Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 25, 1952 · Page 1
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4 A PAGES TODAY Rtod by ovtr 25,000 Doily IOCAI FOIECAST-- rjy«'.tev.l and v k i n l l r f*!v fair .irvl w a r m an i -Ain-ly tor'nM T'ininrrft'A- p j r . t v rlnu'iV w i t h »orr". 1'. low 7V i in lo-I iy D! - 1 01. jun-et 7:j7. The Public fnfercsfIs The First Concern Of This Newspaper VOLUME 90, NUMBER 286 AuociatMi Prm UaMd Wir. FArETTIVIUi. ARKANSAS. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1952 AP, King and NEA Fiatum PRICE FIVE CENTS Off-Street Parking As Project Urged Proposals Made Effort Made To Win Freedom For Carson Attorney Would Get Pardoned Slayer Out Of Prison Pastures Droop, Crops In Area Suffer As Drouth Continues Allies Pound Red Targets For Betterment Of Community Town Hall Meeting Brings Discussion Of Public Issues Gene Howe Is Found Dead In His Auto At the first of two Town Hall meetings, held last night at t h e : Arkansas Western Gas Company; Hospitality Room, off-the-slrect j parking got first billing as the most needed public project in Fayetteville. Cards were passed out to those present, with space, thousands for writing what each i n d i v i d u a l ; ."1 thought should be the main project for the Chamber of Commerce in the coming year, and nine persons present wrote ''Off - the street parking" in the spare provided. Second was the t r a f f i c situation, followed, in order by: Additional hotel facilities; Farm market; ; I n d u s t r i a l expansion; B n a u t i f i c a t i o n of highways; City manager form of govern-. A t o t a l ment; j sought. Expansion of the city sewer system. Star City, A r k.-(^-Lincoln County Circuit Court was asked today to free pardoned slayer Joel Carson from the Cummins state prison farm. Carson's attorney, Sam Lafcr, filed a petition for a writ of habeas corpus, v.'hich if granted woulu obtain release of the convict. Circuit Judge Henry Smith was not immediately a v a i l a b l e for comment on the action. The petition alleges that Carson a b o u t ' i s being hold illegally in view of of his ' t' c f a ci t h a t he was pardoned by McMath earlier this AmariHo, Texas - f/P) - Gene Howe, 66, famous Texas editor, was found dead today in his car on the southeast outskirts of Amarillo. Howe was c h a i r m a n of the board of the Globe-News Publishing Company of Amarillo. He was found in his ( 9:30 a. m. (CST). Cause .. ..._ death was not known immediate- Governor ly. 'year. Howe had been a newspaper- 1 Carson was convicted in 1038 of man since the turn of the century. : murdering G u a r d J. B. Keller but his fame was made in the v -' hile escaping from t h r State Texas Panhandle, where his "Old' Hospital at Little Rock, where he Tack" column was daily fare for was bpin 6 examined prior to t r i a l ·· i o n k i d n a p i n g and robbery charges !at Conway. Carson was sentenced !k d e a t h , but the l a t e Gov. Carl j F,. Bailey reduced Ihc sentence ' tn l i f e in prison. j While on f u r l o u g h from the pen' i l e n t l a r y at Christmas. 1942, Car- Blood Collection Falls Far Short HUNGNAM NORTH KOREA WONSAN [Nation Swelters Under June Region G06S Heat Wove; Winds Rip North ^^ Rj|j|] ! The Bloodmobilo left Faveite- Fort S m l l h l l r l u o r slorcs - In '"I '.vine for Springfield. Mo., ]asl : s P n n « of 1!) ' 13 h was sentenced : n i g h t . 413 pints short of the quota t o 30 - vears 'mprisonmcr'.. l h a t : first set here. O n l v 187 pints of .blood were donated in two days. ' h f e s e n t c n c c of COO pints had been A f t e r hls l' iirdon b ' »''^'^- .Carson was arrested again in con- Eighty-one pints of blood were i n , cction , wi , th a j j g h t , i n N ° rlh LiU !?on got into (rouble again. He Bonib bui ' s *s along thc Y a l u River near thc M a n c h u r i a n MIG-jcl base pleaded g u i l t y to robbery of tvo at Antuns indicate thc area v.-hcrc N a v y and Air Force planes smashed Suiho and other Red hydro-clectrir plants in thc biggest comhincd air raid o. f the Korean war. N a v y planes flew from the earners Boxer, Philippine Sea find Princeton. Air Force lighter bombers took off lime lo run concurrently w i t h thc f r o m dozens of land bases on thc p-mmd-. Othcr projects oned by at donated M o n d a y afternoon, and j i tic Roek last May 18 and prison prospective donors were re- W L I I U I pi o jut is u i u i H J U i i K U uy a i ' -- r ~ ~ * - · ~ «--·· ^. .J .· 1.4,_ * %, . least one of those present, includ- iected. Yesterday 106 pints w e r e 1 l n c j sam cti provision of facilities for model 'donated between 9 a. m. and V J h . ,,,5TM plane enthusiasts. Supl. of Schools Pm - T h e t c v -' ere ' rejections. Virgil Blossom said he would a l -| Slightly fewer »«» 300 had signal Harmon Jed cards pledging blood. The blood is evenly divided between hospitals in the county arid armed forces--chiefly in Korea. range this promptly Playfield. In the discussion period, one person present sairt Faycttevillc needs something to provide work Tor young people, and reported he has a number of calls each day by youngsters seeking employment. Proposals Summed Up The summation of the suggested i Little Rnck-(/P)-Scn Esics Ke-, projects was made by Jasper Py- | f a u v e r of Tennessee, a candidate I f raf All Mail In · - - ' - ' i f o r , h e Democratic presidential ! W«WI Plflll III Kefauver Due In Little Rock Tomorrow o f f i c i a l s :-echecked the record? they found t h a t Ihe lamation covered only the murder conviction and did not mention the Fort Smith robbery sentences. On that ground, Prison Supf. Lee j Henslee ordered Carson returned . to prison to complete the robbery term?. Later Carson was convicted of illegal possession of a weapon and j assault and battery in North Little j Rock Municipal Court. He was lined $150. Harrison Lumber Firm Burns/ Business District Threatened It after the cards were collected i and studied. His report followed' nomination, will visit Arkansas t o - ' .,, morrnw and Friday, becoming the i K|||$ DM, WOUM! fOlIF Bulletins L o n d o n -|/P)-Cltm«n! R . Altl«e today accused the United Slates ol imperiling Korean true* talks and risking war with Red China. H« said Britain ihould have had an opportunity befor* hand to say whether it was "wise" to bomb North Korea power plants. Harrison, Ark.-MVFire, be- m.. third presidential aspirant to do so in recent weeks. Avercll Harriman. another Democratic presidential hopeful, and Ohio's Sen. Robert A. GOP candidate, already t a l k , illustrated on a flannel board, by Clint Waldon, president of thc Chamber of Commerce on the record made concerning formerly suggested projects, and a report by L. M. McGood win's Community Development Com-| have marie their bids for Arkansas mittee on proposed projects. Roy voteSi Se:i. Robert Kei r of Okla- Adams served as master of cere- j hO ma i:, due here Monday monies, inviting discussion by I Keiauver and his wife. Nancy. those present. j W i!l come here by plane tomorrow Projects proposed by the C o m - [ f r o m New Orleans, munity Development Committee, j A dinner will be held tomorrow J. Additional hotel facilities; j night for members of thc Arkan- 2. Farm market; = sas delegation to the Democratic 3. Planting of redbud and dog- i National Convention, members of wood; ' the state Democratic Committee 4. Four-lane highways; , and newsmen. 5. Better parking f a c i l i t i e s ; 6. Airport improvement in e f f o r t to secure air transport; 7. Wider streets; 8. Better traffic system; 9. Mure parks; 10. Traffic men to assist the city in cautioning traffic violators; 11. Youth program; 12. Highway approaches to the city improved; 13. A Y. M. C. A. in Fayctle- ville; 14. City manager form of gov- lieved under control at 1 ' .swept through the E. E. Bonslcel ! Lumber Company and threatened other business buildings here to. day. I The lumber company, situated a block off the southeast corner I of the Harrison business square, apparently was a complete loss. The intense heat broke windows of nearby buildings and windshields of automobiles on a used car lot across the street, . Orp-jpanty of other buildings ; : Chicago-l/Pi-An early summer heat wave held a s t i c k y g r i p over wide areas of lhc c o u n t i y today. There appeared ivi i m m e d i a t e relief from the hut and muggy weather. New heat records for t h e month were re | to i led toppling in June's L-U! In r-wilt ing weather in many parts of the swelter belt in thc eastern h a l f of the nation. The torrid zone extended from the G u l f states n o r t h w a r d t» thc Southern Great Lukes region and the Lower Missouri Valley. Violent rainstorms, s t r o n g winds and showers brought temporary relief to some sections, but in others there were no signs ( t a i n . Crops were b u r n i n g badly 1 in Arkansas. Temperatures soared above HID . in many cities and readings were in thc 90s over most of the M i d , west. N i g h t t i m e brought l i t t l e relief from thc humidity. An estimated 70.0UU persons jammed beaches and parks in Chicago during the night to seek relief from thc boat ami h u m i d i t y . Thousands stretched out on blankets while hundreds spent Ihr night l i s h i n g from rocks and piers. Cars were parked b u m p e r to b u m p e r throughout the beach and park areas. It was O.T in Chicago yesterday, the eighth day in J u n e w i t h temperatures of 90 or higher. 33 In St. Louis I n Jacksonville, Fla., the mer- I'liry climbed i n t o lhc UOs for the 21st straight day, breaking a 5,1- yca r-old record i or .1 unc. St. Louis sweated out its IIHh day t}f 90-dcfirce w e a t h e r this month, i with a high of 99, a record for the ! date. j But theic were hotter spots yes- ' tcrd;--. II wan 107 at Hill City, ; ,, Kan. J a s h v i l l c baked in a reading . \ of 102, thc city's top J u n e mark. In Nebraska, Grand Island report- i soviet od a 103. Over 100 In Arkansas Towns L i t t l e - Rw!t - "Vi -, today entered it.-, ;;.'lid day w i t h n u l ; m \ t i l i n g rnoir: t h a n 11 few slim-. IMS. Tcinpcraluivs continued to h n v u r nc:ir the lOU-dcgrcc m:n!:. i The I*. S W e a t h e r H u r c n u i r 1 purled it \.-;r, IfJL! ;it Morrilum ;:nd O.;trk ypstr;:l;iy Other readings ye.jilerdiiy included Klippin 101; Fort S m i t h and Ark;tdelphi;i 10(i; · L i t t l e Hoc!: and W a l n u t 1 Fiiyetlcvillo fl. p . ; Thc L i t t l e Rock m a x i m u m broke . a 72-year-old rccoid for .June 24. ; Thc forecast for lnd;ty and to. morrow is generally fair w i t h l i t - For 20 Days But Section Is Hurt Worse Than Other Places, Is Report P.y BOB P K A R M A V ' takes ;i sroaler Uil Russia Warns Foreign Planes Soys Territory Has Been Violated That w;i., the e x p e r t Bummed up lhc s i t u a t i o n 98; to:ljjy ,-u. thc parched Northwest Arkansas .iir.a entered its liOth day w i t h o u t i.tin. Thc l:ist recorded r a i n f a l l at (he CAA weather Mat ion ,11 Drake Ki"!U was J u n e .1. At Little Rock most other points in tho no r a i n ha.-; f a l l e n for 32 days. Tlic v/cathcrnun could promir,e no; a drop of rain u n t i l ;tt least Sunday. Th;s '.va.s no picdiclicn t h a t il v. i l l r a i n Sunday, jui-t a fort-cast t h a t t h e i e is no possibility i t h a t il w i l l l a i n before ih;*. Hate. I A l t h o u g h an extension a^'iono- mst. in Uenton County to judfie a pasture contest this week. tnl:l f a n n e r s there that North 1 . 1 .est A i - r;an;-as if. m thc best bhapc of any srriinn in thc state, f a n n e r s and · a C r f c u l U m i l wrk^rs arc becoming ; incrc.isinrjy alarmec 1 over the ' burnished pastures and w i l l i n g trops. W. II. Krcyaldcnhovcn told Ihtf Henlon County group the ; nnrthv.'CJtt area and thc Hod River . v a l l e y in Miller County were tho i only two areas where pa.sturcs were, not yet disaslrouily burned. Only .5fi inches of l a i n ha-,e : fallen In .June which usually is the ; highest of any month with an average of 4.62 for thc last $') Moscow-(/I J i-Russin t ild th-- icst ; of thc world today in keep its : planes away from Sovh.t m t o r y ' or run tho risk of h a v i n g them p .shot down or interned. Thi." was : the construction placed by foreign ; diplomats here on a Siui-. note delivered by Foreign Minis'.iM- Andrei Y. V i s h i n s k y last ni/:ht to Swedish Ambassador Tolf Sohlman. The message replied In a Swedish qurry asking whether thc ycars . H c5 jdcs thc rain of June Russians hud .1 hot down a Swedish \$ t t n e CAA s t a l l o n rcconj - show ransport plane missing in thc · .02 of an inch of rain recorded on ?a area since June 13. The j unc j B cnlon County Agent Her- reply complained t h a t i b c r l Russell said today that the foreign planes have violated the j unf . 5 r a l n (;amc down m such a ! Dutch Cabinet Resigns is Netherlands Voles Amsterdam, The Netherlands- Pratt. Kan.-(/P)-Police said a 6G-ye;ir-old man went berserk here last night and killed a wo- m a n and wounded four other persons before an officer's shotgun blast brought him down. Assistant Police Chief Tony Keller said the man \vas Frank Oaklry an rx- railroad worker. Oakley was | wounded in the legs. Killed was Mrs Virginia Block, divorced mother of two small chil- , dren. She was a waitress in ,T i cafe v.-here the trouble started. Critically wounded were two harvest workers, Scotty Douthit, ! about . r 0, and Merle McGlaughlin, about 45. Douthit was shot in the abdomen and McGlaughlin in the side w i t h a .765 caliber Spanish 1 automatic pistol. ; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wines of i Pratt suffered facial lacerations · {/P)-The Dutch cabinet submitted | from flying glass when the wind- its resignation today to Queen ' shield of their pickup truck was Juliana as 5.700,000 of her 10 mil- ' shattered by a shotgun blast. lion subjects voted for a new low- j ' er house of Parliament. As - customary, the queen requested Laboritc Premier Willcm Drees and his middle-of-the-road coalition of Catholic parly and T o k y o -/P)-On« thouiand ilccl-holmeled Japaness police tonight broke up a mob of 2,500 Korean end Jtpines- Communicls hurling firebombs and clubs in crowded Shinjuku station in a brisk half hour batile. Riotinq in the hug* suburban station f o l lowed by several hours bitter ·nli-Aemrican rioting in the crov/ded Osaka area in Southern Japan. Pusan, Kor*a-(flVPresident Syngman Hhee loday n a r r o w - ly escapvd assassination by a member of a Korean secret socitly «i he addressed a crowd of 6,000 on tht second ·nnirersary of Jhe Korean war. The would-be killer drew · German-made pistol and pulled the trigger only five I*el from Rhee. The cartridge did not tire. The man was seized by military police and bystanders. ! using garden hoses, joint.) f i r e : crn Wisconsin last night, thc :;cc- i men in fighting the flames at the '·· onri i n 24 h o u ) s - v 'olent wind and : lumber :umpany or it -med water . clcctrical storms swept Minnesota \ on their own buildings to prevent ; the fire from spreading I There w:n..r .several explosions High m a r k s for J u n e 24 were r e - . RuSKian frontier heveral times re- 8 h o r l period l h a t mOTl uf it rm ported m L.Uie Rock, Ark., with ccntly w W I e .. Sovirl p l a n c , wvff : 0 " r Without .Am« m. violate the border* of o t h e r ! In May, 4.71 inches of rain fell, stales." ! ' II then warned that Soviet fight- ! ers have been instructed to "open fire on all a i r c r a f t that violates thc i f frontier r.nd resist orders to land i ' 98 and Cleveland with »8. In Buttc, Mont., yesterday's maximum temperature was 48. Tornado In Wisconsin A tornado struck in Northwest- JTh« average for May Is 5.41. The \ last "good" rain was on May 23 when 3.48 inches fell. ! Agent In Concerned Here Than 1,000 Enemy in the b u i l d i n g or \,u ^ of the lumber company. Apparently paint exploding. Cause of the fire wn- not known immediately. It is believed to hnve started in thr p l a n i n g p l a n t .shortly a f t e r 11 a. m. at a local field." ! Washington County Agent Carl '. Rose is concerned over the rap- lidly browning pastures. "[ think j it'.\ h u r t i n g as bad or worse than j any other crop right now," he ,said this morning. Rose said that ' even if it mined there would j definitely he a pasture and hay Seoul, Korea - (XT) - Lt. Gen.' shortage. M a n y farmers are al- Glcnn O. Barcus MI id today U. S.! ready selling herds or are putting in . Fifth A:t Force pilots have k n o c k -- t h e i r cattle on f u l l feed. "If we ;t O f ' ed out 1.147 Hussion-built planes : . d °n't RCt a rain within thc next House Asks For Jaft Hartley i Requests Truman ; To Use Low for thc second consecutive night. Thc twister hit Rice Lake, demolishing and damaging several buildings, toppling ;i 450-foot ra- ' DIlllJK Af* flftclrAtfftfl dio tower and knocking out pow- "··HTO «IC VOllUfCtl or lines. One half the city of fl.- 911 population was blacked out. One youth was injured. Six persons were injured Cleveland, 75 miles soulhwes' Minneapolis, which appeared the hardest hit by ihe Minnesota .storm. Several farm buildings were blown down, power and tele- phono lines knocked out and several communities flooded. in two years in the Korean W a r . ' 1R days there w i l l be a steady Four hundred and seventy-four j s t r p a m nf Battle going to market," were shot down. 79 probably f destroyed and fif)4 damaged. Four Children Fall Five Floors Munitions Plant Blast Is Fatal To Worker t a x Labor ministers to remain in office until the election results pcr- j Typhoid And Polio In Stale On Increase Dick Dyer Appointed To Police Force 1 Washington - I/Pi - The H : joined with lhc Senate loday i i-cqucstinp President T r u m n n crnment; 13. Extend equalization of assessments to the county; licc u n t i l thc cloc i ion rcsulls pcr . , Ljttlc Roi-k-f/Pl-Polio and ly- 16. Make a cleanup campaign a m i t f o r m a t i o n of a ncw Cabinet. ; phoicl fever are on lhc increase in continuing thing. w i t h vot j ng compulsory for all | Arkansas. Dr. A. M. Washburn, Record Is Cited ! men and women over 23, there director of the state Health De- C. of C. President Walden, in was a rush to the polls, but the : partmcnt's communicable disease his report on achievements, said; balloting went forward calmly. j division, reporlcd yjstcrday four that at thc first Community Clin; _ ~~~--· I new cases of polio in the state last New York -'/h- Mrs. Theresa Cadi?. \.ent downstairs to a store yesterday, leaving her three children in care of their 14-year-old try to slop thc throc-wcck.s-old p o i 'sm. Moments later, two of thc steel strike by using the T a f t - c h l ^ren plunged to the ground Hartley law ' f r o m lnc f i f t h - f l o o r tenement Dyer of Faycltovi!l P has n wrolo l h c .. rcflWfi » i n t o linen appointed to tho F a y t t t e v i l l c · wagc _ pricc . c o n t l n , b i l ] ,,., a wr: ^^l^^^-.r^r^ "--rst Slprsr r^^; ! ---·^r- 1 - te The standing vote for ihe injunction "request" was 190 to lil.1. Cucumbers, a new crop in Northwest Arkansas this year, are holding up belter than the experts expected. Rose said the Washington County crop, which is just starting to bear, might sti!l survive if i; rains within the next few days. The hot dry winds arc Pine B l u f f . A r k . - ' / V i - E d w a r d F. t a k i n g their toll of the !ariia!3 W a l l s , 33, m u n i t i o n s worker, w a s . r r o p . (The t e m p e r a t u r e hji been killed y e ; t o r d a y in an explosion : in the 90's since June Mih--12 at the Pine Bluff Arsenal. W a l l s d a y s ) . The Washington County lived in thc Dew Drop community, ! agent said the winds are causing n c n r here. the tomatoes to shed their bloom:. Capt. W. S Peterson, public in- Bcnlon County Asent Russell Dick · f ron apartment. Sew nds afterward, the third child and the cousin hurtled S Peterson, public information of f ice i, Sri id the cxplo- and sion fir cur red in a "production area" but did not .say what ruuLcd ic held here in 1948, approximate- 'ly 100 suggestions were made by those present. Of these, 20 were The Weather ; week. That compares to six cases . two weeks ago and two for the runmni* ahead nf production in thc auto i n d u s t r y and a car shortage within a few weeks appears more than likely. January 1, compared to 22 for the same period last year. Eight new cases of typhoid fever were ic- portcd in the state lasl wer-k, brinEiiiK the year's total to 4S. There were only 23 typhoid cases for the same period in 195!. Arkansas--Generally fair and same time a year ago. adopted by thc Chamber of Com: Httlc change in temperature this! Washburn said Arkansas has mercc in its Program of Work. The afternoon, tonight and tomorrow. ' had 39 new cases of polio since record, as reported by Waldon, includes 15 cither completely or par- ,Car Shortage Threatens llmlly realized, live unsuccessful.! Dctroit-W-Salcs arc The projects which he said have been at least partly completed: 1. Street improvement; 2. Park and playgrounds; 3. improved school system; 4. M a r k i n g streets with names; 5. Cleanup campaigns; ((. Garbage collection; 7. Planned industrialization; t. Zoning ordinance; f. Hoys Club reestablished; JO. Improvement of f a r m lo CONTINUKD ON PAGE TWO j | fl " the department to 16 men including the chirf and assistant chief. Dyer was appointed to a nowly- creatnd position. A former bus driver for Northwest Arkansas Linos, ho w i l l become a permanent momhor of the force only after a six-months probationary period. Veterans Returning San Fr,inci;,(:n-(.'7*i-Tho tKinr.pnrt Con. W i l l i a m Black is scheduled to dock at i n H. m, (CST) tomorrow with 2.930 A r m y comb,it veterans f r o m Korea. cousin, Cadi?.. "They f e l l out thc window." All four were t a k e n lo a hos- p i t a l , but two- year -old Souoi ro C'.vn/. was dead. IIei siMer, Ra- monitj. Cisco. Jr., one, and the cousin were in critical condition. Police said tv.o of the I n f a n t s , apparently playing on H bed ne«r thc window, rolled out. The t h i r d loaned over tho sill to look a n d f e l l with thf cousin, who hid , .. . slipped 35 .sho j u s h p f i to t h e o v e r h a u l i n g lhc nation's immigra- w i n dow tion code. He .'.aid thc b t l l is in- - - famous. The mofihure was one of Ihc most hotly dobalrd of tho 82nd ("onyrcsb, now d r a w i n g to a cl Fails To Live Nnmp hccn n r °p cr! v fertilized. I N U I I 1C : a n o l h c r wcck W i t h o u t To I U Truman Vetoes Measure Concerning Immigration Washington - iVHi - President Truman today vetoed a measure County A3cnt Or in Hcnbcit, Washington County roil conservation official, both said this mormnij that thc corn was holding up in thc low ground where there was .1 good dust and thc soil was hig.T in organic matter. "Corn in the low areas, t h a t hai can stan-:l :k without a hit nf darrjage," Russell said. However. three, r.nd brother. Fran- Speed had lived up to his name, j he ^por'ed corn on the upper he wouldn't be going to polite ^_ t r a f f i c school toftay. M u n i c i p a l Judge Home r Buck- try nidercd Speed to brush up on his d r i v i n g because he held up I r n f . ' i f mi thc heavily traveled San Francisco-Oakland Ray nridR- Speed '.vas going .T) ""iil in a -10-mile limit lane. Walter : and is badly it has been prop- Ms defenders said it c l a i i f i c d laws t h a t date back to 1798 and *afc- g u a i d e d the American way of life. M,"-. foes said it was i m m o r a l and followed the N a / i line of r a c i a l the most Miperioi i l y It's The Law M lt shall be unlawful to cx- Siloam Springs Brings Celebration To A Close Siloam Spr.ncs - (Special I -The loot a w a v . |,| 0 | onk |r, p |, nn n r , foi Silver S t r i k e Juhilec is over, a n d , Yesteid.iy « a « the :econd and i a u t h e n t i c reproduction, nobody is Mire just hnw many hiuKcsl ri.ny r.f thc TJnrt a n n u a l : Carol P h i l l i p s , r h u i f h t e r nf Mr people jammed themselves into celebration. The srand parade, and Mrs. W i l l i a m Phillips, and town lo t a k e part in thc festival, f e a t u r i n g hundreds of horsemen her brother, B i l l y , won prizes as But it \wis thc biKKcsl crowd in and ancient, horse-drawn vehicles, thc best costumed jirl and boy Ihc city's ion-year history. drew the jubilee's lamest crowd, j under 12 years of ace. Mrs. Y. P. ported'by thc University of Ar- Thc silver dollar payoff ran The Pluss Poultry Company, j Younkcrs. 05. was honored as the kansm Injtitute of Science «.id right o n schedule yesterday nftpr- o n e of t h e tnv.n's - ' ' . . . . . . _ . Poulfry Market -- The poullr market today M re newest indus- oldest costumed contestant. San- Technology nnd the Dairy and i,» Vr noon as thc city's industries paid tries, was f o r m a l l y dedicated at dra l,ee Klger, d a u g h t e r of M r . ' P o u l t r y Market News Service of l l £ even if i erly fertilised. The Benton County agent said he knows of no farmers who are feeding hay yet, but added that some would be in another week. He said that thc grasses and te- gumcs ( w i t h the exception of ber- mud;i) on all pastures and meadows h,"ne been damped. He reported t h i i t if a rain tomes w i t h in thc n e x t few d.iys m^st of it v, i l ! s u r v i v e except the sorinp seechnR. New Icspcde?,!. inter- pl.mtrd \ \ i t h jnvill cramp, is riy- m^; a f t e r the gmin has been cut. Tlic :riinis ?.nid t h a t where then* 15 a K^CK! protective cover over thr n.titures to keep the soil f i u . n hc.ituii; too h;idly, the grasses liave not. been r u i n e d yet. "Of routs« they're not growing any," they ;aid Milk Product I on Off Farmers report that tnllk pro- wport in .the W. C W h i l f i e l d The two-dny Mis* Arkansas duclion is off' «ibout 25 per cent. Miss Fayetieville Flown To Newport Where She Will Be Contestant For State Honors M I M, n.iini'd "Mi..s r e t u r n '.vith Joyce. They reached Fjvt-'.U 1 ; ,lk j " at a t n - a u t v contest l ' M * r ' i i y e t l e v i l l o airport on Ihe re.-.nil t.,l..,,t ( l,u* l,,-,c l.r.i week. ""'" ""' ;ibo ' Jl l u n ' dock llm , , , , innrnmR. I c l l by pl.n»: lod.iy f.,, Ncwp.,.1, ,,,,,, F ,i.vcllFV,llo v.-Hi met at the w h f r f she v -in. to j r j u i V, dUn-i ' NV'.vport airpnrt by rrpn\ien!n- liriiiilirs (Kim .ill over t h e s t a t e ' lives of the Mis* Arkanvis ron- w h o ^'.ll] aimjicte MI the "Miss test, and t.lken to headquarters contest. She was f l o w n for rcsintration.

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