Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 28, 1952 · Page 5
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May 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Yugoslav Constitutional Revision To Mean Little NOBTHWfST AIKANSM TIMB. FmtHvlNt. Belgrade -f/Pj- Marshal J o s i | - . « functions, «o Brox Tito's Communist parly will;,.,_,, , . strengthen, and perhaps simplify ,,,' ° , r «"'«"»·« .unctn jts present firm control over Yu (! n- ; J^J.""" almost "rtanly will flav Htfairs by a major operation 1 U ''"' .._ . 179 U.A. Students To on the country's constitution next i month. Outwardly at least, the ! consillltional revision will Kraut , Beater powers to the Yugoslav tv.'o-house Parliament iiy abolish- ! ing the present all-powerful eahi- I net and transferring its functions ! Commissions as second lieu. '. legislative committees. | tenants in the regular reserve Actually, the chance as now ! components of the armed foiers drafted probably will make little I will be awarded to 171) Universi- diffcrence in the fide o( the conn- ! !y student-- June 7. ])- .rohn Tv- try under its one-party, vole-yes Show at MItle Rock, a special committee has reported. Raymond Ash of Faycttevillc has been named president of the '·avah-ade organisation, w it h Hufus Brown of Siloam Sininiis ap secretary; Roy Walker of Euieka : Spnncs as t r a i l bny s ; and ! Lawrence Hnrris of fi'igers as secretary. ' The committee in I last night at the Hotel Arkan--as I here to advance plans. Comm't- Outstanding Performances In U.A. Theater Production Recognized By Blackfriars ! Awards for outstanding pcr- ' fnimanees in University ot Arkansas theater productions dur- ! the past year have ben . tiy Blackfrinrs, a dramatic irgan- .i.:aiion on the campus. Am e AH' bright, Little Rock, ami Jin Kirf- ner. Wichita, Kin. receive] tm- [iliies called "Alkie::" as the lead- ins actress imd actor of the year. ' or-no system. As members duties as president of-the Univor- Parliament, irost of the cabinet sily on .Inly I. will present probably will retain their present commissions and will give, a corn- nil under different titles. | missioning addiosr, at 10 a. m in the Greek Theater. A total o[ 71 Army commissions will be aw.nclcd. including 32 in pjsts b ' Tito himself--now Yucoslavia's unchallenged leader as prime minister and head of the Communist parly's powerful Politburo--undoubtedly will become Yugoslav- ·l.-'s first president under the new Setup. It.will make little difference in his powers. Council Drafts Hefnrm another long ride is planned, it is ; unlikely that Little Rock win be , the goal this year. It has been | rumored the horsemen will head I he Infantry, 20 in the Signa. Corps, three in the Finance Corps, three in the Armorr-d Corps, and one e.-ich in the Quartermaster. O r d n a n c e , Artillery and Military Police Corps. Air Force The plan for constitutional "re- ' commissions will be awarded to 108 i Plan MSII Rogers-(Special)-More than 100 persons hope to repent last year's Northwest Arkansas cavalcade in which ri'iinq club members rode horseback to fie stair Livestock form" has been drafted b.. ...,., Council for Legislation of the Xa- ' '' ' lc m| mber of students receiv- .tional Assembly, but so secretly inE commissions is larger than last that, until recently, few p"opfc ' · vrar ' when 150 commissions were knew it was in progress. The plan ; Presented. may undergo at least one major · *~ .change before it is presented ' t o Parliament in late June but here is the broad pattern: I 1. Parliament--The structure of the Federal Council of C-.e Na- t.nnal Assembly--comparable to the United States House of Representatives--would be prcscVvcd without substantial change. The ·present Council of Nationalities, representing the Yugoslav republics along the lines ; f state-representation in the United States Senate, would have most of its junctions taken over by a new Council of Producers representing the country's economic and industrial interests. 2. Elections--Under the present ' svsiem, members of both houses are elected by direct vo! Q from i their home districts. Un-icr the j new plan, deputies to the Federal Council would be chcsen by town ^nd city council. Members oi the | Council of Producers would be i i. -med by the workers' councils of. I economic and industrial organizations. 3. The cabinet, whi-h now manures the country's executive affairs under Tito's direction as prime minister, v.-ould be abolished and its powers and functions turned over to Parliament's "Pre- Fidiutn." · 4. Structurally, the Presidium would remain unchanged--.! body | of 40 members of Parliament elect- i ·' at a joint session of the two houses--but its responsibilities would be prea'ly increased. Up until row, its authority has been j negligible, consisting chiefly of up- ! proving government executive de- j crees when Parliament was not in j session. .". Under the new p'an. the Prc- | sidium will be subdivided into' committees with jurisdiction over . legislation affecting such s t a t e ' matters as foreign affairs, interior ' questions and agiiculture. The, Presidium also would .ippoint s'a^e ! secretaries, deputy secretaries and j other administrators to handle executive duties now performed by Cabinet members. fi. At the head of the Presidium will be a president. With the Pre- p"idium's vastly enlarged powers and abolition of direct Cabinc : Two Building Allowed By Council The Fayettcville City Council in an unusually quiet session Mon- dny night' allowed two building permits in the fire 7one--one to .lames Holder to construct a real estate office in the 700 Mock on North College, and the Skelly oil Company to build a station at Wall and Government avenues. The Hl'.lermcn voted to direct residents having wells or springs at their homes, and also cltv water, bolh connected, to disconnect the wells and springs. This measure was made necessarv undsr a Board of Health ruling, it was ex' plained. A few routine malbrs such as approval of monthly ills completed the business at the meeting-. The trophy was presented to M:.:;i AUbright tor her role as Abna , Winetniller in Tennessee Williams' "Summer and Smoke." Kielmr · won the award for his perform- nnce as the witch boy in "Dark of : the .Moon" by Howard Richardson i and William Borney. i Awards for the bos! supporting j actress and actor went to Mari K.irct Carner. Little Rock, and Paul Phibbs, Stillwa'rr. Okla. Mrs. Carner receiver! the trophy for her work as Mistress Ford in "The Merry Wivrs of Windsor," and Phibbs was honored for his role as the Host of the Inn in the . same production. ; Elaine Campbell. Fayi-lt.'villc, rcrer.'e'l the annual N'ahona! Cnl- h-giatr riayer:'.' award to the nut- standing iinucrcradiiatf ,v-tnr or ·iiclre.--. Norman DeMnrco. ;:-- vMiint pnife-:.;i.r of speech and for outstanding dirreli'm (or prod'.' I'-.K · . JH' I; o f t h e Mnon." Model Plane Program model airplane rliib, will spon- sor an Invitational exhibition »t I iirj'ke Field Saturday from B «. m,' until late afternoon. f;.i« model builders from all parts of Northwest Arkansm have been mvilcd to lake purl in the van..».-. events, and approximately 7"i, including 2, r i frnm Faycttcvlllf, are rxpe.-lcil. ,.\|| classes of itas mo-Ids \'-itb tJie exception of free flinht will bn shown. A feature of the exhibition will landing and taking off from a 4d- be a series of mock carrier land- ir)8f, with control line mod*lf foot simulated n i i e i a f t carrier. Parking facilities fur spectntors will be provided. I . r _,_ l (Inner Cleveland Alexander i hoto's the National League record' of the most shutouts during his; career. He hurled fin of them." ' We.-: ·,,'-._., Ma-; ?.», 1»52 ^U-.--^^=^r ..^iiin^s; ..?^*J^* "111 1 lh ' 'limy--'firl lh» TTMK^ dillr. 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