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' T/ ,^;; By DON WEISS l"|A'ssoclated Press ( Sports Writer \\The load's considerably lighldr ,today for Adolph Rlipp, the Ken- y -titcky basketball bnr6n \vlio onco ^i 3<aif1 ",i winning streak gets kincta" • .'heavy to carry aroundi" ' , t Vanderbilt's Commodores ons'cd • , r the btirden Tuesday night, stint' teriiig top-ranked Kentucky's 1(1' game string of victories wiih a ", -75-66 decision that must rank aft the top upset of the colleae bas- 1 ketball season thus far. , Only .5-5 before, the game wl'h the-team judged the nation's best, 1 the ..Commodores reeled off a 21-4 ; spiirt,midway in the first hnlC and , . stayed comfortable ahead througfi ,• out. ."' " Jim Henry's 29 points and 3?, • - fouls called on Kentucky were the , big factors in the Wildcats' first .' loss since another Southeastern M Conference team, Auburn, sa.nr.i- -• -bagged Rupp & Co. by a single "' -point, '64-63 last Feb. 24. ,~-j. Kentucky reeled off five straight 4 ^victories to close out last season •,'^as.NCA'A champions.and has tack• ( .ed on 11-in a row this season. '•„ ,*; North v Carolina 'State, No. 2 in, -", • the .weekly Associated Press Poll •"»and",the only -other rated team in ''.faction last night, had a scare but 'survived — overcoming pesky Vir, vginia' 73-68 in an Atlantic Cnasr > ^'Conference match. Virginia', which £• upset-West Virginia last month for. ";fone of its two victories in 11 starts, *'?led the powerful "Wolfpack 52-51 • Awith-njne minutes-left, but State. .pulled,it out behind the clutch' . -'shooting of Lou Pucillo and B6b s MacGillivray. , Scattered conference play and-a 'handful of neighborhood matches , ^rounded out the Tuesday program. , j _ Rice's Gary Griffin whipped in 'jfive points in the last 12 seconds 1 to break a tie and upset Texas "A&M 70-75, throwing 'the South" f west Conference race Into a tizzy. f;), 1 ,' Bobby Jones v 38 points led « Southern Methodist over Texas ,$3-55 and Texas Tech rallied to . \edge Baylor 68-65 in other SWC , ••^'Dartmouth, with . George Ram- Coining petting 20 points, opened-its '*~""Ivy'League campaign-wjth-a 52-51 Hope Girls Go Down in Defeat Emmet ,Conch Gordon <Beasley's Senior 1 ' girls traveled to dmrnel last night and lost 29 to 57. High pointer for Hope was Judy Rateliff with 18 poin.ts, (Lorene Thies was high pointer for''Emmet' with ll .points, Hope will go to Saratoga Friday night. Athletic Club at Guernsey Plans Benefit •Guernsey (Athletic Club Will spon sor a "sock" supper Friday night at 7:30, it was announced by Supt. Arthur Gl-ay Jr. (Proceeds will go toward puchase of unifoms for the senior basketball teams. All girls and women of the community will pack a picnic lunch in a new ^pair of men's socks. Each sock will be auctioned off by Sonny 'Roberts and will ibc sold to the highest bidder who shares thp lunch with the person who pa'cks it., ; Everyone is invited. Buses-will make their regular runs. ' '.' yqueaker over Yale. ' In the Southern Conference, Vi ginia 'Tech rode" a 34-point per-, lormance by, s o p h o m 9 r c Bob Ayersman -to an ' 86-R1 decision over George Washington, and Richmond topped The Citadel 69-62. ' Connecticut, 1 triggered'' by Jack. Rose's 20' points, won its seventh straight for a 10-1 record, 73-58' over Yankee Conference ,foe Maine. Al Butler, the sophomore j limping-jack, flipped in 22 point? as Niagara bounced Syracuse 70-55 despite a 24-point burst by tlie Orange's Jon Cincebox. And well- thrashed :Notre Darrie lost another, plowing a 19-point lead to drop its eighth, this one. 62-60 to Indiana rival Butler. ' Xavier of Ohio, clobbered favorite in the -All-Collage holiday tournament last week; bounced back with an 85-79 triumph over Miami of Ohio as Joe 1 Viviano hit 35 points. •.V ALL 6 VOLT STARTERS AND GENERATORS - REBUILT ^ $4.95 EXC. • All Parts For Cors And Trucks • All Size .Full Cap Tires, Also New And Used Tires? ie t';fyHwy.67We$t |&,jf ,( ' ' & Salvage Co. Hope, Ark. .Y. Phone 7-2784 *• MAIUN CLASSIFIED. APlffRDER The Quick and Inexpensive Way To Do Business JNSTRUCTIQN5: Put your Clpssifiid^d .Words in Squares gejoyv ,' -, v one word 1 to-the sqyare. Put the,numberof days' you' v/afit ^ your Ad to run in s t quare"at bottom. Then"' 4 fi9ure'yo'ur s c6st,- : EXAMPLE: 15 words runs 3 dqys ,. 90c — 6 days.,,, 1.50 BOX NO Clip M Mqi! Bobby Boyd Fights Holly Mims Tonight By CHAMBferlLAfN CHICAGO (At*) - Bobby , trying to regain. Ihc form Ihnl iniulo him llie'Ko. 1 middleweight eohleH'dei' \t\ 1050,' Is a 7-S chole-s tonlgh'l ngahSt Veter'atl trolly Mlms, ( -. , " Thc',10tfo()Hc|df .in ,dhlcnfeo Stadium will lie IcTevlsed and scovtid under the ,five«jioltlt rnust system! Boyd, B lanky. SSfl-y car-old Chi- Cngonn who licked the lop of the middleweight ci-dp then sklctdert out of, the I'attkings, counler- punched his Way to Victory oVer the crafty Mirrtg in Chicago Stadium In 1050. Mim's, 30, battled him to a draw in Miami Bdac'h n year ago. ' The ' Washington, t>,C., battlfer went on in 1958 to score a sui- pt-ising upset of highly-rated Spider \Vebb, ' lick Sammy Walker and' stop' Johnny •Cuhnlnghom. He now is ranked'' I^o. ' 7 by the National Boxing Assn. and No, 4 by Ring Magazine-. .The odds .favoring Boycl are banked on his renewed desire, an ingredient thpt evidently htul been lacking at times -In his unpredictable ring ventures. Boyd's defensive lapses hnve cost him six defeats ; by 'knockoutr.. But he has nailed 23 opponents in winning 61 bouts. He has dropped six derl- sipns. qrtd fqlight-to three draws Thirigs Rough for Rookie * » 'By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS • "Those college* bftsktUSall'flpaches who. have been bleating about the influence of- th'e dffensive-minded professionals on their players, should have been at New York's Madison Square Garden Tuesday night -to watch Cliff Hagan of St. Louis, •Hagan was given the job of guarding- the Minneapolis Lakers' phenomenal rookie Elgin Baylor m the first game of a National Basketball Assn. doubleheader. Hagan held Baylor to 12. points. half, his average, and scored- 21 himself as the Hawks defeated Minneapolis 112-5. New York's Knicks 'skimmed by the floundering Syracuse Nats 118-108 in the, second game, played under protest by v both coaches. •' ' " -Ir." a • Philadelphia doubleheader, the' Boston Celts rolled over Cincinnati 10-5 and Detroit's Phil Jordon -scored a- lay-up in the last 21 ^seconds to defeat Philadelphia 107-105: v . It", was a one-two job for the Hawks, with Hagan's defense complementing Bob Petit's 38-point performance and 35 rebound^ Both were Garden records this season. n Nats Coach Paul Seymour and the -Knicks' Fuzzy Levane both protested officials' of the opposing club's sittin, ' n 1 1 ' club's sitting, ' .bepch.es, ; the teams 1 Ho. if PHQKE CgsK , ...... Here's How You Figure Your Total Cost.,. I Timi STiwts. 4 ITiiws ©nf Monti?'* 1 >^m ^4,p, im 4.§Q $.QQ 7-50 ?.QS tail l|.«Q JI4S Ifi-QQ SAon after the Mormons settled in Utah, a host of.gra'ss- j hoppers suddenly a^jpeared, settling on their nuwly planted crops and threatening to ,de' stroy them. Just as4hc-far,m- ers had given up hope of saving, anything, a flock of sea , gu 11 s r appeared and ate all the .grasshoppers. The Mormqns have set, up a tall columlh', ' topped' with the statue 'of, a g.ulL)as a memorial,. ' . " Encyelnpoilla ) It-Harm lea 1 -ARBITRATOR'— World Bank President Eugene ,,Blacl!:,,;ab,pve, is' negotiating in Cairo t or- a settlement of- Anglo-Egyptian •financial disputes. Situation ,arose after'.the Suez,campaign • of i!956. ' -,',.«• WORRIES,—Na'tionalfst* Chinese : V. i c e President • Chen Cheng, r above, thinks General- ^issirno 'Chiang Kai-shek's decision to step down as president may hurt the nation's ."struggle against communism! Chen is regarded as Chiang's most probable' successor. _^_ ,?s;7^">r.imS^ •e stdir Classified Ads ••• ^ ' * * "^ j ' * ~ e " * •* ^ t i c .-i i| ( I* * -^" * if i it J > &' ^'5$^ rj '.$*' ^_t r ADS MUST fit lN',OFFiCE'^t r 8il?dR6 fdlliCATION _— *|HONI ( 7^jl ^fc AD.TAk«V,;' Basketball NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSN. BV THE; ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday Results Now York 110, Syracuse 10d Boston 109, Cincinati, 95 St. Louis 112, Minneapolis i)!i Detroit 107, Philadelphia 105 Wednesday Schedule Ne York-Boston , at Sy/acilftc Philadelphia at Syracuse SI. Lnuis-JVIinneapbli^ at HpUs- lon U,. Thursday ScKoOulc Syracuse at Cincinnati f St. Louis-Minneapolis at Dallas BASKETBALL SCORES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE Texas Tech GO, Baylor 65 Rice 70, Texas A&M G5 Southern Muthodisl 73, Texas 88 Oklahoma Military Academy 74, John Brown 57 Diltnrd 69, Philander Smith 55 East Texas Bnptisl 60, Ouachita 62 HIGH SCHOOL Fort Smith 42, North Little Rock 27 » | *fFf Little Rock Catholic 46, Mabclvalu* 39 3 Henderson Invitational At Arkadelp'hia Mount Ida 50, Lonoko 39 Mountain Pine 63,-Taylor 41 Delight 54, Norphlct 22 Stephens 37, Hughes 34 Ouachita 58, Holly Grove 37 Spring Hill .50, . Poyen 41 Bismarck 37, Caniclen Harmony Sparkinan 51. Bryant 33 ASTC Invitational At Conway Searcy 7G, Leslie-'58 Bruno 40. Cp^way St. Joseph 25 Yellville 50, Perryvillo 33 Morrilton 56, Greenbrit-i- 52 Plumerville 60, Cabot 40 Clinton r>7, Batesville 41 Arkansas Tech Tourney A.t Russellville Ho.\-ie 59, Pyeatt 58 Jessieville 56, Bergman 55 Scranton 71, Booneville 28 Eureka Springs 66, Dover 64 COLLEGE BASKETBALL ,By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS •Niagara 70, Syracuse 55 Connecticut 73, Maine 58 Dartmouth 52, Yale 31 Mass 7.1; American Inll 51 Vanderbilt 75, Kentucky 66 N.C. State 73, Virginia 68 Virginia. Tech 86, George Washington 81 Richmond 69. The Citadel 62 Butler 62, Notre Dame 60 Xavier (Ohio) 85, Miami (Ohio) 79 Washington (St. Louis I 69 '.Wayne Mich) 44 Rice 70, Texas A&M fin Texas Tech 68, Baylor 05 Southern Methodist 73, Texas 55 Four Perish in Home for Aqed in W. Virginia IMARTINSBURG, 'W. Va, (AP)— Four persons wore burned to death in 3 firo that swept throuah the 1 interior of a nursiiiK home egrly today. Five others were rescued by firemen, •Dead, were Mrs. Velma Stroop Smith, about 40. operator of the home: Mrs. Minnie Pence, formerly of New Ma»kot, VH.. and Mrs, Smith's aunt; Mrs Vireinia Blako, who moved into the home recently from a small hoUU here, and Frank Bowers, 82 and blind. ' Bowers died several hours later of first and second decree burns in a Martinsbiirs; hnsnital. In fair condition with burns wero Uimei' Sc-holl, 90, »nd Mrs. Isa- 'bel Wheeler, G8. Mrs, Thelma Smith's husband, nifford, was bnsujtalixecl for shock. Two other patients, William G. Harden, blind, and Mrs, Annie Griffith, 65, did not require hospi- taluation. Smith told flromen he and his wife smelled smoke SOITIP time ho- fore they sounrlprl nn alarm, feut no fire was evirlent (hen. .Firemen, battling the big™ in 6- degree temperature, said the fire apparently stai-torl i n the^ basp- Tnent, worked slowly \ip between the wqjls and suddenly ejtplptiecl jntp flames The intorlnp of ihra 10-roqm dwellin". formerly a resi- dpnpp. \irns bnrllv rUimnied. T' 10 outside showed few marks of the fire. The structure had been used as a nursing home fpr ab,out 10 years. Funeral Directors Ambulance Service , Burial Association • OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME Did PR 7-2123 • , . . 204m>e The schedule'of Soiun&r periods, as printed below, has been taken from John Alderi Knight's Solunar Tables. Plan you'r 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 ID boldfade type.' These begin st the time's shown 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 .3:40 9;55 4:05 10:25 5:05 11:25 8;05 Wcdnes Thursday 4:40 10:55 Friday 5:40 11:50 Saturday 6:35 12:20 Sunday 7,:30 1:15 0:55:12:45 7:45 1:35 The Negro Community Either Hicks Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day If you Wish to please .people, you must 'begin by understanding them — Charles Readc. Calendar Of Events The Yerger Band Mother's Club Will-hold its regular meeting Wednesday, Jan. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the 'band building. All members are. urged to attend. Union Meeting Has Anniversary Six years ..ago,'iDec. 28,'the late Rev. Miles Wilson, pastor of New Bethel Baptist Church organized h "Union 'Meeting" of churches. As a tri'bute to-his memory, the members o'f these churches have hel,d this meeting each year. On Dec. 28 the meeting was held at Turner Chapel - Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, with Rev. A. Liggins, pastor, delivering the message, On Dec. 29 at 'New Bethel Baptist, with Rev. Martin of Lewisville, delivering the sermon. On Dec. 30 at Haynes Chapel Baptist with 'Rev. Dempsey, pastor, delivering .the sermon. On Dec. 3! at Mt. Pleasant 'CMOS Church, Two Mile Branch Community, with the pastor, Rev, A. Jones giving the message. All services were well attended, Rev, A. (Liggins and Sister Ruth Turner, program committee. From McNab Howard •M'uldrqw has returned to his home in Dallas after having spent a week with his .parents Mr, and iMrs, Davis Muldi'ow. Mrs, 'Parthenia Bowels and 'Mrs, Ethel Staggers were .guests of Mrs, Beatrice Muldrow on Thursday. Marcelous, Stuart and John Hendrix were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Davis Muldrow. 'Miss Allie Smith has returned from Kansas City where she spent the holidays with her sister,' Hew Warren to Employ 100 WARRE'N, Ark. (AP)— A new Riant employing W person? wi!) be located j n Barren, it was. announced ycyterdsy- The facility w i ", j a,ssembla machines for dispensing (railing Stamps, iw< 'M, -\Y, Nunn of WHe Rock, 911 official of Physicians and QenOsts In.y,e$tn}eni po., said the company is the Stamp-0-M?4ic Corp.,, 3 sub" sidUry of the investment firm. The Hev. Frank Springer, president of thp SJierjapn GJi^n^cr ^ £flmmerce, s«i4 Saturday that Siamp^O-Matic would locate its piant at Sheridan i{ $23,000 wpjrth o| stpjcte could be sojd. Munn s^icj yesterday the aft«r oyertyrcs to jcillzwi s?ii4 tie was JM Warren Keystone Uodge NO, 43 Entertained By OES iBeBee Chapter No, 4,12 OES Prince Hall affiliate, entertained members' of Keystone Lodge No. 43, F&A.M. with a dinner at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Cratqn SJp'ps The home was decorated in the holiday theme wijh the dining table povej-ed with Japanese jinen, bearing the colors of the Astern Star, A delicous dinner was served, to those, present, After dinner pictures were tal?-. en p| the group. For Soli iser'eens. doors, stdrm windows,, wdatligt; * ,sjrlppltig,virt»' sulatioh,' footing,. .aWiiingS, glittering, ornamental tailing. "F,?ee estimates.'An'dy AhdreWs, Phone 7-5867. ' ' i 9-tf 3 SMALL\tracts of latid^neal- town suitable for chicken farms", ,80 acres timber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark. See Ralph Saunders or Phone 7-4001, 19-tf 51 OLDS four door, A-l Condition. New tires,' radio and 'heater, 1^495 Will .arrange financing, Call"- 72487. . 2-tf ONE 14 foot 'plfl'lform scale. W. I, Stroud, Washington, Ark. UOtp BY owner, new 5 room home with tile bath. Central heat on shady lot, Call PR 7-3485. 3-6tc NEW Tapatl gas range, automatic washer, deep freeze. ,Fafmall C tractor With plow, Disc and mower ,and all sorts of tools. Roasting ch!cke"ns" and large, fryers. Selling all. Come and see or call' George 'IF. 'Burk'ih. 'Jlisl'off c of Shover Springs Road. Phone>7-' 4038. , . ,. 5-6tc LOW equity on modern two bed- t room house. 403'"East l4th''St. 1 Shown by appoinlme'nt. Call-'7-' 2145. ' ','5-3lp 2 FRAME store buildings. 30x100.; See 'Roy Foster at Blevins. ' • • 7-6tp' Notice E Buy - W« Sell - W« Rnt REAL ESTATE «. D. FRANKLIN COMPAITT, A. P. Deloney, Manager Howard'Collier,' Salesman. • iCOVINGT Long Distance Call Collect 593. Free Estimates, Low«r ' Rates. Have Vana — Will Traviil • PBESCOTT, STORAGE CO. PRESCOTT. ARKAK8A1 18-tt BARHAM .Brothers ' Hous.e .l^Iov- efs. 'insured and 'free' estimate.' Write " Barham Brothers ' Gale, Arkansas'. ' > . " . 21-1'.Mo. Wanted Hope-Star route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office. , LOOAL a.gent -to sell the famous Wnite Cross plan issued by Bankf. ors^LiCe and Casualty Co.,Leads' furnished. Write P,0. Box 5550 otv Phone TE 6-9343, Camden,*: Ark. - , •• 1-mo-c Services Offered LET us renov«t« yeur old 'mattress. ,We specialln In ned tnnersprihg. •••"••• COBB MATTRESS SHOP 713 West 4th. Phone 7-9M RALPH Montgomery Market, cua- tom''glaugMerkig, W* have; matt for your <leep fr«eze. Sec ui before buyln'g, ' ' 3INGEJB' SEWING,.MACHINE CO. Sale's-and,-Service, 513 Easl 3rd. L, E. 1 Booth, .Phone PR 7-8695, GOOD' bargains, Buy, sell, trade or refinish your furniture,at-,my shop, Paul Diidney,' Washington, Arkansas, ' " " '?3-l-'m-c POWER Saw man for removal of trees, stumps and etc, For' free estimate call 7-4052, Help Wanted PABER boys to deliver'Arkansas Gazette. Must be 12, .yegps .'-pr older, Contact Jacks News Stand, , Bqbbjg Jegn Simpson and. 'Alma Jegn have retyrne4'tP lock- ford., 111., after spending the hPli* days vyitlj relstiv?s in Hope, WaWo and Rosston, U. S. Civm< service tests! women, 18-5?, Start high $s week. Pfeparatory .tyajning appoinited. Thousands of jobs ppen,, Experience usually unnecessary, Free information'Pn, jpfes, sglgries .. Write' peHin 67, J1U' • 5-3tp' . Mr. and JVJvs. Ravid Evans of Pmmet had as theii- holiday guests their sons, ke-wis atx4 James' WU- Jje gygps o| .RQcKjty-d,. J}J. Qn Jan. 1, Air. iiifj Mrs. Syaos entertained their sons and their guests, 'Mis? '£yev l^ee. Fqrd .and, i^is? Bettye MeeHs, ,v,'it>l dinner. Jr., Jvjs, to his home in 'Pine Bluff alter the hQlidays with, hlis. gi'an4 parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bernico . Cervices for Rey. J, L. : Jan. 9 at 2 p.iyi. J,n the Q'Jmrph at Guidon in She rifh Open T\vo Convention My. ,, here 1,omorvi..\y 5 BOOM unfurnished bouse.''"j»hpne 7-9974. Instruction Per fraflors. gyerT a'ujf "" Sir» Call Pay or Night- 5 ROOM furnished house. Ave. p. Contact C. 4- Rt. 2, Emmet or Bonnie G,r§ham at ISHU's W, AYS. B-- ' ^te Female Htlp Wanted 2 WAITRESSES, mond Cafe. PR 3.0rt| ..-,-.. .. „ need, money- 'JQ ster the budget? a hoviyP a win faring you a go^4 ExcelJpnt;terrJioi'y ajspn, ( ^ Car necessary. Wl'ttg A you* 377 H,o.t ^Pi'ings, 4rt$. 5-Ctp Wanted to Bu¥ pea5; of Sued Siore, ftoy. Uwisvy. ta ftt W,UJs ft Wi? "WANT AD.RATES ') Ail Want Ads Sre &oyab'6 in advance but ids Will < bd accented flVef the ,felophon« and ac<omoda' tlon accbuhts' alloWe'd with' the Im* . - distending' fhs 'aecount is payabl* • when statement U fendef^d. 'v i Numbef £)f Wofds Up, fa .15 U td 20, 21 to 25 24 to SO" 31 to 35. 36 to 40 41 to 45 4t .to 50 Ons bay ',.45. .60, .7$ .96 1.05^ t.20 . 1.35 1 50 Three 5oys .90 1.50 ,1 50 1.PO 2,10 2.40 270 3,00 Six Days I.SO ?.00 2.SO 3.00 3.50 4,00 450 5.00 On* Mortth 4.50 6.00 7.50 •ID.™ 12.00 13.5015,00 • CLASSIFIED 'DISPLAY ' 1'tlrr)e; ',,,.., ftOt bel Inch 'SMlmes •'.,..;...,;... f.,, r 65c tier inch 6 times, i 55c f>ef (rich ftotes quoted, above are for coni secutlve..Insertions. 'Irregular or skic date ads- will take'the one'-dby rate> All daily classified advertising copy • will be <aceepted", untlj 5. p.m.' fow publication '*Ho follflwlng day. - " 1^ The publisher re*ervei the right to *•( revlie^or edit all i advestlsements .of i 'fered ^for publication and to rejecfi any objectionable advertising sub-< '- mltted.i . . Initials of orte .or rnere letters, 1 groups of fiouros, uirh a? house or teleoKone numbers cnurit as one word, ^Trie-Hope Star will'not be responsible for errors in Want .Ads unless errors arc, cqlled»td.' pur, ottention after FIRST In^rtion of ad and Mien for. ONLY'the.ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT*7-343 ",'>!.,; i £ L * , Hope Star t Star* of.'Hope 1899; Presi 1927 Consolidated January 18, 192f ' Published every Weekday afternoon by % . STAR PUBLISHING COr ' ' Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President , Alex. H. 'Washburn, Secy-Trei, at The Star Building,' lj%' •• 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing, Editor > Dona) Porker, .Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmer, - Mech. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office, at Hope, ArkaniM, under, the Act of March 3, 1897. Member., of the Audit Bureau of. ;, / , i Circulation! Subscription Rotss (payable in By cqrrler In, Hope and neighboring , > .- towns •— ', Per week S .30 .Per'year« IJtO By moll In Hempstead, Nevoda^ UoFayette," Howard and MI'ler Counties — One month 9 .15 Three monthi , 1.8S Six months 3.50 One voor ' All 'other mall — ' One month ,.,.V. , 1.30 Three months , „. 3,99 Sin , months' ., , ,., 7.80 One year 15.60 Nat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansqs Dailies, Inc.,''602 Sterlrk > Bldg,, Memphis 2. Term.; 505^Texos Bqnk Bldg., DalltSs t 1 . Texas; 360 N Mlchiaan Ave,, Chicarjo 1, III.; 60 E, 42nd St., NPW York 17, N Y,; 1763, Penpbscot Blrlg., De'-3't ?., Mich,;/* Termlngl .pldg,, Oklu'tomo City 2,V Okla. Member of The A»M<late4 frew: The Associated Press Is entitled 'exclusively to the use' for republlcdtion of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP.news dispotcnes. 'J ROACH , HUGHES INSURANCE , AMto • F|re • Life A Ci«u«lt> ( J .]ok B.-8rV Phone 7-4BI1 ' "-••'• • Hope, Ark. Taylor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS — " "* s ' " > 816 ?, Ha?e| . Phone 7^028 _, Orvjlle Taylor f John eill'Jord»r.l; WANTIP TO BUY i . «• i . . Pine Pulpwopp by Truck HAROLD HENDRIX Hop?, Ark, MATTRISSIS Ut KL:Mt4« i, WirH O 9.f!f Biy ttrvlft OAVI5 it M0ttr«H Ct, 11? 19, Itm Ph9, 74HI Herndon^Cprneliuj Fyn«rql Homt <md lurlal Ambulonct St rvict Two^Wgy Rgdio,. Q»ygin t Air Phoni PR 7«5§7Q LOCAi, MOVING ond HAULING , Alw PACKING iCRATINS itt jj MAY DUt»JJ«« H9 »-Wss. "Kwr,.

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