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10 PAGES TODAY Read by over 25,000 Daily J^ortirjtoest Ctmetf LOCAL FOHCAST-- p-irti'y clou-Sy ami T/ie fublic /nfereif Is The F»nf Concern Of Tfc/s Newspaper VOLUME 90, NUMBER 270 Auociatod Prnt Ln»d Win FAYETTEVIILE, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 6, 1952 State Police In Louisiana Break Prison Rebellion Ringleaders Seized After Tear Gas Is Fired Into Barracks .Baton Rouge, La. -(/Pi- Slate . .roopers broke up a sit-down strike i of 200 Negro convicts at Louis- ' iana's state penitentiary today, firing three gas shells into their c a m p barracks and seizing 42 ringleaders. Col. Francis Grevem- i berg, State Police superintendent, j said troopers radioed him from the Frisnn at Angola, about 70 miles northwest of here, the other con: virts involved had surrendered and returr.eS to their f a r m work. 'The situation is back to normal," Grovemberg said, three and a half hours a f t e r the prisoners rebelled. I The ringleaders were placed in a t e p a r a t e b u i l d i n g . Angola is an 18,000-acre system of several prison camps. P r i s o n Superintendent D. D. B'.zer radioed for S t a l e Police help when Negro prisoners in Camp "I" refused to leave their barracks anil made several demands for better living facilities. Eight state troopers were srnt to Angola. When Bazcr radioed Slate Police for help, he said the prisoners demanded: I 1. Better food. ; 2. Better b a t h i n g and toilet fa- ' cilities. ' 3. More irrquent change of prison garments. The Louisiana legislature has under consideration bills t h a t v;ould provide more t h a n 52.nun,- 000 for improvements at Angola. AP, King and NEA Features They'll Attend Girls State PRICE FIVE CINTS Six of the seven Faypftcville High School juniors who will attend Girls Stale next week at Camp Robinson pose for the photographer. Front and center is N a n c y Skelton. On the second row, left to right, are Patricia Anderson, Caroline Stevenson, and Carolyn Dunlavy. On the hack row are Merna Robertson, left, and Carolynn Dunlap. Absent when the picture was made was Nancy Chamblee. The event, sponsored by American Lesion Auxiliary as citizenship training, begins Sunday at 2 p. m. and lasts a l l week. Mrs. Ruby Lollar is chairman of the local A u x i l i a r y Girls State Committee. (Puska TIMESFOTO) Some Changes In City State Taxes Street Names To Be Suggested To Council Always In Class, Never Laie In 19 Years ^ Made By The Planning Commission Baccalaureate Services, Commencement Grenade Fails TO K i 11 H e ro Program At U.A. Scheduled In Stadium Buddies- W i t h 4")t!) Division, Korea-(/Pj -An Army private who f e l l on an exploding Chinese grenade to save three buddies from death or i n j u r y sufferer! only in i n o r bruises, t h a n k s to one of t h e ' Army's new nylon vests. I Pfc. Emile Finard said the ex- , plosion l i f t e d him off the ground I and knocked him unconscious. A i three-inch piece- of steel ripped · · into the vest and crumpled both , of his dfig tags. But the vest v:as- ' n't punctured and Pinard was not h u r t . i Eisenhowers Leave Abilene For New York Abilene, Kan.-f/Pi-Gen. Dwipht D. Eisenhower left for New York today, prepared to step up his 'camp?, -n for the Republican presidential nomination. Before leaving his boyhood hometown of Abilene, where he made his first 01 it-nf-uniform speech and hold his first news conference opened to political questions, the general slipped away fnr a quiet visit to his old home and the creamery v-here he once worked. He s t r o l l ed over the ground? nnd t h r n u c h the house where he spent his early years, and spent h a l f an hour t a k - ing snapshots of the grounds and home, now part'of the Eisenhower Memorial Museum. The Eisenhowers were tn change 'o a plane nt Kansas City and reach New York tonight. Baccalaureate service.? \viM lie this afternoon at the University S t a d i u m , bee inning w i t h a carol- Ionic bell? recital by Kenneth Op- borne, from 4:30 to 5 o'clock. The processional and recession-, al will be played by the University Band under the direction of K. J. Marty. Following the .prores- sional at 5 o'clock. Chaplain W. S. p Grepson w i l l give a prayer, to be followed hy the University a cap- pel fa choir sinsing twn compositions in Latin and English, conducted by Herrold E. Headley. i : Kefauver Says . President Not Opposing Him \\'ashingtan-f/Pi-Sen. Kstes Ke- fauvcr saw President T r u m a n yesterday and came away with the expressed opinion that Truman is not a party to any stop-Kefauvcr movement. The lending contender for the Democratic party's presidential n o m i n a t i o n made this remark at the \ V h i t e liouse after he had a 35-minute meeting with the president. He snid he expects, and hope?, that Truman will stay ncu- I r n l as regards nomination aspir- a n t ? u n t i l a f t e r the J u l y 21 convention. But t h e n , he said, he would be very happy tn have the president campaign on his behalf. Hnmelto Headley will piny the accompaniment. The Rev. .lames J. McLnrney. O. I 1 ., of Somerset. Ohio, w i l l deliver the baccalaureate sermon, a f t e r which t h e Alma Mater w i l l he sung. The program w i l l be concluded w i t h the benediction and recessional. Commencement exercises w i l l be , held tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock in the U n i v e r s i t y S t a d i u m w i t h the address tn be jriven bv Dr. John Tyler Caldwell. In case nf rain, the programs will be held in the Field iJnnse. THi OftSEftVEft Driving innocently along from Casper. Wyn., to Cheyenne, W.yo., a few days ago, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G. Ward of Fayetteville were startled when two H i g h w a y Patrol cars took' t h e m m custody. They learned w i t h relief t h a t they were to be "guests of the week" nf tiie Cheyenne AAA Motor Ciub. The police crcnrted them irTn Cheyenne, where they appeared on a radio program and re."eh'e:l free lodging, ri inner, an orchid for Mrs. Wnrd and a l O - j r a l l n n hat for Mr. Ward. The Wards left here May D on a business t r i p tn .Vorth and South Dakota and M o n t a n a ar.d will return next week. Post Office Workers President Truman Off Get Their Pay Checks Tor Springfield, Mo. Pot O f f i c e employes pot (heir pav clipck? today at iho F a v p t t o - villn nffi!-p. after C o n c'r c F F whipport an appropriation bill throuch hn:h ' hnusos yeslorday and Prr?ir!mt Truman siRnod it A h m i t snn.nnn U.S. postal om- plnyps tlid not c^t their usual r h r r k s .Tunp 1 hrraiisn the Post O f f i r r nrp.nriment harl run out of sihry funris. Thp fiscal year's regular p a \ p i l l u as u?rd up r a r l v rernu?e nf a cer.ernl pay raise. This is the Ir^l m n n t h of the f j s - ral yrar. ' " A b n u f h;df thr mnney in t h o JU~I.342.fi41 appvnpria;ed ypptpr- ciay was for postal work done in May, Postmaster General Donaldson a i i t h o r i 7 r d pnomasters to re- sumr s:ilan- p.ivir,rr,!: i m m p f l i a t o - ly. Ivan M. Mayrs. .·i-M^ant pnM- mnster here, parsed out the lardy chpeks to loeal employes, Poulfry Market -- The p n u l t r j market today «» re- pnrted by t h e U n i \ o r « i t y of Arkansas I n s t i t u t e of Science und TechnoloRy nnd the Dairy and Poultry Market N'ews Service of the U. S, Department of Agriculture. Northwest A r k a n s a s m a r k f Meddy, demand good, supply r n- fraJly fidequate most points, I'rl- ees pair! f. o. b. f a r m u p t n 2 p . m . broilers or fryer? n i l u e i R h l s (2.fi5- .1 I h s ) 2,1-2(1, rno.Mly 2S. \\"ashinglon-(/P)-Presiden1 Truman left at 10:08 a.m. (CST) today for Springfield. Mo., to a t t e n d Ihf a n n u a l reunion of the 35th Division, ihe \\'nr!d War I unit in \vhirh he erved. The presidential p!f'iiP tool: off in rlrar, hot \\-rnthor for the t h r e e - h o u r f l i g h t . Mnrp' ret Truinrm the presi- d e n t ' s r l a u g h t e r , snw her f a t h e r o f f a: ihe a i r p o r t . Accompanied by his m i l i l n r y aides and liis press secretary, Joseph Short. T r u m a n looked forward to a pet -together with his · old buddies nf the 120th Field Artillery, u-h.- know him as "Crip- t a i n H n r r y . " VA Ready To Help Veterans Buy Autos WashinRton-'/Pi-The V e t e r a n p . ' A d m i n i s t r a t i o n is now ready to '· help blinded or crippled veterans ' o f World War I I nnd Korea buy , automobiles. It w i l l R i a n t each eligible man Sl.fiod. A law ap- provinc t h e g i a n t s w a s rnacted October 20, I f i M , 1)1)) not u n t i l last n i g h t , when President T r u m a n siRneri n s u p p l e m e n t a l n p p r o p r i a t i o n bill, did n n v money become available. It provides 25 m i l l i o n dollar. 1 ; for the cars. The Veterans A d m i n i s t r a t i o n had approved f.2ft7 a p p l i c a t i o n * n* of A p r i l 30 t h i s year. It said today 7.ROO veterans XT* eli^iblp. June appears likely to , c | jrpnr? Mr,v j n the n u m h e r of F a \ e t t e v i ! l e . a u t o m o b i l e arciricr.ts. T h i o i: g h ! yesterday, thr f i f t h day of Ihe mon'h, c i t y pnlirp had invest i- fiaterl 12 t r a f f i c amdents in w h i c h or.r person -- a pedestrian -- was i n j u r e d . Yesterday was t h e heavi- e. c i d a y . w i t h four mishaps ie- ported to polire. The f i r s t f o u r days of the m o n t h e,;rh saw 1-,vo wrecks. With the exceptinn of ih? arcident in v h i c h a ped(\ suffrrer) m i n o r i n j u r i e s , i t l i of ;hp wrerl-.s trr/dived ni leas: t » - - o \-eh i r f e s , and nnn jnvo;\-rd thr'-e. Tatl Says Chances For Nomination Improved r i n c i n n M i - ' / i V S o n . Rf,hcrl A T.i. f t of Ohio hr-!ic\f\s !n^ chriiicr-s f n r ihe n c n i j h l K T i n p r c i i r i f - n t ; n i nn:nin,-ilji.n ha n been i » i ; n , . r » l MMCC- flr-n Il-.-i:;ht I), l-iivcnlv.w- r-l speech ai A h i l e n e . K:in.. \Ved- nesd;,y. Tho ni-.;r, ri-n.-il.,i (iidn'i . elnhor.ilo. lint t h a t \ th(- ans-v.-or he R.-ive to n (|U ( .f1i(,n i.iil In h i m last n i R h t on ;, l a H . n hr",irira.:i of "Reporter's Ko:infljip." . The sc-natnr w,-is |iiosiinnrrl rinr- inc the l i i o n d t . - i s t liv .lr,.;eph S;i::- iihij-ler. .-i-yoci.-ite f f h t ' . r (,1 the Cm- cinn;iti Time.'-.-Si;n ; .Joseph (\;,\- rolsnn. r i n n n n a l i K i v i i i i i e r cn!- n m n i M . nnrl Il'ihert I. HIKIH. pol- i t i c a l w r i t e r f n r t h e I . o u i ' v i l l e Courier-Journal. % Pi^CUP^ion nf ricnera] K i ^ e n - howcr's speech a l - o tiroucht n s t a t e m e n t from T n t l I h a l he hno 1 'he impres'lon Ihe crnora! f i'-ors repeal of the T a f t - l l a r t t r y ,iri Hope Seen For Steel Peace Industry Leaders Study Proposals Washington - I/Pi - Government- rponsorcd peace t a l k s In the sled strike recessed today u n l i l noon to permit industry leader? to «tudv h a r c a i n i n R proposals. The four- hour delay was announced by Presidential Assistant John li. Steelman. who last niirht reported "real negotiations soinc on." The delay «- as requested by noard C h a i r m a n Ren Morrell of the .Tones and L a u c h l i n Steel Company, head of the manacc- ment n c e o t i a t i n e t e a m . R t e e l m a n said P h i l i p M u r r a y , head of the fiSn.Ofll) s t i i k i n c CIO United Steelworkers, readily agreed. There was some hope of an early settlement of the dispute. Explosion And Fire Fatal To Workman Tulsa, Okla.-(/Pi-George R a i l , 35. employe of thr Standard MaR- npsium Corporation, died last nifiht of burns suffered in an px- plosi-in and fire at the company's Sand Sprints Road plant yester- . day. A n o t h e r worker, Scqunrah Tucker. 28, of Leach, Okla.. was hospitalized w i t h critical burns. O. P. Johns. Si. also an employe, was treated for m i n o r burns and released from a hospital. 1 The t r i o was amone M workmen on o n l y when the f i r e broke out in an area whore tons of magnesium were stored. Bell Asks Rehearing On Higher Rate Proposal ,, I -";.' r , R n r k ' l/?1 - S o u t h w - M p r n Hell Telephone Company savs i h a l the Public- Service Commission acted "contrary I n s t a t e law" w h e n it ir-fused the firm's bond for a proposed 1.9 million dollar r a t e increase. The s t a t e m e n t , c o n t a i n e d In a P C ' i t inn for a r c h c a r i n c on tie r a t e proposal re(e,,er| to t h e PSC's order May 21 w h i c h said South- weslei,, p.. |1 had nn such oxpcn- '·MCO u n d e r a P^VIMIS 3.2 m i l l i o n dollar l a t e rai--e. ,-,,id t h e r e f o r e ···ould not f i l e a new inciease. Canvass To Settle South Dakota Primary Sioux Fallj. S. I) -/1',-An o f f i - c i a l r.-.nv;,^ S;.tmri.iy ' . - · ; ] ] rlp ,de who -.'-on the South OakMa pre.M- drnii;,] pinn;,ry arid 'he M a t e ' s M rMr-KatM* i, ( t h e X-ilion;il Kep u b l i c a n ('mi .fiitn.n. Wilh ; p \ « - n pipr-mrts Mi!! niis.s- m.'; from thr Tup-l.iy h;il]nimu. S f r , . ^ H . 1 | , f . , [ A. T.ifl t,\ Ohm hr-H ;i fi'W-vnlp [i:n yin nvf-r (', (· n. MwiHlit 0. r-:;pnh'.wr-i. Tho nn- " f f i r w l f o u n t fnr the 1 fM3 n- poitrrj district:. K.V.T T a f t fM,71f) votes. Ki«.pnho-p r M.llfi. I . a w t o n . Okl-t . f - 7 ' i - H u n t i n g Hone. 107-vcar-nld f o i n w I n d i a n smut fnr thr K S r i v a l r y , 15 r^- poricd t o r h v i ^ r n v p i me 'from a major operation at Fort SHI. Begins Campaign With Attacks On McMath Policies Paragould. Ark -f/TVChanrellor Francis Cherry f n r m n l l y opened his campaign for pnvrnmr last night and declared t h a t if he is elected he will nnt seek an increase in state taxes. The .Tonesboro judge spoke before a cheering, partisan crowd nn the lawn of thp Clrren Countv courthouse, u n d e r t h r e a t e n i n g : skies. His add rosy; was broadcast ! over .a 17-station state-wide radio hookup. In a departure from his prepared text, .Judge Cherry tnld the crowd ( h a t "I say to you t h a t I will take the black hand of political m a n i p u l a t i o n out of the handling of all state funds so t h a t our old npople, our welfare system, our school* and all other state f u n c - tions will be efficient and have increased funds." HP went on: "I can and I will do this not by increasing our present heavy burden of taxation; not by socking now sources of taxes; but by elimination of all waste, inefficiency and corruption in our state government." Auaili McMilh R*gim« ' Most of Judge Cherry's address ' was devoted tn criticizing the h a n d l i n g of various state functions --from highway building to pardons and paroles--by the aijmin- fUralion of Governor McMath. onp of Cherry's four opponents for tho Democratic nomination in this -.ummer's primary. "Thp recent H i g h w a y A u d i t Commission's investigation conclusively shows the need for divorcing the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n of our highway a f f a i r ? from the direct nnd complete riomirialon of the governor," said Cherry. ', "The members of the Highway i Commission should he appointed for d e f i n i t e terms staggered over a period nf time so t h a t nn governor would have the powpr to control thorn. This is embodied in a proposed constitutional a m e n d - · ment which I recommend t h a t you support." . Increaiti "Not Rtquirtd" ! .Judge Cherry said the mo?t Important question in tht highway ; problem is whether "we shall be able to maintain our present high- i way.«· and construct now highways ; w i t h o u t increasing the gasoline laxcs and without increasing our bonded debt." HP said t h a t la'.P year a total nf ! $26,000,0110. i n c l u d i n g federal aid, 1 was available fnr highway construction, and asserted: "It is apparent t h a t we arr not required to increase trip gasoline tax, nor to issue addtiionnl bonds at this t i m p in order to havp a highway ronst ruction program reasonably designed to replace our worn highways over a reasonable period of years." Commenting on McMath high, w?y policies. Cherry challenged: "I am willing for the governor to t a k e the votes of those h? has : favored and I will, in turn, t a k e the votes of all those he promised j to favor but failed to live up t o ! his promis", and I will heat him five-to-one in t h e process, he- I cause for every promise he has kept he has broken five." Cherry promised to appoint at least onp woman to the Highway Commission if he is elected, Wants Tix R«formi On other points, the chancellor charged that "the present tax structure as a whole is a disgrace," and called for a "complete revision of the tax structure." He declared that public erlura- lion is one of the most i m p o r t a n t functions of government a n d , "with certain modifications." he f.'ivors the present law known ss ; t h e A i i t r y plan for d i s t r i b u t i n g , the revenue presentlv derived for schools. But he said the A u t r y plan is not a solution to the school problem because it does not rie;il w i t h the obtaining nf revenue fnr school purposes. "The need of t h e schools cannot be solved by . . . d i s t r i b u t i n g ably such f u n d s as are presently collerted by the stale." he said. "The primary need nf the school.-: is for a certain ami d e f i n i t e source of revenue, in sufficient amount tn supply the overall need, including the f u n d s necessary if a m i n i m u m salary law fr.r teachers is to b? enacted as it should he'' Hil» £xprntivft Campaigni Cherry allied the high price of o b t a i n i n g political o f f i c e m A r k a n s a s , and ini'i t h a t large c.impaign expenditures wa«. l a i g n l y j responsible for "the corrupt M t u a - · lion existing in this st;ite " ! He pledged t h a t he would not accept any campaign c o n t r h u t ; n n s w i t h s t r i n g s a t t a c h e d bv t h e g i v e r . Th« judge aNd rntiuzed the ad. mmislia!v,n's h a n d l i n g of p a i d n n s ami p^mlet for convicts, nnd SIH! t h a i , "I s h a l l not . . . pinmiscuously free convicted criminals." Wallace Gordon Mtilonc of Hrle.nn t h i s weekend completes 1!) years nf : schn.-,i w i t h o u t PVPF missing a class or ever hcinjt late tn school. He is to receive two degrees nl the University commencement exercises t o - ' morrow night--bachelor of laws and a bachelor of arts degrees The son of Mr. and 1Wrs. George Woolen Malone nf Helena, he enter- ; *?d k i n d e r g a r t e n at the age of four, and pi grossed through two years- of kindergarten, f i x of s r a m m e r schoo], t h r e e m j u n i o r rush, t h r e e in , senior high, two years of pre-law at the. U n i v e r s i t y , and a three-year Schorl of I.nw course. He V.-ES v a l e d i c t o r i a n nf the West Helena g r n d u ; i t m g clasr nf 1917. anri Jr. a (.-.ember of several scholas'ic honnr .··ricjetn-.s at the 1,'niversi'tv. Closed Carroll County Hospital Is Reopened Knrek.1 S|inn^. A i k . - W ' r - T h e C a r r o l l C o u n t y Hospital, v Inch Hosed S u n d a y her HUM- of l a c k of public fund*:. reopened here yes- t e r d a y a.« a p r i v a t e l y operated, n o n - p r o f i t I n s t i t u t i o n . A 2'i-man Citi;en.« Commitler w i l l run Ihe hospital, rintini of t h e i n s t i l l lion l e f t Ihi* c o m m n n i l y w i t h nea ert hospital f a c i l i i i n »t Uprnso 11 milrs rar.t. State Violent Death Toll Up : Two Children j Among Victims ' L i t t l e Rock -i/Pi- Arkansas' violent denth toll for the week he- gin nine Monday rore tr se- en w i t h the death of twn c'lildrcn and a m i l l worker yesterday. C'arl Edward M;ir.RnM, eight, son ··' Mr. and Mrs. O. A. M;uigo]rl ,{ Pine Tree. A r k . , \vns killed in :· f a r m accident. The b o \ , r i d i n g in a v/;jgnn. was f l u n g tn the ground and dragged several h i ' m l r e d feet when the team bolted. ' At Mariison, Ark.. ;i 20-monthr- olri baby girl w.vs r r u r h c H to drain beneath a R a t e n r r h v a y when r;he slumbled n g n i n F l it .r-nismg it In f a l l She is srrvivc-d hy her |i;jr- rnls. Mr. Mr* W. P, C'ro'.s "f Hughe; . A r k . W h a r t o n L a n y l e y , ?.', ;( p.ipr-i m i l l worker, died of Pioctrir;.! shock n?ce;'-Prf ;,t 'he l U e j n i- tiori;:! P;.j',er f ' i m | i a n v i.i:ll ;it fullenri.-.lp. Ark Ho } ^, r v i .. 0 ( j hy hi.-, wifi*. t".n yoi..«. h i ^ f a t h e r , three brothers and a M^VT Super-Secret Bomber (rashes In Japan Tnkvd-i/1''-A supor-^f · iv-t I l - j " , jot Uimli'T i-;iiichl iirf an. I : , . , . , - (»fi nnt f , i r f r o m T n k v o ''KJ.^X-. r ,,j) Ihc t h r r n rrcM.-mni f.llcly Thp hnmhpr "'.-i' f l n - v n hrrr (m f s t i n R and c v a l u a t u m . || i r ; ,v|ip'l a f p w nunutr-K a f t f i t a k u i ^ of! from a b.uc n c n r T r t k \ t , . Speech Is No Competition For TV Prize Fight w e i t h t b . \ m g .U-rscy ,ln- V.':,!'..'! M,'! i : / / ; m l C h a r ! f « d i d n ' t « - : ; f f c r foi t e ' e v i - Sl'»n '.'.'Hi' hec; t ) i ( ; i i | . e nf f ' h . i n - c c l l n r Kr.inf-is ( 'hen v\ r . i M i p . u y n speech h e r e l.uf m c h l . The j . i ' l g e rnn\ ed h i x speech up tn n ! i n w f i g h t f a n * t n view ihe M I ,ij ( i Tele\-it|nn yets were plired on the l;r i i n of the cnnrthnu.T here thnse " f i n a t t e n d e d the t a l l y i would not mi** the m a t c h . Quiet* Evening ! At Koje Camps Knje Island. Korea-(/?i - Army engineers dug holes around a prisoner compound h o l d i n g North Korean o f f i c e r s tndaj in a check for possible eft-ape t u n n e l s . They found none. This prison island had one (;f it:, q u i e t e s t days in weeks Violent rain and h a i l storms whipped t h e i s l n n r l C u r i n g t h e n i g h t and nurird' weie Mrmhled at all t 7 c(irn;i'iund: : . Therf; wort- nn rejmrlr. of t r o u b l e Woman Drives C h i c a g o Bus And Does Okay - i,Ti - Chirac'. 1 ? f i r s ' . woman iju. 1 - d r i v e r r l i ' i n ' rmf m u r h c h a n r - f !n f o r m r,n o p i n i o n Of h'T llfA' Jfi'n V f ' . ' n i - ' i . i V Si.r 1 n n l v workH thri"- h o u r F i a n - r s .Ifffrr-^-, ^5, V.TIS m\-cn :!}p a f t ' i - nnon o f f h v t h o f ' . l u p l . i : - ! C'la^h Line; w h r n no''/'-!!.'.!^':' phn'n!;. r a p h f r s . l a i i i o a n n o u i r o i - ,in^i t f l p v i ' i o n r a r n r - r - i ; a r r i V ' - i ;\;, ^ i i ^ - f t n i .hnd a ' r i p . H n v ( l u n i ^ a r n p i - . ' h ^ f o n i p : i n v ' s SN|)oivi.-r,r of f:,!r\ ar.'l .1 v f t r . - a n I H K . ' I r i v c i . -..-ii b r - h i r d M. V r . I p f ; r f . o n ht-r f ; : t t u p "Khr- 'lor- . . k - i v . " [V.inii'.iri^r M i ' l . ' S h i 1 . , . i i i l a l;!:|.- s h v ·-.-··r. ]i:,:'PM:r. r ... b i i t n"'. f h - . a: ,i!i n t r a f f i . ' . 1 1 Mn.: .It-ll,,:. ., ,* ., ! - , X i . - . , h t l n v f t MI v j o n i h . . r . ij.,1; K',:.-;: for t'A'O year- Th" rr,:, ,,,.·,,,: |i|.,r ..... /Hid .1 doz.-n u t f u - r -.' oriirn d n v n Stale's Congressmen Split On Aid Vole V . - . i ^ i i M K l ' i n - ',Ti - A i k a r r - K 1 '·'.n^K-svmi-ri s p i l t . 4 - 2 . · i - . t p r d a v on t t i o Kousf \'oto ,-ippii... m- n '·'·mpro'iu'r- 5 t . H7,7.'(n.7.sri fnrr-ipn- aid hi:! Hppl".rnlalivp Cathin;?, Hiir- n:.. H.I.VK ai.rt TiKniik. \ o t P d for !hr Mif-.i' in f. l t r | . n - i - i r . - , ' r c M i l l . ,,:u! \,, r I ' r i ! I . | ' , I I . M . I ( I I . K c p i r v - . . | i t a ! r , c Thoroughfares North And South Would Be "Avenues" h . n ? ' m i m i n g nf F a \ ' P t ( p v i I l p streets will IK-» to ihi City Council soon ly the C i t v P l a n n i n e rnmmifslon. w h i r h hni bppn r t u d v i n g I'nt cltij. . a t i n n . W. I I P i v n r . chairman nf thr plimninc crnnp. tod.iv revc.ilc.-i Komr Miscnstinn^ thp commission plans to f i i b m i t . He inx'itrd com. "lent ,-inrl f u r t h e r suTOcstons trim Fa.vottovillr citl^ons. Onr major ch.inRp tn he sug- (iostcd Is t h o 1150 of the wort "avonur-" in ri^sprihp onlv thor- niiEhfarr* nmninc nnr'h and smith. and of thp wnrd "street" to dc- jcnhe onlv thnse r u n n i n g east nnd uest Under this plan, a l l "slients" w h i c h now nm north and south would become "av». nun," and all "avenue.'," which run east, and west wouM be f h a n R P d to "streets." Prynr said t h i s would simplify locating of streets, ns th« direction of a IhnrouRhfare; wnulrl be indicated hy its name. He said other words such as drive road way. boulevard, anrl parkway' could he used without regard to direction. Another rhanRe proposed is to make the numbered streets in Smith Favettcville coincide with the house numbers. By this plan. Hrsl Street would become Fourth Street, and each of ihe succeed- ins numhe-s would likewise "be cnanced. Pi'.vnr's group lisled these proposals fnr changing th* names of specific thoroughfares: Fletcher Avenue would become 'Misrion Boulevard" and would extend In ,1 northerly and n o r t h easterly direction to {h~ city I j m I its along what u presently callrd Highway 45 Mission Avenue ' or r,oshen lioad. : The p a r t of York'Stree! lying ; west of the Fi-isco Railroad tracks ; would he changed to "Cleveland Street." and the part I v i n s ea.'t of the tracks would' become "Prospect Street." Falrview Street would b« changed to "Fairview Dnvo " Louisiana Way, in the W*«tern Methodist Assembly plat, wouid · become "Center Street." West Dlckson Street, from Ra/orbark Road to the west city l i m i t s , would he changed hack to its o r i g i n a l name of "Markham Hoad. Scott Street would be changed . to "Watson Street." Salter/leld Street would be called "Adams Street." Gas For West Fork And (criterion Proposed I . i t t l o Rock. Ark.-'/P-The Ar- Western Gas C'imp-any oi K a ; - c t t e v i l l c tod;y filed r.ppiica- lion '.uth the Public Service Commission for permission IM build lines and provide gas to West Folk in W:r.h:rK'on C o u n t y and f ' p n ' c r t o n in Mcr.'on C o u n t y . The appiicatir..] c-,11, f,., r b m i d i n g in. 3 m i l e - of i m p i,, v.Yst Fork at a i o s t of l^.nfiri. ,.rd f r - ; miles "f l i n e to ('e".:er!or: at a cost of 5-1 ..mi'i ;,nd p n . v i d e for f i n a n c i a l arr;in^'t-.;ncr:ts for the projects. West Germany Treaty Blasted By De Gaulle ' P .1 i ; Archbishop Walsh Of Newark D es Ar 78 Si.iilh OIMHRP. N. .1 .oT'-Th" Mr.ii nr-v Thnm.i« .Iwoph W»l»h Tfl.yp.ii. nlrt nrrhlmhnri nf Ni-wnrk i l i p i l of .1 rnndltlnn totn.v M his icMdfnr^. -·.·'- C,ep.. r h a r l r ; t* C,.iii.:,. i,-..i i|,e rlri.u.s. for i M . o i a n ^ m .i?.nn l i s t n:r,ht in a M.,' !,:.IM,-. ? the \Vest Gcr- i v a n peace C"P,II.,,·!. n n d the Euro- 1'i'in A r m - , i r e - i t v , and asking a help.:-.;; h-ic.d ir. Inri'H-hma. The t r e - . t i e v . D e ( ; i : i i i e ,i.-serted. ' uripo-e a f i c t i t i o u s comirir, l :ty nf I;,!' Kuropc of v.-hich they art '·"' ·'! par! " Lake To Be Built On Capitol Grounds L i t t l e Rnrk-i/n-rS ons and a h a l f acre a r t i f i c i a l lake will bo riiiv!riictp(1 on t h e Capitol ground* h'-ir C o n s t r u c l i o n is scheduled to «'."! in a h n i u two weeks. The l'io t is sponsored j o i n t l y hy the Aikaiis.!* Game and Fish Commission ,-ind Secretary nf Stute C. G H a l l . 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