Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 3, 1958 · Page 2
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November 3, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, November 3, 1958
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MOM ITAI f MOM, AIRANSAl 3, Man Finally Captures Thot Bear MKMPHIR i< • u > v, Marry \Vuiff <-.n ,1 b u M. crositiivo M Mm" ' fi > i IM> 1 rage, lie (hum ii i > ,n i flog But win n the i ?,oo. Xirt on 1 \ c si'~'l 'he 410 pound . \\]IK .') w:>s hauled off to 0 7.7,<>n iiffiruils said the anirruil tmt <-M-a|n-d liom there. Youth Pells Hawk With a Hammer rlimbinr :\ ''*• \\ "I •< • ii «-ns n bear Mr ,,!>,.',, ;,nd UK! niK'Aflll .AP'-A l.r.y IhtTW n 5>0y [broken hnrnnu-i nt n big bird '•rile b, M ii i i. ,' •',. ioof of''\liitli (i,did -iomr to feet n-bove Wulff's h,'.,-, « , M ', ., iiu if,-(l '"IIP ,i- IH i.l.ivrfl ir. n uicanl lot his JHII ••,'!• 'i .,<i,] h..,,c ^unrlnv ,ihrt -c-orrd a bull's eye. Filially n /».• \\nikcr. .lohn An- The bud. n hawk, fell to tin' for fliose Who "Care Enough te Send the Very Best" CHRISTMAS CARDS imprinted witli your Our new II a 11 mark Christmas Albums contain a complete selection ol clis tinciive greetings to please every lasle ami budget. Your friends will appreciate your lliougMfutness "When you caro enough »o sent) the wcry best." DRUGGIST SERVICE, QUALITY, COURTESY PHONE 7-2292 102 W. SECOND 4 <• -J A ,- f , insist on STAUFFER THE ONLY HOME PLAN BACKED BY 20 YEARS OF REDUCING SUCCESS '' •& The Stauffer wlnclple las helped more than 5 million womerj remake their figures. It's a -complete . figi/re-beautfying plan of effortless exercise and calorie reduction. Staiiffer's "Magic Couch"— the Posture- Rest® unit-provides controlled rhythmic motion.. Helps take off excess weight, remove tin- wanted inches. No starvation diets. No strenuous exer« fOR A COURTESY HOME DEMONSTRATION UN 2-3773 STAUFFER HOME PLAN, DEPT, J5Q8 North West Ave., El Dorado, Ark, I would like mare information about the Stauffer Home ing Plan without obligation, Name Address City -Phone. -State. EVERYTHING UNTIL NEXT WEEK,,, Then see the one new car that's new in concept Parks on a postage stamp Turns on a dime Looks like a lady Flies like a bird Runs on pin money And costs, Jess to U.S., Allies Agreed on Talk Strategy §y J5HN M. HiOHTOWER WASIttNOTON iAPi-Tii.' l.'iil!- 0(1 Stoles and Allied tuition- Iniv ajfrec-d on strntegy fnr Ihnr In Iks With thr. Soviet tjninn dii hnw to nvoicl surprisv military ;ilt.icK. c The conferenee slurls in Oonc-vn nr?xt week. Tho Western plan stresses t.ia'. DIP military exports find .inen- tists .should first cnncenlmte oil studying wonpons cnpiihihly rinrl pt'evetitivo rnpfisurrs. Only later would the gical powers trtrkle rlis|>utprl (inliticnl issu"S. i r s where :intl hnw /mcs cT inspeellon should he cn;ilc><l. The VVestorn appcojifh nppe«n* !o be the exact o|iptmle of t.'inl chnrted by the Soviet Union. The neg<<tintinn. thei-fforo. \>:I1 stnrt iff with the snnie dim t-linliocs for success as the euncnt Knst- West talks on ending nucle.ir ! I weapons testing. The urprise-nttneU Me!'r.lijit!nn:5 Him to prevent the opportunity Tor ny big power to oreanue nnd Inuncli in cnmplelo sccreey a surprise mililnry blow clrslunecl to achieve victory in the fir.-U hours of win 1 . Both the Soviet t.'ninn ami the United States in past years have accepted the validity of this !clen. The Weslcrn oxnerts snv 1hls requires first of all an analysts of the cnoacity whicn the ftreat powers wil lhave over the next few years in intercontinental missiles, manned bombers, sub marine-launched rockets and simtku" devices capable of surprise atomic bombardment of another conn try. l.f military scientists could agree on the destructive potential of the great powers, according to the. Western view, they should then be able successfully to ana- Ivze the problems of preventing Hint mass destruction weapons from being used with surprise They would desgn a system of ground and aerial inspection teams which In theory, r.t least, would keep Inks on military developments on both sides of the Iron Curtain. The Soviet approach to this problem Is that the experts should tcckle. at. the outset questions of specific zones such as a Communist proposed inspection and nuclear-free '/.one in Eastern Europe Body of Man Is Found in River MOWRTLTON, Ark. (API — The body of n Kansas man was found ^aturday in the Arkansas, River f.er.r Stony Point. ^_ j ',^-'^'' State Trooper Ervin Youi-iV'said the body 'had been identified as that of James Franklin Cook; '49, r.n Ellinwood. Kan., farmer. Information here was that .Cook was on a canoe trip down the Arkansas River. A water-logged canoe, believed to have been his, was found in the river last week. Cook was a native of Tyler, Tex. fie had lived at Ellinwood about tw.o years. Survivors include his mother Mrs, Lola Cook of Tyler, three brothers and four sisters. The bodv was sent to Tyler y- funeral and burial. Trurk-Co 1 - Accident Fata! to Man MAGNOLIA, Ark. (AP) — Roy Warren Hall, 30, of Baton RoiiGo. La., d'ed at a Mpinolia hospital yesterday several hours after an jHito-tnick collision on U.S. Highway 79, about one mils south of nearbv Emerson. HnH was a passenger in the <T«J'. which was driven by James RoboH Mullins, a 24-yoar-old sailor ro portedly stationed at Baton Pause Mullins suffered minor in.lu.ripf (\nd was released from a hospital nflrr treatment. State Police said the pf\r had been parked and Mullins was i*' 1 /- ing out onto the highway when fhi' collision occurred. Tha driver of (he truck, was uninjured. ground dead. "I didn't know what it was going to do, so I jgst threw the hummer," said 0 year old Puter Go rite. Poter, who is 3 foet 5, tool? tho hawk home and latuv ho and his father look jt to « police station, The hawk mpasyred four foet Jrom wing tip to \vii>g tip. SED! A GN of DISTORTION BERATE FALSEHOODS OPPONENTS TO THE REPEAL OF THE FULL CREW LAW ARE UNDERTAKING TO MISLEAD THE PEOPLE OF ARKANSAS WITH A CAMPAIGN OF MISREPRESENTATION ... 1. GOVERNOR FAUBUS MISQUOTED The opposition's ad with Governor Faubus' picture misquoted him as opposing Initiated Act No. 1. Governor Faubus has refuted this claim with this statement: "The ad ... contains a picture of me signing a petition presented by Mr. S. J. Smith of Fordyce. I signed the petition circulated by Mr. Smith to place an act on the ballot to be voted on at the general election. Since that time this act was removed from the ballot by action of the Supreme Court, leaving only Initiated Act No. 1 to be voted on by the People. "I have not made any statement relative to this matter of the Full 1 Crew Law. 11 is a matter for cons (deration by the voters of the State and the proposition should be decided on its merits." 2. "SAFETY The same trains operate in all states bordering Arkansas without the exhr.a "law" brakeman but with EQUAL. SAFETY. 3. NINGS Everyone knows the railroad industry is in grave financial circumstances and is on the brink of economic disaster; Many railroads' W9uld be in bankruptcy today except for temporary-relief granted by the last session of Congress, 4. The opposition has advertised executive salaries that are grossly inflated and false, They have even included the name and alleged salary of one former railroad president who has been dead for two years." The charge that railroad employment in Arkansas would be cut is false, The railroads have hqcl to lay off mgpy hundredsiof needed employees in Arkansas (such gs trackmen/ shopmen, 'glerks,/etc.) in order to pay railroad fegtherbedcjers now,required by Arkansas'" antiquated law. ' . \- i .-• • Ifs on old campaign trick to mislead and confuse when the facts are egflinst Q candidate or an issue ,,, BUT the people of Arkansas v/il! not be misled! ' IT 15 m A'R TO FORCE ANYiMI?|,p||ii /••'• ••:'•'•"/'.'••."-•••;'"., . '. ',','•' '-.-' -'-V'.-- '- ';•'-•-, pAy-MEi»i WHO PO NO mm It (fir K>

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