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PAGES TODAY 10 Read by ow 25,000 Daily IOCAI FOtKAST-- vicinity partly 'omorrow F»yfftttvlll* and vicinity cloudy and warm lonl^h* Te partly cloudly with ic*M«r»ri ihowrr probmbly. Hl(h temperature yesterday 91. low 7T: noo.i ud«y 47, Sunr.3e ft o,', sunset ? 33. Interest Is Tfce Fjr*f Concern Of Tfcfs Newspaper - . /OLUME 90, NUMBER 274 Leased Wire FAYETTIVIUE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1952 AP, King and NEA fwtur.i .. PRICE FIVE CENTS Two Are Honored Reds Murder 15 Fellow Prisoners On Koje And Then Give Up To Allies Leaders Seized And Placed In Isolation Cells s Compound Lively To Resist, Rumors Say; U. S. Troops Ready Kftje Island, Korea - f/P)-Com- , tnunist prisoners of war in Compound 77 murdered 15 fellow POWs in a night of terror, then : surrendered to United Nations j troops today for dispersal to | smsllef stockades. American guards seized seven o f , the compound's leaders after thu \ group had been shifted. The Red' 1 leaders were put in isolation cells. · Other Red prisoners in a centra"' exercise ground of the new en! closure then refused to return to their compound, but sullenly com- j plied when a company of American troops rushed up. . A leader of prison pon 66--hold- ; ,. ing 2,700 North Korean officers. and 650 enlisted men -- was; Charles F. Nebin, who started in county agent work in 1914 in South shown the shambles of compound ! Carolina, and came to Arkansas in 1928 where he served in Fulton 7G where the Reds resisted dis-1 County, and Leland Bunch who came to Arkansas in 1917 from Ken. persaK But American guards said! lucky and served in Jackson County for 25 years, were honored last throughout the day they heard; night by the Arkansas County Agents Association at a banquet held "" '·' '" ' ·- · -- i fll t h o Washington Hotel. Joe Hardin of Grady was speaker at the banquet. Ncbin is retired and lives at Salem, and Bunch operates a 700-:crc farm at Aubergne, Ark. Extension Agents In Sessions Here, New Officers Elected By H-D Representatives J.D. Mills Of Springdale Is Killed In Crash Tafl-Hariley Law Lett Seizure Appeal /s Beaten Car, Truck Collide on Highway 68 No Added Powers To Send Troops Abroad In Treaties Near Siloam Springs ' A Sprinydale about 7:35 this morning in the collision of his automobile and a truck on Highway 68 a mile east of Siloam Springs. John Dewey Mills, 53, an em- p'oye of the Ozark B' lane Company of Siloam Springs, died as the result of a broken neck, State fhf f trutr^ T a^ OCC Zne°d f Lynch of Siloam Springs, Route 3, suffered minor injuries. Trooper L. V. Jones said both j vehicles were traveling west. | with Mills' 1951 model sedan behind -the truck, when the truck traveled across the highway in an attempt to turn around. The car struck the left side of the truck. Mr. and Mrs. Lynch were taken to a Siloam Springs hospila'. where they were treated fo.- bruises and shock. Both were released later this morning. Surviving are Mills' wife,-Mrs. Rosalie Langham Mills of Springdale; two sons, Galen W. Mills ! of Tulsa, Okla., and Jcrrel D. Mills | stationed in Bermuda with the Navy: one daughter, Mrs. Joe C. Holcombc of Fayetteville; o n e Washington -(/Pi- Secretary of j lias .such authority when the d i s - 1 is a peace contract between the man was killed i State Acheson testified today the \ P a ' cn of 'he troops would advance , U n i t e d States, U r i t i i i n . France and treaties to bring Western Germany into the anti-Commui.ism military alliance do not in any way add to the president'; powers to send American troops abroad. the security ol the United States, j Western Germany. The other is a The question was raised by Sen- I protocol in which Western Ger- ator Hickenloopcr ( R - I a ) who said I ninny Issiimes the obligations ol a it was of "vital concern to the member ol the North A t l a n t i c American people." Treaty Organization. NATO. Achesfin told the commit.ce yes- Acheson was testifying for t h e . However he stated to the Ser« e l se TM" d d ^ ° n lh! two documents j tcrday t h a t prompt ratiricjtion "by jiowever, nesiaiea t o t n e b c n i . c l W h l c h hc is ul . gjnB lhc Smale (l) ,,,,, Unllp ,| sil , tcs w H , encnur . ]K1 ,, foreign Relations Committee his j approve quickly as a spur to slmi- j those nations which look to the 'revious vicw t h a t the president I lar action by Allies abroad. One I United SLUM for leadership Panel Retains Regulations On Wages, Prices Votes To Drop Controls On Real Estate, Credit General Says He's Warned Nor TO Talk In Delegation, No Congressmen Washington-^) - The House Banking Committee voted Los Angelos-Wj-Maj. Gen. Dan- ! lei H. Hudelson, who created a ' furor upon his return from Korea by saying the Reds can overrun · I United Nations forces there, says ! I the Army has warned him further I public statements should be released through regular m i l i t a r y ' channels. ' j The reserve officer who commanded California's 40lh Division! today j'" Korea, said that he was tclc- Soys Arkonsans Will Be Pledged To Senator Fulbright Truman Likely To Invoke Terms Of Labor Law Effort To Resume Steel Production Expected Soon * V/.iihinglon - t/P» - Top government o f f i c i a l s said today President Truman probably will turn now to the Taft-Hrirtlcy Uw, which ho loathes, in an effort to get the steel mills back into production. The Senate, unmoved by Tru- 1 man's pcrsonnl appeal for special I seizure power::, held against any 1 alternative other than Tait-Hart- Neither Oov. Sid McMath nor any member of the state's con- brother,c. W. Milis Springdale for a f u l 1 ' car ' s extension of wage, I P honcd yesterday by Gen. W i l l i a m j gr!;EE |onal delegation will be f o r B - Kcan ' c o m · · · ' · · , . . four sisters, Mrs Roy Arthurs oi I pricc and rent controls, and 'Springdale, Mrs. Leonard Daven- j dropping all controls over real cs- considerable hammering in 66, an indication the POWs were shaping crude weapons. American paratroopers found eight POW bodies still oozing blood in a - w e l l in compound 77. i Later a ninth body doubled up in I an oil drum was discovered in the | same well. | Vivr bodies were f found i n ' trenches and another in an aban- j doncd well. One victim's hands! were tied behid his back. Othfrt] LJ-.I i^^tv/ had been beaten and ropes were · F l U I K J U y taut around the necks. Anti-Reds Escape Twipnty anti-Red prisoners scaled barbed wire fences during the " night. They said Red- leaders had planned to kill them. j The 6,288 North Koreans in the Tokyo-(/Pj-The elders of Futa- compound were the third s uch! kawa Village on Western Honshu 'group to be dispersed to 500-man | Island have decreed a holiday fo port of Vinita, Okla., Mrs. Ruth | Doan of Culia, Texas, and Mrs. J. Benson of Delano, Calif., and one half-sister. Miss Ethel Mills. Funeral arrangements under the direction of the Callison-Sisco Funeral Homo are incomplete. Holt, McMath Announce, Formal Opening Dales I-itlle Hock-IOT-The race for t h e Democratic gubernatorial nomination began to pick up . ., . . , speed today as two of the five The county agents, their assist- ·, cand idales lor the nomination ants, home demonstration agents | Jack HoU and Govcrnor McMath, ?', ld .J. hC ; r s S a _ nt J' a "lTM"^ C , r . S announced the dates for the (or- Women Calls of the Extension Service staff in Arkansas, are meeting at the Uni[ versily in annual session. About ! 300 persons are attending the in- U/ n r L, ! service training sessions. Y Y U I I X mal opening of their campaigns. Holt said he would officially begin his second bid for the"~office in MacArthur Park in Little Rock June 21. Henry Woods, campaign manager for the governor, confirmed previous reports that McMath would hit the stump in Pine compounds in Brig. Gen. Haydon j women on the 15th of each month. T.,. Boatner's campaign for uncon- j Men will cook, wash and do oth- tested control over "the POWs. . cr household chores. , officers -Thurs Prisoners in compound 95 today j There's one catch: The women; ^HisM T^ R ave up the bodies of cipht POWs ! are expected to use the time to: a a mgm " J n e nom ° flflinonstr n killed in an April 10 riot. A small j "elevate thoir cultural standards.", ftroup of prisoners accompanied i * I the bodies to a prisoner cemetery , , _ , ° u 'f * 'e compound. | Deviations From Zoning The 6,400 Reds in compound 76 i a i* The programs ope ned Monday morning and will continue through Friday. The County Home Demonstra- j Bluff's baseball park June 28. tion Agents Association and the | Holt also announced that ffls County Agents Association a r e ; drive-in headquarters in Little meeting here also. The c o u n t y ' " ' · --- - ; elected last night. The officers were named: Mrs. Jean Frisbie of Warren, 'president; Mrs. Margaret Brown- --first to be dispersed--fought for two and one-half hours yesterday before being subdued by 750 tough paratroopers from the 187th Airborne combat team. Thirty- one Reds were killed in the fight. The Army said seven wounded POWs had- died since, boosting the death toll to 38. A news survey showed about 150 prisoners were wounded. One American bled to death af- Granted field of Fayetteville, first vice president; Mrs. Kffie Rogers, Newport, second vice president; Mrs. Ati jrust a Merryman, Little j Rock, third vice president; Miss Ola Mae Waltoili M t I d a ^^ m e e t i n g yesterday afternoon, I taryi and M]SS Evelyn Severson of two deviations from the ' B en ton treasurer m , . , ,. , The Board of Adjustments, Ola Ma 1 pany to build a sub-station in an ! alley behind the Central Method- '· ist* Church. The members also 1 ter being stabbed by a crude pris- granted a request by Herbert i nortnwcs , on spear. Fourteen other Ameri- Lewis, Jr.. Ed Brooks and Bill j tonville cans were injured slightly. | Terry for permission to erect a Mice n Tell Of Murders ; golf driving range on North Col- I east--Miss Esther Tennyson. For- l rest C i t y ; northeast--Mrs. Mary ndrum of Marion; southwest-Jenny Belts, Texarkana; -Miss Mabel King, Ben- Rock will be opened Sunday. A five-county rally for the Harrison native wil be held by his supporters in Searcy Saturday night. New Mexico Cell Guard Found Slabbed To Death Santa Fe, N. M. -UP)- A guard at the New Mexico penitentiary was found stabbed to death today in a tier of cells which housed new arrivals and prisoners being disciplined. Assistant Warden Morris rams said an unarmed tate and consumer credit. The present defense production i act--the basic controls law-- ex- j pires June 30. Knocking out real estate controls would mean the end of the government's present "regulation ommandlng general at.'delegate to the national ... here and "re- i cr.-itic convention In Chicago, Within hours the Senate defeated three plant seizure pronosals, two of which had tacit White House blessing, and wrote into the controls bill the request to use the Tail-Hartley lav/. The margins were decisive, but administration Demo- | forces planned one last major effort today to put across a new the minded that there was "a policy on j Arkansas Gazette said today.' seizure amendment. They conced- w h l c h ' =hould bo General Hudclson plans to return to his job as an oil firm executive. As for his earlier statement t h a t 1 hc believes the UN forces cannot The Gazette also reported that ed in advance they probably will the Arkansas delegation to the j take another beating, presidential convention will be ! No Strike PerloU Defeated pledged to U. S. Sen. J. William Fulbright as a "favorite son" candidate for president. The Little Rock newspaper Senator Maybank (D-SC), who has been at odds with the White House, announced he also would Week. Consumer credit controls, which regulated down payments on automobiles, radios and many other items, were suspended recently. The House committee's decision, if finally approved by Con- fcnfcE, would- mean they could not be reimposed. - j In other important. actions, the committee: I. Stipulated that the support prices for six basic agricultural commodities -- corn, wheat, cotton, peanuts, tobacco and rice -- shall not be less than 90 per cent 0 fj a Ra"ist Tuck Bishop, the fugitive parity. Present law allows them to | convict from State Opens In Trial Of Bishop Jury Selected In Utah Proceeding Tooclc, Utali-OP)-The prosecution today was to present its case Rock Friday to name 22 convention ·delegates and 32 alternates. I In recent years the Arkansas ! delegations have not been pledged I to specific candidates in the na' tional conventions. The Ga/.ctte said it also learned finds that it won't work. Maybank had sought yesterday to write into the bill a section to provide a 120-day no-strike^ period, then permit seizure of the plants with the workers' pay frozen at pre-disputc levels and the gov- that the Arkansas delegation will | eminent obligated to pay tho be supported on a sliding scale ! charged varying from 75 to 90 per cent. I murder. 2. Denied the administration's! terday a; Arkansas with first who is degree ! be bound by the unit rule for it» ; 22 convention vote*, as in the ;!»«,.and thai a large Mgment-of ! ihc delegation will consist of mem- E jc-rs of the State Democratic Committee. Most observers had expected that Senator Fulbright and possibly two or three of the five unopposed companies .. "just cotrmcnsallon" for use of the plants. It .was re- ]«Ud M to 12. The Senate knocked down 52 to 28 an amendment by Senator Monronoy ID-Okla) for 80-day seizures which Congress could prolong, but which would permit pay raises for the workers based . ,,., , , ---"·-- me neicgauon. although t was ox- A Jury was selected yes- pcct(!d ( h a t Scn Joh « L M . CIe ,_ istrft C ° P " ' i l a n ' Arkansas' senior U. S. sena- t court tori ,., ou |j no( |, c a delegate. Merc is charged und?r the, ! Carl B. Anderson and Is I of the fatal shooting of ] declared by law to bVf'alr to'both i Douglas ' 34 ' in " b " n khouse at a farmers and consumers. It is cal- mine near Ophir April 5. Sheriff culated by a formula taking ac- Fay Gillette said the shooting fol- congressmen would be included in I O n any rise in the cost of living in- requcst for restoration of the pow- | er to impose livestock slaughter- j __ ing quotas. form mm!t- n-h Dlst ."". v - uu "- itor, v.'ould not i n a m f T r ' , iTl ,, , tho ] Clelian ,| ,, pomlcl)1 foc of Gov . I name of Carl B. Anderson and is crnor McMath, whose friends Parity, as the term is used for I nccuscd °' 'he fatal shooting of ] a majority of the Slate Cor farm commodity prices, is a price ! ^ m c f Dougherty, j)3,^ and Ben j t cc . To Plan Convention The Gazette said t h a t the committee Friday will ( 1 ) vote not to refund any ballot fees of unopposed or withdrawn candidates count of prices of things farmers buy and consequently varies with changes in those prices. Members of the House Committee were hopeful of completing their bill tomorrow. A controls extension bill, drafted by the Senate Banking Com- lowcd^a drunken quarrel. Bishop fled Arkansas while Christmas furlough from the state prison farm, where he was serving life after four men were killed dex, Then, by a 47 to 32 margin. It rejected one by Senator Humphrey (D-MInn) limited to the steel plants. This sought to permit seizure until settlement is reached and allows the workers a pay raise set by a fact-finding board. The usc-the - Taft - H a r t l e y amendment, sponsored by Senator whose names will not appear on ] the ballots; (2) appoint a group of it:; ov/n members to arrange for in Springdale, Ark., January 17,! the Arkansas Democratic Con- 1943. mittee, is now under debate in the Ab-; Senate. It calls for extending cell | wage, price and credit controls fo; Two POWs who escaped f r o m ' lege Avenue opposite the north compound 77 told stories of mur- · end of the Veterans Hospital ders during.the night. American · grounds. The permit, however, is guards outside the compound said | temporary in the sense that the they had heard the screams in- · lease cannot change hands, sicte. : · -The two prisoners led officers to tents where they said five men disappeared and to a burning rubbish heap where they said two bodies were buried in oil drums 10 to 12 feet underground. I North Korean Col. Lee H a k ! Cordor.sville, Va.-(/P)-A torna- Koo, a compound 76 leader now j do that r.imn down out of the Blue j set off a blistering fire visible for in solitary confinement, told an i Ridge M o u n t a i n s caused damage j 50 miles, interrogator he thought Boatner I totaling more t h a n $100,000 in this It was not immediately known ! Damage Caused By Tornado In Virginia member of the Executive Committee. Gas Pipeline Explodes, : Shakes Houses In Texas keeper, Filemon J. Ortiz, 54, h a d ; eight months, until March I, 1953. been stabbed in the chest and j The Senate bill has become a that traces of blood and other ev- ; vehicle for debate over the »teel idence indicated he had been : crisis with numerous amendments about 40 feet along the offered to Weal with it. Chairman Spence (D-Ky) told · floor. Walkout At Parleys Approved By Clark Munsan, Korea-W'j-The Korean armistice talks resumed today with the Communists protesting in Koje Island accusations that . ,,--. three-day walking in the Byrd amendment, out by the United Nations delega- adopted by the Senate yesterday.! lion. 5 Ucn. Mark Clark. U. N. Far . . . . . f , I " J . - - . - ~ , *~ m m , / f t u t u J I C V V f J l U U U S I I e U ' A pocket knife was found on. r c p 0 rtcrs there was no discussion and repeatinc old the cell house captain's desk. in the House Committee of writ- j brought about a Three Red-Built Planes Downed Over Korea | Battle Casualties In Dawn, Texas-(./P)-An explosion e. , « - , _ . on the El Paso natural gas pipe- . , Sco , uI ; Korca-M)-U. S. Sabre line near this Texas Panhandle! Jf l pll ° ts reported they shot down , town today shook houses here and i 'I 1 TM 0 R " ss ' a "-b«'lt MIG-15 jet ] was bluffing when he said would move the prisoners force if necessary. · he i Orange County town late yester- by whether anyone was injured. There was an unofficial report that leaders of one compound hold- day. The twister toppled scores o f ! The explosion was four miles Korea Still Climb Washinglon-On-Announccd U. fighters today near Sinuiju on the j S. battle casualties in Korea Yalu River border between Korea j reached 109,712 today, an increase and Manchuria. The U.S. Fifth Air of 553 since last week. Force said the three were among | · seven that tangled with 12 Sabres ! ActresV Home Entered trees, many of them huge oaks,! south and four miles'east of Dav.-n. ^.'he Fourth Fighter-J_ntcrceptoi ' Los Angelcs-W-Burglars ran- shattered windows, knocked over, There were no buildings within " ' """ """ power lines and left the commun-' three-quarters ol a mile of the lots. Adjournment PUni DeUyed The Senate seemed sure to get more bf the same today, and the heat of this argument alone vcntion in Little Rock; and ( 3 ) i threatened to throw plans for an Rive the county committees t h e ' early-July adjournment of Con- rcsponsibiiity of determining gresi into a rocked hat. On the whether tiller and nicknames of next scheduled seizure amcnd- candidatcs will appear on the bal- ment, proposed by Senator Mor»c (R-Ore), administration forces spread word the amendment "is ; not displeasing to the White House." Somewhat similar to Monroney's it would provide for a 60- day seizure which Congress could veto or prolong, permit pay in- Marked Tree, Ark.-.VlVAtty., creases for the workers and allow Gen. Ike Murry proposed here to- the government to deduct from day that a special session ti the . "just compensation" to the owners legislature be called to n p p r n p r i - . all or part of profits earned in the Murry Proposes Special Session Of Legislature East commander, told t h e t o p R e d -,, . . . commanders he f u l l y approved the | e Si.'KIO.OOO for h i g h w a y con- period a strike was averted. Morse caught i stru ction. The money rc',roents a said it probably would be beaten, i r o u g h t ' * Jontl ' ssuc vot -'l at a '.pod;-.! i-loc- Monroney said he thought so. too, walkout which obviously tho Reds off balance and br ,,... protests from them. tion in 19lll) but whL-h tnf- 1951 In a letter delivered to North legislature did not specifically Korean Gen. Kim II Sung and appropriate. In the ahsi-m- · of an Chinese Gen. Peng Tch-huai, appropriation the mo.iey cannot Clark wrote: ' be .spent. "Delegates of the United Nations ! M u r r y , a candidate for gov- Command have endured for many j ernor, declared the situation de- days your maliciously false charg- j veloped because Gov. Sid Mc- es based on distortions and h a l f ! Math and the Highway Commis- Ing 6,000 North Koreans have told I ity without lights most of last! scene. authorities they will not resist dis- nifiht. '· persal. Breakup of the island's 17 The blow pulled loose a large liig compounds holding 80.000 ririvc-in theater movie screen and ' POWs is expected to take abouti hurled it all the way across State; " days- Route 221. biiilriincs within i W i n B ' E 'B nlocn other MIGs were sacked Joan Bennett's Bel Air'"'^ 1 -' presented in plenary sen- I sion failed to ask the General As'" the flight. home early yesterday but took j sion3 on 'y ' or propaganda p u r - 1 scmbly for authority to spend the United Nations ground troops. : nothing of value, police reported. I P° sts - Their patience at all times j borrowed money. "Even now," ; using bayonets and grenades, beat i The actress' jewelry had been re- I h a s bccn commendable. The m a n ; M u r r y added, "the Highway Com- , . . ] back 200 Chinese Reds striking at moved to a bank safe deposit I n o r '" v ' hlcn '"^ h a v e conducted | mission is disregarding a state law ' : ' u ' hor "' lnc '·"*·'· TM\pea lean . a hill on the Korean Western vault when she went to Chicago negotiations meets with my f u l l , when it proceeds to award con- but we'll make a fight for it." After hearing the president. Republican and Southern Democratic senators joined forces to write into the anti-inflation defense prKluction act nn official "request" that Truman invoke at once the labor relations law he had just denounced as "unfair, h a r m f u l ami futile " Taft Leads Opposition Sen. Tlobert A. Taft of Ohio, co- Dollar Road Aid front. vault when she went to Chicago negotiations meets with 1 to do a play. approval/ ^ Poultry Market -- The poultr market today ·· reported by the University of Arkansas Institute nf Science kind Technology and the Dairy ind Poultry Market News Service of the' U. S. Department of Agriculture. Northwest Arkansas market firm; demand good; supplies continued short over 2 ·% pounds, adequate under this weight. Prices at the farm, reported I 1 m. today; Despite the damage, no one was hurt. Cmdr. Clclond Rescued Off Northeast Korea Tokyo-MVI.t. f m d r . Cook Cle^ land, winner of the 1951 N a t i o n a l ] Air Races at Clcvel.-nrt. was res- | Washington -f/Pj- The House j passed and sent to the Senate today a bill setting up a $1,395,660,000 federal aid highway program for the two tiscal years starting July 1, 105.1. Passage was by voice vote. Bill Approved By House \^ {M[jA Au , horj | y To Scjzc Railroads May Be Withdrawn By House State Income Tax Returns Increase tr.'jcts IK'it t-jinnnt bo p;ii(i for until 1953." Washington-W|-In no apparent as uniform allowances for reserve! altho " Kl1 somc ' lood lo grant President Truman officers. irtmn't have to p a j nf r e b u f f s to the White House nn llie seirure issue. At day's end Taft told n reporter I "' *"""· ^ ^ | -This was a direct aliswer to the ' president's request for Congress to act. Congress has acted." . Tatt asserted after the presi- Litlie Rock-Mh - State Income, ~ » ' : den. read his message that some tax returns on file here show a n . Nuernberg. Oorm.iny-i.l'i-A U. ''chiiriich" On the other hand increase of 2,500 over last year.: s. Army court m a r t i a l today | Monronev colled the Uso-Taft- 5.000 Arkansans f m l n n - p vt . Richard A. H a g c l h e r - ' y state taxes be-, g(. r , 19. ,,f Chub Vista, Calif., American Found Guilty Of Killing Germans any new property seizure posvcrs, i The president recently ajked| c;lu!p "' Act '" P icS5e d by the 1D51 | g u i l t y of murder in the r a r h i n e off Northeast Kofon. Cleland , |$ ReCOVCrcd one of four Navy pilots to up to 2 I dilch successfully there in t h n past fryers, two flayji.'lhc Navy ,*aid toilay. Wogon o»j .n.w jjmiyv^v.T OV-K.UII; |iuwcii,t i n c president recently asKea i the House was set today to revoke j Congress to continue 60 of his war '"(C' 1 '"'"'*. j his existing authority to seize'the; powers, but the Houic Judiciary weights,' 2'.i-3 pounds, '-''.-^7, inortly 26 cents. For"e when Communist f l a k knlT Hunt's has the right g i f t for Fa- ed lirough h(s gns t a n k . He wn; Summer Session At University Under Way - - . n -- -- . Classei opened today for the en Monday night from Arch gency war powers given by Con-' authority lo seize the nation's first summer session at the Un mil roads. Main business on the day's docket was n bill lo extend until June A 1947 Kord station woRon, stol-: 30. )!M, nn estimated 50 omcr- Committee knocked out 11 on the ground they «re no longer needed. One of the powers that would be eliminated In tho pending bill U Hartley amendment "· shyster tactic." Government official] M«mcd to of two Orm.-m civilians ! bc Rcn( , ra |i v ,,,,,,.«) th«t Trumnn's last A p r i l . IlnRelhorscr. a t a l l , ! pcrsonally-delivored requ««t to slim, soldier, hi-anl the verdict Congress for a special 8«liure l«w came close to committing Mm to do whatever Conireu «k«d. Thcsr ofllcluls said th« tone nf without expression. Weather ,' ,,, , _, , . , , ·"· »""»"'y '"Km irorn rtrcn gency war powers given by con- · authority lo seize the nation's] first summer session nt the U n l - """ the president's nwch t.leland was m a k i n g a strike on Cloud, was recovered this morn- lo the pi.:...ident over · per-; transportation system in lime of vorsity. Registration opened Won- A i k j i i s a s - R i i ' l l v rl.vidv this wii!ir.Siics» lo comply with me Wnnsan from the earner Valley | ing by the s h e r i f f s office. The M of yeais. Unless extended, all emergency. The committee Mid I day and continued, through yes-'after,,,,,,,,. t,,,,ight' ,n-i -r. now. wishes of Congreii, dnplt* W» car, damaged, h.-d been a b a n d o n - , the powers cease next Sunday, ncriemenl of the railroad utrike terday. Additional students w i l l 1 Widely r,.,,aeieil Ihiuiil.-i Iv.wers, slntcment that recourM th jl's Uny. (Adv.) 'picked up by » helicopter. ed nn a side i:nd east of the Con- 1 federate cemetery, , Most of them are non-controversial, dealing with such mutters mnde continuance of such author* Ity unnecessary. l« permitted lo enroll ihr»u;i,i ( ui i loinoi row Not muck ehjnjc thf remalnH^r ,i the week. 1 temper. In ' Hartley wmilri b« "by fur I worjc ol the tw» to T»ft-

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