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« ls basketball-loam fiu< SHjftosl' a game last'Week and lost first place in the Associated ,.„.Pi-ess weekly major college rat- result, Carolina btate'|s Wolf ;« ,Pack, .-usually a contender for na*'^ tional 'honors and winner of the „ ^ DjLjrie. ^Classic this season, edged . out Kentucky's Wildcats in the poll •" of-sports Writers and broadcast' ,U .fit, was an extremely close Vote Wwith Coach Everett Case's Carof > 'M' J L l ' ans Betting the edge in first 'and second place ballots. Nortn Carolina State was rated first by •48 on 130'voters and Kentucky on .35; but in the print totals it was 1,087 to 1,035. . Points are tallied on 'the basis • of 10 for each first place vote, 9 _for second, 8 for third, e'K Vot- ,lng' fs~ based on result's through State followed its Dixie -Jan. lO. " • * ^^» »••»« *w ii/iiu *Y C\l J SrH L»iA'l t. ] "classic triumph with victories • , over Virginia *and Duke last week |~to 'run its season record to 11-1. ' ,',!" Kentucky, after winning 1). i . straight, stumbled . last week and " ; dropped^ a 75-66 decision to Vand- V ' J ' ( ,'' J^bilt, a team with an ordinary *,{ n record, on the.latlerls-court. That , ^ Was enough to knock somo of the ,-,,,-^glarnpr off the Wildcats, although ,'f'^.ihey ca'iriejDack to win" decisively • ^.from Louisiana State on Satur- -*£ N ° rt !? Carolina (9-1) retained , ..third, place with 813 points, topping Kansas State by only nine clash Wednesday'-,nt ttaleigh In a game which ."Jsh'&uld test -thfa do 1 ' lief df'many observers In >thai area that, they<^ should • rnier^ofie' two in the ffatfdft. ,. i T fraltih'g the top fotfr in the "tdfik* ings this week Were Aurbuft) f dfn' cinnati, Bfadley, Mlchigaiii Stafc, St, John's ahd West Virehfiia,.'. Auburn and Cincinnati "each moved up ohe olaee M Michigan ftate took Its second defeat'- of the season. Bradley jumpjcd two, li-om ninth to seventh, dcspJtti a one-point, double-overtime»loss to Cincinnati—or maybe bcooliso of it. Northwestern, U p s o t by Indiana's defending Big .Ton charti' pions, tumbled from eighth place to eleventh and We.st Vlfglnia * ' » v-i t (" , 195$ U moved up to fill the vacttnt, spot in the top ten. Top ten teams with first place votes and won • lost records through Saturday, Jan. 10 in parentheses (points on 10-0»3 etc. basis): 1. North Carolina State (48) ("11* 1) -1087 2. Kentucky (35) (12-1) . 103.5-. 3. North Carolina 4 (9-1) 813 4. Kansas State (13 11-1) 804 5. Auburn 14 (10-0) 774 6. Cincinnati (4) (8-2) 685 7. Bradley (2) 9-1 382 S. Michigan State 8-2 344 9. St. John's (N.Y.) (10-1) 203 10. West Virginia (2) (12-3) 193 The second ten: Northwestern 181: Mississippi State 2Y 12ft Marquette (1) 87; St. Bonaveii- hire (4) 77; St. Louis, (i> • 57; Seattle 38; .Okla....oma.' City .', 37; Portland 31: Indiana 28; California 21. Texas Aggies Slip Past Porks rCnint.. ^ ,. - "'".T "lilt: UJiU UiUL UC .points. Carolina, and N.C. State sun or rain. TRI-MOWERMOBILE v ASHLAND, Ky. (&) — : W. A. Morris' lawnmower is a combination power mower,' tricycle-and automobile. He uses the three-wheeled machine to care for 14 lawns. It'even has a tin roof and winndow shades that can be lowered to ward off-the '•FAY.ETTEVILLE. Ark. (AP) — Texas A&MV's'lIpped - by Arkansas, 6.V62 In a SoiithvVest Conference basketball game last night whei a- final second, court-length Razor back shot at the basket missed The Aggies, who cooled lala in a torrid first half to trail In a 40-32 intermission Score, droVc in front with six minutes remaining in the contest. But until the flna buzzer, the Porkers threnteiidd t< salvage the game. The result left both trams wit! 2-2 won-lds's conference records*. Neil-Swisher dropped in the las Aggie point, with a charity toss, He missed another nftcr Arkansas' Harry Thompson tipped in tw< points with ilG seconds remaining 1 to end the scoring. Swisher 1 free'throw mips enebtec Arkansas.'to control the ball in th»fading seconds. to set up Pat .Foster's long» desperation attempi frorri the field..His! shot, went wide The Aggies hit '42.4 perl cent of their field! goat, attempts 1 compar.. eel with the Razorbacks' 41.7 per- cehtageC ••".••:...". .Swisher and Clyde Rhoclcn, an Arkansas sophomore, took '. scoring honors ;with", 20- pdinfe' apiece. .Before the varsity, ga'mfc, 1 the Arkansas Freshmen trounced Fort | Smith- Junior. College' 102-52. "Texas A&M ' G , F P T Carroll . .......,., 5, 3.5 4 13 McNichol ..' ,. ..', 0- 4.4. 4 10 Lawrence 1,0-1 4 2 Swisher .7 6-7 020 •Cox 6 0-0 4 12 l : ' ElMt'JIJ* We ore PROUD to display this emblem! guy display ihis stit Only independent' insurance agents, members of the' s Arkansas Association of Insurance Agent's and'tReir ..National Association, may legally display this emblem.. ,It means.we serve you FIRST in all forms of .«.«».-. ••.Casualty Insurance n * > »rv K ^*'^"^^ • Fire & Marine Insurance %?"• •.. Fidelity & Surety Bonds" Look For the "Big I" Emblem Before You Purchase Insurance RQY ANDERSON fNSURANCE AGENCY Anderson , Mary' E« Evans .George FrazFer 210'So. Main ' Hope, Ark. ' ; Turner ' ..; : o 0-0 0' 0 Totals Arkansas' .. Thompson Rhoden Carpenter Kanton Foster .....: Haukins Garner Grindle' Boss Totals Texas- A&M Arkansas 25.13-171763 G F P T 1 0-0 1 2 ... 7 6-li 4 20 4 3-4 4 1.1 . 7 1-1 1 Iji 40-318 0-0 0-1 1 2 1 .2 0 2-2 3 2 '0 0-0 0 0 2512-221662 32 31—63 <!0'22—G2 Bell Installs Two Microwave Antennas ST. LOUIS (AP)—Two one-ton antennas, 'terrhniaUink in a microwave .'system between St. Louis and Memphis, now are in place, atop the 32-floor Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. building here; The antennas, installed on Saturday, will (beam lorig distance calls and television signals. Six radio relay stations in southeast Missouri* and three in northeast Arkansas are in the system. The Arkansas stations are at Marmacluke. ' Ray and Gillmore. * t 1 1 — •f » MAIUN CLASSIFIED AD ORDER The Quick and Inexpensive Way to Do Business ^ ~'t. INSTRUCTIONS; Put your Classified 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, ~ EXAMPLE: 15 words runs 3 days .. 90c — 6 days . .1.50 BOX NO. No, of Doyi Ad It To Run . ^ ^^!,Ws^ "^""^ J ~ JtiM " JJ -* "- "W!- "iiSWW STS5S &&£& Jf-jqqi TS«» TffOtt «*m '^ _—— K9CK i Hire's How You Figure Your Total Cost... ' Tim§ ^ Tim§§ ^ Time§ One Month Up t9 15 werd? 1^ to 2Q wwcls . 11 to 25 26 to 3Q Cl to 3| 'H tg 40 41 to 4f 45 .90 J.20 1:50 1-80 & Times MO 2.00 2-10 i,|Q 1.35 3-iQ Mpnth 4-10 6-00 7-50 9.QQ 10-SO 12-00 13-SO '15-00 Basketball 'By THE, ._ ' rJticiuesne 85, Loyola Kentucky 85, Tularic 6s( Georgia Tech 8, 'Mississippi 70 Alabama 82, Florida 77?l Davidson 73'. VMt 70 Mississippi State 83, Vandetbllt Tennessee 65, Louisiana State 58 Furmnn 87, South Carolina : 6i St. F'i-ancis (Pn) 89, Mdrohetid (Ky) 77 ", • Kansas State 80, OWaHohia' 4") Kansas 69, Iowa Stnto 48 "" Illinois 103, Iowa 97 Indiana C3, Minnesota 50 Michigan 84, Wisconsin -74 Nebi'askn 81, Missouri 69 ' ' Wichita 61, Drake 54 ";., Cincinnati 04, Nofth Tcxns St'at" 50 (ot) ' •" Bi-adley 60, tlouston 50 . '," St, Louis 76, Tulsa Gt Coloradp'j65, Oklahoma State* 52 Texas A&M 03, Arkansas "6'p"' National Basketball Assn.fl "" By THE ASSOCIATED P^RESS •Monday Results Tuesday Schedule, Detroit-Cincinnati at St.-jLpUis Minneapolis at St, Louis ' ' "X 'ADS MUST BE IN DAYfBlfbftrPl/BLlCXTfbN ~- *>HONr7'343l "•£ ^™ , t J'?'~,C'i?.\*. ,, *». AD f AtfIR Emmet Comes Here Tonight for Two Mope Senior girls and th'e Jim- left* Varsity, boys will, entertain two teams from Emmet tonight at Jones Field Mouse, The opening contest'starts promptly at 7 -p.m. By THE ASSOCIATED' PRES College . -,.- - )•'•-'Texas A&M 03 Arkansas .62 • -, Arkansas 'Freshmen 102 'Fort milh JC 51 . * ., • Arkansas State "7,T East Texas Baptist 70 (overtime) Service . • Ft. Chaffoo (Ark) 78 Brooks'Army Medical Center (Tex) 76-' High School < - ' Babelvale 63 Joe T. Robinson 30 'overtime) . , ' , . Hickory Ridgo 60, Parkin 36 Small Collegia Almbsttlp Cincinnati By BEN OL.AN Associated Press Sports Writer An unpublicized college-" from Denton, Tex. had the basketball world taking notice today follow"- ing a stirring performance that resulted in a relatively .poor 'night for Oscar Robertson and n' "near upset of the Cincinnati Petit Maintains Pro Scoring Lead NEW YORK (AP) — Bob Pcttit of the St. Louis Hawks scored 140 (joints in five games last Week to Cement his hold on first place in the National Basketball Assn.'s Scoring race. Statistics released today showed that Petit has tallied 1;105 points in 38 games for a 29.1 average. While helping the Hawke open a 9'/ 2 game lead in the circuit's 'Western iDivision. It has" tallied the most points ever recorded at this state of the season. Paul Arlzin of the Philadelphia Warriors, the runner-up, has slipped 158 ' points behind Pcttit 'Jack Twyman of Cincinnati is third. Arizln has collected 947 points and' Twyman 941. Rookie Elgin Baylor of Monne- apolis Is No.' 4 with 926 points. Then comes Cliff Hagan of St. Louis with 869 "and George Hardley of Detroit, larit season's champion, with 833. Ken Scars of New York has the best percentage in field goal shooting, .515. Bill Sharman of Boston is tops in free thrdws with .925 while teammate Bill Russel leads in rebounds with 8G9 and a 22.0 a game average. Texas State lost to sixth-ranked Cincinnati G4-5S in overtime. But not before the Bearcats had corri'e within inches of defeat, \| With only six seconds remaining and the score dcadlockedi',,4- oll in regulation time, a shot by Rod Byrd of North Texas'^State hit the rim and bounced a.way. Robertson was held to 19 points until. he added seven free throws and one" 'tfeld gpal- in , ^"overtime foif 28 points. " " ' Cincinnati, was one among, four :oams, in th'e top 10' to see action Monday night, ' .'i Kentucky, which dropped to second -place behind North Carolina State in the latest poll, finished strong to beat Tulane' 85-68. -Kansas State (No, 4- clobbered Oklahoma/ 90-45 • and Bradley (No. 7- cutlasted' Houston, , 60-50, Kansas State's 'victory, left it n a two-way tie for the Big Eight ead.N W ith the Kansas Jayhawks ' who! swamped ,Iowa ' State 69-48*, in other Big Eight eompetitoin, Nebraska defeated- Missouri 81-69 and 'Colorado, rebounding from a op-sided loss to Kansas State, turned- back. Oklahoma State 65-52. Bradley's triumph' ' enabled the Braves to move- into .sole possession of the runner-up position behind Cincinnati in 'the Missouri Valley Conference. The- Bearcats hold-'- the lead on the . strength of their 85-84 sucess over ' Bradley n overtime Jan, 5, >' Elsewhere in ,the Missouri Valey Conference, St. Louis, got hot n the second half and beat Tulsa 76-Sl anci Wichita's-. Shockers 1 - led all the way 'to" get' " past Drake 01-52, Victories by 'Indiana, Illinois and Michigan in the Big Ten enabled each to tie for the confer' ence lead, replacing, vanquished Minnesota. Indiana beat the Gophers 63-59 on the strength oi a 21- 'or 29 performance from "the free brow line. , Roger Taylor and. Vlanie Jackson had 24 points apiece as Illinois rocje over Jov/a 03-97 and Michigan, paced by John Tidwell's 3? points, defeated, Wisconsin .84,74, • Idle 'Auburn remained a.top the Southeastalrn Conference stand' ng? with, 3-0, Bttt Kentucky's ( r j. umph, enabled, the Wildcats to degdjoek Georgia and MissjosjSpi ^tste for the rijnn^F.up spot at Geprgia was not scheduled, gut Hamey Quits as Phillie Manager PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The (Philadelphia Phillies today reportedly have fired H. Roy Hamey as general manager and hired Milwaukee's John Quinn to take over the post. Hamey, . lies from tne came to the Phil- State walloped, 13-65, |n Qth_er league gamll, ' PI S-70, _ , Tech trampled, iyj, ssis ' n . beat Florida 12-77 and Tennessee defeated Lou- Conference. si ana State 65-58. . , off a, late rally q edge Arkansas 63-62. Davidson nipped Virginia.' MilU^ry 75-70- m he Southern Conference. going .., Lcpgue champions He will become assistant general manager; the position he held before moving to Philadelphia. Quinn, a veteran baseball executive, has been reported on the way out_ in Milwaukee ever since the National League champion Braves hired George (Birdie) Tebbetts as a vice president and their ap.pa.r- ent to the club presidency. At Least 145 Executed in Cuban Trials By LARRY ALLEN, HAVANA, Cuba (AP)—The execution toll is mounting as Ftde.f Castro's military courts continue to exact vengeance for violence attributed to supporters of fallen Dictator Fulgencio Batista. "• At least 145 persons had b'uen reported executed- 'between Ba. tista's flight on Jan, 1 and Monday night. More speedy trials were under way, including hearings for possibly 100 prisoners in Oriente province. The .toll took a big jump Monday ,when revolutionary fi«n u squads reportedly'shot 75 persons, near Santiago, capital of Oriente, where Castro's, rebellion was centered apd antirebel repressing was strongest,' Officials of the provisioned government claimed all cases wore being'fully investigated,'but otherwise there was no information on the trials of the condemned men, Apparently, most were being held in. secret, and by military pogrtg rather than by the revolutionary courts .the new regime has said, would be established to try "wa,? carries" offenders, Not all the defendants gnt the death .penalty. Two policowen in Manzamllo were sentenced to JOh years in prison, Approximately 3,000 persons ara peing held throughout 'Cuba In Orients there are about 500, according to Fidel's brother, Rqu), who has been in military gorn- jrjand. jn, that area sinpe Fuel's victory, The Cuban weekly news msgfy zine Bohemia charged that 20,00(1 Cubans had been Hilled between Batista's coming to power in 1953 and, Jan. 1, The 73 men exegutecj jn. Orient? Were shot in two groups, ono^of 14 and the other of 61, witnesses S9id. The executions took, pia.ce Q * a military camp one mile' """" w and. one mile tro'm ,— Jijll, where Teddy. ,,N., V * velt's Rpugh Aiders charged, the Spaniards in 1898, Santiago military -„„- apqlined to, confirm the A, reporter found, a Funeral Directors Ambulance 'Service Burial Association OAKCRfiST FUNERAL HOME Dial PR 7-2123 20-lnvc Instruction DENTAL ASSISTANTS NEEDED We train women, ages 18-59, as Dental Assistants.' Full or sparc4lme' training, High School Education not necessary, Enroll now for short, inexpensive course. FREE employment service. EARN UP TO .$12.00 A DAY For full information, without obligation, write . . . SCHOOLS OF DENTAL NURSING Box S c/o Hope'Starj Hope, Ark. 12-3tc MOTEL MANAGERS . • NEEDED Men, women, • couples urgently needed. High earnings. High School'education not necessary. Short, inexpensive course. Spare, time training. Free booklet. WRITE ,, MILLER INSTITUTE Giving address, occupation and telephone number Box S, c/o Hope Star, , . Hope, Ark. 12-3tc . , mound of fresh dirt, cartridge cases and tire tracks at the scene. PHQTQ .AIRLINE SEVERAL YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN WILL BE SELECTED IMMEDIATELY FOR TRAINING FOR ATTRACTIVE, HIGH-SALARIED POSITIONS AS AIRLINE SECRETARY, HOSTESS, RESER. VATIONIST, COMMUNICATION-1ST,. STATION AGENT, PASSENGER AGENT, TICKET AGENT RECORDS. SHORT LOW-COST TRAINING CAN QUALIFY. Must be between 17-39, have a high school education and pleasing personality. Includes special training in personal development for women. All inquiries confidential. Write, giving address and phone number to: TRAINING DIVISION NATIONAL SCHOOL OF AERO- l^AUTICS. ACCREDITED BY NHSC, Box A, c/o HOPE STAR HOPE.-. ARK. ForSaU \ ALUMINUM screens, doors, stofm windows, weather * stripping, w insulation, roofing, awnihgs,- gut* tertng, ornarriental railing,• 'Free estimates, Andy Andrews) Phone 7-5807. 9-tf 3 SMALL tracts of land near town stiltaible for chicken farms, 80 acres timber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark. See Ralph Saunders or Phone 7-4001, 1941 '51 OLDS foilr door. A-r Condition. New tires, radio and heater. $495 Will arrange financing. Call 72487. ' , 2-tf 2 "F'RjAiME store buildings. SOxlOO 4 . See Hoy Foster at Blevins. ' 7-Otp SEVERAL ideal building sites at Rocky Moiiiid. J. H. Pickard. pHohe 7-2950. 8-<5tp " WANT AD'RATES I All Wahf 'Ads , 3M fj'oyab'e • !ft " '. advdncfc ; buKods -will be acceptedv' ovef the telephone 6r\ti 'dWofhddei' 1 tlon. accounts, allowed with the utvi- . if«MtafldiH!3-'fhe-accot/hf Is payabl* , wheh sfdtemertt Is rendered; • •' ' YOUNG Parakeets. iM>rs. Roy Mul- li.ris, Shover Springs -Road. 1 12-3tp ONE, counter and one floor show case, scale and cash register. Cheap Call 7-2847, 710 West 4th Street. 12-3tc IBOIS: O'iA'RC posts at my..farm hear Oakhnven. L. J. Hampton. PR 17-4932. . ... 13-6tp Notice ATE'Buy - We Sell i- W« Riutt REAL ESTATE R. D. FRANKLIN COMPAHT A. P. Deloney, Manager ' Howard Collier, Saleiman «•* ^^' •/•^P^w ^^f Ml^MP^V The schedule ol Solunar Periods, as printed below, has been taken from 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 boldface^type, These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and .a half or two hours there* after. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration, A, M, P,M. Minor Major Minor Major Monday. 8:15 2;oo Tuesday 9:00 2:45 Wednes 9; 40 3:25 Thursday 30:20 4;05 Friday 11:05 4; 50 Saturday 11:50 5;35 Sunday 12;05 6:20 12:35 6:40 2:20 3:05 I0:oo 3;50 J0;40 4:30 5:fo 5:55 9:15 11:20 The Negro Community Either or 7-H71 fsr the da.y Malice and hatretj are very fret- tine, snd make 'our own 'minds' soj-e and. Mneasy „ Tillotson., Calendar «f Evsnti 6hursh 6enferen§? Rey J J, s, Morgan, pastor of Bethel AJME Church i s asking all rocmbers of the church to be present Thursday, jjjn J5 ^t 7 pirn. Nejson 'Mill Post rjo. 4?7 vsHll hoJ4 its regular meeting at Hjcks Home, tonight (Tuesday) u, . hpld. its meeting at 7 p.m.. All members pf both organizations gyp Urged to b,e present. The RopewpU p% " W iii hold its egu.lsy roeptin-g '.Wecjnessjay, Jan. At at 1 p.m. AJJ members, ijre asked, to b£ present, MOVING? Long Distance. Call Collect 502. Free Eittmstei, Lower Rates. Have Van* — Will Travtl PRESCOTT THANSFEH STORAGE CO. PRffiSCOTT, ARKANSAS IKtt BAR/HAM Brothers House Movers. Insured apd 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. (LOCAL a'gent to sell the famous White Cross plan issued by Bankers Life and Casualty Co. Leads ,fui;ni.she<:l. Write P.O. Box 5550 •o".r 'Phone TE 6-9343,.: 'Camden, Ark. 1-mo-c Services Offered LET us renovat* yeur old m»t- treas. We specialize in pr*Murl- xed Innersprlnj^ COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4th, Phone 7-MU * ' ••« RALPH Montgomery Market, cut- torn slaughtering. We have meat for your: deep freeze, flee ui before buying, ' • SINGER SEWING* MACHINE CO, Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd. L. E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6895, GOOD bargains. Buy, sell, trade or refinish your furniture at rny shop, Paul Dudney, Washington, Arkansas. 23-1-m-c POWER Saw man for removal of trees, stumps and etc, For free estimate call 7-4052. 30-1-mo-c WILL baby sit in your home or mine. Phone 7-4047, SKUo Real Estate for Sale Choice of the Country Gentlemen A homo set'apart by its charm, •on 7V£ acres of landscaped shady ground, 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen with pantry and builkjns, large ' 15' x 37' pine paneled den, at, ta'chcd garage, 'air condition window units. Just abovit perfect in every way, located qn U, S. Highway #67 east. The Monts country home, Call us for particulars ancj to see this loyely home, FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 217 South Main Hope, Arkansas* Phone PRospect 7-4§§} " JHte Female Hfle 2 WAITRESSES. "Apply aj; mond Cafe, PR 7^430, _ _Ms[e Help Wonted r „-,„___,, Jyjass. UP) ~» police .Clwef Hector J. Pelietter, wfep is secretary-treasurer ot the sachu§etts Chjels el Pojj,ce ., a AQvel approach to. th,e tipsy ib* The Southwest pisU-iet .Congress Idhwus will appear 'at gleyins Training S.ch,pol, BJevins, Sunday Jsn, 1^ at 7:3.0 .p.m. The public is inyjted, to atlsttd. , sh,oul4 b.e taken Qf t-hiBir arrest ChJ.e|| Four Killed in a Texas Accident * 9 aj- the city Urqjta of ' _ . to. establish , rwvv , Por necessary, esspefJenQed man, preferred. See Mr. Tjo^cka at Toggery Bhctp, J07 s. " ' " Wanted to JuV DRY peas of all kinds. Seed Store. G^QOE'RY store or ^cryjiia sia'tion or combjnytipjj. JSjyier j^i " or iiei^lubQi-flPOd tosation. Pox 4, p/o Hyp*- SJ^ai'. . 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The, Hope Star will not be responsible; for. errors |n Want Ads Unless , errors ' are called . to our attention offer FIRST Insertion of'a'd and, then % for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3.43 K$ Star of Hope.,1899; Presi 1927, Consolidated .January 18, 1929 Published everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING, CO. Mrs. C. E..Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Seey-Trei, ft", or-The Star- Building * y 212-14 South-Walnut Street Hope,, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor'& Publish*' Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor • Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Mecn. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at. Hope, Arkansai, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Rates (payable- In advaniii) By carrier in Hope and neighboring .towns — Per week S,,10 Per year '. ,. IS 60 •'By mall In 'Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — .Or)e month .., , $ ,83,, Three monthi* ' 1.8J" Six "'months ',„ , 3,50 One year'.' t.SO^f) All other mall ,— 9 One "month .., .,,, 1.30 Three.,months .„,„...,, .„ 3,90 Six month*' , 7,80 One ytar ;....,' ....„..,.,. 1S.60 Nat'l Advertising Repreientativei; Arkansas Dailies; Inc.,'1602 Sterlck Bldg. Memphis 2, Ttrin.; 505 Texas; Bank- Bldg,, Dallas '<, texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E.' 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763-, Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.,'0? 1 / Terminal Bldg., Okluliomo City 2, Okla. - , J Mtmbw of The A*wc!ate4 Pr«i§; The Associated Press Is entitled, exclusively to the use for republicatlon ,'' of, qll.Jhe. local news printed in }h|» newspaper, as we|l as all AP news' dispatches. "• j SPATES FLORIST 308 So, Spruce . 0 » PROMPT DELIVERY • Phone 7-2426 All Hours ROACH - HUGHES ' INSURANCE Auto • r»lr» • Mf«.« C«u«lty WANTI TO by TrvisK Ui«| Cyt Jn. 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