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NORTHWEST ARKANSAS riMIS, FoyrttovM*. M*~Jay, JufM f, 1WJ jJOard Increases TOP P °' N T CADET CONGRATULATED U. A. Fees At Meeting Here ' Personals Plans Mode For Nursing School In Little Rock The University Board of Trustees at a commencement meeting , Saturday morning, derided lo in- I crease student fees a! the U n i - ] versity $9 a semester, f r o m $5li ! to $65 because of increased cost i of service. 1 ;. Members reported t h i s ] is the first upward adjustment of lees since World War II. The board, w i t h all but two in attendance, set up an a p p r o p r i a t i o n of ?12,000 for the U n i v e r s i t y to secure an expert c o n s u l t a n t to h e l p in planning a School of Nursing j to be established at the new medical center in Little Rock, which should be completed in two years. To provide students ready 'for a School of Nursing in two years, it will be necessary to h a v e g i r l s s t a r t t h e i r pre-nursmg courses this coming f a l l on the Fayetteville campus. As in the study of medicine, the prc-nursing courses will be taken on the main campus. The board awarded degrees. which were presented at a Saturday evening commencement service at Razorback S t a d i u m . The Pharmacy and Medical schools will have commencement exercises at Robinson a u d i t o r i u m in L i t t l e Rock t h e evening of J u n e 16. with baccalaureate services J u n e I n . Approval of purchase of a lot Paris After Dark- AT WEST POINT, N.T., Cadet Harry L. Van oulstandms radct in this year's graduating class of 529 at t h e VS. Military Acadc.-.iy, is congratulated by Cadet W i l l i a m L. Shields ( l o f t ) ' of Stockton, Calif., a runner-up. Van Trees' ranking was based on lour years of clarsrocrn work. f/titcrnnltonol Soimi/phofn) Vaccine To ImmunizeChicks Against Disease Developed A u b u r n , Ala.-{/Pi - A vaccine* w h i c h immunix.es chickens ' -- .i-i · h , against a disease w h i c h c a u s e s , HOlltlCfll "CflCG Id heavy losses to p o u l t r y m e n was I announced ready for commercial use tod-ay. A l a b a m a Polytechnic I n s t i t u t e s c i e n t i s t s developed t h e i n n o r u l a t i o n against cecal coccid- iosis--severe diarrhea -- t h r o u g h South Korea Sought M r a n d Mrs. Everett S m i t h . U n i v e r s i t y K a m i Ro:id, l i a i l as Bursts, her h r n t h c r - m - ! a w and sister. Mr. and Mix. W. W. D i v e n or K a n s a s C i t y . Mo , and t h e i r son. Woodrov Johnson, if San Francisco, .'alif. Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m T. C a n t of Grand Prairie, Texas, a n n o u n c e · the b i r t h nf a d a u g h t e r . Debor.ih, I .True 7. Mrs. G a n t is the f o r m e r ' Miss M.'inlyn W h i t e h e a d , rl.nich- , ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. W h i t o ' h c a d . Mrs. Whitehead l e f t t o d a y at noon for G r a n d P r a i r i e Pvt. C a l v i n W. \irkcls. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. N i c k e l s of F a y e t t e v i l l e , has r e c e n t l y g r a d u - ated f r o m the general e q u i p m e n t repair course of the Q u a r t e r m a s t e r School at Fort I.ee, Va. Mr. anrt Mrs. H u g h Kent and three c h i l d r e n of W i l l i s Point. Texas were guests of Mrs. lihoda Mhonn, Sunday. A n o t h e r suest was Mrs. K e n t ' F a r m e r , also of W i l l i s Point. Mrs. K e n t is t h e former Mrs. Cora Pearl Mhoon. , Mrs. Sam Freeman of Paris. ; A i k . , M r . a n d Mrs. A l f r e d F.llin^- , ton and d a u g h t e r , A l a n a . of Balt i m o r e , lid.. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hicks and son Jim C a r p e n t e r , Mr. and Mrs. O t t C a r p e n t e r and ron, Terry, of Tulsa. Okla.. anrt Mr. and Mrs. nil! Parks and son, Wayne, of Bentonville, were here fr\- the weekend lo a t t e n d Ibc ] g r a d u a t i o n of Sam Gray at t h e ! | U n i v e r s i t y . W h i l e here they w e r e ' ·· cucsts in the home of Mr. and Mrs.. J. Walter Grav. {Exciting Evening GownTAre New ( -between t h e Sigma Nu and Pi · rcr-oarch v.-hich be^nn in 1947. Dr. Kappa Alpha houses was voted. s. K. Eds.ir, p o u l t r y pathologist, Henry Yocurn of El Dorado was | headed the projod. reelecled c h a i r m a n of the board j Three-day old chickens are Pusan. Korca-i,Ti - The United ___ . N a t i o n s has ur;ed t h e South Ko- i Billy Charles Philh|is. Phillip . l e a n yo » r n m c n t to h a l l its polit- j Mhoon and Louis Tracer, al ical squabbling for 111 days to members of the K a y e t t o v i l l e Chap ease tension the U. N. said is ! ter of the Future Farmers of hreatening the r e p u b l i c w i t h ; America, left w i t h t h e i r a d v i s e r . urnator (jrumblin "How could the people ttiD.mt from ;m elected dof catcher or · r o u n t y rlerk?" That's '-asy. senator. Every pub- lif nttir? would have its own c*m- un r i n h r m - ^ r o m sheriff on up. .j would wear on your chat ir.f.p ribbon? for all the offices i h;ivp hwn elected to. If you f* srrvini; your sixth term in S f - n f i t e . you would wear a «*n- i:,l i ihbnn w i t h five oak leaf f ^ r s . A voter rould view your t a n d know your whole lotif hc.ii'ir^hlo p u b l i c career. AJ it n-,f. you have to keep remind- him. f f R rrm.unK only one prob- W h a t about a uniform for a 'n Mr, v. hn runs for office and r h f - ;md r: n Th- only t h i n j ? t h a t comes to m t i i r ! is ;i :^ijjt. of sackcloth and a n-yinR towel, cdficd in black. Construction Bonds · increase is Allowed j I . i i t l e Rork-'fl'.-The state Bourd "f Rdur.itmn today authorized an inrrr-.iM- in construction bond* lor F A y c t t c u l l c District I from 1171).3,'in to SSiin.noo. The board rwlert- rd M a r t i n n i r d of F.arle aj ch«ir- iran ,i»l Means Wilkinson of C r r r n w n n i l at vice chairman. CHOKED .,£ GAS? T H A N K H r . A V R N a i M o i n d a M i i o n When t t . l«hl-u -if.-}. r o r i i a i n w i t h a place to .'tow his car keys, «tU C *l.ftJu.rt«M rik*«. uk* Btll-.tw Iht fftiUit^fltlaf ton Jnr ihe «lltf M lUr dljtr*«§. 3*4. for a second term, and R a y m o n d | ,, lvt , n the vaccine and in 28 d a y s ' c h a o s . Cecil E. 'Myers to a l t c n d t h e :'Mh Orr of P o r t S m i t n was reelected | 1hcv a r o c o m | ) ] e ( c iv immunized. Tll e V. X. proposal was handed a n n u a l convention of the A r k a n said. Field 'be g o v e r n m e n t last n i g h t . It al vice chairman, also for term George Makris New President Of U.A. Alumni Association sccon " ! the" announcement tests in A l a b a m a . Georgia a n d . suggested t h a t President · Mississippi i n v o l v i n g more t h a n , l n a n Hhce l i f t m a r t i a l la · 60,000 chickens showed losses as 'his temporary c a p i t a l low as two birds out of .\000 when they were protected. The API release said the cost of t r e a t m e n t is iow since only a s m a l l a m o u n t of vaccine is need- i ed for young chicks, compared 1 w i t h the u s u a l m e d i c a t i o n for · birds four to eight-weeks old. right to elect i h e president he l a k en from the Assembly and R i v e n to the people. He also \vanls a Iwo-house Cohere^ i n s t e a d of the present u n i c a m e r a l Asscniblv. crisis brought on by n q u i c k e n i n g io. l o u r 10 i'ij;:u-\\ CI-KS om. °f t h e long feud between Rhec The A u b u r n procedure docs not ' ;m(i a m a j o r i t y of t h e Assembly. University A l u m n i Association : r e t a r d the rate of growth, it was Rhee. is demanding t h a t Ihe cff'cers elected Saturday were j claimed. George Makris, Fine B l u f f , p r c s l - i · dent; Mrs. W. U. Price, president of the Women s D i v i . i o n , El Ur- Dfllifp IntPHtifv ^P^ffH ado. first vie* prciioent; am. D r . ; K U I I t C '""eijliy JCdrtH Eugene Crawley. L j t U e Hock, sdc- . ,,,. . . , ond vice president fflF 1111110!$ lIHOCr Nine :mw d.rtc'.o.-s weru named to the Ivj.ir I, ii'.duding R. :?. \ Springfield, Tll.-Wi-Ktafe police . C h a m b e r l a i n , . M a l - e i n , one jv.ir i n t e n s i f i e d t h e i r search today for term. Those named to serve for j the ''blue phantom' 1 g u n m a n of three years are Louis R a m s a y , the Illinois h i g h w a y s as the n u m ' Pine B l u f f ; Emmctte G a i t h n g h l , . ber of motorists fired upon in Jr., El Dorado; Kdwin G i l l i i a n d , ' two weeks mounted to 13. Texarkana; J. B. E w a r t . R u s s e l l - ' Twn motorists reported yester- ' ville; Clifford S. B l a c k b u r n , ; day t h e y had been the targets of ' N o r t h L i t t l e Rock; Mrs. Thomas i" 1 ' mysterious gimiian. Both es- Harper, Fort Smith; Mrs. G o v a n l e a p e d w i t h o u t i n j u r y . Burke. M a r i a n n a ; John EricKsun, ' ^ n o shootings, f i r s t reported Washington, D. C. I t w o weeks ago. h a v e been labeled At the coffee given by the Wo- ' t l l L wnr| - : of ° "'"I;" 1 p h a n t o m " men's Division in Iloicomhe l a ! l sas Association nf the Future Syng- Farmers of America at Southern | f r o m ' . S t a l e College in M a g n o l i a , today . , and rr- I h r o u g h Wednesday. They are lease 11 n a t i o n a l ascmblymcn held c a n d i d a t e s for the Stale Farmers · on charges of conspiracy a g a m r ! dorroc. an award l h a t is made b y ' t h e government. i h e S t a l e Association a n n u a l l y t o ! The I.'. N. Commission on the the upper two percent of its mom- U m f i c a t i o n anrt R e h a b i l i t a t i o n of bership. Korea is seeking a solution to the ; By HAL HOYLE | N e w Yiuk-i/Pi-The trouble w i t h o u t f i t t e d j n ne,.| w h i l e h a i r s h i r t s politicians today isn't t h a t Kiev ;| nd service i b l e b l u e serge :,uitv all sound a l i k e . I t ' s t h a t t h e y a l l ''"'·''' "' t l l r S( ' ; " W l 1 h » « nnl1 Ki'.TI" dress a l i k e . The aver.-.ge p o l i t m a n ".' s:illt "? , | M ! M ' I . Vou could t e l l looks so much l i k e any i . i . l m a r v "' '''"' v """'hevrons on t h e i r man vou can't even t e l l lie is r u n - · lilci ' v e\ j u s t ;i- you now can t e l l ning for o f f i c e u n t i l he opcm ]o; i' c^'Pora! f i o : n a sergeant. To m o u t h . Then it's too l a t e . , . . l i u i k l prid" of MM-VICP i-arh h m c m i - c i a l n i i u h ! he fii'i m i l t t M t ' i UV;M a 'ars he had b.vii in Ins p n : t . not u n i f o n n s for p o h t i c i a n s V Km.,. I(M |^'" ' V °" '"" 1 ' k : ' 1 h i ' : ''"' man n p m t l i k e n u n i f o r m . So \ v h Politician-; hrl p j t i l y JD p o u p i w of pui-]ilf\ t h f I r i n v . r l t v . Thrjr l \if l ; i s | f f u l l y 1i i Mink'.' No, no. no I'olitici.-in;: nf t h power u-nuIH Inuk fek-luni; vntcrs in a t,, K ; i ,f \ v h i t o . h y m t ) r l of p u n l v . w i t h n ;mn\\ m i l d s i n r nf hnpr- hl;i!niu-rt ov.-i t h " h o n r t . I C.MI h n . i l S O i l M ' ( J l l l f f n|f| (.'. S. r i K i M K t o t h e uld \vp;ir a tnjjn i i t m n n l colnr nf Jts m i ^ h t evrn iiuvl w i t h f l i i . M;iylc r - i m u i r - , p a r l v out of Color Plan MI WITH Saturday morning, Mrs. \Vrbb W i l l i a m s of F a y c t t c v i l - e \v a s elected secretary. The University Endowment ' and Trust Fund, lnr. T elected liil! Carruth of Chicago as president; J. C. Gibson, Fort Smith, vice cause most of the victims said they were fired upon by Ihe occupant or occupantr, of ;i d a r k b l u r automobile. Faubus \amed To Office Springfield. Mo.-,/P)-()rvaI Faubus of H u n t s v i l l c , Ark., is Ihe new U l i r d v i c p Pi'^idcnt of the 35th president; M r . Gibson a n d H a r r v · · - . . . . _ Shipley, Jr., of Fort Smith di- D l v l s l o n Assorialion. O f f i c e r s were rectors. ; elected at the close of the jrroup's . . I annual reunion here S a t u r d a y . Luxury Pawnshop Opened | Paris-'-ifPp-The first " l u x u r v " pawnshoii was opened today in ' smart new premises off t h e Champs Elysces. It is intended for c l i e n t s wishing lo hock items w o i t h SI 15 and up. Births Mr. nd Mrs. Georcc A. Cearhart Mr. and .Mrs. George A. Gearhart announce the b i i t h of a .'on at the Washington County H o ^ p . t a l June 9. Mr. and Mrs. Ilcrsrhrl A. Blaylock | Mr. and Mrs. Herschel A. B l a y lock of Fayetteville a n n o u n c e the birth of a daughter, J u n e 8, at the County Hospital. . Air Vice Marshal Of England Missing Londnn-l/Pi-Scarch has been abandoned f o r A i r Vice M a r s h a l David F. W. A t c h e i l e y , 19, one nf ' B r i t a i n ' s f a m o u s " f l y i n g twins," I who disappeared S a t u r d a v on a . jet f l i g h t from Sue/ to Cyprus. · T h e Air M i n i s t r y said search bv | ; British. U.S., T u r k i s h , and I s r a e l i ' Air Force planes had failed to t u r n up a trace nf Atcbcrley, t h e · R A F commander in the Suez C a n a l Zone. Atchcrley and hs t w i n b r o t h e r i · Air Vice M a r s h a l R i c h a r d Atcher- · lev. commanded n l g n t f i g h t e r ' s q u a d r o n s in World War I I . Their · progress t h r o u g h the r a n k s of t h e I ; RAF had matched, step by slop. ; Richard now r commands a f i g h t e r i group in England. 3,400 Reported Killed Hong Kong-i/Pi-Tho independent Chinese newspaper Wall Kill 1 Yat Po today said t h e Chinese i Communists have put to death 3,- 1 '100 j a i l e d Chinese N a t i o n a l i s t . Army officers since May 20. L i t t l e Rock--'/pi-The w a l k o u t of . Ridcway fn VisTl'lta!" union switchboard opcratois a t . Paris - (/Pi - Gen M a t t h e w n the Southwestern Rell Telephone . Ridgway's h e a d q u a r t e r s an- i Company exchange here ended nonnced today the supreme A l l i e d j yesterday. . - Qtgj, commander w i l l visit I t a l v for Company o f f i c i a l s said the op- three days b e g i n n i n g J u n e IS erators returned to work at fi a. · | m Sunday, without notice. The Travel Ban Instituted walkout concerned seniority ri»hts Jerusalem i/P.-The government of a woman employe, o f f i c i a l s derided today to ban all Ira-el in said, and no n o t i f i c a t i o n of the p r i v a t e cars on I s r a e l s S a b b a t h ' _slnke was posted. and one other dav in the week everybody love.; a u n i f o r m , w h v not also create one for buri'.-ni- crats. loo 1 .' I t M n u l i l p e p t h e m u p . B u r e a u c r a t s a i c g e t t i n g t h idea nobody r e a l l y loves lh"m onv more. M a n y people in g o v e r n m e n t l i f e now wear uniform-:---such as policemen, firemen, membn;:; of 1|,,. armed forc"s, garbage c M l N r t o j ; : a n d d i p l o m a t s r e a d i l y i d e n t i f i e d b v To s l a m n him even d e a l e r , each b i n e a i l c r a t m i g h t wear a m e t a l lapel I ' n i b l e i n d e n o t i n g h i s b l a n c h of I'.overnmr-nl. For example, a n . i n i a l u r e enr of corn for the Dep a r t m e n t of A g r i c u l t u r e , a p i n tree f o r t h e N r . l i o n a i I ' . u k Seiv:co, a p a i r of p l i e r s for the Labor l i e . p n r t i n i - n t . a d o l l a r sign for Hi Some Causes of Chronic Ailments FREE BOOK -- Exp.oini Dangin Of «.lnt«d Ailm«nH Peace Treaty Between Japan And India Signed Tokyo-f^i-.lapan and India today concluded ;i |)i!;n:i' lre;jty, the . Japanese Mini.sliy of Foreipn A f ~ ' f a i r s a n n o u n c e d . It w n i v e ? . reparations c l a i m s a c a i i i f t Japan, i I n d i a did not sipn ( h f peace treaty approved by -53 n a t i o n s in San Francisco l.'ist September. . She opposed its provision t h a t . United States troops r e m a i n in J a p a n ;is a security force against C o m m u n i s t aggression. . Phone Operators Work Again In Little Rock N a t u r a l ! , - you would h a v e !,-, ' IVrl'iaps a r-timi lo the old have d i f f e i e n l ui-.iform,; to d i : - : m - llonian tnj'a ,.· r ; d l c - i for The ·,,..·, glllSh I h / w rlri'twl to nffic,; ,-nd if a Mmpl,. rla,5, r ,.;, rm e,,t , icr tho.se a p p o i n t e d to t h - i r jobs. Ail m d m n i t y . Sew in a few i n - I H i - bur^ancra!". /or example, m . g h t he- |.o,"kets and provide t h e p o l i t i c i a n l.''..rn the serious n . , t u i e nf I ' l h ' S . Fi'tul.'., Colon, Slnmnc-li :ind' to; a niF.K copy of a -lo-pape i l - ; l u s t r a t e d bi.ok. T h o r n t o n * M i n o r ! H i i s p i M I . Suile fi7L'. ail K. L i n - ; u-nod. K a n s a s City .1. Mo. '' Mr. and Mrs. Houston : r. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Housloh P. Patterson, of Stilwell. Okla., a n n o u n c e tha birth of a on, June 8, at t h e . County Hospital. i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dr\Vitt Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeWitt of Fayetteville announce I h e h i r t h : of a son, June 8, at the City ! Hospital. ' , i Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moon '' Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moon of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son, June R, at the Cily Hospital I HEARTBURN? Almo*T inflMntly 11 'MS *tt rii) of rxrPM fldoV-- relict* R**, hmrtniirn, -iiomnth- ·fin rlnr rrt »rid inHiftfMJon. VPI TI'MS fotktoin no hic«rhonjiif 10 o\er-»lk»li;e nr MUIC iicid rrhoumi. Mini}-. Plcnunt- ' * . .Still only toe. Grand Canyon, Arizoni Land of Pueblos, New Mexico California all three on one trip Visit .ill these western wonderlands on your Santa Fe trip to or from California. You'll marvel at the grandeur that is Grand Canyon ... thrill to the enchantment of Land of Pueblos . . . enjoy the big city sights and scenic splendor of California. Ask your Santa Fe man how to see all three on your Santa Fe vacation. 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