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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 6, 1959
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Decides toPlayAgoih , \ ..Curtis King, president of trie Ar,'• kansas High School Coaches Asso- H elation, announced today the selec- '"* tion of John Pierce as head foot.« $ ball 'coach of the "West" AU-Stars , iin the annual East-West classic »J which \vill be played in Little Rock Coach-Pierce in his first year as ;ad> coach at Hope guided the ^tjEobcatswto.'their first- undefeated '""> and untied, season. He started his '* football career with the Crossetfc '• Eagles and played center at South; ~"eTn [State from 1948" to 1952. Fbl- • lowing graduation from college he • served in the Hope system as Juri- JJ ior Coach and was promoted to as?' sistant the following year. He took Jk over as head coach last year. ;- , r Modestly Pierce credits His staff ,, „ with much of the success of the < Bobcats last season. Don Sevier is Ws first assistant afid coaches basketball; Gordon Beasley is Junior Coach; both football and ** basketball; Bill Blake and Donald " ' Culp are assistant football coaches. tion Jo t e Croninf toefol-d ydti take that Job as president, of Ino lAmei- lean tciiguo, send Ted Williams £ contract. Ted says he's going to play in 10S9. Williams, generally recognhcd as the greatest hitter of modern baseball, listed his intention to piny at least another year nt an '" ' conference Mon"I don't know how long I'll bo able to continue in baseball, ' com. merited the controversial outfiejd- or, 'Three or four years ago I'd haVe said i wouldn't bo playiiiB now. You just can't tell.' • Williams, who at the age of 40 woh the American League battihe title with a ,328 average, sai'd "he ° X "t e .S ts t ia t ^ y ^ lrnst 1( 1° ^ amcs I a halp to think I couldn't" he said. The slugging outfielder of the Boston, Red Sox was in, the city for a sports show at which he gave a flycasting exhibition. He appeared in fine condition allHotif-ll he complained of be-'iitr a trii'l" heavy. _, . game. Coach Pierce is married and has | Members Coaches Learri to Live With 2-PbintRuie By JIM KENSIL Associated Press Sports Writer CINCINNATI (AP) — cdUcge ootball conches who scorned'' the two-point conversion rule * have now, learned td live and play with it. But they are seeking,, a co- promise. TKey want tile g'oal po'sts movdd to the goal line. The majority of delegates here for the annual convention of the 'American jFpptball "Coaches Assn realize that the two-point rule','en- ac p ted. suddenly a,.year ago by the •NCAA FootbaU Rules Corfunittee, has won popularity among the fans and is not likely to be changed. They contend, however, that putting tHe posts back bn the : :.g"6al line would make a more equitable O^y^a*^^ Basketball Rated No. 1 intheNdtidR By BEN,OLAN Press Sports Write C- the All-Star coacliing job, Mr. Pierce deemed it "a very , great "honor". He said he would " announce his assistants in the very i near future. .of .the AFCA headed lumbia coach Lou , Little,, refused to comment on Recommendations they would .make to the, parent ;NGAA for action at its rules committee meeting next week in- Los * ~^* STARTERS AND GENERATORS - REBUILT - $4.95 EXC. < • AH Ports For Cors And trucks t, ^ "T ^ ^ f • All Size Full Cop firei, AJso N^ew A^nd u's'e^ tTre»t Wylie Glass & Salvage , Hwy; 67 West Hope) Ark. Phone 7-27M ThB unbeatfeti Kentucky Wllcl- tals—boasting 11 virtorios, ]M longest season stroflk of the court' try's major teams—held cldwri first place for the tHlid consfceli- tive week today in The Associated Press basketball poll, But North Carolina State, Auburn and SI, John's (N.Y.) all made notable gaihs, Oh the strength of victories over Cincinnati and Michigan State ih the Dixie Classic. North Cai'ollfta state moved Into second place. The Wolfpack, fifth a Week ago, collected 30 votes for first place ind 1,115 points in the pallpting by, 137 sports writers and broadcasters. Kentucky, however, gainered 81 nfst place votes-and 1,245 points on the usual 10 points for first. 0 fdr second e<c. basis. The Wildcats padded their victory total by :hree last week: They will go after their 12th straight tonight at Vanderbilt. Auburn citmS'ecl from ninth (o sixth place. The Plainsmen vhipped previously undefeated Mississippi State for their 19fh straight over a two-year span. St. John's, winners of the ECAC Holiday Festival zoomed into 10th position. The voting was based on tamos through last Saturday. There was an almost complete itffle in the other positions in the top 10. • North Carolina moved up a single, notch to third place, Michigan State bounced back from its N.C. Statp setback to edge Indiana. This triumph enabled the Spartans to advance two spots to fifth tons to advance two spots to fifth place. Cincinnati, whichj-also lost ,to North Carolina, tumbled from second tb ( seventh. Kansas State slumped one place to fourth. Two Illinois teams. Northwestern ^and Bradley, held the other positions among the nation's elite. Northwestern was ranged eighth aft2r beating Iowa and Notre Dame. Bradley jumped from 10th to ninth latter itrouncink Drake Saturday v for its eighth straight triumph Jiihlec Bodenw, 20 Emftiel 40. Nasiiivhle,2D — CWdestei- 23 BodcHw 22 — Willfkvdlf. Sff Jeffei-sbn WillfsVillb 28 , ^ 28 -i Ai'kadclphln Emmot 23 — Cole IS BldWhs 37 — Lanebtit'g 13 Folike 23 — Guernsey 0 48 By THE ASSOCIATED St; Louis, 79 Pill G2 ' %'/', Cornell 08, Coluhibin 32 '< i * n Brown fj8, .Ilai-vai-d'os (ot)'* Priiicelon 72 Penn S7 ^ 'JVeit Virginia ilOO, r Furma'h r OO Duke 08, Wdkc Forest 57"" fa Auburn GO, Mississippi '47 > Georgia 70, Ttrtnh'c 03 South Carolina 83, Clerhsori ,'66 Missisippi Stnle 6i, Alabama 0, Cincinnati 85, BradJey 84 '(2(ots) Kansas Stale 59, low State 56 Iowa 80, Michigan Slate d8 Indiana 77, Purdue 69 Northwestern 83, Michigan 78 Kansas 38, Oklahoma State 40 Illinois 77, Wisconsin 51 Marquette 70, Loybla of Chicago Oklahoma 04, Missouri 59 Houston 84, Tulsa 6G Washington 08, UCLA 03 Oregon State 08, Stanford 50 Colorado 57. Nebraska 50 New Mcrico State 70, San Jose (Calif) Slate 50 Wion! 7.3^1 fet^ft rke* 59 Hehderson State Teachers ln\/ita- - Top 10 teams with first place r V Angeles. But Little was. expected to hfiye an announcement today. ^ Little'^ group met ih closed ses- sion'Monday, while marly coaches on jhe sidelines had this general bovment:, t. "I K'sh.J were,.on that commit tee.- I'd tell them How to straighten •HS- ? >d - te ll the m how t 0 straighten •out 'this • two pointf business; . The main sessiofeon the NCAA convention opens Wednesday. The-American 'Assn., of College 'Baseball Coaches concluded its meetings today, topped off by a coach-of-the-year dinner honoring Rod "Dedeaux of Southern Call-' fonia's NCAA champions. MAIL-IN CLASSlFlE The Quick and Ine^erisiye INSTRUCTIONS: Put your Clqssifjed 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. s runs 3 tfyi . . 9bc « 6 dfiys . . I NAME . To Run Clip and MflU M<3n?y j«^«^^.^^^^^^^^^^^ Here s Ho* YdU FigUre H^ T&WI Cost, s 1 Timf tional ' Basketball T°UrnaweHt First Round , Cale 51, Carthage 45 Amity 42, Fountain Lake 39 Gurclbn 47, Liberty Eyiau" (Tex) : 1 ; Aliheirner 5G, Dierks 44 : ; ' Lockesburg 54, MaBelvglo 50 I '< Little RocR Baptist 30, 'Beardcn 24 ' V •<, li I V Stamps 47, DC Queen 42 i: i( ' Norman 54, Hope 50- .•• i "" ' Prescott .38, Lake Hamilton Si Malverri 55, ArkadelpKia "43 Second Round ^] : (Tuesday) Lonokc vs. Mount Ida Mountain Pine vs. Taylor 'Delight vs. Norphlett Stephens vs. Hughes Holly Grove vs. Ouachita ''.'%*' Poyne vs. Spring Hill Bismarck vs. Harmony Grove Sparkman vs. Bryant •'• Rights Lost Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRES! Providence, R. I. _i \vilii e Greene, 156, Providence, stopped Jackson Brown, 160, Boston, 5. Spa Gamblers Two Laws on _ Be Tested LftTLE tiOGK (AP)— Tests o. two stale laws— one concerned with school InlegValloh and the othei with Huntihg and fishing license's —were headed toward the Ai> Kansas Siiprerrie Coun today. Tile anti-integration act was tine bl' the measures pnssod in ih'o 'August special scsslbn of the Ar- kahsas Legislature. It provides !tA withholding of stale funds from public schools closed by the «ovor- nor to avoid integration, Pulaskl Chahcollot- Guy E, Hams upheld the cohstilutlonaljty of the law, thus clearing ihc way for a Slipreme Court appeal. The test case was tiled in the name of Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Fitz- nUgh of Little Rock and named State Education Cornmlsslonoi Al'fch Ford as defendant. _ Circuit Judge J. Mitchell Cockrill cleared the way Cor abpcal of the suit testing the validity of a state law providing Cor issuance of .tree hunting and lishing licenses to Arkansas residents over 05. The action was filed by 11. j. smith, an clevaloi' operator in the State Capitol. He alleged thai ho submitted an aCCidavit that lie was over 65 bill was license. refused a free ..'Last September,'Attorney .Gen Bruce. Bennett issued fin opinion that free Hurilin gaHd fishing licenses, should be issued to persons over 65 as provided in a 1951 law A few clays later Bennett issued another opinion' reversing his view He held 'that the Legislature could not pass act on the subject because licenses were under the direct jurisdiction of the Arkansas amo and Fish Commission. Protest! Assessments LITTLE HOCK (AP)~ An east Arkansas delegation met with Gov Orval E. Faubus yesterday to-pro- fnntBnHnrf n,.,i i J . |J1U asses- Shutdown HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP)-City and county officials huddled her, continued opera- lh n f J" defiallcc . °f a "political shut down order. The two bookmakers defie'd- u Dec. 23 order issued to a selected list ot gambling places and bars ordering them to cease operation's as far as gambling and selling of mixed drinks are concerned," The deadline for the closing "was yesterday. jVijr- ,, The government officials met''in closed session after newly-insHak led Circuit Judge P E ; took note of the defiance'in court. wh H, JlII 7 ' nto session if ,«,- a ,,, 4S who tbouehUhav wore "prlvUlSeel characters" tried to tell his cbupt and other officials what to do afbut gambling. Meeting with Dobbs wore pout B Prosecutor WqUep J e- bert, Municipal Judee M,C, Lewis Jr, end Mayor Floyd Housley After the jneeting-from which newsmen were barred—Dobbs saW he called the session to "got acquainted ' with the law enfprce, mept,, officials and to discuss cq, •ggeralwn amon? them, He riebljii, ed .to; say whether the gambling I situation was discussed Last month. Ellis and Ermey s ai d the orripr to clamp down on certain establishments was issued' at the instruction of Hebert an'd pqbbs. Other pl,? w where ing was permuted, and SSI?J h S?n e i PlVf-.-whlch had ported Ellis' and Pobbs' opponefit? •njast year's elections T ..While only parj mutuel garnbl, S" a - rac S '- 1CH5 isi ]e ^ ln A»i Kansas syijl only package sale o} *»ve. trrdjti^illy fjourisherl 3 wuor js lawful casinos and bar> thlsjesort city, The situation offen .pops up as an jssue in the Hot Springs politics and occgsionaUy m state politics. ;* In another development yester. day, a Hot Springs delegation, a,l pgrently intending to discuss fee alii. situation with Q OV , contended that increased sessment program. Pn^ gr ° UPl heacled b y Oscar Fendler, a Blytheville attorney, contended that increased ases- in*ru-eas where not proper- smcnts broughts about by the law resulted in greatly increased to. property owners millagc rates were tionally reduced. thd ?n o dl ° r . and his .. associa tes told law. should be amended' ^""redirected" to what they called |?s or.gmai objective of the new asses sment equalization Afterwards, Faubus said he find made no commitments to the ""'— "nd that he stil repeal of the Fungal Directors AnibttlaHde Service Btidal Association. FUNERAL HOME Dial-PR 7-2123 „ , 20-tm-c Tfie.schedule of SolUnar Periods, as prirlted beloW.Mias been takeii from John Atden Knight's Solunar Tables. Plan <your days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good' coveri during these tirnesj.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 shb'Wn and last for an hour 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 2:40 8:55 3:40 9:55 Tuesday Wcdnes Thursday:,4; 40..10:55 Friday 5:40 11:50 Saturday 0:35 12:20 Sunday 7:30 1:15 3:05 4:05 10:25 5:05.11:25 0:05 6:55 12:45 7:45 1:35 Negro ,. Bather Hicks Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Far Sail screens, dbors, stortn weather • Stripping,, if)' sulation, roofing,, awnings, gut* teringj, ornamental 4 ra.ilihg, .Free estimates, Andy Andrews) Phone 7-5807. 94f 3 SlvtAl.,t ti-acts of land neai- town suitable for chickeH farms. SO acres Umber lahd two miles out of foreman, Ark. See Ralph Saunders or Phone 7-4601. •19-tf '61 OLDS four door. A-I Condition, New tires, radio and heater. $493 Will arrange financing". Call 72487. <2-tf ONE 14 foot platform scale. W. I. Sfcroud, Washington, Ark. l-otp BY owner, new 5 room home with tile bath. Central heat on shady- lot. Call PR 7-3485. 3-6tc WANT AD All Wonf Ads i.4 , odvonce but 'Jcls will be favef the telephone bnd ,uu>,uinuuu-. ( tion ocebunts allov/od With the- uM- , • defsfandtna the account- is payobl* , ! when, statement is SlOmbef Of >Wofds Up.fo.lS 16 to ?fi Z1 to 45 Jo tb 30 31 to 35c 36 to 40 4] to 45 One Day .45 .60, .75 .90 1.05 1.20 I.,15 46 to 50 I.50 three Days .96 1.20 t.50 I.CO 2,10 2,40 270 300 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3,00 3.50 400450 5.00 Month 4,50 6.00 * 7.50. 90S 10.50" 12.QA.- 131? 15.00 WEi\V To pan gas range, autdmatic washer, deep freeze. Far-mail C tractor with plow, Disc and mow- ef- and all sorts of tools. Roasting chickens and large fryers'. Selling all. Cotnc and see dr call George F. Burkin. Just off of Shover Springs Road. P^hohc 74038. 5-Gtc LOW equity on modern two bedroom House. 403 East .il4thvSt.' 'Shown by appointment. Call 7- 2M5. 5-3tp Notice s Buy - We Sell,- W« R«n| HEAL^ESTATE,,,,, „ R. D. FKAWKL1N COMPAIfT A. P. Deloney, Manager Howard Collier, 8al«im»n Thought for the day The unspoken word never does harm — Kossuth. Calendar Of Events White Rose Chapter No. 416 C-ES m-mect at Davis Chapal M'etho- dist Church Tuesday, Jan. 6th at 7 p.m. All members are asked to be present. T-h'e Verger Band Mother's Club will hold its regular meeting Wcd- icsday, Jan. 7, at 7:30 p.m./ in the 'band, building. All members are urged to attend. f srnent law. Under the law quired ' reasses were smems t S «. •sments up to 18 per cent nf m->i.'i-»t value duri ' and U p 0 cent by the end of l<) 5 9 or face a fundHH'- tunds due them. in rW included Eugene Freeman and H. H Howard of Mississippi ' oTth Cra i nt01 Wilson ' a of the Arkansas Highway Commission; Jack Rich, a West Memphis businessman; Joff Roland *• Paragould, a member of the State nhfTf Commission, and Harold Ohlendorf of Osqeola, president of the Arkansas Farm Bureau Fed, .Good Citizenship Club Meets . The Good Citizenship Club of Shover Street (Elementary School met; for the December meeting with the.'.president presiding, Dc- votipn was by'Herbert Phillips and Christmas Carols were sung. A /brie/ business session was held after which gifts were exchanged. A panel discussion was held on the subjects "School and Good Citizenship;" "Good Citizenship in Pracldce," .'Carolyn Hopson and Robbie'Davis rendered piano solos. ,. The ^Christmas 'party was held Dec. 20. Obituary Notice Funeral services for William Edwards will toe held Wednesday, Jan, 7, at 1:30 -p.m. at Mt. MoV- rlah Baptist .Church oi] Blevi'js Highway with' Hicks Funeral Home in charge, Mrs, Josephine iMdriso'ri died at ner home Sunday night, Jan. 4, Funeral services will be 'announced toy Hicks Funeral Home. eration. Severelold MuchofU., By ThlE ASSOCIATE PRESS ^ Winter's most severe cold wive »ed the Eastern |,al| o "the nation today but some relief "from he ie blasts At the isanie time, stormy egther diminished In the fat West where strong winds, rain and fnpw swept through • the p ( Stages southward to Southern f 9rni3 Monday. The season's coldest weather, in William S. Williamson, of Cleveland, Ohio, formerly of Washing, toft, Ark. died in .Cleveland, Jan. rl, The body will too -shipped to Hicks Funeral Home for burial. 'Anangements are incomplete and •will be announced, '" JtfOVINGT Long Distance Call Collect 592. Free EiUmatei, Lower Bates. Heve Van§,— Will Travel PSESCOTT .TRANSFER STORAGE CO. PBESCOTT, ARKANSAS U-tt BARHAM Brothers House Movers, Insured and free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Gale, Arkansas, 21-1 Mo. POSITIVELY no hunting ,on the B. J. Drake estate; Patmos. This land is posted. 3UGtp Wanted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over; Apply at Hope Star Office. (LOCAL aigent to sell the famous White Cross plan issued by Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Leads' furnished. Write P.O. Box '5550 o,r Phono TE 0-9343, "Carhden, Ark. . l^m'o-c Services Offered, LET ug renovat*, yaiir old mat-, tress. We spectalizt in pr«»uri- zed Innersprlng. COBB MATTIlESiS SHOP 712 West tth. Phone 7-8«3 RAI.PH,Montffomery Market, cu»' torn slaughtering, We havi'mei't for your deep freeze, 8e«*ug.ber fore, buying. ; CLASSIFIED DISPLAY \ tlrrie ;., ...,.„, SOe per Inch 3 times .,.( ,.. 65c per Inth 6 timss ...,..i.»,t,t,.,ii».,.' 55c per Inch , Rates quoted above/ore for con t iecutlve Insertions. Irregular or skip dafe ods will take the one-day rats'., , ( All ddily Classified aclvertfslng copy will be accepted until 5 p.m, for publication tho, following day. ^ •> ' . The publisher 'reserves the right 'ta revise or edit all advertisements o|^ fe'red for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising sub- milted., _ ,, - ( Initials of ; one or, more letters, , > groups of fiadrps, such as hodse or feleohono numbers count a-s one word. f -The Hope 4 Star ?will not be s respori; slble, for, error's,jn Want,_Ads,unless errors are called to our attention offer .FIRST Iri'ert.ion of ad and -then , for ONLY the' ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE; PROSPECT 7-3431 Star of Hope 1899;,. PreV I9ZT Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every' Weekday afternoon by STAR-PUBUSHiNG CO. Mrs. C., E. Palmer/ President „ Alex., H.'jWasjiBurrj, Secy-Tret, ot The.,Star 6'uil'dirig . fl^SbuthiWalnut Street" Hope,, Arkansas (J. A(ex, H. Wasriburn, Editor & Publisher' Poiil, H. v Jones,. M'onnging Editor Dohal_ Porker, .A'dvcrtislng Mgr., George W. Hosnier, Me'ch. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office oti Hope, Arkonsaf, under the .Act of March 3, 1897. Memiier-of ,the. Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Ratss (payable In advan:^) (J f B'y carrier^ in Hope ond nelghbjrlnfl .j \ .* , towns • — ' ,' Per. week ..., ......................... S t .30 Per .year ............................... !56d s By ,mall-vln Herripstead, Nev'octa; LaFayotte, i Howard ahd Miller Co'uri"- tjes — - , One .month, . .......................... % .83 1.8J ... 3.30 ., .......... . ...... 6.50 u Six months One year I, other Trial! — . SljT mpnjhi One year 3.J.9 ,7.80 1S.60 SINGER .SEWING MACHINE' CO' Sales an'd .Ser.vice, 513 East.3rd L. E.-Booth', Phone PB 7-58695,-„, • S-ll-tJ .OOD bargains, Buy, sell,', trade or refinish. your, furniture 'at roy shop. Paul Dudfiey, Washington, Arkansas. 23-1-m-e Hit') Advertislna 'Repreiehtativei: Arkansas Dailies, ![<«,, 1602 Sterlr'lc Bldq. ^emphis 2, Tmn.; 505 ^TSxas Bank-Bldg., Dallas-}.', texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42n,d St., New York J7, N. Y,; 1763 PenobVcoT Bldg., Det-s't 2, Michl; Terminal Bldg., OkU/ioma City 2, Okla. Member of The Awnctated Priu: The Associated Press, is entitled exclusively ^to the use for republicotlon of all trje local news.printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. i Funeral services for Eddie (BJs) Royal will be held at 11 a, m, Wed* pesday nt Hicks Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Cave Hill. POWER Saw man for removal of trees, stumps and etc, For free estimate call 7-4052, 30-1-mo-c Help Wanted Negroes File Suit to Use Memphis Park MEMPHIS (AP) — A federal pourt suit WBS filed ye&terday saeH- }ng use by pjugrpes qf sjl Memphis parks, the miihiQlpai ?PQ 'and regreationa) facilities on an he wake of snow and strong vae's an won-Jost records through Saturday, Jan. 3 jp parentheses (points on a 10-9-8' basisJ: 1. Kentucky (81) nj-O) 2. No. Caroling State 30) . . (?1 ,, State 0) 6. Auburn 4 (8-fl) 2..eincinaati- (4) (6-?) 8^ Northwestern 1) (89, Ir^djey § (8-0) St. John's (2) <9-u Tha second ten; west ' Vira'ijSa ifl«. nx;» n ; n _! i «. M\f?S-:*T* \vinds, spread from the Appalach- 8R? to tne Atlantic Coast, if was 9filow zero in sections of the Northeast, The Squ.thland shivered in freeing westhei- as fa r south as northern Flprida. f u S!f i eE W'-TO generally clear from the Rockies to the Atlantic Coast. Thj bitter cold that moved into the -{iockies Jast week and spread across the eastern two thirds of the nation was blamed for at least 44 deaths in U states. Included were victims of ej.posure, auto unrestrleteci basis, The suit wns filed by H, Lockard, CQunsel foy the ^gtio Assn. for the, Advanpemen.!; of Colored People, Jt was filed in \j?- %al| pf .Mrs, Tsrtea.se Matthews, a Negro who Claime4 she was denied access to Under gity one day eauh week is set aside lor Net»>-oeb to y4s.it the goo. Whites are barrpd on that dny. The city a}sq !has parks exclusively for white? ana others exclusively {or Negroes. Three other segregation suits are pending in federal court hej-e- They Wolve Fdmj.gsipa P{ fJegmesTto Memphis SliJte lUhiverlity use of 9« public library facilities and. un-, restrjcted. seating m public bus.es. s ,boys to deliver Arkansas Gazette, 'Must be vz years or older. Contact Jacks News Stand, 5-3to Wonted'to Buy HIGHEST price's . paid fop mink and coon hides, After 7 p,m, call Bob Rq.teljff n ,500 S, Hamilton. Phone PR 7-2?82, 23-12tp •- ** * . t Rent 5 ROOM unfu.rritsh.ed.-h.6use, Phone 7-9974, . 6 Instruction , accidents pn enow cr ipe-sJicked I Pastern areas Monday, tempera- ro,a4s and heart attapks inductd ' U "' es ) by pvef-exerlion while Ehovehnf " ----- ' snow. As the cold air moved into the as mu,ch as 40 tie- in stjm,e septiyns, They skid-.^ to near zero )n the Pcnnsyl- vania mountain district. Jt was still cold during the night Rock. aide to the govenwr the visjtprs did not have an mejjt but talked with Fa«|)us briefly. The aide added thjl did not believe the in noxth central sections The warming trend wo? reported fron\ h,e pacific Coast across the Hookies and Plains ^nd into the Gregtt Lakes regign and lowur - Yajley. jt was e«pei,-U In previous dispulues QVBF a. ing here, Faubus has had a j. T _._, -" attitude. He said it was a lo ( c^ was ,gxp,cetcil to ffi tte ISssttw quarter of, U. S. CIYI^ service tests! Me'n. •women, 18-52. Start high as $95 a week, Preparatory, training until appointed. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary, Free Information on lops, salaries requirements, OPis, Pekin. 67, nii- " 5-3tj? ROACH . HUGHES • i.if« A CMuilty 108 E, Spd. Phone 7-4581 <|l Hope, Ark, Taylor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP ^ FOREIGN 816 8. Hazel Phone 7-4022 Jay|or • John'SIU Jordan WANTED TO BUY Pine PMlpvvooo by Truck Co*<| Cut In Woods or othervylte, HIHDRIX PR 7^4321 16th 4 Louisiana, Hope, Ark. MATTRISSI5 RtNHt P'Mfdi Into lpn*r. OM B§y OAYII * Matfffii C«, mm ph», For R«int trailers. Byers Vlpe. C.alJ Bay 5 ROOM house, 301 JJ- Ferguson _Sti-eet. Call 7-3578, 3 ROOM' apartment. ^ gparlment." f 3791. Middlabrooks Grocery, 7- 3-3tp |jmo[eJft!(B^antfd 2 WAITRESSES. Apply"7t HJa- mond Cafe. PR 7-34?0. st<H-.tb| -will, bring you fc*cellent territory op«n_ i Cer Accessary. Wflio Avon, §77 ^ Fyntral Hemi is PR 7^5570 ond HAULING Ah® PASKINS

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