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PAGES TODAY 16 Read by over 25,000 Daily IOCAI FOtfCAST -- ". Fayeiifjviitr inrl vicinity tlear to p a r t l y cloudy tonlfht n*d tomorrow and rmt nun* 10 w»rm Hi«h tem- p*ra'urr yfit«rd*y S,V low 71. noon today 31. SunrlM i 05; ·UAMt 7:37. The Public Interest Is The First Concern Of This Newspaper /OtUME 90, NUMBER 287 Associated Preu l*a»d Wire FAVfTTIVIUt. ARKANSAS. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 26, 1952 Ar», King and NEA features nvt CINTS House Group Proposes Slash In New Funds 25 Per Cent Cut Recommended By Committee Foreign Aid Among Units Trimmed; Action Tomorrow licr statement that "a former ;ov: ernor and Rovernoi -maker" Washington - l/Pl - The House \ running Governor McMath. Appropriations Committee recom- I The "Nashville concrereman said mended today a 25 per cent cut | paving -'on the Malvern to Butin new funds asked by the admin- | terfield road stops risht in frr,nt istration for the armed forces,; O j Adkins' house." And he doclar- loreign aid, atomic energy and a : c d "McMath is pavim; roads in variety of other purposes. : gaps so nc r;m p r o m j s c to crime In terms of cash, the group's ! back arKJ f i n i s h 1he joh ·. Adkins Running For Fifth Term As State Governor, Tackeft Charges At Prescott Little Rock - (/Pi - Rep. Eoyti' being b u i l t in Prescnit. He c o u l d ' Tackctt declared in a speech at prove by o f f i c e r s of the paper mil!. · Prescott last night t h a t f o r m e r , Tnckc-H suid, t h a t he tija helped: Go\'. Homer Adkins is " r u n n i n g ; them #et certification to build in j for his f i f t h term PS ^overr.or." Prescott. j Tackett, one of five Democratic Ike M u r r y , a n o t h e r Democratic ! gubernatorial candidates, appnr- c a n d i d a t e lor governor, said Wed- · ently was elaborating on his ear- ncsday t h a t he would give the pco- : a " d °6 s m West IFox Killed At West Fork In Church Basement West Fork-! Special)-A f n x , suspected of being rabid. \vas k i l l ed in the basement of the Baptist Church about 10 a. m.. today by local citizens who had spoiled t h " a n i m a l about town earlier this mornine. Charlie Robinson, whn killed the fox by shooting it in tlic head, reported t h a t the animal had done considerable damage i n w i l d dashes around the church basement. The fox was sighted in Ihe street by Ernest Storkburger about Projects Listed For Fayetteville Off Street Parking Tops Proposals Made At Two Meetings Drouth Brings Crops To Critical Stage 'Heat Continues If's A Give-Away A list of project. 4 , supjjpsied as a Program of Work in [ ' ^ y c t i c v i M c . which came out of two Town H a l l meetings held Tuesday a r. d 6 a. m , hut hunters lost t h e ani- | Wednesday n i g h t s at the hnspi- mal u n t i l it was discovered in the .' t a l l l ' ronm »' I h e A r k a n s a s West- church. Roy Karnes has announced t h a t Fork w i l l be i proposed reduction--which comes Up for House action tomorrow and pie of Arkansas a "real highway 'was progress map.' 1 Murry thus poked j rabies J u l y ?political criticism at the Highway Commission's issuance of a "progress map" showing roads built and programmed d u r i n g McMalh's administration. Murry said his map will show some "of the real facts" about the state highway program in Arkansas and the given shots for the prevention will be considered by the Senate j circulating Tackett also accused H i g h w a y ! revelations of the Highway Audit! Commissioner Olcn Hcndrix of'Commission. He said he will pay | tried to block a paper Miss Arkansas Contest Finale Due Tonight later--was 33,467,688,250. The committee, headed by Representative Cannon (D-Mo). said the agencies involved should- set along on SIO.283,133.780 instead of the $13,750,088,280 President Truman asked. The money provided in today's hill is separate from regular bud- | Newport. Ark.-(/Pj-Tonight's the get appropriations already con-' big night for 30 of the state's sidcred hy Congress for the De-l beauties as one of them will be fcnse Department and the Atom! named ''Miss Arkansas of 1052," a ic Energy Commission. Their reg- u l a r budgets, much larger, have been reduced. The new funds supplement appropriations already considered Tor the coming year or actually made for thq present year, and t h a t Tackctt | for his o\vn maps. The slate paid i from ( f o r McMath's maps, he charged, j possible springboard to the "Miss America" title in September. The girls were divided into two ' groups last night for j u d g i n g in i talent and judging in forrnals and 1 bathing suits. Thr procedure will be reversed tonight for each are primarily for construction pro- i group. firams. | Tonight the contestants will be ' Acenrics Not Spared ; narrowed to the 10 displaying the No big agencies were spared the · most beauty, poise, t a l e n t , intelli- committee's euts. The largest was|gence and personality. The .judges ; a SI.706.000.0CO reduction in funds will narrow the field f u r t h e r to for the Atomic Energy Commis- | five and then one--Miss Arkansas. ] sion. This was 53 per cent less 1han the $3.193,000,000 requested. The foreign aid program was chopped by $250,120,000. from $6,526,060.750 to $6,275,940,750. Bulletins Kddyvilk'. Ky.. - f/Pi - Prisoners rioted at the state prison in this Western Kentucky town today and State Police rushed in to help quell the uprising. Two guards were seized as hostages, then released later. Warden Jess Buchanan reported at noon the rebellion continued among a group confined to the prison j recreation' shop. Texans Jittery Over Spread Of l !· I ^'i 1 Polio In Cities Houston Vicinity Hardest Hit; Poor Sanitation Blamed l Vandergritf Explains Recreation Program Little Rock . Mt - The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has assigned life - saving crews to rescue fish trapped in rapidly drying pits and lakes. Death of upwards of in million fish was said to be threatened by the heat wave. The Defense Department, which RCUCdMUJI riUUlCUII ! Washinrton - i7Pi - The House wanted $2,993,868,440 for .its con- . voted today to end fcdcra( struction programs, was allotted The summer recreation program ' controls on September 30 $2,187,899,840 a cut of $Rfl5,9fl8,- Ut Harmon Field was outlined yes- ' fiOfl. tcrday by Harry Vandergriff, Fay- A group of defense agencies was trimmed from $661.610,000 to S81,- etteville High School football ; coach, at the noon meeting of the . 690,000, a reduction of S579.920.- Exchange Club at Ferguson's. flOO, with 5562,500,000 of the total I The aim of the program, Van: cut aimed at Ihe Civilian Defense; dergriff said, is to provide f a m i l y Administration. j recreation rather t h a n recreation The Labor Department was cut for children only. He sjid t h a t the from SlB.B70,OOn to $9,600,000,1 program is in operation from 1 lo most of the cut beinj in funds for | 5 p. m . daily with three women and grants to states for unemployment ( and two men .serving as director?. compensation and employment ser- j Approximately 75 to 100 ^'nil- vice administration. | dren use the field daily, but Vnti- The Federal Security Agency j dergriff said twice as many r a n . was slashed from $110,710,400 to i be cared for. The program includes $10,537,750, the committee reject-l arts and crafts, swimming, and or- ing among other things the cntir? ganizcd sports. 80 million requested for school construction. cept In critical defense areas and cities specifically requesting control. The vote, subject to roll- rail reconsideration, was one more step toward final action on the administration's sharply reduced controls bill extender. In areas designated as critical or in municipalities whose governing body requests, controls \\ould be continued until March 31, 1353. Austin. Tcxas-WP)-A scourge of polio kept Texans iil- tery today as the number of '.-ases in the state approached l.OIJO. The State Department of H e a l t h reported vcsterday 14C new cases were rrnorted last week. It was a record fnr Texas as the week's rer;rts boosted the !?52 total lo 917. Hardest hit was the Houston vicinity (Harris County) whe*-j 45 new cases were counted last week. Houston's hospitals are now trt-at- ; ing 321 eases after seven more ! were rennrted yesterday. | State Health Officer Georce W. Cox blamed Houston's ranitMion facilities for the outbreak there j Until that city nds itself of open i privies "you are not going 11 ! make any inroads in cutting the 1 incidence of polio or other dis- j eases," he said while in Houston 1 for fln~ "air pollution hearing. The I health officer estimated there are "eight to ten thousand" outhouses I inside the Houston city limits. He . termed them a serious menace. crn Gas Company, was headed by the need for off-street p a r k i n s in F a y e t t e v i l l e . The sessions were i sponsored by the Chamber of j , Commerce C o m m u n i t y l.evclop- ; j m e n t Corr.miltre. Clint Walrlcn ic- porteri 0:1 C. of (". accomplish- ; ments and lister! suggestions made by the committee, Ray A d a m s ·· scrverl as master of ceremonies, a n d Jasper Pyeatt summed up the j proposals made by those attending, who placed their suggestions j on cards which they h a n d .1 in. ' Second on the list v.'as t r a f f i c control. These t-.vo \vere followed in order by h i g h w a y b e a u l i f i c a t i n n , a d d i t i o n a l hotel f a c i l i t i e s , mere industry, farm m a r k e t , extension of the city's water supply, and a bond issue for paving the city's main | thoroughfares. j | A number nf other proposals ( j were suggested by ~t least one ' 1 person, including "an enlightened i spreadin 0 1 a n c ' informed prrsr:" bettor b a t h house facilities nl t h e City Park j swimming pool: scholarships at the University for Fayetteville slu- · dents; improvement of the baseball p a r k at the F a i r Grounds. an-J installation of driving Jestr, for '· i'.otnrists. The need for a shorter p.tveH route to Little Rock v:a? suggested, as was the need fnr : the passage of the home i u l r a m e n d m e n t to allow ci'.ics mtjrr t a x freedom. One person at the meeting la^l night suggested that the city con- j tact large m a n u f a c t u r i n g COIIL-C-MS w i t h the idea in mind of a t t r a c t - I ing employes who have reached retirement age, lo this area. I Discusses Watrr Situation ' Mayor Powell M. Rhea made a ; short talk on the water situation, Nation Suffers As High Temperatures Cover Large Area Sen. Ksles K c f a u v p r , who w i t h his wife. Nancy, is in L i t t l e Rock torfny lo seek Democratic d-clc^nles' support in his race for the party nom- inatK.i. for p i e s i d r n t . is shown hcie plncinp jt coon-skin can on the head uf an a d i n h c i , ''Rulchic" Bauer, f i v r , a polio v i c t i m in Indiana. The child is confined to n wheelchair. LPttpr Writ^ 'Kef auvers In lnv\^ I t C I T T I I I C I I Far East Bound little Rock After Votes Monterey. Calif.-i/T)-Th;.t : ei - ficant who was court-marti;iled and reduced in i;n\; for w r i t i i i R Gen. Mark an insolent letter soon w i l l be writing letters for Clark's explaining t h a t the city is using , about 2,000,000 gallons a day an.-! I command. that the filtration plant on C l e a r ! C. Deane Chase, now a^privatc Creek north of town has only a ! first class, has his"Vd*crs"asslgn- I.000,000-£flllon a day capacity. I ing him to the Far East theater ns A l l the v;ater from the Lake Fay- to the etteville reservoir must go f i l t r a t i o n plant on Clea Other counties reporting cases because no direct pipe lias been to the State Health D e p a r t m e n t ; installed to carry it to t h e p l a n t last week included: (Nueccs) Cor- on Mt. Sequoyah. The Sequoyah Ciirisii 11: ( T a r r a n I ) Fort plant treats water from stenographer. After Clark p pudifitcd some promises made uu: votes. Creek,, der duress to rioline; Reds at Kojc K e f a u v e r , ' Island prison in Korea. Chase vote-KOUiiifj wrote the g r n n i i i l his net inn "repugnant a n f l disgraceful.'' L i t t l e Ro"k.//pi-Thp 34th d a v of Arkansas' rainless heat-wave found crops i i a critical sUgr, residents sweltering from high temperatures and the bright sunny skies u n a b l ? io (ji"c a clue as to when rain will f a l l . Miles McPcek, agricultural statistician, '.aid today Arkansas rroni ar^ not ruined yet, but that most of them are In a critical s'aeo. He said cotton was holding f a j r l y well. "Every d a y 1« causing somi* damage, especially to pastures and lespeder.-i, but the situation as a v,hn!n is that thf* rrrip* xr* not lost," McPeek said. McPeck. who just returned from a three-day tour of Eastern Arkansas, said fieldi are In the best stale of cultivation hr ha'i seen. Ho said t h a t the drouth has given thr f a r m r r lime to g?t fnlo the fields and keep them clean. The weatherman said that if L i t t l e Rock doen not get nnv riin by the end of the month, it will have gone t h r o u g h its dryeit month since the Weather Bureau boi{.in keeping records in Julv, 1870. The bureau's record books show that only three months -June. 1914. July. 1930. and October. 1944 -- recorded as little ' as one-hundredth of an inch of I rain. ! Temperatures dropped slightly ' around the state yesterday. Only ; Mortilton reported a 100-defree . leading. Readings included Fort : Smith, Ozark. Arkadctphfa »nrt Fllppin, 99; Balesville. Pine Bluff and Newport 9fl; Walnut Ridge Kstrs Kclauvc.-i H candidate for j 07; Little Rock 9fi; Texarkan* ind the Democratic presidential n o m i - , El Dorado 95. i n a t i o n . flew into Little Hock to- n JH« O»»r Nation d a y - a town where two other pres- | idential aspirants have been before him in quest of Arkansas i r, i / A * RoL-k-(/P)-Tenne*scc Sen. ; TV Station Planned At Muskogee, To 139 Degrees In N.Y. j New Ynrk-(7P)-As New York's temperature zoomed to an all-time , 9 6 . 5 - h i g h for June 2f, a lot of · f o l k s asked: · "Okay, it's hot, but ho'.v hot is it - in the sun?" The Weather Bureau consulted ! it- special sun thermometer in , Central Park and replied: "It's ! 139 degrees." i At about the same hour, it was torrid that a t h i r d rail on the Washington - (.-T 1 ) - Sen. Robert A. Taft said today the political organization of Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of New York is now running Gen. Dwighi I). Eisenhower's cairpaisn for the Republican presidential nomina- f'.on. in New York. Dcwey declined comment. | Worth 10: Dallas 8; (McLennan) River, brought in from south of i Waco 7: (Travis^ Austin 7. | town. . Cases Up Over Nation The mayor said in case of an In the Public Health Service extended drouth, which would dry 421 cases of polio were re- up the water supply m White potted over the nation last week. River, and force the city to clean increase of 43 per cent over the I pend on the water from th'e lake, corrected f i g u r e of 295 for t h c j o n l y 1.000,000 gallons a day could Health Workshop On Petit Jean Near End Tulsa, Okla.-(/P)-Plans for a 316.000-watt television station at Muskogee were announced yesterday by John Esau, vice president and general manager of Tulsa's radio station KTUL. The Griffin Radio and Television interests, represented i n Washington by Esau, has submitted an application to the Federal Communications Commission Third Avenue elevated line buck- for the proposed TV station to I^H. serve.Eastern Oklahoma, Western Arkansas and parts of Kansas on channel eight. The G r i f f i n concern also h;is applications for TV stations in Oklahoma City and Fort Smith, Ark. Paris - /P] - The North Atlantic Treaty Grgani^ation charged today that war prisoners in Soviet hands arr being systematically killed off by forc- ; ed labor in Russia and North| ern Siberia. In an analysis of 1 the fate of millions of Europeans 1 and Japanese captured by Ro- · vict armies. NATO declared it ; is impossiblf to know exactly how many of the estimated 3,000,000 still in Soviet hands at I the end of 1946 are still alive. previous week. The total more than doubled the 21! reported for the same of 1951 and far exceeded the five- year median (1947-51) of 309 crimes for the week. Texas Gov. Allan Shivers has railed on "every member of every f a m i l y " tn do his part in cleaning up the state to slow the spread of the crinoling malady. One l i t t l e central Texas lown-- Frost, w i t h a population of 585-- be pumped into the citv from the plant on Clear Creek. This would week mean, he explained, some r a t i o n - : ing would be necessary, as t h i s ! would provide only half the amount now being used. The cost of a line directly to the plant on Sequoyah from the lake, and the cost of doubling the filtration plant on Sequoyah. would be about $350,000. L. M. McGoodwin, chairman of the Community Development Committee estimated. He said the city legally Petit Jean Stale P a r k . A i k . - f ? ) - Thc f i f t h a n n u a l l l c a i t h - £ c l u i - a l i e n Workshop for c o u n t y h e a l t h a n i e d u c a t i o n a l o f f i c e r s w i l l end here j this v.-eckend. Cn-spon.sored by . In- slate Health D e r a i l m e n t ;nd state Department of K d u c a l i n n , the tv/o-v.'eek workshop has j-lud- j icd ways and means foi accompanied hy his \ "ife, Nancy, carrc by ; plane from New Orleans where j Kef.-iuvc;- has been campaigning. The Kefiiuvcrs were to have j lunch ;U the Governor's Man*.ion then receive the public a t ; a Little Hock hotel this afternoon , oll.m-cd by a nc-.vs conference : and a buffet d i n n e r -. - j t h the Ar- I kans;i.s Democratic delegation. ; ; K e f i i u v e r , like his predecessor. | 1 has a speri.nl interest in the polio · ... , , i c c l l . i .situation this summer. U,st sum- j could float a five mill TM..cISM.C which would raise $30.000 a cai mer 490 persons in Ihis little town i volunteered ,, «, a, human i for^uch ^f^,,,... guinea pigs for two doctors who ' " cx ' . iln "% a ,'TM""TM "p"' wanted to test n thcorv on wheth- |t«n a part of , Jong^ranw pro^ «r VTKir.,7 ^V.^lc i i m n l r i nrmrtini i K r a m, OUl OCCaU-iC school health programs in Arkansas. Dr. J. T. Herron. state h e a l t h director, .sjid represent at ive:; of , Ihe Arkansas Dental Society an'i the Arkansas Medical Society are attendmK for the f i r s t line bincr inception of the \vorkihop. Dr. Frances C. Rot her t of t h r s t a t o Health Department i. 1 -. in charge of the workshop. A v c r e l l H a r r i m a n , is trylnx to v.-oo ! the Arkansas votes should Sen .1. William Fi.lbriRht be unable to matic the Kratie. The Arkansas delegation is committed to vole for F u l b r i f j h t ;*s n " f a v o r i t e son," j On Monday. Oklahnma .Senator " n * ' Robert Kerr will come here f o r : Biime , Mir pn of the con- Riding Club Queen Eisenhower To Set Up Offices In Chicago Denver-ftfVSen. Henry Cabot · Lodge (It-Mass) announced today Gen. Dwifiht D. Eisenhower will ! move to Chicago next week to set ! up campaign headquarters for the ! Republican presidential nomination. | Lndpc, the gencial's campaign manager, raid Eisenhower would continue to meet with the Republican delegates to the national convention. It's The LavT Tt Is unlawful to burn any trash or combustible m a t e r i a l of any : k i n d , or to kindle, or f u r n i s h ma- ! teriil, or authorize, or allow, or · in »ny manner aid or assist in . making a fire on pny puhlir place, sidewalk, or vacant lot in Fayetteville w i t h o u t written permission from the fir* chief. Also to burn out of doors any combustible material except in an approved wire htikM w i t h piopor covers i\m'. or ftp ark screen?. Ordinance Jlfil, wns passed by lh! Frf.vptlpvillp Cily Council Dc- rombcr A, 1049. dflURhtcr of Mr, and Mrs, Toy Mij;«ins of nearer] but only 250 showed up for the second shot Dr. Herbert Hinps. Waro physician v.'ho helped ^ive the shots, said lorl;jy there wa? one popsibie case of polin in Frost so far this year. Rut this person, he said, was not one of lhoe inoculated. Dr. Hipps emohasizcd t h a t it was not ;ure yrt whether this case was reallv polio. become a present program, mayor pointed mu. ihr mi U.S. Efforts In Korea Bring French Criticism To Death From lllhJtory Hotel Room S p r i n g f i e l d , ]|].-i/1'-A m.m a t - t o m p t i n f f to escape from a f . r o in his l l l h floor room of a downtown hotel fell to his d e a t h e a r l y today. A second m a n in ibr room ! Paris -f/P- French M a r s h a l Al- w h o Pscapc( ] ^ j f f . r r f \ sf . MOU , iphonse J u i n '"as in hot walcr . burns. Police i d e n l i f i f d t h e dead We don't really know a t h i n g 1 again today over a newspaper re- m;m as R o b c r t Grzp.sknwiak. who about the success of the expcri- \ port whirh quoted him a; E n y i n g w;is believed tn have been a ment u n t i l about the time school , the United Slates often marie the starts" Hipps said. "Then if there ; United Nations look ridiculous in haven't been any cases it will 'Korea. Premier Anlomc Pmay 1 rlaimed the account of J u i n s 10- _» .- ' r r a r k s In the French Overseas C l u b was "clisiorteri," but Rovern- ir.tnt circles hu/zcd w i t h the s t n r y . M a r s h a l .Juin is commander 'f F.umpean gi-OTind force-, n.idcr !hf N o r t h A l l a n ! ;r T r e a t y A l l i a n c e and one of Gr-n M . i t i h r w B. nidfi- w.iy's top aides in NATO. . Marine from South Bend, Ind. I Policr said Grxeskowi.tk hung Contempt Case Taken To Supreme Court Lit tip Rock-(£*!-The A r k a n s a s Supreme Court hj.s been a.vkcd In set ,'i.sirie rori'.cinpt o' coi;rt fines against a K n i t S m i t h attorney and .seven inembeij: of an AFL union. An appeal from the del ton of Sebastian County Chancellor C. M. V/offord wax filed vcslrrci.iy by the al'orncy involved, G. L. G r a n t . Wofford arsofsed the fines on t h e ground t h a t t h e u n i o n members, acting on Grant's advice, defied the court's a n t i - p i c k e t i n g order d u r i n g a recently settled strike against the Dixie Cu i p l a n t in Fort Smith. Thev were members of ihc I n t e r n a t i o n a l Brotherhood of Pulp. Sulphite and Paper .Mill Workers. I n Ihe appr.il. the union mt-m- A blanket of high-bracket heat ie U. S. today, j but it was trimmed a bit along its · western edge. The torrid weather ! has resulted in 11 deaths in two , days. i Records for the date were j broken Wednesday in scores of , cities. M u n y of them prepared for a repeat performance today. A j record-breaking 98--maybe 100 -was predicted for Baltimore, where about 100 cases of heat , prostration or collapse were treated yesterday. The weather forecaster in New York City predicted the mercury would set close to 100 today. It was 92 at Id a. m., Chlcagoans had the promise of a break. A wind Rhift lo tho north and * low of SS tonight were forecast. Yesterday was the summer season's hottest day In hundreds of cities. TemD«ratures soared into the 90s and above IvXl in the Cast, the South and the Midwest. Three deaths attributed to the heat were re-ported in Ohio, which sweltered in temperatures around 100. Two persons died from fi*at in Philadelphia and 40 were trtaf- cd in hospitals for heat exhaustion. The day's top reading of 94 was a record /or the date. New York City reported a refc ord 96.5 reading. More than a score of persons were treated for hrat prostration. Onr death was reported in Upstate New York, where temperatures were In the 90s. St. Louis was promised nn relief a f t e r yesterday's sizzling 100-de- fjree heat which set a new June 25 record. look Rood " Soviets Willing To Go Along On Anti-Raid Drive hy his hands from the window n i l l : hers deny "lolatinR *he c'Miil order for several minutes before his grip I a n d f I r a n i denies a d v i n i n f c thorn 1 'l\'.f f u c wa r-imfmt 1 '! i - » the on L ' -- -- * Hell Is Hotter Thon Recorded In Paradise Gene Howe's Death In Texas Ruled Suicide - '-·!*· Gene I ,ondrn -i/TV Moscow i. d i n today bc^an p L . y r i R up B : i t i s h Socialist protests .-i^-'unsl Ihe II. N. i b o m b i n g of N . u t h K o i e n n power ( phmls alon« the Y a l u H i v e r ami ! tn.it I h e t.'iKlei-' h i t a hos- Ingrid Bergman Will Keep Court Fight Going Roi g r n a n a n - pital with "many Hole In Main Cuts Congress's Water Off Hnllvwood L.'ivyor .lei i v f;,e; U-r ft " f i R h t to the end" tn h i m * her 1.1-year-old daughter 10 \ i s j i her in It-ilv. | A Los Angoles Jii'lRp ruled j T'jesriHV against Mi;,s H t r g m a n ' s ! application foi a \ i.sit by her Washington -i/7V M.inv mem- d«i «hter, Jenny Ann LindMr-r.i hers ff Congrrss--and President j * T i n m a n - w e i p mronvpnicnccd in Kieciitlon Dtl« Sfl Washington - (/Pi-Augm; l was '.-''Olf-i in I'.i. jdi;,o io-i.i v t n . i n it ·.v.i'- in H e l l . The t'"o M i i ' h ; K ' i n ( n m n i u n i l i e s a r c about 2.~f) miles apa H f M d i - i i l s of Hell p p M i r f i t h e l i i i ' i r u i V I n i 1 10 t i i C M - l.i't V.t'H but w.is nl Die 100 m a i k tod.iy. P.iiarii.'-e r r p o i t c d a r e l a t i v e l y cool Casket Salesman Dies Displaying Product 'Miss Charlcne 'tllcvillc, is queen of the Kaycltcvlllo R i d i n g Club. orrlriy's rfcr,.-l Dfi-deRrce h Therr \v;n nn w;iter. A Riant v.' main hurst, rutting off 'vator White llmisf anrt much downtown WaKhinftlon, Tolfrlo, Ofiio-M't-Gtoi .. . . ..-'. ftii hmond. InH . .t .i loday as thr p x r r u t i o n d a l o for ! m.m. ( o i l . i p ^ r r l a - i d iird lo Oscar Colln/.o. I h r Puerto H i : ; d i pl,,inif c.'ivkrls to n.omb o f ' w h o tried t o k i l l President T r u - O h o K u n p r . i l D u r i t n n ' m a n nearly 20 months afio. imn. H V.-HR f»9 above, A m j j i illo. Texas whn i OH- t ' » p i o m i n f - i u T in the Texa.s P a n h a n d l e , w i l l he b u r i o d here tori,-iv The body of the loriR- Ume f i i i t n r fif Ihe A m a r i l l o Globe and N'rws was found ye.storday inorrnnii. ;i pistol dutchi-.l in the rij;hl 1-anH A bullet h^le was in his ri«hl temple. Me W. J. Fle.sher. K a n d a l l , O m n t v j u s t i p p of the prace. ro- | t u r n e d n verdict of suicide. Friends said despondency over his i hrallh caused him to end his life. Transport IManr Miming; , i M.irch A i r Force HH«*, Calif.. '/Vj-An A i r Force C - » 7 ti.msport - ! pl.inp w i t h seven IUPII nho^rrt v:»s - tppfiilpfi mix^inK tofi.iy on a fh|ht - f m m Notion A i r Force flftse to I V.m Nuyi. CalU. Heaf Too Much, Trumm Calls Off Conference Washington - if) . President , Trtnnan titncellfd his mid-after' noon news conference today be- · cau.sc of the intense heat. Presi- t d e n i i a l Secretaiy Joseph Short . m a d e t h e announcement t h i s ·nomine. At t h a t ti.-ne the temperature \va.s 9.1 decrees The Weather Bureau i n d i t a t e d the thermometer would KO to around 99 by 2 p, m., CST. the t i m e (fir which the conference was set Marry Name* Supporltn Little Rock-MVAttorney C«n«r- al Ik? M u r r y today announced appointment of three hendi o( hi! young Arkansas for, Murry Club in his race for fovcrnor. TM} are Avis Devcn Hammond, II Fayetteville; Jim McOh«», 13, M|. Bolt, and Margaret DavU, 21, Lit tie Rock. TtM WMtlMf " . Arktiuts-Cletr to par IT? cloud; A ,1 with no Important ttmptntur I If [ chaneen this nfternoo*. Mnitht M[ tomorrow. 1

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