Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 25, 1958 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 25, 1958
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Si* MOM SfAR, MOM, ARKANSA1 News Brief§ LONDON <AP> - Moscow radio I feporfed loriny .1 "vnirl --uigeonj has dented,fl dug \ulli two hradi. one of them Iransplnnlpd Tho broadcast said the dt H i<- feeling Well and eats with h"tli months. »,.Dr. Vlndimlr lieiinkhnv report- ediy remo\ed l!n- head frtini n puppy ;md Joined its main blood vessels to the taiolid fiieiy and jugular vein of an adult dog. The broadcast said an American }?eu- ropalliologisl. Dr A JDaVid (Jure- vltsrn of New York, saw the experiment, tt tcmU place at the Moscow Metlic.il Institute. FAYKTTftVIU.K. Ark. (AP> - Apprnximatclv IflO Arkansas Traf" fie c'riuit officials will meet here The family of Mrs. Elhel Cornelius fake this means fo tnank all the wonderful people for the love and kindness shown in the recent illness and death of our Beloved Mother. May God Bless each of you. The Cornelius Families today lo discuss ttayS of fnsfeihS the slate a SafSf frlacfi to dfivS. they will attend Ihe third Ark* ahsas frftffii! douH C*ohfcfchc(» al the Uhlvet-sity of Afkahsas caM> pus tho meelihg will t\M through Salindny, The conference is sponsntcd by the University's Division of OoH ci-'ii extchsion, School of Law aod Ihf Arkansas Bar Assn., in co* operation with other legal, cjvlc <ind lnw cn(or6emjnl groups. Jtid«es, prosecutors, city attorneys and peace officers ar<* among those expected at the meet' MOT SPH1NUS, Aht. (AP) — The I2lh annual Alkaline Pulping Conference opened here yesterday, with more than 300 r"t)reseiitalives of the pulp and paper industry from tho U. S., Canada, Finland, Auslrin imcl India nttondin.!>. The Conference will end Saturday. CONWAY, Ark. <AP>— CoiiWay offlcliils have .-innoimced (hey will Old Folks Need License/ Says Bennett Now LtTTLfc ftOCK <AP>—Rcversim- nfi opinion issued Monday, Ally Uhdcrlake soon to annex additional nrens to the city Ear! ?'. ftogers, chairman of the City Planning! Commission, said it is proposed to take into the city areas on oil sides of Cohway. which would add more than 1,000 to the population. MEMPHIS, Tenn (API— David Poole of, Salcsville. Ark., entered both the grand and reserve champion boar, and the grand charn- pioti sow, in the Hampshire swine; show at the Mid-South Fair here yesterday. The Parker Jersey Farm of Harrlsburg. Ark., showed Uic grand champion bull in the Jersey Shofr, Geh. Bruce Bennett yesterday ruled that the Arkansas Game arid Fish Gommissioft could legally charge state residents over 65 years of age for hunting and fishing licenses. Bennett held void a 1951 legi'g" lativc act which provided for tree 1 hunting and fishing licenses Id elderly persons. He said a recheck of the case showed that the Arkansas SU' preme Court had ruled iii a 1953 decision that the legislature) could hot abridge the authority of the Game and Fish Commission. In the opinion issued by thd attorney general's- office Monday^ the old law was held in effuct The opinion recited sections under which older residents could get free licenses toy applying to county clerks. , Bennett paid that under th0 nesv decision it would be up to the Game and Fish Commission whether to adopt regulations permitting the older residents in the elate to fish and hunt without charge. The commission has not taken any action to this end flic stale charges a Hcefise fee for all ajspll 1 cants 16 years of age or older. fn another opinion yesterday, the attorney general's office ruled that a school district cannot sub- mil alternate millage tax fates to voters in budget election notices. The Truman School Disrict wanted to submit two rntltago rate* proposals in a school election notice to be published-hext Week. The district officials said the move was prompted by failure of: the county to complete a reassessment of property Values. Asst. Ally. Gen. John 1. Maskihs advised C. P Parker of Truman^ superintendent of schools, that thr? state Constitution permitted only the publication of one rtv.llage rate. Eighty husky dogs who acconv panicd the British expedition to the South Pole this year have been given to Norway where they will draw ambulance sledges. tJmvolcorne addition: Thfe new volcano, liha frova, which burst ouf of the Atlantic near the Azores about a year ago has added a square mile to the area of the Portuguese possession. Thuuday, September 25,19SJJ It was a wandering mah of tfil sea, a sailor, who feally discovered faew Mexico. A shipwrecked Spati* ish eplxorer, dabeza de Vafiaj walked from the tJulf C'oast to New" MeiCoX in 1536, The Change is to CLABBER GIRL L 6b6d HausekecjJing ^L.,,,,,,«!2!"* J ., Ounce fof euncd, Slabber Girl 66§U , , les§ than otHef leadirtg brands! BECAUSE .,, Clabber Girl is exclusively known as the baklrtd powder with the balaneed double action ,, > balanced for uniformity In both mixing bowl and ovehi BAKING POWDER BALANCED Double Action Means BETTER Baking PENNEY'S FRIDAY AND SATURDAY!! Meet the Penney women who want to show you MORE SMART WAYS TO SAVE IN SEPTEMBER! IN the Ladies I OVER!! The Ladies who have served you for so many years take over the running of the store.., and they want to offer to you proof again it pays to shop at Penmey's where you get MORE. "Connie" GRIFFIN, Manager for LADIES DAY SAYS ... Having served my good customers at Penney's for 8 years it is my hope to offer more and better values at Penney's to you! 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