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1C PAGES III TODAY lead by ovt r 25,000 Doily Tfct Public /nferast/s Tfce F/rsf Concern Of Tnf* Newspoper VOlUMi 90, NUMIER 257 AuMicrtMl Pro* Ltattd Wir* FAYETTEVIUI. ARKANSAS, THURSDAY EVINING, MAY 22, 1952 AP, King and NEA fsoturw Federal Court To Meet Here Monday Session Scheduled At Courthouse Judge John Miller To Hear Cases In Chancery Court The Federal Court of the West- trn District of Arkansas will convene here Monday for" the first lime in eight years with Federal Complete Order Alt Koje £omp Is Promised Koje Island, Korea - (IP} - Gen. James A. Van Fleet said today the 80,000 stubborn Communist captives on Koje Island shortly will be "under complete control within their compounds." .The U. S. Eighth Army commander briefly visited this prisoner of war camp No. 1, where Reds two weeks ago seized and held the camp commander as hos- 1OCAI FOXKAJT-- r«yt'-«vlll« ind vicinity: P i r t l r cloudy with tc*tt«r«d thund«rihcrv»ra torr.fht ind tomorrow, slightly coot' «r high vetterdty 79. noon today 71, !("· lait ntfht «3. u nrl«« 5.OS . m. sunict 721 p m. FIVE CINTI Red Charges Termed Menacing Judge John E. Miller of Fort | (age for 78 hours. Under its new Smith presiding. Congress created the I commander. Brig. Geh Haydon L Fayette- 1 Roatner, the Koje camp is "cer- G u f95r Slo? t'o hc iK "SI! ! Sit^\4 pp ^ ac t hme d adequate convened hero several times. After , sorurlt -" _\ an *! eet said 1944. however, the courtroom fa- 1 · eilities were termed inadequate. Monday's session scheduled f o r , June 2, w i l l he hold in the ! Chancery courtroom The Chan, eery Court space was created icveral months ago when the old j Circuit courtroom was divided into two rooms. Monday Judge Miller will hear a j suit brought by Southwest Lime : Company of rJcoshn. Mo., against Oz;irk Poultry and Egg, Inc.. f o r ; * $21,457 on n claim for chicken feed payment. On J u n e 2 ho wjll | consider a similar case, a 538, 713 p suit by Oanner Mills of St. Joseph, i . Mo., in which the plaintiffs seek to recover a feed bill from Kay- 1 moncl Faubus, Ottis Watson, and · Loy Cox. i Senators Seek More Facts On Koje Rioting Much Information Lacking After Talks With Ridgwoy Revamping Of WSB Approved By Senate Body All-Public Ponel Is Proposed By Banking Committee Washington-Wl-A Senate fight brewed today over a oommittee- approved bill to revamp the Wage ' Stabilization Board. Despite an j AFL boycott threat and CIO criti- i cism of the plan, the Senate Bank- I inn Committee formally recom- j mended yesterday that Congress : scrap the present board and re- i place it with an all-public panel. | The new board would be stripped j of authority to recommend set- j tlement of union-management dis- ! putps--as the existing wage board i did in the steel case. I Organized labor, industry and · the public are equally represent- I ed on the present IB-member! board. I Some members of the commit- I tee announced plans to ask the | Senate either to preserve the present board or modify it less drastically. Supporters said they would fight any effort to change the proposed new f o r m u l a . The committee hill approved is Bulletin Houses Entered In "Panty Tl.« r» A A _^ _ i ; _ _ _ j ! ' Raid" Staged By Students Prosecution Warning Issued The CAA station at Drake Field reporter! this afternoon a tornado warning for parts of Missouri, Kansas and "e x t r e m « Northwest Arkansas' was issued by the Kansas City Weather Kureau this afternoon. The "severe weather warning" cautioned of the possihility of tornadoes in this sector "after mid-afternoon." By FRKD COGKR The panty-snatching cra/.e made .1 weak appearance at the University last night as some 1,000 male students appeared outside eight or more women's residence houses and loudly demanded panties. and shouting w h i l e firecrackers exploded, did not get w i t h i n touch- ling distance of t h e girls' houses. And not mnre t h a n 50 r.r GO got inside the buildings. These made a w a y w i t h a few articles of underclothing and carried bruises inflicted hy the eoeds. Three houses were entered-Chi Omega sorority house, Car- nail Hall, girls' dormitory, and Zeta Tau A l p h a sorority house. The Chi Omega house stiffc.red !he biggest invasion and the heaviest loss. No arrests were made by the four city policemen who helped quiet the three-hour disturbance. University officials cautioned today however t h a t a "thorough in- proiocts were under vestigation" is being made and way today, one financed by prop- , t h a t "appropriate action" w i l l be ·*-"· owners and t h e other hv the taken Highway Department Work On Two Street Projects Is Under Way East Center Gets New Surface As Does West Mountain Two street By The Associated Press | w a n t to d e p r i v e any college men The snowballing "panty raids" i ° r women of any clean f u n . nut . by college students, which appear °" I'- 1 " "'her h a n d , it anyone t h i n k j j to win more front page space t h a n r l n t ' 5 Koing to run rampant in Most nf the men. m i l l i n g around did even Ihe goldfish s w a l l o w i n g O k l a h o m a they have another think fad of Ihe 18-iO's. spread across t h e coming." nation from M a i n e to C a l i f o r n i a "There are '. cry few t h i n e ? t h a t yesterday. h a v e more incipient danger Man M a n y of the a f f a i r s were mild. a m °b of excited people. Now, if but some ended in bruised heads '' becomes necessary for us to as- Soviet Buildup In Asia Watched ByTheU.N. Korea Considered Possible Spot For Start Of New War and j a i l for student riot leader;:. The worst hrawl last n i g h t was at the U n i v e r s i t y of O k l a h o m a at Norman, where a demonstration ended in an egg-tossing i i o t . Oklahoma State Police o f f i c i a l s t h i s afternoon handed t h e u n r u l y youngsters a stern warning t h a t any f u r t h e r r i o t i n g w i l l be met i tiar - v -" with criminal prosecution. State Commissioner of Pubic Safety Dixie Gilmer issued the w a r n i n g in a statement whilr police and sheriff's officers questioned a group of students arrested hero Washington-'/Pi-Gen. Matthew H. Ridg'-ay told Congress today Communist germ and gas warfare charges against the United Nations in Korea ar» "a monumental warning . . . as menacing and urgent as a forest fire bearing down nn a v.-ooden v i l l a g e " RidBway branded the charge* "false In their entirety." The former commander of United Nations Far Eastern forces was not more explicit in his warning. Hut he appeared to be think!r!j[ ^ . .. , .. , . i along the lines of a recent state- Gilmer added t h a t u n l a w f u l a s - ' m e n t bv Secrclarv nf ^ sembly also is a misdemeanor ana · L o v p M t h a t Communist, charge can be f i l e d agamst anyone refus- ()lhrrf w j t h r r j m M ,,, me=n f ing In disperse and leave the scene of a mob disturbance. MSI the local a u t h o r i t i e s on any f u r t h e r occasion, we w i l l ask the county a t t o r n e y tn f i l e charges of i n c i t i n g a riot against the leader! of these disturbances. , "And incidentally t h a t charge carries punishment of f r o m two to 20 years in the state peniten- Joy In Parting Shot At Reds Washinglon-f."' - Irate senators demanded more facts from the Pentagon and Korean commanders today about the handling of the I Koje Island prisoner of war camp, *" nca .^ s " r " ! ssem ! al m a t e 'Senator Bridges _ R - N H ) reported; ^ 53eXtended thr ° Ugh J u n C The present la scheduled to come up for Senate action soon. The measure keeps intact earlier recommendations by the committee 1hat: 1. Wage-price controls be continued until next March 1. 2. Rent controls and authority to allocate scarce essential materials an, s t a t e _., _ East Center Street adjacent to the courthouse was covered this morning hy the Ben Hoaan Com- Armistice Talks Said To Be Stall on those emergency controls expires this .Tune 30. President Truman asked for a two-year extension. The House Banking Committee still is holding hearings on its extension legislation. Revision Proponed pany of Little Rock, and the same ! gathered creu-s started work on West ' M o u n t a i n Street between School Street and the Square about mid- morninR. The one-block stretch of East Center had never, with the e x - ' ception of a short anron of r o n - : crete extending east from College Avenue, been paved The rough, dusty stretch has been a source of complaint by c o u r t - 1 house employes and others f o r ; years I A f t e r Begins About 11 The disturbance began about 11 p. m., wh commit. Ridcway is here en route to tak« Dr. George L. Cross, p r e s i d e n t . over the Allied command in Eur- last mcht at the heigh: of of the University, ·iair he war ope being relinquished by Gin, w i l d , eug-throwing disturbance. "deeply ashamed of the raids." Dwight D Eleenho-'er About 2.0nn ,r.cn students r a i d e d ; The major incident apparent! women s dormitories and sorority : occurred at the houses to carry off pantie.-, and Thot Kappa house. One turbance began about I I ""'""·: "' ',, I J "" I"""'"" "in T n n t a sorority house. One girl, ·hen the men students ' n c e n ; Colic*, students labeled Miss Jackie Orubbs o( Cincinnati, in tront of Holcombe ! "T ra ' ds a ' lusl r " r '«"· ' » ft"'''- i Ohio, reported t h e loss of more ., . ._ _, .- ed out as a prank but ended in ' i h u n esnn ,.,,.r-v, ~r ti n -- t;t. i i en.j The Senate comfnittee also voter! in a move to avert retail price in" I Some light on what has been i creases for food and other com- j happening may come today from modifies. The Ca pi-hart provision ' a conference between Secretary of ; the Army Pace and Senators Brid- ing and ,I6y, upon completing his pre- I pared statement, strode from the.' P n n m u n j o m conference tent. H i s ; notion threw the Communist dele-; gntion into a f l u r r y . But Maj. j ·Gen. "Willi.'am K. Harrison,' Jr., ; Joy's relief, moveci over into the U.N. chief delegate's seat and sue- i ;|£e. L :tcd a recess until tomorrow.! ITiie Keels demanded an almost! unprecedented afternoon session. | onei requires the government, in fixing price ceilings, to take into account West M o u n t a i n was blocked i off firecrackers, the students early yesterday afternoon for a '· moved around the corner to the rr/o'fS 1 ;?' 1 °, M ; ! Chi O TM Ra houst '' b u t * c TM met i free of t r a f f i c u n t i l , lnere by the police and deans. I 5 " lg * *·'" ' The crowd then moved to the Pi 1 hi, m o r n n . nis morning Th · Thc work is being by Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, rc- ceiTt Far Eastern commander, left many questions unanswered. Both Bridges and Chairman Russell (D-Ga) of the Senate Armed Services Committee quot- ,,,, ,,. . . · «1 Ridgway as saying his orders Munsnn, Korea-MPj-Vice A d m . , had not becn carried nut jn b _ C. Turner Joy in his first sta e- , , a i n i n R (he re , eaje of Br( ment as chief Allied truce d e e ; Francis T Dndd a f ( e r Dod( ,. s s e j z _| ,,, revif . e th( . ,. ontrovf . rsi j c p - ^^"^^Z ^n^ncf Prl5 ° nCrS "" !? rt TM«TM°'!^«''«"«' P .w as a "stall to repair your shat- ' tered forces." "There is nothing left to nego- .tii'tp--the decision is in y o u r . h.mds," Ihe admiral declared. · Res n n d ' L v n d o n B.""lnhnson"(D- virtually alT 'cost"7ncreas.eT"'in- ! turned backTo The oi'fy fn"r""main-' shoulders of t-.vi .L j tenance with the opening of t h e . Ihe crowd to "t out as a prank but ended in; t h a n SnOO wor;h of fincrv. She had ] near n o t - w i t h 12 sludcnls a r r r s l - I just boon given a hririh! shower cd. Pnhce from Shawnee, S e m i n o l e ' h y friend-; and lost many of h«r and Pauls Valley and is cars n f . K f f t s j n the r a i d , state troupers and ciiy f i r e m e n ] with high pressure hoses f o u g h t ! to lring the d i s t u r b a n c e under' control. f Oilmor said in OkUbuma C i l y j j "it is not our intention to l a k e i sides in any dispute and we don't i grurnbzling and s e t t i n g Hall, freshmen women's dormi tory on G a r l a n d Avenue, Unor- j panized and apparently w i t h o u t loaders, the men hositried for several minutes. Then the police. Deans John F.. Shoemaker and Joannetie Seudrier. and student President Buddy Suit on arrived and quietly established a line of defense. ,done under a Highway. Department has been the contract West Mountain Bota Phi and Tri-Delt houses but failed to gain entry. In front o f . the Pi Phi house route followed by Highway 71 for i the mob chanted in unison: "We Eailv VC?ar ^ y th °" Kh , il w ?,'" " r| K- i w a n t panties." F i n d i n g the doors payer, P ,"Sr ih^'bv Th Tr^h" lm ' M thor ' as thC ' V wcrc al a " ^·Se^rtmentThe'sectlon w i l i ! ' " · TM»» the men began to lose be abandoned by the state and interest. J. W. Lemke To Relinquish Duties As Head Of Journalism Department At University - v r u -1 curr Tex). Bridges has heen demand- curreri by sellers between the J. W. Lemke, head nt the rle-* partment of journalism at the ' r- i i ' Univcr ,. iljs w j ,, on J u | y $pQ\ \ |pg . . · ' ' ^ q u l s n d u t l s as h TM« "' the de- One hoisted lo the j partmenl, and Joseph T h a l h e i m o buddies exhorted er w i l l become department chair- Rrd Buildlnis Witched A l p h a ; in Tokyo. United Nations offl- K'rl, cers are eylns auspiciously a buildup of Soviet strength in Asia because of the danger t h a t Russia miRht leap into the Korean War. There is nothing to indicate right now that the Soviets are planning any more than to keep Chines* County officials later released l a n d North Korean soldiers well I I of the arrestert students and!supplied with arms, ammunition placed them on probation w i t h ; and vehicles, But the belief. her« University authorities. One stu- j s that if the Ru'tans ever decide dent, however, was detained a n d j t , touch off World War 111, Korea l.rnbnhl.v will he charpcd with a is just as like.ly a «pot as Europe. ( . ;0 . N T. mi l E . D P N PAGE ..f F _ v ;TM i The power which controls Korea also controls Japan. Gen. Matthew B. Rldgway's remarks In Washington that Ru»ia is carrying on a big and "significant" military buildup put on the record what staff officers at nil old. headquarters here have been observing for more than "» year. The threat is closer now because Korean roads are just about thawed. The North Korean Reds," Russian trained and Russian equipped. 51 full dress Senate Johnson heads the ctefense inquiry investigating subcommittee of the Armed Services Committee. A f t e r Dodd's capture by the Communist prisoners. Brig. Gen Charles Colson, named to succeed as commander of the pris- r compounds, made an agree- It lasted 29 minutes. Harrison said ment w i t h lhe R e (1 POWs for Dodd s release. This has drawn a repudiation from Army commanders and censure from Congress. At the outset of Ridgway's Sen- North Korean Gen. Nam II used it in a feeble attempt to reply to Joy in what Harrison called "plain drivel." Troxell Wins Award For Heroism In Korea ate conference. Chairman Russell (D-Gat of the Armed Services start of the Korean war and last July 26. The Emergency Court of Appeals ruled last week t h a t the provision applies to retail price ceilings as well maximum prices. manufacturers' i The Office of I new highway bypass through South Fayctteviiln in the n e a r : future. City officials asked that the section of street be repaired before being turned back to the city. :ake the [mtiative." m a n . I.emke's plans w e i e reveal"The Commercial Appeal and e d in a news letter he i t h c Gazette arc waiting for th.s.'j n n H ,,,,, i n f o r r n a t i o n was v ' prif|( , d · Price Stabilization said this terpretation would result in higher retail price ceilings for food and other items. The Senate committee voted to make the Capehart provision apply only to manufacturers' ceilings. Members said that was what Congress intended in the first j Committee said Congress expects; place. ! military leaders to "re-establish Fulhriirht pun Loses ; control" of the Communist pris- Fi , .. , oners and "crack down where - acnon l crackdown is needed." Jonesboro. Ark.-W)-Lt. A. J. . . Troxell, older brother of Jack I nPV Work For* Troxell. University of Arkansas ' T I U M V ' L ' football star, has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for heroism in Korea. Lieutenant Old Age But Jack Burge New Exchange Head Named President Of Civic Club he shouted. "Do you want to get on the front fiage?" Replies of "yes" echoed. -Then let's go," he urged. The crowd crossed the street to the Tri-Deit and 7,eta l Tau Alpha houses. Routed At Zeta House At the Zeta house, two students knocked out window panes and went in. but the deans soon routed them, apparently before they rould find any silk unmention- i n K t o n -i/Pi-Fift,v-one' jtrrted tbe Korean War on June 25, 1850. Summer Is the best period for movement of supplies and tanks. Potential I* Great The Bed war potential in Korea Jack Burge was elected presitlont of the Exchange Club yesterday, on the measure came after the committee voted fl to 5 to knock out an amendment by Sen. J. William F u l b r i g h t ' succecdln R J i m m y Walker. Alsfi (Dem., Ark.) designed to clarifv i named tn o f f i c e at tnc noon mcct " the Walsh-Healy labor art which ': inK at Feruuson's w( , rc Everett authorizes the government to f i x Skelton, first vice president: Nnr- I-emke. a n a t i v e of Kansas, received an A.B. degree from Baldwin-Wallace College and an M.S. ahles. However, a third felow ! degree from Northwestern Uni- climbcd the fire escape to the top j versify in Chicago. He came to the floor, ripped away a screen, and . University in 1928 as head of the entered a room as the occupant ; j o u r n a l i s m department. at the public relations office o f . youngsters, eac',1 a regional cham- i the University this morning. ! pion, start spelling each other ' f Skater than ever, say U.N. offi- .n^^^^ir^^-^^^^^'^' " partment, he p l a n s to t a k e it easier i n r u ' n n a l spcilms bee. Five hours, for the next four years before his : fl( " ) pnlysyllablc v.-ords and pos- retirement, "and let ,loe" worry i sibly a few tears later, the na- ahout duties as heart of the de- lional champion is expected to p a r t m p m ' ! emerge. To do so. he or she will minimum wages, m a x i m u m hours and other working conditions for wood Sines, second vice president: John W. Murphy, secretary: Ewell the fire escape after a few m i n u t e s and find across the rampus, wav- inc some sort of garment. Further entries were prevented, and the crowd began to fall apart as some of them went down Maple Avenue to the Kappa Kappa i Gamma house and others went to cers. There has been a marked increase in tanks, artillery pieces, aircraft, and enemy quartermaster supplies, according to field reports. Rocket launcher units which the Russians had in World War II are being used against the Allies. So far, their use has been ineffective. Gen. James A. Van Fleet, U.S Eighth Army commander, estimates the Communist strength in Korea at 7M.OOO men with a sub.. . . ...,, ,, f t a n t i a l reserve force in Man- servicemen throughout World War : Prize is $300, third SIOO. · churia. II won him considerable favorable I ^ L; t everyone wins something. ; Red air strength is about 1,500 a t t e n t i o n , and at the conclusion of I Kven 'he first youngster climi- ' planes, w i t h half of them jets, ae- the war, friends, most of them t h e ! nalcd f? c 's ?·"). [ c o r d i n g lo 1,1. Gen. O. P. Wey- have to spell words t h a t ·youngsters-and not r.inny adults : --ever heard of. ! To the champion w i l l go ?S(v) in : cash, a loving cup. a plaque for Ihe winner's "school and an ap- , pearanco on F,d K u l l A - a n ' i tel'e- screamed. He came dashing down i A news letter distributed to ; vision show Sunday niflht. Second Judges Live To j smoked nor d r a n k . They had no gwerrrment contractors. .come a .'car. Movies were a l u x u r y . W h e n ' The committee kept portions of i retiring i they counted up their savings last the amendment providing t h a t ap- ! O A 4. J J ; weekend, they had S43,5sn, which i Plication of the law shall be sub- ' D6 /\STOUnd6(J jMrs. W h i t e kcnt pinned to h e r j J ^ t to court review and the law jslip. They intended 'o bank t h e : shall apply only to government Bigfilrswade, England-MVC. J. | money Monday, hut Mrs. White: purchase of materials and er ( uip- Joeves, who's been paying his w i f e ! v/orkcd htc and the h a n k i n g .vas : ment of a sort which generally $7.70 n week since they separated, postponed. I cannot be bought by the general nskod t h e court's permission yes-| Monday night the money was public, terday lo send along a l i t t l e more.' gone. The couple figure the life- member of the board prcf-iricnt. The aslounded jurice, who said he!savings dropped into trash Mrs. never hnd heard of such a t h i n g , W h i t e gathered and burned granted .Jeeves' request to increase, "~ the maintenance money to $8.40. It's the increased cost of living, Jeeves explained. To Drill New Wells 151 Dorado, Ark.-i/l'i-Six now oil wells must he drilled in the Fouks Field in Miller County. A r k . Hunt's has the right gif} for you graduate. (Adv.) Poulfry Market Agreement Reached Between The Allies And Germany On Finances Rnnn, Gcrmany-f/Ti-Chanccllnr; Secretary nf Stair D f a n Arhosnn. KonraH Adenauer and tho west: R r i t i s h FnrcjRn Serrelary A n t h o n v I crn Allies solved thoir m n j n r f i n a n - Kdcn find Frrnrh FnrriRn M i n i s t n The poultr market today ni re- r i n l rtispulo holdinc np tho Wost Rohrrt Schuman--are oxprrtrd ported by the University of Ar-. German peace contract early to- ' kanaas I n s t i t u t e of Science and day and made preparations fnr a Technology and the Dairy a n d . w r c k e n d visit from the Rig Three Poultry Market News Service of i foreign ministers. Rice Farmer Killed By A Falling Tree Hamburg. Ark.-(/Pi Sam Hahn. about 40, rire farnvr and t i m b e r c n n t r a c t n r in the Promised Land community northeast of herr. was killed this morning when hit by a f a l l i n g tree. Tho accident occurred abnul f i v e miles p o n t h of H a m b u r g as H a h n u-as d r i v i n g a tractor. The tree had been cut l a t e yesterday, but lodged in high t i m - ber a n d had nnt f.-ill^n. H a h n wns d r i v i n g the t r a c t o r brm-alh the tree, propni ing tn p u l l it Incise, when the tree foil on him. - · · · Strike Of Memphis Bus Drivers Called about 50 hoys smashed eight windows and entered the basement and first floor, w h i l e the police wore busy elsewhere. I/ifkeri doors were forced, but the s t u d e n t s found the staircases to the girls' rooms upstairs guarded bv two husky boy friends of Chi OmctiH members. The guards wore armed w i t h iron bars. Nn one advanced up the s t a i r s , where the girls remained w i t h l i g h t s out. In t h e basement I h r raider-found the g u h ' l a u n d r y a n d hrnkf :ntn a t r u n k , c o n t e n t s o( which wore parth- missing veterans he had befriended w i t h his publication, raised a fund and presented an automobile--then st;lf d i f f i c u l t to get--to the journalism head. Presentation was made at a public ceremony in Razorback Stadium as a large crowd looked on and applauded. T h a l h e i m e r , who name In the University in 1930. holds both the B.S. and M.A. degrees from Columbia University. j land. Far East Air Forces mander. Red Supply Area IfflkerAndIugtolllde , Heavily Attacked Ihree tiewmCT Mii!i "' the U. S. Department of Agriculture. In a 1.1-hour session e n d i n g shortly a f t e r midnight, Adenauer Northwest Arkansas m a r k e t un- a n d w e s t e r n representatives settled, undertone barely steady.: agreed in principle on what Allied trading nctive, offerings gcnr-. 1- troops In Germany would grt · ' ' here Saturday for f i n a l settlement | , of two remaining point. 1 ; in the ' ' contract anrl signing of the treaty i · on Monday. : Huge Mail Robbery Rocks Britain London-Wi-Thc kno-..-n loss in the biggest m a i l rohherv m B r i t ain's history shot up to $5(jn.0(in today, including J434.nn(l j n cash. It was learned also t h a t t h e thieves l e f t h c h i n r t a n o t h e r $280.000 Prime M i n i s t e r W i n s t o n C'liurch- il''s C o n s e r v a t i v e government, m o r n i n g . As thev emerged from s n;iken by the d a r i n g coup near heart of Iifmdo-,, promised an o f f i c i a l s t a t e m e n t on the a f f a i r to iHith houses of P a r l i a m e n t t o n i K h t . Fighter-Bombers In All-Out Raid PhiIadelphia-'/Pi-Thre« men ot n seven-man tugboat crew were missing alter a prc-dawn collision in the Delaware River early today. The Coast Guard reported lour s.-oul. Korea-MVU. s. F i f t h Air men of the crew of the tug Patco fishier-bombers, in an all- were picked up alive after the'tug out, h o u r - h y - h o u r a t t a c k , today, sank near Tmicum Island off .-·mashed a huso Communist sup- Chester. Pa. The Coast Guard said Ply area between the North Kor- the t a n k e r American Dealer col- capital of Pyoncyanu and its llded with two oil barges being Force the house, pohr? ant! c i t y firemen were w a i t i n g foi t h e m . M a n y CONTINllF.n ON PACK THRKF. port. C h i n n a m p o . The a t t a c k hct'.m at dawn and continued t h r o u g h o u t the day. The Air Force described the target area as a h i i R f war materiel man- u f a r t - i r i n i : and supply area. Pilots reported 117 h i n l d m a s destroyed and RO heavily riamaR- ed. Fichter pilots from the 1st Mar i n e A i r c r a f t Wing and the Royal A u s l i a l i a n A i r Force 77th SniMd- ron look part in the biK s l r i k r . towed by the Patco. The Weather A r k a n s a -"--Partly cloudy !o r l u u d v ; widely scattered showers or local thunderstorms in tha n o r t h an't west this afternoon, cooler northwest portion tonight; tomorrow cloudy; scattered sho'.v- i-rs m the east and south; cooler in the norih and west portioiu. Carson Back In Prison Alter Officials Find They Overlooked Sentence Memphis. Tonn-i/!VA c i t y bus d i i v e r s * s t r i k e s I a r t e 'I t o d a y . About ROO A K I . rnion n,embers called the s t r i k e The Memphis The pact w i l l 1 give West G e r - j Street R a i l w a y Coinpftny hauls many near sovereignty, ending the about 200,000 persons daily. seven-vear occupation, and will j " · · · ·· - · ally the Adenauer government I.ml, |, Chairman politically and militarily with t h e , Bcntonville -iSpeci.il)- Clayton L i t t l e nock-f/I'i-Slaycr"".Tocl Tarson was hack behind bars at the C u m m i n s S t a t e Prison Farm today, s t a r t i n g a I.Vyear robbery sentence imposed nine year« ago Cnrson. who wa« pardoned earlier t h i s year from a l i f e rest, ho dii.covered his files show "lurrd in Oklahom: t h a t f a r son s t i l l owes Ihe state 15 yeais on the lolibcry charge. f'aison was picked up at his home in N o r t h I.ltllr nock la.it night bv two state trnopcix who returned him lo the p e n i t e n t i a r y . Carcon f i r s t wan convicted of mit Ihree ·y nrtequnte for » fair ,,, good ,*-' from the $202,300,000 » month tht | we.t. Once .lined, i. must he rati- l.ime h been name clu irn an and. Trices f. o. h. farm broilers Germans have agreed to ral.e for fieri hy tho U.S. Senate and the of he r ' m m u n i l v Fund d r i v e to · · '- Th t h ' ' '' sentence for f i r t t degree minder, ] slaying G u a r d .1. R. Keller when vas arrcMcri in North Little Rock | he escaped from t h r St.ite llos- astault fryers n i l weights 2r,n-2.:» defense. " cents lb., mostly 28. I The foreign minister t- U. S. I West Oermany. | , e r n Tuetrlay on charges of w i t h a d e f i f l l v weapon and carry- ins a concealed wr-npnn. When W a r d e n I,ee Hen^lee of the m a t e I prison f a r m read of Carson',* ar\ pital's ward for the c r i m i n a l l y in- »nnc In 1JI.1B. He was at t h a t time being held for observation in connection w i t h a charfje of k i d n a p i n g and robbery In Mnrrlllon. C a p - l\ weeks a f t e r Ins break. Carbon nt f i r s t vva» sentenced to die for Keller's death. However, the l a t e f!ov. Carl Bailey reduced the sentence tn l i f e i m p r i s o n m e n t . During a C h r i « t m n s furlough from the penitentiary in 194.1, Carson was convicted of two robberies m Fort Smith, and sentenced to two IVyear terms to he served con- On Aiinust J. 10.11. Canton received a 90-claj- lurloujh from thi prison farm. Th» hirlmifh wm *» tended On days on November 3, IDS I, and on J a n u a r y 2, 195J, Governor M c M a t h commuted Car* sonV rontence to 21 yearj and. extended his furlough through March 9 On April 4, Carson wai pardoned. Carson was returned to »h* penitentiary to nerve the «econrt IS-.war robbery term. Stata Parole Officer W. P. 0*11 old th« ^on»«c. utive feature of C»rson'» wnt«nc» In Fc,rt Smith apparently hud b«tn "overlooked" when Cirson WM ·Itv hi* yrdoa. ^

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