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MOM ITA'I, MOM, 1ETY Phoh« ?.5<i31 Between 8 A.M. and 4 P.M. • IIMIV.P of Mis llaifikl Snnford Nov- rmhcr I,'! Calendar Mohrfay October 13 There will be n Renevnl moplinc' CoHlirld Qfld of the WSCS of the First Mcllio- s disl Church Mundiiy Oct. 13 at Mr and Mrs .Tohtt V. Keck Will ' 2;SO p. in. at the church. An e.xocu- I'-avo 'e committee meclln^ will bn at hntnr Hupp Saturday to make lliolr in Ashclown. Mr. Knck hns j 2 p. m. I hern iransfc'iTcd by the Soil Con« The- Wesloynh Scrvicp Guild No. J of the 1'Mrst Methodist Church •rvation Service'. At thr 47111 nnniinl meeting of the { Will meet Monday, Oct. 13 nt 7:30, Prcsbytpnan Women lit the Sytlo f p.m, ni the home of Miss Kathlrcn i dicnl of Arkansas, Mrs. Dorsey ' Broach. Mrs- Garland Modelers' •, Mcllac of Hr.pr took p.irl 'on tho ' t 'will piest'iit the program. j pri>«rnm on Fiiday morning. Ann Wollcrman Circle of HIP Mrs. C. O Hughes of Nilshvlllo "; FirU nnptist Church will meet on |,,, s been ihc- anrst of her daughter , Monday. Oct. 13 ;it 7:30 in lho,M rs E. H. Strwnrl and Mr. S'e TJ homo of Mrs. Lois Husscll for 1 their regular meeting. ,' Tuesday, October 14 • Chapter A.-E. of the PliO will •' meet Tuesday, Oct. M at 3 p.m. '? nt Hope High School. A toa honor- b jug fiirls of Die senior class will r be huld at 3:40 in the school cafe? teria. (•','- The practical nurses will meet I 1 ' in the court room at th« City Hall H Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m. \, During the business meeting dele- legates will be elected to tin; Stale b Convention. Dr. Forney Holt will || be the guest speaker. | The Hope Iris Club will hold •t their first meeting of the year J. 'Tuesday Oct. 14 at 2:30 p.m. in ''• the liamc of Mrs. A. A. I-lalberl. : ? .Mrs. "ISiifiis V. Hcrndon Jr. will be I to-hosless, Mrs. W ; ade Bcneficld j y will present' the program entitled " "Trial of the Lonesome Pine Trees •of Arkansas." l'~ The Friendship Class of the First f,Baptist Church will meet Tuesday t' Oct. 1-1 al 7:30 p.m. at the home r-o£ Mrs. Clyde Coffee with Mrs. f' t \Opai Hervey as co-hostess. ' Garland- P -T. A. Meets on Wednesday The Garland School P. T A. met Wednesday al 3 p. m. with i'5-Mrs>. Jack Lowe giving the pro- •15'gram on the "3% Sales Tax. Gar| land School will have ils Hallo- s '~ carnival October 30. Shover Springs HD Club I-' ' Meets In Roger's Home "' Mrs. Roy Rogers wns hostess to .^he Shover Springs HD Club when ''•jt-met Oct. D for a pot luck lunch. 'V* During the business session of- i fleers wore elected for the ensuing Lf,y e ur President, Mrs. Cocil Allen '"vice-president, Mrs. Clifton East: Sec Tretis., Mrs. Roy Koaors; reporter, Mrs. Harold Snnford: fiscrapb'ook chairman, Mrs. [t'Sahrailt, K- The club voted to have as their I? project this year re-organizing tho "%4-B club, in (he Shover Spring : community; "•" Mrs. Billy Schmitt was surpris- '"cd with 'a pink and blue shower qnd was -the recipient of many '.Jovfly Kifts. ' -The next meeting' will be in mo Mrs. H. T. Hnnnesan Home EC tc.-iclv-r :\t Hope High School is .•iltv<ndinii fhc Ai-knnsas Homo EC itiei'tuiB in Little Rock on Satur":iy and Stindny. Movielcnd Has New Breed of Millionaires By BOB THOMAS AP Motion Picture Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP)—A revamp of movie economics has created a new brood .of millionaire star Missiuhaires lire nothing new in •Hollywood. Mary Pickforcl, Charlie Chaplm. Haroid Lloyd, William S. Mart and 'Douglas Fairbanks miidc fabulous money and paid little tax on it. But their breed died out with silf-nt films and the rise of the major studios. Then most stars were paid weekly salaries, and rising income la.xt's dim into their take- Now the movie power has shifted from the major studios to the stars, especially a Ecinlillalim; male- do7.cn. All 12 arc cither mil- lioifnires or well on Iheir way. They are amassing their millions not" by worving on a straitlht salary. Says Gary Grant: "I gat dozens Missouri Gir! Queen at Blythevillc BLVfitfcVfLtfc, Ark. iAPt Pretty blonde Snrnh Kay Burns, 17. of Carulhersvillp. M" wns crowned cjueen of the 10th nimuat Nfitinnnl Cotton Picking f'nilosta ho re last night. The rnefe (or the $1.00n prizp mid title of world champion cotton picker, climax of the four-day cod- test, got under way Ihls mnrnlny, Tho winner will be nnnotnu-ixi this nflornoon. Ench picker will bo judfir-ci on HIP quantity picked, how clfnn thr rows arc picked and how clonn the fottnti Is after picking'. Duncan fteMnlclo. the Cisco K>1 n flek'Vision, crowned blue eyed Miss Burns. If was her ninth bt-a'.ity contest Victory in 1R months. Miss Burns, daughter of Mr- nntl^ Mrs. Bon W. Burns of Cjirulhrrs- villt. is a high school senior. Her height is 5 - 9, she weinhs 120 pounds, and her meaium-menta (ire 30-23-1)7. Ei^htoc-n girls from Aikansas. Missouri and Tennosree vied for the titlo of queen. Rimnersup were Bonnie Brlnl:- loy, daughter of Mr. .ind Mrs l£. J. Brinkley of Whitehaven. Tenn.. and Margaret Fan-is, cliiughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Furris of Blythevillc. Last year's queen was Ann Lip soy of While-haven. Miss Burns will reign over the cotton picking contest and th« Grand Cotton Ball tonight. She receives ii $500 wiirclrobe. are. U. S., Britain Set on Special Ambassadors By J6MN M, HtSWTQWER WASHINGTON <AP) - ' United States - and Britain licklne to their idea that special ..nibassadois -* riot their foreign ministers — should seek to nego- iale an agreement, banning tw> leai- weapons tests. The :lwo governments have drafted a note to Mosdow turning down a Soviet proposal that for' eign ministers bf the three powers meet at Geneva Oct. 31 fof that Hii-pose, Diplomatic! informants , •d, however, that the wosterft The Oriental Influence is apparehtlrt_thts Cone corduroy IICIIVC 19 rt|F|FUltHl. «»i *•••.* „*,„_._ _ *..* i i ft. room coat In rose color. It's lined In paisley print cotton which shows ut» In the split, turn-back cuffs.—By GAILE DUG AS, NEA Women's Editor. LAST PAY — 2. BIG HITS WOLF DOG RIDEOUT FOR REVENGE tote Show Tonite ]0;45 WOMAN TOMORROW of offers to do pictures for $750,000. It's not difficult to got a mil lion dollars for a picture. A fellow like Marlon Brando could probably make five million In a year f he wanted to work that hard. But what good would it do him? He'd lose nearly all of it in taxes." Adds Frank Sinatra: "No mal- ,er ho.w.«uinueh. I earfl, ill cents jut of every dollar goes to the government. Out of that remain- ng 9 cents, I've got lo pay all of he living expenses, for myself and -ny family. It's ridiculous for mo .o keep adding' straight income to ny total earnings. I've got to find ways to keep some money." All tho top stars have come in that realisation They are now not only actors but financial exports as'well. They and their advisors havfi devised means of operation ,hal are not tax evasion? but per- 'cctly legal ways of avoiding a salaried income. Hero they are: 1. The production company. This is a throwback to the days when Pickford, Chaplin, Fairbanks and D, W. Griffith formed United Artists, It has become popular ? ro< cenlly both :\s a means of earning and keeping moro money and maintaining artistic control of a production. Most of tho golden dozen stars have tried their own companies, The most successful is Burl Lancaster's firm, which hit it rich with "Marty." "Trapeze," etc. Others haven't fared so wed. William Holden has yet to show a profit on his one production,. ''Toward the Unknown.' His company is now inactive, He explains: '•I found 1 was so concerned with production details. I didn't devote enough time to my job as an actor. I don't want to be a big- shot behind a desk in Hollywod, There are too many pails of the world I still want to see." Tony Curtis agrees: "f wnsn t cut oul to be a business man, That's why He and others prefer: a The coproduction deM, A Negro-Gang AttqcksN.Y. Students NEW YORK (AP)—Sixteen No- !/ro tecn-agors attacked a number of white high school students on n Brooklyn elevated train yesterday. Authorities blamed the at- lact on racial unrest. The racial conflict began Wednesday a Franklin K. Lane High School in Brooklyn. Three white boys attacked some Negro youths outside the school. School officials termed the assault unprovoked and suspended two of the while boys. The lliird was not n student. Principal Harry Ejsener commented: "I believe that the insecurity and unrest between Negroes and whites has been provoked by the situation in Arkansas and Virginia." Superintendent of Schools John Theobald termed the student battles "n most deplorable situation," adding',' "white boya*and colored boys are equally blameworthy." Police said the ,U6 boys who were arrested. „,yesterday, are members of the-'Simpers youlh gang, but declared that- gang warfare had nothing' to' do with tin buttle aboard the train. There wore no injuries Tho youths, alt under IG years of aye, were charged with juvenile delinquency. PoljCc said one 15-year-old- was carrying « homemade nun and had three bullets in his pocket. On tha station platform where the boys were picked up, police- found a shopping bag containing n dagger, n kitchen knife, a hunting knife, a "meal clbavcr find a Rotarlans Hold Weekly Meeting The Rolnrians held their regular meeting at the Lawson Hotel Tuesday. Kenneth Reaves had charge of the program, President Thell Manning conducted a question and answer period on the rules that govern the organization. J. H. Robertsons reported on the quota assigned lo this county for oversea relief and arrangements were discussed toy New Daniel, chairman of the farmers day luncheon lo be held Tuesday, Oct. 14. Hal Pullar, of Magnolia was a visiting Rotarian and Billy Roe, secretary of the C of C was a guest of Adam Gulhrie Jr. Gerald Hedgcock of Texarkana was :the guest of W. R. Hambright. Prescott Firemen Me e t ' •' " Members of the iPrescott Fire Department held their regular luncheon Tuesday night in the guest room of the Davis Cafe. The meeting was called to order by Chief Cunningham, and business was carried out, Secretary Carroll reported three fires,-and two drills during September; . Pr e sbytertan Circle 3 Me e ts Circle 3 of the Women of< the Presbyterian Church met (Monday evening at the church for a.pot luck supper. Hostesses were Mrs. Marion Cunningham and Mrs. Al Daniel. The invocation was given by Mrs. Floyd Hubbard, Mrs. John W. Davis, chairman, presided during the business s"es- sion after which Mrs, J. H, Robertson hold Ihe Bible study on "A Reading Church," She also led the conversation period on "Are We Building The Church?" The meeting adjourned with the Mizah benediction. Cnmdcn who is a -patient in St Vincents Infirmary. Four Jail Escapees Are Recaptured HOT SPRINGS, Ark, (AP> Four persons who escaped from tho Garland County Jail Tuesday night were bac-K in custody today. Sheriff Leonard Ellis said Rayburn C. Carpenter, • 19, was ar- rosiod at nearby Mountain Pine last night. The sheriff said that ptlly Raj- Anderson, 24, wns jnil by his father, relumpd to PNBMMWS! ;*KH DIXIE PRIYI'IN THIATRi *^i TONITE& SUNDAY 2 BIG ACTION HITS IN COLOR ipte , , tho sheriff had reported,, Billy Joe Niblett and t-iu-ry Wayne Tabor, both J7, were returned by Tabor's father. ' EUts snid an automobile stolen heyo the night of *no jail break ^Yas found at Mountain Pi»c. The foi)r youths were held in ponnectjon with auto Dieft charges pus said, They escaped by pvyjng a lo from a secpnd jloor door, and prawling through a plumbing ve and out a rear windows £A! ML ^VIYAM .uDaT ;URPHY & ***'5 4- T:' THL GUNS "' FOKT PLTTICOAI studio or producer talses -care of a,n the details. The staf offers his idvjpe and performance and be- ;omfs a partner in tho deal. This y?tejvt \vas pioneered by James wart, who rnade miljipns wi'n half-interest in such Ijlm? $> s inpJipstei' .71" and "-The PJeni Mj!ier story." , ^jewart'5 earnings are strict! gome, but he also owns ha}f 01 \o negative, With sych. films as RfSr WJndOW 1 «p{} "VPfU." J « n,4 Alfred Hitchcocfe \v|H iynlmi tl\e pntire negatjy? ,3, Tlje net of i TUe.lW?, Pro ^au§;i m M. prefer Jiereent jigs Pf fee profits \vi(h IJy? Put since a film rr«,$t eaj-n 4° vl -M its P0?t before it ,C§A |lpw 9 prof it, stars are begloauig tjJ pr 9 percentage pf Jh,? gvfls?- By per epflt «C PV^iT^ 0 * WSCS Circle 3 Meets With Mrs. yarbrough On Monday afternoon Circle 3 VSCS of First Methodist Church -let in the home of Mrs. Bob nrbrough fo rthe October meet- The chairman, Mrs, B, ,A. De .umar, conducted the ibusiness ession and gave the devotional on he theme "Eternal Vigilance — 'rice of Liberty" ibased on the th Psalms, closing with prayer, Mrs. Adam Gulhrie Sr. had •horge of the program and spoKo >n Missions and Settlement Houses n Kentucky and Tennessee, Mis Carol Scott spoke on "He Gjveth vith Simplicity." The hostess served cake ana offee to H members and 2 guest Virs Herbert Stephens of Blevin mcl Mrs. J. S. Crane. Mrs. kwe; Nolan was welcomed as a ne\ norubcr. Mrs. Sa^on Regan, Mrs Davis and Mrs. Pob Davis hostesses when the Wes}eyan Ser Vice Guild met on Monday even mg at the First Methodist Churc with 2i members and Mi's, P, A Kscarro, president of the WSC present. Mrs, N. R, Nelson, presided. The d?votlona! was by Miss Jillen flplt. Ml"? Haitom Jr. and Mr s < Cole reviewed the firsj snapte fro mthe mission ?tvdy ^00)5 " Concern of a Continent," in observance of tlw 1?W s versary ot \l\e Quijd bjrthday P and ?pffee was" seryed <i'o tablp poyered willi a }age e and centered, with an. aryan|ei of, fall Wps.sprn.S-' Mr- and Mrs. Harold White re urncd to Laurel, Miss. Mdndaj fter a visit with Mr. and Mrs Vatson White Jr. Monday night guests of Mr. and Virs. D. W.Durham .were (Mrs. Mildred Dickerson, Mrs. Mamie VIoore and Mrs. Bess Dodds ol lope. Mrs. H. P. Hamby was the guest of friends in Washington on Monday. powers would leave the way . or a possible meeting of foreign Ministers to ratify' such att agtce- ment if and when it has bfen vorked out by EflSt'West negotia« ors at a lower level, Some diplomats said that in drafting the note the Washington and London governments sought o give a 'yes ;but" reply to the Soviet Union's unexpected call for a conference f of foreign ministers. Their purpose, it was said, was .0 avoid being placed in a completely negative position — a potit* lion which the Soviet government might use as an excuse for scuttling the projected Geneva meeting entirely. The three powers httd a&reec earlier that they would meet at Geneva Oct. 31 to negotiate on tho political problems of a test suspension agreemfirit, .Several Soviet maneuvers, in re dent weeks have led high official! here and .in London to fear tha the Soviet government may ne pulling back from a workable tes suspension plan. One was the Soviei resumptior of testing after she had announcec last March 31 she was suspendin nuclear weapons -tests,. and. oftu the United States and Britain ha< said they were ready to suspen tests by Oct. 31. Another was her 'surprise pro posal that the Oct. 31 Genev meeting, to which she previous! iad' agreed, be,.raised, to tha for eign ministers' level. The laesl" came in New . Yor this week in a statement by So Mrs. Charlie Thomas atttnded ,a district svelfare staff meeting in Magnolia Tuesday. Bernard Rephan of Hot Springs vas a Tuesday 'business visitor in 'rescott and Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robey, Mrs; Jim Nelson, Mr and Mrs. A. E, McGuire and Mrs. John McGmre attended funeral services for Mrs- J W. Killingsworth ,at the Okla- o'na Christian Church jon Tuesday ifternooiT,' ' •. ' ! Friends of Mrs, N. N. Daniel vill be, happy to Know' she returned to her home Tuesday after undergoing major surgery at Cora Donnell hospital. Date Set for East, West Technical Talks WASHINGTON CZ!P) - The United States today accepted Nov, 10 as the starting date for East- West technical talks at Geneva on w to prevent surprise attack. The State Department made public a .diplomatic note delivered o the Soviet Foreign Ministiy today, agreeing to the date proposo.1 r Russia. ,. , ,. The n°t° called for participation „ the meeting by exports from Hie United States, Britain, -France, ;anada, Italy and possibly others. Russia, in agreeing- to the -talks ast Sept, 15, 'proposed the Soviet U|iicin, Romania, Chechoslovakia and Poland as Soviet bloe count tries to send experts, "... The Nov. 10 meeting would fo}- }ow the pattern of Ihe conference of scientists at Geneva last summer;on ways to control and, super* Vise,a suspension of nuclear weap. ons -test's. viet Foreign Jromyko, He Minister said the Andre Soviet New Approach on Radioactive Was to Starts PALLS, Idaho ew approach to the fdrfnidablS foblelti of disposing of radloae- ve wastes has beeH started at 16 Atomic: Energy Col^niJsisort's' astern Idaho testing station West To ii'ittstfate the problem, fir. ichard F. Post of the University f Califofriia's KadiatioH Labbf5> ory once said -that if all present ower were supplied by ftUeteaf sstofi reactors, "we would haw dispose each year bf art aniottrtt f radio ' active! fission qtial to that from the f 206,000 atomic .bmbsV' That makes current ,frin>6itf roblems from the few nuclear qmbs exploded oadh year scorn The'neW method takes' the water is often used t'o cool or iriddei'ale the neactoi') radioactive ,»aste and dries it in a flash by praying it acrs hot granulai 4 eds » . . the Waste left is a solid occupy ng a great deal less space than Vhen it was in the liquid. Sclen- ists of the Phillnb .%AlFB?i*EUM 'and Argonne National Laboratory vlho (developed the pi'oces. estl' mate it will reduce the vKime of vaste to about a seventh its previous bulk, , The Solidified waste .can- then bo stored in a much smaller space hall required to store the liquid n tanks. Fluor Corp., Ltd., of Los' Angeles began Work, on the six-mil- Uhndollnr pilot plant this' Week. Completion is expected early in 1900. The AEC said it, Fluor and Phillips designed the plant. Chinese Ask fo Exfend Ceasefire mitS"AW, Poland CAP) - the fnil'ed States called on Ifed China today W extend the lease-fife at authoritative sources rc- informants said U.S. Ambassa- +, dor JaCob Beam urged the sica when he met Wans Ping-nan m Med .China for a seventh, and possibly crucial, session of then- series of talks on the Formosa crisi". , The cease-fire proclaimed by Red China Sunday expires in two , The Meeting lasted 2 hours ant] minutes, Next meeting will M Oct. 1§ Toyldr & Jordan USED CARS • — Arid — BODY SHOP 216 S. Hazel PhSHe 5M022 Oevtlle.Taylor 1 > John Bill Jordan Fof Hows Style Meals—Try The Grill Cafe ' Three complete meals daily Open 3 a. m. to 8 p. rn. Next dbor to Farm Bureau YOUR HAIR... • Con Be Years Younger IN JUST MINUTES DIANE'S BEAUTYSALON Pho. 7-3118 204 S. Main EDITH — — DIANE \JI KJlllJ '**-ft *-•— — — j wanted the United Nations ,to vot for ' an immediate suspension o esting by all countries. But h also said that the Soviet Union needed to continue tests until it had equaled the number of test explo'sions recorded by the United States and Britain since March 31, Such i a test program would extend- beyond the scheduled opening of Lhe Geneva meeting Auto Sniping Youth «^*- • 1 «^^B •••rmtHtf ' Arrested Thursday JONESBORO, ARK, (AP) — An 18-year-old sniper who ambushed cars on a rural road near here was captured yesterday, Sheriff Lonnie Cooper said u>i youth lives near Jonesboro, The boy was arrested when officers cornered him in a field north of here. He had eluded police pursuers earlier yesterday, but dropped his .22 "caliber rifle in flight, At least four cars were struck in the ..ambush Wednesday .night, police said, Kenneth Evans, 32, one. of the motorists, was grazed the left arm by n slug, The youth 'was held in Craighead County Jail on nn open charge, News Brief• HOLLYWOOD (AP — Marilyn Monroe has shaken off the effects of a virus infection Vl sufficiently 'enough to return to work today on. the movie "Some Like It Hot." ROBBINSVILLE', • N.G-. (AP , — 'Mrs. J. Z, Watk'ins of CKarlotfe, president of the 'North, -Carolina Congress of'..Parents and. Teachers,on her way'to a district' PTA, conference here, hurriedly, grabbed 'her portable typewriter to witite her speech.'-here. On arrival^ slie found she'd brought her portable sewing machine instead. ! WENDELL, N.'C, (AP — Mrs Brodley Roberts frowned when tlic snake fell from the chandelier at dinnertime. Another one of her son's toys!- Only it wasn't. Amid screams from Mrs. Roberts and her guest, son Keith safely snared the eight-inch copperhead, which apparently had chosen the chandelier as a retreat from cold ^weather. . _ • Australia has chartered two ships for trips to its Antarctic research stations in 1959, in 86TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 5 PC. Maple Dinette, Service fop 6 dishes,-Place-Mats and stainless steel silverware. $86.00 MONTGOMERY WARD Americans Get Better Mail Service M/JAMT, " (AP r-Amefieans Another Nuclear Test Ii §et Off YEQAS, NQY. ' (AP) r-. nucjear detonaypn w, \e cuj-rgnt JOtShpt test sgrjps \vas /ire,(J at Vtil'ha, fjst in til? NfVflflft test! site desert, ipday . U \yas a )iUlo MOW as atomic blasts go, and °»e pf ih? smallest ,firp4 here, The AtQrnJp Energy Qommissiou said it was .it} the S«t>' jiilQio.0 ranee, mewing it flaa § tew* ot less than I.W5 HS sf TNT, The devlpe v/gs J)refl Ir |opt steel tower, 'A dvUl at 4w away-' js ' a fgint we h,9 ji and oj +rM*-t »**•*•*( IT '-J* • • , are "getting better,' speedier majl service under a modern, streamlined program but it is costini the government nearly a million de-i- it rs a day, the department says, Postmaster General A r t h u v gkimmenfleW told the National League of postmasters m an' fid- dress 'rend by an assistant tlw he department will have "a staggering ' 351' million» dollar deficit his yonr'' He said higher postal rates add' ed 450 rm) lic m dollars' to revenue but .new salary increases will taH.o 275 "million and increased mart •at>§ to railroads and other new costs wiJJ ta)?e the remainder, B was met Has STASIS AttWna o| the first Bf pUs) G j>itmippa' Hi ohm-eft I'pr. |l\e Jirst ing p |tl\e new y,e<jr ,p,i-escUeijt, S&Vs- 4- presiding, • The .meeting pps group singjns, -"£. £e l JStje. rryj.f J fice Sin Fwttiv*' to earn )^ x ./Al O . * J* Ffe 1\<S ,!"*'! JfcwiH -'«•; ;;£,? wood j. n- tw-«w- Wi, ¥*€ 4 J4rfc {9. i n maw been ' t w P J w4ejrgr«yuid aliw nuslpar is planned ns. TJw $? 0?i, . mm to -M^. fiW^U £JAi» SSSJ^^- ; i'»: ^S'iif^fm* '"'-^jglBr^WH* ^JMf ^^^j^ wS^BHoari , l c«ritillfl.r»>' arsa^-flfiar •MM Bod Uck Dogging April Brothers BBIDGETPN. N'-J (AP' " ,W"H is Begins e^roberland ,y- FreejiPWer Ma« 'April,- -{fis par toned pyep m Au nd, he was ihrpwi wt. gufl ''' Arkansas Democrat Phone . . . 7-6704 MRS, D, f, (JOE) HARPER — Distributor — 410 W, 6th St. Hope,'Ark. 21" OVER-ALl DIAO. PICTURE TUBE 263 SO. IN. VIEWING AREA r »'V 4 IOW-PRICE TV WITH EXCLUSIVE MOTOROLA GOLDEN GUARANTEE Full year guarantee on all tubes and parts, 5 years on Golden .Tube Sentry Unit. Use as stereo speaker. Fininhes: Char- • coal, 1 Grained Mahogany, or Grained Blond. Model 21T58. (In Charcoal finish) 229" LESS YOUR TRAD! EASY PAY TIRE STORE . 214 E. 2nd. - Hope, Ark. 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