Aug 032015

by Clay Herrmann

Retired educator, former eight-term Hot Springs Alderman, author, and Hot Springs NAACP leader Elmer Beard answers questions on a variety of interesting topics.

  • Why do some think the plaque on the outside of the Webb Community Center should be removed?
  • Why is it that you were “supposed to be a mortician”?
  • What is your book “The Challengers” (that you have been working on for years, that is now with your publisher, and that you hope to have available for release to the public sometime before the end of the year) about?
  • How did the “Martin Mix-up” make history in Hot Springs?

These questions and others are addressed in this fascinating interview of long-time Hot Springs leader and activist Elmer Beard.



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