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Hope, Arkansas
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Bobcats Open Cage Season HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS , Detembec §,1958 ' Basketball play gpls startcrl this KVcok \vlth thr Hope ftnhrals going 40 Wot Springs for their opening igairic of tlip spnsnii .Hi TiirsHii)- liifihi. l Coach Don Spvicr hns five n-- titi'nihg Ipllprmon in David Wat'.Kills, Johnny Graves. Billy llaiiT. Gary D Form-by and Trrry Hon frinuman The Hope boys hiive ibecn working out a u-rrls 'Coach St-vlcr is very alarmrd 'about the heigh 111 of Mis crow. (Which dopsn'.t linve a sinuk' rpally tail 'boy I Coach Gordon Bensloy's girls twill enter the- Nnshvlllp tnurna- Uncut Dec. 17-20 at Nashville. DUEL IN THE SUM—High above Die clouds, a Ryan Firebcc jet target drone (foreground) attempts to outwit a supersonic Corn-air J.-102, armed with ilt-ntlly Falcon guided missiles, Cameras ant! electronic scot-trig devices in the Firebee's wingtip pods will record hits 01' misses by the attacking Delta Dogger. The 600-in.p.h. ffoe'flying tai-gct vvns used at the recent Project William Tell weapons meet at Tyndall AFB, Fla. I'- Nationals in Pro Loop Take a Big Bow ' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Syracuse Nationals tcuk a bow today for bourn-inn the Rns'oii Celtics out of first place in the Eastern Division of Ihi' Nation.-il Basketball Assn. In n horiie-aii'd-lHime weekend series, the Nats whinped tho Ci-l, 'tics 101-D2 nt Boston Ralnrrljiy ;uul 1hcn ropcnled Sunday ninht with n 108-10-1 victory. As the result, .the' New York .Knickerbocker?, who were idle Sunday after losing SMl-llli to Dp- j trait Saturday, took nver first place by a half-gamp, margin over the Celtics. Syracuse's two victories mover! the Nats into a third place lie in , the division with the Philadelphia i Warriors. '-The Warriors dropped :i 107-H7 i game to Ihe SI. Louis Hnu-ks Sat- ijrdny, then trounced Cincinnati 103-00 in Sunday's televised g.-.mo. ^ Cincinnati won Saturday, downing ' Minneapolis 132-128 in three overtimes, Larry Costcllo was the bis gun Jn the Nats' Sunday triumph over Ihe CELTICS. He wont on a final period scoring spree, collecting six points in a space of 50 seconds lu break a O-t-94 tie. Coslt-Jlo ended with 23 points, one less than teammate Johny Kerr. straight third period PERILS OF THE JET AGE In 1922, there were 506 military aircraft accidents for every 100,000 hours flown. , accident frequency is down, but deaths are up. PRICE OF PROGRESS—The terrific speeds and complexities' of modern military aircraft are increasingly taxing the ability of man to fly them. Yet frequency of accidents has steadily declined, as Newschart above ^shows, even during the jet agci which began in earnest about 1947., On the other hand, fatalities have increased. Today 23 per cent of all accidents result) in a death. The story is the same on the material side. In 1947 less than a third of aircraft involved in major accidents were destroyed. Today it is-55 per cent. ,.-— —•- — ' points carried the Warriors to victory over the Royals. P.uil Armn \viis, Uie game's top point maker With 23. Pro Grid Scores Browns 21, Eagles 14 San Francisco 48, Green Bay 21 Pittsburgh 14, Washington 14 New York 18, Detroit 17 Yos Angeles 30, Baltimore 28 Chicago 30, Cardinals 14 Destroys "Morrilfon Laundry , MORRILTON, Ark. iAP)—Flro uited the two-story laundry and l°'' n 8e building ol St. Anthony':! hospital hoj-e yeslerclay u-ith ;i heavy loss to equipment and sup- \i\ 1 ,-»r. ' The building damaged. itself w»s bncUv The fire apparently ruined laun- Idry equipment in the structure, '•which is separate .frnm the main Ijospitnl. Ifospiinl records, sucpjui beds, shoots and other bod linens, clishes, drugs and other supplies Stored in Die building we're dee- Iroyed, "„ Patients were evacuated from (lie two upper floors of tho liospi- jpl building us n prcc;uitionaiy . measure. {, Sister Snbinn head ut the hoy- Mon Found Guilty in Fatal Shooting BENTON, Ark. (AP)—A Saline Circuit Court jury today f o u n'd Charles Ellis, 27, of VVhatland, Wyo., euilty of first degree murder in the fatal shooting of a Texas salesman near B'enton lajt summer. The judge imposed a sentence of life imprisonment. | Circuit Judge Ernest .Manor did tnul hand do\vn foimiil st-nlenc'e imniediitely. ISfiis wns charged in the death of Arny Z. CromwoJl, 43 of El Paso, whose bullet-riddled body was lound in a ditch on a highway Aug. 27. Ellis svas apprehended it week later in Lus Vegas, N.M. Officers said he was driving .a station wagon owned by .Cromwell,/a typewriter salesman. A 'plen of guilty was entered by Ellis atiorneys -after the trial bfe- gun this morning. The jury ot eleven men and ojjo woman was out only JO miniito's. NO PICKUP LOADED FRUIT STRATHM9PK, OHa, Iff) — Five tuns of apricots 'were collected this yoijr from one ncj'o of trees that )x»'-e fruit fpr the first limp. O|-ig FACT .JHtnl, tg estimate the Jnnl slock orc»nrd. man- declinon ivj uouiu..tie uiv < , , ., T-, . ,; .. • c|amagc. She said'somp insurance I ^ by tho Brooks Horticultural jvas carried, u< " I station, came from Manchuria in "T The superintendent said origin i^f 3Bl of the fire was unknown but that 1} apparently started in an elevit- The 2,900-milc-long Congo Rivqr is .known as tho "King of the African, Rivers." Although not ns long as tho Nile (4il60 miles),-the. Congo has the greatest volume of water /levying through it of any Afri- cpn.rjvpr. On.the Congo and its tributaries, there are almost 8,000 miles of navigable waterways, many sections of whjch, are whpassable because .of rapids and waterfalls. , ', © Encyclopedia Brltannloa donating bed linens to the hospj i Uil. The only linens saved were Morrilton resident,', today were those on beds at (ime of the fire. Blevins Takes, two Games at Spring Hill Blcvins en HP leanis won 2 out of 3 if a hi os Friday night ih the Hope Star Classified Ads ADS MUST BE IN OFMCi DAY BEFORE PUBLIGAflON — f>HONf 7»34S1 POfc A5 TAKER Wanted nie Garner had 10 for Spring Hill. Blevins Senior girls grabbed a MB-25 victory with Fern Stone looping 1!) tallies. Linda Galloway led Spring Mill with 21. Terrell Townsend dumped in 22 and James Huckabcc 18 to lead Spring Mill senior boys to a Cf3<-3'8 win Micks made 12 and Ross 8 lot- Blevins. Officials were Doyle Wilson and Ocllon Calhoun. Tuesday night, Spring Mill goes lo Bodeaw for three games. Star Office. Funeral Directors Ambulance Sefviee Bilrial Association OAKCRESf FUNEftAL HOME Dial PR 74123 Mississippian Is Champion Duck Caller STUTTGART, Arlt. CAP)—W. C. The schedule of SolUnflr Periods, as printed below, has been taken from John Alden Knight's Soltlttar Tables. Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during these times, if you w'sh to find"the best sport that each day has to offer. The Major Periods are shown In boldface type. These begin-at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours .^thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown;ih regular type, are of somewhat Cross, a 33-year-old printer from Greenwood, Miss., is starting another year as world champion duck caller. . . j; Cross won the title for tho second straight year Ml the annual contest hero Saturday night. As In 1D57 he iisi_n n call bnr-, , - . , - • .; rowed r,-,m C. M. Jordan Jr./^is ! shorter duratlon - partinv in manufitc'.urlng ctflls. Jordan ^!FO was a contestant. ,*•';.'. Jim Bosnall of Grove.'. Tox. was Hecon.d. ; Chai!e-3 Jackson, il. of S;utt-, Karl, won the state duck calling' Thursday title. Brcnda Pc,ieo,-k of Stut.tfiart ! l.% „ rn , e placed second in the stole contest Saturda y 7:5 ° 1:35 and rotr tiled her women's .world championship. Hon.-ikl Stcphan of Port Arthur, Tox., won the junior championship. \ A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Monday 2:55 9; 15 3:30 9:40 Tuesday 3:55 10:15 4:30-10:40 Wednes 4:55 11:15 5:30 11:40 5:55 0:30 12:15 0:55 12:40 7:25 1:10 8:20 2:05 9:10 2:55 Sunday 8:40 2:25 Yo//r Santa's finest Gift, , t stamp will be issued to. cpmmemovjvte ' anniversary of birth,, jf .featvjres the famous trait psjnieji py Qpp}-gg are'lrrein/Jsinygr)'' FLORSHEIM GIFT CERTIFICATES JS let's t way !o sny A Jerry ja jlnil very jn)t on li»tT-fq|- lic'll enjoy J''J()i-»lit'iiij ^jnt's ui'jiis Jtu- Asks Ban to Sovereignty Commission LITTLE ROCK (AP)—Ten Negro ministers today asked the J Ai- J«insa.« Supreme Coin t (o thtpw out J957 state acts which ci fated a sovereignty commission anclfle- qtiired the NAACP to icveal mcm- • bership arid financuU iccoids o The appeal was made by the Rev. Roland Smith oi Little Rock and nine othei mnii&leis I iiom throughout: the btdtc They .chaVged th«t the IwcPlsTw s con'stiUitccl' : an "unhnvfur' abullye- ment 1 '' of Negio lights and that the real objective df the acts was to circumvent "the supicmc law of t|ie land by piotectjng .uid ppi- pctuating racial segregation'-'-.in the public schools. J. B. Rookcr, Little Rock; attorney who filed the appeal, said he wiiild ask for early consideration of tho case. The original suit was filed in Chancellor Guy Williams' court. •It attacked the stvoreignty commission law and tho one requiring certain organization;:—such as the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People—to reveal i.nfcirmation. it also challenged validity of two other anti-integration laws, but action on these latter was dropped by agreement of all parties concerned. Williams upheld the validity-.'of tho information law and the one setting up the sovereignty commis- Mpn which hns broad invos(igat| f yo powers. i The Sovereignty Commission, of which Qov. Orvnl -E, Faiibus/ is PX officio chairman, has hfjld o'njy two meetings (U, both organization- The Negro Community Esther Hlcki Phone 7-4678 OP 7-4474 Thought for the day If you have built castles in the air, your -work need not "be" lost; there is whore they should toe. Now put 'foundations under, them.. — Thorenu. Calendar of Events •Memtoers of all choirs of the city are asked to meet at Lonoke Baptist Church. Thursday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. for rehearsal for Christmas service. A. M. Charlie .'English chairman of music committee. Strvieai OM«rtd U5T if en, We •id old Mil* to pf«iftiifl< Til Wilt 4th, phbfit RALPH Itdbtt&fflif? Market, cti»- feu iliUiht«rtnj, We have me»t <6f jdUf deef> (feeie. See Ul be- fof* 3iN<3gK SEWING MACHINE flO, Sales ana iiefvlde, Sis East 3rd, L. E, B&ath, Phone PR 7-8695. S-14-tf Saw available for removal of trees, slumps and etc. For free estimate call 7-4052. 2d-l mo, c GIVE her a gift certificate for Christmas from Diane's Beauty Salon. Phone 7-3118. 24f PIANOS tuned, repaired and rebuilt. Guaranteed. Write M. Woosley, Prescott or Phone Bodeaw TW 9-2385. 4-Otp I AM taking orders for cakes for Christmas. Also have limited amount of 2 Ib. fruit cakes. Mrs. Milton Eason. 7-4622. 4-tf Lost WHITE and black spotted female terrier. Reward. Phone 7-491|0 28-tf For Sale or Trade USED- furniture of all kinds. Bod room sets, stoves, living room sets, appliances, odd chairs and etc. City Furniture Co. 7-2201. 2-12tp For Rent or Sale 3 -BEDROOM home. 416 S. Grady. - Contact or call Mrs. W. I, Stroucl. YUkon 3-2362 Washington. . ' 14-1-mo c For Salt ALUMINUM screens, dears, starfft Windows, \veathei- * strifJpiFil, iH- sutatiori, hooting, awningS, |Ut» tering, orharnehta) ratling, F>ee estimates. Andy Andrews") PhoBe ?48ti7. ^ 841 iSSo SfUtJEBAKfiM pickup, cattle bed, heater, clean and ift good condition. Phone ?4204 6t 74011, 2§4f 3 SMALL tracts of land neat- toWft suitable for chicken farms. 80 acres timber land two miles out of Foreman. Ark. See Ralph Sounders or Phone 7-4001. WANT AD KATES All Wont Ads D?<? poyab'o ihi.' Sd»anc8 but od* will be accepted 6vef the telephone and So:<5mbd«t- flofi accounts allowed with the uri-> defstafidlho the account is pdyabla wheft sfdMrrtenf is tendered. . 'ni OLD'S four door. A*i Condition. Nc\V tires, radio and heater. $495 Will arrange financing. Call f' 2487. 24f GOOD Johnson grass hay delivered to your barn. SOc per bale, anything over S bales. Call 72261 days or 7-2257 nights. 2-12tp ONE ?i room house and bath. Corner lot. ISO foot front, 200 feet deep. Plenty of shades, Four bearing pecans and 3 or 4 ypling trees. Garden space, Good quiet zone with excellent neighbors. See J. R. Anderson or call'PR 7-6690. 3-6tp EQUITY in 1958 four door Mercury. Practically new. Excellent condition. Good chance for some one to own Big M for small down payment. Already financed; Ph, 7-4047. 4-fitp JUST arrived in time for Christmas. A load of Antiques from •Chicago. Bycr-'s Antique Shop. Patmos and Shover Springs Road. 8-6tc NICE used 24" tooys 'bicycle, New tires. $13. Call PR 7-3381 or 205 High Streeit. 8-3tc Real Estate for Sale Division B Singing Convention •• The Southwest District Singing Union, Division ,-B, "was held- at the,,'Firs't Baptist Church, Washington on Sunday, .Nov. 30. Thirteen choirs .were present, with 12 participating. The queen contest was won .by First Baptist Choir reporting $20; $74.36 was sent lo Arkansas Baptist College. The next singing union will be held at Rising Star Baiplist Cl)urch in Hope. C. G. Carmicheal, president; Mrs. Jesse Hawthorne, secretary; Mrs. Alice Hol-bcrt, reporter and treasurer. Birthday Party Given David Harold Perkins was honored on his 9th birthday witl) a party given in tho home of his aunt, Mrs, Onzic 'Hogan on Sundaj Doc, 7, Games wore played and sand wiches, ice cream and ipunch was served to Malhida Brandon, Bren da Joyce Cj-inor, Dorothy Duffic Brenda Jackson, Betty Dennis M'ary Muldrew, Shej-yl 'Dunl'ap Perry Jackson Jr., Jfim.es Charles Jackson, Bonnie Lee Kingsly, EJd ward Reed Jr,, John 'AJlen Reed, James Parl Bradle'y Jr., FrnnH Heed, Ezell Powejl, James Frank New three bedroom home, car port, 100 foot frontage, attic fan, floor furnace, Venetian blinds, near school. Owner said: "Sell It!" For sale or rent, two bedrooms, den, double carport, bath and half, good neighborhood, vacant, ]f5I4 Pecan. Five room home, lot and half, on pavement at 210 North Ferguson, clean, comfortable, immediate possession, $3,000, Modernjsix room home in excellent condition, built-in garage, floor furna'ce',. fenced backyard, plenty'o'f'storage, 412 Enst J4th. We have other Selections In Good Locations. LEONARD ELMS Real Estate, Insurance, Loan CHRISTMAS trees. Beautiful Arkansas Cedar. Nice full, class A trees. Fresh cut, no fir, pine or skelton. Hundreds to .choose from at Stuart's Texaco Service, •3rd and Pine St. PR 7-99G5, 5-6tc CHOICE business location. Third and Walnut. Oposite corner of new ,bank at Second and' Walnut Will consider installing permanent partition creating two separate store spaces. Contacit Talbot Feild Jr. 8-Gtp For Renfr LOCAL trailers, Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc NICELY Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only. No drinking. 801 East 3rd. 3-tf 108 East Second Phone 7-222 4-61 Pair Held for Attempt Robbery WARREN, Ark, CAP)—Two NP- gro men have been arrested }n connection with the attempted" robbery of a. teen-aged white couple n e « r Warren, .sheriff'g officers reported today, Deputy Sheriff Roland floyle said Willie Leo Williarns, a,, c ( Wallace Brown, both 31 and both of fiarrell, \vere held on oppij charges at an undis9los,ed jail" They were arrested late yester, day. i »• •, Hoy\o said Jerry Johnson. 18, son of-Mv- nnd. Mrs, Hpgeurd Jofin-. spn of Hermjtage, and Miss r'-- 1 ' Jlaqn, 17. daughter ot R}r. P»r}and Harj-eljon of j'.ejij repQi'ted tlioy were -atl Py i\yq N.egi - o men ns they *$ht >|i .a pip^uy Ij-vick, o n S |a ( te JiiSh i 8jwtH four miles . \ves| i'of jmj'il Fi'Way night,. TJjey tpJ4 pincers 9 Negj-o mgn asked. Johnson for a light and lh, e n, Hie jrvpl^ » n< * hind money. 4no|lm' Negro Jdjin&on with a|tpr he disiDQijntjBc}, t)ij Jin Henciricks, Dwayne Perkins, Cppway ant (Sews From MeNab Mrs. Beatrice 'IVfuldrow and daughters have returned home qftev spending severa.1 days in Hot Springs as the guests of her broth er, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Cheatham, Mrs. Quepn Walker" is spending a few dpys in Oklahoma. Friends of 'Mrs, Njlja 'Pearl Mwl- dro\v will bo Ijpppy to know thnt she i? improving satisfactorily a er undergoing SUCI^ry. Friends of Monroe 'Muldrow will }'egj-et to know tl^t }ie js seriously ill. *. , ,,„... «• , i .,, T, „ i. -r-T Jury to Consider the Goldf ine Cose jury sooo \yill wnsjcler pase of B,pvnav!j ppldHno, Industrialist^ \o decidp whes should bp indiptcd for eonipmpt of gongress ' V. today tlje- Ally. vv»U be to a grand jury in the nejjr obyiously ine^ns th? gl}-J to, gpt out 0 flhg rf R ajr} s^id oi ,Qpld,,Hne f«r- ta answer m,an SPEND XiMAS IN YOUR OWN HOME On West (Avenue C this lovely home is vacant now. 2 average size bedrooms and one extra largi bedroom, two Ibaths, double car port, FHA approved. iNo loan clos in? costs. Down payment $1,200 Will axccept your present home it trade, FflA, CO'NVlENTiION & GJ LOANS , FOSTER -REALTY COMPANY 217; South Main, Hone, Ark. Phone PRospecl 7-4091 8-3 tc Wonted »<n Buy CUB I.H or other small tractor With disc and turning plow. Write Box 98-»N, , 3-6tc Iowa is t)ie top popcorn produc ing stpte in the nation, Other top popcorn states are Indiana, Illinois, Nebraska, and Ohio. Opportunities Offered PIANO OPPORT-UNTTV We have a lovely Soinet Piano yve svijl transfer to reliable local narty pn small monthly payments, Wj'jto bpfpre we send (truck, J3QQK- -r JOPWN PIANO co., 3J2 MAIN, JOPWN, iM,0, 8-4tc Instruction AIRLINE , TRAINING MIN ANP WOMEN HQfrTKSSRS. STATION AQBNTS, PA§SfiN.G.E,R AOENTS, • RPSKR' YATIQJiJSTS, PQMMVN.IPAT.IPN- j§Tp, i?J»gBATIPJfS. Short low epst ironing w)ii?)J fl?id j}pj MPF» with yftuj- present job. Age His 1 ! Sfihwl PV ON, •* WIBB UPSTAIRS apartment, ,3 large rooms and private bath."203 High Street. " ,. ',. 15-tf - T '. > ' 5 ROOM house. 301 -N, Ferguson St. Call 7-3578. , 3-6tc UNFURNISHED 3 room apt. 222 No. Louisiana, 5-3ip 2 GLEAN o room houses, Close in. Vacant now, T. N, Below. 7-4308. 8-3tc Notice WE Buy - We Sell - W« REAL BSTAT«! B n ^RAltfKLTN A, P. Deloney, Howard Collier, Long Olstajice Call Co} lect 582, Free Ratea. Rave V«n» — Will Tr»Vfl PREJ5COTT IWI PARHAM Brothers House ers. Insured and free estimate, Write 1 Barham Brothers C'aje, Arkansas. 2 fiE Buy and sell Antique Furniture and bric-gtbrse. BYBRS. AfTJ QUE SHOP, Patmos , Shoyep Springs Road, Phone 7*2Q57, Help AVON cosmetics h.as openings for mature vvonien no| otherwise employed to service PV oellent-Avon territories; 1 Pan parti >2 or mdre per hour. Ppenjngs availa'ble in Hope. Ojir ne.cesgfiry. Write Avon, POX 377, Rot Springs, Ark. 8-§jc jn. TP ssgp monthly. 'Free po,ard; (are advanced. Gem Agen r py, §q LincojR, OpporfMnifjff BUSINESS |j W-FS t-f~~ ^a^fwf.,. s , , person fretp ih>i .ar o service an_d et,te dispensers, Nd'sejjiag'. ^r«" erences and $58£,&P to ,|j9Ia-~" ,,.i7:JJ««- nets up neopiej Pof4ble'' |'yj| - |pca}r'- --' ! - Nu'fiib^f Sf Words Up t6 15 16 to 26 ?t »° 25 26 fd 30 31 td 35 MM4J Day .45 .60. .n 36 1.05 1.20 1.35 Days .90 1.20 1.50 t.£0 2.16 2.40 44 tb §6 1.50 3.00 SI* Days 1.50 2.00 7.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 MbfitH 4.50 6.00 7.50 900 10.50 12.00 13.50, CLASSIPIED DISPLAY '\ tlr«6 .., • SOc pet inch 5 tlmeS 65c per Inch 6 limes 55c tier inch Sates qufttsd ob'jvtf ate for con SScutlve InserHbris. Irregular or side, date ods will fake, the one-dQY fate. All dally, classified, advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication' *Ke following day. The publfsher reserves the right to revise or edit all advesthemehts of fered for publication and to reject* ony Objectionable advertising sub- friilfed. Initials of one or- mom letters, groups of figures, sitrh - as house or telenhone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not bo responsible 'for' errors jn Want Ads unless errors' or<?- colled to our attention after FIRST In-^rtlon 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 \Valniit Street Ho'pe," Arkansas Alex. H; Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones/ Managing Editor Donal i Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmor, Mcch. Supt. ... -.'Entered os second class matter .at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under'the Act of March's, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau af ' . Circulations Subscription katas (payable In advan:'-0 , By carrier In Hope and neighboring towns •— Per week .-... S .30 Per year .-. IS 60 By mall in Hempstead, Novodn, LaFayette, Howard- and Miller Coun» ties — One month , , $ .85 Three months 1.85 Sin month! , 3:50 One yeor 6-50 All other mail — One month 1-30 Three months 3.96^ Six months 7.801 One ycor 15.60 Nat'l Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Dollies, Inc;, 1602 Sterirk -Blcjg, 'Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 T «xos BanK Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; ?60 N, Michigan Avo., Chicago I, III.; 60 P, 42nd "SI,, Now York (7, N, Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg,, Oklohomo City 2, Okla. ( , Member of The Avxvelated Press: ' The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well os all AP news dispatches. l- Tavlor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREJGN CARS — 216 9, Hazel Phone 7-4022 John BID Jordan WANTPP TO Buy A . In ,tyQQd.s or otherwis HAROLD Phpns Home 5ty!§ Ppen 3 A, M, to 8 P, M. W»rk 9ni-Biy Ssrvlo* inn«r» Herndon-Cornelius Burlsil Ambuloncc '

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