Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 20, 1958 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1958
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Page $!* •VUMainlH*nU>.JAj&.«4i»cnBwbV-.4*br*ri7~ -r**z-*~ <-t* *w'*f<anKmtm EVERYDAY NEEDS eather Specials YOU ALWAYS SAVE AT OWEN'S 5% Wool Double Reg, 4,95 Value SPECIAL! Men's Heavy Winter 2.49 Value ONE BIG TABLE 79c to 98c Values • B» Men's Type 4 Army Req. 3.95 Value - SPECIAL! - R-E- C-E-D SAVINGS TO 40% SEE THE RED TAGS! Lodies Heavy Outing GOWNS AND PAJAMAS Regular 2.98 Value Girls — This Is Worth Your Trio to Town! Heavy Winter Weight OUTING 36in. Dork and Light Stripes 3 yds. 1.00 Nylon - Rayon Mixed BLANKETS 8.95 Value-Wide Binding 5.95 - SPECIAL! - Big 24.95 Electric BLANKET 2 Year Guarantee 16.99 Ladies All Wool COATS In Short and Longs Up to 22.50 Value 15.00 Ladies Better COATS All Wool - Values to 37,50 2495 jtHK-Ztef New Shipment—Men's & Boys IVY LEAGUE PANTS •s Button Flap Pockets 2.98to SLIPS 50 Yr. Gold Trimmed or Plain Red, White, Pink, Blue, All Sizes All Colors and Styles Included, Ivy League and Flap Ppckets W0% All Wool Flannel to 10.95 ALTERATIONS ARS FREi! MEN'S JACKETS In a Big Variety of Styles and Colors 5.95 to 22. SPECIAL! Children's 39c Cotton or Rayon PANTIES *• if~ t, - * 4 pr Now Going On! Values Up to 14,9§ 2 pr. ! f UDIES NYLON Big Double Cptton Reg. 98s Value HO ft STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Grim Story of Freighter Told by Survivor By tOM CHAHUOVOIX. Mich. (AP) — Witn but the faintest flicker of hope, grim sailors searched in slill alitjry wavers among liny islands at the top of Lake Michigan today lor 15 nun still missing from n big ship which n howling storm sent to the bottom Tuesday nlgnt, Only two survivors, who rode out a nefii-freezing 14 hours oil a tiny raft, nave been touncl. 'iney said two who made the raft with them disappeared as mountainous waves flung it topsy turvey at least three times Jiighteen bodies have been recovered. The 613 - fool Carl D. Bradley, ivhich carried a crew of 35. brtiKU in two and went down oil Uull Island, some 45 miles northwest of this Michigan resort. Some half a cto7.cn iinmnaoited islands are scat,- tered to the north and east ol tne scene. The 180-foot Coast Guard cutters Sundew and Hollyhock bucked 4U- nile windb today in pushing to the islands. Three helicopters and two amphibians also were buffeted as hey searched from aloft. Winds ranged up to 12 miles When Ihe Bradley broke up. It was 40 degrees that nigr.t; just as cold iVeclnesduy night. Veteran seafarers said none could have survived through even, he first day. They wore amazed wo made it overnight, and a phys- ciun described their survival as "an amazing piece of human endurance." But if by chance some made it .0 land alive, they still might be Ulvc. Thai was the one nicker of ainl hope today's searchers had, although planes could spot no one or any footprints on any of the is' finds. The grim story of the slorm-bat- ered sinking of the freighter was -old Wednesday night by the two survivors of the Great Lakes' greatest disaster since J953. Frank Mays and Elmer Fleming, he survivors, were thrown from Iheir 4-8-foot raft three times in Tuesday's ink - black night. But each time they managed to find I again and climb aboard again, Ringing for their lives, hoping they could last until daylight. Fleming and Mays told their stories from hospital beds here Wednesday nigh 1. They had been Jrought in by the Sundew, which nlso brought the bodies of eight, of heir fellow seamen. May and Fleming told of the .error and confusion on ihe sink- ng Bradley, once the largest "rcightcr on the Great Lakes, and of their praying and shivering on he tos no aft in near-freezing cmpcratures. Fleming, ' the Bradley's firs, nate and a 43-year : old veteran of sailing the Great Lukes, did most of the talking, "f was in the pilot house on watch with Ihe captain," he said. "We heard a tihud. Then the Uarm bell started ringing. "Something spun us around," le said. "Then we looked down on the deck. It wasn't hard to sec something was wrong. Tho otern was sagging." Fleming managed to get off a distress signal uri the Biadlcy's radio. Then he was in the cold Hunt far Missing Plane Abandoned OGDKN. Utah (AP) — Civilian patrol* gave' up the hurif fot- ihe missing navigator of a Cll9 transport plane, blU Air Force ground parties searched again today i)i Iho mountain country east of here, Sneiifl I.ei-oy Hadley called off the civilian volunteers. saying there was ho hope of finding Capt. Donald Liggett aliVe. Lig- jgett, 40. of Indiahapolis, bailed but of the crippled plane into a show-* stm-m. .hist Friday with seven companions. Three; of the men died iii a weekend blizzard and foul' Were rescued. wBter. II was alrnost sundowhi "We climbed on the raft and hold on with all we hud." At first there were -four on the raft took a complete "flip," Flenv wooden slrusture with a low rnt'tal railing and metal pontons, • "We lost one of them when the raft took a homplete flip," Fleiiv ing said. "I swam until got back to it. Then I helped the Others get back on." Twice more the waves whipped up by a 60»mllc-an*hour wind lifted the raft and overturned it. "I've never been so cold in my life." Fleming said, "tee was be ginning to form on my jacket and in my hair." Save! Christmas Gift Offer! new STARTER SET A complete gift package of 3- dimension viewing fun ... specially priced fot Christmas giving 1 Each set has 7'"come alive" pictures of a favorite kids' subject . . . plus famous View-Master Steceo Viewer... plus 21 extra gift pictures. See these wonderful gifts tod.iy! $4.20 VALUE J 21 extra gift plcluresl In each sol—a 3pRe«l "Tfoasury of Viow-Mailer Plclu/91 1 , 1 showing nature, scenic and travel subjects IS Sawyer's* Item favorite View-Master Inc.. ' Packets, SEE NEW VIEW-MASTER 3-REEL PACKETS, VIEWERS, PROJECTORS, OTHER GIFTS ... AT YOUR KODAK AGENT Ward & Son Druggist j» Courtesy • Quality • Seivtce i02 West 2nd Phone 7-22.92 FRIDAY & SATURDAY - NOV. 21 - 22' U. 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