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PAGES TODAY 16 Read by over 25,000 Doily IOCAL FO*ECAST-- P O v l V v i l l p a n d v i c i n i t y m'--y ·'nurl.-, w i t h ifiMtTPrl ihlweM i(,nu(M i n f i tf-irnirriw »ir1 r o n f i r . u r r t mill T « . n ' * M d j H i g h i r m p c r - i l u r t ·;**·«[·- U v n: ir.w r,7 noon today 11. B u n r j i p Tht Public Interest ts The Firs* Concern Of Th/i Newspaper VOLUME 90, NUMBER 303 Auoclated PrMt Leawd Wir. FAYETTEVIUE. ARKANSAS. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 16, 1952 Doctor Sends Mr. Truman · To Hospital May Remain As . Patient Two Or Three Days AP, King and NEA FwHum PRICt MVf CINTI Two-Parly Consultation On Foreign Policy Is Proposed Washinston-yPj-Senator Wiley i "Unless there is such 3 basis i I!e .s.iid Ihc consultations he (R-Wis) today urged consultation l a i r i f o r r o n t i m i i n B hi-h-ievel con- i recommended would t a k e place on foreign policy by the admini- ' ,, . , ° ' o-i ihpse i - - - n m n r i i i i n n s stration and Republicans selected --"" between the ;- P^rtie.s · ^J^^-^TM^ -· . by Dwight D. Eisenhower, the there w i l l be a period of unccr- to continue c r i t i c i z i n c each other's : GOP presidential candidate to M a i n l y and indecision at home and loveign policy position d u . i n g the end uncertainly at home and abroad, e x i s t i n g between J u l y and . campaign, and break olf d i s c u s - ' abroad. next January." Wiley slid. ; sions in Ihc event it was louiid : He asked that President Truman : -That type of period could, only c i t h e r p a r t y was not acting in good and Secretary of State Acheson t serve to the advantage of Soviet f a i t h . ' invite Eisenhov.-er "to authorize : Russia w h i c h could in t u r n f u l l y . He said reports of the c o n s u l 1 leading Republican foreign policy ! exploit it by ;,n intended K. O. l a t i o n s would help r u m b a 1 Corn- experts to confer, formally or in- blow." munist propaganda t h a t A m e r i c a n Floor Fight Pledged For Stand On Civil Rights Byrd Victorious '*""'·« Resigns state Job, 'Plank As Strong ApparenrlyWillAidMcMorh; As One In check-up. The president w a s , rf.ricken with a mild virus infection on Sunday. It had been des- uary 20." 1 ale in the next Congress. \vorlh the paper it is w r i t t e n on. cribcd by his aides as not serious,, but all his appointments this week ' Press Secretary Joseph Short reported the president may re- \ main in the hospital "two or three : Reds May Okay War Rules Anti-Trumanite Union Support ls Denied 1$ Demanded Tokyo-(/Pj-Red China condition- the charges, ally recognized the Geneva Con: Added significance was ; ventions banning ccrm v.'arfarc ed to thc Peipins broadcasts since ! force t h e U. S. In si»n, A second broadcast t,ajd Red dZ" The ;u", ifcSton.' Short \ TM* «'.«"« "";'"' "·«""«« »' «"* -."".cd Fnrei B n Minister Chou said has been nrettv much clear-' a P rlsoncrs Icci3 . v - tn-loi. I m p o r t a n t pronouncements · o d V He s^mT? tTM.' U"!":°- ^± I'M '^""^ TM» ^ ·n,.,,. ,!,,,,,i ,,,,,,,," i oml in Korea would make no offi- been reserved for Chou. has about gone. , da] cornmcnl on lhc Red a n _ The president was accompanied , nouncemcnls, made in separate 1o the hospital by Mai. Gen. Wai- broadcasts Mace H. Graham, presidential phy- Observers speculated the state- *ician. i ments possibly m e a n t : . C h i n a would recognize part of the A u g u s t 12, 19-1!), Geneva Conven- v.-jlh the t r e a t m e n t of l . i l t l e Rock - I,TI -Kormrr Cnv Homer M. Ariltui.-, | u i l his joi) yesterday and h i n t e d f - a t In. wonM i - . k r t h c s l i i n i i ) f n r G o v c i - nnr M c M a t h . seeking u'olccliun lo ;i t h i r d trim. A ' i k i n ? , who ha.' been a t l a c k e r l as the "man b e h i n d !'e s l a t e ,-fi- ' Richmond. Ya.-r/Pi-Kcn. H a r r y m i n i r i i a l i o n . " resigned .-:-; .-ulmin- Heated Campaign Brings Out A Record Vote Navy Helps In Effort To Save L i f e Of Child FEPC Endorsement Expected, Soys Governor Lehman K. Byrd, a b i t t e r foe of New Dc.il- i (if t h e sl:i!r- FnirilnvmPnt One broadcast said Chou had : been authorized to recognize the Chinese Red.- m i g h t be w i l l i n g for nun u u d u i i K v.-jin me t r e a t m e n t ol i · c , , . ,, prisoners of war This also was ! K a i r Rcal spending won a smash- I v ' n " llv R I V I M O I I . He wa« nn- signcd by Ihc Nationalists. On t h e ' in; victory for re-nomination in:j?,T. lc ^. 7- ^ '^ '" """ " h °" surface this suggested t h a t the , yer,tcrd=V S Democratic primarv. \ V 'hen slfed iM-c ' vvVnild · Chi , ' ' · ' " ' ' " f h i . a q n - f.-pi - F.cn Hcibcrt I."Vmvi n f \"w V n i k t o tl a ·/ plerlie'l a iinnr fi'ihl at 'he Ocmo- '·r.'stic N.Viom! Cnnventinn if t'~at' is w h a t it t.'ikcs to pel. a strong civil ri:;h!: n l n n k in hin party's p l i t f n l m . Lehman called n news c n n f p i c n r e ius-t be'ore Democratic ,, ., , I! ' w nation nl.itform d r a f t e r s becan nuh'ir- M a n i l a , A r k . , railed fnr thc |. onr : n) ,, j,, t n ( , prssiblc ti,inEp:rt.-iticn · ji n t/- ; | M;-[ir:h..-'. T r n n . -i.-l';- A N ; i \ y pl.'inc r u s h r - j ;i ii.ne-yt'.ir-nld A r - k-nsas cir! lo a hn;pit:i] here ··iltsr her rioi-!n.- s.isd she had (;i he in nn irnn Iiui;; r.-.th.n IK) niinutn;; Byrd, who said t h e m a j n r issue Geneva Protocol of June 17, 1925, the United N a t i o n s to turn over to ! . i - t i r 11 r 11 i well ,1 f o l l o w doom I ;:su:.1l . i r d " 1 1 t h c I o u p h a m l tU!llblfl cnm- a m u t u a l l y agreed neutral 'Trumanism," led h i s i pov.'cr or organization the captur- P a ] Kn was time the suite was used by thc , ; president since it was prepared for him several years ago. It has been used by others,* 4 including Gen. George C. Marshall and Premier Mohammed Mossa- Party Loyalty Showdown Facing Democrats Democratic State Convcnlion in Clrrk.:. y n i d the Clerks and vtmo ' '''''^ l ."' l n ;un ' P'ritforni Committee IT write thr i R o a n o k c Thiirsdav. when 28 dele-!"'. t ' 11 ' ""cralin- brnthe.honds M ^ ai ":";,. ri ^'^ :rl "' ^ /"id | kmd of civil right-; plank he fav- !,,,,,, ...:,, | , n . , . H , ,, ,, I ( f i r e m e n , I r a i n n - n n and "ii'-inpop;) ,. lr ." '·"''· '"'·'''" o. M i l l i p a n , nrs, inHudiiir rmlimr-mpnt if a s a t e . s u i l l b c n . u n c d l o the Derm-j ,,.,,, ,,,,, rndo ,. ; , t , d ., 1|y ,, nh( , f i v c ;'". ;-" Picked .,p at t h e , ' TM m n u| s orv F a i r F.mnlovmcr- cratic N a t i o n a l Convention. H y r d , candidates. . lil.vthcvMlc A i r p o r i . Her r o n i l i t i n n I PrnrHcrs Commlsr.inn. Tf " Washington-M'i-The ol-l feud i.i Mississippi, supportinj; Sen. R i c h a r d R u ; - l -lack Wil ; :.in of L i t t l e nncl:. rep- '''" W ' l1s -' 1 ' il " 1; 'l today. Son. R i c h a r d B. nusseil nf Gcorcia. . sc |] ,,( Qcorsia for thc p i c M i l c n l i a l rp.senliitiv-c nf the R a i l w a y Con- ^om influence on the results of i , p « s f o r c o n v c n t j o n sea(s bv r i v a | the convention. Many Democrats · 5Ulc dolcgations f r o m Tcxa . d believe that an announcement by | Mississippi. . Truman as to whom he favors for I slates handling racial problems, j Mississippi contests t h L _ ^,, .They have reserved the right to.'tion Credentials Committee will support another third party ticket have to settle the matter of six In addition to thc Texas and Great issues which had c o n f r o n t - ' K a jrf nc e conven- ed him, President T r u m a n h a d ' thp narlv's nomination for .iresi the parl s nomination lor presi- from Calvin Rawlings, U'.;ih national j if tile presidential ticket and plat- over-strength _, , ,, j .j ,, . tommittecman, heads the subcnm- : form displease them. i Idaho Iowa M a r y l a n d " Ma'^'a" dent could decide the issue mittee. Seventy convention votes , Mississippi's 18-voto dclceation I chuset'ts Michigan and North Truman has said he would not ere involved--52 in Texas and 18 i is endorsed to the candidacy of Carolina "·'"''"' accept..the nomination. At one -'- .. . _ time lie noted that he will soon be ' . . . , « \ i i i n · . i n i 69 years old and that the presi- I Water At Wotlder i QUICt HW KCSldCnCC ricncy is a "man-killing job. ! Frank McKinney, Democratic national chairman, said Trum.ii: tnld him: "Yon wouldn't want to see r. ivored x f i v n - m a n Hich- ' . ,. . . . . . ., w;i - v Commi:.sion appointed b y ibc . made the right decision. However., fiovcrnor 1n s l a R W r c d Icrms . . I d u r i n g the campaign Miller etc- · l l ? - ; r c R u l a r a u d i t of the H i q h w a v De-iV 0 ""^' ls " l a n n l n « med t h a t he supported many of | pa| . |rnc . nl . , 10 | n ,. r( , n , c in ' (iixr . s 'lesisnation as a i-rot the Truman-backed measures in · n n d m j,,i,, lurn sa i ar | M f n r , co( . h j | because of thc d r o u t h . Thc C i a w Congress. , crSi Thc lively three-month cam- j Well D e c l a r e d Of Eva Peron Asked Piano Tuning Profession Not Attyf^Gen. Ikr Murry last nlghT carried out of hero ( t h e W h i t - House) in a pine-board bo., would you?" Mrs. Truman left Independence, Mo., today by train for Washington, ending a 10-day stay at the summer White House. I I n f i f Tn H r i n L ' Brcnns Aires-(.T)-Police put up /"^ I I * V j.k unnr 10 urinK,.^, loday around , h c J p r r s i . Calling Youth pai.qn brought out · mary vote. | where hc charscd t h a t ArncnrF-' ; Only two congressional races: mcm 13 ,,, , h n ,,.,,,, ,. nn , m ,,, ion flRllreii_ in ycslcitlay s^ p r u n a r y j hiu | "h.-illieri"' M - M a l h in the lal- Rep. ''" *"" " " 1 Plunketl of Ro;moke under record p n - i t o o k his campaign t n ' Paragould, ii n iii.u ·" ., ^-.LVI "L..J .1 1/1 ii.ioi.... n f l f ] "M.'iiKPn lYl'-jvlalh in the n t Rep. Clarence G. Burton of ter's e f f o r t s tn "sadrilr lhe public Lynchb-irg b u r i e d Moss A , w j t n 12 m i ,, i o n rln!]; , r: of ;u|(U _ nro- nnsrd platform lacking ?uch fea- lur^s reaches the convention flo^r. L"hm;m ?/i!d he cxnocts to sub- m ' t a minority report. Clotttrr Pulr AttarkcH Lehman snld ho also will prr^ fnr n t'hitnflp in the Srrtatc's a n t i - fUibuPier, or "eloturo 1 * rule -- 50 that drbntc can be chokrd off by vote of two-thirds of those nr**s- nnt instead of two-thirds nf the Senate's mrmberrhip, as is now required. He i.aid the rrrscnt do* tiirr rule has allowed the threat , _ of f i l i b u s t e r s In block votes on civ- k -. tfh - Crawford . n r , Rh! . i cpis]aUDn . County us planning to apply for j l j ? h m f t n ia a m c m b r r of thft commitlec and a supoorlrr or Averell Harrlm^n Plea For Help L i t t l e R n r t j f* t m * L . M ' f, * »"(*""'" ' "i /T.vtii'ii ; iii i im-in ford County Mobilratlon Com- ] for , he Dcrno ,. raljc . presidential mlUc C met.earl.vl«la y a r,dd M id.| n n T r t t m i t l o n . ,,,, told P n c w s m o n . SSS^-iJ'lJw^SH Ba\vnurr;h, Enjrland-M^-I-'or a ! thousand years Britons have been d r i n k i n g the v.-aters from St. \Val. ston's \\'cll, outside the Bawbuj'Kh | C h u r c h , believing it effects mi- · raculous cureF. And now a 20th- · century analyst reports thc w a t e r ; p cron - s . is so impure it's not fit tn drink. ' j The church vicar, Herbert L. Davics, gets scores of requests for ! bottles of the water to be mailed to invalids. He says he's in a dential residence where Eva Peron is i l l , asking motorists not sound their homy, r'rosidrn'i tinnal ta^cs r;ifh vc.nr" landslide, 2H.fi07 tn 9.J121. in Ihe Hop. Bnyd Tjickotl viid hsl ,,,.. , . , / T 1 D- 4 !;ixth d i s t r i ( l - I n t h R n r w 1(I!h night in rir- Quoon t i n t hr Ii id r * r l t p h ''tl. Jr.. said I h r r c is m u c h . Philadelphia - ( . ? ) - Piano t u n d i s t r i c t E d m u n d a Campbell. m adr mnrr snccchrl I'.'.n !± ' t-onrrrn in the t-ounly over the- J u a n Peroil remained at the rcsi- ers, like ;i man listening for a n n l i - o r s a n i z a t i n n A r l i n g t o n al- spccclios 1'ian (·.'nididalo, and .'iddcri: ' froding of r;itt!e .vim- governor." Irene M. Green, the local ; officer, told the Tov/n · Another Reason For Learning To S p e l l It Right i? Milwaukee-(^Pj-George Lapham ^ was arrested because he Couldn't i /-· 11 t V f ' ) ' " U i n - i t l l i u (^(,'UjJlt.* \ \ U U 1 U J l l . S L f l f l V U JLnb^enured , b^ yscter- ' ^ ^^TM ^ dav and wrolc out a Sofi check. , .. ,, ' , . , . , r, ' . « - . . -, T T-J j [ 1O wc '' 1; ' s ° popular, she adaed But Assistant Manager Edward ' ., ,, . . , , / ' ' Jims noticed Lapham had v.-ritten ,^ TMp. hl ^ '" '"" U P a TM rn ,; ' "Peasant Lane" instead of Phea- ! l n g "".""· U n h t for _dnnkmg." ' sant Lane" as his address. Jung, a much better speller, summoned police and Lapham was boo!;cd on a charge of forgery. good word about himself, should Inrney. won t h e n o m i n a t i o n in a I pronlo not a b a n r i f u l nf ifoi/ornm- - h:lvr rlr ' 1( ' 1 up and the donee, lie has reported to .-ork ,,! field of four. He h.rt l:''MM vote, m ,^ t ,,.;. W ] 1 | ,,,,,., m , ^^': : ply i, low. v'hcn H wTM an^n^Uhat Mr?! rainls in " CaVC "' ° ' O V C f °'' C h M - '" TM'TM '"· ''' --'"^ *"' T '" """··"""- 1 """ condition was u n s a t i s factory. The latest report yesterday said her condition rc:^-..r ; s " 1 TM 1 '" clrcn even though the latter drop ' £ r u r i ° r - DeV2gatcs f i o m A r l i n g t o n , ran second. "'' s;ufl br- had made 210 Wholesale Food Prices Increase In Week lesale food I one of t h e k incrc'iscs toy boats and sealing wax into the baby grand. ; To encourage such qualities, as I well as 1o trade t u n i n g expcri- i enccs and techniques, 24!) men and I one woman, all members of the I National Association of Piano Tuners, arc hobnobbing in Philadelphia this week. "We're not so young, most of u?, but young men don't seem to go in for piano t u n i n g any more, Thunderjets In Tokyo After Over-Ocean Hop i M c M a t h :poke in Batesyillc. and j claimed t h a t hi;: highway program had r n o i o t h a n doubled thi slate':; tourist industry since lf)48. Bill Hassell Resigns Post At While House mused Laban A. Nichols, one of · Tokyn 1 " d:l -"- « lm P"'""K '"· the association officers. "Too bad, i f s l nl:iss Jcl overwatcr I l n h t too hn,.a,KP n ,,r« i« :, m orl n m f«. hulory--I0.8S5 miles across Bandits And Philippine Police Clash In Hills False Economy, Truman Says Of Money Measure v.-ere at thc highest average level s|eadv wo ,. h ' anr| ff)r ,,;,, since January. The index at SS.6I part, an appreciative audience." Washington-(.'?i-Fresidcnt Truman yesterday accused Congress of seriously hampering the dei fcnsc e f f o r t by slashing his budget M a n i l a - MVDarinc Moro ban- requests for foreign aid. economic stabilization and c i v i l defense Signing the Sll,79:i.:76,339 sup- compared v.-;th S6.."il last week and Sfi.88 a year ago. Thc high for 1952 !o date was S6.64 c:n J a n u a r y 1; Tire And Wheel Stolen the low was SB.3I on April 1!2. : Buster U u n l a p repnited to city The index represents thc total police early this hiornin" that Francis Diddle, chairman of Die A m e r i f a n s For Democratic AcMon p a s t u r e s ; r j r i ;iycd Ior t h p , imc bcin( , a lei sup- | nromijcrl c i v i l ri'^hti fight and took un thc i-jclgcls instead to rc- n l v to rienublican criticisms of the Yalta Hip, Three conference nnd lhe Truman a d m i n i s t r a t i o n ' s Far Kaslcrn 'leclsions. In a statement nrenared for submission to n preliminary p] a t- ! ,,» ,- . , a , -r, L i tmm D r a f t i n g Committee the ' wr^;"" 1(! r h V, J\ Kh0$t A D A «Ptem.-m declared: "N',, wnler who h a n d led he cor- l A m P r i r , n nMd , mla ^ e fo , Yal . cspondence of the late President | ta . T he b l u n t fact is that wc would f r a n k l i n D. Roosevelt and Presi- | hc extremely glad If we were Hv: de,, Truman rcs.r.nc.i yc,.crday. 1 inR t o d a v in , he world ovirfe(1 | W i l l i a m D. ( P . M , HavsctI, 71. q u i t . f o r h v l h e y,., Un agrecm ',, m , ns post as W h i t e llou.-e tecrc- : | n nrrlor , n Pr , r !, 1vc Eastern Kur- il '-Innlii ' r '' r - v "'" 1 morc one and Manchuria and China the nan ..IIII.IIIKI | i r c.sidcntial letter:. Soviet Union had to break the Hc_has been ,n ,,oo, .calth. i Yalta agreements " Ocean Iron, Turner A i r Korce' (Wc '" llcr liurc:i " "' IM '* Hock Truman accepted thc rCMKna- niddk was one of .1 number of Ba"eMb"n- C , h o u °!'"rcca.M genera. ,a,n s . l",n regretfully. t aying he f e l t hc witnesses scheduled to anncar be- Basc. A l b a n j , C,a. R . l j r ) fp|| n ,. c| . mos( of ( h c s|alc was l,,,u,« Ins r i g h t arm. . forc lh1 2 ] . m c mber Platforr, mi, DUI ",,i. vcslprd . lv v ., l h Ol | b( , a .(.pnni,,, I .-isiett is one of the bit of the : Committee at the start of four and the highest r a i n f a l l of 1.22 inches p -' r 'y ^e-v Deal f i g u r e s , h a v i Temperatures w c i c s o m e w h a t J° lnt 'd Roosevelt i n in:!j a f l c i cooler t h a n t h e y h a v e been, n l - lon " new:,papcr career. Moil OHIale Gets Tokyo - :.V) - F i f t y - e i g h t U. S. , -hundencts d a . t e d down onto Ra|fl, (OOlCf WcalHCr j I . i t t l r Ro(^-'/T,-Arkan.'ys may i be f.icm5 the first break in Un:; (he - i . .. -United States and thc Pacific i summer's d r o u t h . Thc L 1 . S. Hock v n m p w u r o f i l m hni ex , ed ves c ,in o- 1 o ^ -, - o u t h of j"nan kil I n - the . I m a . null, o J. par K i l in,. Ihe. s'er'.men.n "'.li Oil I 1 l i l n t M l " . l ^ i l l l l . . cost, at the wholesale level, of ono tire and wheel was stolen from pound each of 31 foods in general a -pick-up t r u c k parked near T n f l h e U. S. Far Kast A i r L:;O. · Swanson's last nifiht. ; Forces, mrt t h e pilots and told Ark.idt'lphi;! s t i l l r c i a i n r d dits and Philippine police skirmished today In the hills of Join Island while t h e government awaited thc bandit leader'.- answer to a surrender u l t i m a t u m . Moro Kamlon, notorious Fil!- " a " propr ;llion bi " 'cs- ' Mornl.nn Named To Slate ,loh L i t t l e Rock - I/ft - Phil I.nh nf Morr Checks Dur Washington -i/I'i- The Internal i t h n n i tVy v:iil K" ' f ) Knrcf: | casionally for combat. I'olicc Puizlrd Tcx.-c; - f/Fj - pnr/led » yesterday was a n p o m t - Revenue Bureau's job of m a k i n g ,,ncr Air Base J u l y 4 a n d , ,-,dc l ' ' he , " re f 'TM' f W i n » ed H i g h w a y Ocpa, tmcn, attorney, ' refunds l o people w h o overpaid S l a = lh « ' - b i l l i o n - d o l l a r - t o succeed M u r r a y O. Kee.i of I,,-,- t h e i r 105, income taxes is about The planes f r o m the 31st K i s h t - Pl'-e rcrt-ivrd a t h e f t rcpnrt y - Kbirort W i n d t r f 'k off f r o m ,Vl r( '. :i '' Thicvfs. i « i i o r i n i ; Dallas' Kidnaping By Reds Brings German Protest hear; irii!s. Thc smaller tjroup will sub- : mil its recommendations to n 108- niomber P l a t f o i m Committee ol l the N a t i o n a l Committee next Mon. day, opening dav of the Democratic convention. "' ' " pino M o h a m m e d a n bandit, has ! "the falsest k i n d nf economy.'* launch an all-out attack t,.nks a n d m a n h u n t i n g against his followers. ^ ' !n ^, who reMgncd Ihe post tn OB per cent cnmplete, out n f f i c i a l s I times f r o m omy." ; run for chancello, nf the Fir.sl e s t i m a t e d lodav th.u about 550,000 ! planes TMTM d -- ··· ^ «TM ..... · -- ^-^ *··» «» TM,. ^ p · · ,,,,,,, T,K, ncaf: r ; n ;m,r;;"r::ba;H lo hau;oom r ~ TM k TMTM - irlert in f l i g h t s e \ r - i y l '"''''I' 1 '' f ' o r n a i n n m i n f ; IK.USC. Superfort t a r i k r i Ike's Executive Ilonn, O(. i rm;iny-(,T ; -Thc \\'cf.i ppoaled to- Council of F.iiro[.r a.^amM Com- "f f i c r m a n v Democratic Governor Of Montana Leads Hok . | D( , mocrat w i t h | --·----- d o g s ! Ifpavy naid Toll Claimed Tokyo -(/Pi- The Communists' Thc outlaws have Riven no sian ! PeipmR R a d i o Umi-ht sairi more they will lay down their arms, j t h a n 2.000 jjeoplc were killed and 170 i n j u r e d in lhc Allies' bie raid en :he N o r t h Korean capital, i and one policeman wore killcrl in PyoncyniiK, Fndav clashes on Jolo. The island is in The Philippine News Service . 4 the Southern Philippines. Fausctt llomf nurn.i ; Conway, Ark.-(^-Firc destroy-' cri the $2ft,onn Lake Conway ro- sort home of Klhert L. Fausctt ; I.ocprrs Hum To Drath Concrete, Wa-sh.-f^j-Two loj;- ccrs were burned to death and . Little Hock, today, two others narrowly escaped when a fire broke out of control today and jumped into hifih timber. It's The Law "All members nf the Poultry Market -- The poultr murVct today tl reported by the University of A r - j | kansas Institute of Science «nd · Technoloiry and the Dairy and police Poultry Market News Service of force in the City of F.iyettcvillc lhe U. S. Department of Agrlcul- nre required to wear s t a n d a r d po- i lure. ^^^ lice u n i f o r m and cap w h i l e on d u t y , Northflfft A r k , t n : ' n i m a r k e t ; Brttrr Crops In Canada I Oll.iwa -'/Pi- Canada'.= ' crop t o n d t l Kin indii-.itf"! ; 1.1 prr cent b r t t o r I h f i n hi tho tinrc;ui n,' S'.'jtislii'S ; today. Thn b u r e a u said i a y i e l d :! yc.ir, repnited rnp.s nf £i , . .--..,, ,,..._.,,, and to procure such u n i f o r m and ; steady to firm, demand f a i r to! , E TM ,f- B "' -- TM« " lh * "*»'. conlioversinl FD-25 "n»hy c»p w i t h i n 30 days from thc pas- j cood, offcrinRs lijtht, tradins llsht. S.IRP of this ordinance." Prices nt the farm reported up to I Ordinance No. 484, passed hy thf ; 2 p. m. today; hroilen tiM fryrrs K n v e t t c v i l l c City Council J u n e IB, : nil w e i R h t s (2'.4 tn 3 p o u n d s ) 1 "J23, i.11 »nrt 32, moMly 32 cents, I liomber" oftcrcd hy Klctrhrr Aircralt Torporalion, of Pasadrn., Calif. Deslcned to cllmlnste enemy Rround Installations nt a fraction ol Ihe cost of a modern Jet fighter, the plane Is cmlv 30 led long, weighs 2500 pounds when f u l l y armed ind has a 250-11 P, engine. S.inng v/he;-t. b f n l e y , f;il! l y e ;ind , s p i i n g r.vc J u n e 3d ttm year l a t e d above the crji responding d.ile a year ago. Fumrj Oust 1.000 I ' l i i l a d c l p h i a - i / l ' i - A zinc o x i d e fire in a N o i t h c . i f t P h i l a d e l p h i a M n c l l i n g p l a n t today spioad n a u s e a t i n g f u m e s ovci a n n l c - widc area f o r m g n f a r l v l,(i()(l penplc to l e a v e t h e i r hfirncs. Motor Firm Entered, Cosh Box Robbed j Thc '.yle Ur.van Motor Company i on North Block Street was b r o k e n munist alxiuctio ' H"r ! hn h( i'v"To' lt ' lnll ' lit ' '""' W "' U j °" Vi r i i u l C - n " nn " arlfl Renub- ' r a r b a m c n t called on thc two i n - | h'eUl'on t..':i Umo-vote leads ea'fy t c i n a n o n a l oraamwt.ons to secure t f l riav m races for n o m i n a t i o n as h, release o ,!,,,,, : .n,,tch,-d l,v ,;. s repro.-entativc (rom Mont h r Hcch. and n p r e \ c n t l u l i n c l a n a ' . f n ^ t - l i - t n i t : ''"!"' ;ll "".V ,. ' "T M'ke M a n s f i e l d , runnl"" t h a n c e l l o , Konr.-.d A d c n a u c . ' , w i t h o u t competit.on for the Dcm- K . , v c , n m e n , a ; . , , , , ? k , d f o r a u . h o , - ,,,,,,,;, ^ il[nru] ,,,,,,,^^ i l y to MH-rc.-,..,e Ihc M r e n x t h of t h e r ,,,|e,| ,,,, 13.174 vote, in 144 nf ledenil horde, P ,,i u .e, wlioi.c i.Kn picc-incts. Sen. Zales N Ec- t i o o p e r s a r e charced w i t h defend- t on. alvo unopposed, had fi 418 In ins the HOO-milc f i o n t i e r between H2 precincts. thc western and S'i\ let occupa- ---' . tion /rtnes Supcrlincr To Settle On Fivc-doy Crossings U.S. Car In Japan Said Wrecked By Bomb AKIHU* H. VANOINIIDO llbovci Km or the late M i c h i g a n Hcnatoi A r t h u r Vanflenhcrg. h executive. r,i; i :: l .*",'!i! r 'T»"?*% «-«·"««»«JPP^M,;J«;: " bul noihlnf \rw Y u r k - i . ^ ' - T h p n r w super- liner U n i t e d S:.iles sprcrl queen of thp A l l . i n l i r , ^ K , driv. n lo ;t schcxJulo fur a t r . i n s - A ' J a n t i c Tlip M.OOO-tnn I.'. ;-, IJUPS vessel sh.ivcd :ilwiiil a il.iy and i\ h.tlf o f f t h K t i m r - t . i b l p in each direction as .sdc t u r n e d her maiden voy.iRp in'.ci * fvo-w.iy recorj- w i n n i n j t t i IP The .«hjp bprthpd h n p v r s t r r d^y folio" mx the K t . i n d - s l . t m v o y - *fic. Tokyo-'.'7*i-Kyodo N'ews Agency siid Communists at Kobe laxt iii'^ »n ,«.(-ttlc nisht hurled a firebomb *t *n :if f i . p d.iy.s Americ.in car and destroyed it. A crossinR. '· firebomb missed another American c.ir m a Tokyo suburb. Tht Wtothtr Arkansas -Cnn.iidcr.ib1t (loudl- nos.i with jcattfrcd show«rs »n4 | thu 'In slot nn this uttfrncon. ton i n h t nnd tomorrow. 1 . t r m p c r n t u r c chn|(.

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