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To City Subscribtri! yau fail fe §s* yauf Star s tel§ph6fi§ 7*3431 by 6:30 p. m. and a spseial garner will deliver ysur paper, for Weother Reporfi Calumn at Bottam ef this 60TH VEAk: VOL. I Indusfralisf Goldfine Is , S7 liar sl Mast, 1199, Fun 111) CaM«H<f«f*4 JM, »l HOFE, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 195S H*l fh« Audtlfiltd PfSH i PaW tiiet.'t m»J. Audit Bufesu « Cl»tuU(l6RI i.-pt. 10, 19ii ~ 1,460 BOSTON (AP) — industrialist Bernard doidflne u-as,convicted In federal court today 'of criminal contempt Jtor failure to comply with the court's order .to produce records of ode of his lextlie mills in a , tax probe. About the same time 3 u d g • f^Charlcs E. Wyxanski Jr. Was filing his decision in Bosloti. the 67 year old Goldfihc was pleading innocent in Washington to a contempt of Congress indictment. Goldfine's secretary, Miss Mildred Paperman, also was found guilty of criminal contempt in regard to the Slrathmorc Mills of Boston and the Northfield Mills of Northfield, Vt., two other Goldfine enterprises, ' The Goldfine conviction was on V books of the Lebanon Mills of Lebanon, N. H. Goldfine Was found innocent cm complaints regarding the records Continued on faee Three Weather Christmas Tree, School Is Out : • Star Photo & Engraving' ;" TYPICAL SCENE in all local grade schools today is a Christmas Tree with gifts being handed out. Each student gets a gift with a cost limit usually of 50 cents, .,,.,, ' When Its all over school turns out for the holidays. Regular 'classes will be resumed on Monday, January 5, Experiment Station report for 24-hours ending at 7 a. m. Friday, ( High 67, Low 30; No precipitation; Total 1958 precipitation through November, 52.03 inches; during the same period a year ago, 07.90 -inches. ARKANSAS—Increasing cloudiness this afternoon and tonight, turning colder extreme north tonight, Saturday considerable cloudiness and turning colder, lowest 25-35 extreme north to 40 south portion tonight, highest 40s north i to 50s south. A Life Term Recommended atPrescbtt , PRESCOTT, Ark. (AP) — A life sentence was recommended yesterday 'by an all male jury foi Kenneth Nicely, 21-year-old con fessed slayer of a 'Prcscott police;man. The jury deliberated about an Feat Shows Russia Nof So Far Ahead CAMBfiiDGft. 'Mass. (AP1~ %e 'eat of the Air Force in placing .he Atlas missile in orbit shmvs he Soviet Union is hot so fsi 1 ahead after all. and means we low have forged ahead, >n the opinion of a MasFachusetts In U' tile of Technology expert. M. Guyfoid Steever, former chief scientist for the Air Force and now professor of nerotutUliral engineering at MIT. said today the early Soviet advance in satellites arose from their use of "military hardware." Me said the Uniled States s«p- ai'htod its military missile program from program, its space satellite l-uunching a Spectacular Fireworks By JACK KING . CAPE CANAVERAL, Fly. I Pi —•Launching of Uie nation's Atlas intercontinental ballistic mibsile;is the most spectacular fireworks display this famous rocket t&sl center has to oficr. The rocket, 224,000 pounds of power coated with stainless steel, stood free of its service lower'for an hour before launching. thn more than spectacular It turned crimson as the rays of the setting sun reflected off:the missile case. Later it shone in ,th<5 beams of powerful floodlights Then at 0:02 p.m., the Wells Declares He Abhors All Kinds Politics fey CLIPTON WEUUS LITTLE ttocK CAPJ— "t abhor wlflics," says John f. Welts, till Arkansas politician. Wells, publisher of a LlUle Rock weekly newspaper, was Uu'Usi onto the national political stage 1 when ho cohtoslcd the election of Br. Dale Alford .In Arkansas' fifth Congressional t)istr(et. As a result of Wells' Ihvustlga- lion and testimony, the Hotisn Campaign Expenditures Commit- ten vccbm mended 3-2 that Alford denied a sent jn the U.S. House of Representatives pending an in* vosUgnllon of the election, Alford, n staunch segregation- 1st, conducted a hist minute, whirlwind campaign as n write-In cnndl' date to unseat veteran Hop. Brooks Hays (D-Ark), n moderate on the racial issue. On tho bnsis of original returns. Alford won by about 1,200 votes, Wells charged thai the Alford cpinpa'iRti and election was fraught "with irregularities, fraud and conspiracy. He singled out Arkansas Gov. Orval' IE. Faubus as an alleged conspirator to turn out Hays the Democratic nominee, Faiiblis hns denied sine accusation. /Informing the public has been Wells' goal most of his fiG years Arkansas Regional Foeecast Ey THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Central, southeast and- south\vcst Arkansas: Clear to partly cloudy this afternoon and tonight, Saturday increasing cloudiness and colder, Sunday cloudy and cold with some rain or snow. North- cast and northwest ' Arkansas:, Clear to''partly cloudy this afternoon and tonight, colder extreme 0 north portion, tonight,^ Saturday in"-,.-"creasing cloudiness "and 'colder,Sunday cloudy and cold with some rain or snow. ,High this, afternoon mid 60s central, northeast anJ northwest, mid 60s to 70 southeast, mid 60s to low 70s southwest; low tonight near 40 central, mid 20s to mid 30s northeast, 25 to 35 . northwest, in 50s southeast and in 40s southwest. MISSOURI—Partly cloudy south- svest, mostly cloudy east and north today; mostly cloudy' tonight and Saturday; occasional lifil 1 * snow extreme northeast tonight; turn, ing colder northwest today, much colder elsewhere tonight and Saturday; high .today upper 40.S north west, near 60 southeast low tonight B northeast, 20 -southwest THE WEATHEp ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, High'Uow Pr, , Albany, cloudy 32 24 Anchorage, cloudy 29 24 Albuquerque, clear ' 58 32 Anchorage," cloudy 29 24 Atlanta, clear 52 3^ Bismarck, snow 44 0 .11 Boston, cloudy 31 25 Buffalo, cloudy 31 29 Chicago, cloudy 4Q 32 Denver, clear ' 59 39' Cleveland, cloudy, 31 26 Denver, clear 59 59 DCS Mojnes, • cloudy 46 37 •Detroit, cloudy ' 32 28 Fort Worth, clear > 04 37 Helena, piogr' 50 29 Indianapolis, cloudy 41 38'' Kansas City, clear 55 §9 LOS Angeles/ cloudy 73 48 - Loyisville, clear 46 SJft Memphis, elw 60 43 jVliami, ejear ' ' 73 ,49, Milwaukee, ploudy 34 27 Mpls.-Sv, Paii}, cloudy 37 2Q New Orleans, ciw 6Q 4Q Star Photo & Engraving A BOBCAT was killed yesterday morning just inside-, Nevada County by Roy Dockery. The vicious looking animal was 1 ' caught in a steel" trap and was ft shot with a 22 cal. rifle. It"' weighed about 25 pounds. lesi t ;<|^n , f By SludejKfs ' ; Children of Oglestoy '-School presented, a Ohristmas« play entitled "Christmas Windows," -Thursday •afternoon for the Dec. meeting of the-PTA,' Every child in school took part in th'e^play. and Miss Glenda Huckabee, 'Janie and David Seale, Randy-Byers and Mike iMcCorkle were guest 'participants. -Margie Waddle was'reader, The 'First' Grade under the direction of Mrs, Garland Mcdders- sang 'Christmas Toys" while live blocks wooden -soldiers, a doll, a clown, jack-in the jbox and^iorsie could be" seen in 'the toy shop window. The Second Grade wltih, 'Mrs, G'rady 'Williams directing, portrayed "Santa's Toy Shop," The Sec ond Grade Chorus sang" ''Santa Glaus Is Coming To Town 1 ' and the rhythm band also-pjayed, The Third Grade wider, the direction of iJWrs, ftoyce Weisenber gcr, danced'the ''Christmas Polka" The little, girls danced in the foreground while the boys, obscured by n small snow covered . Christmas irees, formed a background of "dancing trees, ' , ' ,!Mrs., James. MpLarty's Fourth Grade-portrayed the Candy Shop tWjndow,' featuring-a-dainty sugar plum tree, chocolate dog. and calico New Yoj'H, clear Oklahoma Pity, clo«v Omalja,, Plear Philadelphia, Phoenir, c]oar Pittsburgh, 39 CUy t clear '3g 5Q 78 _g§7 61/37 48 ,,18 Franpjscfl, Jsy4/ clear vr$\t -A KS^fTY"'*- hour before returning its reconv mendalion. Nicely of (London, Ky., .pleaded guilty,' Wednesday before Circuit Judge Lylc . Brown to the fatal shooting in the City Jail last September of Ed^/irden, 35. 3 eoun.t- down announcer shouted "2Jcrc>" and a brilliant flash of white flame, shot from the tail of the "Big -A." There was a piiiise, and then the mighty rocket .struggled aloft' —slowly at first—with its three en- Bines blazing, it began to acceler- Public Awa r^ the Gdylmor v't" 1 ***" ' * ! * f ; : LITTLEVROCk.;(AP)— Gov. Oral iE.' Faubus "saj.d' today, he be- ieves',, .','ihei-e. } ;fBf«)«;,;}s i i.a, , miljlic ' ' ,, .,. } ,., , awareness' tha^n!f3revactlfally is 'a Communist mbveriientt'arid that it actually is here ir. Arkansas." But, Faubus added, '"only time will tell ."h'ow, much actually was accomplished" in the just-concluded Legislative Council probe of alleged subversive influence in Arkansas' racial problems, The governor s'aid he watched some of the, hearings on television. He said one witness; J, B. Matthews of New York, a former congressional investigator," said one thing that impressed me, and I know it is true— that 'well meaning individuals who are part, of a Communist front organization are sometimes 1 more effective and niore useful than actual party members," Turncoat Returns, Spouting Communism HONG KONG (AP), — Richard G, Covden, ringleader of the 21 'American turncoats-of the Korean War, emerged from Red China today spouting the Communist line full 1 blast. 1 . Garden, 31, from East Provy deiico, R,|. J , told a ^nows conference! more I firmly believe there is democracy" in ', Communist China tjiqn in the United states, I've, got nothing to'toe ashamed of. I" Jearned a }ot," Jie 'left Communist China pat,. The verse''.speaking cholv gave) cause he was homesick r,nd could as ,a choral reading "The, Sugar not finish .)iis studies in (indent reading "The, Sugar TrepV by- Eugene fields and (he Sugar Plum fpifjv the candy oVnVs 'and ipljyes danced j.o the ac> cpmpaniment of , ,tlie <'Nuter, Suite" by Tc'haiko\;skj', l Fifjli GracJOj Mrs,' • T- direpting, '(presented. "The - toi'e 'Window," Thp 'Fifth Grade chorus sang ''Silver "Pells," 8n d "listen To The ^eUs" with and piano aecom.fisnim.ent Ul Gtade, Miss |?athleen iprpach, 'ieflphey, gave thp'nativiU' ift '8 cJwvcl) window and ihp 6l ; §de giioir sang ''In The not finish .)ils studies in Chinese literature. ' |ie is the.JOlh of the turncoats to return from Red' China. One othcj.- died there, Corder, said the JO still behind (he.^apiboo Curtain a.re doing well and he knows ll,?» ' tWi^-Jlifi-Int, .iSinvt* Vlad 15. no . none who jca, ^ '. to return to A soft-spoken man with a re porter's natural tendency to re main in the background, he bcgfl his career as $7.50 a week news paper reporter in Little Rock, hir homo town. He won honorable mention oh the Pulitzer Prixe Us in 1932 for a series of articles fix = „. .. „ , posing graft in public office, ate atop a tapered tailr,ot white When he quit the daily field in name. . I 1936, the staff of Little Rock's Ar kansas Ga'/.cttc wrote of their dc parting city editor: He was hit- ten by a small but vicious insect m m jM m - ff*Jt Four-Jon U.S. Satellite Flashes Around at 17.000 Miles New Rocket Is a Challenge to the Russians 'Hie cape turned to daylight for ._,..v.a around as the monster weapon soared. The thunder of its three-engine power package locked the coastline. - '_£ \ Wells served in the administra- The Alias is unique as'tar is j t'lon of Uie Jatc Carl IE. Bailey, big rockets go in that-'.the lull!)who was Arkansas' goyernor from known as the Bogus Politicus, power .of the 1 engines is'built up on the ground, t ',> After about 60 seconds,,'the A,t| las—just a bright fireball now >p Curved high Jn thf^sky^ and,, dr lown~rd 'th'e v east." "' .'"' • •' Because conditions were perfect, the Atlas was in sight for about seven minutes before it finally faded out like a fiery rneteor. Only 35 Men Knew About Launching CAPE CANAVERAL, Fin. (AP> — Only 35 men knew that an Atlas missile would be shot into orbtt until three hours before the spectacular launching. "We called the 35 members of The Club," said B. G. MacNebb, a fiery Scot who is operations manager. , "There are 040 fine men working for Convair at the Cape and only three of them knew about (he satellite launching— -even after tho final button was pressed and the missile was launched," MacNabb said. Among those who had lo receive the advance word was lh» rani(e safety officer, whose duly is to destroy the missile if it strays off course, Crewmen manning tracking stations for trucking the mis* sile Siad to be notified three hours in advance. One of the important opeiation.5 of a regular Atlas shoot is the impact prediction chart at central control. It tel]s whoro the missilu 1937 to 1041. He was loft to his own devices after Bailey ;was defeated in n thind term bin, ''SJill a ^newspa^errnnn, at hcarl, he scrape'd together 'enougli money to buy a used newspaper press and went into the printing business. He launched his weekly Arkansas Recorder a few years later. Some c.'tllcd the Recorder a political newspaper. Wells said it was a "government nesvs digest," '.'A lot of people think I like politics. I definitely believe th«t government is the big challenge. "1 Uiink politics is n necessary evil." The Recorder's purpose, he continued, WHS to report .state government news in depth— something he ifeels the dailies failed to do. By policy the Recorder avoids interviews with political office-holders. Its stories, instead, rely on public records. The paper— with a paid circulation of approximately 4,000— also Is a sounding board' for Wells. '' His pointed editorials have lashed friend and foe alike and generally take the stand of the southern conservative In recent years his main target for criticism has been Qov, Fau. bus. Wells has denounced the U.S. Supreme' Court's desegregation decision, svhilo decrying Psubus 1 (handling of tho Little Rock school land. Personnel in central control were infuriated when one unidenth fjcd crewman stood in front of the pharl and blocked the view of observers at a critical moment, U WPS all part of the act, Twn Ths Star Staff sounded today by the Hope Police flepariinent in l |jrecvack,evs sajes ' will, fi9t be stopped as gs they sp}d >|)'pn,i jn§ide a said from Jhgre* will fee '.no sales sidewajks er door\yays jl H s againsj, in ihe *" ^ Pellovvcrafl degree \yill bo con fprr'ed by Whitfiejd fylasomp Lodg Js r o. 239 at TiSQ p, m. tonight . . all Master Masons are urged lo i>t iend, y. S. Savings fionds during November in JJempslead, as reported by Syd McM»'h, totaled §14,333 making the yeai 1 $gp,408 or 09 per cent of the yea,r's total Qounty sales in the u - Wjare $6,933, making the ye?f S 45{ or 8,24 per cent p,f the JWQ.OflQ jq^J^ . ".,. J, C. Cjjbe ol Lafayette vcp.oxts sales of $73 ( 9P? or (>() per *•' •' the.$11?. . ,,"."." ,of ?Jevad t a fpjorlf §«<H's o| ' "" '' \ 'i>rjnging lh,e. to. 8188.4W or cea| of situation. A friend who foil the sting of Weljs' editorial bite was Hays himself. , , Despite their close relationship, Wells Recorder pointed an accusing linger at the congressmpn for, Ihe latler's racial moderation. Put Wells doesn't feel he is fight' ing Hays' battle, or against Alford. "It should be Wells vs. Faubus, 1 he said. > The strong views of the Recorder seldom have proved financially nrofilpblp If Wolls, who pu&hos himself at a furious pace through-!? to 19-hour work c|a. vs - < • He admjts it has cost him advertisers and subscribers and, pqssib- )y. pustornors for his [7fesses. Put jtoen, the life of a politician wno lias never aspired to an live office himself is n«t .simplest life, , WASHINGTON fAB>—Tl\u announced, yesterday pjans {o cjose the Kaval ^rnmunition D_epol $\ Shumnker, inw Ctimdon, 'Ark., The Arkansas Installation w^ IJslcd, a.fnpjjg 3tt projected closings IT'S PRETTY-PLAIN — Doris Godfrey, arrest&d on a lottery charge In Atlanta, On., plainly shows her disapproval of photographer as she.slta In a police car. At left Is Rex D. Popham who was also arrested (luring the lottery raid In a residential srea of the city.'— NEA Telephoto ' T WAiSIliNatON £P) — U, S," c rockelmcn hurled n foUr-ton Sttlol-, lite into orbit around lha .eatih", Tliursclny ni«IH in a giant strldeij toward outer space and mati'S!" maslcry there. ' ' N />?'j 't'Jio leat, ctramatlcally anlioitnccd^'. by c President J^iscnhowcr White House diplomatic gnvu this country the biggest^ 'inglng around the planet. '*'' known mnnmado object'- . _ rfwingliiB around tho planet. ,-TlioPj Jiew Pullman car - s>izc s satcliltii, J1 dwarls the 2,010 pounds "of 'Hu's^ sin's Sputnik III launched lasV May 15. It comes close to,' or sur-/passes the bulk of the Soviet ,cal'-^ rler rocket which went sopurulcly^ intu orbil but plunged lo its Dec. 7. But even more significant tiho rockelmens vicwpoh^t are-two,^ ulhor features: ' «', The space traveler, cl u b'b "Operation Score," carries VlwW" way communications which' prom«^ isV untold practical bQiiufils'-'focj" the future*. , And It was pointed into its by an internal guidance system^ set course like a bullet—a^ lofjgj rather than being sent on a'pro-'' set course like u buIleU—a l lori&i step toward hue space navlga^ lion. [Triumphant over Ihe their, project, American!' scientists! (iulcltly raiso'djj.Uieir space, sights; ,n LUCKY — Pvt Ga'reth M. Carmody is one of the luckllest Gl's in the U. S,- Army. 'He'will marry Marian Ann McKnight, Miss Americ/v of 1957, at the home of his'parents In Hollywood Dec, 21, — NEA Telephoto Nazarenesto Hear'Messiah' Tuesday Night A stereophonic, high fidelity tape recording of "The (Messiah,", by George Frederick Uandel r will too 'presented Tuesday evening at 7 at the Church of the Nazamie, This 55 minute recording wos made at the First flaplist Church, in El' Dorado, by Paul Klipsch, iw'ho is a r/eMdent of .Hope and" an internationally known bound ex- ipert, The recording features the church organist and choir, plus several igue-st soloists. , ,' ' The Stereophonic ,sound equip- mont is twng furiwshcd by Klupsch ff Associates Co,, makers pf Jije .famous KUHScJhcrn sound eqxup- Yerger Helps Plan Council State Program 'The Verger student council sent two students early in December to the State Convention Planning Meeting, held at the Pine Street . Mr. Kllpsch will be lijs flsfroctate, ,I3on Davis ' in, up-and operating" this menk'The public « Invited la tend. Stefan Cardinal loday left lor as scorpp of Poles in «xilo lv»m communism shoijted. "Don't go |?{icki ,You'J,l never be able to ' Jcave The 'p^tholic primate pf e eonflayc w|iiyla elept^d to &yccced Plus School, , i Verger council representatives were Ver'a ' Williams, Vice Presi» dent, who took part In the Stale Planning Section and Thomas CoJ- beri, who took part in the Testing Mars ajar ^ ancl sending it to 'Venusf, •5 Section and ranked 4th from the «" 0 - By THE ASSOCIATED' PRESSgJ WASIIiNG'J'ON (AP) — ton American satellJto flashed^ uround the earth at 17,000-miles^ an-hour today — a mighly chal-x lenge to -Hussian. efforts to be,> first in mastery gf space,"*, ,- ^ Thu now earth - girdling rockqrj opened up new vistas tor pulling^ a man into space and perhaps' someday reaching far away VenusS find Mars. Men who built the'-sal-;, ellite, an Alias missile of boxcar^ .size, spoke ataoul lhat. " No other man-made device - rp^ in tho hcuvcns can compare *'ij); J sis-.e with UTX. satellite launched; Thursday mght-from Cape Cahay* eral, F)a, The salollllc, 85, fc^t w long and 10 feel in diameter,^ weighs 8,700 to 8,800 pounds, weight when it look off,_heavy fuel load, was about 244,500 pounds. .".«<"&' .Russia's l>/f ' -ton launched last May and still gointe iK a cone about 5 fuel feet in diameter at the sia hns said it weights'- 2(800 pounds including 2,300 -'pounds. got'. instruments. H '" '"** This would be a much' poundage of instriur.ents, Alias carries — about JSi^,,™, aVJoreovcr, flussia may have " more total weight into the of space last spring In '. . Sputnik Hi. The rocket" sviilqh propelled the Sputni aratod from Ihe salollile' and followed it in orbit to before plunging back and up in Ihe earth's top ou> of ifl parllcipaling schools, The tesl v/as divided into six parts, (i) Current AW U ''' S ! ^ a qne minute oral exyminalion; (3.1 knowledge of student council work! (i) personality; (5) intcUigcn.ee; (6) ability to car/y himself well in a. 'verily pf situations, The purpose* of (hu meeting were to plan the Stylo Council program and to select a sj,udent to i>end to the second meeting of the Williarnsburg' Purg/esses, i-.eld jn Wlliamsburg, Virginia, February 18-1, 1959, The student •W}IQ made the highest spore in a tost supplied by Van Poo} of the Washington, fl. C, office sv^S $CT -'jj'hc council is grateful IP Mr. »nd Qeoi'gc _Spea|-mnn who C8i> ]PCiil reprcijentative? to tne* and r to Mrs/M, 'A- CiHen, sponsor, for accompany- sludents to tho expert guess thai Iho combined Siputnik III and the rocket might have been 10,000 That compares wilh the „. 8,800 pounds for the Alias,' --".'5..>» Scientists here insists l|iere~jsje] difference, however, bur"'"*" Atlas satellite is all in Whereas the Sputnik that orbit was about 2,000 Those scientists say greater size of the Alta? an advantage, as instrunign^sl:*! 1 spread throughout it greater'length and jnako it a better uspd In' li',acklr)g Iu , some Pentagon 1 ' there was a' bejief that' weight fired'into the ft'U' Py jn, May, and the rocket,',, to get it there, \vere',

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