Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 30, 1958 · Page 12
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 12

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1958
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HOP I STAt, M'dM, ARKANSAS Thtmtlay, » 193J BONUS BOYS PRICES GOOD PRIDAY and SATURDAY NING 3 • 69c MRS, TUCKERS FOLdEftS Lb. 79c 3 °" 1.17 BELLE MEADE THIN Lb. A-l TOILET 4 «"" 25c GODCHAL/X Lbs. 99c FULL CREAM or WHITE GOOSE 25 Lt 1.69 ..,. 3.38 FRESH PRODUCE Lb. 5c TEXAS CANADA DRY DRINKS MIXED FLAVORS CLOSE OUT PRICE Oh Bll. lOc iANS PINTO 5 ft 50c PUFFIN — BISQUICK Can lOc FROZEN FOODS SOUTHERN ROLLS 'GRAPE JUICE o Pkg. Cans 'SCHREIPERS MEATS Lb, Box .DECKERS PURE PORK SPICEP Lb, 45c iHAt-F or WHOLi CUREp NO CENTER CUTS REMQYSP 55c Lb, 35c CUDAHY PURITAN GRADE A Little Hope for Agreement on Disarming By J6HN M. HIOHfoWER WAStltMOTON lAPi-US. offi' rinls saw Ilitlo iMpr* liviny fni- nhy fnrl.v ngrcecnctil between (he S<»- vlel Union and HIP Wf«l(-rn pow- ors fill' n slnrt nn clisarmnment in Uip nuclcnr nt'p. They blntiip the clnrkcnm^ pros' ppct on ovidpfioos (lint HIP Snvlfi Union i-i following a Bi'nornlly touulicr lino in its n-h-tions With 1hp \VPR(. Secretary of Stntc Dulles snys Ihi.s mny bp duo in snmp clpgrpp to n possible realization among Soviet leaders Unit despite remarkable scientific achievements flip Swift Union IF still behind Iho United SUites in the nuelenr weapons race in important respects. Two negotiations are Imminent. On Friday the United Sfutp"<?. 'Britain and the Soviet Union will open diplomatic" talks at Geneva on a possible btm on nuclonr weapons testing, to be backed up by n worldwide International inspection system to prevent Violations. Ten days Inter panels of Communist state and Western experts will stnrl discussions on thp technical problems involved In preventing surprise attack — such things as ground and aerial inspection systems which would bo cnpuble of discovering concentrations of troops and weapons in advance of a massivi*. assault. President Eisenhower had proposed last summer Hint beginning with the opening of the Geneva nuclear test talks the world's atomic powers — the United States, Britain and the Soviet Union — should suspend tests for a year bcginninp Oct. 31. If. progress on inspection installations was made during that year the suspension would be renewed. In New York Monday night. ;f Soviet spokesman told the United Nations that his government would not agree to the one-year test suspenfion. The proposal was attacked ngnin Tuesday, with the Soviet Union renewing a call for immediate, unconditional agreement to end testing. The Soviet Union Itself had announced a hall in testing las? March, but resumed testing in September after the United States and Britain carried out planned test serins in the summer. Dulles told a news conference Tuesday thril if the Soviets continue testing after Friday, tho United .States will make plans to resume experimental explosions although tho Geneva negotiations will continue. Soviet rejection of the suspension proposal; he said, "dims the chances of success" at the Geneva nuclear talks. Similarly, ho declared that the Soviet attitude on tliiS> isSiie also casts doubt upon the success* of tho scheduled alks on ways of preventing surprise at tack. Finds Hypnotism Helns Business CINCINNATI (API— Sometimes it even takes hypnotism to run big business. JS.xtcutives of the Kroger Co., a largo Midwest grocery chain, foupd this out recently when they tried to complete the purchase of a Dallas, Tex., chain, A problem cropped up — a stock certificate worth roughly $100.000 was missing. The paper was essential for Krogcr's purchase of the Texas cJinin. Jacob Davis, Kroger vice president, told how a hypnotist helped track down the missing paper and ,<nvc an executive $3,500, to boo*: Jack Evans, vice president of Wyntt Food Stores of Pallf.s, found ho had misplaced the stock certificate, probably three years ago. JSvans, having no luck with his own memory, met hypnotist Fran?. Pulgar neid' Dallas, and asked him to help. In a (rqnce, Evans snid the certificate WPS wrapped around his will in n safety deposit box. A quick chqcH showed this was true. Tho sole was completed, and Evans was saved from paying §3,500 for posting an indemnity bond. Ugal Notice No, 813? In the Chsinceyy Court of Hampstgad Cowty, Ai'H, PETTY J. 5, JOHNSQN-- Plaintiff vs. WARMINS 9RBIR The defendant, pp^BERT JOHNSOIf is \yEU-ned to appear this coiivt within thirty days and Answer the fomplpint of ttje « t B|3TTV J. S- JOin. Witness my hand and the segj o{ id court this S'h. ^ay pf Oeto^er J9S8, ' e ,G}ovl\, " R. knvHei^ae.h. £• P. i \y. s. 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