Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 19, 1952 · Page 1
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4 A PAGES TQDAY ttod by or.r 25,000 Dairy lOCAt FOtfCAST-- rn.vr!trvl!lr init vlc:nlfyt fllr »n ·ontinued hot tonifht »nl tomorrow. Jntervif Is The Pint Conctm Of Tfcfs VOJ.UME 91, NUMtER 23 Auedotad Pr*u Wi» FAVITTIVIIU. ARKANSAS, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19, 1951 AP, King and NIA feature* ma nvt cr),n Floods In England Cause Havoc Convention Selects Candidates To Make Race For City Aldermen Nominations Are Eisenhower To Make Talk At Plowing Contest Stevenson Declines Invitation After Mixup In Times (By The Associate*) 1"re«) Kenublican Presidential Candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower today won a battle of invitations over his Democratic opponent Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson of Illinois. Both were invited to address '''O Nalinnal Plowing Contest at Kasson, Minn., and both said they would accept and speak on September 6. For a while it snpeared Kasson might provide one of the most dramatic of all earlT-campaign events, a possible faee-to-facc To Call Jury Water from a swollen tributary, the aftermath of disastrous Hash Hoods, pours down a hillside into Lynmouth, hardest hit of the resort towns along England's southwest coast. Furniture and batlered c?rs. deposited there by thc floods that made Ihe lown's main street a lorrential watercourse, lie near one of i meeting of the" maior"eandidaies the resort's hotels. Authorities sayjhe dealh toll may reach 90. j as tacj . bs[1]cd , or t h e tlrm vo(G Flood Toll In England May Reach 90 Dead Lynmoulh, England - (ff Police warned loday lhat the loll from Saturday's flood on England's Southwest Coast may go as high as 90 dead. The latest official ca;:- ualty figures for thc flash torrent stood at 13 known dead, with 28 missing anu presumed dead. Seven of the bodies so far recovered have been identified. But unofficially police said they Etill had no word on at least 50 more holidayers who were believed to have been in the resort nrea on Friday night when sud- j den downpours sent the Lyn riv- j cr raging over the resort. Assistant Cashier At Dierks Arraigned On False Entry Charges; $72,990 Missing But officials of the contest nil- ! ed early today thai both could not j sneak on tbn same da.T. They de- I cidcd that Eisenhower, who had accenled their invitation first, i should speak September 0. j Stevenson, however, was sivcn ' a chance to soeak first. Officials · said thcv invited him to change I his speaking date to September S. Dlerks, Ark. - OT - Attractive ] In a pro-dawn statement, Steven- Mrs. Opal Simmington, 49, as- i son's offic" said he was turning sistant cashier of. the Bank of | down the .September S i n v i t a t i o n Dierks. loriay awaited the results ; because of orinr commitments, of an investigation of the bank': CummingsTo Ask Probe Of Madison Voting Grand Jury Will Be Called About First Of September A Grand Jury will he summoned into session in Madison County next m o n t h to investigate icpoiU Some Changes In Names Of Streets Made Ord nonce Adopted By Council; Other Action At Session Candidate 'i | Robert Hurrle, chairman of tho I "' irregularities in voting in t h e j Sl ". c ^ \ ,. | platform program committee of ! preferential Democratic primary qi,._» f :,, u .! . , u _ _1 : i-i- , _ . . , .. ' r..l,, nn r:-~..:, T...I K« _....:.. I * 3LI *- t -^ l r l * * ' Collision On 71 Takes Life Of Missouri Woman Four Other Persons IrijureHTn CrosrT Near Rogers Hogcrs - (Special) - A Kansas i The 'FDIcfex'a miners^ FBlTgents,' ! antl nearl of t h c P art y' s women's | Court jets under way at Hunls- j Yesterday Mrs. Simmington was i 'he plowing match, explained the arraigned befor? U. S. Commis- organization did "not want a po- sioncr Elmer Tackett at Hot ! litical rally. No one could get any i Springs, Ark., on a federal charge ! "lowing done." ' of making false entries. Nearly I Women's Vote Courted i $73.000 of the bank funds arc 1 missing. She was released on S7,- ; f Republican women leaders con- today with Eisenhower to draft Jufy 28. Circuit Judge Maupin Cummings said this morning. Back Judge Cummings conferred with Prosecutor Ted P. Coxsey in Bo.r- ryville yesterday. Thc prosecuting attorney made a preliminary in- bond after waiving prclimiii- j plans for a drive to woo thc wo- ; vestigation of the reports shortly :-- t :-- . ! m pn's V ofe--a vote some believe j after the first primary, and said at t h a t lime he would propose ! ary examination. ! hank's j Federal Deposit discovered by Insurance Corporation Examiners on August 11 in'the' pfes'lde'nt'l Mrs. T!oy F. Priest of Utah, as- An ordinance changing thc names of several Fayetteville streets was adopted lasf night by the City Council after thc measure, proposed by thc City Planning Commission, was placed on its third reading. ·The ordinance had been before the Council since its first reading July 7. It eliminates some iborl streets and removes duplication in names of others. Thc new by-pass of Highway 71 through South Fayetteville will be known as Archibald Yell Boulevard under the ordinance. The other changes enacted arc: I First Street to Fourth Street:; Second Streel lo Fifth Street; i f p Third Street and Wall Street to | ft\f I flllflrfiCC Sixth Street; Fourth Street to I VI VUIIUIGM Seventh Street; Fifth Streel to j Eighth Streel; Sixth Streel a n d ! Harbison Street to Ninth Street;! Seventh Street lo i n t h Street;; Street and Dodd Street In l l t h Street; Ninth Street and Bcrl Street to 12th Streel; 10th Street lo 13lh j Br FRED COGEK Street; l l t h S:rct to Hlh Street; | Med Ca.s'hlon, Fayetteville, who Insalls Street tn North Street; Ida ' Lafayet'e Street; Ida Wilson's First Addition (already known as I l a ) to Ha Street; Southern Street lo Robec- 'ca Streel; Fail-view Street lo Fairview Drive; Scolt Street lo Watson Street; Sattcrficld Street t o A d a m s Street; Shrcwbcrry Street to Rockwood Trail! Sunset Drive In Breezy Heights Addition to Lor- The Grand Jury will be called slslant n a l '° n al OOP chairman | when a regular term of Circuit Missouri Boulevard; Sequoyah Slrcet to Assembly Road; Prosper.! Avenue to North Sequoyah Drive; Mission from Lafayette to north mi.",- : !'""·» "-'Hours sciieauiea a round ; MM ' cpunea irn--Riiiariues will oe . i( |i m n« m Miqsinn Ronlovarrt' *"" ! "' r~" ""* "_ '"" i TM* h ' 1° _ ' h « ·««"«» °' '"« ^k'^^o^lTTho^okst; division, ard leade 14 othrr feminine j ville September 1, the judge said. scheduled a round | All reported irregularities will be City. Mo., woman was killed and | a private auditing firm, and Wi OftSiRVH ^ )Ur °ther persons injured near ; agents of the state Bank Commis- j ! here last niphl in the collision o f ' s ' n n worked to clear up the situ- [ "-. ~"'" -......,..,.. j A roadblock has been placed in i a passenser car and truck. One of ation. I "'"" the Republican nominee in jurors, the circuit judge indicalcd. the oath of Cupid A popular place I tho injured was in critical condi- i Employed by the Bank of Dic'iks ' u TM* e '' , , , with vouna lover's traditionally is ''i° n - for 32 - vears ' Mrs - Simmington I . Thc wral also planned mcel- X, I obseivttton poinl TM Mt S - | The victim was Mrs. Eli,a .low- ! "" TM ^ «* «TM.urer and ; '"»;«,«, · «n.uo from Louisiana; . . . L i , -r, L - r- M A-, - ' h a d h p p n i-i r n n i n l p i p rharan (if · Ja niO.S A. L a m n D e l l , nrCSIClUHt OI quoyah which overlooks Fayette- phine Spradloy, 47, a passenger in dn Dcen "' compieic cnaieo "i . ,, . ,, , ' , ' . .^'J- ville from behind a large cross.; the car driven by hcr son, Jesse Jack Joyce To Oppose Trimble Fayetteville Lawyer Republican Choice To Make Race wns nominated earlier this summer as Republican candidate for Congress from the Third district, yesterday withdrew from the race, and John H, Made By Other Area Residents Delegates To The State Convention Are Appointed By FLOVD CARL, IK, Fayclteville came uu with, two surprise candidates for City Council seats yesterday afternoon, and almost drew three when the Coun- j ty Democratic Central Committee rctolved iutlf Into the county Democratic convention and named candidates for three Council posts. The two candidates, named to fill vacancies in the list of ,.clty candidate.'!, are U. 0. Blaniieh- ship, an accountant, for alderman Ward 2, and Mrs. W. H. Cherry, a housev.'llc fnr alderman Ward 4. Leonard Pratt, Ihe present Ward j .1 alderman, was nominated fter thc Nominating Committee'^ ori«- I inal choice, Mn. Henry Alexander, .withdrew. During recent years no regular countj convention has been held by thc Democratic party- Instead, to avoid thc complicated process of ol-ctlng candidates f r o m - I he various townships, the Central ComMillee ht\s met, dissolved itself, and re-convened aa the county convention. This Is what occurred yesterday- Seventeen member! of thc committee met at the courthouse, dissolved the meetlnj and went Into session a: a convention. At a convention, It was the group's ]9b to name delegates tn the state Demo"Jack" Joyce Fay-1 crallc convention September : 1» : and 20 at Little Rock, and 1 ; to lOmlnate candidates for city, eltevlllc attorney, became the new j al Republican nominee. | " ownghip ,,,, county o(n , ef The Republican Committee tor | vacancies existed In the lilt at the Ifl-county Third congressional j candidates. district, meeting m the courthounc In Favettevllle thre* vacancies here. attegttd the rejijrutlon o( «|ued. Three aide; i-Bine Street; LouUlann Way W **'_*·_ aete^ttd the re«lzn«tlon o( Mined. Three aldermen, cautht Center "Street;'Missouri RoSd to" ^"WWI »«»'*e»e»mt^.Ieyc«- to urfiwfrn by : "« cnir!fi ; Mn*TOnit ... t * , _ . ! J r L mult * t h * pfen* A M B l n v * «i._ ^.i.^.i.'--t _ i . . . . . . . . Clc\'cland Street; York Street cast make tha race agalnat the jtrtMni congressman from this dittrltrt, Hep. James Trimble of Bcrry- vllle, a Democrat. Carlos Hill, Kaycltevjllc, nominated Joyce. Cushion, In a letter to thc corn- a»lti, wtre unnble lo qualify In time »« candidates to uccr*d themselvei. No other Democrat! filed for Ihe three positions, Itav- ing them vacant. The aide, men caught by the change in filing datei were Webb of the tracks oi Prospect Street; miitee, sfntcd that he withdrew | wilJIams of Ward 2. Jack Surge had been , .._.,,- ... the bank's bookkeeping depart- ' lnc American Federation of Gov- peisuus who had not paid poll Almo S V"anv"ni S M. onc'can"flnri i SpVdiev: j;.:22:Youn g "spra"dicy TM"' """out 20 years." l a m e n t Employe* ,and was sot . taxes wore .Mowed to vote, and ,' cars parked there. However, some i and his f a t h e r , also a passenger, i ,. K ^»' "' "'? .fTM" said (hey ; £ " ^ " ' ^f " s ^ * of the residents began to fool that suffered cut,, bruises and shock. |»«"" ' ^''^'"I^TM bcf^e'.hcy c a "t .nSen.oc bTliols. trusted." " '. Stevenson, who w i l l make Reports of i r r e g u l a r i t i e s i n c l u t i me lisl o a f"vo!crs t 'from P w r -, : r n Fa E le i «'«" rDickso " «*'' o7Ha I0 j J^m the conlEst "for , number of j oi'FaVd 4. and Leonard Pratt of ne list ot \olcrs fiom War I^glc ! Rosd , 0 M a r k h a m Road personal reasons." But he assured i Ward 3 The fourth alderman township, a complaint that 250 | ^H.n.m.H ,,,,«, running! l h . cnl .. 0 _ fj , hji . s .;^ 6rkhl(i ."!! pport ° : ' -"hoiie term expires this year, W Unidentified streets t h a t some election o f f i c i a l s were ; A6sc " nin | v not sworn in ap the law demands. : ! southeast from Mission Street j ""W candidate Ihe commiltcc may (long identified on city maps as i »amc." He had been nominalcrt hy Road) to Asscmblv : 'he district Republican convention the parking habit was becoming i Critically injured was Kenneth ,,.,,,., ri ., - a.evcnson. wno win maKe a ... , .., _ chronic at the obscrva ion pnml, j earner. 22. of Rogers, driver of "^ p k f Q i similar recorriin- for ovewas USP. ! Hlflhfir VTICK Fftf a n d o n c o f t h e m c o m p l a . n e d t o t h e the Pickun truck which struck M ^'| jn TM 1 *, ^^f TM ov .TM d ' ! was taking it easy today, enjoying | "HI"TM TM'" "Ol City C o u n c i l . Last n i g h t tlv Conn- llv 9 n r a r i l r v car almost hnari nn " I L r d i l l I » **'« L V i a e i l t e p n o \ , e a , J · ·' J *» i ci. put i., collective* foot down. | "£ " f poSblf fra tu,TMd '^depositors' balances hnd been , '* From now o,,_,he .Idcrmrn d c - | spin , Carne,,'passenger. Hob- | TM-TM »£ ^X £ i creed, you can't park at the observation point for longer l h a n 1; crt Reaman, 22, of Rogers, wounded Korean war veteran, -escaped i ·. almost 20 years. minutes at a lime. The Council ,' w "jth bruises - - - - - . - -- ---' The tank was closed yesterday didn't ^lato u-holhor narlcinn ' w h i l e state Bank Commissioner meters would ho installKl Slale Tro °P° r Wallace Parnell i Ed I. McKinloy discussed liquida- meters would be installed. i said , ne Spradley t a r wasttavcl . | [ion of , hc i n s l i t u t i o n _ · ' ing south when it and the truck. . Lives With Mother Tommy Johnston, who came to i which was headed north, collided, i The H a r k oycri, dark haired" this country from Ireland a l i t t l e ! The accident occurred about , Mrs. Simmincton, divorced "about over three years ago, and who ; four miles south of Rogers on j 15 years ago" has been living with Drouth And Heai Punish Texas Sleel Allowed Rord; and Bates Street west of Razorback Road lo Sunset Drive. Asks Removal Of Sltn In other action: in Huntsville. Joyce,-about 33, was a flier in World War I I and now is a lieutenant colonel In the Air force Acting on a petition filed J u l y ! Reserve, command n K the AF Re- S. Heflln of Ward !, filed before the closing date and his n«me appeared on the regular ballot without opposition- Yesterday's convention, presided over by Virgil Ramtey, chairman of the Democratic Central Committee, filled the three .... ,,, ......... sv ..... _ i|re ,,.,,, by Mr. and Mrs. .lames W . : serve unit here After the war he i vacancies. But it wan in unuiual Holder, the Council instructed the , completed his law studies »l the . situation, with a three-man Nom'- maynr ,,, write Mr. and Mr,, s. ^er, t, . u n d e r l*c "Ol Bill- ,,,,,,,, Commiltce compo!ed o( Washinglon-m-The Office of Price Stabilization granted t h c steel industry higher ceiling j prices for a wide range of its ' products yesterday. I In a move that put the finishing ' W. Allen, quoting Ordinance 3251 an d has practiced tn Fayctleviilc non-Fayctteville residents propor- and giving them until' September I since his graduation about Ihiec fl to remove a sign near their ' y» r « ago. tourist court on North College 1 rhe new eandidalc declared yes- j holders--and Avsnuc. The Holders contended i l "ay that he does not plan to elteville resident nominating oil the sign, adjajccnt to their prop- ! TM«e a half-hcarlcd .aker. «:n- ] t . and j d;itc , rom , he floor . ing a slate of candidates which did not include thc present office fourth non-Fay- works for the TIMES, had thc Highway 71. Thc victims wore surprise of his life yesterday when taken to Rogers Memorial Hos- ; sn n, in a frame house described as two visitors arrived in front of ] pital. ; " n n t new, but a comfortable his house in a taxi and interrupted : Funeral arrangcmnls for Mrs. home." him while he was washing his car. i Spradlcy. under dircclion of the ( They were his brother, whom he ! Callison-Porter Funeral Home, are · her mother, Mrs. Mattic Epper- [ Mrs. John Franks, who operates had not seen for 25 years, and his j incomplete. sister-in-law--Mr. and Mrs. Rob- j * ert Stuart Johnston of Toronto, I ,, Canada. Tommy was seven years i P " ce offensiv = s «" old when his brother left the home Taipch. . G!moSH-(/P)- in Ireland for Canada, where he ! ral Oa\\y News. Chinest has lived since. Then throe and a ,' 1 , sl . c ? vor , nmcr ll. n TM' sp ' half years ago Tommy came to Ihu United States. Not since they said | I axis will launch an unprecedented genera! store here and j "known hcr ail my life," said i "everyone has an abiding faith in : her." '. Mrs. Kenneth Lowfton. who Simmington. said "everyone was I Mrs. Simmington's car and a lelc- goodbye as boys in thc Old Coun- i 'arpp-scalo peace offensive for Ko- ; vis ; on Mt wcr( , ' i(] (nr ,, on , h( , ;,, ; h c si.n, try had they been together, and it i rca , after the Chinese-Russian i j nsta | ln , cnt p i a n .. But n p , a i H , , 000.000 loss. drouth disaster aea status for the! enlirc state. They represented 18 West Texas counties. State Agriculture Commissioner John C. White said at Austin lhat cotton, rice and grain sor- crops, withered and burned had suffered a S68,- was no wonder that the brother j conferencc i n had to tap Tommy on the shoulder ! twice yesterday to get his attention, and repeat more than once believe it. The couple from Can- t complete a u d i t of thc j wil be made today. Thc hank's other ity's books '' ^' rs - K a t h r r i n e Robinson, 3(3, died of sunstroke to become Dal- employe. "I'm your brother," to make him 10 days. ada will visit here for a week or ; Cashier Tom "We?tbrool:, said las' f i f t h beat f a t a l i t y i n ciffht days Numerous heat stroke pain Dallas hospitals. to duty." He .said Dr. Paul R. Mort Of Columbia University Conducting Work Conference At U,A. Dr. Paul H. Mori, professor of I Dr, Mort. who is regarded as tho educational administration in j nation's leading authority in the Teacher; College of Columbia i field nf school finance, spoke last University, is conduction a work , night on the power of education conference for education admin- nt an open meclinR in '.he Student Istralors at thc University which Union attended by approxlmale- | limatcd that 5,24,000 of the short education leaders term one of tho ' ly 200 persons. | aw would not he protected. most Important conferences of its ! The conference ijroup was to he i * kind ever held in Arkansas. ! conducted by Supl. Virsil T. Bios- Th* Weather Ahnul 75 adminislralors are a U i s o m this afternoon on » tour of '.ending the conference. j Faycttcvllb HlRh School hulld- SimminKton. who operated thc . only toller's window in tho hank ' in addition lo hcr bookkcepinc. Dies After llrarin; duties, was " f a i t h f u l in reporting . Baltimore-l/Pl-Edward year on the same terms now in effect; and to grant five buildins permits. Five council mrrnbc Arkansas Stop Included R\/ FicOnririxA/or- Prc5cnl: A l d c ' m c n Surge,. Hum Dy C I SennOwer . W i l l i a m s . McAllister and Konv t -..i T, , ,,, . , I Those absent '\ere Richardson, Little -Unrk-f/Pj-Arkansas He- p r a l l | ami H -f!:n. publlca.".s aren't h a v i n g much j -. · .success in their attempts to in- i dude L,mo Rock ^^ Cojicr.!. p r j ce -Cobb Tire Mart Ri.scnbower's lour September 2. Vorne TinbrilJ of chairman of the GOP u h I temporary chairman. Charles Ivcy. Hunts- vlllc, was elected secretary, and the sroup named Frank Walts, Marshall, as treasurer. The nicet- AVhile the 17 merr.bors of -the Central Con.mittee present pondered thc three names, OrviHe .!· Hall of FayetteviJIe rose and nom- injc was opened by C. D. Atkinson. Fayetteville. Counties represent ed in thc meeting were Brnton, Boonc, I Crawford, Franklin, Madison, j Newton, Searry, Sebastian, and Stuttgart, presiden- Firm Incorporates S. Gis- tial nominee's Arkansas campaign, usually ; sol), 57, persuaded ^Magulrate S. I and Robcit Roach of Uttle Rock' ' "walked thc three or four blocks Robcit Lcvinson to di,smiis a head of thc stale Citizens-tor-' to work every day." Westbrook said she long native of Dierks ami "didn'l '.side thc couit room and diet! of a m a k e arrangements for the stop- | t r a f f i c charge yeslcrda.y, then ' Eisenhower Committee, said yes- l i f p - ] stepped into t h e corridor just o u t - ' lei-day they h a d , been unable lo smoke, drink or anything." ' heart a i l m o n Prosecuting Attorney Bobby ; Steel of Nashville i.ild thc bank's i depositors worn protected up to $10.000 each by tho FHIC. Ho . UUlc corporation were filed yesterday by Pricc-Cobb Tire Mart, Inc.. of Fa.ycltevillc, listing authorized capital at $15,000. Listed as incor- poralors were M. L. Try-- .lunette Price, T. L. Cohb and B. M. Cobb, all nf Faycttevillr. inated the three present aldermen, Williams, Burse and Pratt. At this point Mrs Alexander, who was not present, telephoned to say she didn't w a n t to be a candidate. «,id her name was with- : drav/i- from nomination. Mrs. Read I then asked that hcr name also be v.-ithdrawn as a candidate fince i she did not want to oppose Pratt. I Gus Eidson of Springdale nomi- ! natcd U. D. Blankenship to op- Thc committecmcn made prep-'- pose Williams for the Ward 2 nom- f u n d - j mation. N j other nomination was _ e f f o r t , put forward for the Ward 3 post, They estimated lhat $5,0011 w i l l ; and Alderman Pratt was nomi- be required for a serious congrgs- j nated in a voice vote, sional campaign, and hope to r.iiso i In the secret ballot on Mrs. wore present from Baxter, Carroll, John.son, Marion, Logan, Scolt, or Van Burcn counties. Rock-l/Pi-Artldes of in- j To Ralie Funds arations for an mlcnt,i\c raising and vote-seeking coNTiNi;r.n ON Unofficial Primary Results Reversed In Several Instances ; TH . nE !'- · Cherry and and Blankenship and William* for CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE 1. Chism neod of p,u:s was ^ l o n Heorgo w i t h a 2fl.vole margin i Cowan. Election o f f i c i a l s had i ' Poultry Market -- The* poultry market today as TC- The conference, In which Dr. ings. Folowing the tour n dinner Mort Is assisted by Mr. Roy H. | will be -held In the high school Allen and Dr. Paul V. Petty of the ] lunchroom, wllh thc [acuity of the Unlverslly College of Education , College of Education and thc Fav- flculty, began yesterday and will j o.ttcvillc School Board as special continue unlil Friday. The con- guests. ference discussions deal with j In addition tn conducting the school finance problems, tho inter- ! conference. Dr. Moil relationships of school and om- inunlly, sohnol business managc- mfrl, and s l a f f pcrsftnncl problems. fer with the University G r a d u n t o Council on a g r a d u a t e program for tho Colloco of F.ducatlnn whilo on tho campus. L i t t l e Rork-ftfi-1 he t i n n f f i r i a l . results of this summoi's Homo- ; named thc f i f t h district k c n t o i i a l | over incumbent Tom Howard. The ! certified thc count at 62 fnr Spur- i ported by the University of Ar- (T.itic p i i m a r l p s woio reversed ' """"I"''.. /.A h * li "* a " County j (iiicMioned bjllots picscnted to '· lin and 6« for MrCowan. ! kansas 'Institute of Science «nd . , . , Dcmociatic Committee. Thc croup the Countv Committee when a rr Arkansds-Partly cloudy I h i i . yeslordny in races involving a i , h r c w Olll t w n eonlKlea f m ^ Inc ^"""'-V Lommntec when a re nflerncon. Inr.ighl and Wednci- ( stale senator, a counly judge 'and ! from August 12 prlmni-y d.iy; v.idcly showers; cattcred thunder- a county clerk. in noi-thc,i.-,t p o r - ' A petition seeking lo Impound 4. A spokesman for Gen. Y. M.;Technology and the Dairy and count committee was unable to Mack said thc candidate, report-! Poultry Market News Servlc* o! agree legality of ^^ ab.scnloo bal- ! odly defeated in thc run-off, I the U. S. Department ot A|rlcuJ- Uon: not ,'iuch change in temper- balnt boxes for alleged f r a u d u l e n t i voting wa.s filed in another raco. nvn Sum Ford, a Srranlnn farm. I lots which had attached a f f i d a v i t s j would file a contest suit "as soon ' ' "' : '·" '" J but no applications. Tho ballots ! as possible" Circuit Judge John alurcs Most of tho reversals wore a f - Dolroii -I/Pi- Iraq's 17-year-oM (octed hy County IVmorr.itir K m ? K,nsal begins loday a lour Committees, hut one Inv.ilvcd a of Ih'.s anlomolivo a n r j a r r n ^ m e n t - G i a j d J u i v . m a k i n g renlor. His visli v.-ili b o ' H r i o arc tho lO'.uln i.f yoslcr- iniorrporsod v/ilh reception.', a n il 'l»v's a r l i n n onrornins tho Au(- ceremonles. ; usl 12 voting; or. n 24-volo district wide lead. Reed had charged thai the total number of votes exceeded thc listed poll tax receipts In the disputed townships. 2. The Carroll Counlv Demo- were held illegal. 3. The Hoi Spring County Grand Jury Mid It found riltcrcpancitt In tabulation of votes In one township In t h r July 29 primary. The oiatic Committee t h r o w out all hut : tin v said in th'o I/iwer Prulrle six of tho »b*enlce votos o;ir.t In Ballot box It found HI VMM L. Blcdsoc denied · petition filed by Mack yesterday socking to Impound all thc ballot boxes in the 18th district senatorial nomination race. He claimed t'nst 1.080 fraudulent voles wore cast In the ture. Northwest Arkansas »re»: Market lull steady: broiled »nd fryers offered continued llfht In \veight an-J wire (entrtlly »d«- quite for thc f«ir to toot 4*mani; heavy tiies contlniml vfry thort nf Ihe good demand; prlcta t. a. ,, . · election, giving a 'MS-votr ninr-1 farm reported lo J g. m.--bfoilert t u n o f election This gavr Ihc I n c i i m h r n t Counly Jud«e Oiover «m lo his opponent, Orvlll Cheney : und Vvers all "" "" I counly clerk nomination to B u r - , C. Spurlin anil 4S fnr CiMrty Me-, of Calico Hock. \ ibj), 3J ce'

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