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S TAGES TODAY teed by ov«r 25,000 Doily Held vioilUtr pwtfr IOCAI ravRl!«vllIr inn'fht Tomorrow partly c'oudv *i^ ronnnufrt wjirm. Hirh i#m*mtu» vnrerrt." M; I«-f M -T7n tod*? K. ·iinrU* S.M: »uwt IB. The fub/ie Infer*!f It Tfce First Concern Of Tfcii Newipoper VO[s'Mi 91, NUMIE* I Wir« FAyETTEVIUI. ARKANSAS, FIIOAY, AUGUST 1, 19S2 AP, mn* NIA FM*WW wvi cwn Farouk And Family In Italy King Farouk of Egypt, left, turns to help his wife, Narriman, from an auto as the couple arrived at a hotel on the Isle of Capri. Forced to abdicate by m i l i t a r y coup in Egypt, King Farouk received asylum from Italy. « Tackett Is Out For Cherry- Opposition To Harris Rumored In Little Rock Cherry In Magnolia, Says Campaign Offers Rejected ; Vote Canvass | In County Is Scheduled Report Received From Dutch Mills j Shows Bush Favorite i ! The liirt Washington County prr-einct report in Tuesday'.-; Democratic p r e f e r e n t i a l primary -D u l r h M i l l s -- h a s been received by election o f f i c i a l s , who will can- I vasfi the entire county vote this [ afternoon. I D u t c h M i l l s RHVP M c M a t h 24 ! votes for governor to eisht fnr Chancellor Francis Cherry. .lack Holt received six votes, Boyd Tackctt three, and Ike M u r r y none. In the race for countv judge, the township supported William Bush | with 40 voter. Neither Roy Scott , nor Richard Grecr, the other candidates, received a vote. Fur land commissioner, Claude R a n k i n received 16 voles, Ira J. Golden five, and C, C. Smith | five. For attorney general, Clib j Barton received 14 votes. Bernard j Reed five, W. I. Purifoy thrp?, and , T. .1. Gentry six. For national rommitteeman: ! Rabic Rhodes 19, Paul Chambers | nine. Noble Gill one, and Dan ! Cowling. Jr., none. Results of the vote canvass will be announced tomorrow. Witnesses Appear Before Jury In Tuck Bishop Case Marines Use System Of Human Decoys Congressman Says He Should Hove Sought Reelection Little Rock - Iff) - rtcp. Boyd Tackctt last night climbed aboard t*-o bandwagon of Judge Francis Cherry, forming a united front against Gov. Sid McMath. The Nashville congressman, who finished third in the five-man gubernatorial field in Tuesday's Democratic preferential primary, joined losers Jack Holt and Atty. Gen. Ike Murry in supporting the Jonttboro jurist. Tackctt said he would not attempt to "dictate" tn his admittedly extensive following in Southwest Arkansas, but earlier in the riay he had stated he was the only dcieaied candidate "who can carry any vote." "On a n u m b e r of occasions, 1 publicly stated that if I did not make the run-off, I would vote for any one of my opponents against the present administration, including -Tudxc Cherry." said Tackett. "That I will do." Tackett stated today that he will not run as an independent candidate against Representative Orcn Harris in the November general election. "I'm a Democrat." Tarkclt said. ''I will support the Democratic nominee and T have no idea of running against anyone in the general election." He added that "I'm not mad at anyone." Tarketf denied t h a t hp a n d f Harris had made a deal whereby Harris would sunport Tackctt's gubernatorial candidacy in return lor Tackelt staying out of a contest between the two congressmen to represent the new district. "There d e f i n i t e l y was no deal." Tackett .said. "I got out of Oren's way. I did everything in my power to keen him from having opposition. Sid McMath thought he (Harris) was supporting me. I did, loo. Take a look at the returns. His district beat me. The people supporting me had every reason to expect T'd get his support too." "I realize now that I should have made that congressional race in the f i r s t place." j Magnolia, Ark.-^-Chancellor [ ^-* T {Francis Cherry, runoff candidate \\jOVQYuOT ill j for governor, said here today that I | within the last few days he had ! tuned down "more money than I . j knew existed." Cherry who ran j « ! fewer than 9,000 voles behind f f)T j Governor McMath for the Demoi cratic gubernatorial nomination I in Tuesday's Democratic prcfer- ! ential primary, made the state-; Emergency Meeting On Drouth Is Called Washington - i.Fi - A g r i c u l t u r e ! o f f i c i a l s of nine slates were called lo an emergency meeting tomorrow in Nashville, Tcnn., lo dis- . cuss ways tn relieve lhc effects of », *,H ttlc , * n , r -k-^-Gnvcrnr»r M c - | a rtrouth w h i c h already has dcs- Math took off todny on his first | t r o y c d crops worth mimons of ment as he resumed his thon campaign here. The money Cherry said he jecleri was intended as campaign . . , rovc c | trip out into the state h u n t i n g ! , ;, additional votes for the August I?J a o l l o r s Democratic runoff primary. Thei ^-rotary of Asncrullure Bran- governor flew to Batesvillc thi:;! nan c a' lcd 'he mcetin B and as- morning for a brief appearance at ] signed Assistant Secretary Knox the White River Water C a r n i v a l . i T . Hutchinson to preside. After waving his battered cam-| Brnnnan said the states to be paign hat in a parade and attend- 1 represented include Tennessee, inR a luncheon at Batesville, the! Arkansas. Missouri, Kentucky, governor was to fly back to Little Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, j Marine Pfc. Henry Friday ( l e f t ) of Nekoosa, "Wis., walks down a trench nt ft forward observation post of I the First Marine Division nn the Korean western front w h i l e T-Sgt. John W. Boitnolt, n Leatherneck I from Kentucky, picpares to fire nt an enemy sniper. This was Friday's last run as decoy in allow Boit- i nott to pick up enemy snipers. Their company commander, hearing of t h e system, pul a strip to it shortly n U c r t h i s picture was made. Voting Probe In Madison Coming, Says Prosecutor contributions. He reiterated t h a t he would accept no contribution I of more than $500. ! He said he told his campaign ____ _ workers to i n f o r m all would-be j Rock early this afternoon and t'lv contributors that donations would move into West Arkansas lerri- be accepted only if no strings j tory. were attached a n d - t h a t he r e s e r v - j McMath will be ed the ritfil personally to reject tonight for a 30-minute address r . n; North Carolina, and South. Csro- I lina. ' any contribution. Cherry made the comment on campaign contributions in reply to a question from a radio listener | on tiie first of his new series of ; talkathon!), hours -- long question j and answer periods, ""nday's | | broadcast originated in the air- i conditioned Cameo Theater, j Cherry sat on t h ^ theater stage Hanked by radio announcers. Women volunteers answered a battery of telephones over which questions were transmited from ! question. Cherry on a statewide radio network. He; at Paris for n speech at Nashville.- The Paris rally is to start at 8 p.m., and the governor's speech there will bo broadcast only by a group of West Arkansas .stations --Fort Smith, Texarkana, Fayctle- villc. Hope, Springdale, Siloain i Springs, Harrison and Russellville. During the day tomorrow. Me- I Three Communist Jets Reported Shot Down, Bentonville Causes Inquiry Still Seeks More Water Bentonville-(Special)-Workmen j continued to blast and bulldoze: in the narrow valley some 2(10! Seoul. Korea-(VPi-Thr U.S. F i f t h A i r Forct said U.N. pilots shot down three Communist .icts and damaged two over North Korea today as clearing weather brought renewed intensity to the war. The U.S. Eighth A r m v said Math will visit Ml. Ida, AVnldron| b a y o n e t - w i c l d i n fi A l l i e d in^ntr."- and Mena, m a k i n g a brief talk a t ' n ' c n recaptured the crept of Old each stop. , Bnldy hill in a bloody eight-hour No campaign plan? have been, f i g h t on the western f r o n t . dav Colonel's Wife Convicted said he would not promise roads; his Little Rock headquarters Sun-! i t i n e r a r y . in exchange for votes. ; i., "I have said repeatedly (hat I [ favor taking the Highway Com- 'mission out of politics," he said, j "I can't at the same time f a v o r ! removal of the commission from j ! politics and tc!I you t h a t I can I i see that a road is b u i l t at a cer- j i tain place. The two statements \ ; are dircyly opposed. j j "Governor McMath also tells you j i that he favors t a k i n g the Highway i Commission out of politics, but ' I really mean it." Cherry said he believed t h a t a person who voted for a candidate merely in return for a promise of a highways was selling his \ote "just the same as if he had paid for it with a five-dollar bill.' ''I am not buying votes," he said. work out nrxt week's WSB Chairman Says He Extension Service Adds | wi " Makc Board Work Dairying Specialists L i t t l e P.ock-OPl-Two new dairying specialists have been added to the staff of the A g i i c u l t u r a l Kxtension Ser\'icc, C. A. Vines, associate director, announced today. Glen. Richard Pursley has been named extension d a i r y m a n at the University, Fayelleville, and Howard McCartney has been a p p o i n t ed extension dairy m a r k e t i n g specialist In I.itlle flock. Poultry Market -- The poultr market today al reported by the University of Arkansas, Institute of Science «ad T«chnoloRy and th« Dairy and Poultry M a r k e t News Service nf the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Nwthweil A r k a n s a s ares: M a r - ket o;nol.v sleady; demand f a i r ; t r a r t i n c lishl to moderate; supplies of light sizes adequate, but he-ivy si/i.s : hort al all points. Pric .1 f. '· h !;irm reported In 2 p. m. -- hrollert and fryers, all weichts. I IllS! M-.10. Prosecutor Ted P. Coxsey of \ Berryvillc told the TIMES today j t h a t he w i l l launch an investiga- ! lion Monday into a series of re- j ported- election irregularities in , Madison County. The prosecutor. said he had received complaints concerning voting by large n u m - bers of residents' who allegedly did not hold poll t a x receipts, and of "other irregularities." In Tuesday's preferential primary Governor McMath received 1,812 votes in his bid for rcnom-; ination. Two of t h e county's 2 l | y n r d 5 u p t h e crcek f r o m t h p i ;s. v ^^r"«\^* ·'·«·"'-«"" ·"«-·"! ! McMath's four opponents was 192. | n:llcs northeast nf h e r o in e f f o r t s , .lark Holt received 8S. Boyrt Tack- i ln onptlirc an cmorgcm-y source : ' cH 71, Francis Cherry 17. and Ike i nf \vatcr to supplement the o l d ; . Murry riqht. in u n o f f i c i a l reports. ! sl . pp | y | lc| .,, t h a l ),,, » pc | P1 .,i d n .,t» I I Madison County u , M r M a t h \ w j ( h (h( , d r o N l h | stronghold. j At l l u n t s v i l l r t n d a y , S h e r i f f , | Berry Denney said t h a t his o f f i c e j j has received "quite a few" coin- ! plaints .rQRardiim alleRcri irrepu- I laritiCK in Tuesday's primary, Mr ' said that most of the cnmnlaints ' (niiight'""scarn5tcr' ! bi'i'^tfwt the ! dealt with reported voting by | a i m ,,,' |he d j R ; JS , Q u n c n v c r j county residents who had not paid j a n . n d d i l i o n a l .,,,,, ,,, 3nn t h n u s a n d a poll tax. He estimated I h n t ap- | ,,,,,,,,,,,. of . va , c| . a rf |n lj(|( , , h( , proximatcly 3.V) such cases have ; c .j, } , m r r ,, nli , a neu , murce can been reported " | )n ,ij s r nvered and developed. M "- v " r A ! v l n Kf»nistcr. w h o . ^ c n t nlnc| h n u r s a t , lhe Mlc .« 5 -j te '""v » ntl w "."" '^ )»'' w "TM | TM°''\ '" f!an t h l s ;""·"'"*. ·«"; l h a lho *'»TM* "' lhc « " t ' n « I who vnt*fi w i t h o u t a poll tax." t h e "heriff saiH, "and po^ihly on 1hr "We plan to file nn ^ rvcryone j Rnth the Cooperative and Ar" " " " " " " ' n i u i i r povitry processing p l a n t s \vill r e m a i n closed iodav and to- , ...... t l ] l t , ....... OI;U l t l l l i l _ t n ,, u lu . i iudjes who allowed these people I nvirrow. However, the big K r a f t " cheese factory is still operating. The mayor said the two poultry to vote." He said he has received ' reports t h a t in some rases precinct | .iud-ccs refused to allow ropresen- j i)!^r.ts a«reod to close v o l u n t a r i l y I lativcs of the v a r i o u s c a n d i d a t e s | lo uive the water supply a chance brought' slayer released from the state pris- lest Christ- Prison Head Among Those To Be Heard Statement Made By Condemned Man It Subject Of Probe Little Rock-f/Pi-A special Pulaski County Gtand Jury wa* em- paneled 1'ere today to investigate a condemned slayer'* chars? that he paid SI.500 for a 90-day fur- lounh from the Arkansas jfjiiii- tentUry. A f t e r beinJI sworn in bv Circuit .Iiid^c Guy Amrler. the j u r y went behind closed doon to hear wit- i esses in the Tuck Bishop cate. They include state Sen. Clyde E. Byrd of El Dorado: Prison Sup'.. L,ee Henslee and Assistant Atty. On, William T. Moorhcad. Attorney -leff Duly of Fayeltevlii^ was anions th=!:s luhpoenaed by Pulaski Prosecutor Tom Downie yesterday. Downie requested the Grand Jury to investigate a statement by Bishop that he paid the money for extension of a Christmas fur- loueh. Bishop didn't return tn the Arkansas prison nt the end nf his ' I0-ria v Christmas furlough last ; year. He has since b«n convicted \ in Utah for the slaylnc of two Onhlr, Ut»h. miners. He is presently a w a l t l n x death by a Urine nquad on August 27. Bishop was in the Arkansas prison on a life sentence after four persons were slain in Springdale. Ark.. In 1943. H« w»» re- Icassd from the state prison farm without reeommcndation from officials In the Northwwt Ark»n«i district where the four meii were slain, and the first nfflcen in the Sprlnxdale-Fayettevitle arc* knew of his release from prhon were reports In the newspaper* that h« had failed to report back to prison at the end of the Christmas furlough. He claimed In a statement that he oaid 11,500 when he was told that he would receive a M-4ay furtou«h in sedition to tht 10- day furlough originally granted, v.ith .automatic extension nf hii freedom'as long as he "kept eut of trouble." The statement was given to i Sheriff Fay Gillette of Toole County, Utah, and was obtained from the sheriff bv a staff member of the Salt Lake City Tribune, who had been working on the story for some time. Court Holds Dtsclwie Of Teachers Le«il Little Rock - t/P · ChaBctilor Guy E. Williams ruled yeitertiy that the Little Rock School Board can discharge or refuse to renew I teachers' contracti upon 30-days 1 notification. Judge Williims made j the rulinf after hearing a suit tiled by Hugh Donaho, 27, former mathematics teacher at a Little Rock Junior Hlth School. Donaho said he might appea! the decision. Donaho, who sought a mandatory injunction forcing the board mas and who later was convicted of k i l l i n g two men in Utah, i to be present at the polls to observe the voting. Denney - c aid t h a t it has been reported to him t h a t no li?l of voters for War Eajrle township ran i be found -- either al the votinc · nlacn or in the ballot bov. He said catch up. The mayor said this e?c,-ivated by the Tune Cnnlruc- lion Company of Fayctleville. He said the water was r u n n i n g in '·· ! the list was not in the box when and that workmen had to bail it tn renew his contract, said his contract was not renewed because Grand Jury investiga-! "' his union activity. The School in I'ulaski County by i Board claimed that ill contract that he received a 00-I *"h the teachers sp*eilie« thai h by payment of S 1 - ! either the teacher.or th« board may terminate the contract on 30 Says notice s.ld without any reasons. ! Washington - IX' - Archibald ! Cox, 40, c h a i r m a n nf the new ! Wajtc Stabilization Board, said I "we will make this board work' I despite the fact Congress has ! stripped it of all power to settle i labor disputes. | Presented by Roger I.. Putnam. economic stabilizer. Cox said he was "very pleased and a little ·overwhelmed" by the confidence | shown m him by President Tru- I man. He c o n g r a t u l a t e d "rcanized : labor for reappointinjr to the new ; board all its MX representatives on the old hoard. Tennessee Telephone Workers Back On Job Chattanoopa, T c n n . - tyP) | Southern Bell workers here returned In t h e i r jobs today after a hot weather M n k e of approximately 7.10 employes. The work i stoppage hcjran Tuesday when 100 [operators walked off the job. They! Mrs. X.atherine Reed, 44. of Ml. Clemens, Mich., tries to hide btnlnd said the company's main exchange her husband. U. S. Air Force Crtjl. A l l e n W. Reed of Falrfield, Iowa Was too hot to work In. j d u r i n p recess of her t r i a l at the courthouse in Wei.sbaden. Germany] Yesterday Ihe w n l k o u l Af vclnp-, She ".as convicled nn charges of selling coffee a n d gasoline coupons rd into a f u l l scale strike, which j r n r t m a k i n g i l l e g a l c u r r e n c y exrhariRes on the CJermim bl.ick market ! ended last n l j h t . ' Mid wan fined J.1,982. it war. brought to Ihe courthouse a f t e r the election Tuesday ni^ht. Truck Driver Found, Sheriffs Office Says '· The Sheriff.', nffv.'c - o p o i t n ] to- i day that Evernlt McuJow?.. -')2, of | near Sonnra hss been i d e n t i f i e d ! gallons as the* driver of the j i i c V u p t r u c k found wreckerl at \hc. bottom nf a 10-foot d i t c h , iwo and o n e - h a l f miles northeast of Habbcrton Wednesday n i g h t . Meadows was located at his home last nisht bv officers who be^an to search for the riirver when bloodstains were found rm the pickup and on the ground near the scene. Meadows was treated by a doctor for c u t s a b o u t the face, but was not hnspilah/.ed. out in nrder to conlinuue digging. City Enginrcr L. M. McGoodwin of Faycttcville IF in the process of m a k i n g a complete s u r v e y of ril! \^ter sources in the srea and w i l l make a report and rccom- r.irnriations to the Council. Water consumption in Benton- v i l l e normally runs 2.~.000,000 K.'I lions a month or better. The Kr.ift factory wlone uses 10,000,000 nrmth, the mayor said. Eva Peron May Be On Permanent Public View More Drouth Disister Areas Designated Arhfson Trt H n n n l u l u Washington - (/l'i - Secretary of Slate Acheron and a group of lop advisers leave today for Hono- l u l u , v,hcio the fir.-it meet ing f»f the council of the new ;illiancc- runonjf the L'nited St.itrs. A u s t r a - lia and N'ev; Z c n l a n f l opens next Monday. i Harrison Girl Chosen i Miss North Arkansas R a l e s v i l l e , A r k , - i/Pi - Miss R u t h i e Wassnn rf Mkrri.vm, A i k . , | was chosen Mis.'. North A r k a n s a s ' IH^I ni(fht. w i n n i n g the f i r s t of two b e a u t y rf. urs at I h e a n n u a l Water C a r n h a l here. Mifs Wesson. 18, « hijth ftchool senior, rk 1 - feated 2ft other eiindldales for the A-Powered Warships Newest U.S. Project Buenos At res-MVP i c s I H e n t Juan D. Pcron's office inriicatH' Wa^hinoinn . \ . Thr Arriciil- ' ^nirr^-'ss.r^ttS'ii: r ?rr^'$Fs ran he placed on permanent pub-, |he «Ut« of Soinh Carolina «nd lie view. r Main* «nd »even additional AT- The announcement said pc-i m a - l Itansaa counties as disaster areas ncnt burial of Mrs. Peron m i i j h i i as a result of the severe drouth, be delayed for more t h a n a yea: Two other Arkansas counties, and t h a t the body then would be previously designated «f disaster · placed in a monument in the heart] areas because of a tornado, also nf Buenos Aires. The p h r a s i n s j w f r c ,(.donated as drouth artas. indicated her remains would be: Tn , d c p artmcnt said Maine is P ieriM "i'J'iKc'i'' 5 -"'' 0 'the'Val"^ cnlrrin * its s i x l h WCclt witnou ' mcnt'sairt, ·'fo7Th'e work C o| ! 'eon"! ""'· »»niagc lo oats, beam, cu- : seivation which will cive It ( h e r ' cunlocr5 ' oluehernes, corn and iwidyi absolute c n r p n i e a l perma- 1 potatoes is eitimated tn run Into nence. t h i r f u l f i l l i n t ; the expt^ss the m i l l i o n s of dollars and many · wi .h of the i l l u ; t n n u . s departed home gardens are seriously a f - , o n e " j fccted. The disaster designation . ' makes f a r m e r s in the area eligible' for credit loans fiom the Farmer Home Admi'iistrati.in in ord.tr to stay m produetion. W a s h i n g t o n - ItTi - The United '· make lOn.Ollfl m i l e cruises at tf P I AlunilnMul T« '··* Mew Slates. i e p o r l i n ; progiru , m . speed - and w i t h o u t n-(uelin(!. Wnjhin«ton-(^..A price increase · ml ,. S . l ^ h , f ;' l '. m !' l "Jl, ro .! " 0 . rt . 0 ". t , h ,^'nr the aluminum Industry avtr- new Surh evtimates ; fact t h a t a pound of u r a n i u m nr iti litani,- t w i n , plu- ·.,,.. ounl rPquM t e d-wa» riiiOrt-H p i o j o i t : development of R i a n t ' tonium, could generate as much ,,, ihe n-.ill today. One prie« offt- f power as 1.500 tons of coal or ,. ul ?aid H wou i d b, announctd atomic-pov/eied s u h m a i i n e s mni . . j . , . i i fact t h a t a pound of f i s s i o n a b l e . . , , _ , u hnut h»lf ih« ain.T.ift, today launched « new :..- :. ,, _^, sRins S ., per cent--noout natr IBt a t o m i c - i i o w e i e d warships. The Atomic Energy CoinmisMon ' 200.000 K.illonn of fuel oil. announced it hart askeri the West-1 The AF-C's unnouneement camr i n c x t Monday. inshouie Klectrlc Company tn de- only a few hours a f t e r release o( yjj^ velop an atomic engine capable o f ! itn 12th n e m l - a n n u a l report te. Arkanu.i -- Cl«»f t« partly tilk-. A l.iiie-pyeri blonde. «he i s ; prnpellmi; "larre vessel* nurh « J ' Conrre.M In which the rommlMlon ., _ ,,,,,, ,, ,, j the daiiRhtpr nf Mr. and Mrs. K. K. | a i n i a f t i-aniers." ] rp|vn-|«l proiirss on the develop- cloudy thin afternoon, tonight ! W,i.vtn of Harrison. I This in i vert speculation t h a t m r n t of nuclear-powered a i r c r a f t j tomorrow with widely seatt*T»!(. Queen W h i l e R i v e r w i l l be »lom-poweied hsttlcwaeons «nd and on two different type* o( j tliunrt«rlM)wtrm : chosen Innlsht. i commcreial liners rould e a s i l y . atnmle enjlnr* fnr submarlnrn. ' In temptratur*.

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