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"By DON WEISS Asoclated Press Spirts Writer '-" Basketball NATI6NAL SASKSTSALL By "THE" ASSbclAtEB ' scraptnp "hway with blunted claws the ln«t '• cktpie of basketball seasons, scorn "tct^haye hmierl up n dandy Ihij! .Urne aVotthd with n coach's droarh .pirtay of height and spopd. • The Wildcats, one of foil! 1 tin- beatens left in the nation's major ^' school ranks after Wednesday night's 9Q-85 whipping of Muhlon- bers, have rolled over cinht 'straight opponents with a v''snU<: starting lineup ' that scales down by stages from 6-3 to 5-9. The .schedule hasn't boon overpowering " although Villanova's victims in- elude the likes of Penn, Duke, ''Temple and Siena. It's more tho ^ r case with which thcy^vo whipped ..'.(hrptjgh it, averaging a 21-poinl winning margin. , ' Boston U. downed Springfield. ' 80-55. but Sf. Francis fPa.) was -•- toppled frorr) the unboatcns after ; bnggins seven straight, C7-78 bv """youngslown. ' y j.'tn other action Maryland .clamped down 'Duke in an Atlantic •'• Cocst Qonference test. 64-33. Kent , &f,ate wrapped up Toledo 58-29 in ( f^Mid-American Conference game i, and Oglethorpe dropped a 75-1)5 'blanket on West Georgia. ,„ CTexas, Christian took over the „ ^Soqthwest Conference leadership « with j a "2-fl record with a 52-45 vie- '.'tqvy, "over Arkansas, and burly '.tTJtah, "p_ bunch. of 200-poundcrs < .plus, nipped Montana 71-69 in Sky-line-. Conference play. , —'Spring Hill, 80-73' over Murray ' CKyl, and Centenary, a 87-64 ua- ' set" winner over favored Tennessee f - Tech, reached the final of the sen- '' iqr Bowl tournament at M and play for the title tonight. ^Oklahoma ' City. 13th ranked ''the weekly AP poll, boasted its , record to 9-1 by hitting half iU shots in a 90-03 thumping of West ' Texas State, and injured Terry , Bockhorn came off the bciich to ^ trigger sputtering Dajton to a 57r -4J decision over Duquesne. scoring points when the Dukes threal Blemker's 20 points led Wednesday Results;* , Boston 109, New York 1& Syracuse 111, Philadelphia 69 St.' Louis 89, Minneapolis 78 Thursday Schedule >Syrr.cuso at Cincinnati SI Loiils-Mtnhcmjolls nt Dallas 'Friday Schedule i SI. Lotjis-Cincinnati at Detroit Boston fit 'Detroit COLLEGE BASKETBALL Maryland 64, Oukc 33 Texas Christian (!2, Arkansas 43 Villanova 99, Miihlcnberf! 83 Temple 86. Pitt 73 LaSallr 70. Bucknell'Gf! foU Army 80. Colgate 61 Holy Cross 102, Rhode Island, G2 Navy 50. Gettysburg 42 Georgia Tech GO, dleqrgta G2 Basketball Scores College Texas Christian 52, Arkansas 45 Louisiana Tech 83, Arkansas Tech 45 Arkansas College 62. Arkansas State JC 60 A"h;insa, .j-UR-N './>', N-'w Orleans Xavier 9R High fchooi Henderson Invitational At Arkadelphia. Emerson 45, Pratsvillo 41 Lnhtsidc 35. Jacksonville' 31 Amity 52. Cale 43 , . Locksbur^ 41, AjUieimor ;29 £jainvirjw 51. Normin 47 Caddo Gap 58, Gurdqn 35 Stamps -52, Little RQck .Baptist 27 Maseru 48, Prescott" 35- . '•, Arkansas Tech. Tourney At Ru'ssellville Harrison 66. Mount Vernon 57 Waldo 65. Valley Springs 57 Marshall 67, Flippin 55 Lincoln 65, Jasper 56 State Teachers Tourney At Conway Heber Springs 48, Conway 46 Bruno 53, Searcy 51 Newport 50, Quitrrian 33 Yellville 42, Morrilton 36 Plummervillc 52, Clinton 49 Newport 56, Heber Springs 39 Georgia Tech over Georgia 66-62 in a game that won't count in the Southeastern Conference. Tempi and La Salle. a pair that have seen better seasons, swept doubleheadei at the Philadelphia Pale'stra.' Temple toppled Pitt' 36 73 and La Salle nipped Bucknel 70-68. y f ' P * ! • 17" PORTABLE TV RATED BEST Of AU T10<* -^ POITABU TV IT U»DIH6 '' INDEPENDENT UBORATORT! • Best in fringe reception, • Best .in picture stability and freedom from snow , . • Built'to take it! Jolt and jai . proof • Powerful, Mooopole antenna Life Time Picture Tube Warranty FburTeams Advance in Emmet Meet Ih the Junior 'Boys tournament t Emmet last night Hope edged Nashville 30 to 26 to slay in the Tiool. Arkadelphia downed Bodcaw 49 14, thus Hope and Arkndelphla vill meet at 9 p.m. tonight in the cmifinals. Blcvins ousted lEmmet 56 to 28 nd Prescott got past Fouko 22 o 14, This put Prescott against 'ouke in the quarterfinals tonight t 7, In the girls tournament tonight rucrftscy and Fouke meet at 0 0' lock while Cale and Kmmet play t 8 p.m. The finals wiH be played Satur- lay night. Hard to Stop the St. Louis ProCagers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Whrri the, St, Louis Hnwks. can vin without much help from Bob Pcttit, what's to" keep them from urthcr padding their handsomo !'/2 game lead in tho Westejrn division o£ the National Basketbai Assn? Wednesday night, P.ettit, who lad been averaging 28.5 points n game, scored only 11. Yet, the iawks rpn away fj'om the M'tn neapolis Laken the fourth quar ter and won 89-78 at Houston. In other games, the Boston Cel Lies increased their Eastern Divi sion lead over New York to -IV games by walloping the Knick 109-78 and the Syracuse National! whipped the Philadelphia Warrior 111-99. This was a doublehcade at Syracuse. Cliff Hagan, with 22 points, wa high for the Hawks. Elgin Baylo topped Minneapolis with 21 Boston's Tom Heinsohn had 2 points. Ken Sears led New Yor! with 16 points. Johnny Kcrr was tho Syracus star, scoring 26 points, Paul Arizin lead the Warriors' with. 22. ADS MUST BE IN OWCI DAY riifORE PUBUCATfON — PHONE'7*3431 > ' I •— T f 4 I *''•'** ' '* * . ARRESTING — It's questionable whether Irene Glachan, 25, Will smile so winnih'gly 'for clients in her new line of. work, The top fashion and photographer's model is first'w°rnan police officer in Hamilton, Canada, National Hockey NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wednesday Results Chicago 4, New York 0 Toronto 3, 'Detroit 1 Thursday Schedule Toronto at Montreal Chicago at Boston Alaska Gets Applause in the House ADMIRAL CLOCK RADIO REGULAR 29.95 Vdlue NOW — $19.95 IINT FIL1Q AUTOMATIC WASHER TRADE * IN For Your Old Waihif! WASHINGTON (A.P)— For the firs^ \\rr\e, it wa.s the Congress (if. the '4 states today. Alaska got a oig rgupd of applause jr\ the Hous,e when it's name was. palled on the roll of ."jtst.es, Members joined jri rec}tirig the Lord's Pra.ypr with. th.e chaplain, the E[ev, Bernard Braskarnp. On the call of the rpll, 43? of the 436 House members resgpnd- ed. The recorded absentees were Daniel -'A, Reed. (RrNY), Elmer .T, Hoffman (R-lll), Dean P. Taylor (R-^Yl, and. Charles M, Teague (D-Calif). As the minority party always f\oes, the Republicans put up their pwr» man for speaker in opposition to Sam Rayburr), Tfyere was the. formality of a'roll call to make Raybhrn/s election official, One o{ the Senate gallery spec, tators was former President Har ry S. Truman. "Truman sat'with Frqnk M c K' n ney, a former Democratic national chairman, and Mrs. Oscar Chapman, wife of the onetime secretary of the interior in the Trumat administration. 'Dr. Frederick Brown Harris Senate chaplain, a,ske4 God's Guidance of the deliberations pf that body. When newly ejected senators Were sworn in, Sen. Stephen M Young (D'Qh(o) was escorted to the rostrum for the oath by Dem opratjc Leader Lyndon B. John Ordinarily, thjf is a courtesj that would have been perform^ by Young's Democratic colleague S^n. -Frank Lauspre. But Yount had said he didn't want Lausche's escort—that Lause})e ftg'4 don npthing to hejp hjm get electejl Lausche wag "smiling and join.ec in the applause ag Ypung walke tq the vice pcesjd.ent's desk UK ^V t'-' - r? EASY PAY STORES §T, Public Ubrery Thefts M0Mnf CONTINUING —Hep. John A. Blatnik (D-Minn.), above, says he'll continue his fight to bar Democratic parly recognition to Rep.-elect Dale Alford of- Arkansas. This, despite Speaker Sam Rayburn's warning .that" it would be a "major operation;" IGY Checked the Earth . Physically By AliTON BLAESLEE Associated Press Science Writer KBW YORK (AP)— IC-Y brought the greatehysical checkup In all .history. The patient—our planet earth, For 18 months, scientists probed and poked at the earth with diagnostic instruments ranging from thermometers to orbiting satellites. They found high altitude titanic: winds of 20ft to 300 miles an houii and places where the eprth's slcin or crust is only 2'<2 mi]es thick, They charted great rivors of electricity flowing through cat In crust and upper' nir. These are but some early results. It may ta.ke 25 .years or more tq'rnake the most significant diagnoses from the hundreds of millions of facts gathered, IGY-—the International Geophysical Year—is : formally ended, But its work continues in mosL major aspects under the litlo IGC-59, m c a n-i-n.^ International Geophysical Cooperation in" 1959, to extend man's knowledge of his planet. A great ocean of air is earth's lung for human life. Rockets indicated winds of several hundred miles per hour up where the air'is terribly thin and highly electrified. By night, earth wears a halo of dim light, the airglow, which Is mostly pale green. It seems to occur in patches or colls, moving with average speed of 200 miles an hour at a GO-mile height, reports Dr. Franklin E. Ro;ach of the National Bureau of Standards at Boulder, Colo. Green airglow comes from oxygen atoms, with some yellow glow from sodium atoms. IGY scientists also detected unexnccted atoms of lithium — presumably shot up by nuclear tests. Radiation streaming from the sun, or from particles trapped magnetically above the oprth,, Funeral Directors Ambiiliihcd Service Burial Association OAKCRBST FUNERAL Dial PR 7-2123 20-tm'C The schedule of Solunar Periods, as printed below, has been taken fr.om John Alden Knight's Solunar 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 boJdface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hgur and a Half or two hours" thereafter, 'Th^e Minor Periods, shown In regular type, are of somewha 1 shorter duration. A. M, P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Thursday 4:40 10:55 Friday Saturday Sunday 5:40 11:50 6:35 12:20 7:30 1:15 5:05'11:25 0:05 0:55 12:45 7:45 1:35 The Negro Community Either Hick* Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for-the day If you would keep your soi from spoiled sighl and sound, 'iv like Ihe velvel mole, rfo, burrow underground — (Elinor Wyiie. For Soft screens, ,dpors, storm vihdows, wealher • stripping, Insulation, -roofing, awnings, -gut* teHrig, ornamental railing. Free estimates. Andy Andrews,' Phone 7-5887. • 9-tf SMALL tracts of land near town suitable for chicken farms, 80 acres timber land two miles out Ralph 19-tf of Foreman, Ark. See Saunders or Phone 7-4001, 51 OLDS four door, A-l "Condition. New tires, radio and heater. $495 Will arrange financing, Call 72487. 2-tf W3W Tapan gas range, automatic washor, deep freeze. Farmall .C tractor with plow, Disc and mow- dr and all sorts of tools. Roast- 'ng chickens and large fryers. Selling all. Come and see or call George F. Burkiti, Just off of Shover Springs Road. Phone 74038. 5-6tc LOW equity on modern two bod- room house. 403 East 14lh St. Shown by appointment Call 72145 8-3tc 2 FR-AiMiE store buildings. 30x100. See Roy Foster at Blevins. 7-6tp >' WANT AD RATES "^ All Wanf Ads are poydb'rj in ' advahee but, ods will be oecepted 1 i>vit the telephone and ar-id/nodd' . tlflfi dteoUnfs allowed wMH the utl- deritahdino (he accounf Is payabla When Statement Is rendered. Number' One Three Six One D( Words Day Dovt Dnys Montr- Dp fo 15 .45 <.90 1 50 4.50 16 fd 20 ,60. 1.20 200 600 21 to 25 .75 I 50 7 50 750. 26 to,'30 .90 1 86 3.00 900 31 to 35 1.05 7 10 350 10.56 36 to '4(1 t.?n - ,240 -iOO 12.0«| 41 to-45 1 35 770 450 13.5»' 46 'to SO 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 ' CLASSIFIED DISPLAY .- 1 Hme ;..r, 80c per lnc.h 3 times ; 65c per Inch 6 times t,,,,., 55e per Inch Rates aunted above ore for con Secutlve Insertions. Irreaular or sklc dote ads will tol'e the one-day rote, All dally clasilflqd advertising copy Will be accepted Until 5 p.m.". for publication >i-» following day. The publisher reserves the rloht '°/» revise or edit a!' arlvcstiscmpnts of(|i fered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submit tprl. ' Initials of one' or more letters, groups pf fmur«, sur-h as house or telebhonc numhors count as one vyord. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors "ar*> called to our attention after, FI1ST insprrinn of ad and then for ONLY'the OME inrorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 DIN'ING- room suite — table, 6 chairs and buffet. In excellent condition. Call 7-2788 before 8 a.m. or after 5 p.m. 8r3tc SEVERAL, ideal building sites at Rocky Mound. J. H. Pickard. Phone 7-2950. 8-Otp Hope Star GRASS hay. Grady. 40c a ibale. 1100 S. 8-3tp Notice ITS cause the Northern Lights, or auroras. But a man-made and Southern aurora was detected with one Pacific nuclear lest. Scientists theorize a blast could alter the earth's magnetic field enough to allow some trapped particles to stream down upon the earth. Catching a great solar flare in action last Feb. 10-11, many scientists measured its varied, powerful, effects v)PPn. earth. IGY men confirmed the exist- EYEFUL, N 0 T.EIFFEL— Piercing the sky over Tokyo, is this newly completed TV tower. It is 1,092 feet in height, making it 100 feet taller than the Eiffel Tower which it resembles. It peryes lour statipns. The observatory level js 377 feet up. ence of, the ec|Untoripl electrojet, a powerful electric current flowing in daylight hours only nbove the earth's magnetic equntpr, Similar currents presumably circle both Pole's. They offer new insight UPon sqlar effects on mugnetic fields. Aground, seismologists used manmade explosions and tho shock signals from natural eaviht quakes to fill in their' understanding of the earth's interior and Its crust. Shocks from underground A T bomb tests offered a new toql for doi'ng this, Seismic sovindintjs ^pfspted. tho thinnest crust pf tV)e earth yef Discovered under t|ip ?Cf)s — and also, j.ho l,hickest crust— 9 miles deep. Tlie p / ull of PTayjty \Yas measured over 75 per cpnt of the sea surface, and over va^t distances on lane) — adding nn nltim^felv to Mrs. Grade Harris Hostess To Home Demonstration Club The (New Hope Home. Demonstration Cluib met in the home of Mrs. Gracie Mae Harris, Jan. 6, >vith the president, Mrs.' 'Mary Reggans presiding. Devotion consisted; of group singing the "Lord's Prayer" led by Mrs. Harris and Scrip.ture les'son taken frqm Psaljns 24:1-5. During the business session, plans were mac|p to .prepare food for the 4-H Club meeting which .'will Ibe held Jan. 12. Election of new officers was held. ' (Miss E. IL,.'- Ford; Hp gave a demoristratiork. on coconut topped chocolate brownies. The club surprised IM'rs. Harris With birthday gifts, « atter which refreshments were/served to 12 members and guests. Agent, ' SAN FRANC-JSCQ (AP) _ new North £each pubjic Librarj won't be opened until Feb. 5, but Already three Qujdaor- lights and some of its shrubbery have frepp stolen. "Did you ever put u.p that sign that defacing public property i? illegal?" Libj-§yy CprnmissioneT J. , &Jax Moore asjjed, 9t 4 meeting j luesday. j "They'd steal the sisn," said | Commissioner ^. Lep Vevuns. WQRK ST. ANJJg, IllT (J?) — Big gpaver Preek is ths workshop of, a lot of. roiles. The creek drains about 43/- t OPO »cm ol term land. A 990* Ml u dpiaaitt* ] ' far more fipqurfitp r>iit]ir? nf th earth's .gravity, apd frpni that a better cpnceot'ion of the rno' shnpp of the earth. The rn.Qo,n ap dt}je sun, through eravity, .cqjjgg tiflfg pot nn)Y on the oceaps, Jjut a]sp oil th, a lp'l d the efirtp's crust Coming >and Going Mrs. flattie Boozer, has returned to her home in Chicago after having spent the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Zaclie Jones and family. - We Sell - Wt R«nt REAL ESTATE R D FKAWKLIN COMPAHT A. P. Deloney, Manager Howard Collier, Salesman fT-tt WtOVIMGT Long Distance Call'Col- Icct 502, Free E»ttmate», Lower Rates. Have' Vans — Will Travel PRESCOTT TRANSFEB k STORAGH CO. PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Pajmer, President Alex. H. Washburp, Sccy-Trci, at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas 'f Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Mqnaglng Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Mcch. Supt. Entered n* second class matter at the Post Office or Hope, Arkansas, under the Act o,f March 3, 1897. BABHAM Brothers House Movers. Insured and free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Cale, ' Arkansas. 2U1 Mo. Wanted Hope Star' route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply at Hope, .. Star Office. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations t,OOAiL 'argent to sell the famous White Cross plan issued.t>y Bpnk".; ers Life .and Casualty Co'. Leads furnished. Write P.O. B.OX SSfiO 01- Phone T.E G-«3")3, Camden, Ark..,. •. , . 1-mo-c Obituary Notice iLe\yis Hamilton clied at lijs Tuesday night, Jan. 6. Funeral a'r- vangernenls are jneomplete and \Vjll be announced -by Hicks Funeral Horne, Funeral services for Rsv. J. L. Crosley will toe held at the- Church q| God in Hope, 'Friday, Jan. Oth at 2 .'p.rn,, 'insteEjd. o:C at Holiness Churph as 'stfVted in Tuesdays cqlumn, Burial in Cave Tlill Cemetery with Hicks Funeral Homo in charge, in up" tp eight tp }5 inohos. Ono IGY gonl yas to' learri how much the parth and sei) tides j-nav b« in phase js hehiitji? to satisfy map's curiosity about his world, an4 timulates his curiosity the rnoro. t prornises |p pppfer gr<?at beno- its, not only rrmteria.1, byt f s v (jr- yond. . For gs Harvard nstronomer Dr Fred Chippie rernarkpfcl; "Securing a belter peppppt of vhat life me.ans in th§ universp mi?ht lead humans to settle their differences," Spa Gambling Situation HOT SPRINGS, Ark, • Funeral services' for (Mrs. Jossie •Morrison whp.."dj!cl at her home Synday, Jan, '.'4 will 'bo held Satur- 4§y, Jan. 10 at 11 a.m. at the Rjsing §tar Missionary ' Ftiptist 7QO Oak Street in flope, Rev. M 1 . S. Rjley, of Services Offered LET us renovate your old m»t- tress, We specially* In pr«i»url- led InnersprJng. -COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4th, Phone 7-3821 ' ttt KALPH Montgomery Jflark«t s torn slaughtering, We have meat tor your deep f feeze, 8ec'u| b'e-1 tore buytog, . . lf;« SINGER SEWING MACHINE, co, Sales and Service/ 51? East 3rd, L. E, Booth, Phone PR. 7-68?5'.' Subscription fcatos (payable (n £ advance) ™ By carrier In Hope 'and nejghtrarlna towns — Per week , S .30 Per year , _:..-. IS 60 By mal| In Hempsieari, Nevpop, LQFdyette, Howard aild MIMer Counties — One month vi— f ' 85 Three monttu .' 1,85 S|x months ..'. 3.50 One year " 6.50 AJI other moll — •Ope rriort.th Three ' months ............ Six months One 'year . 3:90 7.80 Nat'l Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Dailies, lp?. ( 1602 Steflrk Bldg. Memphis 2, V«nn.; 505 ^exos Bank Bldg., Dallas i. 'lexqs; 360 N Mlchlaan AVB., Chicago 1, III.; 60 f, 42nd 'St., NPW York <V. H. Y.; 1763 Penobscot ' Bldq., D^jo't ?., Miph.; Terminal Dldg., OUIu'jpmq City 2, Okla. ' ; Member of The Awocloted The ..Associated Press Is entitled exclusively tq t|ie use for republlcatlon of all the local news prlntec) in this newspaper, as well qs all AP news flispafchcs, ' GOOD bargains. Buy, sell, trave or refinisji your .furniture at my shop. Paul Dudney, Wqshingtpn, Arkansas, 23-1-m-c POWER Saw man for' rerrtovql <)f trees, stumps qnd etc. For free estimate call 7-4052, 30-l-tn°-c Reji<itnt$ Boil Drinking Wotfr (^P) __ The 2q,QOO rpsidents this eity in western ?}ew state boi)ed their dunking tpday after ice sludge, in the WP- ^ara River blocHe'd ti\p ni3in water system intake, were dosed business establishments curtgUcd qpevations wh?n Mnypr Jqhn F i$ppczyn§]u fleQiave^ a gtate of . Engineers were attempting to the ipe sludge and Wednes c)|y niflji bad restorep; wMtf 'tfl gfeSHt two-thirds °t 'wt emergency meas, ths intake, re- [n thi§ resort dty's'baftie over gambling that hag resulted in tilP closing of two boekmsfzing find charges of" Tre Front pluljiE po.tjrt Ofejpr and th(s White pqdloi'kccl by ypst. ?r riav /} pf a jinlitical over eQiUfol of «anvb.JJ'i«, two were on a list Pi estabjlishmenis Shurif/ Leonard jEllis ard<jrcd to coure gambling tq bysssi thjg mjined Jn Official §§id the gfftund. sijrrpundlng " to Rent 5 ROOM unfurnished, house, Phone 7-9D74. 3-6tf For Byers Gwlf vice, gall pay or - " 5 ROOM furnished house, 131} "W, Ave, B. Cpntact C, A. Rt. 2, Emmpt ov Bennie Graham at miVt W. Aye. B, 7-gtp gipartment, broods Grocery. Dial 7'3791. F^mole g WAJTRE-SSES. Apply at Diq, rrjond Cafe, PR 'J^ZQ. 30-W ter mains and (rtpi nparby sewer lines co,uld have seeped (He mains were empty, prisals. T|ig 'New JSra. said moves might be rnad^ by owners of th< j closed estabJishmentg t^ai'isl. places gl- lowecj to remain open. The newspaper S'iid C. 0. Mr- Lean, a justice D| the-peace, oh- tgiflijd a number pj 1 search war.... --,- o-—...-^ rants from Circuit Clwk Shpilw operations by Mcndt-y OMiai clubs I Hilliard, declaring Uc 'acU-cl at thp Wwch also j)«;.';,),p gambling weie request of a "Kvouu c>f tiUxun? In t.he sjtu,aliqn," n.ot rneAtioj}«(l. said ajl Jhp Hi The hucl Waltei- j Holjw t • ''.-tublishir'.'nts oi> ry- ported that the places ordered tu cjlose apparentlv were owned by persons whq supjjortpd ^^ of Elljs and Circuit Jiid^p f. Dobbs iji Jast year's elections. Hebeft, Howevur, denied tb,%t. . declined tg idemify thp group. Later, Justice of You/ig sai4 he plqjnls Q| P^qipp Eiza rj;ceiverj pom- nfejlnt? inti JUp sale of mixBd^Ui'inJss a'<ai|i»t soyyn places not iaciud.ed the' V/MrnJn^ to cloise. Yo.unji| sa\4 that if loual cffipjalf do ;jot act mtifinsl' J.hc; pluljs lie need mSPfy to bolster thp bud^9t? ij hours a day will brjn'g yqu a gp.od. }pcome EJxceJlcnt territory open in ffoge. Car necessary. WrltP AVPH, B 377 ffol Springs, Ark. 5-gJc to Buy peas at See4 Store, all kind?, flare's 7-tl §u^i ness Op po rtu n itkf ' . f3a,r, re OR Responsible pei'son fro/n thjg grga lg service an4 ettp dispepsurs. fergnces and -?502.&0 vestmeot nuepssary. 7 to, weekly asis an Income. PossiWe For Jocal interview gtyp U51P CARS — POPY SHOP ^- FOREIGN CARS ^ 216 S, Hazel Phone 7^4022 Orv|l|e Taylor« ^Qhn B|l( Jordan WANTIP TO pint l%lpwoop by Truck Load Qut In WQoiJs or gflie.rw!qe,i HAROLD ' e 1 PR . H9R«i MATTRISSIS lnt« Qnt P»y PAYIS 117 t«. Km Herndon'Cornelim Funtrgl Hemt and Ambulance Tw» Way Radio, Air Condition Phone PR 7-5570 LOCAL MOVING and HAULING Alse f ACKINQ & CRATIN| 415 its Transfer ^: L£IS.. _

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