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12 PAGES TODAY Rtod by ov«r 25,000 Daily J)orti)U)rst IOCA1 FORECAST-- r a v f t t e v i l l f and r!c!nlty partly r l o u d y and I l l f h t f 7 cooler tonight. Tomorrow generally f»ir and warm. Mifh temperature -i*ttcrday 93. low TO. noon today M. St:nrU« i.M; iun- Mt 7 35. TJie Public Interest Is The First Concern Of This Newspaper VOLUME 90, NUMBER 279 AMOCtaMd Free* UaMd Wir* FAYETTEVILIE. ARKANSAS, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 17, 1952 AP, King and NEA Feature* NICE RVI CENTS Bradley On Record: Russia Capable Of Taking Europe Washington - () - This nation's top military strategist was on record today as saying Russia could overrun Europe now if it so desires. The statement was made by Gen. Omar N. Bradley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who declared he believes the Soviet Union has not made a military move against Europe for these two reasons: 1. It recognizes United States superiority in atomic weapons "would make her pay a very desperate price at home." 2. It has a wholesome respect for U. S. military capacity. Bradley's statement was made at a secret session of a Senate Appropriations subcommittee May 5. A copy of the official transcript was made available to reporters yesterday. He and other ranking U. S. military leaders frankly described this nation's military potential to the subcommittee, which is studying President Truman's request for 52 billion dollars in defense funds for the 12 months starting July 1. They all took issue with a move by the House to limit defense spending to 46 billions, They said such a limit would scuttle U. S. plans to bring its defensive strength to its peak by mid-1954. Russians Go Ahead Here is what the military strategists had to say; Secretary of Defense Lovett: "The Russians are out-building us --we are falling behind, relatively speaking, in the arms race." Secretary of the Army Pace: "The U. S. has been using military supplies in Korea faster than it has produced replacements. In answer to a question, he said that " we have less reserve" in fight- | ing equipment than when t h e ' fighting broke out two years ago. \ Gen. Nathan F. Twining, acting j Air Force chief of staff: By 1954, the Russians will have two o r , three times as many planes as this | Portland. Maine -(£*)- 0 w enf- nation. "I think I can say t h a t ! Brewster, the Senate's f i f t h rank- qualitatively the Russians will be as good, if not better, than w e ' are in 1954." Secretary of the Air Force Fin- Frederick G. Payne by 3,000 votes letter: "We have lost time . . . j n Maine's closest primary in al- Air Defense Ordered, Round-Clock Watch Over Nation Begins July 14 No Special I Significance, Asserts Army Senator Brewster Defeated For Renominafion By Gov. Payne Return From The Past ing Republican, was defeated yesterday for renomination by Gov. time that can not be recouped" in the Air Force building program most 30 years. New Officers Of Rainbow Girls Named because military leaders have held I The total vole m yesterday's off committing themselves on de-1 balloting was a record 155,754- _ fense spending until the size of j f o r |_he Gop a n d Democratic Sen- | Order of Rainbow for Girls the appropriations bill is "'" 1 ~' J ~ """ ~ '" J known. Senate Group Calls For Faster Buildup Of U.S. Air Power The Grand Assembly of thc .,, ... Jrdcr of Ri marie ale bids - The old record was 149,- Arkansas, in session at the U n i - . 000 in 1940. . versity, this afternoon elected new j Brewsler, whose turbulent po- officers. At · p. m.. all officers State Sizzles, Temperature Of 103 At Wilson Recorded Little Rock-(Special)-It was hot again in Arkansas yesterday. Wilson was the hottest spot in the state with 103 degrees while Blytheville recorded 102. The thermometer hit 100 at Ozark and Morrilton. At Little Rock a 34- nelk; Newport, Flippin, Hot Springs and Jonesboro; 97 in Fort Smith, Pine Bluff, Walnut Ridge, Searcy, and Camden; and 94 in El Dorado and Texarkana. Fayette- vilJe again was the coolest spot with a maximum of 92. In Little Rock an all-time rcc- year-old record for June 16 was ord for daily water consumption broken by a high of 98. was set yesterday when 22.8 mil- There were traces of rain in lion gallons was used. The previ- Calico Rock and Newport yester- ous high was 22.6 million gallons day and Little Rock early today. J --last Friday. Other temperatures yesterday ' Yesterday was the eighth con- Included, 99 at Stuttgart and Ar- secutive day that Blytheville had kadelphia; 98 at Batesville, Dai da- a high of 100 or above. 1 Washington - (/C) . The Senate Preparedness-Subcommittee called today for a faster buildup of U. S. air power and cited testimony b\ the Joint Chiefs of Staff to support its stand. The subcommittee, headed by Sen. Lyndon Johnson (D-Tcx), said everything must be] done lo step up rates of produc- i tion in order to reach a goal of 143 wings as quickly as possible and overcome a "terrifying" Russian air superiority. "To do otherwise would reduce our defenses below safe levels and be an invitation to disaster, lical career goes back to the early 1920s, had no immediate comment. An unofficial * tabulation gave " ------ G8.485 but the Grand treasurer had been named as follows: Grand worthy advisor. Mary Ann Sacrey of Russellville; Grand worthy associate advisor, Willa Jo Bullard of M a r i a n n a ; Grand Chari ity, Judy Anderson of Little Rock; But Soviets Said To Have Capability To Hit U. S. Washincton-W-Thc Army disclosed today il has sent anti-aircraft defensive positions about some strategic indus- t r i a l plants, big cities and Air Force centers. An announcement said the move "has no special significance" but It en me on the heels of Air Force ( orders for an around-the-clock i watch fnr possible onemy planes. Civilian defense workers will keep the 24-hour vigil beginning July 14. Maj. Gen. Frederic H. P a y n e votes to Brew- ;trr'; fin '"57 Onlv ' I I J | ** uuy r v i l u c i : % U I 1 U l i^i'ie nut*, · p t t f f i ? - p l G r a n d Hopo ' Sarah Franccs Joy-,1'alrolman Lluvd Little warns Marsh McLnughMn ajfalnst setting any j Smith.' Jr.," deouty" director of th- ° --_ _ f . l l n e r of Helena; Grand Faith, Joy rpced records with his newly acquired 1909 Mctz roadster white pas- I Air Defense Command, said it in icngcr Jim Coc bracts himself against a hichly unlikely fust start. The | necessary because "the Soviets ancient roadster, which chugs along in a cloud nf blue smokr. draws a | * B VC had the capability for *ome trowri wherever it parks. (MrRobcrts Photo) cincts were out Cox of Dumas,'and Grand rccord- and they have but a handful of votes. er, Ann Parks of E! Dorado. BREWSTER Last night at a banquet preceding the evening meeting, Marian Barring a tre- j Sacrey of Russellville was intro- mendous upset-- duced as Supreme Immortality to no Democrat has! serve at the Supreme Assembly in won a major of- Kansas City later this summer. lice in Maine At t n c Service Club banquet " i n c e 1934 _ last m 's nt Norma Wilson of Hel- 'Payne, 51, w i l l - c n a was elected president for Friends Of Fulbright In Washington Say Senator May Be Vice Presidential Choice the subcommittee said in a report j win again in the first-in-the-na- | i)r ?""' 53 ' Lois Mitchell, Fayettc- dealing with the recent "stretch- tion September 8 election. '" " """ ""--· out" decision by President ~ man and his advisers. Tru- Democratic foe will be Roger P. Dube,30. a surprise primary win- i Sweden Sends Jeis Aloft With Orders To Shoot At Attackers For Folks In Baxter, Tenn. B a x t e r . Tenn. - l/P) - Baxter's The report said the subcommit-! nc r over Earl S. Grant. 12,576 to tee established that the Joint' Chiefs of Staff, headed by Gen. 126 combat wings and 17 support- i ing wings, not later than the end i of 1954, with mid-1954 preferable. · The report described Russia's production.and capacity for pro"shockingly high," 9,336. Grant was the 1950 gubernatorial candidate. Not until praclicaily every vote was in would Payne admit that he had won. "I feel better now," he said and issued a statement thanking the voters for "a great tribute." T h e affable, duction , , adding: i personable Payne ' "No decisive victory in the cold Icame'to the gov- war Is possible as long as the So- : ernorship in 1949 viets hold as terrifying an edge in after a varied military readiness as they do to- i business and p'o- day. As long as this situation ex-. litical career. He ists. there is little hope of peace had been a news- in tt \ world." daily reveille the residents of this! small mid-Tennessee community' Water Emergency In Near An End Wichita, Kan.-(/P)-Fresh water Stockholm, Sweden-^-Sweden^kept up her search over the Baltic Sea today for a missing transport plane and sent along jet fighter escorts with orders to shoot if the Russians attacked. Thc stern action reflected anger expressed by the government, press and people over j the shooting down yesterday of an j unarmed Swedish flying boat b y ' two Soviet MIG15 jet fighter: planes. i The seven crew member?--two j of them wounded--of the downed _ ,,_ _ J .. . plane were picked up from the need a little early-morning sleep., was Pouring into Wichita mains at sea by a small German freighter Hughes is off on a two-week' 3 ^ ratl °' 23*6 million gallons and taken to Hangoe, Finland.! vacation---his first in 28 years, i daily, today--and the city's water They had been searching for a , j n 1924 Hughes decided t h a t ' crisis apparently was over. It Swedish transport DC3 missing 1 bugle blowing would be healthful I was a crisis that came with three since Friday with eight men - aboard. It was assumed here the Russians had shot down that craft also, but the search continued today. Some 5,000 Swedes, jeering, shouting, "We will see Stalin hanged," and "Down with the Communistic -warmongers," demonstrated in front of the Russian Embassy last night in protest against yesterday's attack. Thc government handed Russian Ambassador Constantino Rodinov a "strong protest" against "act ;cratic prcsidcntial nomination, will be boy. theater manager, accountant, mayor of Augusta, 'stale finance commissioner and Army finance officer in World War II. Brewster, at 63. ville, was named secretary-trcas- _ urcr and Martha Bair, Bcnton- RotTOWinQ DV ville, was made program chair- -* ' man. j Al a mecling ycslcrday morn- : ins. Grand officers of Arkansas : held an iniliation service for Pat- j ty Pen-in, Wilnita Mayes a n d , Lynn Osborne, all of Faycttevillc. | and Nancy English, Patsy Pickle,, Carolyn Crofl, Bertha Banks, and ! Nancy Young, all of Springdalc. Preceding the initiation, thc assembly presented a memorial service. . A mother advisor's luncheon was held today noon in thc private dining room in the Student Union Building. The sessions are to close Tuesday night with a banquet followed by a dance. -* Washington -I/P)- The Arkansas time to attack us." The Army said it has deployed anti-aircraft units to field positions to provide "an increased state of operational readiness" for the nation's defenses. Exact locations of batterlca were not disclosed, but the Army said they have been placed so as to "prnvjdc m a x i m u m d e f e n s e against attack from any direction." The announcement continued: "The move to on-site positions i congressional delcgalon has gen- , !rn:lly endorsed Senator Fulbright I :n.f Arkansas' favorite son candi- j | s a 'ji cp | n continuing Ihedcploy- j r i a t c for Ihe Democratic prcsldcn-1 ment of thc Unllcd States air de- tial n o m i n a t i o n . \ fense system. Thc Army ompha- The state's '12 delegates have ! sired that units had moved to these .been pledged to support Fulbright i positions periodically for more 'on the f i r s t ballot at the party's;" 11 "' " ' cor and lhat tho current ' national convention. ' movc n »» no social significance. "In the air dcfen»e set-up . . . ment appeared off to a good .st.'l Interviewed yesterday "h"ad"no"o"b"- ' ght5r """"I* 0 TM .r ould fcc lhe Government A Smash Success ,,. , - . _, ,,, , · lUlliUIIMI I Ull\ V I I L J I J I l . Wash,nglon-(/!VThe govern- Arkansas members of Congress today, from a cash standpoint, its biggest borrowing p i o K r \ since World War II, a piogr;. ! designed to help it meet defense- jcrtion lo thc state not having ndined any of its congressional or .jtnle officials ;is convention dele- gales. fcwolt«n-«xp«iiw:8. ; As for Ihe action on rulbriflhl, Proposing to sell on July'l^m [Representative Trimble put it: issue of three and one-half billion i "I'm for him all the way. If v/e dollars in six year, 2 3-8 per cent 'can't get him in as president, then sold out so quickly t h a t it closed the books before n i g h t f a l l . Indications weic that banks and other investors snapped up the bonds with such gusto t h a t PAYNE has been in the Senate 12 years. He also was governor and congressman for six years. He was last chairman of the Senate's v v i l l £ W U U 1 U UC I l t r a i l l l l U l I TM a T TM *-* 1Jio m a t -.auic w i k i i H I ICC j . . . i 3 » » . IT · -.._ Ever since he has been breaks in four days in the 48-inch I W °"; ld War . "investigating corn- blowing reveille from atop a pole pipe that brings water from wells : mlttce originally headed by Presi- = _ , . . . _ , . j ....... . - in an area 30 miles to the north- dent Trllman and also was on the commiltee lhat probed Pearl i in his back yard sharply at 5 a.m., ! daily. : Harriman Will Visit Party Men In Arkansas west. The third break, Sunday, put Ha 'bor. the city definitely on an emcrgen- He supports Ohio's Senator Taft i 2 ' 1 ; of Lock wood, Mo., thc truck cy basis. ifor the presidency; Payne is an! c l r i v e r An estimated 40,000 workers in ' Eisenhower man, but the presi- i Tnc Pontiff contends lhal the factories--most of them in plane dential angle didn't figure strong-i t r u c l c was operated in a careless plants and sub-contracting plants ly in the primary fight ( m a n n e r and was nol on its own making parts of them--were idled . What brought out bitterness was i slde . of tne n '8hway when the $211,000 Suit For Damages Under Way The $211,000 damage suit filed by thc widow of a Springdale man against a Joplin, Mo., truck line and driver opened this morning in ; the' bonds" among ' subscribers Circuit Court before a jury of 11 when thc issue date arrives, men and one woman. \ · Mrs. Arthur Tonne of Springdale, whose husband was killed last November 12 in a car-truck collision on Highway 71 south of Wesl Fork, filed ihc suil agains' the Mon-Kim Truck Company ol Joplin and Elburn It. Kollmcyer, marketable, re-salable bonds. t h e : ' ' m for llim as vice president." Treasury opened Mibscriplion I Senator McClcllan Jlald "I would books yesterday morning. 1 h c n ; n n v c 1)CP " g' a d to support Bill Fulbright for president if I had been n delegate." Representative Mills said first to engage invading air bombers. Aircraft which get through thc flrtt line o( defense would be faced by anti-aircrdft batteries near vit»l target «tea« . . . "Deipite the increa«ed effectiveness of the air defense system, it is expected that a determined attack would result In some enemy aircraft getting through. to their assigned targets." he favors Fulbrighl and feels that convention delegates should be their subscriptions exceeded the ' chosen from Arkansans nol In amount offered, making it npces- Congress so lhat more people w i l l sary for the Treasury to ralion ' h a V c an opportunity to participate in party affairs. Said Representative Guthings: I "He is able and well grounded" i and i.s well qualified for president. ! Representative Hays along \vith | Trimble has been boosting Ful; bright as a presidential possibility ; for some time. There is some speculation among Washington friends of Senator Fulbright that he* may wind up as the Democralic nominee for vice president. The reasoning House For Increase ;ln Benefit Payments Washinston-MVThe House today gave its final approval lo Icgislalion increasing social security benefits at least $.1 a month for the four and Americans now Italy Approves SchumanPlan Deputies'Vote , Is Favorable ' Romc-(yp)-The Schuman plan to unite Western Europe's coal and steel production under international control cleared its final parliamentary hurdle here last night. In a 265-98 vote, the Italian Chamber of Deputies ratified the 50-year treaty pooling the key industrial output of six West Euro- a legislative committee probe into j fatal accident occurred. The de- i ion of violence" and demanded "swift . . . 1V _ , , . ^ punishment of those responsible ° c a « uest . at the p "'ask. County _, ,_ , ., t ,,_. uv . u .. ,., , C g,.,, d u v ,. ( j u i i i i i n n u t ; i n out; imu /. required normal water supplies. chaTKK 0 , g r a f l and influence- If" 5 . 0 " SUmrfcnt . ' s ha ' T thc 1949 for the outrage." Galhings To Conduct House Investigation Washington-MVRep. E. C. Took Gathings (D-Ark) has been nam- , Bar Association's "Gridiron Din- ,ner" here Thursday, Association : President O. W. Garvin announced jtoday. I Harriman, mutual security ad! ministrator, is coming to Arkansas to confer with Democralic the National Press Club's annual San Francisco Pays Honor To Air Ace San Francisco -(/P)- San Francisco today acclaims Col. Francis 40-plane ace of two parade up Market p-ddling in the slate liquor monopoly. Both men were mention- j Ford coupe driven by Tonne was j proceeding at very high speed and crossed the center line of the highway before siddswiping Ihe truck. A roll call confirmed yesterd.iy's tentative voice vote of approval and sent the measuic on to thc Senate. half million that if Tafl eels the Republican I pcan nations. Only the signature receiving p:iy- - - .cd to cost about year. nomination, the Democrats will i of President Luigi Elnaudi- counlcr by nominating Governor i peeled within a few days--was Stevenson of Illinois and lhal Ihey i needed lo complete endorsement- i i l want ;i Southerner as his r u n - ning mate. the other nations--France, and the economic Allied Saarland, Controversial General Is Released By Army Los Angeles - The major general who created a furor by saying Hopping To Continue Battling Brass Hals Arkansas School Of Medicine Wins Praise The m- st logical choices, the' West Germany, Belgium, The Arkansans reason, then will be ' Netherlands and Luxembourg--al- Scnators Russell of Georgia, Ke- ready have ratified the treaty, fauver of Tennessee and Fulbright which their foreign ministers sigji- of Arkansas. Russell, they say. ed in Paris on April 18, 1951. likely would prefer to stay in ; The pact now is ready for de- the Senate. Southerners appear : cisive action again by the foreign cool to Kelauvci, so that leaves ministers, who must appoint the j the Reds had the power to over- [ Lltllc Rock-f/Pi-"Arkansas. under ils great dean (Dr. Hayden C. San FrancisonfflVWealthy Sea- i Nicholson) has become one of Ihe F u l h r i g h t . Gridiron Dinner in Washington, ] street "nd a formal reception. ed to direct a House investigation. mC J ,,?:."''", 0 " pom ' cs The 33-year-old fighter p i l o l l r u n Korea any time they chose ] man Bruce Hopping, 30. awaiting outslanding schools of medicine of Immoral, obscene or olherwise ana P oll "f 1 ^ 15 -__ |bagged six Communist jets in K o - j was released loday from a c l i v c . a bad conduct discharge from thc : in the western world." Dr. C'har- jrea to add to the 33 German: duly. j N a v y , says he will conllnuc lo les Huggins, professor of urology G e n t r y ' , es . K . before h ' was! Retaining his National Guard bailie "the domineering N a v y ' at the Unlversily of Chicago, said :le Rock city attorney , c "5,' u , , t 5 m . Wor 'd War II. -commission, Maj. Gen. Daniel H. j brass hats" when he becomes a ' here last night. Democratic candidate Gaoreski. natlily uniformed^ ci-. I'udelson will return to his civil- j civilian again. He says he wants i Dr. Muggins praised offensive "current literature.' Speaker Rayburn yesterday designaled the 48-year-old West Memphis congressman to conduct the probe ordered by the House last month. i Gentry Out Of Army and now for attorney general, has been released from the Army. gar-smoking native of Oil City, j an job as an oil company exccu- to "work toward improving so- More Than $560,000,000 Distributed Under State Revenue Stabilization Act Pa., arrived yesterday after com- tj vc .' I pleting 100 missions in Korea. Six ·-- hours later, he greeted his wife j and the eldest of their four chil- Heat Strike* dron, Djoni. six, who flev in from ".! _·""*" i their Battle Creek, Mich., home. Cor Company Problems : called Navy justice." Hopping, vice president of a lumber company In Tort Newark, , N'. J., is scheduled for discharge in a few days. Thc N.'ivy judge advocate ficn- cral yesterday upheld a recent 13,000 court m a r t i a l conviction of Hop- were ping on charges of conduct prc- the institution at commencement exercises for 169 graduates of thc U n i v e i - sily School of Medicine. Loyde Hudson of Bruno was honored as top Ei'-'duate on :,rhol- arship and as thc most outstanding student in thr Senior Class. Grand Jury Returns Three True Bills Three true bills were returned at 5 p. in., ycsterdfty by thc Washington County Grand Jury. Thc jurors indicted Sam Napier, 46, men who \vlll put the pool into operation. The ministers will meet in Paris "sometime next week" to do this, a French Foreign Office spokesman there said today. McClellon Can't See Congress Quitting Now Washington-W)-Senator Mc- and Anna Mae Rouse, 27, both of cwlan D-Ark) looks with dls- Canc M i l l , on charges of illcgul co- lovnr on report* Congress might Elkins Collfire President Namrd habitation. Lee Allen of v.'.i.s charRod will) Mxlonty. HoUi defend tints on the i l l f K i ' l f i - l i n h i t a t i n n chai'KCs nppearcd in C u c u i l Court t h i t mornniR and quil work in the near f u t u r e and go home for Ihe remainder of the New Y n r k - f ^ t V U r Rueil (I. ci.'il- were fined K';S .ind C^MS -- totals The A r k a n s a s senator said vest c r d i t y that "with world conditions ;ts they arc. with thc steel strike in progress, I t h i n k it woujd be cr of education, has been named rested and placed under bond, but noor policy 'or Congress to quit president r.f City College, Cl.-ill.ilt- has not appeared for t r i a l . a n f t «° h " m( ' without making some her, 48, was elected lait nl K ht by The Grand Jury was recessed provision for reconvening, of today by Circuit Judge Maupm i The Weather ; ndTM 1 ( ' F - N e a r i y · auiomoVle p l a n t workers Little Rock-WVMore than 5^0 thc largest single source for sup- Arkansas -- Partly cloudy t h i s ' i d l e d here yesterday by heat j u o i r i a l lo Navy discipline. It was mfilion dollars has been distribu ! port of thc revenue stabilization afternoon, tonight and tomorrow, strikes. The strikes, caused by a'based on the sailor's"complaints, laKhor, assistant U. S. commission, of $S4.. r iO -- rath. Allen v.;is ar.^ ,mrier the Arkansas r 1 .v.n,,.i"Jnd-The highway money a m o u n l - . w i l h widc 'y scattered thunder- record-breaking fm-cicsrcc thcr-jaired through newspapers, that ted under the Amansas icvonuei^ (Q $18 | 4 n 6 n o or 34 pcr ccn , showers in thc extreme northeasl morncter reading, idled lO.OOOofficers aboard Ihc USS Reclaim- stabilization act during thc seven of thc st ' sl ' e ' s 'revenue from a l l ' portion this afternoon: not o,uilc workers alone al the Hudson er., a r a l v a g e ship to which Hop- years It has been in operation, the sources. , so. warm in the extreme north Motor Car Company. Others were|ping wns assigned, were "petly the New York C i t y Doaid State Comptroller's office· report- Not all this money went Into P? r 'ion this afternoon and lo- i oul al Chrysler and Ford. ilyranls." Higher KducMion. · dimming;. cd today. ' the state highway system. Under n '8 nt - Thc revenue stabilization act: the law, $41,873.000 was t u r n e d . seta out a formula for allocation, back to thc counties and cities for! of state funds. The report deals'road and street purposes, was paid with revenue years which end on | out In gasoline tax refunds «nd The poultrj mirket today n re- May 30 of each calendar year. I t i w e n t Into the general rcvcnuc ported by the University or Ar-| Montgomery. Ala.-'/fi-A grim Sunday w a r n i n g caroless drVcrs, on thc h i g h w a y . He plans also to speeders n. Ihc No 1 h.i?ard. W i t h «nd two-week siege of highway slaugh- congratulating (..ireful motorists deputize 120 same warden', and that m mind, the h i g h w a y patrol unprcre- The carnage started w i l h the. forestry p a t r o l m e n ::. road watch- arrested .VST d r u c r s for speeding crn- ors. In t-.vo d.'ivs t h i s past weekend. Mar^t - h\tfft m Q^ j\||.o u | | n [(fort To Curb Highway Slaughter Itn mirket torlar n r«- f t 9 covers the period beginning w i t h ' f u n d . kannai Initltute of Selene* Ihe 1945-46 revenue year and ex- j Next to highway revenues, the Technology »nd the D»lry «nd Jer has iouciied off" an tending through the 1851-5J rev- sales tax, with $147,33S.38S. or 26.- Poultry Market News Servic* of dented ' c a m p a i g n asainsl rir'eiess Memorial" Day' honday:. iiirl" enue year. Thc summary shows that during the seven years a total of $563,- lfl.1,539 was collected In lax funds which so into the revenue slaNll- witlnn pot. Out of this, $56l,!.o3,. flat w»« expended, lenvlng · b«l- nnoe of |1,M1,7H. Highway revenues constituted 16 per cent was the second largest,the U, S. Deptrtment of Atrlcul- drivers money producer; state Income tax. tur*. with S63.359.219. or 11.25 cent, was thc third largest Public school aid -- $153,990,- ings light In all points. Prices nl carry oul his orders to arrest ell added 50 men lo the 2«! a l i e a d y Me f i s m e s 29«--took the latest single part Ihe farm, reported up to 2 p. m. t r a f f i c l»w violatois In u n i f o r m In addition I'.c h.u d l - about !10 more r i u i s e i s Near Lepanto, Ark. l.epanto. Ark.-WP)-A 17-y«r-old I.cpanto girl drowned yesterday In the Little River nc»r here, the fourth drowning in the state In two days. Ann Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts, wi swept away by awift currenti in A l a b a m a . Even Gov. tinned almost without lei;tp u n t i l On thc I l i R h w i i y p;itrol, Per- Persnns put a speed l i m i t into whil? wading "with her tht«e : Oorrion Persons, in his »lren- 39 persons were dead in 12 days, sons has broken up the f a m i l i a r effect on most Alabama hlghw«y« younger brother!. The body WM per Northwest Arkansas m a r k e t equipped limousine, is patrolling To give the H i g h w a y I'alrol mn.« t w o - m a n teams and ordeu'd the seven months ano by executive recovered. firm, demand f a i r to good, offer-1 the »oads to sec t h a t officers s t r i k i n g power, the governor has i / f u - c i s je.nsiKned " i i ' man to .1 order, pegfling the l a v / f u l rate of · .v III put t r a v e l at 60 mile* an hour In thc the d a y t i m e and 50 it night, lie has of the revenue distribution. Thc today, broilers or fryers, all Accompanied by * stale h i g h w a y reeled 12' liquor enforcement h i g h w a y s f i f t y p a t r o l m e n will go promised lo cut It evon lower If *mount for schools wns 27.40 pcr wcight.1 2.55 to .125 pounds, 27 lo p a t r o l m a n . P C I n n s traveled agcnls and Public Service Cnm- ba k id ndin* rmitorcvrlpv "Ihe.M- highway murders" ron- through 14 counties Saturday and mission Inspectors to make .irreits Thr governor has singled out l i n v i e . cent of thc total. 20 cents, mostly 28 Keep Talm. HU Metle MclUnry. Ill.-dfl-JuUui Bruhnke i i« 103 years ord today and says his formula for lona life U: "Never Icxe your tenMtr r

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