Plying Word«" BoyS flying kites hnul In their whlto- wingrt} birds But yo\i cnn't. do thnt with flying words. Careful with fire is good ndvleo we know, ; careful with doubly so. words ten limes unexpressed sometime* fait back dead, But God Himself can't kill them when once Ihoy ore said.— Selected. Honoring Mrs. Howard Dyers, „ Thanksgiving bride, Mrs. J. T. West nnd Miss Untile Anne Foild, enter- tnlrfcd at o very delightful Shower-Teh on Saturday afternoon at their hps- pltrible homo on Division street. The guests were received at the door by Misses Mnry Billlngsley and Helen McRao, Miss Bettj Burton of LewH- ville directed them to the cloak room, Mrs C C Spragms introduced them to tho receiving line which included Mrs. West, Mrs. Howard Byers, Miss Hattie Anne Fcilcl, Mrs. R, M. Patterson, Mrs. R. L. Byers, Mrs. J. W. Patterson, Mrs. Fred R. Harrison, Mils Helen Betts and Miss Rcna Witt of Mt. Ma. Mrs. West was gowned in a 'blue lace ensemble, the honorco wore a stunning model of black velvet, with sliver trimming',, her coisage, gift of the bridegroom, was of brides roses and ferns. Miss Feikl wore a handsome afternoon gown of while satin With accordion. pleated skirl, floor length* The recdptmn suite was elftborftfely decoi-ated with Joanna mil roses qnd yellbWchrysanthemiims gracefully 'arranged from every point of ynnuige In this handsome Jiome holding' so many beautiful permanent fill Ings, making a lovely" background for this unusually pretty party. The guests were directed inlb the dining foort by Mrs. B. C. Hyatt and Miss Mabel Ethrldge. The lace .covered dining tflble was centered with a frosted crystal epergne nestled among frosted holders holding yellow Talisman* rose-buds and .lacy ferns. Four LADIES SPECIALTTTHO~P Cough* Beware tougns from common colds That Hang On No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial Irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulslon. Berlous trouble may be browing and you cannot afford to take a chance with anything less than Creomul- slon, which goes right to the seat of the trouble to aid nature to >o(he and heal the inflamed mem- fanes as the germ-laden phlegm loosened and expelled.' ' Even if other remedies have failed, don't be dlscouragedi your druggist is authorized to. guarantee Creomulsion and to refund your money if you are not satisfied with results from the very first bottle. Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.) TONIGHT Show at 8:00 Doors Open 7:30 Tuesday 2: 30 Matinee Without any doubt the biggest picture thrill for 1035! handsome prism holders held tall burrtlng tapers. A large vase of Joanna Hill roses graced the buffet. Extending the courtesies In the dining room were Mrs. Alfred Brannan, Mrs. Albert Graves, Mrs. Dick Wat- Mrs. William Glover, Miss Alice Berriier, Miss Pansy Wimberly, Miss Elizabeth White.' Dispensing hospital- ty in the library and living room were Mrs. Clyde Hill, Mrs. W. Y. Foster, VIrs. 0. A. Graves,- Mrs. Frank Miles, VTrs. Mary Lemley, Mrs. Harry Lemley and Mrs, Kendall Lemley, Mrs. R. firoach,-Mrs. F. R. Johnson, Miss Ruth" Taylor and Mrs. William Duck- filt. The honoree received anunlbor of lovely gifts. ^ \^ Miss Betty Burton of Lewisville was the week end guest of Mrs. J, T. Wes and- Miss 'Hattio Anne Poild. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young were the week end guests of friends in tin city, en route from a visit with Mr Young's mother, in Kansas City to Iheir home in Atlanta, Ga., where Mi- Young is in his. senior year in the medical department of Emery university. Mrs. William Glover and little son Dorsey David, of Malvcrn, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dorsc'y McRac. Mrs. J. T. West and Miss Hattie Anne Fcild left Sunday morning for a short visit with Talbot Feild Jr., in Dallas, Texns. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Porterfield and Miss Josie Anderson of Little Rock spent the week end visiting with relatives and friends in the city. Rommel Young of Kansas City was the week end guest of Luther Hollamon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Anderson and daughter, Ann, of Little Rock, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Locke announce the arrival of a little daughter, Carolyn Irene, Sunday, December 8, in their home on South Shover street. .. The Alathean and Gleaners, classes of the .First Baptist Sunday school, will entertain,: at a Christmas party," Tuesday evening at 7:30 at tho home of Rev. and Mrs. Wallace Rogers. All members are requested to bring a dime present for the tree. ter96«, Mts. Heni'y Waynes, Mrs. S. C. Hyatt, Mrs. Ernest Still, Miss Hatlle Anns F*eild, Miss ffellle Porter «nt! Miss Mabel Elhrlrlga. The honoree was presented With a lovely gift. The December meeting of the Mnd- with FftANCHOT WATCH- Big Doings FRI. NITE *««g o 13 Mrs. Mac Duffie and Mrs. Anna Duffle were Monday visitors in Hot Springs. Miss Ethel Rose who has spent the past several days with relatives and friends in the city left Monday for her home in LaFeria, Texas. The Oglcsby P. T. A. will hold its regular monthly meeting at 3:30 Tuesday afternoon at the Oglesby school. This will be a social meeting and all the members are urged to be present. A very charming luncheon was given on Saturday at Hotel Barlow, with Miss Helen Betts honoring Mrs. Howard Byers a recent bride. The table was beautifully appointed, centered with a huge bowl of gorgeous yellow chrysanthemums, dainty place cards stressing the bridal motif bore the names of the honoree, the hostess, Mrs. R. M. Patterson, Mrs. J. W. Pat- rlgal Music club was held at the of Mrs, R. M. LaGrone on Saturday afternoon, with the president, Mifes tynn Bnylo&s presiding, The minutfe: of the previous meeting and tho roll coll given by the secretary Mifes Evelyn Briant. Buring (.he business meeting tnlks were made by Mrs. L6- Grone and Mrs. Minor Gordon, cliib sponsors, nlso by Mrs. J, C. Carltoh, president of the Friday Music club, Mrs. -John Wellborn read Iho constl- lulion nnd it. wns voted to hold the meetings at the Hope High School dn Ihe first Friday in each month. The following program was rendered: Talk Trumpets and Bells, Mrs. Carlton; violin solo, Cnrloen Bruner; piano solo, Nell Williams, The program closed with carol singing by tho club. On Friday afternoon, October 31, Mrs. J. C. Carllon, president of the Friday Music club, organized a Juvenile Music club, composed of children in tho 4th, 5th and 6lh grades of school, Tho following officers were elected: President, John Robert Hamilton; vice president, Elizabeth Rea Higgins; secretary, Mary Ross Mc- Facldin; treasurer, Kenneth Crank. Twenty members fire enrolled, and this club is sponsored by the Friday Music club, the Federation dues and the subscription to the Bulletin being paid by the Friday music club. Spon tors from the Friday Music club are Mrs. Clyde Monts and Miss Mary Louise Keith. Certificates of membership into the National Federation of Juvenile clubs has jbeen received from Mrs. Julia Ober, national juvenile counsellor. The Juvenile Music club on December 6th held a most interesting meeting, with all the officers present, and a splendid attendance o! members. The following program was given: Opening song, "Jingle Bells,' by the club; piano duet, "Morning Prayer, Slrebbin, Catherine Sterling and Mrs. J. C. Carlton; violin duet "Silent Night." John Robert anr. Ophelia Hamilton; piano solo, "Lullaby," by Elizabeth Wiggins; piano solo, Betty Monts. Story, "How the Custom of Sending Christmas Cards Originated." Mrs. Carlton. Miss Harriet Story was appointed choral spon- son, Mrs. J. O. Milam assistant choral sponsor for both juvenile clubs, stcry, "How the Custom of Sending Christmas Cards originated," Mrs, Carlton. Miss Harriet Story was appointed choral sponsor, Mrs. J. O Off Ual Ribbon to Mrs. Edgar BHaftt, Pat Cleburne President, Makes Presentation Mrs, C, S. Lowthorp, was presented Wilh s the official, ribbon of Division rjast presidents of the United Datigh- tprs of the Confederacy, at a meeting o'f Pat Cleburno Chapter last Thursday afternoon at" the homo of Mrs. L W. Young. In presenting the ribbon, Mrs. Ecl- gnr Briantj president of Pat Cleburne chapter, said: "Ms Lowthoip, a past president of the Arkansas Division, you are entitled to wear this beautiful White, red and while ribbon. "For two years you werb faithful and diligent in the office and j>ou have earned'the'right to wear this ribbon and to receive this honor, "You; were a well loved president. One prominent woman in the Arknn- Sa's Division sflid she was sorry there Was a time limit to the office, as she Wishes you could hold it for life. "The members of Pat Cleburne. 'hapter and the people of Hope, are iroud Of the honors that have come o you, This was exemplified when! He Choral club of the Friday Music! Club arid Several members of this chapter* chartered n bus and made he trip to Hot Springs on the opening light Of the General Convention, when you presided. I have heard many complimentary remarks about you on 'hat occasion. "The members Stew at Patmos The Lpne Star Cowboys of KWKH Shreveport will be presented in a fliuslcal porgram, Wednesday night, December 11, at Patmos, according to H F Rider The program will be given in the High schdbl auditorium. Part of the proceeds will go to the senior class. Milam assistant choral both juvenile clubs. sponsor for CAR GLASS CUT AND GROUND TO FIT ANY CAR BRYAN'S Used Parts 411 South Laurel Street On October 25th, Mrs. J. C. Carlton, president of the Friday Music club or- [anizcd a Juvenile club, known as the McDowell club, composed of students n the 7th, 8th and 9th grades in school. The following officers were elected: President. Ejurgher Jones; vice president, Marian Smith; secre- .nry, Sarah Ann Holland; treasurer, J. T. Luck. Twenty members are enrolled, and all Federation dues and subscriptions have been paid by the Friday Music "club, with sponsors from he club being Mrs. J. C. Carlton and Vfrs. J. R. Williams. The McDowell Vlusic club perfected the organization at the first meeting in November, al- son held an interesting program on November 19, with the following pro- ram on December 3. Piano duet,"Up o Date March," June Hairston and Mrs. J. C. Carlton. S'ong, "Arkansas," by the club. Piano solo, "Serenade," Smith, by Martha Houston. Band Ensemble, Wallace Van Sickle, trumpet; J. T. Luck, trombone; E. P. Young, cornet; Marian Smith, clarinet. Reading by Frances Jean Williams. J. T. Jones of Cleveland, Ohio, is tvisiting his mother, Mrs. B. M. Jones, and family. Mr. Jones is connected with the Keystone Publishing company of Cleveland. B. M. Jones of Little Rock, spent Sunday visiting with Mrs. Jones and family. Mussolini Speaks (Continued from page one) pletc agreement of France and Groat Britain on a joint plan, for the first time. Up to now, Italy was regarded YOUR PERSONAL APPEARANCE Menus a Lot and Can Cost So Little DRESSES Beautifully cleaned the Odorless Way. It's Bettor! Men's Felt Hats Cleaned in Our Own Plant Hall Brothers Phone 385 ! as having counted on differences between the French and British viewpoints to save the Fascist kingdom from further application of the League of Nations "penal code." Under the new formula, the negus would gel a seaport in Eritrea. Italy would retain part of the territory she has conquered near the borders of Eritrea and Somaliland, her two East African colonies. Territorial concessions to Italy would embrace the northwestern part of Ethiopia. This land would include Aduwa, but not the sacred city of Akt-uin, which now is in the hands of Fascist invaders. DANIEL GREEN Leisure Footwear $2.95 to $3.95 Nothing will please her mure at Christina* thun a pair of exclusive Duiilel Green Slippers for her leisure hours or her afternoon bridge. Satin D'Orsays, Embroidered Crepes, Varigated Pastels—Solid Cplprs, Blacks. We Have a Gorgeous Selection qf Luxurious ROBES to Match. LADIES SPECIALTY SHOP of ' Pat Cleburne hapler are proud to claim you as heir 6wn and it gives me great pleasure to present this ribbon to you, on their behalf." One Dead and 30 Missing in Flood Swollen Streams Bear Down on City of Houston During Week-End HOUSTON, Texas— (f?)— Rain-swollen streams poured into northwest Houston Sunday night and spread over Harris county, leaving one dead, more than 30 persons missing and causing damages exceeding $1,000,000. Near East Bernard, Texas, Arnold Holub, 26, of Day City, fell from a bridge railing into West Bernard river and was drowned. No word had been received from 30 residents at Dunn's sawmill in the area overflowed by Cypress creek. Buffalo bayou at 5 p. m. had risen five feet above its record level during the disastrous flood here in 1929 and was rising eight inches an hour. The water swept into hundreds of homes here and roared into the basements of Christmas-stocked stores and warehouses. An unidentified, men was reported, drowned near the MiJam street via-, duct. A witness said the man "appeared to be swimming toward a post sticking up from the water when he suddenly disappeared beneath the water." Reports from points 10 to 20 miles above the city limits indicated the crest was nearing the city. In other sections of the county, streams were falling along their up- 3cr reaches. Flood waters from the eastern sec- ion of the county, pouring into Buf- 'alo bayou below the city and into the San Jacinto river, were spreading over owlands from opposite Pasadena to Morgan's point. The Red Cross was caring for 300 lomeless people, most of them forced 'rom their homes in the Shady Acres and other suburban residential districts northwest of the city. All-Time Record Hit by Chevrolet 108,876 Cars, Is All-Time November Peak for Company DETROIT, Mich.—Chevrolet Motor company Monday reported a production total of;l$8,876 units in November, exceeding 1 the previous record for any November in the history of the company by more than 60,000. The extraordinary increase in n period that heretofore has been one of the industry's low-production months is credited by the company to the effect of this year's introduction of new models in November, instead of in January, as has been the practice. Besides breaking all November records, last month's total of 108,876 units also exceeds by more than 17,000 units the highest January record in Chevrolet history, thus setting a new high total for the first month's production of newly inroduced models. Reports from'dealers so far received ,are sufficient to indicate'that November will set a 'new record in retail sales by a large margin. The 108,876. units built during Nb- vember included the production of the company's 10 assembly plants in the United States, its export plant at Bloomfield, N. J., and 4279 cars built Ont., for the Canadian at Oshawa, trade. As indicating the effect of the early introduction of new models, Chevrolet executives pointed out that November has been exceeded in production thi; year by only three other months April, June and July It was announced also that during December production will be main taincd at the same high rate established last month. Absolute Zero Is to Be Measured Electrical Instrument Will Reach Unattained "459.6 Below Zero" California Faces Taxpayers' Revolt Income, Sales, and Chain- Store Taxes Face Initiative Petitions Copyright Associated Press BERKELEY, Cal.-(#>)-A thermometer to measure the last degree of temperature, from one down to absolute zero where heat ceased to exist, is under development at the University of California. TJje instrument has been developec toriead accurately- down, to one-tent) of "a degree, by W: F; Giauque, professor of chemestry, and Dr. D, P MasDougall. Never before has there been an accurate scale for the last degree. For in this last step in cold fantastic things sometimes happen. Absolute zero is 459.6 below, Fehren- heit, or 273 below, centigrade. No ordinary methods will register this last degree. Professor Giauque solves the problem by use of electrical inductance. A coil of wire is placed around the cold apparatus, but is thermally isolated from it by mean? of a high vacuum. An alternating electrical current is run through the coil. This current is sensitive to the "last degree," that is, impedance to flow of the' current through the coil increases as the temperature is lowered. Card of Thanks We wish to express our deepest appreciation to the many friends who were' so kind and thoughtful during the illness and death of our husband and father. May our Comforter be yours at all times. Mrs. S. F. Huntley and children. jmmiimiiiiimiimnmiiimimuiiiiiii =Does Your Roof Leak?= SACRAMENTO, Cal.—(/P)—A reve- =O"e month or rain costs Hope cit-= me problem bearing earmarks of n 5k e »s more than one year's fire§ nxpayers' revolt Sunday confronted 5"" ma S c - S. California officials struggling with a 5 Wo Cn " Fix a Got)l1 Boof - 3 - - - - — We Can Help au Old One. ( = = Sullivan Const. Co. | record-breaking 5426,000,000 beneficial budget. Foes of the state's income tax claimed some 300,000 signers to an initiative petition designed to put on the ballot the question of repeal. Only 187,000 certified signers are necessary. Enemies of the 3 per cent sales tax, intended to raise approximately $120,- Rectifiration of the Somaliland fron- I 000.000 biennially, have qualified an , tier in the South is contemplated, with Mussolini getting part of Ogadan province. Along with a seaport—probably As- sab, in the lower Eritrea—Selassie would receive a strip of land through Italian territory to link his kingdom and the ocean. This port would be connected to Addis Ababi by railway or by motor road, whichever the negus desires. The proposition makes it clear that each government—Italy and Ethiopia- must have adsolute sovereignty over the territory it acquires or retains. Authorities said the plan would be submitted to Emperor Haile Selassie and to the League of Nations, as well as to Mussolini. Baron Pompeo Aloisi. II Duce's principal League of Nations envoy, may be invited to Paris or Geneva to bring Mussolini's answer on whether or not the dictator is ready to talk terms on such a basis. If he is ready, actual negotiations will start before December 12, when the League Sanctions Committee is to meet in Geneva to discuss an oil embargo against Italy. Lady: "I want to see some kid gloves for my eight-year-old daughter, please." Polite Clerk: kid?" Lady: "Sir!" "Yes Ma'am, white initiative for its repeal. An initiative to repeal a chain store tux that would have produced $4,000,- j 000 every two years also has qualified for a vote. Last week brokers 'refused to bid on $2,000,000 worth of state warrants issued to finance December unemployment relief. Other public expressions against expenditures have appeared in the defeat of local bond issues, although state authorities said this ordinarily was not a factor in opposition to state (EIX measures. William Randolph Hearst, the publisher, has announced the closing of i his California residences to escape the j income tax burden. | Defeat of the three challenged tax j measures would mean the loss of some $140,000,000 revenue in two years —about one-third of the budget. With- ( cut considering this possible setback, the state stands to go $76.000.000 into the red this biennium. Heaviest opposition has been to the personal income levy, which ranges from one to 15 per cent of net income with reductions comparable to tho federal law except that no credit for earned income is permitted. However, under California's community property law, a man and his wife may file separate returns on community income and gain "a very substantial reduction," gay experts. iimiiiimiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiimiuiim $50 to $500- AUTO LOANS On Cars and Trucks Highest Prices Paid for COTTON TOM KINSER GIFT SUGGESTIONS Billfolds, Bibles, Testaments, Toilet Sets, Electrical Gifts, Candy and Many Others JOHN S. GIBSON Drug Company "The REXALL Store" Phone Gl! Hope, Ark. Established 1885 Free Instruction to Amateurs Here Al Rhodes Brills Boxers, Wrestlers for County Tournament Twenty prospects for H&mpslead county nrtiatcur boxing ahd wrestling teams went through a light workout Sunday afternoon at Fair park under the direction of Al XDusty) Rhodes, instructor. Practice sessions will continue for several days before the start of an elimination tournament to decide county .champions. Promoter Bert Mauldin announced Monday that he had suspended professional bouts temporarily and would stage an all-amateur show Wednesday night, There will be no charges. The public is invited to attend. The arena has a sealing capacity of 500 or more. The card for Wednesday night had not been completed Monday, but will be announced possibly Tuesday. Amateur athletes interested in wrestling or boxing and wishing to compete in the county tournament may get in touch with either Promoter Mauldin or Mr. Rhodes. The bouts Wednesday night will have no bearing on the tournament. Several shows will probably be staged before the tourney gets underway. Amateur athletes will be given free instruction by Mr. Rhodes. The Shover Springs Hdrtfe stration club met with Mrs. -Alta ner Thursday December 5. Mrs. Oar* ner read the 19 Psalm for the devotional The model prayer was tHen repeated in unison. Minutes were read by the secretary and approved, Roll call was answef ed with a Christmas greeting. During the business 'meeting Miss Alford called for suggestions for the coining year's dertdnstratlons. The program was as follows: Song "Hold Night." Luke 2sMO read by Mrs V. M. England. Poem, "A Visit From Saint Nicholas," Mrs. fi Aaton. Poem, "At Christmas," Mrs. Sid Skinner. Song, "Joy to the World. Christmas presents were exchanged. Miss Alford discussed , the mixing and cooking of cookies then gave as several recipes. ' For the ensuing year the first meeting will be with Mrs. V. M. England January 16. Henry's Chapel Mr and Mrs. Wylic Fail-child and daughter Maurice and grand son Sonny, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wright of Rocky Mound spent 'Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ellis and daughter Clara. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Conway of Emmet moved into the house with Mrs. Dottie Bearden and son Glendon Monday where they will make their home for the next year. Mr. and Mrs. Parrish Fincher spent the week-end with her parents of Bluff Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hamilton of Prescott spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ellis. Carl Ellis, Earl Fincher and Nolen Lewallen went to McCaskill Monday to grade potatoes. Howard Fincher of Bodcaw spent the v/eek end with his grandmother and Mrs. Ethel Fincher and family. Mr. Lem Grisham of Bodcaw visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hunt and son Byrell Monday. Mr. and Mrs; Earl Fincher and daughter Patsy spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taulbee of Melrose. Clifton and Clinton East of Bluff Springs spent last Friday night with their sister I^r- ant * Mrs. ,Parrish Fincher. Willis Cobb made a business trip to Hope Saturday. R. M. 'Fincher and Howard Fincher spent last Sunday with Patsy Fincher. Clara Ellis spending the week with Mr.'and-Mrs. John Purtle of Guernsey helping them to move. Million Dollars From Sales Tax Returns on Arkansas 2% Law Are Averaging $235,000 Per Month LITTLE ROCK - Collections from the 2 per cent sales tax passed the $1,000,000 mark Saturday, it was said at the State Revenue Department. Tabulations for July, August, September arid October showed that collections averaged approximately $235,000 a monlh and tlntabulated returns received during the past week increased lotal receipts'to slightly more than $1,000,000, Revenue Commissioner Earl R. Wiseman said. Approximately $970,000 had been deposited in the state treasury, up to noon • Saturday and it was said that more than $30,r 000 in checks was on hand ready to be deposited as soon as the returns are audited. Collections on November sales began KJtelii tME GIFT for'All Kinds of ' INSURANCE' '$ &e * - * Roy Andetwti atid Company t ^ A""^jB l*ejJL> U» SIVftAl IN rout fANrtr KM "HOUR 'SUGAR 'COFFEE COOKIES, Etc. Beautifully Dteoroted In R«d, Green/or Cred*n WM1« IMfr.iASl Limit 3 10 e Cuitomr. HOPE HARDWARE COMPANY GIFST She Will Cherish EVENING IN PARIS ' Toilet Sets in the beautiful blue silver Gift Boxes $1.50 to $8.75 EXQUISITE PERFUMES Cordnyd, Coty's Bourjois, Houbigwit, (1 Rogers, Gallctt and others $1.00 to $9.00 CUTEX MANICURE SETS In attractive gift boxes and leather zipper cases 50c to $3.5;0 DUSTING POWDER-Cdty's, Bourjois, Hudnwts ai»a~5thei's. %\M ,«,, Why not, give her a complete set o£ BARBARA GOULD Cosmetics, the favorite beauty treatment for 'thousands of women. ' You can get, n gift package for as low as ?1.00 John P. 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You will also know that you have given them the safest motor car ever built, for the new 1936 Chevrolet is the only low-priced car with New Perfected Hydraulic Brakes, Solid Steel Turret Top, and the other advantages listed here. See your Chevrolet dealer — today! CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT, MICHIGAN IMPROVED GLIDING KNEE-ACTION RIDE* the smoothest, safest rld« of all GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION In New Turret Top Ro4iff the mast beaulifuj and camforlob/f bodies ever created for a low-priced car SHOCKPROOF STEERING* making driving easier and safer than ever before ALL THESE FEATURES AT CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES '495 AND UP. Ai'sf pnVtf of New C-Qttjtv at Fliflt* Michi&un. With bumpw$. spure dV« anJ tire lock, the fist price it. f£0 adiiitional. *-Krit*~Action un Mailer AltwWii on/v, $20 additionui. Prices quoltd i/t thi* U(/I*TnVmcnf are ts( at t'tiin, Af icaitfun, afrJ subjed to c/jtuigtf without (feffce. CHEVROLET Young Chevrolet Co. Hope, Ark.
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