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1C PAGES I!? TODAY K*d by ov.r 25,000 Doily VOIUMI tl, NUMIER 13 T*«F«b«e hfertffls Tfce F/rsf Ceaetr* Of T«i IOCAI FOMCAST-- r«iMtfviiif «nd vicintv t.f»ufly with iciittTrd sriowrf* ii;H m ?"r ! °£" h '""""·'""S ^^^ " i * n imi _/***"^ C * NTI Governor And Opponent Join In Debate '. /^r m , w m w w^. · _ -- _ _ r~ ~ * L * L A .m A · ,«.- State Is Termed Disaster Relief Area Drouth Broken ' ~ In East; South Bcntonville -(Special)- A t w o - i ordinance will not be revoked : ^^^ -- _ _ f* * ^^^ I Il'lLTM 1 ?. S' C _ h J el L y. eslerda y ! and «·»'. ^ enforced if Ihe water i I J |^O M Bl · ·* A · » V* ' In Recess Two-Inch Rainfall Relieves Shortage Of Wafer Af Benfonville, Plants Reopen Bcntonville -(Special)- A two- inch rain which lell yesterday mofning at the pump station near hure releived Ihis city's water shortage enough lo allow the Ar- j kansas Farm Bureau Poultry Co! op lo reopen, and the Armour Company expects to resume operations Monday. Mayor Alvin Seamsler ^nnounc- '··' yesterday afternoon that the r a i n f a l l ould permit the city and industries to resume operation "in a normal manner" for about 10 days, but he caulioneJ that if no more rain falls within 10 days the emergency will still exist. A strict water-saving emergency I ordinance passed Monday morning by Ihe City Council will be held in abeyance and will nol be enforced f u l l y for Ihe time being, Mayor Seamsler stated. But the Some County Growers Still Feel Area Can Stand Alone By FRED COGER The entire slate of Arkansas was designaled yesterday by the U. S. Department of Agriculture in Washington as a drouth disaster area--enabling farmers in t h e stale to obtain loans from the Farmers Home Administration to maintain production. Twcnly-scvcn counties in the slate previously had .jeen desie- Jialcd as disaster areas. Of lhc 43 counlies added to the list yesterday, some counties, including Washington County, had not requested the disaster assistance. North Carolina, Tennessee, and Kentucky were also added to thc list of disaster-hit stales, Ihe Ar.- .sociated Press reported, bringing the total to 10 stales. In New England, rain fell for Ihe third straight day to break tile multi-million d o l l a r drouth there. In some parts of the South rain fell in time to of t h e parched crops. Thundershowcrs have fallen in j many parts of Arkansas in the '· past 24 hours, but :he Weather Bureau in Little Rock said this morning the precipitation was nol ·Lfficient to break the droulh .el'e^ef^^e^HA^id^L 3 TM 111 B °" d ' TM-*-TM' »- *,,,,,,;,,,,;,_. ".."? ,*' sa ! d .. lh e dress on a letter stumped post- ordinance will nol be revoked and will be enforced if (he water supply becomes critically short again, he said. The ordinance prohibits use of city water for purposes other than ! the "preservation of health and j safety and essential industrial : uses." Violations could bring a fine ! of from 510 to 5100. ; Although the ordinance will nol be put inlo effect immediately because of yesterday's rain, Mayor SeamsteT urged .residents to use water sparingly as possible until an adequate supply can be assured. | Yesterday's rain measured only I 0.93 inch in the city, but at the | pump station three miles north- j erst of Benlonville--where t h e ! water supply is obtained--a rainfall of 2.0 inches was recorded. Greek Forces Open Fire On BijhopCase McMath And Cherry Meet On Talkathon Bulgarians No Return Of Truman's Part In Campaign To Be Decided At Meeting With Stevenson In Capital s s a v e a p a n !Boys Have Full l\'e f a l l n n in ! Faith In U.S. Postal Service Shots From Border Island Satellite Troops Reported Seen On Spot After Ultimatum Athens. Greece - Ifi . Greek troops opened fire this morning on B u l g a r i a n soldiers on the Greek-claimed border Hand of Gamma, in the Evros liiver. thc Greek general staff announced today. A c o m m u n i q u e said the Greek Mishap Shakes Driver Worse Helen;i. A r k . - ( A I ) . ( ' h a n c e l - the tax and told the "nternjl lor I'rancis Cherry and C.ov. rtcvcnuc D e p a r t m e n t I was t a k i n s Sid Mc.Math locked in a heal- " " ed, face-to-face debate lodav over each other's charjres hurled in their h i l t e r h a t t l e Arkansas it to court. I paid It because my opponents made a political issue out nf i! Asks About Money Will Resume Hearing August 28; Deputy Prosecutor Heard I-ittle Rock-l.'lVThe G r a n d . l u r v I investigation of a s i x - t i m e slaver's claim t h a t he bought a fln-day'fur- j lough from nn Arkansas prison ! a p p a r e n t l y w i l l nol be resumed "PL-.*, " \ / ' i- / / '· u n t i l n n r riav aM '' r lhl? c : n uvicted I Han V l C t i m i murderer is scheduled to be cxc- ] .,, « clh ci'. Sid. you entered the Ihe exchange he^an when Marine Corps. YOU came back. .McMath barged unannounced prilclic ' crl iilw 'or a few years and t a l k a t h o n ft""TM.' ' ' ' Intn Marines jurist has had reserved for him since Cherry first challenged the Kovernor l appear with him. Mc'Math h a d countered (,'hrrry's i n v i t a t i o n w i l h on enough money to the country?" M c M a l h . "I served in the Marines ,-,., :, l i e u t e n a n t colonel I had some law practice. I saved my ; money im d put it into bonds." ;' Cherry: "I know a lot of men W h i t - i-uled. The Piilaski panel recessed yes' they had not met on the slump. Thc (wo candidates immediately plunged into debate by **king earn other a n d t h e n (Jisoii have to pay back income taxes " M c M a t h . "Francis. 1 had the law practice while |. was out of service. 1 ' Cherry: "Sid, you have been i tinning for office ever since you government has 75 million dollars to throw into the fight to keep aroulh-stricken Southern farmers master Frank C. Kcllnng--"Mars- men, planet Mars, in care cf Mars f Washington - /PI - President I Truman said today everything. t l l j necessary to obtain * Democratic j f i r e -- from m a c h i n e guns and'nVo'r- ! victory will come tinder discus- i tars--was not relurned by the sion when Gov. Adlai Stevenson ' troops from Greece's S meets with him and his cabinet 'i'c northern neighbor, here next week. | The attack came after Bul. He declared lhc questions it will ' Karian, troops had been noticed on i include, among other things w i l l ' "*" l c l a "^ -i.,.-:-~ i-.-i ..:-.-. .,. _ i be w h a t part he should take in i Ihe campaign. Truman said he i n v i t e d Steven- | poslofficc." i lo thc White saw what had happened, he f a i n t ed. An a m b u l a n c e look W h i t f i e l d to * hospital. Kackley watched the troops from Greece's Soviet'sat'c'l- I rac 5' thcrl v v p n t lo the hospital for "·- ·-- ! a checkup and was released. Whil;' f i e l d slaved overnight and was re-. - ,,.. i" 0 r l c d ^ " f a i r condition" from the island d u r i n g last niaht! the j nen ' nu;i ^OCK. announcement said. Earlier lasl ! *~~ night the general s t a f f hart issued i " c o m m u n i q u e saying nn Bulpars i M i a m i . ria.-(/P)-F!oyd ,, , ,, . - , ,~ vTMi-,, v·-.-,- 'ield, M i a m i race driver, spcnl jcrday u n t i l August 28 a f l e r hear- lasl night in doctor's hospital be- .' * nR testimony from Deputv Prose- cause he ran over his mechanic, i r u l "r James Oowrll on his i n l e r I h c mechanic, Wayne K a c k l e y , ' vi TM' W l t h Tuck Bishop in a Utah also of Miami, was u n i n j u r e d . ! J a i l cell. .-TM~c. n . : At this point « man who idcnti The crowd at Met-lcy Stadium ' B 'shop is scheduled lo die Aug- IMC Inquiry l?p j fjed himself a, short Mnn was wailing for Ihe f e a t u r e race lo j '«' " for the slaying of two mine Here r.re -ome , f , h r Pxdla , r ,.,. '. stepped onto the platform Hold' n' a 'ih ? ( ! 11d .., Kat ' klcy "'" undel '- I ITM 110 " in U l a h - Hc w » s released ' Cherry: "Sid, why did vou "fail i '"· on « hand above his head the neaih W h n . i e i u s ,.,,,, m a k i n g l a s t . ' " TM 1h e A r k a n s a s stale prison · lo go inln the H i g h w a y ' AiKlM m a n askp * McMath why he had m 'w U hm,c d d JUSt TM nt5 ' J ,,.''"' ° n ." ChTM'"""' furlough. He Commission investigation anrt fire : ""TM d ."»' h«ck" and left before vvhitficld drove away. The ·«'«· ^ ' v i n K a l i f e senlence follow- ; people ynu knew hnd been d o i M , - ' l h c P c °Ple finished askini ouc- wheels passed over Kackley's legs' "is the 'laying of four men on a wrong and ought to have been" l i n n 5 "' lh1 Kr-vornor'a " r u t h and bruised h i m . When W h i t f i e l d ! Spnngdalc street in 11)4.1 | fired?" """ I forum" and speech here in Helen. i Dowcll entered the .mry's closed M c M a l h : "Vou know that In ' T "«day night, i session w i t h a tape recording veMUaimn was trumped up lor McMalh gsvr n» answer oth.r ! "crinron" 5 ."" 1h . t TM li ' 1i "^ " I r a n - 1 political reasons. N o t ' O n e , n d , ' , - lhan to «,?, "Francis 7 see you ^niT.'. 0 ","'. hJ 'l.'." tcn ;' cw . »·'";! TMTMj «·-.' returned by the Gran-| | have a lo, of supporter, ne'e"' i.iury which investigated Ihe A u d i t ! Rind QueMltn Commission's r e p o r t " Another nun from the audience asked the governor why It was In the letter, two South Bend boys aifced the men of Mars whether f l y i n g saucers" come from their planet. 'If they do," Ihe leller said. Slcvcnson had susgesled to him o m in Chicago, at thc time of the " in business. An aide said thc mo«t pressing loan needs .vill be for catlle : feed and aulurnn crop seed Eul the rush for loans is expected to occur in the spring. No Official Word Fred Detail, supervisor of the I t h cm to land in South'send. --....a, ,,.c vice The boys had even thnughl of j "/^dcntial nominee, and by Vice House since haci bpon seen on the island a f t e r expiration u l t i m a t u m of an earlier Greek demanding t h a t all Democratic National" Convcnlio'n, 1 Bulgarian troops quil^ Gamma by that such a meeting would be a i 8 *· m - yesterday. - i Marsmen." FHA in Washington County, said "day he has not yet received official notification of ihe disaster designation, but expects to receive ' Jt soon. He said he is unable to cslimate how much time would be required to process a disaster loan until the official instructions and ' for TM "e received in his office. . . . Delzcll pointed out that Ihis Ipaffor If ype of loan has nol been made bv I 1 * 808 '' IJ 'he FHA previously in Ihis county, i ·=,,..,,,.,,,, , Local Group Opposes Move ' s m n r o " r l tery fine thing. The president re! Press dispatches from corres- . -- ,,,,,.. f^'TM 'he White House luncheon I pondents in the area, written af- ·please send one down and tell i"''" he al|p nded by Sen. .7ohn J . ! lcr ihe expiration of the u l t i I Sparkman of A l a b a m a th. ,.:,,-1 malum, bul a p p a r e n t l y prior t o : .- -.^ .. urtlll i/i | _, -- -·- ^^. OHM u y vice 'he Greek a j l a c k . said those on the : foreign postage complications A i Fl ' csid enl Alben W. Barkley. ; Greek side of I h e frontier s l j note on the envelope said: " B a l - l . In a c o n fidential tone, the pres-i could ance of postage to be paid by ' ' dcnl tolrt newsmen he would have ' """" " supported Barkley for Ihe presi-1 dential nomination had Barkley | remained in the race. Barkley i pulled out of the race after a Grccks attacked a n d t h a t lust group of labor union leaders pun P 1 "' 01 ' to oncninc fire, the Greeks "-'-·--"--··· ' . w a r n e d the Bul«ars by loud- Special Session Call Considered Stronger Control Lows Sought Dr. M. E. Dodd, Baptist I W r ashington-(/P)-Prcsident Tiu: man said today he is considering calling an extra session of Congress lo ask for w i l h H. K. Bishop, the convicted ' murderer's b r o t h e r , in Seattle. I Cherry: "If there was n o t h i n g Wash. Details of his testimony and . to t h a t ' r e p o r t , will vou tell me'n"7"...k"" »"'i "*"' " other evidence presented to thc ! how (.ome the circuit iudce JudL^ I Arkansas Highway. ,,,. Grand Jury were not disclosed. | Kulk. was ,,, dlsap omted that h' FSPTl l °»'/ '" . bUild "" ' ro ' d However, the j u r y f o r e m a n , .lop called a new Grind l u r v in in y ch " ][e Adams' farm In Desha J. Schmel,er and Prosecutor Tom j vesligale Ihe matter ',, Septen -" i' n ' y? " , Dowme issued a statement follow-1 lcr;" "«.!'«.". Adams Is a member of the Aring lhc recess last night t h a t "am- McMailr "The Grand l u r v ""I 1 . 5 ".". H '* hwil ? Commission, pie time is needed lo secure all which Investigated it included ! " cM " lh: "That's not true. Th.t's additional evidence that is avail- acme of the most ouls and n. m ""' " stl * ro " d ' Th *y'« probably able. We do not want to work an b i P u U s k l County " i w n r k l n « wit h «*« "unty Ju Injustice- fin nny person by m'ak'-M Cherrv "I'm n'^i ',''",' 1 c ** rli *"^··»«*r terlmiliU Ing a premature finding."' I their Integrity but certi^ni'v'' " """ ~ · Bif , l !? p ^ i 1." nolari7 - rd ' ' a l c m e n t i of 'those m e n ' h n d done'a'loT^f lo a yah sheriff, said he was not i business w i t h the stair Why d|d- ti^Z^TM^?.^ * ?«"«."« A««M. peace sub- ' Rrcss l o a s k f o r a stronger price control . l a w . He repr.rtcd no de- La " - - M. see the Bulgarians on the island Today's A r m v a n n o u n c e m e n t said t h e Unijed N a t i o n commitlce was present when t h e ! - - - ~ -·« u..-- t '' slon has been made, bul he has - ._TM.* ,, ,, ,, - , - . -- . . . , the m a t t e r under consideration. licly called him "too old." He is 74 ' W a r n e d the Bulgnrs bv l o u d ! l r u m a n declined lo commenl on ; Truman went on lo say h e ! s P Pakc1 '. " i reporls t h a t Ellis G. A r n a i l is thought thc convention chose I h e ^ Tl| c island was the scene of a ' P r c n a n "g to q u i t as price Mabil- besl possihe men--and men w h o ' ? u ! saria " a t t a c k on a Greek p a ; ' z c r ' from the A r k a n s a s prison for $1.- TiOO at a I . i t l l e Rock hotel meeting last December. commissioner In the last JO years." Cherry: "Sid, you've been *lv- inder oath when ,hc7in-! ^ D^bln^lt"^ ^"^ L'° l^'r 7 ",. . . . . . ;«""» credit'" " *" Rhce 1$ Reeletlcd President Of Korea request state Agricultural Mobilization Committee, composed of representatives of the" various farm agencies. ·· T!" . Wasn ' n *ton County Drouth Irol .Inly 27. Three Greek soldiers i . -- r « - -- » - j K B U I C ' p r\nHrJ '·i i ' ' ~~ ' "^'"" L 1 ' W M i j r til Designation of Arkansas as en- ! r' i n ' '.·' pa a m critus of the I can be elected l u c l y disaster-struck came at the i nnrt fo ' '? Ot Shrcvc - ,,,,, , ,, ! were killed. Reportinc Ihe incident - ' M»nday of the Arkana^^J r ° n r m ". p . r c »! d c n t ."' the S "PP«^ S.vn.ln« lon to United Nations headquarters ^ ou 'hcrn B a p h s t C o n v c m i o n a n d ; On olher political subjects, t h e . Ihe U.K. B a l k a n subcommittee nriou t^rt '°^- 5J f ," rcmOSt '' e - P ', S v C : , ,.- I "ndcmned t h e Bulgarian action Hgious leaders, died last n i g h t in I '· Voiced his support of W Stu- ! -- Long Beach, Calif., hospital . art Symington for election as Mis- rou Committee, composed of farmers Irom every part of the county, In ill heath for several years. Dr. Dodd suffered two hearl attacks yesterday and died at 10 p. m. in St. Mary's Hospital. He and foted July 18 not to seek lo have I ,,· ^ j j v ' '*"' "- °"" the county declared a disaster , , hart Fono to California -- ' J u l y 15 and were planning to re- lead the area. Followins this county Mobilization Committee old not request disaster status for the county. The chairman of Ihe slate Mo- bilizafon Commitlcc, J. L. Wright lurn home about September 4. During his many years in the ministry. Dr. Dodd, who was a native of Tennessee, was prominent in activities of thc Louisiana and Southern Baptist Conven- soun senator over GOP Senator James P. Kern. While the president backer* state Attorney Gen" " Nearly 3,000 Cases Of Polio In Week Bethlehem And Sleei Workers Sign Up the hi.ghesl weekly total so far of the Produclion and Marketino a n a a n d Soulhcrn Baptist Conven- Adminlstration. l.,:t;e Rock wasi"° n s and lhc Ba l*' 51 World Alli- nol available this morning f o r , " ce a n d had bocomc onc of 'lie morning for comment, since h-j was in a mccl- . ing «t Memphis. One member of t!i= committee declcrcd (hat, tlthough he was opposed to thc stale-wide disj-,lcr 'ag, he was not present at tl.e w called ^oi, .-. hurry-i:p 30-minute Manila-t/P.-A most widely known religious lead. ers in thc United States. Philippines Gels Big I; Three Dead two-day rain- eral .1. E. "Buck" Taylor "in the primary election Tuesday, he said today he is just as fond of Svrn- ington. Truman reported he voted for uic rayor because he was in a frame this year nf -,,,, t , f h j m He sa . d! Thp piibj . c Hca]|h SM defeat did not affect his the year's total through August 2 at ii).B97 cases. That compared w i t h 10.719 in the record year 1949 and 6,838 last year up to this time. For thc "disease year," which began w i t h the week ended A p r i l 5, Ihe lolnl was 9,377 cases, compared w i t h 9,71-1 in thc f a m e period of 199 and :,,K'.n I'or the New York-f/IVThc Bethlehem htecl Company last n i g h t became t h e second major company In complete final contract terms with thc Washington-WVThe government j TI,e U annm,ncemrt' kC1 ' 5 today reported 2.290 ,, C w cases ! join t l v bv Th i M "'"" ' of i n f a n t i l e pa,,,,,, last wee.,' Z' 'of V Z " ' start. !t was a kangaroo court. '. \ was not goine down there as cov · ernor of ihe state and dignify t h a t spectacle." Cherry: · All you v ad lo .In, SH w.". lo tell Ihe li i'.l; " ' '''he rrovd wh'i li grew :r..ick:-,- 1 usan. Korea - I/Pi - A g i n g , as Ihe word sot around t h a t t h e President Syngman Rhee w a s two rivals were meeting lor the swepl back inlo office by an over- j lirsl t i m e and w l i i c h overflowed w h e l m i n g m a i n r i t y in nearly c o m - ; inlo the streets cheered and ap- plete u n o f f i c i a l returns from the . pldlldcd. Republic of Korea's lirst direct; Denies "Prfmure" election of chief executives. I c . ^ Rhee's choice for vice president ,,"?? TM" "' t h o '"·Xuincn': -- -- ' McMalh: You .say thi, j-.u-.tc j employes ,irc under own standing in Missouri. The last remark was made directly to Duke Shoop, Kansas City Star reporter, who referred to the defeat of Taylor as a "beating" for Truman. 2. Said he was glad his frequent critic. Gov. James F. Byrnes of South Carolina, had been convened. This was a reference lo c Steelworkcrs Union, and .;. M Larkin. Bethlehem's vice president m charge of i n d u s t r i a l and public relations. The agreement w i l l run u n t i l June .111, 193.), w i t h a wage reopening .10, 1953. ··""- M I I i i i i ^ n i_. y clause effective June : dor to Japan. ·Ham Tai Yung, a litllc known Presbyterian minister -- piled up a commanding lead over eight opponents in late returns from Tups- day's election. Returns from Ifil of 163 counting places g a \ e Rhee 4.96:1.391) j votes to 76?.772 for Cho Bong Am, : vice c h a i r m a n of the N a t i o n a l As: scmbly and former Communist leader; 748,94-| for I.cc Shi Y u n g , ; former v i c e president and 241.48[) for Hugh Cynn, former ambassa- McMafh 9,663 Ahead Of the fact t h a t Byrnes yesterday I urged the South Carolina Demo ' n°M C to»t*a«erno, h n d ',° l A" uTM'" ! , s1 ° rm ta " ncred °» Thursday night. | craTic convention to back »«TM- . ,? . A ' Vmes ' I c a v l n K at '»ast three dead, com- Stevenson - .snaruman t i associate director of the Univcr- ^"« ; -- ( ; '-1 · ' · · i . - - - - - .°i f i U K man ti sity Agricultural Extension Ser' vice In Little Rock, sain he had told other members of the committee he felt the disaster desis- the 1951 period. I August is usually Ihe m o n t h of highest incidence for poliomyelitis. . · · . -~ ·...·..·. ^.*i,i- *... .v»^i/ti - op.iiKman ticket In mumcations snarled and hundreds 1948. South Carolina gave its clcc of t h n n c a n ^ c nf /tnll-i-,. 1 . . . n - « u - r - t 1 . . . . . f t . . J t j l - 1 1 . 1 - Now Plonp .... 7 T . " 6 nation should not be applied to i. · county unless and until the county's farmers requests 1 it. But Vinos said he u n icistoo, 1 that "considerable pressure" had been brought on other committee member to declare thc entire slate a disaster urea -- pressure both from Arkansas counties and from Washington. D. C. · Another Meellni CMildered The Washington County Drouth - «..-..,.,,,,,..,,.,-,, u Committee, which vas o r g a n i z e d , S. Air Force bomber fell i n t o the _ by the county Planning Commit- | Rhine River at Mainz loday and tec with fcprcsontfltivos nf e v e r y ' " lfl ^'** '·"'«"« f.;^ :» u_i: j *. part of the county to take action regarding the droulh. met July 18 and voted not to seek to have this county declared a disaster area. . The counly A g r i c u l t u r a l Mobili - - u.^u.^ i into, oouin Carolina cave its elec- ! » * *. · « ·* of thousands nf dollars' worth of toral vote to a states rights ticket With 13 damage in this city of more t h a n : -- -'-· ··· - -' a million. A 12-inch drenching, heaviest in four years, turned thoroughfares into rivers, flooded homes and stores and washed out railroads and highways throughout thc Philippines' biggest island, Luzon. Air Force Plane Falls Inlo The Rhine River Frankfurt, Gormany-W-A U. u i a r a n a b o u t Har- , - , tcrine Ihe race for sen- Richard ° rlt asainst Rc - mand " R l o n i «hl on a patrol f l i g h t , headquarters of Rear Adm. _ . - . . . . , , , , , o bt nii.-, t nir- i publican Senator Ivcs. j He said he did not select c a n ; didates outside Missouri, when askert if he would like In sec Harr l m a n m a k e lhc race. Under thc .-(uestioning. Truman said he had never considered supporting Harr i m a n for t h e Democratic presi- d e n t i a l nominalinn. He sard Har- nman had asRcd him if il would ported. H. Cruzen. N a v y com- Ihe Philippines, re- Explosion Of Jel Aboard Carrier Boxer In Korean Waters Is Fatal To Eight Men Four Russian-Made Jeh Reported Shot Down j Gerry In Seoul. Korea-i/Pi-Thc U. S. F i f l h ' Math'led Cnam'cl'l'ar'Fr'anri'sVh made .ei'?'JH"j" '""""^ R , ussian ' ! "alic g u b e r n a t o r i a l n o m m a l i o " ... aoe jcis and damaged four in ' t h e prefeiential p r i m a r y last Tues- '· ' day. McMalh and Cherry arc in Ihe r u n o f f p r i m a r y A u g u s t 12. The o f f i c i a l results of the balloting were announci d yesterday by Frank Newell, secretary of thc Arkansas Democratic Executive Committee. Thc official f i g u r e s gave: M c M a t h 100,8.-)B voles. C h e r r y ] 91,19.',; Boyd Tackctt 6.1.8^7; Jack I Holt 45,233; and Ike M u r r y 27,- 1 937. I A tnt.-il of 323,039 votes were the f o u r t h straight day of jet 'bat- lies over North Korea. On the ground, grenade-tossing South Korean i n f a n t r y m e n won back a cenlral fronl hcighl called Capitol H i l l three hours a f l e r they had lost it at dawn. A U. S. Eighth ''rmy briefing officer said it was Ihe sixth time in two days t h a t lhc steep h i l l had changd hands. - zation Committee did not request CONTINUED ON PACE THIUr Washington - i,Ti - An explosion of a jet plane aboard the U S. currier Boxer in Korean waters k i l l e d eight men and inju Tuesday n i g h t . No enemy action was involved. Thc o f f i c e r Mid he did not know ' h o w m a n y men were injured He last. pressure lo . M'puoiL m e . That's n o l i » u t . H u t ! Sen. Jnh:. f.,cClc!lan is nuiiom 'ing j ; r cu and I'm Mire you kno/.- thai j he's putti" t ' jircssuic on f e d c i ; t l f cmpio.ves" j '. h i - l l y : "1 rlnn'l know h , , , i t . t h a i , '.jut we . i - \ c hundreds of In- ; :PIS from s t a l e employes S I . M I . ^ J l r o y ' \ e bc'.-i. j.ut under p r . ' i s - r - ' by you." M c M a t h : "I ha\rr.'t put ;r.-'on:: under pressure. I hope IN", a r c . loyal enough to support nv*." j Cherry: "Maybe M,U didiVt put the pressure rn them , cr»,nally bul someone tltd." Audlencr Heard From At this point someone in the audience Misgcslcd lhat Ihey be permitted to ask qucst.ons. Cncrry Said "Mc.Math d i d n ' t asree to answer public questions. He's my : guest here ami 1 don't want to cmbarass him if he's not wiil.ng." M c M a t h : "I svant to a.iswer the questions you ask me and you to answer mine." M c M a t h then agreed to answer questions propounded by the audience in the showroom, l!"! said he would not answer questions telephoned into Ihe t a l k a t h o n "because they would be screened" by Cherry's men. A n u n i d e n t i f i e d m n n in t h e audioacc asked. " O n n n . i M i .Vath do you believe in thc fed- Poultry Market -- others were taken from the wreckage "seriously burned." The Air Force said the plane was a twin-engine B-2H bomber. Vote Aug. 12 Ref,"cd 7om , '" t h i 5 ' ' k i l l " ! 'igh. men and ,n| ,,ert ,,,' how m a n ' V """ w «" injured He J^hnology and Ih. Dairy and ^^^l^ rr ^ g B ^g; """-· °^ 3iS^!oS^?-^ :; r; ; T ffr^L A ^r ,.rs TL- U/-.-»L.- P '°^"!r' Hclit '°P lcl 'S and lifcboals to explode was not known P (i1("| C ([ood i «unplie: of broilers or f r y I nt WIOTntr PICked up 6.1 crewmen driven ov- cials said, bul .pparenlly »' n ,"." c "' ovcr 2 ' % p n u n d s ' con in " cd Arkansas-Partly cloudy t h K A nav.l offk-ei^Td ,h, ,-nnn , cumll !' 111nn "' «» s «« hu.lt up af. v "» ** nrl in «» " olntl ; »*"" afternoon, tonight ,nd F r i d a v : ' I n n earner ^h nVmJll»'« r " '"" llB1dl "«r ""«·"··. bla.t. Thr H»« adequate. T r n d m r ll.ht to widely scattered d a y t i m e t h u n d - r - ries a ciew of "Son n f f l e H i e w " s nn Iht ' modrrH " 1 a n d l' nc " » l l h r f " r m ' c i a l income t a x " If so, «h.v t h e y h a \ e lo force you tu jijy you--.'.?" M c M a l h : "Sure. I bc!ic\r in thc income t a x . I've a i w j v n paid m y income t a x . I h a \ e a controversy thc f e d p i a l g o v e r n m e n t Arkansas--Partly afternoon, tonight und Friday; ·' Ion i'-i, widelv scattered d a y t i m e lhund"'r- nes ·howcrs mosily In south p o r t i o n ; . men. ,,,,,n.- nol much change in temperatures .'if) miles off h n o r m a l l y car ,»oo o f f i c e TM antf l V 1 *"' Korea cials said, but a p p a r e n t l y n'n «c- cumulalion of gas«« built up a f ter a lindlnjr caused the blast. Thc plane at the time was nn t h e h n n g r r drrk The f i r e w h i c h followed w«s oV 1 scribed as "hod." The poultr market today n reported by the University of Arkansas I n s t i t u t e of Science «nd! w i t h Technology and Iht Dairy a n d . le^imate points' of"coiii'o'vcrs"» I Poultry Market News Service of] deducted a loss I look o n " thc .vile of my f,um at Hot Springs. I also deducted expenses I h.)d paid out of my ov. n pocket travel- Ing a r o u n d Ihe Uniied Slates tell. Ing Ihe peoplt about Arkansas. This matter is In litigation. I paid good; suppl ers, over 2-% pounds, continued very short in all points; lighter sl7is adequate. T r a d i n g lljht to moderate and prices at the f a r m , reported up to 2 . broilers or fryers, all u eights tl'/, to ,1 I b s ) ,10 cents. signed as commission chairman. "I propose repeal of the utility . rate law which enables a ulllity to raise its rales by filing a petition and a bond. How do you stand on this, Francis?" Cherry: "Sid. I've made my stand on that known many, many times. I feel just like you do. The only difference is that I can fet it done and you haven't been able to do it In the past three and * half years." McMath: "It's easy for you to say t h a t , never having b e e a governor." Special Inlereita DI»eiiMe4 Cherry: "You pulled that special interest stuff out of the bj£ You knoiv it's not true." M r M a t h : "The Arkansas Power and Light Company u supporting you." Cherry: "Of course they are. They've only got a choice between you and me. You know they didn't supporl me in the first primary, don't you?" M c M a t h : "They are doing it as individuals. The law prohibits them from doing it as a company. Are you paying for the.se broadcasts w i t h small contribution* f r o m the people?' 1 Cherry: "Well, not ail of It. I V'here are you gelling your money? Are you gettinf it from Washington?" i M c M a l h : "N'o. I didn't £et it \ from Washington." lawyers Grl Apolorj A man who identified himself a. /\. .vi. Coats, a Helen,* atlorney, I stepped up and said he had notic- j ed that M c M a t h had "been call! ing all the lawyers in East ; rkan- sas "shysters" and added: ( "I might say t h a t u great n u m - 1 bcr u! East Arkansas lawyers who supported you in the last election now greatly lament It." Mc.MaSh "I called all the law. | yers who are making i practice j of gelling q u i c k i e divorces in vm- I lation of the law, shysters. I apol- 1 igize lo those who thought 1 meant ail the lawyers In Eist .».'- kanss.v I have some good friends over here." Cherry: "You HAD MIB« friend* over here You've beta saying t h a t the chancellors art repsonsr- hle lor fraud in divorce eases. All the chancellors 1 know huve la rely entirely on Ihe Integrity of the lawyers in uncontested uivorw cases. If they didn't wt wuuM havt to have 10 chancellor! In ON PAOB THMS Vote Aug. 12

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