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•jailfe f.A iM .ffo.fr tv A M** lit Four to Mil of Fame Archie fd Accept Boxing Tfdphy ROCK (AP)—Four men and a wompn v;ho have complied distinguished records in sports hislory wjll bo honored horc to- s night 'With induction' into tho Ar ,'iKansas Hall ot Fame, ,i A, sell-out crowd of 550 persons jis ejected to be on hand at the* .installation dinner to see ITfill of ,' Fame placmes go to Jim Leo Howell, Bill Dickey, Tvan Grove. <•we.tr Schoonover and Hax"l •walker- — the initial Hall of famors selected from a field of ,,1,00, nominees. ;'The quintet represents outstanding nerrormances in football .basketball and baseball — a? .,pl£fverg''snd coaches — and highlights s of ahoir days of glory will ' f be|_ introduced on film ancl tapp .recordings on tonight's program , In''brief, here are tho back' grqtmds. of the honorees: Howell — A football and basket% t>all standout at the University of Arkansas, now coach of flic m-n- fessiohal football team New York % Gi^nls. native of Lonoke. - Dickey — Star catcher with ihc ^Ne\v York Yankees for 17 VPJITS ;,member of the Baseball Hall of i F.arne' from .Little Hock. •<> .-Grove — A Coaching fi<*w at "Hendrix College since 1924 n icsi- dent of Conway ,, Schooriover — The first All- America football player at thn ..University of Arkansas in 1927 and an All - Conference Basketball , selection, now an attorney \vi*h r the U.S. Agriculture Department at Washington, D. C, From Pocahontas. . , 'Miss Walker — A basketball star since 1930. now has her onw professional girls basketball team The Arkansas Travelers resident of Ashdown. •' Gov.' Orval E. Faubus will give ^the welcoming address at the n- stallation banouet tonight Toast' master will be Joe Garasiola. broa'dcaster with the St Louis Cardinals. » The Hall of Famers will hav * their portraits made either todav or tomorrow and the Dictures wiil toe placed ni a Hall of Fame build> inp later. Plans are to establish such a hall and each January more noted athletes will be added to the roils:. YORK CAP) — Afchic | Moore gets lip once itioic tonight 'to accept the lEd.vvard J. Hell award from the Soxina Writers Assn. as tha "fighter of the year'" for 1958. Old Archie, whose age had been estimated at 42, 45 tihf.1 43, won the award because of the Way he kept getting ujJ the night of Doc. 18 m Montreal. Thnt was the night Yi-on Duretle dropped him throe times before Archie finished tho Canadian in the 11th round. The world light heavy weiuht champion, equipped with a en si retype- >benrd, will be flanker) by His manager, .lack (Doc) Kearns who also is being honored. Moore gets the Neil award, named in honor of the tortru-r Associated Press boxing Writer who was killed in 1938 while serving as a war correspondent in Spain. Kearns gets "in appreciation" award for his many interesting yenrs in boxlnjji" Roy Decisions Challenger in 10 Rounds 4 National Hockey V' f '- NATIONAL-,,HOCKEY LEAGUE |: v, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 3*' / Wednesday Results lr; New York 3, Toronto 2 T f £5 1; Thursday Schedule Detroit at Boston By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press Sports Writ e r CHICAGO (A.P) —- Sonny Ray. with a smashed right hand, and Roque Marvilla who was in a blackout for seven rounds, went through the motions for 10 rounds Wednesday night. Ray. the fifth ranked light heavyweight contender, gained a unanimous decision in the Chicago Stadium nationally televised bout Ray tagged his Boise, Idaho, opponent with a long right with the first punch he threw in the first round. Maravilia. making his TV rihg debut, staggered. A left and another right floored h,im. Maravilia came out after taking 1 a nine count, covered up well and I weathered it from there on until ! the last two rounds, they pumped ineffective shots at each other mostly along the ropes. ( Most of Maravilla's action came in the final two rounds, after he found out where he was. . "I "didn't remember anything after being knocked down until, tlu end of the'eighth round." The 22- year-old former Golden Glovp'- said. Ray's : right hand was swollen badly and ;c-rays -were to be ;takea to see if there were any broken .bones. "I'hit him'so hard in the first round -I .might have broken it." said '-the 23-year-old Chicagoan, ' Judge Frank Clark scored it 48-43 under the five point must system. Judge Leu Capparelji had it 48-42': and Referee . Bernard, Weissman 47-44. ' The Associated Press favored Ray- 47-44. , Outermost planet of the solar ;4 ct ' ' system is Pluto, which is 30 or '•-.- , '$•.„-.- 40 times as far from the sun as " Figh'fs Lds> Niqh* By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , ^Chicago — ^onny 'pay, 173, Chicago, *ou|pointed Roqiie 'Maravilla, ' Schedule for Little Loop Basketball Playoffs will bo sometime the week of Feb. 23rd to 28th unless a conflict occurs at which timo an announcement will be made as to •the playoff dates in the Little League basketball play. All player's will report to their coaches at Jones Field House on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. First games will begin at approximately ,0;20 and second, games at approximately 10:20. January 17th Hot Rods vs. Cool Cats Dirt Dobbers vs. Bo-Diddles January 24th Bo-fDiddles vs. Hot Rods Cool Cats vs. Din Dobbers January 31st Hot Rods vs. Dirt Dobbers Cool Cats vs. Bo-Diddles February 7th Cool Cats vs. Hot Rods Bo-Diddles vs. Dirt Dobbers February 14th Hot Rods vs. Bo-D''ddfbs Dirt Dobbers vs. Cool Cats February 21st Dirt Dobbers vs. Hot Rods Bo-Diddles Vs. Cool Cats 'er.aphts Two Games PithMerril Yerger Tigers split two games with Merrill High of Pine Bluff last night. The-Yerger Junior bbyS dropped theirs 23-17. The Senior boys of Yerger came through with the return of Bob Rqss in the-line-up. He had been, side lined for three weeks with p.neumonia. The Tigers led 13-12 the first quarter and 23-18 ha!| time. Merrill High came back the third quarter scoring 16 points and gaining the lead 34-31. During the last quarter some good defensive work by James McGill and Bob Ross held Merrill to only 6 points while the Tigers scored 16 points and went on to win 48-40. The high pointers for the Tigers were^ McGill with 14, Williamson I 12, and Ross with 11. For Merrill Lambert and Dilworth were high I with 13 and 12. j The Tigers will meet Washington^' High" of Texarkana Tuesday nigbi' at the Yerger gym. SOVIET INFLUENCE ,-PHOENIX, Ariz'., tffj."— George Pravda and his wife, Joanna, filed a court petition to change their last 'name to Prav. Pravda means "thruth" in Russian but it also is! the name of an official newspaper of the Soviet Upion. They said they wanted to change their name because Pravda is known as an. i organ of Communist propaganda' and therefore the name causes. them embarrassment. The court took the'petition under consideration. ' MAIL-IN CLASSIFIED AD ORDER The Quick and Inexpensive Way To Do Business INSTRUCTIONS: Put your Classified Ad Words in Squares Below . . . one word to the square. Put the number of days you want f y° ur Ad to run in square ot bottom. Then figure your cost, EXAMPLE: 15 words runs 3 days ,, 90c — 6 days ,. 1.50 NAM5 ADDRESS , .............. 90X NQ ........... Clip gnd Mail — Check PHONI .,, NQ. ef Ad U To Run - "* C *"'*~ *" " "*~"*^ -Vr-"* -*""*• ****- «S35S S33BB 9B588S»r BBSHSf ^MJ. WBSST WS5S Here s How You Figure Your Total Cost.., Up to 15 words 4| 16 to 20 words . .60 21 Jo 25 wo/cj§ ... .7| ?6 to 30 words 90 3) to 35 words ........... 1.05 ^6 to -40 word,s ),?Q 41 lo 45 words 1,35 46 to 50 words ..,„ J.55 3 Tim* im 1.80 2.10 2-40 3-9! 1-59 I.QQ 2.5Q 300 3,50 4-00 4-5Q Qne Month 4.§P 6.00 7-5Q §-PO 3,Q,5Q 12.00 ' 15.00 One of the strangest of all trees is the banyan, a member of the mulberry family and & native ot India. Such a treo ' may have as many as 350 large trunks, besides thousands, of i smaller ones,, It mny grow to a height o£ 100 feet and coyer a Tj'ide .area<. A; banyan» has beeti known to shelter 7,000 men at one time. The Hindus -regard the tree as-sacred. • © Encyclopedia TJrUnnntca BINDING—This,is the official badge for North Africa's newest ': self-governing nation — Nor th r "e'rn Nigeria. Called the Northern Knot, it will appear :on official documents, robes of office and government property of the former British possession starting in March, 1959. TWINKLE. TWINKLE - A tiny newcomer is tracing its path across the endless reaches of the solar system. Added to the nine planets of the sun is the Russian cosmic" rocket, the Lunik, Chart shows present location. Scientists say its long, egg-shaped orbit will Jseep its path between i Venus and Mars until years hence when it will burn up on return to earth. ' ' :•• - . V.' -•'>'' ' f^V-^:• r»'j '•; 'fV^rm^^-^im'^ -••"'» - * •' '•' A- 1 \< •',">,- '-t, *,./'x 'ri~ t f>^&,K^''^siSm •~ , - •) -' . ', V, „'•',.",»"•,•., if ' J - - VtA* v^* 1 '*-" ^ ™Jfl '-' - ^ ,'i, *-* t'- r " y r^-1^^- >> ' <i *'^r ; ;^,,,..,, ^,^_..i¥i| u ^MiMfe:-;M: •T'WTr-BW-*<r - - .«*•,-«••.- ^•«MSSlTIGCi' *%C1S : ,, ^ '% mm^-. " i J4 __ ( ( -^ j ^ , , t J ( j * J "" T •;> y * ' f* ' '" " 'f ** i ^ ^ -s. WtJS MUST, fig 'IN OFFICE DAY BEFORE PUSUCATION — 'PHONE 7*3431 FOft AD TAklft ' ' J Basketball INATIONAL, BASKETBALL ASSN, 'By fHE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wednesday Results Boston 122, New York 112 t. Louis 114, Detroit 108 Syracuse 110, Philadelphia 104 Thursday Schedule New York-Philadelphia at Syracuse Minneapolis at Syracuse Friday Schedule ston at Philadelphia Syracuse at St. Louis Minneapolis-Cincinnati at Charlotto. COLLEGE BAKETBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PtlESS North Carolina 72. N&C. Slain 03 -tot) Wake Forest 88. SSulh Carolitn f)S Pohn 87, Columbia 74 Virginia Tech hi, D;ivkison 70 LaSallc 70, Syracuse 7~l T'lmple B4. Delaware 4R S.t Josephs (P«) 82, St. Framcis (Pat fifi Maryland 61, Georgetown (DCi 53 N;ivy 82, Brandcis 39 Mercer Of). Georgia 1)2 Dayton GO, Xavie'r (Ohio) RC . Washington (St. Louis) 58, Regis 57 BASKETBALL SCORES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS College Arkansas State (52, Delta State 52 High School Waldo 7<j, Magnolia 48 Camden Lincoln 57, El Dorado Washington 48 Likes Both the Rifleman and By WILLIAM EWALD United Press Interntional NEW YORK fUPD— The Riflo- man and Naked City stand back to back on 'the Tuesday night ABC-TV schedule, n is rjuitr- fit- tins therefore that they shouJd face in different directions Both shows, as I said back on Sept. 30 when they bowed in. are respectable additions to the TV catalogue. The Rifleman is a Western of gOocUmanncr-i and or- casinal penetration. Naked City is a c-ops and rp6bc;rs piece, photographed in New York, and possessor of a keen eye for the city's frumpish disunion. ;Fuch is set in a period following one of tho two great-- traumas Ur.s nation hub undergone — tlio Civi,!' War and the. Great Depression — and each carries the scars of these experiences. 'However, there is a sharu difference in the altitude 'of each sho-v. The Uifleman, liko nuist good Westerns, has a feeling of unbounded space built into it. The horizon seems unlimited and he dpes the potential of each lif-3. Tha Western is a container for ihn American dream. And therein, ]ies its e^eat attraction — it reas- rureu us. In Naked City, the duonm has been shattered. The peoplo ot Naked City feel a terribjo neetl for space, for , freedom. They aro lleminod in, squeezed. Th.jy talk about touching the sky. "Mcima, all my life f'v-a livod ui-der a rug ••- like dust," is the wny one charactor Tuesday nighl put it. And the people in Naked C.ty bveak out in -'the ono way they know how— through violence- Despite their differences in attir tude — one rooted in the myth, the oilier faced with- the loss of tin- myth -— the two shows do meet on one c.omfnpn ground, For want of a better word, I'll enll that ground compassion, The hero of The Riflaman, (t former Union officer, feels a deep conce-ii for binding up t'?o v/ouncls cp.u«t"d by hatred, 'stupidity, intolerance, He carries >vithir him the built of the winner. Tuesday night, for t sample, the plot cantered ground q maimod Confederate vit- eran, horribla ',11 appeprancc, du - bious in characte.- "I can't stfinj to look at him," '.ried (he hero's pon. "N(.i<i]er pun ], sop.' r'.pljeu the her», 'iyvhieh joeans wev« in vv.i^e shape thun he 'is." This, I would say, is sovivtl cuts iiunve the usup.1 TV R'K'h Within Naked City, charily also is frequently the note struck. U iKEs that r.(jt all juyenilo WILL TRAVEL.-Fearin? the full-dress unifofru of Admiral of the Fleet, Prince, Philip js resplendent in decorations. PhotQ was released in connee* tip4 with Ws world tour, beginning fan. 20. Decorations include Garter Collar, JEfcdge of the Grand Master o| the Qrder of the British Empire (arouad "" wasW, Gartw Star (belovjf , Ippce is si symptom' of something am of joint, that Hfs isn't merely a matter of the goocl guys versus the bjd guys. And although its plots are usuajly thlfi, sorrovv and pity wash over its flesh. It . IHCVS up to the human condition, unlike other slicker action shows Jik,e, say, Peter Qua n or 7? Sunset The Ghgnnel §wim: NBC-TV's pne hour Phi} Harris special on Feb. 6 wiil star Dea,n Mkriiri, lei- ty Button spci AJjcp F.aye. Age- TV wil irevawe another Western a Tpmbstone Terrijory, !n Jpte March, probably i« a Friday night spot. Jack Webb's TV firm jg ready- iflg a newspaper gt-rJe? with s> S!an. Francisco b a c k g r u u n d, "TJ>e B^ack Cat" — iht test Dim will be sjiot in Mdixh. Jeannie Carson, 12dna gust an,i Janet Munn^ have jpjned John Kcrr in the C;A.SI of "perkelcy Squure," a 90-mtnute I^BC-TV HalUitd^ Hall «f F»mu ftrania , icl f,, r F( , b 5 A p enny fJLoodman o»e hour special will (be by C3^']'V April 10. Funeral Direcfors Ambulance 'Service Burial "Association OAKCftfiST f U^ERAL HOME Dial Ptl 7-2143 20-lm-c Wanted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and ov'er. Apply at Hope Star Office, iLOOAL a.'gent to sell the famous White Cross plan issued by Bankers Life and Casualty Co. Leads furnished. Write P.O. Box 5550' OJ- Phone TE 8-9343, Camden, Ark. I-mo-c Found BROWN and white part bird dog. Call Doc .Rogers at 7-5510. 15-ltc .Lost- CHINESE CHOW In Stewart Feed Co. Call 7-"2362, Reward. • • l5-3tp •The schedule of Soliinar 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 thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Maior Minor Malor Thursday 10:20 4:05 10:40 4:30 Friday 11:05 4:50 11:20 5:10 Saturday 11:50' 5:35 5:55 Sunday 12:05 6:20 12:35 6:40 Community Esther Hicks Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day He is our friend who loves more than admires us, and would aid us in our great work — Canning. Calendar Of Events Church Conference Rev. J, S. Mongan, pastor ot Bethel AiME Church is asking all members of the church to be present Thursday, Jan 15 at 7 p.m. The Charmetts Social Clu'b will meet in the home of Mrs. Arthur- line Bradford on the Rocky M'ounc] Road Thursday, Jan. 15 at 7:30 ip.m. All mem/bers are urged to toe present, 'Family 'Night will be observed at BeiBee -Memorial OM'E Church 'Friday night, Jan, 16 at 7)30 p.m. 'Guest speaker will be Rev. F. R. Williams, pastor of Garrett Chapel Baptist Church, i'he public 'is invited. The Southwest District Congress (Chorys will appear <at Blevins Training School, 'Blevins, Sunday Jan. 18 at 7:30 .p.m. The public is invited to attend. Ailment Forces Graham to Rest ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP)— An eye ailment will force Billy Graham to take a months rest and then curtail his -future activities, says the evangelist's personsi physieian, 'Dr Kenneth Qie.ser of Chicago, Dr', Gieser said Wednesday iuf»ht he and Mayb Clinic , specialists. had confirmed that Graham was suffering from a spastic swelling of blood vessels back of the rgUns of the left ey?, cutting sight ot •that eye by- about 50 per cent. f5rad,y WUson, a Gra.harn, asso, ciate, said the minister wouicl tiike the reft ordered by the doctors after Remaining here the rest of this week for further exartiiiiii!' tion gnd treatment. Wjlson s§id the' eysngejist was gtill planning nn the Austvaliavi revival crusade, with its start set back to Feb. 13. Where Graham would spend the month's rest has jiqt been decided. from four l.egit sh.ows on that street this Saturday •- The Music M«rn TJie World of Su?-io Won.§, Whop^Up an4 The 'Flower Prum Sprig. Chsnces aiv string thfit JfBiC-TY's Omuiibus will 're<! vivo its five-part Abe l-i^culn series (n 9 ti4escr4>er| yersion for its Fejj, J show- ^daip West Inu signed to star m- "I5o'c HoUiday." » WfSlcin fcc.«f fie? that ABC-TV n Mmusic!} in ' '\VjJ.Ue," ahMth^r pj-oposud AJ.lCr TV series wbii'A stars R i> b e r t Mot so. will h4V« its test 'film il.j'l OA Jan. 20. The sponsor of the re- ci.-nt ABC-TV Art C?rney-P«4cr and the World special has sighed, ot) for three more specials on the network. For Sale ALUMINUM screens, doors,, storm Windows, weather . stripping; 1m sulatlon, roofing, awnings, guttering; ornamefital railing, Freg estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone 9-t£ 3 SMALL tracts of land near 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 pLDS four door. A-i Condition. New tires, radio and heater. $495 Will arrahge financing, Call 72467. ' 2-tf IBOJS D'A'RC posts at my farm near -Oakhaven. L, J. Hampton. PR 7-4932. 13-6tp 12 ROOM Duplex. Immediate possession. Price $300.00 Call Mrs. Futrell, PB 7-3471. , ,15r3tc ,- WANt-AD'RAtES "•' !< ••, rrf s:-, "All Waht Ads oM poyob'iS in', Advance but ods will be accepted • over the telephone' and acoowodd-,' tlon accounts allowed with the understanding the account- Is payable when statement Is rendered.' D1iN«HSrG room suit in excellent condition, Call after 6 p.m. Phpne 7-2043, . .- . ., . 15-3tc Notice WE Buy - We Sell .r W REAL,ESTATE,. ' .Ft, D. FRAl<nCLIN;COMBAIinr .A. P. Deloney,, Manager Howard Collier, Salesman VJ-V MOVING? Long Distahcc Call Col- lpct'592. Fre<i EStliiiateB, Lower Rates. Have Vans — Will Travel PRESeOTT THANSFEB 8TOBAGW CO. PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS 1B-U BARHAM•-.,. Brothers House Movers, insured and free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Gale, Arkansas. ' 21-1 Mo. LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf- Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. • 8-lmoc died several hours after the accident. All were residents of Groesbeck. .apartment. Dial 73791, !> :Middlebrooks Grocery. 14-3tp UPSTAIRS furnished apartment. 3. large,-rooms with .private bath. 203 High St. Phone . 7-3174. » 14-3tc Wanted to Buy D'RY peas of all kinds. Hare's Sped Store. 7-tf 'GROCERY store or service station or combination. Either in city or neighborhood location. Write Box K, c/o Hope Star. Hope, Ark. l'2-6tp Services Offered LET us renovate your old mattress. We specialize In preeaurl- zed innersprlng. COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4th. Phone 7-21523 RALPH Montgoine.ry Market, custom slauRhtertng. We'have meat for ypur deep freeze. See us be lore ,bu.f1ni!!.' "" w-tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd. L E. Booth, Phone PR 7-8695. - GOOD bargains. Buy, sell, trade or refinish your furniture at my shop. Paul Dudney, Washington, Arkansas, 23'-l*n>c POWER Saw man for removal of trees, stumps and etc. FOr free' estimate call 7-4052, SOrl-mo^c REGISTERED Landraoe Bog.r service. Contact Cy Hones, Blevins Arkansas. li"^I.P Reo! Estate for Sole Chpice of the Country Gentlemen A home set apart by its charm, on 7 1 4 acres of landscaped shady ground, 2 bedrooms, Ijy* ing room, dining room, kitchen with pantry and built-ins, large 35' x 27' pine paneled den, ati tached garage, air co.ndjtion window units, Jyst a_bput ppjv feet in every way, located, ori U. S. Highway #67. east. The' Monts country home. Call us for particulars and to see this lovely home. FQSTiR REALTY COMPANY . Hope. Arkansas Phone FRospect 7. 2 WAITRESSES, Ar/oly at Dla, mond Cafe, PR 7-34?0. 30-tf EXTRA winter bills? ~Be gn Av.oji R»presontative. Start earning substantial income immodiatply. Represent Avon in a convenient in- 'Uhborhood territpjfy. We traiji you Oiue.nniKs ' in Bqis d'Arc Township (M«Nab ?njd Fulton), Jtfdland Township (MoCaslsiJH and peRoiuio Township, Oar necessary. Wwty Avon, B.ox 377 Hot Springs, Ark., Qive djrectiofls tp hume. ' )A kidney co^itanis a million I WAITRESS. "wiaTt $2Q liny parts eaJled "nepliruus," responsibly aftur two weeks. gnc,e r?quirfd, Apji in .Satjwda.y. " ' Number Of Words Up to IS 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 M 35 36 tb 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One Day .45 .60. .75 .90 J.OS 1.70 1 35 1 50 .Three Days .90 1.20 1 50 1.BO 2.10 2-40 770 300 •Six' Days 1.50' 200 -2.50 , 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 .5.00 Ons Month' 4.50 6.00 - 7.5fe • 9,05* fo,so 12.00 13.SO 15.00 1 time 3 times 6 times CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I „...,.,., 80e per Inch : ....... >...„„• 65ii. per-'.'lnch, .......... ,;..'.. 'iSSe. per inch; •», i Rates quoted above " ore for con' / secutive Insertions. Irrecjular or ,skic '. dale ads wiil toko the orie-clay rate, j All daily classified adverHsing.cop.y^f will be accepted until 5 'p.ml forjjt pubKcatjo" fip following day. ' ' • f Tine. publisher reserxos the t^ght.to j revise or edii al 1 advestisempnfs of '> fered for. pubtidatjon and . to > reject \ any object ionablo advertising " sub- * rftlttea 1 . " " ••••>'•, «»« Initials of one 'Or njore letters, * groups of fiaiires, ,surh 'as hoUse'or telephone niimbers count ds one word. ,, The Hope Star 'wlif hof (tijpfpon- ^ ' slble for errorV jq Wanf Ads 'unless* errors aro called to nuir ^attention qftor FlftST insertion of-ad and ttien for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7- 343 1^' Hop's Star' Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 ' Consolidated January 18, 1929 , Published £verv weekday .afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING,CO.' Wrs. C, E. Palmer,", President Alex, H. Woshburn, Sccy-Tres, ' at The Star Building 212-14 South Wa'nut Street Hope, Arkansas * Alex. H. Washburn, Editor'& Publlshei Paul H. Jonos, Managing * Editor Dona! Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W.' Hosmer, Moeh. Supr. Entered as second class matter at the Post, Qffico of Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Memoer "of the Audit Bureau. of Circulations Subscription hafss (payable in advano'j) By carrier in Hope and neighboring towns. — Per week ,., ................. „. , „ „ S .30 Per yeqr ............................ i ' By mall In Hemp-itead, Nevada, A LaFayette, Howard, and Mi'ler Counties — , , ' *« One month ............ I... 5,,.., ..... $t7,B5 < Three months .,.„ ........ f. ......... <,' jl,85 Six 'months ., .....1 . „,!.>,?. ...... 13.50 ^ One year . ,_,...., ........... ; ...... ,6.50'^ ""All other moll — .* ^ .",,?; One month ................ , ..... , ..... 1.30 Three months ..... .'..... ............. 3.90 Six months ................ ',...,„,. '7,80 One year ........................... ,.,„ 15,60 Hat'l Advertising Representative]: Arkansas Dallies, lm:,< 1602 Ster|rk ' Bldg, Memphis 2, V«'Hn.; 505 Texas Bank Bldg., Dallas t. 'Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago I, III.; 60 E, 42nd St., Now York 17, N. Y.; 1763 £ Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, ' Mich.,' ™ Terminal Bldg., Oklci'iotno City 2, 'f Ok'lo. ' • - !!,Member of The AMoclated f rent The Assqciated Press Is entitled exclusively to* (He use for republlcatlon of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. SPATES FLORIST 308 So, Spruce • PROMPT DELIVERY • Phone 7-2426 All Hours ROACH - HUGHES |Agto « Fir? • UTe 4,CmHnlty 108 E, 3rd, Phone 7-4681 ^ Hope, ArK. ' | WANTED TO BUY Pine Pulpwogo by TrucH Load Cut !n Woods PP oth?rwli«s, HARQUP H1NPRIK 'PHope. PR 7-4381 4 MATTRlSIIS Rebuilt or Made Jnte lnnp^ is, BAYIS Msftrtii Ct, Herndon-Cornelm? l Hpme qn$ gyrlgl Association ,. * ' TwQ-Y/Qy Air LOCAL MOVING

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