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•jft^l, 1 !^. OPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS of *" jmmended he Public must foe It is 'ts do a good regulation, a Lcgisla- Btsearcn report said dsscribccl Arkansas s "adequate if hot -the exception of the that permits utilities to rates under bond be - have been approved by . srt £ald that the PSC i~ strengthened by raising li.fehar'ged utilities who come ifte jurisdiction of ihc com- i&The present fees are only ' '*" the maximum allowed es p-rofcably ['."t*hen the Committe on •taions, Insurance and Bank- HEY! Ben Pearson L'AfcCHERY SETS Frofn $2.50 up MOON'S JEWELRY APPLIANCES everyday needs. HNSON ELECTRIC CO. 119 West 2nd. Phone 7-2155 &IAL DISPLAY ifclne New Fabrics KAfrlvlna Every Day ED TO FIT fom Ward la w§ ain Street Tailor Shop ULLDOZER WORK ea'rlng — Dirt Moving ft;d.Pond pigging. Call OM DUCKETT th -St. Phone 7-3794 POLLS ,d|e(Iaht the heart of |eVery littje girl — ESTERN AUTO SQCIATE STORE STRESSES 1ade Into Innertprlni vork Guaranteed Day Servlo* »-<••• DAVIS ire & Morrr«i C«. reet Phone 7-8211 ESTERN SHARES _^ r *1fled'lncome Fund jspectus available from fitf&BATES *'•''-' AGENT Phone 7-4454 CLASSIFIED ' Ms Must fie In Office Bay Before Publication WANT AD tt A & ffi iwtr HH ftlephon* ertid dccoftwdd- ?S« <w*untt oltowtd with the w* derttandlng th* account I* poyabM When itdtefttwt li C«nd«r*d. fhrei Day* Oftt .60. ,75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 130 Six Day* 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 S.OO Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Muwbw >f Word* Up tHs rt to 20 II to 25 16 to 30 1 to 35 16 t« 40 41 to 45 U to 50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 «m* .. ........ - ..... ....... 75e p«r Inch 3 tlrfi** ....... .. ............. » «0c per Inch 6 time* ..................... ... 50e per Inch Rates quoted above are tor consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publisher* reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one of more letter*, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Adi unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work- Cobb Mattteas Co. 816 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf FOR Water well service, any size Hope Star Star af Hope 1S99; tnn 1*27 Coniolldottd January II, It29 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C, E. Palmer/ President Alex. H. Waihburn, Secy-Tre* at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope/ Arkantai Alex. H. Wothbum, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jonoi/ Managing Editor Jeti M. Davis, Advertising Manage* George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. Entered ai teeond clan matter «t Hie Pott Office ot Hope/ Arkantai/ under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau el Circulation! •Subscription Rates (payable In ad* vance): By carrier In Hope and neighboring towni— Gk Highway 67 tUCK'S FURNITURE CO. ?Pf City HmIts West l|on Water Barrels for Sale "* i 7-4381 ,' Hope, Ark. Per year 13.00 By mall In HempsUad, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and MHUr counties— , '' * Ona month .........t.........,..,...*.....*... .65 Three monthi 1.60 fix month* 2.60 On* yea - 4.50 All other mall-- • Ont month ,....................M.-~. 1.1 Thrct months .................. 3.2V Six monthi 6.50 Orw year 13.00 K«t'l AtfYWthlna Rcprcientattvei! Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Idg., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas lank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member ef The Associated Preisi The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcatlon of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. ' ••>, St. Paul CME Cnurch, Washing- on, Arkansas, has set the firs; sunday" in each month for church onference. The Rev. A. L. Kendrix, pastor has organized the hurch into fourteen auxiliaries and they are to mail financial re iorts each first Sunday. Some o: luxiliaries made reports in he first meeting. The pastor i urging each one to report some hing in each meeting. Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF SMI Ipc jw. Ifi wv> , eSBuitder'i Supply Co. 7-2381 s Service V, AND USED GLAS8 ' 'INSTALLED . AND USED PARTS io?t cars, see MS before 4*, ,you buy, f (TOP) PORTER .Owner & Operator. Hope Hy 67 West HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldast in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo Help Wanted SKILLED CRAFT training job open due to expansion Hope business Permanent, job. Requirements: Male, in 2Q's, with military ser vice behind him, high schoo: graduate or better. Tell abou yourself in letter in own hand writing. Write: Opportunity X P. O. Box 98, Hope, Ark. 27-tf For Rent UNFURNISHED duplex for rent 4 rooms and bath. Mrs. E. O Wingfield, 115 N. Pnie, 7-2424. 10-3 Parts and Holland Balers Tractors p r Writ* l(|in Tractor Co* , Ark. FURNISHED apartment, also lar ge front bedroom with two clo sets. Mrs. George Phone 7-2125. Sandefui 11-3 NICE suburban home, 4 bedrooms two baths, central heating, hare two phones |IE MS FOR YOUR wood floors and Large lawn with shade trees hedge and shrubbery. Good no ghbors. Phone Mr, Baker at 4601. Services Offered ALPtf Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3381. 10-1 Mo, or depth, see or Clark, Cale, Ark. write O. T. 19-tf EPTIC tanks pumped out. Go any where, any time. Phone Prospect 7-9989. Dec. 6-1 Mo. Piano For Sale PINET piano, practically new. Also upright. Priced reasonable. Phone PR. 7-3541. • 9-3t Wanted to Buy IGHT or ten brood sows, and males. Also some weaned pigs, Good quality and healthy. Will pay market price or bettor. B. H. McMinn, Box 71, Fulton, Arkansas. ll-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Homo Mrs. Adele Tucker of Los Angel es, Calif, is visiting her sister, Mrs Mary Marshall,'and other relativ cs. Donald Foster has returned to lis home in St. Louis, Mo,, after a brief visit with kis wife. Mrs. Ber nice Foster and children. Nelson-Hill Post No.. 427 wi meet Tuesday night, December 14 at Hicks Funeral Home at 8 p m. The Altar Gift Club of BeeBe Memorial CME Church will mee Sunday, December 12, at the horn of Mrs. Zadie Jones at 4 p. m. All members please be present. Mrs. Catherine Marcee of Sa: Legal Notice AN ORDINANCE NO. 740 ORDINANCE TO VACATE AND ABANDON ALLEY BLOCK 41 IN' THE CITY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES WHEREAS, a petition was dulj filed with the City Council of th City of Hope, Arkansas, on the 2n day of November, 1954, asking th City Council to vacate and abando: a certain parcel'of land designate- on the plat of the City of Hope now appearing of record in th recorder's office within and fo Hempstead County,' Arkansas, i Record Book 6, page 17, as th alley in Block Forty-one (41) i said City, running northerly an southerly through said block from West Third Street to West Fourt Street, as more particularly de scribed hereinafter. WHEREAS, After due notices a required by law, the council has at the time and place mentioned ir the notice, heard all persons de siring to be heard on the questio and has ascertained that the alle hereinbefore described, has hereto fore been dedicated to the publi use as an alley herein described has not been actually u'sed by th public generally for a period of a least five years subsequent to th filing of the plat; that all the owi ers of the property abutting upo For Sole APPLIANCES K». p&TRUCK REPAIRS expert mechqntc? experience to re- picjke c0r pr tryck, rjove a complete ,pqrt? for qll car§ WORRY APOUT BI6AU5I THI 9 Toasters t Mixers , * Waffle Irons » Steam and , Travel Irons, t Electric Blankets. • Everything in G-E Dormeyer Mirrqr-matic OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. ' the alley to be vacated have file with the council their written con ., „ sent to such abandonment; an 1 * i that public interest and welfare wi ot be Adversely affected by th bandonment of such alley. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT OR )AINED BY THE CITY COUNCI )F THE CITY OF HOPE, AR <ANSAS. « Section 1. The City of Hopi SEE Mrs. G. J. Downing for fancy home made Christmas candy. Phone 7-3103 208 B.onner. 7-8t HOUSE located 608 South vey. Nice shade trees, lot 75 x 150. One block school, Price $2750. Might take used car or truck as first payment. Southwestern Realty Co. Phone ELECTRIC train, track mpunted on plywood. Call 7-4363. 11-3 1947 JEEP, 4 wheel drive, heater good tpp. Phone 7-5858, 11-6 Notict . everyone is tp keep off the Cofield brothers lawn, Saturday, December It, Gscd Fishing in Many Sections Presbyterian Circle 3 Meets With Mrs. Bryant Circle 3 of the Women of 1hc Presbyterian Church met oft Monday evening in the home of the chairman, Mrs. Max Bryant, with 15 members present. Mrs. John Hubbard presided an'd opened the meeting with prayer. During the business session Mrs. John Hubbard was elected chairman and Mrs. Jc.hn W. Davis secretary and treasurer for the New Year. Mrs. Max Kitchens prssented ths Bible study on "Pilgrimage to Rome." The program on "Going to Bethlehem", was ir. charge of Mrs. R. W. Reynolds. A delectable salad course wns served at the close of the meeting. Two senior teams from Blevins which played here this week split a doubleheader with Hope teams. The-Blevins boys won but the north Hempstead girls went down in defeat. Blevins senior boys, left to right, First Row: Arthur Willis, Eugene Spicer, Wayland Bryson and Jimmy White. Second row: Aimer Willis, Douglas Steed, Jappy Barber and Delbert Johnson. Third row: Norman Hugg, Bruce Smith, Richard Roberts and John Myrick. Blei'ins senior girls, left to right, first row: Martha Stephens, Ginny Mantling and Betty Spicer. Second row: Virginia York, Bobbie Ph Ilips, Darlene Morton and Sally Stone. Third row: Lou.se Clark Melba Hutson, Martha Boyce and Nell Jean Bonds. SPORTS .By QAYLE TALBOT. Vrkansas, hereby releases, vacate nd abandons all its rights, t< ether with the rights of the publ ;enerally, in and to the alley desi; lated as follows: A strip of land 20 feet in width running northerly and southerly through Block 41 in the City of Hope, Arkansas, bounded on the East by Lots 7, 10, 11 and 14, and on the West by Lots 1 to 6, inclusive, and bounded on the North by West Third Street and on the South by West Fourth Street. Section 2. A copy pf this ordinance duly certified by the City clerk shall be filed in the office of ;he recorder of the county and .-ecorded in the deed records of ,he county. Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Passed: December 7, 1954 Approved: December 7, 1954 John L. Wilson Mayor Attest: M^Chas, F : Rjyasfiofl NEW YORK W) One of the weirdest things you ever heard tell of has happened to big league baseball this winter. To state the facts briefly major league clubs find themselves bound not to do a lick of training next spring until March 1 a full .week later than they began their labors last year. And they hate it. So do the players No one connected with the game will say that he approves of the mystery measure much less admit he had anything to do with its passage i The club exe cuti ves creating displeasure at being forced tc postpone their lucrative exhibition schedules for a week claim the rule was forced down their throats by the players. 'The latter through their official representatives swear they didn't do any such thing. They say the sooner they can start getting free Dcd and board and $25 per week spending money the better. You begin to see? ,, , As best we have been able to piece together the strange sequence of events leading up to the present unhappy situation the script went something like this: When the player representatives of the various clubs met during last summer's All-Star Game at Antonio, Tex., is visitiftg her sister, Mrs. Reece Cannon, and other relatives. Mrs. Cleo Scoggins of San Francisco Calif., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Carrie People and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Paskey., Cleveland one or more of then did propose that training not stai before March 1. It is reported no that these players (whoever the were) were acting as shills fo "cheaper" clubs which wished 1 cut down their training expenses save perhaps $5000. At any rate the proposal some- sent. . • ••"' '' Mrs. McMahen gave the devotional talks and presented ^fhe program on "Who Is My Neighbor?" . t* ••?•&•• A dessert course was served at the close of the meeting. Wesleyan Guild Has Annual Christmas party The Wesleyon Service Guild cb- erved the .innual Christmas party nd covered dish supper on Monay evening in the home of Mrs. harlie Thomas with Miss Frances Sailoy co-hostess. Mrs. L. O. Leo, president, iM'e- ided at the business session and le devotional was given by Mrs. •harlie Thomas.It was voted to send gift of money to the Arkansas VEethcdist Children's Home ir. Little Lock, and a gift of money to a -hoctaw Indian girl training to be missionary. Four new shut-in riends were selected. Mrs. Julia Gann had charge of ! he jrogram for the evening and gave n interesting lalk on "Peace" and he part that women and children play in peace. There was E.n 'hange of gifts with Mrs. Vuel Chamberlain as Santa Claus. Thirty one members and three new members, Mrs. Kennelh Led- Detter, Miss Sue Martin and Mrs. VI. D. Tippett were present. Presbyterian Circle 1 Meets In McRae Home The December meeting of tho women of the Presbyterian Church was held on Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. D. L. McRae Sr. Circle chairman, with Mrs. D. L. McRae Jr., assisting hostess. Lovely arrangements of red roses decorated the rooms. The chairman voiced the opening prayer and conducted the business. The Bible study from Acts 27 and 28 on "Pilgrimage to "Rome" was given by Mrs. Mary Montgomery. Mrs. Wallace Pombertton was in charge of the program on "Going to Bethlehem." A delectable salad course was served to 11 members. LITTLE ROCK The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission today reported fishing good or fair at the following lakes and streams: li.g Baxter County Lake Norfork, black bass fair (deep running bait); white bass, crappie fair (live bait) Bradley County Ouachita River, all lakes, crappied fair (minnows). Chicot County Lake Chicot, Vass fair f minnows). Dallas County — Ouachila River, bass fair (minnows). Desna County Belco Lake, crappie. bream f;ood (live bait); ,t_ Silver Lake, crappie, bream fair. \f Garland County Lake Hamilton fishing fair to good below Carpenter Dam fishing good. Independence County Whita River Jack salmon good at locks 1. 2 and 3 'bir; minnors); lakes, crappie fair (minnows). Lcfr.yclte County — Spirit Lake, 27 (cutoIC-crappie, bass fair. Marion County crappie fair Lass irood (artificial Montgomery County Bull Shoals (minnows); bait). I , — Lake Miss Barbara McSweeney Bride-elect Honored Miss Barbara McSweeney, bride- elect of W. A. Stewart, was honored vith a surprise bridal shower Tucs- lay evening at Herman's Cafe giv- n by Miss Betty Bryson and Miss 3etty Cottingham. A cor'rage of white carnations was ^resented to the honoree and shs ,vas the recipient of many lovely gifts. After the gifts were displayed tho lostesses served a dainty dessert course and punch to 23 guests. Mrs. Carl Dalrymple Entertains .' ~"\ '^ Presbyterian Circle 2 Mrs. Carl Dalrymple and Mrs. Vernon Buchanan were hostesses to Circle 2 of the women of the Presbyterian Church on Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Dalrymple with 15 members attending the final meeting of the year. Yulelidc arrangements decorated the rooms. Mrs. S. O. Logan, chairman, called the meeting to order with directed prayer and read a Christinas thought on "Remember." During the business meeting the minutes were read by the secretary pro-torn, Mrs. J. V. Fore. It was voiced to send the sunshine fund as a* Christmas gift to Caddo Valley Academy. Mrs. T. M. Bemis and Mrs. Logan have had a perfect attendance for the year. Mrs. Logan gave the Bible study on "Pilgrimage to Rome," and the program on "Going To Bethlehem" was presented by Mrs. T. C. McRae Jr. The meeting adjourned with the Lord's Prayer .repeated in unison. A dainty dessert course was served by the hostesses. Ouachita bass fair (live bait). Perry County — Nimrod Lake, crappio. bass fair (Ivic minnows). Searcy Counvy Buffalo River, bass fair (live bait). Wood ruff County Cache River, crappie fair (minnows). Yell County —Nimrod Lake, crappie fair (minnows). Quachifro Bowls Over Beebe Five By The Associated Press Ouachitn rolled with cr.se to a 110-88 dpcisior. over little Beebe College last night but Those from Prcscctt who attended the Mobilization for Christ meeting of the Baptist training Union Monday night at Mitchell Hall, Ouachita College were Mr. and Mis. Thomas Buchanan; Rev. tiiitl Mrs. W. E. Lindsay, Danny and Betty;; Mrs. Roy Loomis and Billy; Mr. and Mrs. Claud Cox. Mr. and.Mrs. Owen Wilson, Mrs. Brozic Haynie, Mr?. A. S. Buchanan, Miss Beriha ray, Mrs. Lcroy Phillips, Mrs. Wallace Purtle and Betty; Jerry and Red Howard and Coy Braden, Missess Margaret Phillips, Genevieve King, Alma Lois Ferrell, Mary Buchanan, Betty Erskine and Betty Wilson, under the direction of Mrs. J. H. Langley, sang several selections. They were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Bobbie Whitmarsh. Southern Slate fell to Northwestern Louisiana. The loss Southern's second Mr. and Mrs. George Christopher have as their guest, Mrs. Bill Rapier of Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Wells Hamby and Mrs. John Gibbs spent Monday in Blcvins as the guerts of Mrs. Warren Ncsbit. '37 Club Entertained By Mrs. S. B. Scolt . Colorful arrangements of mums decorated the home of Mrs, S. B. Scott on Tuesday afternoon where she was hostess to the '37 Contract Club. The hi°h score award was won by Mrs. O. G. Hirst. Mrs. Robert Blakley was a guest. Other members included Mrs. A. V. how was brought before the mag-lRegnier, Mrs. John Pittrran, Mrs. Mrs. A. V. Babfc of Hope was the Tuesday guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. J. Bryson and family. Miss Kay King is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bush and Mrs. Ira Ward in Little Rock. Mrs. R. P. Conkling of Jefferson City, Mo., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. PI. ToT.pkins and Mr. Tompkins. Mrs. Carl Dalrymple, Mrs. Jewel Long, Mrs. C. R. Gray, Mrs. Ver- r.on Buchanan and Mrs. J. B, Franks, motored to Little Tuesday for the day. Rock Friends will regret to learn of the death of Mrs. Joy Burns, a former Prescott resident, who died at ner hf-me Okla. on Wednesday in Durant, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hamilton and Mrs. J. C. Stegar motored to Little Rock Monday for the day. Choir No. 2 of Bethel AME Chur- •h will rehearse Tuesday night, December 14. at 7:30 p. m. Junior choir of Rising Star Bap- 1st Church will rehearse Monday night, December 13, at 7:30 p. m. Junior choir of BeeBee Memorial OME Church will rehearse Wednesday night. December 15, at 7:30. nates at . a meeting here last September and apparently in a huff they adopted it. Perhaps understandably many of the game's head men slill are not too happy about the players' organization. As the time approached Ihc joint league meeting here this week word went around that the players having awakened belatedly to the fact they vore going to have to spend their own money for an extra week or 10 days were going to iry hard to have the rule rescinded. Some owners too realized they had acted hastily and hoped the situation could yet be saved. But the majoriy tciidn't feel that way. The players' request to forget all about the March 1 dead- ine was voted down resoundingly •,nd Commissioner Ford Frick an- lounced that the edict would be 'rigidly enforced" In other words no preliminary reporting for bat- :erymen no cheating at all, ; It's what those guys asked for" __id a club spokesman. "Now they've got it and they can like t" The players continued to insist hey had not asked for it. It would have been impossible we are told to have dropped the •ule ; at this late date. Now exhibition schedules have long since jcen drawn up and upprcvc-d put- ing off openers until around March 12 and 'tc'try to change .hem now would bring chaos. Senior chok of Memorial MEE Church will rehearse Thursday night, December 16, at 7:30. Senior and Junior Choir of Garrett Chapel Baptist Church will rehearse Tuesday night, pecembor 14, at 7; 30, Senloy choir ot Garrett Chapel • • Stoch, wiil rehears^ TUCS- "MM*. Dan Pittman Jr., Mrs. J. R. Benus, Mrs Tom Bemis, Mrs. Jack Harrell, Mrs. Archie Johnson, Mrs. Mark Justiss, Mrs. Ralph Gordan and Mrs. D. L. McRae Jr A tasteful dessert course was served. Mrs. H. S. Streeter has returned to her home at Fort Hood after spending the past few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moore. straight. Jimmy Gulp All-Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference forward/-last year led Ihe Southern attack*" with 1G points Northwestern Louisiana substituted freely after the first five minutes. Guard Ronnie Lebo was high point man for Northwestern with 15 points. Kenneth York and Pete Fulford ed Ouachita into a 56-31 halftime ead over Becbe and the Baptists coasted home York tallied 29 points: Fulbord 22. E'ilis Hughes was the big mcn(" "or Bccbe with 27 points. Tonight's games match Hendrix at Little Rock Junior College; Arkansas A&M .it Arkansas State Teachers; Northwestern Oklahoma at The College of the Ozarks and Arkansas State at Union of Tennessee. "Boros Leads Field in Miami F!ay '" f MIAI Fla. Wi Julius Boros a husky young man who has better luck with golf clubs than shotguns and fishing gear led a field of 161 into today's second rofrnd of the Miami Open Golf Tournament The 35-year-old professional from Mid Pines N. C. paced yesterday's opening round with a 4-under-par 66 one stroke under favorite Sam Sncad of White Sulphur Springs W Va. Ted Kroll of ( New Hartford N. Y and Joe Brown of West Des Moines Iowa An accident last week with a shotgun almost prevented Bores winner of the U.S. Open in 1952 from competing in the $10000 tourney at the par 35-35-70 Miami Springs course The weapon discharged prematurely and the recoil caused a nas-. ty cut at the base of his right thumb. Boros had the four stitches lemovcd yesterday morning taped (^ the wound and shot his way into the lead. He: wasn't toubled by the hand or by the right leg he broke in July when he fell over some tree roots while fishing. Four Arkemsans Arrive Home SAN FRANCISCO, (UP) Four Arkansas Marines are aborcl the USNS Gen Brewr-tcr, due to arrive here tomorrow from Korea. The four, veterans of the First Marine division and air \ving, are: Sgt. Alex H. Brown, Blytheville; Cpl Dale E Davidson, Winthrop; Col Othell Kitchens, McKamic; Mrs. J. B. Hesterly Hostess To W. S. C. S. Circle 1 Circle 1 of the W S. C. S. of the Methodist Church met Monday afternoon in the. 'home. of Mrs. J. B. Hesterly with Mrs. Dale Leclbet- ter co-hostess. The chairman, Mrs. S. V. Scott called the meeting to order with prayer and concluded the business. The devotional talk on "City Lights and Shadows" was given by Mrs. Dan Pittman, Sr. Mrs. Scott spoke on "A Farmer Winks," and "Villages of Earth." Russian tea and snacks in the Christmas theme were served to 12 members and a guest, Mrs. Joe Mool-e. W. S. C. S. Circle 2 Meets With Mrs. Lee Fourteen members of Circle 2 of the W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church met with Mrs. J. D. ,ee at the Lawson Hotel on Manlay afternoon. Mrs. Adam Guthrie Sr., chairman, presided and conducted the Business. Mrs. John Munn gave the devotional on "City Lights and Shadows." The program on "A Farmer Winks" was in charge of Mrs. ene Hale. Coffee and cake we're enjoyed during the social hour. '"Mrs. J. V. McMahen Entertains Circle 3 of the W. S. C. S. Mrs J. V. McMahen, chairman of Circle 3 of the W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church, entertained the Circle at the church on Monday afternoon. There were nine members pre- Mr and Mrs Herman Fore, formerly of Chidester, have recently moved into their home they purchased on the Rosston Road Mrs. Duncan Dewoody is the guest of relatives in Deaton, Tex- Cpl onil Pfc. tree They Dan L. Wells Marked l -' c at the base at Treauue Irjand be fprf aeRarntion. gy reassignment t Miss Dorothy Floyd has been the guest, of friends in Malvern Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hale were the Sunday guests o£ their daughter, Mrs. Tom Dewoody and family in Gurdon. Joe Haynie of Smackovcr was the Tuesday guests of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Brozie Hay- PILLOW'S GIFT SHOP • Personalized Christmas Cards • Open every Wednesday Night 7:30 - 9 P. M. 305 S. Laurel Mozart 1 , Beethovan, Naumann and Hasse composed music for the harmonica, an instrument composed of glass bells, not a mouth organ. FOR QUALITY and Lei us fill those Vital Prescriptions for speedy delivery from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m, Registered Druggist on duty at all times. Call PR 7-3424 DEPENDABILITY 225 S. MAIN C About six billion tons of eartyun dioxide are beuig poured into f eaith's atmosphere eveiy year Se- cause of the burning of coal and ojl, primates of scientists iudi- STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds, Farm Buildings and Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost. CALL , . . , PR 7,4$83 for complete information. DUCKETT STEEL & jg*iyf*?*P*?~*'1'<i \'~fi ZS'Z'ffi ~-m Our Doily Bread Sliced thin by the Editor Who Pays the Doctor When Unscheduled Bus Has Accident The other day we were discussing the problem of free-lance bus operators who run up and down the public roads without regular schedule and usually without a For Hire Sfcense or insurance protection for their passengers. Usually the operator is the owner of a school bus operating under contract with some school district] five days a week — and "on his| own" on Saturdays. ] The rise of this illegal business is threatening suspension of the regularly-scheduled bus lines everywhere except on the main- Vne routes. The Star is attacking Tf on the grounds that every good newspaper must support whatever policy brings the greatest good to the greatest number of people. And obviously a scheduled bus line that operates every day between two county-seat towns — such as Hope and Nashville — is worth more to the communities and their people than any number of illegal operators who appear on Saturdays only and cut the fare to Some people have no quick means of transport except the scheduled bus lines and none of the '.people will have any public transport whatever, five days a week if illegal competition cancels out the 'daily Hope-Nashville schedule. There is only one position a newspaper can take on this question — and we've said it. . We were discussing the risk neople take when patronizing ••inscheduled buses. In front of me is a news account of what happened to such a bus between Gravelly and Dardanelle December 4. Through the week the operator handled a school contract. But this was Saturday and he was "on his own" with 10 passengers — when the bus went out of control, hit a Star and W fiaSt *• hoofi idftight S8-S6 in S4-hw» feH 4». oft 2,1 HlfeH 4 iatt at 56TH YEAR: VOL. 56 —- NO. 51 Star ef Hope 1i*S, /*«* Consolidated Jo*A. 1»» i* , ARKANSAS; MONDAY, DECEMBER 13,1954 MembSf: the AstettatM Prtst i, Audit lutM« ef etowMtlMi Av. N*t Paw Orel, 6 Met. tndlnfl Sept. M, 1»34 — M17 Nationalists Sink two Chinese Boats TAlPEM, Formosa MNational- ist Chinese warships Sunday sank tWo motorized boats and damaged two others and two gunboats in a fight in Formosa Strait, the e- Ministry said today The action took place 23 miles south of tiny Wuehlu Island, 73 miles west of Formosa, the ministry said, and adc.cd: Concentrated fire sank two boats quickly and damaged four, which fled in the direction of the Red- Foreign Affairs Subject of Big Conference By MARVlM L. ARROWSMITH and JACK BELU Five More Moslems Sentenced to Hong CAIRO, Fgypt l& Five irtote members of the extremist Moslem Brotherhcod Were sentenced yes« t^rday to hang on charges of plot" ting to assassinate Premier Gamal Abdel Nasser ahd bther officials Six brotherhood members Wete executed last Tuesday WASHINOTON — A meeting held mainland The communique also reported ... —. that communists Toumen ' Is-145-minute discussion or foreign ai- land field 19 shells Sunday at fairs. of President Eisenhower and Republican congressional leaders took an uncpected turn today with a TRAIN SAVED QUICK AS A FLASH — Qu!c'< thinking of a newspaper photographer, who signaled the engineer of the Shaker Heights, Ohio, high-speed electric train, .background, with repeated flashes from the stroboscoplc flash unit on his camera, saved passengers aboard from poss'ble seHoui . Injury or death? On his way to work through a. blindfng snowstorm, George Grant ofjhe Cleveland PresT stoppedI to photograph the wrecked auto at left, which had knocked a utility pole, acttofts thej.- . i-TV i. _* i.u_ «..«.n t*f*r> «.IlnUflt< Uitt^t 1 . . IM P A DnATfi . : nearby Yikiangshsn but caused no damage or casualties tracks. topped to pnotograpn me wrecked auiu m icn, wm Driver of the auto was slightly hurt'. — NEA Photo Lag in Right of Way Delays Big River Job In a news roundup of ^the various county judges' offices recently The Star reported that the work of obtaining easements from landowners for the %-million-dollar federal channel improvement project on Little Missouri' River and Ozan Creek seemed to be progressing satisfactorily. At that time all but three owners in Hempstead had sign..„ . ed up, and all but four in bridge abutment, and burst mtO| Nevada county — with reports lacking from Pike, Clark and flames. . Seven were hurt, and only the *jeroic efforts of a woman passenger saved some of them from burning to death. Who's going to pay the doctor and the hospital? It's a poor kind of citizenry and a wretched government which lets people crowd into a bus and travel down a public road nowadays without the legal and financial protection which you naturally expect o£ paid transport. ,.,f. O-ur position will, of course, ^rike some people as harsh. But if you aren't in a position to help those Gravelly and Dardanelle people pay their medical bills then you're just making big talk and nobody is going to pay you any attention. Ouachita counties. The- Corps of Engineers, however, thinks the easement business is behind schedule and declares it is now threatening to delay the federal job. The following news release from Corps headquarters in Vicksburg was received by The Star in Sunday's mail. Vicksburg, Miss., Dec. 12, — The construction of the flood- control project for : the Little Missouri River Basin was authorized by the Flood-'Control Act of August 18, 1941. This project, multiple-purpose and Reservoir, Alabama Stale Attorney Faces Murder Charge The President called the GOP leaders to the White House to outline the administration's 1955 legislative proposals. Eisenhower had indicated in advance — though he did not say so specifically —the meeting Will deal with domestic GALVESTON Tex. — Ala- issues. In announcing plans for the meeting at his news conference last Wednesday, the President also disclosed Democratic leaders who will be in charge of the new Con gress will join Republicans at a conference tomorrow to discuss foreign policy. The chifef executive pledged aftei the November elections, which bama's attorney general, Silas Gar- gave the Democrats control, there "" vould be by partisan consultation in international affairs. At that time the President also said he intended to confer with ,he Democrats on domestic issues, iince then the White House has placed less emphasis on that phase of the program. Ill, today was served with 'a' fugitive warrant charging he killed Albert L. Patterson attorney general • elect of Alabama. Farrett is being treated for a mental and physical condition at a hospital here. BOWLSFUL OF DISTINCTION — Georgia Tech's*, captain, Larry Morris, lines up four pigskins in Atlanta. Ga., to smybo Ize participation in his fourth major bowl game. He'll take the field against Arkansas In the Cotton Bowl classic at Dallas, Texas., New, Year's Day. Morris played in three previous once-m-a-fotball- Ifetime games: two Orange and one Sugar Bowl events. — NEA Telephoto , _4&n&u^ x ' '^'/'^ } ' .-X+lr ' 'ill. I </ v * . "^ 4^ * .*'» NPS$? Arrests Made *in Washington, Ozan Wrecks Arkansas State Police Jnve^sti- gated two accidents on Highway No. 4, at Washington and Ozan over the weekend. Saturday afternoon Ira Hendrix Jr., 22-year-old Nashville Negro, Jpst control of the auto which b« Wtas driving, hit a bread truck and careened smacls into the Jones 'Merchantile Store at Ozan. Hendrix was charged with driving while intoxicated. Two companions, Mabel Palmer and Mos» Coulter were charged with drunk- Patrolman Guy Downing enness. State said the car smashed into the Meyer's bread truck which was 2' feet off of the road, then hit the j^orthwest corner of the store Several persons were in the store at the time but fortunately nobody was injured. Driver of the truck, Harold Williams, was not in the vehicle. The impact cracked the brick wall of the store and broke two windows. The auto was demolished. About 5:40 p. m. Sunday a collision at the stoplight in Washington brought the arrest of Cleatus -Scoggins. Nashville Rt. 3, and Har- Muldrey of 205 Brown St. Texarkana. State Patrolmen Tong said Scog gins, turned left under the light Just as it changed and failed to give a signal. He said Muldrew. traveling north, was going too fast The autos collided with considerable damage to both. Scoggins was charged with failure to signal a left turn and Muldrew %yas charged with speeding. Travis Ward also helped in the nvestigation, includes the Narrows Dam completed in June 1951; channel improvements and levee repairs along Terre Noire Creek, which were completed in April 1948; and channel improvement on the Little 'Missouri River below Murfreesboro, Arkansas, approximately 94 miles :rom that point to the mouth and on the lower 15 miles of Ozan Creek. This channel improvement will involve construction of 31 cut-offs on the Little Missouri River and 20 cut-offs on Ozan Creek. The main purpose of this improvement work is to increase channel capacities to reduce flood heights and duration of overflows, especially during the crop-growing season. Funds for the construction of the channel improvement work on these two streams were included in the fiscal year 1955 appropriations, and the Vicksburg District, CE, is now engaged in the preparation of plans and specifications for the work. There is, however, a problem connected with the beginning of this construction. That is the pT-ob- lem of rights of way. The counties of Hempstead, Pike, Clark, .Nevada and Ouachita, through the county judges, have the responsibility of acquiring the necessary rights of way and making that right of way available for construction. The GALVESTON, Tex Iff) Ala bama officers tolay awaited a certified copy of a grand jury indictment they need to serve a fugitive warrant on their stale's attorney general The official, Silax Garrett III, is a central figure in the Phenix City,, Ala,. cleanup. He is in a Galveston hospital where doctors says he is "too ill to be moved." She Galveston News quoted an attorney, who declined to permi* use of his name, as saying the war rant charged first-degree mur der Asst Galveston County Atty Jack Callahan said Sheriff Lam.ar Murphy of Russell County, Ala Was refused a fugitive warran Saturday because he lacked a cer ;tified copy of the indictment Cal iahan' said he understood th ccop} B coming by.: plane ., ' K -- ':,•-••/•>'-•, Two persons are under arrest in le murder last June 18 of the ominee for Alabama attornc-.y gen- ral, Albert L Patterson, who rusaded against vice. They are former chief deputy sheriff, Alert Fuller, and a suspended pros- cuting attorney, Arch Ferrell A third indictment was returned n the case, but the name of the ccused person won't be disclosed until-he is arrested. Callahan refused to say what the Alabama indictment charges He aid that Alabama state law for- ids making public the name of an ndicted man before he is ar- ested\and "it is up to the Ala- Dama officers to say" HE'S ALLERGIC TO CHRISTMAS — Scott Garrison, 10, of Santa Fe N. M., holds the only Christmas free he can have — a clastic one -—as he recovers from a brush with a live evergreen at school Scott hates the Christmas season, not because he's a stand-in for Scroogs, but because he's allergic to evergreens, Christmas candy, and the smell of mothballs which often emanates from Santa's suit. Easter is out for him, too. Easter eggs make him violently ill. — NEA Telephoto •' Newspapermen, Though They Often Report Bloodshed, Do Themselves, Bleed Too counties also have the responsibility for maintaining the channels after construction in order that they retain the carrying capacity of the new channel. Each of these counties has given Assurances of Cooperation, required by the law, that the counties will: a. Provide, without cost to the U. S. government, all land, easements, and rights of way, necessary for the construction of the project. b. Maintain and operate all work after completion, c. Hold and save the U. S. from damages due to the construction works. The affected counties have already started securing the rights of way but the slow progress made up to the present date indicates that the advertising and award of the construction contract may seriously delay, the project. Gifts you As on flft Might jut* qs ngt been bought. Improvement streams will of tljese complement two the By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK WI —I wish Ernie Pyle were alive to write this story. It is about the dedication today cf the Memorial Press Center here in New York for 82 newsmen and women who died serving, ns our faith goes, "a fresh press in a free world." Ernie Pyle, of course, can't be there. His elfin smile is about midway between the picture of -Webb Miller, the brilliant United Pre.ss correspondent killed in a blackout accident in darkened London in 1940, nnd Bob Capa, regarded by many as the' greatest combat photographer of this time. Bob bumped into a land mine this year in Indochina, while trying to grab another cf the shots he was famous. for. Like Ernie before him, his good es and mail burned for several friend, he wore his luck too far, hours with members of the Hope Death took in his passing a won- Fire Department aiid railway wor- derful Hungarian .smile, a fine kers finally getting it out but not artist, and a lousy poker player. | before all the contents of the car benefits now being provided by the completed Narrows Dam and, together with the Dam, will provide Fire Destroys 400 Sacks of Mail Here Over 400. sacks o£ Christma mail were destroyed here today i a. Missouri Pacific baggage ca fire which was discovered on Trai No. 4 as it pulled into Hope aboi 5:15 a. m. Railway employes said the car had been opened in Texarkana less than an hour previously but workers saw no sign of a blaze. The smouldering sacks of packag- Sees fiy RAY- StePHENS^'l Christmas Not Much Behind Iron Curtain VIENNA IflChristmns will not amount to much for 70 millions in Communist East Europe this year Communism supposedly hhs let! up n little in its persecution of the church and there are supposed to be more luxury goods available in the state-run stores But all indications irom the Communist press are that Russia's Communist satellites are going ahead with long-range plans to eliminate Christmas entirely In the schools ot Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria, the children' are being taught their parents ate wrong; The Red star of communism not the Star of Bethlehem, is ,the important thing Family celebrations ot Christ- mps are being discouraged There will be fur trees in the streets of Warsaw, Prague and Budapest, but they will be known "New Year's trees," or "winter identified bUef-tloned shortly Before day in ihfe stove wood r clu6 attractive Mrs. Milton', & State Trooper said " row tbnn we wefe this terday," :$ By RAY STEPHENS BR1NKLEY, Alfc UH possibility.that the "ft daughter qf Brit'*-'-'- a Fuller saw her lobmed today. , ' '" Police Chiet Frank said the little girl, Mary: him, that, "t savv, the" mamma.", ^i , . However.,the-c had not questioned the';< ly, and-he seen—" *~ -' may be,only,a the little ,{• -' killer. ' * f-f ,> > '„ '&'t«~jm Mrs. Fullejfj >25*yeaM6a| Bank Can Use Advertising, Court Rules trees" There will be parties Brinkley's A Fuller, was cticlt of jftQ^ her, modest ,htJ»«6>i dawn yesterday. '>'«,» .&$& Her .husband,4o)cVpo1icfs „ ». , « i * ^v '..i.rf* i ' j 'i»ii»»s*«y found, his wakened by the fell from 'her.,'..beeU*J asleep OK -a lor the By LE<JN HATCH. LITTLE ROCK (#) The Ar- Tonight in an unusual television show all 82 will be honored between 8 and 9:30 EST over the NBC network. It is sponsored by RCA and the Fort Motor Co., but benefits to some 93,000, acres in 5 jthough it is a tribute to reporters the flood plain downstream frorn' w h 0 knock at portals beyond our Narrows Dam. The total estimated .present knowing many of us in the cost of the Little Missouri River and Ozan Creek projects is -$589,000. Reds Work on Atom Electric Stations CONDON Wt Moscow radio said today that Soviet engineers ore "working on designs of atomic- poweied electric stations of 50 to 1QO thousand kilowatts newspaper business think the public will find it worth watching. We hope it will have both heart knoqks and fu;i in it, but naturally we must wait and se,e about that, Among the performers who are contributing their art arid time are Bob Hope, Sid Cac-sr.r, Martha Raye and John Daly. As of this writing a great soldier were almost completely destroyed. No, 4 was northbound out of Fprt Worth, Texas. The burning car Was, put off to a side track near the Missouri Pacific Depot in Hope and the. train continued on its way. No local v mail was involved. Firemsn a,lso reported very slight damage tq a Negro residence on Short Street about 9UQ test nl^M. Children, playing with matches set fire to some curtains but the blaze was qu^kjy bvpufiht under fgntroi Because the Bari> Owl eats many rodents it is Considered one p£ the qf pvpy, PrescottV Junior Firemen toConference A contingent of Junior firemen of Prescott will attend a soecial lunior fire marshal's school at Tearkana, Arkansas, Tuesday, December 14. Schools from Hempstead, Howard, Lafayette, Little River, Miller, and Sevier counties also will be represented at the meet. Carl Smalley executive secretary of the Arkansas State Fire Prevention Association, the organization sponsoring this and other similar schools over the state, will be in charge of the meeting. , Heading prescott's junior fire men is Charles Haynie, Jr., Junior Fire Marshall of the Prescott scho ols. Also attending will be his de puty fire marshals including Scot Weaver and James Roy Phillips deputies of the high school; Don Abbott, deputy of junior high schg pl; and Harold Bemis, deputy o Park Elementary school. They wi] be accompanied by Mayor Bll Ward, a volunteer on the Prescot Fire Department, and Burreli Whit marsh, assistant fire chief who i« advisor to the junior group. The morning session of Tues day's meeting will include lectur ?s on fire safety and fire preven tion, inspection of public buildings ahd other practices. The afternoon session will include a tour of som public buildings in Texarkana a which time hazards will be points out by Mr. Smalley. Several otfte cities are expected to be represen ted at the meeting by their junja lire' marshals and deputies. Duties of the junior firemen in elude supervision of the, fire drills checking school buildings for fU' hoards and working with the tea chers and students in an tion and information, program. y- ' •«.. , - • — T—-" • ' •«" •-•T-*«* In, American families where ther are yo«ng children the pha.nce taday that one Q< the parents wi die within a yeaT or less than I i kansas Supreme Court today heid Union National Bank of Little Rock could u?e newspaper and other advertising to ,advise prospective customers to consult wills thoir own attorneys before seeing ihe bank on administration on trust matters : The ruling was made in n substitute opinion for one delivered Oct. 1-1 when the court forbade the bftfik^to "engage in the unuathbT* ized praclic§, of law " - , t The court held in both opinions that some practices of the bank in estates, trusts ' and other matters about whicn the Arkansas Bar Association had complained constituted unauthorized practice; thht others which the association also protested did not. Except for several paragraphs near the end, the two opinions were identical. In the original opinion, the Su- reme Court Chancellor Guy Wil sms erred in refusing to forbid le advertising. Taking another look, the court aid that Williams was right; that he advertising didn't urge pros- ective patrons to see the bank's, rust officers who arc licensed at- orneyc as the original decision ad indicated, but consult with the ndividual's own lawyers. The Supreme Court also modi- Sed the earlier opinion to make it Jear that the bank was not for- 'id.den to prepare inventories and ccounts in connection with admin- stration of estates arid' trusts. The court said that the' bank "of ourse has a right to use its books .nd facilities to compile data necessary" for such documents, and 'to actually prepare and draft the ame." The court added that "It is 1he presentation of said instruments in :ourt and <he invocation/of the kidc in schools and in the halls of Communist organizations But'they will be held around Jan 1- In them, the children will see films t-bout the Soviet Union and puppet chows in which American soldiers and bankers are the "bogeymen 1 ! -There will be special holiday radio programs fcr children but mostly devoted to,the Communist concepts of "peace and.friend- ship" The exchange of gifts Is being frowned on Gifts, said a Polish newspaper, are "decadent capitalism" Czech mothers 4 haye, been advised not to , send packages to their soldier sons "They have\already enough to oat and packages will only sooll them, 1 * > said' thji room atthem Helen and her 18-month- Kathy were > a b'edrbo Ing their molhbrs. 4'/ Fuller, told, police ^I Continued" onjl»a' 1QQ, says, the statistical ment of 1% Metropolitan Life Jn. court's processes thereon, and not the preparation thereof, that constitute s the unauthorized prae- ice of law." The Supreme Court ruled that d Tramble. 7 2-ye ar-old widower, is the owner of two lots in Blytheville againrl the adverse claim of his brothers-in-law, Oliver Continued on Page Two Lattimqre's Attorney Asks Dismissal By KARL R. BAUMAN WASHINGTON Wi Owen LatU' move's attorneys sought in court arguments today to knock out a new two count indictment against the controversial Far Eastern spe .rialist , They contended In advance briefs that "the sole issue . . . . would be Lattimore's opinion of his opinions," but U. S, Dist., Atty. Leo A Rover replied that the la gal attack on the indctmnt "can be reduced to an objection to the mere fact that he was indicted" The hearing sent Rover once more before Dist Judge Luther W Youngdahl, whom ho had 1 ac cused earlier in an affidavit of having "a fixed personal bias and prejudice" in favor of Lattimore and against the government Youngdahl struck Rover's afffda- vil from the record as "scandalous" and -efusod to 'disqualify himself from hearing the case The new indictment alleges that Lattimore lied when he told the Senate Internal Security subcom- communities, /ac are' being f hl^rt' stories, radio" bro,adc'f $1 Paul 1 Re\ eres^. ta^ sounde rades * posters, ' S-D Day ( .Jt;is' spons Fresdlenl's' .'Action 'iC.b Highway; Safety^ J The purpose is eccidents* greatly .to,<shp§ ___ i __ jj?_,, rnu« viiuy.'WS mittee in 1932 that he er been a follower he (1) pf th 1) had nev- e Commu can be done >'.. . , not be'en. specified least, is'a * big', sjasft'. no accidents at ajl l > . , The committee haslet munity '"make 1 its .own,* 1 arrangements Some,'-'. 1 ? doing very little;"" ing a ' major ,t never has been it ' ' Many.' ... r other cities Thousand*' oj, ..,.,,.,„,. sticker ;shave',,been,. r djisj Plans '—"* T ""*~ 1 - J "~"• church --.,.., k , p!0as through' to pause 1 '.and., An ehows have' dpnJ3;'$nd Washington/, - rade o" caskets, traffip : Columbia nist line and (2) had never beep a promoter of Communist • interests More than nine million people in the United States hav e some for 'mof heart disease, • All Around the Town •y Th* »Ur Stuff Surely hope I had no mail or 1 body wants to hurt a Qhiid and Christmas package in that, bag- * ' ' "~ ""' gage car that was destroyed by 1st fire this morning. hundreds of Christmas packages went. up In smoke, meaning a lot of people will miss that gift. Razorback Captain Bobby Proctor gave that "Spoie-Pig" yell for millions of TV viewers Saturday night when he was a guest on Herb Shriner's show ^long with Mississippi and Duke's bowl team captains and the bowl queens were guests also including Miss R.Qzan Carter of Hazen, Arkansas , ... the six won a neat $l,80Q and were guests of Old Gold foilawlng the show at a New York njght snot Every driver nibst cojn,e to j) full stop when a school tws stpps on the Highway. State , , Tong -warned t9 da X lojlqwing a* rest pf two motorists. . . , the no excuse, tf foe feus stop?, J»U ttc must stop feati) way? unwl iw this statewide law is lor their pro- iection, , Fire Chief Pap WiUis was very pleased with the 'Muscular DystrP phy drive Friday night net ted $124.80. ... if the, firemen miss ed your house and yow want tp don ate, please call the Fire Department and one 9! the bpya wW plcjs it up. peputteS Brown and, d &S , mpon,?W»e *'»! Friday troygd south 4f SprwdsM ing to 38 the number pjt liquor s. destroyed ' ment in two years An 1 installed.'SQQB in Bank building, t today by'|f. JP r „ , Brick Works, f0.wjjej; ^ "Wp *"" " ^ }n button is, tnsta«ed service it will j&a. jCl&ti'/^iL-kslslke^ this, morning a^J through, SijtHrdJiy.' over m Kudu the cpi|atjf a eawpte ct itnd it's not likely the toul w

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