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*> To City If ysu fail to §«f ya'ur Ifar plea§e tetephafle 7*3431 by 6f§0 p, m. aftd a ipeefaf earf ier will deliver ysur paper. 66TH YEAR; VSL, 60 — NO, S3 , 8 tai» Ja«. U, )»}» House Takes Up .Probe Request 9) on Alford Vote WASHINGTON API—A Lit)in Jlnck publisher today p'i'opii'-cil lo testify before a House itwestlgn* lions committee to baek Up his t'6 t|Uest for a probe of the gcHoi'U) clei'tion in Arkansas 1 fifth Con- gressiotial District, A John F. Wells, publisher ot h i"cckly newspaper, arrived in Washington late yesterday carry' •ing what ho said was analysis of the vote by which writc»ln candidate Dr. Dale Alford of Little Rook unseated Rep. Brooks Hays D'Ark), Weils said the analysis Was prepared 1 by a .professional tabultit* ing firm but ho declined to dismiss it in advance of his appear ance later today before the special (^Jouse Committee on Campaign Expenditures. The committee planned to .hear Wells In closed session after a business meeting The chairman of the committee. Rep. Clifford 'Davis fD-Tonn). also invited Alford to appear Meanwhile Parker Parker, ,-» iRussellvillc, Ark,, attorney who some years ago lost a '^congressional race" to Hays, said' he. had wired a request that Ibe .'commit- too investigate Hhet&pemooratu 1 primary in which" •• Hay's won • his party's nomination over A m 1 !• Guthridgc, a Little Rock segregation lender. -.' 'S^I'l.^'/ Earlier yesterday, * / t Quthridt'c Continued on Page Three Weather Experiment Station report- for ,,24-hours ending at? a. m..Monday, •J-Iigh 38, Low 11; wcekcnd.'snow 2 inches; Total 1958 precipitation through November, 52.03 'inches; d'uring the same period a, year ago, 67,90 inches. C. B. Collins Talks to Star as He Becomes 98 Years Old Saturday ',- •• '• • ;•/ ',:; r For Weather Reporfi This tViiP '$ HQN, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, DIGIMBtR 15, 1958 th* XMdclaled MH I Audi) Bu»j)o »f Av. Not Nld tIMl. ft ffiii. tndtna SiM. 38, 1»» — PRICE Se COPY, ARK REGIONAL'FORECAST By THE ASSOCIATED,PRESS- Central, northeast,' southeast and soullVwcst 'Arkansas 'cleai-- to'part- ly cloudy/tliis "attornpon, tpnight a'nd Tuesday,,- continued cold >/'• Afternoon" no^quite so cold-toniglA 1 9.1 nd Tuesday. Northwest 'Arkdii-" sr.s: Clear to partly--cloudy this af- tcrnon, tonight, and,Tuesday,'', con- Ijnued cold this sftornoon, .not' so cold tonight and Tuesday', 'High this afternoon low to rnid 30s central, high 20s ' to mid V30s -north- cast, mid to hish 30s southeast and southwest, 20 to 30 northwest; low tonight 15 to 20 central, 10 north to near 20 southeast ,in the 'northeast, J5 to 22 southeast, tuid ^southwest and 10 to 15 northwest. Court Approves Appraiser lo Assist Assessor Jlumpsteiid Qtiwum f'.juri tin,-: Hi'iniltig set the annual approiirin- ii.ir.s al $33.420, sK»<h'!y lu",h( v Hurt) n year rigo, untl passed a resolution which allows the h'u'ns i'-f n qualified appralsc-i- lo help Ithe tax nssiossni'. The intn-easo. In apnroprkilioim freprc'Senled a $700 contribution to the Southwest Arkansas Waler Dls- liicl which was forme*! with 'he Mpfi of securing w.i'or liuin thr- (Millwood Dnm. • The • resolution cnilhitf fur the hiring of n qualified appraiser was ^thc idcn of the Real ISslale Vii-ns *>f iHope. The group pronMspJ Hint 5«ih experienced appraiser bo employed on an annual btipis lo in- Aspect each and every properly in •the county and place a true m.ir- fcct value on each property. »" This appraiser would be employed by Auto Act Is ' Ruled Invalid by Court LITTLE ROCK fAP) — The Arkansas Supreme C"tirt today tie- dared invalid a IPS? act which established n commission lo regulate the automobile business In this Elate. The 4-2 decision declared the aet "iiHconsUlUUomil in its entirety." Thus the 1057 aet met '.he same- fiile as a similar law passed by the 1055 Legislature-. Both acts purportedly were aim- fd at pnitectinfj the buying public an ap-'irnm having to lake unwanted ae- praisal is made a copy in detail is I ccst-oric'S when buying' cars, , IcrA lo the .properly owner and! Tin- opinion today, writlen by Balanced Budget of Billion Predicted Ike, COP Leaders Hopes Dashed the taxing units of the jJBq'unly With Ihe cost lo yach unit ^proportioned to the amount ot faxes received. Under the setup when 'ft copy lo Ihe lax assessor The ap ipraiser would, also be a member uf l!u qualification tooard to represent schools or be present at board rrjeetings. ; Thc-resolulion suggested the appraiser as one way to overcome the inequities of Ihe .present system of assessing properly. It cau- (loncd lhal a well qualified, e.x- "Perlenccd appraiser free of any Special Justice Loon B. Callcll. upheld Puiaski Chancellor Murray 0. Reert. The cliancollor had said Ihe acl violalod Ihe constilutlon In six respects. Calletl asreed with this view and emphasised Ihul the Isw was held invalid mainly because it exempted non-trnnchlsecl. dealers from regultilion. There were Ihe six factors listed by Judge Reed: The act 'contains arbitrary political connection be hired. After '• . fj . nc .. uct ™""""» uimu.,,/ 4'oe deliberation the board adopted «l««8s«f"5uHons among person*- fol- Ihe plan lowinu the same calling and trade. ', ^(.Editors Note: A complete re- pqrl on the appropriations will toe "carried in Tuesday's issue of Tho Star;. oman Fatally njured in uto Accident v^'">"£'"'*'* 2. The acl is nol a valid exercise ol Ihe police power, 3 The act fails to provide f>u an impartial tribunal (the. commission was composed of seven nulo dealers). 4. The standards sel: out in the acl arc not sufficiently, definite. |j. Tho acl constitutes a prohibited delegation of legislative powers, U. The act, imposes unreasonable burdens and restriction's on Stolen Auto Is Recovered Near Here An nulo stolon yesterday »l To.x- arkann from John Slepliens of Lil« tic Rock, was recovered abandoned latur Sunday by Arkansas Stale Po* licemen Ai Smith and Milton Mosior on 1-llghvay 07, about eight milbs west of Hope. Slate Ottlccra said the front seal of Ihe car hart been burned. An Investigation continues, More Gold Temperatures in Arkansas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Continued cold temperatures kept much of Arkansas' snow from mclling loday and Ihe wealli- r.rman predicted sub-Crcexlng temperatures throughout the slate again tonight, Tlio mercury sank to 5 below y.ero c,l BorryvllliJ and 2 below at FnyeUuvillo and Gilbert early lo- day. A minimum of 2 above zero was recorded al Bnl-esville and Iht'fe' were plenty of other frigid torn- peralurcs in Ihe stale. Highest of Ihe bottom readiiiRS today was Toxarkana's 18 nbovo xero. The forecast calls for elcnr to ' automcibilo-donlera-and Gon' ARKANSAS — Clear to partly cloudy and cold this afternooni not so cold Tuesday and; west portion torugh'tr 10-20, highest Tuesday' 3B"-'46i , , LOUISIANA — Partly;"' cloudy and cold this afternoon < and tonight, not quite so cold -Tuesday, lowest 20-30 except 20-36' extreme south tonight. '• "•'•;, . .WEATHER 'ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 Albany, snow • , Albuquerque, eJonr Anchorage, cloudy Atlanta, cloudy Bjsmarck, cloudy Boslan, snow Buffalo, cloudy Chicago, clpnr , Clovelmid, clear , nonyer, clear ' pes IVJoines, cloudy Detroit, clear , Fort Worth, clear Jjclena, pjovidy IndianapoJis, pjeaj- "Kansas City, clear Los ',^1-jgeics, pjoudy • Louisville, clear is, P)OS>- ' rain ' ' flpudy Mp}s,»St, ' Pau), Orleans, High, Low Pr, 20 23 40 2P, 34 23 37 2? Jp 5 29 2Q , 2S 'M .02 IS g6 3S H 2? 3'J J9 B-J ?9 -30 77 8, , 7 O] ,|tf »G ,0? ,? .0'^ gg »7 7 ,01 }t! , 5 ,. J5 73 ,37 §Brit Spotted, No Sigh of , •** * * L *^ - ) four Missing "CONDOM (AP)~A Soviet search pjlol today found a tent less .than Iw'o; miles from the wreck of a Belgian plane in the Antarctic but sa'ty- no trace of four missing ex- plprers, , - The -Belgians, with only enough I'ood to , last until Ti-csday, -had le'ft a note in Ihe plane -four days a'gp saying they wore setting out oji'.'foot over the Ireacherous icy vfa'stelfllld to a supply depot 80 niijes a_way. , " Racli'o Mosgo\v said Soviet polar pilot Vicktor Pcrrov had spotted the ten in Queen .'Maud Land and landed there. He found the tent empty and no one about, Porov searched the proa for ?i rVrinutes 'nflri' then 1 took off to -look for the misrjng men from Ihe air. The 'Belgians said in U>pir runo Ih'til, they- had food enouap. to last until Tuesday, ' ' NUREJ Ruling Can Be Set Court WASHINGTON The "" ''f CharltoiftBycoirrCollins-celebrated; his»98th birthday at-the BranclnHospital'Annex,:h'ere:Saturday, and;The"Star's editor interviewed 'himi-Sundayfafteploon and"made this photo. Mr, Collins entertained with '/Dixie" and ('How ( Beautiful, Heaven Must Be,", on "the harmonica. '-' ''/ , •',-'' '-' Mr. Collins,-!s hale and sharp at 98, except for-a constant bout with arthritis, The editor asked him how it felt to be 98 — and Mr. Colline replied with-a'small oath: ""I'm In a lot better shape now than I.was 30 years ago.". It appears that he was run over by a waoon bask* yonder while farming cotton and corn around Columbus — an'd.of course the wagon didn't do him any good. Mr. Collins was born December 13,' 1860, in York county, South Carolina, and-was raised in Lancaster county, also in South Carolina,' The area is about 20 m.iles south of the North Carolina city of charlotte,' -• ,_• ' ' u '' He moved to Arkansas in the fall of 1895, settling at Columbus '—'ar-d he lived.'there continuously until retirement, " He has-.thpee^-sons: George of Hope, Clarence of'McNab, Charley of,'Okay; and t\yo brothers, Ed, living in Florida; and Walter, of.Griffin, Ga. , , „ ,• ' , Death Takes % ' v - -vjet,-- J"" i- 1 • /'^U^,-,Lt. Colt James E^Schopiey ,j t ' . !•;'(,»,_-' i^-i ;% j'/_ has j been; received o£ Ihe (Doming to Hope Dec J 9 v. •* / * *j, • *' '• -i • ',ajx'automuDno tiwiiera* iuiu uu)i* A Negro woman was killed Sal-, CJ . a] .Molors-'-Corp. attacked the urday morning when the car m% a j|dity V.f Ihe 19, r .7 j'Ct in the slit which she was riding smashed into' r ,] e( j j n j w \ K <, Deed's court, a truck on Highway 07, about a' mile west of Hope. Lillie Presley, aboul SO, of Fulton was pronounced dead on arrival al a Hope hospital, Sgt. Tom Smalley of the Arkansas- State Police, said Ihe woman's! husband, Louis Presley, was driv-j ing wesl when the auto skidded j across the icy highway a'nd collided hcadon with an east-bound Mid-' Industrial Fund Payments Being Made Stockholders of the Hcmpslend west Dairy truck. Driver of the County Industrial .Foundation liavo truck was identified as J. D. Hook- ), c gun sucond-round jjayments of er, of Texarkana who was not hurl, hho §190,00 in pledges subscribed The woman was brought lo f-iope ear]y Jnst ycin ., it was announced partly cloudy skies through tomorrow. Temperatures are expected lo rise a little loniMht and tomorrow but (i-' warming trend is nol foreseen 'before mid-week. Today's high readings are ex- peeled lo rnnge Irorn 20 lo l!0 degrees in northwest Arkansas to the mid to hlcjh 30s in the southern portion of the stale, Lows lonight nru"d,uc, r to vary Irom 10 to 15 dc- groes yu Ihe north to the lowe'r 20SKln*tho south. '• '•"• •• --,»»•, _..Some other lows lodtiy included;: Fllppln, Muunlain Home nncl JVIorrillon. 4 above /ero, Dardsin- olle and Port Smith, 0, Pine Bluff (i, O/.ark B. Hot Springs I), Walnut Jlidgc, Arkadelpliia nncl Newport 10. J,iuic Rock 12 and El Dorado 13. State Police »l Uttle Hock reported thai all roads in the stale wore oopcn today except for a few rural roads in Ihci Harrison art'a and a fe t w In Garland County. Some schools were- closed in Ihoso areas today, for Reduction ; in Spending : ;| WASHINGTON (AP) — Uonub-'; lican congressional' leaders. pre«,/-^| dieted after a conference wllh-,'?j President Elsenhower loday ahtit- the adminlslrallon will scrid.Coti-' gross n balanced budgul culling,', for spending about 80 blllioli .dol-^ lars next year. - t /'-f' Spending of thai size would colii-^ pare with an estimated $7D,200.'">i 000,000 In the fiscal year which"; started July 1. .. ^'~i Sen. Styles Bridges (Il«NtIV\£jJ gave newsmen the new fiQ-billiori-/'?! dollar uslimalc atler he and OOP leaders had conferred Eisenhower more than 2'/2 on the admlnlslrallon's 1051) lecls^r'i'i ialive program. Bridges' esllmalQ. appeared, lo,ijff| dash 'Eisenhower's , hopes •• for'*t^!4j general reduction in 'spending. "But^ Bridges predicted lhat the budget.?? .Elsenhower will soml to Conglrcss'^ nexl month will be balanced,'-; "•, ^ Prospects In the current, fiscal^| year arc for a deficit of about 12*'' billion dollars. >\£,-» Bridges Is chairman of the Sen;*,t?J ale Republican iPollcy Committee,; if He said lhat of the BO-billion-dollar,^ estimated total for the,new, yearvKJl the administration'goal is lo.kbp^ defense spending at about' ,ithia?% year's calculated level—$40,803l«!§| 000,000. '''"•"" '-' But Bridges added Tthere y ?>eun no.final decision In that'll Bridges said nonu ot->thc bud by an Oakcrusl ambulance, L. F, Foster, 79, of Spring Hill, Dies Sunday Leon Felix Foster, a'ged 70, lifelong resident of Spring Hill, diecj in u local hospital Sunday, lie was .',' weslerp ' comedy I star of over 100 movies, will make! unexpected-death Saturday pi U Col- Vame ? , Edword' SQhQQley, Jr. .tsvo personal appearances at Survivors include his wife 'Mrs. today by B, N. Holt, secretary manager. Ttolicos were recently mailed lo stockholders who pledged in December of last year, and many of those have already paid Iheir second payments. Tho rcpsonsu has been goqd, Mr, Holt said, ;jnd added Ibttt several persons who sub- icribcd in January of last year have also rnutlt- their second payment. -» Chancery Judge- James H, Pil- lie died while en roule to a hospital in Ai-YLa ChappelJe from. Orleans, France of lormet jSaengor^ Theater, Thursday December Ot two sisters, MVs. Connie Yo- A special matinee for the kiddies 00 m of Spring Hill and Mrs. Grade; been removed, will)'his wife, the^ n.t 4;l§,a.nd again at « p. m, Fu?,xy{ Erjish of Dallas. I He explained the sign had served '•Lou White of Tex- l^nighj's first motion piplure was' Services wore to be held at 2 jls purpose, was now out of date, arkana, Mnd their two children," III, and Alice Lynn, with Mac West in 3032 I'She Done p.-,-,-,. Monday at Spring .Hill Bap- J\fe Wrong" and probably his big ..... Clnueh iby the fiev. Carlton had been j-esiding,jn Fountain.bleau gest rp)e was in the "Trail of Ihe Roberts and the Rev. Mr, Shad- since" 1PJS0 and-were scheduled' to j Lonesorne Pine," • " j <lox. Burial by Oakcresl was to be return to the J950. was in June, j Cotton Quota Vote Today in Hempstead Community referendum, committees who will be responsible for conducting cotton marketing quota referendum throughout the county- today, have been announced by the Jfofnpslear) County Agricultural l-'inton. president of the organlza. stabillv.ulion •• and Conservation tion, announce lhat Ihe huge sign' Committee, AH members are farm- displayed to the public for several era eligible to vote in the referon- rponlhs on the downtown Herbert, dum, Many of the referendum' Burns store building, had recently corn.mltte.emen are also elected i community eornmllleumen. polices also arc being mailed to each farmer who has a cotton acreage allotment, informing him of the pedestrians — thus the removal, j pla,ee where he may vote injho New display signs are expected to > referendum. ;p up on Highway 07 east and'Wtst' The Community polling; places of Hope m the near future, but of a and the referendum cornmitteemcn and a)so wws becoming*a haxurd ,lo Mother Dies r in Vain Trying to Save Child- JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) — i hepric mother died in a vain ( Iempt lo rescue one ot children from a blazing houso'nenr^ here loday. Jlor husband and- the V] other five children escaped.' ^ ,,-'. J „.„ Mrs, Raymond Mills, 30, falsa $$$ had fled to safety but ro-cnlercd/|/ Ihu burning home after disco vfir-,-<l in« Seolly Mills, 3, was raissing,'/;if Her body was found near j-K" *•• body of the child. * / " • -. Tho four-room frame homc.^lb'q catod aboul )H miles wostr^ot^ Jonesboro, burned to the ,gfroun.d fa before fircmeii could be- "'"' ed, i , ,,..,, Coroner W. C. Craig said Larry^Jl Mills,,17, eldest son of' the -. gave this account; • ' » Raymond Mills, Die father,' and five children were elea)' ejpar Phoenix, Pittsburgh,,- clps Portland.,'Me.v 22 fl H '.J- 73 U, lie was selected'as one of the top' in Foster Cemetery. I money making western stars in Act'ivo pallbearers: 'Brooks Cok ,d|ffere) live" of Jfope and hjs 1940 fqr his comedy .'roll in f 'Okla-! lins. Frank Hill, E. H, Collins, H. remains the same — to advertise follows;, prior'Qvei'seps""se'r'vice Jjad been jn! homo ' Annie", "Fcudin Fools", J C Townsenel, Hubert Martin and'that Hope is ready for industrial Collins Store--'T, B, Bubo, chair- the Sou.lh Pacific", J-Ie"was 3 Mason, j "Topekq"," "yigUantie Terror", t Scott Key. expansion. i „„,„,._,., --., - , .- a fornier rno)i>be}-pf-^ Sobcai foo|-{ "The ' Plainsman", '*peep jrj the ^PUrt today ruled that a U-jbalj iearnj Mfl4 held many gei-vlge i J-Icart -of Texas", gea,i SpojleiV j • \. gouvt may scl asid^ a! citations,,. inxiJudjng the Purple afpoog many'olher lop notch wesl- l/ftbor Relations Board i ^^yri. for, aetion in New fjyipeai cms,. of a union is now appearing weekly, 'Jyfiice Wliittaker delivered iho g >< ^decision, Justice B,rcn^nn ( g dissenting' opinion which Prankfu,rtor joined- JUgll tribunal rulsd un jni Appeal in a" s:a.se aftt.ctjiit; Buffalo r section,, Westljigh'ouso ! ' A ss ni, ISngrineors »(«] of America, "-,',}056, .. ttf.jg.jj tbe asspc}i»tion as bargain-'agent for a-group'of M "- Lt v - Col. Carl g^oQley of Ft, Si|}, Okla.j tfirf£• sisters, • jNJrg. Tijelma" -SI-D 9f yogsi "- t\ of 'Uls^glsgi. W, Ra'sH?tie Qf .eraj Arran^eoienls, §ro ii coniplete tout.- ^hg' feody syjU be ri ,d|fferent design, purpose of y/hich, serving ia Uie Pee. IS j)0ll are as man;, J3. O, Lyfforty, vice ehuir- man', K, L. Turner. Jones Storo ~~ W- B. Jones, chair-. man; c. p. Jones, vice chairman; By The Ster A,' 9ouplc of local fgotbail fans-'' million Agency . . . USJA promotes n tell us that fiwhard Mayo. i Hope native '•'-'-- '- '—' ' the a better understanding overseas and its foreign Meluskey, Qtwolls Store — W- C. Abbott, cboJnuan; jb'loyd McDowell, 0, F, Buggies. ,- , JJempsteacl ASC County Office — « William J. Schoolcy, t-hfjirman; J, C, JRussell, vice chairman; H. U, Store"— J. .quarterback on the Air Force i. . , before joining the Agency jn.' c-halrmun; I. E. Qdom, "vice Seymour, (.Academy team wbjeh plays jn ijjo ia?4. Stephens had been a 1 ' Louisiana Plans te ;i to ,ww w; w$ committee l)oW an open hearing jjlqji); by Rpp. ..Goya Minn) that she lost*out Ifcu-r \ elections malicious' • conspi.1 a/jy ' CliHpvd rnanj' li. JA. #pss,«bau,m. Store and Mary Spates U. B, filbert, chairman; 'Cotton Bowl January 1, tried m, j-'ulkw in^ Journalism at IfarvarcJ ? (AP>—A spffial. -\ w j n to attend the University of ' . , , during the war he was director Store ae agreed today toj Arkansas" , , . his father, Srriea,d.' oi OWI operations in Africa, a Mary Spates, vice eh.unnan; W. ' "'JMayo, PMd, the lucul Inns tried to psycjiologic;il warfare official in Thompson *' interest the University in the boy the Far Kyftt and chief of pojjcyj W- JJ, ^t}er Store and Middle- in t'l'J' f ijut had no luck ... in tart, young control for OWl broadcasts to Ih.e'bfQolis Store — Moss Jlowo, chair, uf a .Mayo was vyiljing to cojn« back uu 1 Far K^st . '. - after lh.e-\vpi"hotmyii! B, C. Webb, vice chairman; I his Q'WD find try to moke the team! was with the West Coast of News- i 'f-. Y. Messer. (P-1 bul'the U of A athletic department , week, ji^agazinv ... in 1049 he wejitj ^amucls Store and Burkes Store Sfjid he wculd cull a pw-iat tii&t time simply wasa't inter- to Washington with the Stute Rc---~~ M^niaa Samuels, chairman; W, witness, <3lia,iios Apput,"'a; e§ted ,. . , A quarturbapH of h,is. parimwit as u technical advisoroi^S J, fiuvke, vi t ce eh.aiwifia.n; James jsxpert, ^>t itje Vefiu« s tj ubiHt/ would liaye 'fitted, In rigjil foreign infornmiion . ,". at the out'' ~ ; wcjl at the .University this past spa- break of the Korean war he- jTut'n-1 s^fl, ^ DJruptov of Foreign ivlcjjofk, >n> canipaiBn spMtlinK-- ', ~~~ "-^ ' .Poliey'Staff of'the State Ing in three beds in a front", r , „„ room whilu-^Larry was aalecip.^iV- a back bedroom when the broke out. Mrs, Mills rose about 4 a'.m found that the living room ; ceilings?, was aflame, The father and mp'th ' cr and Ihoir children Jean, "H, Carolyn, 12, Dorothy, 0, and,,T5d;' 4 ! die, 5, ran lo the back '""'-""•""« and roused Larry. Larry broke a w i n d P w', ijn| crawled fut of the house. He ' ed the others through Ihe The father noticed ScoUy" missing and re-enlorcd the through the broken window collapsed and Larry dragged '.. outside/ . . .' Mills and Larry went to a-!,.-., window and broke 'it .but''-'tw; flames kept thorn from „ Mrs. Mills, ' about ' Seotty, the house. Meanwhile wtU worry climbed back into the father and Larry did not re-enter. Coroner Craig said Scpii;Jy l p body was in a chqrred bud\ ! said Mrs. Mills 'apparontj- fulled by intense heat and ys she neared the 'bed, The house was, 'healed wuqd stove, ' Origin of the fire dijti'rrnlned immediately. Today is birthday.

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