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To Cify Subierlbtru II 'yeu fsit ts gs* yauf Itar 6;30p. m. efidaspggiali will dglivgp yeur paper. 60TH YEAR VOL. 60 Par Weather Report! See Sotuwtt at §ott8m ef. this Page "•"" • • m HON, ARKANSASAFRIDAY, DiClMStR 24, W§ , . A*. N*» Mli Ctlil. I WSJ. IMIM Ml. 38. 1«I Congress Faces Battles Right from the Start 6y WILLIAM F, Aft&OGAsT WASHING-TON <AP> • — with Christmas over. Congress mcni' bers will start arriving soon for the hew scslon which may open With battles in both Mouse and Senate. ,Thc 86th Congress convenes toi, 7 with muclj btgg'cr Demo Sillc majorities than the 85th Congress of 1057*68. Normally a new Congress gets off to a slow start but this time things look different, In the Senate, a lengthy fight is shaping up over a move by Northern Democrats and Republicans to curb filibusters, Soutlv crn 'Democrats in the past have Used unlimited debate to block civil rights legislation. ^Senate Republicans also ar<i crnbroiled in a family quarrel, group which views the present GOP command there as behind the times is pushing a rival slate for top leadership posts. In tho House, n bloc of self- styled liberals wants to limit the power o'f the Rules Committee to bottle up legislation. Under present House rules, that committee can keep most bills from the floor almost indefinitely, t Unless a compromise Is reached end of time, this fight will be settled on opining day. Another controversy confronting the House involves the disputed election of Dr. Dale Alforcl, a Little Rock segregation leader, to replace Rep. Brooks Hays (D-A'rk), an avowed moderate on tho segregation issue. A special House committee recently conducted a preliminary probe of charges that irregulari- ^s figured in Alfords victory e.s a write-in candidate. The committee recommended Alford not be seated'pending a fuller inquiry by a regular House committee. Unless the case 'becomes an out- and-out civil rights isuc, Alford probably will be permitted to laku his scat on Jan. 7. , These ,-controversies •• 'aside,, , it probably .will bo at least a month before any legislation of con.?c- luencc reaches the floor of either I'ancli, , The -House must completely organize fivm scratch. The Senate, with two-thirds of its membership holdolvcrs, has fewer organization problems, AtOVE NOdMAt AI6VE NORMAL Itt&W NOHMAl MUCH IELOW NOtMAL FXPECTFD TEMPERATURES femnerature outlook for the 30»daj> period of mid- mid.Jaituary calls tot fceliw seasonal normals »vcf half of the tiatioM cxcent for near ttorma In ««*»{»• norntil temperatures are emdcd lo fcvaiUvcs of the netitai Divide, in the central plains, about worm*J «"*•*---£ ate in prospect, but with large variations about the normal. Jock Carnes of Camden Succumbs; Traffic Deaths Mounting Fast, Record likely By tHE ASSOCIATED PRE not SPRINGS", Ark, ktthsns businessman and, .hfopist Samuel J, Cnrhes,, chnlritiittt of the stntd fiaclhg mission, died yesterday - at a Hat Springs hospital. * )' Carhcs, 82, had been seribliSly 11 tor the past several years. A resident ot Cnmdch, CaMtes amassed a fortune as an oil operator, He had cJttcnsiVe holdings in real estate and owned the Cam- Ark Pottery Co. ot Camden, whltfli distributes products throughout the world, J His widow, Mrs. Gressic Carries. C nci, taking a snarp upi..... is the stale's National Democratic, day, were running al a hlfihei commiltcowoman. I rate than the nation's all-tlme Carnes had lived in Arkansas since 11)30. He was born at Cnrh Traffic Fires Miscellaneous Total 234 34 27 29,i By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic deaths in the first qiiiir tcr of tho- long Christmas week end, taking a sharp upturn Thurs alnrn (0 , cr t f 10 ginughloi' on the high bridg'e, Ohio, and educated at Mus-' wa j. s . They said unles motorist klngum University in New Con- J are "shocked Into better be toll cord, Ohio, and Massachusetts SllUite of Technology. f * Carnes was active In civic work recor, and was a past president of the Camden Chamber of Commerce! , Funeral services will be held at the Carnes residence in Camden at 11 a.m. tomorrow. ;rl- i hnvior" a new death ; I may be set. The rate of fatalities was mor than seven per hour since EXPECTED PRECIPITATION The Weather Bureau's 30-day forecast for In Iho nf>t Senate, Republicans must select a new leader to replace William Continued on Page Three ^Weather •"ARKANSAS— Increasing cloudiness and warmer this afternoon and, tonight with scattered showers beginning tonight and contiiv • uing Saturday, lowest around 40 tonight. Highest 50-GO Saturday, ^Extended Forecast for the period £ _ . Dec, 26 Dep, 31! I Arkansas Temperatures * to 6 IgVees above normal, Normal Ijima 26 to 38 north and 38 to ' south. Normal maxima 45 -to Rising trend through Saturday. I'feeipjtation generally moderate. Iqatlorod showers Saturday or Can't Believe Mother Had His Wife Killed VENTURA, Calif. (AP) — A young attorney appeared today at a grand jury investigation ot his attractive wife's slaying and said; "I find it fantastic to believe that mother is involved in Olga's death." ' The lawyer, Frank Duncan, dressed in a somber' charcoal suit, told newsmen in the, hall,ouc-, side the hearing '„ ronV ' that his mother, ElizabettyDuncan, 'Jcould not' kill anything,^inoAVovifti',van« ,.,„. charges that Duncan's mother hired- two men on the instalment plan to murder her daughcr-in-law, Olgn Duncan, 30, who was pregnant. Her body was found last Sunday in a shallow grave police said the killers scooped out by hand. Authorities say the mother was intensely jealous of her daughter-in- animal." The district ' attorney President of College Is Missing MARSHALL, Mo. CAP?— Dr. M Karle Collins, president of Missouri Valley College, has been missing si n c e early, Christmas Day. His'wife'notified police svhcn he failed to 'return from' 1 Christmas Eve Church services', i But a son-in-law,, Jamie Hogue, said:, "We .arevnot* worried about him;" Hc''said''Dr. Collins,' 55*, had planned to ;l(?aye Thursday for Or- Jando^F-lff'^^ie/tHrHhet'^.siihOv 0 , 1 " 6 Burglars Loot Local Store of $1,500 in Guns Burglars hit the Copeland Ha count'started at 0 p.m. local Urn Christmas Eve. It was far hlght- than the National Safety Council' pro-holiday estimate of 620 death during the 102-hour period wl*c ends at midnight Sunday. The count also war, at a lastc clip than for a comparable pcrio during the 19SO four-day Christmas r'ccord of 706 traffic deaths was holiday period when the all-time recorded. As the toll shot upward the council said: "It's up to tho driver to pull clown this toll In homeward bound travel. Christmas Is traditionally the most dangerous period of the year because 6f heavy liaffic and highball hilarity." The council estimates 40 million mas morning stole mostly Jaw, Duncan, who practices in nearby Santa Barbara, said he loft his apartment in that city and moved to Hollywod when he heard on the radio that his wife's body had'been found, ''I oould do nothing, My wife was 'dead," he said, "I didn't want to talk to reporters or, anyone, f just wanted to get away." -in- I," Arkansas Regional V Vi THE ASSOCIATED . J-All-' sections of Arkansas; leasing cloudiness and wa. ... Ijg afternoon and tonight svilh ,o)-pd showers ' beginning to* lijhl and- continuing Saturday this afternoon mid 40s c?iv northeast, neap GP sout|i Mrs, Martin Will Direct Mother's Drive Mrs, J, B, iMarlin, Mothers near 40 nil ,HI riy THI K - ' ' clear Albuquerque, • ' go, Cloudy clear ,PRgs§ istoo, Clear |jport .Worth, clear .'r'" Js''^]jA *i->.£- --y ^n§ejes; cloudy, Spls.jgt. Ppul.' iJpar "cw "•••-- 53 31 4? 39 1C ,1 ?8 IS 51 39 50 34 ?3 15 57 33 40 20 54 J§ 51 40. ff! ' 51 m 18 3,1 football team' plays East Te'xas State in the Tangerine Bowl , Saturday, ' • However, he had planned^ to leave on an afternoon from Kansas City, Hogue said Dr, Collins apparently changed his mind, and caught an early morning train at Springfield, Mo., instead, Dr. Collins' car 'was found near the railroad station in Springfield, ticket agent, Doyle Jones, identified a picture of Dr, Collins as that of a man who produced n Frisco Railroad pass for travel to Birmingham. The agent said the man then purchased a ticket from Birmingham, Ala,, ' to Orlando, showing identification to obtain 3 ministerial discount, Missouri Valley is a Presbyterian college and Dr. Collins is a church elder. • Redcap Dillard Watson also reo- cgnizcd the picture and said the man had asked him where to tind the Orlando car on the train. Conductor W. 'F, Wood and porter Ernest Goodwin who took the train to Memphis said they did not recognize the picture, Wood said he would remember anyone traveling on a pass. • A reporter and the station mas- guns and ammunition, valued from $1,200 to $1,500, City Police announced. ' '_ The 'burglars entered the ibuild- ing through a side door, They broke out a window iand ;ijever bothered to open the door, pulsing tihe loot through ithe broken window. There were at least 20 guns •missing, ian undetermined amount of ammunition and from $20 to ?30 in cash,' ' *•' -. , $?> • Police Chief Jack Brown said the <tina'l.:door' check,of 'the -night-v&» made at J a'. m,/Mr* Copeland discovered *' <the burglary at 8 a. m. City and State Police continue the •investigation. "* Chief Brown said several stores in this area had been Wl by gun thieves recently. He said they ends. It cautioned homeward drlv ing conditions could be much worse than during the first part of the holiday, Weather conditions since Christmas Eve have been favorable for driving in most parts of the country, with highways virtually free of ice am 1 snow. { PRICE S ,_ At Least 45 Persons Die in Christinas Fires r-.'i 'Wf -m *,* JR. By TH6 , Chrislmhs'holiday fires _. Irttftcdy In "families In many , ot the nation. Fnlhers, molheM- and children ,losl their lives duf- lug what was to have been 6i»c. ot the happiest times of'lhe'ycni*.**, In all, nt least 48 nersohS^dted • as the result of flames which swept homes nnd lodgings,'"Five- or the six members ot one tamily,"' were wiped out, In two other" eases three children were Dozens of other persons Injured, some critically. , f \\* luii ..--...i.r .-., 11 mill ii - '- i un m ii" niiiinih-ii i r-iii - -L '-mil i " • n --* ' AUBUHN, POINT (AP) — Nino persons of a family of 12 died lo» clay In a fire which engulfed 1 ;^ form home near here. , ,. ',',> Five bodies were recovered hotlrs alter the 3 a. m. (F—, 'bla/.e and fire department officers t were sifting tho ruins, for foUiv more. . * *.•. *.*/ Firemen said those listed 'a'a\ 3 dead were Mrs, Oscar llollcnbach,' an, and eight children,' ,Gale, 1B,«' r Dona'ld, 17, Garry, 16, Shnon, 15,%'i fpatclla, 13, Mary CharlcJie 8, Carl,' ' 6, and Penny, 4, ' "^'^ The husband and father, Hoi-"' lenbnch, was burned only slightly:"; The two others escaping wcrp; Wanda Hollenbach, 7, and a l^ri)', Jllghtowcr, 80, presumed lo be the' mother of Mrs. Hollcnbuch.^ ^ . Wnndn " Hollenbaeh "and," Mrai Illghlower were treated' for at, H hospital, ,' , Tho cause of the tire was determined immediately.^ ,, sfWrw^Awwi*™"** *»* <*wj «.W«iWiwV»* «*¥>*•*»*»••» »"«""^i-""-—— --' A 1 REDSTONE—Men of on .Army missile unit" at 11 'OklaT hoist a Redstone combat missile into firing position. The missile is the basic ingredient in the ( Jupitcr-C racket which has-put throe Explorer aalelU^m^wblt, Fort * ••*»•, School Closing jS**^! '^•'"' ^'^^""'^Vff^^^f ** " Case Before State Court LITTLE ROCK (API—A test ot nieves 1^1=,.^. "- ,Oov, Orval E. Faubus authority •arely took anything but guns as lo c i OS e the Little Rock public M * .7 . -1 «.. tf\ . • -. -_( t_ _ .r.. !...r.J tn t arfK'l ftrtft •they are expensive and easy to sell, ler at Birmingham through Mrs. J. P. iMartin Mothers '^ t " Bl n from Springfield when it lareji Chairman lor 1959, has s(0 d t)ierc T j n!r5C i ay n j g i,t but amcd the MotherS T March Cap_- did ^ ot £ind p^ colUus, r ,,, P for Wie drive in January to toe Umaxed on the 89th by the city» •idp door, io door coHoctJons by lathers, Tjje 1P59 'March of Dimes Cam- jaigp 'li-as been expanded to incHi^ e are an4 study of birth., defects, j-thritis, and virous diseases, along vjth continued care, aid, and *'o- carch in polio, Jyfotn?rs March Captains, each esponsible for a portion pf the jty ancj surounding area wi}l 'be; tfrs, Paul, MoClellan, tyrs. Lynn Mrs, Jpwel Moore, Jr.j .„-. ,..Ui r Pan Jones; Mrs, Char, e,s G-ouglV Mrs. iggb }\'<ss®: rtrs, Alvjn Reynolds, Mrs. C ... . Ross, 'Mrs, 'Pol? Berndon, M»' s - 2ugene White,, Mrs- D "b Flowers, VJrs. , Fantasie, Mi's. s, ,'Audy, Later, said the family , believed the goljoge president may Have left the train at Memphis an« contained liis trip 'by air. Put a search in Mcmpljis for him was unsuccessful, "We Cuban Rebels Boast About Havana March HAVANA, Cuba (AP)— A Cuban rebel leader boasted today that •insurgents soon will be in Havana, His broadcast prediction eama as the Cuban government, seemingly near paralysis for lack of sufficient arms, faced a possible military reverse in central Cuba which could mark a decisive turning point in the two-year civil waj-, The army appears unable to mount a sustained counter'offun- sive any where in this revolt-torn country. The rebels, under Fioci Castro, have scored several successes in the central Cuban province of Las Villas, They now are virtually encircling Santa Claru against integration Arkansas Supreme high schools reached the Court today, An appeal was lodged with the court Irom a lower court decision upholding legality of a legislative act under which Faubus last September shut down the four high schools relher than permit partial desegregation, At a referendum later, Little Rock residents voted against reopennig the schools on an integrated basis. The schools remain closed, A special session of the Arkansas Legislature last August passed a lasv giving Faubus authority to clqse schools in any district threatened with'integration, A suit filed in the name of Mrs. Gertie Garrett as a Little Rock taxpayer attacked the law as in' Continued on Page Three Balloon Lands on Venezuela Coast CARACAS, Veno'/ucla (AP) — The Venezuelan' Civil Aeronautics received an uncon Accidental / •"•''» in State Is Five By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Springdaje had its first fatal traffic accident . in nearly four years today as the Arkansas highway death 'total rose to six for the Christmas holiday period, Kenneth Wayne Finer, 21, of Gentry, was killed instantly In a head-on car-truck collision at the intersection o'f U, S. Highway 02 nnd'71 in south Springdule The city hod gone 1,382 days without a' traffic fatality, State Police have predicted 11 jcrsons will die in the Christmas jcriod which began ut 0 p.m. Wednesday and'ends at midnight Sunday, , lie knows wliat he 12 doing and will ariye at Orlando as he planned," Jiogue said, At Orlando, Coacji Yohioy Ash« ford Of the Missouri teajn said he pelieyed Pr. pollins was en route to Orlando b/' train which, is due in at l p.m. CBS?),,- .- gprothy 'Schnipppr of FOJC, Arkansas State Women's ps. Birectoj-, will 'be at the prppgrdtion inecupg for the Mo» tners iMaych Captains to be helq pt iplamond -J?afe at 7 .p. nigljt, December ?9tb, m>$&'mw* MWT *ai^l>l^:?t'WS4«'i?er : M^s b-§, • ^im<W"$«»'' -. -£ " ' amiM;;ifta : ;;i MpiW- fln»"^«-->---- r --r«w«- ' fi£ v {B*iv&r y-Mvc& SteWt&t: Church Meet T4\o 6ff! annual Community Christmas Me9yjii of .four church* es gets ui)4epway Pppembpr 28 >aj 7.: 30 pi m. wlUlTuvney ^, Pil§i'im Rest in chayge. ^PP^ping CMrJ^e pro|,,,, be Johnnie Kep4rfe, Jogepjj „, ,.i'U/rom Sastic, ^ " 4he capital of Las nnd threat- *-«H+ *•**+ *••* *-»"»** ' "7 ' . '. - .. ending to slice Cuba in pait, Io Cuban government circles, the United Slates is being blamed for this deteriorating situation as having in'effect intervened on th<? side of the rebels by maintaining an embargo on shipment pf arms to President Fulgencjo J3atista's rnment, steady flow of .,,,.,„' smuggled from tj}e United States feeds the rubel cause. Ths fumed report today that thp balloon Small World had lander! on the Venezuelan coast near the mouth of the Orinoco River, The department sent air and land patrols to investigate, The balloon, with four Britons aboard, cast off from the, Canary islands two svepks ago in an effort to drift across the Atlantic to the British West Indies. One of Uiu pasengars was a woman. - Radio listeners have not picked up any signals from the balloon's radio for seven days. , Pinner's automobile and truck driven by William J, Bowlin., 33, of Sprlhgdalu collided at the Inter* section, Bowlin' and his brother, Gordon, 31, wcru treated at a ,Sj;rij}g'dfl]c hospital for painful lacerations, Two pedestrians were struck opd killed in Brinkloy last night. State Police said Mr, and Mrs. Sam Staten, Negroes of Brinkloy, were struck by a two-ton truck driven by Jeffrpy Hull urn, '20 also Negro of Staten WPS 7'J, his wife B2, A four-year-old JNogro, .Roosevelt Atkinson of Noith Dying" Mother Will Return to England ST, LOUIS <P) — A return to •England has tauen promised to n youngi mother dying of bl&od cancer in u hospital ward hero. 'Doctors say English-born Mrs, June Waller, 22, will die soon, Her husband, dim-ley, 23, presented joyous news to June on Christmas Day, The Military A i r Transport Service will fly June home so she nip.y reuli'/.e her most fervent wifr'h —to die on her native soil, t "I knew Cod would answer my prayers if I wailed long enough," Juno said through lips swollen by her aliment, Charley, an aircraft firm em- ploye, debt-ridden and unable to go himself because of this financial burden, said; "J'm a little happier, As soon ns 1 can get' the young boy vacci- mi led, I'll let her go, J'vv got tu lose her one way or another." Juno intends to lake her t>vo sons, Robert Glenn, 2, and Dennis Wayne, 10 months, on the piano, The departure hasn't been sot, but 'U)o coHiuianding officer of MATS, LI. Con, William H. Tun- Pi vq 'of the. six prominent Virginia -family . ,.-- ki „, Ished when flames swept''their';* $150,000 mansion In the able Windsor Par'rhs Richmond early today, . >",,-,>«-'i«j( They were Hornco A. Uray s Jr.,','V! •19,' director of the West virirlnlnWuj; Pulp &' Paper Co.; his wl . erinc, 47; two sons, Thomas,*'-.,^,, and' Poster; 13; and a dauuhterMf Susan Luc, 19; ' ( , , \<"1^tf 1ii Another 'son,' 'Horace ' A. '• Gray,i??;|| lit, 22, .,hacl left' the home**'short""' time before Iho'fire. ' "'' " '-''(*. =51' Two separate Pennsylvania', fires, each took the lives / of, ilhreo children, ' • ,."," r {*^ An early Christmns mornlngsf fire killed Hie three "children "' Mr. and Mrs, Edward Dognan,,--_, pfl Wilkes-Barre despite a desperate |^ gffort of their parents to -s'ayej^ them, The children were'-Deborah,-,;;* 4; Donald, 2;' and Edward'Jr,, -W' At the Plltaburglh ' suburb -''ol^ Brnddock, throe youngsters in th§J ~i Robert Plqtcher family diqd,' ; m ?J Jlnmes al their two-story horrie"*%; early loday, Thqy were Eddie, -7;J^ Gary, 4; and Grace,'- 2 months,'^' ty$ The 42-year-old father and an»~^» other child, Willie, 11. were crit;'M| icully burned, Mrs. Fletcher,. 30r(^S and other sons of 7'and 8,recclvji'd^-Sg less serious burns. ' L ' l}i\*4« At St, Petersburg in f \vcstcrn^',4| Pennsylvania, Paul Winger and his son, Paul Jr,, 3, • boy, r v,,, was killed, instantly w|i«n pickup truck oarccnod off stale *.'ghway 30 and overturned neat North Little Rock yesterday eft- ojrjioon. . State Police said tho truck wos driven by Joscpji Williams, '/!• Negro of North Uttlw ;ier said; ''We'll laky) wants to any time she in their flaming homo shortly* aftf i] or eating Chrislmns dinner, """* " gee's wife and four other cl in the family escaped, A ... ^ , child was asyay; \ " ' '^£,"',''$$1$ Throe 'persons were killed- oarlyjp today in a fire which swept^ tjus'^f Admiral inn, a two-slory.rwooden'^ lodging housu at Northamptpn^*' "Mass, •''--• ' ' ''^V'"'?? $*' . - June, in the four and one-half. months of her illness, 'has lost 31 pounds. She weighs about 80, Tlio 5-fQot-J inch mother is plagued by high Xevo.- and an inability lo chew solid food. She" and Charley mot in 10M when w fls ' n l' 1(1 American All Around Town By The \5fiair Staff " Christmas in tWs section ap- patently was vej-y quiet with only burglary early Christmas niorn- tQ'mar polipe records . , , pfi rgported,- 1° plpoc dis'urb,- | ?ny sort an4 no wrecks m gounty • • • despite all th,e firei going up in smoke'lo«al only one During the mpnth of gcpten»bPF the §tate Wealth Pspartment FP; ports'37 births jn, liempstead and 3? Deaths . , ., Uv« of the deatM were from cancer a,n4 two from heaj-i disease . , .-}fywar4 County 3 girths and pnly f9 u r d two frpm heart cjisease ' '" '" •-'- ' Rock. The state's first reported pc'ciclcnt during the holiday jocj "occurred n'par Harrisburg a few hours after the gnm count began We4nesday, Two persons were fatally injured When a car plunged off R 'bridge on u rural road sn.ci .smashed lo the ground 40 feet below, Killgd were Norma/ Pee JSlrod, H, the' daughter of Mr, £nd Mrs. AHpn 'jSJroel of Truman"- «n d Do| i" aid Wayne Williams, 20, son of |#r, and Mrs. Waymon -Williams ot Weona in Poinsett County. Miss j?lrod died at a jia a fev/ hours uflei* the dent and Williams died in a phis' hospital yesterday, Army stationed near Cheltenham, Gloucester, which is Juno's Iwme, They married in 195!5 and came here. Jarnes P, Duffy, the British consulate here, and Congressman Thomas Curtis, (R-Mo) asked "the military to hejp June, Home is oniy hours away now -if her strength hlods out. Arrested at Yakiino/ Weshi YAK1MA, Wash. (AP^^-A Star City, ^rk., man charged with, a variety of crimes in He4dinjs, Calif., was huW in the Yakima County jail today in lieu of $2,5,000 Mass Vaccinations for Small Pox HBlOiSLBBRB, Germany' —Mass vaccinations ' were way here today after an of smallpox in this hca city of the U,S, Army in . Nine persons, including doctors and the secrctary, clinic, arc ill wit!) Hie Two more who ?hq wed, symptoms are under ,,,,,,, AH are' Germans. Nq deaths * been reported. The disease was .--„„,-^ ,,„ many by a physician who turned here from Jndja by p,.™,. A spokesman for the y,§, 'AFQJ^ sqid no speeiu} y9<?cin^tioa\\WM planned for American |QJ4JWT' Smalljjox vaccinations - -'--••"foe military personnel, NQT 15-year Q{d gat to Church bui] on u federal chargu ot ... lul fligdt to avoid prosecution. Don K. Majors ubqut 8Q, who- was arrested in Quincy, W^sh.i, on Chvlsimits Eva, is wanted in liwl- cjing o;i charges of kklnaping, rubbery and assault will) a d,eaUly Shepard, likes cgrn -,, ».«. B.ul he's tooljile'ss. He'^eti.|9 the cob avovu\d swl}i.iej ",'1'

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