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|l| PAGES 14 TODAY Read by ovtr 25,000 Daily jlovtliturst (Limes The Public Inttrtsf It The F/rif Concern Of This Newspaper VOLUME 90, HOMIER 277 Aaociaftdl PWM Uawd Wir» FAVETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE M, 1»SJ AP, King and NEA Fcaturn LOCAL FOftECAST-- FayeUeviile and vicinity: Generally fair this Afternoon, lonigni ar.ri tnmoi-rnv/. High temperature exprctM today. 90-93 decrees: probable lo\y tonight, 7C-73 degrees. met nvi CINTS BuildH-Bombs,SaysMcMahonT ruman | e f s p| v Hartford Conn -Wj-Sen. Brien; The government never has an-1 gen firepower for expensive con- · · ^P* · · · ^* · · «^«TM ^* ^*^0 · · f .,.,,.,,.,,.. t^,,, ,TM,, n TMi ih» I nounced whether it has succeeded, ventional firepower. . . to reduce ^ McMahon today proposed the. ^.^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ . taxcs and ba|ance lhe manufacture of 1,000 or more, M a h ( m told t h e Connecticut State while'we wage ;jeace." budget "hydrogen bombs" in what appeared to be a plain indication the Democratic Convention that, if elected president: McMahon stressed the destruc- ; tive power of the hydrogen bomb United States has solved the ee- "I would direct the United; over the atomic bomb and said oret of the fearsome H-bomb. ! States Atomic Energy Commission j did not think Soviet Premier Sta- The Connecticut Democrat, a 1 to manufacture hydrogen weapons lin would send his forces against numbered in four figures. This this weapon. But he said the only would prevent war and win us i solution for peace is foolproof, dis-. armament and diversion of money Briton Charged Allies Can Hold Enemy In Korea, Says British Minister candidate for .his' party's presidential nomination, is chairman of the Senate Atomic Energy Com- time to \yagc peace.* mittee and close to atomic a n d j "T would direct that we from weapons to the elimination hydrogen developments. stitute cheap atomic and hydro-1 of human misery and want. Party Delegates Divided On Second Choice For President Little Rock-m- Arkansas' dele-* Ration to the Democratic National r . Convention will go to Chicago (XI OW pledged to Sen. J. William F u l - i L M U V V bright (D-Ark), but the 32 dele-! gate's are divided on their second ! choice for the party's presidential j nominee. Th« State Democratic Commit- ' tee yesterday elected the delegates, who will have a total voting strength of 22 votes. For the first time in several years, the delega tion was instructed to support a specific candidate -- Senator Fulbright. And the delegates were " " To Scots/Bagpipes In Italy First Luncheon At U.A. Ends Press Meet With The First British Commonwealth Division, Korea-W)- Fickl Marshall Lord Alexander. British today a new Communist push in ! to push to the Y;ilu River, on the Korea "would take a terrific loss j M a n c h u n a n border, but "ccrtuin- and would not break through. I j ly not without terrific losses " think nu matter how strong his j Alexander, heading a British attack was, he would suffer tcr- ' fact-finding mission to the war rific losses.' He declared the Allies rould not capture all of Korea. It would be minister of defense said j possible, he said, for U. N. forces i I 1 possible The more than 100 members at tending the Arkansas Press Association's 80th spring meeting here turned their attention today to State Secrets Rod o Operator In Foreign Office Said To Have Aided Reds London-WVWilliam Martin. 24, · a radio operator in the British j Foreign Office, was formally ! charged today with nassing state j theYuihorship "and transmission'of ' said that" radio "and '"lhe"mounts' - i secrets to the Soviet Union. U large portion of Southern folk of television, which combines tin Ashmore Says Politicians Help Create And Spread Folk Lore; Society In Session '"Politicians are responsible for i "we have lost our isolation" He zone, commontrd" Rod offensive: "From what I h;ivr seen todriy on this f r o n t , I would .say the t-neiny would t a k n a t e r r i f i c loss and would not Im-itk through." The Allies, he uclcicd, might I use some ground, but "it would not make- any difference." He's Amazed Passion For Economy Hit By President Discloses Atomic Engine For Subs Is Almost Reody After a first hearing in a j i orCt » Harry Ashmore. executive f worst aspects of newspaper and magistrate's court. Marshal! was ordered held in prison without bail. He did not enter a plea at advertising and circulation topics. | the first hearing. When he was After a breakfast in the Stu- | charged earlier at Wandsworth dent Union at the University, the I police station, however, he said, : held in the Student Union ball- Cremona. Italy-(/P)-A Scotsman! newspaper mcn an d the Arkansas ~ ' has announced .that bagpipes come, No , u= ,, anpr wnmon also meeting editor of the Arkansas Gazette in radio," too many tubes iind nu- j Little liock, said here last night in an address lo the Jourth annual meeting of the Arkansas Folklore Society. The session v.-as from Italy. Th that bagpipes come Newspaper Wom en, all omas Pewston, o - , nere today| convcncd t , :ogether for ficial of the Bagpipe Players Col-, an assembl ' y to 5ec a mo ti on pic- deny the charge." Magistrate ! room at the University. The sub- Clyde T. Wilson ordered Mar- j c ct of his lalk was "An Arkansas . , .. _ , v u l c , told to back the "favorite son" complete his research on the ori- I ,,,,,.:!.. .1 as long as they "felt it appropriate I g j n O f the famous Highland pipes. v and beneficial to the party. Flattered, Says Sen. Fulbright "I'm hlthly flattered," Sen. J. j W. Fulbritht of Arkansas said here today when asked for a comment on the fact that the Arkansas delegation to the Democratic National Convention Is pledged to name him for the party presidential nominee. "It It, of course, more than I deserve." He said he had no criticism of the State Committee, which left members of the coniret- sional delegation off the slate of delegates to the National Convention. The senator said he wSU attend the convention "as an observer.*' A little sadly, he conceded yesterday "It's true," bagpipes, still used in Sicily and the mountains of Central Italy, were played here years before Scotland ever heard their wail. Afi Associated Press poll of the delegation reached 26 of the delegates. Seven said they favored Gov. Adlai Stevenson of Illinois, and eight said they liked Sen. Richard Russell (D-Ga). One delegate said he would support W. Averell Harriman and another was for Sen. Robert Kerr (D-Okla). The other nine delegates who could be reached refused to state a preference. None of them said they would support Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tcnn). H«lf-Vot. Each Because. 32 delegates will cast only 22 votes, the 20 delegates at large will have only a half a vote each. And because of this Russell ran slightly ahead of Stevenson in voting strength. The Georgia senator had two full votes and six half votes for a total of five. Stevenson had two full votes and five hallf votes for', a total of four and one-half. Har- ] riman's was a full vote; Kerr's a i half. The committee did not bind the delegation to the unit or bloc ruin of voting for the first time in years. Under this regulation, the delegation would have been re- Sleelworken To Keep Their Strike Going Pittsburgh-(#VLeaders of the CIO United Steel workers say 650.000 striking members will continue their shutdown of most of the nation's steel industry "un- till our cause is won." The steelworkers Executive: Board and Wage Policy Committee--Called i n t o extraordinary session by President Philip Murray--issued a sharply - worded statement after hearing Murray I review latest developments in the I 13-day old strike. Central And Southern Sections Hit By Heat Chicago - (^) -Hot and sticky weather clung to wide areas in the central and southern parts of the country today. A June heat wave showed little signs of breaking. Some areas in the Midwest got j temporary relief from the oppres- I slve heat yesterday when thunder- i storms struck from Southeastern Minnesota to Northern Illinois. The overnight temperature in , Omaha, Neb., was 83 after yesterday's high of. 101. Readings in shalPs nc:t hearing in a week, at which time he may plead. ture, "Forecast, Continued Pros- ] Scotland Yard anti-espionage agents arrested the slieht, fresh- Then the group split into dis- j faced youth, who looks like a high cussion groups to t a l k over cir- j school senior, in a London park culation and advertising problems ; last night. Marshall, formerly a of dailies and weeklies. j radio operator in the. British Em- At 12:30 noon. Hugh Park, pub- j bassy in Moscow, specifically was lisher of the Van Buren Press-Ar- I accused of violating Britain's of- gus, was to speak at a luncheon . ficial secrets act by tioning in- ill the Student Union. His topic j formation on "diverse dates and was "On Country Editors." ! at diverse places Following the luncheon the netsov, second sc meeting, which began yesterday, ! Soviet Embassy in London, was to adjourn. The next meet- i charge said the information would i Editor Looks At Arkansas Folklore." chines, have slandarized the Arnci- j ii-an speech and culture. He sjid j that rudio announcers are trained j lo speak in a tone that can nut be ! identified with any particular sec- j lion of the country. Once there! were 15 Southern accents, all now j fast disappearing, he n itcd. | "There isn't a n y t h i n g "Most of my adult life has been 'heritage to be ashamed of," Ash- j spent fooling around with politi-' ' J "- '-1 ' u - *·· · cians, create and folk I have heard them lore and also keep more said. He commended the Arkansas Folklore Society for its efforts to preserve for futu.- e ! be useful to the enemy. Chief Inspector W i l l i a m Hughes told the magistrate Mar| shall was arrested while strolling j in King George's Park with "an- · other person." who was not identified. The Foreign Office refused to confirm or deny a report that this second man was Kunzctsov and that iiu had claimed dinlu- motic immunity. The Soviet Embassy did not comment. i ing will be held January 9-10. Allied Planes Hit Hard At Communist Airfield Seoul, Korea-(/P)~More than 150 Allied fighter-bombers t o d a y wrecked a partly rebuilt Communist airfield which a wing leader called "the hottest target in North I Korea," the U. S. Fifth Air Force reported. The big air strike came after two U. S. regiments repulsed a Chinese battalion trying to cut off their newly-won posi-, tions along a mass of hills on the j western front. ! U. N. pilots said they smashed of the Methodist Church will be the airport at 200 points with high ; held in Fayetteville n e x t year, tho alive the hill billy stories from i times a vanishing speech and lore. · the pbi," he said. j An informal reception follo'.ved I He remarked t h a t in earlier j Ashmore's speech. The annual : years the isolation of hill barriers j business meeting of the group sol j in Arkansas and other Southern I under way this morning at the states tended to keep current the ] Student Union game room, a n d ! moon the a n n u a l folk j will be held in the ball: ..- :,««..,, ...th a picnic dinner f o r , sas mountain counties, are direct j members of the .society to folio*. 1 ,'; from the Shakespoaran age, h e ; at the home of the Jack Carlisles. j pointed out. :John Quincy Wolf will speak "to- j "As a generation," he declared, i night in the ballroom. | iverse dates and lenueu iu HBUJJ t u n c m me j oiuueiu u " to Pavel Kuz ! Ic scnds and speech uf the E l i z a - ! this aftcn "Cretan- of the I b e t h a n era - Such v/ords as "fetch" j festival wi T nnrinn ThA I anc * ' ^°* e i" s *'" heard in Arlcan- ] room, will Methodist Conference To Meet In Fayefteville Dr. McKeon To Teach Al The University Richard Pcler McKeon, riislin- Groton. Conn.--President man disclosed today that a Just Proves Weather Can't Suit Everyone ! g ulsh7d7n-ofersor''at'Th"e''un'i'ver-:'Ing of the Kojcji_rl«oncr_rf war Tru- 'full, size, working" atomic engine for i submarines is almost completed , for tost rims. ' The president gave nut the news in an address prepared for deliv- · cry at the ceremonies here in con- i nection with the laying of the k«l I for the nation's first atomic pow; ered submersible, The Nautilus. ! He hit out hard at what he call- j rd dangerous efforts to sell the i American people on the Idea that ! there is "some cut-rate, bargaln- counter route" to national security. And he swung a punch at Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, one of the front-running candidates for the Republican president!?! nomination. He said he had heard the i other day that "somebody" was I talking about a 40-billion dollar i tax cut. That wa« an obvious reference to a statement attributed to the general. Truman commented that "politics does funny things to people who are seeking office" and criticized "passion for economy regardless of the consequences" which he said is rampant in Congress. With reference to the 40 billion dollar tax cut idea he said: "That would leave us with only about half enough money to sup_, ,. _ . * r - U t l _ U U U U l l i f l l l C l l l / U g l l t U U I I C J I" O U J J - Sgl. C. D. Chase, 24. of Salt Lake rt our , " evm , f W1 dMn , t f ' t l , . I T I ' i h t n n l f u i « a ftsintr fil n · * . _ . . . . City, Utah, looks at . copy of » letter he sent Gen. M u r k Clark, In i hlch he criticized Clark's hand- 1 'end a penny for anything else." iub Hull Coiutructed "Thc power plant that will ophy at the University of Ar- sity of Chicago, has been appointed Yakima, Wash.-OT-Cloud f o r m a - ' visiting professor of moral philos- tions moving toward Central Washington's YaKUna and Wenatchee Valleys are being bombarded dally In secret, opposing experiments financed by wheat growers who want rain, and fruit farmers kansas. Under a grarif given the University of Arkanias 1 incident. The sergeant s ' W S m a r | n c he is "astonished" the Army or-' ilrrcd him to face court martiul c \ e r the incident. strengthen its faculty, Dr, McKeon will teach at the University explosives and demolition bombs.: 500 delegates attending this year's ' who don't. ' j from September 10 to J a n u a r y 24, The North Arkansas Conference i One set of attacks is designed | according to Dr. G- D. Nichols, to punch holes in the clouds to j dean of the College of Arts and bring rain. The other seeks to dis- Sciences. The airstrip is four miles east of i session at Blylhcvillc voted yes- Pyongyang, the North Korean tcrday. capital. Four Fliers Killed In Two Plane Accidents Phoenix. Ariz.-W)-Four U. S. the"high "90s and "above'lob" were ! Air , For . ce fliers w , cre kill . ed . J' c£ - j general throughout the heat belt. ! Business Area Fire At Rector Causes Damage Rector, Ark.-W-A fire original- j ing from burning rubbish damaged j The meeting will lie held at the ·Cfintrnl Methodist Church, where i the new snnrtunry w i l l be com- plptnri. It is expected that approximately 500 persons will at. tend the conference, scheduled for June. Wife-Seeker, With Money, perse the clouds without rainfall , - , ,, . , , ,, ^ , Both sides are secretive about! Dr - McKeon i. the autiipr o f , the operations, but Yakima and rhc Philosophy of Spinow. His Wcnatchce -newspapers reported j latest book, published this spring, the "wet" and "dry" campaigns were under way, with the dry forces claiming a preliminary victory. two crashes in Arizona. Three died when a B-26 tow-tar- gpt plane collided with an F-84 Thunderjel near here. The pilot of Russia Sends Gromyko As Envoy To London Soviets Break Off Venezuela Relations s "Freedom and History." He also has boon co-author of several books, and was editor of "The FU'sic Works of Aristotle" and also of "Democracy in a World of Ten- |sion," prepared by UNESCO, lie i w a s translator of "Selections from Medieval Philosophers," a two- into this atomic powered sub- not just being planned on paper. Thc Atomic Energy Com m Union and the Navx-iau*- actually gone out and built a sub* marine hull on .dry land at Arco, Idaho. They arc putting Into It a full-size, working engine, complete ' in all respect--the same kind of engine that will be used In this'ship. . , I "That engine on dry land Is al- W \ Q n ' mos t complete right now. Soon | they will start it running and give Rorkport, I n d . - ( / P j - F o r t y - n l n c j it the most thorough tests. And, women are Interested in meeting | believe it or not, when they are a former Rockport man who says f through with that model Jt will he is coming back to look for a ! be perfectly possible to hitch it wife and will bestow $28,000 upon ; up lo t u r n out c i cc tricit.v like any other dry land power plant." Truman said widespread use of her. Moscow-ftfVRussia announced i Publications. today that she has broken off i He was a member of the U.S. diplomatic relations with 'Vene- : delegation to the General Confer- Moscow-(Pl-Soviet Deputy For- zuela. A Soviet government state- !ence of UNESCO in Paris in 194(1, the bomber, Capt. Herman Peters, j P j g n Minister Andrei A. Gromyko, I ment published in all newspapers Fresno, Calif., parachuted to s a f e ' . f a m e d for his deadpan walkouts j here said Russian diplomatic per- '·' ' a t United Nations meetings. is|sonnel in Caracas have been re- Tho Rockport Democrat recently published a letter from Jesse I.. . , .... . - . . . Garrett, 49, who now lives at Scott! atomic P° wer still fa years in the , i Depot. W. Va. He outlined t h o ' Mure but with this vessel, "we volume work, and has contributed | qualifications for a - woman to I are making a giant stride ahead." to olher books and to professional j mother his two sons. He was di- ! He said he wanted atomic pow- vorccd recently. . cr to be a boon to all mcn cvery- Sincc publishing the letter the weekly newspaper has received 4f letters, three telephone calls and cne '.eletfram for the wife-hunter. a furniture store, a funeral home quired to cast all its votes f o r ; a n d burned through telephone lines one candidate. Instead, the com- i here last night. mittee only "recommended" that the delegation follow the unit vat- ing rule. This could result in a spilt in the ranks if the delegates during the convention drop the candidacy of Fulbright. To Wilcom* Candidaltt ! Officially, the committee is go-1 Ing to remain neutral in its pre-1 convention dealings with aspirants 1 for the presidential nomination. It | voted to officially welcome all candidates who visit Arkansas be-1 tween now and the convention date, July 21, and cooperate with ; their organized supporters in their j "reception." ! A committee was appointed by! Chairman Willis B. Smith of Tex-1 arkana to represent party, leaders i at all receptions for visiting candi-. dates. Members are Beloit Taylor, of Little Rock, Joe Hardin of I Grady, Miss Suzanne Lighten of Fayetteville, Sam Levine of Pine I Bluff, Joe Gillespie, Jr., of Car-1 lisle and Clyde Brown of Hot i Springs. i Only two candidates have indicated they will visit the state -- : Sen. Estes Kefauver of Tennessee · on June 26 and W. Avcrell Harri-! man on June 19. ; In other action, the committee:: Declined' to refund ballot foes to candidates who withdrew from ·ny race. Voted to instruct county committees to permit the use of titles before a candidate's name I only when it is necessary to distinguish two candidates with Idcn- j tlcal names in the same race. Per- · milted to remain in effect a 1950 resolution allowing the counting of ballots on which the voter scratches out all names except his choice Instead of marking an "x" bcsidt his choice as required by law." Drowns In Red River Htbtr Springs, Ark. ·(#)- A youngster drowned in the Red Rlvw near here Thursday while Jjhini with his parents and i Ylcnd. He was Charles William .'·dectt, 1Z, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Villlam M. Padnelt of Hebcr Damage to the furniture store · was estimated at 325,000 by t h e « Dead are Capt. Howard A. Fairbanks, Eaton Ranids, Mich.; Staff Sgt. James O'Malley, Providence, R. 1., and Staff Sgt. Charles R. Bowen, Taylor City, Mich. In an earlier accident. Aviation Russia's new ambassador to Brit- j called, ain. His appointment, announced ] Venezuelan last night by the Moscow govern- ] j^jg Carrasqui ment, climaxed a big shakeup °* 1 ct i to leave Ru top level posts in the Russian dip- j . lomatic service. j Georgi Zarubin. Russian envoy! Mf$ Charge d'Atfaires has been order- in Mexico City in J947, and in Beirut in 1948, and also vas U.S. · counselor of UNESCO a f f a i r s at i the American Embassy in Paris in 1947. owner, E. C. Calvin. The funeral ' Cadet John E. Trahan, Iowa, La., to London for more than five years, home operators said about catkets were damaged. Miller . , 100! plunged to his death in an AT6 will become Soviet Ambassador to DJ6S 111 HoSPJtol I trainer near Tucson. the United States. i r Mrs. Walter Miller, 65, Truman's Walk Fails To Excite New Havenites Needs Some Help In Finding Faucet New Haven, Conn. -f/TV Thc dent of Fayetteville for the past! smiling man in the blue suit 57 years died this morning at t h e ' w a l k i n g briskly ahout the streets ! County Hospital. Thc daughter of of New Haven this morning was George and Ellen Frederick, she Harry S. Truman. He looked n was born in Clay, Ky., May 1, inconspicuous, except for t r a i l i n g 1887. She V.MI a member of t h e , secret service men and reporters. Church nf Christ here for the past that few recognized hi.-n. 48 years. She is survived by her husband, Walter of the home: two daughters, Mrs. Hillard W. Robertson, It was 6:20 a.m. (CST) when the president, en route to Groton. Conn., for hit private speech slopped off -.- car with Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Lewis E. Robertson, both i H a r r y H V ai;ghan, his military of Little Rock; one son, Earnest ; a i d c T!]Cy , troll(!rt ,| OV ,. ns t a i rs , ·W. of Terrell. Texas; one sister. : through the station and out on the · M r s . C. E. Russell of Sac C,ty . tr , et A n Mfrly mm ( . h ) j Iowa: four brothers, Marshall and . ha , , |nd sair) t(( h j s w j f c . ; Chester Frederick of West Fork, j ,. wh a n d J c f f r y and Charles of Fay- etlcville; and 13 grandchildren. ] runeral services will be con-!j|jj Weather ducted at 2 p. m. Monday at the Church of Christ by the Rev. Fred Arkansas: Clc.'ir to p a r t l i-lnudy McClune. Burial will be in the i (hj, aMrrnoon. tniiig'lu .ii»l Sun- j F a i r v i e w cemetery under t h e did ., y . ] 1U | P r h i i n ge in lemper.-iliue. rcction of Moore's Funeral Chapel. ' Pick Up In Buying Seen, Food Controls Retained WashingtnM-iVPi-A top government o f f i c i n l experts retail buy- !ne t" pick up mr1 move along at \\ fiist clip for quite a while and lhe K o v c i n m c n t itself appears in no h u r r y lo ictnuve controls from prices of b.-isic foods. This outlook on business v. ;is revealed two developments ye.sterday; 1. Secret nry of the Treasury Snyder aul .1 vtNir-long Mump !'· .sales Ji;is ended because the buyer's poiketbook has recovered from the e m p t y i n g boom that followed the outbreak of the Korean where, not an Instrument for their destruction, but he went on to say that baforc we can enter the atomic age "we must achieve peact." Thc president said Congress "can wreck our chances for world peace if it takes the wrong kind of action." "Fortunately," he continued, "there are many men in the Congress who recognize the serious danger that confronts our country and who arc not yielding to political pressures for false economy. I hope and believe that there Arc enough of these men so that we will get through this election year session with our national defense reasonably intact." Red Troops Maintain Posts In Truce Area it's the president." 2. Office of Price Stabilization nfficii'ils indicated they would go slow on removing ceilings on food items in general consumption. This wjs their reaction to a letter by four r e t a i l fooi distribution trade R i o u p j -- c l a i m i n g to represent .ibout ]2.~i.G% J.IOITS-- who asked OPS lo suspend controls on 233 food produrlr. Finland Stan Paid Up ' Wasnlngton-W - Finland has sent the United States $U2,127.18 lo retain Us record of being the only country never lo default on payment of a debt for American aid after World War I. 28 Tiny Tots, 12 Senior Girls Entered In Contest To Choose "Miss Fayetteville" Munsan, Korea - (} - A United Nations spokesman disclosed to* d.'iv the Communists have main* taincd infantry observation posts within the Panmunjom truce area d u r i n g the deadlocked armistice talks. Bn«. Gen. William P. Nuckols j .-.uid the Allies had known of the ; three positions "for quite some lime." He said he did not know If Hum's has the l i g h t fiill for Fa- they are still in the are*, or':, 1'jav. ( A d v . ) Again today the armistice dcle- , Buttons made no progress on the j issue of prisoner exchange. Red Cross Bloodmobile Here Late In June ·onhert Tike Fun i Chlc»go-f/Pl - Four gunmen in- 1 vadcd west Hide fur stnrngc Twenty-eight "tiny tots" »nd gin Friday night at ";30 o'clock 12 senior girls are entered in t h e . » ' - Harmon Plnylield. Miss Ffiyetteville contest which \vill be hfld n ^ x t weelt. In addition in prnse-paicl t r i p 'ln»* r herself ; The Red Cio« Bloodmobile will be at the American Legion Hilt June '.'3, 24 and 25, to colltct blood from donors. Fledge cards will bt ivailaWe two-day ex- Nrwporl for ( , n u TM . - t n - .- TM - . a chaperone, the w i n - ' " 1 the TIMES on June 18. They warehouse yeslerdiy and In a day- i of lhe title w i l l go lo N(w;-ort, nei w i l l rrcrivc as prizes $10 nioy be signed and left IP b« col- l l R h t robbery drove off with a ' Ark., to compete In the Miss Ar- worth of diy cleaning: two nalr of.lecled b a Red CroM worker, truck lo4 of fur colts and pells, kunsas beauty pageant. .nylon hose; a box of chocolates;' 1 valued it »18,000. i 101 In M*bm Birmingham. Ala.-(/fi-A blister. Ing heat wave brought temper*' lures up to 101 degree lo Al«' One calf seems to be having trouble f i n d i n g his plncr nt the t a b l e even though his three brothcri nnd sisters »re cntina. The quadruplet were horn unaltdided under n tree in n pasture on t h e C. A. Sprague _ farm near Michigan C]ly, Ind,, June'7. Veterinnrlars report t h a t not only Is such a multiple birth u n - 1 h.inia yciterday §nd"nn relief w a s : held Thurtdny night at B o'clock contort will he us«l In help pay Wallle Ingalli, directing the F a y - ' n n d n supply nf cosmetics, ettevllle contest, which is spon-1 The winner in the tiny lot divl- sored by the I.irn* Club find local slon wtll teccivr $3 worth of Ice merchants, announced today t h M cream, a coxmetic set, a beach the onte»t It (till npon t» entncs Wll, nnd a swim toy. preliminary conteii'. will he Proceeds from the FayHteviHe Flog Day Observed Throughout Country New Vork-(^).Todly fc t*Mn Day. and renrkl th« 17Sth verwry of the adoption el tho u«u*l, but that It is also unusual (or all to survive u.lhout mrdicnl Attention. The two built nnd two helf. | n night. Hl«hs of 101 \vprc r f - ' a ( Hnrmon Plnyfltld The f i n a l s ' fni a .unreboard for tho new high i and strlpci by DM wi weighed a total of 100 pound*. '\ I corded it Tu«ciloo«a nnd Mobil*. I and the tiny toll 1 contest will be-1 school gymnasium. | ConireM.

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