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Bobcats Could Pick Up Prestige at Conway •f * The- Hope Bobcats, still rated No. | EjcUJHrt "**-4 i Will journey to Conwny Friday, ' ' ». . •. £T "fright for a "131-081180" contest with AfOUtld ArkattSdS *«« Die Wampus Cats. A special Irninj "« bni'iymg about 700 to 1.000 pcopl.'. | L1TTU-' HOCK lAt 1 ' — Hefe IK '*"• will accompany the team, in fi.Miinj! cport niui forecasl prP £ Coaehr-s Pierce, Soi-lcl- ami »«T (I > V "« Arknh5»s Came and Uensley fear a letdown for tho Cats **** Commission: '- who solidly licked a so""" Camden Lake Oiuichita: Water Kood; "' crew last week. They had this tu; black liass fair to K"°« IIVP and fii-tifificnl say; The Bobcats coaches feel the boys Jiad -that 200 per crnl effort they asked for against Camdrn last Friday night. "We were all proud of the boys and everyone did his part in llu> •win. "Conway has the same type ball club at Crossetl. speedy backs and | fnir on minnows; bass good ~ "'juiilicial bait; bream good crickets and worms. SOMETHING NEW HOP! STAR, H d M , AR£AN a fast line. Their linemen aren't too big but they piny you oft with their hands, making it hard to get to (hem carrier. and block for I hi. "We will have to really be on our bull; bream fair oil cl wo imp. toorfork Lake: Black bass fall- on criiu-fisli; catfish fair on trot lines. Blue Mountain Lake: Bass, breiim and crappir fair oft UM» ificial bait, worms and minnows. Lake Conway: Clear; crappie on on . Lake Cirenson: Large mouth bass fair on artificial bnll: crappie fair on minnows. Unite Hamilton: Clear and low; black bnss fair to good artifica) toes or they will K've us the whip-: ..,,„..,* .,,..,„ , « „ping of our season. They have! bait; crappie fair on minnows. played everyone off their feel so j — far this season and wo know what. they will be trying to do to us. I "The Coaches feel we will have] to have a lot of determination in. " order to win. They have a back! .that can outrun anything we have • if we let him get around us. They * also have a fullback that anyone I would be proud of. Their quarter- f .back seems to be one of the top boys in their district loo. "All we can hope for is to come out of the game alive. Surely will i be a long trip home if we lose this one," the Coaches declared. W ~ ' **"*) *1 Minor Leagues to Undergo Some Changes By JOE REICHLER ^ ( ' MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Frnn- ,7,"chise shifts, league mergers and *u other changes affecting the 1 entire minor league structure may result "'"J'rom a special meeting of sev'i-n '. hiqh classification circuits which ' opened today. ' •Representatives of M teams will '." sit in on tlu> two-duy .sessions. Tho unprecedented gathering was called by President Georiio Trautman of the National Assn. nt the request of Bill DeWitt, baseball co-ordinator and administer - of ' the Major League Fund. O' 1 - AVltt will report on his findings 'following an exhaustive summer- long survey of the minor leuguo ' situation. ' ' .The seven leagues involved are , the Pacific Coasl (AAA> American Assn., fAiAV\), International " CAAA), Southern Assn. lAA). Texas (AA), South Atlantic (AA) and Western (A). Although no legislative action is is. expected here, it is DeWiU's be* lief .that several franchise shifts S. and possibly a league merger ir may develop after the draft meet; ings in Washington next month. "We have learned that several clubs are in fa\or of becoming affiliated with different leagues," said DoWitt. "It's highly possible -" that switching of clubs or consolidation of leagues might nccur C here. With all the teams and ",-— leagues representatives on hand, 'J many changes could result. Under *""". baseball law, however, they would "become effective until after Bobcats Still Rated 4thin State Poll by JOHN R. STARR Associated Press Sports Writer IS I Dorado, shaky in first place last week, moved back into a commanding position in this week's Associated Press schoolboy football rankings, picking up all but one of eighl possible top position ballots. The Wildcats were just ono short of the maximum wilh 79 points. The Nos. 2. 3 and 4 teams also held their positions, Little Rock Hall In second with 09 points, Fort Smith third with 63 and Hope fourth with 55. Hall annexed the other first place vote. Little Rock Catholic and Central High exchanged the fifth and sixth spots, the Ctrlholics advancing after a rout of Subiaco 'and Central falling' after a loss to Memphis Central. Unbeaten West Memphis heW seventh, Conwny eighth place in a advanced to _.„ ,.... position trade with De Queen, the only class A club in the rankings, which fell to 10th. Van Buron remained in ninth. Other teams receiving votes were North Little Rock 9, Hot Springs 5 and Fordyce and For- rssl. City 1 each. The top ten; Teams, Class. Pis, Record! 1. El Dorado. AAA 79 1!. L. R. Hall, AAA 09 3. Fort Smith ,AAA 03 •I. Hope, AA 55 5. L.R. Catholic, AA 38 li. L. R. Central, AAA 34 7. West Memphis, AA 29 5. Conwny, AA 24 1) Vim Buren, AA 19 10. Pe Queen, A 14 7-0-1 7-0-0 7-1-0 8-0-0 7-1-D 4-3-1 6-0-0 6-1-1 5-2-0 6-1-0 Hope Star ADS MUST Bl IN 0«ICt DAY If Mil PUBLICATION — PHONt 74431 POtt AP TAKER_ PorkersWork Hard on Pass Defense not 'become effective until after FAY KTTEV1LLE, Ark, (AP) the draft meetings in December | p d£lfcpse wns the order o£ tj)0 when players' contracts, frown d f the UnUprs j ty of Arkansas i>iitn.r\ /Int nI>Ail I R (•> n 11 •! (1 n 11T \\fl * ' . . . . m Emmet Cagers Win2of3 Off Guernsey Coach Malcolm BurncUc's Ern- met cagers won 2 out of 3 games last night in their own Gym from Guernsey. Barbara 'Faulkner hit fi r 23 and Junnita Donga IT 17 to pace the Emmet Senior girls in a 56-32 victory. Linda Bristow was high for Guernsey with 10 followed by Jo Mosier with 12. , . Emmet Senior boys''edged out a 37 to 30 win with Ronnio Colo getting 12 tallies and 11 apiece lor .James Cummings and Gilbert Dougan. William Foster was hi«h for the losers with 14- Guernsey Junipr girls eopod a 28-24 contest with Mclba Bri.itow and Lucille Rosenbiium each getting 10 points. La Rue BouUpr sa.-ked 10 and Sir/.anne Jones 8 for Erjimpt. Officials wore Jack Burson and Bobby MuBraycr. Friday night, Emmet entertains three teams from Spring ,11 ill, the Junior girls game starting at 6;30 p.m. sii?ce October 15, can again br \ransffrrecl." jKeWill said he was not at Uh- prty to reveal what clubs were ,'seeking shifts or which leagues were considering consolidation, U Is no secret, though, that the Si. Cardinals do not intend \o operate their .Houston farm unless the Texas League club is promut- ' ed to the American Assn. in place p/ the- Louisville club, which re- declared' it could not one'?,'/« "ate next year unless its finances ** 1 ; 1 \vere underwritten by J5>C>. league club, ' The American Assn. may be . r, ffjctd. with another problem if Mil * "waukoc makes good its threat to to move its. Wichita fran- day for the Uni\ersily of Arkansas Razorbacks ir» practice yesterday s they began preparation for lerial minded Hardin-Sitnjnons, Coach Frank Bj-oyles spiel It ippears that will be the Porkers' nniii concern all week. "Their offense is different „- Tiiything we've seen this year, Broyles said, " (Coach) Sammy Baujili took the pro offense he jlayed imcjer and added n Ji((l<? nore running room. In some re^ spocts it's butter than the pros have." TWO backs missed the >vorkni)t. Second team fullback Johnny Fields of Atkins was sidelined with a torn knee lififlment n^d Freddy Akers of Blvthcville was in the infirmary wivh a touch o£ nfluenza,- ponnie Stonp of Fayelteville. who held the numper one full! Bennett made iw direct ed him out, rppUiced ^P^B^P 9& tr9^^9 ^^ ^^^^^^F f LET ui f«fiav»U j*tif aid mit* Men, We ipeetaliM it $f*iittri« ted tfliiffspflfif, C6I1 MATTRESS SHOP The schedule of SolUnaf Periods, as printed below, has beeft takefi from John Alden Knight's SolUttaf fables. Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good territory ar hunting in good cover during these times, if you wish to find the best sport that each day has W The Major Periods ate shown Ifl boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last fof an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown 1ft regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major 5:50 Thursday 12:35 6:45 Friday 1:30 7:40 Saturrlny 2:25 8:35 Sunday 3:20 9:35 12:05 1:00 1:55 2:50 6:20 7:15 8:10 9:05 3:50 10:05 Strviett Offer* d .. Mofitg«fiefy Mifket, eu> iliUtfhterittf, W« hftV« Melt tot yftur 4<s*f frtete. See u» bm lot* SINGER" SEWING MACHINE" CO. Sales arid gefvice, 613 East 3rd. L, E, fiofitfa, JPhofie PR ?-6d9S, 5*14>tf CUSTOM slaughtering, ttogs $2, Cattle for hides. Hauled free Up to 10 miles* Phone PR 7-3578 or 7-2701, 27-i-mc Female Help Wanted TWO Waitresses, Apply in person, Diamond, Cafe, Mope, Ark. 19-tf By HAROLD QLAASSEN AP Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — It's, ba- lomplo in Spanish. It's futbol in Russian. But foptball in the U.S. •is sheer. mac'nc;ss. Especially in making selections. Last week there were 17 mistakes scattered among the 56 picks. Here are the winners this weekend; South Picked as Area With the Strongest Teams By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer Those new faces- on the map o football's 1958 powers have no upset the pro-season dope on th purported balance of power. Th names are different, that's all. The South was picked as having the strongest football teams in the pro-season poll of sportswriters and broadcasters by The Associated Press. Six teams were .picked to finish among the top 20 at tho season's close. The 'latest tabulations still show six. •i But the Midwest, with .five teams picked in September, have si>; now. The .Southwest has three, instead of four as originally 'picked. The East, with three, and the Rocky Mountain-Far West region, with ono. are as^pickcd, Louisiana State, the nation's top ranked team, was unnoticed in 'September. So was Florida (No. 19). But Missisippi State and Miami, 15th and 16th originally, are now unranked among 1 Southern teams. Northwestern (No. 4) and Purdue (No. 8). have done the unox- a'eeteS, while Mirf)i£*a!n » c )>^ts, In AVON Cosmetics has immediate openings for mature women not otherwise employed to service excellent Avon territories, Can earn $2,00 or more per hour. Pleasant; . dighifldd work. Openings in Fultonl McNab, McCaskill and Columbus. Car necessary., Write Avon, Box 377, Hot Springs, Ark. Give directions _to your home. 3-5tc Help Wanted MAN wanted for Rawleigh Business in S, Hempstcad Co, 01 Hope. Real opportunity. No ex poriencc needed to start. See Corwin Crow, Rt. '1, Box 30 Nashville or write Rawleigh' Dept. AKK-641-0, Memphis, Tenn V ... . , • 5-lti i.., " — Louisiana State over Duke; The J picked fourth, is out of sight LSU Tisers so numerous now they the Midwest, , , , •»-» . ., rrt . . __ 1 m_.._ _ AO-TV/T '1t4V» Wildcat Player Is Picked Back of the Week By EP Wlt-KS Associated Press Sports Writer Quarterback Dick Thornton, a precocious kid who lied about his age when he reported at Northwestern two years ago so no onp would know he was only 17, H (he Associated Press back of the week fo rthe second time this sea- 6-foot, 180-pound sophomore who marked his 19th birthday ^ whipping a paiv of touchdown] posses as the Wildcats surprise'! Ohio State Saturday, 21-0, Thornton repeated as the nation's '-(W bpcirfipjcj star to B eloso vote with Notre Dame.'s George Izo and IH' 1 Air Forcp Academy's Rich Mayo. Thornton, who went- to NorU'- westprn because hp wantsd to UP a dentist and because the Evans- tor), IU,, Farninis is so close to hK- Chjpago home, #Jso was named ba.ck of Uie \veoH; when Northwestern smoked, MicWgiin tw» weeks ago, 55-12, Ihe gOS-pound, 6-2 Notvp jwpior, was- starting qvia» - - play in complete platoons. Duke, a virtual patsy in its .own league, knocks off others with .regularity and could make it tough for Louisiana State. Iowa over Minnesota; In Iowa's dreary days, this was the Hawk- eyes' game of games, The Gophers are wcofuliy weak and Iowa i-topp another stride toward a Big Ten title. Army over Bice: Dawkins and Walters rejoin Anderson and Cald- wr-ll in (he Cadets' first string backfield. They will bo to fast tor Rice. Wisconsin over Northwestern: Midnight has struck for the Big Tin's Cinderella football team, Auburn over Mississippi State-has no sympathy. over Iowa State: has scored only two on fo»r Big Eight , against Navy, find three Tps in a 4020 oM5 View,,.. •Mayo, wjio connected, on £9 tu^t *••*»«»- ^,, t «v «-t»-t •••!•>*"•(••«•«• passes Ir 215 ya'yds pitched sov- One of Pitt's best postwar teams on a 7a7yard comobacU in tlw goes a thirtj week without 9 vic» minute fov~a 33-?.9 victory lory because of, Qporgo {zp's pass- 'Air Force unbeVjen. "" v 'bracks wh,Q pavvghl pyes, of the votprs \vpvp, wid to for your chise to JaeksonyJUe, now in the Sally league. One o| the anxious to cpnsoi^P is \\<* ern, which J\as , problem res«}tin§ from thp mpyo 1,000-milo buquerque and en7phasi?ed thgt any alignment meeting? °!' meeting. \\'i|l Ue ypluiitary on the part ot tl\e pUlP Owners and s man s^en waits honelully is $ nnn.is.ttfr, A The first known »iii l <? 1B31J" visit South ppnd> Jn4' l whevfi University pf l&Jtre Baie Is was'JPiiJUejr in Jg fujiKes, A' feipks frv f^jiiSji'SpiUny Tho Muroons are disappointing r.ncl Auburn Oklahoma Iowa State touchdowns _.. ...,. , „ games. A half-touchdown a game average is not enough to beat the Suoners Ohio State over Purdue: Purdue will suffer because Norhwestorn beat the Buckeyes last week, Mississippi ovei Houston; The Texans ba\c slipped since their fin u>us start, Air Force over Denver: Thosn hi«h flyers remain unbeaten. Texas Christian over Mar- ouette; JapH Spikes and Enis have themselves an out. Syracuse ^ver Poston Univer sily: The Orangemen are , .„ for the benefit pf bowl scouts. Cornell over Brown: Tom SHy peck. Cornel] quarterback,' has> been tearing the givy League apart' Southern California over Wastu inglon: Remember when this one sei\t the entire \Yest" Poast into a tj ?.-/y North Carolina over Virginia; Now that tho Carolinians have en Don Klochak. the ' green and Texas A&M, llth and by the September swam\s, are gone, and R'ce (No. -131 popped in surprisingly. Oklahoma (No. 6) slilj upholds [he Midlands, while 12th ranked Syracuse and 1,'lth rated Rutgers took over for Navy and Pitt, 7th and 19th orifiinally, in the Bast Army (No. 3) is the only survivor. The Air Force Academy, 10th ranked, replaced Oregon State, a No, 12 choice in the Far West, but OSC may have the last !au';ti as it heads the pack for tho host spot in the Rose Bowl. .Auburn ('No. 4) is the only team to be where the experts picked it to finish three weeks hence, Purdue, Syracuse and Oklahoma all underwent defensive drill? Tuesday, preparing for the week, end's games. Syracuse's Coach Ben Schwart?,- \valder picked soph linebackni? John Nichols as his No. 1 clefoih man as he readied foi " nisht's' game with Spring Hill Takes Two Over Rodcaw f t Coach .Billy Mitchell's Sprin Hill basketeers copped 2 out of games last night in the local gyn Lost Sctltittcl Oog, stub tailed, gray, answers to name Stub. Re* Ward. Contact BaVd Ctirliss. Rt. 1, Mope, Ark. 3'3tp For Salt One Left! tf.R.e". Registered Toy Pox Teffief puppies, Call Margie Hai-rie at Shipley Studio, ?«8811. 5«3tc WANT AD RATES All in Wont Ads ifd Oa ven but fids will be 6vef fhe telephone and ar.'pmocla-' H6rt accouhH allowed with the UW' defifdHdiftg fhS dccouhl is poyObIS whsft stateWehf is rendered. ALUMINUM screens, do6fs, storm vlndoWs, Weather « stfippihgi iti« sttlatloti, roofing, awnings, gut- terlng, ornamental railing. Free estimates, Andy Andrews, Phone 7.6867- 84 * Bf Words Up to 15 16 td ?0 51 to 23 U to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 4S 46 t6 50' HOUSE TO BE MOVED For sale by bid. 422 West Third street, Hope, Ark. Raymond Byers hone 7-2956. 13'i-nvp Day .45 .60. .75 .90 1.6S 1.20 1.35 1.56 Thtee tidvs .96 1,20 t.SO 1.PO 2.10 2.40 Six bays 1.50 5.06 250 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 500 Month 4.5d 6.66 t 7.50 9.60 10.50 12.60 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 3 6 times 80c per Inch ^ P« '^ 55c psf inch 950 STUDEBAKfirt pickup. Cattle bed. heater, clean artd in gobd condition. Phone 7-2204 of 7401L 'IVE room house. $1,000. A good buy to rebuild or move. Johjj.-W.. Webb, Ozan, Ark. 21-lm-p 8 Acres, Hope edge, modern. 4 •oom 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, Strolit .Realty Agency. 620 West 67 Highway. 21-1-m-c Roles tjudtfcd bbovS dfe f<5f eon* setutive IrtsbrtioMs. If regular or skip date ads will take the one-day rate, Alt dolly classified advertising copy will be cdce'pted until S p.m. for publication Ihe following day, the publisher reserves the right to fevlse or edit oil advestisemcrtts of feted for publication arid to relect any objectionable advertising submitted; ... Initials of one or more letters, groups of figures, sixh as house or telephone numbers count as one word, The Hope Star will not be responsible for- errors jn Wont Ads unless errors ore called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 1951 OLDS Fordor, hardtop. Good second car. Call PR 7-2487, 27-tf TO tear down or move from property. Duplex now being used as hospital annex. See Dr. J. W. Branch. 30-6tc FIVE room home. Dinette and carport. Completely furnished. Sell cheap for quick sale. Phone -7 4047. • 3 Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18/ ,m» Published eyerv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, president Alex. H. Woshburn, Socy-Trcs. iot The •: Star Building . J12-14-South Walnut;Street Hope, Arkansas CH.OICiE "'.paper Phone 7-3298. shell pecans. ••• l-6tc GOOD used divan. Call PR 7-3790.4-etc over Bodcaw. Spring Hill' Junior boys grabbe a 23-16 win with Jimmy Thompkin getting 10 fo rthe winners an Robert Miller' 10 for Bodcaw. Bodcaw Senior girls edged 01 p a 35-30 victory with' Harlia Ward \^ 00 DOWN, small, monthly payments buys a 5 room modern .home. Close in on pavement, T, N. Below. 5 ' 3tc 18 HOUSES located' on Hwy. '67 West and Tin Row. All sizes and condition. Must be moved from properly within 30 days from sale. For information see, Ralph Saunders. 7-4001. Sale starts 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 8th, 4-4tc day University. Nichols usually g way to senior Dave Applehof soph Al Bemiller on offense. Purdue concentrated on st ping Ohio Stale's Bob White Don Clark Saturday, whilo rest. ing fullback Bob Jams find hi>W« back Clyde Washington, sidelined with injuries, Bud Wilkinson put his through 'some offensive too, planning no jineup change. 1 } for the Josva State game SaUi* 1 * polished off dp,- ' cl ou'OU VH-^UL f >v vi*i J. + L* *»«.> r. looping 13. Linda Galloway led Spring-.Hill with, 19, Mitchell's Senior tooys romped to a 53-39 win with Terrell Townsend leading the pack with '21. Robert Cornelius was high for Bodcaw with 19-'points. Officials were Delton Calnoun • and Donald Huckabee, • On Friday night, Spring Hill journeys to tm- met fo rthree games, the Junioi girls game starting at '6:30 p.m, Iraq Arrest May §park New Mideast Crisis By JOHN'M, HIGHTOWER Y/ASHINC-TPN CAP) - The arrest In Iraq of n former revcuu- tionary leader -with pro-Nas=er Jennings may spark a new crisis in the Middle East, Baghdad radio announced Uies : day night that Col. Abdel Salam •AreMiad been sejzed a"d «"' be tried on » -chprge of plotting against the country's interests, Aref W?s n close associate of Premier Abde} Kerim Kassem m the first w?eks ; of their rule follow tog th° overthrow of the 10 gime of King Faisal in July- Subsequently, Aref. was removed from both top military and cabinet posts and wns given an ap pomJment as Iraqi f ( m»ag5sdor to West Germany. He was wrested, the Baghdad radio apnounecmer s«i£|, when he returned to jrf><-| capital city without permission. U,S, offlofolp s^icl mere was na doubt thpt,there hpd been a powei tensive" drills' against plays with 9 short d.ef?nsi\e mage, with <?n}y JuJJpc»pH . Mike gat> IP Now that tho Cnrojintans have gi\% jo en JDon Klochak. the' green li^bt they are even tougher thai) before. |g i Notre Diimo -over Pittsburgh: thp, >"S Washington State over _,_, tho State: Bob Newman's flips \y|ll I \" _. Skipping ovqr the others {p hurry: State Friday, OYCr : .oson oc^e pyor- e>trait, Holy Cross- QYfi' polgat?, Dartmouth ovor gplm^ia, Sg\'^' WS-r WfU'ylpnd., P|-i,n,9pt.prf , pWr, arvar, ters v- . , Rutgers t tucky ow?v oUn^ Sl^^v^'g , struggle between the twp men re volving arpund 8 <svi\^R\ issue AVef tewwd very iol} ov uniPO with the Arab RepubHB wanted ar»4 t »)B liwlipendpnt sol neutralism in' fewgn the secure .gnyem yjgprous Am »r or . f ^., Irom . gqysrnroent .ally. But ' thpt , pf;iy§ apt gajd, t^e Artt 3j?.a.cffl]a. d-' 1 &?fl^ 'Ms' pwo « m^mmnm^ gft iys#w**4j4a^83>?jr3 *w*,i? «rs' '^^ *>'«" r# 4 - HSSI?A^ . mm*w$ f»ri j ^itastobftrsi^fljiiuw'..* mmwi Wanted Jope Star 'route open for boys 12 years and over, Apply at Hope Star Office, WE have a lovely Spinet Piano we will transfer to reliable local party on small monthly payments. Write before we send truck. Bookkeeper, Joplin Piano Co., 812 Main, Joplin, Mo, 3"ltc JOOD used tin and lumber, Boxing and 2x4 and 2x6. Also fresh Jersey milch cow, PB 7-48(0, 4-6tc Funeral Directors Ambulance Service tBurln] Association . OAKCREST FUNERAL HOMP Dial PR 7--2123 20«}n>o Alex. H.Woshburn, Editor 8, Publisher 'Paul>.-'H. lones, -Managing tWor Doncl Parker, Advertising Mgr.' Geergo W. Hosmer, Mcch. Supr. •„ ^Inrered as second closs moffcr^of tht Post Office or Hope, Arkonsos, under the Act of Morch 3, 1897. Memiicr of the Audit Burcqu of ,'.'• Clrculotions •. ...-.- Subscription r<olas /(payable in By' carrier in Hope and nelghbjrlnu •towns — P«r w.ek f -30 Per, year, , lj . 60 By mail in Hempstcad, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and -Miller Coun- tl«s - . ,. Ont .month 5 •" Three months '•?* Six. months' J-^J On*'year- : •'•• ' "••" All other, mail — One month ,...,.,..,. Th'*B months Six months , On* year ...•. - 1.30 3.90 7.80 15.60 Not'!- Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterirk Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 ""oxos Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan AVP., Chlraao I, III.; 60 e 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Blrlg., Detroit 2, Mich,; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of The Aneelated Press; The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcation of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as qll AP news dispatches, I M For Rent trailers, Byer3 Gulf- Ser» vice. Call Pay or Night' 7'9P55, 8-lmpe UNFURNISHED house US W, 18th Street. No ghlWven under Schoo} age, $45, Phone 2374 caw, ' ,• ,^««* Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only., NO drinking. 801 Efist 3rd, , , ' . ' Toylor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS — 216 S, Ha?e| , Phone 7^4022 Orvllle .Taylor' J 0hn B 'll WANTED TO BUY pine RMlPYYoeo by Truck Cut In Weeds °r otherwise. HAROLD HiNDRIX Phene PR 7--4??1 * U9H!sianf»,-H°pei Ark, fi ! >* \t *

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