The previously identified link is NOT working correctly, so here's a transcription of the article about the automobile accident on the front page of the February 8, 1960 issue of the "Hope Star":
Top headline: "Four Persons Meet Death in Two-Car Collision"
Second headline: "4 Persons Die in 2-Car Wreck Near Hope Sat."
"Four persons - including a well-known deep sea diver and a Negro rock 'n roll singer - were killed Saturday in a fiery two car crash near here. Two others were critically injured.
Dead are Mr. and Mrs. Max Gene Nohl of Milwaukee; the singer, Jesse Belvin and a companion, Charles Ford, 34, of New York City.
Blevin's [sic] wife, Joann, 25, is hospitalized here here and Kirk Davis, another entertainer in the Belvin car, was taken to a Texarkana hospital. The injured remain in critical condition.
State Trooper Dwight Pankey said the Cadillac carrying the Negroes was in the wrong lane when it collided with the vehicle carrying the Nohls, six miles west of here about 7 a.m.
The Nohl car burst into flames. A passing motorist pulled Mrs. Nohl from the car but flames prevented him from rescuing Mr. Nohl.
Belvin, who appeared Friday night on a rock 'n roll show at Little Rock, was enroute to Fort Worth for another show Saturday night. Friends said he was born at Texarkana and had lived at Los Angeles.
Among his best known records were "Earth Angel" and "Guess Who." Both made top ten listings several years ago.
Nohl headed a group that tried unsuccessfully in 1958 to salvage the sunken Dutch motorship Prinz Willem V in Lake Michigan. He recently had planned a new attempt to raise the vessel which sank in 1954 after a collision.
In 1934 he accompanied the late explorer and radio performer Phillip Lord, known professionally as Seth Parker, on a five month diving expedition in the Carribean."
The article was accompanied by 4 photos and a caption that summarized the newspaper article. The on-line photos, unfortunately, are rather dark and grainy and provide little additional detail.