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   Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - July 18, 1952, Fayetteville, Arkansas                               8 PAGES TODAY RMd by over Daily 10CA1 ,nfl vlcln irmijht ana tomo r no Im i Huh 71 noon lortay Jo, 70 Sunru. j is. 7.32. VOLUME 90, NUMBER 305 Tfce Public fefertsf It The firtt Concern Of Tfcii Newspoptr Wlra MKANSAS. fHIDAY JUIY H, 1952 AP, Kinf NCA Fcatum Truman May Seize Steel Under Draft Law Trio Missing, May Be Captives Of Hunted Men i i 11 I I InfiAr I _ i i ------............_.. Search Under Way In Hills Of Oklahoma Brothers Of Leflore County Sought By Sizable Posse Poteau, Three men Prize Winner, But Stumped On Next Step Springfield, Kamp a radio official, won a prize at a picnic tons of rocks. I" Kamp wants the prize he'll have to haul them a-.vay from thc Athens Stone Company which do- nated the rocks. "It's the first thing I ever won in my said Kamp, who i added he's open to suggestions on ire missing today and Oklahoma V state highway patrolmen believe whal to do the they may be hostages of two men who beat up a patrolman near here yesterday. A posse of Oklahoma and Ar- kansas officers are searching the rain-drenched Poteau Mountains of Eastern Oklahoma for the men who beat and escaped from Trooper Otto Rauch. Road blocks have been thrown up at Fort Smith and border roads are be- ing searched. Sought in the beating are two LeFlore County brothers, Denver and Henry R. Baker. Sheriff Jack witness to the Craig said the men had been identified by beating. Highway Patrol at Oklahoma City said Morgan, 21, no address given, rented a car in Tulsa yesterday to take his sister to a Poteau hos- pital. Two men, one a cripple, v.'erc with Morgan and his sister They were not identified. Storm Whaley To MakeNomination Will Offer Name Of Sen. Fulbright Newport, Ark. Pick- ens of Newport today said Storm Whaley of Siloam Springs will make the speech nominating Sen. McNaih Asserts July 29 Ballot Ready "Power Trust" Out To Beat Him Murry Charges Payroll Padded In One Department Absentee ballots for voting in ney McMath. Ike Murry, Francis the July 29 preferential Demo- j Cherry. Boyd Tnrkoit. cratic primary in Washington I For County, are now available. Coun- ty Clerk Roy Scott announced to- day. The ballots may be obtained at the county clerk's office in the coui (house. Scott .said they may he obtain- ed by calling at the office and voting there; by a written request to have such a ballot mailed; or In Case of illness, a pcr.son can send for the ballot which will be delivered to a husband or wife, father or mother, or sister or bro- ther of the applicant. The ballot will include offices, with names of candidates in order: After the sister was left at the hospital the men said they were going to a show at nearby Bok- chito. They have not been seen since about p. m., and the car, a maroon-colored 1952 coach, has not been located. Patrol headquarters said they are working under the assump- tion the brothers are holding the three. Rau.ch underwent surgery at a hospital here today for facial in- juries. He was reported out of danger and- recovering. The posse. led by Lt. Andy Bid- well of McAlester. searched the I rugged mountains throughout the night, guided by bloodhounds and walkie-talkie radios. Sheriff Craig said Poteau Cattle- man Kennelh Williairs, who ncssed the fight and brought Hauch to the hospital, gave this account of the incident: Williams was driving toward Poteau when he saw the men fighting in Rauch's patrol car. He stopped and ran to aid the orricer, but one of the Bakers turned a pistol on him and order- ed him to leave. Williams started for Poteau to get help, but turned back when he saw the Bakers flee. J. William Fulbright as the Demo- Headquarters! eratic candidate for president at Mickey j national convention in Chi- cago next week. Pickens said other members of the Arkansas delegation to make seconding speeches would be chosen while the group is en route to Chicago by special train. The Little Sid Mc- Math says the "power trust" in Rcneral and Arkansas Power and Light Company in particular are out to beat him for a third term. And, he declared in North Little Rock last night, AP L is willing I to "spend two million dollars" to do the job. McMath said he incurred the op- wsition of the power companies ror several reasons. Among them he said, were his support of the proposed co-operative electric steam generating plant at Ozark and his stand against an existing law which allows a utility to ob- tain a rate increase by posting an Chicago today determined to have _ mdemnitj bond. a dominant voice in next week's GOOQ At Helena last night, A'.ty. Gen. I choice of a Democratic presidential Ike Murry, one of McMath's four nominee. opponents for the Democratic i CIO President Philip Murray lanrl com miss nude A. Rankin, Ira J. Golden. C. C. Smith. For attorney general C i h Barton, Bernard Rectl. W. I. Pur- ifoy, T. .1. Gentry. For national cnrnmiltrrm.-m Noble Rabie Rhodes. Dan Cowlinp. Jr., Paul Chambors. For county A. Scott, William Bush, Richard B. Greer. The Democratic Cnunly Com- mittee is to nifc-t at the court- house in Fayetteville tomorrow lo name judges and clerks and con- duct other business. Time set for Poultrymen In Session At The University Banquet Held At Student Union; Caldwell Speaks Appointed For Holt, Sid-! the session to start is 1 Labor Aims At Big Voice In Convention Chicago (XP) -Labor leaders special will leave Little Hock to- morrow. Whaley is an alternate delegate from the Third congressional dis- trict. He is manager of Radio Sta- tion KUOA, and an executive of the John Brown schools. Pickens is slated to be elected chairman of the Arkansas delega- tion. The election will take place on the train. c iuajuuiii i limp jviun'fly nomination, charged that "payroll Janivcri as candidates were bid- padding was going on in at least ding for union support Theie one slate department and possibly were reports the CIO and the others. Its only purpose, he said, AFL might get together to back a to aid the McMath campaign. single Sen Murry pointed to tht Highway i Estes Kefauvcr of Tennessee Department's maintenance divi- For Marching Asked A banquet, attended by about persons from all parts of ihej! slate, v.-as held last niqht at thc. University KItitlcnt Union j.i iof j lo opening officially today of thc annual session of the Arkansas I'oultry Improvement Association. I President KirN Hale of Favctle- villc presided, introduced a 'num- bcr of guests, members of Ihe i Uoa'-rl Directors of ihe Assoc- I ialion. and Dr. John Tyler Cald- well, president of lhc University. In a short talk welcoming Ihe visitors to the i-.-impus, Dr. Cald- pninled to lhc need f "cen- leis of initiativp" I-, make sure belter ways lo do everything are sought. An hour's program was by Corky's Corral Gang of Grows Over Impact On Arms Production Murray Declines Comment On Secret Settlement Report Washington The White was rcnorled today to be scrinuslv considering -i plan to part of the steel industry under the re-U.eiive rcrvii-e art. j This word t-arne from a high adrninKtrative source who said ,f u s t i c e Department attorneys were Inr.trurted vestcrday altcr- j noon to prenarp papers leadine to i possible partial seizure of the in- dustry. The critical situation which has resulted from the 47-dav steel strike was disclosed veslcrday at White House meeting, nrcridcd Miss Lou named assistant home VYlmc mn for Washington hv v nKicuIUmiIntension Scnlco; john n. Ktcelma on icia is jinn County Judrjc Will TH fit'- fT" ln only IL., ii'" "'.pianis which Mil In produce un- cisiv W1, 1 ,1 Direct contract with procure- will become effective mpnt Ancles. The act Ays that VIMI.U Liang ol Wichlla IVHSS tjaKer Is being Kan., made up of TV and motlnn. lo Yell County as Washington An Army Red Bloc In India's Parliament Walks Out New Delhi. India-OT-The 27-1 Woulr1 mean savings to the tay- Averell Harriman of New York sion, where he said thit in June I son n.vhnrrf n n, u t r- June 195] lalt-tiartlcy act he helped enact fracture of bones of the ,'orefoot. Although among sol- liam Green of thc AFL. dicrs, it is sometimes seen Aides said Russell hopes to man Communist bloc in the lower house of India's Parliament walk- ed out today after the House speaker ordered one of the left- wingers to shut up or leave. The walkout, first such by the local Reds, climaxed chaotic de- bate over extension of a preven- tive detention bill used by the government to curb Communist and communal violence. The walkout came after parlia- mentary police attempted to re- move a Communist challenging the speaker's right to silence him. proposed organization of a State Hospital Council, to include heads of State Hospital, the Stale Tuberculosii Sanatorium, the Ar- kansas Crippled Children's hos- pital and the University of Arkan- sas Medical School. Closer co-operation among the hospitals and the Medical School payers and improvement in care of the indigent ill. Tackett said. Chancellor Francis Cherry gave another "talkathon" yesterday, this time over a four-station net' held with John L. Lewis of thc United Mine Workers and Wil- i picture entertainers. Thc prmrra featured vocalists, an accordionist, a ninlc tr.o, and n comic. Thc Ki'iup has appeared with Gene doctor today recommended "easier h 13urnc" Co- marches for youilR soldiers "n 'CtUres' Iraining-to help savc their feet meeting got from injury. I.t. Col Francis D lhls at thr 'of the Army's Fort University Ord, Calif., hospital reported evi-, Mi lnskn- hc'ld denee that long road marches civ- of the Uni- Yprsily of Kentucky, Dr O H AiiRusl I. I'atterson're- places Miss Mary Jane who has served as assistant home dcmonsirntinn a (rent for Ihe past Miss Baker Is being Iranr- home of en before proper conditioning of p_, new men helped cause -march iionoit M. Smith of live Unlv certain have open support from organiz- ed labor quarters in the nomina- tion battle. Some of the Georgian's barkers said they .regard Vice President Alben Barklcy as the Georgian's chief Gov. Ad- lai E. Stevenson should he brought into the race unexpected- ly. Stevenson, who probably could have the nomination at the 31st waitresses, postmen who walk a great deal, the colonel said. Asserting that in actual combat the foot soldier is seldom called upon to do long-lasting marching without let-up. Thrcadsill said. "It would appear unwise to cause march fractures by cresting con- ditions which will not be met in the field." and President Hale were heard Ihis afternoon a panel discuss-nn "S, manage- demonstration agenl. Miss Patter- son, a graduate of the College of AKricullun- ut the University, Is a native of lioonc County. Truman Soon To Return Home Political Plans Remain Unknown President Hofel In Washington Robbed; Taken "if nny such producer of sine! the responsible head or hearts thereof refuses to comply with such requirement, the president, through the secretary of defense, is authorized to take immediate possession of the plants of such producer." First Seliure Lacked Authority President Truman seized the entire steel industry last April but on June 2 the Supreme Court j ruled he lacked authority to do i and ordered the mills returned to i private ownership. The April R seizure was based on no specific law but rather on what the Justice Department said were the presi- dent's inherent constitutional powers. Former Solicitor General Philip Pcrlman told both the district and supreme courts in thp seizure case the government" had considered neizure under the selective ser- vice hut had decided the method too cumbersome and too difficult to pursue. At yesterday's White House Washington -n hunled for twn opening Sheriff Craig said Williams per- sonally knew both of the Bakers and identified them as Rauch's at- i The sheriff said a pistol and a: The Reds Womi shotgun were missing from the patrol car. and Williams said he i Berlin The Communists i saw one of the Bakers carrying i urged unmarried women today to the pistol when the brothers fled. kiss with caution. Craig said Denver Baker was under a four-year susncnded sen- tence for assaulting Police Chief Bill Cupp of Poteau. .-----...ULJU1I flriyp uns? fpok or U j from an. automobile showroom in 7T Hot Springs in dav He sluck Jack Holt indicated that he hc is running only for would lower state taxes on Indus- I "'IT w tries if he's elected, in a speech i Blrkl" last night Holt Barkley literally walked into "When I'm elected, I not only town, with home state admirers will go out of the state to bring j anrt Perspiring reporters trailing i Car And Truck Collide On Devil's Den Road lhs" rom a hole! a fvn ,lne White House after piling on Jhcir three holdup iman'j doctor fiive him the last of a series of medical tests today while Democratic politicians wait- i I ed impatiently for his dismissal from the hospital. He is expected-! ____..................... lo return to the While House to- meeting, in addition to Steclman, morrow, but has no dates to see wprc Munitions Board Chairman anybody. j John Small, National Production 1 After nearly a week's bout with j Authority Chief Henry H. Fowler, a virus Infection, the piesidcnt's Steclman's manpower chief Ar- tompcratuto had returned to nor- thur Fleming and other high offi- new industries to Arkansas, but I will help those already here bv lowering taxes." OPS Order To Boost Price Of Some Meat the 74-year-old vice president in the several-block trudge from a railway station to his hotel. His admirers sang "My Old Kentucky Home." Barkley has had organized lab- or support in his political races. fi.'rnttinc victims. I The daylight robbery occurred' du-mg the noon hour yesterday. r.-mr jusl the week's pnvrcill c-ish n- A West Fork man v.'as taken for the Roger Smith Vlotel lo Ihe Elizabeth Hospital in ployes had been brought from i IS Prairie Grove following a two-c.-r bank, frank M Kolcy f h collision on the Devil's Den road auditor, said ,nc w- shortly before B p. m.. yesterdav. unmasked Negrees about 30 The man. Loyd Crovley, was ic-! "Id- The pair, with guns en- tered the olficc from a servi-e 'trance and ordered Folcy. his and a bookkeeper in the- floor. Then they piled l-'ble and chairs on thc trio. mal Most of thc people around Tru- man profess to be in the dark about his favorite presidential c.-mrlidale. Truman's own alter- leased after his injuries v.-cie dc- tcrmined not to be serious. i Crov.-ley's piikup truck and an! automobile collided. Crov.-lev will n's appear before Municipal Judge V llr James Ptak Monday charges of, mnn w -a.-.t his SOI> lht> Donnelly Is Appointed To Succeed McCloy OPS Works. Out Ways To Dismiss Washington -M> The govern- ment has laid out details of how Anna Welch, leader of the worn- i en's committee of the Soviet zone. Washington The Office railway system, told a Commu- j of Price StabiliaHon has Sued an order expected lo boost thc ciijin nist women's meeting: "Our unmarried c- o i .o nirtijH me trio, w.'ishincton homa sr.H I T "'C "f lhc "'C nin i "amed ifeer homa, self-piodalmed front run- and having four persons m thc steps and out a l.imat Walter 1 Iv ner in second choice votes for the front seal. i uonriclly as Uni- top nomination, arrived with .1 The sheriff'.' off prediction that hc will have ISO troopers investigate votes on thc first block. Kerr bid wilh thp Tht Weother and state the Red nest. w Records blight1 Earth Shocks bilization. This came shortly after Economic Stabilizer Roger L. Put- nam told his anti-inflation agcn- Two slight earth shocks were re- cies yesterday to do the best they corded night before last on the CMild with the million dollars' Congress gave him. He had re- quested 103 million. Putnam said OPS would get a 45 per cent cut. Thc remainder v.-ill go to enforce rsnt inri wage controls. OPS said dismissal slips were being sent nut and its staff would Wednesday be cut to budget size by Scptcm- her 1. ll's The Law That any person who shall keep or use, or be in any way con- nected with or interested in man- agement of, or shall receive rroney for tdmission of any such person seismograph at the University, it was learned today. Jim Case, in charge of the seismograph, said to- day he felt they recorded "slight readjustments" of thc earth which followed a severe tremor felt some v.ceks ago in Oklahoma. The first movement recorded came at o'clock, and this was followed by a similar '.ecording at The shocks ap- parently occurred about 209 miles I toward the west from Fayettcvillc. would continue to support pVopos- tnis tmucht and effective July 23 als tn amend it tomorrow; scattered, rnoMlv day- ceilings of veal Kcrr said he is spending less timo showcrs "'lrt per hundred I moncy on campaign than m P r prime and choice Kcfauver, Russell or Harriman. "crs' _ _ With platform drafters stiug- gling to arrive at iomc son of compromise on the explosive civil rights issue, Texans traded blows before the Democratic National Committee's contest panel. Fifty- two nominating votes were at stake. Gov. Allan Shivers fought lo sent a delegation not pledged to support the party nominee. For- mer liep. Mary Maverick headed a iiv.il "loyalist" group. hindquarters pounds for grades and for good grade. Ceilings on forequarters will be lowered per hundred on prime and choice grades and 60 on good. Translated for the housewife thc OPS saW she probably will have to pay about 4Vj rents a pound for cutlets and steaks and about six cents a pound less for rib chops, shoulder cuts and breast of veal. Flairrs Destroy l.umlx-r Hot Springs. Ark -tyPj-Kifteen Ihmisand feet of lumber was de- Arkansas Brothers Lumber Company's saw- mill. Jde iVt.oncr, a partner in the firm, estimated damage at and ted States high commissioner for Germany. At Ihe same time. I.lcw- K. Thompson Jr, was ap- pointed to succeed Donnelly as American ambassador and high commissioner for Austria. Also .1 career diplomat. Thompson has been minister-counselor at Rome thc past two vears. clals. The official who told of the nrw seizure plan declined to be quoted by name. The report came as officials elined either lo confirm or deny reports a secret settlement had been reached to the dispute. Steel- workers' President Philip Murray left Pittsburgh for Chicago on business for the CIO, which he also heads, without commenting on thc report a steel agreement would be announced Monday. Negotia- tors broke off their talks last Mon- day vhen they wer" unable to reach a settlement. Murray is due back In Pitts- h rgh Monday tn address a steel i union Wage Policy Committee. Concerned Over Production Laff Military authorities are so con- cverncd over the growing impact of the strike on arms production they pian to urge strongly to in- 1 dus'.ry. organized labor and the government that the mills reopen. An airplane expert said yesterday if th? s'.nke U nnt settle-! soon Teachers College Gets Ready For Ford Plan Poultry Market The poultrj mirkrt todty >i n- portw by the Univerjity of Ar- Institute Technology and the Dairy tnd 10 any such place'kept or used j Poultry Neil for thc purpose of (ighund or iht U. S. Department of bating any bull, bear dog, lure. or other creatures, nnri every per- j NorthwW Arkansas m a r k r t son who shall encourage or assist stcndy, oltcrings sllrhtly lm tharein, or who shall permit any place to he so used will upon con- viction be guilty ol I Savings Of Americans Increase In Period misdemeanor fined not thin or more thin Ordinance Nn. passed by "ir Kayettevllle City Council iftofl. Conway, Arkansas i m e r I c a n s Stale Teachers College has com- ?Yert 'mrc lh' pleted a reorganization of j'ls mnnlhs nf lhis "'ear rlculum based on a policy of Ben- i eral education "nrl') Wiir reports Ihe Semri- The reorganization was the out-, come of several years study The 00.000.000 rep- general education plan 'TW this year to facililalc: the OOOM i" and loan IORe lhlj{ I other consurnrr dohls. proved on liRhl sixes, but heavy I sizes continues short at all points. fair on sizei, on heavy blrcts. Tratlinf light lo moderate. Prices f.o.h farm up lo J p. m., broilers or fryers ill weirhl.1, (2 to .1 ibs.) pound, moslly ,1J. Drifl Sft Berlin Berlin crews- Little Rock Drnmelly surccods John f Mr il W1" hrini; lhc industry t.ff lhc JU.SK was nnl ct.vcrcj Cloy, who is ictiro'fi for persona'! j Rn'e ;'nrl Pcrhan5 frasons alter thico" years1 I hetwcrn AURUSI 1 and Scp'ember 1.5, v.-hcn jot engine production mny s'.np A ficht was nn I.- Prc.'jflent Trumati's official family over a government offer of a SVfiS per [-.rice bniit fof sterl if the strike is selt'ed. High nffkiMs Pnc" Chef Klhs Ar- is the offer be hut Acting Mobilizer Dogjalchej At Mine JMl-Wofkerj Look For Reason m mine shaft near this tiny Si.uth- weacrn Missouri town Rciicipnii of the aica speculate lhat pcrh.-.ps the doic's owner met with foul Play "r accidentally tumbled into John fi. Steclman standing hy I.H.IIIII iivws MOCK hammered tht last spike today In- i August draft quota has been 'set to 1S7 harrier, blocking off es-, at 400 men, Maj. Carl D. Well. SiTt ik crim--fhicf of manpower for the .Male tnais seeking the safely of surrounding Soviet Zone. llodney five, of Neosho. Mo. feed, homeless collie which gu.nd an abandoned mine shall near Joplm, Mo. the .shaft. Hut no one has been reported missing. County (ieurgc Hen- ry said he was voiumccd soulc- Ihmg of importance will be found. The latesl effort hy volunteer woikcrs tn delve into the mine is a pumpmi; operation. They hope I to pump out water'to un. I cover a platform that sjians the shaft ir> furl below the surface Thc pl.ilform picsumably would slop any objrrl that have fallen into the mine. j I IhaKyiriK npciatiftns c.irried on' father pimed fruitless. The dog is stranger in thr! community. Nearliv icsidenls and the Humane Society pmudeil i In- collie with food and a doghouse. Knrlier this week Ihe animal< Ihe pronojal. which he reportedly made Saturday States Steel C'orporation executives. Arnall Mid he always has main- tained thc steel industry ij cn- titlerl lo n price increase "and no more." Negotiator! were reportedly agreed on certain wage Increases for the stcclworkers, but stymied over industry's refusal to grant a compulsory union shop, which would require all workers to be- long to thc union. Liberal Parry Supports Franklin Roostvtlr, Jr. the Stlertlve Service system said yes- lerday. Sprlnjt Cily, Mo (aunt Scolch colhe dog stood watch nt an ahandoncrl mine Illlh day of Us strange vigil. And as thc clog wnlrhert, volun- N'c-.v Liberal party afler balking al first, has an- nounced its support of Rep. Frank- ...................i lin n. Roosevelt, Jr., for rwlec- collapsed. A rcnnit it hart lion to Congress. Archer Scherl   

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