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FACES TODAY Read by ovtr 25,000 Daily 1OCAI FOUCA1T-- f a y r t n v t l l e inri vicinltj partly cirmdy with »c3!tfrert Ihundirih'*ACH inn'ihl and tomorrow and ron-*vr- »h!v roolrr Hifh l«mri*Mtur« )·'''- rt»v 91 low 73 noon todjy lj Sunr..*e I 19. iiinHt J 3J. Tfct Public Infer*** Is The First Concern Of This Newspaper VOLUME 90, NUMBER 309 Pr«M UaMd Win FAVITTfVllU, ARKANSAS. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 19S2 Ar, King and NEA tatum PMC! WVI Cf NTS ·HI Winners At State Camp Are Selected · Miss Gillcoatt Will Represent Arkansas . At National Revue A 16-year old smiling brown- ette from Almyra in South Arkansas County Shirley Ann Gill- · coatt, is winner of the Arkansas 4-H dress revue with the right to represent Arkansas at thc nation- j al revue in Chicago next Novem-! One Hurt When Car Hits Bridge Coalition works \Stevenson-Fulbright Ticket Out Platform To Suit Most ^^^ r Talk edA tPa rty Con ven tion nners in t h e ] Harry Hunt, about 45, a car salesman at the Modern Motors, suffered : control at Conference Held In Early Morning Hours Successful Chicago-(/Pt-Democrats-, in a surprising display of h a r m o n y , planned to unveil Ihur new platform loday. I t included a com- 1 -omisc "civil rights" plank. A coalition of moderate Dixie- Yankee leaders appeared lo be in j Leaders In Texas Delegate Squabble Meet this session. evue will he presented to ! cuts on the brow and eyelid and contusions of the left arm and right i The tental jttending the State 4-H j !eg a little before 6 p. m., yesterday when the 1950 Chevrolet which ! planks--fore · her. All A award those attending the ' State 4-H j !eg a little before 6 p. m., yesterday when the 1950 Chevrolet which ! planks--foreign policy and labor-- . camp at th University of A r k a n - j he was driving left Highway 71, traveled up the shoulder a p p r o x i - j were handed to reporters last sas here. Miss Gillcoatt placed ] mately 300 feet and struck a bridge abutmenl near the 71 Drive-In | nighl. with the finalists by taking top i Theater north of the city. The car is shown where it 'came to rest i Rep. John W. McCormack of honors in the tailored outfit divi- ' about 30 feet from the spot the machine struck the bridge. Hunt was Massachusetts, platform chairman, sion. Her medium brown wool I iaken to the County Hospital, where attendants said today his condi- gabardine suit cost her about S40. i tion was satisfactory and that he might be released this afternoon. With it she used dark brown vcl- I (Pholo by Sam A. Cocke, Jr. of Memphis) veleen hat and purse and wore a ; -- " lighter tan shantung high neck I _ - . ( · A . XTSki 1 c^dt^tS iU nderwoHd Connections all seven years she has been in j 4-H club work and has been winner of thc county 4-H dress revue two years straight. Other finalists were Betty .Jean Womble, Sheridan, with a navy tucked organdy dress that coil Little Rock-WP)-Gov. Sid Me-' Charged To Three Of His Opponents By Governor her $5; Helen Carpenter of Evening Shade in a silver brocade Math, who first sained the politi- and black net formal costing S20; ca| t light as the foe of orRaniz- Mary Elizabeth Barnclt from . ( ed crim( , ]ast nigh , cha] . Red ,,,,, Parkin in a tailored green cham- (nr( , c of hjs (our opooncnts in thc bray school dress costing $6.81; Shirley Ziegenhorn of Wynne in Democratic gubernatorial race had underworld connections. Jack Holt--promptly branded thc : governor's charges false. a blue birdscye pique with re-. versible pink and blue jacket The opponents - Rep. Boyd made for $5.52, and Janis Waridill Taekctt, Ally. Gen.^kc Hurry and of Grubbs in a brown denim work dress. Seven finalists were named in j McMath spoke at the courthouse the state 4-H club baking activ- i s quarc in Jonesboro, the home of ily which offers an expense-paid ! his fourth opponent, Judge Fran- trip to the National Congress in j c j s cherry, whom he did not men- Chieafio. winner will be named i (ion. after the contestants bake muf- ^ Thc govcl . nor S0 eking nomina- · fins during the afternoon session, j ( j o n , n a thjr() t e r m _ did not rcfcr to any of the other candidates by name but identified them by titles. He charged that "the congress- Forty-four club members entered the preliminaries, from which the following- finalists were selected; Texans Robbed In Oklahoma · Cash And Jewels Taken From Couple Oklahoma City-W)-Two armed men robbed a Texas oil man and ·his wife early this morning at a tourist court here and escaped; kept the ID-member Draftin Committee workirig until d a w n , before a .series of voice votes and then applause signalled agreement on the compromise. McCormack had aked his 108- mcmber f u l l committee lo meet ! a'. 8:30 a. m. CST to go over the d r a f t v.'ord by word. Hc decided i at daybreak to delay this session j until 1 p. m. (CST) the ( convention would not be ready lo consider the platform u n t i l to| night. Conference Called M u c h c!oscd-donr :,ianeuvcrinR and a conference at 3 A. m. (CST) with Chairman Frank, McKinney of lhe Democratic N a t i o n a l Committee preceded the f i n a l ajroc- mcnt on the d r a f t . Taking part in this were Mr- Cormai'k, Sen. Herbert H. Lehman o; New York and Philip B. T e r l - ! f;ov. Allan Shivcre, l e f t , of Texas, who is leader of a "regular" Texas delegation to the Democratic Ha- ] man emissary at the convention, man. who recently resigned as at- uonul Convention, is the winner in a tight t o h a e his delegation seated at the convention. Thc j had a breakfast conference with torncy general. dixpiitp reached the convention floor wlicn Maury M a v r i c k , ri^ht. learicr of an opposing delegation, in- , ihe Illinois governor in the dpart- H is believed lhat McKinnry s j s torl. Center is Calvin Rawlings. U t a h , chairman o.' thc Credentials Committee which heurd their ' - ' ' made a special appeal lo Lehman !Claims. The committee supported thc Shivers group, and the convention backed it up this afternoon, for party harmony and compio- to avoid any party-splitting Nominees Who Will Command Strength Sought Compromise Quiets North-South Fight Over Loyalty Rule Convention Hall. Chicago - OP» - The Democratic ronvenMon , Jtchie\«-d a new nlr of harmony ! today undr While House si final j ' ·" : ---- ~nH narty veterans pressed I for a Stevenson-Southerner ticket I w n i r h could ycnl * North-South : union for the November election. j Intervention by President Trq- ' man's staff had calmed thc onced ! racing North-South battle over a j ''loyally pledge." I There were signs, too, that Tru- · man might Rive his open blessing ' to CJov, Acilai Stevenson for thc I presidential nomination. I However. Presidential Secretary j .T»5(!nh Short paid this afternoon hc "knew of no plans" for Tru- i man in make known his prefcr- I encc of a nominee today and ndd- 1 rd "and t h a t gofii for tomorrow . and- the next day." ] Secretary of Interior Oscar Chapman, who tux been ft Tru- with cash and jewelry valued $15.870, police reported. The victims were identified as; Dorrainc Clark, Folk county; ; m a n cam(? to me wh(?n j was run . white of Ml. Pleasant, Texas. I m i t t e e Norma Smith, South Logan, Bet- ; n i n p for orosccu ti n g nltornry o f ' Police said the Whites furnished ty Vangilder, Clay; Barbara Keil,, Gar i and County (in 1946) and as I names of two suspects with whom tried to Ret me to withdraw. Garland; Nancy Neese North Sebastian; S h i r l e y Zegenhorn, Cross; Carmen Summers, Carroll. First place winners in demonstration contests announced this H OUSC( c | ]arg inR that he "had voted morning are: forestry (team) -- , consisten{lv wilh t h e Republicans" Billy and Bobby Carter, Ashley McMath also attacked the con- ! questioning. battle at thc convention. "This is a real step forward," j Lehman reported. "II is a m u c h ! · stronger plank t h a n 1948." ; i Lehman said he slill might seek TM!\. a n ? ,TM r L Jac * Rand ° lph I "me amendments in the f u l l com- i or possibly on the convention floor. Sen. John Sparkmon of Alabama, chief spokesman for Southerners at the sessions, chimed in that hc too was '"not completely 3 contact man for the underworld i they hati oil dealings here. Of| ficers are hunting the men voting record in the White reported the pair knock- county; (individual) -- Warren j Rudolph, Independence; food i preparation (team)--Nancy Tuck- | and Frances Marshall, Drew;! an(J - (he o]]ly Derr , ocra( ed at the door of his cabin about 2 a. m., saying thcy were police to ; and wanted to question the cou- U.N. Big Guns il Allies Fight For Hill In Korea tl 115 '!TM;".?"!.? 11 ^^!? 311 i n d i c a t c d ! Seoul. Korca-iVP)-Unitcd Nations plain's and artillery today seared fa!tin! . t t n c m i n e Eafety bill I pic. White said the robbers grab- he planned no fight Those who helped f r a m e the "civil rights" plank said it is a Southerners Hold Ground In Stond On Loyolty Rule And Opponents Call A Retreat revision of 1048 section t h a t tense. Battle weary U. N. f.:ot sol- Chicago - (/P) - ThoM Northern f Democratj who mirched bravely up thc hill Monday night, have now marched right down »£Rin. On Monclav they tried to tell , h( , ;,,,,(,,,,,.,, Democrats where to · the crest of "Old Baldy" hill where Ket n f f antt (!ct oll(| i( they wish- a ChincfC infantry company over- c(i Qn Tu( , sday thcy pl ,)i c d back. j ].' cllr j n| j : rnj);ht sonic Southern stales ........ the p;irtv after this j diers were dux in on two slight . chiiMgo meeting thi.--- group nf .slope Northerners got lhe convention to approve a resolution requiring all delegates to take n parly loyalty pledge. Anrl Ihr penalty if the Southerners didn't sinn? Out they would pn. Thcy were tnld- they could kccii their scats But they couldn't take part in the convcn- mrnl of Edwnrd McDougal, friend of the Rnvtrnor, It was learned that Chapman proposed the meeting. A5. to the convention machinery, it was clear the party wheel- horse* were back in the driver'* neat ind out to nanfe the ticket. They were talking firnt of Sen. Richard B. Russell of Georgia as · running mate for Stevenson. Rusiell, in- bidding for thc top spot ha? said repeatedly t h a t - h t didn't want, the vjce prciidjentfpl nomination. If he stuck by that Attitude--and party veterans had their way on their proposed Stevenson-Southerner ticket -- l h e second place rnit;hl gn either to Sen. John Spyrkman or Sen. WU| Ham ?u!br!«ht :f Arksnua*. i Hackers of Sen. Kstcs Kefauver of Tennessee and Avercl! Harriman, other aspirants t-r the presidential nomination, were not jfiv- ing up their fights despite the in- The extended d r o u t h is caus-| creasing Stevenson boom. There * J.PVCI-C damasc lo trees in the ; " rrc rc P ort * th "' w " c ^ intly · planning Kirclcgy. but Jnmes linoscvelt, a Kefauver supporter. denied the Kefauver and Harri- Drouth Causing Tree Damage Areas Of Ozorks Are Hbrd Hit Chappel. Madison: hay judgmg- j k TM^J!;" Sammie Rae Hunter south Se- Tac'kett said he assisted in the ! mond ri'ng "valued"a~t $5,600 "and ""J"^ ^^Jed'al state two carat diamond worth $800. ' Problems a i e best handled at state -« and local levels. Arkansas Oznrks. l l u i l o n Ray, forest and range specialist w i t h the Soil Censer- m *l««( A f^ «r« \ only after he had been assured by C members o f j McMath that it would be all right. lsas _ I Tackett said that Rambling es- '~They' U arc A. Iil'Lowe of Miller I tablishments "had operated wide- County, Van Thomas of W o o d r u f f ; open in Hot Springs since McMath Eight Crewmen Killed , f , M Id (.M\\ Of LOSGS . A . . . WltlS F u l l But County, Van Smith of Montgomery County, Richard Miles of Benton County and Futrcll Butler of Clay Hiss Appeal For A Denied B-29 crashed in flames shortly i after taking off yesterday, killing all eight crewmen. The four-en- ru j L . s gined craft plunged to earth on a has been governor and everybody in Arkansas knows it." Turning on another opponent, McMath said "another candidate -- now attorney general -- when he was a member of the legisla- i ture, was assigned to an investiga- | ting committee to delve into gam- j bling in Hot Springs. He carne j | back with a report that those Ram-! J WO Alarms AnSWCfcd i biers were fine people and doing New York-W-Algcr HIES' a p - j ,, scrv i ce to the people of Arkan- j bV FlTC Deportment .rial--based large-; s a s ,, % ; ' r Also softened were demands for t a tough "anti-filibuiter plank" ! calling for revision of Senate rules. | I Instead, under a section on i Chiragn-f/Pi-Gov. Paul A. Devcr j c r "nVrs"said thcy wouldn't si I "government reorganization," thc lost his voice but won a resolution j 7 npv s;i [d they couldn't pled ire · plank in general terms proposes ! of nrnise. I ciinnpri to - t r'--· J! '' -·· Topeka. Kan - (/Pi-An Air Force ; iniproved congressional lawmak- ; ; ^^^ ' The Massachu- ! platform whicl " :r\K machinery without spccifi. \ ' -**^^ i * - · · - = --- ' tion. It v.ould be as if they were v n t i n n Service, has made field m) t iherr. ; checks from Fulton County west If this was meant to tie t h c ; t o Oklahoma. He reports that in Southerners tight to thr p a r l y ; ccrla | n arcas v; hnc the soil- mention of "filibuster' 1 or Scna'.c farm about 10 miles southeast o f ! pomocr Topeka. It had taken off f r o m 1 the Forbes Air Force Base on a routine flight. In the foreign policy plank, t h e ats, as did the Republi- , he , peal for a third t ly on his contention that hc was; McM , th also rcpc ated his criti- a victim of forgery by typewriter --was denied yesterday in Federal District Court. Of the convicted perjurer's motion. Federal Judge Henry W. Goddard wrote in his opinion: "There is no newly-discovered evidence which would justify the conclusion that, if it were presented to a jury, it would probably result in quittal." a verdict of ac- Hiss. 47, one-time high Stale Department official, was convicted | McMath has p 1 at his second trial in January, j me u ,j t h f a i] u cism of the attorney general for failing to investigate what the governor calls an oil industry conspiracy to fix gasoline prices in Arkansas. Atty. Gen. Murry said Jn McGehee "I don't know what he's talking about. On that first thing, legislative committee in 1937 to thc effect that Hot Springs ought to be cleaned up. "About the oil companies, Mr. ireviously charged :ans. put world peace goal. The Korean War i(*uc was handled this way: "The Communist aggressor has been hurled back from South Korea. Thus, Korea has proved, once and fnr all, that the United Nations will resist aggression. ' "We urge continued effort, by home" of Charlie Nicholson. At ' every honorable mear.s to b r i n g - Firemen a run to IBM Mission Street this morning and extinguished a grass fire at the TheMassachu - c 1 1 ^eou ive i k ynotr ^ ke; a n d temporary wagon, frighten them, or m a k e , moisllirc relationships are POL., them self-conscious, it didn't i as h J R h as f j v c pcr ccnt nf thc : work. Whole batches of ^thc South- lrcM arc d y l n j : _ Hc estimated that If the drouth continues much longer, it will offer a real t h r e a t ; to the oak forests in North A r k - { man forces had teamed up in a "Stop Stevenson" movement. "I don't think it is a question of stopping anybody at this particular point," Roosevelt said. Kefauver himself spoke out · Kainst what he called a "synthetic draft." and said delegates don't know how Stevenson stands 2:30 p. m., yesterday thcy cxtin- Dover a fair and effective peace rcso'UuOn praising Dover's "pow- the folks back ime might not like either. This put them in the position chairman of the O f saying: You give us lhe kind of Democratic N a - , candidate and pliitform we want, lional Conven- or wc t kn'\, have to play ball, tion, was praised Group Bark-Pedals '* l a s t night for , Facing a p a r t v split cvnn before ' d having given his \^ c convention was o\cr, l h e ; K all, i n i - l u d i n f i t h c j Northerners back-pedaled. They 1 temporary 1 o s s ; softened the loyalty plcdyc u n t i l . portant to keep fire out of his voice, for i n n w j t has practically no meaning : forests at this time, his party. j a t all for any state which w a n t s , * ~" S e n . William : t 0 bolt. Bcnlon of Con-: President Truman i-; rrrdiled nccticul offered with telling the Northerners to ri the t5sues of the day. "The people are entitled to know ·' tn:; ^ K | how the candidates stand on such Thc first species to ho affected tjuinlions as th-? Taft-Kartley law, by the drouth arc black oak a n d i f a i r n legislation and ci\'il righU," post n;ik, followed by red onk, : Kcfauvcr said. Me also said- sup- hickory and white oak. In the i porters should ignore all reports arcas '--Isiied-, there arc no indj- | that he would be given the vice cations that the dry weather if presidential nomination, damaging the blackjack oak, Ray Most of the heat apparently id. had gone out ol the North-South Me cautioned ih;it i! is very im- 'scrap over a "loyalty plcdse" as a of thc : result of a compromise drafted lost night. In effect, thc compromise says no delegate would have to pledge , lp an d compromise. There's . ., _____ __ ..... guishcd another grass fire lhat · settlement in Korea in a .-cordance r r f u l , inspiring and statesmanlike" : no mystery why: This is one year ...... ' was threatening to ignite a s t o r - ' w ' h the priciples of lhe United Nations charter." Raymond Ash on Highway 71 k r y n n t e speech. | "The resolution," Devcr said j hoarsely, ' w i l l hc referred to t h e thc Dcmoc-rat.s nc-M all the votcv they ran cot. Particularly elector- a ] v n tcK. When thc Stales Hijfhtcrs Stile To Repave Main Street In Pine Bluff j fore thc shed was damaged. 1050. An initial trial the picvious j prico f i x i n f i on Ras oline, V bVt^he' S2 ^i° on ^ a m a « e year ended with the j u r y dead- ; knows t h a t my office has conduct-1 locked. He is now serving a f i v e - . CONTINUED ON PAGE ELEVEN year term at Lcwisburg, Pa., federal prison. McCaskill, Ark.-(/P)-Fire of undetermined origin destroyed the Hood sawmill here morning, causing an Little Rock-l/Pi-Tho J-tatc Department of Health reported 14 new cases of i n f a n t i l e paralysis in Arkansas last week. These rases early i h i s ' brought the stair's total fnr t he- estimated : year to 81, compared In 77 for the ' there he no Saturday sessions of j Rules and Resolutions Commit- pulled out of the party in 1948, tec." Il was adopted. his support to put the convention's nominees on his state ticket as the rightful Dcmociaiir nomi- I nces If such a pledge would contravene state laws or state party Little Roek-Wi-Thp state High- ' rule*. way Department has issued a work Delegates from four states -n r d f r for resurfacing Pine Bluff's South Carolina. Louisiana. Georgia and Virginia -- had balked at i same period in 1951. ihe exchange a f t e r August 2. Poultry Market -The poultr) market today «i reported bj the University o[ Arkansas Institute of Science «nd Fulbright To Be Early Convention Nominee It's The Law All loud boisterous language all i poultry Market News Service o f ' c j c n j \ v ' r u l b r i ' h l - - i n Ihe race loud "hollering," all horso racing the U. S. Department of Agrlcul- ' ' " ' '' . or fast or immoderate riding . . . | ture. i ' or , t h o 19 ' 12 nTMocratir piesi- Technology and the Dairy « n d | Arkansas places a n a t i v e son-- Chicago-(/TVBarring some pro- j ernor Stevenson of Illinois should ! lions gram hitch, this is In be the day j Stevenson win the r a t e . h a r d l y have any (ear ill discharging of firearms, or the i Northwest Arkansas m a r k e t 1 dential nomination. explosion of gunpowder within I barely steady, demand fair, offer the eity of Fayetteville ho rlecmcd disorderly conduct. \2\ Ins., .short over this weight, Persons convicted of disorderly conduct shall he fined not to ex:red $2,V Ordinance No. 17, pass- p rf hy the Fayetteville City Coun- i weights :ll April IB, 1890. The A r k a n s a s .senator has gam- money (Hie this country for a stu- e d considerable n a t i o n a l pri.mi- ' flent fund. T h e f u n d f i n a n c e s , , , . , · u r.encc in his brief c;,-eer in Con- Mu,l,cr of U. S. students in those " ; '" r n n m l n l s t r a t i o n could f.,rr Me has served two ye;irs in roiinlnes and foreign students in Ihe House and no\v is on his sec- the 1'mted States, ond .six-year term in the Senate. : F u l h r i g h t is to be nominated hy While in the hc gained j stoim Whalcy, a l t e r n a t e delegate n over IMS wcigm '' imc as author o( I h j F i i l l j n g h l i f i o m Siloam Springs. Whalcy has Talc Trices at the nevertheless is backing him lo t h e .resolution p u t t i n g Congress on rec · put ( i n i s h i n g touches on hn IS' · " ord ,u f a v o r i n g a L'n.ted N a t i o n s . ' m i n u t e .peec!i. In keeping w i l h Last year he headed a Senate F.ilhnght's expressed desire, Ih" they deprived Truman of 39 elec-; Main Street from Harding Avenue _ . |UiI . a| Vf)lcf Thjs JTar thc m a ,. R i n !, 0 F l f l h Slrcot . isignuu »n out-and-out pledge, Saturday .Sessions Out ! n f a few electoral'votes may mean ne.surfadng of the nrnject, which demanded by Northern Democrats Chlcago-OPi-Thc directors of t h e 1 w j n ,, r ] w e j comprises part of Highway 15, is w " h a r u l c h( '- v Jammed throujh Board of Trade today ordered t h a t : Drslrn Not Plain ' to beem oon hy Sam Flnlcy. Inc . thc convention early yesterday. T h e i r s no t i n g l e , simple ex- of A t l a n t a . O a , which received | Somc Southerners still were planation of what the South w a n t s the contract on its low $20.888 i " ol satisfied. Gov. James t. in this convention or the election.' bid. I B ' rn « " R °"^ c ' rol ' na was «' One t h i n g they don't want is n Other projects contractors and Ponud lo dislike thc cpmpromiM strong c h i l rights plank in t h e , bids on which work orders w e r e , almo « as much as tne ""S'" 3 ' platform. I t was a strong civil issued yestcnlav included: ; version rights plank In 1918 which led the i Crawford County - 7.8 m i l e s , Thc compromise represented a States Rights movement and cost I crushed stone base, asphaltic cons h n r P scl ' ba . c . ltk j° 1 ,|. h j ! ;..."" T r u m a n those 3D elcctoial votes. ! iTClo base and s u r f a c e courses. Democrats, A c t u a l l y , the Southerners can . Van n u i e n - A l m a Road. Highway themselves U. S. which purchased surplus war goods set aside the U.idcr no illusions r u l h n g h l will shall I togs ^adcquale to liberal under. emerge winner, thc delegation trading mode. -.- - farm reported up In 2 p. m. t o - 1 hill, day; broilers and fryers all out civil rights legislation promis- , et in the p l a t f o r m . The Soulher- ners in Congress can block It. Two Escape Injury As Car, Truck Hit Demo- 03; Bob sm.Bll. Democrats, who like to style ·liberals, 1 * and had Dills. Inc.. Fort Smith, wanted an iron-clad pledge. I Thi Weather A r k a n s a ^ P a r t l y cloudy with scat'eicrl thundershowrrs in the extreme northwest portion this a'l The Northerners lost more ground when the convention voted lo seat a Texas delegation and lo seat a Mississippi group which had carried anti-Truman labtli into the convention. The Northern coalition lost th( hall on downs when conventior ! "We have no second choice." I cents, mostly MI cents, to 3 I b s . ) ' 3 0 to J j l w l d Clyrie Brown, Hot Springs, head of thc group's Steering Com- Vote July 29 mittee. Fulbrighl Is in the position of covering v a r i o u s Irregularities and being nominated for president and | forced changes in the "PC a d m i n it Ihe samp limp being discussed I f t r a t i v e setup, for vice president. H*--and sever- He also is a u t h o r of the Ful- al others--have been mentioned bright studcnl exchange program. as possible running mate lor gov- Under this program foreign na- _ . . Two d r h e r s escaped I n j u r y Investigating committee w h i c h , delegation plans no demonstration i shortly before m i d n i g h t last nlghl dug into operations of the Ilecon-! for him. F u l h r i g h t ha* j.airl he when a l!)."l Mercury driven by struction Finance Corporation, u n : t h i n k s there should be less of the einonn. in the northwest and e x - 1 platform drafters came up with I Iteme n o r t h 'onirht and . compromise version o( a civi In Ihe north portion tomorrow. No I rlgnti plank--not yet ipelled ou r . i r n i v a l spirit vcntioni. Sinre Ihr st.ite -'ilphahrtically for IS.)I Mercury driven by · | m p n rtant t e m p e r a t u r e changes. BUir. 2«, o( Home S Fay- -- I publicly. n a t i o n a l rr,n- rlteville sldeswiped a I r u r . driven h Tov I.iml'ey of Spnngdalc «« i"l! is nlled Ihe t-.'. o r;i;rio off the hypass onto n o m i n a t i o n s . School Slrrri. The rear floor on Fulhright will hr unf of thc first the car anrl Ihr bumper on Ihe | to he nomlnalrd. ' Irurk wrrr hent. Vote July 29,

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