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November 28, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

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four HOPE S T A K , H d>11 ARKANSAS Integration Case on Trial in Virginia NEWPORT NK\VS. v,i SUpfvinlc-tKlrht of Newport public <-<'hnnls leslififrl lo- dnj 1 Ihnl Negto applicants for all- white schools \vi rr tiirnotl ilcm-h because of the ir race. U.S. Dist Judge U'nltt-r f: Hoff 'hiaii asked Supi. R. o Nrls'm if he did Mot know r.iri-il fcprpga- lion was nn longer Ihr- l?i\v "1 muft confess 1 rlon'l kn-w What the law is." Nc-lsim n-pht-il Nelson U's(ifi<-'r! ;>( a hrnrinc 'if tl suit bronchi by 10 N'rjjpi piiplle risking dpsefiipRiillon d Hir pnbli" 'Schools, Tho Plaintiffs ask f-ulVr 'Ihnl the school board b«> tlirnrtpt) lo submit a desegregation plan 'n the court. The llcnl'llif* on a dese/jrrq.iti'ni IJOtilion filer! by pnrenls of Ihc 10 marks the second rffnrt In kn«'<-k down school racial hnrrier? in tins shipbuilding community The pnrenls rlaitn iheir ehllrin-n should bo admitted In Pic U'allcr • Reed EU>mcnlnr.v School beennse it is closer to iboir hnmos IK-in the Nojifo school they now attend. Newport News probably \vnukl have been the fourth Virginia community nil with school clos- Ingf Undor the rlate nnli-inlejjr.i- lion laws but for n k'«iil smirl s'emmmfi from the consolidation Of old- Newport News and War- Wick ns one numicipnlity. Judqe "Hoffman issund a . di>l>i»relation order affecting Newport News in February 1f). r >7. The ord-^r Was upheld by higher courts ami last summer attorneys An- both sides n greed it was 'final arid in full effect. However, with (he July 1 merger the case ibecame bogged clown on the question of whether 'Hoffman'.* original order could apply to the Greater Newport News. Defense' attorneys argued it could not. The next move came from the Negro plainitfls. They filed a new pull Sept. 3, the day befoiv schools opened, asking n temporary injunction rorbiddinK the x School board from denying them admittance to the white school. ' Hoffman turned down the pica -,Jor an immediate injunction, ehld- ing the plaintiff attorneys for not ncling earlier in the summer • The School Bor.rd seeks dismi<;- i'*snl of the suit on the grounds it 'has , no power to assiun the unpil.'>. Desegregation orders by JucUe Hoffman in Norfolk and Judge * John Paul in the Charlottosville and Warren County cases earlier this year subsequently brought the closing of the nine whi'e .schools under the state laws forbidding racial mixing. Pilgrim Tale Auto, Trading Stamps Are Found Today . LITTLE ROCK (AP>—An automobile taken from a Little Roc.k , man in a holdup last night was j^'ound today w.iih $0,000 worth of 'trading stamps still insjdo. -, 1 Officers, still were si-eking the two lobbers who held up Mr. and Mrs, John Bruion and Mr and " Mrs, J, D. Pledger as the two eouples entered the darkened Plod- rgef home last night. ." The men. surprised inside, took '" §80 from Brut on and Pledaer nt Pf'ill.'Th'-'v took Brtiton's auto ll as their own when they away, .-'l'Tlio abandoned automobile ss'«" , found near the rohberv <.™m' in n suburban area west of Little Rock. ',Bruion. an emplovc of the trnd- ins stamo eornpaitv. l?ier wns plopped by two officers who h;id not been Morled thai tho stolen car had been returned to him He - explained and was allowed to drive 'op. * §~;' ( , Tho term "forecast" was ins^ vented in 18GO \vhon the first esti- •5* }nates on" future weather were y,,> made, j?*y- " ' r Practically al! the world's supply of Vanadium, used in the male^pg of high speed airplanes, is ox- i ported from Cajlao, Peru. Vana',4|um is a metal which has a high -percentage oi nitrogen and phos- ^'yjhorus, ROACH INSURANCE 1 188 ^/ SUYTHI ?fplhf|t fggs, Jo la The Mnydowcl 1 flrnppcrl nuclior oft 8 Tlir fitgrims liirulod tin I'lvmoiitli 15 Dry 13 Narrow Inlf-t !•) "Emerald Isle" IS Cleave 10 New Kngland tree I 1 ? Handle (l"r.) IB Lniuli il properly 20 Seiriie y.-\ Fnrhficaliof) 28 Frightened 33 Arnliliin gulf 34 Karilily 35 Tidy 3fi Sc-ottish older t rees 37 They invited Hie to their Thanksgiving feast 41 Well groomed >\'l I'Vmaie rulT •I'l Tradition of their TlmlikSBlving • prevails even today 4B Priiiling mistakes S3 Shield bearing 5-1 RorUy pinnacle 5«.False god 87 Heavy blow !)8 Loiter 5fl Breathe q\iickly CO Dregs TIZZY Gl fiefofe 63 Therefore DOWN 1 Solicitude 2 Greek god 6? war 3 Liquid measure 4 Icelandic 5 Cringe G Lubricant 7 Maiden 8 Peruse 8 Triffsfp wihe •v Siek saga 10 Mox for sncred ulensils 11 Leg joint l!) l.arBe cask 21 Greek letter 23 Symlml fur Kattiiiriiidi 24 Hindu quectl 25 Bibliral gnrdtn 20 beccased 27 Against 29 Genuine 30 Female horse 31 bomcslicstavc 32Wtililig table 38 Craft 3'J Cuddle 40 Symbol for Roleniutn 41 Weight of India 43 Brink 44 Sinipleloti 45 Sea eagle 40 Toward the sheltered skte 47 Persian measures 49 Mature 50 Hebrew month 51 Chinese secrel society 52 Singing voice 53 Rowing implement 21 5 11 51 58 7 t.M. n«g. o.s. en oil. (51 1958 b» NE* Sir.lc., InO. HASH GORDON WHAT \WELiu, IDUNMa.lt /i,PPEWED \JLJST F£LL APAftT -K3 VOUR ) AFTER WE 105T-, CM KING suz/ OOP WHAKHA VjUSf WHAT t SAJft vou/ OOP.AVE /: .... LdSTSUZ?/ fOA A STA^F TALK / BY HIM5ELF FlNjp'lMj BUT" We AM' THAT'S tH 1 LASt/ f'DO SflME / FOR CM WE SAW OP 'IM/ A tHINKIN,' /. SAKE? ( FINIP A THIWS 5D 59 62. ."You've got to admit he's a hustler, J.C.! He's only been here for four days and already he's got a basketball and a hockey pool started!" PIE By Nadine Se.tier iy Kate Osanr , WR6.TUTTLB. UKICLE H^SW'T BE6U HOWS SIWCE URKITCHEH IS. CAPTAIN EASY WHO'S LISTENING TO THE FOOTBALL GAME DURING OFFICE HOURS ? . TOSS AND WILL NOW KICK • IIFf IT WAS ^ A BEAUTIFUL KICK ,—' .?„ s^P j-a.—u.| "Get a load of the tape recording I made at the party Pop and Mom threw the other night!" 5lf>F GCAMCPS By "Oh, oh! My cake dropped—I guess I'll have to make a pie out of it!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS TffS BELL IS DUE T6 RIN IN FIVE MINUTES/ WHY /SHY ) eus our THefee WITM THE J SCHOOL &us? rrr ^ > V.TI KIDS' HERE ME DOMES Now/ ® 195? by NEA Sf niTN Inc. T.M Reg U S Pit 6ll.»9**i T.M. fit;. U S. Pit Oil. © 195B i;y SEA ?«•<«<, Inc. •\' 5 ' I ADMIRE- YOU, NLJTCHEULU STANDING ' TO ME! I LIKE THAT! A MAN WMO DARES FOR HIM SELF, 1 THEN I GET THE RAISE, MR, GRUMBLY TO 'SPEAK WITH MY.; , *. OUR HQUSMT " "My dgll pan't get to sleep wlthPHt-HEB ^ AHPHEPRONV^IpMf-HP WOULDN'T LlSTgN WOOLLY Bf.AF? THI5YEAR I'D RATHER PET A A'CATPHA UT THEA1AJOR WAT • f OH A\E TO PR/ \\\S Fli^SpR WITH / THH SLASSWA!?g Clg< jp s T |CKET5 P?l?//WOI?Tri HALF A5 /MUCH ' CLAIMS, —~ O"'J AW I'.gSWWJ

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