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Pag* HOM ITAKi HdPI, AHKANIAI Insists Braves Hold Edge Over ihe Yankees By Asg6eifited fcEN Press OLAN Sports Writer NEW YORK c/\J" irally, physic nll\ tii' the Milwfinkee Hiji edge over the Kcu Y Colf§ Place Pro Reekie OH Waiveri HALT/MOfir 'AP> — The Bal> tunnrc Colls today placed rookie i-nd l,c-s WhHfrs un Waivers. Tho dcpailinc nf Hit- fi foot IflS iwiiind ftirmci Prrtn Slate shir bl-ihgi! Ihe lo«ler uf Ihr Nntionfll FmiUmH t,riii.'iir club down In 30, one over the plnycr limll Wiillrrs w.'is the Colts' fotirtli drnfl f'hnifc Ine; winlrr The Cktb niiticiunccd Mond.-iy llml linebacker noi'R I'.nefrs U-.-IP placed on waivers. Hf sh'in-d with (lie Colls us n fror n::rnt in 1!)S5 after p'ny< 51 iin: nt Pniith Slnlh. "~ _ Blll'dctle. whn ran up 24 score , Jess Ihninps vhMr \\liiiiint; iiux>e games njiamst Nr-v Yurie ]».«.! year, a.qnin will be nn the firing jille. Manager Fred Himry pi-nli- obly will start liuht off uiih him i ilislend of \vniline unlil ilv s^c ond game ns ho did in I!)17 Physically because \Vhilc-y Kurd. Doii Larson nnd Hync Omuli, three of Caso.v Sl.'tipcl's must do- pondable hurlprs. hnvp done liltl-" 1 to help Ihr Yimkee r,-in«<' in Vie , last couple of nmnili<i. F<nd nnd Jjfll'Sori lliivo Ijrrn |il;i!iiic(( by sore nrms nnd Duren ramc down With a lei! injury (Jii tun nf a brnn- .. .. ing. Statistically bocnii'-e Ihe Braves' 1 , Wan'on Spahn has li^t none .1' ,.;-^<M -Si U^ t/v^^A,- ,/^ ... , K-VW-ttzM' Why bother with three or more... when just one gives coverage? ^ , You can now Koi, in DUO in.sur- «• t nnce policy, protection ngumsl •«>.'< most of the risks you lace in " \ your homo . . . and you may ^ • save monoy, too. It's the mocl- n. crn, convenient, economical ! v way to insure against, such *J hazards. v For information about this 'new policy, nnd to find out how f "• it can help you, phono us today. ] ' ir We are qualified to help you i>'i ' determine just what insurance, 1 r ., and how much, you nouci on *" , your home and lurnishings. 'I We'll be glad to discuss your ,. 'i -insurance problems with you. - " ' And remember, if you're not ^^ v fully insured — it's not enough. *;; Roy Anderson ^ / Insurance Agency (( Roy Andsrson Mary S, Evans ;' " ',' ' George Frazler 210 So, Main Hope, Ark. Fovorifes Wihnihg dr Cumberland Met. The fnvnillff me winning In f!r;ind stylo this «ntiffih nl fin 1 xi rare (inck and trnck nuldn't be happier. After the rnvuriics won sovcli nt Plfiht rnees Mnnilav. track offi- finls not eel (hat in DIP first seven days nf the rum-tit meeting f)0 per rent nf the races or 2!) ot !>G. hnvf heen won by favorites. The iiindiol handle sn fnr (tils spiisuii is up 7-1 per cent over last year, possibly bocnusi- of the hifjh nunilier of winning favorites. Coach Is Getting the Cclh'cs Ready BOSTON i APi — Boston Coach Rec! Auorb.'ieh isn't wasting any lime Hfltlnjj his Celtics into lop condition for the lilBB-iip National Basketball Assn. campaign. He tiroeled H players. Including eight roturness from last year's squad, ,-nd then conducted n runfied initial workout Monday. Reluming from last year's run- ncrups for tho NBA championship team wore Bob Cousy. Bill Shnr- man. Tom IIoiiiFohn, Bill Russell, Kranlt Ramsey. Jim Loscutoff. l,ou T.sinropoulos and Sam Jones. his effectiveness, winning 20 or more names for the ninth time... Biirdelte Is having his best year and Bub Rush and Carl Willoy filled in exceptionally well for Ihn injured Bob Buhl. Conversely, Bob Turkey was the Yanks' only reliable pitcher after Larsen and Ford wore sidelined. Lod by Spahn. the major league loader, Milwaukee pitchers have Mono the distance Gf) times. Yap- kce mounds have 23 complete pames New York leads in shutouts T- 20' to 15. Spahn Has 23 complete games while Turley tops the American League champions with 19. Twonly-lwo pitchers will -be eligible for the World Series which starts in County Stadiun, Mllwnu- kee. Wednesday, Oct. 1. Before that dale Stengel will decide which among right-handers Laisen, Murry, Dickson and Tom Slurclivant will be on tho sidelines. Only nine hurlcrs, however, figure to have anything to say about the outcome. They are Turley (217), Ford 1147), Larsen l8-G> and reliver Duron l(i-4) for tho Yankees. And Spahn (21-11. Burdotte (19-10, Rush (10-6), Willoy (0-6) nnd reliver Don McMnhon (7-2) lor Milwaukee. 'Duke Mans (10-8) of the Yanks has an outside chance for a start infi asisgnment. Burdctte's three victories anrj one by Spahn enabled Milwaukee to take last year's seven-game set. Ford. Turkey and Larsen won lor the Yankees, (Wednesday—batting, field and bgserunning) • PJpnie or Penthouse Party, far mpr§ stylish, yamp- '^'> - -,'W , > :• ' l9sH- Byy " : P^ ir SWC Moaning as Play Gets in Full Swing &y tHfe ASSOCIATED PRESS Southern Methodist Conch Bill Meek, nlrcndy burdened with the prospect of facinp tho No. 1 tenm in the nnlion this wools, showered gloom In nil dircclioiis today after rain, nnid, classes and injuries hampered his workout Monday. "We didn't get a thing done." Meek arowled. SMU opens against Ohio Stale Saturday. End Frosty Robison hnd an injured back, fullback Mike Hack- hoy got kicked In Ihe face, and lab clns!rt!S kept suverat top plnyors off the field until late in Ihr practice. There was rain nl Furl Worlh. nlsn, but Texas Christian Coach Abe Mnrtin. remembering Saturday's 42-0 romp over Kansas, smllnd it little sunshine nf his own. Ho gave the Horned Frogs the day off. Baylor, swaggering with the shock of being first in the Southwest Conference slnndings. worked out lightly on a wel field, studied movies of Its upset 12-0 victory over Arkansas and heard a scout report on this week's opponent, l-lardln-Simmons Guard Buddy Durl and fullback Gaylcn Grain wore named co-cap- tnlns for this week's grime. II. G. Anderson nnri J. B.Pad- gett. Texas guards, were promoted from the allernnlr to th? starting unit Monday for their part in Saturday's 13-8 victory over Georgia. Fullback Mike Dowdle and Center Jerry Mtiennink were out with shoulder bruises. Coach Joss Neely put his defending conference champions, the Rice Owls, through a long and rugged scrimmage Monday. Neely, looking towards this week's' game with Stanford, said he had no wholesale lineup changes in mind despite the 2G-G loss to LSU last week. "We just don't know who we would move tip." he said. Arkansas Coach Frank Broyles studied movies of Ihe loss to Bay/ lor'and said "Wo have no alibis; we got beat and that's all there is to it There wasn't enough blocking on offense and the tackling on defense wasn't what it should have been." •Broyles said the Raznrbaeks would spend a lot of time on pass defense getting ready to moot Tulsa this week, Texas A&M, upset 15-14 last week by Texas Tech, sang UIR injury 'blues again. Blocking iback Jackie Hawthorne had a dislocated shoulder nnd may be out most nf the season. Tnilbiick Charles Mil- Btead hurt a shoulder and ^nd John Tracy reinjurcd an ankle. The Agglos put in a hard workout preparing for Houston. Standings Tuesday Baseball ' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE W, U Pet, G.B, Now York 8(1 GO .507 Chicngo 79 69 .534 !)' 2 Boston 74 74 .500 14 U Cleveland .... 74 7*1 ,500 H!i Detroit 74 74 .500 14'a Baltimore 71 77 .480 17' a Kansas City 71 78 ,477 18 Washington 07 87 .412 27'a Tuesday Games Washington at Baltimore (N) New York at Boston (N) Detroit at Chicago (N) Cleveland at Kansas' City (N) • Monday Results Baltimore 2, Washington 0 Only Came Scheduled Wednesday Games Detroit at Chicag" New York at Boston Washington nt Baltimore W> Cleveland at Kansas City IN) NATIONAL LEAGUE Brown Have Full Slate of Rookies Milwaukee .,. Pittsburgh . San Francisco Cincinnati . SI. Louis Los Angeles Chica'go . .. Philadelphia W. L 9Q 00 84 07 78 71 Ppt, ,QOO .55(5 .523 .457 ,433 ... 75 70 .497 . 70 79 .470 . 69 80 ,40? 08 8) . 65 35 Tuesday 6ame§ Philadelphia at Milwaukee St. Louis at 'Los Angeles (??• Chicago at San Frangisco ®. (Only Games Spheduled), 15 1 /. ?9'/2 2 Ha 25 (N) Philadelphia 3-1, Pittsburgh 2-0 ilst game 14 innings) Wednesday Same§ Chicago at San Fyaneisep St, Louis at Los Angeles , JQrily Games Sphgdujpd) Negotiating u w.ouW awsui Gen.er.a! in waited today to see wheth- iey ' Pp»-p. agreement pi ift WaUc? .4l4- \v«n. d,ay it " Uwq< siwrn?. ^i'N^'^ ;-,.--» m l^iulatte^H^MMIsi * * ^s^n^&fff^ *'W Ml A ;»\W.'. SAW ;.?*,.' „ „..._., fAP) — Pld Lot! Groxa is up to his shouldef padJ in rookies and sophomores IhtsP days The onlj original 094(5) ftibrrt» brr of the Cleveland Browns still is kicking field goals and cohvei'* siohs. still playing a bruising grtrhe of Idft tackle. fltit as he starts his 13th yfcaf nf pro football, he stands in marked contrast with a TTiajflf share of (he players on the (K-'ieri- nia! championship team of the Nd tinnal Football League's Enslctft Division. Coach Pau\ Brown cul his rosJef In 35 Monday night and found h«» had seven first-year men. A ycaf auo a do/en rookies made the team, and two-thirds of them nfd still around. So in the two yonr3 since the club failed for the first time to win a division lillc, Brown has rebuilt nearly half the sc|ttnc! Ashburn Takes Lead From Willie Mays By ED WILKS, Associated Press Sports Walter Richie Ashburn has regained Ihe lend from Willie Mays in the National League's lightest race for the batting llllc since 1954 — the year Willie won on the last clay of the season. Ashburn. hitloss in three games, swept back into the top spot with a G-for-10 surge that paid off a twi-night doubleheader sweep for Philadelphia over the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Phils won the opener 3-2 in 14 innings, then took • the nightcap 1-0 as the Bucs swished to a pair of strikeout records. Those wore the only two games scheduled in the NL on Monday. Baltimore defeated Washington 20. a record-tying fourth consecutive shutout defeat for the Senators, in Ihe only American League game scheduled. Ashburn, whose lone bat title came in 1955, picked up five points after going 4-for-4 in the second game for a .343 average. That's .001 ahead of the idle Mays, who ( stands al .342 'after a hot week' end for San Francisco. .Mays,.Has, five games left, Ashburn four. ( Ashburn, 0-for-ll before getting his 200th hit Monday night, scored, the lone run of the nightcap in the seventh inning. He .beat out a bunt and stole second. Then he flashed all the way home as Pi^ rate second baseman Bill Mazeroski struggled to gain his -balance after making n nice stop on Ted Kazanski's infield hit. Jack Sanford (10-0.3) was the winner with a seven hitter for his first complete game since July 4, Bo:bby Young, who had homered in Ihe first inning, scored the tie- 'breaking run in the opener for the Phils, coming home on Dave Philley's single off loser Ron Kline, (13-16), who went all Ihe way. Jack Meyer (2-GJ won it in relief. He fanned seven in his three innings after starter Seth Morehead had struck out 12 in nine innings and Dick Farrell had whiffed two in two innings. (Bennic Daniels (0-3) matched Sanford's seven hiltor for the night cap defeat. Teachers Go on Strike in Pennsylvania 1 SHJ3NANDOAH, Pa. (AP)— Piye nf ihe 12 teachers at West Ma v - hanoy Township High School were back nl their desks today niKl more than 100 pupils were in the 1 plasrooms — but officially the school renamed closed. .> Teachers weren't gettinR paid, Punils weren't getting credits, • The school board of this ScJu'.yl' kill County community in the hard goal area of northeastern Pcmv sylvnnia had closed the school last Thursday because of n teach' or strike brought on by a ruone,y slwtage. The walkout by tho five rnen teachers a week a£o brought the matter to a head. Tjioy dem payment of some S9Q.UOQ In pay owed them and the E women instructors, The board, noting it was b ancj with ta* income constantly deprogialing, decided to 'close tft9 school. It directed the 183 studontf lo attend glasses in nearby Sh,eji» anoah and F»'«cHvUls. • - % Parent^ protested At a noisy, banner-svavins; ' mepllng fittendfcj by some 500 persons M°n,da,y/ night tfypy dam,,andfd Hie Sp'jTijl reopen. The fivp str]kjns| .teacher? aKiTcr| to rpturp tft wflrJv^-'Whtplj they did thjs morning but.* .pff(plo.V« ly, found no work. ,^ Sphoo|' Supt. William RowAil saici the high sohol is pjo;>ec|, -"'•' Actually, the building hn& nev*| been shvit. The iQwnship's elementary, grades ^it-oi\j| thete. Jewish Tear for Hope Star Classified Ads ADS MUST BE IN 6FF1CI DAY WQM PUBLICATION — PHONI 7*343! FOR AD TAKIR The schedule of Soluhaf Periods', as printed below, has beeft takeii from John Aider! Knight's Soluhaf Tables. Plan yotir days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during these times, if you Wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer. The Major Periods ate shown in boldface type. These begth at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown In regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration, A, M. P.M. Minor Major Mirtbr Major Tuesday 1:60 7!66 2:10 8:20 Woclnos. 2:40 8:45 3:00 9!10 Thursday 3:30 9:35 3:30 9:55 Friday 4:15 10:20 4:35 10!40 Saturday 5:00 11!05 5:20 11:25 Sunday 5:45'11:45 G!00: Reds Will Try to Bring Up Far Eost Crisis By WILIAM L. RYAN AP News Analyst Hints from Warsaw suggest Red China may make a pitch to bring the Far East crisis before a summit meeting a I which Peiping would <bc represented. These hints come from Communist informants at the scene of the U. S. —Red Chinese talks in the Polish capital. Communist informants have a way of scenting how the wind blows. Such a drive would toe difficult lo counter. It could have the appearance of a Red Chinese concession to peace. The Red Chinese have the initiative. Peiping has the power to turn Far East crises on and off as easily as turning a spigot. It was Peiping initiative that turned the spigot in mid-August, after months of a sullen, glowering sort of near-truce throughout the tliVee months of the dangerous midsummer Arab East crisis. Peiping has been accused of Ivy- ing to shot its way into U.N. membership. It could also try blackmail The U.N. Assembly's Steering Committee has voted to bar the Red Chinese membership issue for this year, but India and six other Asian-African nations are clamoring for a reversal of the decision. The Asian-African move reflects genuine fear in the East that the Formosa Strait crisis could ex- plo;de into war. Pre.ssu;e upon the United Stales to give, ground in, creases, The dilemma facing American policy is whether to stick stubbornly to Us China policy and risk wholesale loss of friends both Jn Europe and Asia, or lo give ground under Communist pressure and lose prestige, Tho United Stales scorns jockeying for lime. Its moves appear to add up to a calculated gapiblrj, Washington seems lo bn beltin? The Red Chinese—nnd even more, tho Soviets—arc not going to lot the Formosa crisis explode into maioi' war, What's behind this reasoning? The cold war's history shows n definite pattern — a rhythmic-rise and fall in temperatures in tho Far East. The pressure never really was liflod at all in tho past |ialf-doz,cn years. But the lulls have, been noteworthy, seeming to Betoken n cautious Red preference, for handling just one major crisis at a time. Red slHUns of the offshore islands has beon goine on sporadically all this time. But the lulls game in 1953 immediately before and after Stalin's death, at tin? height of the 1954 Indochina crisis. pf the time the Soviets were man ufagturihg the Geneva spirit in 1915, and again during each of the Middle East 'crises ,of regent years The guns were virtually silent for the threp months of the Jast kig Mjddje Past crisis, -and roam) again as some sort of restless cajm was restored to the Arab East, Each renewal of the war threat \yps another abrasion, for tho world's nerves, Each gaused rls< Ing anovanop .among America's glfles with a policy many In thpse poultries gonsjdei'ed ! -'---» For Rtnl tffSTAIRS 3 room furnished apartment with private bath, Phone 7-3i?4. 203 High Street. 2d-tf 2, ROOM furnished aparttnenl with private bath, front and back entrances, electric refrigerator. 321 Bonher St., phone 7-3553. 19-tf Wonfed to Buy ONE inch rough green oak lumber — regular lengths and tie siding, for prices and specifications, write GURDON LUMBER COMPANY, BIERNE, ARK, 12-lStc For Sale or Trade 1955 FORD In excellent condition. Only 39.000 New tires, radio and heater, tsvo tone. $995.00 Need pickup. Roy Cagle, 1413 Elm St. 22-12-tp Instruction BEGINNING lessons in Oil Painting will begin Oct. 3. Interested persons -may contacl Freddie Jones, 514 East Third St. or call 7-2732. . ' 23-Otc Help Wonted WAITRESS or trainee, A.pply in person. Oaks Cafe and Gift Shop. 19-l-mo.-c The Negro Community Esther.Hicks Phone 7-4678 op 7-4474 Notice » We §«li« W* ftMt ftfcAL R. i), i?MAWKL1N A, f». iSe ttowafd Colllef, Sal*sffi*fl MOVING? Loag Bistanea Cill Cdl lect 692, Ff*« EitliH&te», LoW*J Rates. Have Vafal - Will ft aV*i co, PftESCOOT, ARKANSAS ll-tt SUBSCRIBE t6 Texat-katta xette. Complete sport and coverage. 35c \veek. T. V. programs, Early, delivery, Phone Ray Duke 7-2743. 17-lMo. BARMAM Brothers House Mdv- ers. Insured and free estimate, Write Barham Brothers Cale, Arkansas. * • 2M Mo. ANYONE trespassing or intcrfef- ring with the sale of my property will be 'prosecuted, regardless of person. Annie P. Johnson. 17-6tp THE property known as the Johnson Place, Highway 67 west, recently advertised, is not for sale. Mrs. Ethel Whaiion, Mrs. G. C. Transier and Dick Johnson, 20-3tc For Sole ALUMINUM screens, doors, storm windows, weather - slrlpping, in- sulalion, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone 7-5807. 9-tf -'This .time the Red, Chinese a I* 1'a.c^s have been njoye soyore thai) gyp?. Possibly that is because PeU pinj ?PCS tjip opportunity |\s grpa> than' ever. ' h» yWtwJ States'hfts held, out prospect of some sort of sojy, Jhrough ppacefuj npgotjaUon. would, regwivp pongc-ssions oh. , sides, (A.ny , £Qncessto,n , Jh Hnjled, Slates' might 'make victory for ut going bacfe an P-}edge,s, \<t most sagr^d year, begins 1 af The^ JJJgU BdUr at Thought for the day Virturc nnd genuine graces in themselves speak what no words can uller — Shakespeare. HOUSE TO BE MOVED For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street., Hope, Ark. Raymond Byers Phone 7-295C. 13-1-m-p Calendar of Events The Usher Board of 'Hising Star Baptist Church will meet tonigTit at 7:30, All members are asked to toe present- Important business, to be discussed. Members of the Church of God in Christ, 808 South Edgewood St. will observe the Seventh Anniversary of' Elder L. C. Washington and wife as pastor of the church with special services this week, beginning tonight at 8 p.m.' Guest churches aj'e Emnipt, Elder F. Davis, pastor, and Blpvins, Elder L, B. Hendrick, pastor. Sister J. Lawson, sponsor. Mr. and Mrs. George Hoover .have returned to their home in Denver, Colo., niter having visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Roggans of Emmet. Yvette Aileene and Sylvia Ann Hickshave returned to their home in Denver, Colo, after spending n few days visiting their father, Sylvester Hicks and their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs, R. A, Hicks of Hope and Mr, and Mrs, Jesse Reggans of Emmet. " Obituary Mrs. Georgia Witherspoon of Columbus died jn a local hospital Monday evening, Sept. 22, after 3 brief illness. Funeral arrangements are in- complele _ and will ibo announced by Hjcks'Funeral Homo Inc , Time Bomb Is Found Atop Eiffel Tower By JOHN "BQPERIOK PARIS (AP)— Police today (Ms* eoyorod a crude time bomb hidden atop the famed EiffeJ Tower visiicci by thousands -of (ourjsts Annually The bomb contained about five pounds of dynamite, poli«e s^id, aiicl was powerful movifc'h to lw<3 blown • pff the entire tup" frame* woj-k. which sopslsts mBinJy of ve» pently a,d"ded television The bomb was discovered, a? tile frerich police forpe rp<joub}(?d .effort? to stem thg waye of AJgerlajj list * , toiwisjn sweeping on th? , eye 'of a' i\o\v con* referepdlum as Is e 4 by Ph?xj'le§ -^e Qr>}y }l)i? piormq pfJdwWe airjjne, Air its reppseplatjyes tlirouglv out, ihe VYPiiS-ia' spveil" 3) pyt ftUo.£U'.d'Us ^irtincr§ tc- any p'pssiljle sabotage. The jsonib wa? |aund j» th? pub- lie ' tollPl & tb,&:' platform of j)xe which te flbaut 1,000 feet higli- plajform l§ afep^t j the IPP ol the J9\vpr. Wa%%«J v ;f u«.'j?tete JPni&M • wteQ ||- w^rtey^Jwft-'^AwM»**-„ )$& -:%TO!^: W,..,,»3P4$^ Mjjbf 3$p& J& . : ^^';jjB^« MY home at. Ozan, Ark. n rooms, front and 'back porch. John ;W.' Webb, Ozan, Ark. .15-1-m-p: HAVE tail, will ; wag. Male Dachshund puppy, choice of litter. 7 weeks old. Gall 7-3268. 15-tf STATION Wagon, Willys "Jeep," ' Deluxe model,, good condition, good tires, battery and brakes,, Economical, safe, dandy school car. Phone 7-3268. 16-tf DACHSHUND puppies, Phone 7 2257 or 7-2261. 23-3fp GOOD combination saddle & work horse, §100,00 Also,, aboirt 35 bales of hay, 35c a bale. Coplapt H. D. Shii*y. 23-3tp Lost or Strayed 2 WHITE face steer yearlings and 1 jersey weighing about 250 pounds, strayed from 1710 South Elm St. If found, contact John Flowers, or call 7-2479, 20-3tp Services Offered LET us renovat* your old mattress, We specialize in s:ed Innersprlng, COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4th, Phone 7-8023 ; - - MI RALPH Montgomery Market, cut- torn slaughtering,-We have-meat lor your deep freeze, See ui before buying, " "' - 17»tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd, L, E, Booth, Phone>R 7-6695, 5,14-tf PASTURE clipping, see MiKe Sny* ker, at Snyker Hotel, Phone 7- 372J, " * 23-1 Mo, -'Cecil Weaver, agent for .Dixie Life Underwriters, Little Rock, Arkansas, states he is recoSying many calls,from persons, who stale that their' H.ospita.1 Jnsuranpe h^s been raised or Conipany has niPi'g" 3 ^ op gone out of business; others sjgte that they are required to pay firs$ $35,00 of any- claim, Jf your policy is insufficient, or you ar? djssatisT fled, with present ppjipy, why not contact Mr,' Weaver and let him explain the merits -of noiitcpnpel» nible, guaranteed venewal Pplioy, issued by an old reliable company, Call 7-3143 ov wj'ite gH Sprue? St. Hope, Arkansas. ; . ^ 18-lgto Room ond Board RQOM pop roqrn an4 BP8F& Jtg test, with fllsar I9PWS with inperspring es, attic:' venttto J«». Female Help WonUd , haw you,, ^ey tee°9flw \a? pr¥?eht§,l|y# to y«wr ,»pni« inity- Nc D ing pj'ovi4e,ij, vicinity, Saline WANT AD RATES' All Woftf Ads 6rS (joyoble i> advance buf ads Will bi occeptti 6»Sf the telephofil and atcottiodit tldrt occ<5tir>t4 ollovVSd Wtth the ut> tlefstahdih^ the occoUhf IS payobll Whfert Statement is rendered. Numbtr Up to IS 16 to 20 21 to 25 it te 30 , 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to SO One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 LOS 1.20 1.35 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six boys 1.50 2.00 2.50 300 3.56 4.00 4.50 5.00 e.O- 10.51 110 13.5* 15.W CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 1st pet incf 1 time ,„»....„ 1st fjef inef- 6 tirties 50c per Itieh ftdtei quoted above ate tor cor iecutive 1 insertions. Irregular or sklj- date ads will take tho one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy will be accented until 5 p. m, tut / , publication ths following; day. • .The publishers reserve the rl^ht (o revise or edit all advertisements of fered for publication and to reiec* onv • objectionable advert Islng sub- rrtltted. Initials of 'ihe ur more letters, groups of figures such as house ol telephone numbers count as Ohe Word. the Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unlss' errors ore rolled to pur .attention after FIRST Imortlon bf nd anH th»n for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-343' 0 Hope Star Star nf Hope 1199; Press 1927 Coniolldared January 19, 1929 Published every weekday afternoor* by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. C: Palmer, President ' Alex. H. Woshburn, Secy-Trci. at The Star' Building ( ) 212-14 South Walnut Street "' Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. .Woshburn, Editor & Publisher Paul M, Inncc. Mflnnolng Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. Gcorqe W. Hirjmor, Moch. Supt. Entered a* second class matter ot Ihe Po«t Office ot Hope, Arkansai. under the Art of March 3, 1897.. Member of Ihe Audit Bureau of .Circulations - Subscription RO'PS (payable In advance): By carrier In Honp and neighboring towns — Per week J .30 Per year :..,;.'. 15,60 By mail in Hempsfecid, Nevada, LaFayctte, Howard, ond Miller coun- • 'ties — One.month , S .89 Three,months ,., 1.85 Six months- 3.50 One year o,50 • All other mall • One,' mopth .•.-!•••! • Th'ree w 'rnofitr>s ':.;:., " Slx v month*. , One year , 1,30 . 3.90 , 7.80 15.60 ' Not'l Advertising Representatives' Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; 1602* Sterlck Bldg., Memphis* 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas Bank 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 of The Assocalted Preit; The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcatlon of, all tho local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all *vP new* «i dispatches , ' " SAPWOOD VS. HEARTWOOD, In old trees,' -the sap moves through the xylem in the wood beneath the bark and this part of, the wood- is called sapwood; the part through which the sap does not move is, oallcc) IJie heart\vood,t - GRIU CAFE — BREAKFAST — 35c - 50c - 65c Home Style Hot Biscuits Open 3 o, m. to 8 j>, m. MATJRISSES llt sr.Made Inte Inner. iprlnar YYcrk . C?rit Diy FurniHirs i Mflttffii Ct, 117. 99, Urn Ph9i 7«881I 4u«PiH:-^^,M[ifii^Jto^M HUNSRY? ORY DAIRY P1HIR Hemdon-Cornelipi Funeral Home and B > • ' Ambulonc* Sorvjcf y^ii^!^^

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