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PAGES TODAY 10 Rtod by over 25,000 Daily IOCAI KMKAST-- r«vr!l»vill» ,nd vindnl'y firm flouly · ml lv«rm tonuht and tomor- rTM Tomorrow p«rlly cloudy with · ho-* T*e Public Mtrttt It Tfce Fin* Concern Of Tftts Newspaper · VOLUMI M, NUMUR MS Attoctatwl Praw Lnwd Win ARKANSAS, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 7, US? Eight Stops A Day Scheduled By Tackett Other Candidates For Governor Keep Up Heated Pace Thunder jets In Mass Journey Across Ocean Honolulu-W)-Upwards of 60 F-84 Thunderjets are making mass flight from Georgia to Japan. The U. S. Air Force says t h a t proves i'.s ability to wage war anyplace at a moment's notice. Thc first squadron of the 31st Fighter-Escorl Wing made the 2,400-mile flight from Travis Air Base in California to Hickam Field in Hawaii yesterday in five ! hours and 29 minutes. The 20 F- Af, Kin| .nd NEA fortum ratcinvi etMTi Compromise By GOP Fails Fairness To All Two Stors ln Thc Bi s Republican show A* Chicago n ·.»,, A « h- Little Rock-(/P)-Rep. BoyJ Tackett is scheduling an .average of . eight stops a day from Tuesday 84s were refueled in air by B-29 1 through Saturday on his hop- tanker planes for the world's long- 1 sHp-and-jurr.p campaign tour ! «st overwatcr hop by jets. of Arkansas for the Democratic nomination for governor. Only two opponents, Jack Holt and Judge Francis Cherry, are coming close to Tackett's record-setting 1 pace in their schedules for the week. Holt is planning to make five stops two days this week, and Judge Cherry averages four each day with a 12-hour radio talkathon slated for Saturday. Governor McMath's schedule j calls for one speech each day and Atty. Gen. Ike Murry will average about three stops daily. The Nashville congressman, traveling by helicopter, speaks at Ola and Russellville today; Murry stops at Harrison; McMath at Crossett; Cherry at Sheridan, Hison, Star City and Monticcllo; and Holt at Quitman, Heber Prison Riot In Michigan Put Down By Police Authorities Agree To Ease Restrictions In Force Since April "Jackson, Mich.-(/P)-,i\ ins was quelled at pw upris- Koulhern Fairness To All Is Pledged By Guy Gabrielson Chairman Calls For United Front To Beat Democrats Chicago - I/Pi - Republican Kaj l i o n a l Crfmmitlcc Chairman Guy ( Georpe Gabrielson today called I for a united parly front to end j w h a t he termed ''the scandalous ·Democrat years." "This w i l l be a fair convention," Gabrielson said at Ihe opening of I the 25th GOP National Convcn- j jiion. I "The only steamroller in this j amphitheatre." he sai'd, "will be f h c determined will of a majority of Ihe 1.206 delegates. . . . The. chair will recognize any delegate : who seeks recognition.' 1 Michigan prison last night after Springs, Ml. View and Batesvillc. ! 40 riotirl 8 convicts seized, two Add To Personnel I hosla ses and won concessions Two candidates made additions fro '" pl ' ison officials, to their official camps this week- . One riolcr wils wounded by end. | buckshot fired by Stale Police, Murry's campaign headquarters stati " ned at th( at Little Rock announced that I*TM" of ' hr15 Sen. Edwin Cash of Maivcrn has!fTM o p c r E f i r G d been appointed. Murry's ciaie campaign manager. Judge Cherry said thai he has appointed Mrs. Arthur ',. Emmerling of Little Rock as chairman of the State Women for Cherry group. She will be assisted I' 1 '' 5 "' 1 by Mrs. Nate Penix, also of Little Rock. Here are the candidales schedules for Tuesday through Saturday: Cherry Tuesday-- McGehee, Lake Village, Hamburg and Crossed. Wednesday-- Warren. Hampton, Fordyce and Camden. Thursday-- Waldo, Lewisville, Hope and Prescott. Friday -- England, Lonoke, Brinkley and Memphis television. Saturday -- Radio talkathon 12 noon to midnight, Forl Smith and Fayetteville. Holt ' Monday-- Quitman, Heber Springs. Mountain View and B.-tcsville. Tuesday-- Bentonville, Rogers, Springdale, Siloam Springs a n d Fayetteville. Thursday-- Arkadelphia, Glenwood, Murfrecsboro, Presrott and Gurdon. Friday-- Rector, Leachville and I'aragould. MrMath Monday-- Crosseit. Tuesday-- Hope. Wednesday-- Arkadelphia. Thursday-- Forrest TNty. Friday-- Hot Springs American Legion stale convention. Saturday-- Searcy. Murry Monday-- Harrison. Tuesday-- Berryville, Eureka Springs and Rogers. Wednesday- Springdale, Fay- ftteville and Fort Smith. months ago. Thc j . a few sholsun 1 asso _ I biases into ihe rioting cellblocki 'in their first move lo restore or-! der. ' The hostage?, both prison i guards, were released unharmed after Slate Police withdrew and prison authorities agreed to rase three restrictions in force since the April mutiny. It was in this same prison, thc world's largest lied prison, that one convict Unable To Agree On *Tears-wcll in thc eyes of Gen. Dwieht I 82nd Airborne Division's luncheon as he listens to Sgt Bennie Week' · | of KorlBragg, N. C., a Congressional " "' D. Eisenhower d u r i n g the*- C«jr .... ... This was an obvious reference was killed, eight others wounded,ito charges which have come out and a million dollars worth o f j o f the fight for thc Republican prison property destroyed in a presidential nomination by the four-day riot last April 20-24. ;chicf rivals--Sen. Robert A. Taft The leaders of last night's up-jof Ohio and Gen. Dwight D. Eis- rising were-among those in soli-jcnhower. tary for their part in the original I Backers of Eisenhower have rioting. Fearful that the new riot contended Taft has the convcn- might spread over thc prison. j Robert A. Taft emphasizes his words with gestures as he act-uses i I h e general of making "wild charges because he doesn't have t h e : delegates to win" the Republican n o m i n a t i o n . Yke President Barkley Actively To Food, Stores Robbed , Warden Julian Frisbie today or- tion. machinery sewed up. Gabrielson taid the 1952 pre- was the , dered that prisoners be fed in i convention campaign shifts, that inmates be locked in! hottest in thc party's recent his- heir cells for Up, But Efforts To Quit Continue Washington -W) - Congressional leaders, switching their plans, strove behind the scenes to break a deadlock over two money bills and adjourn the 82nd Congress tn- Ihc day and t h a t j l o r y . He said it demonstrates dc-i dav With only a few mcmt prison induslries be closed. | termination and strength and is' ' The April riot sparked a g e n - j fine if kept in bounds. bers on hand, thc House and Senate mcl eral revolt among thc prisoners. 3ut last night's was confined to only 140 of the 6,000 he huge institution. ''But after this convention at 10 a.m. (CST) and recessed makes a decision," he said, "there I shor »y afterward to permit back] stage maneuvei-s. convicts in can be no room for disunity in t h e * -·"" «..^v..w..,. . Republican party. We must close Some Democratic leaders were A tense moment in the new re-'ranks against the common foc.' ! He then read pledges from Taft byk lcl 'P hon .^ ricil " !i '" "'" "~~ '"'"'" doing business with volt came when rioters shouted they would throw the two h o s » ; a n d Eisenhower and t\vo other tage guards off a f i f t h story cell-i presidential hopefuls -- f o r m e r block balcony to the concrete Gov. Harold Stasscn of Minnesota · committee 0 floor below if State Police failed and Gov. Earl Warren of Cali- i the rnoncv The troopers d r e w : fornia--to support whoever ' : ' where the GOP n a t i o n a l · " "PTM ccl - Republicans j to Chicago. to retire. hack. Time For MacArthur Speech Indefinite Thursday-- Ozark, Clarksville'.id Russellvllle. Friday-- Morrillon, Heber. Springs and Conway. j Saturday-- Benton. Malvcrn Arkadelphia and Hot Springs Tackett Monday--Ola and Russellville. Tuesday-- Jacksonville, Cabot, Lonoke, Carlisle, England, Stutt- Sart and Little Roclt. Wednesday -- Clarksville, Dar- dnnelle, Atkins, Plumerville, Greenbrier. Vilonia and Conway Thursday-- Alma, Dyer, Mulberry. Czark, AJtus. Coal Hill, Hartman and Clarksville. Friday--Subiaco Paris, Charleston Mansfield, Greenwood, Lavaca. Van Buren and Fort Smith. Saturday -- Lincoln. Siloam Springs, Gravette, Bentonville, Rogers, Springdale, Hunlsville and ! Fayetteville. of the Republican National Convention. The speech is to be released to the press at 8 p.m.. and be convened laler loday lo try for I final passage of the stumbling! block legislation. ! But adjournment prospects were; precarious--neither House had a A l d quorum of members »resenl and a single objection could forestall any Ue P toT nd "I-TM"" " f h c W J^S!Tail d ed?o an a n r'op in a S :i "TM°h° nncy: y wmkin "! »nd blinking I the sun peaked over ihe horizon! a,t the menace of Communism; | yesterday morning. All except two chosen as the party's nominee. Gabrielson said he found it un- nesessary to atlack ihe Democratic party. He added: "Thc Democratic party has con- ^emncd itself . . . hy preaching Thc Associated Press in Chicago -peace and waging war; by wasle was unable to determine noon today exactly what night Gen. Douglas MacArthu: will deliver ihe keynote address be intends to fight for the Democratic presidential n o m i n a t i o n instead of w a i t i n g for it lo he offered. His entry into the race gives the party an even half dozen active candidates. The vice president cai4 he plans, to attend the Dcmoc'rutle N«tloni| Convention opening in Chicago July 21, and will confer with delegates there. Barkley said he had been u n a b l e to enter any of the Some Change And Fireworks Stolen In Latest Theft Lines Are Drawn For Floor Fight At Convention Contested Delegate Voting To Present Test Of Strength Chirago-i/Pi-neDubllcan.t npen- ed t h e i r pie.MdeMlial nominating. 1 convention todav with Taft and Eisenhower forces d r a w i n g lines | for a biltor ftoor battle over vnt- :| | ing by contested delegates. All compromise efforts were fast collapsing. So it appealed there might hf » ouit-k show of strength which could tip off whether Sen. Revert A. Tafl m- Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower will in the end win the party's presidential nomination. Party harmonizers -- disturbed over possible effects nf this dispute on GOP election chances-strove through the night for * compromise. But they couldn't come up with anything that everyone would accept. Taft declared he was ready tn fight and wouldn't Iry to put' off the decision. Some of Taft's backer's had figured his chances would he heller If the Issue could be delayed unlil after Gen. Douglas MacArlhur who is friendly to Tafl, had delivered the keynote speech t n n l j h t . Fair PUj ··!« QueaUmrt The scrap in over this: Eisenhower bickers want to put in i rule reitrlctlng voting by contested delegates on the selling ot other delegates. Eisenhower supporter« eall It the "fair play" rule. Taft backers hoot »t that. In the present situation, the practical effect would be whether disputed Taft delegates from Georgia, for instance. wouM be allowed to vote on the question of seating riv«l Taft and Eisenhower delegation! from T«MI. ·ou.4*lif*U. wbo hive not Eiienhower'i lupporten -- unit openly taken any poiltioV) on the rival preitrientlil candidates-- ocntended that if the rule was put over it would be an assurance thit "Ike" would cop the nomina- The Savmor Food Store and Fairway Hardware, 2 0 3 M i l l Street, were burglarized last nljrht for the second time within a week, eily police reported this morning. The two businesses, \vhlch occupy one building, were . , . . burglarized a week ago last nlsht state presidential primaries, " r | w i | h ,, , 0|11 , ,,,,, ,,, f, m8 j contact delegates, because of his | Poli( . c chlcf p Mrl Wal(s aW | ,,,,,, when , he conventlon ,,,.,, ,,, presiding officer of the : i., st nlgMs b u r g l a r y nelted the that stage, probably Thursday or : thieves "some change" and a small Friday. . ' q u a n t i t y of fireworks. The exact But Taft asserted "I don't re- ;arr.ounl of money missing was nol i known, hi;l apparently it v.'as less : t h a n t h a i taken in the J u n e 28 burglary. : Police said a panel vas pried frc.m Ihe sheet-metal back wall of Washington-MVVico President Barkley. 74, said lasl n i g h t '. ballot. duties Senate. There was no immediale Indication t h a t President Truman had advance knowledge of Barkley s latest move, or w h e t h e r the president had given him any encouragement. Truman ha^ said he will make known his choice of a .successor \ Ihc- b u i l d i n g jr. lasl nighl's bur- when his a l t e r n a t e lo the Demo- .glary. The same melhod was em- cratic convention voles on thc first | ployed to enter thc hu.siness last 1 Radio Stalion KGRH in Fayctte- ville announced it will broadcast and b.v shameful corruption the federal government. The detailed indictment of j appropriation bills had been I passed, but on these the Senate o f I and House deadlocked. the scandalous Democrat years · Quilting Plans Collapsa will be presented by other speakers the speech, on tape, at 8 p.m. [from this platform." Outside The Convention Hall Two Cross Red Zone Line, One Is Shot Berlln-OT-A Wcsl Berlin couple canoeing on Havel Ukc accidcnt- illy crossed the Russian zone border yesterday and drew the gun- f:re of Eastern Communist police. The man was shot in the hip v.'hile swinging the canoe around 1o race for safety In the west. He wai taken to a hospital. The wom- «n wu not hurt. It's The Law It Ij unlawful lo conduct, pro- mot*, nr pirtlclpntc in endurince contorts wherein human beings »r« eontestunti therein, which litt for longer than 12 hours. Finn tif from }2,1 to 13.1 «h*ll be Kmserl upon conviction. Each vlohtlwi shall bt counted « * *ep«r«te offense. Ordlnnnce No. 7M, p»sel by Ihe Fiyetlerlllt City Council Jth. · "i 1 W» U. S. Liner Speed Queen Sets New Mark 'Crossing Atlantic Administration plans to b i i n g Congress lo a close Saturday night collapsed chiefly because the House had written into a 10-1 ., j TM._ - - , , . , ,, billion-dollar supplemental a p n i o - l A1)nar ' i Tl e SS United States- priation bill a curb on thc u^e o f ; MVThc sleek new supcrliner lunrJs foi an cxpansiori of the. j Unilcd States completed h e r - w i i i mca"urc % carri« S two' 0 biilion dol^i maidon A l i a n l i c crossing today In : ler lars for the Atomic program,: a record three days, 10 hours and $6,031,947,750 for foreign military j 40 minutes Violent Deaths In State Total 21 During Week Chicago -'/TV More t h a n fiOO I I i«nns died violent deaths i · o\er thc three-day Independence j D;iy weekend. Thc toll was f a r ; · from a record for a holiday week-; and copping the trans- who died on the highways i d u r i n g a similar 78-hour Memo- j ri;il Day period. j Hut 18.". drowning between fi ! economic aid, and S^.MO.^ A i i a n i i c snood 7ibbon for Amrri '. B u t 18: ' d l o v -' n i n « between fi! A 1948 Docile sedan. Molcn (100.000 for military bases «nU ! ; . ?o r t h n £i.f im? ir°i, Amcr1 'W. loc^l t i m e Thursday find ''""" N^b H i l l resort nn H i g h w a y olher projects around the world. VL , : J," .. ,1 TM _ . ,, . ?TM'*- ' m i r l n i K h l S u n d a y boosted the total ,71 near Mountainbur*. may be a and a In a last-ditch appeal against the House rider, Prc: idcnt Truman wrote Vice President Barklcy and House Speaker Rayburn that it would cripple atomic production and imperil national security. ' fn for t h e first t i m e in 83 i The timo was 10 hours and two : minutes faMcr lh;,n the old irrnrd set 14 years ago by ihr- C u n a r d linn Queen Mary. Thc United Stales raced pa.'t Ihe ! finish line--Bishop's Hock off the calc rliie to how fioy Kimes fellow prison escapee evaded Thc Senate refused to accept; English Coast--at'rfawn inds v/hippe struck up thf "Star well beyond the Mimiorial Day liKiirc of 510. There were 85 MJt-h deaths during the holiday weekend five week;. «K". Deaths from |lhc hili.s in the vicinit mi.scollaneouB accidents amounted · t : u n b u r ( j and Chester to 6£) in the weekend just ,., weary members standing ; O f fin-knot winds whipped her The firm into the early Sunday morn- - .hin'c hin/t i n n h n i i . - i . Th« 1 J ^ , . . ^ * . _ . . n . . ! ^'"P S " J f i n f l ^Jrm«lT^^t»mrwh.^b l ^l s ' i ' n « led Baniw " ·-'" ^ *TM balked at throwing il overboard, i P as .«n*«s rapped Iheir cham- Thc other dispute that upset a d - 1 Pa(t"»n'-"unr!se telcbration w i t h journment plans flared over a ' a cnc(1 r. Thc wind and rain kept compromise $384,061,000 bill to mosl of lhem off thc open decks, finance rivers 1 and haibors and : however. flood control projects. Droppc-ii The !3.n'lfl-lon United Strtlrs av- oul of the measure was four million dollars for Ihc H a i l w c l i dam Soulh Carolina and GCOIKI*. Senator M a y b a n k (D-SCi roared that the bill was not going lo pass wilhoul t h i s item in it, and imli- ·aled he might launch a f i l i b i i s K i . Sen. Olin .lohnston UJ-SCi said he loo was icady to t a l k all da' Sunday. Bick To Conftrinc* The u p i h i l was lhal th' Scnalc ^ scnl Ihc bill back to conference j again in hopes nf working out a setllrment. W i t h this and the atomic spenH- ing contiovcrsy on hr, hands. Sections Of Country In For Some Showers Chicago -av W.dcly scallered · Xard il «s of v i l a l importance on the final outcome.TM T»ft ConfMent Taft said again, ts hf has fnr days, that he has the delegates to win the nomination. He said be had "six hundred and seven, eijht or nine" pledged delegates but t h a t he would "see what happens" bc- ,. i fore decidlnt whether to drive for Also reported stolen last night the first ballot nomination. It takes 604 votes to win it. Most of the delegates came to Convention Hall from caucuses of state delegations where they had warm discussions of the rules question. The "Ike" crowd was backed in their position by a majority from some of the key states. Pennsylvania voted today to cast 57 votes in support of the oronos- cd rule. Only 11 deleeaujs lined up against the change. Two members nf thc 70-vote delegation announced they were passing, for the present. The Michigan delegation, which I has been playing its cards cau- j tiously, had a caucus bul didn't an, nouncc any numerical split of its ; 6 voles. I However. National Committeeman Summerfield said thc delegation "was generally i, agreement" on Ihc need for a rule' change. ' New Jersey's delegation splil 31 : for Ihe proposed rule and seven * against Gov. Theodore R McKcldin of' j week. Alsr was » IM6 Chevrolet pickup Irl'ck. Clly police said Ihc truck w a s stolen frtifii a parking place on Center Street near the Kquarc. The owner's name was not avail' able. Stolen Car May Be Kimes Clue Auto Token From Mountain Resort pos:.e which tracked lhe m through of Moun- for four er.-iRcd .I.Vi!) knots--about I I land miles per hour--on the 2.D3A-mile crossing from Ambrose Light oul- sidc New York The Queen Mary had ,11.69 knols on her record t r i p . Drugs Stolen From West Fork Pharmacy diiys Kimes and his companion rs : .. - r.-ipcri two wcek 5 aqo from K a n - j Maryland took on the assignment. ·as federal prison. The manhunt · of puttiii; Eisenhower's name in" near Mounlamburc was touched : nomination. Mc-Ke'.din had been* off a f l c r FBI agents and olher' flirtinj; -it 1 , thc Eisenhower forces officers found «n abandoned r a r j f o r some time, but tip un!i! this,, nc 'ir MoimtainburK conuinina | announcement had made no def-i sections of Ihe nalio-i loriny wcre:*' 1 ' co stolen rifle* They believed : inilc c-ommilmcnt. He said beo in tor thundeislontis ,t(id showers.! t n r lw coin ids I r f l ihe car whcn thought the votes he controls in 1 * tht second dose nf wet wcalhrr °ff' ( ' r ''- 'ijiproachpd. thc M a r y l a n d delegation would/ 'ihe h u n t was called of,' yester-. co for Eisenhower and he figured day, and State Police sud it was he could influence a majority of- believed t h e two men n r r no longer in Ihe vicinity Theft of Ihc sedan, v.hich a p p a r e n t l y was talicn IrM Friday, was nol di.s- imcred u n t i l yoMcid.i;.. c i l y po- in as m a n y days for nuny area:. Thc Wcalhci Bureau predicted r a i n frr these areas: Scclions nf the Crcit Lakes Region, Ihc \ a l - Icys of ihe Ohio a n r i Lower Mis- ,nssippi. 'he G u l f slates, Ihc Mirl,dl( and Soulh A l ! a n ; i r states. i Mnro \'.rl \ - c a l h e r is expected lire hcie shid n i e a s plus tin.' Tcnnfisee V a l l e y ·ind the Southwest desert jcgion. Thc ifst of the country has a RCII- Poultry Market -- Ri»M outside the hall where the Ilepuhllcan Nullorul Cnnvenllnn opened Its »c»sion today in Chicnco, K u l t h .lohnson, 20, nf New York City, ride* K steamroller In publicize the vlewi of her u r n u p on the T»ft"Kisenhowtr convention buttle, i ern Uniled Slalcs d u r i n g Ihe day. his state's 24 delegates. o One of the questions the strate-1- on each side were weifhinn was \vhrt influence would be exerted on uncommitted delegates if thc Eisenhower men win the rules scrap. There was fenml belief that the outcome would have considerable effect und F.r-el The poiillr mftrkel today AI re-1 senhowcr's hand w o u l d bfr* ported by Ihe University of A r - 1 strengthened if the rul* wtnto- through. ,t At the convention dpenlnf, tt\rt Associated Press t«bul«tlon on* pledced, committed and eonctdec ' l«lef«les thowed: %n T.ft 514. ClMnhowtr 411, oUlfol eri 131 ind uneommlltvl lit, defense appiopilation '"'' hl%%n 1 ' lk( ' n in l h r 5m Mon Missing In addition lo thc small amount of cocaine w r i e 200 nilro. Slycerln 1«hlrt.«. strychnine tablets and other rtrufn. Forces. U r n r r a l o f f i c i a l l y became · f u l l i Prices paid f.n.b. farm broilers ««d lodav when Gen Mark W. fryers all wel«hlj (US-J.M lh«.) and' eollar. i ly 10. Pail* -r*VA itubl* ktock ft*l Pi'ilumtnl membtn Iwv* b*IM*ll On. Chirlt* 4* Oiullt't lUUf · tKr Frtneh P«npl« in4 will ma tomorrow M ttnt Mr nm pirtj

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