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October 29, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

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^»- *• Jjf Mclodfe Memcrfis 12 High 13 H^brfeW ISLelal mattes IS Sitter IS LbVef 6f fifig thlhfS 26 Wedge*shaped "The aiitc-fflbbile Finks' With . th| ,W6fld's ttlost developments in the Wid advancement. 6f It ha§ provided a means by Which a large p&Hion of the i population eaffts its living, Pof I every worker directly em«' ployed in making, autos, Ii others indirectly owe their livelihood to its* existence. Qfte dUt of eVefy seven peridHi- employed in the U.S. -directly or 'indirectly owes his job to thfe automobile* d Encyclopedia Srltannle* ' Ii CitV in . ' SWtiand 24 W«i obligated 24 Idehtlcal J6 OVer hie* Ike to Close GOPDrivet>n ^Friday Night • * * . . By MARVIN' L.' ARROWSMITH" WASHINGTON (AP)— President Eisenhosver, back from a three- state campaign tour, will close''his drive for election of a Republican Congress with a nationwide- tele-' Vision-radio -address from Baltimore Friday night. The President returned ,to..the capital by plane early today after <3\ day and h&lf of tub-thum'pln? for votes in West Virginia, 'Pennsylvania and New York, > .The Baltimore address .'will'.clij max what generally-is regarded as the hardest hitting /campaign of Eisenhowers political ^career. However, he pitched'his politicking .on a less harsh note in-New -York Tuesday. He spoke at' two rallies of- party workers and "urged electkfn of'Nelson A. . Rockefeller' ;as'governor and Rep, Kenneth'B. Ideating to the U.S. Senate. ' •' Rockefeller joined " Keating- in telling enthusiastic , audiences' ' of GOP workers that they- as"lho ticket leaders were happy Eisen« hower came to New York — and that .his visit had- helped 'them. '. There had been talk that Rocko-, feller, a- former foreign policy aide to Eisenhower, was something less than happy about hav- ,ing the President campaigning' in .ihe 'slate. ,.-*"• . • ' 32 diH's name 34 dive a heW . s SoHg title 35 Shiny paint 3fl MUSic, for instance » Writing table , 4d Coffin lUppbrt 41 Stnall amount 42 Cut • 45 Give life • 4»Mu$icai plays' 51 Nat-row 'bed *2 Weary S3 Leg joint ,64 Hawaiian tree 65 Leave, cat! •66.'Age» 87 Saints (ab.) J H , „„ , -Rockefeller -a .few. days ago. took" what seemed to amount to a'-diriV view of Eisenhower's ,new 'campaign technique — •his.'atlacks-'on the • Democrats as left-wing'-, radi-' 'cols, as reckless spendthrift^ and as promoters of inflation-breeding suh erne's, * ' '.•'-,' ' Shortly after the President's ar rival, in 'Manhattan, Wh'!te v House props secretary, James C, Hagerty sought 'to scuttle talk' ', of'' any, dis m'ord. • . , ; , * ' Hagerty tagged as -completely false reports 'that the GOP stato organization •— ' and Rockefeller specifically — had urged againsl Eisenhower's making any .jfi political speech in flow York, , pr,ess, secretary said 'the -Hei •cqn National Committee had ' cided ' that the President's * 'top campaign address . in „, the East should be in Pittsburgh, ',wnere lie spoke Monday, evening,' 'In' his >me - state of' Pennsylvania, ' ' GOOD SHOW TUCSON, "Ariz, W») — , Three Tuc spn sjxth'grnders wanted to d.or»a.tp something to the TUCSQIV Daily Star Sportsmen uFnd —'used 'to s'end HJds to summer camus,- ", >. The Ig.yeaivolds^'uf on avshgw with, BiUy f Bi9om tap dancing,- Ma»v m-p. Peterson singing ;and Harriet! Brown PinJag-'them- Jn/a o^?-act -'' . . ' gjbbw .j , cents g hpsd, pnd tjie net profit' of $J was .gent- {o H}g f^nd, ,'•-' :• . first ; asgphsioh',j!\ , place" ROACH v HUGHiS !LVJjL*MANJ.A§ ,„,,:,....._ , . ,.,.,.;:„,__ - ; , __„ ''ifofci! If MCI YtifM* wni 4 Hafi| ovef 5 Lfcave out 6 Heavenly , body 7 Gd aslra? 8 Berate Viefiha Woods" 16 Qi H** 2t Siriat-t i-etoHg 28 Individuals 29 ThwaM 31 Spot-Is bfflcial 53 "Call " 4(3 Ael-oflatitieal comhiiltee (ab.) 4? Blow PUSH GORDON 24 Girl's haine tal 36 Lecturer < f rencli cap ..MAYBE WE'P \ W6O, I SEE NO . UP IN A TfffeEROPACrL SMALL ftO^ BOV.,,WUCHACHO,,, PER6Z ISLE THRE6 JABBERING Y ABOUT/ M0n0MMd "We woti't take the remote control channel selector! Marvin needs the exercise!". ' DOWN ','lRibbit ,8 Chilli By Nadine St.tier •y Kate Oiann CAPTAIN tASY THEY'RE LUCKY TODAV-Otll^ THEY JUST HAPPENED POF= MAY I HAVE A DIME? A CANDY BAR?) /HERE'S 1958 b/ NE» Smltt, iff. -- x -r"Jj.c .1 Pj^. -.; l'-'f>lU*(i. ... ,'.f .. ». . M^AttMO- •' .-.•» J»'.\ . '°-*? . . and he quotes poetry I" StOF ft».AM<;if? , ,; By (U © 19SI b, NEA S«nl«, luc TM.Rtf. U.S. Pjl. 0«. "ft wasn't hard getting him to go to bed, I simply . ' threw a tantrum!" FICKLE? AND HIS FRIENDS ffcs/1 IT WOMTBUtX&e/ OH, BOY! V- WHENTPOP SEES. THAT •THERE MA^BE, ME'UU.QET MY ?' l T'E- A _€oyf!'"§ °f W VBiS, I KNOW" YOU JUST KXPSSfOR HER ANP THOUGHT VOU'P nhsMiim WHERE THEV G AMP 6gTAT THE HOME WPRK. INST^AP PP TEVIMG TO GET A Rise OUT OF VOU£ SISTER,' IHTHELEAP"~ANDI PN"CLEAHlHG FL.UIPV YlHYplD i PgRAMT &S PeRSUAPfiD TOCHAHSEA\VMWD? 15 DISASTROUS »^TW p. what 'they ehargefor that hsm sa ( - thafs werth $3,0§0i' " TNI6 SET AHEAP? m*m&Amm*m', TQA8QX, v *S£»&)?m' *

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