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to Defeat H 0 > i S f A K , H 6 I f, A R tf A NJ AS , Ne¥8mfe« 24, IfSI Favored ers Hope ROPS lo tonshville Tlintiks- givlng for the anntinl gome.' with Ihe Mnshville Scrnppors »t 2 In JJ.tn. Al 2 p m the Nashville Rlrls' drill team will put on a show 'fin's year the Rrtbcnts nrr highly favored to win by n lnpsiri«>d score nttd close out the fir«t un- defeiitod season for a lotM school football lenm. Over live past, counting Basketball College Basketball By THE ASSOCIAfEB PtfESS Kan Clrire 7S. Augsburg 08 TPXOS I.ulhenin 74, St. Kdwards hiHh' tTcx) 70 Oakland from City (Tndi 94. Tenii Martin l.'.r:uu-h SM (2 overtimes) 3928. there have been 30 official i si <vl%rvf> games with Hope winning 15 to 14] point liG for Nashville and there was one! Defiiiliro 71, Tri-St.ite ilnd> lie. Actually the tennis plnycd more than Ihnt during HIP wnr years, at least three years they played two Ramos. i Minn i 89. Stevens 50 SI. Cloud 80, SI. .Johns (Minn) 78 But for the record Us l.VM and 04 Northern I Monti (J3 \Vnhpninn Montana Carroll Hope is slated to maUe il lfi-14. However, thp situnlion last yi>:ir Slightly favored the Bobcats but Nashville came down nncl really put on a show to clobber Mope 83 to 20 in n minor upset. Coach John Pierce and his boys hiiven't forgotten thnt nnd if possible Will make it up Thursday Srlefirp OS, Srainerd I?iek.« 70 Western Monlnnn 73, Lncrfissp 7 Union iK.v man 63 Texa.s Wp.slrynn 7.1, Payne 70 Kings (NV) 71, Sholton 00 Cumberland 77, Bflliel iKy) 7* Trans.ylv.inin 77, West Vn Tech Comedian Di@§ Unexpectedly (APi— Top show business celt-bi ities. who only fw>> rtlgHls ago \Vere chiitkHriK heart - ily over Pnrkynknrkus' fihfil monologue, him out tnrla.v fur ihe gln- loet comic's ftmtrnl tJeorsfe ScSff] will deliver the eulogy for Hnnv (Pnrkynknrkus) fclnsteifi. fnlally stricken wifh n hearl nttiit'k nt ? $1f)0-n-plnto Friars Club dinner. Fellow Frinrs sale! Unit Parky. who hndn'l worked for yonrs bo- cnuso of ill honiih, was worricfl thnl ho might b>y nn rjjy at the club's loth anniversary teslimoiji- nl dinner honoring Lurillp tin)! nntl Dosi Arntiz. But the 54-yenr-oid radio fnvm- Itp of tho 30s laid 'cm In the nislcs. Parky wns (lip nnly unemployed comic on the dnis, with such names ns George Burn's !>ati Martin, Milton Horle. Ar! Link- Bflhp) (Mjnn> 70 j letter, Kd \Vynn, Tony Martin and 101, Carson Now- George Murplly. He was In rjire form Sunday Howard Nashville Ims had one nt its ; font-ord iWV.-n !)fl. Rluc-flclci 78 poorest seasons this year but they I Oreenvllle fill) 83, Lincoln Bible always manage to got "lii^b" for .-Hope and the Bobcats and Conrlips arc expecting Thursday to In- no different. Many Hope fans will follow the team to Nashville tomorrow for ;the final game of the season. 75 Frnnklin 02, Httftlington fil Murlmi 70. Row Pnly SH noslu-n 7G, Taylor 3(3 Alpc'tui Commiinily 71. Vincents r,K Bobcats Barely Rate 5th in the Ratings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS El Dorado again held fir» f ulticc in Tho As.soelalccl Press poll of Arkansas schoolboy (earns, but ,-Ii'itHo Rock Hall narrowed the Wildcats' margin and set (lit si.in. 1 to annex th" unofficial slate titli- , If the Warriors can handle Little Ttock Central Thi>nksRmng Dayo -Hall, with a perfect 10-0 record, -has been in second place most of the year. El Dorado, the Big Nine champion with n 0-0-1 overall mark, has led every poll by margins ranging down from nine points El 'Dorado picked up only five 131 Dorado picked up only five of eight first place battlots this week for 75 points while Hall, with only one first place vote, collected 71 points. - Fort Smith got two top ballots •;nntl edged Little Rock Central for third place. The Grizzlies had 03 points, Central 00. Their positions roversed'.Masl week. Emmet Wins Pair From Garland Coach Malcom Burnette's Emmet cagt-rs won last night in their defeating Garland. Juanita Dougan hit for ckniblcheadcr own gyrn by 13 and Lorraine Theiss 12 to pace Emmet Senior girls in a 37-23 win. Dorothy Rix mack' 18 for Garland. Emmet Senior boys won a thriller -tO-iif! with Gilbert Dougan and Mike Samuels both getting 10 hits. Jimmy Shelton had 15 for Garland, Officials were Jack Bursori arid Bo'b McBrayer. •Hppc held fifth place with 48 points. Little Rock Catholic retained sixth with 40 and West Memphis remained in seventh with 24, Forrest City, hist week's- eighth place team, was lashed by llnll and dropped out of the select 10. allowing Do Queen to advance from 10th to eighth with 19 points. Van Buren held ninth with 18 and Conwny, which bus been in nn out of the top 10 all year, moved into 10th with 7 points. Others receiving votes were Fay- ettevillo 5, Fom st City 4, and Hot Springs, Greenwood and Fordyce 1 ] each, Here is the top 10; Team ' 1, El Dorado, AAA 2. Hall, AAA , 3, Fort Smith, AAA 4, Central, A A 5, Hope, AA C, Catholic, AAA 7, West Memphis, AA 8,'.De Queen, A 9. Van Bureau, AA 30, Conway, A A Points Record 75 71 03 ao 48 -10 'M 10. 0-0-1 10-0-0 9-2-0 7-3-1 U-0-0 8-1-0 8-0-1 8-1-0 72-0 7-2-1 Ernie Bonks Most Valuable in National By DAVE O'HARA * A??oplated Press Sports Writer BOSTON (AP>— Home run king Prnie Banks of the Chicago Cubs had plenty of bad news for opposing pitchers today afler winning the National League'? Most V Player award for 1958. (Jjjj. 'of hiling home runs." said tlu> J'onng slugger, who homers to shatter crashed -17 his major Jepgue record for shortstops, , Banks, wliose homer output and -Igp'runs balled in topped both mn- jor leagues, was. an overwhelm- el^ice for MVP in Ihe vote . Tuesday by ihe Basebqll Writers' Assn. of America. .ffamed on every ballot, he first-place s- YQt'es east by writerg in 'the eight 'onaJ J^eague cities and piled P3 poipts, ihe highest tolal o. WiUic wyii the MVP $&$?*>• 'he only other player list- 'every ballot, e(row three yptes, ^nd 1S,5 points for do^s elfortg for the Sun giants Jasl College Grid Teams Play Final Games By ED WILKS HQ Associated Press Sports Writer College football goes into Its last big weekend ol the season Thurs- dny'witlv'a' handful of traditional Thanksgiving Day , games that could provide a bowl boast for Pitt, Cincinnati, Miami (Ohio), Tulsa and Virginia Military. Alabama, Clemson, Air Force, Georgia Tech and Southern Melh- odisl gel Iheir final shols al bowl bids Saturday. Only the Rose (Iowa vs. California i and Orange (Oklahoma vs., Syracuse) are sot among tho fivo major bowls. The Sugar has Louisiana Stale in hand and Hie Cotton has Texas Christian lined up, but eacli needs another team, The Gator Bowl needs a pair, Tho Blue Grass Bowl, a nusv- eomer, also needs two loams, while Ihe Tangerine Bowl needs nn opponent for Buffalo, which no. cepied a berth Tuesdny. Pill, a prospect for both the Blue Grass an'd Ihe Gator, goes ngnins) Penn Sl«lo Thursday in the regular-season windup for boih. Each has n 5-3-1 record, Cincinnati and Miami (Ohio) both are und?r bowl consideration Cincinnati by Iho Blue Grass and Miami by tho Tangerine, They play Thursday at Cincinnati. In other games Thursday, it's the Texas A&M nt Te.vas, VMf at Virgin in Tech, Wichita at Tulsa, Colorado state U. qt Pp'nvar, William and Mary at Richmond, Vtal) State at Uta.h. Cornell at Penn., Wake Forest at South Carolina Thomas, Pittsburgh Pirates, with H3, and southpaw Warren, Spjihn. Braves, with )08. Banks, 37 t said he wqs surprised bv his selection and called Ilia honor "a hard 1 one (o g'et for there certainly are a lot of valuable players around besides mo." A votcn'an of five full seasons with the Cubs, hp sai$ he figures he has "a jot of years ahead of "f thinH roy peak, as a player is yel to come," said the (Hoot, ISO-pounder. Banks said Ruth's he 'believes Babe of 60 homers in # season wi(J be broken, Put, he added, "I don't Know if I will be the oh« tq do it, or evert oom.0 close." Banks joined Marty Marion, for? mer St, kouis ' grea.1, 95 tho only shortstop to win the 'MVP ft\V9Vd thp baseball wi'UPl'8 voting in • ,18§1, sinpe over , won in the- war year though he batted only Ml, and d,v»ve One of the i(j tlxe' nifihl with nn account of the llv - tivilips of the Show Business Club his home away from home. "We have the larcesl pool of any club in town, but there's no U-aler in it. The members call if 0 football pool," he said. Spring Hill Captures Two From Genoa Coach Billy Mitchell's Spring Hill basknteors took 2 oul of 3 games last night in the Spring Hill Gvm from Genoa Cen'tral. Spring Hill Junior boys took a lfl-17 victory in overtime after the regular game ended 17-17. Clinton KIdd scored 7 for tho winners and Whltehead H for Genoa. Genoa Senior girls copped a 3318 win with Ferguson .getting 12. Brenda Smith was high for the losers with G. Jimmy Sharman hit for 15. Bobby Thompkins 14 and Terrell Townsend 12 to load Spring Hill Senior boys in a Gl-25 rout. Brewer scored 5 for Genoa. Officials were Joe Young and Russell Mitchell. Army, Auburn, Texas Picked for Victories By HAROLD CLAASS&N Associated Pi-ess Sports Write! 1 NEW YORK <AP>—this is the weekend where yon must decide between n drum stick or a dumb pick* Here's the season's final forecast f ,f crtiezp football wfH< Americans to Continued Fiom Page One tendance at a nonsectarlan Thanksgiving service in tho city- owned Balboa Park, as an expre?v sion of gratitude for being able to use the park. A qontroyersy developed sevornl months ag'o when evangelist Billy Graham used the park for n meeting. A citizen protested the use of public property for religious pur poses as a possible violation of the stnte constitution. The issue was resolved when City Atty. Jean DePnul approved use of the park for Thanksgiving services if they are nonsectarlan. Many cities plnnned inferfalth services and Protestant, Catholic and Jewish Houses of worship pro- pared for special separate services ns well. Some churches in New York ndovned altqrs and chancels with fruits of the harvest, and after services of praise n,nd thanksgiving will distribute the nrjd fruits lo needy families and hospitals, To celebrate the oecasoin the University of Texas will dedlonto n replies of Santa BiUi No. 1, tho first of 4,0?5 oil wells on the university's lands. Thsy have contributed, many millions to thf* school's permanent fund. An annual event at Austin is the Toxns A&M-University of Texas foothill gamo, Detroit will bp host to the only professional football game of the day, the Detroit Lions versus thp preen Pay Papkers, The Motor City also ho]ds n para.de that rivals tjjp Mao'y spectacle, Ark-la Plans New Oas Facilities WASHINGTON (AP)— Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co., Shrpvpport, l<a.. plans to build, a number of small natural gas fopUities during 1059 to oonnept new gas supplies, The company ypslerday asked jho Power Commission for authp Hy lo snpnd up to $2,850.000 for such facilltios, with no single °np to post more Jhsn |5QO,OOp. At WttJe RopH, 4vk l-a Pros!' dent W, R- Stephens ssifj the new supply pipelines would run to now discovery wells us they 4eY9lPI>— < in. toi)isigna. and - tionajly, at 9ro\vn, The 'f? gajpg will bg t,elevts?fl is on br,lJi'tl>p . Tangerine with Mississippi '-§oull>ey.flj State, , 4wiy.Nq.yy )js-,awi at % at, game' the Army over Navy; Both clubs started the prison with great prospects. Thp Cadets matured while the Middies wore stymied by injuries. Thp season's experience benefits Ihe Army most and elves thp Cnclefs the edge. Anderson and Dnwklns to shine. This «no you can see for yourself' on TV Saturday Auburn over Alabama: The Auburn defense is to lough, but on Saturday it won't be anything like that 40-0 walkover of a year ago. Texas over Texas A&M: You may watch Ihis one Thurs^-\y atl- ernoon while digesting your turkey. The Lonahorns finish In high gear. Pittsburgh over Penn Stale 1 . Both losl to Nebraska, which won only three games all season. The homo field gives Pitt tho prt«(e A Thursday contest. Air, Forro over Colorado: A fancy victory for the Air Force undoubtedly means a bowl bid, But the Flyer brass will have nn anxious Saturday afternoon de- spile Brock Storm's stellar play. Notre Dame over Southern California: That balmy California weather is- just what the doctor ordered for George Jzo's pitching arm. Another Saturday game. , Skipping over the others: THURSDAY Brown over Colgate, Cincinnati over Miami (Ohio), Colorado State University over Denver, Penn over Cornell. Richmond over William and Mary. South Carolina over Wake Forest, Tulsei over Wichita, Utah over Utah state. Virginia Military over Virginia Tsch, SATURDAY Arizona Stale over Marqueltc. Rice over Baylor, Florida over Miami, Georgia Tech over Georgia, Houston over Texas Tech, Texas Christian over Southern Methodist. Mississippi oVer 'Mississippi State, Oklahoma over Oklahoma State, Vanderbilt over Tennessee, George Washington over The Citadel, Clemson over Furmani Hope Star Classified Ads ABS MUST BE IN ONMCI DAY BEFORE PUBLIfiAf ION — PH6NE 7»3431 FOR A& TAKER ^K^^^W f^ W^^^w ^^F W^W^^F I The schedule of SolUrtat 1 as printed below, has beeii from John Alden Knight's Sdiuflaf Tables.' Plan your days sfl that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good coVef dating Ihese times, if you W'sti 16 find thfe best sport that e&ch day has to offer. The Major Periods are shown la boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last tot an hour and a half or two hours there' after. The Minor Periods, shown ifl regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. PM. Minor Major Minor Major •\Vednos. 5:20 11:35 fi:5() 11:56 Thursday 6:10 0:40 12J25 Friday 7:00 12:45 7:25 1!10 Saturday 7:45 1:30 8:10 1i55 Sunday 8:30 2)15 8:58 2!40 Allies Decide on Continued From -page One testing only at extreme heights 01 underground, Dulles said he is no*. discouraged by the slow and riil'fi- culH progress of (ho Geneva talks, 3, A new committee mimed by President Eisenhower" to appraise foreign aid may produce sonic, fresh decisions on the balance between U. S, military and economic assistance over the world. Theoretically, Dulles said, it seems that loo much money is being spent on military and not enough on economic help. •J. fn response to questions about a recommendation from the Na 1 - lionnl Council of Churches lasl week thai the United States move toward recognising Red China, Dulles said he attaches great weight to action by church neonle on moral principles but nol t!ie same weight when they gel inlo practical delails. 5. Policies of Ihe United Arab Republic under President Gamnj Abrtol Nasser may or may nol fit in with Communist policies from time lo time bul Dulles doubts that UAR acliviljos are Communist inspired. The UAR motivita, tion, he said, is to expand Arab unity, Tho United Stales has repeated ly declared during the past two weeks thai it intends to stand firm on its position as an occupn. lion power in West Berlin, a pasi,- tion shared will] Britain find France. But there have been widespread evidences of disagreement among Ihe Western governments, including tho government of West Germany, over tho tactics to bo, fojr "in carrying out this basic Deloys Strike of Bakers CHJQAfiQ (^P)--A federal mediator \yho never oals pic delayed a strike of 450 pie bakers Tue'sr day. So, nearly a million pies, mostly pumpkin and mjnge, will- no availablp for Thppksgfvinfi dinners In th? Chicago a,rea," " Peter e|jjibona,ra,' Sa,k,e,r§ JJnion, president, said ajlefv jig cpngeou- waga' cjisp.yt? wjlh,' five major,' companies h,e <3eci,c|e3 'j,p go a w^th the marftbsrshlp vote and a ?U'ik,e, But, he s^id,. WJJJl?m G.' I )'ny, 9 commissioner vvith iho eral .-«.>- Airlines Take Dispute Into Federal Court MIAMI, Fla. CAP)—Eastern Air Lines and Its striking flight engineers today took their dispute into federal court. The Ihree-d ay-old strike is 'lying up Ihe nation's largest airline in a peak travel, season. As the Thanksgiving weekend neared, Eastern and another major carrier, Trans World Airlines, appeared far from a settlement. But Ihe outlook was 'bailer else' where. On Florida's southeast coast, air. reservations requests piled up. Passengers ' could glet ' riigliti coach tickets for points north with, a two-day wait. The waiting list for first-class flights ran five days. Coining in by air, the situation was about the same. The earliest National Air Linos would accept reservations from New York" to Miami was "Monday, Dec. 1, Railroad, reservations were immediate—both ways". A factor of importance lo this tourist-conscious area is that E'aslern provides the sole -direct; air link between Miami and 30 cities, including Detroit, <Vkron, Columbus and Cleveland,' Ohio, Pittsburgh and Montreal, American Airlines appeared to have averted a strike by the Air Line Pilots Assn. The pilots said they would honor a court order directed against a walkout scheduled for lasl midnight, Full agreement was reached 'between National Air Lines and tho International Assn. of Machinists, according to an announcement. The now contract runs until Oct. 1, 1960. Northeast Air Line repicsenln- lives met with Ihe IAM at Boston Tuesday nigb,i, Afterward, a com pany spokesman termed the talks satisfactory. Meanwhile, Pan American World Airways announced in Ne\s York that it had reached a contract settlement with the Ait Transport Division of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, The 5,000 clerical workers had set a strike deadline fop the day after Thanksgiving, Eastern filed su|l for more than five million dollars against the jght Engineers, The airline also asked federal court to enjoin t asked federal court lo enjoin (he union. Eastern also asked i) court to rule that it can" force t engineers to m p et qualifications deemed advisable for jet nim-a" In turn, the Flight Engineers are "suing Eastern. They want feel- era! court lo enjoin Eastern a: the Air Line Pilols Assn. from negotiating any contract affecting engineers' job qualifications. Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Burial Assobiation FUNSftAL MOMS Dial PR 7-2123 20-lrn-e Real Estate for Sole New, fnodern, three bedroom home, floor furnace, jieaf schbol, $8,000.00 Only £1200 cash and assume loan, will buy modern three bed- toom home, central heat, wall to Wall carpeting, carport. Lived in IWo Weeks, owner transferred. A bargain. Sis room h&me, btlilUiU garage, East 14th Street, excellent condit' Ion. We have other well • constructed homes, with FHA or conventional financing available. LEONARD ELLIS Real Estate, insurance, Loans 108 East Second Phone 7-2221 20-Gtc For Rent or Sole 3 BED ROOM-, home. 41G S.. Grady. Contact or call Mrs, W. I.'Sti'ottd. YUkon 3-2362 Washington. 14-1-mo c The Negro Community , Esther Hleki .Phona 7-4«78 or 7-4474 Thought for the day A man should live with his superiors as' he does with his fire; not too near, lest he burn; not too far off, lest he freeze — Diogenes. For Salt ALUMINUM scfeehs, ddors, sl&rffl Windows, weather - stripplngi ifi* sitlation, roofing, awnings, gut* tering, ornamental railing. Ffeg estimates. Andy Andrews, Photig Y-sedf. 94f 1930 STUDE6At<.ftrt pickup. Cattle bed. heater, clean and in gdod condition. Phone 7-2204 or ?-40lii 29-tf 195i OLDS Pol-dor, hardtop. (3ood second car. Call PR 7'248?, 2?-tf COtt>SPOT Refrigerator, like also good used gas" range and small dinette suite. Will sell rea* sonable. Call Donal Parker, 7"< 3431. I74f 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 PANS1ES. Snnpdraggons. Stock and Phlox now. Just ready, Sunshine Gardens, Hwy 07 East, 5 miles. 21-61C HANDMADE Ceramic pieces; for sale by Altar Society at old Stewart Jewelry Store, starting ;Nov, 28. Priced . below value. 21-Gtp Wonted to Buy ONE small upright piano. Call Don Griner at 7-6020. 22-fitc For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers GttlfjSer vice, Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc NICELY Furnished 4-room apartment. Adults only. No' drinking. 801 East 3rd. 3-tf UPSTAj'RS apartment. 3 large rooms and private bath. 203 High Street. 15-tf Calendar of Events The Yorger-Shover Street PTA are compiling all anniversaries, in'merrioriam, in service, meeting date, 'birthdates for a birthday calendar starting Jan, 1, 1959, All names printed on the Calendar are 50c each. For information contact: Mrs. B. L, Britfian, Mrs. Ophelia Williams, Mrs. Luln Gain'ble, Will V. Rutherford, or Hoscoe Smith. FURNISHED apartment. Middlebrooks Grocery. Dial 7-3791. 24-3tp Wonted •Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office. The PTA of Fulton Elementary School held its regular meeting Thursday, Nov. 20 with Mrs. V. Cannon, president, presiding. Plans were made for the annual Thanksgiving feast, which will be served to all interested persons on Thursday,'Nov. *27, beginning at 12 noon. Mrs, E. G. M'adison, reporter. EXPERIENCED farm equipment •mechanic. Man must be Shop Foreman material. Good pay, good working conditions, well equipped shop, bonus plan, paid vacations, h o s p ita 1 insurance plan, in a modern growing community. A real opportunity for the right man. Write to Box M, c/o Hope Star, Hope, Ark. 2C-Jlc Female Help Wanted The Brotherhood Club of Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church met in regular session on M'onday night with 12 members present, H, L. Washington was in charge of the lesson on "Three Little Words — Ask — Seek and Knock," Matthew 7-7. Would Strengthen Traffic Rules ROCK (A.p) wi'J be asJsed. by the Arkansas Municipal Jiirtgp ,o str'ensthen the plate's~.a\vs. . The council wted ye,sterd«.y to recommend, the" fljangps n.Qd, f.ajd spefe support pf oilier " sf rs sppotgr drtvw ' slats io set wa is MnttAn CArt MrprtnYto-i nrafent'Atttmi^ annliV t- 1 ^ ;3 Hays Is Willing to Help Faubus -.FORT WORTH, Tex, (/P) — Rep, >Brooks Hays ^D-Ark) said yes clay he was still' willing to help Gov, Orvftl E, Faubus although ho felt Faubus sva's partly responsible fpr his eleclion defeat. "I .have a deep feeling for him ; pray for him.," Hays said The Arkansas congressman said Paublis "provided the thrusl" that }pd to his 'defeat by wrile*in candidate Dr, DgJe'Alford'ii} thf Nov. 4 general ejection, pflUbgs djc) not take fin open part in the oainpaisn but il considered during the brief p,aigrj that he privately backed lord, a. segregationist. Hays said ho djd not want IP beeoipe known as the founder of fj 'ciiH of rnpderales," ancj added, "j am strictly a Southern wocip rate who beliyos in 'both moder8« tioq of attitude pud spirit." Hays, president of the Southern gaptjst Convention/ was here for the inaugyra.Uon, of Dr, R, E. fta,,V' Ipj- .as presidpnf ot_ Southwestern Tliep}ogica} $0«8 Help in Fight to Control Bollworm . WTTfcB ' ndersoa o| tjje gtate plant Bom-el pye4ipted, yestprd^y Jhtji thp sjatps Pf ArHmisjJs, ^ouisjan.8, Tp.^as aarj soon njjppt uni» In., ' in Bailss , mid , 14ft. in au'fls Jo yrge , fe' ^, IS in n$ be 5K»m4.« !%MUi9i!»a ' to AVON Cosmetics has immediate opening for mature women not otherwise employed to service .excellent Avon territories. Can earn $2,00 or more per hour, Pleasant, dignified work. Openings in Fulton, McNab, McCaskill and Columbvis, Car necessary, Write Avon, Box 377, Hot Springs, Ark, Give directions to home, 24-Stc Services Offered LET us renovat* your old mattress, We specialize la preituri- zed Innerspring, s COBB MATTHE3S SHOP 712 West 4th, Phone 7-W2J ' ,Montgomery Market,torn slaughtering, W« bay. for your deep tre>ne,<|e'« ut before buying, -, • J7»M 3INGER SEWING M(VCHr?fE CO, Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd., L. 13, Booth, Phone PR 7-8895, 5-H.tf CUSTOM slaughtering, Hogs $3, Cgtlje for hides, Hauled free up to ;0 miles, phone, PJ? 7-3578 or V--2701. §74>rne POWER Saw available for removal of trees, slumps and etc, foj' •free ostimalo cpll 74092, '! 26-}' mo, c ba,by sit anytime day oj- night exqopt Wednesdays and Sundays.. Pljope ; 7-§6i4. ?Q,3tp ITS we R. 'p. ' A- P. , ESTATE iYABIMwW^ ft WANT AD RATES * All wanf Ads i.'« peydb'S '.h advance bul ndS will be -accepted ovfif Ihe telephone and ar.tomodo-" tion accounts allowed with thg liR-* defsfohdma Ihe accounf ts payable Wliih StdtemSnf Is fcnddfed. NuitlbS? Qnc three Six Of Words Day bavs Days Up to !5 .45 90 I 50 16 (a iO .60. t 20 200 SI to 25 .75 1 SO 2 50 26 to 30 90 1 PO 300 51 to 35 1.05 2.10 350 36 tb 40 1.20 2 40 4 00 41 to *$ 1.35 2 70 4.50 4A to 50 1.50 300 500 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY f times 3 times 6 times 80c per inch 65c pef inch 55c pet inch Rales quoted above are fdf cbn» Sedutlve 1 Insertions. Irregular of skip date dds will toke the brie-day Wte, All daily classified odvertisiti^ cbpy Will be accepted until 5 p:m. for publication the following day, >C The publisher teietvcs the right td* fevlse 6f «lif oil advcstisements of fefed fot publication and to telcct any objectionable advertising sub- milted. Initials of one or more letters, groups of figures, such as house or telephone numbers count as one word, Tha Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every Weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C, E, Palmer, President Alex, H. Washburn, Sccy-Tres, at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street fj Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H, Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, A'rfv'ortlslng Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Mech, Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Mem'oer of the Audit Bureau of Circulations' Subscription ftofss (payable In • J, advance) ; By carrier In .Hope and neighboring towns •— Per 1 week S .30 Per year IS 60 . By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayetre, Howard and Miller Counties — One month , $ .85 Three months 1,85 Six months 3.50 On* veor «-50 AH other moll — *" One month , 1,30 Three months ..!..., 3,90 Six months .'..,..,'..,,t.. v ........ 7.BO One year V,,..fc...... 15 - 60 Mot'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc,, 1602 Sterick B|dg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Toxps Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., New York )7, N, Y.; 1763 Penobscor Bldg., Dclroit 2, Mich,; Terminal Bldg., Oklnhoma City 2,Okla. Member of The A»*>clote<l freu; . The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the UTO for ropublicotlon of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as Well as all AP nev/s dispalches. Toylor & Jordon USED CARS —BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS —Q 816 f. Ha?e| Phone 7-402? '• Orvllle T9ylor» John Bill Jordan WANTED TO BUY Pine Pulpv/opo by Tryck Pwt In W°pd8 or otherwise, HAROtD HiNPRIX . phone PR ,16th & U9H!?!ana CAFE — BRIAKFA5T 35c .-'.gOe.— tS Hsmt Style Het Ojwi3A.M.I? 8 P.M.-I MATTRI55B f iJl ST Mitle Jnts infltr«y * cnt , * Msrtrfii Ct , >ii9, 7«»ll aj,j 'a&yfAWtt-^ji'ffari ^ :'•-\L/**tummn'-±l%- ft'l !• Herndon-Cgrneliwj ' Ambukmca $« wet ' I

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