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Page Feu? <*&<& ft -f-fV™ * a. ' Porkers Tackle Old r; MlM Saturday . "LITTLE HOCK. Ark. Orl 2 ' fAP)—Unbeaten Ole Miss nnd win" less Arkansas collide hcoe Sainr dn>' in what hns oomr to br known in recent years ns the nil sot merles. Throe 1 limos in thr pnsl four season"!, the proud Rtbels hnve l.eeti collared by an uii'lerdog Hn^orbnek eleven. Arkansas' 12-C decision In Memphis last year marks the last Htne .Tohnny Vnt'ftht's charges saw defeat. If ever Arkansas needed tin upset, it Is now. Freshman Coach frank Boyles has bitein the d-,is( five consecutive times but he ran restore himself in .no:i:l graces of Arkansas fans by measuring the Porkeis 1 p.rch-rival. The Porkors will need n lot of luck to pull the trick this year. They Jiavcn'i taken well to ftroy- Jos' wtngcd-T attack, they hnven't enough weight in the lino to dig Jn on defense at "hoy junctures.: they haven't hnd the blocking to spring loose n bevy of fast bacltn. Making inntters worse, fullback ^ .Don Stone —the bntturinj! ram who .has shouldered lha burden of Arkansas' offense this season—,. probably will miss the game. .Stone has spent Iho last two day? 'In the college infirmary with high * fever from a virus infoclio.n. With Stono out. primary ball' f (Carrying chores will be hnndlod ,\W 'first team senior Don Hor, .J.pn and sophomores Jim Mooty "•'rind Billy Kyscr. i!j, 'rMiko Cooncy will t?ikc his sec- r ond turn as starling quarterback • against the Rebs. The Texan edged out the more experienced James Monroe for Hie no. 1 signal calling 1 job Ole Miss will be in prime phy- . sical (shape for the contest. All ' hands, including Kent Lovelace and Riclyard Price, who wc]'o '\sitielincd in recent games, will bo available for duty. 1 Arkansas expects to concentr- ' ale this week: 911 defense against •what Broyles calls stho sprint out pass." a key play in Olo ' Miss' attack. It's a quick fling ,from the quarterback to a speedy '"'halfback cutting toward the side-' lines. "Ole Miss has used that play { > Jor years and they use it to perfection," Broyles said. "They can beat us with that one alone un' le.sg wo do something about it." ' .Bnvlar'". used a similar pass vary , "effectively asjainst the flogs. * ^ Broyles debunks the ujiset tVadilion of (he game, buf Vanish! doesn't take it llshll.v. "Past re- 1 „cords mean nothing," he said "Arkansas always puts out its best effort against Ole Miss." A sellout crowd of 30,000 is expected to sit in, dosolte odds favoring Ole Miss bv 15 points,' the fans aivo some ere- , .O.e.iaW 22,1951 Hope Bobcats Rated Third The first college in the United Stales was 1 Harvard, Jiaincd after its first benefactor, John Harvard. 11 Was founded at Cambridge, Mass., in JGS.ff, l3y the time of .the RevolU* tionary War", the colonists had founded 10 colleges. The Muiti* b.er has steadily increased uhll) tddpy there are more thati il,700 Institutions of (liigtip^ 1 learning in th'e United Stat,es, Brl((uinlr.» Mississippi Solid Choice Over Porks By HAROLD CLAASSEN Assoclatect Press Sports Writer NEW YO1K (APJ — -You say they have tukeji the lucking out of these letters After all, 30 .correct guesses in 52 attempts last week isn't loo bad, is it Hero are this weekend's picks: Army over Pillsburgh: Two of Hie East's most rugged. Dawklhs — if he plays — and Anderson give the Cadets an edge in spc.ed. Wiscinsin ovei Ohio State: Strictly on a hunch. liouls.inna State over Florida: How can the Tigers be denied. They have a Cannon, BilJ Hint is. while lhc Gators must' counter with US-pound Jimmy Dunn. Auburn over Mnryliind: The Plainsmen don't score •heavily but llieir opponents usually don'l .score at ,-ili. Oklahoma over Kansas Slate: The Soonors, now playing in the B,ig Eight, will have a winning streak of two come ; Saturday night. Washington Statp ov ; or Southern California: Have you ever seen so many ups and down as in the Coasl Conference Ibis fall, jNolre Dnm.e over Purdue: All Iho Irish -walking wounded are back in good health. They will need to be to stop the team thai spilled Michigan Slate: a woej? ago. Princeton over Cornell: Who would have t hough! two dencc to tho hex idea. Yesterday tho Ra/.orbacks drilled on dummy defense withoul eo.n- tact. Special emphasis was placed on Ole Miss sprint out pass, - in Arkansas By JOHN R. StARR Associated Press SpoMs Whitef Tho top four teams held their positions in The Associated Press' third weekly rankings of Arkansas prep football teams. El Dorado look nil eight first place votes lo score n maximum RO points and retain the lop sp'X. The Wildcals were followed by Little nock Hall with 70 points. Hope With 02 nnd Fort Smith with SO. Fifth place hnd a new occupant —Little Rock Central, which moved Up from eighth utter beating Tcxarkana 38-21. the spot wa« vaVated by Hot Springs which fell lo lOlh afler a 12-0 loss to A T orlh t.ilflo Rock. Thai vlclory enabled the Northside fs to climb from seventh In'o a sixth place tie with Lltflo Rnck Catholic, which held Ihe posilion alone las.t week. West Memphis, 13-0 victory over Wynne, climbed from lOlh to eighth. Van Buivn held ninth dc- ago that this one might decide the Ivy League title Skippjnp over the others in a hurry: FRIDAY William & Mary over George Washington. SATURDAY EAST: Miami over Boston College, Bro.w.n over Rhode Island, Govinnlo over Columbia, Connecti- .cul .over Delaware, Durlmouth over Harvard, Holy Cross ovo.r Bqstpn .University. Htitgers ovo.r ^.ehl^h, Navy over Penn, Pnnn Stale over Syracuse, Yale over Colgate, Villanova over Rich mond. SOUTH: Missisippi over' Ar kansas. Clemson over South Carolina, Duke, Furman over the Citadel, Kentucky over Georgia, Mis sisippi State over Alabama, North Carolina over Wake Forest. Tennessee over Florida Slati 1 .. VancienblU over Virginia, Virginia Tech over West Virginia. MIDWEST: Iowa over Norlh- wo.sto.nj, Cincinnati over Oklahoma Stale, Colorado over Nebraska. Ari/.ona Stale over Dr- troit, Bradley over Drake, Michigan Stale over Illinois, Indiana over 'Miami (Ohio),' Tulane over Kansas College of pacific over M.arquollc, Michigan over Minnesota, - Missouri over Iowa State. SOUTHWEST: Rice over Texas, Baylor over Texas A&M, Hardin Simmons over Wichita, North Texas State over Tulsn, Southern Methodist over Georgia Tech. FAR WEST: Air Force over Uliili, Oregon over California, Id aho over Ari/omi, Oregon State over Washington, UCLA ovei 'Stafford, Colorado Stole ovei Utali Slale, Wyoming over N Mexico. MAIL-IN CLASSIFIED AP The u ' c k o"^ Inexp^^iye Wj<?y To Pp Business INSTRUCTIONS: Put your Classified Ad Words in Squares Below , . . one word to the squqre. Put 'the nup^be/ of .days you* want your Ad to run in square at bottoni. Then figure your cost. EXAMPLE; 1 5 words juif s 3 days , , $>c -r 6 days , . } ;-;i NAME , Ad Is T« Run After the Battle of San Ja« clnto, April 21 ( 183d, the Ittde- pendcnce of Texas from Mexico Was established.' For the ne*t 10 years Texas was an independent republic with Satti Houston, the "hero of San Ja* cinto, as president. The Republic's government was patterned after that of the United States. The Texas' congress adopted a red, wbtte and blue flag bearing a single star, from Which Texas derives Its "L&ne Star State" nickname. ', © EncycloijeJla E.rltannloa Hope Star Classified Ads ADS MUST «E IN OFFCE DAY .BEFORE PUBLICATION 7-3411 F V OS.P The schedule of Solutiaf Periods, as printed below, has beett takefl from John Aldert Knight's Soluhaf Tables. Plan your days so that you will be fishing ift good territory br hunting in good cover during these times, if you Wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer. The Major Periods are shown In boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for art hour and a half or two 'hours there* after. The Mihor Periods* shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M, P,M, Minor Major, Minor Major : spite a 7-0 defeat by Hall. De Queen, Forrest City, Fayellc- ville, Texnrkana, Pine Bluff and Fordyce also received voles. The top 10 with ppints, rccoids and comparative scores: Team Pis. Rec. Pts. Opp Pis J. El Dorado, AAA 80 6-0 140 2. Hall, AAA 70 5-0 107 3. Hope, AA 02 0-0 142 4. Fort Smith, AA ' " " 56 .8-1 103 72 5. Central, AlA . /3j9 4-2 95 -110 0. N. Lille Rock, AAA '33 4-2 134 7. Catholic, AA 33 5-1 103 8. West Memphis, AA 1 5-0 121 8. Van Burcn, AA 141/3 4-2 123 10. Hot Springs, AAA 14 3-3 91 37 Others receiving votes: DC Queen 9, Forrest, City 4, Fayetlc- ville and Texnrkana 2, Pine'Bluff and Fordyce 1. '"•',:.- Wednes. 1:26 Thursday 2:15 Friday Saturday Sunday 7:30 SMS 3:00 9:00 3:45 -9:45 4:80 10130 lii5 : 7155 2!30 8!40 '3:15 9125 4:0010110 4:45 10!56 41 30 21)\ by Two Invasions Bears Are About Enough JONESBORO, Ark. (AP)— residents hero think "two be.ar invasions in -two days is lof-rmich to bear. , j II was funny when a black bear aniibled inlo Jonesboro Monday and climbed into a retired postman's chicken yard — even though the animal tried to cult lotus Cooksoy and had to be driven oi! with a shovel. But when a second bear shownd Dp' in a .residential area last night, the mailer becarrife serious. "We're going lo have to start shooting if something isn't done." declared Police Chief H e b e r I Pierce. In both cases, the bears climbf-fi trees as spectators gathered and shinnied down when tho crowds broke, up. The bruins trotted nwnv on 'both oocnsio.ns without molost- inp the watchers. Tom Mull, director of education fo rtho Arkansas Game and Fish Commision, said last night he. (Ipubted the. Jonesboro boars were nmorig those the commission hroughl to Arkansas rnrentlv >to ''arid vpviolv tp Hie wildlife." Chipf Pierce said that residents were pjnrmpd over tho bear visits now. ''They've pot their norcli liphts on and they've armed them- pelves." he said. Mull said about p dozen bears which tho G?mp Si.Fish commiss. ion trapned in Minnesota wore re! in ' wooded couiitrv neni' Kn^b a.nd another'15 or sn were freo.d in the Black Mountain n of northwest Arkansas. 'Bears have been known tft travel 40 mi}o,s.." MulJ said, "but a trio from Bald Knob to Jones- )ro wnujd b,e"y§ to ,BO Then whoro, did the The Negro Cpnjnjjunity 'Esther Hlckt Phone 7-4.678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day Kindness is a language the dumb can spenk, and the deaf can hea and understand — Bovce. Notice *£ Buf • W* Sell * W» »«M HEAL tSTAtft H. D. tfJKAWKLlN COMPAS* A, P, fielohey, Mafi&gef Cattle?, SflleJtnM IT* ( tidfltf Distance Call C6l« lect 561 Fre« Estimate*, Lowet Sate,*. ' " Ml^01*r"TttANsffilt ..., . . STOHAOE CO. pHEseo-rri BARttAM Brothers House Mov ers. iHsttred and free estimate, Write Barham Brothers Gale, Arkansas, 214 Mo. NO hunting or trapping will be allowed without a permit on my land In the old proving ground, This land is posted. W. I, Stroud. 10-l-2mo. c Services Offered U5T us renovat* your old mat- tres§. We speciallzt In preisurl- ted Inhersprlng, ' ' COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 Weft 4th, Phone 7-3831 -• Special Notice Guidance Committee and Fa.cultj of Verger High will hold an fnfor tnnlion Clinic for Parents, Teacher and Students, Thursday, .Octobe 23, starting at 8:40. Calencad of Ev'-nts The 'Hope Civic Improvement As socialion will meet Thursday, Oct 23 at 7:30 p.m. at Hicks Funera Home. Election of officers \vill b held and all interested persons ar asked to be present. ' Coming and Going Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Walker have recently returned home from month's vacation trip to Houston San Antonio and El Paso, Texas and points in Southern California Obituary Funeral services for M'rs. Smith Hicks will bo held Friday Oct. 24 at 2 p.m. at Providenci Baptist Church, Norphlet, Ark Burial in Hicks Cemetery with An drcws' Funeral Home of El Dor ado in charge. Mull had only one theory. Ho said that -in past years, sonrw srpall piroyses ,afl4.m£,4!Pine shpiys, lad broken up and Hinted thpjc, bears loose jmd irm.vbe -this, ap-counted for- 1H<? &ne§ pt borp. He offered {hjj advice to ono fin?t'H£! ft bear in thp yarcli i'l-iet him a}oj\p. JJoo't, pprne'j* aqd. %'J.l 1'iw fi'Ofn you,", said ii~ wpnW not be la?al to Kill a basr expeftt in .self-» . o px-ptecl'hjs rinn't thinlj it wou)(J'bn nP.cesgj-y with a, bla?U bpar. A' M''iy7ly,- yna- b'nf thesi'littlp blnnk be»rs, no, 11 - t« on? \vfiich f$me jo dpy. wps hejieyfid Jp nounds, , pounds, Foreign Policy Slammed by |x-president By ERNEST B. VACCARO WILMINGTON. Del'. (AP) Harry S. Truman soucht to labo Eisonhowor-Diillps foreign poljcj today as one of "blunder, bluster and brink of war. The former Prp.sidfnt also dubbed Viop Pr-osident Nixon th*- •"ohip[ halpholm'an"" for the Re publicans. Ho said Nixon is try ing to helo the GOP candidals 1 by using "verbal sarbafre," Trumnn said l hi s and triore o Eisenhower and Nlvnn as he en; 1 Vied hjs Democratic parnpaign from Pennsvjynnja into Delfnvarp '. In pn address prenared for Ppmocmtio rallv, he snokg scorn fn.lly'pf FJsenhnwor's rlnim n/ run- nlnfe a "sound government." "A 'sound' govpr,nme.nt to RpRUbJicins," t h P 74-year-ol'' Demonratin cam»aj,snpj - nrpucd, "is t!)f kind of eovornmcnt i .wljiph, (ho Prfirleijf n^kes n|< spinels while tho vice president s»nvls,V ^n,cj he pd$eft ,fho Retjublicans pp'j jnaHe >'» their nv'ivis wheth j>l«' t to aifn Jheir oamjifiign "at Vfl|iPHoiiarJp,s fm- thfiv ninnqy or .t^ip Jijorah for their votes," Trunoan ^sid, nflmits th" ^o.c»pp.rt to tjlbje ,de/.egt VUlJes? they chavge that, the Democrats "are dedicated t;p socialism fil home and svarinoiv gering abrpgd. 1 ' • • . The yoters. he said, "ar*- not jo fall for thfit kinr( o( \'Q\; } gpybagB again," jjrumatV wns.in'toq ,, ' a rallv in jS T ew .Caslje,' pa", •Tuesday, ntelil, Ha aot n waleom tjjpr,o earlier in thp day Jha,t vi somp of, his' H He is ' flvjng " l this ofi,nr]iooj) tp -do, pan]Daip-niii9 /oj- peh , Averell Harrjmnn in |vis vigorously p'ontjpslfl4 '' Npjspjn •%>>'*]$&. r^l -wwjit .RALPH Montgomery Market, cu§torn jilaughtering. 5?e have meat for ypor deep freeze. See u< before buyinr. * 17-tf SINGER 'SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd. L. E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695. ' " " r ' 5-14-tf PASTURE'clipping, see Mike Sny- ker, at Sriyker : '-'Hotel, Phone 73721. 23-1 Mo. F.OR a complete line of pumps, water wells or work overs. Call O. T. Clark. 711 E. Oth. Phone 7-4364. 26-1-mo-p Instruction BEGINNING Lessons in oil painting "arici paslels. Interested persons may contact Freddie Jones. 514 East Third Street, or call 7,2732,' ' . : ;23-tf Opportunities Offered HOSPITALIZATION MEN AND WOMEN Salesmen, Sales Trainees and Supervisors. LARGE NATIONAL COMPANY in business ,. since 1926 with best policies to sell and the besl compensation for those who sell them. Earn at least $400-$500 your first month even wilhout previous experience with: automatic pay raise of $25 to $50 each month, Local radio and newspaper advertising lo help you. Highly efficient work and training program. Compensation includes extra long commission paid at lime pf sale, 25% renewals, free hospitalization, free retirement plan-and many other benefits. 'Even betler conlacls for people with supervisory experience and proven sales abilily, Age no barrier if over 21 and a willing worker, Now is Ihe lime to make tho decision lo build a future for y.oyrself. For personal interview see Mr, Poynler —'Hotel Barlow Wed. or Thursday night 7 to 9 P, M. or Thursday or Friday morning 8 to 10 A, M, 22-3tc Business Oppoitunitte<; OPPORTUNITY ' MAN OP WOMAN jRegponsJ;bl<3 person from this .a/ea tp "'se'rvice and collect from cigarette' dispensers. No sellipg, Car, references, a nd $600 19 $!,f|'0 jrjy.eslmpnt necessary, 7 lo 1? houjs weekly nets ijp lo $350 monthly in- comp, Possibility full-lime work. FOJ- JogaJ -interyjew give phone an?l parljpunjars, Whii'e tionaj Dislrj.'b,vUin,g 'Co., PP 885^ OKJah.oma City, Ok.la, 20-3ip Wonted fD I wv Contact C, -R, East, near Shoyer Springs, fit, 2, ^ to MY *•* PheJled pecans, Phpne guste ,yis>, traijors. flyers Quit 0}' ?J)§)lt. S-lmo? ^^ "™n?aC Higl) 3 P4PGB '(-oorrfs, pyiyaje ' 2^3 unfuvnjshed house at )8 ^{. See 9wner at ,pn Rosston Female Help Wanted TWO waitresses, Apply in pel-son. Diamohd Cafe, Hope, Ark, 19-tf Our Big Christttias Time Earning Time! Avon Cosmetics has two territories open for women who wish to earn. Insure your Merry Christmas! Representatives needed for iietlland Township iMc* Cnskill) and Saline Township (Co> Uimbtis). Car necessary, Write Avon. Box 377, Mot Springs, Ark. Give directions lo your h6me. 22-3tc WANT AD rtAT§§ All Wont Ads ire poy&b'd irj advance buf ads will be -Jccdpted bvdf the telephone and ar.-.ohiodd- tlort dcceunfs allowed with Ihe uH- fidirtS tho account is payable stdtemertf is rendered. &f Words Up to (5 16 lo 20 21 to .25. 26 tb 30 31 t8 35 36 to 40 '41 lo '-iS '46 t6 50 Day .45 .60. .75 ,90 1.05 1.50 1.35 1.50 thrcS Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 300 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 Month 4.50 . 6.or* 7.50* 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Help Wonted MEN-WOMEN $20 Daily, sen turn- inous hameplates. Write Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. 3-lm>p 3.60 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ~tlrn(5 .i 80c pef inch 3 times 6 times 65c per inch 55c per inch WANTED AT ONCE.- Man or woman to supply Rawleigh house-i hold necessities lo consumers in: S. Hempstead County or Hope,; Full .or part time. For- details' without obligation see Corwln Crow, Rt. 1, Box 30, Nashville, Ark, or write Rawlelgh's, Dept, AKJ-041-271, Memphis, Tenn. 6-lf 2 MiE,N or families to work on farm and live on farm later. Monthly pay. See J. B. Bailey across highway from Long's Store on Washington Highway or call .Prospect 7-3470 after ,6 p.m. 20-tf For Sole ALUMINUM screens, doors, storm windows, weather - stripping, insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone 7-5867- 9 HOUSE TO BE MOVED For sale by bid. .422 'West Third Street, Hope, Ark. Raymond Byers Phone 7-2956. 13-1-m-p 1950 STUDE'BAKETl pickup. Cattle bed, ''fi.ea.teiY clean and. in good condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7-4011. 29-tf MIXED HAY — Lespedesia and grass. 35c and 40c at barn. J. W. Strickland. 7-3731. 3tf FIVE .room home across street from ^Brookwood School. 509 So. Spruce. Phone 7-2223. r?-6tp NICE Home — 5 rooms and din- e'tle, car".port. Completely furnished. Cheap for quick cash sale phone-7-4047. • ' 16-6tp JNSURANCE. Fire, Tornado', Auto- mibile, Linbiliiy with the Hartford Fire Insurance Company Company group of stock compan ies. ARE YOU FULLY COVERED? Call Jim Cole,' Hope Insurance Agency. 18-12tc FIVE room house, $1,000. A good buy to rebuild or move. Joh^ W. Webb, Ozan, Ark, 21-lm-p 8 Acres, Hope edge, modern 4 room furnished. $0,000 —' $2,500 down payment. Balance like 190 acres, good stand, ot, pine, some logs and pulpwood for mark' et. $10,000. Terms, Strout Realty Agency. 620 West 67 IJiglnvay. 2i-i-m-c 6 ROOM house, double garage, 412 N, Main- Largo lot, See ''Harry Robinson, ' 2l-3tp INVESTORS nUe.ntion, Investigate this. We have a Uplown .Duplex in perfect condition, 4 rooms and ibflth each -side, Double garage. Rents paying 15 per "cent 'On 'investment, Franklin Company, Phojie 7-4607- A, P, Pelony; Man- agey, Howard Collier, salesman, ' 22-3tP CI/pJA'N 1946 JTOR.D, 37,000 actual miles. Call Prospect 7-5848. Funeral Directors Ambulance ial PR 7,2123 HOME Hope Star route opeji for-poys 38 years ^nd pyer, "Apply St ' Office. ; .- • ,Nj.ce Jjtye ms^Wil top, r fl powple.- Qn'J Pity Jpt§ to, {owp, .schools, #j\uvj?li"es. gm.aH down, piie . 3 comp}e.t££. BUS' it tasje. A ba.rga. .09t Ifl Rotes quoted above ore for consecutive Insertions. Irregular or skip dote dds will take the ono-doy fate, j All daily classified advertising copy* will -be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication' the following day. The publisher reserves the right to revise or edit all advertisements .of fered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising • submitted. ' Initials of one or more letter;, groups of flqures, such as house or telephone" numbers count os one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible, for errors jn Want Ads 'unless errors are' called to our attention 'after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion.* PHONE: PROSPECT 7-343f Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday • ofternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President I Alex. H. Washburn, Secy-Ires. at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex, H. Washburn, Editor B, Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor D'onal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W.' Hosmer, Mcch. Supt. ' Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1B97. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription. Rates (payable in By carrier In Hope and neighboring towns — Per week ...,..:.,... ............... . .... S .30 Per year ....','••• .......... ............. 'V?.? By moll in Homestead, Nevodo, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month ..... .............. > ........ 5 -85 Three months Six" months One ycor ., •All other moil — One montl) , Three months .Six months ..' One year" 1,8,5 3,50^ 6.SOW 1.30 3.90 7.80 15.60 Nat'l Advertising P.eprosentatives; Arkansas Doilies, Inc., 1602 Sterirk Bldg. .Mernphis 5, Tenn,; 505 Toxos Bonk Bldg.;' Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chlr.ano 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd "St., NPW York .17, N. Y-; 1763^ Penobscot pldp,, Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, OWa. Member of The Affociofed Prets; The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the LITO for republicatlon of oil tho'local n'pvvs printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. Room find Board • BQQJVt AND BOABD % FOR room 'and board,"'cooking a,t its best, with c]ean' comfgrtgble ' rooms with innersprjng niattre??-- eg, attic • ventilation,: Snyker '- ." s S3- Mo. WANTJEPTP Pine Pylpwppo by Truck HAROMJ 16th PR 7.4321 Hi J" ROAD KING RAGE i^lSPSSSmn. WsrJs8«irintnl •^•."^a^s^t WH^y>^^^»gjj»»gBSyl ^^&ntMf^ s ^^ £ ^ ] m

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