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PAGES TODAY Rtod by or.r 25,000 Doily IOCAI KMKAST-- Ttyilitvlllf and Tlclnitr MTUr rlimdr with »call«rM ihnwm tonight »n4 tomorrow, ind warmer !« tifhi hill, K'as tcmxr- · tuft «t.M.y M: low IS noon l». day M. 8unrU« t:M; iuni«t 7:21. . fnftrctf It The First CoKtni Of Tfc/i Ntwsp«p«r VOLUME 91, NUMBER 1 AuMloted Prau LeoMd Wire. FAYITTIVUU. ARKANSAS, THURSDAY EVENWO, JUIY 14, 1MJ CUfTV Where The Windstorm Struck Democrats Nominate Candidates 4-H Officers. Are Elected At State Camp Washington County Youth Wins Contest In Tractor Driving 21st a n n u a l session at the University. They are: President. A. L. Lowe, 16, Miller County. Texarkana club- secretary, Barbara Keil, 17. Garland Only A Small ; Bone Found In i Missouri Shaft Fulbright Offered As "Man Of Parts Spring City. Mo. -(.4'l- Workmen Chicago - (yP) . Sen, J. William . f i n a l l y reached the bottom of an j TulbriKht of Arkansai "comet i abandoned mine where a collie from the utock and the envlron- , dog has kept a 25-day vigil and ment which produced Thomas found n o t h i n g excepl a small bone. Jefferjon.": Storm Whiley of Si- The a n i m a l had maintained a ; loam Springs said in a speech walch at the mouth of the shaft : prepared for presentation at the since last month, refusing to · Democratic National Convention I c a v t - i this afternoon, offering Arkansas' Residents of this Southwest Mis- favorite son- for the Democratic nomination for president. Whaley I the dog's owner might have tumbled into the mine. The dog is i stranger in the neighborhood. this dent ipot since it became that a Southerner on evl- , . Hot Springs, reporter. Vickers. 15, Lafayette Thc sharp storm which struck in this vicinity late yesterday evening caused considerable damage at the home of O. L. Andrews on Highway 71 south. One tree which was wrecked in the front yard is shown here. Others were ripped apart, and a shed behind the house was blown in. Shingles were torn f r o m the too! of the home, as can be seen. (TIMESFOTOj Heuvy Wind Strikes Section Two From Arkansas Help Draft Platform Adopted By Democrats In Night Session Northwest Arkansas residents , today began cleaning up the trail of shattered and uprooted trees, broken, windows- and disrupted i northwest to southeast north of Fayetteville yesterday. Hardest hit. seemed to he · rca between Fayetteville and J n n r U n y , County, Martha . , County. Buckner; sons leader, Kay Kent, 17, Hempstead County, Pat- mus; vice presidents, southeast- Joe Stroud, 16. Desha County, McGehce; southwest-- Ruth Davis, 17, Columbia County. Magnolia; northeast -- Jimmv Van Parr 16 Jackson C o u n t y , Tucksrman: northwest-- Ilia Lee Coonc. 16. Faulkner County. Grccnbrler. Jimmie Estes, While Rock Club Washington County, won the traclor diiving contest yesterday He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Virgil Estes. Hakes To Win j Miss Dorine Clerk. 16. Polk! County 4-H'er, "baked her way"! I to Chicago at the state 4-H camp I at the University yesterday. Her cup cakes and record of baking I in five ycais of 4-H Club work I won for her first place over six other f i n a l i s t s in the baking ac- | t i v i l y which gives her an c.x- ! pcnsc-paid t r i p to the National 4- j H Congress in November. She is! member of Acorn 4-H club,! | Chicago-(fl')-Two Arkansans had ] dence should have every educa- j . . . ! t h e : something to say about drafting tional opportunity to de""'TM ···- ' cs I n k ' the Democratic platform adopted ! potentialities." it develop his urges federal O L A n d e w . h o m e o n H w y ? a ' 1 y today by thc " art ' conven- i government should not dictate edu- 71 about two miles north of the uo "- ,, . ,, . , | rational policy. city, a walnut tree some 30 inchr-, i 1 . Rcp ' Broolts Hays ht ' Ir "' rt f r a m e I f h e P latfo '"i presumably met in diameter was twisted off about I thc cnm P r "rnisp civil rights plank, I the approval of the Arkansas dele- two and one-half feet above the | w h i l c Forrest Hozzcll, Little I!ock, [ gation. There was no record vote ground. Huge limbs were bl ' from other trees and Thousands of persons visi'ed the scene, curious over what might be found. Last night Miners Ted Hymer and Oscar Uber were lowered down the shaft. After a thorough search at the bottom of the pit. they reported they found nothing except the small bone. President Says Steel Strike Must End Tells Chieftains At White House Nation Needs Peace Washington-(P)-Presid(mt Tru- rrfan told the chieftains of thc go'io'YhrNallonaMunir^-ir 1 ^ TM* "" C '° ^ . . . '-I'-L L t h f v nilmt nnH 1hf» wnnnmv_,t,,.«M- . is an alternate ojclefate to the convention. . _ _ _ __ .. ___________ Whaley. aaid the 47-yetr-old Volunteers spent the past week | Fulbright can be«t be described pumping out the flooded mine. |" "· "»" of part» -- a whole man in the aenie thai Soulherners who helped found this party were whole men." i "It can b* said 'of our parly," ! Whaley' slid In hi« speech, "that it has known many dayr of triumph, but few of pe««. In its houra of grealwt peril there have arisen men of long view, of tolerance and «ood will, to remind us of our part, and to point the way into the future. "We In Arkansas know that Bill Fulbright Is a man of that character." Arkansans, Whaley laid, law Fulbrifht become "one of the youngest state University president* in the United State* and then we Mw him turn to politics In protest when political ma'nlpu- ' ticket might b* necessary to seal the North-South pirty split. Living Costs At AII-TmeHinh Index Up Some Over Previous Peak Three 4-H boys were named to lown . wa -' ! the principal author of the i taken on the question of adopting eral plank on education. The civil I the platform, only a voice, vote. I ' able Growers meeting in Ncw York City next December. Winners in the horlicullure judging, grading and identification contest, they are: Carlton C. Smith, Crawford county; Tommy Buck- smaller trees were uprooted. An ' rights plank, a general statement · Fred Picken's delegation 'chair-i lcy r u ! a 5 l i ; "nd Billy Eoff, Per-,., _,.,,, ,.-,.!.. j ,,. . . . . . ry county. A vegetable team dem- oi onstration of three .members .will votes" " be " amtd tomorrow;;. t»make the , old shed behind the Andrews' · of principles, was a compromise : man, said "I believe we were un- house was shattered by the wind j worked out by the Platform Com- I animous for the platform -- at and shingles were hlnwn off the house.and barn. A-north jM'JStUM \vindow in the house were blown out. A pillar holding up the back bcr. The 'nay' were inosenea as the wind appar cntly moved either the house o r , live of color, national origin, cco- Ihe porch. A transformer was '· nonomic status or place of resi- ripped off an electric pole in f r o n t , ··- of the house, and telephone service was also disrupted. The sheriff's office reported Ihis morning that a Prairie Grove I :ruck driver said the high wind ' blew his truck in front of a pick: u p l a n d caused a rfillir.inn }?? Yes- j terrlay.' J. B. Troylor of Prairie: Grove was d r i v i n g an Interim- j He said, he stopped one" because 1 . of the wind and rain, but t h o u g h t ' it had subsided and went on. He j reported a gust of wind blexv his | Republican nominee, got the nod truck into he path of a Ford i by , mc vote over Illinois' Gov. pickup truck driven by L. D. Adlai Steevnson. being boomed Edens of Garfield on Highway 02 a5 lhc Democrats' standard bearer, east of Farrmngton. The door on I R asu :is. with 28 in doubt, were: Eisenhower 39, Stevenson 38. The poll was taken by ' the which Hays is a mem- '. least I heard no The Arkansas on education pledges yesterday with Gov. Hugh ppi delegation and to seat thc group from Texas headed by Gov. Allen Shivers. delegation voted I porch was blown off and others j tnc party to thc proposition lhal ! "invention to admil were loosened as the wind a p p a r - ! "every American child, irrespec- , While's Mississippi de | same trip. ; November Vote ; . May Be Close | Chicago-Wi-A poll of i n n !]!····- ; papcrmen covering the Democratic I ronvention shows today ;hf-y ··:- , i pect nearly a dead he;it in t h e ; ; prcsidrnluil election, if it's Steven-. n vs. Eijenhowor. : Gen. Dwi^ht Eisenhower, the Decatur Citizen Killed By Auto Hit On Highway By Michigan Car A Decatur man was killed yes tc-rday three miles n o r t h of Gentr; when he was struck bv an a u t o - In a separate session of the 4- H Adult Leaders' Council, Opal Neai of Waldron was named president, to succeed his wife, Mrs. Opal Neal. Secretary is Mrs. must end thc economy-wrecking steel strike at once. Then he sent them to thc cabinet room of the White House to work out the differences that brought t.n the strike of 850,GOO steelworkers 33 dav ago. Truman's t a l k lasted 10 minutes. The meeting between Philip Murray, president of Ihe.CIO. jn(| Beniamin Fairies*, hewl of the U. S. Sleel Corporation, Went on for an hour and 40 minute*. Murray and Falrlew left the White House together and told newsmen they'd be back. F^rleis declared "We are going to discuss' the situalion wllh our owr peo- Washingion-lflVThc cost of liv- j ng, as measured by Ihe govern- ' high Balloting At Chkago Set For Tonight Sentiment To Draft Stevenson Running High At Convention Convention Hall, Chicago-Of)The Democratic convention came tn its candidate-picking time today with "draft Stevenion" sentiment running high. On this important day of the party's 3Ist nominating convention, it v/»s an odd*-on bet that the presidential nomination would be thrust upon Adlai Stevenson w h ' s he ' n u reelection as tllionin governor. But Senators Richard Russell of in mid-June. Figures made public today by the Bureau of Labor _ . , _ , Statistic, showed that on -une 13 ° eor «" * llrt E "",,,f"f uv " °' the price of food, clothing, rent, I Tenn «'« w " f »"» '» there entertainment and other dally living costs was 1M.6 per cent of the ItM-lfM period. That was 11,4 per cent higher lhan two years ago, just before the Korean fighting starled. pitching. So was Averell Harrim*n, the m u t u a l security admini- »tr«tor and Sen, Robert Kerr of i Oklahoma. I 'Actual balloting Is scheduled to- I night. The coal-of-Mvlng Index jumped five tenths of a point aver the previous record high for last January, under the pressure or higher costs for food, rent, and miscellaneous goods and services. lallon threatened his University's _ _, academic integrity." MUfllf DwV IM A distinguishing characteristic! * wtmj ivp Sflcret, Army Decided of Fulbright, he said, is a rugged Independence of character. "A -man of thin mold cannot please everyone-- Indeed it would be foreign lo his nature if he tried," Whaley continued. There are those here, for I n - slance, who would attempt to brand him as a reactionary because of his disapproval of compulsory FEPC. To these I say -look at the whole of his record for proof that this man doel not disagree with the objective* of civil right! legislation. His objections w«r« to, the means no far offered (or achieving then objective," J. n. Ticker of Drew county, vice [ pie." Murray confirmed the -,Uti presidents for the four districts | ment. a r c : northwest -- Mrs. Walter i There was no word of tnof of Schultz. Baxter c o u n t y ; north- I a quick settlement, but some : cast--Mrs. .I. D. Bui row, Jackson j optimism surrounded the Whaley Mid, rulbrlghl on ttep into the arena "and'fifht with great vigor, courage and.effect the partisan baitlen" of the party. This he did, Whaley'laid. In 1»4«, 'when the- governor nf Mj own state fought without success to sell Arkansas down the river to the Dixlecrals." Whaley said Fulbright's politi- Wajhlnglon-W)-The Army now has classified as "lop secret" in American general's dl«ry whose contents have been known to ftus sla for a year. The. move to prevent public knowledge of what the document contained, it became apparent today, is part of the secrecy thrown around the court martial of Maj. Gen. Robert W. Grow. The case exploded lait January when a Communist book appetred i East Germany containing what It said tht excerpts from the diary kept by Oror, thwi the military ,tt»he tt the U. S. Em- In Motcow. Amd Ms (tae Object Over Okie cal record is full of notabje county; southwest - Mrs. Lester j in gs The "fact" thit~raTrlW»r'd ' ' chi ' v , 1!m « nl! - He mentioned Ful- Davis, Columbia county; and Murray planned' t' M k t T l h i i r h "« hl '' «P°"»"n the House of southeast -- Buck Carter, Ashley | associates seemed to indicate that raumv - Isome kind of new formula for First place winners of method ending the strike was in the woiks. demonstration contests announ- Sitting in on .the talk w«s Dr. John n. Steelman, acling mobili- ced today arc: m a r k e t i n g ( t e a m ) the pickup was bent in. Claude Blew of Highway West IB · mobile ; 'o where · for him. reported a hail storm and ' Cleveland 'News ns"%'nnvention j State Trooper Leonard Jones of ram of clotioburst proportions Delegates prepared to clioos" the i Siloam Springs said t h a t W i l l i a m caused (he loss of from 500 to GOO ! Democratic presidential nominee i A Ra! * was killed as he walked ' into the path of a car driven by : Mrs. Madeline Woods of Birming- chickens in his brooder houses, toda which held 8,000 chicks. Thc rain [ and hail pounding on thc tin roof of the houses frightened the chickens, causing them to pile up. At the University poultry farm three range shelters were blown away and four others badly damaged and ' 150 mature chickens ,,. , . , were killed. Tree limbs and wires , T TM ""· °'" S "J: -,,.---- , were down around the farm ! l o n Counl ' Fa ' r B"Mters dinner J. Frank Prince estimated this 15P S ?'°2 S was _ neld last D'?* 1 ' at I Fair Boosters Dinner Session Is Held -- A n n e Matlock and Bob Arm; stead, north Sebastian; (individ- | tlal) -- Rex Amorettc, Howard; he crossed Highwav SO [ miscellaneous ( l o a m ) --Marilynn motorist had stopped I Shipley and Patsy Templeton, ' Washington; ( i n d i v i d u a l ) -- Dennis Burson, Jr., Washington; soil and water conservation -- Gene Washburn. Washington; poultry ( i n d i v i d u a l ) -- Clyde L o w e r , 1 Washington. I In judging and identification j contests first place winners were: tree identification --Donald Hunt, i Pike county; horticulture judging ! . ham, Mich. Mrs. Woods told Jones that she and her husband, Dr. John D. Wood, and their two children were en route to Mexico to spend a vacation. No charges were the Fuibright Resolution -- "A reasoned and eloquent call for international cooperation that marked an historic turning point in American foreign policy." He pointed to Fulbright's Invea- ligalion of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation In which ''no one could accuie Bill Fulbright lack of courage or convic- Funeral r.orning that the peach crop at I Oak Grove with a cm ing orm ««; I complete. arrangements with .ineral Home are in- sovcn or eight Irees were down j and lhal Ihe bumper crop \vns j Zirkle, Craishcad. I president of thc Fair Association, U-.,. ft | presided. The program followed I PIOlC UOHlBOC I serving of a lavish dinner by j * Stt S, Grovc H ° mc :By Quakes In West · i i A musical program consisted o f ; j ' ; s n n R S b -". lh ? ( 'f. k r ir ovc I"" 10 'i Tehachapi, Cal'if..(P,-Cnntinu- composed of Flhs Cooper, Mrs. i n g heavy aftershocks of the gr-at . Lum Phillips. Harvo Lewis and. Tehachapi e a r t h q u a k e have i n - : ; Jim Davidson, with Mrs Cooper ! jured another 2? q persons'm th"s ' . a t the piano; a solo by Mrs. E. R. devastated community. . W l u t c and a solo by Bill Krause j Thp ncw j n l t s ,,,,,,· h j l , , · o f Orlando, H.r, accompomod b y : ncarbv Arvin. now almost a s ' I Mrs. Summers Bennett of Auburn, j sadly'damaged as TchachTp" Scv-! I sral severe tremors yesterday col-! · E R mt"r' lap?ed l h c - f "' nls nf P rev ' ioils| y. ears of a New York Central freighl I reta'rv'weTGordon of^ycticvino FV 'VTM^"! "J at ^''h-rcd train were derailed earlv todav ' i o s a v a few words and nichard ' ^ 1i Monday collapsed when the westbound freight and | Grc^Med the erX in some songs ' JndCr "' e n TM' ° n s l a u K h t ' the Central's eastbouml interstate j w j t h gestures j express brushed sides near here.! Several candidates made A New York Central spokesman ; TMi * -- Carlton C. S m i t h , Crawford; j Seoul. Korea-(fl)-The Army an- planl identification -- J i m m y i flounced today Ihe U. S. Second Division is Ihe Allied oulfit fighting Chinese troops for possession if "Old Bald.y," the prized hill on wpslern front and scene of a ik-long bailie. The Second Division is one of Ihe famed outfits .of the 25-month- old Korean war. The Chinese Red radio reported 7-ation director, and the president'* number one peacemaker in scraps between unions and management. A White House spokesman reported thai Truman in talking to | Uon-nV"folTowed"the tralf wher- Falrless and Murray made a pointed pica for a strike setllemenl and used very strong language. Famed Second Division For OW Baldy Stolen Pistol City police Jlzy are holding a IS-ycar-olaJ^oy for invc.iligi- tinn into the theft of a 22 i-aiibrr pistol stolon from the display window of the Pioneer Spnrti.ig Fuses were blown out and the copper light sockets melted when lightning struck the clerlricnl wires leading into the home of Fred Hanner, a car salesman for the Whitficld Motor Company on Highway 16 west. Nobody w; Ihe house. Goods Shop several week The piitol was stolen from the window by r u t t i n g Ihe glas.s. The pistol has been recovered, polire chief Pearl Watts said this morning. ,,, I yesterday that the U. S Second Division had replaced the 4Sth Division which took the hill from Ihe Chinese last month. Chinese troops now hold the crest of the ridge with Second Division i n f a n - trymen on the southeasl slopr. ever il led regardless of whose back Ihe mink coat was found upon." Whaley noted that Fulbrltht'j candidacy was devoid of bands, buttons and banner*. He said this Is al Ihe request of Ihe senator who hai referred lo himself a* "a standing candidate -- not a running candidate." "Bul the people of Arkansas believe that Bill Fulbright should be a running candidate -- that he should be running with the enthusiastic approval of this ! con- venlion. "II is wilh great pride that I offer this convention in nomination for the presidency Uniled Slilen a leader lhc greal traditional. William Fulbright of Arkansas." Fulbrlght's chances appeared heller for the vice prtlsdenliil nomination. He hai been receiving more and. more allenlion for Freight Is Derailed ' Cm Fairport, N. Y.-m-Foiirtcon ' O f ars of a New York Central freight I train were derailed early t o d a v ' . . ,, , Parish called Murry Cites Figures On State Payroll Padding L i t t l e nock - i/I'i - Ally. Gen. | McMalh adminlslrallon. Cherry Ike Mllrry loday brought up t o ; s a ' d t h a t dale his assertions that payroll!' w h i c h Pocahn nl» Randolph County, of is thc county Recordings nf continued o , u a k e s ' i : ' I n p Arknnsn., H i g h w a y scat, has received only seven xald no one was injured. If's TheTaiT mlles of ncw highway In thc past It Is u n l a w f u l f u r any person T fl nr Ann tn shoot, h u n t , k i l l , chase, wound,' v«"uon or molest any squirrel or squirrels J To Install In the City of Fayetteville. Any person v i o l a t i n g the provisions of T. Gordon Matthews of M a n - Ihia ordinance shall he fined n o t , a n n a chef de gare of Ihe Aikar.- Morkcf -- gelling out n fa plane at Fort using his own peculiar double | Ulk, giving lip services to aome he hopes the public will swallow while he quietly tells the boys he wants something entirely ai.'fer- ent," laid Murry. Rep. Boyd Tackett called for a long-range building program for Arkansas' public institutions, and said the vocational building al Columbus, Oh!o-(flVSI» armed jel plant: thundered high into the skies over Central Ohio last night, chasing a myslerlous object they never did catch. Thousands of persons on the' ground thoughl they mlghl be watching a flying saucer, bul Ihe Air Force decided It was only a wealher research balloon. TV slalion WTVN In Columbus Interrupted the Democratic National Convention lo televise the object and the jet chase through a powerful lele.-holb lei.s. Ertreme HeiTiilh Arkmsis Again Llltle Rock-Wi-Arkansa.i continued to swelter today. Temperature! . in the high M's or low 100'» were forecast again. Yesterday's high wai 103 at Newport. The loweit maximum wai 95 at Texarkina. Other temperalurei were; Wal- .-ut Ridge, 102; Arkadelphia. Little Rock, Bateivllle. Fort Smith, Morrillon, Oiark and Pine Bluff, 1C1; Camden, Dardanelle, El Dorado and Fayetteville, 98, and Flippin, »7. MoreDeams As M Wiamer Holds Chicago-MPi-Many sections of Eait and South iwellered a.ialn today and rising temperatures were forecatl for the Central Mldweit. The WeUhcr Bureau fot immed- A day meeting wai net aside .'or the preliminaries of nominating speeches, demonstrations and the hoopla that seta the stage. Kansas delegates, who have been on the fence, plumped to Steven- j son with their 18 convention votes at a pre-ie»cion caucus. CaU- firnlani, Backing Kefauver. heard a pie* from Rep. Clinton Mc- Klnnon, their chairman, to itand firm. McKlnnon told them: "The iundwagon if rolling in .the direction of Stevenion. But if we can hold the line--if we can stop Sevenson on the second billot. th« Wt« for favorite non candidate! and others can be diverted to JU- fauver." Kansas vote* rilied tn 112 the total of known prospective tint 'ullot vote« for Stevenaon. as disclosed by an AP poll of delegate. Kefauvar hai 2M. Ruitell jfc and Harrtman 107. Ttxai decided la put ill «' ; it« SI vottt behind Kuwtll. Only 11H of them prtvloiuly hid been cwa- tn|u*tf to him, 10 the move »h-,ved th« Ruficll count it this poliit up. D*rer ttr *\tm*n The Steventon boom got t bnost when Gov. Paul A. Dever of Mm- sachuselts announced he would vote for the Illinois governor on the second ballot. He laid he hid made no recommendation to other delegates as to how they should vote.'The M Massachusetts votot were to go to Dever on the tint ballot as a favorite ton. Keuuver declared: "I'm quHr confident I'll o* nomlnittrl." He Mid he had picked up "mor* thin M" delegates In the last 34 hour?. There was still a big question mark over thc status of the relegates from Virginia, Louisiana and South Carolina who have bulked at signing any sort of idvancc' "loyalty" pledge to the nominees. Chairman Sam Raybum Hid the three states would be Invited to answer the roll-call of fttate* for nominating speeche* at th* convention. That seemed to mein the three Southern states are back ir. good standing before the convention -- at least to far an Rayburn is concerned. A Southtrrt*r for Vice President appeared likely. This would be a direct attempt to offset the reputed popularity of Gen. Dwlght D. Elsenhower, the GOP presidential nominee, below the Mason For this .id Dixon line, role, delegates I -!". ld 0 " 1 » li * hl Arkansas Deaf School "jhoui-i be The poullrj market today ai reported by the University ol Arkansas Institute of Science «rid Technology and the Dairy morning lhal foi ihe per iod from J u l y | in J u l y is this Smilh, started another 12 - hour condemned~Vi too"dangerd"iii'for year 2,027 h i g h w a y maintenance rartlo t a l k a t h o n over stalions at deaf children lo Inhabit." TVUrtt employes received S l f i R . I M . For Husscllville and Conwa.v. He plant said hr would support legulallon Ihe comparable j i c i i n d in lhc non- Iwo more talkathons and » Mem- to replace the building If IIP Is election year of 1951 the totals, phis television appearance before Only widely scattered .howers were forecast. The prolonged heat spell has b-ought numerous dealhs In Eastern states. New York City reported 40 heal exhaustion deaths s i m - July 1. There have been 12 days wllh high temperatures of over »5 de«re*i and inlo the upper 90s. Baltimore had 27 deaths attributed lo the heal, bringing tn n the he«t toll for the summer. pointing loward Senator if he would take it. If he is unavailable, Sen. John Sparkpim of Alabama and Sen. William Ful- hright of Arkansas, were handy. Map Showing Location Qf Houses Planned The engineering department, of the city of Fayetteville will pte- ,-are a map showing the location of each house in Fayetteville on its lot. where the w;ter meter is localed, and containing a good deal other vital information. City Engineer John Mahaffey announced the program today, and ' raid he was sending Bill Taylor from houte to house to obtain tftt needed information. .Taylor will be able to awlgjl correct numbers to houMf, or to give numbers where there are none, Mahaffey said. , He asked the cooperation of tlM residents In this undertaking. less t h a n $5 or more lhan $25 on j sas 40 and 8. w i l l I n s t a l l i f l i i r r s ! Poultry Market N'ews Service or, conviction. Ordinance N'o. 688 ; of thc Faye'lleville club tnnighl ,-c! i t h e U. S. Ucpnrtmem of Agrlcul- pasiFd hy Ihe Fr.yrtlcville Council June 1.1, 1028. Cily a ceremony in the Legion i s t a r l i n g at 7:30 p. m. H u l Vote July 29 ture. Northwest n d ; w e r c 1,760 nnd $1.14.41.'), he s n i d . j n e x l Tueiday's preferential prim- lie charged t h a i thc construe- ary. lion division "has not lagged f a r | Murry spoke at Ijike V,l!?gc behind cither," saving Iht! number'.VMterdiiy and charged t h a t Me. r n n r k r t i n f employes had mrrc^ed from; Math's admlnlntrallon blocVid In barely steady, demand f a i r , nip.]6i):{ lo 723 and the h a l f - m o n t h l y piy adequate under 2-i pound*,! payroll from Sfll.fhlB to »75,0«. short over this weight. Prices a t | Chancellor Francis Cherry of sncrch at P o c a - ' m f r c l y by posting an Inrtetrrity j Ihe farm reported ;ii 2 p. m. to- i Jnnrsboro, In a ;rl.iy: broilers or fryer.', all w c i g h K . ' hnnl.u, poinlod Ian night lo "oli- bond. j ( 2 ' 4 in .1 I h v i ,10 to .11 c c n l f . 1 viom discrepancies" in i h p con- "t'ndcr I mostly .10 rent*. Ihe 1)51 Icgiilalure Iwo bills which would have prevented public utilllles from raising i.ites , strurllon nf highways d u r i n g thc lnok« like h« fircumstancf *, It McMMh Is Jgaln elected governor. In Texarkana. Governor Mo- Math pointed to Arkansas' e.-on- i.mic condition, and hoisted that employment had hit an all-time hlgri during hit four-yeir ti\n In- litritlon. Jack Holt, Ihe Little Ro.-k »l- Inrney making hit Mcond raco for the n(it*'s top job, repeated In · North Little Rock speerh hl» charge that he actually *o« Ihe 1MK election. ' I T Little Rock -1P- The national steel strike began to make Itself felt in Arkansai thiit werk as construction *or!: on the University " Arkansas Medical center had to b* shut down because of a steel shortage. The W M Hitr Arkansas -- Clear tn partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and tomorrow. No UnpoiKnt tur* change. Vote July 29

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