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To City If you fail tegefryeuf please telephsfte 7*3431 by 6:30 p, frn arid a §p*3la) will deliver ysuf paper* 66TH YEAR; VOL. 60 — NO, 81 if tit Bewii Knife Star For Weather fttporti See Celumn al Battem ef this Pags , w t J»«. 11, 111* HOPE, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 19S8 tM Amtiaitd fun t Audit IUMSU si A». Nel Paid Cut!. » ms), tndlA* I'M. Jd, If Si — i,4M PRICE Se COPY Goldfine Is Indicted by a federal Jury WASHINGTON (AP)—A federal grand jury todny Indicted Boston industrialist Bernard dohlfiitc on a charge of contempt of Congress The 13'count Indictment was based on Goldfiiic's refusal to atl» swer 22 questions put to htm by the House Subcommittee .on LOJ." islptivo oversight, which last sum* jQ'i- Investigated Goldfinu's relationship with Sherman Adams, tHch assistant to President Eisen» hower. The commute heard testimony that Goldmine, an old friend tit Adams, made valuable tflfts to Adams and that Adams had con< tactcd federal agencies invnstiijat ing GolcUlnc enterprises, The Questions Goldfine refused to answer were mostly about his itfiancial dealings with a Boston cwmpnny he controls. The Ho'ise voted a contempt citation 379-8 on Aug.. 1!». The law provides for maximum penalties of a year 1 In jail and n jtino of $1,000 for each count of contempt proven in court, • STRIKE ENDED — The first TWA plane to leavfi Kansas City on a commercial flight to the west coast since mechanics ended their strike Dec. 7 Is refueled after arrival from Chicago, t Flight originated In New York. — NEA Telephoto _ ' .. Weather ••Experiment Stalion report for 24-hours ending at 7 a. m. Tuesday, High 50, Low 23; No precipitation; Tol"fl 1958 precipitation Ihrough November, 52.03 inches; during the same period a year ago, 67.90 inches. RED RIVER at Index, 5.8 feet and at Fulton, 5.6 feet and falling; LITS ljE RIVER 8.6 feet at Horatio arid 1 feet at Whitccliffs and falling; Changes in rivers tor the next few days will be minor and unimportant. ARK REGIONAL FORECAST . By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS All sc c I i o n s: Considerable cloudiness and colder this afternoon and tonight, Wednesday partly cloudy and continued cold, «iursday ipartly^ cloudy and mod- ating, High this afternoon i|rn)'d 30s central, mid 20s to low' 30s northeast, mid 30s to low 40s southeast, mid 20s to "tnld • 30s northwest and mid 30s \ to mid 40s southwest; low tonight' near 20 central, 15 lo near 20 northeast low lo high 20s southeast, mid Icons lo near 20 northwest and low to mid , 20s southwest, .'RETURNED SAFELY — Mr. and Mrs. CyrihDeLosh of.Wash- ington, D. C., kiss 1 their 10-months-old daughter,"Victoria,'after the FBI returned the child to he'r parents. Victoria-was taken from; her,home by a baby setter, a formar'mental patient. The FBI ar•rested the baby sitter, Dolly V. Zirfc, on a charge. J of,kidnaping, — NEA'Telephoto ,- , ^ ,•?•**, " >. . Lost Contest, Pays>PiB|!alty 'AR KANSAS; Considerable cloudiness through Wednesday, colder tonight, lowest 15 extreme north to 28 extreme south portion tonight, highest 30-40 Wednesday, LOUISIANA: Considerable (.loudincsf through Wednesday, colder tonight, 28-32 extreme nortn and 32-30 central portion tonight, WEATHER ELSEWHERE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High J.ow P)', Albany, snow Albuquerque, cloudy Anchorage, snow Atlanta, clear Bismarck, clear Bosjon, snow Buffalo, cloudy Chicago, cjoar jCJcvoland, snow • Stiver, clear JTcs Moincs, clear Detroit, eleav Fort Worth, clear 2(3 20 ,02 <M 40 5 -3 T 57 34 0 -9 37 23 ,10 20 14 2.10 16 •-! ,11' go '0 ,)2 5J J8 JG 40 18 8 OJ 31 5 } 25 4 ,07 3Q JQ 63 55 PG li "47. ?8 SO ' ea ,03 >3 t? ,g, *jg lia Si 3g 11 5 Million Bales Latest Cotton Guess WASHINGTON (AP)— The Agriculture Department estimated yesterday that Arkansas' 1959 col- Ion crop would" total U20,000 bales, Women 1 ! Group fo Protest Aiford Vote L1TTLK SOCK (AP) — The XVorrteh's Emergency Committee to Open Otlr Schools plans to for- rnally (irotcst the write in gcnnol election victory r>f t)r Dnlc Alford oViM' Rep. lirticks Hays (O/ Ark). > Mrs. Joe R. forpWff, chairman of the U'limen'i cortiniillpis said yesterday atfidiivits svnuld be fpnl lo a special Invesligallng commit' IL'C of the U.S. House of ttcprit scntatlvcs stipijorlin;,' n prole.«l the women telegraphed Nov. 20. . The affidavits cone e r n n-- j'cgulorilics in Mm election, Mrs. Brewer said. John P, Wells, publisher of, a Weekly newspaper hero, previously filed a petition asking the House 'committee to inv<.'sll:fnlo Ihe clue- lion. Aiford, a segregallonisl, defeated lljiys, a racihl modi > tile, by 1,230 yples out of appio.vimaluly 00,000 cflst. Truck Drivers Victims of Gas Poisoning 'LANCASTER. Mo. (API—Three , ,,.,. , Arkansas truck clrivcis who died an average of Ud pounds pel acre. Jn fl bunkhoU80 nl „ lnlck slop The department made the esti mate in its final report of the year. The entire domestic crop was estimated 'at 11,581,000 bales compared to 10,964,000 in 1957. Arkansas' ginnings this year JotaJed 801,773 running bales compared to 728,771 last year, — Star Photo 1 & Engraving , PAYING PENALTY for losing a contest fco rgise money for the Goodfellovv fund is the Rev, Rufus Sorrells, ^pastor of, First Methodist Church, who is pushing his opponent, Pr, John McClan- ahanTpastor of First Baptist Church, through the,downtown streets in a wheelbarrow, Dr, John took along a hot water bottle in the near freezing weather, Even so, to keep warm, he had to take a turn at pushing Mr, Sorreljs, ,23 Jnclianapoijs, clem- Kansas City, cloudy Los Angeles, c}oud/ Louisyillp, cle»r Mei-nphis, clowdy MinmJ, cloudy Milwaukee, cjpar . st, faui, cleai- w Orleans, ploudy T°" is, snow QUy, 9loudy 45 ftf , cjoydy JQ 'i lphia, cloudy 8} ?§ i.< cjoudj- 7j' 49 ploar 81 JI Portend, jvfe,, pioudy g§ ]g iPortond, Ore, cjoucjy 44 ^5 Rapid pity, clear 3 »5 jJaH J^aHe QUy, cjoycly -]8 .SjJ San Osego, yjear " 64 53 » .n Fl'apciscp, cloudy 6q JI pttle, cloudy' " 47 U Tampa, cleuj' . 11 Washington, ole ar §5 §? ,,sq , A.R, Babb, Dies Monday in Local Hospital Mrs. A, R. Bal?b died at a local hospital Monday, Survivors include her husband, <A. R, Babb, two daughters, Mrs. L. J. Bryson of Prescott and Mrs, Robert Conway of Tulsa, Ok'la. ; three sisters, Mrs, Ruth Edmonds of Hopp, Mrs, Wil- |je irvin pf k on S "Beach, Calif., and Hv, P, W. Hplt of Little Rock and>ne hvother, K, A. Pfbb of. Faycttevillc, Funeral services svijl be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. st CorneJlys Chapel by the Rev. Mr. Harris and Rev. Seldon Blackburn of; Pj-escoti, will be la Memory Gardens, l»dy of Woman Shot in Head Is Found Ark. (AP) — The pody'QJyh.ousen'U'e who had b^en iu the head wn? found \o the i Of, her home at nearby Chos- last ni|ht. officers reported. , „ _^ W)}benks ssid Mrs. Petty, 38," apparently Jigd §ho| wijh a 45 Caliber re. yplYPt' found at sfteiift said Mrs. Petty I Another Red . - c, , t ^v Purge Hits Security Chief Py THPMA5 P, WHITNEY AP Foreign News Analyst Tho removal of army Gen. Ivan Serov as chief of ?oviet security — or the secret poljco— is a reminder that this powerful position is one of the mosi dangerous and thank less in the world, ' Most men. wljo have held it have conic to' 3 bad end. • FeJix Pzer-shinslsy was tho fir.3t Soviet 1 securjt/ |in4 secret police head. HO topk offipe pec. go, 1917. No Change in Sight From Cold Weather By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Arkansans shivered in the grip of wintry weather loday and the weatherman cautioned that no change was in sighl immediately Temperatures are expected vo dip into the mid-teens in north Arkansas tonight and it won't bi> much warmer in the southern pw* lion" of the stale. The U,S, Weather Bureau at Little Rock had no rep'orls of snow anywhere in the slate. A spokesman said a flurry or two might lave been sighted but that was all. Forecasters looked for cloudy skies through tomorrow, High readings today are cxpec'. here last weekend apparently were killed by, carbon monoxide poisoning, authorities in Arkansas and Missouri' reported yesterday. Coroner: Bryeo Norman of Lancaster said a labor?.lory report of Die Missouri Highway Paired showed that a satural-on of 75 to BO per cent carbon mo;ioxido was in blooclsarnples of two men who died Sunday. A concentration of (iO to 03 per cent is enough lo • cause dcalh, Ihe laboratory reported. The Missouri laboratory tesled blood samples from the bodies of John Parker, 27, of Little Rock, Ark., and William Briner, 22, of Malvcrn, Ark., employes of the' ID. "W. Hoskins Trucking Co. of :Malvorn. They lind been sent to Lancaster Declares School Crisis Linked to Communist Plot hlTTLE HOCK (AP) — Stale Hep. Patrick Knlsem said today n special legislative committee fully expects to prove the school Inlugrallon crisis here is connected with what he bailed a ''Communist plot." Von Dalsctn Is chairman of the special education committee of the Arkansas Legislative Council—the oul-of-rcgular session General Assembly. The 12-member cominlltee will begin hearings Monday on the Question of whether subversive elements ere Involved in the racial Integration dispute at Little flock. The "committee Investigation of the Ccntrnl High School situation has ben un,clor Way for nearly O year but no report on any findings has been made public, Van 'JDnlscrn said today that he expects to hear about ,5 witnesses. The hearing Monday will be closed i'or briefing of committee mem- Ibcrs. iPublic, proceedings arc tq start Tuesday and probably will last three or four days, Van 'Dal- .sem said. The Perry County legislator said he felt-there was little doubt Hint Worker Idleness Hits Chrysler Mich. rAP)— Worker Idleness at Chrysler Corp. ntito factories hit close to the 20,000 mark In the tJodge strike. Layoffs In the Uelroil (iron mUl at Indiana and New York plants swelled the lotnl in the Week old production rules dispute with llti» United Autd Workers Union. The layoffs, which also ntfont Plymouth production, wort 1 nltHb* tiled mainly /to parts sliorlitB<*8 Chrysler .«nlfl the strike ultimately can Idle ,10,000 workers. The union's 7,1)00 workers nl the key Dodge Main plant walked oil I Just Tuesday, charging an unfair production speedup. The company denies this. Included In the Dodge plant arc Dodge car assembly, (wo found' ries and a stamping operation. Negotiators failed Monday to roach 'agreement and met again today. Miller May Have Order on Hearing Day LITTLE ROCK (AP) U.' S. .subversive activities played a part ing In the case. District Judge John E, Miller sold yesterday ho probably will hand clown an order in the Llllle Hock Integration controversy Jan. 0 — the clay he has scheduled a hear- to return the truck of third Hoskins driver, Loui.s Leo Warden, 24, of Litllc Rock r \yho had dlod^ Friday in the same bunkhouse at' ICd Judri's truck slop. ' At Little Rock, tho Arkansas examiner, Dr, Schlurnborger, said an autopsy indicated that WarcU'ii, too, w.'is u victim ol carbon Although first been Irouble by in the racial crisis. lie said everything tho committee turns up will be Ihoroiujhly documented. "Wo can't deal with hearsay evidence and We don't want '.to. hurt any innocent person," Van Dalscm said. "But we arc. not 'going lo listen Iq any specchmaking by a bunch of radicals " Yesterday Ally. Gen. Bruce Bennett, assigned lo handle questioning of witnesses and introduction of evidence nt the,probe, predicted tile hearings would reveal that a subversive "scheme" led to the outbreak pt ^the Central High crisis. ' ' On Sept. 2 1037, Gov, Orval E, JTaubUiS cordoned Central- Ilifeh with stale guardsmen, Faubus sui dhe bud Information thai vio- v " lci)cq would erupt*"!! N|\grcj^"'.Htu- denls were 'admJtlra^^'henf'hu school opened the following clay, The hearings, Van iDnlsem said, W.irdon's dcalh had would provide "a liislorical back- attributed to heart I ground ,,.showing Communist activity in Arkansas from 1925 to Iho Missouri authorities, Sehlumbcrgor h.iid no trace of a heart ailment vms found. Ho added, however, lhat Iho cause "if WardfnV, death would not be positive un'.i) fUJ ther lu.sts were ed to range from mid 20's to completed In a day or two. mid 30s in the north lo the mid 30s Norman and two Missouri stole to mid 40s in the south. Lows in- »« s mspi.cloM yoiK-rony lounrt n of 8 heart at- lack July go, )Q26, after delivering a violent attack, pn, energies of Jo' soph Stalin, YyachcsJay Men?liinsk.y l^id the security job eight years. The offi' cfj fecord says that jMon,?!nnsky night will vai'y from 15 degres in the extreme north to 28 in t'.io extreme south, weathermen said Tomorrow's highs will be from 30 to 40 Coldest spol in Arkansas early today was Mountain Home which reported a low of 18 Other frigid spots included Flippjn 20, Batus? Ville and Fayettcviile 21, Gilbert 23, Walnut Ridge 20, Newport 27. Ojsark. '8 and Pardanclle and Fort Smith 29, Post Office Urges Public to Mail Early Postmaster (Robert Wilson saici today, "We hope* to keep up our good regord on Christmas mails by getting evprylhing processed and dehvcred well before Christmas Eve, 1 He said further that much depends on public cooperation in mailing Chrjstmag cards and gifts during the next few days Response to his "Mail F-arly' 1 appeals to date ,1185 topen excellent. Now it's R ease of keeping up the good •work, to avoid the last minute Christmas mail pile-ups, bird's nest in Iho vent of a water hearlcr in the lvinkh(iu.Si,'. l)tit I still think the stove. mu.sl have been n.t l.uill insle.ul of Uic water heater," Norman said, "because I Mnck'rijimiil lhat heater didn't have any vent al all lor a year or Iwo and nobucly was hurt," The coroner the slove would be turned on an 3 the nir tosled today or tomorrow, The frame bunkhouse poniain.5 only a b;ilh- room and space fr four or five beds. Both tlr hlo'/(> and w.ilcir heater used bottled gas. \yas poisoned in ( 'p/ the o| ijite lot, He gayg ' his, n#}ne to the ' rsventercd t,ol4 ptl\ev persons s,ome-- fiP,W?SS *'«aft«i*?*«»f"" WR 010 * EPS ^o/nmiitp^ <wte -^jjriiyr- was 'formed " to'Ttaka •o,v'£r_ t iiitej!i' skyite-gukharinit? erjemips of tho people." Henry Y-jagodg lasted from Feb< ruary 193^ Jo geptprnbpr }.9?6. He was tviec} |n th? roost famou? < 'treason" 14aj" «f gtfilJn,* co'.nvict- erf of poisoning Men,7hin,«ky a |lt l others, ,aiid' sljot of the 150 Women Attend Council Yule Party Approximately J5Q women at' tended the HD Council Christmas party held last sveek In the Fellow ship Hall, Hope Gospel Tabernacle, Mrs, Ernest Graham. Council pres- jdenl, presided during the day and presented the following program: Gyoup singing of Christmas car* ois _ Mrs. Graham, accompanied by Mrs. Roy Seewald; Pevolional, The stoj'y -of the wise men., Rev, Rufus Sorrels, Pastor First Meth'! ton. odist Church; Report on National meeting held in Wichita, Kansas, presen I," Bennett said thai among first witnesses was Secretary of State C. G, Hall, Former Li. Gov. ,1. S, CBcx) Shaver of Wynne and Pul- tiski Chancellor Guy K, Wilhums, The attorney goncrnl ,said Ihcse witnesses would lay groundwork Jor healing? to f'lllnw, Asked if Faubii'i inlylH be called ns a witness Bunneli declined comment, This kind of hearing Is very touchy," hu said. ''We want lo move carefully lo makj ccrlain that n<] innocent person is damaged in any way," Hail said he had :io advance inform a tlo'i on what ruicalions might be asked him. But he indicated he might be queried about his actions in barring Communsl Parly pandi- dales from Arkansas' 1040 ballot and Hemy Wallace, prc'i»idcnU<il candidate ofnho Piogre&sivc Parly, from the J'Jir) ballot The others named as witnesses by Bennett were not available for comment. Miller's order will Implement a mandate ot the Eighth U.S Circuit Court of Appeals for positive steps toward school Integration here. The mandate, entered by a 3- judge panel of the appellate cutui, also Instructed Miller to enjoin the Little Rock school Board and others Irom leasing public school property foi operation as private, segregated schools. Miller set Jan, 0 for a hearing on Ihu mandate lo permit interested parlies to present arguments. But the judge admitted that the mandate left lltlle room tor judicial "discretion." v "The fact that r will probably issue an order the day o flhe hearing does not mean I have in rnind now what my order will bo," Mil' Ior>su,id..,"r have in mind generally whB^lt ,\»i}l*'.?f(f' out the specific provisions will Ijo dotonrilnecl after the hearing," While Iho mandnlo dirock'd lhat affirmative steps be made toward integration specific details were left up to the district judge, Millrtr said the entire membership of the school board would be 'bound by a decision of the hoard's majority, Any defiance of a fuel cral court orcjor, tho judge con- linutid, could cause all board members to be cited for contempt, Nation Shivers in Pre-Winier Blast of Cold ; By THE ASSOCIATED PHEAS ' ;J A prewlnlcr blast of snow ahd fgl cold gave a midwinter sotting lo vjtS broacl areas from the Continental k "J Divide to New England today., , J '--i Oilier cold knifed Into Midwest /J necllons as snow diminished Irt i\'j$$ most areas West of the Mlsstsslp*„ ,'wi pi Valley. The snow, however, coh» **q tinned In Iho Northeast. The worst- <^1 snowstorm In history hit Oswcgo, . • ;M N.Y., with a record fall ot 33.Inch* . ,}f es In n 2'1-houi period, A ^lalc 6t • V^ emergency was declared torches '"?3 Lake Ontario city. > ' ,,;1| Lowest tcmpcraluros of tho sen- •ion were reported In many pol'ls )f Ihe snow bell from Ihe Rockies^, o deep Into the mId-Mlsslsslpni Valley and the Missouri Valley;' Below zero temperatures wuro common thioughoul Montana and the Dakotas and were reported as "ar south as central sections ,p( ^ Illinois and Indiana und"_m<... southern Iowa. , • ^ ', '•! One of the Iciest spot!) was In- - .crnallonal Falls, Minn., on Ihe ; Canadian border. The thermomclet 1 ^; v dipped lo 28 'degrees below zero, ,', which was a slight Improvement,, t over Monday's-32 reading. '< " ';>/• In South Dakota, it was -15 at" Philip and -M at Huron. Minne-, '; sola's Twin Cilles of Minneapolis V; and St, Paul shivered in readings " , arouiul ID below and northward al ' l Duiiith, It was colder, Chicago had ,, its coldest day since lahl 'FcbrU-,^ ary will) a low of 0 below., Six*, inches of snow covered areas in, 1 tho cily and suburbs. ",J •>' Tho storm which dumped snow t ~ falls ranging from more, thaYi7u.~t fool to three inches • across Ihpv Agj reached New England' during 'thV* $ Rockies and Midwest areas *" reached New England dm Ing tho night. The southern boundary Hie snow bell was Ihe Ohii southern Pennsylvania and metropolitan New York More than Iwo inches fell early'/feJ$S in the night In 'New England. '-^'^i Native of Fulton Dies in Texas Mrs. Fannic C, Heaves, a native of Fulton, died December 2, at her home in Gonzalcs, Texas, Services were held Reoem'ber 4, at Gony.alcs. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Myra Cox of Fulton, Attending the funeral from this area were Mrs. pthel Wa|luce of Hope, Mrs, Gquld Mass. Ashdown, Mrs. ben Cox sncl W, E. POX J{{, John Wilson New President of Hope C of C Former Moyor Jolin L, Wilson last night was elected Iho new president of Hope Chamber of Commerce, succeeding Jack Lowe, whose term is expiring 1 . Mr, Wilson will be inducted into office at the annual membership rnootiniJ and banquet to be held in January at tljo /lope High Schoo] cafeteria. The principal speaker luis not boon announced, but is expected to be an executive of Arkansas Power & Light Company, .Directors of the chamber of co(n- merco last night also elected Fred 0. Ellis as tirst vice-president; H, Guntor. Jr., second yiccrp dent; Frank Douglas, threasurer; and 8. N, Holt, secretary-manager The membership roster of the chamber of eoroniorcc at presen totals J76, but an intensive drive Js expected to get underway shortly for at least 80 new members, JVfucli of the work program outlined for the coming year hinges on now members, new enthusiasm, ancj greater financial facilities in -which to carry out the work, State Board Not to Hold You can-do both yourself and the MrSi Q,- a ham! yocal selections Star Post Office a real favor by socur ing free labels at the po§t office wjiich react, '»AU Out of Town Pe- )iyery, Jt and "All for Local Delivery," Place these Jabel§ on Bundles of cards wjth local add.j'essps and on thosp with out ot town clestma- j trict IIP Agent. of tjip Jjjast and. How Long lias Been, Charoletj Goad; The Christ- nni.s Story, A Mother and Kei 1 ; Child, JVIrs, Hazel Jordan, State HOA Pl)d Improving Home Oemon- slration Work, JJorothy price, Ui§- anq[ mail your outi-of-lown * ' Christmas* c&rds several >n cal of those intcndecl for lo- i 1 , mailing so that all fi'fts f 01 ' distant points are mailed fjrbt. Try tg get all of your out-of-town cards and gifts into 1,1)0 Pos.1 Office by Pec, 10 and those for points on Pec. Jo iPostmaster ha? asktd. the 3\tvs. Graham Introduced both the retiring ur\d incoming boyrd members tollosved by a report on HP accomplishments given by Mrs. Lamar WilUams, Council Secret Purlng Jh,e afternoon session the wove exchanged from bpawtifujly decorated holly trep by pester .Kent decorated, by the |lif»toji coop,ei-at|o/» of all business firms j TabJ^ decorations were by to postpone Uje mailing of circulars Liberty yiptory All Around Town By The Srgr Staff Couch Poo Sevjcr is taking his 69114or and & teants to Springs tonight for their first of ihe i 'Piay at the « hoys will goes at 8 o'clock. p. m. and the r A- Denlon, district forest* rcpoits that Peeembcr 4, f.jrp ipcd from a wa&hpoj, ip the old jQoyle cornmunily and Burned, civer "1 acres of grassing land qncj ucres of woodland and catalogs y,nMl ^Iter Pec. ?3 was jin charge of registration an4 1 [destroyed a hpusc and a b»irf» » , to J?ewp,the ipails- 'clear for the gmng out the gifts. CenlorvUJo i T rush,- asj n.ow the stamp and open HUP, sewed as the clean-up Coward Forester says Mr. and Mrs, Hutson failed tu (Jrown ' w,u$hpot fir? which v^us sp,cpadi jReece, ShPYpf, Wfincl ... hp urges extreme c ^n osjlmatcd 45.05Q Arkansas veterans, including many in this area, •who hold .participating QJ life insurance will receive $2,g03JOO in j-egylar annual dividends during 1058, the regional Veterans Admin* istralipn olfice has announced ,. « t the dividends will ho paid as sgon o us possible aftej- Jho anniversary dale Qi g^ch policy, A Highway Uepartincnl rtpori shows Highway 73 \n fjemp stead is i8 per vent complete . .". <pid ttifhway 24 prpjeci Is {ft per cent caipptcte . '. . 73 runs |rom frori} a futi". to 8 p, m-Sa,tMrda,vs in-1 SgviQg? UPC received the dPQfjby everyone in pheckjng w k4n.di is, from MvPwKlU to ^asJwUle, 'eluded- 'fft9 w.indpvs,'$ are always, r<'J?>0- Ipf P kla*e to ma.ke svjvc M ^jin'M . -™,_-—- £?JRW^ ajU^QhUrfte, so the j?p*t- TJl$ traditional CbfJslmAs d|n,j spread ... %<id Mr, tlPAtoo i-s^e-e- |iop,e's osv,n'Tommy j>$& va&. pt$t\%t s'yggfr^? th,at",pjc|a£ps be per Vns served" a| o«oj> vfi^ti tb^j iajlye^ui^s deer founds ),» ba ^jTVOWg lb» 4? Ai'Kuosas |rps!y,npji LITTLE ROCK (AP) — /Th« -' State Board of Education yc'ste'r-, day evaded a requirement for withholding aid from school district , which fail lo comply with Ar«" Kansas' property reassessment Jaw, The board sent out fifth al- lolmenl payments in advance o£ ~"j tlie Dec. IS reassessment dead-,' -<*JA line. |?V Education Commissioner Arch,' '- a .,| Ford said tlie action would permit -Vigj Ihe 1859 Legislature to consider the " 'jfj situation befoi'e aid is withheld. fS The next apportionment of funds i 'ITS will not come until late January -'''Q or February, he said. Ford added'j.iV-.'lj lhat this should give the General =V'r'l Assembly — which meets Jan. 13*'-^ — plenty of time 10 decide whether', *,^ i|ie rctissessment program will be. "^ continued as planned or a)ter.cd, ',;hSj Under presen), law, schop^ dl$i«''*•.'"? Iricls failing to bring property sp- tV'l pi'aisals up to ID pei cent of mar» ^ifp, would lose .a pereonUi'ge of slatiT T^S tunds due them, ,j3ff Tho rerjuirement is SO per uwli" 'Si by Dec. 15 next year,' -' f^fl Committee May Hear Publisher Monday LITTLE ROCK (AP- -r- John Wells, publisher of a wekly new8» paper here, said totjjy he has a,s}^» ed a special llouse invfcsMB'4tiii^ comniitlce to hear him Monday \IT, conncdion, with his charges of ul«c'- tion irregularities in A»kansa§ 4 Fifth Congressional Piptrjct, \ Wells said he h u d telegraj members ot ihe committee to U they would hear him. lie said he planned tp bo Washington Monday, parrying a'4i' ditlonal data to support his 0041-1 . tcJition of irregularities in the e}es.» f-'M tion of. wrUe-in candidate) Pafc 1 -" " J Aiford of Little R,ock to (he m the Nov. 4 general elpctipn,," Aiford, a segregationist rucrn,* ''J* ber of the LKtle JRocK " ' ' Coord, ousted veteran Rep. 4lays (d,-AiH). a moderate bp'UlP- 4'uchtl integration issue, - i The special committee' previous* iy had announced it would insgj, Monday, " ''' Wells is editor and publ.ishej 1 &$the Arkansas JJ9cOrdcr, h ' .;' teWM.Wte* 1 M8^$j*8$e $ I^S- 91 |»te 1 '?'P it«B#VeH UPP'serv^g a§ ^94^1 t^U'? n ^ nl ^ W C M ^ wegfe M J fuo,ti^ilors, to ^e ^'**'^sd M'81'8

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