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H 8 M § TAR , "H'O Pi, LSU Stil! Rated Top Football Team in Nation ;; By THE ASSOClAteti PR&SS ., LtMiUinnrt Stnle, Iowa nnd Arm.v tin Slill rank 1-2-3 in Th PrCSs college foothnll poll WOCk bUi I'Vo of (hf Ihfro hf" S'Dnl tests in their crimes this KM- lif-dny . flic No. 1 Louixiniin Stale Tigers, fresh from n 50-13 romp ' 0\"0i Duke, tnekle a Mlsissi|'i.<i Slfilp eleven wliieh could raute Considerable Irnul'le, nnd Iowa faces n fruslratcd Ohio State tea.m Wliieh will try ',n leualn a little of Its lost urostice by knorkiiiR f>ff DIP newly crtwnp'l Hi« Ten "liniri- Only Army hns \\hal might be called n brenther. Tlie Cndets, who dufentecl Hiee Snlurtlny by virl'i* of a long hopp puss in Ihc 1 fin;il liiinules, take on Villanova. which is not figured lo cnuse to much 1 rouble. ' Only one team of the top 10 n WCclc ami foiled tn Lie votfd ink. select group this week by Ibr Sportswrilors nnd sporlscnstpfs . Inking part in Hie poll. Norlbu'osi- U ern, losing to Wisrnium. dropped fo to 13th plare. The Wiltlcnis were fourth last week. 1 Texas Chrislinn moved up from 31l)i lo ninth on its ,'lfi-S victory over Marqticltc, • *_ ..'J-iOtitFiana Stall? gol 05 tirsl place in piling up 1.532 points this lou'n war. a first choice of -"52 voters, nnd its l.'Ml points save 'It a comfortable margin over Ar. Offa Graham Soys Pro Foofboll a Business Grnhnm, unr of the {op-rankiH.s[ niitirti rbncks in football's history, cays lli.Tl football — college or pra - is n business. nut n sport. Civiihiini. who dlrc'clod the Col- IP. oi- All-Stnis In victory over the pro Detroit Lions In riis first roaNiing rfiort last August. spoke here Moinlcy nig'it nt nn annual sports fails' banquet. Ifu snid he hitd received a few fondling offprs. inrludir it oho Irotn ;i MirhvfSfcrn college. "But I'm not intorfstpcl." snid {he former Cleveland Browns qunrlor- b;iol(. "Let's face It. footbnll's a business, not ii sport." HE'S A BIG MAN NOW f K" \yhicli got i)9E) points without n firsl-plnee vole. ' t The top 10 teams, with tlie firsl place votes In pnrenl/hoscs: l.iLouislann State (95i 1.532 2, loway t32l 1,4-11 „, 3, Army ... .093 K. • 4. Auburn (B) 070 pT"5, Wisconsin 786 j/', G, Oklahoma (31 7H3 |,'r, 7,, (Mississippi (21 535 "if, Purdue 3fli> n.~ Texas Christian .. . 287 JO. Air Foree 249 Pass Defense for Porks Who Tackle SMU l-'AVftTTttVILLE. Ark. Conch /''r.-'iik Broyles h;is schetlul- n u ccU iif hnirl work on pass fi'iist for the Arkansas fiuzor: barks who niccl Southern Methv- cli.st University in n Sinithwcst Coll- ffrcncc football clash here Sut'tir- tlay. Hroyli-s hopes lo slop the aerial fin-works ol SMU's IV\-D lr>p qtint- lorbaek 1 !, Don Mei-cdilh and Billy Dunn. "1C very one how lo throw knows they know the ball," the A>'- air. • Second 10: Ndi-th Carolina (2* -' 218; Syracuse 170: Northwestern IffG; Pittsburgh l~>2: Southern Hardin-Sfmmons game with no in Jionsas roach said. Yesterday, the Porkers heard a scouting report from assistant coach Wilson Matthews who described the Mustangs as ' the best team I've seen play this year." As ior Meredith. Matthews said "he's everything they say he is. He can pass, of course, and he can run with the ball, too. He's just a real good football player/' At Dallas, SMU scout Clyde Van Sickle reported on Arkansas' 60-13 triumph last weekend over Hnrdln- Simmons. The- Porkers rre "too fast tor human beings," he said. The Razorbacks came out of the Ife Methodist 07; Ohio State f)9, Rtfi; ., Florida 37; Hulners UJ fe'Georfiia Tech 1.0. 35. •^ l The British North American Act J(\vhich was the beginning of Cau- v ada) in-1867 united Ontario, Que| f ;bec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. 229 95 IOW-PRICI TV WITH EXCtUSIVI MOTOROLA GOLDEN OUARANTEI Full year, guarantee on all "tubes and parts, 6 years on Golden Tube Sentry Unit. Use at stereo speaker, Fi»lahes: Char- |i»chor«K.i " coal, Grained • Mahogany or Grained .Blond, Mod, •) 21T68, IE$| YOU! THADI EASY PAY TIRE STORE •_ 214 E. 2nd, Hope, Ark,, juries nnd are expected to ; be at Cull ijtrcngUi against SMU, For Arkansas, it will be hpriieciiming. • SMU's ' No. 2 fullback, -Mike Hackney, probably will' be out of a.clion Saturday because of -a bruised hip he suffered while the Mustangs were beating Texas A&M ?3-C last weekend. bail; crappie fair bream good on worms. Bull Shoals Lake; Fishing Conditions Around Arkansas t.ITTT.K ROCK (API—Here is n fishing report and -forecast from (he Arkansas Came nnd Fish Com mission: Lake Norfork:M Water clear, iLakc Norfolk: — Water clear, Lake Hamilton; Water clour, iblnck bnss fair to good on articial on minnows; crickets and No report. Luke Ouachita: Black bass fail- on live and artificial bait; bream good on crickets and worms, Lake Greeson; LargemouUi bass lair on plastic worms and artificial lures. Lake Catherine: No report. Lake Conwuy: Water clear, Bnss f;ar to good on artificial b,)it; crnppio fair on minnows; brearu goi-d on crickets and worms. THAT'S THE BREAKS GRANITE, OjcJa, (ff) — p. C. Vajj Winkle brqke even. 1 White telling friends- of his luck in Jinding a quarter, ho lost another one, For Safety — For Silence •— We Install Internationa! Parts Mufflers f AM Welded Construction f "Silikofe" protection t Guaranteed for Ufe of Car * No Installation Chorge Wylie Glass & Salvage Co, t H, 1 ^ Bf^f Hope, Ark, ACCIPINT INSURANCf 10 Horses Are Entered in $100,000 Race By JOHN CHANDLER LAUREL, Md. (API— The $100,000 Washington, D.C. International, will have, its seventh and great? est running today with Ireland's: Ballymoss favored to become the- 1958' horse of the world. Ten horses from seven countries svcrG .Invited to Iho snooty milo and one half p.lobal gallop 'on Laurel Park's sharp-turn tfracs oval, With the finest field ever, lined up for the race, worldwide interest has mounted to a peak. for the annual Veterans Day battle. Goo3 weather could lure the biggest crowd in Laurel history. The record is 33,715, set in 195G whan Franco's Master Boing won the International. Ballymoss has the credentials, and looks the champion. Howovor, no I'avprite hns yet won the race, which is the final jewel in a world crowji. Bnllvmoss can comoletc the sweep for his Philadelphia owner. John MeShain. Thn colt won Europe's two richest races, the King G corse VI and Queen Elivabalh Stakes at Ascoi whevo he collected 566,107, and th* 1 " Pvix de L'Are dc Triomphe a 1 Long where )?q netted Although early odds hero listed Ballymoss the C to 5 fnvowte, lat< cst word Jrom London was that he was quoted as a 4 to & shot., Thpro ore big question ninrks from all corners of tho.world, in- two Soviet \v|ip emerged from behind s . tho Iron • Curtajn for a crack fit tho Western thoroughbreds. Gnrnir pnd Zaryad will run as an entry at- odds of around 20 to 1, Garriir won the Moscow Derby, runner-up, Post time is 3:45 p.m., an?) a taped film nt the raeo will be televised — NBC — from 4.;3Q-5, p,m. because air time couldn't be cleared for a live shpsv- Warrior Cager Closing in OKI Scoring Race <AF> Arizin, g t\vo-Um9 National Assn. scoring ebnnv spurted during 1 tho 'past wool? - tq n.wve inf-o spcojyj plqpe .Geovge o| t|\e pptvpjt Pistons, The jump . shoojing snepjalist pi l)\o Philadelphia Wp-inlors ^ d from piRbHi with 9? points In thr^e ganxes, -ThiU teooste^ All* Jin's fopson Qjjiput to ,1§Q points game?, H§ ranks ' A£c,or4ing tp fijuyjss, releasgjj Figures Hope Will Easily Take Arkadelphia By JOHN R. STARR Associated Press Sports Writer El Dorado goes after tlie big apple this week, but Hot Spring stands in sturdy dissent to 1 tht Wildcats' -bid for their first Blj Nine Conference title in history The Cats already have clinched :a share of the diadem and eai take it all by tying or betting the Trojans, A Hot Springs victory Fri day night would put the Trojans in the rolo of wreckers for the sec nnd straight week. They eliminated Fort Smith from the race las week. However, we do not see it thu 1 way. For instance: El Dorado 28, Hot Springs 7: A piece of a championship just wonjj satisfy this fine Oiler team which could have the thing in the bag already except for a poor showing against Little Rook Central, The Wildcats don't intend to slip again and won't, unless Hot Spring plnve, ovri'.its head like, last week, Blythovillo 20, Te.xarkana H: The loser of this one will share the cellar with Pine Bluff. The Chicks had the bottom nil to thom- solvps tho last two years and would, in all generosity, be willing to leave it for someone else this season. Fort Smith H, North Little RoeU 13! This one has all. the portents of a real donnybrook, Both los* hearlbrpakers last 'Week. The winner gels the consolation of thi>'t! place. Little Rock Central 35, Pino Bluff 7: Not even in tho depths of Tiger traeedy can we see how this Pino Bluff team can pull out a vietorv. But this one is tradition/ tjnged anc) the possibility is always there. Little Roqk Hall 30, Jacksonville B: So the Warriors move within two victories of nn unbeaten son« s,oji. But rug^?cl,F°f l '?st pity nnc! Central stand Just ahead. Also; FaveteYille oypc SprinefiolcL Mn pai'Hvipw, Van Byren os'er Harri 'on. Siloam Springs over Siibiasco over RusseHville, City over, West Memphis, over Jonesbovo, Newoort ovei' Stvtt» "art, Wynne ovpr MeCj-oyy, Con« way over Benton, MablevnJe ovey Bryant, p-ypr over 'Avkpdejphia, prpssett over' over pamden Fairyiew, Biss tlie Owls 14.7. Stat's Hope Star Classified A5S MUST BE IN OFFICE DAY IEFORE PUBLICATION = PHONf 7*3411 Wft AD TAKE! •t »*• t& w<fj^9 ^^f ^^^^F0 I The schedule of SaiUHflf Pefibdl, aS printed beloV/, has beefl t&kea ffom John Alden Knight's Soltinaf Tables. Plan youf days §6 that you Will be fishing in good territory of hunting in good covef dtifiiig these times, If ybli wish t6 fifld; th« best Sport that each day has to otter. The Major Periods are shown In boldface type. These begin at th* times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours there* after. The Minor Periods,' shown In regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration, A, M, J P.M. Minor Ma,1or Minor Major! Tuesday Wednos. Thursday 7:20 Friday 8:15 Saturday 9:10 Sunday 10:00 5:20 11:35 0:20 12:05 1:05 2:00 2:55 3:45 5:50 0:50 12:35 7:50 1:35. 8:45 2!30 9:40 3i25 10:30 .4;l5i Pressure Being J Put on Some Grid Coaches By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports. Writer Some college football coaches are beginning to sweat a .bit from the heat of burned up alumni Who can't understand why their teams can't win consistently, or even at all. Some other coaches, because they just inherited teams with dubious talent, arc serving, a year's, grace, but are marked men if they don't produce a winner next sea son. The Big Ten is having the qreat cst share of coaching' headaches The time honored symbol of a ! coach being hung in eff!gy"by students is becoming so commonplace one begins to wonder if it might nnt^bc the outcome of a post fraternity party prank'rather than the honcst-to-goodness ire of football-crazy students. " Michigan Stale's Duffy Daugh- 'erty is the latest to see his image hanging from a tree, it happened last Saturday night after MSU was ,upset by Indiana G'O. The Spartans have a 2-4-1 record, but were, picked to finish fourth in the preseason poll by The Associated Press of sportswriters anci broad casters; Tske the case of Ohio State's Woody" Hayes. His 1 Bucks, picked in the preseason poll as the na tional champion, have a 1-1-! mark, But they have lost one and tied a pair in thejr last three out ings. They lost the Big Ten crowi to Iowa last week,, though they don't face the Hawks until this Saturday, The culmination of these dis plays came Sunday at Michigan when Bennie Oostcrbaan, in his 11th year as coach of the Wolvcr ines, was rumored to have quit effective the end' of the season He was "hung" three \\oeks a(?n after Northwestern drubbed his team 55-24. . Hurry Warmath, Minnesota coach whose (earn sports a 0-' record and has Ipst 10 straight since last November, is in tlu, deepest jeopardy, He minced no words recently saying that tho fllunini ave just as much to blamo for their failure to provide thn Gophers with adequate gridiron talent, 'Down South, Dune's Bi)l Murray is supposedly on the "fire, He \y "hung" after Louisiana State be the Blue Devils 50-18 Saturday nj°ht for thojr fifth loss against tvyo wins, Even at Notre Dame, whjph, has not known rnany coaching changes over the years, ferry Bronnan is reported in trpuble, The Irish ha'i n 4-3 record, losing ?0-)0 to Pitt Ftmoft H*tp Wonted Waitresses. Apply in pefSbn, fifaffiond Cafe, Mop'S, Ark, tot c^r hop, Must be J8. Apply at King's Drive>tnn. ?-6tc Lost Pig. 2 mo. old Monday. near Hwy. 4-shover Springs Road. Phone ?' fed, White faced cow and one white cow with hotns. Contact Oti.s Raglahd, Mope Rt. 5, Hwy. 29. . 10'3tp The Negro Community Esther Hicks Phons 7467I or 74474 Thought for the day Every li ! fe has its actual blanks which the 'ideal must fill up. or which else .remain b'are and profitless forever.'—J.'W. Howe. Calendar of Event* The Usher Board of Rising Star iBa>pUst Churfch meets Tuesday night at 7:30. All members are asked to please be present. .The Hopewell PTA will meet Wednesday', "Novr 12 at 7 p.m. All parents and patrons arc urged to attend. Revival services are in progress at 'the Holy Ghos,t Temple Church of God in Christ', McNab. Guest minister is .Elder -L. W, Williams of Nashville.'Elder L. C. Washington, pastor. The Athletic Department of Clow Training "School; under the direction of R. ; D. Hawkins, will present A.' J, Talley and his variety'show featuring the "Dots," the "Flamingoes" the "l^ovcr," and the "Johnny.Williams Quartet" of Yerger, Hign School,' Thursday, Nov. 13 at 8 p.m. Admission 25c. ."Little B. B. King" will furnish music for the social; 7 Schools on List for the Cotton Bowl y t R4TUFF ere' on the lift' from wjiieh ths e?jp§et§ t9 but ^hich i prospect Jsp't being r ., and -, are Pfl the list. 4>'i»y is 8 !} (i, jt iPO i nevgr lias j , b&wMzi - Cflpjereogf «h|lJl Personal Mention Friends of 'Mrs. Minnie Pearl Alexander, daughter of Mrs, Leona Metealf of Hope, will regret to know she received, a broken leg in an accident while enroute to her home- in California after i visit-in .Hope, Cards m-ay be sen to 1634 17th Street, Oakland, Calif For S«l« ALUMINUM screens, cidors, ____,... itfiiidtfWSf wealhef « stfippinf) iR« slilattbtt, Moling, awnings', glib terifig, ornamental railing/ Ffe6 estimates. Attdy Andrews, PHofie ~ §<lf WANT AD RATES All Wan* AJs ate fS6yab'i* !fi ed^aRcS buf ads v/ill b£ 4ec$ptid 6vgf ffig felSpfiofig ond ar.rorHdcldi H6ft <S£g<5uhfs olldweri with thS im* cfefsfaficfih3 fh« accouht is pdyabl* WSSft sfatehlSnf is ttdUSE TO Bfi MSVfiO , For sale by bid. 422 West third Street, Hope, Ark, Eayrilbttd " Phone f'ZSSfi. 12 I960 STUOfiSAKEH piekup. Cattle bed. heater, clean ftnd in gobd Condition. Phone ^2264 of ?4&ll". Number ,5f WoWi 'Up td IS 16 fd id l\ to 25 U to 3o SI ta 55 34 fo 46 4\ td 45 46 W 50 .60. '.90 1.65 T.35 l-.Sft ThfSe 5dys .90 t.to 1.50 I.PO 110 S.40 2.70 100 .:" SiX 1.50 g.OO 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 Mdfitf- 4.50 6.bd 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 (5.00 room house, $1,000. A gdo<J buy to febllild or move. Johj}'W. Webb, Ozan, Ark, 2i4m'p 8 Acres, Hope edge, modefft 4 roohl fiti'tiished. $6,000 ^ $2,SOf) down payment. Balance like fenti, 106 acres, good stand of pine, some logs and pulpwood for mark* et. $10,000. Terms. Strottt Realty Agency. 620 West 67 Highway, 214«nvc 1951 OLDS Fordor. hardtop. Good second car. Call PR 7-2487, 27-'tf FIVE room Home. Dinette and carport. Completely furnished, Sell cheap for quick sale. Phone- 74047, . 31-12tp LIRE new, 2 'bedroom house close in on pavement. $100 cash, Small monthly payments, T. N. Bclewi 7-4308. 10-3t'c UPRIGHT Grand piano and one Standard Royal Typewriter. Call 7-3708. ll-3tc. For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers" Gulf Service. Call. Day or Night. 7-9955. 8 : lmoc UNFURNISHED house 112 W. 18th Street. No children under High School age. $45, Phone 2374 Bodcaw. 28-tf NICELY Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only/ No drinking: 801 East 3rd. - .• - 3-tf CORN'ER building at 3rd and Walnut. Same block as" new bank building. Contact Talbot FeM Jr. 7-4509 or 7-2109. 5-6tp Friends of Lewis Hamilton wil regret to know that he is a patient at Bonds Hospital in St. (Louis. Corning and .Going .Misses Alice, and Jessie Witherspoon attended Homecoming activities at A'M&N College, in Pine Bluff on Saturday, Nov. 8. Theit niece, Dorothy Jo Witherspoon, a graduate, of Yergor, is a freshman at ,the college. Obituary Notice Funeral service for Floyd "Son riy Boy" Stroughter svill bo held Wednesday, Nov, 12 at 2 p.m, in Hicks Chaple,' Burial in Forest Hil' Cemetery, ' near ,' Rosston, with Jiick/s rurfaral H'ome, Inc., in Deer Kill in •<- r'Jsj'^yf ; Heads List Py THE ASSQCIATEP PRESS 'Arkansas -nimrods filled the •woods' on 'the opening day of deer yestei 5 d^y and, scattered reports indicate a banner season is in' stpre,. Fitly feUoK? fell in tiempstepd County alone, 37 in Grant and 2:' PuJasHi, These were the only nUes. tiling complete reports with the Game & Fisfi Commis, sj.00, but a Qommission spokes- ni£\D said results syere excellent jn' other septiofjs, G r i h a m of Springdale Cropped, a g^Q.pouncj }Q.pp}otej- near, Fly GPP in FynnHUp Cgynty, Th? feusis had m, sntltv spun of ' o| , § Pioashita'flvpa. Mrs. made hej« flj-s{ Hill, , Hot in a Few v Warden ,, HJJ) of « busfe'feut was jjnji^g tq e. same pf t[ie while, dpgr was Mi4 wished UQ x Huajphrtx? si JM S ,'ar'e to JJ»wd «as -gqutUy wherp tive fy ' FURNISHED apartment, Middlebrooks Grocery. Dial 7 : 3791.' 10-3tp 4 ROOM unfurnished duplex-with private bath. 1002 S, Elm. Phone 'PR 7-2253. ll-3tc 2 BEDROOM home,. Close in, on pavement. Like new. T. N.'Belew. ll-3tc Help Wonted MECHANIC — Must (be sober< and willing to work. Good "working conditions, See Burl Billingsley, Prcscott Motor Co,, Prescott, Ark. 10-3tc Wonted Hope Star route open tor'boys "'12 years and over, Apply at, Hope Star Office, '' -, EXPERIENCED cook at once, $25 per week, Hours, G a",m, to 2 p,'rn, Apply at Grill Cafe, ' 8-3te .3. DISPLAY , time ...,, sod c>ef inch 5 time*, s, *5c per inch 6 fifties ,,,..,,,^,..,,;:,.;,. l . SSe pef inch Rates '"quoted -.above, are lot con* secufive. Insertions ! \t-tegu\at of Skip datS^dds Will 'fdke me" ohe'day fate. All daily eldsslfiiSd bdstefllslh^ copy Will be ddeepted until S p.m. (of eubilcol.ldn, thef. following day, •the' publisher fescf-vcs the right to Wvise of. edit oil a'dvestlsSfnents of ffifed f6f publication ahd to feiect ohy oblectlortable: advertising sub* rnltted. ,* . . Initials of one of more letters, cjfOUps of figures, surh a? house or telephone 'ntirtibc'rs count as one word. / The Hope Star will not be resport- . "stele for errors in Want Ads unless • errors :• aro called to our attention ••offer FIRST- in*»rtlon of ad and Iheri for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. :; PHONE; PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of, Hope U»9; Press 1927 ConioliiUtcd January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Sccy-Trcs. at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publisher P«ul H. Jones, Managing Editor Panel Parker, Advertising Mgr. Gcerf* W. Hosmcr, Mech. Supt. .Entered as second.class matter at the Pott Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription katss (payable In • " advanus) By carrier In Hope and nelghbsrlna ' , i towns — Per week f .30 Per year 1i*0 ' 'By "mail in Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — On* month $ .« Three months 1.85 Six months " 3.30 •M year «,50 All' other mall — One month , 1.30 Three months 3,90 •Six months 7.80 One year 15-40 ' Not'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterirk Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 T ,3xos Bank Bldg,, Dallas 2, Texas; ?60 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III,; 60 E. 42nd'"$tv New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscor Bldg,, Derroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklnhomo City 2, Okla, Member of The A^oclatcd Crew: The Associated Press Is entitled ex- elusiYfily l to the use for rcpublicarlon of, all, the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches, MATERIAL ot large 5' hauled to Blevins, Ne'jft weeks, want bids at hoijie',; 809 Adair after 6;30 p.rjir 'and Sluv days', Ralph Pishno'. 9 en -' 'P e f'- Hope, Ark, .' i }l-.Hp ago 25-50. Old established Ins.- Rt, Contact Earl Fmier, P,0. Box 103 or Snyker Hotel, Salary nnd commission, Phon,e PR 7,3731. ' ' t JJ-3tp Funeral Director* Ambulanpe S^pyige ', Burial Dial PR Tovlor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP -^FOREIGN CARS — '216 8. Hazel Phone 74022 Orville Taylor > John Bill Jordan Services Offtrtd IMf us tress, Wg tfi • 7» Wflt «b, PbgjM ter Mirfett, * hivf Iff .ill ~ ' ggj.es L. B. 5)3 pottle IQV h!4es, jp miles, phane yp, ? f fl§78 S? NoHcc . ."' WANTED TO BUY Pine Pulpwpoo by Truck Load pwt in Woods or otherwise, HAROLD HENDRIX " ~ BRIAKFAST 50? =Home Style Hot MATTMSSK r M« lnt» Ont Oiy Itrvlst i Moftrtii (i- PpPF^'W^^' •'- -r^A —L."—* *.>*.* i.U'A %^l*r.«^iA/ipn

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