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Ta City Subieriban! . If yeu fan te get yeur please fgiephsfig 7»3431 by 6:30 p. m, and a spaeial gamer will .dilivgp yauf p 60TH YEAR: VOL For Weather Report! j • : . ; 4- §ee Column at Bcrtfeffi 8f "'**" thil V- 6f H6B6, 1MJ, f>f*,l If if II, House Decision on Alford Probe Being Studied WASHINGTON' <AP)-A HOUSP. committee inay doc'dc lodaV whether to investigate last month's election in which write * in canc)l« dale Dr, t)&1c Alford unseated Hep, Brooks Mays (t>Ark), The House Campaigns Expend!lures Committee yesterday heard John F. Wells. Little Rock weekly newspaper publisher, charge that Arkansas Gov. Orval E. FaUkU lAlford and others conspired to de' lent Hays. the Democratic! nominee. Alford. who campaigned as ah independent. Democrat, also ap pcared before Uin committee The Little Rock physician denied that there was any conspiracy in race against Hays. Pointing to 111* wife who sat beside him, , He told t the committee! "You are looking at thr two in- dlviduals who put. me in the rac«* ns a write-in candidate. If flier* was any conspiracy involve! it took place in my own homo." Chairman Clifford Davis <t> Tcnn) pointed out during the hoar- ing thnt the committee — set up to police House elections — would expire 015 Jan. 3 and lacks time for any extensive inquiries. ;, Alford entered the rai:n a WTR P before the Nov. 4 ulection. running as a staunch segregationist, he defeated • Hays, a moderate on 1h» school integration issue (by 'about 1,200 votes. Wells contended: That there was a conspiracy involving Faubus. lAlford and others to use the power of the Democratic 'Party "to overturn the will cf the majority of Uornocrats vul- Continued on Page Three Weather HOPE, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1958 Mifttah the Aiiaelftltd Av. N*f Paid ciftl. i m«i. t Audi? Buf««u of .-pf. 38. t?il — 3,490 PRICE Hempstead One of 28 Making the Deadline LITTLfi eight counties dead line tot (AP)—Twenty* met yesterday's reassessing pro- G. 'Jackson ",'A HOPE STUDENT, Gerald Wayne Jackson* will be graduated fr&m Southwestern Baptist Seminary at Fort Worth, Texas -January 16. He Is a OUachita graduate of 1955, and will receive a bachelor of dl- 'v'mlty degree. Ralph Phelps, ', president of Ouachlta, will deliver the commencement ad" dress. ' . Experiment Station report for 24-hours ending at ,7 a. rn. Tuesday, High 40, Low 13;. No precip- ilalion; Total 1958 precipitation through November, 52.03 inches; during the same period a year ago, 67.90 inches,, ARK REGIONAL FORECAST: ' By THE ASSOCIATED""PHE8S ; '. All sections ot Arkansas; Clear Ibis afternoon, tonight and tomoi- row, Warmer this afternoon and tonight, High this afternoon, high 40s to low 5ds central, upper 40s to low 50s northeast, southeast and southwest, mid 40s to mid 50s northwest; low tonight, upper 20s to low 30s ccntial, southeast and southwest, mid to high 20s northeast an dnorlhwest. ARKANSAS — Generally fair through Wednesday, warmer tfiis afternoon and most sections to• night, lowest 24-32 tonighl, .highest generally in oOs Wednesday. LOUISIANA — Generally fair, rising temperatures this afternoon and Wednesday and in west and north tonight, lowest 2G-34 interior tonight. THE WEATHER % (Milwaukee, cloudy, Albany, cloudy Albuquerque, clear Anchorage, cipudy Atlanta, clear' Boston, cloudy . Buffalp, cloudy Chicago, cloudy Cleveland, snow penycr, cloudy PC? goings, pjoudy .JV 'Detroit, ci9o.r, „ Fort Vyos'tlii cjgar IjeJppp, plpijdy Indianapolis, elepr Kansas City, , Los Angeles, El-SEWHERE 9 0 High Uow Pr. ' 25 1, 53. 87 .'. ' • 33 ^ 27 'T 36 23 23 "H?9 17- 40 2} M M 61 9 T 15 19 .02 ' 37 855 ' y3 J5 17 P ,Ql 54 29 .'P U 18 8 • , 38 27 , 77 57 -33 }8 50 18 . 7? 5? J.SO Q PUBLISHER TESTIFIES ,1 J.ohn»'F.r.We|ls; ..Little ,Rock,',. Ark., newspaper publisher, sits' -on stairs as he waits to testify •before the'Special House Elec- •tions subcommittee which is investigating the write-In victory of segregationist Dr. Dale Alford over Rep.. Brooks Hays ?(D'Ark',)- Wells has charged that Hays was defeated through • (Irregularities, violation of law, ,an da conspiracy involving Arkansas Gov. Orval NEA Telephoto pcrty al 18 per cent of market value, the Arkansas Assessment Coordination Department reported F, W. Canaday. department d;i-» ectof, predicted tint IB additional counties Would meet the 13 peri , cent rectuii-ement next month and Curing the robbery n ciistomei. $3,000 Taken in L R, Holdup LiTTLfi ROCK (AP) - Twr> white men last night ht'id up the propcrllor and two employes of a Lltllc Hock drug slore artd escaped; with more than $3,000, police ra^ ported. C S. Pin Icy, operator of Ihe iSconomy Drug Slore. told dolce- tivcs tlial the robbers, armed with pistols, forced him to open a safe. One ot the men removed the money. Flhlcy placed his known toss at 93,14!) but said that in addition ; tlvjre was an undetermined sum a thai had been collected on Utility H Overland Stage Arrives Here ' i "- ^** \ \ * , i. bills, that at least 65 of the f5 counties would make it by mid 1939, Under state law, the counties had un'l! yesterday to bring 1 as* sesEirienls up to 18 per cent, They have until next fall to roach & 20 per cent level. Failure to meet the requirement costs counties proportionate share of their state turiiDadt, funds. Counties fulfilling tho requirement were Union. Columbia, Pulaski^ Jackson, Bantoti, Sebastian. Deslia, Washington, White Conway Woodruff, Calhoun, Hot Spring.'. Pointsell, Ashley, .Perry, Madison, Lawrence, /Independence, Clark, Stone, Lincoln, Lilllc River, Howard, Lee, 'Monroe .«nd'Home- stead. Cannday said Craighcari. Mississippi, Montgomery, Cleveland and Saline had finished their reappraisal programs but not in time to record them with the slate, Figures from Ci'ittenden, Arkansas, Searcy and Gnrland counties are being processed, he said. Canaday said Pope, Logan, 'Faulkner, Sharp, Boone, Yell, Carroll, Baxter and Fulton countU-.i probatoly would reach a 20 .per cent assessment January. .figure durina Relief in Many Areas From Cold • By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The midcontincnt got a little relief today from- the • unseasonable cold and heavy snow. Bill there wasn't, an/ jmrpediate. break <in the. pi-'ewihter cold wave in the East and South, ;• Thf warming trend, from the Continental Divide into the Midwest, followed more than a week of zero cold and snow. Howcvor, temperatures generally were bo- low seasonal levels in most areas prospect In walked into the store and Wns forced to join Fmlcy and the twd' employes at the.rear of the build' ; ing. ' . ,', Unc robber wore an improvised; mask.The other had a white t'ttff tied around his head. Finlcy said. Allies Reject Red Pressure Over Berlin By GEORGE MCABTHUR PARTS CAP) — Tho foreign ministers of the Atlantic Pact countries today flatly rejected Russia'i pressure on Berlin but held ui.it Ihc possibility of hlRh-lovel talks with the Soviul. Union on -East- West problems. The Western leaders agreed. Memphis, Miami, rain MUwpuHe, cloudy 0 Mpls.«St, Pa H J, cloudy JS 9 ,0? New Qrtesns, p}par ,• 45 53 ' fJc\v YPrH, pjoud/ J33 19 , <$ go 83 IS . 2? 15! Phoenix, ploar • 7§ 4! Pittsburgh.. sr)Q\v' ' l l§ M , Portland, -'j\fe;, Cloudy §S' 13 -84 Farmers Vote in Favor of Crop Controls WASHINGTON (AP — Growers d(d the expected in four referenda yesterday, voting overwhelmingly to continue federal production and marketing controls on four, Soutiu ern and- western erops, ".The crops are upland i cotton. ejftj'a Jong staple cotton, rice and |luo-cuced tobacco The controls are designed to help prevent over. production, - ^ Arkansas growers voted by'biy majorities for, continuation of marketing 1 cj^iolas on coltop and L rice, Qi) cotton the vote \vas 16,292 for quotas ?,nd 1,004 against, e vote on rjce was 2,367 foi; 10Q against, previously had voted to sijnUfU" controls [o\' wh?a.t, peanijts and other major types of tobacco in 195fJ, Only in the' case of cot,n have growers yptpcj to end planting .restrictions- sincrs World War II 6 -Oklahoma City, "clear '• Omaha, cjqar pjpu.dj' , i _ pjesj\ 29 - J Pjpay ' ' ,, 55 '18, ka,k,e Qity, ejear '« -Si {?icgo, clear . gj ,5J. ? 54 ' §1 m continue quotas bepn defeated on any of ||ie props 'jn,vojyed in yesterday '<: rplerpnda; \v.h,ich drew ' very Jighl voting, , ' A- }TmJo.r fa,ctov influencing yes- i.ej i d l a,j>'s outcome w;is thnl rpjee. tjoit y,'oul4.have brought greatly ycduped t ppjpc supports. and snow was in Northern sections, It was colder in much of the Easl and Soulh and more snow piled on top of already s-now-covered areas. Freezing weather prevailed in the Carolines aivl across northern Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi, More frosty air nipped northern Florida. The cold showed litllo moderation across tho Great Lakes re- sion southward ; through the Ohio Valley, Ihe central Gulf Coast (Hales, and along' the Eastern Seaboard,. However, a little warmer weather was indjealed, II was freexing at Tallahassee, Fla., early today and near the Winter's Grip Eases q Bit in Arkansas Py THE'ASSOCIATED PRESS Winter's adyancg guard has released its 'icy grip a little in Arkansas, but 'today's low tempera. turps remained yndcir tlio freezing point a]l through the state, The weatherman spoke cheerily about v/fii'mor- readings this afternoon and tonight, And 'the warming trend js. expegted to result in temperatures by Thursday, rk/ was the cojdest reported spot in Arkansas early today with a minimum o| )g aijpvc wo. Gilbert, whieh recorded a, low of »2 yesterday, j-epofted 8 bottgro reading 1 of )3 above jfo.ro. t , it-is, uplgnd cotton will be sv»ppo,Hcd at about SO per cent of •j?arity, ejjtrji Jong stale at fp per r ' ec cent ai;g; C!ye. 00" per , -famj prices cleciarod, ijy }aw to fee" /air to I'sppe^s jn .rgjgljo;-j JQ -,ch_ayged th^ni • - jijcludcd; . i1 ins.i9Uty.pf, ,51-3, per cpnt ' - -f«(s ^'sr a - • *• lot 1 . Wl ^|»?4ffiV%jS. W&yjBkti: #£jfc —' '-d'&tty^&W^-W tflg however, that such talks could . : not be successful tinder the threat of. any Soviet ultimatum on West Berlin. U. S. Secretary of State Dulles | told his colleagues in the North Allanlic Council that Sovier Premier Khrushchev will not risk war over Berlin. "Therefore wo can proceed with confidence," Dulles asserted. He added: "We must not, give an appearance of success to a bold and reckless move. In this respect he (Khrushchev) is like Hitler — it we give him an inch, he will tal;e a mile." The ministers also agi;cedjo ad- -vtse-*the~'Hussi'aiis > that-"'the big, Western Powers are ready to nc : goliatc at a high level for a gen^ eral settlement of the problems ot Europe. These would include reunification of Germany with Berlin as its capital, European security measures and disarmament questions, n Norwegian .diplomat reported The annual meeting of the 15 NATO foreign minislcrs opened with (1) Britain and Franco screaming al each other about trade discrimination; (2) DIP United Stales and France quarreling cpcnly about military polic*'; and (3) Greece, Turkey and Britain disputing over Cyprus, Amid all the wrangling, a certain amount of unanimity appeared to be emerging over Berlin, Informants said the West probably would come up with a fresh call for diplomatic talks with the .Russians . aimed al an eventual summit meeting'. The West would insist thai the summil conference tackle the German reunification question as svell as the .broader issue of security in central Europe, The Western Big Three report' edly were drafting a reply lo Premier Nikita Khrushchev's Nov. 27 note. His note called for an end to the four-power occupation of Berlin, turning West Berlin into i\ Communist-surrounded, dcmilitar izgd free city within six months The reply, informants said, would reject the Soviet proposal outright and suggest the time had come for a fresh look at the situation in Germany and centrsl Europe. Among the key points in ())« draft was a reminder that Moscow has not responded to the B}g three proposal Sept. SO to begin Continued on page Three Secks Woman in Marriage Triangle SSANTA BAttBAttA, Cniif, <Aif>) Authorities in Ivvo eniinllo.i ni(! hunllHg t\ pretty IHirso lluy say dlsappenrcd aflur her mother-in- law Impersonated her nnd had itcr marriage annulled. The mother-in-law Mrs. ISIIv.a- both fjuncan, 8-1, Wns nrrnlgncd Monday Dii four felony counts involving Ihe staged annulment. Two men have boon jailed hern in connection with Ihc str/ingp case—one 'on suspicion of kidnap-' lng~-bttl police won't say whv Aulliorllles in Santa Bnrbnra nnrl Venlurn counties pieced to- g'elher this chronology: On iluno 24—over Ihe mother's objections—Olgn Kitpo-yk, ;)(), who Ciiirie here n year ago from Vancouver, B.C., nnd Vrank Duncan, •20, a prominent Santa Barbara ut- . Fayetteville's -low was 20 above oompavpd. Jo yesierday'j •% Highest of thP lew temperatures was ?8 at |-fot in Springs, , Other ' Dardanejle a pin 17, port, , EJ Josy readings included and. Fort Smith 13, ftjowU',on J4, F}ip pmo w, WaJn,ut Jp, JLiltle RgcH Q torney, wore mnrrlcd. On Aug. 7 Vonlura Superior *' " "•:''*' ';'•<"" •' . ',' , —• Star'Photos-and Engravings OVERLAND , MAIL caravan; arrived In .Hope late yesterday and puf up-for the night here. , Today the wagons were receiving mail In front'Of.Hope Post Office. ',' 'Top, Photo, Isftvto right, Bob ^Collins, helper, Mrs. Harvoy Hamilton and'Harvey Hamilton and daughter Sandra. Mr. Hamilton has the contract to carry the mail from Knoxville, Tenn. to Uos Angeles, Calif. They,left Tennessee last August and will end the route sometime nsxt year. The picture shows the group In camp at Fair, park last night, -' , >-' - ,.,'., Bottom Photo; Bob Collins, driver of the wagon, Is receiving a letter from Mrs. Raymond Byers and son, Randy, It was the first Hope Better. ^.The group will spend tonight In Hope. Oldest Retires at 79 Yesterday was the final Quorum Court meeting for C, 1M. Lewis, 79, of (Mine Creek township after serving on the court continuously since 1913. ' .1 Jn all those years of service Mr. Lewis figures nempstoad Mumor-! i!il Hospital was the finest project he had the honor of working on for Ihe counly. JVTr. (i^ewis, in announcing his retirement, is mighty proud of tho fact that he hasn't had any opposition since 1918, Jle served two terms as tax assessor, enditig his office tenure in 1918 nnd was 10 years a member of the equalization (board. lie recalls the road miilagc when he was first elected to the court- was three mills and today its only five mills although hundreds of; milus havu boorf addcd^lo the system over the counly. Mr. Lewis said the only other memiber of the 1913 court alive today is Elijah Stephens. In rerog-. nilion of his service to the county the -Court yesterday passed a "-resolution making Mr, -Lewis s.n/ honorary TO em bo r of tho court for the resj, of. hjs life, Hope Youth Youth Runs Into Auto, Is Unhurt A 5-year-okl boy, the son oC Ernest Thompson, escaped injury yesterday' when he ran Into tho side of an auto which had halted atj a slop sign.' Tho car was driven, by C. G. Graham, according (.0 City' OUieors. He was not believed {a be badly hurt, Court granted an annulment of tho marriage to n couple who said .hey were Olga and Frank and testified that the marriage had icver been consummated. .Police sny the couple, In ronllly, , wcro Iflllzubolh Duncan \incl an unidentified man, On NdV, 17 01;M wr.s reporloj nisslng. She had separated from Duncan and was living In an apartment. Neighbors found the apartment door -wide open, all lights in and all her clothing and luggage still there. Saturday authorities arrested Mrs, Bunean. Accident By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two widely separated highway accidents took 'the lives of throe lArkansan.s yesterday. Melvin Bass, 10, and Harold Adcock, 21, both of.llfber Springs, were injured fatally when air automobile tlioy were pushing was hit by a truck near lie bar Springs. Jamus Edward Arnold, 17. of Curtis (Clark County) \vus killed in a highway collision near Ark- adelpliia. Officers said Haas, Adcock nnd Frank Robins, 18, of I lot Springs, were trying to start the stalled automobile by pushing H when tha truck hit the vehicle. Robins sut- fered m i n o r injuries and was hospiaiixed at ffcber Springs. 'Driver of Ihe truck was identified as Melvin Dale: Harmon, 18. of Beo Branch, The aceicl',nt OP- currod un st;iie Highway 10 , In tho other accident, Arnold wos a passenger in a small truck which collided vvilh an automobile on U. S. Highway G7 about seven milt's south of Arkadelph'.a. ' Sam Waters, 34, of Gurclon, the truck driver, suffared head arid ehusl injuries and was hospitalized at Arkadelphia,\V, C, JJruner Jr., 20, of Jfope, driver of the c«r, sulfyrcd mlnnr Jnjuru's and was rolowocl from n hospital- after op maul, Says Farm Program Costs to Be Reduced LITTLE ROCK (AP) — "Congress may insist on reducing HIP cost of form programs of the future," Hep. Wilbur D, Mills (P Ark) fialcl here last night. Hut, r Mills told the annual con- Terence of the Arkansas Agricultural Extension Service, Congress"will still appropriate substantial sums for agriculture if Ha members are convinced that they are working toward n permanent .solution to the problem." Ilu appealed for farmers and agricultural loaders to help wite the kind , of program that would promisfr il? en tun I solution To farm 1 surpluses mid losv Incomes. While offering no specific suggestions, Mills snicl conlimiclion o' present policies for 1.0 years would loavu the economy virtually unchanged, Me said surpluses still would exist, Hie government sli|J would own huge stockpiles 'if com modities ulid' farmers .still would be faced v/ith plnnling restriction.) Mills, cluiirnum of the tax-writing House Wuys and Means Com-- miltee, said the cowl of farm programs invariably come up In budget hearings because nil govern ment expenditures have 'been if»- Bennett Trying to Link School Ills With Reds, By JOHN R. StARR % LITTLE'noCK fAPi—AtlyrC llrucc Bennc-lt lold a stole Lc.. .. Intlve Council commlllec today the'., InU'iulc-d lo prove t.lltle !lock,,Ptrtd;> Bluff, and other Arkansas elllM/T were deslghalcd years fttfo ;• ujy Ililssinn Communlsls for develop- " menl us racial trouble iAiotS.ity.-y, Betincll In a lengthy statement; which opened a special edufcalibrl; committee's probe Into alleged: subversive activities in Aw said ho would establish-that ---... agnation In tile southern' United,'! States was n dedicated GommltrilstV" conspiracy, laid down In 1930 Ann; pursued at full speed since th" 1 "' lime. The attorney general mony would link communls't s. pnlhl/crs with the agltaUon''m'oVe^'| mant an dshow that scemlttgly,£| Isololcd Incidents were eonneclcd»| clireolly to the scheme, <" 'f^fffff J. L. (Bex) Shaver of, Wynne, 4 '! the first witness, reviewed .0.-1&38J 1 stale leiflslative probe into actlvl-* lies nl Commonwealth now defunct school carried . -;-,«,"(? federal list ot subvcrslon-talntedfj Institutions. " , -; : ''" Shaver, found* Ic'glslatof, ?i , lieutenant governor and nowyfuf member of tho State Sovereignly^ Commission, was on n five-mart",; committee which investigated thai school near Mann, in response^ lo|| Bennett's questions Shaver,rcad^J pages of prepared testimony, Lakon,^ mainly from the records" of^HhaJ 11)35 probe. , ,, sAivliSl Shaver said that at (lie tlmoVoft the invcstlgalion, CommonweaUhJ College had ceased to bo" .an'.ediji callonal institution -and - hadfvib'c|. come largely a school for'jlab'orj agitation. • ""*<^4g lla 'Said students and -;focul(jj| members were active in'formaj,j6]i| of the Southern Tc-nanC 'FqrmernJ Union, an organization . w'h'l'c!li| .sought to break down the -nl{iril9| lion -system in eastern Aj'KonstijI'y Shavor said Negroes ^forniccl''ka| large proportion of mcmbcrshlp'tinl Ihe union- and p'nrUe 5 "-'-'- 1 vA "* speakers ami committee ;--,-•*.-, lie ^aid Lucien-" koch, ..director^ of ComrnortweaHhr ridmlUea he^b'd; lie-bed in "the political and-'ooo'no; ic equality' of" white .and^bjgijK races and said other 'Commonj;, wealth personnel held s!'mila"rj views. ._' •V-'l'-t., Gov, Orval E, Faubus was^npt|. mentioned in Shaver's, testimony',*! although the governor was a;stu ( -V dent at Commonwealth for a br|e(f period in the early 1930s. '.: ';'^l Faubus' matriculation at Commonwealth was an Issue in-."the Employment Office Here Rated the Th(? Ha[)o )wi>i office fq the Erri- BiU Security pivistan has awarded a gold ' Iqving cup of tiiq'outstanding ployjnt.nl Officts in Arkai> s aS 1058 according to James JU. agency 'Adniinlstratqr. . > T'le award is based PJI an uation to determine the extent Of J,H« loc-al offices, st-rvicy to, tho i the, applicants, tho Jfope F jro Department hag spmej voju'eh for but apparently there was plaanants nyA the eirip.loyprs. special reflector plates which they I p similar , incident and.gJ! ail thof Jn thu final judging Ilopp emerg. sre anxious to pui incomes wherfi i rop'oj-tS' on, it, this is the one ^Ve i fid ttiu winner over iarce other JJJs " ' '" "" " ....... ' Other speakers included Dr. John T. Culdwell, president o£ the University of Arkansas, Culdwell oppuulod for a balance in education between tochnologici.il courses ;md tcachingi ot basic* principle 1 ? of social and physical sciences, He said recent fashion has been toward excessive emphasis on "how to do it" courses, Invalids live . . ..phief A. S. Willis Jik,o4 • best. said such identification p( homt-si with invalids wpu,14 le\- firempn immediately sn4 eoujd mean Anyone wisW'JS to donate new or trict ullici-i, ~- Fort 'Smith, Slutl and Forest Qiiy, There are M2 Kriiployrnunt Offices in Used, clothing to the Lions plufj sas ,and th^se t«ur we<'e the |inai- " ' B. Sgme very good fdand.s of a, jnjn say they- are\gplng to enter* ' 'him. in the Third .District Livestock. 'Quorum Cowl on a bqynty |'oi' in H§ ljo,n on a bqynty |'oi' Groyv^ f5a,}3- n-pjnder? in its $essluj» yeste'jxjay ,,'. Vsq fa% bounty lifters ^yig jiaye L., lijand, AvwU/' ' at agency rnpoting in Mr. Jqnes, pie P4x the st^ff-Qf the ' geey. to Co. Ajiunt Oq. Farm Appropriation by Quorum Court Up Some lie'mpstead. Quorum Court set the County's operating budget at $51420 yesterday, some $700 more than a year ago. 'J'ho $700 appropriation was to tho Southwest Water Dis* trlet which is an organisation ded- ieak'd to securing water 1'or public Use from the Millwood Dam- The rest of the appropriations remain the same as a year ago, The Court did go on record as approving the hiring of a qualified, non-political appraiser to inspect ;md assess property throughout tho county, The appraiser would act-> uajly bo an employe of the taxing un(t§ of tjic county, The resolution for an appraiser was submitted by the Rca{ Kstatt firms in Hope. 5 County Couri •J, p. Courts . Civil Courts ^ail Expenses .Paupers Misc. JSxpensus Courthouse, Jyil QUicers Salaries ...... 'J'$ Sanatorium ...... Crippled Children liome Farm Aye'U - - • Hcyne Agent Negro Farm Agent. Negro .Home Agent Qlftce Rent Negro 30Q ?00 5,000 2.5QO 500 3,000 4,000 . 15,000 £00 200 1,000 'BOO County Physician Health Nurse Ji,ea|lh Nurse Assl. Co. Judge Kxjpenses Kxpenses 400 GOO 9,m 800 1..50Q 1400 Arkansas The governor said he- HJ.-J tended the school only a short and left when he discovered its purposes were. Scheduled to follow ,Shaver;tp| tho stand today were > ,'Pulaski^ Chancellor Guy li. Oren 'Karris CD-Ark) and ''Secres- tary of State C, G. Hall, told newsmen (before the hearings! that two other witnesses ppsslblyjj might be heard loday 'bul x he~de clined to name them. State Hep. Paul Van Dalsem,sft£| Pin-ry County and • Stale"' 1 'Sen,*r Charles F. fHip) SmHli,"...*" /Memphis is co-chairman of investigating committee. t Only about 20 spectators up for early proceedings'' ot public hearing. It is being the House chamber at the" state Capitol, ' ' '-* 1 Television Station KATV v Rock televised the proceeding's^./! The liearings are scheduled last through Thursday or ROCK An sas Legislative Council comrnjtt<?ij today opened a series of on allegedly subversive in the Little Jiock integraUojv crisis, ' . -"^iiM j. L. (Bex) Shaver of \ former lieutenant governor ,-,.,.„„, member of ihe State Soverej^g'tg Commission, was the (irst \yitng." 6 ' quired by AUy- G.on« ~ ~- nell. Scheduled lo follow Ihe witness stand today ski ChenceUpr Guy S. Hep, Orcn Harris Secretary of State C. .G, (Bennett sought 10 prove rest in Arkansas wys with a Communist plot, -* The bowings uie being ppft i'd by a si)ecja{ odycajipg *,SQSfi mitteo, headed by State "— "'"-••'• Van Dajsem and s F. (Kip) Sn')ilh.' , Both Bennett jjnd Van haYe sufcl they e.xpQct tj%> gittion tc sfwvy 3 dpfifiUa'. Uon betvveen racial aptivjly.

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