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To City Subieriberi! n ydu fail to gef ydur itar please telephone 7*3431 by 6:30 p. m. and a §pg«sial Will deliver youf papgf, Knife For Wfflfhif VUportf §ee Calumn at Bdltem of This 60TH YEAR: VOL 60 — NO. U|« »l Ha»», tiff, fmt HOPS, ARKANSAS, TUtSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 19S8 Cardinal Roncalli Is Elected New Hope of Catholic Church •ALC Wrangles Over Cash for Water Pollution LITTLE ROCK (AP)—The At" Kansas Legislative Council entered •Ills second session of budget hoar- ings today with a wrangle over the $00,000 annual request trony the state Water Pollution Control Commission. Apparent conflicts in some sections of the presentation confused several committee mernibers. Finally, Commission Director Marvin Wood made it clear he was not asking for 'salary increases or additional jobs, expjain- Jging that a boost from 54,000 to ^$67,000 annually fo rthis item resulted from the recent acquisition of a full staff. Rep. Paul Van Dalsem of Perry County and Sen. Max Howcll of Pulaski County objected to inclusion of a commission attorney at $0,000 a year. They asked whether the attorney general's office could furnish the necessary legal-talent. Wood said the comrnission'.s maintenance appropriation could |pbe trimmed from $34,000 to $22,- nn T*nev Two I VATICAN CITY <AP> - Angdo Cardinal Mcmcalli was chosen Pope today, ttoncalli, patriarch of Venice, / becomes the 262nd supreme ruler I of' the Roman Catholic Church i and Its half billion followers. He is 76 years old. Chosen in secret conclave by the! College of Cardinals, the new poiv tiff chose the name John XXllI (23rd). Me succeeds Pope Pius XII, who died after a reign of 19 years and seven months, one of the longest reigns in the history of the church. The new Italian pope, in the Roman Catholic view, Is in direct shccession to St. Peter. His titles, as officially, listed by the church. the A«6ciafed fna i Audit Butiau at Av, Ns? Paid tlrtl, & mil, 6R(Jm» J:pl. 36, 1941 3,409 PRICE Ss COPY' Weather Experiment Stalion report for 24-hours ending al 7 a, m, Tuesday, High GO, Low 38; No precipitalion. Total 1958 precipitation through September, 40,17 inches; during the same period ^•inches. a year ago,, 53,30 RED RIVER rose .9 of n foot at Index to C.7 feet bul clipped .06 al Fulton to 6.4 feet; Littla River dropped 2.9 feet at .-Horatio lo 9.2 feet but rose G.9 feet at While Cliffs on Sunday lo 12 feel. All rivers expected lo decline slowly, Denison Dam discharge, 21 cts; Texarkana Dam discharge, none. - ARK REGIONAL FORECAST * By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS All sections: Clear to pi- By THE ASSOCIATED'PRESS All sections; iClear to partly cloudy and mild this afternoon, fo- nighl and Wednesday with scattered light frost tonight; Thursday partly cloudy with little change in temperature, High this afternoon, low to mid CDs central and southeast, near 50 .northeast, t'ppor 50s to mid 60s northwest, ,,:.mid lo. high OOs southwest; low "'tonight, upper 30s lo ]ow 40s cen'- irfil, mid lo high 30s northeast, low lo mid 40s southeast and southwest and in the 30s northwest. ARKANSAS — Clear to partly cloudy through We'dncr<day, Not i\ much change in temperatures, 11 Lowest ;H to 44 tonight, Highest Wednesday 55 to 65 with severed light ( frosi, , g W3ua9J(AN.A — Mostly cloudy ^with occasional rain extreme south . H]is afternoon ami tonight and in cost and south portions W clny, • Not much ghfingo jn porpturos. > ; THi; WiATHEFL 8y THP ASSOCIATED PRESS ...High Lpwpfj Albany, rain '45 4i -75 ra,(n Atlanta, cloudy Qi 4p. ,0? rain chicasp, cjegr Cleveland, dear penyer, rajq •Pes Mojnes, clear Petrojt, clear Fort WQJ'th, cjoudy Helena., plpudy clcav clear ., *LouljYille t Memphis, clear cloudy pe, plear Bawl, sloq* Orleans, e{oud/ 45 34 $3 ^5 44 |p ,OJ! 54 43 51 47 J3 40 39 if Sg SI • 5± H 01 43 55, %'j bj ?7 5? 48 0J |y S3 fia 55 3g S3 §5 "Bishop of Koine, Vicar of.Jesns Christ, Successor of the Prince of the Apostles, Supreme Pontiff of Ihe Universal Church, Patriarcn of the West, Primate of Italy, Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Province of Rome and Sov- crign of the State of Vatican City." The new pope, bald-headed and begin looking, has been one of Iho mosl popular prelates in Italy He also hns many- friends abroad, particularly in France where, he spent eight years ss Papal Nuii- cion. He has a sturdy heallh and is an -untiring'• worker. His affable manners and quick-witted conversation have made him a wp.il known figure at many diplomatic receptions. He was born as Ihc son of a farmhand in a small village in (he province of Bergamo. The people of this region, the BergnnTjs- chi, are known to be food-hu morcd and easy going and young Honcalli lived up to this reputation. After gradualing from the Homan Ponlifical Seminary in 190-i. , he became. • personal-secrdtorj;.^- tho Bishop" of Bergamo, Msgr. Ra- dini-Tedcschi, In this post, which he held until the bishop's death in 1914, he acquired ;.n early knowledge of tlie administrative structure of the church and also devoted himself to historical studies, ••'" ...-••...,,: < *, ., ...j SNOW TIME — Youngsters In Berne, N. Y., frolic in the snow after a snowfall ranging from two to 17 inches blanketed upstate New York, — NEA Telephoto a Another Mine Blast in * i , **•" W. Virginia Reportedly Has Trapped 20 Men Error in Placing CLASSES BEGIN — Some 250 students file into the Second Baptist.'Chui'ch as classes began for three gracls levels in the'new Baptist High School, in Little Rock, Ark. Pr. J. W. Cady, acting principal of the, school, addressed the students for 30 minutes before theyfstarted their various classes NEA .TelephotOj Curing the war, he served first as "a sergeant in the medical corps and later became an army chaplain, A three year term as a lecturer on theology and church history In the province of Bergamo followed, In 1921, Pope Benedict XI called him to Home and entrusted him with the task of reorganizing Hie church's missionary work in the Congregation Propaganda Fide (for the propagation of faith), Pius XI, who succeeded Benedict in 1922, also took a strong .interest in the Missionary Work and Roncalli kept his post for four yours, traveling to many foreign centers, py STAN CARTER VATICAN CITY (AP) — Voting lor a new pope went into the third day today with ihe 51 cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church apparently deadlocked, As a crowd of Romans again gathered in St, Peter's Square lo await the smoke from the Sistiin? Chapel, there still was no jndjca- fion how cjoso the princes of (he Church were to ejecting a succes* sor to Pope Pius XII, Presumably (he cardinals were voting today for the ninth lime, will] a 10th bnllol later in ;)io morning and two mope in Uie afi- plannecl and the voting under way .reached. Thirty-five votes — two thirds pins ope—aye necessary for , . smoke pouring from the chimney of the staye jn the Sistine Chapel Monday n|ght ^ignalecj that no, choice had been made, WHIl four daily ballots originally planed and thg yoting under wjiy c i,npe Sunday morning, jt was as, ' " thgf ejghi ballots ' " P/J Pap Candidates Before Court LITTLE ROCK CAB)— A suit lo keep three Newton County candi dales off the ballol because they failed lo tile campaign expense statements was carried to the Arkansas Supreme Court yesterday Attorney Jeff Duty of Rogers: filed the appeal and asked for an early hearing, Otis Davis, a taxpayer of New ton County, filled Ihc original suil which was dismissed in Newton Chancery Court, The defendants are the thiee nominees — W. D- Baker for stale representative, Guy • Bennett for sheriff and collector and Dennis Pruitt for County treasurer — and three members of the Newton County Election Commission, The suit said the nominees were ineligible to l>c on the Nov. 4 ballot because they failed to con form with a "mandatory" ro quirornent of stats law and fiio campaign expense statements wiihin SO days after the August primary, The nominees filed statements after the suit was brought and said they had no expenses, They sajcl they were unaware IVjey were supposed to file statements, Newton Chancellor Krmc J5, Wright dismissed the suit Oct. 17. He said Ifte cjindidales' failure lo file stalepients was because of "inadvertence and not by any willful intent lo violate the Corrupt Practices' Act," Gins.,3.87,067 .,.; ales of Cotton ' WASHINGTON' (AP)—The Census Bureau reported yesterday thai 387,067 running bales of col. ton from Arkansas' 1958 crop were ginned prior to Oct. 18, This compares lo 383,930 bales ginned from the 1957 crop at the same time a year afo. Fire Destroys Two State Cotton Gins Py THg ASJQQIATgp Two Arkansas cottpn gins wore c] e si r o y e d by, fires yesterday, Losses weye expecjef) to total " (pity, pjoudy et 18 43 Brookwood CornivoJ Its CavnU'al on Thursday Oct. 30, at, Jhe school. There be all kinds $ entertamniont lor pye.fypn,e jij the enMvo family. n, ffis|U?tti sapper wjl] ' to 7;Q p-t- as ^'Pi'l as ' fooijs, ,. _ Washington Church m*i i ^-"-PV j B^ 'ff. ^ t t- * • fo/ ^ $150,090 The two gjns were Iho OJdham Gin about'10 mile? south of Lorn j ok.e on state Highway 31 and the Portia Gin al Pprtia in Lawrence Coi'nly. About gOQ bales of cotton were lost fjre. pale? stored in the building also burned.. L,qss was expected lo exceed, ?1QQ,POO although no definite estimate was available. , - Fu-enien arrived at Portia loo Jo save ihe gin owned by [?, Rainwater & §ons, Jiew g|n equipment h.a'd -been in- Australia Clears 27 Year Old Mystery SYDNEY, Australia (AP)—Australia's greatest aviation mystery -the disappearance of the Southern Cloud 27 years ago — was solved today, The three-engine Fokker disappeared March 21, 1981 on a flight from Sydney to Melbourne. It carried two pilots and six passuv gers, including American Ihealri- cal producer Clyde Hood. A search party following the tip of a construction worker tound old wreckage) of q plane half buiied . on the side of one of the Snowy Mountains, 5,000-fool World's End. Civil avialion officials tod^' Idenlificd the engine numbers aj those of U>c Southern Cloud. They found fragments of bone In thg wreckage and a metal luggage tag inscribed "Hood Care Capitol The- alef," Ihe properly of tho Amcri- c?m passenger, Over Ihe years Irces had grown i&rge through the twisted nose and fuselage' of the plane. The Southern Cloud was rfie of | three FokJiers operated by 'ho J Australian National Ah ways, , The plane was found in ruggfd country where few people had been until Decent months. Jciry Declares Faubus Action Erroneous BLYTI1EVILLE, Ark. (AP)—A grand jury report says Gov, Of- vaJ K. • Faubus may have acted erroneously in voidine a bail bond forfeiture here. In a report filed with Ihe Mississippi County Circuit Clerk yesterday, tho grand jury snid in- iornialion presented to It Indicated "the executive department of the stale of Arkansas, through a proclamation issued by Gov, Faubus, may have aclcd from misleading informalion in tho ball bond forfeiture case of Gordon Tinkle Jr." Last week Faubus sel aside a $5,000 bond forfeiture in the casp, explaining such a forleitura might cost the homestead of Tinkle's aged parents, Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Tinkle Sr, Records showed thu younger Tinkle was charged with burglary and grand larceny. Judge Charles Light on Oct. 28 1957, entered 311 order for forefoiliw of his boil bond when he failed to appear In court. Officers said Tinkle was held on a federal chaige of bank robbery in /owa. Tinkle's parents posted Ihc bone] through Ihe. Carolina Casually Co. The grand jury report spirt "If iiuch conduct should be consider* ed as a precendent, sheriffs nmj courts may we'll question Continued on Page Two Man Close to Faubus to Help Alf ord LITTLE ROCK (AIM—Dr, Dale Alford, announced segregationist who will oppose Hep. Brooks Hnys iD-Ark) in the November general election, today named a close associate of Gov. Orvnl E.Fmibus us Ills campaign manager. Claude Carpenter Jr. roslgnud ns general counsel of the Arknit- s«s Public Service Commission to take the manager's post. Alford, a member of the Little Rock School Board, revealed yesterday he would run ngninst Hays as a write - in candidate. Hn charged that Hays—considered a moderate on the integration issue —had not shown needed congressional luadersliip. "I asked Mr. Carpenter to head my campaign because lie is sympathetic to our cause," Alford said. "We are not attacking any.- nne personally. It's simply a mutter that since the 1054 Integration edict of. the U.S. Supreme Court jthose who could hove been speaking for us have failed to do so, By us I mean the majority of the people in this district and in Arkansas." He added "we need to break this local stalemate because whatever happens here can happen to some other community in this district tomorrow," Fnubus was not available for comment on Alford's selection of Carpenter. Hays this summer won nomination for ci ninth term. He defeated Amis Guthridgc, a militant sepregaljpnisil. _ Carpenter''"poll-lied out the ROII- orai election will be held Nov. 4 "but we'll be working every min- Rare African Fish Eagle Escapes ALBANY, On, (At 1 ) — A rare African fish clinic, said by Ha owner to be the only olio of its kind ever brought to this country, has escaped. -J'hc big bird with a seven-foot wlngsprcad apparently brokb n leather strap iiltnchcd to Its IOR and look off while its owner, James Fowler, was out of town ,tnst week. Janvier appealed to- the public not lo shool the cugle, Which ho .sold js completely harmless, tin offered a reward for Its -'.return. .Fowler said the eagle tins .1 white head with brown nnd while wing nnd body feathers, ll» snared the bird eflrly this year Dynamite Cause of First Blast SUMMKRSVILLE, W, Va, ,(APM'- —An explosion shook Ihc OsIcbayV ;|2 Norton Co.'s Burton coal mine* near here today. First reports'';/ finld as many as 20 men rrtny, have boon trapped, Summcrsvillo Is about 00 miles'' west of Charleston. •• ' c-! Monday 22 miners tiled in^art'*^ explosion nl n mine nl the south '* emmosl Uji of Ihe slate, \ ' */ , ,, „ ,, .. . - .-• Tli9 mine where the explostont"! while in South Africa on a Ipca. occurred today employs about 125,;" lion expedition for on American „,„.. , - f , •>-,*-] film company, ute." lie said campaign 1 would be announced later. plans any Another member of the Faubus administration also resigned hi^ post today. W. L. ITinton Jr., quit ns boar! of the Arkansas Assess riienl Co-ordination Division to enter private business. Carptinter, who recently look a leave of absence from the PSC lo head the "Dollars for Demo- crals' 1 drive for funds in Arkansas, indicated he eventually might go into pivate law paclice, Minion hns headed the assessment division for Iliree years. Faubus named F. W. Canaduy to sueccd Hinlon. Cnnndoy owns Ihe England, Ark., Democrat .nnd the DeValls Bluff Democrat weekly newspapers, Cnnaday joined the assessment division in 1955 as a field man. No successor to Carpunter was immediately. Soviet Prize Winner Ousted for Behavior By HAROLD K. MILKS MOSCOW (AP) — Nobel Prlzo winner Boris Paslernak has been accused of ..treacherous behavior and thrown out of the Soviet Writers' Union, The union's expulsion of Iho 08 year-old author of "Doctor Khiva- go," n novel critical of commit'- aism, was announced by Ihe Lllcr- ary Ga/.elle loday. ' This will certainly lighten Pasternak's social Isolation. Foreigners in Moscow speculated thai, the expulsion could take away- his right ^UV work, " The Lilurary Gazelle announcement said the unanimous decision lo expel Pasternak had been taken al n meeting of the union's governing presidium Monday. Paslernak and his "Doctor Zhl- vago," a best-seller in the West Ihnl has never been published In the Soviet Union, have been Ihe Ini'i'pls of a hitler Sovi.et press men.' The sheriff's office said ' while firsl reports did nol specify' the number of men underground^; nl the lime of Ihc explosion, Hov«,'{B oral unofficial -reports thai i^ were bcjow "sound about rule." • , _• ' *-,»-';.*« - V -*S*4 &<?J& BISHOP, Va. (AP)—A Pocahon-ff| Ins Fuel Co. official said today,-.a|'>J misplaced dynamite charge^ the probable cause of Mond blnst that look llm lives of 22 miners in Ihe company's Bishop;^ Ming, > ' ,v|; ~ The official, who declined' to- be i iclenlificd, was in the mine, rescue parlies for a considerable^ lime, He said Ihc physical „,<""'*°" lion in Ihe blnst section anc way the bodies were found cntecl Uie cause. The dynamite normally*, isj- placed fully Inlo Uie face coal. If a portion of the sticks out beyond Ihe face, plained, powder is likely blown inlo the'air and gas i Convict Charged With Murder PINE BLUFF, Ark, (AP)—An, ^ iili-male Jury, including two No- groes, today hears final arguments in the murder trial ' alluck since the Swedish Academy (convict charged with killing LITTLIO ROCK (AP) - Claude Carpenter today announced his lesignalion as general counsel Jor the Arkansas Public Scrvico Commission. He wfj) fcrve qs campaign manager for Rr, Dalit Alfoici, who will oppose ROD Brooks Hays f'D-Ark) in the November goiioiuj eleelicn, At the same time, W, L, Jflnton Jr., resigned as head of th(. Arkansas Assessinent Co-ordination Division lo enter private business. Carbcnlrr indicated he has been thinking of setting up in his ow;i Jaw practice. Ho recently took .1 leave of absence from the PSC lo head the "Dollars for Derno- Conlinued op Ppge Twq of Loiters awarded him the $41 420 Nobel prise foe literature las Thursday. He said he hoped lo be able t gel lo Stockholm for Nobel cere monies Dec. 12 lo receive il i person, The Literary Gazelle said Ih decision by leaders of the Writer Union "stresses that Paslernak action are Incompatible with th calling of a Soviet writer, ar nt'alnst the traditions of Russia litoraluie, against the people against peace nnd socialism,' The lilerary organ gave no in diction whether Pasternak's wis to make Ihe trip lo Slockhohr would ibe granted. The Communis party newspaper Pravda has tie dared that if there was "a spar of human dignity lull in him," h would reject the award. Pasternak's ouster from Ih Writers' Union strips him of tju title "Soviet writer," U is certaii in close many of tlu> avenues a personal and professional assuclo. lion he has enjoyed, even afto publication of his novel abroad. Many fell the ouslur also would mean restriction of In.s right to work, especially on translation and other activities which rcachcc Jxrn through Ihe Soviet govern No Cosh on Spend ' statements they received no con- Uubvitions and made no expenditures in ponnection with the t»p- projachwg general election, The statements wore filed by Heps, pvooks Hays, J.« W. Tiim- blc, jEf. C, Cathjogs and W. p. All Around Town 'By Th§ Srsr Staff moot agoncjes Union. or the Writers Jack, King has called a meeting of Ihe Booster Club in the Band building for 7:30 tonight , . . at thjs meet a final decision on ordcr« ing a special tram to the Conway - , all indiea- , pf 300 tickets Ihe minimum requirement, for Iho gamp will be made point to special a chock «tt midmarn. ing, revealed about 200 had been sold but the Boosters are takjng no chances even though they feel about 300 moic will be sold between now and the time'the train leaves , . . they roust have that minimum by tonight, so cont r a.«i ' sjiuatjon, on, flays 'Before the J^oy^'4 g since Pj-.,palg Aj<»'d e «l» r.'l,,,r „—...•— L njjyj yffii- the Chamber of muv'M.'hool a.rt<i get youjs before ttie- Thursday night at 7igO an? n\. they elejiriy Ihe wel^t t>l ih.p evictenpe.- In ihjs *as,e, Uie ^fouvt tiplcl Utit! eyi; was |n~ favor ' jnepting oJ any xjerspxis interested an the meet \vlll fvSO at, Jtiqps City jhe }0y,e is in' Karl B. Montgomery by Gen. li. Decker, Commander of the U.S. JCighth Army . , , Cfipt, MGntgom* pry is the son of Mr. and lV!rs. O, B, Montgomery of Prescott . , , the award was given for Capt. Montgoiueiy's etfort^ in organizing ment. Army Aviation Jiopc will be one of 30 high schools on h»n4 today to par ticipate in the thjrd annual Fresh- inan , Puncipa.15 cnferenee al th? Univeisity- of Arkansas. That Brfixl benefit ea.rniya,l s,tcppod up to tpnife'W pf Thursday night st pounced . . , the program* ai) kinds o Rwles PSC Action Had No Authority LITTLE ROCK (APJ—Tho Ar kansas Supreme Court has ruled thai the Public Scivlce Commission aelpd within Us authority in granting a carrier ponnit lo Ihe Southwest Piano and Van Service, The certificate permitted Southwest la haul household goods be Iwccn Washington County jyid other points in Arkansas. Washinglpn Transfer and Storage Co. and Red Ball Transfer and Storage Co. protested, The two firms t)pr>oa.)cr} unsuccessfully to Putaski Circuit Court and lo the Supreme Court, South'. west contended the t>vo firms ;TJ D r g c c| and thsH \\'ysfungton County needed additional moying service. In Us ruling yesteiday the §y- prcme Court re-aifirmed prqvlwu? holdings that it wss the c)uty o^ the pgie to dettrrmnu the ne.q4 fw proposed nyw service ai\d Ui4' s any P&C orders should fee other, The stale is seeking the doalh'f penally for William Frank Nail.sJ 26, accused of the fatal shooting 1 ;* of trusty prisoner James, Mont-'^l gomery, 25, at Tucker Prison.''!" Farm last June 19, The prosecution charged thaCs Nail, a prisoner "rider" placed in. charge of a work detail and per"' milled to carry a rifle, shot the unarmed Montgomery four after an argument which over Nail whipping a horse, Prosecution witnesses Included d nine convicts, " «- >"! The trial slartcd yesterday, ''•*•* Final Phase in A-Test Series ATOMIC TEST SITE, Ney hurry-up: schedule before the Friday .test- ban deadline set by President^ Eisenhower, were two lower nnd two in tunnels, One of each was planned today. Starling with tho Trinity the AEC has set off 111 explosion's! {| up to Uie start of this pi ' ' '"" scries. Fourteen more haye detonated up to tod!»y. ' '• Auto Dealers Name New Officers HOT SPRINGS, Ark, Clyde, B s Randall of Forf yesterday was elected presidsnjL? il the closing session of the'Al'fe ^ansas Automobile Dealers onvention herp tarj'ison, gjl} oro, H, Dollar Park'or „,. olia and Walter Jennings p| 1? fZock, regional vice pro ' nd Fred Balch Jr. of LttUp :-casuwt Hi: t %K -if i** r?^*.^ 1 -'^ T v ~"* * -^ x * ^ ^ i ?"?»•«* Y>' v ^> V# >-** PTk** 3$J>J*. .'C.?-t'._ -.^aftf^.Ct ,.vS,.- U-vV-r-i,.

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