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10 TODAY Read by over 25,000 Daily IOCAL FORECAST-- VOLUME 90, NUMBER 265 Auociated Preii Leaitd Wire Tfce f ubfic Interest Is The first Concern Of This Newspaper FAYETTEVIUE. ARKANSAS. SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1952 AP, King and NEA Fealurts Sunrise 302, turret 7 2 ^ met rrvi CENTS f* * J_ C · D ! · « ! " · » A Lommumsts beize Berlin Fringe Area Trips To Visit Eisenhower Stir Political Resentment The political weather today: Squalls in the Taft-Eisenhowcr ' region, especially South Dakota, with increasing excitement as the general nears home and 22 more . Republican convention delegates are chosen. Three states--Now Mexico, Virginia nnd Gr-orpin--hold GOP meeting:; lo name prt-sinen(ial- nominating delegates. New Mexico selects 14, Virginia four and Georgia /our. A Democratic primary in North Carolina nominates for Congress and governor, and Minnesota Democrats oiicn a two-day crn- vcntion which will complete that . state's 26-volc sroup by Delecting three at-large members. Political storm warnings were hoisted ycpterdny after,Kispnhow- er for president headquarters disclosed that every GOP convention delegate had b^en invited to t -all on the general. A headquarters spokesman said vi.siinrs could pay their own way nr their expenses would i)ej)ornc by local -- but not national -- Eisenhower or£nni?.a- tious. Before the Eisenhower com- mittco denied the national unit would pay for the trips--there will be 1.20R GOP delegates--pro- le-sis broke from two quarters. David Ingalls. national Taft-for- Prc.sidcnt chairman, called the nlan "pretty close- to efforts at bribery." HP asked whether former Gov. GenrRe Miekelson of South Dakota "paid his own expenses to Paris earlier this month." 1 Michelson said the national Eisenhower group paid his transportation expenses to Paris when he visited Eisenhower. He said be did not know how much the bill was and had spent ?300 of his uwn money. Gael Sullivan, political manager for Democratic Sen. E.-.le.s Kc- fauvcr of Tennessee, said: ''Gross bribery." He raid fie Jus tie-? De. partmcni should investigate to determine "the extent of violation of , the corrupt practices a,-t." AVe.s Roberts, executive direclor of the Eisenhower headquarters, termed Instils' statement false ' and vicious. He said having local committees foot the cnst of such visits is "in accordance with usual custom." Koje Prisoners Keep Pressure On UN Guards "Trying To Provoke Us Into Rash Move/ 1 Says Camp Officer Kojr Island, Korea-'VJVUniled Na turns prison CM nip officials r:\- pre c ?ed th? opinion lodny that Communist-led prisoners of war on this island arc "trying lo provoke us inlo -\ rash move." Only yerlcrday, a prisoner attacked an American iriiarrl. tnnrh- in« off a shontin« incident that ki'l'vl five prirniur^. The flay he- fore, nnnthcr PO\V was killed by tho accidental di.^rhnr^e of a guard's -cun. The f i f t h prisoner died today and ono nf t\vo other Best Wishes For The Future SHAPE General Bids France Goodbye, Leaves For U. S. serious Heads Bankers "* Paris -(/Tj -General Eisenhower took off for the United States today after nearly a year as the western world's top soldier in Europe. His plane left Orly Field ' .it 7:04 a. m., (CST,\ Tn a brief farewell address at I the airport, the general declared: "Mrs. Eisenhower and I are leaving this wonderful country ' and people not only with a feeling of regret and gratitude bul with a feeling of confidence that the glory of France is again on the rise." lie spent about ]" minutes nt the airport in a Ir.st jovial good- ' bye to Allied officers and their : wives from SHAPE. He is to land ; tonight at Stephcnville. New- j founriland. and is due in Washing- ! ton at 2 p. TIT. (CSTj tomorrow. 1 After two days of conferences in ; ., , .,, the qcncrnl will take. Wife Is Slain, Farmer To Face Murder Charge Shooting Occurs In Pine Bluff Business Area Pine Bluff. Ark.-f/P)-A 35-year- old Jefferson County farmer PC- cused of slaying his estranged wife because, "she'd been mistreating me" tnrlay was to face a first decree murder charge. Prosecutor Pal Mullis said last night that he would file the charge ngaiiif-t Ernest E. Standridge. Mullis said officers had not been able to get a statement from wounded POWs is ·'ronr!-itinn. i A spokesman for Pric. Gen. Ilaydon L. Boatncr, ro.nimndpr nf the Ko.ie Islnml camp, said this i the official \ ie\v; "They knn-.- .. ? an - coin:; to move. jii crr.fi split ilic;n inN :-m;.il- or nroiips rind they know there isn't anything they can do ab'Hit it. So thcv arc jitter-' and loin? to provoke us into a r a - h hinvc 1 ." The reported PO\V tie;«th toll from viol'.-nce, including llo killed by fellow prisoner?, is 2!fi. Strikes Called vnl^tiiclorian of the. Ka the i:a'iii M !tnri;in, Billy JIujih Jir.Vi'in ns part of the final e Brilliant Flash yctlev Cunn crcjxr ., standridRC ' ««i "";, MllIll r ( " 1 ! , atC Tuescla y a n 3 i downtown . enter the political arena as a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination. Allen V,". Dowel! uf the Firr.l National Hnnk in Fayclievillc was nur,icri president of the Junior Bankers section of the Arkansas Bankers Association at the state convention in Little Rock. He sue: coeds Jerry Fues.s nf Tine Bluff ns prcsirir.n:. Dr. William A. Irwin, economist with the American Bankers Association, told the Junior Rankers lhr,t there is nn hnn- iin.ii- ,-, in ii i _ ( i _ i j . . v ^ i . f i j , n,- n_-rtnii L - I I , -iiT-i T p r est pround for pessimism concern- role in today'?, annual potato fos- i snoolin ^ \H lf n f- Slcecl. .Ir., and tnal hero. I ·^'- )0 Mahfaus, who chased him Guardsmen Keep Eyes On Potatoes Elizabeth City. N. C.-iVPi-Armcd sentries kept watch over four tons of potatoes piled on the. Elizabeth i City courthouse lawn last night. 1 The 1 pot .nines occupy the featured the shooting in. list rict bore yesterday. He said StandridRe tnid hir.i his wife had been "mistreating me," but refused to elaborate. Chief of Police Met Gnllicher ' said Mrs. StandridRe was shnt ; four times in the chest as she walked toward the bus station. : A fifth bullet hit Mrs. Charles R. ] · West of Pine Bluff, .a bystander, 1 ! and a fixth shattered *ho glars door of th'e Southwestern Bell ' Telephone Company office. GallJKher said the farmer \va? captured by two witnesses in the injt the current economic outlook. Large Crowd Attends Memorial Day Service One of (he largest crowds to tuin out in recent years beard a Memorial Day address by \~\\-* A. Lovell of Sprincdnle yesterday -]t Memorial Dny services held at the National Cemetery. The program. held yeptorday morninc. included decoration nf the graves and placing of a Grand Army of tho Republic wreath Thoro -who took part nn the A late person threalened to around the bus station and. cor- to the 1 city jail, but later was moved lo ! the county jail by Patrolman Johnny Baird and I wo other nf- ficers. Bairri quoted Stanriridgc a.: hegKing him to "shoot me." ' Galiipher said the transfer war marie because the co-jntv nil was lenve the festival without, a potato! no [ cd him in a " nlk ' v to its name. But through the co- J ^tandndpe was taken operation of growers and ware- " :t " " :I u " 4 1 "'"" housemen, the potatoes arrived in time to) be served as french fries today--free of charge. The shortage prompted officinls tn arrange fnr a National Guard company to stand watch over the potatoes until they were pnicesfod for cooking., ·,,,,,,,, SPClirc " Chief Gafli»hor said Slanttririfie and his wife, whn repnrtefily had been living in Oklahoma, met in ai: attorney's office here tn discuss a money settlement result ing from the death of their son in a traffic accident several weeks ago. As they left the lawyer's office, weekend t r a f f i c the chief said Standridcn kissed Holiday Death Toll Over Nation Mounts rhiraen-MVThe nsinc pro«rain v.-r-re J. C'. Putnam, tlio ' Memorial ,, Rev. James Burris Jn^i Bunch, : deaths rearhed 132 today, nea'r'iiic his v-ifp Rondhvc and'thoX' parTert' Mrs Evorrtt ,milh C.harl.es L.: periort's half-way mark. Accidents Gallicher said Mrs. SnnrirKice Davis.Tnl. Henry Xciison, ami i,ii,vi thr,,-, i;,,,-,- in i.,ifne killed Orrin Henhcst. SB persons, inelnrtinc 3n drn-.-ne.i. . The toll from all accidents was at 'least 18R. i The IDS I natinnal traffic toll j was 37,.inn -the hichesl in in years. Durinc the first fnnr months of 1D52, traffic deaths totaled 10,- BfiO. For By Reds German Peace Contract Fought Berlin - f/P) - East Cenrianv's Communist chicfr calk'd );i?t nicht for sabotage through strikes ns orfc; means of- "extreme national resistance" acainrf !i;c noaco cnn- trnct We: ; t Oerm.inv ri^ncd this wo n k vitli the Bic Three-. The Red*.- outburst was the bios! in a series nf Communist moves aimed nt preventing ratification of the pence agreement by the West German Parliament. The blast en me just after a sharp protest to the Soviet command from the AJ'io: over growing Red pressure a Ion 5 the Iron Curtain bonier in Germany. The western powers demanded ruwifi- eally that their Military Polier be permitted lo resume natrols of the highway lif-tween West Germany and the isolated western zones of Berlin. Parade Scheduled To Open Fort Smith Rodeo Fort Smith, Ark.-f,TVThc I!»lh annual Arkansap-Oklahoma Rn'leo was ;-o to open here today with a parade through downtown Fnrt Smith. More than 10.0.00 spectators turned out vesterdny fnr the kick-off "Chuckwaron Dinner" featuring Western music a street dance, free barbecue and two beauty Boniest s. 'Worker Father 1 Preacher Fasts For 41 Days Ci-.rrr.Yvillo, Mn.-UV Tho wife of (he fasting Oark preacher if beginning in shnw Iho strain of her nhr.o^t constant horisirio visil as hrr husband continues IIL^ fast. Tl'lny is the 4IM dny without fnorl, by his own rounl, fnr tho Rev. .1. .1. Jvio, Assembly nt Rod mnis'cr, \vhn says he will fnsi untn rle.-ith imlc.-s ho cols v.'ord iron God \v!iich he hopes will load tn n spiritual revival acainst sin nnd Communism. The daughter nnd ihreo of Iho couple's six sons sponl yesterday with the minister. He occasionally sip.": writer, but it causes him to rotrh, further weakening him. i New Statlef Hotel : In Dallas Planned New Yoik-(/P)-The National Product inn Authority has approved plans to build flintier Ho- :olf in Hnrtfnrd, Conn., nnd Dallas, Tex us. Arthur F. DoiiRlas, head of the "Intel* Slfltler Company, Inc., in .nnouneinR NPA approval, pajrl · el en re e*f m.iteri;Js Anrl supplies i.r Ihe 7flO-ronm Dallas Staller is .o M.irl in tho fourth quarter of · his yenr. Mgl ajjp.'irently wont tn a hotel. checked nut and started w;'ll-i:nr toward tho bus station when she was mot by her husband. Graves Of Two Who Were Lynched Decorated To Opm Headquarters ·fonesboro. Ark.-(/? -Chancellor Francis Cherry, one of five candidates for the Aikansas nemo- era tic gubernatorial nomination, will open his campaign headquarters in Little Rock Sunday, and will open his campaign formally June 5. Wichita Falls-f/pi-The graves of' Elmer Lewis and Foster Crawford were decorated again nn Memorial Day yesterday. The :v.-n -A-eie Ivnched 56 vears ago a f t e r thev rnhiirrl thf C.'j'.v National P.;mk of S'l U) and shot to death C'n.-hi^r Fu'ri'v ye;ir some* uiikno ?on nr persons riernrnirp Ih -. per- rnvcs. Communist U.N. Delegates Can't Take ll r Leave Services Held At Roosevelt Grave Hyde Pork, N. Y.-l/TVSix Cni- I munist delcsntcs to the United .Nations walked out on a Memorial '. Hay service for Franklin D. Knose- j veil when Speaker VY, Averell I Hnrriman s.iid the Soviets turned traitor to the rausn of peace. j The six delejintns--- two each . from Russia, Poland and Czerhb- slnvakia- are members of the. U. N. Kermomic nnd Social (Vmnril. They were jinrt of pome SO membeis of ' the council invited In attend .'in- nual servir(-« at the crave yesterday fnr the late president. When the six arrived, Il;u iim:ni, mutual secunly ndministialor, was , PprflkinK. I "In the intfrn.illon.il field, « former ally which we had helped rave from depiniftinn, in nirin that i; niight jnm in destrnynni X;i7.i tyranny, turned iraitor I'i the cause of peaee and mtein.ition.il Rood faith, and promoted an f-.rn more terrible, tyranny of its nwn," he said. The six delegates ;-t;ode f:nin the hedye -enclosed rose garden where Mr. nonseveli is buried. Tho men refused to f»ive their name, or c-omment nn their action (HhM- in the part. 1 , claimed not to kmrr then' narrie-f. Wltn* i -5lnn the walk-Mil wrn- the j'.re.'Mdeul's -Aidn.v and \\vi of IKT sons. Hep. Franklin 1. Hnoe- vcll, ,lr., and John. In Sky Observed i Widely In West 1 Vancouver, B. C. -0?i- Another spcciiicularly brilliant fkiph has startled residents ^f the Pacific North vveM, some of v.'hom snid it hf.d the characteristics nf a mc-'e- · oritc. Tho spark-trailing visitor ' was seen .H 12;3fi a.m. yesterday from as far south as S e a t t l e tn points beyond tho Canadian bor- . dcr, 10n miles tn the noith. An olijcct belie\-erl In ho a meteorite exploded over nr iie.ir the rorlh end of Seattle in the r.irl.v morning of May il. Other recent, reports of siirh phcnnpiona have been received from Ka^tern Washington, OrcRnn and Northern California. Sheep To Be Exposed AI Afomic Explosion I .."is VCC;IP. N'ev.-i'/Ti-.Sheep will be rxpo.sod 10 an atomic blast arid 1,000 lnj()])s '.'-ill nrlvan'-e into the · blast area immediately after the I delr.r.ntinn in a dnrintr ncv; 1cr-t at the N; ( vad;i provin,*; Ground. This next c'xr]"sinn in the sprinu serier, probably \'.'ill be set off lo- rn or row. ! The troops will be in foxholes about four mile-; frnrn Rinimd /ei''» at fie time nf 1he r.\nln..ion. A f : e r the de'oiia! K n they \\ill f t a r t their maneuver;- in-.v;ird the blast nrcn. Mother Burned Badly In Rescuing Daughter I .Innerhnrn. Ark. i/p.-A ?1-vf.;, r : old ;nnllvr I iv n";«r diTith t o - l a v in :i hn.-iiiinl hf" f ft'OTi 'r.irH (!·· c t r o hurnr ruff^rvi ·A i hf-:i r In- rc.-i-in-i hrr ntiv ri:iu«h1fi fin:ii tlirir hl.T/irjf: farm homo. AJIen.d- anlf- at 'il" iK-nit-'il r:-i'l lhat Mr-. H irk m Tin I) n v ] - v. ;i.' in a "·. erv sf-nou*: condition " Her daushtoi . Ivi- vear old .If-'tn Diantif-. ;uf- frrrd first antl --I'Tnnfl ilf-frn'o burnv. Mri. n,-tvi- wr. -·:;.'·!.;'.:: '·]·.·· . in the b.irk \.-jrrl of her Iintr.e nenr fir ro v.-h'T-. ···*· ·;'.',','·. i ;,v- :i J - . . P and li"-inl .Join ." ream Sh- ra:i illo lliirh Shn:' i;ndmilin:( class, MIPS Kathorine I.nuiso l.usskv. nnd m^.ham,, receive .heir r.iplmnas fiom School Bonn! ProidfMit I.oUiml ·s hold list i:i;hl ;il llu- limit Auditorium. (1'iiskn TIM KSK TO Expanded Summer Program At Harmon Playfield Arranoed SupeiA isr-d- pl.'jy \vill npen Miiii- 1 day morninK at Hanryn Kinld, with fi\ c puper\ isors on hand to ' oversr-o a''li\ ities rruiRinjf from marbIrs ^nd watiinc In soflball. This summer's proqram will bo the larceFt nnd best . t uppr\ ir-cd in ttie history of the playground. Do' .*r"e. the summer rnds, n new nren, ' no-.v nndrr development, will h? openerl to the public for snflbaU-- complete with liphtf.--;md a practice football fie.ld for touchbnll. A PPW family pi- i nic nnd j)I.iy area has been rie\-elnjicfl at the far , sninh ''n'l of the area nnd other new facilities liavo been atidwl to almost double the si/.c pf the Opening fit ] p. m . Monday, the summer proven m \vi'l offer soft- lialt. tennip, h;ireba)l. toiichhntl, volUy ball, croquci. and all types of minor :;porK in addition, the wnriing pool \vill be open and fup- prvised pfay for smaller children will t'atii'.e from mnrbfcs to Use of nomiboxcs. Mrs. Harold Perry will b? in charge of art.s ami rraflr, while Mi?s Margarf-t \\'ilron will dirert rirls' ai'tivjlicf.. Miss Klizab"th (iambic \vill he in rhfirgr of the v.'.'uling pool, nnd L.'tny Trammel, captHin "f the hivh school fnntbnll team, will MITTI .-m-'il! boys' ac- IhilioF. HiKh Kclmol Conch Harry Vnndertrriff will he m charge of sport:; lor older boys. Press, Radio And TV Will Make General's Visit To Abilene More Than Kansas Affair lllf Ivil,;,-. -'tKi \'/a. r tt:ilipr-rt in a !nilrc,m. Ilfr hu-l.ar'l an'i : h r f f Abilnifr. Kan. -f/I'i- While. Crn. Dwinhl D. ?'isenho'.vrr r. a y s lie will not actively seek the He- publican president in 1 nomination, hi:; homecoming here .fun" 4-5 will have pros 1 ;, r.'irlio and t^lo- visinn covennf* unc-qualcd for ,in fvrnt n( j t s kind. Undaun'^d by the cr-nri ;i!'v ,-IK- scrtion thai his visit to his bny- Imod home i" "a K:nv.rc- affair." bclwrr.i ^00 ;m-l -ion nr-w. radi" and television repnr'prs v.'iM It' 1 on '-.and t o record what he ha'- to ;riy. A vnst -^mfiorary cnmmunicaiinn? network ha^ benn pet up in tliK lo\'. n of 7-Of'O pnnul.-itiori on t r r C(-«ii i" r i] K.'infnr. pi'iin^ !n handlr 'h" norm."! ('omrn'jnif.'d.'iv; vol. ume of n r j f v fif Sn nof] pri-'ii^.. i The iprrifil fnciliiioT mcltrir: A niicrnwnvp rrlav 'i-.-r-r a Ififl- mile strr-[fh to K:IM-:JS City In ronnr-f-t with a nnti'tnv.'i'Ir- \r\r- \'i? ion network. Lrrrir-d v.'irrj. fnr new. *fi| vicf^ .-uifi indivKlual ni'-.vsp^pnfj: .-,·: '·'.·r!l ;* rpeci:i] wirn'; for 'Iirert 'i/MiMf.i. 1 ; K.n of i.bf!t'igi;)i)hs to nil ·i.'iit- of the n.'i'iiori. Si.«-i:.l ; tmlio:- )nr ibr o r i c i n "f nati'invi'lf radio }it; l f\t-;r^'" nnd 'hr tr.;-k!nc n' -.virr r'-rnrdinn^ The i!fn"-r:i! .ind *.!·· mrt 1 .- :.-.}] verleH into ;j prr-:-'? ro ri m with srore-, of t.-lenhono:;. Adioininp room."; will include now:- teletypes a » rl l^lcgraph hr;id(jnartf r?. Phnto^raniiri^.' d^rkronms arc bring s-t i;pjn vnnnus buildings and immi^-.' Siu'hvr- U in f'.";! Tf-irph-inr ('nm|i;ir:v \.:\\ : (·' iij. 5*) .',pfrj;il Inn;; 'hj-.f;mrp rh.-innc-i:; and cailM in more than 30 !|icn :i ) oprr;itnrr tmir\ IK cxdianiys in other Police Order 4] Families From Homes Cold War Tempo Stepped Up By Red Activities P.erhn -'",pi- r'orrmunht police srixed the hamlet nf iVjrrTerah- l:iee · ·!) thn fnnre r-f Krr* W r * t finrlin tnH.-iv an/( ordTpd its 4.1 families in KM nut of th?ir hr-rrcr, Wrstprn authentic 1 .* h^rp PI id it ·A-rr p:irt of the Cornmunis* program tn STI! nrr'tn o f f from the Kurrmm'!inc Rii^i-in ?nne. As juri nf tV increasing Com- muni't prnsMire in the romps i?n ·iramM the n""'!v-:-iRncd West Carman pence contract, th* Russians alpo turnM harlt A"i?d ps- irn! r.irs nn the Reriin-Heltr.s'pdt autobahn for tho sixth straight day. We.st Herliners feared a new blnrk.vlc wns in tho making. There wore reports nther fringe territories would he reirc-d, notably Strinstnecken whkh borders on the American sector. Inhabitants thrre find eisp'.vhore on the fringe areas \vcro alarmed as tiie Russians and the Fst Gorman Com- munjRls heightened iho cold war tempo. MuercerhUfle lies just within the Russian zrme but. administratively it belonged to the borough of Spnndau. in the British pcirtor. This morning Ihr black-clad Communist Volkspolizei (People's Police) appeared and knocked on the doors of the residents. The 43 fani'dics were told to clear out. No reason was civen. But the ac* lion was believed part of th* Communist pattern of creating "«· mritv holts" for th« Russian zone. These, "no-man's lands" are i^ing nmted around Berlin as -it along the Russian zones « with Allied West Germat Wept Berlin police said the- people there were told by the Communist police they should pack up and RO to West Berlin--"where you belong," Four Still At Large In Ohio Prison Break Column 1 ;*. Ohio-^-Nine convicts--two of them murderers-escaped last night from Ohio Penitentiary. Four remained at lai gr* early today. Four of the piisoner::, including the murderers, were raptured w;thin a matter 'r minutes after they seized ^ r i " : - t; on guard and crawled throuch a second-floor dormitory window, A fifth was nabbed abojt two hours liter in a Columbus railroad yard. No --hot* '..-ore fired during the In e:ik nr when the men wore Ihr l;)iltnnm ha r Mourning Period In Britain Ends i-"r;-,". in a i;!n-r thir. midnnihi and P'l.tnn;- pre[ M rc-d fnr ;r, gay a s'i,m- MHT at th"ir nu.'-terity propram Wdinc-n ; )rou^ht their brightest frir..V. MM: fit the '-inre* . nd men h.*r. e v.-oi n .since ineir monnr^h dirvi Febnnry fi. Th" i-iTfjo bar.'i^ -hif-h th'.u- :-ai:'l ft 1 , c 1 * j/.*"":' "'(.JT. '''P.T r i nc TI t M C T ·-if i e\'es will dfJi[.p{'i'r and Ihe ^f'"i'.--fi fif a!! .M' 1 ,;'. ]';e" ;n ' ''.r P.r-ii:.vh (Vkmrr.'in-vpaith ·.-.·;!! n;ii-k- Allies Vastly Outnumbered In Korea, Van Fleet Reports, But He Does Not "Expect" An Immediate Red Offensive Van Kl".'. · anri' 1 in K' Nation-; fur tn *,r.r. hut .. iriiiiicli it- H.-.J CHRISTOPHER ZIICLER, .W. rh.wn ,^^1;,.'^ a p!';'^;^^ "M^ \Vorkrr Kulher nf tlic Yr:ir by tlir (| . f i-'j,t|||ii A - - i r ' 'M (.li'leir · · ' Nnllriii;;! Kather'H Ofjy comniittee r;m"."l fi',;n 'he f i c b t j n p fi ;:lnndfl in the Fnirbauf Trailer the 'i fiui.]» -f-:r,( "Suht'iPin I'fimpnny plant in Avon Lake, .. at Knif I-land's pri.fiiifr nf whfTft he l* a Ktock charc-r-ro- i''»n.pnunn:. .ponfiiblc for nhlpmcnt nml movr- On Kn|i\ V.m Fleet ti.nd. 1. Mi'»'H wilhlrj the factoiy ;.f matr- '» fi y "' rml«. /irclcr, mi'inler of ATI/- '''" '""' i;nlle.l Auto Workers J/ Ihff fnllicr o( two bny.4. n (him h nicmlwr. ( I n t e r natinnnlj t . a 1 1 K ! o f f \vitht »ut incident "I! r !nn- 'hat thn rm-niv h.i 'ikeii ,til\ anl.if^e nf the Innj 1 ''.il^ iatc In build up hli pn\M-i an uill rC'-nui ·(·: ," the ijenci ;il s:iH. "\Vf r" :in i -;tt'-- nn-v th;it the enetriV i 1 - twn ;ind 'iii'"-h ilf '.ri'.ir- i;ieaf(-i th-in Ihc I 'i-i'ivl Natio-,-; in numer icnl r'lTiih it : tnMinth ·We p-.!nn:i(n th it 1 o h iv a t w o t'. one nurri'M ic.il .' upei mi l*.y in -ulilli-P "I' 1 .! 1 . Iv i. i r i f i - i K u in !i«, nrl-ink'. ;ur rjipahilitie-. -\V ( . a l - n hrlir\c Ih-it j f the enemy «.;ilke«^ .IR un. hf will u*.e all HIP dir p'iwer a! hi-. di;.p(ial nnd will use both hunters and hnililMT.. In tin- hr-.t nf hi* .ihtlltv." Van Fieri v t |/| that any new roiiuiiuMi -' fiuvh would be met by the in.i55.rd IMIWPI nf the KlRMth Ai niv and n inr klike determination in stn.ish the I'otnnuinitt for- mati'itis .in ihev h.ivo never been Kills Two Children, i Slabs Self 30 Times 1 Oakland, C:ilif.-i.4* - Sheriff H. P. Gl^apon said tho wife of a Navy lieutenant thrur.t. a knife into herself ,10 'mrr-; early today after s).'ihh,n:: her f.vo children to de.ith in their N.vv project hnmp 15 mile.-: rasi of here Sheriff Gleason said the \vnm.m, Mrs, Mary Glenn, sl.-^hr-d the rhil'iren to death vsth a pai'iny knifr after beatinc th?m with a hasofial! bat until they lost con^ci'-ujsne^. Dn-id are Bilhe, etj'ht, and llohbip. five and a half. C;!e.-i=on Mid Mrs. Glenn, taken lo Hiahl.ind HoFpi'al in Oakbr.d, u-as m ' yn'id" '-inditinn. The hus- h-md. I.i^u!. Rnhrrt H. Glenn, is st.ihnnrd .T L (luam Arkansas Child Killed In Auto-Truck Crash nn-klrv. Ark.--.T'i - N'nra Ver- nelie Willit. riih'. ".'.is killed ycs- irrrtsv when a truck and an auto- mn'nl^ cnilidcd nr.ir here. The rhiln. fiauch'er nf Mr. and Mrs. (.'!rn \Villis of Banner, Ark., v.'i»s dr.I- 1 nn nrn\'a! at « Rrinkley hos- plf.'t! Siate Trni'prr I. E. Gwynn «lifl (he a.-ci'lon! ocrnrred when thft car Miuck the rear nf the truck. He siu! Luther Kendrll. driver of the ear, w a s chireed with involuntary pnanslauffhtfr r.d driving while drunk. 1,1 link* KillMl pui.suini; a nerinK Ccimmiinlt link ("ice killed 15 HuKl T»«t«r- iln.v nnd enly torlny. d«t«Mt htudquirlrrn im Miint h»- the fruduntf. AdyJ i

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