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10 PAGES TODAY Read by ortr 25,000 Daily jlorrtitocst lOCAt r«yell«vlJI« ,nt vlcmltr rlur -to p i r i l y cloudy lonljhl .no tomorrow «nd rontinu*rt warm. Hjfh ttmCT*- l-jr« vK!rrd»r »$: low 72. mxn !ed» IJ. Sunr u J U; unMt 7Jli ^^^ Tfct PufcHc Interest li Tfct F/rit Conctr* Of T«* Ntwspopcr VOtUMI 90, NUMBER J0» KM* UoMd Win ARKANSAS. TUESDAY tVENINO, JULY 21, If52 AP, King and NIA Hoturn FMCtffVICINn Loyalty Pledge Brings Dixie Rebellion Barkley Removes No Change in] His Name From Candidates' List Strikes At Labor As Dominating Democratic Party Nomination Of Fulbright Chicago-(/P)-NolwHhstandins increasing talk of Sen. J. W i l l i a m Fulbright for second spot on the j Democratic ticket, Arkansas dole- i gates to the party's national convention plan to stick with him lur ; the presidential nomination. I "Nothing has happened to change Chicago-WI-Vice President AI-! our plan to nominate him for the ben W. Barkley wtihdrcw lasl; presidency and support him as long night from the Democratic presidential nomination race with a bitter attack on the "self-anointed political labor leaders" who had refused him their support. Until his surprise announcement, he had been considered one of the leading contenders at the party's national convention. The Kentucky delegation, with its 26 votes pledged to him, said it was "'shocked and grieved" at feasible," Clyde Brown of Hot Springs, chairman of the delegation's Steering Sommittee, said today Murry Pledges He Won't Seek Senatorial Post Brings Possible Fulbright Nominariot Into Governor's Race Little Rock - I/I') - Possible nomination of Sen. J. William ' Kovcrnor for months. 'Stevenson Said Ready i To Accept : Chic»to - OPl - Gov. Henry F. | Schricker of I n d i a n a said today Gov. A d l a i Stevenson has informed him that if Ihe Democratic presidential nomination is offered "he couldn't turn it Schricker said he would nominate Stevenson. He has been a staunch backer of the Illinois it was Miuiitcru diiu KJIUVCU at. i * t h e withdrawal. A member of the] i? r vice ing has been settled and there is I no point in switching to support ! him for vice president. j The Arkansas senator's name has been mentioned in speculation . Fulbright tn a place on the national Democratic ticket was injected into the Arkansas cover- After all. Brown reported noth- ' nol , s race loday by i andi ^ la Pump Ordered To Help City Water Supply Will Boost Amount Available From Lake Fayetteville The city of Fayetteville mr.\ed lasl ni * ht al » meeting of the City Mury. The attorney general issu- |'} carne to n i TM he couldn't t u r n it signs, the Demo- Asked if Stevenson had told him he would accept, f h e govcr- ! Council, to purchase a new pump nor replied: j for t h p water s t a tj o n on west Fork 'He put it t h i s way--he said i f : ed a statement that if Fulbright should be nominated and elected, he (Murry) would not be a candidate to fill Fulbright's unexpir- down." By all the i of White River, and to place the pump now in use there on the line between the Clear Creek \rr- delegation predicted the state's Governor Stevenson of Illinois gets votes may go to Gov. Adlai Ste-1 the No. 1 position, vcnson of Illinois on the f i r s t ] In line with Fulbright's desire ballot. . . to keep the carnival atmosphere out of his nomination, the delcRa- . . . -- -- * · · - *** ···* * Mimi^m m»nly m event i c d term in the Senate. The Kentuckians all but walked out on the convention last night after Barkley quit the race. Thev "Nor," he said, "shall I use the cratic convention was moving to- j ter supply and ihe irily in order ward offering its bin prize to Stevenson. Stevenson to double from this the amount of water upply into the city office of governor to promote the ] r o u tine Illinois state candidacy of anyone else. I shall , . himself worked "" | mains. Action was taken because I lusmcss. I the pr(!senl d r o u th is cuttini! suite of rooms outside I h e i . oppose with all possible vigor any I Sovernor's office was crowded by effort to send to the Senate, cither | newsmen and photographers. H until called together again to decide on what presidential aspirant i they will support. j Barkely withdrew from the race a f t e r missing his first keynote se.i-1 sion in more t h a n 30 years. His: statement came a day after CIO I and AFL officials withheld their i support on the ground that the | 74-year-old Kentuckian was too j r-lri to make a successful race. Apparently Hurt ; Barkley. evidently deeply hurt, j said he had never believed a i single group would dominate a great political party. "But now," he said. "cerUin self-anointed political labor leaders have taken it upon themselves tn announce their opposition to me a.s the Democratic nominee for president." These labor leaders, he said, j ·'t/* « tion plans no "spontaneous" dem- ' under an interim appointment or ! '"esembled the scene outside Gen. onstration for him, other than to j later by election, Governor Me- Dwight D. stand and appldud. Storm Whaley, j Math or anyone subject to his quarters in domination." .' weeks ago. sharply on the water suooly from White River to the south of the city and making the city msro ilc- pendent on the water supnly to the Slloam Springs, is to place Ful""finis name in nomination, probably Wednesday. 700 Families At Least 15 Homes Destroyed Washington-(/P)-Some 700 families were affected in the great Tehachapi earthquake, the Red ....... .,, .,,,,,,,,, .,, ,,,,,,,, Cross ^ported today. The relief had committed themselves "to a ! »»ncy said at least 15 homes were program and to candidates other | destroyed. than myself, which would give { The strongest earthquake since the 1906 quake in Sa:i Francisco, hit in .the desert near LOJ Angelei .yesterday, wreaking most of its damage in and around the little [ town of Tehachapi. The Red Cross said 58 home» suffered major damage and 75 to them greater control of the ma" ie* of the.Demo- chinery and polic cratic party." At the same time, he added, leaders of certain large delegations who had been encouraging him "have found it expedient" to withdraw their support. Barkley dropped out of the Democratic presidential picture not long after a reliable report indicated President Truman likely j Kcd Cross workers said 11 per- will throw his support to Steven-1 sons were killed and 25 injured, son. ' _ Gov market and primary roads." 1 Rep. Boyd Tackett continued his helicopter-hopping tour of the state after delivering what he said was his 273rd speech of the campaign at Pine Bluff last night. CtiarfM Gamblera Aiding Chancellor Francis Cherry today charged that Murry through a "tremendous spending campaign" was attempting to buy his way into office with money from "the Blacklist) Lake gamblers and the help of former Mayor Leo McLaughlin in Hot Springs." "Murry,"'he said, "is going to end up like Sid McMath. He'll be so tied down with political debts that the only way he can pay them is by milking' the state." Cherry previously had declared that his four rivals are guilty of "the vilest tactic in politics-- 100 minor damage. There were 31 business establishments severely damaged. rumor mongering." Jack Holt harked Former Resident Here Is Victim Of Quake back some three years to the controversy over wholesale equipment of liquor from Arkansas into neighboring dry states. Speaking at . Fort Smilh. Holt said McMalh, to [whom he gave the new title of j ''king of bootleggers." was responsible for the situation and doclar- jed that "if he ( M c M a t h ) did it j once and failed to stop until the pressure got too strong, he'll do it daughter o f ' a g a i n . " Lawrence Wc-therby, who was scheduled to nominate Barkley, spoke angrily about "an undercover Stevenson f a c t i o n." Barkley withdrew f i o m the race, Wetherby reported, to prevent his "crucifixion" by a combination: Mari |._ T . v l n r of labor and an undercover! F11 ,'"i" T ayl °"' - . .Stevenson faction. · Libert Taylor of Sprmgdale and "We could," h? said, "have j "'' rs - Gladys Taylor Isenhower of Tehachapi. Calif., was one of 11 victims ol an earlhauake which struck (he California town yesterday morning. A former resident here, the child has been living in California for the rast three years. She v.-as visiting at the home of a friend v.-hcn the quake struck, and was killed there. Survivors are her parents: two . sisters, Mrs. Harold Fincher of Shock waves n-nm yesterday's Fayetteville and Carolyn of the · l o obtain a receipt to allow them 'Southerners To Sit It Out At Convention Russell Nomination May Not Be Made; Challenge Issued Convention Hall, CMclgo - l/Pi -Southerners rebelled t o d a y against a "loyalty pledge" adopted by th" Democratic riatlonil Comcntioo and challenged the ! Truman "Fair Deal" Democrat! to , lhr(}w them out of the party's ' c ondave. ! The groat North-South bittl*. , pivoting about disputed "ciril | right*" proposals, roared to ntw | hcijhts of hitternew. ! Rep. Gene Cox of Georgia told I reporters it was pOMible that th« name nf Sen. Richard B. Ruu«U would not be put into the convention. Cox contended the "loyalty rule" action wa», in effect, tossing the November election to the Republican ticket of Gen. UwlgHl D. Eisenhower. Russell said only: "It Is necessary for me to await the course ol evenls before I can make any statement." Vice President Alben W. Bark- Icy withdrew lait night as a candidate. Averell Harrlman, aim bidding for the nomination, uid he would stick It out. Sen. Estes Kefauvcr showed no signs of pulling out. The loyalty rule, slammed through in the early hours of. today, is aimed to require that dele- fates pledge to do all they can In let the conventions nominees on the ballot* In their itates as the rightful Democratic candidates. Vate Aialntt n**n Georgia and South Carolina delegations voted formally that they wouldn't take iiich a pledge. They contend it would be in con(net with state laws and st«fe party rulti. Louisiana's delegation also took the *ame attitude. All rejected, the idea ot walking out fit the convention. Their itrat- egf Irurtead wat la take their «eits in* leave the next move up to the "Fair Dealers," who put in the rule. Gov, Herman Talmadge of Georgia said: "Our next step is ! to return to the convention anci store in lale J u n e or early July" j ance changing the names of sev- i Craw, both of Scott County, and (back row) J o h n - M. Dennett and · takl: our 5Cals ** th -t » overei « n --- · ---- · " eral streets in town was road for ! tufjcnc McOrew, both of Garland County. The camp is scheduled to ' sl * ll! "' O° r ((ia. Tn « governor - . - - - · - . ' bration at Cash, Crai^head Coun- ! had reached the point where ty, and said he would "continue ' newsmen askcd the governor this to fight for an equal division of i Corning how he felt about a vice highway funds between farm-to! presidential running mate. "I haven't given t h a t any con- '. sideration," he said. "I'm worried j about my own problem. I don't | concede for a m i n u t e that 1 will i get the nomination." Warehouse Broken Into At Stout's Station Stout's 66 Service Store on College Avenue reported lo police this morning t h a t the warehouse in back of the store was broken into some time during the night. The office room where the cash register is kept was not entered. Bob Stout, owner of the com- Elsr-.hower-s Hvini; j norlh jn Lake Favetteville. a Ch,cago hotel two i Thp p u m p s jn URe at thfi Clwr Creek station can pumn but 600 gallons a minute. A f t e r the booster pump is installed, the amount j can be doubled, to 1.200 g a l l o n s ] a minute. This will relieve 1hc. demand on the reserve water sup- '· ply to the south in Wilson Lake. I The new pump which will he i purchased and installed at t h e ! West Fork supply base will save approximately $200 a month in power bills, and also should enable the city to trim the manpower needed to watch and work the present setup. Delivery t i m e for the new pump is several weeks off. Section Annexed An ordinance was passed accepting annexation of a section in the northeast part nf the city in , the vicinity of Jackson Heights. ! The area comprises about 10 or 15 1 acres, and lies east of Highway 45 northeast of th* main part of town. bmation service station and sporting goods shop, said this morning I The Council accepted rerom- he wasn't able to determine »l I mendation of the Insurance Corn- once if anything was missing from [ mittee to 'procure an insurance Rarly arrivals at the, 21st annual 4-H Club camp.and leaders rod- the warehouse. One of the doors | policy to protect the city in case , terencc. w h i c h opened yesterday at the UnivrsJty's College of Agri- in the rear of the building had j of accidents at Lake Fayetteville.! i-uUwe. arc pictured above. At , the top. Hohie Demonstration been forced open. , A plat of Mountain Crest addi- j AffCM Mrs. Nancy Estcs is pinning an Identification tag nn Mls» Mary Stout revortcd to police last : tion in the northeast section of j ^ |O ' SL ' Bethel. Both are from Scott County. In the-lower photo, four week that a .22 caliber automatic ! the city was referred to the Plan- i young club members are shown inspecting t h e camp program. They pistol had been solcn from the ! n f n g Commission, and an o r d i n - ! * r c « l c f t t f ) r 'tfht, ( f r o n t row) Bonnie H a w k i n s nnrt Lou Neil Me- Returnees From Service Eligible To Cast Vole County Collector Ralph Taylor reminded today t h a t any person who has been discharged from armed service is eligible to obtain j a poll tax receipt and vote in the I July 29 and August 12 primaries. Returned service men who desire - ,, ,,,.,. ^ n ,,,,,,, ,,, ,,, c . to obtain a receipt to allow them earthquake near Tehachapi. Calif.. homc . anc , h p a t e r n a | crandr) , r . to vote, should apply to the county were so strong they sent the re-: en(s M nnri v^ Frani T i collector* office in th» court- cording needle of Ihe University j ,,, kv..'i n "11 l a - v l o r : house, present an a f f i d a v i t show- seismograph completely off the! T y r !; . . l i n g service in the armed forces, fool-wide record. i ' TM ° 0! y ls to arrive here by I his discharge and the date of re- James Case, station operator, i P'ane tomorrow, and funeral ar- turn to his voting precinct, said that the first and strongest rangemems are under the d: lion of Ihe Watson Mortuary. said, handled the labor stiuation alone. Rut when Stevenson came into the picture, there was nothing that we could do." Quake Recorded On U.A. Seismograph Five Killed As Bomber Explodes Over Florida (Pucka TIMESKOTOS) Marianna.Fla.-i/Pj-A six-engine ' the Council. the second t i m e . It was l e f t on . «"'inuc through Friday, J u l y 2. 1 ;. t h e second reading t o give every- i i i i « i i f c rm^da'tior or l proLr k » Hundreds Take Part In Contests At 4-H desired. It will be read a third ; time at the August 11 meeting of | I jet bomber exploded in flight here today, killing its crew of three and set a suburban house fire that took the lives of two children. The Children were Peggy Diane Williams, five, and her brother, Rufus, three. They were playing in the yard of their home and suffered burns v.'hen a rriotor of the bin plane crashed intn the house next door and sot it afirp. They died five hours l a t f r ;il the Jackson County Hospital. France Seeks Money To Camp; Winners Of Awards To Be Presented Two ordinances, calling for improvement districts No. SB along! Rome 187 4-H cluh members* North Street, and No. 5ft in the ' will compete in 11 method d e n i - i vicinity ol Wall and Garland ' onstration contests this afternoon . Streets, were passed. The l a t t e r I a ' Ihe 21st a n n u a M - H Club Camp was protested by the Frisco R a i l - i nt 'he University. Another 130. road through Attorney Charles I o n l c r the slalc -H club dress | Atkinson, but the protest was dis- | TMvuc. as winners of county con allowed as the prolestants were not ready to present a case. tcrts throughout the The remainder nf the l.O-j? in said this meant that they would "fit it out" until they are either r.caled or thrown out. Former Gnv. .1. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina, the 1948 States R i g h t s presidential candidate, indicated he expected to bt thrown out. He declared, "It looks like tnty are not going to seat us unlesi the convention reverses its decision on the rule." Gov. James F. Byrnes uid: "The Democratic party o( South Carolina prefers to affiliate with Fort Smith. Ark. - Opt - This I thc national Democratic party but Fort Smith To Get Out Vote i-ily hopes lo h;ivo us lar^e^t vole Other action by Ihe Council In- attendance at the ciiii-.p will lake ever in nexl Tuesday's Democratic P'edge thcmselv uded discussion of removal of a P" 1 in " t a l ! n l . contest, music primary elerlioo.. i whatever action sign said"tn"be"blorkin')i"»r,°'»iic.v" | short col " 5c a n d b °y 5 ' a n d The mayor was instructed to .isk by letter for removal of the sign. waves were received at 5:56 a.m. Smaller waves continued for three hours a f t e r the main shock. Five small aftershocks were recorded up to 1:45 p.m. At 1:45 another good sized shock was recorded. Case said it took the waves approximately five minutes to get here from California. Those holding such receipts ^pjj ^ P r0 jy c jj 0n Poll Tax Receipts Fight Appointment Of Hoover As Senator Proposed should present them at Ihe polling j place as their names will not b e ; i j» · · in the poll book, already p u b - ! Washington -Wl- The French | Qn m I ·· lished. I government has appealed to the ! ' ' United States for an a d d i t i o n a l big · M . · . . ,., Th , i dairying, ropev.-ork, safety and Says Formosa Is Strong sum to finance programmed arms ' r ·" d " Jn " a - '""· -'" '; '" e urc | farm machinery. Hong Kong-Wl-Artm. W i l l i a m i production in France. Informed of- ! f^^ ^ "^^ ^ e ', TM$l i Dress r e v u p c n l r i " ind '"" p l t b a l l t o u r n a m e n t s . Club members arrived on I h e : joined forces in a citywidc non- campus yesterday lor the week- partisan "get out the vote" move- long program of educational a n d ' m e n t . recreational aclivitic.".. Dcmonstra- i The American Legion and its lion contesls this afternoon are i A u x i l i a r y are distributing 3 000 "I in agronomy, entomology, food pledge to vote buttoni." Boy Scouts preparation forestry, homc man- i wil | h a n g nolicM 0( , he ,, , ioh agement, horticulture, livestock, i ,,,, doorknobs throughout the delegates are unwilling to themselves to support may be taken Fort Smith civic, fraternal and .hereafter by those in control of commercial organi/ations h a v e ; t b i s convention. Dislike Formal Pledge There was considerable artfer among some of the Southerners who felt the rule was not in conflict with their state laws or rules and wc.-c i.ot formally rebelling. The North Carolina delegation voted to inform the convention that under North Carolina Uw Disaster Loans Ready For Benlon Counlians way 1( v pc.iuade Gov. Earl Warren !0f Calilo.-nia to appoint forme- ! President Herbert Hoov, j Senate if Senator Nixon (R-Califl i : is elected vice president in No- I vember. ! Representative Kilburn (R-NY) Washington-W)-The Agricullure · wrote to Warren today, asserting Department today designated Ben- I ^at a p p o i n t m e n t of Hoover ton County. Ark., as eligible for I "would meet with genuine on- riisasler loans to farmers. Benlon ! ,"" 5 ,! asm from lnc whol « coun- County has suffered from a pro- } Kilburn longed drouth, coupled wilh un- cussed his seasonably high lemperalures. j ber of Hot..... ..,,,,,,,,.,,.,,.,, ,,,,,, Feed crops and pasture; have been I it had been received^ w'iih"unan'i" damaged seriously. ' mous approval. Disaster loans are made- through | · the Farmers Homc Administration, i -- , . .. : Old Knee Injury Puts M. Fcchtcler, U. S. chief of n a v a l , flcials reported French Ambassa- Washingto-MVA move is under r P^ ations - said loda ' l n c Chinese dor Henri Bonnet made the rc- " " ' · . - _ Nationalists can hold Formosa i quest yesterday in ar. hour-Ions against any Chinese Communist | t a l k wilh Secretary of Slate Ache- [oover to the i attack. -son. reported he had dis- Changes Made In Soil Conservation Setup In State; Area Head Stationed At Harrison . . , . , , . . . school outfits, 3 7 best dresses, got the U2 poll lax receipts." ' ii work o u t f i t s . ei«hrplay clothes, County Judge Edward Robert- f i v e tailored garments jnd five son says the sheriff, S. parly o u t f i t s . Winners of A C. Langston. whom he's opposing . aw.-mls w i l l l;e presented before for the s h e r i f f ' s post, ;on't let him , the e n t i r e .isscrrb'.y Wednesday inspect the poll tax record books. · n i g h t . .Sweepstakes winner of the He said lasl night, he's going In dress revue '-.-ill represent Arlcan- court if he has lo in order to see sa.s n t the National 4-H the books. ;r Chicago in November, receiv- But Sheriff Langston said Rob- ; inp; an c-xpense-paid trip, orison's efforts are "all news lo ( Tonight's program fe.-itiiies a places voters. to provide assistance for '( . , I^oan applications will be received in Benronville, Ark. Application Made For Rogers Radio Station Washington -MV Chick Capitol Douglas In Hospital Otis Douglas, Razorback head football coach, underwent surgery this morning at the County Hospital for an old knee injury. The npeartion was performed by Dr. Broadcasters, Inc., applied to lhc Cn ,5; K a y'p r «' Fayetteville.' Communications Commission t o - ! ,.^SIJS , r n n d i l 1 TM was _ r . c F i!« f .7no«« 1 A, I l d ' r TM r «o l H 1 !r ««D2SS! {YovI. h iVw.; ^oKA^SE; jlry rKU11 °^ n ° ld f ° 0tb " I _^ Vote July 29 Although Hollis R. Williams, ; j stale conservalionist with the Soil Conservation Service insists there is "nothing major" about it, some changes in the o f f i c i a l set up of SCS in A r k a n s a s have jusl been effected. The changes too'i place yesterday in most Under the new setup, Ihe Tay- elleville office is under t h e supervision of Area Conservationist Bill Polk, who lives al Harrison and operates the o f f i c e there. There was no official announcement of the revisions being made, in which the number of o f f i c e ? maintained by the service have been cut from 12 lo seven in Arkansas. The TIMES learned of Ihe changes and talked uy telephone with the regional office in Fort Worth, Texas. Later :. phone call wics received from W i l l i a m s in Little Rock. | He said Ihe f i v e o f f i c e * being discontinued are "one-man h r a d I quarters," and "there Is nothing The judge fair! '.he controversy concerns the list of poll la.v re- , , ceipls issued prior lo October 1 , . i 1951. He said only .1,410 names are ' on the l i s t , but that .1,S62 rcrcipU j were issued. . , , . . ,, , ! Robertson said lasl nixhl t h a t he ; i m p o r t a n t about the action. In , lri( . d ,,, SM , hc books eslerd .. f a c t , he .ailed the whole matter j Langston said he d i d n ' t , a slight realignment and de- cliired hp considered il "worlh no mention." The personnel ..t ihe ol/icc in Fayetlcville w i l l rema;n, with the a d d i t i o n of one employe scheduled. H. K. Sagt-r w i l l come from H a r r i son, Williams reported, and w i l l \ be in charge of the w o r k u n i t office In K a y e t t e v i l l e . Kd C r i t / now beats Ihe tille "area agronomist," and Orrin Henbest is "farm p l a n - ner." W i l l i a m s said Ihe service is gelling a w a y from lhc usage of "dulricr officers. Asked about possible changes al Lake Wedlngton. Williams replied t h a t he knows "of -.othing Ihe Field i/. |.rngra:n l i g h t now." It |* known, however, t h a t an effort U under way on the p a r t of some persons lo work out a way for Ihe stale Game and f r i e n d s h i p p i t r i y at Home :n'l a 4-H qi ,'il Old M.iin. Campus lours this morning took thr ( l u b members lo f o u r spe:i.*l p i o c r a m s on th.-' ' a t r p u y . Bobby Gr;iyson. N e v a d a c m i n l y , r'.n'e 4-H president, M H ' m i n d your m;miier.*." rliscnssif.n in Old M a i n . Partlrlp.itmi! i n ' l h e jja.iel v e i e .lo Alice M r C u i r e . N n r l h MlsMSMppi f ' o u n t y ; Kugcne Mor- m, i...r,.,k; s,,e w»fiir-y u i e e n e n u n t y ; Helly Sue Nolmul, T h e p o u l t r j nwrket today ll r.- 1 ,"' 0 " 11 · Scl "'' li ;-" C o ' i n i y ; ,,,,d ported by the University of A r ! L a w r TM c c 1a :" lor . I. « f n y e i I f kansti Initltute of Science ind ! co '- nl ,- v ' , . - - Ttchnolory and the Diirf i n d i Dc - Cl!alcs * il . 1 -' 1 a program in Ihe R.'irci Truman spent today .-.hop. Po-Jltry Market Newj Servlct of !l n ;..'M ls ··.^iloriun. led by Leo ping and sightseeing in Edm- Ul U. S. Department of Afrlcul- city. Posters urging citizens to. vote are b°ing placed in business: names of the convention's norm- houses. M a p s showing voters · necs would be placed on the b«l- where to cast their ballots a r « i lot in November. But the North being distributed. I n f o r m a t i o n Carolina delegation balked at desks arc planned at all votin? ' takin.ic any forma! pledge. Sen. Willis Smith tolrl the delegation he doesn't believe "the men running this convention believe in honesty and fairness" »nd he cautioned the delegation to be alert to fight. He said: "We have got to let the goons of New York. Massachusetts, ,, , Michigan and olher states know Ne-.v Orlcans.!,r-n-.c t. S wc - re n n l S o, n ^ to goose ittp al Weather Btirc.m h e i r - s.i.d t h p l r crack o( , h( , whip." that l i g h t rains -ill f a l l in vat- Th( , loyalty rule was presented lercd arc;^ of A r k a n s a s d u r i n g the kaftered Rains For Arkansas Predicted Poulfry Market -- n e x t four (lays. The bureau also rcpoiled A r k a n s a s ' t e m p e r a t u r e s v ill ff'Ur '.n f i v e degrees above normal The r i n i r n . i l ijiimrriimi is 6.' to 74 and the n o r m a l m a x i m u m 90 lo 91. Miss Truman Continues Trip, Head? For Austria E d i n b u r g h , Scnllanrt - In the convention by Sen. Blah Moody of Michigan. Gov, Piul A t h a t p cvcr n [ Massachusetts, prctioV """ ing. Ravelled it through without ; mil call vole. One of thost m«X- ing an impassioned speech for I' was Rrp. F r a n k l i n D. Roo«v«lt J r . nf New York. Rrnorl Tonight Fmlbto The big row over the loyalt) rule could come to a floor cllrM CO.NTINUrD ON PAGE TMKI fine arts H Wylie, ,IpHer,snn C'nunly ;:Ront t-'lysx G. Word, asjii.stfinl count v in She w i l l l c a \ e tomorrow l ur e ~ «-!.»* vi. w u r u , flsMsiaiu c o u n t y for the music festival in Salzburg, Norlhweit Arkansas marketiSd'^idor.'nV^irl'of hl«°«' 1 AU '" ri "' " n1 - pl " ns '" t o u r Scln barely Jte.-idy to weak; r'ferlng« I pcrlcnce', in P u e i t o Rico A r i n m : and Jlzes Improved »l all points: j m t o · x c h . , n g e from t r a d i n g only moderale w i t h d r - 1 Puerto R,,o, and John Davlc fmm mand lair Price« ' " and Gernmny. Th* Arkansas -- Clear tn pwtl cloudy this afternoon, tonlfM MX tomorrow; not much OtMfli tl temperitura*. ..u. a way lor me siaie (iame and mand f a i r Price, al (he f a r m , Scotland I ,11 -,to Vm-l-,1 , Fish Commission to Mock .he lake | sale, report up !,, 2 p. m. lod.y., rconomio cl.ndiiion, in Ihel co'i n --a practice Ihf commission slop- I broilers ' " " ped at this lake some lime ago. | (2',» lo and fryers all wrijfctt, I lrl*« ami report**'Wllie'lV ex'pf- .1 Ibi.) 30-32 cent*. IrttncM htM. Vote July 29, ·\

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