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PAGES TODAY 16 lead by ovtr 25,000 Daily IOCAL FOMCAST -- fh 1 To fi.'i tl * In* : 0.1. sun The Public Infer*** If The Finf Concern Of This Newspaper VOLUME 90, NUMBER 269 Anociatod Pratt Lcaxd Win FAYEHEVIUE, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, 1952 AP, King and NEA Faaturn nd vicinity parL'v a'frred shower* !o- rnn l mu*(J mild ?aln- .-rippr»!.re yei!nrday n today 72 Sunrise PRICE FIVI CENTS Truman Stays Out Of Taft-Eisenhower Row To Attend Part Oi Convention, Not As Nominee Sees Democratic Win; No Comment On Steel Strike ,, ljn T , Peace And Security Mam Held By Taft . c ,,. ; in South Dakota Issues, oays tisenliower Fence Splits Koje | Prisoner Compound Eisenhower Backers ' *" " Refuse TO concede Hostages Released, Investigation Promised Prisoners Until Final Count Rioux Falls. S. n.-(.T)-Srn. Roh- Operation Losses Only 54 Millions Koje Island, Korea -(A*)- Tank- led Allied i n f a n t r y m e n and engineers split one of Koje I s l a n d ' s big prisoner compounds in h a l f with a tough barbed wire fence today as 3,.140 jeering Communist c i v i l i a n internees stood by c h a n t - ert A. T a f t of Ohio today held 591-vote lead over Gen. D w i g h t D. Eisenhower in South Dakota's Republican p r i m a r y w i t h only 16 precincts missing. A l t h o u g h T a f t supporters c l a i m j ses victory, fnrm?r Gov. George T. Raleigh. N. C.-iJ'i-TpnMon s t i l l hung over C e n t r a l Prison today I olio wing an uprising yesterday ii. \vhich J o O i n m a t r s held 10 prison employes as hostages w h i l e b a r g a i n i n g for prison reform. The rebellious prisoners won prom- from prison o f f i c i a l s t h a t Guard Capt. \V. G. Meadows w o u l d t h e y nctl i n t o t h e i r c o m p l a i n t s were server! b,i:i food j. m . : .For almost fix hours y c s l c r r l - i v . r \ m ( · . · i t h e hit; pnsnn. '.vhich houses i i l v m : t l cm in BOO roMV:clr.. w a s l i k e n powder They d i - t n keg ready lo be touched o f f . The and Cn.'nr uprising was the f i f t h u n l r n t i n - .-KIM ;md ; h " ' ! i ! ^ ^ K rjrlent lo mnnlh. hit i h e pri A g u a r d nn within tn i ' ! v M t h r e e J.MJ.I Ii f m e . v r . r i ;m' e n i ' I u : l r : . i l i d-.l r.i ni: w i t h A l l e n h l - c c t n i W . i l t r r A n r l c r - · u H i n e ' l t h e i r KMIM-SIU e$ WashinKton-/rVPrcsident Truman said today he w i l l attend the Democratic nalional c o n v e n t i o n after it has chosen its presidential nominee-- nnd he will not be that nominee. The president added he'd like to attend the whole Chicago convention but won't do so because his presence might create a disturbance. Truman was told at his news conference some Republicans have said he is engaped- in a "devious plot" to pet the nomination for himself. This he denied and said such charges usually originate in \varped minds. Of yesterday's statement by Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower t h a t the Democrats h a v e been in power tuo long, Truman replied it is up to the people to deride that. He declined f u r t h e r comment on Eisenhower's o p e n i n g campaign speech, saying ho is not at all interested in the Republican pre- convcntion rare. Likewise, T r u m a n declined to get into the controversy between Eisenhower and Sen. Robert A. Taft over Eisenhower's air power views. He said w i t h a grin that the GOP's quarrels please him very much but he's not going to get mixed up in them. Silent On Court Ruling On other matters today, Truman said: 1. He does not plan to send Congress any legislation dealing with the steel strike, and he won't comment on the possibility of-invoking the T a f t - H a r t l c y act. 2. He has no comment, and never will have a comment, m the Supreme Court's ruling that his seizure of the steel industry was jllepal. 3. Ke doesn't expect war lo break out in Europe tbi.s summer. If he did, the president said, he wouldn't let his daughter M a r - garet and a friend po through with 1heir njopo^ed European tour in the summer. 4. The Democratic party surmounted d i f f i c u l t i e s in 1948 and he expects it will do so again. This ·was in reply to a newsman who asked if he thought the victory of Republican Senator Knowland in California's Republican and Democratic primaries meant the people of C a l i f o r n i a are against the administration's foreign policy. To SM Kefauver Truman's surprise arrepiancp of an invitation to weekend in New England with J. Howard .McGrath. stirred political speculation. So did his agreement to t a l k over t h e party outlook this afternoon w i t h Sen. Estcs Kcfauvor, a leaoins contender for the Democratic presidential n o m i n a t i o n . The president said there is no political i m p l i c a t i o n in his forthcoming weekend w i t h McGrnth. who plummeted out of his cabinet two months ago in a top-level row over the corrupt ion-in-government investigation. As for Kefauver, for whose candidacy' he has shown no enthusiasm, the president paid be d i d n ' t know w h a t the senator wanted to t a l k lo him abnut. He snid Kefauver has. the right to t e l l him w h a t e v e r he wants to. the .same as any other Bonator or any other citizen. Truman reprMed t h a t he means to be n e u t r a l in the Democratic nomination f i g h t . Rut, he declared again he has the same right as any American to express n preference. The Weather A r k a n s a s - - T h u n d e r s t o r m s t h i F n f l e r n n o n n n d in the cast and south portions t o n i g h t . Tomorrow p a r t - ly cloudy; no i m p o r l r n t temperature changes. Hunt's has t h e r;r;ht g i f t for y n t i r grrirhiate. ( A ' i . 1 . ) enos J u n e 30. were $54,075,000. This compared with $276.000.000 for the corresponding period last \Vashington-(/P) - Government ·* losses from f a r m price support op- «r Rcd hymns. There wns no erations are running only about V1 °l cnce a f i f t h of what they were a rear Erection of the fence w i t h i n ago. the Agriculture Department compound 60, was ordered by reported lodav. £"* Cen " " aydon Bnatncr. be ' - - Koje comniander. as the first step in splitting 17 big compounds i n f o ?maller camps for the island's 80,000 POWs. The h e a v i 1 y-armetl troops marched into the compound short- j ly before Boatner issued a M.V.e- ! n*.cnt acknowledging t h a t rations have been w i t h h e l d from three . compornrir. nn separate days. I There hnve been reports t h a t | food rations vere reduced to on-, force discipline among u n r u l y '. prisoners. Boatner said this vas I not the case- Washington -i/Pj- The House 1 " At no t i m c liave Wf) wilhhcld passed todav a compromise ap- r a l l o n f ; a? a ^'^pon to obtain propriation "bill p u t t i n g up t h e n ^ience to any order, nor have, money to meet overdue payrolls ' W ( ' t h r e a t P n * d t o do sn - ^ said, of about 500.000 postal workers.! Boatner visited compound 607 The h i l l , passed bv voice vote, j f o r a few i"ini:tes as engineers i n o v / goes tn the Senate where it : b u l l t ^ e b ? r - iec1u w ' re fence -. » ' i s expected to he approved ! v:as oelieved to be the first time . p r o m p t l y and sent to President he has entered a compound rinre Truman ! bcc " anie ^ n e i s l a n d s 16th com- Paraage followed refusal nf the niander less t h a n a m o n t h "' House to e l i m i n a t e Senate-voted money to build two detention camps on t h e Mexican border to house i l l e g a l Mexican worker?, to ! f i n a n c e return of these workers to Mexico, and to employ a d d i t i o n a l immigration officers on thc border. Overdue Payroll Measure Passed to concede pond ins the 1 n f f i c h l c n n n t of ballots Saturday by I h e county canvassing boards. Fourteen delegates arc nt r-take. ; The returns w i t h the 10 precincts missing gave: . T a f t 64,700. : Eisenhower 64.109. Results in at least f i v e of the missing precincts will not he known u n t i l the o f f i c i a l count v . canvass Saturday. The election : judges sealed the duplicate polling books of four precincts in Perkins : County. Thrre the two candidates · were r u n n i n g neck-and-h?ck. Another poll book was sealed w i t h the ballots in a Bronkings C o u n t y precinct--n c o u n t y which rcRi?- tered heavily for T a f t . Tafl supporters wirly Wednesday claimed a victory a f t ? r I h p i r pending an invest i- slabbed .Sunday g.ition of prisoners' charges he earlier s t a b b i n c s involved p i i s n n - mistreateri them. crs An i n v e s t i g a t i o n also was p l a n - W a r d e n Hubert A A l t o n f.;tid t h " At '! - ' f t p. m., Ihe h" -In y rnrm promise. lie had m K l r e a t e d pri'. . Mirkelson contended I h n n a r r o w · T a f t marein s t i l l l e f t the T a f t win ! Communist press threatened a f u r ' Reds Again Ban ii. S. Travel On Roadway, Abduct Women Portable Iron Lung Rushed To Rogers To Help Save Boy's Life \ Rerlin-(/P;-The East-West t u g » of war in R e d - r i n g e d B e r l i n con- t i n u e d u n a b a t e d today a f t e r a n i g h t of f r o n t i e r k i d n a p i n g s an-l : shootings. ; The R u s s i a n s slapped ba-k t h e i r ban on A m e r i c a n patrols o p e r a t i n g . · lln t o " "' and the ' l n c r t i g h t e n i n g nf Ihe Red squee7.e c '*. v - Arkansas Delegation To See Eisenhower in doubt, ai-.cl because 5 nf thr rloso- npss nf lh". rare t h a t it was Eisenhnwcr victnry in a T a f t The Red pnporp spoko ominously ; slrnnjjhold. even if the Ohioan did of "dirert hlowr." pnll four to five hundred more West Berlin pnhre increased vt) ^?- protective measures alone the' · M i r k e j o n re-fused lo ray whcthor · perilous f r o n ii c r areas horde-ring TMt«TVprlTMrv' ^"hS "n " [he surrounding Russian ,nne a f t e r l^^^r^^^S^^^^^ ! state. ' The race was (he tinniest in South Dakota since IMfi when former C.ov. Alf M. Landon of Kansas won the presidential pri- . Abilene, Kan.-f^P)-A delegation of Arkansans, headed by Repuh- ! lican Gubernatorial Candidate Jeff ; Speck, is in Abilene tn confer jv.'ith Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. [The general is to talk v.'ith the 1 delegation today. Eisenhower's headquarters refused to identify the other A r k a n s a s representatives, b u t s a i d Kpeck, a planter from Frcnch- McAlestcr, Okla.-fTPl - Whom TM n ^ Bayou ' was the -'Pokcsman _ , , J _.,, ,._ , 10! the gro'ip. Police Wonder How To Report These Thefts mary over Sen. W i l l i a m E. Borah I nf Idaho by 257 votes. '. Ciliei Go Eiienhower : Eisenhower's vote getting power in the sparsely settled ranch areas , in the "short grass" country west | of the Missouri River surprised! those predicting the election man Communist police. The Westerners doubled to 200 Ihe number of alarm boxes scattered along the perimeter for use in s u m m o n i n g police. In the British sector, British The Fttyetteville HIT n ^ n a r M mcnl rushed one of i t s f.vo p o r t a b l e i r n n lungs tn Rogers h?t ' night and may h a v e saved the l i f e of a seven-year-old polio v i c t i m . ' Robert Pomeroy, grand:-on of Mr. and Mrs. Ola M a r s h a l l of Rentonville. v.-as remm ed from Rogers Memorial H o s p i t a l lo a , t.ittle Rock hospital t h i s mornim; !);· ambiilance, s t i l l in t:ie portable lung, vhich operates from · a b a t t e r y as v.'vll ns from electrical current . The child was c r i t i c a l l y s t r i c k en late y e s t e r d ;i y vhcn IHI OMHVH i. troops and German police c o n t i n - ued their "anybody nut but nobody : Paralyzed. Physicians applied a r l i - f i r i a ] reipiration lo keep him ali This m o r n i n g t h e rear wheels of a bus F l i p p e d off the h i g h v - n v in South SprinRd.ilr* and caused cnnr.ideranle e x c i t e m e n t ;i i:i o n g m o t o r i s t s t r a v e l my the h i g h - v n y his respiratory rnurcles b'-carr.e. v:ho were waved part (he scene by police. Tiir driver;; riirip.'i jtet a*i o p p o r t u n i t y to .stop and see The supporters of Ike srid'that docs a policeman call for h e l p , Th when something is s t o l e n ? McAl- ' " t n r e p r ' t ·· ester cops are beginning to won- fiales , n thfi Rep./hn.an'Natio'nal er ; ,. . , Convention \vcre on h a n d . Seven A police cru.ser was stolen yes- ,,, Arfemsas' 11 rielosates to f,e terday a few steps from the police convention support tbe candidacy station. It was found several h o u r s . of Sen R 0 b ert A Tap of O h i o l a t e r abandoned five miles north- Three are for Eisenhower and thc west of the city. nth , s uncommitted. .Just a l i t t l e more t h a n a month in" sieRe of Russian-operated Radio Berlin into thc third day. | until Fire Chief R u r l Skelton nnd The radio, staffed by German : a F a y n l t e v i l l e physician rushed the Communists and guarded by 20 nortahle l u n g from Fayettovillc tn ; turns. "Me also made bij! Rains in ' Red A r m y tommy-Runnern stayed i Roeers. . . I t!is citips. especially in Aberdeen : on the air, broadcasting it.i cus- I Stale Police ronvoyptl (hi- C a i l i - , thc ivcieht and permit * t a l j n n at i and Sioux Falls, where he had ! lomary anti-Western diatribes. | son-Torler a m h u l a n c ! daily newspaper endorsement. | Red Army guards turned back , child to L i t t l e Rock. : The retired general also owed patrols at hoth ends of the Berlin ' ~" i much of his showing to the Black super highv/ays, nne nf Ihe c i t y ' s | Hills cities of R a p i d City and Lead.] principal lifelines lo the west. : Predictions gave him only a slight other t r a f f i c was normal, hnv:- odRe there. He polled about 63 :;umi''l t h p i c had been a hu.i v.re:-k. C ' h i f f W a y n e ll:,rlei, of the Spriniidalc pvilce, and . . , thc ivcie ,. j son-Torler a m b u l a n c e c a r r y i n g Ihe , Kpringdnlr reported Ihe wheels of "·" J ' " ' a C o n t i n e n t a l bus slipped off t h o pavement, h u t t h a t n o t h i n g more per cent of the vote. TM . , ,, . ... Taffs larccst majorities c a m e : . T " BRr ,: ha , 1PP / I'TM*" *?,'",* in Hutchinson County where he tn t h e ' i l v l r i % d c ". v "'"""·Ipd In polled 78 per cent. The G e r m a n - gunplay at least twice yesterday. Finder Wonders ! If He's Keeper serious ocrtirrcfl. -- ----ago a bold burgler entered Police ' r _ . . , | J i j A| T tljUollZallOn Ul I3X Tfl Little Rork-W)-The Arkansas M u n i c i p a l League w i l l attempt to obtain equalization of state gasoline tax turnbacks between cities and counties at the 1953 General Assembly, says Glenn G. Zimmer- Chief Roy Anders 1 home while h e ' was at church and stole his pistol, j Headquarters had no comment. Wanger Begins Serving Term For Shooting Lang Los Anceles-f^Pl-Producer Wai: , _ _ _ _ let Wanger has begun sen-ing a i man, executive director nf the f o u r - m o n t h sentence for the jeal- j league. Z i m m e r m a n said A r k a n - ousy shootinc of Jennings L a n g , ; sas counties received a turnback agent for his screen star v.-ife. of between f i v e and six m i l l i o n Joan Bennett. dollars last year., w h i l e the cities G r i m and tight-lipped, t h e : only received $37.i,0()fl. moviemaker. 57. surrendered last I Zimmerman charged that resin i c h t at county j a i l . He and Miss ; dents of Arkansas cities a i e pay- BcniK'tt have been estranged since ing fin per cent nf the gasoline the shooting last December 13. i taxes and receiving less than one Wanner was convicted of shoot- . per cent of the t u r n h a c k . Me also inc Lang in the groin in a Bever- pointed out t h a t 2fi per cent of the ly Hills p a r k i n g Int. He accused ' travel in thc s l a t e is on c i l v streets, the .-inent, now recnvcrcd, of steal- against IS per cent on c n u n t y ing his wife's love. roads. Newport Hot, With 98 Easier Voting By Degrees Recorded Servicemen Approved Russian M e n n r m i l e s of t h n t area a p p a r e n t l y liked his avowed s t a n d A U. S. m i l i t a r y policeman, Pvt. W i l f r e d R. Chenevert of N o r t h aKainst universal m i l i t a r y t r a i n - : Grafton, Mass., was seared on thc ,., I ing. Some of them are conscion- left leg by a bullet fired by an in negotiable bonds tiou^ objectors. j jr ast German border guard a^ I h e -- - . Kefauver nasy Winner } American turned his Jeep around ! Sen. Lslcs K r f a u v r r of Tonn p a r t n p f r o n ii P r . , ncssoe easilv v;on t h e eight South . n,, c · n e Mi« c ic f v H i. ^m ; Dakota Democratic dclngrntes H i s 1 , ""^'an snmiers aisn i rrn . . a r n , supporter, polled bettor t h a n fifi '"« ^ '" " Iff " I r ln , ^T " per cent of tho nearly 33,nnn votes . r t a i ! of Wcst n p r l m P ohrc f r o m in the Democratic 'primary. His a disputed cemetery on the French opposition was an uninstructcd sector border, slate, headed hy s t a t e C h a i r m a n I ~ "" · Ed Downs and National Commit' teeman Lewis A. R i c k n e l l . Kefauvrr and his a t t r a c t i v e wife. Nancy, campaigned in ihe state tbe f i n a l three day5. before the p r i m a r y . Mr?. K e f a u v e r also had made previous appearances in South Dakota. l l i o n , N. Y . - i f l V R a y m n n d Ch;id- v.'ii-k was c l e a n i n g t h e c h i m n e y of his ne'"ly purchased hoi^e when he found a p p r o x i m a t e l y 520,000 f i n hnx. Nov.- he's t r y i n g to learn who gets the w i n d f a l l -- h e or t h e est a t e nf the former owner of t h e from the estate of John C. Kelleher. who died last year. Daniel Kcllehcr of L i t t l e Falls, a d m i n i - strator of his father's estate, had no comment. The CAA r o r i m u n i c a t i o n s sU- tion ;it Drake Kie'd In-M merit v/ris in receipt of t w o r.r: err s l f i n i v/;imiriEs from iSe 1,'mted St;it«'p Wosthf-r r i u r e a u . A w n r n - iiin nf v.- i n d;; r.nd h r t i l and a |)0j.:;iblo t o i M ^ f l i ! w.is i:-.iied. nnd afiam t h i ? m o r n i n y a s I .-u I a r \ v n r n i n K "ent out over t h e Weather R-ire.-'ij'r, r n m i n u n i c . ' i t i o n system A l l t.he wanunK:.- ir.eluded N o r t h w e r t Arkansas ^"ai Export Of Steel Under Strict Controls The Rev. J. T. Handle, Ex-Rogers Pastor, Dies Fort Smithian Named Boys Stale Governor L i t t l e Rnrk-fyi'i-The thermometer rpRistered 9R decrees yesterday at Newport, \vhich vas the hottest spot in the State. W a l . i u t R i t i K o a n d Morn! ton had 95-de- R'.'Of re.^dincs. The Newport m a r k was the highest of the year in Cold Bars Found P.Cineorn R u r n i a -'.-?»- Police searrhinc a Chinese sht.p here t n day t u r n e d up l.L'.Tfl gold bars v a l u e d at SfiOO.OCin. H was believed Ihe horde had been smujj- t,lfd nut nf C h i n a . , Washington -'/Ti- T h e Senate Rules Committee today approved legislation designed t n m a k e ah- sentee voting by servicemen easier in t h i s year's e l e c t i o n . It recommends t h a t ?ta1e-- n-hirh do not h a v e a d e q u a t e absentee j voting a r r a n g e m e n t s at present ac- 1 rept the federal postcard a p p l i c a - t i o n for r e g i s t r a t i o n and for absentee ballots. It aUo c a l l s on t h e I, 1 , S. a t - torney general to co-operate w i t h the Council of State Governments i n d r a f t i n g improved legislation for sen'icemen's, v o t i n g . Army Issues (all For 29,000 In August W.'ishinjjton-'/Pj-Tht* A r m y to- ffay issued a d r a f t call for 29/ino men in A i i R ' . i F l . The M a r i n e Corns, A i i Force a n r j X;,vy do not p l a n any r l r a f l c.'dls t h a t " r.ionth. The A u g u s t q u o t a raises to HSri.430 the t n t a l of men d r a f t e d h\ all services since September. I!*riO The A r m y got f)02.000 of these, the M a r i n e s 81.430. Federal C o U f t M a r i n n n a , A r k . -Wi- The Rev. .Titmes T. Randle, 49, died t o d a y . o f a h e a r t attack. Mr. Handle, a ' n a t i v e of Memphis, was pastor of of the 1 2 t h a n n u a l Ho; I t h e First Methodist Church at i M a r i a n n a , corning here from Rog: ers. He also had held pastorate* in R^tesville and Clarendon. He came from a long line of Methodic, m i n i s t e r s m A r k a n s a s , t h e f i r ? 1 settling in A r k a n s a s in 179:'. The wido-v anri two snp« s u r v i v e . F u n e r a l arrangements are incomplete. L i t t l e Rnrk-rTrVDavid R a i l e v of Fon S m i t h was elected f S t a t e en campment at Csmp Robinson today Heading thc N a t i o n a l i s t parly ticket. R a i l e y defeated F.ugoiT 1 Henderson of F a y r t t e v i H e . r;,ndi- d a t e o' the Fedora MM p a r t y . The N a t i o n a l i s t p a r t y , m a nr.ir l a n d s l i d e , c a p t u r e d a l l o f f i c e s b u t I hat of a t t o r n e y genera! nnd U n d Washington-Wi-The government today h a l t e d the export of a l l . c *eel m i l l p r o d u c t s except tho.' e "esrentinl !o dirert m i l i t a r y p r d u r t i n n nf the U n i t e d St.ites nr f r i e n d l y rountnes, or cssenUal direct d e f e n s e - F i i p i i o r t i n g industries." | Thf 1 .t( t i f i n v/a." t a k e n h\ t h e Cnrnrncrce Pep;irtmerit hf"a'.je of t h e = ' n k f w n i r h hris r u t o f f prod u c t i o n hy the nn'.ion'"- steel m i l l ? . It follow an e-nh-'irco a l r e a d y p ' - t f f H nn "Tirehoti*!o d^livene 1 : of stee! 'n ) ' S. producers of con- cfimmssjoner Federalists which went to t h r - Morrilton To Vote On I Keeping Parking Meters Pope ReMimr* Audlrnr^x V a t i c a n ("ity-i/Pi-Pnpe Pius, app a r e n t l y considerahlv improved in h e a l t h , resumed hi? special and p r i v a t e audiences today. Atomlr Blast Seen I,as Vegas. Nev -'^i-The r!( a l o m i c blast nf the r p r m g «f f l n ^ t i f d actr.ss f h r Southern vada sky before d r a w n 1nd?ty. M o r n l t o n . Arl-:. -i.-Vi- A f p e c j i ( e ; e c ' i o n w i l l hr- held c.fre .I:,;y ; r e m a i n in NUnTj!to,i 7 h e »ic;er; "·err- put i r i t r , oper;i'.ion ,f;iru;,ry 1 By PartlCS Extension Of Defense Production Act Before Senate Washinfiton-i/TVSen.ite administration forces, f i g h t i n g off move.*; to s ti s p e n d the cnvernment's u-nge-price c o n t r o l program, nought t o d a y lo e r m s n l i d a t e t h e i r virlories .inn b r i n g t h e measure tn M vote. At issue \ \ . i v a bill to Extend Ihc defense p r " - n i i r t i n n act, which provides tho A u t h o r i t y for th* government'. 1 ! \vho]e program of *ronnmie controls. Ineludinj? Ihnpp on rent nnd c r e d i t . In a 1 2 ' ^ - h o u r *.essinn yrslrrrtay Ih" Senate: * V Rnjorlrd .17 to 22 an n i n r n d - · ment hy Senator C a p e h a r t f R I n d ) to suspend hoth price and wage r r i n t r o l s u n t i l the cnet of liv- , ing index rose t h r e e points, from 1RR to 191. or Congress declared war. 2. Defeated 40 tn 2!) ;m a m e n d - nirnt b y S e n a t c - r l l n k s e n ( H - l l l ) to t.ik' 1 p r i c e ceilings off all frwwl item.«; »nd a g r i c u l t u r a l commodities. 3. Adopted, hy * whopping voiee-vote mnrijin. K measure to knock price controls off potatoes ; and fnrhid the p l a c i n g of price r r i l i n r r nn a n y other fresh f r u i t , or vegetable. 4. Shouted down an amenrlmor.1 proposed hy Senator Schoeppel ( R - K a n ) t n provide bigger p r o f i t m a r g i n s fnr m i l k processors and dislributnr*.. The m a i n reverse for t h e ad- m i n i s t r a t i o n f n r c e s oinie in adnp- linn of an :imendment In p e r m i t p r i v a t e business in t h i s c o u n t r y to hid n g n i n s t t h e government in the i n t e r n a t i o n a l m a r k e t s for srarrr and rationed metals and other r a w m a t e r i a l s . The purchased mat e r i a l s would be exempt from price controls. The Senate ,iK \ M e d l/i e x t e n d rent r n n t r n l s until f l a r r h I, 1D.S3. A Fednrfil Court ca«e \vhi~h opened hrre Mnr.day m o r n i n g h a ^ been settled hy the p a r t i e s In the rase, being heard bv Judge John F.. Miller of Fort S m i t h , the Southwest Limestone Company nf NV- nsho. M o , sought j u d g m e n t for $21,457 a g a i n s t the O / ^ r k Poultry and F',gg company of Springdale. Lester Lir.dley, C l a u d i n e Lindley and F. M. Lindley. U n d e r t h e s e t t l e m e n t agreement F. M. I . i n d l e v w;\ f to p.-iy off a S H i . f i f i t i p r o m i ^ s n i v n'.te owed t h e p l a i n t i f f plu.s I n t e r e s t . A l l other c l a i m s and c o m p l a i n t s were dismissed. Poulfry Morket -- Thf p o u l t r j mtrket todny n reported hy the U n l v f r s l l y of Arkansas I n j l i t u t c of Science «nd TechnoloRv and thc Dairy and Poullry Market Newi Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. NorlhwcM A r k a n s a s m a r k e t steady; demand good; s u p p l i e s generally fldeo,tiftte in a l l pnmls. Prices at the f n r m , r r p n r t e d up to 2 p. m t o d d y : broilers or fryers, n i l w p i g h i s . ; 4 « lo 5.24 pounds, 2S Two r i d i n g r l u l i fjupent of M n i i h v p u t A r k » n « » to 2fl cents, mostly 2.1 centf. ; Kprmgdale R i d m f f l u h , onrt Mlm Rhari" Two Riding Club Queens Named \ flhni lelt in l i e h i m v i l l f H i d i n g \\-^ . Mi« .Imrt C l u b fpieefv. Pnry, H'teen of thf 111 Work Hard For Nomination, He Declares Takes Stands On Questions Of Day At Conference A h i l e n o , K - i n - f / P i - G e n . Du/igfct II F,irf nhmi/er chared his personal d r j v e f n r t h e R e n u b l i c a n president i a l f mm inn t inn tn the. assert i o n tnrl.iv t h a t the top political ip- MICS are "renl poace and security in t h e v.'nrM." Thr m i l l i n g five-y;tar general, n t t i r e d in a gray s u i t , told a erowde^ n^w- conference in ,1 movi-* t h e a t e r t h a t when ho puts his hn-rl to t h « plow--OK ho Ins ; to seek t h " GOP n o m i n a t i o n -- h e works n? hard as he ran, I He answered nunv nf the touchy j nnlMir.il questions nf the day, thus : a c c e p t i n g thf rhillenite of his · politic-it opponent who hnd crit- · in;:ed h i s p r f i v i n u s silence while, in u n i f o r m A m r m t z other t h i n g s . Eisenhower said on foreign policy -: 1. The c o u n t r y must, be helped out from under the present "umbrella of fear and doubt and hysteria." I 2. Me has no political eonnec- · lions w i t h the Democratic administration anrl is free to criticize Its foreign policies, hut If we let Europe f a l l we will h a v e "back-break- ins responsibilities" and be in " n n t i o n n l danger." · 3. It would he "very dangerous tn a t t e m p t to extend the Korean . war nt t h i s moment, u n t i l we have hnd a hijrprer buildup of our own.'* 4. The Truman administration imiM share, in the responsibility for the " i n t e r n a t i o n a l disaster of , t h e f i r s t magnitude" in thc (all of ; China to the Communists. To Vrwik out Frankly Declaring he intends to "speak nut S'i f r a n k l v ns [ know how," Eisenhower hnd t h r s p things to say about dome.'-tir issues; 1. He helieves the states, rather t h a n t h e federal government should h a n d l e the issue of Fair Km ploy ment I*rtcticos Commissions. 2. The Mates can h a n d l e education problems h o t t e r t h a n the fed- era! government anri he is against p a y i n g money mto the federal treasury t h a t jim goes back to the 3 A g r i c u l t u r e must have a .«ound price f o u n d a t i o n , but he is not prepared at this time to say just w h a t price supports are nec- es; .'try. 4. He is against "socialization of medicine." .V Tf the 5*. Lawrence River Seaway is .in economic necessity -- t h e n it i? i n e v i t a b l e that it v»H he r n n r t r u r t r » r i . He said there seemed no d i s p u t e about the power phase of the project, but th* controversy was over its economic R. On labor taws. Eisenhower said "ve c.-m not m a k e legislation, t h a t compete people to work. That is regimentation." He said some nth^r mr.ms mu*t be found to brine about u n d e r s t a n d i n g m this f i e l d COM To tt'orU Kir.enh--.vrr imdc it plain t h a t now hf has t a k e n off his uniform apri is c a m p a i g n i n g for the Re- pu!-i)i i ";in n n r n m a t j o n , he is going tn work at the job. His present plan-; i n r l u d e reception of Repub- l i c a n m n v e n l m n delegates and speeches in Detroit Saturday. He paid he riin-n't know anything about "bribery" charges made in connection w i t h the payment ol expense* of delegates to see him. On t h e pnlitic.il f r o n t , Eiscn- hn-.'-er s.ivi* '.hrse answers to sorr.e ! He supports in principle a K f b n n r v fi. 1050, declaration by Rep'jMicnn r ('.ember* of Conarefs w h i c h wa h i g h l y critical of the T i n m ; i r i arl m i n i s t r a t i o n ' s policies. 2 He h.vln't "the slightest idea" w h e t h e r he can defeat Sen. Robert A. T a f t of Ohio for the Republican n o m i n a t i o n nt the July Chl- c.icn c n n v i ' n i i n n 3. He w i l l -support the party t i c k e t , even if he doesn't get tho n o m i n a t i o n , always assuming that ;h? p l a t f o r m will go back to the p r i n c i p l e s nf th** February 6. 1950, d e c l a r a t i o n . 4. He has high a d m i r a t i o n for Gen. Douglas Mac A r t h u r and would consult him about Far Eastern policies if elected. ."i He refused to discus personalities when asked if he would s i i p p n i t Son. .Joseph McCarthy i R - W'i« m t h e h t t e i ' s bid for renom- ln.it i n n . Eisenhower mid he b*- fluenre from government but "I behove It r»n be done without besmirching the reputation Of AAV Inr.ocffit man." i fi He h« given n* thought to canine! appointment In his 43-mlnuU CONTWUED 0

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