Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 11, 1954 · Page 4
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HdM StA«, H6PI, CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Offidfe bay J3efore Publication) WANT AD RATES Afl Want Adi Art ifoydbtt lit he* Cut Ads Win Be Accepted ... The T*l#phdn« And Accomo- -jttM Accounts Allowed With the UndBtttandlrig Trw Account Is Pay* "' What Statement li Rendered. Thrt* Rtx On* £»«yi Month to 85 I to tt 1.05 1.20 .00 ,1.20 '1.60 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 1.00 1.60 2.00 2.60 3.00 8.50 4.00 4.50 1.00 4.M 8.00 160 6.00 10.60 12.00 13.50 15.00 DISPLAY .He Ttm* ...._.„...„ 7Sc per lack r Time* .................. 60c per Inch j .—., - 60c per inch R<Jte*~e)uoted above ore for con- f UKUtfve" Insertion*. Irregular or iklp- f Uflt* adt will take the one-day rate. All dally classified advertising copy ill M accepted until 5 p.m. for , ,bbllcotlon tho following day. |'/Thrt publisher! reserve th« right M • -^-vlt* or edit all advertisement* of* " « for publication and to reject objectionabl* advertItlno tub' /Initial* of'on* or m6m tetter*. r ,_toupj or figure* luch as houte* J»r. telephone number* count o« one i §ope Star will not be resporf. for error* In Want Ad* unleti art called to our aMentton £IRST Insertion of ad and m ONLY the ONE Incorrect PHONE 7-3431 For Ren* 2 BEbROOM unfurnished houstf J318 Park Drive. $45.00 per month Photic 7-2441. l-{f FURNISHED Kitchenette Apart. fnenl. Downtown. Reasonable. Utilities paid. Phone 7-2261 or 7-22nf. Howard Houston, 9-.it Hardwood floods. Venetian blinds Near firookwood School. $37.50 a month. Phone 7-5850 after 5:.10 call 7-4360. 9.31 Announcements the Staf is authorised to aft- flounce that the following &t6 • candidates far public Office sub* iect to the action of the Democratic primary elections. Par Treasurer HARftY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS DWIGHT RIDGDILL UNFURNISHED House. 4 rooms' Nice Gin-age; Phone 7-4420. 9-Gt BEDHOOM for 7-3723. girls only. Phone 3 ROOM and bath. Unfurnished. Private entrance. Apply 412 North Main, p.jtt BteDROOM joining balh. 300~"Ka"fct 2nd Street. Lady preferred. Phone 7-5852. • fl.gt Fop County Clerk LDS MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG 4 ROOM and bath. Near Baptist Church at Emmet. J. R. ReyenKa Emmet, Arkansas. ii-3t OPE STAR NICE bedroom. Close-in. Adjoining bath. Beauty mattress. Private entrance. Phone 7-3593. ll-3t TWO rooms. Unfurnished apartment with private bath. Closc-I/i Phone 7-2205. 11-T1? Wonted TEN boys over 12 years old to hel distribute 10,000 heralds on "Sadi Thompson." Apply Manage Saenger Theatre. Feb. 10-3 Army Surplus FURNISHED Apartment 3 large rooms and bath. Close-In. Phone 7-2896 alter C p. in. ll-3t For Sale U$»*r of Hope 1899; i; ConiolWafgd January Pre.i 18, 1927 1929 [published every weekday afternoon by 'S> , STAR PUBLISHING CO. * : " C. E. Partner, President -, Alex H. Woihburn, Secy-Tret. ., I At Th* Star Building 212.214 South Walrtut Str«f, . Hope, Arkansas H Woihburn, Edlter & Publisher ul H, Jones, Managing Editor |#G«orBO W. Hosmcr, Mech. Supt. , M. Oovls, Advertising Manager tntefid as second class matter at , r .i>;Pdst Office at Hope, Arkansas, Binder, the Act of March 3, 1897. of th* Audit Bureau of DAIRY Feed. Hog feed, meal hulls, mixed. C. S. Meal. Salt $1:15 per sack. DANNIE HAMILTON 2Mmb. HAND tools, consistant of most al Jtinds of tool boxes, trouble lights 5 gallon gas cans, and many other Items too numerous to mention REAVES BARGAIN SHOP across from Post Office NEW AND USED CLOTHING ARMY AND NAVY SURPLUS HOPE, ARKANSAS X0-3t Income Taxes 40 ACRE farm near Emmet, Arkansas. Nice modern five room house. E. M. Broswell Prescott. Phohe ,683-W. Feb. 1-lMo. HAY, Johns6n grass & lespedeza mixed. T. S. McDavitt. Phone 7-2116. 3-tf n Rates (payable In odder In Hope and nelghbor- l.....,.'.—!"X"^t!.'«.T 13.00 ill ,In Hempstead/ Nevada, Howard, anc! Miller court. .85 1.60 2.60 4.50 man — * Monthi w^v,, rrwn _ **fr«-- 1.10 325 6.50 73.00 FRESH Shipment of rosebushes and potted plants. Hempstead Floral Company. 1919 South Main. Phone 7-2836. 9-3t TWO Accountants to help you. 101 East Front Street. Farm Bureau Office. Phone 7-3766. Feb. 9-lMo. Notice SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette, Complete Sports. Other late news. KCMC-TV Programs. Phone Dale Hartsfield. Prospect 7-4610. Feb. 5-lMo. A, B. DICK. Number 90 Mimeograph. In excellent condition. Call 7-3694. ; : ; o-3t BO ACRES and newly decorated house. One mile from town. $20,000, Will sell house and 13. acres, $14,000. Trade lor v pine • timber land/Call 7-5535. Feb. |<MMo. _!«f«,*fe;:j<50? Sterjck ll^ii^m' 505 Daw. ii.DoliasA Texas;. 360 N. •" JChtcago I, III.; 60 E .yorftj/ N. V.; 1763 nrr* >&*«•, lated ,P_ress Is entitled ex- P ; «)e use/ for republkaflon local new^" primed In thl» itp* .Well as all AP new* 1950 BUICK. Four door sedan/ Radio,* heater, .'and dyna-llow drive. Good tires. Good condition. Doyle Reaves. Phone 7-2093. Night ohly. R'EAVES BARGAIN SHOP. . across from Post Office. ' ' " PEA Gravel, washed, and road gravel. Sd!l and masonary sand available Phone 7-2559, Jesse Sinclair. Feb. 11-lMo. COX'S Cafe at Fulton will • serve Fried Chicken dinner, Sunday February 14th. 85c per plate-plus 'drinks. • Feb. ll-3t Used Gars The Dutchman Is Bock on Links By WILBU& JOHrVBdN AIJDMORE, Okie. i/H-Clear the fairways you youngsters, "old pro' Dutch Harrison is heading back tor the golfing wars armed with a vibrating machine to keep his ail- ng back on the mend. H.'1-rifon, tlu- venerable Arkan ias traveler who has stomped the airways, on UT> PGA tour for 18 ears, returned 1o his Dornick ls Cliib ycstr-rday and allowed he was ready to "take after 'em." Thi: aging Arkansas (44 on March Wi was forced off the tour vhil.c tied for first place in th» ^hunderbird Tournament at Palm Springs, Calif., with rounds of 63- jflfl, finishing wilh four straight birdies. . An unfortunate back ailment cooled ono of the hottest streaks on the toi'r. Spring Hill Hosf to Cage Tourney Thursday, frsfchiftry" tl, PRESCOTT NEWS Thursday) Februahy 11 The annual Sweetheart Bahquc sponsored by the First Baptis Church \Vill be held Thursday even ing at 6:30 at the Lawson Hotel. Saturday, February 12 Members of E. S. A. Sororitj will have a Valentine party on Sat urday evening in the home of Mrs and Mrs. Frank Haltom Jr. Miss Lola Buchanan of Texark Hope Junior .and Senior girls teams tangle with Blevins tonight in the Hempstead County tournament at Spring Hill. On Friday night Arkadelphia will bring a couple o£ teams to Hope. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring items to Mist Turner at Hicks Funeral Home There will be a "Talent Program" given at Bethel AME Church Sunday night, February 14, .at 8 p. m. The public is invited to attend. The mce is sponsored by Class No. 1. • . A/1C Leroy Trotter of Nashville Tenn.) is visiting his parents, Mr. an dMrs. Richard Trotter and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trotter. Basketball 49 52 By United Press EAST Juniata 72; Albright 71 Amherst 73; Union (N.Y.) Army 91; St. Michaels 64 Boston College 73; Harvard Boston U. 50; Tufts 45 Lafayette 89; Bucknell 74 Princeton 66; Columbia 47 Yale 80; Darmouth 74 Delaware 79; SWarthmore 43 St Josephs (Pa) 69 Drexel Tech J Fordham 69; Rutgers 58 La Salle 82; Idna 6!) Muhlenburg 59; LeHigh 58 Scranton 66; Mora vain 53 Vermont 69; Norwich 67 Penn 78; Syracuse 74 Rochester 81; Clarkson 61 St Francis (NY) 71; Temple 62 Villanova 74; St Peters 70 Duquensne 86; Caregie Tech40 Navy 110; Georgetown (D C) 75 Trenton Tchrs 88; Drew 52 '"'"' Ithaca 74; Harper 54 American International 96- New ritian St Tchrs 80. PENTA-Treated fence post at plant "One mile out on Rosston High> • way. Phone . 7-2048. li-fit BARGAINS IN beauty AKY'-.EDNA ^..BEAUTY SHOP M Phone 7-2615 GENTLE GueriiS'ey family cow. 'Just fresh. • , 20 acre farm, Modern 7 room I 1947 DODGE house. Barn, poultry, and brooder house, 15 papershell pecan trees. Phone 7-3491. Fred E. Barr, Hotel! Henry. \l-3\f USED GARS Hurry down and see these Used Cars Today 73; New Haven St Fairfield Tchrs 57 ;• Lycoming 84; Bloomsburg 67 Farleigh-Dickinson 80; Bridgeport 60 ' ' . t .'.i . ,, Stevens Tech 75; Case 43 Millersville 72; Kutztown 51 Wstchester 67; Penn Military 55 York Radio, heater and Ct A C C\ good tires vj) 'H J U HAY Johnson grass and alfalfa On. Allen Farm. 5 miles North of Hope.- William Schooley Phone 7-4979; ll-3t MUTUAL Week-ends jJ^%^ fetrT Street STERN SHARES ^Fi^j+sn from I'ijXr ?' Jr4J Ei >, Agent f&ftffift'fo^''^' Rto»C 7-4454 |Lindforl954. mew, ;?8M.^ARDLAW ••i^**---*—t tailor 8hop H '£» h way 67 Wust UCK'S USED tpRNITURECO, ' "" fif City Urnlfc West W 9e " u * eel Furniture 74391 Hope, Ark. *»fl RECORD/NO Blinds. Picture AJI typea of FiSSr Wall p s . Decorotorj St, Dial 7,3445 ANOTHER car of salt, Fine, medium or course, $1.15 per 100. Ton lots $1.10., Hope Feed Company. ; n-6t QUALITY Chicks from laying stocks. Get yours now or place order for later delivery. Hope Feed Company. Phone 7^2547.11-01 Services Offered 1948 DODGE Exceptionally clean, fS j— /-\ j— MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work, .C&bb. Mattress Co. 816 South' Wafsliington. Phono 7 : 2622. Feb. HMo. CALL Payne Brothers. House Movers, insured contractors, public Service Commission number M-1425. 313 central Avenue /Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. Feb.2-lMo, BRING me your sowing. Reasonable Prices, Mrs. Ma.e Lively BELT & BUTTON SHOP 121 West Division i 1 " ll-3t motor just "overhauled., Good tires 1951 NASH RAMBLER CONVERTIBLE Radio, heater, over- rh ~7/"N/—\ drive,.new top, and >. / WW good condition ^ / / / 1950 NASH STATESMAN Radip, heater, overdrive, new paint. Good condition 1948 FRAZIER MANHATTAN Runs good, looks good, is good. Radio, heater /t> o r— r\ and Svc-C K( J 1950 FOID A real buy for .$445 1949 CHEVROLET FLEETLINE 2 door, Radio, heater, new paint, and new seat covers Help Wanted MEN needed to help take care of our Expansion program. Ages 25 to 55 with cor, neat appearance, good character.' If your present earnings are not enougli for present day living costs, why not let me come to your home and discuss the possibilities of bettering yourself. Interview in the presence of your wife preferred, Permanent high earning position for men who qualify Wnte when I can see you to Box "B" 0/0 Hope Star. If you live in Bert Rettig Nosh Motors EAST 3rd STREET rural tions, area' please give direc- ll-3t Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for all size farms. List today. United JTarrn, Agency. 101 East Front. Phone 7-3766." Feb. 8-JMo. Among U. S. families with income of less than $8,000 a year, about tf own their awn homos, CUSTOM SIAVGHTIRINQ Orioles Acquire a New Look 'By SHELDON SAKOVVITZ Nli; \7 YORK (If—The Baltimore Orioks, anxious to muke a gu impression in the Americ«. League after an absence of 50 yeai-a-. are going ul! out for a "new looh" in 1954.. Last season, the Orioles, who were ihun the St. Louis Browns, ,, in the cellar, Since shifting franchises, Baltimore has em barked on a trading program to Impiovp the club's position. Pitcher Vern Bickford was purchased by the Orioles yesterday from the Milwaukee Braves of the National League fc.r an undisclosed sum. As port of the deal, Baltimore also cold Charles White Jr., a catcher from its San Antonio farm team, to the Braves. Thi-s was the Orioles' second Wgjor (iegjj jn Jpsg than a week. They obtained outfiejdev Saw Mele a«4 ifXfkHer Nell Berry fj-oro the WWtc &'* Ia?t Fi-Wiy to Adelphia 68; Rider 65 New York Aggies 77; New Teeli 59 Hobart 69; Hamilton 61 Upsala 71; Rutgers of Newark 64 MIDWEST Woostcr 71 Akv.in 5 7 Ball Slate flfl; Do Pauw 87 Case- 73; Hiram 45 Cincinnati 81; Xavier (?.) 73 Daylon 80; Mian'ii (0.) 09 Illinois Weslcynn 95; Illinois Sor- mal 89 Mount Union 7o; Fenn 41 I-Inidelerg 56; Oh'o Wesleyan 53 Oklahoma AvM 59; St. Louis 53 Western Reserve 70 Kent State 66 Younflstown ZO.) 78; Slipper j Rock 4 G Aurora 88;. St. Procopius 81 St Amrose U'9; Iowa Wesleyai 78 Winona Tchr? 70; Bethel Col. 6 Onif.Ita 71; Simpson 56 sour H East Carolina 92; MyCrary Ea bles g2 fie^montjAjjcy ;. J12; Charleston Maryland 'State 85; Hofstra 82 St. Ambrose 109 Iowa Wesleyan 5 . Maryville Co:. 79; King Col. 69 Davi.s-Elkins 71; Ancierson-Broad- dus 69 Benedict Co). DO; Tuskegee Inst 48 Routloke Col. 88; Richmond Prof. Inst. 56 ' Perless Military 66; Chatanoo- 1 52 Mississippi Stnte 74; Arkansas State 71 Morchead (TCy.) 101; Eastern Kentucky 88 Loyola (Md.. 07; Johns Hopkins 52 Louisville 94: Loyola (La.- 77 The Melody Five of Magnolia will give a musical program .at Mt. Pleasant CME Church Sunday, February 14, 'at 2:30 p. m. spon sored by Mrs. Ruth Turner. The public is invited. Williams Chapel The Williams Chapel 4-H Club held its regular monthly meeting Friday, February 5, in the Williams Chapel School. Timothy .Wyatt, Jr 4-H president, presided. Ail club officers and group captains showed excellent improvement since last meeting. The most outstand- the captain report at this meeting was given by safety Captain. Anriie Bell Williams. She said that there' were six in her group carrying safety demonstrations this year. They are picking up glass, nails, bricks, rocks, and rubbish that is harmful unsanitary. They are helping to keep small children away from wells and other objects from which they may be endangered. They are also staying out of the road and away from cars. This was an excellent report of what they had been doing since the last meeting. The 4-H club rendered an excellent program. 1 After expressions from visitors and leaders, the club adjourned to meet in seperate sessions. During the session for women 'and girls, the girls displayed articles they had made since the last meeting- Headscarfs, pilow cases, ana was the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Claud Buchanan. Dudley Gee of Greenville, Miss. was the Saturday guest of relatives! Owen Duke of Dallas was the weekend guest of his mother, Mrs. J. M. Duke and other relatives. Master Bill Gee of Hope spent the weekend with his grandparents! Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Yancey. Mrs. Christine McMahen had as icr guest for the weekend her dau^ ghter, Miss Jackie McMahen of Little Rock. approved. Mrs. Mary Montgomery treasurer, gave a financial report. Reports of general officers and committee chairman were heard. A season of prayer for World Mission will be observed at the church on FebrUary 22 with Mrs. .tim Nelson in charge. Dr. Forgarty of Jonesboro will conduct a meeting at the church the week of April 4th. Mrs. S. O. Logah gaVe the devotional talk and presented the pro gram on "The Heritage of Our World Christian Community." The meeting adjourned wilh the prayer song "Dear Father of Mankind." Country" was presented by Mrs 1 . Harrell Hines and she closed with prayer. A deiectaDle sandwich course was served to 8 members. ^ Miss Opal Daniel of Hope was he weekend guest of Miss Hazel Matlock. Mr. and Mrs, J. O. Coleman worn he Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. jeorge Pakis Jr., and their new ittle grandson Glen Coleman 'aids, in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Brozie Haynio ad as their guests Sunday, Mr md Mrs. Ralph Haynie, Butch and r oe of Smackover and Mr. and Mrs. eff Haynie of El Dorado. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Danner •ere the weekend guests of Mrs. Stewart in El Dorado, Mrs. N. A. .Peters and her guests lr. and Mrs. John Ross, of Little ock spent Sunday with Mr. Peters ho is a patient in St. Michaels Hospital, Texarkana. Kiwanians To Hear Scouting Program A program on Scouting will be presented at this week's meeting Of the Prescott Kiwanis Club Thurs day night. Dr. D. L. Moseley is in charge o[ the program. J. T. McRac showed a film on investments at last week's meeting. Jim Hamilton was received as a new member of the club and Jack Robey and Jeb Wylie were back, following recent illnesses. Mrs. Lewis Garrett Hostess To W. M. U. Circle 3 Mrs. Lewis Garrelt was hostess to Circle 3 of tho W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church at her home on Monday afternoon. Potted plants and bouquets of violets decorated the rooms. Mrs. John Haggard voiced the opening prayer followed with the devotional thought 'by Mrs. Lewis., based on John 15:5 Mrs Lewis chairman, also conducted the business .The study on "In Evangelines Bemis Chappelle of Marshall, Texas, was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Case Chappelle and was accompanied home by Mrs. Chappelle and Terry who have been here the past week. Mrs. Cleo Mines, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rix were the quests' Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ben times in Camclen. LET US REPLACE THAT BROKEN AUTO We replace broken glass for all makes of Cars. Come out and see us faddy. Let us install a Used or Re-Conditioned MOTOR In your car or truck. Now is the time to get that motor for your car or truck. We hove one for any make or model. We will'FINANCE AH or Part of it. See us now. (SIASS & SALVAGE West 3rd PR7-2786 Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wilson spent Sunday in DeLight with Mr. and Mrs. John Dickey. Miss Bonnie Elgin of Texarkana was the weekend guest of Miss Nancy Lewis. and scarfs were shown. Each girl told how she had made her article. Our H. D. Agent, Mrs. F. S. Smith gave demonstrations on "Cutting a True Bias," "Making Lamp Shades," and "Selecting Thread and Needles for Fabrics and Sewing." Expressions were made by Mrs. Constance Lloyd, Mrs. Martha Lacy, Mrs. Mary Bishop, Mrs. Catherine Lacy, and 4-H club girls. The men arid boys held their se- perate session on the campus. Demonstrations on "Taking Son Sainples" were given by our County Agent, Mr. Walker Fleming, Jr. Timothy Wyatt. Jr., volunteered to repeat the demonstration for the benefit of the men in the afternoon | session. Timothy Wyatt, Jr., president Clara Bell Legans, Secretary and Andrew Legans. Jr. Reporter. McCaskill . The McCaskill H. D. Club met Thursday, February 4, 1954 at .the home of Mrs. Rether Stewart, with Mrs. Rhoda Jones, president, presiding. Devotional Luke 8:4-15. Roll call and response, "What I can do to improve my poultry flock." The Poultry leader, Home Grounds leader, and Foods & Nur- trition leader all gave good reports. Mrs. Retha Stewart was elected Recreation Leader, and Mrs. Mary F. Stewart elected assistant secretary. All other leaders have their same offices. A "Baking Quiz" was given by Mrs. Smith, H. D, Agent, and was participated in by ail club mem- Ders. Demonstrations on "Cover- ng" Shades" and "Selecting the .ype of thread for fabrics anc iuilting" were also given by Mrs Smith. Timely remarks were made )y Mr. Walker Fleming, Jr., Coun- y Agent, Mrs. Rhoda Jones had on display two crochet doilies anc! quilt block at this meeting. Games were played and refreshments served by the hostess to the 0 persons present. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bemis spent the weekend in Ft. Smith with their daughter, Mrs. Fadjo Cravens Jr., and family. Mrs. Cravens, Chad and Tommy 'Accompanied them home for a visit. Mr .and Mrs. Theo Elgin had as their weekend guest, Mrs. Lucille Elgin of Texarkana. Women Of The Presbyterian Church Meet The women of the Presbyterian Church met on Monday afternoon at the church for the monthly business meeting. Mrs. T. E. Logan, president, pre sided and opened the meeting with prayer. . The minutes of -the January meeting were read by Mrs. T. C. McRae Jr., secretary pro-tern, and MEYER FRESH When You Buy It FRESH When You Eat It - Louisiana HOPE CITY HALL Thursday, Feb. 11 8 p. m. Featuring .... JACK HUNT and the Rhyfhm Ranch Hands also LITTLE JQE HUNT, world's greatest banjo player, GINNY WRIGHT, TIBBY EDWARDS and many other Hay ride Stars. CITY SOUTH WALNUT MIX SAUSAGE 3-u...79c CHITTERLINGS Lb. BUFFALO FISH Lb. BOLOGNA Lb. GOOD DRY SALT FRESH FRYERS 7 PURE LARD , L L N S ®^^ PQl1 N NECK BONES PIGTAILS PIG FEET FRESH RIBS HOG HEADS PORK EARS PORK STEAKS BEEF FRESH L5VER From where I sit... Joe Marsh Blue Plate or Potluck? Dropped by Charlie's Diner last night and saw something new on the menu. There's the usual list of blue plates, but also, there's another one of Charlie's smart ideas. It reads; "fotluch Dinner: Appetizer— Might be Soup or Juice. Entree— Could be Pot Roast or Ham and Eggs. Steak — If you're lucky. Dessert—-Maybe Apple Pie," Asked Charlie how it was going. "Just flue, Joe," he said, "Some folks chance it with potluck, some pl»y }t safe with blue pl»te«. The thing U, I don't waste any good food and I can give wy customers' a better price." From where I sit, ide»s that pay off for a business usually pay off for the customer, too. It works that w»y with the b««r retailers in this »tat«. TMjr yol- - untarily co-operate w$«! tt* Setf- Regulation program «j»o«wored by the Brewing Industry to make their places attractire for ran. In their business, neatness and cleanliness are always the "wder Sponsored by HOPE NATIONAL GUARD 1954 SPRING MEETING 3) Days pf High Clasj Racing I ' 5 BIG $5,000 FEATURE$ ( ^.ff'Wton^ 'r r! * gating capacity increased by 3,000 with brand new addition to grandstand. t Modern neyv rfming coom. accommodat * ^ IL* f°' , S , pril ? 9J * The Ki "9 ^ 0 "«rt „ * The Southland. * The Qaklawn. •*• The Preview/**' Plus 18th R«n«w»l of the $10,000 ARKANSA; pirn $ RACES DAILY Except Sunday P<?5TTIME2P,M.R,f 0 pr5hm« ^»l// O&IUAWINi JOCKEY

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