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To City Subscribers: If yeu fail fa get yeuf Sttr p easr telephone 7*3431 by ' 6;3o p, m, and a spesial earner will driver yeur papef, For Waath-tr (Uporh See Celumn at Bottom ef This Page OTH YEAR; VOL. SO - NO. 35 HOPE, ARKANSAS, TUfSOAY, NOVfMIEft II, 1958 Red Embassy in Berlin Hurls Charges at West By SEVM6UR T6PPINQ (AP)— The Soviet Em< bassy in East Berlin held its first I news conference in four years today in an effort to dramatize Rus* sian charges that West Berlin is a hotbed of Western spies against tb4 Russian Communist regime. 's"'hc Soviets trotted out two Rus» sians — a 29'year-old Soviet army i lieutenant and a Moscow circus ; acrobat — who they claimed had [deserted to the West, broadcast [for the Americans and then had A change of heart. Russian spokesman J. W. Bu burov charged that a Western campaign of anti>Soviet propa- gamUt and activity to undermine! the Soviet government is "not /||ly endangering the Soviet Union and the other Socialist (Communist) lands but also al] humanity., The news conference, .attended by more than 300 Western j Communist newsmen, was anofhet step in the new Soviet offensive to drive Allied occupation forces out of West Berlin. Beburov said international !; tension would be eased if the West stopped trying to send Russian emigre spies into the 'Soviet iion. Earlier today Provda, the Soviet Communist party newspaper, charged that West-Berlin was a hotbed of espionage 'activity against the Soviet bloc. The Soviet campaign against the Allied occupation already lias won ! a significant propaganda victory 'for" Nikita Khrushchev. «&PW Plans Annual Sale of Cakes •Hope B&PW Club is preparing its annual fruit cake drive Thursday night, Nov. 20 from 7 to 9 p.m. These arc famous pecan fruit cakes in cans. This will be a door-to-door drive. All proceeds will be used lor a worthy cause by the club. weather •Experiment Station report for 24-hours ending at 7 a. m, Tuesday, High 70, Low 49, precipitation .4] of an inch Tol;al 1958 precipitation through October, 47,00 inches; during the same period a year ago, 61,94 inches, -ARK REGIONAL FORECAST •By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Central northeast, southeast and southwest: Clearing and colder this afternoon and tonight, AVudncsday fair and not quite so cold, Thursday pr.rlly cloudy and warmer, Northwest: Fair this •<,!• tornoon tonight -and '-Wednesday, somewhat w a r in" e r -,Wednesday, Thursday partly cloudy an warm* or. High this afternoon low to mid 50s central'and northeast, mid 50? southeast an 'southwest, in 40s -vrthwest; }ow. tonight low to mid 30s central,- upper 20s lo mi 30s northeast, mid to 'high 30s south- oast, mid ,20s to Jo\y 30s northwest, in the iiOs southwest, ARKANSAS; Clearing this noon and tonight, "cojder oasf anil "TIRED AND ALL MIXED UP" — Carll Fugate, 15, left, kisses her siKter, Mrs. Barbara Von Busch, before the latter took the stand in Carll's Lincoln, Neb., murder trial. Carll had complained in court that she was "tired and all mixed up." New fissile Set Off on Monday Night CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP.f — A mighty Atlas Intercontinental ballistic misilc (thundered" into space Monday night but the Air Force was silent today on the fate ol' the gianl war rocket. Jf the 100-ton missile hit its target, the United States took another great step forward' in its campaign lo develop a carriei that can drop a nuclear warhead on any target on earth. There was official silence, however, after the Atlas blasted oft at 11 p.m. The three engines of .the Atlas built up more than 350,000 pounds of thrust before the missile, was pleased. The^briiy-umo.^ Jts;^- liau'st' flames almost blinded newsmen watching from n platform three miles from the launching The thunder of . the rocket's engines shook this ari?a as tho Atlas climbed straight upward for about a minute, then curved gracefully away to the southeast. Four minutes later, it rcsembjad a groat slar hanging in th» sky.. Thirty seconds Jater it vanished from view as its fuel burned out. Rcporlcdly, Ihis Atlas was aimed for a target 3,000 miles down the Atlantic' Occsn tracking :'ange. Anderson Church Plans Coronation Anderson Baptist 'Church invites everyone lo the Girl's Auxiliary Coronation Service by candlelight at the church on Red Lake Road, Saturday,, Nov. 22,-ot 7;30 ,p.m. The pastor is the Rev. David /soMih"tonlSii7'io\VoVr"?5.srno"nhiP a » le y! director is M'rs. Charles portipn and 30-40 south tonigln, 1 Reynerson of If ope; presenting Wednesday fair-and not so cold charges mid awards will'toe M'rs. with highest 55-65, • David Raiiey; G, A, teachers, Mrs, Pob Ross and Pianist, Mrs. 'Mack Brown, 'Ushers include petty Haryel, Corinc Anderson; Candlelightcrs, potty McNeil and Pat Ifugka'bge; Assistant's, Ann Brown and C)ars Hamilton; Maidens, Donna and Bonnie Hflrvcl; Ladies in waiting, Ann Cato and Jane Collins; Princess, Sue Jiarve} and Kay Ross Julie | "•LOUISIANA! Scattered, showers in south' portion this after- south tonight. noon in otherwise cjoudy to partly cjoijdi' through Wednesday, coldej- jo j night, lowest iii 40's north pot-lion. ; THg WgATHER iv THg AS,§QC|'ATJ-p ... High tew Pr, (Albany. ra j n '47 ^ .{0 pjear « iphorage, cloudy Jama, cjoudy smprpU, clear [ Boston, cjoudy Buffalo, clear (Chicago, ploudy fPJeveJand, cjoudy 'Penyer, cloudy DCS Moines, c f p.<3trplt, clpudy | Fort Worth, cloydy cjQujy$" qcp,? 37 37 gp 17 ,03 81 58 26 }@ ,0g 53 5Q 83 s> 73' 43 . 69 U? ?6 ,1} ,05 ,Q§ (3Q ?fj J.JU 67 68 .0? ?6 insas 77 M M fain GO U m JW 40 Jpls,,l., Paul, sRp\y icy/ Qr}gai}$, clear 81 s» 5 Candidates tell Stqqd on Integration Confedierdte Home Asks for $42,780 LITTLE,-ROCK (AP)—The Arkansas Confederate Home * today asked the slale Legislalive Council to'.approve a $42,780 annual budget, k' ' ^ -'-',•.;/,,' The funds would be used to care for 19 widows' and daughters of Confederate veterans,. -., - , tf ;, •• Mis, -Leah Harkey, superintendent, said the population of the Confederate Home had declined from 29 persons in the past two'years but no corresponding reduction would be^made-Jn the . staff./ ,-" • The budget request-is,'about $3,500 loss* than .last..year's appropriation, 1 '"- ' *' •,.•'_•".- ' "' > Age''.of the persons now al tho 'Mrs. Harkey added. The council also received a request • from the Veterans Service Office for $51,400 a year for that facility and $47,800 a year for its Child Welfare Division. Both amounts are about the same as the current appropriations. Four other midget requests wore scheduled for hearing today, They were; White $141,000, tte A»»tl«UJ ftttt t, Audif Bureau of At, Ntt Paid eitti. t m6i. tAtfma Jip*. se, mi 3,488 PRICE Se COPY Blizzard Hits, Cripples North Plains; Arkansas Will Get Sub-freezing)Weather Tonight Boys Industrial School Negro Boys Industrial School $95,000, State Training School for Girls $48,390 and the Fargo Negro Girls Training School $60,500. Five of now }4 candidate? lov the Little Roc}? School poard issued s'ta^<?* Jaft night declaring that believers in segregation ?.n4 integrate" o£ -"jiQt jhp public schools, sjate ( ?is 5v;hpy| ' boyrd spat*, th.ey \ypuld lf noyer aptjon"w implempat five Medical Center ^dependent LITTLE' RO<JK>,'AP)^— A NUW York consulting' fjrm , recommend* ed yesterday that the Slate Mod"cal Center here be made jpore ndependcnt of the-, University of Arkansas, ' ' ' - ',•,,' ' a' report submitted to the Ar. tansas Legislative Council, Robert Boggs Associates said the Centnc should be operated as an independent unit of Ihe university by a "ull-lime vice" president for mcd oal affairs, The consultants' study of tho VJx'dical Center was financfU through a grant by WinttU'op Rockp- 'oijor. Among oUiev ' rec'ommendations. the report suggested: l, Fnci'lly doctors be permittee] o enter limited private practice, '4. No efforl be made lo revise fie court-voided J957 Patient Quota bul that cities and counties pay a fair share of the post Q{ treat* went of indigent patients. 3, ' The , Cento}' admu prlvaie patients up" to .30 per cent of capacity, J. .Expansion of intern and residency programs to include othci hospitals 'n Hie state, 5. The number pf J\Jodical stii" dents, be increased to 120, and, in event of a lack of qualified slat's applicants, that , up tp 30 sjdent applicants be The report olso that KANSAS CITY,, Mo.tAP) '>-Blizzard conditions crippled Din northern Plains today as n storm rolled slowly into Canada leaving much of mid-America covered with drifted snow, tornado litter and raih'swolleh streams. At least 10 deaths were attributed to one of tbc earliest major winter storms In Weather Bureau history—a turbulence thai swept from Texas and Louisiana to Minnesota and Wisconsin, from tho slopes of the Rockies to the Mississippi River. Tho storm center moved to the Minnesota'Canadian border ovnr- nighl and Was txpeclcd to pass into Western Ontario by evening, resulting in diminishing winds and generally improving conditions over the northern Plains late, tonight. Heavy snow drilling Was reported over Ihe Dakolas and northwest Minnesota, making road travel hazardous. Temperatures dropped to 21, bo- low at Alamosa In south central Colorado, 12 below at Flagstaff, Ariz., and 6 below al Ztini, N. M and Bryce Canyon, Utah. Low readings from Texas to Illinois were mostly in tho 20s and 3Us but Ihe temperatures sagged to 7 above at Goodland, Kan., and 12 al Dalhart, Tex. A band of rain and scattered 1 thunderstorms stretched from the Gulf Coast in Texas to the Ohio- Michigan border, marking the ad- vpncc edge of the cold air A few show flurries continued over the Rockies. Ralr. began moving Into the Northwest again", with snow over interior of 'Washington and Oregon. Unusually severe for this lims of year, the storm deposited as much as 1G inches of snow Monday al Lommon, S.'D. Generally the depths were six to eighl inches across western Kansas, Throughout the blizzard area wind gusts oC as much as 50 miles an hour whipped the snow into road-clogging drifts and made 'driving hazardous. Roads from Kansas southward, however, were generally open to travel. ,<, I!*U$ Q £'?,x, as , and.JDklahoma pan r nari'aTes ""IhVsriow turned to "slush then froze again Monday night, making driving treacherous. In Arizona "the slorm left two inches of snow on the desert, de posited ,4y 2 inches al normally warm Tucson and 14 inches at Flagstaff. •Bonfe-chilling tempcraturci; followed the clearing. The Mercury dropped to zero in northern Arizona and. 10 below in northern New Mexico, Tornadoes and high "winds caused damage in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Iowa as the storm system approached, Scattered severe thunderstorms and possible tornadoes were forecast for an area from extreme soujlbeastorn 'Iowa (to, extreme southeastern Wisconsin'; 1 Highway accidents caused three deaths in Missouri, two in Colorado and one in South Dakota. High winds caused two other deaths, A Texas oil field worker was killed when winds blew ov?r an oil v'g near Odessa, An Oklahoma woman died when a high wind struck her chicken house. Heart attacks caused two deaths in Ihe Oklahoma snow. THE AS§0<3IAfgb PRESS Sub-freezing weather for some areas ol Arkansas Is expected lo night in the wake of a cold front that marched out of the slain today. The cold front touched oft high winds. Isolated tornadoes and torrential rains as 11 pushed Into Arkansas yesterday. It sertl -tempera- hires tumbling' as much as 45 degrees in sonu« sections! The U.S. Weather Bureau at Little Rock forecast fair sties hn<l continued cold weather today, 'lo- night and tomorrow. Slightly warmer tempera lures are expected tomorrow. The out- loOk is for partly cloudy skies and warmer weather Thursday. Low readings In Arkansas tonight are expected lo rangu from 25j to 35 in the north to 30 to -10 in' (he south. Highs tomorrow will bo} in the mid 50s to mid CDs in mpsl of the stale. Lowest temperature reported in the stale last night was at Fay cllevlllc where Ihe mercery read 29i after falling Irom a high of 74. Other lows were 33 at Mountain Home and Gilbert and 34 at Flippin, (former Hope Resident Wins $10,000 '"'i' «GLEWOOD — A Glenwood house- wilife won $10,000 Monday night from a network television program. "•Mrs. D. L. LaRuo said she "almost tainted" when notified by telegram of the prize. She is the form- cr;Miss Mabel Schnoiker of Hope. The program, "Anybody Can , offers awards to viewers at range, considcrpUon, op to establishing a denial school, sphqpls for rcgisteved pud prscOca}"nursQ6i-a eJivontc disease hospital and pavilions for private and rm'nirnum, ear"0 patients. home who come closest lo predicl- ing Ihe number of points contestants on the show will accumulate over a four-week period. Mrs, La Rue said she guessed the filial scores -of three of the four contestants "right on the button, bul I missed one by five points." Friends deluged Mrs. La Rue with, telephone calls when her name w'tfts announced,^ a's'fwlnner- on- the show. A relative '• in 'Illinois also called and her two sisters and brother who continue to operate the Schneikcr Hotel in Hope also called. Mrs, La Rue and her husband a section foreman on the Missour Pacific Railroad, have a son and a daughter, both married. Did she have any, special plans for the money? ''Debts to pay," she said, Farm-City Week Observed ' > "• — Star Photo & Engraving CLIMAXING Farm-City Week In Hope was an address today noon by Judge Lyle Brown as some 32 outstanding Hempstead farmers were special guests of the Klwnnls Club at a luncheon at Diamond Cafe. The top photo shows some of the guests In the Diamond dining room. The bottom photo shows a few of the special guests looking at a sign on parking meters which announces free parking for everyone Tuesday while visiting In Hooe. Still Search for Pair in Missing Plane FOHTsCOLLINS, Colo, (AP) droiind, FugqteGirl Had Account With Slayer By ODELL HANSON LINCOLN, Neb. (API Cari) Quorum Court Delays Action Until Dec,!5 Hempstead Quorum Court met briefly yesterday but took little action before adjourning until Pec, 15th, The grpup discussed a proposed bounty on crows and salamanders but Delayed any action. Fjna] action, on appropriations, , D ,„_ ..,._ . must await the annual school elec* i has been based largely ojVher own lions whjcj; will toe hejd on Pec, 6.1 testimony, .Fugate said today she once liar] a joint saving's account with con victed killer Charles Slarkwealh- r. The 15-yoar-old girl, who is on trial for firsl degree murder as Starkweather's alleged accomplice in one of the | 11 killings altribcted tp him, lold about the savings ac unt^ during crossrexamination. She said aboul three monlhs before the notorious killing tour, Starkweather brought her a sig nature card which gave her the right to draw money from the ac count, lie explained he had been doing some drag racing und &!• ready had been involved in or. Timor accjdent. He swid he want ed hyr (Q get his money if ho should be killed, the girj related, Caril said she never learned hiv much money was jn the accou.nt. Cross-examination of Caril was Jil its final stages today and the c^se js expected to go to the jury by Thursday. The girl'f= defense during the three-week Jong trial All Around Town bitter cold * and snow - colakod mountains today toward what may be distress signals of Iwo fliers missing since their C4G vanished in blizzard Sunday. Tliq goal of the senrch parly is lour fires, fpchioned into the shapy of an "L". The fires were spotted late Monday by LI, Cnlcy A, /fun- sucker, n student pilot at Lowry Air Force Base near Denver, Because of tho weather, Hunsucker was unable to fly bis T33 closer to the fires, pinpointed be- Iweon Iwo peaks 25 miles wqsH of here. The pilot of tbo missing cargo! same as now, Opposition in Only One School Dist. i • Only'one,district in* IJempstead •.Opuniy.Vv/iJJ'. linve .-sipposltloh ipr b'Qard posts when voters go to the polls in thu annual school election on Due. 6. No districl is seeking a tax increase. •At 1'ntmos Mulvin Joy and Finis Odom seek post No, 1, while Portus Gilley und Arnold TVU'ddlc'brooks souk post NIL 2, There is no opposition for posts in other dislricls, JVJillagc to' be voted 27. JIopo 1-A will elect Jud Martindale for Post i and Norman Moore for Post 2. Thu rnillage is 35, the plane has been identified as K L. Courteli of Naywaid, Calif., and the co-pilot as Calvin Cloud of Napa, Calif, Immediately -after Ilunsuckcr spotted Ihe fires, a, ground party was dispatched into thu area. The plane, en roulg from Den ver to Hill Air Forco Base. Ulah left Denver eurjy Sunday, i-d'tll more lhan half an hour later, the pilot radioed that ono of thu Uvi engines had failed, Tho plync wax the properly <-> the Capitol Airways of Nashville Tcnn,, and hud ben legist d to tho Saenger Plays Bolshoi Ballet Tonight 7:45 The Rank Organization's cuToi presentation, of "The Bolshoi Ballet," which stars pvima ballurina Gaiinj) UJajjovu, wiij hnvij its first American public performances 'ut the Sacngur Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 18, with one performance pnly at 7:45 p,m. All scuts $1,00. filmed in London by director Paul dinner by q multi-camera method designed by himself to capture the lull theatrical impact of o Jive ballot performance. The A work order h^$ been issued by ttje gtate JJighy way Dppai tment for , start of ponstnictlpn on a WQW Camp 28 plans u squirrel mulligan at 7:30 Thursday project project) begins a.t the c,ast city limits pf Hppp and extends easterly for 8.S36 , Aid!- • • a11 fu ' ea the project) 'uyited to the fepd, Bullet" was filmed cxact- y as performed for Ifer J4ajesty Queen Elizabeth H when the Bolshoi Ballet group of. 'Moscow itis historic viiit to tho .Royal Opera ilousc, Coypnt Cardun, in Lpndon Jast year. Man Shot 1 by Rlevlns; Kurl Jcstor is the only cfujdidate for the board; millago is 37. •Hcmpsluad li: K, ^L, GamWq seeks hoard position; mills to be vpled 34. Spring HiJi: -Horacu Phillips seeks seeks tax is SO Saratoga — 30 mills, Washington; Joe Booker post 1 and MiUim Green, pobt 2; mills to be ynted 34. Guernsey: Carl Self seeks re- ejection. Miiiage is 30. Carl J, Martin is candidate for Charges Racial Trouble Fault of Politicians JIOCK (AP---A . .._ official elnirtfcd today Ihfil Littlfl' Hock's racial dispute had bet>n stirred up by "ecrlaln self-seeking politicians for their own gain and to cover up somn of Iheir bnd red* itrds." Dan Powell of Muinohls, District director of llio AFL-CIO'fl Commllloe on Political Education, told a labor meeting htirc thai,the union hud been damaged by such political actions. "Today It's prejudice ngalnst ' Ihe Negro," Powell said In an ad' dross to tho Arkansas State AFL-- ClO's annual convention, "tomorrow Il's afiainsl Ihe Calhollc, the next day against the Protestant , and the third clay against the .lew," Powell, whose district includes, i million union members In'.sfK Southern stales, mentioned' no names In his charge. • , . lie said the aim of the political , cdut'cilloii committee was to pro- soul the records of congressmen, stale leglslalors and other elected officials to union members, • • , We in no Way attempt to toll the union how to vole bul only ' polnl out Ihe records of lhc,«"offt- clalg pc'rUiinliig to their rclgn In' office," Powell said. ' ' • lie declared the racial problem was especially harmful lo organ- ised labor In the South. National AFL-C10 policy Is to create working opportunities for all "regard- J less of race, color or creed," add- ' Cd POWCll. x ••-'',': The official said he was "certain / "you can find organized labor speaking' out against politicians or any person or persons who would - uso racial mailers to benefit their 1 --' own ambitions." ,-..,< Powell also said labor had pro- lestcd in many stales the establish-, muni of a sales lax. He said such ;' a tax was a hardship for working,' people. - t ",„-"• "Big business will always come' ( '; out In favor of the sales tux as '*" opposed to any increase in person-;/«'*_ »nl,i income-'" or corpbralioiv'tax;". V,* said Powell, "Like certain wise political leaders may try to fool, the ^" public with wordy slogans and»% catchy phrases which in reality arc an attempt lo support then- own political ambitions," ""'.' The Arkansas labor organization, yesterday 'changed its name from he Arkansas State Federated-;" Council, It passed over incumbent Odcll Smith of Little Hock in nonv "' Haling two union loaders for prcsi-, "' dent of the 00,000-member group. , "• UAW Strikes the Bendix Corp. Plant DJSTROJT' (AP) The Unitod- re-election to tho County Board . Th e .negotiators planned lo Auto Workers today struck Bendix^ Aviation Corp, in a contract dis. nite. At ipasl seven plant*, with- aboul 12,500 production "workers • vere shut-down hy the strike,'"> Negotiations continued niidnighl start of the strike, then, i- recessud at 7 a.m. after a -mai-B' thon session of 2J hours of almost continuous bargaining, • ' from SSonu 3, Saratoga and Wash jngton, Barrcl Blast Js Fatal to Youth PARIS, Ark, iAP)~- An explosion 40 an empty barrol that once had contained paint thinner killed a 9' year-o]d boy near here* Sunday, lie was Jimmy Firher, sun ef Mr. and Mrs,. KvovcUe Wisher ot the Community, The boy lit y match inside thp go-gallon barrel and authorities said apparently lingering fumes caused the blast. Jimmy died of injuries er> route to a Paris hospital. sume talks,, K, M, Sconyurs, federal media' tor, said the negotiators had nap-' rowed the, dispute to *'a fey/ ma> jor issues, taut they are highly- technical and ol major impo^ tnnue to both parties," ~ > The 13,500 UAW members oij the Bendix payroll have been wprking under an extension of thY old contrac'l which expired last July, Bendix makes computers, missilo$, afrcraft and acto parts," The walkouts were in plants a\ Soutlj Bend, Ind.; Detroit; ft, Jij« , soph, Mich.; Madison Heights* Mich.; Tetorboro, N.J.; Nprth ''• '^ Hollywood, Calif,, and Lo? An . gelos, ' . ? At q plant at JElipira, N,Y M jhV'' 1,000 UAW workers stayed on t,h« ' , job. Union spokesmen said tljoy,' % , had not received strike notifio^i ~ tiun from the (JAW, - r .',-*' Ruling in SD-oilogo pS^^V^^^^S i vnarge li Appealed ^ a reduction i n the moneV it ->jr ^ > ptays for employe liospjtalizattw >iHa LITTLE BOCK (AP)—Shaver fi j insurance. The union is seckiiyj-'"''" 5 Son of Sprjnftdule yesterday | improvements m pensions, appealed to tho Arfyuis-aj- Supivm 3' mental i'jhempioym|'nt

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