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12 PAGES TODAY Read by over 25,000 Doily IOCAI FORECAST-- /OIUME 90, NUMBER 285 County Resident, Age 100, Wins Prize At Annual Gathering Associated Pr*» Leased Wir» Inferesf Is The First Concern Of Th/s Newspnper War In Korea, Two Years Old, Highly Destructive AP, Kipg and NEA feature! PKICE HVt CENTS By DORA PAGE Parallel 38 in the predawn darkness two years ago tomorrow and ,,,. , ' , c ·.","·»;·" plunged Korea into a blooriv, bit- Wmslow-(Specia!)-Mrs. Aman- i n i . ...... , h ,, ,, da Arnold, who was born February dl " as bct ' n TM * stale- 15, 1352, has lived in the same malc state for 100 years w i t h the ex- The naked aggression a g a i n M (.-option of three years. Those years the United Nations-sponsored fie- N- were spent in Missouri, where. , j u bij c O f S II K when the present Mrs. Arnold was L n ,,;,,i n · · Knl ' Cil b . v the ed or c; . . . · -^o\iet u n i o n s puppet, ".North (i-'3.KI1. Korean Peoples Republic" began ~ destructive, sec-saw STM «;;;- binTM"- rsfT,; ^ TM'TM' '» 'TM war t h a t has pro- U n t i l o n l v a few d'.i """" ''" "'inno,. Casualties total sides seemed a w a i t i n g InU^n h'-m ''' , Mn 'V'"" rn " !0 " f |: "' "'"""t - '"u!f l^s'nave ",£», ' ^V^ · 1; '° '·"'"'Iti'-'s. m o s t l y Sout'i K o - .second i m i m ' '"'"". ln " ""''"ding 109.ri71 A l l i e d t a n k s ' ' ' ' *"*' C1 '" CM ' : " lfl Siloam Springs Goes AII Out In Frontier Day Fete r. ri.ovi) ( A H i .in . *' - '» sa.v drew no r' .l i n f a n t r y were "» the Chinese MI I'l.OVI) ( A l t ! . , .lit. Siloam .SpnnK-.-iSpi-i-i.il ,.\- t o i s l i o i n a do/c-i, ...i.i t h e ropeu-off Mivet.; ,,f Folks To Be Paid In Silver nine years old, her f a m i l y took refuge to escape bushwhackers r^iX-af t£ Ind X M 1Cfl "'^ TM War Dct-.-.-een the States. Born near the Mrs. Amanda Arnold More Strikes Are Made On Red Targets Air Attacks Are Pushed Against Power Plants Seoul. Korea-(yV)-Aii- l-'nrce and Navy fighter-bombers learned up a^ain today to hammer f o u r of t h e five C o n n n u n i M hvdro-clcc- trir plants smashed yesterday in thr hijcst air raid of the Korean war. Nearly SOI) Navy planes from big fieri carriers off Korea's east coast joined Air Foicc planes from dozens of Korean bases to hit the shattered generating stations for the second straight dav. Navy headquarters announced. None of the planes returned to · the smoldering Suiho power plants . just south of the Yalu River : boundary. But the Air Force said F-84 Thundorjcis "completed de" - community of . Freedom in Crawford County. ! A m a n d a Lane was married to .Joseph W a n e n Arnold when she was '23. Her husband died in 1341. They had nine sons and one : daughter. Three of the sons are living and Mrs. A r n o l d makes hep home w i t h the d a u g h t e r in Winslow. Mrs. Elbert rtirtenour. She is the grandmother of 51 children, the great-grandmother of S3. and j t h e great-great-grandmothcr of I three. | Mrs. Arnold spent her l i f e on a ! farm, working exli-emc'v hard. | She soun the thread on a loom j and then into cloth to be made i n t o clothes for her large f a m i l v . While living on B l a c k b u r n Creek. : i Mrs. Arnold set i n n u m e r a b l e traps · for coons and o'possums, to get their hides. She dug the ginseng i j plant and marketed it at $7 a ' p o u n d -- a t i d v sum in those davs. A l t h o u g h her eyesight is f a i l - ing. Mrs. Arnold remains active, and helps w i t h the work around | the house. Her recipe for longevi- ; ity is regular r a t m - and sleeping. : w o r k i n g hard and l i v i n g a Christian life. Last Sunday at the a n n u a l Old Folks' Reunion at No. 8 school district. Mrs. Arnold won the pri?e for the t h i r d consecutive year Texas Mobilizes To Battle Polio, At Critical Stage Accidents Send Two Persons To Hospitals Truck, Two Cars Figure In Wreck On North College unable to say todav wh -* A u s t i n . Texas-i,lVGov. A ! 1 a r Shiveis says the polio s i t u a t i o n ir Teyas is at a c i i t i c a l slace am] I has c.illerl on Tcxans to mobilize I against li:e disease. i Shivers yestei.-lav a.-kcd i - i l i e - a n d towns M clean up t h e i r bai !; yard.:, their alley's and streets. He urgH "every member of o v r i v j f a m i l y " to help out by t a k i n g p,, r i i in t h e c l e a n u p drive.' ! The N a t i o n a l Fr.-.iniiation for Ir.; r.inlile Paralysis said in New York the polio i:ieioaso in To.-a^ w, .. more m a i l e d t h a n in i h e re; I the n a t i o n . Fifteen new polio c.i Two Measures Win Approval. Will Go On The Calendar V.'.ishinglon -.-Pi- The Sc.iatp if Labor C o m m i t t e e t o d a v approved ·s t ' e H u m p h r e y b i l l to per.-iut l ' , c n "leu T r u m a n lo K-I/C t.ie s t r i l . c - " "-'ll III.:: me.r.ure. s-ion:.oic-| In- 1 Kniatiii H u m p h r e y I D - M i n n ) , t h e g r o u p al. i apiirovc.l a broader cp-caked l h i u u ; h t ' p e bii.-.pnc - . ! , - - t n c t in the g r a n d p . n a d c of n-,S i l v . r S t i i k c .Jubilee The Ing p a i . i d i - ,,:,. ,,f !',e h i g h _ l i g h t s of the 72nd a n n u a l f e s t i v a l , f'-alurc'l a w i d e \ . i n i - u .,f hoi- e-i d r a w n v c ' i i c - h - i.iii::in': (,,,,,. a I v i i n b r i . Ill:,,-), P !i..,,,.,| h t - a i - . - . to · the r.l.if'.ivoa.-l,,-.- -,: I!;,- ,|,| W'.-l. ! The husiiie-.s d i - l n , i. w.:h ,-,,,1,1. m . H i v e tr.-ifni- inneil o'f . in.-e ve- ; t c r d . i y m o r n i n g w;.-; . a i i i p n r - . l w i t h Miccl.it,,: ^. The |,,,||. : ,, ( (i.,. ! nei.jhhoniu: O k l a h o m a hut i!,,. ! l.ren-.e of m a n y ot'ier M.,(-·- -.veie i d i s n l a v o d on the car-; p a r k e d o u t : side the p-operl-off are i j The p a r a d e cairi,-,! o,,i ( i - p 1 " f r o n t i e r day-," t ' - e n - of || J( . f,...|i. · val. w i t h co-mined lior : .i men r'd- j inc. a m o n g the a n c i e n t , c l a l t e n i ' g i bu? n jes. fire engines and surre-. ;. , K'diii': c l u b member^ f m n , ; ,, V i ..-'' Nirtlnvosl A r k . i i . - a - i town-: ,-,H!C w i t h Iwcme.-i f i o i n O'il.i!,r-in i anrl Missouri Open llniKt- Held Comnany pi., big barbecue l i e r - a t I I . . I N nt v.-ith ·!,.- of t'-e f e - | , v . 1 F ...... i n J u n e s -- ^.1^1.1111% i: .M,'.M ;is \vcrr suffered by t h e .^ornnrl wo- tho oldest woman prcstnt. Shr re- m ; i n - a Sprin.^rlulo w n m n n . c-civcd a large box of cantiy and M r s - H e r m a n M i t c h e l l of . a bouquet of flowers. Two City Firms Are Entered But Apparently Nothing Taken year compai-e.-l to XK last v e . r Polio was called at t h e "miH epidemic stage" in San A n t o n i o w i t h 58 c.-i-ies and eight de.uh-. Proposed Lake, New Building On Center, TV Plan Discussed By Council In Busy Session ·""'" A stuiction" of two power 'stations n u i n m g I O K C n M i t c h e l l was follow,-,,,. ,i -^X-,"£,-. Tw 0 Fn ye,,!,,,e f i r m s reported ^^^^ ^..S.FighthArmvreport^^^Sr^LT;"; '£« ^? '^~increasing patrol action along the Lumber Companv and Washing- p.'^^/ """ Pm - IbS-milc battlefron. Tuesday. l i o n County Sales Comnany. t.:e !, u k ri h^en ,,·" A "F SIP";'TM zT ; thieves apparently l e f t w i t h o u t of r-,,,/ , , ' ' t a k i n g a n v t h i n g ,' Cai»erse, La., s t r u c k the M , t - · The City Lumber Companv rob: ^ "''' l h r n w i n * i l ir "° ?'""' , bery. city poice said, occurred l a s t . B i l l S m i t h ,t T - . ' n i g h t or this morning. Entrance bru'-e, nb , · "'' T^'"'" was gained through a back door aiout i(l-M 1-, M ""i ''" tS l a n d a pane of glass was broken A ( " '- J''^/"? 11 - V '" C " , '"' from an office window to enter t h e ^ mjl^ ^'[^ The second attempt a p p a r e n t l y ^ *" a u l o n l o b i ! - -»st west of occurred Sunday n i g h t or^d" · Vr'^nTM^ S hrri ", B r u TM c "~ morning, a l t h o u g h it was not riis- T un ?', ' I-"'-' hn '"' :h ';^ «'itl, . covered u n t i l this morning. The r "£f" firi , V "" : '"",'" W1 " '"' a 'Washington - ,,P, - The Atomic ' f pa ' 0 ' Cf " m " an - v b , uil( »"K TM* ""- Prauie'Grove' h±','iT ''''"" " Energy Commission plans to build T* ? * W " ltlow W0 '' i h r c l l t c n - - Tl P a n e w atomic plant, prohablv ' ; , ,"^ ? ° rc P° rlorl a " "1- somewhere in the Ohio Valley at . P en macic to °P cn t h o an estimated cost of 81,197,350,000. S ' ° w " n °"tj"cccss. It also proposes to spend an- ' n . .,"." 7 other m billion dollars to expand DOOV Of jDriflCKfale two existing atomic plants a n d : ' **r""«|vyio two others now under construe- ^fa ^ ^ ^ i yrslci-day a f t e r n o o n when the cap- more o'ut-nNcnuniv polio ,-·',,' ; in which she was a passenger was spokesman said tile hrxpit'ai w ,struck by a semi-trailer t r u c k in fnrr-.'d to cons.cive its -pace foi , l h e 8(111 block on North College Dallas p a t i e n t - . Avenue in Fayetteville. C o u n t y K o r l W n r l i i polio · Hospital reported oi,ly t h a t hei '" 3 U w i t h line,, n ·general condition torlav was ? : l '-Jw" n p w 1; "'C5 were rr-ported - "good." Witnesses said she apparl Tex , c",-'" tr!!' 1 ', 1 ? "I- 1 "' ^""Ih" :"Wrr M r^ hrn ^^i;f^S w a s i i d i n g m a sedan driven by u n d e r t r e a t m e n t , l i v e of them i c E. Mitchell, 2:1 of Springdale. poit-.-J yesterday. ' e rejected by the ""It 1 r ( h i - , m o n t h w h e n emv ncTidmcnls to let;:-.- of tiiem-- !a(i,.n c o n t i n u i n g w.i;;c-p: ice ( n n - i l n - l r i a l p; liol.-'. Their a p p r o v a l by the l.ab,-r and ,-airroi L o m n u t i e c as s e p a r a t e b i l l s meant h e y -.-.-ii; now g,, t,, l h c K r n - i u calendar. In Ihe w i n d u p o ' t h e e ' l r i ' e i -llor^d'vesici" »""· '^S- na i e v,, 1IK | to request sia,^ '^' ,V' S." pmnS's- l " - t d M s t c , t|..,, t Ppc-denl T r u m a n use the and othe, replicas of cap f i t r'ayrlto-ill.- eral h-i.-y |.,,,,,-. -...--IOII la-t ni-lu rove'! a pl.n I, se ' - ' ' i t - H a r t l e y law m the steel .stride. A porvision of t h a t law permits; the a d m i n i s t r a t i o n to seek an mean to the c i l v urqiii . area The p a v o f f way.: cnme al t h e "Wi-lls-Fargo" oi|,.-e one of a -eric- of l a l s e - f p - o n l - ; b n i l l a l o n g one end of t'-c business d i s - t r i c t . N'ext to thr express a-rem-y .ffice -day · ", '.vi-i-n Ht;;h- .' h" p l a - i of b u i M i n ; Storm Strikes Much Of Iowa ::ll u c t u i Suiinre D a n r p "rid Yer.teiday's big d p i o o . i t - . - I,, 1 and -li. wh to develop a n i i m b e i sites-; -- Agreerl to 1'iaii permit to th" H . ' l c h e r y ' . n i n i u l i u - - ; a n.-ivbiiiiiV.' and crop damage e s t i m a t e d ing )UI,i to the W'-:t of ,,;; ,-,,-,.,,,,,, l h , )US ,, K: , uf , , ,, ] , , ' ! l m j l «l s t r u c t u i c on Center Strc-,. w i t h T,u- :,ro,, ;1 "^ w h l c h ,,,,. ;ir Uirrj.-nrJo finditiotis County, di.sruptprt Vet Moinos-i.T'-A violent wind huil-lin:: : "' r| '' ; ' in : - t l t l [ i l -^ru-: k m « r f of JJrnthrr;, l f v.'ii l;i f .[ i n ^ h t r.MUiiric; prnpcr: 1 - ., , , , l l i ' · M I l '· \viin j fi ( . . trnn- '^.x^^L««^rfr. i:; th,. left it there, a piop'ra'd f,rd : ln ( -"'' i "-'- 1 " «»-day court ,,,;,,,,,,« o r b i l d i n Y « ll '' rt »-« "* -en, wa , ,,,,. l e f t i, the the a t r ; k e to c o n t i n u e souare dance staged l a - 1 night on Kranllng to the F a y c - l t e v i l l e Broad- . ..,.. "'"'" C1 --- " · c a s t i n u C o m p a n v . Inc.. for i n - buildings, upp-ooled tree-; and k i l l la-. I n III New Atomic Plant Slated Will Be Built In Ohio Valley ; T i n m a n dislikes the ' con-.cmls t h a t using it would be " u n f « n " since the slcclworkers . u n i o n held olf a strike call lor an even longer period al his request, l.ov.evcr. T r u m a n reported last week he is considering use o.' t h e l a l t - l i a r i l e y a c t a l t h o u s h he Questioned w h e t h e r a court order M a m Street. Dancers f i o m m a n y O/.aik and O k l a h o m a towns took p a i l w h i l e ncwsicel cameramen i m m u n i c a t i o n x , demolished (arm s t a l l a t i o n of a TV opi'-ntpon -'I il M I, Some Shortages Said Developing tors lammed so closely around th d.-inrers t h a i it was liap-d for moi oeople to net a view of the cos turned pcrfoi niers. M a n y of t h e people who t h r o n r ed Ihe s l r e c t j yesterday ai:rl t,-,,i. , ,'-k. At 'd m i n o r i · I tv.o persons Washington - ./P; - Tbe Defence Department a \ . it has b"cn forcer! t'i ration some l'pe-; of a i n i - i n n i - · . f ] j r ( tion in Koiea. Hut t h e de|iartrucr,t J ^ J j said such rationing is not ;.n ,,,,- of accident occurred. Depulv Sheriff A d r i a n Cooper reported, said shortages have developed m u n i o r tion. The proposals are part of the development contemuiatcd when President Truman asked Congress recently for 53,191.000.000 for a steppcd-ipp atomic weapons pro- Amons the 13-1 Korean V.'ar dead being retl.rncd to thr. United oUitcs frf.ni the Far East Command is First I.t. Wayne W. Reed gram. They were disclosed today £ ," n of Albert D. Reed, 5H North Making Of Color TV Eijen!lower H «P^I Of ,,, , Sefs Declared legal Acceptable Policy Plank "-'-.--"..« u-^ in ^ n .,, ". '..'x--c,-,p, :(; e:,, ) ,,^n. K ,-ParolejRevok ··'-'.uld gel the s t n k e i s back on the l h l slrc!c ' ts J'^'-erday ai:rl t,,,i., v job. - hoisted coslume-.. '-on-cn weari,,... I';!"'.'',"'' w l o i i : v i i i t s w h i l e t h e men s o o i t ed i-lil-aw.-.v coals and d e p h v |,;,|; Other pe-.plc. eaii'-i lo t a k e p:,,t m . f,,, the luc die....-up ,;,-,,,,,, I,,,, ;,,,,,;,,. e n l l y not :.. 1I( . j u : 1 w | i ; i l 1hr . v r.hould lo- I; 1.1;,.. ,.-,,,,, n u , wood cowbov costumes I-V.Miv.,1 o f l i i - i a l - - - . - . t p i n - , 1 , . t h a t between 1(11)00 an-l iri.iniii p,.,,,,],. w i l l \,"w t h e f e s i j v a l -- l i , , . 72n,| service v.-a:, not p a y i n g . I'our-Acre Lake Planned V',,- told the C.Mincil of p l a n ·^idential ;,re .. '--ay 4.-,. v.-hr-,-, had h l v k t o p p r - . l n n 'nion Shop Included ' I h e steel sei/.ure b i l l noposf-l by H u m p h r e y w o u l d a u l h o r i / c the · pn'S.doiit to seize the p l a n t s a-id c h a n p e t h e w o i k e r ' r war,-, and : wi.ikn.L' roii'lition... but v.-nuld nol 1;^- r',\-crn.,ncnl to m a k e a : u n i o n shop agreement, one ol the major i.-.sues in tin- s t r i k e L'r.der a union s h o p a g r e e m e n t '-'-·hu-h i h e slerl i n r l u s l i - y h' ; , 5 .siout- j'.in the CIO Steelworke.-s . woik. to replace t n o Fr are now in operation ; have been run fia.Oflfl and miles; . r . Adople-l .-,,, 01'Imam n a t i n g Ihoioui'.hfan-s wlm I t m the cits- ;,-. - 1 nnm': n..i i;, ann as avenue-:, v.-it!, h,,,,i,.... : i l ,| . - - M , o i o u i ; l i f a i c s l u n n l i i ; - ilirectlon; I'- I.' h a n i ; e d a f o r m - - , ! l l n l l v . proved oi'lm.inci- n, i i.-g-lldin;: t h e ph,i,, R 7 A I I I I K . I i / , - - i i: , ('if-' Ti-.ii-.Mt (.»ei a l l . ; hi,:. d - , V h d i ^ 7K III! State Hard Hit By Drouth Blytheville Has 104 Degree Heat r HP. *'· I.:-.! k:iris-.-i: out r.i re -i:!-. . Th'- n o: r o fvi.'le v.a: .Morse'-, h i l l w o u l d a l l o - v ..c./urc of any U K i u s l i y essent:al lo national s e v u n i y (o avert a -.tnke bl't w o u l d give Conirress II) days m w h i c h to \e!o the order. The seizure would run for 61: d a v s u n l i - s Cor:-;re:;:. s:pcr:! "otrd to CM, ' in publication of testimony before s l l l l oh Street, Springdale n House appropriations suhcom- ' Tlu -' ho l i s of the Americans mittee on a supplemental ap- arc bc '"S rett.rned aboard propriations bill. Town Hall Meeting Set For Tonight Tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the Hospitality Room of the Arkansas ·Western Gas Company, the first ,, , , of two Town Hall meetings is r ^i.ifurt-(.-7 )-A Ilhineland ar- scheduled to begin. A second ses- , ress '" ld a f "''ankfurt police of- sion w i l l be held tomorrow night worc accuscd toady of di- starting at t h e same lime. ^ r e e l i n g ;he most powerful So\-iet The public is invited to be pp-es- ' p - v r ' nf: ovc '' uncovered in ent and l a k e part in an open dis- , '' Gci ' nl;i "- v - Th c federal at- eussion on projects which mav be ' or ''' ( '- v """e:sl's office o r n t i n u e d lo the advnnt.ise of the comiiwn-'!·" "?"" l! i n sccr «-T most o! the ity. I d e i a i l s of the espionage network « ' W h i c h A l l i c a and German counter- Tax Write-Off Allowed iSST ^" !s smnshctl Ii " 1 Fayettevillc Concern i K Z h "a ^^^ Dallas. Tcxas-(/Pi-The / a l i o n a l antl H c i m a i . u Wesibelt, F r a n k f u r t Production A u t h o r i t y yesterdav · P" llco d e p a r t m e n t secretary --granted .1 c e r t i f i c a t e of necessity · n c ] f i tfl ·· Fayctteville, Ark., f i r m for a hurried tax w r i t e - o f f on ron- s'.nirtlon of a defense f a c i l i t y . The company, O/ark Salvage, win he allowed to w r i t e off fi.i per cent of Its J12,fiBL' construction costs for tax purposes'. The "r mcnt today lifted its b a n ' o n ^ ' t h c "«P=" a 'oieli;n''po ; - ·' pu4"on m a n u f a c t u r e of colc.r television be w n l t c n i n t o -.he" l i e p u b l i . - i , n .. -- - ..uuu.u t h e for home and t h e a t e r use p l a t l o r m which vould ''.r- -icce'-it A i n e i i c a n Victory, and are ex- Tl 'e N a t i o n a l Production A u - ahli- both to h i m and to Vi KiX- pectcdjo arrive at the San Fran- thority replaced the outright pro- crt A. Taf! of Ohio, this hibition w i t h an order p e r m i t t i n g Tr ; m a n u f a c t u r e by f i r m s which ran v -' ;lnl | prove that color TV w i l l not oh- · f: C"' j.struct their defense o u t p u t . I However. Adminis.tra'.or Henrv i l l . Fowler, who signed the order ' s a i d he expected t h a t few maker* j o f radio and TV sets for homes n; """i '· n-mild he able lo q u a l i f y hecau-e most are deeply in defenr'e work. Revoked Affer Two Get Info Trouble TV Station Corporation Formed In Little Rock cisco Port of Embarkation week. Two Are Accused In Spy Ring Direction Truce Negofiafors Are Warned By Communists Munsan. Korea-M'.-Communi. t truce negotiators today warned the United N a t i o n s t h a t continued which show that you do not ..' ,, , ,:";····" '"-· 1 ; i ' f Io extend the Korean -ho _ a l l e c e d , h , c f spies. M id N ,,,, h Kn , 0 , n r , n , v ,..,, general declared: "I don't to ste a b i t t e r c o n v e n t i o n over thi.- point." , This, s - t a t c m o n t ca.ne a f t e r Ki-:en; hi.-.ver ii.-,,l piirhed ill's (amji...;;n on a peace or war ir..ue u - i t h Ta!!. He hid gioii|-,ed Taf. an.on:: the i.'-olatioms;..; in .-, ,::.-,;,,.· foreign policy speech I:, ! n.;.'!,',, A if-.norlci- askcrl if !,e · · . - . -!,-.. | ing to p, ; ; T.I ft on the defc:,-:-. c" ir, (he f.n.il . lagc-s ot the I - . I N , ' p a i ^ n foi t i , e Rf piibiit-a:, p:e:;- dcnti.-.l n o m i n a t i o n . Kis.-nhowcr r e p l i e d - J -'^ Ro-k-i,V,-The parole, of two Arkansas convicts -one fac- "K Kentucky ,obbe, T charge, l h p "H'" in a federal p e n i t e n t i a r y , ,. ' S '"" ; f ' f i' .'iie'Tj J"' ' ' it.-r w i l l ba'rk feet r.f N ' . n t h -P. - Th.- A i k a n - J 1 "' 0 -, ,\'' hR . h ''·'·· h|1 --n bl.,,-1-.- ."ipanv f i l e d a r t i - t^ bk'' \ " - h ' OV-'IHM"^pMi'Tl',;: "ll-dl '"d^''"" l! ' k " ,"' h " inV " : - ! "" "' " : ' : '"' 1 -'"(.- H..1I od.,v. e.-«. he explained Th,.re -,.,11 be ire: K. A. Kneel no s w i m m i n g or hoatinc he ' Branson of and the lake w i l l I: . O.:.uk l l i l ; Morr:l,:l. N'e-.-;)ort and Ar; adclnhi,-, n o ; Flipi.i.. and P::.-,l i h i f f '.If.: l;.itc.-.-,l!e. !·-.):·! s-.--:'-, V.'alni: 1 H : -,.-,, :ir! d Ca.'i-.nen 57 i.:::;.- K... ·, .,-..i K: n,, : .-, .,,, -v, .,,,, Tcx:.i;..-.n.i '., Police And Troops In Brazil Hunt Convicts Rio d,. J j n . - i i " . I5r.i.'.i!-M · Troops :,i-,,| p.,:i,-,. tuip.ed t r e coa-.tal li:wn r.f I'.ir:,-, j : -,io zn - were revoked veslVrdav by Kta'te SniV'.'', 1 '-!! Tl^ ^'', " M l n n s " n °' : .' nl ? ""' l;i1 :'- v ' ' n h " "^ only'for' l!"""?,.,!!,!'of"' W'"wTM n TM'j: Parole O f f , c , M - W P H a l l ' ^i -.e.iort. C. K. Lowry of i j t l l t ^ h i n g and a- a :,,"-nic a l t , a c t i o n . (,,,,,,;,, , , . , . , ' , . , , , . , , ' "'" k: '"' **"«·" ""* «· '"»-. -k o,, the lake,,,, ,n ,,^; :, ' -I, ..'^ ,^ ' ' '""" ; "" m *' V "" t r o u g h the ,,,,-,;,, : id;ng c^'rv- iv.t. he- f r . , n t f i ,·_ armed lobbery and a ,. miirdr-,- charges lie sajd J T .M. - , -'· D'.nald. p a i o l e d m ID.'il 1,00, a «..,.",,.' ,. (·:.. e-vear :'-ntcr.,-c ',,,,,, p,,,,,,,,, -·'"-""' ; - ' o'li.ly. w.-,i sei,I.-m-ed M.-.y n ,, N ' o i t b e i n MISM...MPPJ on ;, !,.,,-,;, | "·' Kilibini; a l...,n-.l,ei|. Mi. · hai.k lhc Arkani.-,.. Demo, rat Company of l . u t l e H o i k - Kadpo ^cording U l o a d c a s t n i K , I n - - . o f Hot S;,rings "'" , C " UI " ''· ; " 1 ' 1 v -'i» ion.,t,,,,-I a and the .\at,,,,,al F .'iuitv I ,[,. I,,'.' fl"" 1 "' f """ w ""' 1^" ^ : . m a n , e CoMmany of I . i t t l e H,,,-k ,"', pil.il i.-- fifill .-.hue-; Paid in c a p i t a l i r (· of the c , m p . i i i y i i t h o i i / e d i vah Purp, I- lo .v.pl.v f;, r a pel con.'.tnicli'.n of a t.-l tion at Little Rock. l|,,snif.l si r , . " ' "· l ''"' nd '-' 1 l..l r.. M «"«« Hrr» K x t i n j u U h r d : Tw,, ,.,a: -.·,,,, .,-,,,. ,.,,,,,,,,,; ,,. ed Sunday by the F ,- . - t e v i l l e K i t , received a p p r o v a l of the men for tne piopo .al. TV Plan. Oullinod C i t v At'.oic.,-.- A n M , . M l , . ; . - , , -'--H-sla.on",^';;,, 1 - 1 !:;!:;^;'.,' 1 :;:";: ·1:1011 Map) ,,. :i | to j,,,,;,|i ., ,,.| r . v , ,,,,, ,,,,,',... in the i i l v Th- piop.,:,,l ..,, Ii,',;, in:,!iiic!i(in of t.,-...(.,-, ,,,, ., ,,,. '"'«, w h i c h w i l l |,,,-i o,. :i ; i . TV irjc. Pr SnullK-.-i-ter-i II tv - a i . i -,-,,r,.- . soldi. IS and p- ·-trr.-t K.....-I -,. been:-,- t h e ::.;: ed 1r.,n.;.oi;.,-., ( " · · l : r . i / i b . , i ''·"·- 1 '·' ·" ;:.!:..11 ··· !--i:i.i-Ied the rettor:,,! scarce ··t-^ In,! H.iyrupt- l .l,r:.-.' 1 n:d one ,r:,-d ki-k-d ye;'.. -. - , r the towns -I;, -. were clos- a. m Wcdnr.- »' '»·; - ,,,,,,,,,, Miss Bergman loses Out u ... n ., . .. . .. ^ in case over Daughter Moiiilton Resident Named Manager By Candidate Jack Holl , . !,,-...·,) n-... '' I - l ' t l e l!(ick--/r--J.i(K Ho;' an- lion .-.li.i.n ih» \.l ., .. r, I "-lephoi, incut.. -,.A u . \ p l i a i r n . - i u i ,-,, I n t . , h- H r l i n o u r n K I.outfit W.i-!.,::-!-,!:- The FRI 5.1 M |o- d..v it h.^ V i . - . i t . d more t h a n 1!!.nun . i n n !i l ' : ; i | i i c n t s r-ince the p - - " · ' ' - : r e - i l . - i ' i v e service l.iw M i ' i i t i n t . . .-[fee! f i . u i ye-irs xgn. P' - I n g r i d P c i g - I.lltle K'n-k-.'P-,(,,,, || man lo:: t,,dav in hrr effort to nnuncrd the appointmer.t ol Ar- liave her l;i--.,-.,i-old djughter. Ih'ir V. Oimf.nd of Momi:,,,, ar Jenny, visit I,,-:- t!,,. ; M ,mmcr in man.if.ei- ,' (,.. ,-,,.., , .,,, , . ,,' e,,«'u " nln n fi i 1 tn ^ r r i n ^v-.pre^; 1 ;;;;:;;.,-:;: ';:,,·;·,, ^,,,'; O T »-»-«:-.»~TM'..;,"«..,': e e v l l e w,, h head b g h t s b u r n i n g · Robe, lo R o s s e l h n i . Superior Judge in I e- o n _ o t h e r _ ( h a n "dim or "depress-. Mildred l.ilhe r u l e d ,' C a,nst Mi's h";',^' The Weather along the Ail,,:,..,-, n.-.ci H's The Law H,,ii .1.,,, , , ,'',0,-. SK "" I " ,t e s t a t e broker Aside li,,ni or' h.i-'o i'c'-, ^ervofl some 12 ye.ns as waste ;,,.d ,-x!r; 11. ed." Violators are subject to a nprrnVin'V a n n l i e i t i o n ,, ·· Nnt of not less t h a n $1 or more ! The "dec led M is He,TM n ^ om ""» nl - v ·''·"·"·tni'. t h i s ,s his bv t h f ».r mntnct. . f l o n r t r n n . n j , n| .,, |i;ink j,.,,,,,,,^ ( | | l I h u a y A u d i t T'ommis- (li-lo'ed "M^^ r"'"'''''" ''"''" ''"' "'Vrv'^ r o ' o ' l W H h i f f ^ ' .Hj-rf.""" 1 '-'''"-^^^^ --,,:.» : ' ,S ; r v-- --·' -- c -r,';;; :·'·"- ·""-" ««"·"- '^£y^' * ^ .'r^;^ 1 .,^;,,;;,1 : me i i i r i i M . i y rommi'.s.on out ln.ni ;;.,| U i ,1..-. ,,,^1,1. A i k . m s . . - - i le.ir to p.irtlv cloudy n-l I-,..! i-.'.i,-h ,-1,.111-e in tempcr- . t u i c s i i u - i .iltcinoon. tonight nn.d th. .'ompanv. I n , - . ..pci ,i f i . m r h i M - fop ^:, ^.H r i g h t of i i - n c u . i l at UK- end |i»li'..l uf t i m e It M-I-, m imnil chaise., fo, I n s l . i H ,| montl-.li [,-e: fo, th.- M-I-V dinii-.cc- -A , i Mi ,f K i T I H I l --nth t h second Ki.-h.ud.- iM.mpanv. Up said since telephone, ompanies, as well service and taxi · · , nchise taxes, that ,f lb.it the new TV concern should, be m-.xl- taxed In the c i t y , but ?ald he wm .n and w l l l m i : to w n t o i n t o the nrriinnnct '-. » me.iMirc d.-l.iymK consider,u lor r - "I sin h t a x : . s f.n f i v e years, c.lllinf v n d i n R iltor Alderman up n nVciis'.,,,,,' nt Ili* "Vubjci-'t"*' MI r..l:.ed th« question of th- end of t,i,-h fi\-« jen'ri.

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