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To City Subicribirt! If yeu foil te §§f.ydtif Star E>l§as§ fgtephsRe 7*3431 by 6.-30 p. m. arid a §p«g«8l gamier will deliver ysur paper, (Wits For Weather Reports Ss§ Celumfi af Bettam ef This if«i 81 HSptf !««. Prtss 1M» C««»6lid«Hd Jan. tl, tfil HOPE, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1958 Mem6*M the A»i«tl«l«d Prill i Audi! tuttftd Bf Av, N6f Paid Cittl. i m«i, tndliii !.•&». 30, 1911 3,4flfl AlC Pressure Resented by Commissioner LITTLE HoCK CAP)—A mcmboi- of the Arkansas Highway Coitimte' sinii said today that if tho Legislative Council's failure to rccom* mend a highway budget was a pressure \ffiovc, "then we resent the action." The coundll adjourned seven Nweks of budget hearings yeslci 1 * day without taking action on Mlgh- way Department requests, In 1957, the Legislature failed to act on the highway appropriation In regular session and this neces* Continued on Page Three Weather "'Experiment Station report for 24-hours ending at 7 a. m. Friday, High 45, Low 23; No precipitation; Total 1958 precipitation through November, 52,03 inches; during the same period a year ago,,;67.90 inches. Pony Sale Underway at Coliseum Arkansas Regional Forecast By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Central and .southeast Arkansas Cloudy this aitcrnoon, tonight anil Saturday, occasional light rain this afternoon, colder ibis . afternoon and tonight, little warmer Saturday afternoon, „ Sunday partly cloudy and cold, Northeast Arkansas: Cloudy this afternoon, tonight and Saturday, occasional light rain mixed with snow this afternoon, colder this afternoon and tonight, not quite so cold Saturday afternoon, iSunday partly cloudy and cold. Northwest and Southwest Ar^•msas: Cloudy ,this afternoon, to-' night and Saturday, colder this afternoon and tonight, not quite so cold Saturday afternoon, Sunday Partly cloudy and cold, High" this aitcrnoon upper 30s central, low' to mid 30s northeast* and northwest, near 40 southeast and mid 30s lo low 40s southwest; low tonight mid 20s central; upper teens to mid 20s northeast, mid to high 20s southeast and southwest, low teens to'-20 northwest, ,. ». — Star Photos & Engravings ' , 1 *A PONY SALE got underway at the Coliseum here,at 1 p: m. today under auspices of the Third District Show..'Jhe top, photo shows the outside of,the Co'ljseum. 'The bottom picture shows left to right, Leonard Sanders o'f Hope, C. ,D. 1 Oman of, Little- Rock, R. C.-Welch and daughter, Roberta, Hot Springs'looking over the 'various equipment on,display prior to the sale. ' . v , j ,, ^ \ "• Finds Cache of Bonds Worth $15Millidti • i,F-« ANCISCO, official, checking on why Extended Forecast for the Period) Dec. 12-Dec. 17: I deposit box, slumbled on a cache ARKANSAS—Temperatures 4' to' K degrees below normal. Normal minima 28 to 38, Normal maxima 4(5 to 65. Cold over weekend fol> lowed by warming trend. Precipitation light or none, Some scattered snow or rain. I California was billed $26 for a safe of prewar Japanese bonds he values at 15 million dollars , They ihad been forgotten, although apparently gathering interest.,for 17 years since being seized- when' Japanese assets in ARKANSS — Mostly cloudy through Saturday, some light snow « » northeast and light rain, and TOW mixed southeast portion this afternoon, colder this afternoon and tonight,, lowest 15 extreme north to 30 extreme south portion tonight a little warmer Saturday with highest in 40s, LO.UISIANA — Considerable cloudiness through- Saturday, a little colder extreme north porr lion tonig'ht with lowest 32-36, HE WEATHER ELSEWHERE y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pj'i J7 8 62 35 20 22 ' 38 2? 10 *§ 21 J6 ,91 23 13 2(1 JO ,03 19 11 ,02 51- 20 .15 18 ,5 T ;9 7 ,03 52 35 -. 37 §4 ,09 ?5 Jl 34 £ ' 85 58 Albany, cloudy Albviquerque, clear Anchorage., cloudy Allanla, cloudy Bismarck, cloudy Boston, snosy Buffalo, cloudy Chicago, snow Cleveland, ,snow Denver, snow jpes MOJITOS, snow Ticti'oil, snow Fort Worth, , gjoar Helana, clear Indianapolis, Kansas City J.,05 Angeles, clear Louisville, cloudy Memphis, snow Miami, gloudy Milwaukee,, snow , 0\f.pls.«St; Paul, cjear f?ew Orleans, cjenr »few VPrH. Ploucly ' ^3 iy Pklahoma PUy ( cjpup]y 53 gq Omaha, pjoudy 9 ' 4 philadelpliia, .pjeay m -)7 'Phoenix, - clear f ' 73 43 ' Pittsburgh, si\o)v" i^~ 13 T jPoj'tiand, M9., ctoudy 1§ }Q fiapio; gityj snow'- g? -12 #11 t. ioujs, plp'nr •' ,, §7 10 " - - ' Clty 4 cJ 9 udy 19' 46 ,U the ^United States were frozen shortly before World War II William A Burkell, Ihe state's superintendent of banks, made his find, .public Thursday when he asked,' -Superior Court to deter- rnine'nvho owns the bonds He said, he asked "What's in it?" and opened tho , box after getting the bill from the American Trust Co Owners were not listed on the bonds,"* which were seized in the lobby, of -' the Yokohama Specie Bank!,? San Francisco branch July 29, 1941— four days* after all- Japanese. -assets in this country were , f l'Q7,e,rj , as war v neared '• The bonds wound up in the custody' 'of' the states when California liquidated enemy banks after Pearl .Harbor. The state had been payinij ^safe deposit box rental 4? 3g ,07 g3 53 .0? 30 3 ,0} 9 S 53 3g Burketl says he is sure the? bonds "are worth .at least 15 mil- Jjpn dollars in American dollars, as of today" Facipg the court is. the problem of what 4° do with them Do Ihey go to the alien property custodian jn Washington, DC? Roes _thi Slate of California pwn< them? Do they EO to their original owner, Whoever he may be' Settling that Will ^undoubtedly take- a Jot of * action _' Elmer Mwph 66 f Pfa$*,l?riday. in Local Hospital Jphi)« v EJmer aged, 66, a , lieye for many years, pitaj, early Friday in include his wife, (Mrs, J." 0, , s. brother, , . of 'Arlington,- Te^- flStpi's. -RJrs. ISdwja "^'grd t , (both o| A^P€pmmpn Stockjyii oh ExcKcirige . ' ^ ^ A i S "- . K '' ,** ' ' ers-''of 'Great Atlantic-'^'Pacific Tea' Co. today voted in favor of a plan which eventually, will,put the company's new common stock on the New York Slock .Exchange. First preferred .stockholders vol. ed 224,584 shares in favor of Ihe plan and 2,802 shares against. All Ihe common shares lotn.ling 1,150,000 were voted in favor of Ihe plan. The proposal approved earlier by dircclors eliminales referred and nonvoling, slock and substitutes a single class of, voting common. -, ~-, The first public stockholders meeting in the' company's -99-year history got under 1 way with about 150 shareowners present. * The meeting - was dcslined lo lead lo listing'of part of-the grocery chain's stpc f H'; v on the JMow York Stock^ Exchange, .Previously Ihe nonvotirig stock svas traded on the American Slock" Exchange, The proposal docs nol cplj for any new' financing or Ihe public sale of any slock. Court^THrject toQusfHQffa FaGesUnipn MIAMI,'BEACH,'Fin.- fXp) — The Teamsters braced for battjp joday in the !f,a§e , of a federal court lhrea.1- to'oust Janies- Hofl'a as their president' unless they obey CQUi't prdevs tp 'clean house. The Executive - Board, of the huge unjon voted Ho appc'al U.S, Dist, Judge, F, .,Dickinson, Letts' ruling that the Tearnsters heed,. p e f o r made by tors. ' " Hofffl, lion' Tei i-jec} by tli?' wordej) - -'-''- 'recqrhp>endal!ons loader, pfl'/s mil' din'f'Sepm wpr< vigorous!/ •-• ' it jwpt i Beans' ^ figljt," he said p^eex fully, "We '' ' '' ' appeal alj the ' ,We'yff services will be held at g;|f) 'jj.m. "iSaJurday at the First Burial plfms, for. sa(4 the ' ^ono (iQUyng qen.trary'. tt? wjU caiicQj Mareh ir-''j}pi?ss*ayy. Tlw forbade-g convention, that soo.q pij the g^Ufld ' yet sjennci hpytgp membership' Jlu'ouglj - - Good Gain in Soles This Week ST. LOUIS (AP)-Wcekty Sales in detsnl-tmeht stores in llic i3iglltli i-'ccteial H o s e i- v t; DislHct lust week averaficd 9 per cent above the similar week in Ida 1 ?. The federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis said a letup in recelit bad tt'Cather helped notch higher sales as the Christmas season approached. Louisville liad a 12 per colU sales gain, n figure matched by seven smaller district cities. St, Louis sales rose 3 per cent. Memphis sales 9 per cent, und Little iKock sales 6 per cent, Sales for the month period ended last week were 2 per cent above the like month last year, the bank said. Three Registrars Resign After 'Rights' Hearing MONTGOMERY, Ala (AP)—At least three Alabama voter registrars have resigned after the federal Civil Rights Commission hearing on Negro voting com- paints here this week. Two others under a federal court order to appear before a sub- commiltec of the commission next Friday said they plan • lo honor their subpoenas Dr. John A. Hannah, commission chairman, snid he and Gov Lcroy Collins of Florida will serve as the subcommittee for the second hearings. State Circuit Judge George Wai- Jace of Clayton, Ala, who refused to respond _tq a subpoena, Wasn't said whether he will honor Iho federal court order He was rcsubpocnacd along with who refused to live registrars testify. The governor's office disclosed today that R E Cook, chairman of the Board of Registrars in Wil- / cox County, has sent Iji his resig-' nation iM'acon Counly 'Regislrars E. P. Livingston and Grady -Rogers resigned on grounds they \vcrqr intimidated '- ' "" Two members of the Barbour Counly Board, W, !A. Stokes Sr. and J W Spencer, said thoy expect 'to be a tthc commission session next Fiiday The fiflh registrar subpoenaed, M, T. Evans of Bullock County, was unavailable for comment Although they havt- resigned, the two Macon County registrars said they plan lo appear at the second meeting of ihe commission next week Bui they said "We aren't reg- islrars any more and no records are in our possession," What effect this may have on the invesli- gatior) had not been determined. Refusal to o'bey the supoenas could bring contempt citations and possible penalties of imprisonment or fines. This would bo at the court's decision. A promise of "vigorous opposition" to the court orders came Jrorn Alabama Atty, Gen. John Patterson, who will take office as governor next month- The 37-year-old official, upon Whose advice the registrars kept silent at the hearing, said he was considering 1 intervention in the form of a motion to set aside tho orders issued by U.E, Dist, Judge Prank W, Johnson Jj-. with the orders, in addi Moscow Warns West in Trying to Force Meet By ANOELO NAtALE jMOSCOW (AP)— Thn Soviet Union put in another bid Thursday n'lghl for n summit meeting on eaures of inlornntional tension. It included the Berlin situation but 'ruled out discussion of German reunification. The statement from (he official t1.cws agency Tass rilso warned that any Western use of force to rhainutin access to Berlin would be. 1 niO|l by Soviet force and would touch off a nuclcnr war. Some Western official." have iprpposed that iBcrlln !be discussed o'njiy in connection with the entire Gcrh'ian unification problem. Tass- rl-nowecl the K r e m 1 i n stand agirtnst negotiating on reunification and also rejected again the :Wtslern demand for all-German Irijo elections. pic Soviet Union repealed, how- ewr, ils readiness to talk about a fWorld War II peace treaty for Goi'msny, Tass added that the iSbviot Union stands for a' meet; Jng of the heads -of slate, on tho 'condition that East and West, are equally represented, with the aim •pfj "discussing ripened questions of' consequence (toward) casing international tension ..." The Communists contend thai .German unification should be negotiated by the East and West German governments, meeting ns equals. .Preliminary negotiations for a Isii.rnmit conference broke down last June when the Kremlin published secret minutes of meetings in (Moscow, The West was insisting on searching talks at a lower level to insure likelihood of agreement before, the heads of governments gathered. The Soviet Union* wanted to get the government cbipfs ,to ,do the actual trading. The West ^Iso had insisted on restricting' any summit conference to ?-the •-United Stales, Bi'Hain, France and the Soviet Union, 'with possibly a few neutrals. It had rj- >jec,ted Soviet efforts to include such small Communist nations as , apd Czechoslovakia tui 1 equality. " " ' The statement reiterated thai the Soviet Union will transfer its occupation powers to the East Germans in six months regardless of whether the West accepts Premier Khrushchev's proposal to make west Berlin an unarmed free cily. * Uiief of Ihesc powers is control of the . Western Allies' supply aoutes lo their garrisons in West Berlin. To talk of Allied counteraction against any new Communist blockade, Tass asked; "Is it not clear that ,Tiiy attempt to ibreak into Berlin by force would mean an attack on the (A Communist) German Democratic Republic and also its Warsaw Pact allies?" (.The Warsaw Pact js Ihu military alliance of ihe Soviet Union and its East European bloc,) In Washington, Stute Department oflk'ials said the Tass slaU- mcmt looked like a propaganda broad?jdo, They said again that thy United States will not be do^ terred by threats Irom defending ils rights in Berlin. Bids Token on Bull Shoals Project LJTTtE fiOCK (AP)-The Now- lion to Livingston and Rogers, port News Shipbuilding & 'Qircuit Judge George C. Dock Co. of Newport News Wallace of Clayton, Ala,, Regb- submitted an apparent low bid '\>t J, W, Spencer and W. A. ?M73,W yesterday for construction of two B2,200-horsc.-po\ver hydraulip turbines for Dull Shoal Dam near Mountain Home, The two turbines will be the last of six turbine-gcneroior units plan* ned for the dam. Army Engineers said a contract probably will be awarded in about a month for delivery by Jan. 1, 196J, glokes of Barbour County and M. P, Eyans of Bullock County. AVaJlace, who wpul'J only say he was conferring with his attorney about the federal order, j-efu.si.d oven to appear at the first hear' JOS, AS a st,nte judge, he sajd, he is immune from federal invcsti* fiftions, All Around Town ly Thg its/ Stsff 'A, special (program will be Bee, 34 at 3;30 p,,trs, over Tojcarlssnq, sgjytlng who >verc un- «J9$'gated and untied jij |op^ba}l this week irom Kansas Cily, Mo. uMr. Lewis a principal ynd. teacher at Magnet Cove, Malvorn t for 'JQ years 'before retiring in 1955 ... ho is a U of 'A graduate and attended Arkansas State TeMchers jConway and Arkansas College in. Six students were recently jniti-1 Bates^jle. 1 into Aipha 'Chi, national scho- ,.,.,,.,... y socjety at §owthern,State CoV ] During the irjpnth t?f January a , the groyg includfiid Sob- Soeisil Security representative ^vJH Phillips of. jSleyiris, , be at the Court j?o«p of jiope City |ia}l mi 9 y.m, op e'cah Thursday in ihe month . . , if you have S§ Jege . Jli-MJJiwwn Aid Distributed {41TW2 .ROCK a million' incl • a half. > rtpUar? ^istrljjuted to Arteansj- uridjjr the temporary :I*?M ~ty ***?& Ohurph of jpy sHerndon-CQrneliiis fios 'Active jpBjlb.ea.veri?', Sam ts-*have l)i,m§elf re bein " see him on one of the _ The union's -J^wyprs wJlJJ "go, ' - Center $ome to peels' an- of $w jtgy- T ' • • -- the month ol Noyojplber \ver0 44 iraf^s deiaths jn, a? Assistant ageAt ' in, ( . eight wrecks: ^ero- Inypsti-. . In. n Bond to Present Christmas Concert - on Jm- g'i hej ae\y &£W~WB*,WfBi9';fU , 'flio fgcppy said W,|7|.«4 feeen $.$ Jo ' s Christmttg .^ ~ KEEP COOL — As the rest of the nation shivers and shakes under record cold nnd snowfalls, Kae Rnu Olrlam, left, and Judy Scott resort to a bl'lsk paddle atop a styrofoam "Ice cake" to keep cool In Silver Springs, Fla. — NEA Telaphoto Wesley Choir Yule Program Here Sunday The Wesley Choir of'the Melh- odisl Church will presenl a Chrisl- mas program of pagoanl and song Sunday December 14 a I 7 'o'clock. This choir is composed of children from Ihe Thirc\ Fourth, Fifth and Sixth grades and is under, the direction of Mrs. Garland Mcddcrs with Mrs. IS, R, Brown as'accom- panist, The choir will be assisted by representatives from all deparl- inents of Ihe church 'school. Mrs. Fj-ed Glanlon and Mrs. Henry Seatnans, A dircclQd itJie^litH,^ angel section, Mrs, Bob, Turner, the shepherds. LnGronc Williams is in charge of lighting. Mrs, Hilly Monts and Mrs. Arch Wylie headed Ihe transportation committee for choir members, Young adults and Senior Youth participating are; Miss Jojo Owens, as >Mary, Jerry O'Neal, Johnny Graves and Billy Hairr as Wise Men, Misses Nancy Reese and Edwina Whitman as Herald Angels, Misses Anna Whitman, Carol Joy Meyers, Carol Coop, Brenda Ifamm, Judy Ray McDowell, and Sue Moore as Curtain Angels. Dog Medical Hero Is Now Missing NEW ORLEANS, La, (AP)—A canine hero of the medical fra- lernily is missing. Big Ben, designaled as research dog hero of 1058 by the National Society for Medical Research, due ip roc-wive a ypecia] collar twilh a silvc rplale, appropriately inscribed. The mixed-breed, 3-year-old dog, retired by the- Tulanu University medical school, disappeared from the home ol his caretakers, the Arnold York family across the Mississippi 'River from New Orleans, Uis medical record at Tulane included! 1. Living proof of the feasibility of treatment of deadly brain, cancers. g. Twice the subject of special experiments in the battle again:4 citnc>;r in human limbs and -organs, 3. Service us a blrod donov for other animals, 4. An emergency' operation that saved his life in a massive homf orrhage in thp neck. ' Ho was as frisky as ever When fie retired from medical'syrviv?} service last summer. Then 1 came word that the society had dcsi.i^ flated him as the year's' top dog in research. Last week a ^Fulane - in Chicago mado arrangements for presentation of o award, Whether Big Ben was st«Jeo, or n away and perhaps w§s kilied. in traffic, no one knows. Rut If he jsnH<fp,unu,th,e made anyway in Train Hits Bus in Ontario, 2 Boys Dead ES8EX, Ontario (AP- — A New York Central passenger train running 30 minutes lute sliced a school bus in half at n r u r a 1 grade crossing today, killing two boys aboard the bus. The crossing is three miles east of Essex und about 17 miles cast of Detroit in the southernmost tip of the province of Ontario, The bus was carrying 10 student's lo the t Holy Names Parochial i School in Essex,' ' t .The. tram,hit tjip.rpur ,'p( tht!,bu& Vhere *'tKe Uvo*- boys who' weru killed wore ' sitting, They , were Davjd Purvis and Paul Bossey, The driver, Albert Stole, and Ihreo children were taken lo tho Essex Professional Center for ircatmenl. Another boy, whose leg was broken, was sent to a Windsor Hospital, Dr. D. 'W. Clare suid none of Ihe children brought inkn Essex svas injured seriously, The grade crossing is marked, but il is nol protected by crossing igates, The approach is sleep and icy. A brother of young B o s s e y crawled lo a nearby home to toil of the accident, Dr. Collln Markland, first doctor to reach the scene, said, "It's a miracle all of them weren't killed." Parts of the bus were knocked clear by tho tniin, The Dot roller, Observers said the children who survived apparently wure helped by the. fact that the Inis was not dragged by the train. , Tho train was bound from N<-w York City to Detroit. The accident happened about 8 a,m. A railroad spokesman said it was ,not determined immediately how fi.f.1 Ihe train was traveling. Mrs, Guy E, Basye, 66, Dies Friday iii Hop® Hospital 'Mrs, Mary IE thai Basye, aged (Kf, wife of Qity K, Basye, -Ifope industrialist, diyd early today in a local hospital. She had lived here |or -rnriny years. Besides her hus.'band, ihe is survived, <by a son, .William E, Basyo, Cleveland, Ohio; two daughters, •Mrs, H. C, (Spraggins of Hope and J/U's., Cordon Kling of Rochester, (Minn.., her 'father, W. 15. vBruner, and s brother, ; w, c. primer of Jlwpe, funeral services will be Jjejd at 8 p.m. Sunday at 'Hope Gospel Tabernacle by the Rev. W. C, Land and Pr. J«hn M.pCJun,ahan, Puriaj ;by "Herndon Cgyneljus will be in ftPSP Hill Cwnetery. No (flowers f§questcd. r Active pijllboarersj Hora9e Billr ings, Louis Sutton, S, -V, Warwick, Earl Thompson, Jo.hu Godwin and Rufus Snow Hits North Arkansas, Seven Schools Closed By THE A&OClATEb PR Snow closed scvell sCHools lit Harrison Area today dhtl colder wealhor was forecast tor Afltttli* sets lonlghl The outlook was for lemuefft*' lures In the 13 to 15 degree range in the norlhwostcin portion of ll\a state tonight, ' Tho U.S. We'aUior iBurcau til LIU tie Hock said ut mid-morning'the Western sections of thu • Slal6 should be "through svlth tho, snbW; ftill," but forecast rnin nntl rnln. mixed with snow for northeast'Ai^ lumsas during the afternoon H&tfi, was lorecnst for southoust Arktm- The closed schools wore ol rison, Western Grove, Bergman,',' ,Valli||yj Springs, Jasper, tAlpona, and Gre'Jn forest " - , Snow piled up to n fool and hlith- or in parts of the Carolinas and Virginia. """•/•I, 1 ; Driving conditions In the .snow- stricken SoUlhorn areas was ,ru- t ported hazardous. ,-.,\< Schools were ordered closed In,' more Ihun a score of Virginia communities. Five persons, tnclud- ing four children, died In fires'in, •> the Norfolk area. Although no snow was report-// ed in other Southern stales, il ,wai t cold, Temperatures were,? In the i 20s In parts of Georgia and near!:" 1 freezing In sections of Mississippi''', nnd Alabama. r ,." -,,<'"•',' Tho cold air - embraced, j -most, areas from Montana eastward* to the ,'Atlanlic Coa'jsi: '. J-T '.,r, 4 T,,, The Weather Bureau didn't sao 'i much hope for 'immediate' rclU't, Irom tile cold weather. T ..IY, Jn the east, freezing loinpera-,^ lures and lower were reported \. from Virginia tnlo New England.'' 1 It was below' storo in parts',p£ norlhern New -England. *' L l"'i -'- 'i, In snow-covered Oswcgo,- -N^Y-./ ,- J residents-almost could look''back, ', on it nil today. The worst ="""' ~" storm In the history of this city? of 23,000 hy Lake Ontario'" ap^M peared to, be over, 4 A bright 7 sun'-/f bioke through Thursday, and 'no' •h/wvvw snowr ,wa.($$iu sight ' ' "'"' 'But mainieiiancc crews' great (leal of work remaining,,',,)»£. Irom the storm which bcgan,\Suh- v ,Jkff day noon . ',''•'- ,' r '-'^ A snowstorm moved into' tsputh- - ern 'Now England lodny but was'n't, expected lo be as bad as first • predicted, ' The Weather Bureau said the. ?v| vigorous coastal slorm "which •' *-'• 'burie'd p;irls of the South with/'"S snow is mQving too rapidly, out to" ^\ sea lo 'give Now iBnglaiKl Tnuclr '^ of a slorm. '" , S( '-^: Bui bitter cold tonight was ex- - C-| peeled to follow, • - ~ * • -' < ' At least seven schools in'the Har* rison area of northwest Arkansas were closed today because od," ?jfj snow. ,'-,-'« The schools arc at Hqrrlsqn,' "S^a Western Giove, Bergman, Valley i ,'$ Springs, Jasper, Alpena and Green. - "'^f, Forest. ' | * ' The snow at Harrison was ported as from two to four jr deep. The snow was described 'as "uff» iff usually wet," and it piled up on ,1^ trees and utility lines, - - - - f • ii A number of long'distance'te}e< * /'J phone circuits out of the Harrison" /$ area wore broken. The same., was I"~ true ol Berryville and olherf*s*ejJ''Y-'AI tjons, Berry villa reported- 3'/^ iiii' chos of snow, Is'o highways had beep, reported. ^"'-CM closed, . , . . i t •., v f -'"'Ma The Berryville find "Harrison,, i'H fallfi were the heaviest reported* last night and Ibis morning, but 7 ^' other hnow, sometimes mixed witb " " slot, was reported from B,ate^f vi'ilc, j^ayettcville and olher '§,QPV lions of north and northwest Ar?,- konsas. • ' / Further south there was snow too, but mixed with rain. ^ it melted as soon as jt struck' ground. Tempera lure? were a^oy n d. v«& free/.ing or sl;gh v tly bclosy \r\ mpa -** sectionb. , 4 \J_ A spokesman for tho 'Ar Highway Peparlmont at -,,.,.„, , 4^ock said tfaflia was mpvjng ii}" v j all section!? of tho sta,t?, But " ' ' department warned that were becoming treacherous., ^,, _ hills and curves, in some seeljoijs., -,; of Boone Carroll and Searpy coiin'« ; -; VI ties. • " f *'"»."*& ' "The slush is 'begiwins to 'free as the result of a drop In tempei tm-e from 33 to 20 degree?,", -t) g]3okosma)j s^id, Tb(i sud^ plunge of the mercury ogcyrred the Harrison, a|-e(| ajjout 8 a.m. Southwestern Pell Telppljon? C reported, that a total of p§ JinftS; of simv . " .-•• '"'• i^ft? 10 - *i~Oi"j HM«I

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