Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 4, 1958 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 4, 1958
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4, Police Patrol as Cubans Hold Election §y LAfiffV 4 Md\»e»'s EMiWMlfftt «? gflit-s* * LfitdS (fib.J SOi-eeteF oCollfefcti istoftw 13 Chatjtef 5§ ftrtrif Of I So He is in 41 44 StofifeS 60 SacHelof 34 Billiard" tefffl 35 Stf-6hg vegetables 3d Average 3? Tott-ld 30 Brtttef 40 Pefielf atc§ AdmlHlstfa Uoft (ab.) SI Shade I'M A SOU5IER WHO'S time d; .(cohib.fdrm)' BUT, WB'P PR6EZE.W \ 1SAIP..IIO! THE CAR!' AWD.TH6K& 1 IPOW'T VO.U KEEP 0Ur/VrH!S],tt» RAP * "My agent can lick you* agent!" 55 Make possible" 56 Small candles By Nadin* S*.ti«f SBMe'is'oneof tHe'-neW.ei' movie — •y Kate Osann CAPTAIN EASY ,DON'T,JUST GET M6 CbNfUSED' MEAN Jf I MEANT YES, CAM BUy/^i'you CAN , i-THE- .^^•rr ' ^^ MOT COAT? T.M."Ric U.S. PM. Oil. © 1958 by NEA Stivie., Int Have you got"a saving's account? . go 1 steady with' boys who* don't even LOOK at other girls. They're too hard to get rid oil" * + * \ ' ' '"'" "* •*< • ~ * -.I-.,- FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ldn'tlike to B 1950 by NIA'Bmlcl. I"C. T M, Bin, U.9. f«l. Oil HEB BUDDIE i DONVHAVE To eer up THIS EARLY ...BUT.I NEVERttaS MY- FATHER'S!?)! PERMISSION)-; YOU SURPRISE ME, NUTCWELU LETTING YOUR BOY OUT AFTER DARK. 1 /— /-/SURE, /CARLYLE,' GO AHEAD OKAY IF I GO TO THE LIBRARY POP? HOMEWORK /YOU po/r por OUT OU» WAV 'tVith Mojor Hoopl. ' -" '- ^.V^***' fy J; R. Wllllont ' * " HAVP-7HAW AH-' OF WMEH THERE'S daddy i§ bringing home to dinner is z child ' ' §ciWB«fcv tess Ac-me THAN F!t-C ' psychologist, so' I'm going to put yew LL-; OOINSTQ§CHOOU THERg ARE MORE THAN' , '~ 'JS&s-Mr*Vim « **,-* rehS bf thbils'a'Hd'l stayed It-bin the bSlfbl BBSeS this ing ill the . .... They cotilct be" bbyedtlifig the of avoiding if bdcatise- r>f threats of Violences Of thdy cottld be Waiting Until afterHoofl. There wdrd ofiiy clusters of ? to sd voters at key polling in this capital four hbtirs" nfter the voting beg"ari, Reports frbffi the provinces sdid" VbtihEf Wng light ol' 23" SUdaflese, ',, ' ' ~ ^NfiBfolds' 'cJovel-hrrfeht soiifees (51-^clicfed the Voting" would pick ttp dtii-lng Ihe dftel-liboH hows. That has been the iSast pattern in Cuba. , A cry of fraud came frolti i-ebel loader Fidel Castro even bctoed the fit-si bhllot was cast, rebels! whb have warned" Cubans to boycott the election at the risk of being slaift, charged in a* bi'opd» cast the results have already 1 prepared in army barracks, <!<-nt Fulgohcio Batista has always had the backing of the! Cuban army, The vbtirtg took place Under life shadow of guns. Thd nation's 34 ' OOn-slrong armed forces Wcl'e moJ billxed, held in barracks but ready to move quickly In the event of if rebel Uprising. Clusters of police .armed \\>lth automatic pistols, rifles and truncheons guarded the nation's « ,521 precincts, (No reports of disorder in Havana were hoard in the hours, In the'easternmost Oriente, the center of the revolution,* rebels intensified shooting attacks on htylf- way and rail transport. Thorp were some clashes" with government troops, t ..... Batista's candidate • _for ,presl- dent, former Premier Andrew Rivero Aguero, \va^ generally ^cx- reeled to \vin. The . opposition, is T/vided among three (Candidates-^ former President Rpmph Grau San Martin, Carlos ^arcfijez ( Ster-" ling and Alberto Solas A'maro. Suspension" of constitutional guarantees •? curtailed- campaigning.^ Suppbrfers of Castro seeking pre-electidh headlines' are blamed .tor the crash of a" big Cuban turboprop - airliner Saturday niyh't in which 17- persons were killed. One of the three survivors, said' f "")ur rebel gunmen commandeered lie plane on the flight from'Mi; amif telling' the pilot, '-This will' be in , all the newspapers of- thr> world.'" Castro's rebels threatened to, shoot any of Ihe 10,000 candidates' on sight and warned-nil. Who vut- ( ed that they °also risked theiv lives. r) , They -have killed, f fiv,e candidates, including four i running', for' Congress, The have attacked', the' g-plling places/ .destroyed regis- "rations and warned that, the fion would be bloody, in- all-six' provinces, ^ *' • ~ ^ • _ The government in turn warned Uiat voting is' obligatory for ! all' men and women, over 21, It, clared it was determined to protect voters and candidates by the use ot ^th'e .34,000-man army and the 7,500 national police, Police are manning barricades around polling stations armed subma.chincguns, 1 ' , ' ' Police and army snuads curried out searches for h'iddenVarms* up through IhV election .eve, • AH .the "candidates promised to bring pea?e.'to Cuba,* Each expressed confidence in his olcction,- Batista ran' Cuba from ' 1933, when-he l^d a : group'of sergeants in a revolt, until 1044; and again since, ha overthrew President log Prio Socayrqs in. 1953, He has promised to hand over _his office? f£ the winning-candidate when his current four-year term expires Fob, 24, To Consider Making Mayors Responsible HOT; SPRINGS, r ArH, (AP) Proposal. } e g J,is J a*it } oh, 19 mskfi mayors of first eiass cities solely . re'sp'onsible • foj- • c Hy PUf-qhBse§ will' bei cor)sHere£l x h"e're Wednesday by, th'e Corivehtio'n rtie $rkans£is, Municipal teag VniJer present prope^ur'e," h>os\ First Clas? -Arkansas cjtjps — qcm,posed of Jh.6 ; 'two 'prlyjite " It!i — 'purchases, ROACH-HUGHES INSURANCE f Fir?,! tlfi «'-- :

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