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PAGES TODAY 16 Read by over 25,000 Doily IOCAI FOMCAST-- Fjy*tlevill« and vicinity p-r ' · clrudv tonljrht and tomorrow w.t.i ncnttrrtn' ihowpri prohibit. Continued warm Hi«h lemperaturt yeittr- ijsv ft: low 74: i 1 today *7. Sun- rue so:: JURMI 7-31 The Public interest Is The First Concern Of This Newspaper VOIUME 90, NUMBER 27S Associated Pros Irased Wiro FAVETTEVIILE. ARKANSAS. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1952 AP, King and NEA feature! PRICE nvt com Voice Banned From Radio Of South Korea Government Says Broadcasts Are "Insulting" Network Used As A Courtesy, Asserts Office Director Pusan, Korea-OT-The South Home Agents Elect Officers Atom Used In Operation Of An Elevator San Francisco-OPJ-That little atom that sets off big explosions i can also run an elevator. Well, anyway, help run it. An automatically controlled ele- | vator will go injo operation here next week at the Southern Pacific Hospital. It will depend' on old fashioned electricity for power, but Wage, Price And Rent Controls Extension Is Approved By Senate stops. Iversity. Left to right in the front row are Mrs. Jeai Frisby. Warren, president; Mrs. Margaret Brown- Clay Bernard, 28, co-developer j field, Fayetteville, first vice president; Mrs. Effie RDgcrs, Newport, second vice president; and Mrs. of the atomic control, says, "It I Augusta Merryman, Little Rock, third vice president. On Ihc second row are Miss Evelyn Sevcrsoi selors. (Carl Hancock Photo) Korean government has banned!tiny fragments of radioactive Voice of America broadcasts over I ' odirie wl " control its starts and j The Arkansas County Home Demonstration Agents Association elected officers Tuesday night at the Uni the 10-station government network, accusing it of "bitterly antigovernment" and "obviously insulting" remarks. The Voice has included in its three daily broadcasts editorial ex- j cerpts from many U. S. and other i f o r e i gn newspapers attacking President Syngman Rhee and scoring recent political developments j here, j The U. S. State Department j broadcasting agency has been us- | ing Ihe Soulh Korean government I network for two years as a cour- . tesy and nol on a contract said : Dr. Clarence Ryee, director of the government's office of public in- : formation. I "However much we may question the taste and judgment of the persons responsible for such broadcasts," Ryee declared, "we do not dispute the airing of such opinions under other auspices. will stop the elevator even with | Benton, treasurer; Miss Ola Mae Walton, Mt. Ida, secretary; and Miss Blanche Grain. Batesville, rclir- '; been t: the floor--down to five-thou- ing president and Executive Committee member. B ick row: Mrs. Mary Landrum. Marlon. Miss Esther and the sandths of an inch." Tennyson, Forrest City, Miss Jenny Belts, Texarkana, and Miss Mabel King Benlonvillc, district coun- grew. Eisenhower Says He Was Against German Division Thief Spotted But Not Where ! The Loot Goes I Dover. Oliio-MVThtiy f i n a l l y ; spoLtCLJ the thief who lias been · stealing coins from Mrs. D. L. Slaniisrl'i: mail box. But forgiving postal authorities have dc: cidcd against prosecution. j The dastardly rlrerls have been i perpetrated by a wren that entered a small opening in the box ?il nenrby Tippecnnoc. The coins had been leit to pay for postage. Mrs. Staneart hasn't found out t r a f f i c problem for y e - . i r s B u l the j yet what the bird docs with tho discussions, vhcllicr among rill- [ money. ; zen groups or city official:;, h a v e ! * Traffic Problem Often Discussed Without Action Population Growth, With More Autos, Presents Issue By FLOYD CARL. JR. FiyeltPVJlle hnc discussed 11 'Business Method i Used In Robbery! Syracuse, N. V.-(/P)-A nervous-' looking man walked into the Per- ; sonal Finance Company office yesterday and inquired about a loan. rnacfomprinicd by action, problcti; has continued lo To Meet Here Friday, Saturday Newspaper men anc! women Thr cause of the problem i:; · known. In 19411 Kayeticville h a d ; less tlian half its present 17.000 population and far less t h a n half · itr. present number of a u t o m u - , i biles But it hud the -same streets and parking facilities it has today. : While some new streets h:ive been added on the outskirts of the city, relatively l i t t l e has been, done over the past 1'J years to Arkansas Democrat and A d v e r l i f - j r .,p rov( , street conditions in the Mrs. Celia Lamson motioned him , from HI, over .Arkansas will be in : »'« Committee chairman of the ,,,,,,, rt ,,, town _ whc re Iraf- to an interview room. When they .,, ,,,, ...^.,.,... ~; i u r d a y for the 80th spring conven-! Association. were alone, police said the m a n , Uon Qf the Arkansas Press Asso _ leadere wl i| b e Tom Mitchell, pub- drew a gun and forced Mrs. Lam- j cialion . Meeting son to lead him to the desk of w i t h l n c A.P.A. will conjunction be the Ar "But in this case the auspices were the Republic of Korea government radio itself--used to carry bitterly anti-government criticism, obviously insulting. "J am aware that this can still be done by the Voice "Of America from abroad and brought into Ko- Advice Not Token, He Reports At New York Conference, New York-m-Gen. Dwight D.' j^ jTpaper bag and left through j will be discussed. The delegates Newspaper Publishers For the weeklies, lisher of the Johnson County Graphic at Clarksvillc, on eircu- fic is heaviest. True, th= Highway Department and city joined hands to build a new route for Highway 71 Death Penalty For Bishop In Utah Killings Furloughed Arkansas Convicted Killer Again Found Gu'lty Triele, tltah-l/Pi-A trigger-hap- o'-'n in icon l i n n i« im. «-··---i\ -j* wlin lnc rt.r.rt. w i l l UC Uit: / \ i - · uiapuii, it viaiivsvim.-, UH V I I V . M - -- tn TM · i Mrs. Elizabeth Hopper, a teller. kan5 as Newspaper Women. ] lation, and Sam Hodges, publisher through South Fayettevillc T h i s , py Arkansas gunman with six 'Continuance To Next February 28 Is Voted Toft-Hartley Law Use In The Steel ; Strike Is Asked ; Wasr.ington-i/PVThc Senate to- i day passed legislation extending j wage, price and rent controls I through next February 28. It In- : rluder, a provision requesting that President Truman use the Taft; Hartley law In the steel strike. : Tile measure would continue for '. one year--until June 30. 1953-i credit controls and the govern- i mont's broad powers to ration scarce materials to private Indus- j try. The present controls law ex- j pircs June 30. j The vote on passage was 58 to IB. I The Senate bill now goes to the i House. The House Banking Comi mlttce is working on · controls ; bill of Its own. i Truman had asked for a two- year extension of al! control pow- · era. Rut the Senate was not will! ing to go that far; many member? argued that Inflationary pressure! were on the wane. *-· The bill continues the Wage Stabilization Board with a three- Mrs. Hopper handed over $187. \ Newspaper problems in the The gunman stuffed the money; news and business departments f the Osccola Times, on advcrtis-1 h;'s eased the t r a f f i c burden on i murders on his record today faced j way membership representing the Eisenhower said today he opposed | a rear 'door, the division of Germany into separate zones at the end of the war, and also was against isolating Berlin. He made.,., the statement in answer to questions put to him by members of the New Jersey Re- rea, but I am determined that the publlcan riele g a t ion . Korean government station will not be used to tear down its own Eisenhower also said he did not sovereign state " I Participate in either the Yalta He said that for the government I Potsdam conferences and thai his ntinuc carrying foreign criti-! advice was not accepted on the decisions taken there. "for i of demarcation between the Allied United i and Russian armies in Germany were suspended last night. He said no prolest was planned here; thai to con -- . _ cism on its ov.'n radio would be . "like lending a man a pistol to I A delegate asked directly wheth- shoot you." ! er tile establishment of the line Ryee said it pained h any agency of the great , Stales government, our gallant , was Eisenhower's decision, and sincere friends in time of \ "[ w as opposed to the division adversity, to be a party to smear- j O f Germany into separate parts," ing a sovereign ally." ! he said. "That was one of the A U. S. embassy official con-ipj c c c s O f advice that was not ac- firmed that the Voice broadcasts cepted." The delegate then asked who ~~~ -- , . did establish the zones, and the were made it would have I jsolalion of Terlin as a partially Allied city within the Soviet Zone. "The European Advisory Commission met in London in 1944, as 1 recall." Eisenhower said. "Ibis commission look Ihese actions. Laler · I understood they were approved at Yalta. "As soon as the armistice was signed, \ve were directed to get back into our own areas as rapidly as possible. We were forced to retreal 150 miles afler the war --we had been attacking as far : down as Leipzig--and we bad to if any to come from Washington. Ryee said use of the government network would be restored to the Voice "at once" if the Korean government is assured that the agency would not use the facilities "improperly." House Group Beats Seizure Seized By U.N. Forces Heavy Fighting In Korea Flares Seoul-OT-Allicd infantry and tanks Thursday seized a hill on will also inspect the University ' printing plant and journalism dc- i partment and will hear talks by : F. W. Brinkerhoff. Pittsburg, Kan., | publisher, and Hugh Park, Van I Buren, Ark., publisher. J Th^ convention will open to- I morrow at 10 a.m., with open ! house and registration in Hill Hall, location of the U.A. journalism department and printing plant. Conducting the open house will j be Professors W. J. Lemke and 1 Joseph Thalheimer of the jour- i nalism department and A. W. j Blake, supervisor of the printing ! plant, i Southwestern Gas and Electric Company will be host at a lunch- inc:. The dailies will meet in room 33 and the weeklies in the aud- torium of the B.A. Building. Ihc south side of thn Square, b u t ; the death penalty (or the pistol' public, industry and labor, but its ' slaying of two Utah miners. I dispute-settling powers are re- n i * i n s r. i stricted. The board would be pcr- Bishop, an escapee f i om . miUc(1 to onler a con trover«y on i y msas Tucker prison f a r m , 1 |[ the Federal Mediation Service i was convicted here last night un-! certified that its remedies were it has resulted in a whole now set of traffic problems. The inter- Ac the final session of the con-|scctlon of the by-pass with S o u t h i ( h c vcntion, a luncheon Saturday at School Street presents a hazard. ,_ , Tuck , 12:30 noon in the Student Union So does the intersection with Co - "Country preside. Press Argus, will speak on , Editors." Dunlap will run TM AV 7, l " : ' E t r c c ' s i f o r the April murder of nnnthor ; .. . . . . . . _ _ The Program Committee for the convention is composed of Ray K'imball, · DeQucen, chairman; James Verhoeff, Lonoke; Sam E. Gearhart, Fayetteville; 'Frances Becrstecher, Malvern; and Ted Larimer, Green Forest. The delegates will be housed in Davis Hall at the University and in hotels and motor courts. u r bv-r-ss itself no pro- » ou « h!rt - v ' , 4:) ' °" d vtaton has Uen made for peSes- · » ' TM' n - trlan crossings, and the Hi g l ? way ! department says it will rot p«i '. cler the alias of Carl B. Anderson | exhausted and if both sides asked James I the WSB to intervene, touglai, | Would Limit Powui ' The board's powers would be Court four hours be- the western front in some of the eon at 12:15 p.m. in the Student; . ifina'ls ! /orc bringlns in its verdict. i Judffe Albert II. Kllett set the In- j sentencing dnte for -Juno 28 in stances of street improvements in j Salt Lake City. Under Utah law. an effort to lighten the business j conyk'tion of first decree murder mit" installation of stop pedestrian lights. There have been other tfniltcd to wage and other economic isiucs; it could not recommend the union shop, for instance, a* it did in the steel dispute. · Meanwhile, union and manace- mept officials got together with government chiefs to plan the reopening of a few strike-bound hottest fighting this year. The hill west of Chorwon was captuted after a 14-hour battle during which Allied warplanes splashed flaming jellied gasoline across the Chinese position. In another fierce action about a mile to the west, Allied troops flushed dug-in Chinese from their bunkers with flame-throwers. Some tanks rumbling into lion in support of the infantry ran into Red minefields and were disabled. Retriever tanks pulled them back to safety, a front line officer said. Union. Clint Wahltn, president of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce, will flolivcr a welcoming address. Brinkerhoff, who is cditor-man- ager-publisher of the Sun-Headlight in Pittsburg, Kan., will speak at the luncheon on "Neighbors and Friends," dealing with the news side of the- newspaper business. Brinkerhoff is a former .. I president of thr Kansas Press 1 Association and past chairman of the Kansas Associated Press, and is a member of the Pulitzer Prize jury. Afternoon Aisembly Planned OUERVia plants to produce weapons for U.S. troops fighting In Korea. When steel industry negotiations collapsed last Monday night, both industry and union agreed to The strawberry season is about over in these parts, and at the A. H. Clement-Ralph Bricker farm 10 miles west on Highway 16 I will not handle the problem after ' a l l . Instead, it will be hai.dcd to the Chamber of Commerce. ;they harvested their last 21 crates The first assembly of the con: a week ago Monday. They thought g^,,^ lhc ' district traffic loud, but they have : carries an aulomallc dcalh penal- been handled as individual p r o j - j ty jn ihe absence of a jury recom-j eels--there has never been a mjs- · mcndation for mercy. Mercy was j tor plan ,and at the moment, at n ,,t recommended for Bishop.; least, none is ir. sight. C'ondemned felons may choose b e - ' Commission Conducts Study 'tween hanging and a firing squad; Last month the City Council : as their method of execution. j fighting. Truman told Congress turned lhc problem over to the · Rishop took the stand yesterday i tn | s rnlghl h c |,, somfi Dut wouldn't City Planning Commission, -vhieh' In his own defense and testified; salisfy all defense needs. was lo arrange for lhc d r a w i n g ' t h a i he killed lhc two miners be- A 17-man group. Including eight of a master t r a f f i c control plan · cause they had made sexual a t - 1 government officials, met with foi the entire city--v/hlch seems lacks on him. He said he fired in i John R. Stcelman, Truman's as- lo be the necessary firjt step in i self defense. ' rtceMor-Ko^ plan ^^ °' """ jny campaign to clean U|i the The Arkansas killer t h a t , Sccretary ot rj c f cn ' 5( , Lovctt snd t r a f f i c flov. . jougncii. ami uoup.ds m a m *·. D c f cn5c Production Administrator This week, however, it was life miserable for him and h;tfi Hcnry Fow | CI . lcd lhp govcrn . learned, the Planning Comrr.isswm . attempted al various times to get menl g , oup . industry was reprc- bed with him. This contention i scnted by vice presidents of five r supported by A r l i c Kitzv:alei.' major steel companies, and tho ano'.hcr miner who lived in the CIO Steehvorkers Union by three arrive nt a ,,,,,.,,, bunkhou.'.c. VA Hospital Official Receives Transfer The Associated Press reported I today that Willard G. Hitchings. I Joins Senate In .Rebuff To Idea , _... _ . .lion second vice president, will . go back to the line picked by the | ass j s t an t manager of the Veterans j preside. | politicians." i Hospital in Fayettevillc, has been I Topic leaders will be Louis I The general also was asked i transferred to the VA Hospilal in | Graves, publisher of the Nash* ' '- ·'-- ' villc News, photography; Margaret Woolfolk, editor of the West Memphis News, news features; R. L. Fisher, publisher of the Danville Record, country correspondence; and Ted R. Wylie, union leaders. New Hearing On Usury Decision Is Asked from nis pockcl and (ir . Potsdam conferences, j ceed John "j Gallaher. who is be- iphalically, "I did nol. ing scnt to the Boston Veterans whether he participated in the i p rov idence. Rhode Island, to suc- Valta and PC ' t lie said emphaucaiiy, -i oin noi. ' j n g Washington-(/?)-A House com: 1 participated in no political de-'n o s pj t a ] mittee voted down 15 to 10 today ^isions of the war. a proposal that President Truman , "I gave my opinions voluntarily . - ditor of ,,,,, TIM be empowered lo seize and operate , on one or two Ihings, but they I Hunt's has the right gift for Fa- | Thc ( . onvcnljon the struck steel mills. It was the,weren't accepted." Other's Day. (AdvO first formal vote by any House. s"y "skef to? $ um y 5h ows Arkansas Heavily Dependent display, filled two quart boxes j to-moulh basis. Thc aldermen. ; cd a and were extra-large and v e r y ' w i t h no plan to guide them, h a y e . e d ^"DOUUI.IS j us t' as Dougherty 1 Litllc Rock-l/P) - An Antoinc, j dealt with each individual prob- jojne|] j n ((|c , J1;ht He sakl hc Ar k. attorney yesterday asked the lem as it arose. Frequently t n ? l r : then shot Dougherty. Arkansas Supreme Court to re- Bishop fled Arkansas while on consider its recent decision dcfln- a furlough from tho state prison ing any charge to an installment ripe. Workman Is Injured In Fall From Scaffolding On Agriculture For Healthy Economic this power The Senate rebuffed Truman by voting that he should use antistrike provisions of the Taft- Hartley law in an efforl lo end the strike of 650,000 CIO steel j jT(, w states arc as heavily de- affected by changes In workers. Today senators favoring j pendonl upon agriculture for a tural income, the report stated. ^nronSThdP^hMn^"}! he.«hy economic life as is Ar- '^fr'Sy^S, '3 ?nln wapo-pricc conlrols legisla'- ! kansas. according to a survey com- is pnjmcd out. In 1947, 70 per cent iinn Thrv tiid they would pro! plelcd by Ihe Bureau of Business . of Ihe manufacturing lion, incy , and Economic n cscarcn .-.- .u ... .-. »,i Charles Smith, 21. 612 York be guests of the TIMES and L. L, street, was injured this morning hpm of as Baxter at a buffet supper lomor- w h p n nc Mt from S[ . a ,f 0 | d ing at row night from 5:30 to 7:30 o clock . hc mw C( , nlra , M c t h ,, ri is , Church building on West Dickson at the Fayetteviile Country Club. A hospitality period will precede i efforts have contributed to the ] intensification of the traffic prob- | | lem somev/iere e'se. i No Parkhig Solution i For one thing, lhc rr.rking : problem has never been seriously considered, nr if it has. -t has not part of the t r a f f i c problem. In practice, of course, traffic and parking cannot b-. separated. For Ibis reason ic- the buffet serving, and .special en- ' Street. His injuries were not be- farm diirini; the Christmas season buyer exceeding 10 per cent of the last year. He was serving a life purchase price of all article as us- scntcncc for murder after four ury. men were shot down on a street Attorney P. L. Smith petitioned in Sprmzdiilc, Ark.. J a n u a r y 17, 'or a rehearing in the case of 1943. Bishop was released on fur- Clyde Hare of Clark County louEh from the farm. assinsl the General Contract Pur- When he was tried for the Ark- chase Corporation, ansas killings, he testified hc k i l l - : The case was the basil of the pose It again later in a separate bill. MemL J *.-s reported nine Democrats nnd one Republican supported the seizure move in the House commitlee. Five Democrats and 10 Republicans wore against it. One Democrat voted present and one Republican was absent. Poufory Morket -- The poultrj mnrkcl today » r«- ported by the University ol Arkansas Institute of Science and Technology nnd the Dairy ipd Poultry Mnrkot News Service of lh« U. S. Department of Asrlcul- ' U N«rthwe S t Arkansas market TMTM P^ m 5"^ to A r k a n s a the ments csUiblish- Arkansas employed University College of Business Ari- fewer than 20 people, and only ministration. Results of the survey, seven per cent employed as many conducted by Vance Q._Alvis, t a s 100 persons. Lumber and Ium. ntnfi business .session, afiricul- ' Salurda Y P^gram Arrangad The A.P.A. delegates will hnvc breakfast Saturday from R to 9:15 ,1 rn. in the Student Unirm. and the Aikansas Newspaper Women will breakfast there al 8:31) a.m., as Ruosts of tho Arkanvi.s.DiviHf'M of the U.S. Brewers Foundation. Opening feature of the assembly Saturday at !):lfi a.m., in the BUM- ... _. ,,, , , ,. eltevillc Sheet Metal Company, slipped while w o r k i n g and plunged a short distance lo the ttendants b c _ i m o v a l of parking zones on many '^'^ mcn i; ccause thcy insu it c d court's decision of May 26 in jbtrents--ncvessaiy as me ' ic j[" n h i f ; W l f c a n d ncr nonor was a t which it ruled against Hare but , unquestionably was nns resu i.,i ^.^^ .warned that the decision could not m V ' m , "°* Jl a _ r . k !. n *, p TM bl - C 5-. s ..f "I '- -" - be relied upon in the future as w |, cr e. There has been no a t t e m p t lo provide off-street parking. This o.ueition of off-:.trcct p a r k - j s no t j n ique lo Fayellev illc ground. City 'hospital described his fondilion as not ' other towns f.-.ce it in greater 01 serious and said he w i l l probably |e ss er amount*. Some havt foinul be released later today. He war ihc answer in city-owned or ;ni- taken to the hospital in a Wat- · vMety-owncd pnrkinc lots on Ihc son's ambulance. fringe of Ihe business district. upor d;/ensc against a charge of usury. Smith was told lo file a brief supporting his petition by June 23. And t h e v -.How cus-' Unless opposing counsel desires to ; .t- the business district (il c » responding brief, the court The. ; ? lots give businessmen a. plM.c tn p a r k -- w i t h i n a few block ; i,( (heir offices--at conmaratively low c-is tr.mcrs t p a r k i n g MMCS. o f i r n u n a b l e in viiic. '.-.·hich they are probably w i l l take Ihe petition for f i n d in Faycttc- · rehearing under advisement on . that date. wiiilarn~ThoTnas, and^ Miss Thelma[! ber products ciominati, the m a n u - ; n«,s Admini:,tiation auditoi ium Lorenzo all members nf the re-1 facluring industry in Arkansas,' will be » motion pictun-, "K'irc- search staff, is published in the with food and kindred products i east. Continued Prosperity," a Arkansas Business Bulletin, r e - ] comprising the second most i m - i film about Arkansas produced by portant industry. ' Southwest Gas and Electric Corn- Trade and service occupations pany. W. U. Whitchead. Magnolia. leased today. Escaped Convict Kills Nine-Year-Old Girl Held As Hostage income in Aro the na- "The sources of incom -ansas do not conform ti llonal pattern," the report staled. "During the last decade agriculture provided from one-fourth to one-third of nil income payments received In Arkansas, while for the nation only 10 per cent or less originated In agriculture. More . than 20 per cent of national in- yleld approximately one-fourth o f ' t h i r d vice president, will preside Ihc lotal income payments til Ar; at the morning assembly. kansas. Other principal sources o f ! Reports Income Included banking and in- i committees, Cannot. N. Y.-Wi-An escaped ' Alex Williams, 45, school bus convict, making an effort to seize driver »nd a special policeman, nine- surancc, utilities, tninsportaton professional mining and construction. services. ! Parker, Little Rock, A P. A. secrc services tary-managcr, and from K. A. be h":,rd from j a fietaway car. stabbed from W. II. "Rill" j year-old girl hostage lo death yes- tcrdny as police closed In on him. tried lo persuade Snyder to release the child, Belty Lou Arnold. As he talked, he sidled up closer and fired, hitting Snyder. The hind a hush He walked up to the ' York"--more than 50 miles «way. house and told Mrs. Snyder: ', As Snyrier held the knife close "I'm an escaped convicl. The ! lo Ihe ch'.'.d, tier mother led them cops arc afler me. I'm not fooling, j to the cellar garage ind they got Thc percentage of Income derived from governmental employ. come payments are icceived as mcnt In Arkansas Is lower than manufacturing payrolls, w h i l e : the average for the entire nation, only aboul 11 per ccnl of th« in- being only 7.3 per cent In Arresi-1 kansas as compared to 99 per Eng y elTZ r 'Ar\ n an 8a s 0 Democr ; ,t; Hit by three police bullets, t h e ; convicl then plunged the k n i f e Little Rock, A.P.A. treasurer. Discussions on circulation and advertising, beginning at 10:30 a.m , will be separated Inlo daily and weekly divisions. Kor the dallies. ItMilcri will ho K a i l Mllli-r, circulation manager of th? llnl .- OCIIM arc received in this form." |cenl for the national nveraKc. .. Itenrty, demand growl, oricrinfT' Nfl( onl rtoM . | K l l f U n,i r c con-, Thirty-eight per cent of the total Spiinits Sentiiicl-Hr-«rl an:l New light. Prices nt the farm reported, sl | lut(1 |nc im-'omt single com-1 government employes In Arkansas, Era and v i i e iiicsidcnl of ihe un to 2 p. m. today: Uroilers ""rtiponcnt of Income In Arkan»(i«; [Including both fcdrrnl nnd sliilc Midwest C i i r u l n t l d n Managers. fwrs'nn'wcighTs 2.4V.12S pound, m "^7othcr 't^ manulacturlnR; I employes, are postnl workers, i t ' Assoc.Mlnn. .and E J u l i a n Hern- y"|| ;«mc near me, I'll stab 28-17 cents, mostly 20. i «nd service Industries arc greatly I w»s said. ( .don. (idvnlising dircclor of the child. convict surrendered ' and wan taken to a hospital. His little victim, stabbed with a butcher knife as her mother looked on helptcss, died tin hour later. The slayer, Donald Snydrr, 25, of ranaxlola, N. Y., gave warning of bin dMpcralliin nnd cried: "If the into the little glrl'j abdomen. Williams fired two more shots, and Snyder gave up the fight. Williams drove tho school bin thlil brought Hetty Ixni home late yesterday. The little gill, daughter of « prosperous hardware merchant, was crossing Ihc lawn to Join her young sister and another child wljfn Snyder emerged from be- 1 want you to let me In here or I'll lake your children." Thc molher screamed to the children: "Run. Run!" Two of them ran. but Snyder seized Belly I,ou. Williams, seeing Snyder grab t h e child, dtovc away to get bis ".un. A-, M i s Ain'tlil ran toward · phone, Snvdrr kicked open the house tlooi. diaggcd Betty Lou Into thr kitchen nnd grubbed the butcher k n i f e . He told the woman: I want you to drive IM U Ntw Into the family car. While Mri. Arnold stalled for time. Wlllltnu arrived with his gun. He and SUM Trooper Raymond ScimchtO, summoned by neighbor*. (OUfhf V» rescue the child. Snyder, who was lervtnf a tw« and one-halt to five-year temi tn C.iccn Haven state prison for aMto theft, hod escaped Tuesday. I Putnam County Dlst. Ally. Tni A. Dickinson taid a murder tharfl* j against Snyder would %· prwmt* ed U · irand Juij tanorrow. "" rT 'i

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