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10 PA(;K TODAY Read by over 25,000 Daily J2orti)toest Arkansas Stints; lOCAi FORECAST-- riY* l 'pvii!p ann vicinity dourly wi'h light nhowcrs and l-n;erU Tomnrrriw cl^ar !o VOIUME 90, NUMBER 263 State Highway ^TfcePub/ic /nferesf (s Tfce Firs/ Concern Ot This Newspaper . , -r tody a s-,nnv VO',; .unit 2i Associated Press leased Wiro Receive Bids Greater Little Rock Area Projects Get Green Light Little Rock-i/P)-The Arkansas Highway Commission met today to receive bids on 2fi load construction and repair projects. Today's session closed out a t-.vo- which yesterday committal itself to help f i n a n c e three projects in Selection Of Enfranf Into Miss Arkansas fafo Jf [| a j r Contest To Be Held Here June 18,19,20 I rii- Q. ' .,' Annapolis, Md. PRICE HVt CENTS Trio Of Twins At County Hospital af Harmon Plav- ' " A contest to send an unmarried' for tho conies! ynuns lady between the a fi cs of 18 field. A small murus=,on cnarc and 23 to Newport late next month · will be assessed to help defrav ex lo take part in the Miss Arkansas penses of the winner and a chap contest, was outlined today by ' " Wally Ingalls of Radio Station KGRH, who is in charge of '.Ynch- ington County plans. All -communities in the county are invited to enler girls in "the contest which will be held at Harmon Playfield June IS, 19 and 20. ; Insnlls said today that every busine'ss firm, each orRanizatimi, I fraternities, sororities, etc.. are in- j vitod- to have a contestant entered. Those interested may contact jlngalis at the radio station. Each entrant most be cither a high ll is h "' le(i - eron to Newport for J u l v 25 and 26. - i The first two niRhts of the eon- j test, lo select the finalists, will j call for appearances of the con-: testants in evening dress and ' swim suit. The final event calls' for appearances in evening dress and swim suit, and also for a throe minute presentation hv each contestant. She may sing, dance, re- ' cite, read, or put on some other variety of performance. The Fayctteville Lions Club is promoting the event, and Ihe University will provide judges. IngaHs^ nc A'nybody interested in details no Was Graduate Of Naval Academy, Served In Two Wars Commander Mark SI. Clajr Ellis, of Faypflrviilc anrl Annapolis, Md., died yesterday morning at Annapolis after an illness of several weeks. He and Mrs. Ellis were planning a trip abroad when tic ^ was horn M a r d R I --and small wonrie . , ,, - ·'·' "· L " '.r. in iin- oil CKUI iiund a l e the h'm Joseph Connolly of Fayetteville. In the front row, left lo nght are ihe twin Mrs. frail!: Adler of Fayetteville, and the twin sons of Mr. and Mrs I wnh three · daiu'hiers of n .MIII and daud .1. Pianallo of s (Carl TIMKSHrro, it:..; Little Rock, and paving of sec- aions of two North Little Rock streets. The commission also told delegations from the two cil.es that its engineers are including the , possibility ol a third bridge across the Arkansas River here. The Lochner Traffic Plan project, which would cost $2,000,000, involves construction of bridge ramps and traffic-ways alone the Arkansas River. It is designed lo speed the flow of t r a f f i c between Little Rock and North Little Rock. Construction of Ihe Main Street overpass would bring Highways, . 05 and 167 into Little .Rock over : a single four-lane highway. ! Noi'th Little Rock pained com- . irission approval of the Highway ' Department to pave 11 lilocks of ' Pike Avenue and 14 blocks o f ' Main Slrcct. Pike is an extension of Highway Pa. and Main is an extension of state Highway .i. Only strings attached lo corn- ! mission participation in the jobs, were that Little Rock vote a bond : issue to provide mr.lrhinp; funds i · for the river traffic-way job, and ; that Little Rock provide the right- : of-way for approaches to the S-IOO,- j 000 overpass. ' . Adds To System j The. commission look about two . and a quarter miles of roads into the slate highway -ystem. t agreed ; to blacktop a truck route through , Crosse'.t on Hiqh'.vay 82 if t h e ; Hubert Cowan Named Chairman Of County Red Cross Chapter Program Slated At Confederate Cemetery Sunday : The Southern Memorial Associ- ! ation announced today that the , annual memorial vesper services 1 will be hclrt at the Confederate remc'.ery next Sunday at 4 p. m. The public is cordially invited to the program. Friends are requested to t a k e flowers for the decoration o[ graves. This will be Ihe ROlh memorial service at this historic burial place. at the Academy and served br.Ih in the Spanish American war and in World War 1, holrling a number nf overseas assignment-. For years he maintained a home here and one in Annapolis. Funeral service will he conducted tomorrow morning at ihe Naval Academy Chanel. Burial -.-ill he in ArlinL'ton Nalior;:! Ccmcl^ry Survivors are his wife. Mi's Rose Ellis, and two brothers. Dr. Missouri Preacher Fasting Until Revival Conies · Hubert C. Cowan was elected | chairman of Washington County chapter Red Cross at the annual meeting last night at the Central .,,..-,. ,,,.,.Presbyterian Church. The meeting . K. F. Ellis of Favelieville and Tom i was preceded b.v a dinner, served ' 7:llis of near Sprinnda'e. and a I by Ihe women of the church. Oth- . number of nieces and nephews. er officers elected were: First vice I ···· , chairman, Robert Sharp. Spring. dale; second vice chairman, the ; Rev. J. Robert Moffett; secretary, Miss Cecilia Russell; treasurer. Mrs. Paul D. Lewds. New board members whose terms expire in 1955 were also elected. They are: The Rev. Arnold Simpson and I A. D. McAllister; Mrs. Eileen Nelson and Mrs. Joe Murphy, Springdale: Mrs. Lloyd Luginhupl. Lincoln; Buell Woods. West Fork. Cherryviile, Mn.-id'i-An Orark » ' preacher--claiming he hasn't eaten in 37 days--vowed today to fast until death unless his prayers are answered for a religious revival to save the world from sin and ColrT- munism. The Hev. .1. .1. Ivie. 55. minister of the Assembly of God Church, is weakening physically , but was reported by friends still i able to walk. 1 The stocky minisler has kept . In his room since he began his fust. roioi'ting efforts hy .itithnri- i ties of his (hurch to persuade him | lo end it. | Ivie has given his wifi · instruc!ion; not to permit a phvsj- cian in their home, oven if be becomes unconscious. He IKIS pre- narerl a sinned statement to nro- leet his wife from possible legal In A Hurry Said TO Be Progress Comeback In Italian Vote No Invitation To Dam Dedication, Says McClellan Post Office To : Delay Worker Pay Washinate-in-f/Pl-ThP Post O f f i c e Department said today it has run out of money lo pay about 400.000 postal workers scattered through- . . , ~' oul the countrv . ! "' l ' nn '" thtl "'out of his death. It hopes lo eel the monov from ' Thf Kn '- ·'· P - Mvprs. paslor at Washington-l/JVc-omniumst rulers of Hung-.ry have streamlined the marriage ceremony so lhal newlyweds can hurry hack lo their factory jobs .10 minutes afler Ihev are pronounced man and wife. This obviously jepiesents great progress, says a Hungarian Communist newspaper, since pievious- · liicl ! 'v nch c ""l'le look an average of u-si- lv -'° {1n - vs nff from work. B ggest Surprise Of Elections Scored By MSI Supporters Mayor Powell M. Khea. who is a board member, presided at the meeting which was attended by approximately 100 persons, including delegation- .rom Snnrv- :-W)-ben John Me-.dale. West Fork, Elkins. Mineral que;t from a Clark County dele- · .Eation to construct an access road ''· from Highway 67 to the G u m : Synngs site of the new Reynolds · .Metals Company plant. Clark '' County is to obtain right-ol-way j *vilhr,u: , -;t to the stale. Defer Publication ! A s'.. -· .-orded resolution dc fendin-, recent publication o f , throe-coir- m;ips showing highway work programmed anci completed i . during the administration of Gov. : McMath was adopted. "We feel in simple justice that a sinlcment from us is appropriate,'' said the commission. "Tne caption 'on the maps means just what U says--it is a graphic progress re- '· port to the people of Arkansas." · "If i' ('he naps) reflects favor- · ably on the administration, it is still a report and \ve fail lo see any impropriety in slating facts," : the commission added. The maps . · have been criticized wiriHy. Accounting System Adopted Personnel and accounting systems prepared by Highway Department personnel were adopted. · Tho Highway Audit Commission . recommended last March that such ' · systems be established in the cie- parlment. i Comptroller Lee Roy Beasley presented the accounting plan, . which applies only to the Main; tcnanerj Division. He said Ihe plan offered tho best feitlllcs of evcrv accounting operation in use in ' hi.nhway departments across the nalion. liirrvtr.r Olen Fullcrton offered the job classification and grading :..-slem pl.ip.. it reduces the number of department job classifica- liors from mi) to US. i " Claims Win Approval The commission also t a c j t i v approved nearly $20.000 in additional cl.iims for ririhl-of-way expenses ·on tile much publicizr d Van Buren-Alma highway. Ho-.vever, it put the. responsibility of making the }.i;!r.en!s on Fullcrton and Right-: , of-Way Engineer F. C. liogard. The project drr - v considerable attention ia.--t Fehr.iarv when the Audit rrrr.niifsion found that ' $l,0nn or moie an acre was paid ' ·for right-of-way for li^'miles of the four-lane roarl. Hoi;ard asked the commission for instructions on what lo do wilh residual claims · on Ihe project, and .-aid he h-id ceased payment -. following the HAC's invesligahon. HP said $272,S70 in claims had been paid ar.d that $17,71-1 had accumulated from landowners. He also said lhal Appraisers Ray K. . Patlerson nf Fort Smilh and .1. N'p.ll of Van Ruren each 1-ad filed for $7.in more in fees. Patlenou Ins been paid $3,275 and Xeal has ivepivpd J-l.fl7"i. hp said. Thp eommission look (he view lhal Fnllerlon and Rogard had minority to make the seltlements ·lid thai no further commission ·ction was necessary, 'Mdn npreivrrt Apparent low bids, today lolal- I morp than J.l.asa.nnn Anpaienl CONTINUKn ON PAOr. NINE Arkin S ^s (: i,ilv r ' 0 'i k f'^'l" 1 ^"^ · TM' Kin K rnairman for 1952 received i ceived an miatioif pVe" idem' " rnrtificatc . awarti fr TM th ^ TM- S'ceremoiSr""' '"""^'l v2PH?"^ S ?% *^ ' "I can't sav · ·'· -h h · f '"- Little Rock, field repre- ; TMHV wnether I will; sentative of disasler service who ' ' "-T 11 m " ^P"k^ on "Disaster Operation and ! ,111 leporled here Rehabilitation." She said that SI - i out know who ir. 24fi.S14.95 was the tolal con after May 15. Pay day for most of '· them is next Monday. Baruch Urges Greater For U.5. Washington - HP] -Bernard M ing wnsleri nn firnm brrniiso nrrHlcss inflati Hf nrgod a 1) i-hilli. tho flpfonsr · f what he . · tho ' -.'H-hauling nliar defense . got the dams." AlcClcJlnn : money to bi;i] , qun.^ memi^er Spellman Hits AI Russia in Talk At Barcelona Barcelona, Spain -i..?j- Fra Cardinal Spcllman la.-heri oul Russia, v.vh.-mt naming her, as a "killer nn!ien" and marie a burning a'.t.-irk rn war-mindedness and changine; morals in Ihe world Elieharis of whieli S101.000 was contributed I 1 ''"' 1 "^'" 11 " f ··lircrnft. tanks by Arkansas and of which SS03 - , ,, ° lh TM WK '"""' "f v.'ar. - -· of the 583.72 was spent in Arkanoac I Haruch Bl. testified at an open benale Apnroprialions Commiltee' This last figure will be upped to hoarmR "' »* STM"" 1 P^nareri- of'floo'ri f om" f '''''^ M11) P° rtcr . »t least $925.166.57. she estimated, i o e H I - i h " 0 l a n d / ' L V C r p r O J e C t S ' ' w h TM ·-'» b»!' '.re paid and the tspeciallj those ,n Arkansas. continuing service is counted ! which tho Rrri CroK."; ^ives until j thp disastrr victims are self-pup! pnrtinR anri physically rohabili- i , tatod. I i Working with local di?a?irr | services for npccys-irv organiza- . j tinn, the ned Cross has found, shp 1 ,· j sairi. that these four steps must I he tnken in Ihis m-rlcr: Cnre of in- ijured. shelter, dothins anH food. ( Making a p'ea f(r local disacter I preparedness. Mips Vo^ler said a Eurhrn-istir nridu-ss hero'tofiay.',' t h a t gnoti Prppnrntinn is as r^nod The Xe\\- York t-nnhnal snnke R 1ho lnc ' ;i] community preparation. A Disaster Service Committee requires only a few persons but they must be of the highest caliber, she stressed. dons bodilv harm is not a tonrt of tho church. Myers aim raid he and .-mother official of the Church | went to Ivin's home May ]fi buf he refused to see them. Mrs, ivin snirl a nrojnncod "sense fo' pi-ifnlnessl of the woild has driven him to his fasting and praver." . time carpenter nnd repair man, has refused to see nnvono hut . member'; of his family ,ir:d pp r _ sons \vho v.-ish to join him in prayer in his room. ' inj:s in v.-hirh Iv renr'i'is for i-is fa ! Ivie snid in cni Murder Case Nolle Pressed Shrader Freed In Benton Court Rogers - ( S p e c i a l ) - The stale's second degree murder rase against Ralph Shrader, 21), of Mundell, was nolle prossed b.v Prosecutor Ted P. Coxsey in an unexpe'-ted move r-arly '.:-iis afternoon, and Circuit .ludRe Maupin Cumminss direcled a verdict of not guilty. Shrader wa.- charged in tr vembrr 2 knife slaying of Romr..i/i'i-c 1 a-:eism, soarinz in returns from Insl week cnris [oral , elections, clnllengnri Commimi«m ' loday as Itrdy's second strnngp'-t I political force. The rapidlv r j s . i ing party is the Italia,, Social ' i Movement MSI, which bellpvps in : . Mussolini's corporate jslato j n · open defiance of Italian conslilu- · lional bans on rpMirepnt fascism. I It teamed with the Italian Mon| atrhirt party--whore prewar king ; played straight man for II nure-- . lo pull the biecest surprise of the Sunday-Monday elections in 2.100 ' Italian towns and 2.1 provinces. I WHIP Premier Alcide do Gasperi's pro-w.-slern Christian Democrat government majority bloc was winning in Romp--thp hig- ' cert prbo--thp MSf-Monarrhist j alliance seized control of t w o rlrh i -N'o- eonsolalions. Tile rlghtwdng hook- Paul ' up raptured both the provincial ouncils of Naples, where ·d two record- e explained the ness Subcommittee. In a prenarod statement Rarueh ioined forces with members of Congress who have been urginr srea'er air uow- er. lo match and outstrip Soviet Russia's: Mississippian Killed In Arkansas Collision . of tlie recordings "Communism, in a mnd rush, is invadinc ihe nation nnrl li'ie nuvernniont. Nothinc hut a speedy evancelization nr divine infer von! inn can save ihe wnrld. For if \vo Kn nn as.\ve are nn^v. it will take, a thousand years to do it." Bnwrnnn, 42. of Holers" The' do" · a'n'ri . ,, , ferjefenr':^ ^-^" ai- ETM '^""^ '^'J^ t ^f | Wasnud..;ay 1 h,,uJrrnr^,;:r L!S ''its third day in fienton County i A' the vole .,,,mt' i Circui, Court when Coxsev moved pW,o ' h , ',,,,, TM , 1 "N ^ lo decline ,o proseeu.e furlher. j iaMml ,,,,, .J *^ ^:« " h "e Wl !!'' h . "."' ir '·""-'·i- 1 bedfellows hac i Former Hospital Patient : Kills Three Persons Saying lie was guided hy h science, the prnr,ecutnr told t h e m t i i n H t h , TM A I M , court tha, proof e iven from ^:^'t,^^,^^ Rraphp'l e:il",| ex-Kinj! Umberlo II in Porllip.al: ; "The creat vi'-torv . and Soulbern Italy has j sure road for vie! 1 c.otnini» national j shall continue witness stand did not coincide with f a c t s ijivon him dunns his preliminary investigation of the ease. Both Parties? In Texas Split Their Support Four Conventions Are Held; Russell Picks Up Strength IRv The AMOrhti-rl Press) Voluii; ih.it ranged from calm in Cnnrpeiiput to tumultuous In Texan lightened , )W |, lt;(l Republican and Demorr.-itie races for PiPMdential-nominatinjt votes to- ; Keiirlirii- Tr-sni-,5 Marled out with Iwo conversions ver.ierday and . wound u.., wilh four. Kach put up deieiainr.. to th" national conver.- li'in« in .Inly .11 Chicago, where I Ihe rpir-ntinn ,,f which to recognize | IllU-t Kr rlncidiyl I T e v a s nppublienni met at a · Miner.-:! '.Veils contention to name .1 3(i-vn'» donation. Man- Eis«n. : howei Ivkpp; svere denied scats | nl the nic-lms. and thev walked out and set i if , their own st.i'*e Bathcrine. While the Tail-dominated convention chose a doleza- I lion lined un 35 for Taft and three i for Eisenhower, the other meeting · named its own delegation--33 for ; Eisenhower and five for Taft. 1 At San Antonio, fists flew when Loyal Democrats bolted the Dem- 'orralir convention, guidrd firmly ; hy Oov. Allan Shivers, and named an uninstrurtpd delegation. Shivpw. a bitter critic ot the Truman administration, favors Sen. Hichard Russell of Oeorijia. RiiFjifll Ahrsd In Flnriiit Connecticut's Henuhlican convention at Hartford named a 22- voto delcc.-ition and, in Florida, Democrats in a primary elected a delegation with 24 vote's. The upshnt: Gen. Dwight Eisenhower pulled within 22 votes o( Sen. Robert Taft In the Republican pre-convention vote - gathering. Senator Hussell apparently climbed to nnp vote behind socond- runnlnR W. Averell Harrlnun in the Democratic race. Hcncp, the Associated Press tabulation of nationwide delegate strength -- ba. p ,ed on concessions, pledces, Instructions and avowed preferences--now shows; Republican -- Taft 404, Elsen- hower 382. Nomination rcoulros 604. Democratic -- Son. Estcs Kefauver nf Tennessee, 117, Harri! man SfHi, rtiusell 84'*. Nomlna- ! tion needs 61fi. i Florida Democrats divided their j 21 convention votes apparently on .' Ihe basis of in for Russell and five : ' for Kefauver. Primary returns | pointed that way. but were corn| ing in slowly and could change tho I spread. i Iowa Democrats and Alabama Republicans were naming convention delegates today -- 24 in Iowa and four in Alabama. Mariial law Lifted In Parts Of Korea " lo a study group of the s.ith World Kucharistie Congress of ;he Catholic Church which opener! vester- day. Carlanr '·iff Sir-'l -d man as Enjoys Jet Flight t Ro sf , 8f En|f . wi 'J\ SC; " C " '" " kt " lrlln " In which she nnd her mother, Queen Mothrr Kllzabeth, look .IBM" mile tlchLTOinii lr | p . Thcj , h A luncheon t 40,000 feet ,, their Plane cruised .150(1 mllci in hour. The Jet flew over France nnd thi- Swis.1 Alp, (,, limy , nrt relurn( , (1 lo London by way of Southern f ranee. (/nlernollonal; 'One difficulty eonfrnntine Red ( Cross recruitment fnr disaster." p inc need if thorough prepar,itir)n, , alnnc w i t h the hope it will never be used. The Amcriean people nre ; hard to convince they must be J alive to the need nf not bcinc unnecessarily dead." · A film, "Tnrnndo Town" was I shown. f The Kev. Edward Rrubaker pro- Mis. T. M. Murrell and Dr. Men-' · wether. ! Mayor Rhea introduced cinvts ,' from each community ;,nd Mrs. · Leslie Ktrinpfellnw I»n;u!. wlin is th« only living kmnrier of the Washington County ("haptnr, -, r - Canbed in 1917. Mi?. ]te;i/l l -;^ been for the p;ist three y r - , r 5 . ( volunteer liorne service i-ecre^irv. ! Quintuplets Observe ; Their 18th Birthday j North Ray, Ont.-r/P.-Thp Dionne quintuplets were IR years old loday and hirthdav celebrations wro held at Iheir home jn nearhv Callander. Ceeile, Marie. Annelle. Umile and Y v o n n e receiver! matched rhineslone neekla bracelets and earrinss from father, Olivn Dionne. Would Honor Shiran Washindlnn - (/Pi - riep Trimble ( O - A r k ) Inlroriur. ,, hill yesterday thai would authori Ihe piibliealioi, of a special sta,,,,, honoring Arkansas Newspaperman Tom Khiras. Shi'as of M Home, led Ibe cnmp,iicn f .·Iriirlinn of Hull shoali and Nor fork dnms In Arkansas. Hot Springs. Ark.-i/Ti-A Missis- ' sippi man was killed and four others iniured in a two-car collision · last night seven miles vmst of here on Highway 270. County Depu'.v Shei · Adams identifier! the di · Hug'e.ie RiKh. 47. of I:... .... ' t a k e n to Hot Springs hospitals are: Clifton lluh. 21. C.-.mo rh,-,ffp» Ark , brother of thp r|c- K | ,,,;,,,' Barney Parti idee. 22. C:i::;i\ Chaffee. A i k : Muriel r'-rh-^, ;']. Union. Mi^s.: Roosevelt Kceri in Ml. Pine. Ark. Srttlrment Rrarhcil ' ''" 1: s '"'her. Korl Smith. Ark.-l.-T,-Thp 73- l "" v - ""· !!; " ''' I.eer.buiK. Va.-i/I'i-A 3!! - year- olri man who fled a menial'hos- pital Iwo v.reks atro went on a homicidal s:iree last night, kiilinc his f.-nhpr. an airline pilot and an a t t r a c t i v e blonde, police reported ,, loday jtnrouKhout the re:t s:::d Fnx wr. 1 ; arrt'ste'l shoiily after mirlr.iu'ht and rliarRpd Wnh nuirder. I ' o - ' . e l l ., ( ;r| J.-(,x .... ;is follllf! ill a rininjrr;! ,-tuprir asleep in a bed at hi;- blend's ivime. a 12-miage .·hr.tvun bcyjrie him The trip!" it place on the farm of · -- South Korean National Assembly todav l i f t ed in part the martial lav/which President Syngman fihee proclaimed Saturday. By a \ o t e of !)«-.!. the / ssembly abolished Ihe Arrr.v rule over this lemporarv capital, it let Ihe president's decree stand it the re:t of three south- em provinces. It wr,s another round in ihe struggle for power between fihee and the Assembly. AFL Plans To Take Part In Arkansas Politics Naples ipened a in the forth- election^. We he iKMirance : now alrearlv well founded t h a t we | shall roMorn |r, |, n | y hy ^,, nm _ eratic means her 'dnr " Sor.e political .,-.,.r. rv ,,, s ,.,;,, the K,-i.-i-.,s were .ini-. u ;i r.c ,|-p Mnnarrhi-t'. t-, Iviild :-'rer,e,lh. np Oa.-pen a few hour- l-efore the election warned that the richtm alliance could only iead tr-.c royal- · rln ' vn - lo '" "". a 510" "00,000 dol- ists lo disaster. ' " ' Man's Best Pa I Also Gets Lost W i l l i a m Fil/.hugb ic'y area ne.ir I.ee .miles from Wash- Liltle Rock-i/Pi-The A r k a n s a s rodoralKm of Labor, its political arni revamped lo expand Us fluenee, Mood readv todav to a more ar-tt-.-p pa,-t in .t.,te poh The AH. Labor l.e;, c ,]e fin.-illv tracked ,\, holurl which grit | inn a prisoner v. hr, i. s r t h e - np-.rim' Br.,ver. Pa Duke, the bloodhound ir.r-n h l \ e a bior.d- w'ulp trai!- from in- at 7. r n. link -,ke. at Monra I ice. bv hi' owner. Hob for Kan Palp'tinp. Ohi Hunt's has thp rlqhl gift for vour ' gr.-.riuate. iArlv.1 Churchiil Says Korea Situation Very Grave i Politir-.-d Education was reorgnn- sheriff afi., ' l/ed ypstprdaj at a ..p.'.non follow-: The c'c,, ! eration 1 :! annual er.n'.-ention he.-e. I C W Mr.werv of Hoi Spririjj.. hearl of Ihe ct;,te fpiier.Tion, was Plo.-lp.-: |ii-p..-idpnt of (l;r. Poiiiir-.-,] I.P.-IRUP. S. V. '/.'inn of i . i i t i , . Hor.j,. and Ted Mrewer of I.;it']n' Hock was chosen e v e c u t n e due'tor :: found ,,, a , rt r i n r ,-,nd Further Culs In Aid Bill Beaien In Senate Washincton-OPl-The Senate today rejected, hy a A\ to 33 vote, a further s.Trin.on'i.ono cut in the S6.innnnn.nnfi foreien aid bill. Af- IT rpjpplinR li-.e S500.000.HOO rut proposed by Senator Welker (R- Idahoi. the Senate al.'o voted . .- "00,000 dolt ' rediic:.-.o:i proposed bv Senator : Long (D-La). Giant Plane Explodes Ai (arswell Base Fort v,v,r'h-i..p,-A B-36 bomber exploded and bur*! into flames as it hit .. IUIIM:.-,. at Cirswpl! Air Korce b:i-e Uiortry a f t e r noon today. Smoke billowed into the sky and flTMes spread about the ciar.ii r.re.i. A '.vitness soiri he t h n u q i i nap wmi; exploded and then the fire her/m. a f v o - w e e k I [K.llCC ln a r ) . , w L l the hunt [or I)i,ke Mund.-iv Train Shooting His Favorite | l.on,lon-',Ti-Ti:p IU:li:!i P., : !ia- ment ....as told todav th.-,l Corn- inunr-t forces j n \orth Korea |I;,M. almr.st iloubled their stren-'h dur- inr; 'lie cea.,p-fire t a l k . - . IVini" MiniMct Churchill callerl the S i!u- alion "\-ei ·/ j/ra\ e." r^arjn,' j,y the en rt mv. ' T o e fmlpd \aiions rominand- eis. A n g l i c a n ceneinls rn Ihe sprit, lielieve Ihev nl i. ij,p;,h|.. of ho'rlin:; a ·. io!e n t offpn.'ivp which nvi.v he made af.-uii't them on the bieakdo-.. i, ,,( ;[;., ,,.,,,.,, pcgr,,,,.,. Poultry Market -- The poultry market today » reported hy lho University of Ar- kansaj Institute, of Science nd Tfrhnolony and the Dairy and Poultry Market Newi Service of the U. S. Department of Asrlcul- lurp. ma i kpt II.;.. of, heT\'icr cents Copy Of Lincoln's Address Brings $2,250 \ew Vork-i/T'i-A perfect ,.,, of the fir.-! p . l i t t f . r i of l v,, .,.(,, Abraham I.m,-.,!n'-- f ! r , , r ..- ur . m address w,n snld y,.|p r ,|.,.. , $2.:'. r ili at ,1 Parke-lli.rnct (;,il!cn auction. The only oih"r pprfe copy of (I , r ,.diti,, n i,-||,,..p,| ,,,' h.v ( ngress. knees. their .1. W. ed a stamp ei man mlnin eon- Nor- 1 I.r r fense forces 0110 m SOfi.nn Moush slnten Tl "\\ untip \ ir\: Mies nish e 'i n 1 1 A mn arc r.f put evander, llnl.iiu'.. dei l er, sairl Comiuui.i't not far slioii of l.ron.- omp.-ned wnh HI-! i. fr ' .Illly. lie fpnke lo the Lord- anrl .-, nmdru was read in the House imr i.x oy t nun-: ill pump rnil',i».lei d c c l . i r - r l - h n it i ken of th» ;i giird to ihe (.'pnei.il - '- verv Rr.T e. ThK 1". the by the miln..rv aui-r r- ne-lcnlhs nl Ihe lumps en- ! ]t M 1' M hut what tbr.se mcriMirci woulrl be 1 '.innot pietume to forera t at ('hurt hill declared 1'H'I 1" li.i.nllr. "U'p PilRliSpfl in Irucp mill ll.-iril-rlili.iii omililii,!!-, do I]..) think Ihr'ie ha anv \'. ill Iri peace on the onemv. \vhrt u.-.i- hc,(\ il" w hen Ibe i r u r p me in v (", (' thf ; u f f e i '.- ;r T) the liccn M e v - lnr '* ''1! b* 1 h 1 ·en r,', on and v.ho h:iP lerlliinly unpin- ed Ihnr position in thp mpanwhile." Nni hwrsl A i k a n t a s sll'a-lv, S|?e^ u.., I,, ; .1., ferinr.?. more liheral t o r l a v fail Prices ,it thp f.-um u m , SI/PS :!. .Mi. .1.4(1 n,.,, an Ib., mostly 2(1. Th. A i k cooler -.iiulbp ii'id t cloudy Wcothtr w i t h i«i p. MliMlv floi sc.il'i-ipd ,'llrr !',:· ·, inithi. T'.moiro-. and mild. Fimnm Arrhltrrl Dir Pafaden,i-i,l'i-Anlulerl Hunt, R.|. who?" pi.,-ecu Ibe lln'lv" ood Howl, the Mn--l. the Miinllnitiiin'Art (" and Llbiaiy m Sun Mann thp Ambassador Hotel, is ,, and dead. r - old ser: w'n. |-rn:-.,-ih:\ b is more :er "ir::in;-,s th.in any otr.er er in the United States Air ' ronf:dpd today: jmi J.T e me the choice of u' a rl.ite wi-h a Hollyv.otxl | : m-. IP .v-irpv. or of going up and bils'jiii; a couple of CommuriUt' Irams. I'll take the trims." ^ KOI S t a f f Set. l.u.-ien I. Thom,; as. .Ir . Hirbmond, Va , shooting up Red irams In North Korea is L .ilinii.il a passion. Thomas has a I two-war total of 246 romb.it mls- I sions -ri2 over Europa «nd 114 o\ pr Korea. Tokyo I'opulitlon flrnwi Tokyo.I/I',.Tokyo's official popu- i n l i n n now is (i,nm,fi.',7, with »n increase of 370,800 over the past i .vpar. anrl · i r i s Cool. \\l Hmlhrr iti i t i "' ** "·""" ·"· »*"* vimr r^ri niiMK.i.i i i.n w.n cool and wet Washinmnn-i/I'i-Th* flrrt rontl- m v,,ie HP.,.. ,HCI Ihe m,,l-conn- npnt-wide air dpfensp exprcisp for v nie,! i ·',, ", r ; ; ". hrr l ir " c »"-'"ln »'") Ihp U. S. will be bold »·""« '" "'"" I'-irts ot the coun-.diirinu the wprk of July 19. tht '· 'Air Force announced today.

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