Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 3, 1952 · Page 1
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12 PAGES TODAY tend by ovtr 25,000 Daily The Public Interest Is The first Concern Of This Newspaper VOLUME 90, NUMBER 267 Location Freeze On Industry Said Sought Fulbright Supports Proposed Changes In Walsh-HealeyAct Washington - iVPi - Senator Fulbright (D-Ark) said today he believes that the-administration. In Its interpretation of the Walsh- Healey act. seeks to freeze industry in the areas where it now exists. He is nppnsed lo such a freeze, he said, and for that reason will push pending amendments In the act. Thev arc part of a bill tn extend the defense production act bevond .Tune 3n. President Truman, in a letter to Vice President Rarkley last week, criticized the amendments and urced their defeat. The Walsh-Hoaloy act, passed in 1936. sets up labor standards, chiefly regarding wages, which must he met by firms contracting · to sell materials, supplies and goods to the government. Unless they meet these standards they are denied contracts. Fulbright contends that the Labor Department's administration of the act goes far beyond the intent of Congress and has the effect of preventing industrial expansion in-other areas of the " country, principally the South. "I am heartily in accord with the principle- of raising labor standards," Fulbright said tndav, "but before you ran raise standards in industry you first must \ have an industry." The Walsh-Hoalcy act "xcnipls ; from its provisions goods that rnav I usually be bought in the npen market. The Labor Department has interpreted this to mean goods ' bought by the government in the open market rather than on bids. · Since most of the government contracts arc on a bid basis the art applies to anything the government buys on contract. Amendments Proposed Fulhright's amendment would provide that the act shall not apply on goods usually sold in the open market to purchasers generally, even Ihoueh the government buys them under contract. A second amendment provides that interested parlies In any of the rules, orders or interpretations of the act. may. if they chonse.ap- peal to the courts for judicial rulings on any disputed point. A third amendment proposed by Fulbright was rejected hy the Senate Banking Committee. Under present administration practices · the Labor Department establishes minimum wages nn an industry ^r coast-to-coast b a s i s . Fuibright proposed that they he based on minimums prevailing in the area.- involved--part of a state, or a few states--but not for the country as a whnle. Auociated Leased Wire Prisoner Trouble 1 FArSTTIVILLE, ARKANSAS. TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 3 , 1 9 5 2 AP, King and NEA Featurei 10CAI FORECAST-- r§y«'!«vtll. «nd vicinity p»ftlT cloudy tonight and tomorrow, with nit much ch«nf« in tcjnptnture Hlfh temperature yetterdly K: la-M s«. noon today It Sunriw 3:M. lun- if t ; 23. MICI FTVI CINTS Red Radio In Berlin Is Barricaded _ _ Ailicc, In.ons, : .,,, m removing helmets as they leave Compound 6R on Koje 1'iand after a tear gas raid on the compound containing 3.350 'ough Red prisoners. The troops destroyed the prisoners' headquarters and emerged with red flags and knives. It was the first big show ot force inside any of the 17 compounds since disorders flared early last month. Four Reds Wounded By Guards At Koje .Banker Thinks And Moves Fast To Foil Bandit I New York-(/P)-A card thrust at I the hank teller read: i "Give me all tho folding ioney von have in t h a t cage. If you don'i, I you'll be killed on the spot because I have a pistol in one pocket and · two vials of nilro in the other. · Therefore I am a human bomb." ! The teller. Chnrlos I.ehanka, 27. qlanccri at th? bandit confronting him yesterday in an Irvini; Trust Company branch. Lrhanka pretended to los" his balance and deliberately fell from his stnnl. pressing the trigger of a holdup · alarm. Senator Kefauver Plans Visit To Little Rock Wildcat Strike Halts ' Jet Plane Production Farrningclale.'-N. Y.-i.-Pj-The big Thunderjet fighter-bomber plant of Republic Aviation Corporation resumed production with a rc- drced fore" today, after a v.-ilri- cat strike halted operations yesterday. About SO per rent of the fi.400 day-shift production and maintenance workers went thvuimh picket lines this morning. The company hoped to continue operations. Officials of the union called the strike unsanctioned and unauthorized. The strike s'arted over grievance machinery. A company announcement said it caused an es- t'ma'ed loss of 10 Thunderjet lighter-bombers. VA Hospital Employes Have Annual Picnic The annual picnic for the Xa- tional Federation of Foreign Km- ployes at rhe Veterans Arimini'- tration Hospital, was held yesterday af'ernoon on the h'ospiia] grounds for members, their families and friendj. Approximately 170 nttenderi. During ',.!ie afternoon games were provided for tho children, ar.d volley ball and horseshoes for the adults. Chaplain I.oRoy R,i r . ri.\ president of the orgNr.'i'ation, was in charge nf .nrni-.Koi-.icnts. A picnic supper was served shortly after fi o'clock. ! Little Hock-f/TYTho second presidential hopeful to visit Little Rock this year Democrat. Sen. Estes Kcfauvor of Tennessee, will visit here. June 20 and 27. The . announcement nf Kcfauver's visit · came from Lalano Temrile of Little Rock, chairman of the Arkansas for Kefauvor for President Committee. Kefauver is seeking the Democratic nomination. Temple said preliminary plans call for a conference with Governor McMath, a re.ceptkn and an open-house. Previously, Sen Rober- A Taft. of Ohio, candidate for the Republican nomination, spoke here. : Koje Island. Korea-(/P)-Amcri- ran guards fired riot guns into a prisoner of war compound tonight, slightly wounding four Xorth Ko» roan prisoners defying orders. Prisoners in Compound 604 refused to remove clothing from the barbed wire fence obstructing the Guards' view of the enclosure. The guards then opened fire vilh crippling shotgun blasts to drive the 1 unruly POWs back from the fence. T'.vo prisoners wore taken to a camp hospital for ti-calmont. Two others received first aid from fellow prisoners. The shooting raised prisoner casualties for the past 24 hours to one dead and seven wounded. One prisoner was killed and an- olhor wounded by the accidental discharge nf a guard's machine gun. and two '.··ere wounded in the night in an cs-ape attempt. .Vew Flagpole Set I'p Defiant Red POWs earlier se! up .1 new flagpole in their prison pen m place of one knocked down bv guards yesterday. 'It will not he there very long.' 1 commented Brig. Gen. Havdon L. Boatnor, commander. Boatner summoned chieftains of three Red-cnntroilcri compounds. He gave leaders of Compounds 8.1 and 96 an ultimatum to haul down Red flags. It was not disclosed what he told the third POW leader, v.-hosc compound--f)2--already had lowered its flags. A Communist flagpole in Compound 602 was smashed yesterday by a U. S. Patton tank ringed by infantrymen carrying bayonet- tipped rifles. Ter.sion in the hate-filled prison stockades remained hitrh. Car Dealers Hit By High Court Usury Decision Whitfield Quoted As Soying Difficulties To Be Serious Little Rn[-k-i/?j-A rnrnplete up, heaval of the automobile rnd ap- ; pliance business in Arkansas is predicted hy finance ompany representatives, new and used car j dealers, and electric appliance ; dealers and distribulnrs. At a meeting here yesferdav, ; Don Bndishbaugh. manager of the : Commercial Cicrjit Company said, : "Every dealer will be in tlie collection business" if a Supreme Court decision on ustirv becomes final. ! The mooting was called by the Arkansas Automobile Dealers As. sociation lo discuss n recent Supreme Court ruling that held loan ·charges raising the total charges above in per cent are in violation of the stale constitution. C,us Reaves, Pine Bluff altornev. said he would file a petition for a rehearing nf the original case against the General Contract Purchasers Corporation. The decision on this case precipitated the court's decision. Roland Hughes of .loncshnro. president of the Arkansas A u t o mobile Dealers Association, who presided at the meetin,-,, said he expected (o be without a source nf financing when the Supreme C'ourl's decision bechines final. . \V. C. Whitfield nf Fayetteville, president of the r«otnj-s Finance Company, said that if the decision becomes final "some rerious difficulties" are going to be faced by finance concerns. He said his 'company would have lo liquidate its business with about 30 dealers. A decree does not become final until after the court a c t s on a rehearing petition. The Supreme '. Court's opinion said that all trans: actions marie prior to the final date nf the May 2f decision would be recognized as valid. Famous, Known-the-World-Over Grins " P u "" rt - f ' " TM S (:rm5 P v i i u "" rt - f ' "!TM S . (:rm5 K" " workr "" - 1S p '-«i f lTMt Trum ' " SP f o ; n v ' " '·"""·" " r K^nhnvcr from F.llrn p '-«i f lTMt Truman greets On. Dwipht D. Eisenhower pc. The general met the prcMoV-n. ,,,,, han , h l h ,, . r n p c . e genera met t e prcMo-n. , than a hall-hour a f t e r his Air Force Constellation t -niched (tround in Washington. |AP Wirophoto) Eisenhower Says He Feels Air Power Will Be Dominant Car And Truck Collide Near Veterans Hospital A light car and a two-Ion truck collided on Highway 71 inside the ! north city limits nf Fayctteville · shnrlly a f t e r noon today, with both machines damaged out neither driver apparently hurt seriously. The truck, loaded with feed. was headed south and was struck by the auto, headed norlh, near the brow of the hill by the Veterans Hospital. The back wheels were knocked out from under the truck, and the heavy machine turned over. T r a f f i c was blocked for miles up and down Ihe highway for some time. Police said Glenn Nail. 25, of Snringdale. was driving the car. and E. W. Moss, 41. also of was driver of the truck. WashiilRton-'/Pi-Gen. Dwighl n. Eisenhower said today he always has favored a strong U. S. Air Force and is com meed air power will he dominant in any future war. At the same time, in what might have been intended as a thrust at Sen. Robert A. Tafi. cnhnwer satrt! "Anyone who find.' out that the ordinary foot soldier can be finally eliminated from war, I wish he would show me how to do it.' 1 ...... _ _ _ Production Down To Trickle As Result Of Steel Strike; Thousands Of Workers Idle I'itishurch-iVPi-Produrtlon faded to a d/ibblo today in the day-old He al.-o took an apparent dig at rloel strike. Unemployment m . President 'Human's action ,n de- ,-rt. An estimate,! 2f,,nnn coal m i n - - r:; who prnriijrr- roal f r t r st"n|- m;ikini* furnnrr.r h ;i ' e boon In id i*ff for lhe dtiniiion. Thnti.sind. 1 - of laihn.jder.- a wailed Fimilar fur- laying an Air Force buildup in 1D4H ' Kisonhnwer met with reporters at the Pentagon a shorl time I'o- fore fluffing the five-star general's rank lo fro" himself for the pn'it- ical Mnielle ahead, lie and Tail av-old /--· i i r,n,int- : v_orne!l In Punishment Of Students -. T 1 " 1 · r|lv ' 1 ulriiiMry fell from , . · are the leading contenders for the f ' ;i ''. v production of more than :;uo,- '' n . v fraciion of that Hepubiican presidential lion. Blds Army Oodhye nomina- . rimount 24 hours afler Ihc Supreme ' Ithaca, N. Y..i/1'i-Cornoll i; n j_ versily has reinstated 25 students who confessed participating in a radio broadcast of phony war bul- ''"'"' r " l( "' lh(1 Kn'-'crnrr.pnt had 1'tlns. Thp faculty Committee on A foiv minute a,,,, r lh e news "'.'ril'f"' "' '"" "" ind "^'-' St " riC "' Cnn ''" r '' Wh ' rh »'-"PTM"^ Kisenhou-er liade a ,pl- Prc' lilent Philin \iiirri,. n f ih» ! h( 5llutll ' nl1 ' ' or ^ . vl% ar. announced ir. H i i c, T ' 'he ' l a s t night it was liftinR the MIS- c o n f e r e n . - cmn farewe'! to the An-- w,th ' French Government To Discharge Strikers Paris-l,T'i - The French cabinet announced today any government employes who heed the Communist call for a general strike tomorrow will be suspended and disciplined. T h e Communist - dominated General Labor Confederation called the strike as a protest against the arrest of .!aco.uos Duclo;, tho party's acting socrotan general, on charges of threatening .security nf the state. West Pointr.ri Graduate "\Vc.-t Poin' K. V.-iflVTodav Is graduation day for 523 cadets at the U.S. Military Academy. Reports Of Car Crash In Kansas Received Here Tclophnno report? wore rr- reive.d hor,^ !; si I'.jght 'h,i* n Gr.crpe Wa.^hinplnn DnviF. r»2. nnd his son. Tommy Gcnrco Davis. -7, \--CTC killed and Mr. c . D?:\'i? 5f»- vioi:. : ly inturfd in n mfi'.or rnr arridcnt :;! Knn.. yos!rr- riay aftornfton. Tho Monririx Funeral Hor.ip at Quinlrr hrliovrd the Davi-. f.imily !i\Td at nr nfar F,ivriio\'i!if i . Flffnrts In lo;irn dr5:iil.; of thr nrririon) «r to drtorminr 1 tho nd- ', drr. c s of ihc rr.'irh virtirrr worr un-urro.--. ( -ful hrrf l!ds imrninr Hunt's h.i? !hp rich! cift for your Russians Kill German Trying To Flee Zone Berlin - I/PI - Communist police shot and killed a Russian zone : German who tried to break through their road blockade and reach free W-^t Berlin, west sector polii-e reported today. Thev cave these details: The F.ast German was trying tn flee across the border to the'Amer- ican sector when the Communi c t People's Police shot him down. Witnesses said the body was left lying there for hnuif as a warning to other East Germans against trying to crash through! the Cc.m- muni:t "security belt" which has been forged to seal off die Russian zone from West Berlin. Lion Agreement Sought F!l Dodnro. Ark -'/Pi-L'nidn rop- rcscn'.it^i-.. ,,,,. to meet .n'h a Lino Oil Company negoii.-.img mmmitieo tod.iv in another fffdri firm' CIO oil woik'er=.' Child Falls Into Creek At Springtown, Drowns Poultry Market -- The poultrj market today at reported hy the University of Arkansas Institute nf .Science nrid Technology and the Dairy and Poultry Market Ncwi Service of the U. S. Department of AKrlcul- ture. Northwest A r k a n s a s market steady, demand fair to good, offerings at some points, ade- ((uate M others, tradinc moderate. 1'ilces paid f. o. h. f.nm up lo 2 i : m.. hrnilers or frvcrs all weiqhU ' " A n in 3.11) 2S to 2f, rent.-, a Ih., F.lmer Lee P,!.iii:ic. six, sun nf Mr. and Mrs. Robert P.l.nkic nf Springinwn (Demon County), drowned late yesterday afternoon in a creek near his home while playing with .-everal other children. Tom Condi-ay, j u s t i c e of the peace whn ailed as 0.roller. ..aid the child w,iiidrrod a u a v I'mm Ihe nlher c'liHirii ;nid app.n ( .nth- slipped from the bank intu ihc creek. Relative.: found his body. A r t i f i c i a l respiration failed to revive the hoy. Survivors include bis parents; three sisters. Frances. Tlizabelh and Linda, all c.f the home; t w o brolhers. Chnrlos and Ilarvev. of U,e l.miie: and hi-, cr.-mdmnlher. Mrs Flora P,!aikie of Oenlrv. The hnrlv wa: taken to W.v.^on Home in Kiloam Spnncs. Funeral arrnncrments are incomplete. Drniviu In I.iltli- Rock Tool The A'.r,cia!ed Pic*s n-ported one ^,!her MiowninK :n A r k a n s a s \ '·· l(Tfl;i.\'. I.I inqniK Ihn ; l.rr-v v io- !.·!.' di-.-ith I,.M fi.r ihc d r - t d;,y of t h e u Cf-k to fnin . * .l.-.nK-. A. I... 1 !!;!!:!, .tr.. hinc. of H'.iljtni], Tr\:|.. fir'.U'lif fl in the l.itllc Hock Municipal Pool laic ynslcrdiy. Pulaski fv.uniy ner vaid the drnvk-ninc \' acci- dcnt.i]. The hny had fy.r.e to the pool u'ilh his undo and left the drc.-sinc room' hcf'.i - the mule His body was found a few ninutes later in five feet ol walcr. Y.iiuic Latham is Mirv'ive/I h\- Ins p a i e n l s . Mr and Mrs .lamct A. l.;iiham of Hous'on. Tey:,.. and his ci.'indpirent'. Mr and Mr.'. ,1. A. Ware of Little Hock. Mill Accident Calvin Mav. (i2. engineer and foreman at W rape's lle.idinc Mill at Pi,n,Ri,uM. Aik , s i i f f c i c d fainl hums in a mill auiden! vf.^tf'idiiv May hail been employed at the null some 2."i years. Funci,i| services for a M-yi.u- "Id M.iunoha. Ark . cirl and her hinth"r who drowned near Mrin- rne, La . Sundav were to he held today. The Arkansas clrl was fiuhv Piddle. Her hrnthcr, .l.imct. 2.1. w a s emplovcd at an nil field near Karmervilk. l.n They drnwn- i ed in a hoatind'accidrnt at the pentagon',.; river entrance, his rclirement orders were read and Secretary of Defense I.o-. etl wished him "an a f f e c t i o n a t e goodbye and Godspeed." Lo- etl referred In the general's s e r v i - c s in ; , n d a f t e r tt'nrlrt V.'ar I! a- ",.. j;|iout j piereilenl in the modern worid." I Eisenhower replied: I 'Comrades and my fi lends: The 1 uniformed services of the l.'niled my heart to say a final jrondhyc. Let me say. until we meet a g a i n - ~ and thai goes for all of you from the sccret.-.ry of defense tn the newest recruit in the ranks --jjond luck and carry nn as you ha e in the Goodbye." Tlmn lhe genera! g,v. c a final salute and Mepprd min hi-, car -a civilian again, for the f i r i t 'imc in 37 years--as an A r m v band played "Auid Lang Syne." Politics Take Over Polities took over as soon a? (he military stepped nut The grnor.-,! lun-hed w i t h leaders r.f Ihe !; in- c- ment tn win the presidential nomination-- Senators I.odr.e .,f M:, r - ' sachlic!ts and Duff «.f IVnn'v:- vam.i. and Paul Hoffman, ,,n lea e from the Ff-rd Kdiinria'Kin. ho.-idqu.-irtcrs announced the general would be wearing ci-.j||.- in clothes when he led hi:, hotel ,-,t 3:1.1 p. m. iCSTi Ind.v. for .%',-,I tinnal Airpnr!. wheie he was lo empl.'ine Jor lw f : r - ! ('iii'-nf-urii- form speech df the campaign at Abilene. Kan. At hi- nc-.v. c'.nferciicc. K i - r t i - iKiv-cr tried tn ,. ;, r d r,[f pnhtic.-il f|ue f |K,ns hu' with only p a r t i a l sucio He refilled ;,l Ih? ou's.el tn a queMidn bared nn T a f t V s'.-itp- merit m a ~f,cerh 1.-..M Sundav a .·toady deteii'iraimn of r S. air Mien::?!, hec.-m v. h:lc Ki.'.onhimei was A r m y c h i e f nf ,i;,ff Tiif: al.-n hit nut in l,v-1 Sumln\ radio vpeedi .,! what l.c c,i||eii "llic f a l l a c i e s (.f (.111 cencnil-: " line nf thesi-. the senator said, Is a belief that "a war against Russia can only he won on the continent of Europe w i t h bayonets." Eisenhower look direct issue w.:h Tad l.v -t.-ii-.nt .-,3am (,lv vie...- that idop'mr, nf a ur-iicr-,-,; mililaiv Ir.iining i-roeram by this roNTiM.'ro ON r'Aflr. six In di-dp their tools. The walkout is orderly acror.s the nation. The gi.Tnl U. S. Slrf.-l Corporation said onie of i:.s pianls were not even being picketed. \Vilh Ihe industry closed mr- n s i g h t , there v.-as l i t t l e fur pii-|:ets Id dd but idly pace in front of plant talus. The t r i c k l e nf prnduHinn left is accounted fc-r hv firms like Weirton Steel Company in Weirton. \V. Va.. and Steiii)ciivil!e, O h i o . which deal w i t h independent unions and hv companies like Kaiser Slecl. ·- l-.i^h h a v e signed agreement: - - - j i h the union. Leaders of both Ihe industry and the striking CIO Steelwrirkers T'mon suggested renewed rcntracl !-.!!·-. but neither side proposed a d-ilc for r.cgoliations. Muskogee Couple Tied Up And Robbed M n s k n g c . . . Okla - i/T, . Twd markc-'t'^- !i^d a Muskogee coilnle ;.r.d !hci; son in tneir hdo-.e e.-iilv 'dd;,-.- nnd rdhbed them of *l.;l f ifl, pdh'-e icporter! Tnir.rr.v Rav Dusenhe r ,-..-. a rr-c- cer-- the men ;ipp^ii-nl|y were u.nling in the hdii«c n-hen he, hi-, wife and :i.n i "''lined hon^e a f t « r cldMiig liusincs:- .-.rniind ! a m lion" at its second hearing on the incident. The nature of the in. formation was not disclosed Several campus big shots were reported to be among the 2.1. Pacific Coast Seamen's Strike Ties Up 30 Ships San. Fr.'incisco - (J*) - Thr AFL Sailnj-p Ij'nion of th" Panfir strike v:rnt into it-, sernnd v/^-k today and a fodfr^l cfinnhstnr ronfrlcd no hri.^if: for a settlement hn.s be^n re-'irhed. Connhntor Omar Hn-jkin.";. after l;ilhint,' 5Cp'trate]y vith repre. l fnt- ;tive« of the union and ship- owner?' Pnrifir Maritime Asporia- hon y ester d.iy. com men ted "thero is no for resuming talk?; " The 5true H^5 'ird i;p mnrf 'h,in 3n ships in Wp«t ("0351 port*, including the pr.^cenfier liner I,-:r- !:re, '.rhifh ?tn,-ineri in'n S/in Franr-i*rr, Harbor yesierd.'iv from Honolulu. Tho union K- nuking ,T fi-.-c t rr font '.v.iKf i n f r f ^ i f n"»T !i .nir p^v for S;iturd:iy \. i oi ^ rt ? t^ ; ,i!d th^ r'ltht to (Jinrol ,iny ;ij;i errr.en', nn 'ifl-day n'l'irr Thf ; hip'wnrrs deniarid a no r!rik(» rontr.irt. District Judge Miller Cautions Against "Encroachment Of Federal Government" I'. P. ni.-lnct .ludt-e John F,. Miller i-f f.,r' Smith tiuri, ,,,,i at the .idmini'.li.'t'inn tr.dav in a speech MH.r.i'lv w.irnini; a!,nnst Hie "encinaclur.cnt of lhe i;n- cj nnicnt m niir mdu'idu.i! ini; i.efnin the KaviMIc-. ille v f'lub at [(-· rei;ul;ir nnmi r. ludcc Mi'.ler as-cr'ed nd,iy\ CIIMS" can I.e al- In lhe e x e c u t i v e hr.inch -, eminent for its "fndure prrhen-l" ,ll the end nf II " the United ic.ised f n he a n.ltionR] and beiame an intenu- t h a t "t Inluilert of the e tn e'.in Wnilil Sl.lte^ tionftl "The executr e branch failed tn m^e* the occasion hv not clnr.m? its ranks aRainst international Communism at t h a t lime" he declared. ItcfernnK tn v c s t e r d n \ ' s Su- picine ('nun inline Prc'-idcnt Trunian's sei?ure nf the sf*p! in- d u t r v w».t unconstitutional, .luflce Miller j.iid: 'The principles we m- henied from our forer.nhers h a v e heen repeatedly disreRarded until yesterrirty." At unnther point, lhe fort Smith jurnt stated lhat he was not nd- \ocating throwing anyone out nf nfficn, I4dmi: "But I'd thrnw him out if hf (tnttn't rh»n«e hli «·»·»." CONTlNtltn ON PA«I ItX 'British Troops Seal Station In Dawn Maneuver Action Described As Retaliation For Commufrsf Seizure Bertin-'/V-nriii=h mili'arv police ihrr\v a harh»4 \t-ire barricade around Rust??n-op'vafe.d Radio Herlin today and hcrei^od that Communist island inside the we;tern section of the c i t v The --urprise dawn action caughr a cunrd r,t anou'. 30 Russian tom- mv-Kimners inside the big red htirk biiildinj; in ihe middle of the nritish sector of the former German capital. British and Germ-in police announced to Russian and German civilian station personnel that anybody inside the building could come out but that nobody wnuld he allowed hack in The Rriti-h troops around the station were ordered to "meet fore* with force'' if anyone tried to lift the si»se. The Russians did not attempt to make their customary niorninc chani!i o( the juard. Three 5^ jot officers in a sedan with a civilian driver were refused admittance by the British fo!- dierr,. A ' the Russians drove away German onlookers booed lustily. The British action taken ai- ier consultation with Americ»n and French occupation officials -apparently was in retaliation for Communist seirurf of several small i areas on the fringes of West Bcr- j lin which lie juM inside the RUJ- ! sian occupation zone. The areas had been administered by th« West. · i The Reds crabbed these arem during the week"end to create "security bells" with which they are sealing off free Berlin from the Mirroundinjc Russian occupation zone. . Hritish Commnndsnt Ma). Gen. C. F. C. Coleman last night protested to the Russians over these seizures , The Red radio continued broad- · easting this mornlnt;, stnding out mostly musics! recordings. These programs came however, from alternate studios in the Russian sector of the city. The transmitter also i* In the Red-held section. Newscul Ignores Affair The regular R a. m. newscast from the station made no mention of the British barricade. About .in British military policemen and soldiers stood guard at the barbed wire thrown around the block-square building. About SO German policemen kept the early morning crowds moving. The bin radio.- which the Russians have operated since the fall of Berlin in 134.1, has been Communism's loudest voice in Germany. Although the area around the staiion fell to the British when the citv was divided into occupation sectors, the Reds have maintained their grip on the station site. More Road Blocks Communist poii-e during the night erected more road blocks to seal off V.'est Berlin from the surrounding Russian occupation zone. The Russians also baned Allied motor patrols from' the Berlin- Helrnstedt super highway for the ninth s t r u c t day. but the city's lifeline rail, bar^e and highway traffic to \Vc!t Germany remained open and normal. Second Federal Court Case Under Way Here Tc.s'irr/'nv u-gs completed yesterday in the r,vc of Dannen Mills, Inr.. nf St. Joseph. Mo , vs. Otis Watson -ind nTher* before Fodfral .Turjgo J«hn K MUlrr nf Fort Smith, .fi^cr Miilrr, holding the fir:". s^Mi-m of Feder.i! Court hsre Mnr* !H4. u-|ihhr',d hi dociiion. Thr r.v*. involved $38.713 in rhrk^n food -.i!ev A s^ nnd fr-doral case opened hrro rhis morning, al;.o before .Ju-i^c Miller withmit jury. In the i-^c thr S"ulhwostorn Lime Company of NVosho. Mo., fecks judgment fnr $2!.4S7. a feed bill^l the O?ark Poultry and Egg "nmp.iny «f ^pnnRd.iIe. Molvern To Be Honored For No Traffic Deaths Mfilvern. Ark.-'/?'-The city of Malvern has not had a traffic fatality for more than fiv* years-- nnd is soinp to fet official rec- ncmtion of the fart. State Police Director Herman I.mdsry \ v j l l present n plaque and rit,ition altrstmK that 1!)M passed without ;i t r a f f i c death ^irre. Th« iTremony has been *et for July 1. Thr city h?s recrivM jtlmiUr awards 'or the previous yettl covered In the five-year ftcord. Th. WtctlMr Arkansas - Pirtly (toMr _.. warm this ifMrnoea, tanl|M a' lornorrow. * 5

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