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To City Subscribes: . II y§u fail tg §§t ysuf Star Btea§e t§i§phofig ?»343t by 6:30 p. m. and a spgglaf sorrier will deliv§r yeuf paper, 60TH YEAR; VOL. 60 — NO, 21 of Mage, ' IfCfrtC ijtit §o*J8 Knife ALC May Trim Requests by 58 Million LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Thc Arkansas Chlldrop's Colony today nskcd Legislative Council approval of a $400,000 annual budget to operate the facility for mentally HOPt, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMB1R 6, 19S8 plou slid retarded children. The Colony now is under con' sfyctlon at Conway. Supt. David Ray told the Council the project is about 40 per cunt completed and should be finished by next July, At first 56 children will be ac« commodatod. Tentative plans call 'A for expansion to provide trainint,' for 1,000 children. Colony Board Chairman A. N. Florcntz said even the latter figure probably would not be high h to met the demand. He about 1,200 applications and inquiries on entering children at the Colony already had ben received. Hay said he needs to start hiring- key personnel as soon as the budget appropriation can be' made by the Legislature. The regular biennial session of I he General Assembly mcls in January. The Colony budget request is for the same amount as the current yA r r, although little of the $273,050 appropriated for salaries was used. Ray asked that the Colony toe allowed to spend the salary fund difference on equipment and supplies, The colony plans to admit children between C and 21 years at the start. Budgets for the stale Health Department and the State Hospital also were scheduled 'to be taken up by the Legislative Council today. 4|'t the Council stays within anticipated revenues, it will have to trim about eight million dollars from 'budget requests of state ;agcncies. That's the picture left by a report to the council yesterday by the stale government's chief financial advisers, Comptroller Kelly Cornett and Budget Director Julian Hoga. They said general fund collec- ,,.,ttons are lagging and -any predic- ' tffin about- an upsurge would be guesswork. Cornett said he would be able Latest Count on Arkansas Issues Latest count on Arkansas acts and amendments on a basis of 1,904 of 2,321 precincts: Sales Tax! For 103.43-1 i Against 68,923. Act 1, Rail Crew: For 100.848; I Against 219,532. Amendment 48 (Legislator's pay) For 116,9(53; Against 91.914. Amendment 47 (ad valorem tax) and Amendment 49, perm King cities to issue industrial bonds, passed by the same margin as No. 48. Continued on Page Six Weather Katy Railway Workers Go Out on Strike DALLAS (AP)—Operating em- ployes struck the Missouri-Kansas -Texas (Katy) railroad today, but a railroad spokesman said a court order was expected to halt the Valkoul quickly. The Katy spokesman said U.S District Judge T. Whilficld Davidson signed an injunction requiring a 30-day postponement of the court order on chairman of tho four railroad brotherhoods involved in the system-wide strike— the engineers, firemen, trainmen and conductors. A union source declined immediate comment. Court attaches here said they knew nothing of the order and were uncertain where it was filed. The tietip, labelled a wildcat strike by Kath officials, halted operations of the line in Oklahoma as well as the three states named in the railroad's title. •Union and railroad sources, said trains caught outside the yards by the 6 a.m. strike preceded to the nearest terminals before halting. j. Net » Audif Bowau-8» l, & w6«, «ftdlH« S^i, 39, , g s -s elective office, deieated Democratic Gov. Averell Harrlrnan by a smashing half-million votes. — NEA Telebhoto "man oy a Experiment Station report for 34-hours ending at 7 a, m, Thursday, High 68, Low 48, precipitation £> of an inch; Total 1958 prccipi- Wtion through October, 17,08 of an California's Brown Off on a Vacation SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—Scars of the Republican party rift still were being laid ba>-e as Gbv.-elect Edmund G. Brown headcd tt foiv.a Palm Springs vacation "today" after a Democratic sweep. Republican Goodwin . Knight, whom Brown will replace Jan, 5, as the first Democrat governor since 1042, offered his hand for u smooth transition, Then he firecj 'another shot at Sen, William F, Knowland, the man Brown walloped, Knight; still fuming because Knowland switched to the governor's race, said he was staying in politics despite his own thump- inch; during the same period a ine defeat by Democratic Rep, year ago, 01.94 inches. ARKANSAS — Partly cloudy Clair Engle in the race for Knowland's Senate seal. "Just because Knowland ruined this afternoon and in tho south! {hings for the Republican paity portion tonight, High this after} noon mid toOs to near 70, low to- J night 30 to 35 in extreme north. 'A5 to 40 elsewhere; high Friday, 55 to 05, « Arkansas Regional Forecast y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Central, southeast and southwest r/ Arkansas: Partly cloudy this aft* jfjornoon, tonight and tomorrow, L' cooler this afternoon and tonight, l^iigh this afternoon, near 60 con.. »>tral, low to mid 60s southeast, mid high 60s southwest, low tonight, 30s to low 40s central, Jiig to mid 40s southeast, Jow t 40s southwest, Northeast and northwest Arkau Partly cloudy this afternoon and tomorrow, cooler thi Hernoon, High this afternoon BO northeast, mid 50s to ]o\ northwest; low tonight, Igw V 30s, THg WiATHIR By THE AS§QeiATie PRg§§ y, cloudy jbuquerquo, cleyr Boston, cloudy Buffalo, pjoudy Chicago, cjeai ipes fpetrojt, clear Worth, cloudy iHoJcna, cjoudy gndianapolis, clear "jansas City, pjeav pjpgr l»9W 60 48 0) 5? .0 3P 25 65 50 63 M 5p W q 62 39 49 30 41 ei gs 6? -JO -Qi 71 47 43 g? 59 SO 64 37 59 34 67 *8 8 75 in California in 1958," Knish: snapped, "is no reason why 1 should got out ot politics," Knowland said he had no immediate plans other than to n. sumo work as assistant publisher of the Oakland Tribune, Around him Brown could see a state Doomocratic victory still growing in proportions, It appeared Brown would have a Democratic lieutenant governor as well as attorney general and possibly a treasurer qnd controller, An estimated 80,000 absentee ballots could figure in the ultimate puU rane, Brown already \yas assured a. .pcniocrsticrcontroHed state L,,?;;' lature, first such in 60 years, Caiifornia's delegation 'in Congress swung from 17^13 Republican to I7tl3 Democratic. A, Demo* critic victory in vice President former district helped Him the tide, Proposition 18, an initiative which would have banned the un ion shop, went down to defeat, •Alsp defeated were propositions Which would have imposed property taxes on parochial ann pri . Vflto schools of less than college standing a,nd have revised taxes, e tqx measure woujd have re. ^e(| (lie slate spies tax ml i«. creased Jncon>e lax-ps jn the higher • e ' Poultry Group Wants Agent for This Area Members of the recently, organized Southwest Arkansas' Poultry Producers Association went on record at a meeting this week at tho Experiment Station favoring the establishment of a livestock and poultry diagnostic laboratory in this "area and suggested the appointment of an associate ^Extension poultry agent .to serve perhaps three or four counties in Southwestern Arkansas. The group also voted unanimously in favor of third resolution calling for an investigation of the recent affiliation by Texas broiler growers with the AFL-CIO Meat Cutters Union, Tom Silvoy of Bodcaw, president of the association, made it clear that the group was taking no sides, at this time, on whether union affiliation is good or bad, but is interested in securing the true facts as regards to this perimcnt in Texas., The association now represents growers with more .than 700,000 birds on ieed as well as a number of producers of hatching and commercial eggs, A membership campaign will be launched this month to expand the' association's membership in this and all of the counties in Southwestern Arkansas where broilers and eggs are produced. Alford to Enter Congress as a Democrat LITTLE HOCK (AlM-Mr. Dale Allorrt, segregation advocate who defeated ftcp. Brooks Mnys (D- Ark) for the Fifth Congressional District seat in the general election fays ho will enter Congress MS a Democrat. Alford, a member of the Little Rock School Board, can-Jed out a whirlwind eight-day enmimien as a write-In candidate. Me hnd to make the race as an Independent since Hays was the official Democratic nominee. But Alford, who stressed that he was a lifelong Democrat, salt! a tint winning the rccc yesterday he Would list himself as a member at that party. With only a handful of small boxes still unreporlecl, Iho vote in Tuesday's general election Kavc Alford an unofficial total of 30,077 while Hays polled 20,416. Hays said he did not plan to contest the election and had n» present intention of aefain seeking the office he had held for 10 years. Saying he had no bitterness toward anyone, Hays conceded tho election early yesterday afternoon. Alford, an eye doctor, is 42. Ho and his wife have three children. He is a communicant of tho Episcopal C' •>' Alford was b'uin „. Pike County and finished high school at Rector. His family moved to Pulaskl County when he was 17. He did pro-medical work at Arkansas Stale College at Jonesborf and Arkansas State Teachers Col- Inge at Conwny, and was graduated from the University of Ar- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kansas Medical School In 1030. Freezing weather nipped much After practicing briefly at Atlanta, ol the West and Midwest today. u i VJ ' CTC ?, H ~ Mrs. Nelson A, Rockefeller looks t proudly at her husband, coffee cup in hand acknowledging a greeting durlno a victory party at the Hotel Roosevelt in fi ev ? YoYk, seeking his electe Cold Weather Spread Across the Nation w v* C r L A"i! IS VICTORY ~ D , r> Da| e ^Iford, opposing Rep.'iBrooks Hays of Arkansas as a write-in candidate, won In his bid for-congress. Alford, a member of the Little Rock School Board and a segreoatlon st, won on the basis of nearly complete, unofficial returns. Alford's wife helps him acclaim victory by raising his arm. — NEA Telephoto ; Temperatures dipped into tho 20s in Casper Wyo., Bismarck, N.D., Omaha, Neb,, Helena, Mont, Des Moines, Iowa, and Dululh, Minn., nnd into the low, 'HQs in Denver, Minncapolis-Sl.Paulw Clii- cago, Milwaukee, and S'j-ith'''ti.'nct Ind'. £• * " -• The'>Iowost reported was one be- Jow zero in Big Pinoy, Wyo, Wind gusts of 45 to 65 m.p.h. churned waters in most of (he Great Lakes during the night, Brisk winds carried the cold air into the East. The cool air was expected -to I uoation Assn. opened a two-day Ga,, he opened an office here !n J948, He was elected to the school board in 1955. Meet in a Cheerful Mood LITTLE ROCK (AP)— Some 7,000 members of the Arkansas Ed- Custody of Survivor of Crash Is Made NANTUCKJ2T, Mass. (AP) — Permanent custody "of Cindy Lou Young, 22-month-old survivor of a Northeast Air Lines plane crash here last August, has been given to "her great grandmother, Mrs. Dirjkc . l^abjens by Nimluckct Probate Jeremiah J. Sulii- move into the Atlantic states dnr- ing the day after Wednesday'!! comparatively mild weather. But meeting here today amid signs of S«od cheer for thnlr profession. preliminary sessions yesler . winds were expected to diminish ' cia ->"' " lo teachers and school offi- Oflesby Sshosl to Ray Turner and franklin Mid'- d)ei?rook,5 presented two Amerj- Mn flags to the studpnts and teachers of Oglesby sphooj . The ijags were gjjts 4rom the 1st Christian Church Plans Homecoming The First Christian Church of Hope will observe its annual Home coming day this Sunday. Regular Church School classes will meet at 9;45, followed, by morning wor* ship and communion at 10;50 The Choir will present two anthems, "Whispering Hope" and "In The Cross of Christ.'' . At the florneeoming Fellowship dinner after me/ruing worship, it is expected that there will be a housing song service, followed by three interesting talks Jjy mem* bers of the church, All friends of the church and former members, as well as prospective members are invited to Sharply in the Northeast as tho storm center north of the Grwit Lakes moves farther into Canada ^11 _ was cool in most other parts n the East- j ciais heard predictions that: 1. The Legislature will not tighten control over funds colleges receive from non-tax sources. 2. The Legislature will not re- Pacitic Coast, Jaw, Woman Dies of Wreck Injuries j 3. The average salary for tea,tV- ors will rise from the present jS;i,200 a year to $5,000 within 10 years. Memphis Cindy Lou ''was snatched from death out of the arms of her mother, Mrs. Macquqjino Young, 18, who was trapped by her seal belt and died in the naming plang. John Shea, a New York lawyer, one ot nine pc-rsons to escape tho crash, saved the child. The accident took 24 lives, Judge Sullivan's decision, yr|. nouncod today, brought at least a temporary end to n loqnl battle between Phillip Young, 22 of Dayton, Ohm, the child's father and her gVandpaients, Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Uucc of Nnntiickel for custody. Young bus 20 days to appeal Iho decision, .In making bis decision (o place Iho child in care ot Mrs. Lamcns, a 09-year-old widow, Judge Sullivan rpjeetcd the- individual picas ol tliu JJurv couple and Young that Four Die in Plane Crash in Alaska TOWN CHEEK, Ala, (Ar',>~An Air .Force C4B Crashed in rough country two miles west \{ this northwest Alabama., village late Wednesday night, The pilot was killed and throe other airmen were injured, An official at M^/cIl Air Force Base ' in MontjsomiJW/' where , the' twin-engine emit was stntlon.-d. identified the victim as LI. Col. flulp.li W. Mitchell, HO, Atlanta, Ho was-attending the' 1 Air University at Maxwell, The injured, taken to a hospital at Sheffield, were listed as Lt. Col. Fred P, Wright, 40, MillecJsovillo, Ga., 1,1. Col, Stanley 11, Bear, 37, York, PH.; niicl Sgt. Archie M. Golson, 40, Birmingham, all pas- se-ngors and stationed at Maxwdl. For Wtattor S§e Sdlumri af Bettem 5! This Paa* M9fl -" PRICE 5e COPY Cuban Airliner May Have Been Seized by Rebels By OEOR6E KAUFMAN ' HAVANA <APJ — A missing Cuban nlrliner seized In flight by •cbels Is parked on n rebel nU'« strip and nil 2B aboard are sale, i qualified source said todtty. »• J'lie Informant said this wits con* Irrticd by I'ndlo messages from the ilmic at the airstrip, somewhdru'' n onslurn Cuba, stronghold of ffus lei Castro's rebels, The plane Van-; shod Wednesday night, .»* The message snld the rebels would turn over all the 25 passen- K«rs—Including one American—to InlernnUonal Jled Cross rcprescn* tnllvcs us soon ns possible. AppAt'« cnliy. the rebels will hold tho throe-man crew. Two other Cuban Airline'planes' have been diverted in flight sinew Oct., 31 by rebel gunmen posing as passengers, One crashed, kill- Ing 1 17 of the 20 persons aboard. •Among the 25 passengers aboard the DC:i which disappeared Wednesday night was tin American listed without address us'Rob- . ,.. erl Montgomery. He was believed , 1| In bo a sailor or Marine" flying to the U.S. naval base at Cuunta- namo Bay. • •',, Ten women were on the passenger list. ^ • • The plane carried n crew ot three: pilot Armando Picdra, skin- •' diving champion of Cuba; copilot" Guldo Kohly; and steward A'nrmdo Cnnlllln, son of the military chic*/ of Or/onto province. '"''''r^'* The plane was on a flight from < Havana to Guantamuno,, with-, stops scheduled at Mniv/.anlllo, orvt the southeast coast and Holguln'ir All the stops wore In Oriente prov-J nice, the stronghold of activity- byj rebels led by Fidel Castro. plane left Mamnnlllo at 4:30 p,m ,<-. but never arrived at Holguhv' ibout 70 miles to the northeast,^ Although government "soldiers V oldgHolguin, rebel bands arc ac« live throughout the area. \ ,"• Castro has embarked upon , a A systematic campaign to disrupt -, transportation ,)n «an effort* to,,ov,i orthrow Prnsldenl FuU'crielo B»- htn's regime. Castro also opposcs' v ',i> resident - elect Andres Rivero /';,'{ Aguero, a Batista choice,' who'lsl' .o take office in February. The first plane to disappear was i Cabnna DCS, which was solvid n a flight from Cayo Mambi to lop Boy, site of an American-, wnod nickel' and cobalt 1 mining'. enterprise, It had 14 persons' iboard, Including the crew ot 'hroc. Jleseucrs found the throe in-i The plane was landed at Can- told tho of Classroom Smith shaan o the with a vehicle driven by Otjs C, Hawkins of Wan-en. Sunday Services at Sardis Church attend, according IQ Uic pastor, Rey. \Vm, P, Harris- A year ago, the cfcurci) observe^ its 75th an-, niversijrj', Bill Watson said Mrs. Garrison was a passenger in , a truck driven by J M Mills of I A move to give the lawmakers New Edinburg, which collidf-l- lignlor J ' B ' n over tne money has ncpn frequently discussed. Sen, Marshall Shapklcford, chairman of the Legislative Couiir ell, tojd the teachers indications did not point to a repeal of the property reassessment program, which is designed to provide more- school funds, among other thing*. The pay raise prediction was made by Rep. Qdo Maddo* of Montgomery County, who said his 'monthly singing ser. vieos will 'be held Sunday, November 9 at Sardis' Union Church on the -Hope Patmos road, J, L- Peckham says services \yUl at ? p. m. Judge Sullivan's decision referred to Young as an "unfit person." Cindy LOU'P parents were es- Iranged at the time of tho accident and her mother was returning to Nawueket leoin Dayton when it occurred. lured airmen more than an hour U'fore they found th'u main fuse- ago section, which contained Mitchell's body. The- Maxwell spokesman said he ,nlane was en route from Or- undo, Fia,, and hys bo«n rorout- ed to nearby Muscle Shoals because of adverse, landing conditions at Maxwell. He Kfiid the cause of the crash hud not been (earned, Credit Group Names Burke New Chairman Irvin fjurkp of IJe,Ann, was elect- estimate \vas prophecy," "« conservative All Around Town The Star Staff for tlic fellowship wW bo furnished, us will ifte drinks, Olcn liei'diix, newly elected to the §tatg Senate from t,be 7th District, is getting a building at the Ljttle Jlock unit of th,e (Hospital,Horned (or him , , ,' attpnd aye getables, salad? to bring ve- cation-serviops yju be „,,„ T .. day at 3 p.m. with Gpv. Paubus 35 the prjnfipal speaker . ". , the buUding, formerly (he jp of the \Voj-ld, WQ men represented, fhg Jimmy Rowe Jfutson were he egu-esl way tp'o an. 95111 «ag,,*Jvs. T- Y- ftf pf ihg school. Mvill be '-known 4Iend.ri>c flail in ' (he Chairman ' of the Prjean$, vain '6(5 6? 03 5.0 Cjty, cjpu^y 5? 51 sJoydy 6* Stale Hospital £oard. Martha and Beta of ijajj-.dress.ei's to ii'addle ied the singing c|o«dy Mg-i •tlaixd, Qi'c-, raja Pia . st^it? eonyentfoR In L)ttle §p 3 ngle4 Banner' proleision for §n pepanmpnj Stays ties |or ^^ust show ?§ JjTpths and 11 de^hs in ^Jempstefid during the ea.itcer JBllQim three, us : iita4{o)fci' three, and heart disease four , . . l^fovadsi county's rpport showed ?'l births and JQ deaths- two 'from cancer and one from heart disease. , ed chairman of (he county advis-ory council of the Nushviik' Produciion CredH Association ut a qu«ij dinner Tuesday Conway is going all-out to welcome (he 700 plus Hope fans for the Bobcat-Wampus Cat foottoull game Friday inght . , . a special train to football games Is rare indeed nowadays but it wasn't always that way . , , j-{ope fans rode special trains to several football a season byck in the "olcl days" when Ipw families had auto.' mobiles, and it was r a lot ot fun, at tho Diamond Cafe, succeeds W, L, Williams of Hope, Who ha-s sewed as county chair- nian for several ye-firs, J, G. Prcscolt of MeCfiskiU war, elected vice-chairman & chairman. of the program cummitlpo Jor thp annual meeting to be held Dec. '4, Other members of this committpo include Mi-s. Ira Turner and Moss of Washington; yies, W. L- ms of Hope and Mrs- Arthur Wimmoll of McCaskill. Harpld Stephens of Blcvins, \vas n,anicd ehainnaii (?f the rpgiitxg. tjpn committee and he wi}l be assisted by Mrs. Monroe Stuart of and Mr*. J. Q. frescptt of Reserve Plan in State Costs U.S.$1 Million LlTTr.K ROCK fAP)— Tho federal guvernmc-nl will have spent more than one million dollars on the Army Ri-servo program in Ar. Kansas by tho end of 1058, Mij, Gen, ^Kdwln A,. W M lker, command- ci' Pi' the Arknnsuij Military Dist (fid. suirl today. About $720,000 of tho amount will have gone as pay far Aik«m:,as re- Sprvii,ts participating in weekly drills and summer camps, JViilfcer said. The addition pf Q;JO reventgy flMthorii-ed men will increase th« pay total about $]G. 1 5,000 during anove and oifiht of the pnison«ors were allowed to iclurn to their' homos, The crew and a soldier passciiKor were reported still bu- J'IIK hold. ' ' , ' Last Saturday night four rebel «' gunmen seized a four-cngijie Viscount turboprop plane on its '15-' minulq flight i'rom Miaini to Vara- dcro Beach, 87 miles east of Ha- , vana, /• AH but three of the 20 persons , aboard were killed when,the gunmen forced the pilot to attempt- a landing, ' ' ' will Jletu-iug chaiiman W. L, Will- Jams will head the comroitteu. His J[ra Turueis Washington; ,* Qzau; Dub Dayis Walknr &fiicl other 1938 expondi- tures inc-lude $300,000 for construe,ion of Reserve Centers at JPayette- yille and Conway, 390 000 in rental 'ees fpj- training sites, and $fi5,000 'or contractual si-rvices, connnun- cations, repairs and utilitjof.. 'The Army Reserve now has two centers in Little Hock, In the planning slaeo are centers for fyne Bluff, Carndcn, jpl Dorado, Furl Smith ami Harrison, Army .Engineers will receive bids on the- proposed Pine Bluff center Nov, 13. 1 .Excluding construction costs, Lie.' tie pock, with SI83.0PO Is the Arkansas pity ruceU'ing the largest umouiU for Army Reserve ^ytlvi- lies. Othev t'ities reuwving mort; Lock of Democrats Delayed the Count WJ3STON, Mass. (AP) - Wvon/^^l as_ a Democratie sweep was bo, ^ ing tallied through M'a&sachusotts" town officials couldn't find enough, at them to sit up through early ' Wednesday, ' And fur lack of Democrats, the' vote count in Weston had' to be suspended about eight hours. < - 4he law requires a bipartjsu<i»' count of ballots. Republicans were on hand a |l right, but l,here we're ' no Democrats, so iho cpunt was' heW up at 1 a.m. - * -I'mfilly, at 9 a.m,, officiaj^ ar» ranged to have some seminarians' — registered Oemoerais -. conie over from the Jesuits' Weston CoK k'ge to watch the tallying, Former Resident of Hope Dies ~ , , P»'. fiervey A, Henderspn of Jn,. £, uanoplis. a retired Butjor Uruvek.r;'4 > «ty instructor, died yesterday ~^-v qoodianci, Ind. Ke was 53 and w listed in Who's Who in Ameri ' » ber World Peace |hem.§elyes havt mor^ fagjiUes d!4 pads In, th,e .early Wimmcll, IJruick. 34opo vyore Walker ?gid, include JFpyottcvlllo §76,000, Foil m.W. fine Piutt ?30,000, El $34,000, anc( opusboro sum, a former sppretary of Indiana State Teachers Assn. wdp u former head Pf the JWjonai |?du.' - pation Association, lie was A - 'if«myi« ^ItfisiliI«M

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