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l»8§i Fell MOM STAR >* ROM, AKKANSAI , Beetftbi? 21, d. Kentucky Pulls to Top Position in Cage Rating 6y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kentucky's basketball Couch Adolph Hupp had " Murry Christmas two days cnrly today as the notion's spurtswrilers mid broad- cnstcrs vtiled Ins Wildcats llir lop loam in the weekly Associated I'ress poll. Tile Uanin. whose tcnm is defending natiiiiiiil c-olleglute chain- pion, WHS siill enjoying the results of n successful weekend when informed ol the Wildcats' choice us U>|' teiim. "We're simply delighted," he said. Kentucky won its own invitational lournanu-nt over the week- Lnd, defeating Ohio SI ale mid West Virginia. The Wildcats also had a victory over Muiyhmd l.isl Week. HesulU of giinus through Saturday ileterminu tlic poll positions. Cincinnati, first n week tifin. dropped to second, lecciving (H lir? I plficf votes coinpiired to Kentucky's 71. The Wildcats totalled 1.443 points to C'mcy's 1.415. Both are unbeaten. Kentucky with an U-0 record. Cincinnati 5-0. Unbeaten North C.mtllrui 15-01 is third with 19 first place votes, anil 1,070 points. The points are ci. awarded mi a 10 for first, 9 fur second, etc.. basis. The Tarheels made the biggest jump, coming from 10th place, With three triumphs in foui days including the Bine Crass Invitational title. Kansas Slate dropped a notch to fourth place, losing to Brigham Young, but bouncing bnek to drop North Carolina Shite and St. Joseph's iPii.) fioni the unbeaten ranks. Despite its loss to Kentucky in .the :ch;vmpionship game ol <the Kentucky Invitational, West Vir- Igiiiia jumped from seventh to fifth •jjilace. North Carolina State holds sixth, and Mississippi Slate climbed a place to seventh, with its 7-0 record •Auburn and Michigan State, •with 5 five and four victories respectively, were the two newcomers lo the poll. The. Tigers jumped from 13th lo eighth place, Michigan Slate climbed from llth to jiinih. •Xavicr of Ohio is lOlh, a one position drop. The top ten teams with won-lost records through Saturday, Dec. 20 in parentheses: 1. Kentucky (8-0) 1,443 ;2. Cincinnati (50) 1,413 3;':North Carolina (5-0)1,076 •i. Kansas State (G-l) 831 5. West Virginia <7-2) 597 ;B,;-Norlh Carolina St. (IH> 581 7. Mississippi Stale (7-0> 5G3 8, Auburn (5-0) 451 !). Michigan State (4-0) WJ 10. Xavicr (5-0) 37ti UA Sebediilt lor Next Two Seasons r,-i i 01 i r, viijL,fe, Ark. (AP) — ,)olin fearnhill, University of Ar- knnB«s athlptie director, has announced these schedules for Ihe tfnoribaeks' hcXl two foxitball Cainpnigns: Sept. 10 — Tulsa, Fnyctteville, d. Sept. 26 — Oklahoma Stale. Little Rock, h. Oct. 3 — x Texas Christian, Fny- eUeville. d. Ocl. lo — Bnylor, Waco. n. Ocl. 17 texns, Lille Rock, n. Oct. 24 — Mississippi, Memphis, Oct. 31 — x Si Texas A&M. Fay- cHcville, d. Nov. 7 — Iliee, Houston, ri. Nov. 14 — Southern Methodist, Dnllns, d. Nov. 21 — Texas Tech. Little Hock. d. 1960 Sept. 17 — Oklahoma State, Little Hock. d. ' Sept. 24 — Tulsn, Fnycleville, d. Oct. 1 — Texas Christian, Fort Worth, n. Oct. ti — x 'Baylor. Faycttrville. d. Ocl. 15 — Texn.s. Austin, n. Oct. 22 — Mississippi, Little Hock, n. Oct. 20 — Texns A&M. College Station, n Nov. 5 -.- Kiee. Little Rods. d. Nov. 12 Soutliern Meth- Second ten: Tcnnest-ea with 235; 'Northwestern 209; Bradley 181 California 52; Villanovn 44; St. , Louis 41; Mai-queue 3P; Memphis State 37; Washington 33; Dayton 34. Spectatorslre Continued From Page One "_ have' sent" all they had.*' Phillip Thompson, a volunteer - fireman, said "There was a terrific explosion. The blast knocked me out but 1 came to right away. -There was a terrible ronr and tho . whole sky seemed to be cut fire." "Pieces of steel from the ex, "ploding tank ripped through the :'•' crowd," Thompson said. "Flames •from Iho burning transport set a „ number of people on firu. J put out '.-,,(hg fire on soy-nil people, i hail 1 " _'io rip some, of their clothes oft , to put out the flames." - A service station near the scone / Vas set afire, but was quickly . extinguished. Thompson saici debris from tho " exploding truck was hurled 250 to ' 300 yards away. , Thp blast shook the town of about 7,000. Windows were broken p mijo away, Flames leaped an estimated 400 to 500 feet into the »ir, , The Terry County Jjospital said • jt had admitted l>3 victims of which dozen were seriously odist, Kiiyolleville.' d.' Nov. 19 — Texas Techi l>Ubbock. el-Day game. n-Niyht gnivie.', x- Dad's day. xx-Homecoming. Basketball College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Grambllng (La) Invitational (First Hound) Langslon 7i), Arkansas A&M 70 Prairie View 78. Touaaloo 44 .Southern Univ BO, Texas Collece 58 GrambliiiR 12,'!. Wiley 07 Kansas Conference (First Hound) Bethnny SI, Stcrlmg 43 McPhorson 81, Kansas Wcsleyan Seattle i)l. Marshall 80 College ol Pacific 70. lonn G3 St. Bonaventure 91, Ohio AVos- leyan 43 Conncclictil 76, Georgetown (DC) 08 Pace 74, BloomJicld (N.I1 72 Georgia Tech 110, Wyoming' 78 Memphis State OG, Toronto 52 New Orleans Loyola 83, Centenary 7-1 (oH Spring Hill. 87', Mississippi College 81- '•• •-«> , La Tech' 90, Ky,, \yeslcyan 7(i Christian Brothers,. (Memphis) 78, Northeast Louisiana 70 Bnylqr nt Vandorbill;-.eancellod Marquctte 8(j, Xavier' (Ohio) 71 Northwestern 7!>, Washington Gil Minnesota 72, Stanford Gl ' Ohio State 92, Utah 69 r>olrolt 101. Delaware 71 Lawrence Tech 80, North Central (111) 80 Oakland City 82, Huntington 73 Western .Illinois 04, Texas Southern 87 Texas Western 75, Misouri 71 Oklahoma 57, New Mexico A&M 52 Okla, Satte GO, Sou California 54 Bice 81, New Mexico Gil Arizona State Univ 79, Los Angeles Loyola 40 Waho Stale 71, Arizona 51 Brigharn Young 72, SI, Mary's (Calif) 67 Oregon 70, Montana 69 Linfield (Ore) 71, Western Washington 49 All poultry moving across state lines in 1959 must be inspected by an agent of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. burned or injured About 115 01 120 persons were injured, the hospital estmitttcd. Some of the victims \vcro driven to nearby Lubbock, Tex., for treatment, Sidney Hester, police dispatcher, said four men were confirmed dead, H« identified them as R\iben Johnson, aboul 50, of Lubbock, driver ol the big trucK: Jim Cou- silicon, fire m;irshal here- Wayland Parker, Brownfield fireman, and James Ray, of Bresvnfield, The bottled gas is a treated natural gas used for heating and cooking iu homes as well as for industrial heating purposes,, Balanced Budget Continued From Pt|8 pendilures will be in thg general area of 77 billion dollars." Kisenhower withheld details. White House Press Secretary James C. Hagorty declined lo fil! any of them in but did say; ''The President and the adrnifi- isti-iiUon hope the Congress of the United Stales will do their bdsl to keep Ihe budgcl balanced." By MlLtON G. WASHINGTON (AP)—President Eisenhower's plan for a 77-billiofi- dollar balanced budget next year was described by Democrats as unrealistic loday. but Republicans calJed it a welcome Christmas present to the taxpayers. Eisenhower's announcement of his budget plans, unprecedented in advance of the opening of Con- grcss, paid defense spending would be higher and olher cxpcn- dilures "consistent with the public interest" without any general increase in taxes. His approximate 77 • billion-dollar spending figure would be two billions, below this year's estimul- ed $79,200,000,000 total. At that evel. a 12-billlon-dollar deficit is ^xpocted this year, partly because he recession cut expected federal revenues. Eisenhower originally had toro- cast a 500-million-dollar surplus or this year, based on lower spending , higher revenues and a joytiil rate increase higher than Dial Congress later provided. Without giving details, ISlson- lower said "reductions in total •spending will be achieved in part by reason of the ending "of lem- porary programs in agriculture, unemployment insurance and housing." 'Due to expire nexl year are part o[ the soil bank program and a recession-born program of extended unemployment compensation benefits. Although no general lax Increase is to be asked, Eisenhower said—again without giving details — lliti'l 'his budget will request increases it'rom states and gasoline taxes, and some new user charges for government services. Chairman Clarence Cannon (D- Moi. whose house appropriations committee will have first crack at Eisenhower's appropriations requests, said he is gratified at the plan for a balanced budget "but J am quite dubious about it. 1 Hews Briefs ftf Williams, aft IhsuraficS agency executive, yesterday was elected president of the Little flock C*ham bor of CprhthDrce. t!d succeeds Warren Bray. a Company official. L1TTLB ftOCK (AP)— Wlnthrop Rockerfcller has donated 700 shares of slock in the Socony Mobil Oil Co. lo the Arkansas Foundation of Associated Colleges, the foundation announced yesterday. The value of the slock was placed at about $33,000. LITTLE ROCK (AP) The 'Eighth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals has stayed the execution of Luther Bailey, a 46-year-old Negro Convicled in 195G of raping a Litlie Rock white woman, defense attorney Thad D. Williams said yesterday. The lawyer said tho stay was granted pending an appellate court hearing on a petition for a writ of habeas corpus, which last month was denied in federal district court here, HOUSTON, Tex. fAPl — Mrs', Juanita Wilson, 34, of Bradley, Ark., was killed and seven other persons injured yeslcrday when i..n automobile and a sheriffs Jtilrol car collided. The patrol car was en route to assist in a search 'or three children who had been reported missing. The missing j youngsters later were found un- Tanned. Hope Star Classified Ads ADS MUST IE IN ©met DAY 8IFORI PUSLICATieN _ PHONE 7*3431 WR AD TAK1R Margaret Sang Off Key ; Says Helen Traubei NEW YORK (AP) Helen Traubei says — Soprattb she could keep Margaret Truman on key when acting as singing adv!s> er to the former President's daughter. Miss Traubei says she quit after "I years. Ihink her great fault Was that she could not hear herself sin«," Moss Traubei comments "She never knew what a real amateur she was — an honorable: designation in any way of life, "She failed because she had no sift for self-criticism." In a prepublicalion condensation of her memoirs appearing in the January issue of the iLiadies' ttomc Journal, the former Metropolitan Opera slar says her three years as Miss Truman's adviser cosl her don't see how he is gel the extra revenue." Sen, A. S. Okla) said going to Mike Monroney (lithe announcement seemed to him lo include "more wishful thinking than any realistic approach" to budgetary problems. Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-Mont), assistint Senate Democratic leader, commented tihat "I can't see a gas tnx increase" as being in Ihe cards and said Eisenhower will have trouble, too, in getting Cong'ress to vote another increase in postal rales. Republican leaders rushed out ^statements welcoming 'Eisenhower's budget-balancing plans, but said nothing about spending cuts or higher taxes. "It is refreshing to realize that the budget is in balance, and it is up to Congress -to keep it that way," said Rep. Joseph W, Martin Jr. '(Mass), House - Republican leader. "The economy must be sound financial VATICAN CITY (AP) — Precedent-breaking Pope John XXIII •announced Monday night he plans o visit the jails of Rome on tha day afler Christmas, Vatican sources said they could ocall no other Pope in modern lislory who has ever gone to Rome's prisons at any time. The plain Italian peasant's sun, who became pontiff of Ihe Roman Catholic Church eighl weeks BKO, made his announcement casually during a brief talk with 20 Rome parish priests. The Pope told Ihe priests he Intended to visit the jails "as part of my pastoral duties as bishop of Rome." world for ever having my name connected with such n musical aspirant." Miss Traubei wrote thai she consented to the adviser role in 1948 when Miss Truman asked for help. Her voice then was "incx- 9^ ^^^^^W ^^w ^^^^^^^£ | The schedule 6f Sohiiiaf PefiddS, as printed beloW, has beefl tnkefi from John Aldeii Knight's Soltiftaf Tables. Plah ybUf days sb that you will be fishihg in good teffltofy of hunting in good cove? during these times, if you w^sh to find the best sport that each day has to offer, The Major Periods af« shown la boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hoUf and a half or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration, A. M, P.M. Minor Major Minor Major 3:10 9:20 4:00 10!10 ASBURY PARK, N.J. (AP)—J. H. Ripps has perhaps the longest and oddest Christmas card list in town. Ripps is mailing cards to Pluto MacPhall, Pcl-Licker Nemetz, Buckshot Bebus, Scotch and Soda Carllon, Cindrolla Prouty, Butons Bauman, Mow-Kat Rapp and hundreds of others. Ripps is a veterinarian, The cards are going to dogs, cats anrl olher pels, "My first, greatest and unconquerable difficulty with (Margaret's i voice was simply leeping net- on key. "There simply was nol enough of everything — or of anything — i lo make her really n concert or I light-opera singer." Miss Truman is now the wife of Clifton Daniel, a New York newspaperman. She said she had not read the article, did not plan to, and. would have no comment. Truman, who is visiting his daughter for the holidays said to day that he hadn'.t read .the article "and 1 don't intend to. Prime nonnas have Iheir own views anc imust have -their fun." DUNSTABjLE, England (AP) — Educator Leslie Worby blames modern films fo rpoor spelling by school children. "When watching the old silent films we had lo read the dialogue and I'm certain that aided our spelling," Worby says. "The modern - day pupil, with talking movies, has no such help." maintained on basis to protect the future stability of our country." Similar emphasis on financial stability camo from Sen. Styles Bridges (R-TS r H), chairman of the GOP Policy Committee, and Republican National Chairman Moqdo Alcorn. ALL 6 VOLT STARTiRS AND GENERATORS - REBUILT - $4,95 EXC, f All Psrts For Cer? And Trucki f All Siie Full CSP Tirei, Alss Ngw And Uied Tim! Wylie Glass & Sfllyag© Cp, §7 W^?J Hpp^ Ark. Phsne HOlIBAlfS iht yi«i Many Youths Have a Silent Christmas By FRED WEST HARTFORD, Conn, (AP) — Imagine singing "Jing'le Bolls" or "Rudolph the Rcd-Nosed Rehv deer" with your hands, Or, lock yourself for n moment in a world where there arc none of the friendly Christmas noises- no street carolers, no belly laugh of a Santa Cl:ui$, no clamor of shoppers and traffic. For the 340 youngsters here at Iho American School for the Deaf and for the thousands of other deaf across the country, Christmas is silent — just as all other days and nights. But in thp deep sjlonpp there is Happiness, to. A Christmas parly toy the Amer* ican School's youngsters is a riemonstraiipn of how- the iiuman spirit can > overcome a handicap. The scpne is q familiar phrist- mas scliooi .tableau. Scrubbed qnd smiling youngsters squirm in |hpir seats in the large auditorium, fidgeting for the start Pf their an< nual Christmas program. But when the school chaplain begins the invocation, ^e differ-. Jiave retired. Sha,rp u tells a Christmas parable in « riph, |vi?Q<Jly voice. He accompanies l)i? vs r or«Js 5.vi<,h rapid gestures 04 J\is arn\s ^n,d hancjs. , Tho story J§ of M mischievous, ' the whose ponseryiitiyp way^ pf Peter §C9lds it.h sjle.nt § Jn \he final auguls \yh!t.e sheets, ' NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Harry S, Truman said Monday he was only kidding when he said recently he would like to be appointed to the U.S. Senate, He and his wife arrived hero from St. Louis, Mo., for a brief Christmas visit with their daughter, Mrs. Clifton Daniel, Truman answered questions from reporters as he strode briskly to a waiting automobile. The iast question concerned his recent remarks that he would like to return to the Senate under an appointment. . "I was 'only kidding," he said just before the car sped off. This One Looks Very Much Like Santa Clous By Dlt-LON GRAHAM WASHINGTON (P) - To the job-hungry on Capitol HUi, Lacay C, Sharp looks a lot like Santa Glaus. Sharp is head of a group set up to help find new jobs for con ; gressionai aides >wlioso Senate and \House employers were defeated jn the November elections, The Democratic swoop sent about 650 secretaries and stcnosE*- raphers scrambling for new boss- is among the incoming members. Competition is keen for the Cap* tol jobs, They pay from SiSOO to iJ3,3QQ for full time work, with top Senate jobs paying a l'?w li'iui- dred dollars more than in U>e House, ' ' H Sharp, chairman of the Congros. Secretaries Club placement said about two thirds of those displaced by the Tuesday Wednes Th,ursday 4:50 11:00 Friday 5:40 11:50 Saturday 6:30 12:15 Sunday 7:20 1:05 3;35 9:45 4:25 10135 5:15 11!25 6:05 1 6:55 12:40 7:45 1:30 The Negro Community Esther Hlcki Phone 7-4878 or 7-4474 Thought for the Day The 'nature of Christ's existence is mysterious, I admit; but this mystery meets the wants of man. '.Reject it and the world is an in- explainable riddle; toelieve it, and the history of our race is satisfactorily explained — Napoleon. ber election? have found now jobs. \ , "J think we'll find jobs for bout JQQ rnorp, 1 ' Sharp, said, This woujd ' redwpe the pgsugfty list JQQ, gonife, pwn job, veteran of no worry, about his |<ep. Q«pitft) JiiH, he is, top aidu wl)Q _ •t P!P.P« f°f a v is turned' out Jiired )\a,ncl P.'Wlien a . foyj,- t to Jjelper? IPS? put., arp ' Pd-W. assistants t» §enjjtprs and, top see IP Chrises i-jgrpl i||Jej-f Novelist Tells About the Civil War Til-IE CIVIL WAR, Ft.' Sumptei to Perryvllle. By Shelby Foolo Random House. $10. There has been nothing' like r general history of the'Civil Wai 1'or more than 30 years. In tha' period, there has been a tremendous outpouring of biographies studies ol the war's generalship campaigns and battles, and corol- laiy literature. It is high time tha some one pul Ihe war into thp framework of recent findings and appraisals. Let it be said at the outscl thai Shelby Foote has succeeded, in this first of three volumes, morf than well. You will nol'lay aside ihis book without a feeling of eagerness to get your hands on the next two. Foole is a novelist, Ho brings a novelist's approach tc history, meaning that it is fluid, exciting suspenscful. He bills his work as "A Narrative" ,and it eminently that, He builds his story around the presidential protagonists, Jefferson Davis and Abraham Lincoln. J3y accenting the contrasts in Iheir personalities, their methods and policies, he achieves a high degree of dramatic interest, He gives detailed attention lo Ihe minor campaigns which, though neglected by many so-called histories, were important to the stream of the war and its truly national character. Foote does not intrude his own opinions. He is almost painfully objective in refraining from dogr nmtio judgments, preferring to lot events and facts speak for themselves. Some partisans may scream that he has been too char, itablc with controversial figures like Davis and George JJ. IVfc* Clellan, bul Foc-te's utter frank* ness and honesty in reporting create an indelible picture which, an some respects, is more re* vealing than any personal opinion. Thi? |s nol a definitive history, Foote is concerned with the war in the strictest meaning of the word. j-Js does not-go deeply into for war; does; he give more than a.s'Umpse of economics of the war, the home front experiences, th^ struggles of supply and pornm.un- ipolions, But , to point out sue}) omissions is only to' ' emphasize the great scope .of the war, foots' s work may not give the Jin$l answers on what thp war meant, but/ beyond, qupstiop, it is a bright searchlight on. how, awl whpre and by whwn-H >vgs Stats Teaehers Hires Austin W^ite , .CQNWA.C-, Ark, (,Ap> -r- "Austin, . White, pjrinoipe} pf H,a.rri$oi) chppi will join the staff a? Ajr» apsas ,'gtale ' cro Jan. J8. Silas 'p. now, pveiidenf p| 5nn,ou,need that WWL9 Wi T, Nison a§ the v of pub|i,9 Forfeit AMJMlNUM screens, dbdfss storm" Wihdows, Weather « siflpplhl, lft« sulatiofi, footing, aWftih|8, gilt' teHhg, drnafriental failirif, I'reS estimates, Aiidy AhdfeWS, Phohe ¥4867, 9-lf 3 SMALL tracts of land rieaf town suitable for chicken farms, 80 acres Umber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark, See Ralph Saunders or Phone 74001, WANTADRATiS Alt Wdhf Ads ore jSoydb'S BdvbhcS but ads Will bg occ8p 6V6f the telepHbhe and ac--.bttiodd j floh dccounh allowed *iih thS UH* defstafidihg the account is pdyablS wh6H statement Is ferid6r6d, 5f Wbi-ds Up fci IS 16 to 26 '51 OLDS four door. A4 Condition, Nesv tires, radio and heater, |4Ua Will arrange financing, Call "• 2487. 2 One Day .66. .75 .90 1.05 ._ .. .. 1.20 .1* 41 to 45 1.35 11 46 to 50 1.50 21 25 26 to 30 §1 to 35 36 to 40 ia57 CUSMMAN Eagle motor scoot' er, tn good condition. See or call Tommy Montgomery. 7-3361. ONE boys 2fi" bicycle. Good colv clHion, John San 1 . PR7-2504. 20-3tp CHRISTMAS trees. Beautiful Arkansas Cedars. Your choice for $1. Stuart's Tcxa'co Service. 3rd & 'Pine. Phone 7-9965. 22-3tc 1952 'BtnCK Special 4 door, radio, heater. Clean, good condition. Contact J. B, Ingram, 212 MeRae, Phone 7-4418. 23-3tp For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc 5 POOM house. 301 N. Ferguson Street. Call 7-3578. 17-lmo. 4 ROOM house. $30 month with bills paid. PR 7-2247. 10-tf Notice Calelndar Of Events There will be a^ Christmas program .given -at the IMt. Zion OM1E Church on Wednesday, Dec. 24, at 8 p.m. The public is invited to allenrf. Coming and Going Frank Johnson is visiting his daughters, Mrs. .^David^'Poi-ter and iMrs. Christine Walker in 'Los 'Angeles, Calif. Hot Springs Cleanup Reportedly .Underway HOT SPRINGS, Ark, (AP) — Sheriff Leonard R. Ellis yesterday ordered a group of handbooks clubs and establishments sellint mixed alcoholic drinks to cease operations by Jan, 1. The action gave rise to speculation that the operators anc employes of the affected establish- menls had backed the "wrong candidates" in last summer's Democratic primaries, Sheriff Leonard R, Ellis confirmed that he had issued the close-down order at the direction of Prosecutor Walter J, Hober and Circuit Judge-elect P. Dobbs, But the sheriff refused to discuss the action, • Hebcrl and Dobbs were reported in Florida and unavailable for i mediate comment, Dobbs, who defeated Circuit Judge C, Floyd Huff last summer, takes office Jan, 1. The Hot Springs Sentinel Rc> cord said the operators affected oy the closing order apparently had backed Huff's bid for rc-elppr tion or Clyde E, Wilson unsuccessful race against Ellis. 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PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS ll-tf Quickie Divorce Law Back by High Court LITTLE ROCK (AP)— Arkftnsqs' controversial "quickie" divorce a.\y has the backing of the plate Supreme Court, Tho high court ruled yesterday hat the law whirh, rmd been voided early, this-yetiv by CrjUen, den Chancery Count, is valid.' }n its 5rg decision tho Couvt wiped out the previous rule teat4° an Arkansas djvprce, must , show 'bona, , , ntenl !o became, residents oC4he , The J95? act wl>ich was upheld by the'hjgh court re-defined Arkan* sas reskleiicp a* more "'actual senee" for tjiree set went before the on 'appul from a ruling by ehancejjoj''£.ee Ward of Paragould. was a divorce case eon^ "MVrQft 'W- Wheat and his , t who pajne to euusyjY^nia, x sued f p r ,WP?'t Memphis Aug. vife. . rom, divorce , 957, He pioved into a We?J i\iis -tnoteij but wavk.pcji nt ,tiie /ar gJaHott at MiUin§ton, in ija on wi|B, living eontpste4 th'e at \vas jiot , £"4 Uia,t the 1957 act BARiHAM Brothers House Movers. 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Booth, Phona Pft 7'6695, Saw available for removal of trees, stumps and etc, For free estimate call 74052. , 26-1 mo, c GOOD bargains, Buy, sell, kfifle or refinish your .furniture at m/' shop. Paul Pudney, Washington, Wonted Hope Star reutr Pp e n ^r l?py§ U years and OY?F, -Apply at Jiopf Star QfJice. to Ca)ifpi'i>iajoi- two 'Navy boys. Friday, 'Pce^ gfi, Can drive *md will share, in, expenses. 1 phoiiie ffl 7445?, 23-gfc Wonted to Buy prices-,paid for and gqon hides. After 7 P.TO, call gob' patejiff, EiDQ.S, ?-?7??. , Cove Collision Kills , , north of Cove ur§d three" other is MV|. ai)d jppl,iesj ' vep.ort.c4 >vas risjipi in R pgr fey CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ) time SOc pel Ihth 5 times 65c per iMcH 6 times 55c pbf inch i ftdtes quoted dbbvd orfi for ton' secutlvd Insdrfiohs. trfegolor of skip. date dds will take' the one-day'rate. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p.m. fof publication the following day, The publisher reserves the right M fdvlse or edit all ddvestisements w fered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials of one or more letters, groups of figures, such as house of telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will*not be responsible for errors |n Want Ads unless errors, are called fp our atfonriort after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY fhe ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Prcsi 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs.' C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Sccy-Trci, at The Star Building 212-14 SoMth Walnut Street ^ Hope, Arkansas ' 9 Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing-Editor Donal 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 Bureau ol Circulations Subscription Kotss (payable In ^ advan:s) 9 By carrier in Hope and neighboring towns — Per week S .30 Per year , IJ*0 By mail in Hempstead, Nevoda, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month ? .'5 Three months 1-85 Six months 3,50 i One year 6,50 All other moll — One month v........ ^iP Three months 3,99 Six months 7,»8 One year 15,60 Haf'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dollies, Inc., 1602 Sterick Bldg, Memphis 2, Hon.; 505 Texas Bonk Bldg., Dallas i, >exas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., New York I?, N, Y.; 1763 Penobscor Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg,, Oklahoma City 2, Okla. £U Member of The fiuuclotcil frewi The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for replication of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well ' as qll AP nows dispatches, j —I LAY-A WAY YOUR TOYS FOR CHRISTMAS NOW — Hope's Best Selection of • Chr1stma§_Toys a* < WESTERN AUTO* 113 8, Main PR 7-4447 Taylor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS — 216 3, Hazel Phone 7-4022 Orvljlejayler • Jphn ill) Jordan WANTED TO BUY pin? Pylpwooo by Truck Owl Im, W9?d§ er HAROtD HENDRIX - Ph9ns PR 7.4?gl 18th * k9«l§!ana, HQP«. ArK, MATTRIS5I5 eni B*y, PAY15 Fwrnimrt i M»|tffM 117 •», Ejpi Herndon-Cprncliwi Ambulonce 'W Air

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