Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 15, 1958 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 15, 1958
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, October IS, 19SI MOM If Alf H5M, ARKANSAS nnd Ktauty in COMPLETELY RESTYLED CHEVY Chevrolet .again offers the pofjiilflr Del Ait- series iH I9o9< This model maintains its repti> taiion for stylish interiors and appointments, with incr*a4Mlj$)M»ger room atid additional Visibility irt^fwffe'ttWtJoUtid'Clirvod windshields and larger, f car r wiH«}6*s. New grille and lowered headlamps accent the frotit end. Itolh niul four-door sedans incorporate (he venture, some new design features, plus improved brake*, suspension system and handling idvanceincntur J All 1959 Clicvrolots feature * ncw<«erj>He ' laeqtier finish siiid to retain brightness for years. Show New Autos Thurs. tion, along witTvnropersieTy, comfort and performance, was . announ* ced today for 'the 1959 Chevrolet •passenger car line. The cars, which will ibc displayed at nationwide dealer showings on Thursday, Oct. 1C,; v: represent one of the most imaginative designs ever to come from the .automobile industry. In shape, a/idun detail, the new styling reflects;, the influence , of a space conscious age. Lines sweep rearward in a virtually level plane. Tops are flatter and visibility is dramatically increased. ^Appreciably lower, the overall appearance of flectness is further conveyed toy an adroitly sculptured frontal area. At the rear, horizontal wings branch out from the center of the deck in a simulation of- mobility that might have 'been conceived on the sands of Cape Canaveral. The new cars can be seen Thursday at Young Chevrolet Co. here. Pink Boll Worms Spread> iriT State LITTLE BOCK (AP)— Pink boll- Worms were fond In two Central Arkansas counties—Faulkner and While — over the ' Weekend. The discovery caused concern by federal and state officials who are trying to control the destructive pest, The worms were in trash taken from cotton gins at Conway and El Paso, the latter in White County. Neither county is in the 29-cottn- ty quarantine area of southwest, and west central Arkansas Previously the pink bollworm had turned up in eight counties in_- slde the quarantine area. Federal and state spokesmen said additional funds and equipment would :be sought to aid in controlling the pest. BUGS WANTED NORMAN, Okla. (/P) — Park Supt. Jim Clary said he gets odd requests frequently, but a recent one- stumped him. The School of Tropical Medicine, Loma Linda, Calif., asked him for a shipment, of bed bugs. For Safety — For Silence — We Install *»*..-,, ' , , International Parts Mufflers • All Welded Construction • "Silikote" Protection • Guaranteed for Life of Car • No Installation Charge " ',#' Hwy. 67 West Hope, Ark, Phone 7-2786 Likes Planes But They'Still Bother Him By SAUL PETT • For Hal Boyle • NEW YORK CAP)— I like airplanes but: I don't like the noise, the vibra tion, the sunse of constantly rush ing and of course, the sense of nothing between you . and -the ground. As far as I can.',tell, man has gained nothing from {he ago of flight except, the ability to go some place he can't ''afford. You can now get-from here to there in half the,time it takes to claim your luggage. Airplanes can be uncomfortable. For example: I can never seem to find the little ash tray on the end of the arm rest. I always seem to grind out my cigarct on my knee. I think the trays and-the silver ware and packets of salt and pepper and salad dressing they serve on airplanes are awfully cute, and my kids have enjoyed them for' a long time. But I think the meals served on most airplanes* arc overly ambitious, overly cooked • and overrated. Why, when meals have to be cooked many hpurs in advance, why do so many, airlines insist on serving steak ^The steak js so leathery it ought to'have a Baggage check on it. I find the stewardcsses,'charnv ing and efficient and s'olicitous, like hospital nurses 'wheeling you up to surgery. Instead of thege .•Florence . Nightingales. , .1 .would prefer the old type of railroad con ductor who collected your ticket with a snarl, consulted a huge old v,' thanks to Woodmen of the World's QUAI.ANT1TY SAVINGS;- the~ne\y rate structure that lowers the rate per thousand considerably , as, the amount- of protection increases, you can own safe, sound, legal reserye, quality life insurance protection for only pennies a day, Chepjc' t<? sep how little it will cost you "to give your family payable immediately on your death, on * terjnpjan; f a pe<»eii jt«f r ||a»4 it yau uged Jf?f vsttf limlift No Ptrmliiioit If Nttdtd lor Driva-in LIW1»B RdeU UPJ - The *\ general's" bftldS says ihe BaRk of Jenesboro Woti'l to gtl approval of the stale feafik doffirhtssioB to erect a drive !h wihdow lifiked tU the <bahk by a luhnel The dMVfi'lR wihdow is Ah efcleri stoh of trie" bahk nttd hoi a bfahcl) ;:.__. Asst, Ally, Geh. till! J baVIs ruled yesterday*, the bahk asked fpf the opinion^ before slaHiftB work' ofi the dHVc in installation. In thd lablis of measures, n tfoy (a wol-d seldom used ih modern times) is one pound of twelve \valeh drawn from bis blue scrga Vest, ahd theh, Without a Word, i-e» tfcaled to the batfk of the cnr to read Somebody else's newspapers. 1 doh't find the ahhoimcorncr% made over the PA system bytKe pilot informative, intei-cstlng, - or fcassuriJig because 1 can rarely icar them ovcf the static Besides, he's always announcing Chalio- noga on our left' when I'm on the Hght. And why Is it that the pilot al- wavs sounds like that old Al-ma- geddon voice of Hie "March of Time" man when he starts: "Now don't got alarmd. We arc about to switch engines into a higher speed label* It wil. Isccm of a second or two Wkc the engines ore stopping, but. . ." 1 Until then I wasn't .rilarinetl. Why doesn't the big mouth, tend to his knitting and keep quiet Least of all am I reassured when I buy air insurance at, otic of those little counters they havjo at airports. After pressing me lol- details .on amount 'of coverage, next of kin and beneficiary, the lady then wishes me, in tones of a mortuary: "A pleasant, sate flight." Somehow I always suspect her. interest 'is more- commercial than personal. Col, Tim McCoy Here Friday Col. McCoy COMING to Hope Friday night as-a feature of the Carson and Barnes Circus Is Col. Tim McCoy, Westarlv and TV star. He will appear in person st each performance.' The Circus will show at Fair park, with afternoon and night performances- at 3 and 8 p. in, under the auspices of the Third 'District Livestock Show, Jonesboro Seeks Air Transportation WASHINGTON (Af'l -* Spokesmen for Joncftbnrtt, Ark. r totlny lold (he Civil AerortnliUCS Boill-d Ihnt nir IrnnsporlnltOli IS needed between Jimosboro, Liltle $aek mid SI Louis. itatiosboro buslnesmeri testlflnd bc-fnre CAIi examiner itosoph L. Fitzihiutrlce ns the Washington plinsc ot hearings It) tho Okln' huma-Kansas locttl hfr service cnse. Tho ease Involves pt-opoSais of scvurnl air linns tor extension of some routes in Oklahomn nnd Knnsns nnd parts of-'. • fldjol'njiig states, for revision of some pres- onl routes and for new slops. Most of the witnesses from thu nren's cities testified nt hearings held by the examiner In the field lust summer, The nlrllnes will present their testimony Inter, Nenl Thayer, manager of the Jonesboro Wntcr and Light Plant nnd airport manager, srild there is n need for scheduled Johns* boro-Llllle Hoek'Sl, Louis service. He noted that! Trans-Texas Air- wnys proposes to extend its voule from Little Hock to St. Louis mid to include Jonesboro as a Stop. Thayor testified that eonsdlor- nblu time Is required to travel by automobile or other methods of transportation to Memphis airport, Jle nddcd that the growing economy of tho Jonesboro areii makes tilr transportation ' i\n Increasing necessity. Jle expressed belief the community would be willing to waive airport rental fees while operations got sin rted J. C. Deacon, president of the Jonesboro Chamber of Commerce, estimated that at least 0,000 passengers u year would use commercial air service between Jones- bnro, Lilllc Hock and St. Louis. Harry W. Alborstein, St. Lo.uis shoe manufacturer whose firm has a factory in Jonesboro, said : he believes a large portion of some Education Boar<r, fd Diieusf Budfit of' fidttcaltoft ..._. r .. slort today Id cofiSitief" afl ^§ ffillv ,- iiofl dollar bttdgel for the ft«Sl,lwa,'3 ycnrs. " . "''f >l '>, f" I The budgt'l CrtifS tofH fnillldft t| dollni-s for each Jrear, IHellldltttf f 4 fuhds for public sehools; *lh6 'Af» '- ; -| kniiSBs Library CornmlssitfrY flhd _ -| Hits fcnchor ketlrcmchl Syslerrl. ''-' <• 2,400 trips it year madd 'by pef«, ,^ sohs IH Connection with Ihd shptJV'J business in the area,, wotlld^ be y^? made by piano undor proposed '-'I Schedules, lid hdelcd .lhflt-.«fl BOH" ,!% sltlei-nblc qunnllly of goods '- '""• shipped by nlr cnrgo. Arkansas Democrat, Phone . , , 7-6704 ' MRS. D. P. (JOE) HAftPER '• •— Distributor -»«..} 410 W, 6th 9t. Hope, Ark. GIRLS- NEW FIESTA COLD WAVES $8.50 Guaranteed l MARTHA'S" BEAUTY SHOP Behind Chlldt • Phone 7-4014 220 9, Shover FRAN'S TAP-BALLET-BALLROOM 4 . •' ACROBATIC-BATON" Special Classes for Tiny TotsLr. PR 7-4335, -.' "/•' Tomorrotv ... a// America sees the one that's truly new! f I Like all '59 Chevies, tho Impute Sport Sedan IMS Safely Vfate Clap? all around, * ', » what America wants, America, gets in a Chevyl Jl's $litijwd IQ llie iwiv Anwriwin laslo iviUi # luau, dmti silltujwUa, criajt new bemiLiJitlly'rostraiiwd civcvii-te, \{, brings yim nwi'o sjuwionsiioss and Minfurl a now Jiody^by Fisher, H lius u briglit tww slwon^u now kind of finish Uiut Us luster witliQiit ivuxiiigj'ar njn U) tliroo yours, Now bigger brakes, Vast now arous o/ visibility, t New Ifi'Thrij't 6, Now handling oaso und mud stoadinoss, It's riglit dQwn, IQ tlio tiros!]. ll - "I . Never- before has an flutomobjle niarmfac- made sueh sweeping changes two . ifl a row, And never- before has any far heen new like this one, The 1959 Chevrolet is niore than a re- ity(e4 car—more, even, ihan a completely » new gar. It's vow kjncj of car. Shaped to reward your »ew taste 5n style with a' Slimline clesjgn that brings en* jjew pQise «n4 proportion to autot the new andi room" ier gody by Fisher you'll flni truly tasteful elegance. And you'll have clear seeing ft'onv every seat, The new Yista»Pano» j'uplip' windshield curves overhoac}—?iad thq'e ^re new biggur windows, too, When you take the wheel, you find Chevy's .newness goes down deep. A new steering j'atjo snakes handling easier. |s r ew suspension engineering gives you a more stable ride. There's a sweet new edition, pf T/mtoglide*. A new '|{I,TJmtt 6 that goes and goes on a gallon, Yjm-packed .yS's.- New and bigger brakes, 15veil "iougjier, safer Tyrex cord tires, Tliere'g sti|l more! A new finish that keeps j(.s shine without waging or polishing fpr up to three years, New |mpala. models, New wagonss—including one wth " a J J'gar»fAwing rear seat, A«4. with -^Jl th-atls-new, you'll find tho^p fine Cjievror virtues pf economy and practicality, IBtop jn flow and see the '59 CJjevrfl]ej; }

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