Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 30, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1958
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Pa§e Twa MOM STAR, MOM, A ft K A N S A I 30,19S§ Interesting Where They Hide the Mike by VfeRNON SCOtT DPI Hollywood Correspondent thr liny ttonder wht-rr ihr> micmphnne flfo hidden u'lic-11 Ed Mm row in Vnrles n crlrbrily's homo foi his cozj' "Person In Prison' inter- Vie*' s. Fehiihinp gup*!-; l-rtike into their , M'nle pnttieipants tuck the wop gadget beneath their nochtip Actually, Mumw's luminnrics hrc walking rnclio slntions. In nd- dilioii to the microphone, they lug around small powrr p.icks ahd a miniature transmitter, thus elitniiinting etitnfigliMf< wuc aini hanrt-fnrriftl irtikf 1 , Thr> equipment posr? rirt problem frr men who worn the t'lcc Ironic KITU fmnirid th"i rwaist nn s|)«ial holts But tht; situation '•< mi-timr«. cro*<? crnbnrra^sirr^, fur the li-clics. p?necinlly when Ihry it- u'caiint! fnifn-f 1 t t i n fj |?MWIl r To prevent Ihfir .1fl-2r>-r!n fli-flio? fn>m bulging ti> 3(i-3f> ,",G, tho jiiiiMviur girls — find n few inn- Irons, too — attach the equipment In their thlc'hs. Loves Wiring Job Nn wonder, llief), pome of Murrow's inlorvir'Wers fippear unconi- fortfiHo. The man In chniRe of wiring Hollywood guys ntiti unl.s for the CRSTV shew is Slevi.- Weiss— i nrl he loves his work. ' I've had to strap the batteries find things on people like Jane Jlussell. Sophia t /iiv-n. Rhonda Fleming, lllnnh Shore, Ginger HoRcrs and Ann Misrin Albcr- ghetli." soys W'-iss, n youngish The family of A, H. Boswell wish to take this opportunity to thank their many friends and neighbors for the sympathy and kindness shown during their recent bereavement A. H. Boswell Family ' rrmn In (he nf'woil; < rgineei \n<! a< p irfrtifnt "Hy nlr tiirif it rnn be a pretty i touchy Job The people sic tired land upset from haung our crew i arnnnd the house l"i 12 hours sol- Hni? things tip. "nul we've never broken nny- IhmK. and \vo siK'.ns clean tip nflorwnrd. Wp arrive on the mnrnlnt; of the show, about 50 of us. to ndjust the lights, fix trti \Vlring, and move !he f'irniture around. Friendly and Cop-pi-atlva "Von Rpf io know !hn stars pretty well in thai length of lime, and I've found them all friendIv atvl roopnrnlive. Som^limes the girls »et jumpy when 1 start strapping on the «-oimd efinipmpnf ''So far ei-cryUiinr> has ;-ud Hinonthly. No aecMptits." Rven Murtviw's unruffled pot.sp would be undone, and his ciga- retle quickly fnuffinl if n yhort- eircuit prompted one of his guosts fo perform ;>n unsehetlutrd adagio during a discussion of tho Imiiso- holder's collection of nntiaue chi' I nan-are. j Weiss says he eonronlrntcS so 1 elnsely on providing HIP best i sound Conditions poss'ble (hat IIK doesn't pay much attention to th..> I'irls he's working on. "Nfol that it mattery." he ndd- id. "but my wife, Rosemary, Isn't the slightest bit jenlons." Flood control of the Mississippi iind it.e. tributaries In Arkansas is n nnllonnl problem, which claims the; attention of the entire N tit ion boonusu this great river carries drnlnngc' ot 32 stale. U.S. Suicide Patrol Is Suggested By FRANK AP Scifthc* WHter ST LOtJIS i APi— A nationwide "suicidp control" system was proposed today by a public health specialist. Dr Edward Press of r7eW York. dliettor of field service 0 for the Ampi'ldan PtJblic Heallii Assh., suggested: 1. lUslabllshmcht of a kind of "suicide control center" in every community of substantial size 1 . The around - the - clock center would receive reports of all at- tompled suieifies in the area, Tt would promptly initiate a system aimed at preventing a further attempt in a fiven case — a system involving various local govern' merit agencies. 2. Establishment of a nationwide network of state and local "societies for the prevention of suicides." These would operate something like present organizations aimed at the control and prevention of such conditions as cerebral palsy, deafness and blindness Dr. Press outlined his suggestion at the Both annual meeting of the APHA. Under his idea, any person attempting suicide would be transferred, after receiving physical treatment, to Ihe psychiatric divi- U.S, Likely fo Keep Up Nuclear Te§t§ (APi — The United States will be ready to resume nuclear weapon testing «-il!|. in a short time if the Russians do not halt their own tests Friday. This ae.surnncc came from Chairman John A. Mcdone of (tic Atomic Energy Commission today — 48 hours before the scheduled stait of I/ S -Soviet talks in dcne- va on the question of hailing all atomic weapon testing. Russia has rejected U.is. pro* posals for an agreement to stis* ptnd tests for a year while efforts r.re made to negotiate A permanent ban. The United States has made it plain it will call off its cwn tests Oct. 31 if the Soviets stop testing at the same time without a formal agreement. McCone, meeting! newsmen for the first lime since taking office IPS! June, did not indicate exactly how soon U.S. testing could start up again but he did say: "It would no! be long " Births recorded by the State Health Department in 1.03(5 numbered 42.898. Deaths recofled for that same year amounted to a total of 15.79.1 sion of a hospital and kept under constant surveillance tor at least 48 hours. Once the patient were returned to his home, follow-up visits, aimed at rehabilitation would bo the responsibility of the local health department. RQORWAY The DOORIYIAN ... a new Bracket ModerGaslite,., combines beauty with practicability^ and is designed, specifically for creating an inviting atmosphere to doorways, patios and, porches, ACCENT the focal point of your hom@pr business with a DQQRMAN,QnJy $25 FORGH Eash, InstaJJfd, PATIO • Other 6^^ilf'C*$5; CabJIdo/ $30; FJalr, $36; Heritage Installation-include p©st and up t© 10 feet ef e©pp§r tvblng. Mantles ,.-Pay'f^rGaslItes on your gas'bill, . ' „ '- - >. OUTDOOR tlGHTING , , , INSTAUW ,$ Prices Good Friday and Saturday at Barry's Grocery and Barry's Quick Sak Fresh Dressed - Grade A c Ib AKS ROAST ROAST CHOPS » GRADE BACON MIX SAUSAGE GOOD TENDER BONELESS BABY BEE GOOD LEAN LB. LB, LB. LB. 55c 49c 49c 59c DECKERS IOWANA TOP GRADE TRAY PACKED LB. COUNTRY STYLE 59c 4 LBS 1. BRISKET STEW CELLO BAG 1.00 WEINERS 3 Lb 89c BETTY CROCKER MIXES ALL FLAVORS 4 Boxes WILSON'S CAN — NO BEANS REGULAR 303 CAN 3 - 1. MAXWELL HOUSE Lb. NINO KINBELL'S Can 3 Cans LIBBY'S — LARGE 2J SIZE IN HEAVY SYRUP 3 For NABISCO Lb, Box GOLD MEDAL ' FLOUR 1 0 -• . . LARGE JUMBO 89c EGGS Doz 59c VANILLA WAFERS - / ' ' ' ' °, i , " -,* •;>-» '^'n-.'jrjlVji't «*?r!ff-'l~i.t£l"- > M&'' FRESH FRUiTsSr^™ Reg, 39c Volue SALE PRICE UARGE SUNKIST LEMONS STATE MNCY JONATHAN CARROTS

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