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June 28, 1952

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IV TODAY Keod by ovtr 25,000 Daily IOCA1 FOtfCAIT-- PayettfvlII^ inrf vlclnltyr Gtaer»ll? filr !MUy. tonljht nd uprctcd led*/. M. T*t PvbJfc /nftrtsf Is Tfce First Cenctrn Of TMi Newspaper , I/OIUME 90, NUMBER 219 Win FAYimVIUi. ARKANSAS. SATURDAY EVININC, JUNf 21, 19S1 AP, Kinfl «nd NEA fortvrat Wage-Price Controls Extension Voted Hot Weather Bears Down;122AreDead WarmjUp ' Vote Extreme Heat City Park Swimming Pools Are Popular Continues Over Wide Section City Streets Used As Race Tracks; Police Campaign To Pull Down Speeders More Of The Some Is Predicted In Southern U. S. Chicago-Wl-Cool C a n a d i a n breezes brought welcome relief to By FLOYD CARL. JR. · Kayettevillp, which already has : enough traffic problems for a tov.-n j twice its size, has fallen heir lo ' an entirely new set of automotive troubles. The latest d i f f i c u l t i e s · · are caused by hot rodders, some °f them Troni smaller surround- i Northeas~t«rn"state's'today 'bill'the 1 1 ? g towns who n 'S htl ' '"" the i season's longest heat wave showed . bqu ? re and c "y streets i n t o r a c e ' little signs of breaking in the I traclts - Some of them go to jail, I .southern half of the country. The i Dut t n ^y have generally proven death toll from the one-two punch | highly successful in evading the ; of heat and humidity in the cast-. city's plainly-marked prov.-l ca'-s ! crn half of the country in the last j With these youngsters the t r u e three days mounted above 100. --hot rod" New Jersey alone ic-ported 53 per- i a n d sons had died from effects of the ' completely rebuilt super-powered roadster, is steady siege of" T6o:dcgrec""tern"'! uin , knov ', n : They run to old model peratures. The total was 122 Automobiles with rusty bodies. More of the blistering heat o f ; c - aUenn 8 engines and two straight the past several days appeared in I exhausl pipes--no mufflers. But Seven Killed In Accident Near Pocahontas Two Autos Collide On Highway 67; Three Persons Hurt Pocahontas, Ark. -'/Pi- S e v e n Month Away Governor To Open Third Term Race At P ne Bluff Little Rock -I/Pi- Today looks like the real starting point of an all-out campaigning in the Arkansas governor's race. Governor M i M a t h will officially upen his bid for a third term with :, rally Pine B l u f f . His four opponents for the Democratic nomination j and J e f f Speck, the Republican i nominee, will appear at a home- ; coming celebration at Pcnyvillc. j And some of the four Democrats I will make talks elsewhere before after the Perryville appear- ancc. Ike Mu-.-y w i l l formally open (lit at North Little Rock | Monday night and is the last of ' t h e five to du so. He said that ; beginning Tuesday he w i l l f i l l as . m a n y as five engage-ner.t.s d a i l y ( u n t i l the first primary July L'l), Just one month from tomorrow. ! He said he l\ould discuss "new issues that 1 will be prevented prospect for the southern half of °^ or n °l. the cars are capable i people, including two babies and , frou including in my opening ad the country. Another blast of hot, J °f developing surprising speed humid air was headed for north I over the city's streets. central areas, which got a brief respite from the oven-like heat. There was also some cooling in the northeastern area, but the hot and sticky weather dominated large parts of the eastern half of the country. Chicago was in the path of the hot, moist front, with a promise of temperatures in the OOs over the weekend. i Temperatures rannged from the ' 10s to 107, with record marks for j the date in scores of cities in the I South. It was 100 or higher i n ! nearly every section of Alabama. In Hamburg, S. C., it was 107, marking the f i f t h consecutive day of readings above 100. The 103.0 at Wilmington, N. C., was an all- time record and the 105 at Columbus. S. C., was a record for that I date. The hot spell was the worst; in Virginia in eight years. The I state's high yesterday was 107 at | Danville. Atlanta s w e l t e r e d the Square about 10 o'clock, throughout the night with the mercury at 85 after hitting 1 0 0 . yesterday. Asphalt paving buckled : teen ln Thc"re w aar s S no f relief' in' Washing- ' I?''""' u "^' "'!·'!"«·" ""'"· ton, D. C., where five persons h a v e : ,H VTM · ·· ' ? TM° TC riled from effects of the wilting! 1 TM 1 1 - ''TM"s before they arc heat in the last there days. An . ab ,'f to cut Iot)se " a racp - rslimatod 350 persons have been ! They set outposts to watch each Riven, hospital treatment for heat ; direction from the corners of the prostration. . Square, spotting police before they Kol In Arkansas j e a n get close enough to see the In Arkansas weary thcrmome- i racers. Sometimes officers are able Jers staggered to new heights. The · to use unmarked civilian cars with Weather Bureau said a rash of some success, but each fresh car three women, were killed here early today in a head-on col- near j dre: Jack Holt and Fran -is Cherrv ision of two cars on Highway 67. S 2'd previously they would start! at "'acted the crowds it has drawn this .scan I Three others were seriously in: intensive campaigning next week j with the weather so hot and dry One thy I v t f Soner Gardner McNabb said ' "»££. T " kCU "" U TM " " weok m TM """ TM ~ ^ h "»''· ·"' the bodies "were so mangled" that ! H "« A' UtillUr? ; officers and hospital a u t h o r i t i e s ] McMath in a speech !· ,,. I were having difficulty identifying |dectric co-operative at CV.ark yes- ! Ed McNabb said Joe Cooper of St. Louis, Mrs. J. " trusts" are hampering A r k a n D. Davis, believed i ·'' industrial evpansion nd a small baby- t h f'r opposition to incas-Ji Court Is Activt The Fayetievillr Municipal Court, presided over by Judge V. Junes PUk, yesterday and today (round out » number of convictions as police and court cooperated in a campaign to check traffic offenses in Fayetteville. The record at noon today, for Friday and Saturday: Thirteen speeders found guilty; Six found Kuilly of paislnt other cars in no passing tones; Several fined for other minor traffic law violations; One found ruilty of driving under the Influence of liquor. The races--and that's exactly what they are--start nightly on j 6:30 o'cloclc this morning.'McNabb |ern Arkansas." HeTsafd "McMath about 10 o'clock. So jsaid the co.r in which Bynum was ' hi: d caused road construction in ong as a police car or foot p a - , r i d i n g was headed south and the i ttat section "in sn effoit to buy trolman is in the neighborhood the ' Cooper car, north. I racket!, votes. If I h-dn't entered the Square s l o w - ! McNabb said it was believed ' the campaign, the administration - 1 wouldn't have considered the i ni^ si. LOUIS, ana a small baby- all riding in the same car -- were killed. He said James E. Bymin. two women and a baby, occupants of the second car, alsj were killed. Injured were: Lnverne Keys Cooper, Cooper's bride of only a few hours, J. D. Davis, St. Louis, and a two-year- old boy, his identity not known. The accident occurred about five miles north of here about ineir opposition to mcas'Jies which would result in additional electric power for Arkansas. And he said attacks against his administration had been !ed by individuals who have "a s e l f i s h interest in strengthen!. ig the pov/er monopoly in this state." Tacke'.t, in talks .- · five Western Arkansas points, said that he (Tuckett) WHS responsible for highway improvements in West- 'Committee For Keeping Law II Months i Seen As Victory For Administration; Senate, House To Act The City Park swimming pool never before has weekends draw even more. The new children's rural' 1 1 " 0 ' is a "racting a large number. Photographer Puska called there Thursday afternoon and look these pictures. At the top one brave youngster is ready to kerplash off the side of the throu ;h . into the water as three other boys watch and a little girl looks at the cameraman. In Ihe lower photo, a very l i t t l e jirl sits w i t h her feet in the water and her hand in her mouth, contemplating going all the way in. one of the cars went off the vvai and in an attempt to r i g h t ' fads." iUclf, collided with the second | ai-tomobile. Two Herok American Soldiers Die To !(Jolrace Of Prolecl Platoon In War With Communists u:-: ri- Hospilal Assistant Manager Appointed Austin N. Chandler, placcmcnl up trucK before an arrest could be made. In addition to the Square, favor: · , . , , l e d race courses are Block A v c - i ' " 8 S ' , w ' ° D ^T' lh £ !nue between Center and Dickson. i '/'.'"Vh Pr , r . 0vlden ' c ' H ' Highway 45 east and Garland Ave- ! ? , ^nanoier w i l l ass j n u e north to the University Farm. ' , ,, ln ''5'etteyillc has i The kids also perform on West s ..' ^ serve with , ,, , _ ... , 'Dickson Street almost nightly. "right, hospital i Br L oo°kU ^."·th^ft- o? rouce report 'hat th'e L j n c ; ' the Miss Universe title tonight S r o u P . ° f boys is responsible for Original Tanan Dies Red-haired, blue - eyed Jackie ; accost ms 8" Is and women on the , An»i« f/pi Th. I-oughery. 21. won the Miss United :slreets a f l e r d a r k - In most cases,!-, "' "S-"-i-i« 1-1 ne --· · · - · « . , . . . . . . . . i i aria n 01 Plane Crashes After Collision Small Craft And Airliner Tangle DalIas-WP)-An airliner and j W i t h The U. S. 45th Dh-ishn,! "Scars and S.-u!t ordered us to I Korea-td'j-.Sgt. Jerome F. Scars i withdraw," said Sgt Gene O I and Cpl. Elmer A. Scott died t o ! Hayes .,f Cleveland Trnil "hut save the of their platoon from .instead o,' doing ?o thcmsel-rs annihilation. I t |, ry ,,| j|)|jcri , 0 ,,,,, si(|p ,,, , h o The t ' . o men purijosetlly drew i hill and opened lire on the Chi- enemy fire to protect the w i t h - i nesi- .^o as to dra-.v t h e i r drawal of t h e i r friends f r o m a po. ! while we pulled back " l i r e Both wounded, Sears and Si-oil Brooklyn Girl Wins As "Miss United States" T h e. today at Dallas' . . _ Field. The airliner landed s a f e l y , ! but the small plane crashed. Its Ctnta WCVk/ two passengers were k i l l e d J l O l C V r TT Dento"' Texa° 0 'and Don'Eri^d ^°Y ^°" ^ OT All-Out War sition overrun recently by Chinese Communists. ;continral to fire on the advancing bears of Portl.lnd. O r e . was a ; enemy. A f t e r Allied a r t i l l e r y platoon sergeant, and Scott o f , blasted the ridgeline, Hayes l«l a near Numca, M i c h , an assistant 115-man stiuad back up the slope squad leader in the 180th I n - ! w i t h f j x c r i i )ayoncl .; The , qllad j B-17s from Klmendorf lantry Regiment. Survivors of drove off the Chinese in a bnef their platoon told the story of the j f i r e - f i g h t . They found the bodies of Scott and Sears. 1 two men's heroism. end of a four-hour charm contest u n w i l l i n g lo press charges against i ay * that had 10 judges and 2,000 other the youths--they ipcrtators bleary-eyed. appear in court- Beautiful representatives from i d e n t i f y the boys 29 other lands compete with Miss Residents who New York for a seven-year movie streets a f t e r 10 to . don't want or they involved Slav off the ,,. m " are also j Walker. 20, employes at Texas State College for Women at Denton. Their plane landed in the mid, ' s u f f e r i n g a heart seizure. , ^ ° s ' h ^TMff ^ *'" "'"^ It's The Heat Newark. N*. J. - tfl^ - Now .Ter- WashjnRton-'rD-A 10-month extension of wa^e-price control*, due to rxpire Monday, was voted by a Senate-House Conference Committee early today in a marathon race against time. The compromise, hammered out of divergent bills passed by the Senate and House, was sent to the .Senate'. 1 : special Saturday session for action, consideration is scheduled Monday. Senate-House conferees met yesterday, last night and into today's pre-dawn hours. All in »!!, the results were accounted an administration victory after The b^fllinji the hill took in thft House. ' The committee abandoned a House provision by Representative Talle (fi-Iowa) which would have ! snipped controls from eommndi- ; ties not rationed or allocated. Nothing is rationed now. Only A ; few scarce metals are allocated. . It also watered down another ! HOUIP provision by Representative Cole ( R - K a n ) , which would i have guaranteed sellers' price ! r n a i k u p s based on Individual, in- i stead uf industry-wide, profit ' margins before the Korean war I erupted. The diluted version amounts to a restatement of exiit- ing law. An administration setback, however, was the committee's decision to retain · provision which would exempt processed fruits ind vegetables from price control. All three had been roundly scored by administration forces. House adoption of the Talle in'.. Cole amendment led Price Stabilizer Ellis Arnall to comment they pulled the rug from under controls, leaving him no recourse bul to bow out. Price official* Mid about 11 per cent of th* house* | wife's food money goes for proc, cssed fruits and vegetables--frozen and otherwise--and knocking i off controls for these would boos i hthe grocery bill. : Credit C»nlr*U CM ! The compromise bill would all but scrap credit controls and would end rental curbs September 30 except where localities vote to continue them until April 30, 105.1. Heal estate credit checks would end--but with a proviso. This qualification has to do with I'-- Federal Reserve Board's Regulation X, the rule setting specific down-payment and Installment minimurns on new housing. Under the compromise, Regulation X .,,, , u ; would be idled as long as the »n- io homs m the a i r ; n u a l r a t e oj houjjni( RUrt , ^ b,. ^hi-m, t h n y . w U h ? u l l low 1,200.000, about 100.000 more MKhtinff the small · -male-engine i t h _ n ' ' Stmson cabin plane in which t h e . Arkonsans Hunted In Alaska Area An h o r a g e . A]n.«i:;i f t h e lOtii A i r Rescue Squadron at Ladd Air Force Rase, ; Fairbanks, joined those from El- I mendorf Ba:;c here yesterday in = the h u n t for two missing A i k a n : sas flier*. more t h a n T h u r s d a y two men vani.shcd J u n e 20 f l i f i h l h e r e from Noi i h w a y , Alaska. MiM;in:; a r e S. ]·'.. Simonson, ·Jr.. 30. ;md Kdward Tracy Stecle, 22, both of whom had finished their freshmen years at the University nf A r k a n s a s Medical School Inetead of the House provision to snip controls from commodities not rationed or allocated, the conference committee adopted a Senate-passed statement of policy. This favors ending wage -price checks within the controls law "as rapidly as possible. 4 * In the mean- he movies died ycster- and "world's loveliest girl," to be determined tonight. Pardoned Slayer Fails In Freedom Effort i up a drive against the offenders, Star City. Ark.-iTPi-Pardoned i using hoth prowl and c i v i l i a n cars Slayer Joel Carsoi " · , . . Mc was E I m o Lincoln. 63, whose can't ' real n a m e was otto E. Linken- Lincoln appeared in several n l h c r silent era films, i n c l u d i n g D. W. Griffith's "Birth of a Na- one wing. The airliner was American A i r - nn "cd China. A proposed rcsoiu- prostrated by the seann the spjedcrs, since a n '_ almost without exception the cars | * are not equipped w i t h standard i speeders, was nabhed by a prov/1 mufflers. Often the machines are car officer while circling the equipped w i t h a special m u f f l e r Square at high speed--in t r a f f i c which silences engine noises at --in a t r u c k , low speeds, bul roars when the j Truck drivers, not connected power is applied. ! with the hot rod drivers, also be- asked the tower w h a t " h i t us Then Last night city police stepped Ran tailing, victim to ,hc campaign : we marie a routine landinc " up a drive against the o f f e n d e r s , . against speeders. Police reported 1 · -- t h a t seven truckers had been ar- j were - . . --· -- .........^ temper* lion for consideration at Ihe de- a t u r e s which reached a peak of !()· p a r t m c n f s a n n u a l e n c a m p m e n t , ThiiLsday. Deaths included heart .. here urges President T r u m a n to i a t t a c k s physicians said were in- small dent in the propeller of the d c l n c r an u l t i m a t u m luf the re- i d u i e d hv heal. A «pwi.-il heat pros- No. 4 engine and tore off the an- '"se of all A m e r i c a n n a t i o n a l s (ration ward was set up at Newark tenna wire on the top of the plane. nc 'd prisoner by Ihe Chinese. lines' flight 910 from San Francisco. Tucson and El Paso. American said the collision caused ; sey's three-day heat-wave b i o u t h t ^ ' " " ' 1 0 0 McWilliamj, Wellington.; tlm j( cclllngs j n o u l d ^ Arkansas : d e a l h to 5?, persons b*foie it was .' i WM other Arkansas men. Garred Sexton. Tc.xarkanj. and Bill McClcllan, Guidon, who were re- Little Rock-(/Pi-Th , Department, Veterans of Foreign ended by a mass of cool Canadian Wars, may call for all-out war air last n i g h t . Hundreds . . "We never saw the plane," said ' ^ lne Red Chinese leaders fail City Hospital and ambulances delivered r a i t tablets to at Irasl 50 thc airliner pilot. Cnpt. G. H. lo comply w i t h i n .10 days, the res-: homes in the city. · Woolweavrr of Grapevine. Texa ' "We just saw a quick flash of metal, and felt a slight bump. I -says. Congress should dc- d a i c v/ar lo subdue Red China by any means, " i n c l u d i n g the atomic bomb and the hydrogen bomb." Washington . //! - .| UF i when people need t h e m mast. Washington's a i r conditioning units keep ,,. t Hr=t a v.-ater mam freed him from prison. Carson contended t h a t lip was being hold illegally since he had been paidoncd by Governor McMath earlier this year. Ready To Go Just So Far With Fishermen Prlvas, Francr-MVLocal fish- frmpn got an official rap from the mayor of nearby HmirR-Saint- Andool today. Rain Needed In Next 10 Days To Save Crops In Arkansas - . ^ p"'!" n TV.' 1 ^,'' nt W i '~ ' ° rMS "' ' hc SU " C w h o i c ' " "«« "'«» ^ u n o f l i c i a l |2" nit a Little H O C K - l/t I - A l k a n s a S IS m.i;i;u i n u i t i mi: ui:.\i in d r t v s i p rpva inonnrtvmi r ^ i H ^'^.-n.. i .!.-,, ., . i n e c r i t i c a l areas of the state. Takm s a look at the foiesls, downtc\in sidev.all: which feed Ihe pulp mills. .James · R. Tallcy, f i r e control chief f o r . New Yoi k - l/l'i - The only pci An Associated Press survey v-ov-lpoor and Vhe'lMl" MVawberr^ ^"~T^^ of the a n i m a l industry sa'l 'm'ita to^ww^TM '" ''"' "'" "'"" "" ln '' ""' " 1C is needed w i t h i n the n e x t in days i Freyaldenhnven said Norlhwo-t rev him; farmers say t h a t Ihe state's crops 'o prevent n long dry spell from A r k a n s a s and Red D i v e r Valley in : some may be irreparably damaged if a lu TM'"" 1 . i "].".. a . TM! or . nr '. lki " :r.'.. ' M l l l c r Cn " n » i'rc the only t w o ' general rain doesn't f a l l w i t h i n the next 10 days. h u i s t on the hottest .Mine 2.1 fincc ! deliberately ritri'ic to throw election aw.iy," s»n. Este., fefau- ver a.'scrted today. "And v .c can win a!!,iin:t any ( a n d i d a t e the put in the field against us." he declared. He in.ide th? :.ti.lenient m an - nddress pir;.in'fl f(ji d c h v e i v lo Then y r M P . d a y r l o c t r i n t y f a i ! . th(1 Cor.rtn S.L Domwral J od in another a r e a , n i l t i n y n f f o n v ( - n t i o n . w h c r y delcRatr^ w i t h fan*. ]i«ht.s--and ;iir r-nnditinmn^ I I "f t h t stAte's 1R (-'invention u n i t y -- f o r over two hour.". Tern- votf. 1 ; ,'uf boin^ cho.«,fn. Too other pcnilme*. h n v r ian«ed .is hi«h as ''·'·'" dHcRdf-s hoth uniriAlrurlcd. 101 drqrcrs o f f i c i a l l y tlii.-. v.rp'rf wf ""' I 11 ' kr:i h " l^nvrr ;i v.C'jk lifted whenever wage and price pressures case. UM or LAW Asked Kent in the bill were Senate and House requests to President to Truman, asking him to use the 80- j day no-strike provision of the j T a f t - H a r t l c y L^ibor law in the I stcc! stnke, nov/ in its 27th day. ; The Wa«e Stabilisation Board ; would be deprived nf authoritv to make recommendations on union| management issues involving eith- ' er WDRCS or matters like the union O o l d e n , Oilo.-'/TVDpmocrats sh °P- The WSB could not issue will u i n next Novoinbcr "unices! ncw general wa?c orders on case* of the Icadf-r.s m oui pai ty ; jwrled to have ieachrd h e i c in second plane-, have not brcn locator!. They arc heinj sought assist in tlir search. Kelauver Svre Party Can Beat Republicans , the state's voffclaMc rrop .! lavacnbcrry Seven Air Force Men heat y e s t e r d a y was V ,, n,d K|||eJ |»1 (iHfOm!! ; pending before June 27, thus mak- ; ing it poweilcss--to srant uny wage increases based on workers increased productivity. The compromise must suit Prt»- ident Truman, as well as the Senate an' 1 House, or it may tw vr- toed. Should this happen. Con- "rcsT would h a v e these alternative*. 1. Let the act Hie at midnight Monday, ending all controls. 2. Override the veto. 3. Pass stopgap legislation to keep t^e lid on until it can decid* w h j t '.T do about control* in th* u i n n i i i s ahead. Ciiaimun Maybank (D-SC) Of the Senate Banking CommlttM s.iid when thr confer*** quit shortlv after 1230 a. m. (CST): could and m

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