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N§§ Four H ft P t STAR, H 0 ARKANSAS > ifettmfor 21,1918 Bobcats Play Prescott There 1 might at 8 Porker Freshmen , Hope's undefeated Bolx ,i' i" - iley to Present! tomehl f"i a K.I..., , . '"With nn n-inenl for tin .'ml... f-0 PlQV ,7 Wolves The- k.rkoft is B -', l».-k | ,, AV1 . TTKV ,, ,,, K . AH , On pnpcr the Unbent* me Ir.poid-: A-1 n«, ed fnvoi-itF-s In v, in this uuili-sl by , In ,i1< n II Sizeable srnre. Anrl ihi«. w-Mld -aid i m i probably hold \uth ii'iy u ,m i-tln r « .u<'i than Pi rsf'tt. '' ! -'" k 1- Rut the Wolves iil'A :M - i-ivr the d rslnm-n put 'heir un- 'ine this on the «t Tuls;i. Porkers Leave on Trip to Luboek Ails i \fi - Thf University nf Ar'K:'n«ns }?n/ov- lincks plnnm-d to Iciu-c thi? rriftiti- ing Cor Lutibock, Tox . ;irH Saturday's clash with Trxas f>t!h, Coach (-"rank Bfnyl'-* hoped frt got his 7'orkffs there- in Hrnn for n shnrt prat-tire session The Porkers put H fitml polish nil thi'ir nlfplisc yrst°nln.v in th"ir lust full scMlc- wr.rl'.mit before the season-ondhiK tilt Figures Porks by 2 Touchdowns Over Texas Tech Hope Classified Ads ABS MUST BE IN 6ttlfit BAf IIPORI PUBLICATION — PH8NP 74431 FOR A6 TAK6R Iviuuh ' I>;M! Bnbral , .! I' .1 till' Shoals' perfect -unlit ;i I-.? record into '1 li • Oklahomnns' nnlv i over Tnxi-; Tech. the team j Kit'kitij; got some att.'ntion In •(I 'urnerl l.nck Die Mime b tr.-nM hv ii 33-0 margin in n-i; up i'« ^tiing of triumphs > i i- ^ .imi Bobcnts a tenific- hnM they hnvnVt beaten IpniH in mirn wjii 1 - Tli». l \vasiit .'iltt.iN-. sn Thin w.i- limp H'hril Hn-srott miirileieil H"pe year in anfl vear mil I'm thnl .Winning streak \v:is eiarltiil in tile mid IPaOs nnfl the W.ilvi-. >i:.v.- not had II so pood ^nre The Bohruls will br livmr a\\ fully hard for a viH.iiy \\hieh Would leave them witli or.lv one oniTio for an nndofeaied. uniit-d •season, the first In the JM-I •- \ of a Hope eleven On the other hand Prescott A mild like nothins better than i» riown the high-rated Hope bny« and its a sure bet they will be tryinu They have a fairly larce team only 'about four pounds per man ! |X -^ thrin the 1 BobciilK. Although Ihey'.ni TI^HIM;: luolbal) schi-dulo have been beaten several limes' Tli.. r.nhe.its gn aKalnsi Prpseott was the first for !he MI.IIN n Ha/orhaek .Slariium Six Teams With Perfect Slates Play Tonight Bv JOHN R. STARR Associated Press 3porti Writer Untie !•• I- '(i I'.niMh ;.n unbeaten sea.>on l"int!ht in the hiMiili^hl of the workout, too. and then the Hoes turned to another session m di - fcnse. r "It's hard In tell u-hether I ho team is fired up for tnls one," ftroylos said after the drills, "t5i.it t do think we'll Rive a good account." Arkansas, heavily favored over Tech. will be at full stipntjtli with the cxcpptioM of senior end Rich- fifd Bell, team ro-c'inlnin who is hobbled by a spiamrd knee. Trainer Bill Fen-pll said it'? doubtful fhnt Bfll will play But fullback Johnny Fields, whn has ibpon sidelinnrl also «-ith knoe troubles, will be r"ady to KO. Broyles rales Fields one of hi f two top linebacker': fey HARdLb V. Associated Press SsoHs Wrlt?i Tr-viis Christian and l?ief men' ' Snlurclny ni Hn'-stnn in the. gamo i Hint run brim; the Southwr-sf Con. i eloT.n 'vc'nf "'"'" "' " R " a '' liCSl l The schedule of SolufiMf _____ ,, .„ ' '„, . ,, as printed below, n&s begfi takefe It I ,-vns Chris fan wins, the » frolrl j onn A]den Knight's BolUftat championship and the Cotton Bowl ' Tnb1es . Plan j, ollr dajrS 6o that belong i,, tho Horned Frogs. A you will be fishing in i>ood tfJfMtoty Bice triumph w-ukl brow the far, or himt ing in good COVef dttfihg Hint would require the fhp<!p UmeS( tf you w | s h to flfld Ul* eaeh tft might share , oflc ,.. Tho Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of sotnewh&t this Season the score has always : bde:n close Con oh .John Pierre lY-.-irs. ;mrl ,hc has grounds, that Hope may Jet down n hit If they let down an inch the Wolves \\ill make it .'ii rough night for the Hope team. Many finis ;is well as tin- band nnd cheerleaders will follow the Bobcats to Prescott, , President Ouf After For Again AUGUSTA. Gil. (AP'--Vr:iti..n- ing President Kisc-nhowLT dikes but after par ai'ain today nt ->m- of America's most Irsling gclf courses. He,-! ft.\ing in n kind of old-shoe • comfort at the Augusta National '.Golf Club, the President played 1:1 Wholes shortly after urrival from • .Washington Thursday afternoon. • -The weather was just about ideal — brilliant sun with the tempeia '..Cure in the mid-seventies The ..forecast is for more of the sain-- The President is being joined "today by Mrs. Elsenhower, who .delayed her departure Irom the White House to be hostess at a lunclieon for United Nations \vom» en delegates. • " 3'he Eisenhowers plan n 10-day stay, through the Thanksgiving Day weekend, at the club whore they have spc-nt many vacations •Next week his soil' may bo mi.xed with business — sessions with government offi- icia'ls expected from Washington fpr discussion of the legislature ,.^-progi'i.m and the budge' Eiscnhow- ~» or will send to Congress m Janu' nry, an undermanned Class AA club. ,-itui are expected to annex No. 11 in rnutme lash,on. Tlv onlv mime .mnclun." of a real cnnti'st is the clash between liiibcati'ii Little Hook Jlnll and Fo'i'M fitj The Mustangs present flail /is first solid opposition since the Warriors won a high rahn'4 by upsetting North Hock early in the season, perfect record Warriors have dulled llu-ir teeth on minor league competition and the Ponio" arc piimi'd for nn upset. They remember last year when an tindi.r- dou Hall club held Forrest City's fim >n to :i 14-6 victory. BIK Nine Conference games send Blythcvillo to Little Hock Central. Te.xarkana to North Littlij Rock and Hot Springs to Pine Bluff. Central. N1..H and the Trojans are pinhihitive favorites. Besides Hall and Hope, Greenwood. Fnrdyce and Karlc will be soekin? to extend perfect records. Greenwood visits Harlford, Fordye is at Cumden and Earle fiitfi-tnins McCrory Perfect seasons for these teams and Hall depend t.n victories in tonights contests and next week nesdny and Mansfield at Green- lu-sday and Musfielrt at Grenwood and Parkin at Earle on Thanksgiving Day. FaveUovillo can tie Van Bure-i for the t.egion 1AA championship by heating Harrison tonight. Van Buren. which did not meet Fayetteville this yoiir, finished unbeaten in the conference. West Memphis nnd Forrest City will share tho 2AA diadem if Fur- rest Cil-y takes ?.n expected victory over Wynne on Turkey Day, Little .Rock Cnlholic in 3AA an'd Hope in 4AA already have clinched regional lilies. i Tigers Pull Off a Major Winter Trade BY DAVE DlLES Associated Press Sports Writer DETHCHT (APi — The Detroit TiiVers have palled off the first major deal of the winter trading season and General Manager John H. McHalo hints other trades involving front-line players. Th-j Tigers' general manager, nn active and eager dealer since he- took over the I'riMit office tw,o seasons ago, master-ti ader Clcvekmd Indians Thursday and worked this swap: Inficlder Billy Martin nnd second-line pitcher Al Cicotte to the Indians for relief aces Ray Nar- leski and Don Mossi and infielri- er Alvnorez. "\\'c're still listening and we're still talking," said the youthful McHalcv. "We're not happy with the way we've been playing and got together with Frank Lane of the the we've finished. We'ie anxious to improve." So the Indians, who finished just a shade ahead of Detroit last sen- son, get the second baseman 'have wanted so long. They have given up on the veteran Bobby 'Avila and say Billy Morgan is a season or two away. To got the fiery Martin, tho Indians gave up the lelief team generally thought of as the finest A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Fnday 1:30 7:40 1:65 8!45 Sahnclny 2:15 8:35 2:40 8:43 Sunday 3:00 9MO 3:2n 9130 onu-lwo bullpen punch in the bus-1 by Uvo touchdowns. mess. Narleski, almost ,iO. arid Mosul, 28, have been roommates since they joined the Tribe in 1954 and sparked the club to .-in Aimv- icun League pennant with brilliant relief work. Martin started the 10fi8 cf m- paign at shortstop, n strange po- into a In fill!.I werk to unrnvt-1. . bp , t ,. t Two ,,lh(>i Rr.miis arc mi the o /f er short .rhednh-. n,.ilher meaning TMe Major p er tods ate shoWfl ifi anythmg unl.<«- Hice should win 'boldface type. These begirt &t the That would supply a glimmer of t1mPS shown and 1&st f ol , ah hotif hope t,, southern Methodist, tin- nnd a half or Uvo hours there' only ti.'m Iff (hut might i ' Ihe ti'.U- with TCU and Hice. Soulh.-rn MHhortist will be bnt- i Dorter dufalton! llni!; Baylor at D&Ilas while out >n tlu- plains Arkansas will ho ninkiti" its first «ashay into 1,'ib bock for a joust with downtrodden Texas Tech TVx:,.s Christian started the week favored by n point and n half to bent Hice but game time Satiiivlny will find the Horned Frogs with a 3-point bulge. A crowd of f.0,000 will U'ntcil Rico t:v to climb out of the hole due. fur il by Texas A&M m a jar ring H-21 upset last week. The Frogs have n belter offensive and defensive record than Rico, have more veteran strength, greater manpower and an Owl triumph would rate at least a mild upset. Southern Methodist is a favorite to beat n Baylor team thai has managed only one conference victory nnd is resting on the bottom of the league after three .straight losses. Arkansas is nn even more pronounced favorite over Texas Tech. The Razorbacks are driving for st clean sweep in November after dropping their first six g'amc'.. Tech has won throe games this season the same MS Arkansas but only tine out, of the. last six. Texas and Texas A&M tire idle this week. Crowds totaling 109,000 are due to sec tlie three games Saturday afternoon with 28.000 at Dallas nnd 21,000 at Lubbock. Two out of four was the record last week. Ouuht to have a-better percentage this week since-there aren't as many games: Texas Christian-Rice—Rice will have to be mighty high to win this one; TOU by a touchdown. Southern Methodist-Baylor—SMU is the most unpredictable' team in the leag'ue but a weak vote for it anyway. Arkansas.Texas Tech—Arkansas College Bowl Picture May Brighten a Bit By JACK CLARY Associated Press Snorts. Writer That college football grab-bag is just brimming over with bowl berths and conference championships this weekend. Such delicacies as berths in the Rose, Sugar. Cotton and Orange Boll . the Ivy, Southeastern,' and Skyline Conference championships! couple of really ancient rJ," - jSiV STA MAIL-IN CLASSIFIED AD ORDER The Quick and Inexpensive Way To Do Business INSTRUCTIONS: Put your Classified Ad Words in Squares Below . , , one word to the square. Put the number of days you want your Ad to run in square at bottom. Then figure your cost, EXAMPLE; 15 words runs 3 days ., 90c — 6 days ., 1,50 Ne, gf Pays Ad Is TP Run , POX NO PHONE , Clip and Mqil Check ................ Cash How You Figure Your Total Cost... ^& to IS words |0 words words „ Words ; Mel Ott of Baseball Critically III NEW ORLEANS (AP)—Former National League'baseball star Mel Oil was reported slightly improve*. this morning after last night — as critical Ott may have to under go more surgery for a blocked kidney that threatened his life, Ott, 49, a member of baseball's Hull of Fame, came out of eigh' hours surPery at. a Now Orleans hospital Thursday night. Doctors described his condition as '-s.U "touch nnd go" but a shade. Improved The suburban Metairie, La., widen! and his wife were critically injured last Friday m«ht in P traffic Kceidenl Hint took one man's life near Bay St. Louis. Mi=s Ott was operated on last week in Gulfnort, Miss., for fractures of both legs and internal injuries. I-JiK wife also suffered leg frne. lures and internal inii»'ip<! is 111 confined to 'bed at GuU'port. Physicians trnnsferrod Oit to New Orleans whore nn artificial Kidtiov \vns a,v<ijlablc for- use rHir- ina the surg'orv. lie had been maluns nn apparent recovery, buf went back on tho crilical list snd hospital attendants said his chances for surviyal seemed "very slim," Ott broke into organi/od baseball nt 37 with the late John AIcGrnw's New YoiJ< Gianls, ITe never olnved for (my team excepi the Oinnls, When he wound up his active playinK onvepi' which extended from 1920 through 1947, he had plapecl 8,730 gampn. led the League in home runs four times, and had a life= lime baltine nvcrapo of ,304, fn all, Ott hit 511 homo runs NQ oilier National J;en{j u e lu.x ever hit Uial many on<J otilv Babe Ruth and Jimnjy Fox^ hit more. jn 104?, Ott became manager of ihp Qionls and led the team vmtil ho resigned July 10,- 1049- •' Ho stayed in the, £3ipnls' system until 950. In -19S1, Jifc turned to mannfiing with O.t\klRixd in the Pacific Coast League. Up held thf\t post through She foason, whon he 'ffft btisebqi went into the building pon?tr,ug tion business in IJtnv Oi'Jeaw Ho IMcr returned io b,E\seb t aU a broadeustw for the pctroU TJ sjUon fpv him,'Hied mayed t base. ,Tho.t Job is up' for' gyah,'?. I?pno Pt-rtoia and ' ' ' rivalries promise to tempt the g lid iron gourmets. The program begins tonight with Iowa State visiting San Jose. State End Houston travelling to' Miami i Fin.) in intersection:*] games, If California, rated No, 19 i this week's Associated Press poll of sportswriters and broadcasters, can knock off Stanford Saturday it will win the Pacific Coast 'Conference crown. Ail .it . needs then is five votes from PCC members and it will moot Iowa in the Rose Bowl New Year's Day in Pasadena. If runners-un Washington -Sfate and Oregon State win. and Cal loses, then one of that duo will play. lor, the, roses. _ . , In New, Orleans. top-ranked Louisiana .State, .undefeated' in. nine games, ends its s e-a s o ri against Tulanc. A victory would mark LSU's first perfect season in 50 years and put the ribbon on its Sugar Bowl hdst spot. An LSU win would also gain it the Southeastern Conference championship. Auburn (No, 2), which meets Wake Forest, could take tho- title with a victory coupled with a loss by Louisiana State. Auburn, with a tie by Georgia Tech to mnr its SEC re- ord. is shooting for its socon< straight undefeated season, and is defending national champ, Syracuse (No. JO) will hive an invHation to the Oranse Bowl tr face Oklnhoma If it defeats Virginia, the finale f 01 . |, n y- foams. Oklnhomn iNo, 4) play Bie Eight rival Nebraska, and victory would five the Sonners their 71st straight , eonferenpp g'amn without a loss. Seventh-ranked Texas Christian cap sew up the Southwest Confer- finoe title with a victory nv<n RJCP. Tt would also nail down {ho hosl) spot for (he Cotton Bowl. Some of the bowl honefuls ao for thplr last gland too, Tbf! ninth- ranked Air Force 'Acaderriv plays Skvlinp co-leader Now Mexico niic a victory would niea.n a berth in nnv of tlio oonn bowls. CJpmson ('No. 16), Booking fr a pssiblo Orange, Cotlpn or Gator bii[. me*ts Bston Gnltogo, a. Gator Bowl hopeful, Funeral Directors service Burial Association FlfWtSRAL Ptt 7-2123 20-im-c Found A ftJ2D milled dow, weight 850 pounds. Jumped ih pasture of \V. li. Wrtdo, BleVitis. I84tp Wonted to Rent rXifmshed apartment, bedroom, kitchenette and bath, Write George 'Meehan. Hotel finr- low, Hope, Ark. 20-3lp 3 BBbROoM house, utifurnished. Must have Vented heat with thermostat. Contact Mrs. G. R. Mc- Moi'ran or CSeoi-ge B. Hughes. Phone 7-2745. 20^3tc Real Estate for Sale Need 3 bedrooms and 2 baths in a modern comfortable home close to Uptown district? Then take a look at'this lovely home at 117 \V. Av'criue C, Already approved for FttA 'loan — we can sell for small down payment or accept your present home in on a trade. Vacant now. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 217 South Main Hope, Arkansas Phone PRospect 7-4G91 Properly Appraisals Loans Homes 20-3tc New, modern, three bedroom home, floor furnace, near school. $8,000.00 Only $1200 cash and assume FHA loan, will buy modern three bedroom home, central .heat, wall to wall carpeting, carport. Lived in two weeks, owner transferred. A bargain. Six room home, built-in garage, East 14th Street, excellent condition. We have other well - constructed homes, with 51HA or conventional financing available. LEONARD E'LUIS Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 108 East Second Phone 7-2221 20-Gtc Help Wanted For Salt AttTMtNtTM screens, rjodrs, stofM windows, weather • stfip^ihg, iiv sulatioh, roofing, awnings, g\\t lerlhg. orhameriial railing. estimates. Andy Andrews, 1330 STUbEBAK.ER pickup. Cnttle bed, hfalcr, clenrt and in good condition. Phone 74204 of 74011. 29-tf .... room house. SI.000. A good buy to rebuild or move. Jphl) W. Webb, Ozah, Ark. 21'lm-f 1951 OL13S Pot-dor, hardtop. Good second car. Call PR 7-248.. 8 ACRES. Mope edge, modern 4 room furnished house. 86,000 — $2.500 dnwnpayment. Balance like rent. 11 ACRES. 1.000 ft. Hwv. 67 front nse. Fully modern 5 room home. Ideal business sites. STROUT REALTV CO. 620 W. 67 Hwy. 15-Otp COLT>SPOT Refrigerator, like hew, also Rood used gas range and small dinette suite. Will- sell reasonable. Call Donal Parker, 7 3431. 17-tf 3 SMALL tracts of land near town suitable for chicken farms, 80 acres timber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark. See Ralph Sounders or Phone 7-4001. 19-tf NEW Phileo Transistor radio and size 11 hip boots, also new. Call 7-6767. 20-3tc ONE riding mare, white and gentle See Harlan Honea. Blevins, Ark. 20-3tc TWO Bedroom home. Close in on pavement. $100 down. Monthly payments. Vacant. T. N. Belesv, PR 7-4308. 21-3tc PANSIES, ' Snapdraggons, Stock and Phlox -now. Just ready. Sunshine Gardens, Hwy 67 East, 5 miies. • 21-Olc REGISTERED Hereford Bull. 3 years old. Johnny Green, Rt. 4, Phone 7-4545. 31-3tp HANDMADE. Ceramic piece's fpr sale by Altar Society at old Stewart Jewelry Store, starting Nov. 28. Priced below value, 21-6tp For Rent or Sale ESTABLISHED INSURANCE RT Age 25 to 50. Experience no necessary. Salary and Commls sion. Earl Frnzier, Snyker Hole or P.O. Box 103 19-3t MAN wanted for Rawlcigh Bus ness ih S, Hempstead County o Hope. Real opportunity. No ex i'perienoe needed to start, Se Corwin Crow Rt. 1, Box 30, Nash ville or Write Rawleigh's Dept AKK-641-0, Memphis, Tenn. 21-H Lost or Strayed Sports in Brief LOS ANGELAS fAP) — Barrymore Jr. Thnrs'dnv night Tjot gfin serving n threo-dpy county jail semenpc for speeding. The' gg- year-old actor pleaded guilty in drivine 90 m.p.h in a 45-mile zone last Get, 31. PARIS (AP)—The French voter can eet one wfu'tv'g eurr speeches over the telephone ' n? tod?y, The newly formed Unioji f< Fjfuublic, a collection of ? Qantlists headed by tho r}g|\t- IJpn MJnrster lias set 1 up a switphboard to p}ay recorded party noligy :p. voters \vho call jn. Group in BLACK-and while male setter birc dog pup, 5 months old. Reward Buddy Calhoon, RFD 3, Box 18' Hope, Ark, .Phone PR 7-3014. J9-61J Thfe Negro Cither H)cKi Phon» 7*678 or 7-4474 Thought fop the day! One' never knows himself till ho has denied himself, The altar of sacrifice js the touchstone of character, — O, F, Giffofd. •Calendar of fv e nts 'Friday, NPV, Z^, •Beautiful {Jill Chapter No. 15 of OES will sponsor 'o Lemon Squeeze Friday night Nov. 2) at the home of 'Mr, and Mrs, Jack Turner. ' person "a'ite'tVdJ'ng is asked to Taring a lemon imd pay 5c foj' eaeh seed in the lemorii JRefreshments will be served free, , gg Youth. Fraternity NP, 412 rnept? at Payjs Chapel djst Church Saturday, i p.m. be present, No. Baptist ?2 at members are asHed to 4 of the Rising Star fission Band w»U in pbprge of coneesslon in ti^e night, Nov. ??. cake anc} icp pveam wiil be TJlP publi'p is invited, ppur»9ii Assembly jfoy. 19, a$ n 'Sees t of- toe- Verger GOUB- . Bel} High School LITTLP ROCli fAP)— A mJ3pr of entrants is e.xpp.eteci'o [he JUh atjnufl w0mon,'s ourntimenl which ppens ft'c th? trip , 'Alice 6?flj'|P , fergysqa a n 4 "The |rpup was v« A- 3 BEDROOM homo. 41C S. Grady. •Contact or call Mrs. W. I, Slroud. YUkon 3-2362 Washington. 14-l : mo c For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byerg Gulf. Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc NICELY Furnished 4 r°°m apartment. Adults only. No drinking. 801 .East 3rd. 3-tf : UPSTAIRS apartment, 3 large rooms and private bath, 203 High Street. 15-tf Female Helo Wfrnfed AVON Cosmetics has immediate ouoninps for rnalure women not otherwise employed to service excellenl Avon 'territories, Can earn 82,00 or more per hour, Pleasant, dignified work, Openings in Fulfon, McNab, McCaskill and Columbus. Car necessary. Write Avon, Box 377, Hot Springs, Ark, Give directions to home, 12-10te Wonted Hone Star-route'open for boys 12 years an4 over, Apply at Hope Star Office, • - • farm or ranch, From 160 to 480 acres. Write Abe Stein Je, Hillsboro, Kansas, 18-<H]. Off«rtd us . We specialist . MATTBlSf ft West 4tb, Pb"oa«*7'K!» ' T? ^ ilsng.iteri.ifr We hiYt.mHt f?r 7«w 4eep fn.eci> Ifi HI bf» MACHINE OQ, Sales angl Servipe, §U Sill 3rd. It, g. Booth, Phone PR slaughtering, Hogs fg, PS file for hides. ffawM free up to 10 miles, phoji? PR'7-.57P QC 7-?70l. ' §7'}'}nP Notice Wff 'in A. I 1 -prtoMj. Mnmr . WANT AD RATES All Want Ads sM poyab'd in advance but ads will be 'lecSpig'l ove? the telephone anrl ar.-omoda- fiort accounts ollow*>d with tlid Urt- dcfsfahdim the arcnunt is payabld Wheh Statement Is rflnHerpr). Nuinbef 5f Wofds Ufi to 15 16 to 20 J) to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 46 41 to 45 Ones Day •45 .60. .75 .90 t ?0 1.35 46 »o 50 1.50 Thfed Dovs 90 1.20 1 50 1 80 2.10 540 2 70 300 SIX bays 1.50 200 2.50 3.00 350 400 -1.50 500 Ond Month 4.50 6.60 7.50 1350 1500 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 3 times 6 times BOc pef inch 65c per inch 55c pet Inch Rates qubted abbve ore for coh* Secullve in^erHons. Irregular or skip date ads will take the one-ddy rate. All daily classified advertising copy Mil be accepted until 5 p.m. foe publication (he following day. f The publisher reserves Ibe right *<J revise or edit oil advostiscments^ of fered for publication and to reject ony objectionable advertising submitted. Initials of one of more letters, groups of fiaurrs, siirh as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will'not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errirs are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONI.Y the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 ft Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E..Palmer, president Alex. H. Washburn, Secy-Tres, at The Star Building .p 212-14 South Walnut Street **/ Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donaj Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Mcch. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the 'Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Eu'rcau of Circulations Subscription" fcatss (payable In Vt" advaro'-l By carrier In Hope and nolghborlna towns — Per week .... S .30 Per'year 1*40 By rnall in Hempsteari, Nevada, LoFay'ette, Howard and Miller Counties — OhC'rniohth * ? •'•' Three months 1.85 Six months , 3.50 One year °^3° All other moll — \} One month 1.30 Three months 3,90 Six months 7.80 One your 15.60 Nat'l Advertising. Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterick Bldg, Memphis 2, Tann.; 505 "'exas Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michiaon Ave., Chicaan 1, III; 60 E, 42nd St., Now York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., OUnliomo City .j!> Okla. * Member of The Awoclated Prois: ' The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for repuhlicatlon of all rtie |wal news printer) in this newspaper, as well qs all AP news dispatches. Tavlor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS —* . 216 3, Haze! Phone 74022 Orvllle Taylor . ,lohn Bill Jordan WANTED TO BUY e Pln? Pwlpwpoo py truck Load Qut In Woods op. otherwise, HAROU5 HENDRIX Phpne PR ?;43g1 16th & Upylslana, Hope GRILL CAFE IRIAKFAST Home Style Hot Optn 3 A, ty, fe I P, M. Ciy DAVIS furniture i Marfrfii C#, , J17 §»« Urn mmT74Kll Herndon.eorn<?liui F«niral HQfnfjoinrf gurigl Ambulance 5«rvict

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