Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 29, 1958 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 29, 1958
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MOM STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS < 1959 Ntws Br/efe Ark fAP) — A fnari fobbed the Landers fiear here of $11!) Intt- yep'"' ICfclfiy, then robbed residents of IHfc area of a lolal of four fire .... 'Shol-tiy afterword Hun 1,00 Hnl!. "62 ( Who hits bt't-n llvinj! In Hie ¥Hlfriaht1 nron. 'VMS riiioslpcl ntul on nh opefi chafftg. Chlpf STifcrifl ftaj> Holrhei Said the cash and the weapons worn recovered. The robber for ct d Chnrlei Cuopor. i-lor at the store, to give np (ho coiilonts of the tush i-t»- Sister Tun guns wore Inki-n from Hit luinif of W ./ Jnrrell. whore the robin i .•!(•<-•< steel the five ,'arrMl childfcft ift tfil? a&£f&ft£hed thl h&use Ifefn geh&ol. hu*iS6li Crorhwell ahd J. M. White were i-obbet) of other jfuni at their homes E. M. SPECIAL PURCHASE PHP '•-~ : ~'" > - rv/i\ THURS. - FRI. - SAT. SKIMMER FLATS Black & While Saddle Oxford^ Black Suede Black Leather Sizes 4 to 10 AA to C THE NEWEST FASHION RAGE, WORTH MUCH MORE, HURRY, GET YOURS RIGHT AWAY. FOSTER'S FAMILY SHOE STORE 'Whore Good Shoes arc Fitted Correctly" 113 E, 2nd Corbin Foster Phono 7-2700 LITTLE noctf (Ai>> — Engineers here 1 plan to open Dec. 2 for lanclscnpihg work ICtihlitnd Air force Oasci ni'iii, Ln. Advance nofico (o bidders ealJs lor lurnishing ah<i planting about 900 InrKo trees, TaO small irt't-s, 2.000 shrubs and other work in a four-rnohth period. NEVVPOHT, Ark. IAIM-A six« yen!- old girl WHS injured fabilly todny when n car struck licr on a highway in front of her honiu at nearby Waldenburg. Annette McDaniel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernle MeDaniel, oied (it a Ncw|>orl hospital .several hours after the aceidenl. State Trooper Robert Cooper said the child had Rone to hpf school, just across Slate Highway 14 from her home, and suddenly i an back toward the house. The driver of the nuto w.is idcntl- iiod as Millard Sullins. 57, of Hickory Ridge SWIin'ON, Ark. tAPi—Burglars who broke into the Southland Chevrolet Co. last nighl couldn't gel the safe open. But they stole a station wagon owned by forme.' major league baseball star George Kell. Stato Police Sgl. Bill Head said the thieves forced open -\ window, ransacked desk drawers and attempted to open the safe. He snid the safe was damaged :but the lock held. Finding nothing of value in the company office, the intruders wm\> into an adjoining shop. Kell's vo- hide, which had been in (or impairs, was gassed up and ready to go. The burglars got in it and wont. LON.DON (AP) — Queen Eli/.a- •beth IJ opened a new session of Britain's* ancient Parliament from her golden throne in the House of Lords today. It was a ceremony full of the pomp and pageantry carried over from the Middle Ages, but this one had TV. For the first time, the rites wore thrown open to television cameras. Millions of viewers all over Britain and most of Western Europe watched. The formaIItics were highlighted by the reading of the Queen's speech, a document written for the monarch by the elected government. It ranged lightly over almost every aspect of the .government's program for the . 105H-59 legislative year. NICOSIA. Cyprus (AP) — The leader of tho Greek Cypriot underground war against tho British declared in a holiday statement today the Greek C.vpriot'. slogan from now on will be* "Freedom or Holocaust." Ex - Col. George T. Grifas, EOKA's chieftain, issued the declaration in leaflets as islanders of Greek blood observed the anniversary of "No" 'Dn.v — the day •18 years ago when Greece rejected Mussolini's ultimatum anjl joined the Allies. Grivas said "no" is now the answer 19 Britain, MOSCOW (AP)— Pravda todav announced the death of Vladimir V Lukynnov, secretary ul the Communist party's Control Committee and a member of its inv •porUmt control auditing commission. He was 57. American Ambassador to the "World , , , RESJSTOL -« , K f o hqt ha* acJiis Hngui?hed ifyle fey j?ejl«tpl, It i? gi) AmgrtSfiQ Yan.k?es around 4he §!?)?? Qr 1 ?) l?nt fl| gtflf fe fYtrywh?re, Wg q<;ce|?| # sij T iygl£S" hesjpiio'i'y* '* thi| g)ij* Weffl fey ,',%•• •IWftjffH^J ^ ^ j*" »¥*»««!•»«*» 4 * * £-•&• The Ladies will hove complete charge of the store. Mrs. Roy Yoeom is Acting Manager ond Mrs. C. P. Munn is Assistant Manager. USE OUR EASY LAY A WAY Sole Begin* Thursdoy, October 30, ond ends Saturday, November 8th, Nine Bargain Packed Days, Ladies this is a Sale you don't want to miss, LADIES' NYLON SLIPS Sizes 32 to 44 Colors White, Pink First Quality Special Purchase FANCY LADIES PANTIES 2 Bar Acetate Tricot Sizes 5 to 10 Assorted Colors Nylon Lace Trim Pair t»l-»Wf* B>W UMBRELLAS • Several- Styles • Beautiful Colors • Limited Quantity ' • Special Purchase, CANNON PERCALE SHEETS Size 81x108 No. 1 Seconds Combspun White & Colors .99 LADIES DAY SALE TAI/f CT! CAKt SEi 2 PC. Set Aluminum Cover Glass Plate IRONING BOARD PAD and COVER SET Silicone Cover Knitted Cotton Pod Scorch Resistant Moisture Resistant Set LADIES DAY SALE -• c CAN-CAN SLIPS 100% Nylon 75 Yd. Sweep Blue, White, Red, Pink i Sizes S - M - L LADIES DAY SALE SEAMLESS HOSE New Fall Shades First Quality Lanolin Treated SALi FALL FABRICS Crease Resistant CQttons Broadcloth — Prints 1500 yds, tCie 0 From to LADIES PAY SALE S4 inches wide - 5QO .Yds, to .Choose Assptfed Patterns - Colors VdluestcZfSperygrd,

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