Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 16, 1958 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 16, 1958
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fill ti|M MOM if A I, M8M, ARiAMSAI Buried Under Seybeani, Dies " HlftflE. Aifc A 4 - Ifl-frraf -old frirm boy diod S^- a?fcf lit wn-s bnrird bo- aft avnlftnchc of grec-n soy- , , «„ Was Larry Mafin. sin of Mr. BUR- A FACTOR IN THE PROGRESS Of MANKIND and Mi.-; T<- - <•• M i ' Alicia. Witnesses gnve this account the accident: Larry had com- to an AliriA t With hi;! falhrr in ft truck ran infi :i l"ii'l of soybeans for si' aRt- 8 Thr' s|»iul frr-('inH I'lc br'» La» of . . , ,, , !!f-/R k-iiii! .B^tf-ikLll Pew people arc au-arc Unit much of the know-how anil technical knowledge responsible for America's mass pro- dUCtion of antibiotics WHS born in the research laboratories of the brewing industry. The brewers have also led in the improved application of refrigeration, air-conditioning, and pasteurization, Louis Pasteur's studies of beer resulted in pasteurization. Olhcr scientists, working in brewery laboratories, arc solving mysteries related to medicine, antibiotics. yeast, nutrition (beer IS a food), fermentation, and various agricultural processes. BEER- Popular lor Six Thousand Years As a Beverage of Moderation. Records of every era of civilization since 4200 li.C. indicate that beer in some form lias been an accepted beverage. The basic ingredients — grain, yeast, and water—have been combined and brewed in every kind of vessel from crude sloric bowls to Die scientifically controlled vats of the modern brewer. Americans everywhere enjoy beer, the light, bright beverage of moderation. Nsw Fords to Show Friday at Hope Auto Tin- 1050 Ford car lino. Which .ilic.'iciv has received an award at ilu- Ruissols Worlds Fnir for sty ling elegance, will KO oh display .it Kurd dealerships on Friday, Oct. IT .i o. Wright, Ford Motor Com- pnny vice president and Ford DU vision general manager, nhhoitn<5« cd today "The 1959 Ford car is new in r.incppt mid new in style," Mr. Wright said. "The 1950 styling tin me is good taste, a result of consumer demand for more eic- Riincc and dignity in automotive, stvling as opposed to untidiness or cxtromlsi..." he added. In addition to Ford engines that have boon engineered for greater fuel economy, Ford offers quality- (li-siRnod construction and a new, lighter Fordomalic transmission with 105 fewer parts than in 1958, Mr. Wright said. ••Kvery piece of body sheet met;,l in the 1950 Ford has been i-hanuod to reflect the good taste of the Thunderbird — America s most successfully styled car. The Thumlerbird's crisp, taunt lines vr given the Ford a formal uuiility and the impression of a bigger, heavier car without the addition of bulk," he said. The new cars go on display al Hope Auto Co. here on Friday. One Escapee Is Recaptured LITTLE HOCK. (AP)—One . of live Negro escapes from the Ar knnsas State Hospital IS. being held in Chicago, Dr. Granville Jonen, hospital superintendent, reported last night. The oscapee is Robert Howard, 16, of Conway County, ,1 nnes quoted juvenile t authorl ARKANSAS^ DIVISION ' UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION INC. . JJO NATIONAL OlD LINE BLDG, • LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS from the itruek into a wooden storage bin became clogged, and Larry shook it in an atempt to free'the jam. The jam broke, and the soy-, beans began cascading down on the boy. Larry tried to run, but slipped and fell. He was c.overed with the beans. , The boy was dend when his body was uncovered by bystanders a-bout 20 minutes later. tics aS saying another* feSCapee, " ' Sft Let tfiyior, 20. bf PlOrh mc.vilte, was believed 16 hav* flecorhfiahted Howard 16 Chicago, The other three who fled the hospital last Saturday nlghl aid foavc Davis, 21, of Little Rock; Eddie LoLathem. 23, of Earle, and ttandolph Dlnson, 28, of Hot Springs. All were committed to the hospital for observation after ai-resl oh crittiihal charges. Special Team Seeks Bombing Solution ATLANTA, Oa. (AP)—A special police Staff went into seclusion a* they pressed harder than ever today for a solution to the dyna* mile explosion which shattered a large portion of a Jewish temple. Reliable sources said it was understood the FBI expected to solve the case today. N. R. Johnson, in charge of the FBI office here, declined comment. The blast before dawn Sttndny was the first anti-Semitic violence in Atlanta but the lourth in tile South this year. H caused $200,000 damage to The Temple. Tho police staff directing the investigation here moved to an undisclosed site late Wednesday. Capt. J. L Moselcy said requests for information from news media had reached the point where they were interferlnn with the investigation. Two more bomb threats were made Wednesday night by telephone but nothing came of cither. Radio-TV stations WSB and WEB- TV received a call from a man who said the Atlanta Journal-Constitution building would be bombed next. Extra policemen have been on duty at the building since a similar threat was made Sunday night. WSB and WSB-TV, which is owned by ;he newspapers, said it received a second call later, apparently from the same man, who said the station also would be blown up. Five persons being held by the police were questioned by the FBI. Police said a search of the residences of two of the men turned up two letters, one of which 'threatened the Atlanta ish community. The other contained hale-mongering correspond ence from another state. Officers said the letters and a Patterson's Manager Lists Challengers By MUHRAV Associated PPSSS §p6MS WftUr NEW YOttK (APr— The heavyweight picture is Vdi-y cleaf today, al least in the eyes ot CUS •lyAmattf.^ Jnaiiagpf of World champion Ployd Pallei-sbfl. Mere is the way D'Artiato sizes it up: 1. England's Mdhry Cooper aftd Sweden's undefeated ingclttaf 3<i' hansson arc worthy chalicngdMA 2. Eddie Machcn (knocked oilt in the first round by Johansson), Zorn Policy (outpointed by Cooji) ci-) and Willie Pastrano (stopped on cuts by England's Brian Lott' don were overrated when they wore ranked i«2-3 among the contenders. (Machcn, Folley and Pas' truno are Americans! 3. But since everyone had ranked them 1-2-3 before, than these same people must concede the worthiness of Cooper and Jo« hansson 4. He will consider a title fight in London next spring or summer with Cooper but he also intends to go through with a commitment f<jr a summer title defense In Cdln- •ado Sprinis, Colo. He had prom- sod London promoter Hr.rry La- -ene that if Lcvcnc had a Worthy opponent he would go to LondoJ ind fight for him. 5. Patterson Will not fight foi nnyone remotely connected with the International Boxing Club And that's why he won't accep a big home television offer Jor a Dec. 5 fight in Madison Sauar Garden. Ned Irish, executive vice .prcsl dent of the Garden, said Wcdnes day that D'Amatp had rejected . $300.000 bid from the Nationa Broadcasting Co. on behalf of Gl' lette,' sponsors of the IBC's Fr day night fights, for a Dec. 5 fight in the. Garden. The unnamed opponent was expected to be Cuba's 'Nino Valdcs. Irish said D'Amato also had turned down five other date's in the arena statement by one of those arrested tied two other persons in custody to a group that met here last May who plotted the bombing of "The Temple HERE TOMORROW! «w brings Tlumdcrbirci glcgancc to the lo\v-piice field with /: ,... ^<-" f- *r*\i i , Vr ^~,.^,. <» >: w&- V " ! sV? These fprds you'y» got to Iryl Far left is the new Thunderbird , , , ?enler, the new Cuslom 300 Ti/dor Sedan . i i ond above, the ?-possenger Country Sedgn, »OH>|IX>I *&*,, re^t —=• i THE GOLD ut'tyl prpporiiyn |f t(i» Coanlj Ffqniflii d« ''£ jK Ibf Brujifli W9'W'l IW Stylei powered and priced fw today's driving! "J'hcrc paver was » l ; oi\l Ukc this bclorc! Its classic new des.igu was avvafded the pold Mcdul tf the iJonuti? I'ruu^i;. do i'JUcguncc ut the ^jviisels Weald's. 1'air! With new Tluuu(i.'ilHrii ,flavor \i\ cwh lively line und tas.H'i'ully uv\v 5'J Fovds uve beautifully \>\o- leguiu driving. I'wwciv perl'ounancc Mini ecpiidmy are s,crvec( •>B U> UPV? [H'epovtioni, tQO. AU itandurd 1-oiU ' fingiw^**^ or TUuu^CfbUU V'S —thrive uu )fgHtl(C( gasoline at rfg«/«r prices. I'fU stive ufj to. | e$ui$ Q-n pot'A gallon! "\l\civ\ 3 wii" uluiui- The oleganl ntv f 9 lrM? 508 T9«n yi?l?rig * femj,!i'eMti"Mit} yiunici> i!*e<l on tiwt Ict change oil at 4000 qiil^s iu46i4 of often recoinmeodeii , * .,»«?»' ! i>Te* f A;r greater .economy a»8 sftfri>' *'* * * new' Wiamond ^M*W M&d fiWiflW ihatV S<J diu^bl? you , . . ;uu! two jip>y e^ n-ajj» thut will bj-jna yfl Tlwi'i why WP wy« NEW, Uio higU vaUV llriv?, I Y-B-jU a, jififiS- «p fa a»& p| ty% " ~.**&1 Wtt e<wnoi«y team ywwiUe new ew P( ynu J^» P OWEN S SUNK __« DAYS STARTS FRIDAY MORNING YOU SAVE FROM 12c TO $4.12 ^^ . ti •• •""--"*"= ON EVERY PURCHASE LADIES SUITS and COATS A l| Wool — Volucl »o 19.»5 $15.88 LADIES FLATS CASUAL SHOES Hundreds to Choose From Values to 6.95 $2.88-$3.88 BIG NIW SUPPLY LADIES DRESSES In Jr., Reg,, Half Sites Values to 11.95 $6.88 Ladies Broadcloth BLOUSES Reg. 1.59 Value 98c BIG CANNON 59c Value DOUBLE CHENILLE BED SPREADS 4.95 Value 5% WOOL DOUBLE BLANKETS 4.95 Value FAIRICSJor DESIGNING WOMEN NEW PIECE GOODS THOUSAND OF YARDS IN COTTONS, POLISHED AND FANCY PATTERNS Group 1 4 YARDS . Group 2 2 YARDS. •"tADIES'RXYSN PANTIES 49c Value 4 P, 88c LADIES-XXX ' PANTIES 98c Value 2 Pr 88c BEST FORM PADDED OR STITCHED BRAS 88c CHILDREN'S 29c TRAINING PANTS 6 88c BIG 3.95 DOUBLE COTTON* BLANKETS 2.98 LADIES CANNON NYLON HOSE 98c, Value _ • 2 P, 98c BIRDSEYE DIAPERS 2.69 Value 1.98 •^••i"—i LADIES DRESS HATS 5,95 - 8',95 Values 1.98T.3'.98 FIRST QUALITY CORDUROY MATERIALS 1,59 Value , Men'* SPORT SHIRTS Values to 5,95 ' ni !»,,

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