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Pap six HOPE ,Sf AR, MOPI, ARKANSAS 30, t958 Hope-Camden Contest Is Sure to Be Rugged J^ans hiur a HFAT CAMDfciV dftttipaign KOIHM dmuiUmn nnd ov-1 0 t, „< i , i it*- n. ,- t M at Camd,n tho P«nth« fan,! **" <[ !?"!<< "* m ln ihe f "' st gamp rrf the sensob. Crowed eked out n 7 to 0 victory ovrr .Camdett while If ope had a rnggod time downing the , Eagles 7 to 0. Statistics of the Cnmcicn romps the word , Camdr-n - Crrissctl contest favor The Panthers find thi'inselves in [h P Panthers who gained 208 yards n ''must win' situation Hope was t otnl („ 230 for Crossed. The'Pan- have the samr thing going The fltibs moot hole Knrl;u night in a Crucial Di<=tiirt rnntc-l thnt will decide flip titlr- fdVoi'cd for the title laU vcnr nnd the Panthris uj>«rl the Bobcats 14 to 7." The contest is a "mnsi win" for the JHobcnis too A ut'toiy would clinch a tin foi tho crown with only Arkndelphia in the path to lite title. iLnst week Cnmelon look the men- thers muffed three fine scorirtg chances in (he game. Added to the fact that Camden will weigh as much and possibly more than Mope, fans cnn set- flint Friday nights contest is SUIT to prove rough. Coach ,fohn Pierce will have his team at nearly full strength for the Fiihing Around Arkanias Lake? Lfftm ROCK <-AP>~a fishing report anri f.jrrrnsl prepared by trip Arkansas Game and Fish Cwnmissiwi; Lakf Ouai'hita: tipper cri'1 dmgy: bass add crnppic fair <>n minnows and artificial bail. Mountain Lake: Wa;«r. Defense Chief Arms of Porks in Workout's FAYfcTTKVtLLE, Ark. (AP) Defense, clt fcnse and more d reuse. That has been, and wilt continue li bp, the order of the clay as University of Arkansas Rajlorbnckil prepare for tlu'i rclash with Tex* fis A&M Saturday. And more times than not, thftt clofehse pnu'tiec is against passdS Harris Brnke: Water clear: bass) "We have to be nh the look' n live- out." Coach Frank Broyles said. "They pnss mote- than nny olhi?r clear; bass, broom and r-roppic fair lo good on artifirial h;ii1. worms anil minnows. Nlmrod Lake: Writer clear: crflppio fair to goorl on irnmunv;:: bass fair on artificial biiii. and crnppo fair to minnows and artificial bail. Mlfe of Pine Bluff, n le:nn which j first lime in weeks and that should has improved steadily since the'help. The Bobcats know this is Lake Greasoh: Larpr month | R " 1 S 1(1 wing team I've over seeh. 1 bass fair on plastic w<rms; while Adjustments to that singe wing bass fair on lop wain- lines wh ( n wil1 occupy most of the two remaining days before Ihe game. Broyip.jj ni'^r 1 '""•" lhis k K(H f^ >c'hV/nT^j't vr^ "the game" and have bi-en work- "We're looking bctteri said ;iflor yesterday's Mope Star Classified! Ads A5§ MUST IE IN QFFiCt DAY If FORE PUBLICATION _ PHONI M4J1 FOK AD TAKER ting re'ndy. Offensively, the Porkers Wore : bolstered by the return of Donilii Stone. who dressed out for 111 "first practice in two woes. Since being sidelined by n virus attack Stone worked at as third team right halfback, where he wa.t swlchorl Tuesday from fullback. Broylns said Stone, appears to be fully recovered and may play some Saturday. CREAM ALL FLAVORS 1/2 GALLON LIPTON TEA THE 'BRISK" TEA 1/4 Lb. OQ 16 Count 91 Box «J~C Tea Bags *L \ L Mrs. Tucker's SHORTENING J Con / ; JlC 10 Lbs. FOLGERS or MAXWELL HOUSE Lb. Can TRICK or TREAT — NESTLES 79c CANDY 10 MILK 3 'ss 44c PREMIUM CRACKERS SCOT TISSUE 2 Rolls ALCO PORK s BEANS 3 con; 25c LIGHT CRUST — PILLOW CASE FLOUR 25 CHICKEN APPLE 303 Can SAUCE 15c FIESTA — VIENNA Can EXTRA FANCY GOOD FRESH PRODUCE FANCY RED LEHUCE - 10c GRAPES Lb, U. S. Business Profits Are Lagging 25% By SAM DAVV30N AP Business News Aanlyst NEW YORK (AP) — American business profits aiv trailing those of last year .by 25 per cent with two out of three firms showing declines for the first nine months of 1038. But the gap slowly but steaclly is being narrowed since the grim fi.rst three months of the year, In the first quarter of 1958, the decline from the like period of 1937 was 33 per cent with the industrials off 36 per cent. At the halfway mark, profits looked a bit 'bettor — all business running 32 per cont behind the 1057 figures, with industrials down 33 per cont. Today aj better third 'quarter for many companies gives the nine-month net profits after taxes of the first 461 companies to report a combined total of $5,603,763,000, compared w.ith $7,517,376.000 for the same companies in 1057, a drop of 25. per cent. 'Declines were reported by 316. Net losses were reported by 23, compared with 13 in the previous year. Red ink was splashed notably over the reports of the auto Industry and the Eastern rail 1 roads. Of the 391 industrial firms reporting so far, 276 declined. Combined profits came to 84,415,504.000. against $0,215,264,000 in 1957, a drop of 28.9 per cent. UliliUes mostly went .(heir The schedule of Soiuttaf Periods as printed below, has beeJi take! from John Aldett Knight's Sbitihaf Tables. Plan your days sa tha you will be fishing in good territory 6t hunting in good cover during these times, if you Wish to find the best sport that each day has W Offer. The Major Periods are shown Ifl boldface type, These begin at the limes shown' and last fo? an hour and a half or two hours there after. The Minor Periods, shown In regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration, A. M. P.M, Minor Major Minor Major Thursday 7:25 1:05 7:45 1130 Friday 8:10 1:50 Saturday Sunday 8:55 2:35 9:40 3:20 8:30 2M5 0:115 3:00 10:00 3145 Nixon Returns Campaign to the Corn Belt By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Vice President Nixon returned o the Cron Belt today as he headed west on his linal bid for election of a Republican Congress in next Tuesday's voting. Nixon, en route to a weeend of campaigning in Alaska, stopped overnight in Chicago before traveling t'o Fort Dodge, Iowa, and Wichita, Kan., todoy. His Friday schedule takes him o Billings, Mont., and Everett, Wash., before he heads for Alaska. Voters of the prosoectlve 49th state will name two U.S. senators' ind a representative in a special election Nov. 25. Campaigning in C a 1 i f o v n la Wednesday night, Democratic Nfi- ional Chairman Paul M. Butler •enpwed his suggestion that Democrats who won't support a civil rights plank in I960 .get out f the party. Butler told a news conference t West -Covina that Democrats vho couldn't go along with such a lank should either stay in tho Jarty and try to put over their >wn viewpoint—or support.; a ,Re- oublican ticket or a third party movement or stay home.nnd not vote. " ff At Greenwich,.^ Conn., COP National Chairman Meade Alcorn riped anew into what he called Democratic "radicals." "Would you rather h;ive government in the hands of the left-win? srans or see it in tho hands of the Notice #1 frif * IN ieil. We ft«H REALfcSTATE « 0, ritAfcKiaJi UJMPAltf A, P, D«l6fi«f, Mantgef Hawtfd CelliM, " iect sfta, fttet. M*v* Vttii Of»tafl« Cdl Wfll tf ml t¥0Jtttt£ CD, 11-tt BAftMAM Brothers House Mov erg. Insured and ffeg estimate Write Barham Brothers dale, Arkansas. 21«i Mo, NO hunting Or" trapping will be al> lowed without a permit on my land in, the old proving ground. This land is posted. VV. I, Strottd. 10-l»2mo, c Funeral Directors 'Am'butahc.e Service Burial Association OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME Dial PR 7-2123 20-lm-c Services Offered UET ui renovate y»ur old mil tress. We speelallit In preiiurt ted innerspring. OOBB MATTRESS SHOP 713 West 4th. Phone 7-3821 tvtt RALPH Montgomery .Market, custom .slaughtering. We have meal (or your deep freeze, flee us before buying. 17-tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and Service', 513 East 3rd. L. E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695. 5-14-tf F.OR a complete line of pumps, water wells or work overs. Call O. T. Clark. 711 E. 6th. Phone 7-43G4. 26-1-mo-p 1USTOM slaughtering. Hogs $2. Cattle for hides. Hauled free up to 10 miles'.'Phone PR 7-3578 or 7-2701. 27-1-mc Female Help Wanted tWO waitresses. Atfpiy ift fieFsofl, Diaffiofid gall*, H6|ie, AfK, RURAL HOUSEWIVES Christmas Time . , . Otif Big Earning Time! Avoti CosWeHcs has two territories open for women who wish to earn. Ifisurfe you? Merry Christmas! Representatives needed for HedlaHd ToWhshlB (Me- ,„ „ .„ , .... CaskilD and Saline Towhshfo (Co> 4° & 45 MS lumbtis). Car necessafy, Write Avon, Box 37*7, Hot Springs. Ark, Give directions to your home, WANT AB RATES All vv#i? Ais ffoft il) b§ bnd 3 dllciWiSd With (h^ UH» »hg areaurtf is payable SfdfgffiSht is 5f Wofds Day Up fd IS .45 16 td 2q ,A6. ta 25 ,fs 26 to 30 .90 31 t6 SS 1.65 34 to 46 1.26 ' three Ddys .90 1.26 1.50 1.?0 2.10 2.40 Help Wanted MEN-WOMEN $20 Dally. Sell Lun> inous nameplates. Write fteeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. 3*lnvp MECHANIC WflhtedTMusl be "sober Apply in person, >Lynn Watson, Service Manager. Ozan Motpr Company. 1324 Texas Ave., Tex* arkana, Texas. 27»3tc MAN wanted for Rawleigh business in S. Hempstead Co. or Hope, Real opportunity. iNo experience needed to start. See Corwih Crow Rt, 1, Box 30, Nashville or write Rawleigh's Dept. AKJ-641.-0, 'Memphis, Tenn, 29-3ti)5' For Soli 46 to 50 i.Sd 3.00 . Six Boys 1.50 2.60 250 ' 3.00 3.50 4.60 4.50 5.60 MohtH 4.50 6.60 7.50 S.nO 10.50 12.00 13.56 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 tifrt'tf ........ ... ........... :. S6c pef Ihch 3 tlm«s ........................ 65e pei- inch 6 tlm«s „ ........ ....... „ .... 55e p6f inch fiot^s quoted above ore fof tort' seeutive Insdttians. ipreoulaf of skip date ads will toka the bno-day fotei All daily clarified AdveflifiMa tbpy Will bd accepted uhfil 5 p.m. for iBllblleaHbrt IM following day. The published reserves Hie fight to revise of edit all advestlsemenrs of fered fof publicotioii end ta reject ony obletftionable advertising sub" mltled. Initials ot one or more letters, groups ot figures, such os house or telephone 1 numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible, .for errors, in Want Ads unless errors'- ofe .called to oUf attention after FIRST, Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ON£ Incorrect Insertion. 7-3431 ALUMINUM screens, doorS) storm windows, weather - stripping, ir sulatlon, roofing, awnings, gui tering, ornamental railing. Fre' estimates. Andy Andrews, Phon 7-58G7/ 9-t HOUSE TO BE MOVED . For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street, Hope, Ark. Raymond Byer Phone 7-2956. 13-1-rri-p 950 STUDEBAKER pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and in gooc condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7-4011 28-t steady way showing a gain of 7.7 Republican party" he asked a Lb, EXTRA FANCY PELIC10US APPLES C FINE FOR BAKING SWEET POTATOES 2 ut 15c YUM - YUM — GOOD MEAT -^U, BRANDS DICKERS JOWANA FRJSH GRAPE A per cont this year over last. Tho railroads were down by 38,5- per cent. In many cases the'third-quarter reports were notably improved ovor the April-May-June quarter. And tomorrow looks brighter. Many corporate executives seem sure- that the last three month? of the vear will bring a profit gain over tho third ciuarter an'd further narrow the gap, with the total for 1358 bning not too far behind that for 1957. The decline this year is marked, in some of the nation's leading ii'dustric-s. With two of the Big Three auto makers oppratine at a loss, tho decline for that industry as a whole was 66 per cent. Most steelmakers are behnd last year and the profit decline at the three-quarter^ mark of the vear is -14 per con?, Business s looking up for them now r«nd they pi'Mirl a bolter final quarter. Coal companies suffered ajona with steel and are trailing 1957 'bv -12 per cent, Nonefevrous mining and metalworking companies Miupcd until recent weeks and are 3(i per cent below yonr ago earn* ings. Almost GOP rallv. Georg" Mpnnv of (tin AFL-CIO appeared to hit mosllv at Republican eampnitmprs in telling a nationwide radio audience he wanted to "ounctu-o tho bis labor political scare balloon of 1058," But he mentioned neither parties nor cnndiHfitp.s hv name in assailing what IIP eollod campaign talk that organized labor is tryins to take the notion down the road to socialism, Spepking from Washington, Meany snid: * "The hidden purpose behind this cry of socialism, and such phrases as Jeadinff America 'down 1ho lefr lane' is to plant in the minds of the American people the idea that labor is pro-Communist. "This is an unforgivable nnd comnjetelv' unjustified trick,' 1 With the camiifiicn coin? all oil companies nre j making less this year than last, I the gap now being 29 per cent. j On the happier side, the office j equipment makers, tobagpo corn , uanies, food nnd beverage firms, and airlines join the utilities |n rooovting better- profits this year than last, Most drug companies do to, but three of them hn,d declines enough to pull the total 1 per °enj. its final days. President Eisenhower prfoared to wind IIP h!i spcnohmaking wilh a nationwide radio-television talk in Baltimore; Frinny ni"ht, • The White House announced tha't the President and Mrs, EJ. sonhower will votr> Tuesday nl Gettysburg, Pa,, and (hen return to Washington to receive the elec- Pork, Lamb Featured in Markets By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pork and lamb take the piay away from beef this weekend m the nation's supermarkets anc[ neighborhood grocery stores. Some stores offer fresh ham. while others put a special prino tag on smoked ham. Still others featured smoked, fully cookca ham rendy-to-eat. Bacon, pork loin and shoulder cuts also arc- widely offered this week. Lamb specials are mostly leg of< lamb, although lamb shoukloi and a combination of chops and stewing meat, sold together, arc marked down in some places, Sirloin steak is the most frequent beef offering, reflecting prices lowered by as much as 20 cents a pound, Leg of lamb is off 2 to 50 cents a pound in some dress, while pork L chops nre lower by as much as - NSURANCE. Fire, Tornado, Auto nubile, Liability .'with the Hart ford Fire Insurance Company Company group of stock eorripan les. ARE YOU FULLY COVER ED? Call Jim Cole, Hope Insur ance Agency, • 18-12t TV1E room house. $1,000. A good buy to rebuild or move. Johj) W Webb, Ozan, Ark, ' 21-lm-p 8 Acres, Hope .edge, modern room furnished. $6,000 — $2,500 down payment. Balance like rent. 196 acres, good stand of pine, some logs and pulpwood for market. $10,000.*~Terms; Strout-'Realty Agency. 620 West 67 Highway, 21-1-m-c TWELVE different daylilies for $1,50 this week and next, We Arthur Gray Flower Gardens, Ozan, Ark. 23-6tp FIVE room home across street from Brookwood School, 509- S, Spruce. Phne 7-2223. 25-6tp 1951 OLDS Fordor, hardtop. Good second car. Call PR 7-2487, 27-tf JOHN Deere 25 Combine in good condition, J. C, Burke, PR '72938 or 7-2045. 28-<Hc U.K,C, Registered Toy Fox Terrier puppies. Call Margie Harrie at Shipley Studio, 7-5811, 28-3tc tion returns. Wednesday hefnvn flying to Chifocn. Aides said ho yotcd the siroiirht •'Rennbllran tir 1 'et on his California atis,cntee baU lot, But thev to say how lie voted, nn a r'Kht.to-wnrk. refer? niajov pndum has Califomift QOP psndjdates, Mrs. Nixon PIT-!, two daviBhters— Pavrida, is. and -Julie, 10— fly "to Seattle Fridav to in!/i Iho vice , president to Junpnu, Alaska, SaturjJov. It wiJl hfi, |he first camp^JfiH trip for the KJvon girls.. Fixprs niari to flv to 16 'Gents a pound. Fryers mostly fire more expensive. The bargains in pork are expected to be repeated because hog marketings have'started their usual fall climb, With Hallosveen coming up, pumpkins are both plentiful and cheap, Other vegetables on the outstanding list are potatoes, yejjow onions, cabbage, celery, Jettupo. endiye, escarole, squash, radishes and,green onions. Good -buys include snap beans, broopoli, cauliflower, carrots and western lettuce, Sweet com is lower, thaiv last week, making i' a fairly-good-buy. Cucumbers and, sweep pQtstpes are in the same category. Tomatoes, eggplant and, pees are'heading upward. One b}t of bad news' for tho housewife: F- J b Q $ waters and keay/ rajn h,?ve damaged ht<? THR'EiE bedroom home, Nice suburban location, Good garden spot,' Storm shelter, G. E, Sundberg, Rosston Road. 29-3tp RANUNCULUS Ready. Sunshine Greenhouse, Hwy. 67 E, 5 miles. 29-6tp Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published everv weekday aflernoon by STAR 1 -PUBLISHING CO. Mn. C. E, Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Sccy-Trcs. at The Star Building J1J-14'South Wolnut Street i Hope, Arkansas AI«K. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publisher Pout H, Jones, Managing Editor Don*! Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Mech. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at-Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Memiier' of the Audit 'Bureau of Circulations Subscription hotss (payable in advan^o) By. carrier in Hope and neighboring towns •— Per week S .30 Per year Ii60 By /mail in Hsmpstead, Nevada, LaFayetie, Howard and Miller Counties — On* month $ ,85 Threefimbntht 1,85 Slic /months ,." 3,50 One ^ear 6.50 All-'oth'cr^mo'il "i-^'"" ' " " Ono^menth- .,, .. s 1.30 Three' months 3,90 Sh months ,., 7.80 One year , , 15.60 Not'l Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Dallies, Inc., -1602 Sterlrk B|dg, Memphis 2, Term.; 505 'oxos Bonk Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; ?60 N Mlchlaan ^ve., Chicano 1, III.; 60 F. 42pd St., N°w YorU 17, N, Y.; 1763 Penobscot Rldq., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla, Member of The Aneclated Press; The Associated Press is entitled exclusively f tho use 'for rerjuhlicatlon of all the loral news' printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches, Room and Board HOOM AND 'OR room, and board, cooking at Its test, with clean 'comfortable rooms with innerspring mattress- en, attic ventilation, Snyker HoteJ, _ 23-1 Mo, TO tear down or move from pro?' pony, Duplex now bejng .used' as hospital anne,\. See Pr, J, W,' 'JBranch. 30-fitc TWO Gas FJoor Furnqees, Good condition, Guy JS, Basye, 30-3tP Wonted forlhPPmwg winter vegetable crop lower Rio Prende <Ysl- fl hajor winter sup, In ply srea, Carets, p^bbage, b peppers. onions' be pf ~'~ijj •13 Hope Star route • open for years an4 ov?r, Apply-st Hope Star Office, ' ,. Instruction BEGJNNINQ ing and ppstejs, }nt?re^ed'per, sons may gontset. Freddie Jpnesi §14 Past Third street, ?r pal) ?• ' Son of Actress One of 3 Killed in Plane Far vipe. traitors.' Byprs-GuJI WANTED TO BUY Plne'-PMlpw9po py Truck Uoad CMt in'Woeds op. otherwise, HAROLD HENDRIX -,' . • .Phone PR 7*43?1 1$tT4 toyisisha. •OAOKING "•-'r,w 9. I m , MMI8 MftART MATTRISSI5 «.lrrt» Qvinntff4i ' Htrndon-CorneliMi Byrisl Fresh Young & Fat Artificial (•eg is FpunaV HOT PRJCI CLARKSVJW<p, woman's artifici{i| }eg, found ' furnished private, Perl^ TOSR poupje. ,7|g g, f«r§ Fsrk Whole Has Chu-ksville, the sheriff's office, Jog— ed with a nylon stocH'H? a size 9A,AA bl'PWn with a higiUieeJ, to be worn cibove the Hnpe, v .Sheriff Robert the leg had been wb^jj in good (A?\ wfioy. ejl in « dudrot fly lQOjP>BV -tvam J I IIF and 'by uo 9 county roads, w$ T ewnat

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