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4 A PAGES TODAY Read by ovtr 25,000 Daily J2ortJ)toest ·\. lOCAt K«CAST-- Fays'tev.Ue «nd vicinitjr P » r t U cloudx ind rnnllt^ia cool toiUfht. vMh lo* nf 0 to 45. tomorrow pirtjy {-.'"'"I';. w«-m«r Ralnlill JI inch/ £·."?" -''TV" lo * '»« i bo'JM SO. Sunrise i l l . iuni*t 7:19. The Public Interest It The Firtt Concern Of Tn/s Newspaper VOLUME 90, NUMBER 2S4 Auociated Press Leased Wire fAYETTEVILLt. ARKANSAS. MONDAY EVENING MAY~ 19, V?52 British Business s«ngj And Veils Wead 01 f ighiing AI Violent Death Mav Get Out Of Slruck slMwnee Pl8nlr Bul No Work Done Tnll in tia»e Uf VVl VUI VI Shawnee. Okla.-WVAn expect-; side the plant gates and joined' *"" Ml JlUlC Ml i i j , | | ed clash between striking union !'he returning workers in the cnfe- ! I nina Mainland iikkeis and w ° rkers sta sing i ! if nr LT J he unionists { ^i bcsan riimkr T/^li U I I I I Q nailliailU b«k-l«Mhe-job movement turned ' ^"ITTM rf,, a " d Cha " tlnS: j UllllDS I 0 L I AP, King and NEA feature* PRICE HVi CfNTS Abandonment Of Huge investment Considered Near London-(/P)-British business to- i Shawnee. Okla.-tVP.i-An expected clash between striking union pickets and workers staging a back-to-the-job movement turned into a singing, yelling demonstration this morning at the million- dollar Sylvania electronics p l a n t ; vinus here. i Murr Thirty-five workers, led by Mrs. Katie Q u i n n , crossed picket lines of the International Electrical Workers Union CIO while Troffic Accidents Claim Four Lives; Harrison Woman D'e. : trolmen and scores of curious ' townspeople \.-atched. . They went into the plant cafe: teria to await action by company London newspapers said For; strike at the teJevisfo t r'and radio i entered "The" £lan"t ca'feted'a' 1 He i a" suicide" bV /HoT^n'ri^ becretary Anthony Eden will j tube factory since March 17. Ho-;- : declared union members 'i ?',"y i Coroner s Turv tell Parliament tomorrow that ever, about 90 union pickets " · ' i-oionei s J u r j . vestment on the Chinese mainland! and get out. The reported w i t h - 1 tsrawal, however, will not a f f e c t : Britain's diplomatic recognition o f : the Peiping regime. There was no violence, such as ' punctuated the strike on two pre- I occasions. Gov. .Johnston i y iiad ordered the state troopers to help local officers pre- , vent any outbursts. I Earlier, Plant Manager C. W. Hosterman told the union he would not interfere with a hack- to-work group's entrance into the building. Elmer Dickinson, president o f ' persons yesterday. the local chapter nf the union, w a s 1 The shotgun death Little nock-I/Pi-Arkansas' violent d e a t h toll for the week climbed to 21--the greatest number in six weeks--with the death of five of lark , U. Student Is Trapped In Mountain Crevasse Between Ice Walls Rescue Chances To Save Youth Grow Dimmer Great Fire Causes Damage At Corpus Christi British businessmen see no use j parked their strike placards out- Quinn's group does. Too Busy trying to hang on in the vast Far' Eastern country where, u n t i l t h c i Reds took over, they had been' dominant figures in foreign trade, for more than 200 years. British holdings in China are estimated - at $840,000,000. The ' newspaper reports said the British owners will try to sell the holdings to Chinese government i agencies, but that no one is op- ' timistic. "The Foreign Office thinks f h e i chances of the companies getting ' compensation for their abandoned property are very small," said the Daily Express. The Communists ordered seizure of all American properties on the Chinese mainland at the end of 1950. No compensation was paid. The Reds have seized outright only one British holding, however--the Asiatic Petroleum Company -- in April. 1951. This was in retaliation for British seizure in Hong Kong of a t a n k e r ' formerly owned by the Chinese Nationalist government and claim- i ed by the Reds. The properties the British are i reported now planning to give up are located chiefly in Shanghai. Tientsin, Hankow, Canton and a sprinkling of smaller cities. They j include factories, shipyards, warehouses, hotels and office buildings | The withdrawal would follow a : M ~Sgt. Anthony Herbert, 22, constant and progressive Red Hermine, Pa., makes amends the cafeteria as long as Mrs. A. C. Ucker Dies; Funeral Service Tomorrow AMD Building And Loan President Active Here Many Years Clarence (Jack) Ucker. Four persons were killed in t r a f f i c accidents vesterday. Joe Howe. 25, and H. L. Hastings. 27, both of Steele, Mo., were killed when the car in which they were riding ran off a small wooden bridge on a county road between Blytheville and M a n i l a , Ark Dolph C. Horton, 44. of West , Helena when his car hit a concrete abutment. Mrs. E. G. F.rwin, 18, of Harrison was k i l l e d when the car : in which .-he was riding struck a parked truck on bklahoma State j Highway 33 near Leach. Okla. i Faulkner County Coroner Rob- ! ert A. McNutt a t t r i b u t e d the death : of Ovie Bell Kirby. 43, whoso body was found in the yard of her : Spring Hill community homo, to ' electric shock. M c N u t t said t h a t Mrs. Kirby a p p a r e n t l y was r e t u r n - Sl'ps Through Snow Bridge While Moking Mountain Descent Spirit Lake, Wash.-'/Pi-A moun. i t a i n silence clo.iked an attempt j today lo rescue a University of ! Washington student from a cre- . vasse 8.000 feet up the icy ilopej ; of Ml. St. Helens. The youth wed[ god between two walls of solid lee j was Art ,[e?selt. 20. son of the Rev. j nnd Mrs. Thomas E. Jessett o! . Seattle. Ho was lost through tha ' snow "bridge" across the crevass« Sunday while trailing- three companions on a descent from the 9,: 1171-foot peak. It was believed he is -bout po fr-et down. Hopes for his survival between Ihe icy walls dwindled with each president of the Kayctteville I '"S to the house with an electric Association, ' cord when the accident occurred. campaign against British busi- telephonc in New York, after for- Building and Loan died at the f a m i l y home, 603 North Willow, at 4:30 p. m. Saturday. He had been in ill h e a l t h or several years and had been confined to his room for the past few weeks. He had lived in -Kay- j ette--ill 48 years. He was the last survivor among ' t h e 11 children of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Joseph Ucker, pioneer farmers in the vicinity of Marshall, Mo. After ! .-- ·. , __ working on his father's farm he | L.QnJIClQteS I O became a commercial salesman out ' ot Kansas City and later engaged of j in farming near Faycttevillc. by | Mr. Ucker and his brother, Ed- . The largest number of violent deaths for the week of May 12-18 ' were caused by t r a f f i c accidents. '. Six persons were killed on A r k a n - ' sas highways, five in fires, three ' by suicide, two by drowning and industry, farm e q u i p m e n t , electric shock, homicide and a falling tree each claimed one. lime^hrea't'en'edT'u" PIOJC . C ' n n a l ' Cnr Pus Cb,-isli"."f : ;.s.""wT,lr n inform,".Tf'pmnkr antl flames t h a t for a nioun'lainee agTvird7wa"l,"ugM under n, h ? mps ,. an ^ 1hc mli TM mrtustri.-,! ar,n of the c.t.v. The fire in oil sTor . lw '°" *»* __.--._L:L _!!. 1nuKhMjnder control with aid of f o a m i t e rushed f r o m Houston. I nessmen since the Communists i K cttin £ his date with top Army took over. The foreign firms have i brass at " news conference. Her- been..plagued by special taxes, | bert, with 27 decorations, is the fines and government-ordered'ov-j mos ' decorated soldier to come orbitant wage scales for the Chi-! , n u t , o f , ( n e Korean war. It seems nese employes. Fishing Vessel Found Circling Without Owner, Seattle-Wl-A fishfng vessel- its load of fish partially decom- ; posed and a cold cup of coffee in ' its cabin -- was found by the Coast Guard yesterday r u n n i n g in cir- '· cles about three miles off the j Washington coast. The engines : were wide open, hut no one was ! aboard. The Coast Guard identified the vessel as the 37-foot Tcr- rinc. The owner of the craft, Richard H. Dill of Port Angeles, was presumed "to have fallen overboard and drowned. District Governors Of Lions Clubs Named Hot. Springs, Ark.-Wi - Gover- he had another date--with an at- ward, bought and operated the New York Store on the south side of the Square here, and he owned and operated the Fayettcville Milk Plant for a had served and Board of Directors of the City number of years. He the City Council tractive New Jersey Stale Teach- Hospital. He was a member of ers College student whom he met the Catholic Church, and had been I two years ago on a vacation at A s - I president of the Favetteville bury Park. N. J While the brass j Building and Loan Association for ! waited, Herbert dated and related! about °0 years , j his experiences to a school class. Truman To Talk At Dam Fete Dedication To Be Held At Norfork Washington-(/P)-I'rcsident T... man has accepted an invitation tn speak at dedication ceremonies July i for two big power and flood He is survived-by his wife, t h e . former Miss Cleo Hoot, whom he j r .- t . ncr married in 1910, of the home; a I r r a tj c foster daughter, Mrs. Helen Full- j j a K,,« bright of Hot Springs; 20 nephews j j . _ «, and nieces. I Chem . j Rosary services will be conduct- j ed in the f a m i l y home at 7:30 o'- 1 clock this evening. Funeral serv- ' ices will be hold tomorrow at 10 . a. m., in St. Joseph's Catholic ! Church by the Rev. Father-Maloy. i Burial will be in Fairview Me, morial Park cemetery under the Tru- direction of Nelson's Funeral . Share Platform At Special Fete Dermott, Ark.-WP)-The 1952 Arkansas gubernatorial race will get a premature kickoff Thursday when at least four of the candidates share the speaker's platform «t the opening of Dermott's $55,000 swimming pool. Three Democratic candidates for governor have accepted invitations to speak, along w i t h the Republican ' · · · - -- - McMafh Favors igntAs Party Nominee Asserts Senator May Be A Serious Contender For Post L i t t l e Rock-(/P)-Govornor Me- ' M a t h today came out strongly for ] Sen. J. William Fulbright as a possible Democrat);: nominee 'for president. | "I would like to sec Fulbright '· nominated," the governor said, 1 adding he hoped the Arkansas del- i lion would be instruoteii i Grand Jur j - j ." , ~ --' I n u n wt)i»iu Di? inSiruCici'i iu ri:M ·^"nfBavou The^ne" "' "" TOt « fOr lhe A **TM* ~'\ TMndida B . a es°^e T Rep. D BTMd- ! TM C m TM ^ "* »*" «^~ \ -.1 Spirit Lake, near the mountain base. The peak is about SO miles south of. Mt, I Rainier and about the same di«* j lance northeast of Portland, Ore. i Indications were that It would , take several hours for news ot tragedy or success to come from the mountain. It was a several hours' hike, from the scene and. * 45-mile drive to the nearest tel«- phonc. The last contact with the trapped youth was late Sunday. Sllpi Farther Down Jessetl called to hit companioni that he was trapped in the narrow ICP hole about 3!i tect down. He said he thought Be had broken hii arm. Then as the ice about him melted from the heat of hi« body anrj he railed that he was slipping. The party's only rope went wt;h him. H wa« looped about Jcssett'I shoulder. Mountaineers from Seattle and Once inside i Peeled: for V"^^! "w i U h ". " e " " 1! «J '« £»»7 Americans' Junl." bu, for a sober invest!- j 5 TM * ' %£,* '£, "oJmen ^nd gallon of any possible wrongdo- mtmhpr , of the Mt St. Heleni*W *' I patrol labored until nightfall yes-. Judge Cummings (old he jury i lerday. British Too Fast For U.S. In War Games Upper Heyford. Kngland-t/Ti- Amcriran and B r i t i s h troops were playing war games nnd the Americans took a had h e a t i n g yesterday. As planned, a British force of 150 paratroopers dropped near an air base defended by hundreds of heavily armed U. S. troops. The British deployed a r o u n d the base while a detail scurried to a secret rendezvous at a larrr. house. Donning firemen's o u t f i t s a n d , - ---- ,, -..^*.. borrowing a firetruck the detail i Judge Mnupin Cummings point raced unopposed through the main ! n u t t n «t the jury was not cm- gate of the airbase. they captured the headquarters b u i l d i n g . The Americans let the "firemen pass unchallenged. Witnesses Heard Judge Says Rumors Might Be Looked Into By Group The Washington County Grand Jury opened its deliberations this morning after hearing Circuit of - Home. President For Harrison Named Chief Of U.N. Delegation Tokyo-m-Maj. Gen. William K. Harrison was named today to succeed Vice Adm. C. Turner Joy on Friday as chief of the United Nations Command Korean armistice delegation. Harrison, 56. a lav y Gen. I McMath previously had said he t rancis , would ]j h c to scc a f a v o r i t e son ; vote cast for Fulbright, but his slatement today was stronger than any he has made heretofore. He said the situation had changed-- i Entire Senate Invited To Hear Gen. Ridgway Bruce Raby, Seattle, a member Representative Trimble (D-Ark) today. To be dedicated are the $28,- OriO.OOO NorfoVt dam and the $78,000,000 Bull Shoals dam, both on the White River. *"-"-SC"»\-"J. J J r t i I I M I J 1 , i ) D , H jav , evangelist, has been a member of · cx P ect , to a t t e n d members t h a t there are rumors _ . . . . , _ ,~. lot mistreatment of prisoners by ' of Jcssett's party, said'Jessett was 1 police which might be looked into.! shout 300 feet behind the group He did not specify when the a l - j when he disappeared. When thejl leirod m i s t r e a t m e n t oc-urrcd o r , returned to look for him, they I w h a t person or persons was in- I found only a hole about the size volved. · | of a man in the snow. Raby said Washin«ton-W)-All members of | Six witnesses had appeared b e - ] the crevasse had been covered the Senate have been Invited to . fore the Grand Jury before noon, completely by the snow, attend a closed-door sessiot, of the [ a n d a seventh witness was wait- While Raby skiied down Ing to testify when the hearings were recessed si 12 o'clock lor lunch. Apparently all of the witnesses called this morning testified concerning a single car.e. Proceedings of the Grand Jury arc secret, and the subject of its but didn't specify in w h a t respect --since he first discussed the mat- t . ler and he now believes Fulbright A TM cd Services Committee Wed"may turn out to be a serious con- "TM day at v :' 1l "'; h f ; e n - Ma«hc-.v B. t c n d e r M . I Ridgway will be questioned about He said he believed there was a lncA K °J° l s l a m l incident, definite possibility that Fulbright | A , |spal--li from Seoul today might get the support of other del- TM" ] n= E " n ' h Arm . v reported a cgations. McMath said he did not Board of I n q u i r y has completed its . .. the Democratic ! investigation of the seizure and re- j rielilirations are not privileged for ! axes. tha mountain for help, another member of the party, Fnrd Oliphant, 20, of Chehalis, intercepted sl» other climbers on the mountain and borrowed a rope. Otiphanl was lowered into the Ice hole at the others braced the rope with ir.e , nors of the three Arkansas districts, Lions International, were , _ j , elected here today at the Lion's kansas a n d nearbj ' 34th annual state convention. Oliphant said he found an icl convention and declared he would ; The only information ledsc about fid feet below the rim Members of Congress from Arhave: merged lands, hit out sharply al named to deal with the Commun- i been invited to attend. -.-· - i President Truman today for w h a t : Hs at Panmunjom. Joy will de- 7-R" A""L'| he Ivorr ° rk dflm was mmplet- he called "reckless charges and I part June 9 for his new a«ign ' ' ' i ed in 1944 and is supplying power! wild accusations." In a . floor. ment as ;uperintcndent of" the They are: District Jones of El Dorado; 7-A E C : J u " t- "'' " ° ' . . , . , . . « u,.^,..,,,,.,,...,. ,,, u . ,. u ^. i m .| iL j,^ jupenmennenl of t h Sleeman of Manila; and 7-K, E. B' ' L° r ,, tl i ev , S ° ut . nwos ' crn Po "' er P° o1 -' s Peech, Johnson replied to the ; U.S. Naval Academy at Annapoli Sparks of Fort Smith , Bul1 Sho!!ls 1S to b( rompleted and -- --· ··-- -" -· p Edgar M. Elbert of Maywood, · m °P crallon h * the cn d of the III., vice president of Lions'lnter-! yt)ar ' . national, addressed the more t h a n ' 300 delegates from 108 Arkan-,-t- , -T- i sas clubs at a luncheon. j I GXdnS TO I QKG Heavy Rain Falls In Paris Of Arkansas Part in Kansas Parade For Ike Carrier Wasp Ready Little Rock-W)-Continued cool Denison. Texas - (fl 1 ) - Gen. weather prevailed in Arkansas as i Dwight Eisenhower may have general rain fell throughout the ' been brought up in Kansas and state yesterday and today. The U. I may he a Republican, but the S. Weather Bureau at Little Rock | citizens of Denison, Texas,-want it reported that 3.45 inches of rain i known he was horn in Denison. So fell in Marshall yesterday, the they raised $300 to h u i l d a replica Wgh for the state. ' · Cool temperatures went hand in hand with the r.iin. Fayelteville registered the low of 50 today. Batesville had 54; W a l n u t Ridge that he would- veto it. Convicted Killer Not Live through Month Little Hock and Pine B l u f f , 55: Fort Smith 56; Texarkana, .57, and Dardanelle, 65. of the's birthplace for .. June 4 parade in Abilene, Kan., boosting F.isenhowcr for the Republican presidenlial nomination. The money came from 26 Democrats anrt two Republicans. Poultry Market -- The poultrj mtrket today » reported by the University of Arkansas Institute of Science «nd Technology and the Dairy and Poultry Market New? Service of tht U. S. Department of Agriculture. Northwest Arkansas market iteady, demand fair to good, of-, ferings llRht some points, adequate tlon" date others. Prices paid f. o. h. farm up to 2 p. m., broilers or fryers nil weights (214 to S14 Ihs) 28-27 cents lb., moilly 26. young white matron. French Report Victory Hanoi, Indochina - f/P) - The ' ' n a suicide attempt, while in a French announced today t h e i r Camden jail, troops drove Communist-led Vietminh units out of the fortified , , , r u . v . . i . r i f n i j i i n i n . - | H V rll r t l l l l H n n i l S president's statement that the bill: No successor as a delegation mem- is aimed at "robbery in broad j her was announced. daylight," ! · The bill has passed both houses, hut Mr. Truman made it clear in a speech to the Americans for Democratic Action Saturday night CAP Q|l|v OnfP ' ul ""'j wilts Bayonne. N. J.-l/Ti-The a i r c r a f t , carrier Wasp, seaworthy a f t e r a repair job on her collision-mangled how, returned to active d u t y to- I day. The 34.nnn-ton f l a t t o p ] 0 f t ! , the n^val shipyard here and hcsd- Cummins Prison Farm, Ark.-(/Pi ed for Gravcsi-nd Bav , n x ew j -Dr. Arch Rollins, the state prison ' York to pick l.p stores and am'mu- physician. said today R u f u s H. · nition. ; Green. 62, may not live long i Repair wnrk m the ii'iiped bow enough to go to the electric chair ; was completed m 10 days A fifi- on June 7. Rollins said the con- I ton portion of the carrier Hornet's victed k i l l e r is s u f f e r i n g from dia- I how was g n i f t o r i onto t h e Wasp betes and cancer of the face. ! r e d u c i n g r e p a i r t i m e by weeks Green was convicted last month ' The Wasp was d.-im.iced in a coi- for the f a t a l shooting of Camden ! lision w i t h the Hohson. Night Chief o f Police Frank W i l l i - | - - . . . . . -ford. The doctor said Green's dia- , Suggests E d i n b u r g h Nurse Admits Poisoning Her Two-Year-Old Niece Tennessee Men Get Raid Craze Welumpka, Ala.-Wj-A middlemen! hospital head nurse confessed last night to k i l l i n g her «th an arsenic-si.... soda pop. The 42-yerir-o|d fiur-e, Mrs. EnrJr Dennison, denied, however, t h i t she poisoned another niece whose body, exhun-.ed a f t e r two yerirs, showed arsenic traces. S h e r i f f Lester Hollc.v iiiil Mrs. Dcnr,ison confesse.i in w r i t i n g pital physician; Miss Lois Smith | Oliphant said _.. of Elkin; Miss Florence Jordan j 5f" an ^' ram ., a 5 nut , 3 .° fcct . of Klkins: Willie Orman of near | Favetteville; James Walling of i Favetteville; and Kenneth H a n - | she 11 : of Favetteville. i Dr Rirh.ird Miller of F a y e t t e - ; v i l l e entered the j u r y room briefly I but a p p a r e n t l y did not testify. ! The hearings were resumed f he heard t'.v him--then silence. He said thi walls of the crevasse were of solia ire from 10 feet below the surface It was terribly cold. Nashville. Tcnn. - i/T'i - Spirited . male's at t h e U n i v e r s i t i e s of Ten- nrs^ee and V a n d c i b i l t joined t h e iiltie niece w'ith an arsenic-spiked ^ n a t i o n a l P a n t " «'! p a r a d e last j -·;· ··--··-·· - · - , . - . ; , · , - ; ,, , _ night Three policemen were m- ' shortly a f t e r 1 p. m. with Charles flnrAfl Qu jured at V a n d e r h i l t and IS s t u - ^ M nf Favetteville to be the first »"*VM 1*7 dents were arrested at Tennessee. Shouting. "We w a n t p a n K -- w c want bras." about 300 young men overpowered 10 officers nnd surged into two women's dormitories and scvf-ral sorority housf..-- at V a n d e r h i l t in "ashville Nn arrests were reported anrl the CfOSSinQ Ball of Favetteville to be the first witness. Robbery At Red Bird Cafe Is Reported hctio condition is r e t a r d i n g ,,,,. -- ,, healing of wounds, seif-infiicted · Be Termed "Kina" n .1 : '-* I,onrton-MIVA Church doctor:, fnui.d the arsenic traces,' r; ' 5t ' P" 1 "''' Hnll,'v reported. No Steel Decision By Court; Recess Taken achine. ye.sterdr.y to the fjeath three weeks ;igo of her tyo-ye.-ir-old niece hv marriage, Shirley Diana Weld.m. rnst ' w(r ' reported and the n t f i Mrs. Dennson even watched the cor5 ' iniurie 1 ; worn m i n o r . autopsy of the child in w h i c h t h e ; '" K n o x v i l l e , 200 m i l e s tn t h if p r n ] ( c ! c f l raids anrl hmtle'l eighf ( i u i r | q and 15 officers to t h e U n i v e r s i t y of Tennessee campus They .-trriv- ed in time and the mid fell npcneil t h i s m o r m n g ' a n d t h r o u g h The collegian? h'.umvd ,-ash inissmK. It was in f ........... a few pebbles off d o r m i t r . r v w i n - . and the thief or thievr.; Knt into dows, but police h i o k e It up by ar- , the buildmir bv b r e a k i n g the gl.v, r e s t i n g IS students. | in , h(! tarl( ,,,,,,,. an( , {ntcing ,,.;, " Ini-k. the ammin*. of 520 t" fi.'i f r o m a coin record as stnlcn s f i m n t i r n ^ l.i^t n i ^ l i i Hi Pari;. todny from t h e Hod Hii'd r;ifr. nn Outer Street. M r r . Kd H ink If, operator nf thf Red Hird. rcportod the t h r f t 'vhcn -;hp ound 'he * Boyd Tockerr Opens village of Tho Uo. 31 miles s o u t h - ' _ · . east of Hanoi, k i l l i n g 40 and c a p - ' C a m p a i g n T h u r S a Q V l u r i n g 24 enemy troops. ' Ark:de1phia, Ark. - f/! 1 ) - Rep Execution D.te Srt B " y " T ''"' 1 ' U "' N B " h v m e """ Little Rock-(/Tj-Gov. - , McMath today fixed June n for eloctrocu isr Herman cially opens his campaign here Thursdpy. Tackett, first to ,-n. nouncp, and first to file, will lie . . . Maxwell,.first to put his campaign or, an mnce convicted rapisl. Maxwell,; official bnnis. He said he would a young f-eRro, was convicted I n ! o u t l i n e his canpalifn at Ihe rally Hempslead County of rnpc of a w h l r h Is to ho broadcast over a W*slmig!on-(/pi-Thc Supreme Court today recessed u n t i l next A C ' i Monday without h a n d i n g down n Ar6Q i e f V I C e m e n A m o n g , , - jh "' Eng- decision in the historic steolsejjure P o f t i r n i n n V o f o r n n c land clergyman suggested in , The t r i b u n a l could an R e r u r n l n 9 V e t e r a n s sermon yeste:dsy t h a t "King" I s , nounce n r u l i n n before Its next I A m m o i i ain the appropriate t i t l e for the Duke j opinion day but whether it - - -- ' " ' ''·"'" A " n N r "rnliat of Edinburgh, husband of Queen E l i z a b e t h II. The d u k e and the '|iieer,, said the Rev. Reginald C l i f ford Gaul of Rand "are an exalted example to the married couples of the world." He urged their names should not he separated as they are at prwnt, in authorized prayers for the roynl family. do so Is not k n o w n . The court had ! statewide radio hookin. Hunt's has the right g i f t for your I graduate. (Adv.) 'Cisco yesterday abnaril t h e N.-ivy f o r m a l transport Gen No!con M W-ilkor opinions today but issued several were ' t h e follow,,,* men .mm routine orders. Ready For F.vrnt I.ondon-l/Pi-A firm of British brewers announced today It u ready with a special coronation , · r...,.,, ,,, I , , , £ , - ( ; , . ,T^l IJMnH titrr to help the nation cdrhrato of Drakes Creek; Pfc. the crowning of |t« new quern in i Itutsell nnd Pic Hale June, 1053. I both of Spnngdale »·,,(! N o r t h w o i t Ark/)ii;.;i«,: Pfc. O n r l s n d F. Heeks and Tie. J i m m y H. Simprnn. both of Fay- ottovillo; Pfc. R i c h a r d L. Cogr-r fif I l i m l s v i l l e ; Pre. Novil I.. Cornell of Rogers: Sgl. Unnalil L. Coiinix .Tnmos I.. K. \Vado; P. T. A. Convention Is Opened In Indicnopolis I n d i a n a p o l i s - iff't - The N a t i o n a l rongres"; of Pii;ent nnd Teachers opened its 5Pih amui.i! convention today w i t h n ph',i (or world pear b u i l t fre.n the level of the homo. Mrs. .John K. Haves o( Twin F.ilI:. Idnho. pioMdont. kevnotod Frankfurt, Germany-iyPj-A Com. i munist order today closed one ot fr.e border crossing points f c i I German passenger trains lioUin) j the Soviet rone with West GCP i many. Without explanation. tW Hast Gorman government shut of! passen^or trti'fu- or. the. feerlet line hot-/, eon Guienfucrst in So: \ iet-occupied Thuringina, and hoi f r o n M e r comrr/.imcations center u the AmeriC'-.n zone state of Bat varia. Cciilrols Removed From Cotton And Textiles W.ishincton-'J y -Tho Office ei Price Stabilization said toda; price controls are being suspendci on raw cotton and practically .1! textiles including those m«de o wool, cotton and synthetic fibers. OPS officials said Price Stahllt ?or Kills Arnall signed the orda this morning. · · tier hut u n f a i l i n g threat of love for child run be used to weave Th« WMthar Arkansas . Mojtly tlourty in .. ....... cool this afternoon; occMlcrM world rommiinlly fabric tn strong i rain east and south) partly clcmd " r " B n n " l l n h l " n ' r J ' . o f i tnnl * M An(l 'omorrawj vunxr to l " morrow. .., . lasting f i i . K . for »11 th« world."

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