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   Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - July 17, 1952, Fayetteville, Arkansas                               PAGES TODAY 12 Read by ovtr 25.000 Daily 10CAI Ttvt'levillf inrl ttcinjty mostly r.itjdv with iclltfred Jhowfn tonljh- tomorrow. Cantlniwd mild fn Hlfh T< Iw TO noon 71 Sunrijs '.5, iiinlet 1.03 Interest Is Tfce Wrif Concern Of This Newspaper VOIUME 90, NUMIER 304 Auoclatod Prau LnMd Win FAYITOVIUl AtKANSAS THUKSDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1952 AP, King and NEA fortvnt Drouth Group To Decide On County Plans Committee Is Named To Talk Over Situation Meeting Scheduled At Courthouse Tomorrow Night A drouth committee composed of representatives from every sec- tion of the county has been set up by the county Agricultural Planning Committee to work with 1 the county agent and other inter- ested people in assisting farmers who are in need of feed, seed, and fertilizer because of the current drouth. The committee will meet Missing tomorrow at 8 p.m. with R. AT. Wilson, Route 3, Prairie Grove, vice chairman of thc county Planning Committee, presiding. Definite plans will be made to fit the needs of the farmers of the county. Subjects to be discussed at this meeting include the purchasing of hay to be shipped into the county; securing seed to be planted at this time for fall feed crops: a fall and winter pasture program; the need to have Washington County established by the Department of Agriculture area. as a drouth-stricken Decline In Buying j Power Reported; Washington The average! American family made more in i 1951 than it did the year j bul it was worse off because rising prices and climbing taxes more than wiped out Ihe gain in income.' The ederal Reserve Board said yesterday its survey of consumer finances showed that average tola! income of "spending ly in 1950 to 53840 in 1951 a rise of: about nine per cent. But consumer prices also went up nine per cent wiping out the income gain. And increased taxes tipped the scales against the average family cutting buying power below the previous McMathToSpeak At Wedington Celebration Event Scheduled Saturday Afternoon As Rood Dedication Gov. Sidney McMath, candidate for a third term subject to the Democratic primaries this sum- mer, will be principal speaker at a three-county rally Saturday starting at 1 p. m., at Lake Wed- ington. The event is held as a celebration of 37 miles or hard surfacing of High-.vay 16, both east and west of Fayctteville, in Ben- ton. Washington anil Madison counties, and is sponsored by Highway 16 Improvement Assoc- iation. Frank Giles is president of the association, and Paul Mari- noni is secretary. Resdents of the three counties are invited to take their lunch and picnic in the main area at the I lako, where tables and chairs will I be put up. Cold drinks will be served free. This part of thc or- casion is to start at 1, with the1 governor to speak at 2 o'clock. The observance marks the; completion of four miles on the j........ highway east of Siloam Springs, I Murr.v- already battling it out! 10 miles west out of Fayctteville to! witn Sicl McMath politically, to-j the lako, and 23 miles from Elkins i sought permission to oppose to St. Paul. j 'he governor in the courtroom. Former Chancellor Lee Seam- askcd Chancery j ster of Fayetteville. who served i urt to him as at-i the governor as legislative secre- i ey 10 flght McMath's suit to Russell Seeks Support Of Truman In Nomination Bid Johnny Comes Marching Not Alone Murry Seeks To Take Part In Tax Suit Asks Court Order Allowing Him To Enter McMath Case Little Gen. Ike nautical tary during the last two sessions of the legislature, will introduce McMath, and Orval Faubus, news- paper publisher of Huntsville and former member of thc Arkansas Highway Commission, will act as master of ceremonies. Reds Move Prisons To Target Area ma.Titl ul l irlllunlL-s. been missing from his Pa-adena. The governor is expected in Calif, home for a week and his Fayctteville by air Saturday morn- wife fears he has been kidnaped inK and win'be met y, becausc he knows military secrets. gation at Drake Fieid She ro.rened his drivers license rpond several hours in Fayetteville and a will ,n lhe mail a day after visiting friends and acquaintances, he disappeared. driving ,Q lunch and road dedication cere- monies. District and county candidates will be afforded an opportunity I to make announcements before the governor speaks. Series Of Robberies In City Continue have moved their prize captive. U.! Police records revealed this S. Maj. Gen. William F. Dean, morning that thc O. K. and Mi- froin a prisoner of war camp at i 'afi.v Cleaners at 14 North Block the bomb-shattered capital of Street was burglarized for the sec- vnie; vomey i-arKor, ttouie n, Pyongyang to another camp in i time this week shortly before Fayettcville; Joe S. Reed. Route North Korea, but did not give the j midnight last night. The report Benton County and Crawford County have asked for federal aid as drouth-stricken communities, hut opinion is said to be divided in this county as to the necessity of such a move here. Considerable discussion of the problem is j planned tomorrow night. The following farmers have been named to the committee: R. M. Wilson, vice chairman. Prai- rie Grove; S. H. Pitts, Lincoln; .7. G. Buchanan, Route. 3, Prairie Grove; Bill Venable. Route 2. Lin- coln; Clifford Glenn. Route i, Summers; H. L. Gilbreath, Sunv mers: Frank Garrett, Route 3, j Prairie Grove; I Munsan, Korea Thc M. C .Gibson .Route 1, Farm- Communists today said they ington: E. A. Teter, Route 4, Fay- etteville; Ewing .Jackson, Route 4, Fayetteville; C. C. Hawloy, Route 4. Fayetteville: Lester Elliott, Route 6. Fayette- ville; Volney Parkor, Route fi, S942 in state income which McMath claims he over- paid. Murry said that was his job under the law, but that Revenue Commissioner Carl Parker had refused to turn the case over to him. McMath's suit. In which Parker is the nominal defendant, hasn't been set for trial. It is highly im- probable that It will be- tried until after the approaching Democratic primaries in which McMath, Mur- ry and three others are candidates for governor. In his petition Murry points nut that Parker is a McMath ap- pointee. Murry declared that the inter- ests of state are directly in- volved in tht litigation and that! the itate "is the real party de-! fcndsht." Hi said that Parker! j legally was required to certify I McMath's complaint to the al-i toniey general "for attention and defense." hut that Parker had re- fused to do this. If Chancellor Frank H. Doduc. in whose division of court the Georgia Senator Sternly Opposes Strong FEPC Asserts President Probobly Yet To Choose Favorite By JACK BEU. Chicago Sen. Richard B. Russell of Gcorsi.1 bid today for ihc support of Prenldent Truman in his race for the Democratic presidential nomination. urged Into tho party content by anti-Truman Southern silent for the time being on the preil- dent's fighting declaration againlt any convention "betrayal" of his political creed. But the Georgian said he ex- pects Truman to make known his choice of a candidate early In thc .list Democratic National Convention opening Monday. "I am nnt sure that President Truman knows yet who that man will Huiscll said. "I would be vory happy to have his sup- port and that of any good Demo- crat." Truman said In a message to ---------------------delegates made public last night wcn' to Europe I" years ago as n bachelor soldier arrived I lnsl "'here must be no betrayal in Iscwjork aboard the liner Queen Klizabeth-his stains considerably altered. He and his wife I Deal and the Fair Maria Theresa, whom he married in Austria in 1946, walk with their seven children on the liner's i Deal" by the convention, deck. Left lo right arc: Herbert, four; Evelyn Yan Van .-oven- John H. wane, Jr., a Bo.sloni.in who burfta 10- Wolfgang n. Wal- Florence, five; and Peter, I wo. Three of Ihe youngsters arc the WalteV own three are Mr an< Kvclyn' wh'OT Austrian mother wore killed in nn auto accident, was adopted. Waite remained in Europe alter physicist with Army occupation forces. the war Taking this cue, Northern Democrats and Negro spokesmen told platform drafters today thJt Convkl Paroled July 9 Shot To Death By Truman May Housewife In Texarkana; Inquest Slated Go Bock To J; Job Saturday Springdale; W. C. Russell, Route j new location. 1, Springdale; Joe Pianalto, Route j change of letters by liaison cors- of the United Nations Com- mand and Communist truce teams did not disclose how the thieves The disclosure came in an ox- onlcred lhe building or what was taken. C. Q. Russell, Cano Hill; Carl Kidd. Route 1, Cane Hill; Otis Quinton, Route 1. West Albert Litterill. Knringdale; N. W. at Tanmunjom. Thc Red letter told of a largo- ni8ht and that in mon- scale prisoner transfer involving cy and otncr sma" i-. laL-on Earlier this week the cleaning establishment reported to police that the place was broken into Smith. Fayetteville; Bill Guten- tohn, Springdale; Horace Cloer. Route 2. Spring- dale; Nolan Johnson. Route 2. Springdale; Odis Cardwell. Route 8. Fayetteville: Vincent 'Shaver, SprngVa ley Fred ArcherT Route "C communication do- 2 Springdale W. E. Cate, Route Banded nn accounting of 1.881 1 Favottevillp- missing U. TV soldiers believed in change was taken. The Ludwick Conoco station on West Dickson Street also reported Thc Allied communication do- i that had broken into that 1 fj81 establishment last night. Nothing Dean, former commander of thc j U. S. 24th Infantry Division, and numerous Korean captives. j was taken and there was no mon- in the cash register at the time, McMath suit is pending, grants the petition, Murry will replace; Revenue Department Attorney G. T. Ward, who has been repre- senting Parker. Murry attached to his petition a list of citations whirh he said supported his position in the matter. civilian research I strong- civil rights plank i) not approved, the parly will face thc possibility of a widespread movement in stay away from the polls In November. Rep. Adam Clayton Powell of New York spoke for the Negroes and Stanley Gcwirtz for Amer- icans for Democratic Action ele- ment of the party, AIOM with rare Ruuell made It clear he won't go along with any plank which would call for a compulsory Tali mv wiiKc-r jiern jios- Employment Practices Commis- aides said today. They re- slnn bringing greater relief to hav fev-1 Rl'lc" ;i -'2 gauge shot- j ported he expects to get back to i HC also denounced as "Hag rule' er suffers is available throughout "1 attempt- the White Mouse by Saturday. Thc I a proposal sponsored by the president entered the others to permit a bare major- Fewer Sneezes Necessary Philadelphia W) A now drug s; greater relief to hay fev- j kl'lctl Wllh Texarkana, Ark. Of) Coroner C. L. Winchester said nn Inque., would be held today in the fata Plane Hits House In Los Angeles, Four Die the country for the coming rag- weed season. Phenergan Hydm- chloride, originally developed in France and produced here by Wyeth. Inc., a Philadelphia phar- maceutical houyp, has been re- ported "far superior to those ob- tained with any other antihistamic agent." Dr. N. E. Silbert of Lynn, Mass., who tested the drug under clinical observation, said thcre was a or.iblc response within half an hour in 98 cases out of 102. led to force his way Into a home; here. Millor County Chief Deputy Sheriff Tillmnn tnhn- 'H M Myrtle Hake. 33. has admitted firing tho Kim at Martin as he tried to break in a door. She was arrested but no charges were filed and Coroner Wmche.sler said "it sounds like justi -Johnson said polac that Martin was a friend of her husband's and crime to their home yesterday morning. He loft when she refused to admit him. She said Martin returned: 1 Favetteville' ..no-mib u. ,1. uciiuvuu in B-n Clark, Elkins: Hugh Wil- Communist stockades. The U. N. cash .iams, Elkins; Herman Stoken- i command said it has been making j lno-v bury. Elkins: M. G. Cassidy, Dur- I the request since December with i ham; R. B. Crouch, Route 6, Fay- "totally unsatisfactory" results. fer in notifying the U. N. that p r "T" otteville: The Allies answoroH similar thnv ,h... house was set afire and a taking off in a soupy fog, crash-; cd into a house today. The sher- i iff's office said four bodies were i taken from the plane. The nnoc- I Los Angeles light Qjgj JQ Save Californians hospital yesterday. He is under- which he was afflicted Sunday. .Joseph Short, the president's saiu -ii Truman is homicide hllsv over thc srcat Hake told' numbcr nt hills Passed in the -.-los- ing days of Congress and still re- quiring his .vlgnaturc. lie has about bills to KO. Mrs. Truman arrived by train rciurnca flom Mo. in tho afternoon and began curs-'. hospital, David Henson, Route 1, Fayctic- request from the Communists for of war camps and ville; Vernon Matnis, Springdale; an accounting of Allied-hold ones. Four of the n oy, iite they had abolished three prisoner 1 set up six new lew ones are at neighboring home was damaged by flying rtebris. ,M JiMii_'u-iifiu rour 01 me new ones are at j i f, prisoner, with information on al, or near Pyongyang, target of a J Clement, Uced. Summers; A. Prairie Grovr; Albert Baker, West Fork; Don- aid Weaver, Route 1. West Bill Eichcr, Sprinfidalo; Earnest' Holcomb, Route 3, Springdale; Clint Meadows, Fayotteville: Dick Johnston, Route 8. Fayetteville; John Grain, Springdale; Sam Couch, Sprinpdale; R. D. Goff. Fayetteville; Harvey Monk, Route j 2, Bcntonville; Calvin Johnson, j Springdale; B. B. Brogdon, Spring- i dale; Glen Walker. Springdale; Law- rence Pool, Route 1, Hindsville; i Bob Joiner, Route 1, Hobson Graham, Hailcy Sales Company, Fayetteville; O. L. An- drews. Highway 71 N., Fayctte- ville; Charles G. McClelland, Cane Hill; and James Irwin, Clyde. Others interested are invited. Collins Leaves Japan Malsushima Air Base Northern Japan-WVGcn. J. Lawton Collins U. S. Army rhief of staff, left here hy air last night for Alaska. He is en route back tn the United States j following an inspection tour of Korea, destructive Allied The Reds announced his trans- week. last Chicago Scene It's The Law It Is hereafter unlawful lo oper- ate any automobile, truck, motor- cycle, or other gasoline propelled vehicle without completely muf- fled engine exhaust So called "72" mufflers shall be; unlawful as are extended ex- haust pipe or pipes unless cx- haus-t passes through a proper functioning muffler. Tines are from to on con- many days of a plane hitting house in this area. A Navy pilot was killed late yesterday when his disabled jet hit a Santa Ana homv whose occupants were out shop- ping. Today's crash took place as the craft left Northrop Airport, not far from busy International Air- port, the city's main landing field. Plane Overshoots Field And Ends Up On Street Fort Braniff Air- v.'ay plane, coming in for a land- Ing at Meacham Field here late last night, overshot a runway and finally came lo a stop at thc edge: o! North Main Street. Thc DC-3 two-motor pl-jne, car- rying 18 passengers and a crew of three, partially knocked down a fence and came to rest with the, front of the plane protruding on i the street. No one was reported injured, and damage to the plane i was described as rr.iaer. It did not overturn. I threatening hor and kicking j thc door when she would not permit him to enter. She laid she sent lhe children and a neighbor j oul tho hack and fired tho gun through the lion! door, i Martin staggered backwards off the porch and died. Police Chief Max Tacketl said Martin was paroled hy thc state Santa Ana, Navy pilot, who apparently could have hailed out yesterday tried to fly his disabled jet fighter away from a populous residential district and i' i i died when it crashed into a home.; T Bn-r" v.'as re- Witnesscs said the twin-jet Han- i 'T been shoe lost a tip a. about ''nfr ,nr Texarkana 0011 fool. The pilot attempted tn 'SrkC" saltl- keep the ship under control. Hut it swooped low trco tops and finally plunged through Ihc roof and front wall of tho Rny Sledman homo, demolishing it. Stodmari and liis wife woro a-.'.ay. Mrs. McCallom, sitting in the living room of hor homo acm.'..- the strool. was seriously injuic'l where her husband occupies the presidential suite. She declined to discuss the president's health. Short said Truman's physician, Maj. Gen Wallace H. Graham. expects the president's tempera ture "may so up a teeny little hit lo off Senate filibusters A two-thirds vote of the Senate': entire membership Is now requirec lo shut off debate. The Gcorgie senator predicted J compromise civil lights piank wil be adopted which won't Htlsf; anyone fully but will be one 01 which "all the Democrats ran de together." He said it was "highi. improbable" thcre would be an. Democratic bolt this year. Russell moved closer to Truma and support of the "Fair Deal program yesterday by denouncin the Taft-Hartley Jaw, which n helped enact over Truman's vcti Kefauver Uriel Fllht Sen. Estes Kcfauver of Tonnes sec, peoples' choice ft nomination, called for a figh this afternoon, as it has what he labeled "Republica been doing since Sunday. Truman isolationism and reaction." had no fevor ihis morning. j In wordr, that paralleled Tru Short reported tho president man's official message to the cor went to thc hospital not because vcntlon delegates, Kefauver di run- clarcd yesterday: by flying wreckage. Harriman Would Aid Going To Danes Keep Far More Polio Cases In Nation This Year Washington lil'i Tho Public Health Service fiday reported I.- 017 now casos nf infantile paraly- sis in tho nation last week. That was 67 per cent above tho fJ2l tho weok ended .fuly 5. The new n-poit bn.unht the total for the "di.sea.se year'1 ihc j period .slartmg with ihc week i-ndcd April .1.032. In tho poak vcar r.n far for lopoiled of his nines', hut to facilitate nine; medical tests. Might Term It IrOn LUDQ PartV' Kefauver lead.im the "Associate Prc.-s I.MS Angeles It was a ..special hahy shower yesterday for Mrs. Retly Seymour. 24, .1 polio victim. Mrs. Seymour, vthn experts "Tho- Democratic party mu. continue to be the liberal, pn Rrrssive parly of the nation. V. retreat on either loreig poli'v or in the domestic field Kefauvrr I.eadi In Delegates auver loads in the delecate tabulation 2.' voles to IJU'i for Russell. bas( in pledges of support and know preferences. Mutu Security Director Averell Harr man. an all-out supporter of Tn baby in about a month, har, been policies, is running third w confined to an iron lung at tho votes. It takes 616 to win. General Hospital since May 28 Trvm.in s.nd in his messaje, Three- other respirator patients! Prmted in the official conve decided on the party. Nurses llon Program handed to everyoi wheeled their iron lungs to the man, mutual security admini: tra- lor tt-dly iccornmonde'i poliomyelitis cases the total foi i door of Mrs tho same period was only .1.873. they could watch hoi open the to President Truman that whidl to Denmaik not bo cut off bo- lllM I'lankols. dothos and rattlos. cause thc Danes sold a tanl-.oi Russia. Poultry Market The poultrj todsjr an rt- i ported by the University of of Science .nd' Technolorjr the Dairy and: Poultry Market News Servict at, U. S. Department of Afrlcul-. turt. Northwest Arkansas mark Mi firm, offerings light all points, truck demand generally good, processinf demand trading light; trading centered at 32 cents today with occasional lots heavy sizes at lop of price range. .of the I..i7il delegates, that uthcv polnieal party has "done much, so well for so many peoplt Barkley Hrm In Stand Vice President Alben W. ley, whose 74 years may not st from becoming a formidat for the presidential nor malign, echoed tho president's d mand that the party stand on record in office Reciting what he Bald we Chandler Aru.-M'.-Thr South J k-.l'.Tho similar si.uahon" would exist in CnosTand "he JSf Parilio passongrr Iram. ,ho dm-cio, tho vole for governor ploved, Barkley "aid the mpmal, struck an empty DwlKhl of Ho said that -iop cratic party earnedI co larm iruok al a cro-.sisE 14 miles i depends sornox.hat on whom Ihe, Candidate Ji-lf Spi-ck of French-, fidence o..... Stuttgart Resident Chosen To Direct Train Hits "Gas" Truck But Nobody is injured Campaign For Eisenhower In Arkansas southeast of here yesterday, de- railing a section of tho Iram an-I Democrats nominate" whethi. Arkansas will go Republican in v. S. Kerr o, Oklahoma ..TToTln1 a Umcagooel Id Ordinance No. 711, pa.wd hy, room as he holds an informal news conference. Korr said he Is' p. m hroilers and frvrr, all Ihe Fjyrltrvllle Cily Council Au-ion-tain TroMdont Truman not me- In Kerr'i bid for the. 32.11 con S. proirtenlinl nomination. pound, moMly Injuring nine persons. None of tho lhe November cieclinns. injured was reported in serious Verne L. Tlndall of Stultgart, condition. The fast movng westbound Irain. powered hy two locomotive sliced lhe truck in two and who was named campaign direct- or by the slate fiOP Executive s Committee ycstord.iv, said that If tho OomooiaU nominate a linued almost a half mile pnit tho ornor. hr more diflinilt" to crash sceno before a damaged row- win Iht oalchtT rippei' up 100 feel of irark and flipped both engines over en (heir nidnt. tho gcnoial. tan's Davou would have a licltcr, Ma; Get chani-o against some of the fuel The president, counted cut men seeking the Democratic; the nomination picture here i nomination than he would against tor McKinney's statement run agr 11 nv vs 11 3 SlfltCl others, hut he wouldn't say whom; Is determined not to he hoped would be nominated. j hasn't given any Indication A slate headquarters he opened hore soon and a Steering, Commiltoo will be named for Tmdall CONTWUID ON PAQI i said. MM.i "llut I don't ihmk they're goins i Kiank MrOilllrmly of Milvern! wllh .nd in rhooso anyone from Iho South." w.i., olortod head of tho Women's' derslormj this njternooj, tajh findall said that somewhat, Division. 1 and tomorrow)   

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