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PAGES TOPAY 10 Rtod by ovtr 25,000 Doily LOCAl POftlCAST-- riyeltcvUIc inrl vicinity p « r 1! y cJoudr tonlsht and tomorrow a n d ·lightly warmer. Showers probab'e HJfh icmpmtur* yesterday S3 1 low 34: noon todjy M. SunrUt J 45; luruct Tft* f4/b/ie Interest Is The Firtt Concern Of This Newspaper VOLUME 91, NUMBER 21 Auodatod Pratt IMSM! Wir* FAVETTtyilU. ARKANSAS, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25, 1952 Tidelonds Question Discussed .Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson, Democratic presidential nominee,'and Gov. Allan Shivers of Texas chat after completing a four-hour conference , in Springfield. 111. Shivers sought to learn Stevenson's views on the politically hot isrue of ownership of offshore oil deposits. Stevenson Opposes Complete State Control Of Tidelands AP, Kinf ami MCA FMtum wvi ami Elsenhower For Warning Reds " Firemen Learn Of Blaze Too Late To Help * West Haven, Conn. - (ff) - It \vas news to Leonard Alogna, and It was news to the local Fire Department -- but there was his · house burned down to the cellar and still smoldering. Alogna said that was the way he found his house when ht re- · turned from Boston yesterday. He hastened to get police and firemen, but all they could do was wet the ruins down. Police said they could not find any one "who even smelled ·moke." 4 The Alogna home, in an isolated neighborhood, had been unoccupied during remodeling, 'Reds Demand Three Be Recalled By The U.S. Berlin-Wl-An informed U. S. Army source said the Americans probably will have to bow lo the Russian demand for recall of three members of the U. S. military mission at Potsdam. The Soviets accuse the trio of "trespassing on Soviet military property." The Russians seized the three Americans--two officers and an . enlisted man--on August 15 in Communist East Germany and held them for 36 hours. Though Army headquarters at Heidelberg said no final decision had been made on Gen. Vassily Chuikov's demand for recall of the men, an informed source said "in all probability" the Americans would adhere. If they didn't, he said, the Rus' Fians probably would take away · Springfield, Ill.-(/P)-Gov. Adlai | Stevenson returned to his campaign planning today while his aides watched closely the reaction 10 his stand against complete state control of the nation's off-shore 011 lands. The Democratic presidential nominee braved the political wrath of Texas and other . states with tideland riches by announcing he sided with President Truman in his v ( eto of a bill to give the states quit-claim titles to the tidelands. But, in his statement .Saturday, Stevenson added that since there is a "legislative stalemate" he .thinks .some, solution should .be found to protect the interests of both the federal government and the states. He had the comfort of support in this stand from his running mate, Sen. John Sparkman of Alabama. He turned from this/problem today to concentrate on'plans for his visit to TXew York City and j New Jersey in mid-week and his Labor Day speech in Detroit next Monday formally launching his drive for the presidency. He will address the American Legion Convention Wednesday in the first Pkk Declares Senate Report Over-Critical" Engineers Chief Is Accused Of Confusion, Waste Washin?:,n - f.-ri - Th; chief of army engineers today termed '·over-critfjal" a score!-ng S.T.atc report accusing him ;.nd other iqi military men of confusion and waste in. the hurry-up buildin/,- a U. S. air bares in North. Africa. The committee urged Secretary of the Army Pace to "ake appro- opriale action" against Lt. Gen Lewis A. Pick, the engineers' chief Pick got out a statement today j saying "I had no responsibility in ' the determination cf the Air Force I requirements in North Africa. It was not my responsibility to di- ' rcct the construction on z trash j (or rush) program basis." | I The Armed services Preparcd- I ness Investigation Subcommittee, \ headed by Sen. Lyndon B. John-I son (D-Tex) mnrie public its re-. port yesterday. It said Pick was. i-rspnnsible for the building job which has cost taxpayers 220 million dollars and I;, expected eventually to total more than Joii'jle ; Carpcntere anrt Joiners Union tliiit amuunl. I were off the job in Hot Springs T h e Johnson committee report I l oda . y in . con " Cctio ." wi1h "; c c **'* said ther^ had l,cen r.a cf.V t i v « ' Cmt . racl ,°. rs A f" clat '° n TMfusa\ to check made. OP. f.-iudf. Idckbacks, I g ''- nt - a 1 '"' ccnt houl ' ly w a R C boosl theft snd. pil.'e'.'.ng. it siM, too, Cool Weather ' Not To Last (By the Associated Press) j Only six points in the slatc re- ! ported temperatures over 90 yes- i tcrday, but Arkansas' 'cool \vavc" ! is on its way out, the U. S. Weather Bureau at Little Rock said lo- ' day. Highest Jor the state yesterday v.'as 96 in Camdcn, Hot .Springs and Ai-kadclphij. Faycttcvillc had the coolest weather in the 24-hour period ending at 7 a. m., this morning, recording 52 degrees. Batcs- villc had 53. Other cilics w i t h temperatures of 90 or above included £1 Dorado, 92: Brinklcy, 91, and Stuttgart, SO. Other stations in the state reported temperatures below 90. N T o rain was reported in the state yesterday and the Weather Bureau says there is none in sight for the next several days. Hot Springs Carpenters Out Refusal To Grant Boost Reported Few "Disaster" Loans Likely In This Area No Money Received To Help Farmers Get By Drouth j A n p a r p n l l v nn great number of j farmers in Washington and Ben- i ton count'cs W'M receive drouth i disaster l?ns from the federal j government. | Benton County was declared s j disaster area in July, and Irticr the j entire slatc was termed a disaster j area in July, and Islcr the entire i state v:as termed a disaster area, · including Washington County, j This designation made farmers within the areas named eligible for loans from the Farmers Home Administration--if loans v.-crc not available from private agencies. In Bentnnvillc today the FHA office disclosed lhat 30 applications for loans under the designation have been received in Benton County, but only one loan has been made, and thr check for lhat Ian has not yot been received. BENTON, WASHINGTON COUNTIES THIRD, i United StdtCS FOURTH IN u.s. CHICKEN PRODUCTION In Great Peril, He Tells Legion Washington - i/P) - Two Arkansas counties rank third and fourth in the nation in the production and sale of chickens, according lo lhc · 1950 Census. The U. S. Commerce Department said today that Washington County producers sold 10,382,488 chickens for $7.943,::nj to claim the fourth spot in chicken production. Benton County told 11- ' US6.570 b i i d i for $8,?49,010 to rank third. | The department said the 1950 census reports indicated that Amer- . i^an farmers sell nearly 600 m i l l i o n birds ycurly and that almost three- ! filths of t h e farm sales of chickens occuircd in only 100 counties. j Arkansas also placed four other counties in the top 100. They include Independence, r a n k i n g 41lh in n u m b e r of birds produccd;'cic- i uurnc, 83th in production: Madison B9th and Scvicr. lOOlh.' Clc-| burne, M-udison and Scvirr did not place in the top 100 on dollar receipts, but Independence took C3rct place on its income from the chicken industry. Truman And Dewey Among Speakers At Convention Eisenhower To Speak In Little Rock September} -'By The Associated Press! Some of the 30 applicant may be Little Dock - (/Pi - The Arkansas Republican Committee, with an eye on a sweeping slatc victory for Gen. Dvvight I). Elsen- hower in November, announced today that the GOP presidential nominee would speak here September 3. The general's Denver New York-l/fVDwijht D. Eisenhower said today that, because of the Soviet master-plan of con- qucsl, "this nation today stand.; In p-caler peril than at any time in our history." He called for a clear, strong w a r n i n g to the Russians from the American government: ] "We must tell the Soviets with i col;l f i n a l i t y that never shall we rest content until the tidal mud of aggressive Communism has receded within its own borders." i Eisenhower's remarks were con! taincd in the written text of a I speech prepared for delivery to the ! Amc.'itan Legion National Con- Power Of Press! vcntion Only WNVC, New York Munici- Soldiers Learn About 50 members of the AFL ·· alj ' c to *' ct loans elsewhere, W i t h U. S. Mill Division, Kn- ] P»l radio slation, made plans to headquarters said yesterday that j rea-(/P|-Thrcc machine gunners in broadcast Ihe speech «t Madison Utllc nock was one of six cities j Company D. Mlh I n l a n l r y Ficgi- to he visited on a proposed tour j mcnt, have received 300 letters in J. C. Mason, business agent for u n , l l rfllu. pli:t'. '.'JX. 1 '. S n u l IOO, ! ,, . ., . , that "large-scale loafing, drunk-'i, h e " mon ' sa .' d , "? "grease 'ad cnness, and failure properly to at- ^ c " ap P r ° vcd *? the Construction tend tn dutv was rsrnnant .. i.,c4 Stabilization Commission of the was noted. In Faycttcvillc. Fred Dclzcll, FHA administrator, said only a few--two or three--applications for loans.h.d come in. None have been cnlirely processed, and no money has been received. it I of lhc South. ' I 10 days Cpl. Melvin F. Bodncr, 1 The Republican Commillec met i Bron!fl N - Y - p f r Joc Brid gcs. here today to map plans for the " i l E n n K - V., and Pvt. Robert Square Garden. The general, a Legionnaire, flew lo New York from Denver last tend to duty was rampant at least | Wage Stabilization Board. Some 220 union members were throughoul the initial stages of construction." I D- i. -j v v , , · affected, but Mason said the ma- ...^fil^^r^^^'fh'liority of the contractors had an inspection of the | granted the wage increase and the report contraclors who have not milled to the wage demand. North African bases and submit-1 5 0 men who did t ted a report to Pace "which the I wn ,. k 1nHav ,,,,,,,. ,, committee apparently has not seen." That report, Pick said, "sets fprth * plan for correcting the deficiencies." And, he declared: for hy sub- Apparently about three contrac- "During my recent visit, I found city ..,,.,. ..,,.. ,.,,,.,, ,,.,, ,,. the work progressing at a highly town contraclors are working on salisfaclory rale. The jobs are well the $6 million dollar Wcstinghouse organized and superior quality of I bulh plant near Hot Springs and work is being accomplished. My determinations were concurred in by the local Air Force commanders." Pace is in Europe. ! thus were nol affecleri. Heywood Patterson Of kotfsboro Fame Dies , , , . . , Jackson, Mich. - (/Pi-The death run ,, lu /i naipn of a two-day series, of speeches i in prison of Haywood Patterson, I Pittsburgh Pi-ates and conferences. I one of the South's famed "Scotts- other sources sai. This morning he was scheduled i boro Boys" was announced loday ,.,_ ,,...., by Southern Mi( . higan Prison au . thorities. The 39-year-old Fatterson died Friday night of cancer. to talk with "Walter Reuther, president of the CIO United Automobile Workers, about the Detroit speech, which is being sponsored jointly by the CIO and AFL. Secondary Uranium Mineral Deposits Found Washington-W)-Secretary of the Interior Chapman today announced the finding of varying amounts of the secondary uranium mineral zeuncrite on Ihe Seward Peninsula in Alaska, just across the 36-rnile-wide Bering 1 Strait from Russian Siberia. Geological survey officials said , authorities said. He was serving a six to 15 year term for manslaughter. The Georgia-born Negro, whose i book "Scotlsboro Boy" gained him j a new measure of fame in 1949, I has been in Michigan since he j fled prison in Alabama in 1948. i There he was serving a 75-year Few More Price Hikes Said Likely This Year ! Washington - W! -Secretary of | Commerce Sawyer says t h at prices of consumer goods probably won't incrf?sr much thc rest of this year, but suggests thc long- term trend still may be upward. "Major price changes *arc not indicalcd for lhe balance of this year," said Sawyer, summing up thc results of a survey by the department on thc effects of thc 56- day steel strike thai ended July 26. Despite the $5.20 a ton sleel price increase that went along with thc settlement, the survey showed many businessmen plan lo absorb all or part of the higher Pittsburgh-WVTrft FBI clamp- ! metal cost rather Ulan try tn pass ed a tight censorship today on its i it along to thc public, investigalion of an exlorlion plot i Sawyer Rave this reason: that threatened the life of home ! "It is clear that general refusal hitter Ralph Kiner of lhe : o n thc part of the consumer to pay higher prices would make id a driver for : price increases impossible to the Peoples Cab Company or Pitts- maintain." burgh was being questioned in connection wilh the plot. In a threatening letler received Ralph Kiner Threatened In Demand For Money Thursday, Kiner was told to put · $6,200 in small bills under lhe front seal of a Peoples Taxi and abandon lhe cab in front of nearby Ambridge High School. Ho was told when he pol inlo lhe cab lo ask. "What's thc fare to Ambridge'.'" sss^ss? r,9lt;dTM «"=- which nine Negroes were convicl- i The ed of raping two white wonun in Kiner: · claimed the money, extortion Icller warned a freight car. lhe inlcrzonal passes thc mission j suc t, secondary uranium minerals members need to travel through | cou \^ be used as a source foi the east zone to their headquarters | uranium for atomic bombs, in Potsdam, 18 miles southwest of i chapman said the finds were nere - 1 made by the Alaskan geology ] branch of the geological survey in I investigations on behalf of thc i Atomic Energy Commission. Remote Scottish Castle ri Bought By Queen Mother "You'll make a good · left field." British Cargo Plane Falls In Soviet Zone One Killed, 15 Injured In Bus Edgcwaler, N. .J.-(/Pj-A crowded bus plunged 30 feet from a small wooden bridge into a deep railroad rut today, killing a woman and i n j u r i n g at least 15 persons. The bus smashed through the railing of the narrow bridge on River Road and landed upside down at the mouth of the Susquehanna Railroad tunnel t h r o u g h thc Palisades cliffs just acros thc Hudson River from New York City. presidential campaign, Osro Cobb, state GOP chairman from Little Rock, said Eisenhower's visit would be thc first time in at least 40 years that a candid-ale of either of thr. major par- tics had made an address in 'Ark"They h a v e come down to enjoy our fried chicken and hospitality after the election, but wheh the chips are down they have been busy in other sections of thc country," Cobb said. Cobb said "sentiment in Ihis cnhower's Invasion of thc South is an enormous contribution lo thc two-party Rovcrnmenl in this section; I - f l n t i c i p n t r that his Southern reception will exceed his fondest anticipations and t h a t he will make oihcr visits to thc Southern states before the campaign is over." Cobb said "sentiment in this state for the general is so favorable that our task is primarily one of complete organization and get- tinir out every oossibfe vote." Verne Tindall of Stuttgart, Eisenhower's Arkansas campaign manager, said last night that today's meeting of the State Com- mtitee would chart plans to "get workers in every precinct for lhe Republican party and Eisenhower." He added that every county j would have a campaign director. May Name Candidate! Cobb has said that one of the purposes of today's meeting would be to decide on any additional GOP candidates for state office. Party officials say the GOP will put up a s t i f f fight for several state offices this year. Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Jeff Speck, who polled more than 30,000 voles against Governor McMath in 1950, will again head thc slatc nf state candidates. Speck, who will oppose Francis Cherry in the November elections, will formally open his campaign ot'Parafjould on Labor Day. night, and the New York »po«ch was designed to step up his cam- English, Tucson, Ariz.^v.Totc scv- [ palgn »« the Republican candidate cral s m a l l lovn American newspapers asking for mail from young Indies. The results were staguer- inj;. Among those who have written English are a 215-pound strip teaser and a forward on a woman's basketball team. Spectacular End For The "Circus" Grand Junction, Colo. -Iff 3 )- A kid-style backyard circus wound up with a grand finale that couldn't have been more spectacular had it been planned by P. T. Barnum himself. The ringmaster, Billy Davis, 11, came tumbling out of a tree house 15 feel above the heads of his audience with -his pants on fire. Billy said' later that he and Ihreo of his promoters had planned .·: "flaming lorcfi" act to end thc show. Their equipment was a jar of gasoline and a match. B i l l y didn't get hurt and nobody minded the unplanned act. A f t e r all, the Fire Department showed up with full sirens to put out thc flames in thc jar. Returns In A Box With First Corns, Korca-(/P)- An Army carrier pigeon rcturneti recently to the First Corps signal battalion--in a box. The pigeon, named Joe. was missing 'for 10 days after a training flight. Soldiers at a forward division found him sitting on the ground, lost and bewildered. They b o x e d ' h i m up and sent hmi back by truck. reputed to be haunted - f o r use | Nixon Proposes Change To Oust "McCarlhyism" Air Army Unit Formed By Reds In Germany Targets Hit By Allied Planes Red Suppl : es Are Bombed Heavily Seoul, KoreH-(/P)-U. S. bombers delivered a one-two blow at Communist supplies last nij;hl. Flj-ins through stormy weather they hit a 40-acre supply area in Northwest Korea and pounded bchlnd- the-£ront storage depots. A rain storm swirling over Korea bogged down troops on thc 155-mile ground front. The Navy said its-opcralions were curtailed by heavy weather, but reported that carrier pilots strafed and bombed Hed tared* around Hung- nam nnd Wonsan in Northeast Korea Saturday. Eisenhower Opens Offices In New York lor the presidency. The speech wai billed as non-political, but it contained several passages t:iat appeared lo refer, dircclly, to loma of the charges the i:epublicant arc making against he Truman administration. Eisenhower's aide: said he bad been working on Ihe speech for more than two weeks. They said he dictated the original draft, then revised it several times, without much help from any profeisional speech-wriler. While he emphasized today the danger lo lhc Unlled Staves posed by the Soviet menace, he said he does not believe the Russians are ready, now, to kick oil a third World war., Oulllnn Proiram "We still' have lime." he laid, and he outlined a program designed to present counter-measures lo the Soviet movement. They i entailed: I 1. Creating a security force "with ] such offensive impact that th« massive- potential of their blows will haunt the Kremlin with nightmares of punishment to be visited on Russia should it violate the peace." 2. ''Greater co-operative unity with evei'y nation in the Ires worl4 that is prepared to stand with us, work with us, build-with us, for Ihe security of ail of us." 3. A warning to Russia that the United Slates will "never recognize the slightest permanence in Russia's position in Eastern Europe and Asia." Truman Mesaafffc Read President Truman urged the. Legion to help "put all the facti Colo., and Washington, D. C. London - tfi - Queen Mother! · »- Berlin - Mi - Informed sources Elizabeth .,as bought a remote! ncrlin-WVA four-engine B r i t - l i f t Oufl "MrfaMhll'tm" said Montl '. v t n c Russians have civilian cargo plane crashed in i UUJI PlCUHiny!Sm established the framework for a . _. . ! --- Soviet zone six miles west of I ,,, , · , f u " a i r arm J' in East Germany. New York-l/Ti-Donald R Wil- summer home The p.ctur- Berlin yesterdav. The J H e h t V n ! "?. shin|tlnn ' "T 1 - Scn - R i c h - · U. S. airmen said they have in- son. national commander of the ginecr was killed, hut Ihe pilot ,, , A ',' Sn ," sa ,, , ·" ' th " way to I formation that thn nucleus, i n - 1 American Legion, charged loday and navigator escaped u n h u r t ? , , 1° , ! "" r a " cd 1 McCarl "yism'! eluding 700 jet fighter,, has been | that it is "An un-American and returned safclv to West Her- 1 f i " "f w acl TMnlslration." ]i,,. - A n d. he s.nd, "I t h i n k 'McCarthyism' has been created by Tru- esque, 40-room Barrogill :astlc slands on lhc windswept coasi c,t Caithness only scvrn miles from ."ol-r O'Grnals. the north"?Mc:'1y tip of th_- Unite;! KIII^-JJ.T. It is 750 miles from London, 13 miles from the nearest railway- station, Thurso, and has no telephone, no electricity oi central heating. The queen's only neighbors will be a few toi'ant farmers. British officials said the u u s - ' , , , . . sians agreed to let the British r e - I 7"' ' " C ' IC " ie ll is lhe " cillurc Rus- Truman Plans To Establish Library In Missouri New York-WVHarry S. T r u - ; I'm coming stralghl hack to immediately Ihe cover the plane wreckage, proh- i "' 'ITMTM" ably today. I Th c California The plane, » York, had been ''· P arl y' s candidate for vice presi- charlcred by the Berlin city jjov- I dcnl ' saitl l n a t t h c lcrm "means ernment and was carrying export a of di " cl ' cn t things to different people" and -"Tn thc extent lhal thc American people have been convinced lhat so - called 'McCarthyism' means smear, u n f a i r charges, charges not based nn fact, to lhal oxlcnl w h o m e r has In carry lhc ... I . I I I I - I I L d u l l wdS Ca I Roods to Hamburg. so organized that il could bo expanded quickly into a fighting force. Thi? unit, which opcrales from lhc Oder lo thc Elbe Rivers from Republican, h i s j 18 first class airporls, is lislcd by lhc Russians as lhc 24th Air Army. It includes transports, but as yet has not been assigned heavy bombers. New York - (ypj - In buoyant spirits. Gen. Dwighl D. Eisenhower loday opened his New York ' before lhe people" in the present campaign hcadquarlers--one o! ! political campaign. The president- three he will maintain during h i s - ial message was read by National fight for thr presidency. Thc new Commander Donald R. Wilson at offices in thc Commodore hotel i the opening session of the con- occupy 25 rooms on the sixth floor.' vcntion. Eisenhower, on. leave as presi-! "'" our country, the people hav« dent of Columbia, also has cam- I an opportunity to determine thelt paign headquarters in "Denver, own destiny by dccid.ng the vital issues at thc ballot box." t h e president said. "I ask the Legion lo help America choose wisely by seeing that all thc facts are put before the people in free and fair debate." Gov, Thomas E. Dewey of New York, welcoming the Legion, prnisc-d it for its efforts in behalf of universal military training. "Fur your magnificent fight on Communism I salute you." he said. "You will help save America from her enemies from without as well as those from within." Mayor Vincent Impellitteri welcomed the Legion to the city and Legion Head Scores "Police Action" Term ap- ; proach to the facts" lo call thc war in Korea » "police action." That is thc term President Truman applied to thc fighting there when it broke out in 1030. The Legion head declared lhat . ,. ,, . the country has losl lhc t r u t h of i ursed lhe vet " an ' Io do all m simplicity, become casual about i lhelr power to see l h a t * '«*· vjte is cast in the forthcoming presidential elections. . honor in public office, and lau, 1 at thrift and hard work. than any other president in his- Prices Sag On Lower Drifting Stock Market New York-MVAn Idle Slock Market drifted lower Iftday. Only a few Issues displayed anything more t h a n rntitine responses. Prices sieged from fractions tn bolwren onr ami Uvn points, while pains wrrn almost entirely frae- tlnnal. after the inauguration of his'suc'-!''" alrca(| y have it packed--and ,' tory, tons of them. I'm going lo ret cessor, establish n library on a!" 1 " next sloy is Grandvlew. Mo."; up a library foundation I expect ilc near his boyhood home | He added. "I don't want and i to speak and write a lol on his- good , I don I intend to hang around! tory and govcrnmenl. I'd like in , i"t r r«,H U . M ,, al Grandview, Mo, "take rest, and then help educilc the youth of this country on the his- lory and principles of lhelr government." Thc president's program In d|. rcct quotations approved by the White Housc before publication, is outlined In the Issue of Look magazine out tomorrow. Truman, according to Look, has] principles of their government" lold a friend: | The president lold the tinlden. When 1 ride lo thc Capitol | tlllM friend that he was "setting next January 2H and ««c him j « ' l i b r a r y site, anil I'm going If, sworn In and cnngratulntd him, I transfer all of my papers out Washington trying to tell the next man how he ought to run his job. If he wants me, I am always ready lo serve my government «nrt the people. He can call on me. But my plans arc to establish the library, take a good rest, and then help educate the youth of this country on the history and . to learn. You know talk lo high school juniors and seniors. They arc sharp and eager Ihere arc eight major universities and nearly 200 small colleges, maybe more, within a 300 mile radius of Grandview. My library will he open to any qualified editor, wilier, college or gradualc student who wants to m»k? use of It. It run he marie a cultural center I hope it linns mil lo be. Thal'j what I want to do next." j ity on its back." French Doctor Afloat In Ocean Trying To I c ! g Man Can Live On What Sea Offers Poultry Market -The poultry market inday as reported by the University of Arkansas InsHUM.o of Science and Casablanca - f/T'i - Alone nn * I America, he explained, and wants frail r a f t , French Dr. Alain Bom- to reach the Caribbean before the baid d r i f t e d today towaid the today towaid Cnnary Islands 500 miles southwcil of here. With America as his ul- Technology imd the Dairy and I tlmalc no.nl, he hopes lo prove t h p t Poultry Market Newj Service o f 1 the U. S. Department of Agricul- market fair to ture. Northwest Arkansas steady to firm, demand good, offerings light all heavy sizfs continue very icarce. Prices paid f.o.b. farm tip to 2 p. m , brniloH or frvern All wplghlj I!i to 2 ] ( , 32-.1.1 rents » In., mostly 32. shipwreck \ictims can Ihc on what they can find In the tea. A yacht lowed him out to the open sea off Cai«bl«nca harbor yesterday and he disappeared Into fog. Oldtime Hshcrmtn had advised him to wall for more favorable winds, but Bombard Insisted nn shoving n f f . He pl»n to d r i f t from thn Canaries toward North or Central season. He carried a box of American Army rations. He said the 24-day emergency food 'upply was a reserve mulnly for the leg of lhe voyage beyond lhc CanarieH and would be used only If he were caught In thc circular currents of the middle Atlantic where he might not be able to catch any fish. Hit gear also Include* a filter lo trap planklnn, a liny »ca organism on which smaller fish li*c. He hopes to find some nnurish- Tokyo -WV Gen. Mark Clark. Vincncan And U. N. Far E a s t .ommander, today denied that United Nations troops ar- causing a crime wave in Japan. In a public reply tn a letter from the Japan Federation of Bar Associations, Clark said: "As l personally make It my ousiness lo keep Informed about the behavior of my men, I can assert with authority that wt art not In the midst of t growing crime wave. On the contrtry,, there his been a speedy drop In crimes and Incidents." Arkansas -- Clear tn partly nirnt fiom m« plankton in cast i cloudy this afternoon, tonight and fishing li poor. Tuesdayi slightly warm* tonight. | i\

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