Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 15, 1958 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 15, 1958
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, 6ef*to IS, 1953 HOHfTA»,HOM, All A MIA I the sedd^bearing fiods of the Pafa fUbbef tree«ripch, they crack open with -a loUd noise. They open With fcUch iofce that the seeds ate some- titties thrown 100 feet'a way from the tree. Rubber growers .believe the "explosion" .of the bods and the resulting scattering of seeds is nature!* .Way.of getting the seeds out.,of,,the shadow of the tnother tree and into the sunlight." "'"/ j - • 41 < • • ' t; # W C Encyclopedia BrltBtinltn • . t i ••/, • News Brieft Wet1*Kittwn Names AtKOsi 61 1 S Region § Body pnH5 4 IHsh poet, ,.-.,- William Utii-eMLake IS Al-fcW Jioisof) 6 Chewed •--•-•• efieast firuwmell Bach g Peel 11 Bectttiftl Unit 9 Fathei-hood 18 Huffy 10 State 49.06gsledc!el'i USt-OWttS 21 JSP- Churchill 16 Had a chrttf 23 HenHtii orgah ROCK. AP)-•.,—Pulaskl Circuit Judge J. MUcliell/'Cockrili has affirmed another t pi'bpert^.as-; sessment against \ . l 'K'aJi§ti's^City ; Southern Lines, the third in v recent months. Judge Cockrlll yester'day' si»ed an order upholding the.1937' aPessment of $4,330,680 fixed", for the railroad by. the state,.Assessment Co-ordination Department, which was supported by/the Judge in its 1955 and 1956 assessments. LEPANTO, Ark (AP)—Patricia Herndon, 17, has been'' named /Miss Lepanto to reign over the annual American, Legion Terrapin, Derby here tomorrow. She"'will receive her crown from 'Jimmy*' V^ncr, the 1957 • queen, after • piiTadc. LITTLE ROCK (AP) —The Arkansas Foundation of Associated Colleges announced yesterday It has received a $4,000 .contribution from The Crossett Co., at' Crossett The firm contributed $1,000 to i the Foundation last July. , LITTLE ROCK (AP) 1 —'The at r . Jorney -general's office, yesterday ri0td out write-in votes "in ^cities of the iirst class. In'.opinibn's -going to Fayetteville and, officials; the office said write - in 'votes, couldn't be counted and,a 1955'acf concerning write • ins'did'not,re- • peal a 1935 act. CAM'DEN, Ark. (AP)—By a 'l7.' vote margin, voters yesterday ^rejected a proposed $1.300,000 'bond issue'for sewer improvements,- Th?; vote was 1,283 for ani" ) ;J;300- aP,inst, . ''',"•••'; «.".-:• ledg* 2? High S9 ». . 3? Rubber 34 Ohlttd 36 Live 38fitiOW Vehicle Sit Tatter* 41 Attent 42 Babylonia* -tod • 44 Soaks fla» 46 Fawned 40 Cheer •68 Entire 54 Valued too \ highly' SfiSick ,•5! Not'on*. , S8.Amph!b!an Wf~- .Vega?, "••Nevada ' CO Defeats at ' cards . , Production, Housing Slows . WASHINGTON f AP ) ; - — \RjTepv- cry from the recession" !slowed clown 9 bit las.t, month -on. two vjjaj jfro'nfts — industrial prflduc'tion .and housing. But *he k statistics showed continued improvement, < , Jjhe output of. factories arid" mmes advanced one point last month on the ' Federal Resorye,, Board's seasonally adjusted jnde?c of industrial production, ' • ' This put the index at* J37- per, cent of the 1W»49 average in what the poar$ descried as thp sn)al}- cst monthly increase since .-'prp- duction began rising from the pe- cession IPW of 186 per cent it)April •. •,., < The index figure for ''August o%inally was set at ( }87 also but tho board ' s v aj<l ihjp was=' 'revispfj downward to. J!?6, F.QJ- A«g'usJ.pf }ast -Year' the inde* hit a J9,57. ,-, The board attributed pa,rt fit PfnsJlness of • the ' d,uptjon .increase ' tp^. work pages and modej the , automobile THE": AIR JnaiJ .Is arriving -•' IJie Kids .will post *<7'e WACH.HyeHii I |^^ V ^-yp^^jpp : * ^f Mthci* I«ai' IN ^TftWMH :, Memorials in Br«»M 25 Hussiafl city i1 JUhgle beflsii SG Sports eciuipmeht 4G Kite pati 4? Spanish 28 Great 48 Cry of 30 Remove bacchahftls 31 PoeHig 50 — **- bortib 2J) Salutes 33 Took part' 51 football 22 More UhusUal 35 Sheen 5C tcelSHdid saga £4 Ills ahd *-=— 40 Eager So Legal -matters FLASH GORDON WfeLL.WHATVOlJ tWD HW43IKJ AftOUWB HERE WHV, ALLEY, THATS GEB, 1 COM'T THINK WE HME td tELL HIM t me tHAT WeARUY WLL6t3 THE 6RAND W2BR/ WU AgdUN0 HEftE CAPTAIN EASY! if WAS TH' WATER PUE SOUTHl STKAI6HT ACK055, "But isn't it a little bit ridiculous, Pet . conversation piece.for your mother?" YES. I'M 5URE NOW HE IT CRUISES <S'/2 HOURS ewe our. AT 91 30.;. A HA if HOUR' iyy A601^ IF^uL WfiNT .'.-".^~*& ; "^'V^Si THERE I • J./iO you SAY ir WAS3A.M. WHEM 'THE SWALL PLAUe> NARROWLY WI55EP .THIS DERRICK IM TH6 DARK? HBADED DUE SOUTH 1 r "r—^' - - .__^—-^ THE <SULP TO WCATAN, WHERE MAVAW KUlNd L<&M&t WR WOULD, ATTRACT VARSEfcr Bf Nodin* S«.lier SWEE^IF PIE By Kate Oiann CAPTAIN IASY AND VOU SAlD.YOU'D SWIM THE DEEPEST OCEAN FOR ME DARLING, BEFORE WE WERE MARRIED VOU SAID VOU'D CLIMB THE HlGHEST MOUNTAIN r-srr^ AGAIN , FOR ME VES, DEAR AND I MEANT IT TOO -. • .«. T,M, lk(. U.«. fit. ON. (I Hit (./ NH S.rrlct, tnc Will you have one lump or two?" GLAMCfS By you mind if I practice rny Latin by calling ' you 'pater'?" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS HER BUDDIES T% /-WOULD THAT B£ ' I HER HONKIN6 FORYOUMOV^? ...BUT IT KEEPS FALLING OUT! NAW TRIED MAVBE AN ASPIRIN HELP! .PAT/ HILDA'S ' we TO THE- SHOW TOMI6KT/ I -STILL'GOT THAT-.EARACHE YOU CAN PAT' THAT INSTE-AD OF POPCORN ' 60TTA,Ser IN .BEFORE THE ' // I'M 6PMKIA PRAW AKJ' . . . PLAM? FEK 3IPP HOUSES AN 1 pO& HOUSES AN 1 STUFF,' J MEEPPP P/7AFTIN' EffUIPM -SQUARE r" WHIN THEY F4V

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