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PAGES TODAY 10 Read by over 25,000 Daily IOCAL FORECAST-- w i t h widely scattered I! Tomorrow partly ,n:lniie'l w a r m HJ*h llcnlay M: low f,J. Sunrna 4.03. sunset The Pufa/ic Interest Is The F/rs^ Concern Of T/i/'s Newspaper VOLUME 90, NUMBER 272 Associated Press Leased Wire FAYETTEVIUE. ARKANSAS. MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 9, 1952 AP, King and NEA Features MICE FIVE CENTS Naming Of MacArthur As Keynoter For GOP Convention Is Talked Eisenhower And' Taft Push Move For Nomination Commencement At The University ' p* . I I I I I I A · · benate Holds Up Action On Steel As Settlement Of Dispute Seems Near Fulbright Wins National Meeting Gets U n d e r Way July 7 In Chicago (By The Associated Press The Republican convention arrangements C n m m i t l e e onons a ' two-clav ffssiun torlay in Chica«n Chartered Plane On Ocean Trip . with io8 Aboard, Approval For Pay Proposal Amendment To Old Walsh-Healey Act Is Compromise New York - (A 3 ) - A chartered piano with I OH passengers--including 42 war brides, 65 children and a lone m a n -- l e f t 1 for London last night. A British Overseas Airways Corporation spokesman said the 108 were the greatest number of passengers the line has carried on a four-enginu. plane of the typo ; used on the trip. Most of the mothers were going to England on a visit. The plane : bright of Arkansas salvaged in w i t h strong support reported M e - was stocked with diapers, three ! the Senate this week w h a t he rc- for selection nf Gen. i cases; of baby food and 45 pints of ' ^ r ards as the most i m p o r t a n t of j several amendments he has p r o - . I posed to change the V/alsh-Hcaley ! Washington -(A*)- Senator Ful- Boatner To Try Breakup In ROW Camps Resistance By The Communists Appears To Be Probable Act. | The Walsh-Hcalcy Act provides · t h a t f i r m s contracting lo sell goods ; and supplies to the government ' i must pay the p r e v a i l i n g w a g e r scale. It was enacted to keep government contracts away i' i o m ; sweat shops. ; However t u l b v i g h t lias contcrid- I ed lhat as the act has been and is ; h"ing administered by the Labor Hcv. James ,I. McLaniey. O. I 1 ., noted C a t h o l i c speaker nf the Domin- h;,]] rnnr |-, Department, industry is being ican House of Fhilotr. hy, St. Joseph's Prinry, Sninrrsot, Ohio, pives : K e n t u c k y .·frozen in areas where it now ihc iucc.ilaureato sermon, and at the right ihc new president of t h e J e f f s n ,- c k of K r c m - h u n i : exists and can't get established . University, Dr. John Tyler Caldwell, speaks al rommencemcnt oxer- Un'vou n'ppulilic-n ronm re ' I a r e a s -- t h e ; ci^c:;. ( H i l l Good Photos) ' Douglas M a c A r t h u r as eonven: milk for the 15-hour trip. lion krynoter. W i t h orly f o u r · week? l o f t . Ron. Robert A. T a f t of Ohio and Gen. Dwight L. Eh en howcr got down to t h e buttonholing stase in their drives to win the R e p u b l i c a n p resident h*«l n o m i n a t i o n e n n c l n v e opening in Chi- C.-ITO J u l y 7. The c o m m i t t e e w i l l choose the keynoter tomorrow. The keynoter's job is to get the convention n n d r r way w i t h a rousing p : i r i y - l j n r ppoech. Al?o. he usually serves as temporary chairman. In lino 1? the ardent wnninn of 341 dclepiitcs who hold the b n l - anco of nnv.-nr. They are the 130 GOP delegates t h u s f a r chosen who aro committed to other c a n d i dates on the f i r s t ballots, and the 211 who arc uncommitted or are in flispute. Eisenhower tnnk the offensive Sunriny n n a key sector. He had a ihree-hour l u n c h and chat w i t h Gov. John S. Fine of Pennsylvania. "f) f ^vo^be'en 7 ?/ 13 " 111111 ' d * lofiato? ' i TM° r of w a r """pounds into small- urgedlhe"scnare''to""d7fcal'7hem'. | president of the U n i v e r s i t y , de- to Fi^nhow r 13 t T ft' "H ?9 ' · i A'.vare that he faced a losing clared S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n in com- may t a k e their CUP from Fine, who h i r h n r l \\ i m nn^inom-n · i · i ' j pe a i ot i principal condition fur human nof i^cf ,ho^ W£ : Trl b; - r^=c^e · XT5 ar.r.'S:, 'T^ i* MS Kates; t h a t his own m i n d was s - i l l ; Iic ^ s d "8 v* errlny. , ministrative order or regulation is- stadium i T r - f n v ^ n r e ^ n - i n " rli open toward the candidates. Ho i Disnersal of Koic's an.nnn riot- ; sued by the Labor Department ' pionn" t r, 'ibout (i50 ·M-'-KiuTtos Ho announced t h e Pennsylvania_delo-, TMf POWs into more manageable under the act. The opposition ai · pri«e'n'tcd ' ' · t i i s l i i i ^ m - i h n l a h n i i i i u , " Charge Filed Alter Stabbing ·ru i - r i - . - · i i , , ,, , . ' n o t m e e d thai a former F.'idvco ·» I h e line of dif-tmtjuisl ..! tuesls, f a c u l t y members and the frr.iriu.iliiif;. f,, 0 tlall t e a m m a t e J'anl "lie'n" umir.iencemcnt exeiriscs held Saturday cycMin's. !TMveMe,IMhe" Very ! ! n 'if s u m m e r l ! r y a n , ' n " w ' I font" |f| Candidates For Governor Push Campaign Plans Bear Bryant Will Make Talks For Ike Murry Little Hock-f/T'-A i | nf Arkansas' use t a x . paign m;i:i:i(jer and cnmpign opening da nnunced by-three, r; go\crnor of Ar!;,ui.s weekend. A i t y . Gen. I k ? M u r r y w i l l open ,hi:: c:.mpaign h,r t h e DemcxTJtk- ( n o m i n a t i o n a I t h e Nortli I . i l l IP | Hock High :?choo! .sUtdiuin UK- j l a l t e r part of June-. He al.M) a n - noimred that a f u r m e r K n r d v c e Israel Skims Bank Deposits s k i m n i i n . ' . p»;ml. . l i n n S i - U l a n b i f f Hi pM- ci-nt nf s h . i n k d i ' j u . J t . md i t s r u n - · n r v i M ' k h M K s in \;ir.ii l i i l l in L n . i n t n . s l i i - M K i h i - n t i n - no- b u d j u - t . ' To m s i n e the loan'.; iuirrcs I s i a i - 1 C o v i - n n n r n t r a i l e d i j ruiT'-ncy now in c i r c u l a t i o n began r.MMiij; new h a n k n o t f r j (.'urreney holdci., wt-n- given ; L i i i l i l J u n e J,1 tn t u t u in then nld I iinlcs f i n t i n 1 new money. In m a k i n g tin- rxchan/;o nf all b i l l s abov. 1 one pound and h a l f pound noU-s, t l i u bank:; an 1 de- · d u c t i n g 10 per rout for t h e I ' M M . f o r r r ' ·I n u n ' i i t ·. t h . - ' i all and 'Truman Asserts There Is Hope Of Agreement Asks Lawmakers Not To Consider Move At This Time T r t i - at l!ie U n i v e r s i t y of ,, - Kojc and t h r i v e in other South for example. He proposed three amendments to the act which he contends would , , . ,. , m , bring it into line w i t h what he Island Korca-WI-U.S. regards as the o r i g i n a l act o£ Con- "amc throwers, i 8ri . 6s . The Senate B a n k i n g U.A, Seniors Told Freedom Of Mind Essential For Progress · t t - i . , -- ' , * i * ' - a ^ . j.iu kj^i.iiL.- nuoitojr i^uin-. Inlllll mWllfMI rfll Vfl fl t a n k s and tear gas today in a sec- j n ,ittee approved two of these A t ' TM " ' * UjGllllal l O l TH nnd dress rohoaryal for the im- ! this stage President T r u m a n I m m e n t breakup of Kojc's 17 pris- 'criticized the two amendments and ! Dr - J n h n T .vlcr Caldwcll, nowO- Post Fatal To Preacher In Missouri sales w i l l meet Fridav w i t h Eisen- ' 500-man compounds will be Brig, cepted t h i s proposal. hnwciyit Ihe^pcnrr.il's f a r m n e a r ' Gen. Haydon L. Boatnrr's main Fulbright f i g u r e d """""' " "" ^ m e e t i n g with . e f f o r t toward g a i n i n g nnron tested correct in his vir control ovrr the prisoner · enp. Present .stockr.drs have POW populations up to 6,000 Date for thr start of "operation : correction of for T a f t and 390 for Fiscnhowcr. _ breakup" ha? not boon announced. ! mdcr. Thus, Gettysburg. P; Ta.'t will be arr^ni'cd later. Taft Ahead In Tabulation The ln'.p«t A^-rciatcd Prc?s tnb- l a t i n n nf GOP n,'lcc:.!te l i f t e d 4f2 votes. B u t j j s imminence was under?"/_"" ^t-ored by tho second straight day of rehearsal and the setting U D of ' loudFocakers in front of Com. pound 76, \vhich w i t h a d j o i n i n g · compounds 77 and 78 probably lion, but two announced they did will be divided first, not feel bound by the r o n v r n t i o n . The throe compounds arc tho a n d would vole for i.isiructin IJ.-/L u n r u l y on the island. Prisoner?, in each have dug id _ t Virginia chopp ^ t h o last t w o _ o f t r P n c n M a r o u m ] ' }mlldi ^ ",,. rM^nTe't^T-ift Ve'^Vas' 11 '1 ·'''"th 1 1 - t o n ^ 5 ^ n Compound 76---where th were u n o f f i c i a l l y u n c o m i r i t l r c l . ' f o r m ^ cami) commandor, Brij A county c.inv.iss in S - u t h Da- Oon - ^ r n n c i s Dodd. was hoL A county c.nnv.iss in S - u t h Dau o n - F"ncis Dodd. was held k n t a shnwed T a f t the w i r n o r over no?ta ^ cl 78 hours last month-- Kiyonhower in t h a i : ; ta:c-'s p r i - . thorn was feverish a c t i v i t y in the mary by G I 3 votes. A .t:,;o oanvnj-.s. b l a c k s m i t l i shop. Allied officers speculated th.M tho c l i n k i n g and n r n n f t . . i . han.ii,(.rina of ir.otal meant pris- ' JIO P O! " llx oners were f a s h i o n i n g c r u d e prob ably In:or tin-; week, r o u l f i a l i e r tlir-^o total?. Thr cnntn.*.* was tnr 14 nologates to t h e GOP rn t i o n n l convention, n n d nearly K'ca^^rMI, J'llf t ," =»'"« '- "» « ·« k n o w n tho, ye;-r ' ll( ' W) " mcot resistance w i t h force Margin For Kefauvcr Roatnor apparently w i l l use only O n l y 13 Republican dc'el«atc. A m ^ r i c a n ll-n °ps for the dispersal reni.'iin to he rhnscSi. none t h i ^ . 0 ' ' n c " rst three compounds. week. Li j tie action was schedulf.'l in t i l t - noinoi-nilic race t h i s week either. Tr.o only dolosMos w i l l bo -hoscn Friday bv a Connecticut r o n v o n t i n n . Tim sf;.te has Ifi vote.- t h a t if he is o ' the original i n t e n t of the act. thon a j u d i - c i a l review of tho Lahnr D e p a r t - ment's orders w o u l d result in a the a d m i n i s t r a t i v e ho said, t h i s n u n a endment u l t i m a t e l y c o u Id ' lie said if an i n f a n t i n d u s t r y seeking lo gut started in Arkansas is required tn pay the high wiigo:? paid in the i n d u s t r i a l .\e\v Eng- cnt. land spates t h e n it is doomed to ' f a i l u r e . Thus, lie said, it will be d i f f i c u l t for new i n d u s t r y to .start in Arkansas and the South. He said he favois i m p r o v i n g ages and working conditions for ' labor but t h a t "first you have lo have an industry." For lhat reason, Fulbright s a i d , he cannot sec why A r k a n s a s iaijov has oome out in opposition to his idfj ; : a !·]·(·(·, fita'.ioM;; in A l f r e d .F. f r a b a u r i h . dean of Ark.uis.is Pi.Iv'.rrlMm 1 Cu!l n n'. Htis.scllvillr, ;,ii'.i to M a i A in l i u r l o y , e x e c u l i v r \ p i T p IT:-id en* of t h e I - i d u M o n , Tt:-;.i:-, C h u n of C o i n n - r r c f . A coi-oll.-u-.iy to freed*.rn r,f r i i r r r y v i l l c , Mn. U' p r c - a c h o r nt l l i iri.'iy--- tin 1 ."list day lio v / t j i i l ' l o.i! '*-'· hi .^ "the mu.'c pcrli-ct my (jwn Tin- Hi v. J .T. I v i o . of t i n - A.-HMi'bJy of f n h j - - modi.-: t ·i ;i v.ooris m tl .· (if ·in:,. I I I . H i l l ! )0inil(t:i go\'orn ( ir. said Ark.inj;as' u,c t.i.x !·; a p f t l i t i c n l tool "cnfon-ed ap.ain^.l persons out of f a v o r v / i l h tin- prfscnt a d m i n i s l r a t i o n . " He s.iid hi- m a i n nppoi-.ition to the levy u, basorl on I h c "red taj.c" nocoshary foi its r n f o r c e i h c n l . ! C h a n c e l l i n - l-'raticir: Ciiorrv o f , .lont'Sborn, a Domricratir c j i K i i d u t c fo;- n o m i n a t i o n , .-.aid l h a t I,off el · G e n t r y , a Little Rock a t t o r n e y , w i l l norvf as his c a m p a i g n n i n n a g e r . f Ion try a n n o u n c e d t h a t nt: o p e n ; hiiiirc will hp lic!rl frr ,lurif»o Cherry in Little Horl: nn J u n e 15. i Highway Crash Damage Suit Heard By Jury Sailor In Hospital Following F'qht; Not Seriously Hurt A lii.'iit'nivillc man ha:; h o f n rh.i.red w i t h a s s a u l t w i t h i n t e n t t c j k i l l a n d a s s a u l t w i t h a deadly wi'.-qrm in I h e slabbing of a New O i l r a n : : , La., B a i l o r al S p r i n g d a l c Saturdiiy t ; i ; h l . Dcnnv .fohnr.nn. .'!0. \\;\; arrested al bis home in H c n t o n v f l l c at 3 a. m. ycr.lrrciny by S h e r i f f Prui'p Cridor and S h e i i l f .In'nn I l l a r k of Hentnn C o u n t y Khci i f f C r i H r r ;,aid .Inhnson sl:ihbM Andis liol- loway. 2fl, a sailor, in the back dwiiiK ;i f i « h l on a S n r l n f i d a f o street a b o u t Hi p. m. Saturday. Jfiiii'-xiii l e f t the .scene nf t h e f i j j h t befoiT p ( ,hci' ai-rn-ed. but l a t e r .'·urirndererl v.'ilhoul n-;Jst,)/!.-c t ,t at Ins liutne. Cridt-r i o r » o i t H . H n l l o w a v , nnv/ a i ) ; ; t i n n t ;il (he Veter;,!)- Hospital her--, was n n m i c f r n m t h e Xava! A i l .Slnti'm. New Orleans, to t h e N'.-.val Air m i l . .Vimrirajiolj:.. M i n n . He w;,.- ..;.,vii:.". ;,t ;, R.wte. h o t e l .,( I h e t i m e ,,f 1h" f i f l i l . A h n - p i t a l : d e s c i i h i ' H t h e - a i l n i ' / . c m i d i t i o r i " v e i v ,;.,,,d." He . u f f e r e d MIDI f i c i a l wtjijiid;.. t h i V.'.inhiniTlon-'.-Vi-Pre'-Jdon! m a n . l a v i n c thoro i; ";it \i-;,'A n rca"jnal»!r hope" t h n j.!r"l dis- p u t e w i l l be s e t t l e d by direct nc- K o t i a t m n . .-^kerl the Senate t n d a v to t a k e no action in cnniirctjnn w i t h i t . In a l e t t e r tn Vi.-p T'rc^inPiU H a r k l e v , T r u m a n *..-nrl any Senate action "could : -n aller t h e . s i t u - t i f i n (,r (he attltudf:; n f t h o partivs in thi'i ca.se so ,TS \n r,nuc a b r e a k down in t n e j r t i c g n t i i i t i n n s " Various propot.al-; for i e t i i - i l a t i v e a c t i o n r e l a t r - d t«. the .-.U'f! disput" :ifi before theSenat", wl.ich decided to de|,,y action for the present to give, n e g o t i a t o r s n chanco f rn.ifh n scttk-ment TnmuiM told I'.arkley the negn- t i a t o t : ; may 1«? "on t h e verge" of a s e t t l e m e n t a n d t h a t any a c t i o n which i n t e r f e r e d , would be. tragic. N e g u t i a t o i s i c p r o n o n t i n f j t h e i n d u s t r y and s u l k i n g CIO Stcelwor- «.T:t U n i o n wen; rcpnrtfd on the veige of a compromise t h a t would give l'n? workers a boost in wages a n d n l h e r b e n e f i t s worth about 22 cents an hour per m a n . A Miiirrv rlo^o to t h e peace talk:! In the W h i t e Houso n-porlrd that loday's i n i r l - i i t t c r n o o n meet ing of 1ho three - t n n n n c R o t i a t i n c loams iepre::enlin^ bftth j;iflr-s w;.ir, " l i k e i y lo be c r u c i a l , with a 'ye.-, ut no' answer," Segregation (n Schools An Issue Two Charges Filed Following Accident iy Wi OBSEHVEI A f a m i l i a r name was the loud.spenker S a l u r r i a y · t J n i v o r s i t y commencemer.t -.\er- , . , , . , _, cises, a n d a verv r.otict-alile m u n . A V \ a s h i n g t o n County man war, h l c of .. ohs - , ind .,,,,.,, W P n l two f r o m j) i e crowrl in lii^.orback d i n m . The Oliver "Wendell Holim-s who stepped up to r e c e i v e 1 u , , T, i , ,, . ^. . - -- Ri'oe. liownver. t u i n o d out to 1 I'aul A. Dt-vcr as f a v o i K e :.on and C r:ccr as Floyd Byrd, 5fi, for I-'iiyi-'.'e-.-illo city employe l i v i n g n e a r K n n n : n « t o n . Ryrd is charged w i t h f a i i u r o to yield ihc n.^hl . ar.;l t!r.\v all worn expecifd lo jile;I.ye-l !n_ Sen. Bricn M c M a h o n as a f a v o r i t e 1 son en nd id ate , , , May-chii'viis Democrats chose J!OUKM by I J o l l C G lodn - v 72 del-.-4.--ti.-:-. -- each w i t h a half vnto -- in n r n i i f u s S a t u r d a y at Ho?to!i. All wen? plrdi^d to ('Jnv Dr-ninrr.'. The p AP -. K n f n u v n r nf f o r e.haiRes a i i s i n f i out of a Saturday a f t e r n o o n h i g h w a y accident. He was ' d e r u j f i e d by S h e r i f f Rrucc .rmor ol] , or t n . ( n t h f i j j i . j , EnRl.md autocrat of the hr table. rin-.an. trator, \'ided Nomin i- Sen. K i L - h a n i K. RussoH of ' - f o r W . A v c r c l l H n r - · f m.'il security a d m i n i s - n f - w a y ;md l e a v i n g the scene of U.A. PresJrU-nl ,h,hn Tyi^r Caldi accident. well, after s h a k i n K h a n d s w i t h The s h e r i f f said Byrd swerved and c o n g r a t u l a t i n g the appio.xi- 41.") u n k n o w n and other di- · across t h e center of the highway m a t o l y 650 graduate? v.'ho rncniv- .-nr.onR a down candidate's, and collided w i t h a car d r i v e n l i y - d t s r e e s S a t u r d a y , c o n c l u d f d t h a t i t ion rc(|!iiros l i l f . votes. . K a r l A. U'allen, 20, of Fort Smith, the f a c u l t y had an intero.Minr, t i m e " · * * - ' m i H i g h w a y Hi eiLilit miles west. . w i t h at l o a - t one of t h e d e p a r t i n g ·" "~~ stlldcntj:. A^ she receivfl her di- ri;;ht p i f t for Fa| ploma from Dr. C a l t t w e l l , .she c«m- Police Seire Opium Sine,.ipo:e-i.-t':-Pen:infi police s.'i.-.cd f H H I l . i i n i l worth of opium abo.'id a st.dled l^urmese vessel off t h e M a l a y a n eoa^t yes- t e r d a y . I I was :he hi«yest h a u l of i l l i c i t n a r c o t i c - . :n M a l a \ a since the end of t h e w a r . i«e M.t!: an: ; l accident i yo.-rrs a;{n h a v e been ;md \veiit to t r i a l bef ./rdj;o .Ala i;.in r u : - u n ' l i r n i n p . \.-.lh ;, j m ,- li donee. Mr. ?mri Mr;:. C ' a r l I;obort:'. H m d y \ i l i e soek a t o t a l j i : d i ; n i f i ) t nf S H U J f W :.;;-tinM C)..rar U i l J i k o w - r.I:i nf F a y o t l e v i l h - Ho-ite ]. v.'il- /a.s CUIK.C.OUS u n t i l tho end. ' h k o w ^ k j aHts S'jrj.fJOu a / ; a i n s t Mr i.d Mrs. HnLd-i:; Tho M u t s aro.-:e oiil of a Pep- fiiiber "1, l O f i l . accidei'.t ^;, i i i » n way 4" n;.st in w h ' - n H o h r r t s ' .let-p and \Villiko\v:0'.i';; p i c k u p t i u c k collided he;.d-on. Mi Mrs. Rolioi'l?; a n t ) t h f - i r t v o e h i l - d i e ed::e vili.i: K . u - l l sell I vie sons and a d a : i y h t e r -.e Ins bedside. The f a : m l y too death c a l m l y . · rom the bei'ii.nin;,', his ::?serTor;: "E a f h 'di;,covory enanon^e. 1 some older dojjma. oj- trarl:;io:i, m mistaken bi-lief, or s-uino uiir.fort able bil of i^m.ra therefore. In:; C J K - .strug»los -- ttnt; ;··. t i u e , and ' h r r-tcnr.' others i::a "When free men or c o m i r , r ; , i b ! i v i i h v i , i ; - i Wider Right-Of-Way Than Needed Okay V. !·!(·! ' The dec;-::.,:,, l".;,ho!dil,:; C u t tendon C h a n c e l l o r V,'. I,.- in S m i t h , ·-aal HIM Ihe de|, , i t m c n t roni. t a k e a LT,(l-loo! i r : i,!-.,!· way lor a ,f r. S I l n r h w a - f a c t ;h.,l on]-.- iit is pl,.nned f Turk Commander Killed Inspecting Korea Front ·l'» alion ! despite Hi : foo! p a x el present. The opu and !o--ation is · n e l.inj: t e n . , [f n v i d e i w o u l d Le j i- Check W i t h o u t Funds Reported Cashed Chancellor Cherry Visits In Region · i c i ' i C h e r r y n Truck Rrporlrd A K l i l \iv\ and iis-fulnc: h n m i l i l y t h a m a n ' s r'xis'.c li h he i . ( A d v . ) ' Ki-atulatcd him. Midwest And East Hit By Storms, Eight Deaths Reported, Property Damage Heavy i I Chicn/!o-i/Vi-Tliundrrst(irms and New York In Ot.in, I n ( i i i i n ; i . I l l i - shfiwprs h i t ;irc\'i.s in Iho casli'rn nnis nnd N'orthc'rn M I V . I I I I M Oml- li:i]f ff t h e li.-itina t n i i . i s , ciKlniR cr ;nr in.ivci] f.f.ullii';)f.tw:ir(l ;K M' i s . t h e si-:ison's lir.-t s p f l l "( hot tho Midwest i n l n t h e K;i..tf.,, wo;ithor. U.imalMiK !.l"ims which sl;ilrs. T o m p r r a t u i p s wcrn in I h f strnrlf \\';no .'iro.is in tlic Midwest !)l)s ;md hiKli ROs in M l 0 ^ t f.f 1:!c ;ind F..'ist yeslord.iy .iijsod ;il lr;ist . niid-( n n 1 ; i u n t ;iml K.i:.tl-in s!;i!C!. f i ^ h t dr.dhs ;ind h o . i \ y p r o p r r l y y e s t c n l i i y . d;im.i.';r. I - i \ o f l r a t h s . - ( t l i i h i i t c d tn Tho roolrr wo:aiior o x t r n d o d : w i n d . e]0rtnr;il ;ind r a i n storms over the upper c ; i o ; i t l.;il;cs 10- _'· \vtrr rcpnrlcd in I l l i n o i s :md three Rion, t h e ii|)per Miui.v.ippi V . - i l l r y r i.n.'i liis.,'short '" K r i l - ''·'· He.ny r.un h i t seo- nnd inoM i,t i h c M i s s o u r i V M l o v MVIT t l i i s poiin.l.ii:i' Prims ( o h . l i n n s of I l l i n o i s . IVnn:.yl,vani.i nnd lint w.lrm wi-alhrr ( o n t n n i e d in f.-irm u p In '/. p n i , I i i n i l r r s or f r y - i O h i o . HIP Southern M a t e s and a lone the e, s .dl \\eichl-: il! 'M to .1 lt)s' 2. r i-2f» Today's stomps e x t e n d e d from A t l a n t i r eoast It '"as hot . i i ' . t i n r.^il.s ]h , inoslly ^!."i. Ihe lower Great Lakes and Western t f i d a y in liie f.u . V ' U l h u e r . l . i r . f j r a l coi:i-( pt' Kood h e . i l t l . . 1 1 .lud|;i- l l i ' i n - . in.in o( t i l , . |! ' p o k e - l i r i e f l v . I ·.I'.e K. ('win;'-.. Poultry Market -- The p o u l t r v market today ai re-, ported by Ilic 1,'nnersity o[ Ar- kansn.i I n s l i t u l e of Science «ad Ttehnoinfry and the Hairy and Poultry M a r k e t New; Service of the U. S. D e p a r t m e n t of Afirlcul- Inre. NnrlhwO'-! Aikir.sa. 1 ; m a r k e t , steady, mulerton' 1 .'lir.htly s t r o n g e r . : d o m a n d jinnd, tr.i'iini! a c t i v p , sup. I! YI.-..-II: Springdalc Caravan To Visit Dickson Street The SprmpUe |-o"d · ;i! r.-.r.l- \ a l ) U ' l n r h u - l . ] \ i - i ( ] .,\-i-\\,-\ ;|| ( . and o ! h f - r ].o;nl ; . l u l i e : J .fi to p u l . i i - t-a,- Ihe Kodi-.p ,,'. ll,e O/ati-.s w i l l ··Ifip on l i n k " . i , S I M ' - ! ;is v.-ell as' o n I h e K a v i - t ! i ' . i ! ; i ' S i i ' i a i e . r a i . i \'an o f f i i j a l s a n n o u m - i d v ^ i a v Tiif c a r a v a n i-. · / · h e r t u i e d to ar- r i v e h( ic a h o i i l ', p. in :'fl."The lode., u i l l l , i - I n ! I Formation Of "Fulbright University" In Arkansas Is Proposed I ;!'ie Hock ic: i ' k - n t tod .. rd th.T . I h - ' p o i e o i ;;··. ei Ai^..n:,e a f f i l i a t e a a ' r i l l l . H K h l K l l K C I M t ; . , " amed f o r .1. W i l i i . i m K u l b r i K · d S t a t e s :ci.i.tor f r o m Ai I h e ' I I M K S a n r l t ( i . i / i ' M i - .-.rid A r k it in l . i ' t l e linck. i n.-cMiiion. .I, . of Mini i i i ·I. l . i l l l c l l r i ' k . proM'li'.cd v.'h.'i a "r h a l l c l . ^ m n idr-a tosed l h a t H r - n r l r i x , l / a i : ' . a n i l Arkan.ws * .'.[jofi'-oied hy t h r - I h r i v t . l l . i p t i s ! . anrl Piosl/y C h i l l i t.''S le-.po: I i i n l e j r l c i i f i r n i ; i a t i r i n a l u n i - I j y t e t i a n ) v . i t l i a ' c i i l i . i l admin.'.- l l . i i n i l l o n a l - o i i - n t i ' i a n d l . i c i h t i c s f o r Srn.itor F u l l n ; . l i t K he t e n n e d H e p l o On.n h i t . i . Coi:e;:ci s ·" t , 0 k. ;| i! " X , IS If -V/e h.i-.e .;-·. of M.ite :rho.,!.." "liui run |, n v . ^ t lacked (onu-iUMi MJ|j.n t. Kach *. a HO r,i,t ·! '. t a f f cani.c the rhnr- surnc e.r !·· . l.'irl; ade'|iia!c truinin: of r.tu.iv. "Insk-.td nf ,i Arhr.nl. I plopoM obi, nn an int iinivrsitv s|ons the ihirr (.HIM-, '·!"["··! a - . \ - i e i r i ("i-i',.? H. niiilf. n v.tote. 1! i c M.llc^i.-, ha'.c cli.iin-i c f f o i t and puhlic Si-u.itc u i;:aliv . l luMi'MU lllnfi f or rdncation l.r- ' IKO.K! !i collr-^r.':, in '.cti'ii! the f.inhtH-s for H.iit. ; ;n ir.any [jcld. 1 - Hi i \ ' he n a dr )lo]M)M.itlo]i;tl th' it', · imi.t r f f n i ! to ) n x is t'idenoniin.itM''..'l fi n:r 1 )icd by al ;i\i'.t cd. ("o I h,r. r luentmn- ci .MI.MI .iln I h r o 71. and Hit In r , . i l l r i i He i- ei'liter of l l l . i t U r n - l i M K h l . i l r s d i ^ l . t i i t c h a n g e pi s m e n t . o n - nient;one(l ii"trd l h a t .Senator Fnlhrich I-. .1 l i . i i n e i I t h o d e ^ scholar, ha., · - f r \ c d a: professor nf pi\v and :)·' prc.;.!cn! r.f the | t n i \ c i i t y of Ark , nd is a u t h o r of th ·itcrii.r.ional rducnlinn e\ Ho has nlsn i-er 'f.ivorile son to "Id lie He 01- _ -- ert iBaplnt. Mi'!hr.ili..t -.iiKi'sled t h n ' he n i M l c d to Co]lei;cs nf . i i c M c u l t u i r . hnnip candidate for president of the I/', ·, t j u s i n e . s . e n n n c u i n t ; , S, *' ai I ; and [ c i r m - . - N , cdnc.ilioii, l.iw. H - i n - l l l o n nskecl that n**-spapv s c m i n a i v. iimi tr.irtii.itr w.uk reaik-r: who are Interested in hiS would he cvi,il,!|..hed on Ihe sev- idea send t h e i r NKfOUon^ tg e r a l c.impiisci under th« proposal hini. i

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