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PAGES TODAY 10 Read by over 25,000 Daily IOCAI FOMCAST-- The Public Interest It The Flnt Concern Of This Newspaper VOLUME 90, NUMBER 271 Aiwcialtd Prtu Uaxd Win FAYETTEVIUE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY EVININO, JUNE 7, 1952 AP, King and NEA FealurM PRICE FIVE CENTS Human Freedom \ Brlljsh **rj Uje T *» r » TO Drive $ ena f e p asses Subject Of Talk At U. A. Event Re(J Prlsoners From Fence Al Koje Cam P Farm Program III ; Koje Island, Korea-(/P}- British | Mechanical drills failed to un: i n f H n t r y m e n drove Communist cover any tunnel. 1 ;, but the search : prisoners of war back from a will continue. | barbed wire fence with tear gas Notorious Compound 7fi -- sym'. today. It was the first time United i bol of Communist defiance on this A i LI T /· J ; Nations Ruards have used tear gas island--has been singled out as · A C C O U n t a D l e I 0 VaOd, : since last Wodesday. i the first to be dispersed when "np- Guards from the King's Shrop-' eration breakup" gels under w a y . shire Light I n f a n t r y threw six tear i within the next few days. Brig.. gas grenades into Compound 66 j Gen. Haydon L. Bnatner, Koje's when POVv's refused to retreat I commander, has marked Com- · H u m a n freedom is I m p o r t a n t from t h c vicinity of engineers dig- 'pound 76 for special attention. I t ; W a , h i n . l m ,,,,, T h _ c. n n l ^ ,_, and God-Eiven, but it is not an ' S i n g for a suspected prisoner cs-: was learned he plans to nab the night',approOpcl bv vnlre vote an end in itself and must be ac.com-i ca P c t u n n c l | men who seized Brig. Gen. Fran-. apnroprialion of over 1'-. billion panied by a sr-nse of responsibil- i No one wa s reported hurt in the ! ci s T. Dodd just one montli ago.; dollars fr government f a r m pro- Ity, the Very riev. J. J. McLarney i Prison pen housing 2.700 North. The Reds held Dodd captive for 78 Krams in the yoar starting July 1. ' declared last night. ! Korean officers and 650 non-com- ·· hours. ''" " " The prior and professor of fun '· was Graduates Told At The University Measure Calls For Over Billion And A Half Dollars Truman Warns Reds May Be Planning "New Koreas In Other Parts Of The Globe" d a m c n t a l theology at the Domin- missioned officers. ! The POWs will be transferred- It was in this same compound: probably early ne.\t week -- into ican House of Philosophy, St. Jo-' o n l . v a f e w rninut'es earlier t h a t ' m o r e manageable compounds prisoners had- raised five Com-: holding 500 men each. At present munist signs, but had taken them most of the 17 compounds hold down when given an ultimatum. from 4,000 to 6,000 men. " seph's Priory, Somerset, Ohio, delivered a baccalaureate address in Kazorback Stadium as part of the University spring commencement' ceremonies, which will (.ontinue through tonight. I Dr. John Tyler Caldwell, newly- elected president of the U n i v e r - . sity, will deliver the commencement address nt 5 p. m. ceremonies today, after which he w i l l pro-, - sent diplomas tn approximately 650 graduates. Tonight's program : will be hold in the stadium, unless j r a i n forces it i n t o the Field House.; "It is ridiculous to talk about ' freedom unless we t a l k about r e - ' sponsibility." thc speaker declar-'. od. ''You are accountable for your '·· freedom to God. f o yuur neighbor, ! to your country." . ! H u m a n n a t u r e h;:s M w a v s been The City Planning Commission, '' now undertaking a program nf nami: :. FayetteviHe streets, will , next try to work out renumbering : Phone Rehearing Bulletins Plea Is Denied The bill went b;i'ck to thc House which has approved appropriations 115 millions under the Senate figure. The Semite bill was nn million dollars below President Truman's budget requests. Biggest batik- of the session came ovrr an unsuccessful effort by Senator Anderson D-NM), former secretary of agriculture 1o trim 100 millions off payments to j menl yesterday of the street nam- farrners cooperating in soil cnn- j ng s tudy brought several sugges- scrvotion programs. He hnd the-....,,_ ,,.'.. _ ,.._,.._ _ , .. Street Numbering Project Planned By City Commission Chairman Pryor, who invited SUR- I iiue. where one hous" Rest ions (in i* true l n a m i n g from and the nt xt house- u FayetteviHe citizens. H is plan- v.wtit lot betwi ni. i-. ned lo propose t h a t alt thorough- Such imT.ular n u r n b r i fare;: r u n n i n r ; north and south br mon in th No. 27, , n n l v a of houses. W. H. Pryor. City Plan- , called avenues, and tho.se r u n m n f i ning Commission chairman said j east and west lie termed .strrots today. He reported that announce- Tne Proposal also rails for some . roadways, drives, boulevards, ok-. ' Piyor said today t h a t for the last three and one-half vear the a pl.ic h Rate Hike Sought By Bell Company Little Rock -WP)- The Arkansas! Public Service Commission yes- j terday denied Southwestern Bell ' Telephone Company a rehearing on its application to put a pro-' posed 1.9 million dollar rale raise five, he said. iimMs always free. i n l n e f f e r t u n d e r bond . Tho PSC Lut wink- he i;nji:-.cd !.:e politi- h a d p^viously refused i-al hberlies of this "land of t h c . l h r m i l i t v to ' h i k e free, he denied l h a t freedom is ' i February and that i action in denying the bond was . i l l e g a l since the PSC could refuse · to accept a bond only if it were inadequate or insufficient. tn allow rates by posting a bond for refunds The more important t h a n a n y t h i n g m telephone company f i l e d a motion lhe ]anck for a rehearing on the bond re' Thc people are morn important f u ? a i a n d the PSC refused that than their freedom, oven though . request yesterday. you cannot sr-pni-atc them from it. j fhe commission said the telc- . . You, ?nd w h a t you do w i t h your ! phone company had not yet in- · froodpm, are the f u t u r e of this | stituted a $3.177,000 rate increase l ; t n c '-" f f i r i , n t e d by the Supreme Court in Stresses Duty And Law Freedom must be understood not as an absolute, he said, but as a r e l a t i v e term, "related by ever- l:;stincr bonri-j^o .justice and to service rif God and man." He con- t i n u e d : "It is ? i l l y c t o t a l k about right, unless we t a l k about duty. It is in- . s.'tm 1 to talk about liberty, unless-' \u- !a!k about law. · Let no man talk of freedom : who w i l l not have God for his fa- ; [her. Let no man dsk for liberty · who will not obey God's inoral ' lav;. Let no man claim any right which ii not a correlative of moral duty." These nre thc t r u t h s of revelation and h u m a n experience" he n?scrted. notir.n t h a t they result in hnppinr-ss and peace when "followed, and in loss of freedom and denial nf h u m a n r i g h t s when i:;nnved. '·\Yhenover men have turned f r o m God and sought freedom, they hcn'c found slavery in slat- ism,' 1 he v.-amod. "\Vhencver they have sought liberty elsewhere in · t h e inoral law. they have suffered lhe consequences of lawlessness. V.'hcne'ver they h a \ e claimed New York-f^P) - Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower said today he would be willing to arrange a meeting with Premier Stalin in the interest of peace. But, he declared he believes the difference between the East and West are not negotiable at this time. "I'd go anywhere and do any- thin; to promote peace," he told a news conference at the Hotel Commodore. Switchboard Operators Out Again AI Capital Little Rock-f/Pj-For the "second time in two weeks, union switchboard operators are on strike against Southwestern Bell Telephone Company's exchange here. JK.I i U L I U I I J.M -jf;i c i i i i f . . i i y i i i i u I I 1 L i · j i « i · i backing of Senator Douglas 1D-I1H. j tlons " ia f renumbering of city , city engineer's o f f i c e has IK [ i l a t c d b y ' w o i k o u t would be « payments for the following year. I Because farmers and the A g r i : ' t culture Department must m a k e ; plans ahead of a new crop voar, ! Congress puts a limit on there ' payments nearly two years ahead. I The House had approved 250 j millions for these f u t u r e p a y - 1 i mcnls. Anderson and Douglas : · sought to trim this to 150 m i l l i o n s . : : Senator Russell (D-Cat. a candi- | date for the Democratic pre?i- ; denliai n o m i n a t i o n and veteran floor manager for the f a r m bill, j vigorously opposed the reduction. Anderson said two of the largest 1 n a t i o n a l f a r m organizations, the Farm Bureau and Grange had urged these payment reductions. "This is not a M thc This would not have cut spend-1 property is needed, and said thc | providing correct house ing d u r i n g the comim; fiscal y e a r . ' commission ' will take up this ' for new dwellings, and t h a t most but would have reduced farmer study when the naming program ; of thc homes constructed iccontly is completed. Suggestions t h e commission plans lo make to the City Council were disclosed vcsteidav bv in bear correct numbers. However, thc n u m b e r i n g of houses on many streets is entirely confused--one example cited ir. on Wilson Avp- PI.VDI Miugested th.it property nwnors ran ial;i k tho block and lot numbers of t h e i r land to thr city (·('"i'leer'r, o f f i c e nnr! :n-civr mr- rcct number? for their hoiisrs. ·Some proprrtv owners h a v e done Ihis already, il was i n d i c a t e d . 'Denies Enemy Planes Control War Area Skies Hits At Cuts In Defense Funds By Some "Politicians" "Steal" In Indiana, Cry Backers Of Eisenhower Who Spurn Compromise sell .said, noting t h a t the payments (By Th« Associated Press) The Tuft-Eisenhower bottle for Republican presidenial nominating votes --spiced by a q u i c k l y spurned N a t i o n a l 1 °^ cr t (J Compromise delegate dip- pules in the South--?chocd on H half-dozen fronts today. Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's backers cried "steal" at Indumapoli.-., where I n d i a n a Republicans com- out of 150 local and lon R distance h ; i f i b epn c u t ir | hi ,', f Scna'or A i k - = P lelcd « 32 ' votc ftn«*rainr c n--jc- c I -j n n A « ( ' ) . 1 S ., . .. . . * ' "-""'·-" ' » i n . . . ,, i , _ ..i,; ,, ,, / Short Illness Proves Fatal To The Rev. Sam Yancey operators w a s s t a g e d n t 2:15 a new increase . clock ves(crd apparently in n ft?i?r« K^^^^ i R - V t , r i c u l t u r e r a n k i n g R e p u b l i c a n ag- solirily backing Ohio's Sen. R o b e i t , Tail. ploye. Union spokesmen were not available for comment last night. The walkout is confined lo the Little Hock exchange 1 and supervisory personnel have replaced the operators. Prolonged Stay At Same Hotel j ury Charges Failure To Advertise For Bids commiUccman, joined i Russell in the battle although h e : At Sioux Falls, an official can- used the term "subsidy." Ftcforc ! Viissing hoard decides thc w i n n e r prunitifi f;irm payment?. Aikcn of South Dakota's 14 GOP delegate siditti for the "big boys." He de- · the basis of his 820-votc edge in fined them as :ji)roads, public ' u n o f f i c i a l returns from the Tucs- ulilitics, s h i p p i n g lines and air- ; d«y primary. linos - I " The lact two of Virginia's 23 Re- Aiken also was responsible for . publican delegates are being chosen ! The Rev. Sam M. Yancey. 72. 1 superintendent nf Hie Western | Methodist Apscmblv on Ml. Se- qum-fiii for 23 years before h i s , retirement two years ngn, died j Hospital, where he had been a ' p a t i e n t for the past two week*.' Death resulted from a heart a t !tack. He was born March 22. 1B78. at Soys Truman May Run Again M i a m i Beach. Kla -'/Vi - President T r u m a n may seek reelection because of the Supreme Court decision ihijt he h.'id no power to T r u m a n deri.-trod tnd,iv t h r V n i t r d · S t u l f i i A i r I''in"o in Kor':;i "r;in bomh t h e enemy a I w i l l , a l m o s t a n y w h e r e i n l i i r . t e r r i t o r v . " , He coupled thi.i o b v i o u s reply in Son Ilolipi-t A. T.»fl and r.thr-r c n t i c ? of a ' l i i i i n i : , t r , i t i o n air nolicy w i t h t h e d e r l a i a t i ? r . t h a t "shorts i f j h l e d politicians" a r e ' ' p l a y h ' t ; w i t h f i l e " b y s l a s h i n g d e f e n s e TI- p r n p n a t i o n s w h i l e K u s j - i a m.iy be p l o t t i n g new Ki]T-;n m o t h e r p a r t : ; of lhe ijlo.be." I n a n addio.-^ (r ihc J i n n u M c o n v e n t i o n of thr- 35lh D - v n i o n w i t h w h i c h ho served in World W a r I. T r u m a n em pha M/od " t h e cold f a c t t h a t w e a r e s t i l l in d a n - ger' f r o m H u - i s i a and hn nnir.t t h a t t a l k d e c l a r i n g our A i r Force in Korea is ";it the m e r r y of R u s s i a n - m a d e o n f m v planes" j u s t "isn't t r u e M a l l . " T a f t , c a n d i d a t e f o r t h e R o p u h 1 I c a n p r e s i d e n t i a l n o m i n a t i o n , said in n t a l k .sever,i! d j v s .IRO t h a t our pi ;* ties "are o u t n u m b e r e d fotir to one; our ground fyico-; I w n tn one'' a n d t h a t a d m i n i s t r a t i o n r.e- glert h a s l o f t u s w i t h a b o u t f l . O n ' l p l a n e s w h i l e S t a l i n hss 20.000 i n b u i l d i n g them "faster than we I Los Angeles-frPMn 1908 Salcs- j man Eniil Arky checked in at the Hayward Hotel for "two or three ' - d a y s . " Now. 43 years later. Arky has celebrated his 81st birthday Kansas City, Kan.-0?»-Mayur* 'divine """ " lx- "'" i '-" "*° u i ^ m i u i u n j i Clark E. Tucker and two city com. ',. and he's still a guest at thc hotel, jmissioners have been indicted by · T h e celebration was held yester-' a Wyandotte Count, Fine announced Pennsylvania's 7 0 - 1 Trenton. Tenn.. 'in 1913. Hotel officials estimate Arky, clothing salesman for a New York firm, has paid more t h a n 535,000 in hotel bills d u r i n g the 43 years. For the last 30 years he has lived : in the same room. Rogers Truck Driver Charged After Wreck . Grand Jury on charges of failing to advertise for construction bids in violation of thc civil .service lav.-. The j u r y ramerf Commissioners Francis Blake and Edv.-nrd Becker as defendants w i t h Turkcr. The charge carries a m a x i m u m of Pickup, Delivery Go With H a i r c u t . early dates" with Eisenhower and · i i ' j · 1 ·!·.. fj i "^ -3Q uec ! _ ' _ .,,, ,, lodist Chun Lodgt Says "No" I S F rverl as i-h. Previously he had .-,, ,, · , ,.- , T, , _ . - - - - - , - -- .T,-, vvn n.-. pastor of .several Ar- Oak Ridge. rpnn.-W -An Oak Taf. lold an I n d i a n a p o l i s news - Kansas ehurches. i n e l u d i n c t h e HirtRc b.-irbcr advertised l-iciay conference vL-sterdav he hoped f o r , Methodist Cliujches of Rogers, t h a t b e K i n n i n x M o n d a y hp w i l l a eompromise in ' t h e Southern ' Forest City and M o r r l l t n n . o f f e r pickup and dr-livc'ry service dcl-jfiate dispute "whc-rc there is i He. came here as the t h i r r l su- foi h a i r c u t s for bfiyr. '"iy serious diffcicnces on legal. pennlendent of tlic- Western Meth- Glenn Moses placed an ad in the S'OUml:-:." iS. 1 "-'' 1 AsscinWy. succcediiiB SI.000 fine and one year in prison. Oak Rici^i-r offering to pick up a Also indicted were Edward .1 : child at his home, cut his hair lo Myers, street superintendent and instructions, and return h i m . Cost j H a l p h · plier. K. F r v e , an asphalt sup- , of a h a i r c u t is SI. · .service is free. . Thc. delivery First comment, without elabora- ' n '' v - J l m Workman, who had lion, came from Eisenhower at serv TM fcricfly followinK retire- Kansas City. "Gee, t h a t sounds mcnl of t h o t i r s t superintendent, Rood," he said and then left by t l ) p Rt ' v - J - L "nnil^. D u r i n g hK Dumas. Ark. -I/Pi- A Dumas youth v.-as killed and another v.-as l i g h t s and neglected duties, they · have become u t t e r l y selfish, self- righteous- nnd pitiably wronp:. -Worship of the 'late worship '"l ur!d when a motorscooter and of the belly, worship of the s e l f . a n empty gasoline tank truck col- have hart t h e i r bitter day. t h e i r . lided here last n i p h t . State Troop- senseless unnecGSSary day, until er R. H. Tong said the dead youth t h e d u t i f u l and the God-fcarin.q was Thomas Alvie Freeman, son · have fought t h e i r way in :i-e hope- of Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Freeman of of d a w n . Then p a t r i o t s and saints Dumas. Kenneth Lee Cagle. also have died for t r u t h , even more. nf n u m a S i suffered ,hird deKre" t h a n lor freedom, flinginc: 1 -- Merrill-Peters Marriage No Go, Opera Stars Separate lhe Krc.-it to^as of fit-edoni into the fire of conflict for the t r u t h which made their fellows free." Hoiel At Johnstown, Pa., Bums, All Guests Safe Johnstown, Pa.-(/TVAlmost 100 guests fK-'d safely from a fnst- KiU'eadinji fiie which s w e p t through a four-story hotel in duwr.town Johnston early loday. Firemen, summoned by a guest who shouted for help from his f o u r t h floor room, s;iid there were nc casualties. However, four of the the guosls and four f i r e m e n vho battled the bhizc two and a . man of h;i!f hours ;il the Hotel Vendomc struck befoie controllir.ij it, were overcome by sir.uke. 'iinrns in a f i r e t h a t resulted from : the collision. Both boys were rid- 1 ! ing the scooter. ; Tong said the truck burst into ; flames after the collision. I The trooper sairi he filed a ; charge of i n v o l u n t a r y manslaugh- ! lerday with a divorce "probably" ; tcr against the truck driver, Roy | :o follow. Too much career rcport- ! K. Lnwf of Rogers, Ark. Lowe was trr?itcd at a hospital here for f'hock. New York-OP'i-Opera Stars Roberta Peters and Robert M e r r i l l wen? out of t u n e today a f t e r 10 A-peks as a hushand-and-wife duet, out they still have a date to sing together tonight at an outdoor concert. An attorney for thr 32-year-olri Merrill said last night t h a t thc jaritonc and his 21-year-old bride signed a separation agreement Motorists Under Fire Of Mysterious Gunman Dc Arkansas Senators Oppose Farm Bill Cut Dcmoc;-,Viii' M'lK.'jMs, J. W. Ful- hriRht and John M'-'.'lo!!:in, opposed a propo;-;i] to ivduro a 2,"0 m i l l ion dollar appropriation lo make ronscrvatJon p a y m e n t s to farmers on n e x t \e;,r'.-; crops. The Senate yev.i-iday passed tho 1)111 by voice vrto .-.ftfr t u r n i n g down B proposed c u t nf inn million rioltors in thr appropriation by a vote of .15 to U3. Fulbright voted p,-«;nn.st th.c ml. nr.ri Me- Clellnn war. p i i i i e d ;;p,unsl it. Dr. Riggall Named By Eclectic Gfoup T.itllc K m - k - r / l ' i - O f f i c e r * elec!- M by lhe A r k a n s a s Iv lertic Med- Irnl A.^socialioii y r s l o i f l a y i n r h i r l - ' «l Pr. H. W. S m i t h , Kng 1 i d , : prprlrlont; Dr. John V rjuoninor, ( J a s s v i l l n , f i r s t vicr p r e s i d e n t ; nnd Hr, Krnnk T t i R f i A l I . rr.mii 1 Ciro\e, t h i r d vico prc-sirlenl. 111 -'/?i-The " B l u e ." a sharp-shooting gun- 'ho Illinois highways, £ ( '»in yesterday, shooting at f o u r mo'.nrists. One driver was injured State police, b a f f l e d by the 5 h « ' f / m f i p v/hich were first je- ported t w o week? ntjo, spread t h e i r h u n t to ihe air. They al.o set un roadblocks t h i o u f i h Central I l l i n o i s in H 70-mile ;tren from To\v;mda to near Springfield. Yef-terday'.s Miiping brought lo eight tho n u m l j c r of motorists reporting t h e y had been shot at hy the g u n m a n f\~ gunmen. Potshots were taker, a! four motorists d u r i n g thc Memorial Day holiday. Ono driver was injured. A f t e r each shooting, the g u n m a n sped away in the opposite direction. ,'dly caused the troubles. Hut the attorney. A n d r e w J. Feinman, said his client had not ijiven up hope for a reconciliation with the black- hoired soprano. N e i t h e r Miss Peters nor her attorney could be reached for comment. The m a r i t a 1 rliscord in the private l i f e of the. two Metropolitan Opera stars came with the couple billed t o s i n g four times together this sum- m e r -- j u s t as they Robert tiid last Sunday w h e n they alrea were apart. However, t h e i r duet nf Mich t e n d e r b . i f J a d as 'Suec-thrarts" last week's "Toast nf the Tov.- M« television show CRS' v/a* sung to an audience- u n a w a i c of the o f f stage s p l i t . W i t h the public in on t h e i r secret and Merrill's law/cr disclosing the signing nf th?" separation agreement. mu;ic circles were wondering how the two now would take to singing of love in each others arms. Tonight's concert scheduled for the two is H b e n e f i t for Israel, known as " M u s i c Under the Stars," at Ebbc-ts Field in Bror.klyn. Other appearance listed for . them are a June 22 West Coast TV program, a concert later in Phila- · d o l p h i n ' s Robin Hood IJeiJ, and i f i n a l l y ;m outdoor appearance in i New York City's Lewisohn Sta' dium. Their wedding March .10 v.-as a New York City droarn a f f a i r . Th" two stars were local kids who h a d ' madn guod. M e r r i l l was born in · Brooklyn. Miss Peters, born in the _ Hronx, gained i-tardum m 1950 bv 1 capably f i l l i n g in a! the Me' wh*n a I p a r l i n g p f r f o i i r . f r became ill at the l;.*;t m i n n t f . . M c i r i l l ' s fricr/N said t h a t five ; wrpk.s ago Jtolnv..! tch'i'ii'Jiiod fi ; him in tho Soi;th to omr- to her in Hollywood. He f l f - w to her. t h e reported, tn loarn t;::it she w a n t e d to sf-p;jratf. Twlny Morn!! .vas le- r»rtM in seclusion v.'ilh r n e n . h r r s of his f a m i l y . He w;.r, df-scribed as " b r o k e n - h f . u l f i ' and af. "n / p i e t t y bewildered y r j i m g m a n " h lane f owcr's Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., of Massachusetts, rejected the proposal. Lodge said: "It is never right , . rnise with dishonesty. We are in the right both on the f a c t s nnd on the law and enter into no rjrals which will disenfranchise thc Republicans of Texas The convention itself will decide the issue and I have no doubts a b o u t its decision." At issue are rival delegations involving, among others. 38 deje- gatos from Texas, 17 from Georgia, 16 from Louisiana and five from Mississippi. The Republican N a - tional Convention Credentials Committee -- possibly, in the end, the convention itself -- must decide which of conU-sted delegations to recognise. A close- i;ir ·· (or nomination could t u r n on t h a t drci.sion. Tafl Leading Not counting today's actions. I h r Assu-iated Press t a b u l a t i o n of n,-j. t ion wide OOP dr-lr-gM^ s t r e n g t h shows Taft 432, Eisenhower 388, others 130. uncommitted or dis- p u t e d 200. Among the Democrat:;, thr AP t a b u l a t i o n gives K e f a u v c r a na: t i n n w k l o tolHl of 24S m the Associated Prfss tally, w i t h 116 needed foj Dcmon-atic nnn.in.f'.ion. Rur-sr-ll is n r x t . followed by W. Avciell I l a i n m a n . , oiuL During h of Die assemb Now York. But Eiscn- 2:1 ' ear! - ** neati of ^ 1C fisemhly arnpaign manager, Sen. TM r - Yancey saw lhe project «ro' f a v o r i t e i T vhcth from a reliitively few b u i l d i n g s an unimproved m o u n t a i n lo its present 5179. He retired a* s u p t i - intcndctit May 10. 1050. to be r,uc- to compro- repfieti by ihti R c v _ jj H H(Jf)k] tho'present s u p e r i n t e n d e n t . D u r i n g the p;ist year, although retired from active minl.^trv. he u n i n s t n u tc'l. thi had served as pastor of the ("Irishrn pledged in s^n.it Methodist C h u i c h w h i l e the congregation was w i t h o u t a pastor. He is LUrvivfKl by his w i f e ; ono .son. Cnl. W i l l i a m R. Yanct-y of M a x w e l l A i r FOJXO Base, Mont- Humery. Ala.; l\vn d H u g h to r s. Mrs. John B. Winstead of Fay. ettevillo. and Mrs. Bill J. Harper of McAllcn, Texas; ono sister, Mrs. J. W. McConmck of Memphis, Term., and f i v e grrinclchildrcn. Funeral arrangements umiei d i i c c t m n of Nelsnii'i Funeral Home- are incomplete. Party To Name Its Delegates Democrats To Meet June 13 In Capital I J t t l e . H o f k -i/7'j- Thc Ark*m::ns St:.tc Democratic C o m m i f t c o . f u n c 13 w i l l n a m e 31! delegates and M- leinnlcs to tho N a t i o n a l \).mo- cratic Convention. Committer- Secretary F r a n k NYwr-U _ s i i i f l t h e meeting was c n l i e r l hy Cliairman W i l l i s S m i t h of Tcx-.-irkana. A r k . A l t h o u g h iht- si:i!e d e l e g a t i o n u s u a l l y (-of; lo i h r ctinventinn it m?iv bo h o bil- hi.-. m i l i t a r y rocommerid/itmni and ;i cut of his forngn milit.iry and ccononilc aid ]roRr;tni from $",- j 9DO.OOfl.000 to 56.447,730,750. : "We can not t e l l w h a t t h e K r e m - lin is p l n n n i n r ; . There may bo new o f f e n s i v r s in K o r e a . There may be · new Koi-f;!-; in o t h r r p a r t s of the ' globe Thr* C'on:mmil:.t= rrs-iv cvc-n h e p l a n n i n g g r e a t e r a t t a c k s t h a n wf? have roi'ii t i p to this point. We · dr not k n o w . We can not be sur*\ j "There is no j u s t i f i c a t i o n for s l a s h i n g a p p r o p i l o t i o n s f o r d r fen.'-e or f u r aid t-i our n l l l e s . But t h a t ih r - x j r t l y w b a l n crouo of h h o ! t - s i g h t e d p o i i t i c t o n s a r e t r y i n g to do "This \f not thc y o a r f o p l a y a u m n d w i t h m e a t a x e s i n t h e f i o l d nf n a t i o n a l s e c u r i f v Thr Communist.'; ;ire b u i l d i n g up forces in Koiea ;md o t h r r p ; i r t s of Ai;;». In E i n o n r t h e F!u^i,-;ns a r e t h r e a t - he- om t h e delci;;i:nji'. Tokyo T r u n to Detroit Factory Shut Down By "Heat Strike" i.iji t h e · p o k e !n th** S i i r m o u i r . u t i p a d.T' s p e n t i i ' M - l i i - * r.f 1018 i n - t n u L - i r l v n i n r 7 1 b t : r o r D f,i t h e 129;h Steel Strike Causes Oil Industry Concern Wa.shinKt-.u-a'j-Thc o i l indus- t r y is 'v;iirhing lhe st* cl s t r i k e v.'ilh t'onu-rn. Supplir-, of .steel for l i n e pipe and tuhMl.n- nrn,t\i. havr- l)m ' n *'«ht for some (mie. Covein- incut ;iiid i n d u M r y reprc.-fniniivo.; or The: so; w i f J e ;in r i i i n i 1 v.'n:; \ t h r - f m.-.ny ;nj'iv( /l'j-T.';o hoilcsl v.e;ithcr 'H i.-o];liiiuefl t'Ki.'iy O'.-cr irc.is of ihe c o u n t r y , l^jt v.i.Is imiir.itc'i :.Dnie fo'iliuK ; thr · :iy. Yp'.tcrfl.iy WU L ; lt'-st d.iy df the w.wm in :ire;j:, Hc.itiinRs of On ,v:(i .vcie ccnor.-il over thc ir.id- wit France. p . , r ' . i i u i hi.: own R.itlr'y Field A i l i l l c i y " Size of A r m y Doubled Thf prr-vidr-n'. ( i ^ c l . i r f i : I . Th A i l steel fo w i l l m ; i k c it t o u c h e r f'.r Oil J j r o r f l n T I ' ; t ' j ^'( t d n l l i n K . ir;,iiv|ii,ri;,ti,in 'ly l h i \ .IMC! Mnr.ir.i- f i i ' - i h t u .Sunday. Tho I'ctrolcum A d . M i l Iv M a t t e r e d llnimlcr.sluiwcr-i f,,, Dcfensn I I ( ! I J I M th.,: t :i h d iU 1 ,.',.000 ton.s v.eek. The Weather A i !.fm:;.ts. p;n ti ; i l t c r n ' x i n , U . n i ^ h l \V; Siinrl pnrlion tins afternoon ant t c m p e i a t u r e chances n o i m p o r t - of Rogers Laundry Owner Suffers Severe Burns o r s 1 -1spo-i ve Arkansas GOP Delegates Yell 01 Invitations To Visit Eisenhower dr : . .,,, c x ' . ' n . ' i Veteran U. S. Senate Reading Clerk Dies I.itllc Rock-'/TVAn nppiironl ' uppnupnt lor t h e ltc],nij ir.i«-c by .supporter!, ol (Jon. D-.viRht iflcnti:,! nomiii.-.tion: t h i D. Kisenhov.er to inrre,i!.e the Ken- , P " l J? W 'i'. r . : '."'\ "'"', ','"' cr.il's rieleR.ite s t r e n R t h in i sis "inie tn litihl yc.slirrd,iy. I'm \V.ishin(!lon-(/?i-Jotin T. Crork- of Arkansas' II l,-l,-Katps to t l fit. dH, the readniK r l o r k whose Rcpuklu-.-iii N';itini:,l C i m v i - n t i o swallow-tail ro:,t .mil liMniinj, sin( | ( | 1( , y ,,,(. ru( .,i voice were a Sen.ile t i a d c i n a i k [ a t t e n d the welcome ho for 40 \eais. is dead. U m l r J o h n . - l i r a l i o n lor Kisi-nlxnA-r u us l a w m a k c i s r.illcri him. died ' Kan . Wednesday, .mrl on .VMIonby ,,[ , W j - i h i i i R l n n h o s - ' h i d carried .in ' a l l expenses p.ud C ' . i i l i o i i (.f K.nr. P | l n l - ^ p r n v i f i o n , ch.nle.' K c.. " " | '"ie A r k a n . ' a s delegation i:- d i - :·" r . x . i w e f 1 T , f t H u n t s - has lhe rich! K i f t for K.I- virled w i t h seven (m K.-.i i , , i e i i erale .11 h i m - incr's Day. ( A d v . ) I A. Tafi ?.! Ohio, Kiscnhoucr's chief | ( , i h r '·' C ' r a i c of Car.v R e p t i h l i r a n ( of Arkai.s.i:. h r a t i o n a n d hower K,,i l r chdli'l f,i, ·:,: t a t u . n . t u n Speck and t ·n prcs- for Kl!.i n r - o n r i n t t e d . legate Ha 1 i v ,'l .Iff'f S|,eck. euiDi '1 them - l i s ' . r l i t , ..-,id lie did not in i i u ' i t a t i f i n . hut t h a t he was un- f- pressed hy Kisenho-A-rr's f u s t [10- n - l l t i c a ! discussion. ():.rn Culili. d e i i ' f . a t e - n l - l a r K e and c l i . i i r i n . i r i of lhe K n p u l i l i i a n St.ae n ( ' o T i i i i i l t , e. i..i(l he was HIM'?'! L.. i''(o. u-hen v.'a'er n o i n Mil" "f llfl pro- ' t h e Republican p a r t y . I ' l l be h a p p y sll1 '···'·'· t - ' " ' t r s u p p o r t e i l h e i n i a n n ( i n ; i n a t e ' i " M e i l i O n a l H i V i e w l'»i".,-r . n u l l leans '"lornini; fro f n r l i n e l u d e d a n a l l expenses pal v i s i o n . H a r r y r o l l a e i i o f S m i t h , the · · u n c o m m i t t e d ' dele- K l m e r C Wehh of M , t-ate f r o m the T h i r d concessional Seror.d i l i M r . , 1 d e l e c n t e '."h h i . t n k Spe( k l / u t iK v -'-s M i l d ab'/ti .·A|,cn.se.. ( u i i l i . n T.itl s u p p r n i c r , !.anl ( ; , i \ r i n U H l f s v i l l e . a.lded. -Ki .enhowei a n d T a f t -i-rin K u r i l h i m I . ·i a n d del- a ),,; ,-|,, : .,., i o K c l h e i on t h e i r l h o w e i i m i t a t i o n I h i n k n i i : t h a n it f l r - l appeared A l : | f n d e r h n m r r o n n n K liom S|ieek least theie w i l l not he i s p l i t m ' A i k a n up orl re elve to-.vaid Ike. but i'. uarommitted t h e l e r o r d . s a i d h e w a s i n v i t e d t o A b i l e n e b y C i . v c i n o r C'arls',,;. H e added t h a t "n,,lhmi! w.c. s a i d a b o u t e.xpenstv." H o i k , n a l i o i i . i l Ki',11.bhi .in t . ' i n - t h m a n n n d d c l e ^ a l c a t Luxe r ' a r i . - f i n also m- n ' . l e n d I In- r . i M - n - | c e i e m o n y To-.vnsend is the of the T a ' l m o v e m e n t m ra!ed t j i a ' \ \ - h l l e t h p a i n f u l a n d i n M - i e - l t u n . o f tiL-r . - u d x . M i l-elll-M-d Mill In ',·;· ,, Kthrl Mrrmjn S f f k n N,-.-. V o i k - i . - V . - M - . i - St.ir K l h i d M I - M I , . , n Ii lo.l..v lo, M I - M , . , , - i i j » " i c e f n , m U n b e l t n e w s p a p e i m a n . Slit rlehltj there was any nlhtr romaiif% wei k. up ::: \.-w I.ondon. Co'.ll." T M I I I I . I I I -.viil s|,i a k a g a i n r.rM S . i f i K i . i y a t NY-.., L o n d i i r i , at tl- · keel L i v i n g '·'. the N', i v y ' s las'. a l l n i- i ( -pnu-i-ie(l s u b n i a r i n e . S. Doth thc An Department :,::l the N'.n-. '. ,ur loreiv: w i l l bo "!IT- n f i c . i l l v powertii'i 1 when "we i-ot them .ill i',rnplctod." LeMorr Chairman For Blood Campaign i y " T.oMarr of Fay- .11 been named counll f o r Ihe r g u a r t c i l y Rt-3 i incd K. ce.s bl,Kil cam. h i . h v. i l l lie held the Lit. |i.i."t nl this inoi^h. Ho will c o u l d m a l e the e l l , i l l s of H u b - c h i t . ) men working with virloui orjanl- '.itionfi. .

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