n g this action because ! Texas, speaker ot the House. Frank E. McKinney, the p a r - ' l a w of 1n e 'and. He pointed to » · s tj'tuVc '--in'] ty's N a t i o n a l ! 1 1 . s Supreme Court decision I an adjustment on Committee chair- ^'hich^he said showed it was pos- I wc || af t ( l p f o r j e mosquitoes in the larval stage. The' 0. A. K n i g h t , leader of a coall- material used was hentonite, con-, (ion of unions which have been on t a i n i n g five per cent riieldrin, HIM: s t r i k e for IB days, said In an in- i was applied in pellet form by air-! tot-view t h a t "we have called off i plane »t, the ratt of two pound.* to thp utrike" and most strikers 1 the acre. The test was conducted, should be hack on the iob coon j In Ihe rice area because of t h e ! Before t h a t could happen, the · high mosquito population there. ' 22 unions would have to sign h u n - , j A f t e r discovering that he could; dreds of l.-ica! bargaining agree-j i successfully control mosquitoes merits with more than 70 nil corn- over a large area. Dr. Whitehfad panies. needed to know just how far he Some tenlativcle agreements. · , . ,, would have lo extend his houn- worked out on the basis of a wage : Hl « hwa ' Commission in step daries to give protection lo a giv- stabilizalion formula, were being . th thp Slalc ' Fol ' cc ' -._ ,,,, . e n region. For example. Iherc are: reported last nieht. .Others were: The troopers have long tried to on the stale tax a s : areas from the Rocky* M o u n t a i n s , towns t h a t would like to adopt · b( ' n K awaited loday. Tal assessment." ; to I h e Great Lakes today, h u t mild mosquilo-control programs. if ~* """ """' - - · ' · · (h(?v | (n( , w t h a t mnr( , moS q u j| op5 I I I would not come in from outside as; ArKflllScIS LCflflS Id not warranted," M c M a l h ^aid "Since the stale payment is based entirely on the a d d i t i o n a l federal I feel obliged to in- 'eedings TO .lecure '· Rain, Hail Hit Large Section Speed Limit "Raised" By SMe Commission The «Ute Highway Commission hat raised the Arkansas speed j limit from 55 to 60 miles an hour for passenger cars, it was »n- nounced today--which finally puts (By Thf Associaltd Prm) Snow, hail and rain hit wide most other parts of Mon- in "Operation Pacific" ! to all factions." man, said Dever I sib| e to enact through t r e a t y ai T i, n ,,,,,.,,,,» -j .v . "";; 1 ""," " and R a v b u r , . ! ^ which otherwise would be un- i b J' ° fi g ^" h "'^ ?o nnr? ,, J " rnnt{m ^ "give u s ' a p e r - , constitutional. He said Ihe ori^n-i,,," LTM'I n ° ^ ( ^ i f M S ' S "° W "·" in · feet geographical!^ federal migratory bird act w a s ' ^ e d for 104R 4oT M ' M £ ""'' I d a h n a n d W ' omin S- ' v i t h a f a s t " the - v arc killl:d °" wi '"' n :,,,,. ,,,,,,,,, ,, , £|^£^^ ,, , ! «HJ"£HiS^^"^^i---"SK's«asr' I and which were not reimbursed hy farmers ii 1 iloVr Ulth TH f H T ''i"""* 1 " 1 i Burley and Pocatello, Idaho, while . along with a deduction taken . . . ' s n n w mixerl w i t h ' ! sidering a keynoter. He said cal] se it was in implementation of usurpation of state powers, b u t : ' that n second, almost identical j , act was ruled constitutional be-' John Wayne for Warner Brothers. : ' Dever 49 governor of Massachu- | a "·"'· with Great Britain, setts since 1948, "was acceptable j Di.seus.srs Two Treaties Fort Smithions Visit Here To Boost Rodeo Boosters of the annual A r k a n - sas-Oklahoma rodeo at F o r t Smith, to start this year May 31, former Postmaster General James I fiiznatriek rleel=r^rf h . .1, · The poultrv market today ,t r. arrived in Fayettevi.le shortly be; A . Farley at the ,94,1 Democratic ; Covenant on H u m a n n!gh,s en!^ or '^ P by 'heTnS^of A/- ""west areas. I enforce a 60-mile-perhour limit i rather than thf- S3-mile limit post- |cd alongside, state highways by i the Highway Commission. On page ! in of the latest edition of thc 'State Police "Guide to Safe and Sane Driving," the speed limit 15 listed as fin miles an hour for cars. 55 for buses and 45 for trucks freezing warnings to So h? appealed to The Uni\ r-rsllyV w TM\?rn area of Ihe Red Cross in .' " rr yi"S five ^ tons _or less. Idaho. Snow fell in I chemistry department, and Dr., percentage of t o t a l goals achieved : The """mission s decision to CfOSS Arkansas leads the 16-state Mid- A r t h u r Fry. assistant professor o"f' in 1h5 1! " fund dm"e.~M-s" Mabii bo °" Ath « s P c « d , 'TM' "incided chemistry, w«s drafted '" V i B i m ^ - Braden. executive secrftarv o f : v v l l n Arkansas 140th traffic Sato help · r - Rraden. executive secretary o f : "·'"" A f k a n s wnths of i t h p Washington County chapter '. t a lit' of the detail i " as a result of the loss on th fore 5 p. m., yesterday, and pub- · National Convention in Chicago. Rpp. John W. McCormack of licized the event with music and i band and dangers '-four of our most kansas I n s t i t u t e of Science and talks. A Western swing band and i Massachusetts, the House majority ! n^amSTdmWta'rheFVcTM! I Poultr ^ TM" k * ««* Scrvic, of a quartet played and sang several i leader, was named chairman of ; s ti U , t i o n : Frc edom of worship i t h c u - S - Department of Agricul- numbers while members of the ous heritaees." gnaranteeri in the | ^hnolosy and _ the Dairy and j}y|| e |j }{j| fa Qf U.S. Official In Tunis ! expeeted to begin work w i t h i n j three weeks on the iob of outlin- inR the eonvenlion platform. assembly. ' """:'steady, demand f a i r "There are no exceptions to ! f c r i n K s reported a d e q u a t e these rights in our C o n s t i t u t i o n . " P°' n ' !; - Trading modcrat the preliminary Platform Drafting j ^e'e'^m of sneeeh"freedo^'^.L'''!'"«. srrs? tnT^r ^ · s=o^ TM%^ I TM. - a.'r TM SLSEL ^^ : A^. gathered on the Square. A machine gun was fired--blanks were used--to attract a t t e n t i o n . This was the f i n a l stop on a two-day tour for the Fort Smith- ians. and they went on from here at !0 30 a m CST Two ip'^-^n« j ' ", ' '"""·' * AI - I -" I "" ; \ ,,_ · , ' a d v fo 'fo ri ·' ]' " H ' a n S ° man -' uniitations, t h a t they cents, : The Ropubliran ya'tionaTcon- ,,,,' T^nK 8 bV^ 1 "- 8 "" "1°" ^t,' I j v e n l i o n also will he held at the i n ,,..,,,. ',,,,,,,, e ,,,,/," n1 .l1 "1.'' r . hl ! . amphitheater, opening July 7. market , . . . . - 1 1 L i l'"-.-lc l l ^ t u . . . U J U U I \ O I l ^ I I l J U O n ' . . . . . . . . n v l l j ] ^ l l n ^ u t . - I .1 u'. I I ^, K :r, ; ?.:?. ^r?'.TM- ^ said. "Bu,,he Covenant on .ni.-t farm, reported up ,,, 2 p. which Marts .July 21 at the I n t e r - ; Rights today, broilers a n d f r y m.. It wns below freezing in some ties of radioactive phosphorus--a g°al. Total contributions for the potent m a t e r i a l obtained from the state v/ere 1.10 per cent of ih'e atomic pile at Oak Ridge. Trnn. goal. Of the Ifi states in the area, The l a r v a e consume the phosphor- only Arkansas and Kansas sur- us through feeding; and when passed their goals, and both of they emerge as adults, they a r e ' t h e m were in disaster areas, she radioactive. This fact is easily tie- said. termined hy hrintrmg them i n t o ! The lo-al chapter '."ill hold i t s . presence of a Geiper counter -- ; a n n u a l meeting preceded by A din- ' B t n t c s clear an instrument t h a t looks vasuelv ner M a v 27 at the Central Pres- ' merged lands off their coasts. This like a telephone swiichhoard w i t h h y t e n a n Church. This is open to ' cnt the legislation to President its flashing lights. When the ra- Ihe public and reservations may Truman, for approval or dioactivo particles from the mos- be made hy c a l l i n g 2BB. Paris-f/Pi-U. S. Consul General all : John D. .Irrne/^an of Tunis said Prices '. his piitnmobile was fired upon by Tideltnds Oil Measure Approved By Senate Washington-'/?) - The Senate passed a bill today giving the to nil-rich sub- u n k n o w n a s s a i l a n t s in the Tunis suburbs today. Two bullets hit .rights, 12.00 to 4 p o u n d s ) 26 t o , his car! which 'he was driving, but q U i t ° ^"'" t h r ll " Iiratl; n s t r u - | to their homes. 1 none of the occupants was hurt. The Weather Arkansas warm; widely Soles In Department Stores Show Increase St. Louis-OPi-A 15 per cent gain In department store sales in the Eighth Federal Reserve District last week, as compared with the,'showers and local Ihunderstormsi clergymen ihere and t h a t Czecho corresponding period a year ago,! in the northwest portion this a f - j . S l o v a k i a had followed it in the im- ant, can be t a k e n away whenever a go-, ern.nent decides to call a n a t i o n a l emergency." i Fit/patrick declared that Hun- Partly cloudy and: ;;ary had followed the letter of the scattered thunder- -. Covenant in the prosecution nf ' Presentation Of Award was nttributed today to the a p p a r - j ternoqn and tnni?ht; scattered *nt success of seasonal sales pro- : thundershowers and cooler tonipht motions. i and tomorrow. Naval Reservists To Hold Open House At Eason Building Armory prisonment of Afso-iatfri Press Correspondent W i l l i a m N O a t i f . "Thir, is the philosophy we are beinj; asked to accept for A m e r i cans M home and abroad in Ihe Covenant on H u m a n Rights," Fi(7patrick said. Won!* Pmvldr Service -The bead of the A i k a n s a s Bar Association todiiv called for lega service lo any person needmt; it at a cost.he can a f f o r d -- r,r if men!, it makes rapid d i r k i n g JJ K V h ,"L w hy Tn y atom,c a ,TM"- Service Chiefs Goodbye q u i t n . Dr. Fry says "rion't v n r - . ry". The small a m o u n t of radi*- 1 London-'/Pi-Gcn. DvicM D artivp phnsphnrus atonrbod by a ' E.;,.: r.!-i-, A c-i l.jnrlu-fi loday w i t h mosquito rould not be h a r m f u l to Britain's sorvirc r h i r f p . hi5 las' a h u m A n * II Fiirh. worr Iho rnpo,; mrftinj; n-ilh thorn hrforr he rr- it would k i l l thp mo?t]wto f i r s t , ' l i r ^ s as supreme commander, A3- This summT. nt thp hotsht of HM P^wors in Europr tho t rnoFquitn ?r,iron, Dr W h i t e - 1 Hi" host UMJ. Brilnrn's 'lofr-nyo heart plans to sM up a mosquito- j nninislcr. l.orH Alrx.imier Earlir-r. hrpfidinit station ^ o m f w h ^ r p in thr Eisenhower visitPd '-vi'h ForriRii stair. l!.=inn th*- «amf method -T? SnrroUry A n t h o n y F,don :,nf) r.'il!- m thr laboratory, hp w i l l radio- ^ in 1.'. S. Ambasrador W a l t e r CONTINUED ON P A R E T H R K E r. if ford. : eto. The Seoat* acted hy voice vote on ·A-hirh members are not recorded. Thp issue is state vs. federal ownership Truman vetoed a state ownership bill in 1946. but has not said publicly what he will do about this one. Most capital gursser are he will veto it. C a l i f o r n i a , Texas and Louiri- ana are most directly concerned, Experts ha 1 e estimated the worth ·if nil m the submerged lands off thnr roa.-*s at anywhere from 22 to .ir billion dollars. EmpIojM Bark On Job I . i t t l p . Rock-'/Fi-Western Union employr- who had been on strike smcf April 3 returned to work hrr' 1 toda v. Students From North To South Conduct Raids On Dormitories Faycttevillc's naval reservists,! floor of the Eason Runtime, w i l l , necessary at no cost whalsoe\er. members of Organized Elertronics] open at fl a. . m . Offieers, enlisted Terrell Marshall of L i t t l e fioek Company R-fi, will observe. Armed men and Waves of the u n i t will said l h a t "unless the needs of the Forces Day Saturday w i t h open. be on hand to suide visitors and mdicent for expert lecal ;nsisi- house at their armory in the Eason ] explain the ele.etrnnie equipment anee. . . are met. we w i l l some Building. The unit is also sponsor-1 on display. · day f i n d the p l a n n e r s m a k i n g a ing- · window display nt the Ok-. The u n i l ' s radar, the only .such i better ease for soeiahzalion nf Ihe lahoma Tire and Supply Company.' set in this area, will be in opera-: law t h a n t h e y ever rlid for Mieial- Suturday will mark Ihe seennd lion t h r o u g h o u t the. day, b o u n c i n g i x a t i o n of medirine." t.lm« t h a t the Nnvy reservists have its eleetronic beams off m o u n t a i n s , : An association rommiltoe yes- opened their armory to the p u h - i w a l e r towers and buildings over lerday urged extension of .in or- tn lh(- Hron/e Kt.ir lo M-Sgt Inme' J 1 vdon lie. Last year several h u n d r e d ; a wio area, The varied radio, ganized legal assistanee program D O T. r. preredms an Armed Sen' people visited the armory on A r m - ' equlpmsnt through which radlo-i which now operates in Pulaski " " rd Forces Day to watch r ? d a r a n d , men m a i n t a i n eonlact w i t h o t h e r ' a n d Sebastian counties. , rilei other sporidlized Navy equipment; n a v a l i n s t a l l a t i o n s t h r n i i c h r n i t the · I M n r r ,| un i . i n n A r m v a n d A i r Force n O 'T C 'cadet m a r c h e d ' i n In operation. ; United States will also be open for H u n t ' s h.1* the r i g h t gilt [or your 'he ,., ran y. The me.lal was awarded at the revievL land n the The armory, located nn the top inspection. graduate. ( A d v . ) we.M side ol the Square. (PuTka TIMFSKOTO) fnl. l l e n r v Neilson. l e f t , professor of m i l i t a r y science and tactics In Ihe A r m y N O. T f. .it ihe l.'nlver.ity, presents nn flak Leaf clu.vter in t h e Army rvicet D«y parade yesterday. Ser- r.ennl l.ydon, who was assigned to ihe University in February, was for j e m t e ln Korea from November, IMO, to October. l^M spread to Columb;.'i I.'ni\'ersity and Miami e a r l y today. At Columbia, police and special guards battled more t h a n I.firm students for two hourv lo slem invasion of several girls' dormitories of Barnard College on the university campus. Some, of the men got mlo two of the ro-ed dwellings and made off w i t h female underwear. Some co-eds tosKeft brassieres and panties fri»m t h e i r rtormUory windows Other i n u m b e r of olher rchmtlj, i n c l u d - ing the rniver.Mtte;. nf Florid;. Xe- hraska. Iou:j. Purctue. Denver, and ! Otlerhein V o l l r j c in Ohio. ; At Ihe 1,'niversif. of M u m i early todJiy, about ^."nu men s t u d e n t s ! raided the Dic-kuisnn d o r m i t o r i e s on the main c a n i p u s Police and firi'men userl ho^e^ to n u e l l the d e m o n s t r a t o r s d u r i n g t h c two- hour m"lee. some i .odd into the not gerle h/ivo bern ' i n d e n t dt'ncy. Before t h a t demonjtratfon ended. 28 student.* were arrested and three policemen were injured M e a n w h i l e , at Bloomington, Ind., male students at Indiana University were invited to dip into ,n barrel f u l l of lingerie. Several hundred students were foiled in an a t t e m p t e d raid on a women's dormitory there last Mondnv nigHt. Today, a college, official said, a barrel loided with discarded undergarments would be available--free to ail takers. At Yale University on Tuetday, in ii"i; P v , some l.SfKl students demonstrated fight when a ' over an argument Involvinn rival · p i n t l e r . i i d ' ' r i v a l group presented another I Ice rream vendorfc G«V*I1 «rrestl 1 recently at a comic Mnp chancier Inf thf |Hd» I were made. | Pitfjn M-I--S . ]a»! niRht v i r l " - t u d r n t u qot hut nut over hn- A pearrful rally--;i cam- lo put a romic strip rhar Rirl.« h u r l M haa of water at thf ' a r t r r ( p o c n t in tho White House

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