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16 PAGES TODAY Read by or«r 25,000 Daily J^orttjtoesft Iftnes: 10CAI KMKAST-- Flyetlfvill* ind vicinity gtncrtllv t»ir with rl.tini lemper*turrt tonight · nd Inmnrrow. Hith U-Yip^r/lire y«j. Ifrrt.y «». low 49; noon lorfty Si Sun- rUe j j.1. iuru«t « 41. The Public Interest 1s The First Concern Of Tnis Newspaper VOLUME 91, NUMBER 37 Auociated Pr«u Uastd Wire FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS. THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER «, 1952 AP, King and NEA featum met Fivi cum Southern Trip Pleasing To Eisenhower Candidate To Outline Foreign Policy Views Philadelphia Speech Set For Tonight To Open Big Push New York-W)-Dw!ght- D. Eisenhower formally opens his presidential drive- in Philadelphia tonight with a brand new fighting ' personality won in two days of campaigning Dixon Line. below the Mason- Crowd Hears Eisenhower In Little Rock Government For Rules Despite Their Effect! Lexington Ky.-(/P)-Joe L. Cowart wanted to be a good Samaritan--but the government wouldn't let him. Cowart, who raises burley tobacco on his Fayette County farm, discovered that he over- planted his 5.9-acre allotment by I ore-fifth of an acre. ' He wanted to know if he could market the excess with the income going to the March of Dimes to aid polio sufferers. "Unfortunately no," said a Department of Agriculture official. Stevenson Supporters Hoping For Split In Republican Ranks So today he is going to plow it The Southern invasion wiped out j under, the jitters in the Eisenhower camp. It put smiles back on the faces of Eiscntiower lieutenants And it set the stage for the next phase of the big push with the GOP nominee now in the role of a two-fisted fighter. Gov. Sherman Adams of New Hampshire, one of Eisenhower's top advisers, reported; "From Ihis moment on. Hie campaign will -be as hard-hitting and vigorous as any campaign ever v.'aged in your memory or mine." Eisenhower apparently was well pleased with the results of the -, Southern tour. '·Do you tbink you made a dent in the Solid South?" he was asked as he stepped from his plane here Last nighU "I made a lot of friends," the jeneral replied with a smile A short time later, Eisenhower told photographers outside his home: "I'll give you a good smile, because that's the way I feel." Eisenhower will outline his views on foreign policy tonight oefore Pennsylvania Republicans --and a nationwide NBC television and radio audience. He is expected to criticize the Truman administration's conduct ~of foreign affairs. He will go tohic^rafrrorrWr and then on Saturday to Kasson, Minn., where his path will cross that of Democratic presidential nominee Adlai Stevenson. From Kasson, he will fio to Cleveland on Monday and to Indianapolis the next day. Speaki To Arkansans As Eisenhower wound up his Southern trip at Little Rock, Ark., late yesterday, he tackled the racial issue briefly. Repeating what" he had said in Tampa. Fla., earlier in the day, he pointedly re- ·"minded the audience that the Declaration of Independence says, 'All men are created equal." Eisenhower also said the founding New Test For Small Loans Law Ahead Way Is Cleared For Case To Go Before High Court Little Rock -W). The \vay was cleared yesterday for another Arkansas. Supreir.e Court test of the controversial small loans law approved by the 1951 legislature and previously voided by the high tribunal. Plllaskl Chancellor Frank H. Dodge ruled yesterday for the plaintiffs in two suits charging usury against the Family Finance Dwight D. Eisenhower, Republican presidential candidate, sooke to an estimated 30,000 people in Little 1 Rock's M a c A r t h u r Park yesterday. The general slopped in L i t t l e Rock while on a six-slop air-horne tour : of the South. Fart of the crowd is shown listening to the canri-idatc. (AP Photo) j Area Payrolls Up In Fourth Quarter Of 1951, Report Shows Madison Grand Jury Resumes Vote Inquiry Marriage License Business Also Under Investigation Hunlhville-iSpcctal'-The Msd Employers in the Fayettevillc area comprising Washington and Madison counties paid out $709,786 more in wages in the fourth quarter of 1951 than during the corresponding period of a year earlier, the Employment Security D i - ' 984 and 2,030. vision reported today. The figures! Madison County workers r a i n were the highest in the area's cm- j ed $66.623 in the fourth q u a r t e r ns ployment history. j against 561,702 earned n year r»r- Ralph Carter, manager of t h e i Her. There were 67 employers and- Fayetteville employment office,' 200 workers. i 642 workers during the period in I comparison wtih a $2,311,648 pay! roll and 4.586 employes. | In m a n u f a c t u r i n g , payrolls j amounted to $1,083.962 nnld- 2.4:"t4 I workers as compared with $753,- No Record Set In Swim From Europe To Asia I s t a n b u l , Turkey-'/Ti-An A m e r i can ambu^ador and a .senator ran tell the home lolks they sv.-am from Europe to Asia but they c;in't claim any distance record. They picked a .spot on the Bosporus Strait, where the continents arc a half mile apart. The currents there it re s w i f t and tricky, however. So it was something of a feat for Ambassador George Mctihce and Sen. Husscll B. Long ( D - L a ) . Others paddlinc along were Mrs. McGhcc. t-.vo McGhec children. ugcr said- t h a t the Lmulovinenl se- ,-sccmid day with i n d i r a t i o n s that I a "d Mrs. Martha H u n t , the am- curity Division pnid o u t ' t o Wa.'-h-' s t i l l another day w i l l be r e q u i r e d ' bassndor's .secretary. A rowboat iMRton and Marii.-.un County e l i g i : lo r n m p l c t e its deliberations. accompanied each swimmer. bl- unenip-n.vr.i u o r k r r s a total of = The j u r y was summoned by Cir- \ unemployment insur- ciiil .ludge Waupin " McCormickMove Seen As Helpful To Democrats Would Drive Wedge Between Toft And Gen. E senhower dd, III. - Gov. Ad- rters tried «· " ..... ' «»- ·'- '!» i n t o reported p r i m a r y election ir- . regularities and hasty marriage For the same period, the man- Practices met Jirre today for t h e ; Scn ,, , u , rl A Tn)1 (| , ohi , , n (h|1 ' \'2 in ,'inrc. '· Thrso payment s," Carter plained, "went l a r g e l y i n t o the coinmunily stoics of the arc.i for fond, It) pay the rent ami u t i l i t i e s | Corporation. The judge then gave " 1 12 to file additional information necessary to appeal his decision to the Supreme Court. However, Judge Dodge said the additional information would not alter his decision that the finance company was guilty of usury. Judge Dodge ruled in favor of Robert L. Wisdom and E. E. Green. Green charged in his complaint that $75.8o was deducted from a $432 loan he got from the company. Wisdom said he obtained i'.vo ;' loans, the first was 5360 and the I second for 5540 from Family Fi- I nance. He said a total of $342.75. . find other necessities of life, which . - . reported Washington County pay-- Carter said t h a t ' d u r i n g the past ! has had its beneficial cfk'i I on the ' !'« roll, as covered by the employ-, eight month.-: K a y e t t e v i l l e area cm- «·"»--··' --·---- ~ r "·- ''"' nient security law. amounted to plovers hired 4.97-1 workers $3,770,497 in the f o u r t h quarter a ? ; through the Favpttcillc employ- compared with $3,065,632 of a year j menl n f f i r r in lhe professional, earlier. During the period there j technical, clerical, sales, skilled were 784 covered employers and l a n d unskilled- categories. Of the 7,096 workers. number placed. 1.818 were women, Non - manufacturing Industries, 807 veterans and 241 physically paid out $2.686,535 in wages to 4 , - ' handicapped. ·Judge Maupin Cumrninfis p i i i K - J p a l l y to iiwestityitc charges I ex- of vote irregularities in the Domo- j (·mule primary of J u l y '23. In that f i i s l b n l l o l i n q ! Mr-Math, long a Madl- j general economy of the area. Carter raid there is a demand for KlciioKraphcis. secretaries, clerk-typist.';, and- (rcncial o f f i c e workers. For the pai.t !-c\ oral months there lias been ;ni urgent · need f u r those wnrUt.r. :ui in ex- | cess of the local supply, he re- · ported. ' i. Thomas Heads Movement To Holel Al $ tam P* Burnj Propose State Road Program Bul Guejls Are Safe Herbert L. Thomas of Fayeltc- i ville, vice chairman of tlie Arkan- '. £i ir\M\/ ·595 ' Highway A u d i t Commission.' 1 U l " V has accepted leadership of a citi- I zens' movement being organized I to study the state's highway pro- j gram and rc.ummend changes in : the program. · i Thomas said today he will call i together a committee rhoscn from j leading Arkansas citizens to con- ; duct the study. Us findings \vi!l j be lurned over to the Highway · A u d i t Commission, which w i l l in turn present recommendations to 'the Arkansas General Assembly ; Stamp. 1 ;. Avk.-(/P)-Fii c 1 Heytroy- j ed "the 30-room European liotel, ! Stamps' largest building. last rnirf- i night, endangering "the lives nf the The day a f t e r Use primary Sheri f f Hcrry Dennry reported lie had received complaints dealing w i t h Dm manner in which the voting was conducted. He t;aid the com- plaintr, came from county residents who felt some election officials wore unqualified and t h a t many people were permitted -even urged -- to vote although they had not paid a poll tax. In addition, the list of voters in War Eagle township, which includes Huntsville and is tho county's largest precinct, reportedly disappeared. This Hr.t, showing every voter who cast a ballot jn the precinct, is required by law to be posted at the polling place and a copy filed with the county,clerk. Expanded Bus Service In City Announced More Than 100 Add tionol Blocks Added To Routes Nc\v schedules for city buses will go into effect in' Fayrttovllle Saturdav. nrovhling service to school children and covering more than 100 a d d i t i o n a l Works, the R e p u b l i c a n ran];!. They cited the defection of Col. J Robert n McCormick, editor and publisher of the Chicago Tribune, , us an n^u in thrlr effort to cap( turc the vital Midwrst in the , presidential race. McCormick has advised Kepub- j licans lf» ignore both party candl- i diitcs and concentrate on electing t GOP members of Congress m prc- t paration for a third- party presidential effort in 1935. | A Stevenson aide declared he 1 regards this as a ''major break" 8 for the Democratic nominee in U - 1 linois, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Iowa, where the Tribune circu- · laics widely. These lour stales form the heartland- of * Midwest-» cm area where Prsldcnt Trumin! won victory in 1948. t The Stevenson aidr caid he be-" lievcis McCormick's views will eN* fcrt m*ny Rcpublcin« who supported Taft for the nomination, 1 and still are angry that Ebenhow-J or won in Chicmto on the issue , . University City Transit Compuny ! that Tart's backers had "stolen";. announced today. ' i delegates In Southern states. Service On Tap In Vienna The Stevenson camp apparently Howard w. YotmMn president: tathers made no mention of color including the balance of the first I ° J skin - _ , i locn, was deducted from the sec- I Eisenhower told his Little Rock j nncl loan ( i aU "Wem'ust approach group prob- i The Supreme Court recently i lems in the spirit of cooperation j ri:lcd t n a l 'he small loans act and readiness to accept the re-1 under which Fiimily Finance op- sponsibilities by each of us thatlerates is unconstitutional in that are group In character. "If we do not do that, then there comes that creeping tide of law, icntral law, that finally results in it allows interest charges on loans in excess of the legal 10 per cent limit. Family Finance based its defense the ground that it complied with the small loans law--Act 203 of the 1951 General Assembly. thcall-powerful state and we do it because we are regimented." Another Trip Planntd It was disclosed that a second Southern trip will come up later. In Little Rock, Eisenhower told a big crowd: "There is a mounting mass of I..., . _ . ·vidence to show that you are in no With TrMinfl RrjfV one's column, that you are not a """ "·«""» ·»"»« captive precinct, and you are going to express your judgments and your decisions as you see fit." He hammered at deficit spend- Market Holds Steady ing, high taxes, and the need for a program that will lead to world peace. But the main theme of every ipeech revolved around the phrase ; 'that mess in Washington." Eisenhower pictured the Republicans as the only party which could clean up corruption. He said that his Democratic opponent, Stevenson, couldn't do it because he owes his nomination to the Truman administration. Eisenhower's Southern audiences cheered when he turned loose on the administration and called for a change. There were shouts of "Pour it on!" and "Give 'em hell, Ike!" whenever he attacked the administration. Contact Awarded For University Equipment The University today awarded a contract to Parkin Printing and Lithographing Company of Little Rock for laboratory equipment for the botany and '.jacteriology department. Parkin submitted a bid of $57,635.27, which was the lowest of the firm bids submitted. The bids wcrt opened yesterday afternoon, ·nd contract was awarded this morning. Delivery will be marie within 120 days. The equipment will be installed la the department's new quarters lit Old !fain. Formerly ihe de- p a r t m e n t used the laboratory in the Collcae of Agriculture. Object of the movement is a remodeling of Arkansas road statutes to develop a long-range, m t e g i a t ed, efficient highway program for the state. Thomas said the citizens' group, which he will appoint, will represent all areas of Arkansas. He said he felt the recommendations Vienna - Vienna telephone own- . j;^" ^^VVarlcv''^^^ crt'Vo I n instructing the jury Monday, crs w i l l soon have their d a i l y ^^ ^ · \- r ' -Judgf C u m r n i n g s charged the chuckle guaranteed. By d i a l i n q a n ,*, · ! ! , ' , , ,, | n a n r l tn '"TMstigalc reports that . . . . . n , " i Ruwell said h e found lhe o w n - ' t e e n a g e r s were seeming marriage certain number they will be a b l c . P i . M , . anf \ jvi n; . \v. n. Y n r - ! lirensrs in Madison County, a n d , to hear the "Joke Of The Day", bmugh, groping their v:ny in lhe : t h a t licenser, were being issued a l l recited by an experienced h u m - darkness to the telephone switch- o(ltl hours of the day and night. board. The trooper find the Yar- : "· * broufihs got the four guests, only ; R A -- r |. Af f ,.L Aff ones at the liotel. out .safely. KCpOllS Ul jUD (III Fire spread q u i c k l y through lhe ', Service w i l l be Artried at four ; "°" 5 in a m e . points and will be curtailed at one 1" lhis connection. It waa dis- point | closed that representatives of thq Additions to the service will be;' I 11 !' 10 ' 5 K0vcrno1 . |! ad ln , ad « «"· ,, . . , ; ful canvasses at the situation in. To North Garland as far a« the ohlo alll j rcturned here with op-' orist, according to Vienna reports. Ijrcss Another Recess Called In Armistice Talks timlstlc reports, Ohio's Democratic. Gov. Frank Lauachc, a provcr, vote-getter, is running for rcclcc-^ Mission-j Uon and is opposed by Republican.' i office were on lhe ground floor. I 'drawn up should he non-political, and that the citizens' group would j Munsan, Korea - iiP) - Korean armistice negotiators today ended be of aid to the Audit Commission l o n e recess and called another af- in preparing an unbiased, noil- j tcr the U. N. command suggested political plan-and in supporting , lhat l h e communists really don't the plan when the legislature is asked to act on it. Arms Delivery Hits New Peak In July Wa ., hi ,,j,, on .,/p Krhc N a v y says it has investigated reports of an ' unidentified submarine off Alas' ka but is planning no f u r t h e r ac- i lion. j "There was a reported contact i University Farm once ;»n hour | and more often at school traffic times; Separate runs for Boulevard and Veterans Hos- j Charles Taft, brother of; the seha pital routes, w i t h the hospital bus 1 lor. continuing north as far as thn city limits in;-tend of turning around at the hospital; To South' Washington Street and vicinity oast of .Teffarson School: in the Alaskan area," Navy Out Mission Boulevard to the intersection with the Old Wire T« Trivcl W»t Stevenson, preparing for thn. start of a Western trip, lurround-* ed with mystery the topics hfc will discuss on his initial tour ap-1 pearance at Denver tomorrow Aides slid they coulrt not com! ftoad. excent in mornin? and " H ni(; nt on reports he will answers' Thomas is president of the want to end tnc fighting. The delegates met for fil W a s h i n g t o n - ( / P . - T h e govern- spokesman .said. "An investigation! , rt 5 h t - t w , , mcnt reported today that deliver- : fcvealed that no conclusions arc tcnrf tQ Fairvjcw ^ omet crv i ies of planes, tank. 1 ;, guns, nnd am- practicable. No f u r t h e r action is m i n - i m u n i t i o n for defense reached a contemplated." Thc on 'y cutback in service c n n - 1 lhat it is time for Washington. One associate said the govcrnof change 1:' t New York - (/P) - The slock market pursued a steady course today with trad-ing brisk. Thersl was considerable milling about b y ] prices over a narrow course with i only a few breaking out of a frac- | tional range, almost entirely on the up side. Railroads were mixed. Steel, motors, coppers, utilities, airlines, and rubbers were narrowly mixed with changes of an eighth or a quarter. Harlan County Miners End Extended Walkout Harlan, Ky.-(/Pi-More t h a n half of Harlan County's 10,000 coal miners were back at work today after a two-day unnuthorlzeri extension of a 10-day memorial period. The original mcmorinl period was called by John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers of America, in honor of miners killed or injured in the pits ended officially Monday. The Harlan miners had notified mine operators they would not return to work u n t i l a federal inspection of the pits was made. Nn mention of the inspection was made when the miners returned today, however. Hl(h Orriciili Fired Vienna, Austria-f/TVBtilgaria's Communist government hn« fired two more high officials--Foreign Trade Minister Dlmiter Ganev «nd Agriculture Minister Nicola Stnilov. Date of the committee's first meeting will be announced later. Indian Police Fire On Mob Attacking Hospital Bombay. India - OT*) - A attacked the largest hospital ii Hyderabad today, and police ii the South I n d i a n state's capita opened fire for the third l i m e in 24 hours. Reports indicated casualties were heavy. Thc mob demanded delivery of the bodies of two persons killed ycst cray in a denwnst ration against the government of the state, which is a center of Com- mimiri a n i v i t y . Police had impnsrd a f t i s i - to dawn c u r f e w nnd j i a l r n l i r d the capital's streets throughout the Student Officers Get Together Poultry Market -- The poultry m a r k e t inrlay as reported by the University of Arkansas Institute of Science and Technology and the Dairy and Poultry M a r k e t News Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Noi Ihwf-?t A v k a n s n * area: M a r - ket about Mcady to stvly; do- nianrt f a i r l y good; o f f o i i n g s on No Change Reported In U.S. Polio Incidence Washington - (iPi - The Publi. each time. Vounkin pointed out that, although service has been promised to the Parksdale addition, it cannot be inaugurated until the oav- ing there is completed. I t will be started then, he said probably a ,, , h s , f hj h k · parl of the Hjghwayjl South run. | rcportcd a rccofd ou , brealt * polio across the country. a n » nounced today that there has bee^ no major change in the incidence, of the disease. Last week, the agency reportl ed a total of 3.503 new cases !· the 4fl states, the heaviest out; break in any week in the histor; Dr. Paul McCain Named Arkansas College Head report. for the purvey announced toda? and these states listed a total of 3. 1 168 cases fnr the week. The sam 44 state* reported 3,180 cases i week ago. i Little Rock-f/pj-A 32-ycar-olri history professor at a small j Georgia college i s t h e new . . . dent of Arkansas Co!]o«c- at BatPF- i of lhc a * cne ' 5 5Urvc - v - villn, a Southern Presbyterian' On] * 44 stalps scnl Church fichool. A r k a n s a s College's Board of Trustees yesierriav announced the appointment of Dr. Paul M. McCain lo succeed Dr. John I). Kpragins, who retired July I after 10 years as head of the college. Dr. McCain has been professor nf liistorv nt Brcnau College in Gainesville. GH., for the past two year.-.. A veteran of World War II. ho t a u g h t m i l i t a r y history at the U. S. Military Academy for t w o years. Thc new president is the son of J. H. McCfiin, pioidciil emeritus Ga. He received M. A. and Ph. D. degrees f r o m Duke University, Department Cancels Order For Graders i l.ntlc Hock - i/I") - Th« Ark«r x ( is Highway Commission todii decided not to purchase 13 mot* CcnrtrU In War Room Tok.vo-(/»'i-Ocn. Douglas ry yesterday declared the actlrii ll|p£«l. State Highway Direct^ Orval Kaubus said purchase ol tiers for the traders would not I Issued. Murry laltt the Hiihwi ·dvertlsing t t id name wai lllcgi

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