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8 PAGE$ TODAY ttad by ov.r 25,000 Daily 3i1uinsas (Iiinrs TJbt Public Idftrvsf It Tfct Firs* Concern Of Tfctt Niwipap*r VCH.UMI fO, NUMBH 2*1 Pm* Wk» FAVETTtVIUI, AMCANSAS, THURSDAY EVENING, JUIY 3, 1*32 AP, Kinfl and NEA fortuna IOCAI FOMCAST-- a, r a v T M f v i l l e and vicinity partly \ Hourly K-Hh loitered jhowrrt tonight i «nrl Inmoriow R » l n f j l l 12 Hl«h t-JIl- p.ralurr ,v*i!rrd«y 97. low M; noon tod«* »1 Sunruw S 07. luiucl J.J7. nuc* *vi cam Roy Kimes Is Hunted Near Mountainburg Bloodhounds Are Used In Polke Search Abandoned Auto Is Found With Rifles, Food and Clothing Mountainburg. Ark. - (7P) - TK- · pcrado Roy Kimes arid one or two other armed men were believed to be holed up in the mountains rear here today. Federal, state and local officers were using bloodhounds this morning in the rugged - area between Rudy. 10 miles northwest of Mountainburg. and Chester, four miles north of Mountainburg, in Northwest Arkansas. The m a n h u n t was touched off last midnight when police received a report that Kimes and James J. Tomlinson, both of whom escaped from a federal prison farm near Leavenworth. Kan.. June 27, and possibly a third man, abandoned an automobile at Mountainburg. Officers found three high powered rifles and quant'" · of , food and clothing in the abandoned car, a 1950 Ford. Authorities reported th:t the car bore a 1952 Missouri license plate which had been issued for a 1946 Nash automobile and apparently had been | itolen. The Crawford County sheriff's . office said the men being hunted were believed to have broken into » farm house, from which three rifles were taken. Kimes, a cousin , of the notorious badmen Matt ana George Kimes, formerly lived a^ P.udy and Chester. His fithe- ttill resides near Rudy. ' . .. Roy Kimes was serving time in 11.? federal prison for burglary of the Chester post office in 1949. Tomlinson was under sent'-ice for interstate transportation of a stolen automobile. Both were trusties at the prison farm in Platte County, Mo. New Citizens Of Foyetteville Eisenhower Forces Will Take Delegate Fight To Convention Floor Truman's Name On Ticket For Senate Seen Kansas City, Mo.-OP)-The possibility that President Truman may be on the Democratic ballot in November appeared to be increasing today. In this case, however, the evidence indicated Truman would be listed as a candidate for the United State Senate-not for reelection as president. Influential Missouri office holders believe it is entirely possible Truman's name may be substituted for thit Df J. E. Taylor, attorney general of Missouri, on the November ticket for the Senate if Taylor wins the nomination. Although Taylor's friends deny any such deal, critics of the president say they expect such aji e x - · Dr . John Tyler Caldwell, president of the University, who arrived yesterday with his f a m i l y from change to be arranged if the Dem- Alabama to take over his dulics at the state school, is pictured here with two of his children, Alice, ocratic presidential nominee at j neal .] v f o u r an( j A n d y , a l i t t l e over two Thcv imvcd i n t o the Presidpnt's Home, 217 Ozark Avenue. Chicago is satisfactory to Truman. Truman is believed to favor Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson of Illinois for the presidential nomination. Typhoon Hits The Philippines At Least 23 Persons Killed Manila-(yP)-A tropical typhoon toarcd northwestward through the China Sea today after ripping a path of destruction across six Central Philippine islands and touching two others. At least 23 persons are dead, 42 missing and thousands homeless. Property damage runs into the millions. Tr isportation and communications are paralyzed. Vast tracts of rich farmland are under Eight Killed In Bus, Truck Crash Accident Occurs South Of Winnipeg Winnipeg - (if} - Eight persons were killed and 20 were injured Special Parking Facilities Provided At Veterans Hospital For Fourth Celebration Greyhound bus struck the rear of semi-trailer transport truck H miles south of' fieVe."Al Teaft'Bne of the injured passengers was listed in critical condition. The impact sheared off thc right front side of the bus. opening the metal body like r tin can. Passengers in the first half-dozen j direct t r a f f i c , ;yid drivers arc Slate Continues Hot And Dry Scattered Showers Help Some Places Little Hock - W) - Arkansas sweated through its 41st day of drouth today without any signs nf a badly needed general downpour for helping dying crops and overheated citizens. Precipitation was reported yesterday in scattered areas of thc state, but thc weatherman said "local spots will have a food rain "and a~ place !»· miles away wwM have a drop." Hector, in Pope County, received 2.05 inches and Augusta, in Woodruff County, 1.0.1 inches. Other places received less. Pine Bluff reported the state's highest temperature of 102 yesterday. Newport had 101; F o r t Participating organizations i n ! ' h e Palmdale Airport. Her take- i Smith, Searcy and Ozark 100; Lit- the event are the American L c - i "^ an d climb demonstrated her ! l ' c Rock, El Dorado and Arkadcl- ?ion and A u x i l i a r y ; AMVETS and l a b i l i t y to streak upward io 4.1.- j 1'hia 99. With several thousand persons* expected to attend tomorrow's ' Fourth o* July celebration at the Veterans Hospital, which is sponsored by Special Services division of the hospital and the V. A. Voluntary Services Committee, ar- ran£*ments for parkin^*\verc announced today. In addition to usin;.; the main Speedy Plane Burns Paint In Test Flight Palmdale, Cslif.-i/P;-Thc first entrance gate off North College I United States combat pla. 1 e with Avenue (Highway 711, motorists I all-rocket armament has zoo.ned today when a Winnioeg-bound j m a y enter through a new Kate on j through a special test f l i g h t at a the west side of the hospital grounds off 'Woolsey Street. It is r.reed so fast the slipf;t.'eani burned the paint off her nose. requested "that those arriving alt- The nr.v JW," "a Thin-wins,' two er dark dim their car lights upon i place aircraft developed b., Lock- entering the hospital grounds, s o - h e c d from its F-3') Shooting Star, that effectiveness of the fireworks j i s called the Starfire. yhe's an all- display will not be impaired. Park- I -.veather interceptor designed to ing a t t e n d a n t s w i l l be on h n n d to shoot down invading bombers. Tony Levier, -hief engineering quested lo follow directions of i lest pilot for Lodiheed, put her through her paces yesterday at Ihese attendants. ro-.vs of seats in the bus took thc brunt of the impact. Several of th?m were thrcwn onto the highway, including the body of a dead child. The passenger seated be- lli'.d the child was Walter Blen- A u x i l i a r y ; VFW and A u x i l i a i y ; ! "" feet and above, v.-ith a warm- dick, 23, Toronto. He said the lit- p e(j CrtJ ',.... TJ s Army Mothers: '. "P of less t h a n ."1 seconds. Her j tie girl, a Scottish immigrant, was i General Federation of Women's jsp«d is secret. coming to Winnipeg with her | clubs: Washington County Cnun- | . " of Ho'ne Demonstration Clubs; | IMff h fflf Truman Speaks Out For Third McMath Term Endorses Governor In Endeavor To Stay In Office N e w p o r t . Ark.-OPi-Prcsidcnl Truman ripped into private power MurryHits ttle Opened Endorsement On TactJCS Of By President JaflGrOUp * A l l y . Gen. Ike M u r r y today termed " r e p u g n a n t " President Truman'* endoi.-lenient of Go* - ernor M r M a t h for a third term. M u r r y . one of McMath's tour rivals for the Democratic guber- n a t o r i a l nomination in Arkansas,, sairt in a formal statement: Louisiana Delegate Choice Before The National Committee -A bitter fl^ht be- interests, defended his "Fair Deal" program and heartily endorsed Governor McMath for a third j term in a whirlwind j u n k e t tn | Arkansas. Mr. Truman flew back I to Washington yesterday after- : noon. I He highlighted his stop" tour of the j-late speech dedicating Norfork and Bull Shoals dams In North Arkansas. Shortly before leaving here for Washington, Mr. T r u m a n told about 8,000 persons from his t r a i n platform that "Governor McMath j is one of thc great governors in ! the 48 states, i know 1 have no business saying this, but I t h i n k you should send him hack for another term." The president said "Thc visit of President T r u m a n ! twcen T n f t and Eisenhower forces to Arkansas was more of a p o l i t i c a l ! lcr 13 Louisiana delegates ex- odysKcy at the taxpayers' c x -| ploded today before thc Republl- pensc to influence the reelection '. can Nations! CommiUre. of Sid M c M a t h than to dedicate; With Sen. Robert A. Taft's «up- worthy projects in our stnic. This. porters solidly in control, the makes him subject to criticism, i Eisenhower faction just about ( 0 : a b a n d o n e d in advance any hope vote in ;»tes in man's action is repugnant to a n y ; "«"' week's nominating oonvcn- and all others who believe in *' nn democratic processes. | But they opened a slashing at- "HaviiiR observed thc m u c h i n a - j tack on Taft faction tactics in lions of this protege and disciple. Texas. Georgia and other «tati of Pendcrgact in Kansas City. 1! in addition to Louisiana. " w h i s t l e ! the Democratic p a r l y , as h a v e m y ' of Setting a committee vo with a other opponents, and Mr. T r u - ' ravr - of M-a'.ing its riclegati am not too jjrcMly surprised. T h c j And they declared they would president should remain in Wash- lry B R a j n j n lne L - on vcntion itself essentially the same t h i n g about g ov McMath in another talk at Bates-} ^ and clean up his own household of influence peddling and i c l i c f lo those who owe the with 9iother and little sister. The truck, loaded with machinery and metal goods, was owned by the Royal Transportation Company. ^ Victory Mothers; thc F i f t h Armor- I cd Fivision of Camp Chalice, and I Ledbetter's Western Swing Band, i Special Services, Chief George j Ernst is in charge of arrange- ! ments. ' j .f «* *i J 1111131160 Eighth Army Praised By Gen. Van Fleet Tokyo. Friday-fP)-Gen. James A. Van Fleet, in an Independence Day statement, today praised the officers and men of his Eighth Army for their "courage, patience I The band concert is scheduled tn Anchorage. Alaskan-Tenth Rescue Squadron officers said to- The 65-piece baud will be com- I la ' t n p 12-day search for a miss- A Model A Ford Coupe turned - , - ,, -.- _. - ....,,., over last night just off the stretch posed of combined units of the j ir "? Arkansas plane with three ] of new hard surface roadway in Fifth ArT.ored Division band and | mm aboard is being curtailed, in I the Clay Yoe. addition between the I99th Army band, both o f : l l l c absence of clues. Thc rescue I Highways 7f and 45. Nobody was Camp Chaffec. Thc men will come i squadron announced its activity i hurt, and city police had no rcc- tn Fayrlteville in the afternoon, will have supper here, and return t Fort Smith after the program. in the case is reverting search of opportunity." s The reduced search to "a s c o p e water. and success in the battle against internal Communism." "Independence Day to person- means any craft making a flight I ncl of the United Nations team in C n i c t warrant Officer Edwin begin at 7:30 following a five- between Anchorage and North- minute talk by M:iyor Powell j wa '- "car the Yukon Territory Rnea I border, will be asked lo keep a the private Stinson Missouri And Kansas Drenched By Hard Rains Chicago-(/Pj- Fair weather and n o r * normal temperatures throughout the nation were predicted for today with a hot and cance," Van Fleet said. "July 4, I 1952, is a day t h a t vividly re- I minds us of our freedom and lib- j ertics and of our mission to protect them." - " The Eighth Army commander told his mcr they "are now fighting to maintain those liberties which long have been our heri- i humid Fourth of July weekend in ; (age. \Vc continue the crusade of the making. The Central Plains j the Minute Men of 1776, in the ·tales, a drouth and heat wave interest of 'life, liberty and the broken by yesterday's rain and pursuit of happiness.'" wind storms, breathed easier un- j -- · der a forecast of war.ii but much Korea embodies a new s i g n i f i - j ^ rj- rc j commands the band and | Pj anc - Military planes will con ------- , ,,... ,,,__. _ _ S J ........ . ; ' R | tinue searching when they are not definitely assigned to any other ord today of the accident. One of several boys grouped around the overturned machine reported "it had just been fixed- up, and the owner said he wouldn't take $500 for it." The machine wasn't worth that after the wreck, from appcar- ville. McMath, one of the president's most ardent supporters in the South, is in the midst of a campaign for o third term us governor. In his address at the Dull Shoals dam site, Mr. Truman made an open appeal for Southern votrs and a scathing attack on private power companies- Mr. Truman concentrated his fire on the Arkansas Power and Company and the,. .·eminent income taxes. I w i l l e care of a similar situation which exists In Arkansas created by McMath. 1 "When I am inaugurated gov-1 pany baloo About these dams being what they called 'socialism'." Ridieuln A. P And L. APL President C. Hamilton Moses sat ,on the same platform throughout the president's attack. Mr. Truman charged that APiL built an expensive model of a dam "supposed to prove" that I '.you could not have flood con- t.i get the challenged Tall dele- gales thrown out and the general's supporters seated in their place. They contend there'll be a marked swing In sentiment toward their candidate once rank-and-file dele- i gations start streaming Into Chi- crnor in J a n u a r y , 1 certainly snail j Elsenhower himself set the not undertake tn Impose my w i l l , pitch. Before leaving Denver on a or inject myself Into the cam; »pccch-maklng t r i p to this con- palgns in any county or part of i vcntion city--he's due in Saturday Arkansas." --the general declared he would President Truman, who spoke "roar out clear across the coun- at dedication of Bull Shoals and t ry " f 0 r clean and decent conduct Norfork Dam« In North Arkansas O f next week's convention. ihdoned McMath in Ta«» ·*. rin* and Newport. Other candidate! followed Mur- ry'f load and spoke harshly of Mr. Truman's "endorsement" remarks. Congressman Boyd Tackett declared "Politician Truman, nt- Icmpling lo exploit the role of ! president for one of his lackeys, t the political kiss of death on SSBRWWtt =£Kjas-Si £ ; inemsrn it. i . _ _ . _ . i * u _ ,,,,«,.,, ,,«.-'c ! since he entered the govci nor's j scrtjr continued. Taft conferred with Cov, John S. Fine of Pennsylvania. Fine controls segments of Pennsylvania 70-man delegation and haa not yet announcfd his favorite. Taft and Fnie reported "nothing concrete" came out of the meeting, and "thc situation is just as it was." An aide to Fine said the govcr- cxpcctcd to see Genera Saturday. office. One of thc few smart 'Angrr FUrr* things that Truman has ttone was! The anger generated in He said the president of Southwestern Gas and Electric went to Washington to testify t h a t these ,.- - - , . , dams would be a "method toward to announce that he would not | previous days burst out at today s socialization of the electric i n - ' r u n for a third term and that was,session even before the Louisi- dustry." ji| ic on ly time Sidney did not fol- ana dispute came up. Werner W. After the address, Mr. Truman · | ow i n c leader." ISchroeder, national committecman said, "I don't think there will be j j ac fc Holt said, "thc people of! from IlUnoii. stood up and took: a bolt" of Southern states from j Arkansas are f u l l y capable and, I j scorching exception t o . h charge the Democratic party this year. Mr. Truman to the Bull Shoals area. He confined his four-minute speech to extolling the virtues of federal dams, particularly stressing their importance to the industrial development of Arkansas. In another avldfeM dt Bull Shoals, Clyde T. Ellis, cxecutfce director of the National Rui al ( Electric Cooperative Association, i criticized private power companies. Ellis is a former Arkansas congressman. Cards arc being rfreived in Faycttevillc by m a i l suggesting t h a t when the City Council con- Officer George is the musical conductor. Thc program is scheduled lo fid j n ^ _, . - --- -under way at 6:30 o'cloc : - lor.ior- I m p n aboarri t n c plane were , sidcrs changes of street names i S. E. Simonson, Little Rock, Ark., j (some of thc changes will h*» j the pilot; Edward Tracy Steel of j brought up at the next Council : the University of Arkansas Medi! meeting Monday night) that ron- ; i:al School, Little Rock and .loo ! ndcralion be given lo changing Warren Off For Holding 76 Voles Chicago row cvenm.n. ! McWilliams of Wellington, Kan. lower temperatures. Downpours that drenched Missouri :.nd Kanas much a s ; The Weather 90,000,000 Americans To Travel Over Fourth · Chicago-(yPi-Amcricans w i l l i take tn thc highways 90 million Murder Charge Filed After Youth Is Shot Senior Stall Officer McAlcster, 0':la. -(4V O. II. Vhilt, ,i,sifltant Piusburg County ; attorney, said today he f i l e d mur- j dcr charges Of Communists Deserts Berlin-Wj-A senior staff o f f i - ·' ··- ···* "· ! Dciiin-t/rj-/\ senior stall o i l l - . r ., nr( , ;ainst KioVa City : ccr of th( , Ea5l German Com-! iwarsnai James N. l',u-!: Smyth ; munist People's Police and nine a f t e r witnesses told h;rn t-'ey saw ; other Red policemen deserted to thc marshal fire at three ileemg | the west within tho past 24 hours thc name of Dickson Street tn U n i v e r s i t y Boulevard. "It would he a standing suggestion to passing tourists to visit thc campus of thc University," thc cards state, pointing out that the street leads directly into thc main campus en- i ftaciamcnto. Calif.-f/FVGov. Karl . Warren leaves today for Chicago i to bid for thc Republican prcsi- ^cntial nomination. He starts w i t h I only 76 x'otcs, f a r behind thc i totals of Sen. Robert A. T a f t of i Ohio and Gen. Dwight Eiscn- | hower. But Warren backers say his fidals w i t h o u t any susiteslions from the president or :my other am sure, intelligent enough t o j b y Eisenhower's campaign mana- choose their own state public of- gcr, Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.. the committee's award of Georgia's 17 delegates to Taft yesterday was. public o f f i c i a l out of Washington." j a steal. ^ Chancellor Francis Cherry com-i He told thc committee his vot;" mentcd; ! yesterday was cast for t r e same "Truman said that McMath is group supported in three previous one of our greatest governors. I contests beginning in """ McMath probably would say Trn- man is the greatest president we've ever had. One statement is as ridiculous as the other." At Melbourne last night, Tack- ctt chafged former Gov. Ho.ncr Adkins with not only drawing a "fat salary from the state, but as a sideline he sells feed, seed, ferti- Thcn the Louisiana fight started Eisenhower backers challenged 13 of the 15 pro-Taft delegates from Louisiana, charging they were picked by "phony" Ucticf. Tall F»re« Counter * Taft forces countered with a nine-irich-high pile of blue-bound Wr and doa food to the stale." documents intended to show their racket! was r e f e r r i n g to a secdj'WcEatcs were honestly elected ut . . . . . . . ' i c f n r r h n n I A » h / nil A E A ( k n s o 1 ) C r i 1 l S l ^ - c n r t i m 3 lo ihp r u l p ? governor's. holri thc Johnny Donald Sir s killed. ilh, ) West Berlin officials announced j I rxrhac In ClnriJ* 17, of i today. Thc officer, Inspector Ernst ! USIIICJ 111 llOllOa ! strong over the Fourth of July Kimva, \v Arkansss-Parlly 'cloudy with ! weekend. Thc National Safety | The marshal «aid his revolver major--was in charge'nit "the "ric- i Brajlirnton. Fla. - (/I'i - A B-47 I Rollow--the rank is equivalent to j promise candidate in the event of a deadlock. Or Warren probably could break a deadlock hy releasing his votes--7(1 from C a l i f o r n i a ! and Six from Wisconsin. | - ncatloreri thur.dcrshowcrs and a ! Council estimates some 40 millio.i .discharged a r r i r t e n i a l l y when ne partmcnt concerned with Soviet ' medium jet bomber crashed and "Foir Trode" Measure Wins McClellan Vote Ti busincis which ..* - ~, . ,, and also the former governor's' T -" unquestionably present position as director of i h c - « ' h ' P hand in thc current mancu- Statc Employment Security Ri- venngs before thc n a t i o n a l corn- vision. AdWns has said he has no millec but thc fcisenhowcr sup- ambitions to be cither governor P'-rtcrs insisted it would be a d i f or U S senator · Icrent story in a few days. Holt, Y o r m c ' r attorney gen- ««J V.tea KniUred cral, took his campaign into V.Ses arc wn?t 4 Ma- 604, to Sharp and Randolph counties a n d - b e exact-to win the nomination. Pocahonlas yesterday after a t - j And the latest Associated Press tending the president's dedication!checkup, based on avowed and of the dams. Holt said he would;conceded delegates and those seat- "ict every county in the state· ed hy the national committee, gave have a voice in how the governor, shoulit run his office hy namin 493 to 411 edge over Eisen- i h "' v " a ' '"« end of yesterday's advisory committees of business- ; tug-of-w.ir. _ __ ^ men and women f i o r n liltlt cooler in the north -portion - passenger vehicles will clog thc |Stumhled and f e l l w h i l e chasing I sector borders in Berlin. ' this aftcrnoorf and tonight; widely : nation's streets and highways dur- ; the trio who ho raid we'.i. shoot- ·catlercd thundershov/ers tomor- i ing thc thrcc-dsy weekend. Thc:o i m ^ off firecrackers in the , bur.M into flames today 2, 1 ) milci row «nd In the south portion tths j vehicles will travel ·flernoon. nollow. the bipgrsl f i s h yet to ' southeast of Brademon. Sgt. F. G. wiggle out of the Russian net m · Burghart of the Florida Highway ' It's The Law It U u n l a w f u l for any person o f | f u l l iijfc to bet money or other i valuable things on n game of Chance nr n game of hazard nr a i gamt of any hind with a minor 1 1 five billion ( lie pleaden i n n n c r n t at arrai.';n- j East Germany, told western police I f 1 " 1 '' 0 ', nnf »' 'he f i r s t to reach miles, or enough to circle thc ' i.icnt in justice of the peace c o u r t . he was convinced t h e East German I n f l SI ' on \ reported he found "no world 200,000 times, thc council |yesterday and v.v, beld for p r c - | People's Police w a s hi-iog t i n n e d | signs of life." added. i l i m i n a r y h e a r i n g next T i u s d a y . j i n t o an m s t i u m e n t of c i v i l w.u. ! * . ..... Health Unit To Close !rr I WasliinRlon - f/I 1 ) - K c n a t n r Mr| Clclliin f » O - A r k ) was a n i n n R f4 1 senators voting last night fnr 1' : '· "F";iir Trade" b i l l , which ROCS to ; the Whiter House. Fair Trade" Bill Passed, Sent To The President Washtnglon-WTVA hill designed ; ponent, said he didn't know w h a t i from "cut-thriat competition." In- July 4 and 5 The Washington County Health Department office in thc Wash- In tht elly of Fiyotttvllle. Pirson*. convicted of violating this ordinance shall b« deemed luiltf of a misdemeanor nnd fined out more than $100 or less th lo strengthen stile laws for the fixinf of minimum retail prices on trade-marked and brand-name merchandise lanued on President Truman's desk today. The Senate last night passed, M to IK. the Fourth of July Holiday. the president would do. hut guess- I e l u d i n g "loss leaders" to lure cus- ed he would veto it. Critics of the , lomcrs into stores. measure, led hy Senator Douglas i All moves to sidetrack or amend ( D - I I I ) , denounced it as contrary , thc b i l l were bcntcii down. to the spirit nf the a n t i - t r u s t laws Congicss in 10.17 amended thc and Mid It m i g h t add a* much as Sherman a n l i - l i u s t law to enable con'mo^Vt^'exchangeV''^^'^^'TM! Market Clmlnn Ami Now Yi.ilt-MVAIl tinancl.il and j, ,,. -j u Ordlnanre 17«, p»s««l b r a y e t t e v l l l e City Cnvmell prior to;h«tc. ....... ...... ...,,.,. ,.,,...,..., ............ ... | ,..,.. ...,,,. , v I M I ^ I I I n.m ii -« i HIM ii n.-. .1111-1 f MUM n m i -i i KM 1,1 w MI i p i iii in r ron Miooily rxcn'inK**^ thrnizhout I Housr-«pprov«i McCuire "f.lr · two billion dollars to r e t a i l pi ices, stales to put " f a i r trade" laws on , h e ' U n i t e d State* will bf dosed y t h e j trade" hill »fter two d»y« nf de- I Supporter derided t h i s cost os- their hooks. Forty five states h a v e · Fnday l u l v 4 Independence Ilav ' ' !·'*· | Senator Morn* (R-Ore), an dp- ( i m a t e anil Mid the legislation was such laws-all hut Texas, Mis- European iind niniiriian""mar'kciii ln*ded t« pmtftrt »m»ll retailers snur! and Vrrmont, , w i l l bf open an uitual. er section of thc slate. Cherry was conducting a 24- hour "talkathon" over fr.c Arkansas la'lio stations, a n s w c r m s ' otters and telephone calls. Cherry ' ilons to continue thc question and t { a n s w e r MWIOII until 8 p. m. to_ § ' light. Poultry Market -- *~TM~ The poultry market today ai re- Buddy Allen Injured ST. h fn,liu,,e u "or r scren°c: ^ When Truck Overturns T*chnolo(ty and the Dairy a n d | nuddy Allen. 19, son ol Mr. and Poultry Market Newi Strvic* o! 'Irs. Fount A l l e n , suffered Russians Apparently Hoarding Air Strength Tnyko-(/TVThe Communists no I longer throw hundreds of uwift | MIC. 15 jets into the North Kor«n i skk-H and apparently art hoarding Mhnr armada of 1,800 tn 1,900 planes, t h e Far East Air Farm tsaid today. i;ilurie» shortly after, midnight when the HoUum V a k f r y truck he was d r i v i n g turned over on rtk» the U. S. Department i.f Airlcul lurt. Northwest Arkansas area: Mar ket iteady to f i r m : demand good j Highway (12 southwest of on heavy ilzrs. f a i r on l i g h t r r i S p r i n g s , weights; trading a c t i v i t y r e l a t i v e - j Found uncoiucloi « in his w r f c k - ly li»ht as m a n y huycis out o f | d t r u c k by a p.issmg motorint, m a r k e t hecausc of holidays; prices | y o u n g ^ l l e n wa« t.ilen lo the Car- reported to j p. m.--broilers and roll County Hospital at Kurtka fryers, all weights (2 2».-3". mojtljr 21-21, Springs. He wai relcaicd before noon. ,h(Ktly| Tomd Firtcracktn S«t Truck ANorn* A burning tniek M way 71 at the city limit* WM tln«i.;«hrd) about 11 nl«ht by city MM UN blUt WM Ml who fttth- t» MM IN* «K '

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