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•fc«< ' in Sports _ ROCK, Ark. lastvfiight' launched its 'ail of Panle, Installing Members before a packed of more than 500 in Arkan largest'i banquet room. 'tff'.Ghdsen-'frbnv'a list of 20 nomi- .,feriees 'Whldh', itt • titrn was rigidly j&:pH\ned from the lengthy roster of '|-Arkansas-sports luminaries were 1 fjffilif .Dickey, -all-time great 'fcfitcher and. coach of the NPW ' Votk -Yankees. - V^JihiVlLea Howell successful i»of-<the New York Giants, ,^ |iv ...« last season guided his club SJ'/to.!ah Eastern Division champion*^->ft-' '- •"-- National Football one of the top basketball for ; . in .the *!* League, ' .•iff," vHazp'l Walker, or f'fStars',-in Women's , fejj' th'e* past 25 yenrS, ( 9 * sl '' 1 "' T '''an Grove, beloved head coarh iny Hendrix College, a Metho- > . 1 - l ., r _,/schooL at nearby Conway, for "j$ nrb.fe'tKaii"3p. years. ^''^lAndVwVar;' Schonover'J one, of- '•.tnjsi .University' of" Arkansas' all-time "standout -fdotball 'players., % ^I^Tickets -to the-.installation'^baa- '""•ouet,\Vere sold''ofit-'Jthe' first'- day; \ey" v£ert;Joffered^ to' 1 members of '•-Arkansas HallTof r , Fame, Ino., ^organization 'which initiated Miss - Walker still' plays seven nights a* ''week from October lo May. with Her oWti bnrfnstdrmhig; team, which meets ' and bents men's teams ,lif alt .states'., She first began playifig basketball at Asndown Hight Sehdot in 1930, SchoortoVet' IS krtowrt in, Arkah- sns as the unlVersltV's first All America. Mb Was niimed to> ft team picked, by sportswritpr Grantlnhd Rice , in 1929. Schoon* over,, how a Washington, 0. C., businessman, also was nnfnocl to all Southwest Conference teams in basketball and. track, Schoonovcr Was introduced by George Cole v how University of Arkansas assistant coach but a teammate of the Pocuhontns Rti> tiVe's during his playing days. • "They talk a lot about desire in sports.' said Shoohovor. "Let me tell you how Conch Francis Schmidt created desire at Arkarf' sas. "On road -trips, those who Were regulars gdt to sleep in an Upper berth alone. Subs doubled Up in the lower berths to save • money, That gave Us terrific desire to be regulars'." Howell was introduced by Glen Rose, noW Arkansas head basketball coach Who> was freshman coach when Howell arrvied at the university in 1933. Howell; "with' little high school sports background, developed into .a standout in^bqth basketball and football' at the university and later played' with Hhe '-Giants' before joining the coaching- staff., i'I, was, thinkingr'abolit^be,- .' _' ^i«rf_u' i 'asked' <rl1 "« 6R ACIAS/SINOR -' ___ t f I doubt % if'\we could Rave 5M./selected >flve " who" are more . rep- gUj- rese ? ntatiwe." • , ' » ** ' '•*"'•-.are' natives except Grove a resident in 1924. he-cast his coaching lot r ._. drix after turning down '-bin' offer' to"1beco*me an 'assistant > V'vto' theLfabled Fielding Yost at Jf-Michigan. ^"fu^^Grove;. a* 16-letter man at Knn ^'1- dalU.Cpllege now Tulsa Univer^i- *t,' tyj' received a mail sack contain- Yf ijig^more-, than 700, letters from > •*.'former,!- players and students '£?£ Heridfix. • ^ ';*;"There "is""no man in Arkansas .|j. ,"4port's.,who is^.i>ettar-loVed,," said ^',''"iBqots ) J-Goleman T< J.daLpy, owner who trnder^Grove- in the lat \yh'a^{he;'lho'ught r abou^"''it;-"'/'Ho\VfeJL IqaieL'. "H.e"' told,.me\to. slay.'-odtf.of.' 'th'e/profession..But later jie releht- cd. and 1 told-me he 1 wouldn't" swap this coaching career, for any, other 'job'and I.feel the"same way. now,',' Joe Gargiola' of St, Louis, base- all broadcaster for the Cardinals; ervcd as toastmaster, ^f5'f^mpr!.e~"y7oung""people in the r}gh ''•> *airectiort jthan any' other-man-! J\ n*^^ c .. „ Stephens', millionaire "Lit , _..:k investment broker and jf^aSJongtime' friend of:-Dickey's, in <^ r ,-,tt'o|duced < the 'fee-Yankee;.as "a'man ?,;'-wlig ii'ates jo^lbse:','* *" B5-'"- f SK'T i T'v,= 'dpivirigt'necessity 'to win Dickey^ what -he' becameT 1 ;r>''"This > ;'drive" dOTO .fame he,has playec f^'fronai baseball, to checkers,' 1 ' ^v^vBilly-LOunaway;. who coached 3'"| MisSI Walker during the prime of ^'''Ij^Ji '^career, - said^ she. "always 0'/,worked.T. .liliej a- -"ro'okie- trying to tli>'ni'akef»:,the team.'r evca after she ;x,siSA» ueen 1 named' 10\times to'the Basketball MATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSN By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Syracuse 111', Minneapolis 105 Philadelphia 95; New York 91 yracuse 111, Mnineapolis 103 Friday Schedule Boston, at Philadelphia' Syracuse at St. .Louis Minneapolis-Cincinnati at Charotte Saturday Schedule Cincinnati at New York Philadelphia at Detroit Sunday Schedule St. Louis at Boston (afternoon- V) New York at Syracuse Detroit at Cincinnati Philadelphia at Minneapolis . , ,By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Virginia 86, Duke 67 George Washington 79, VMI 63 Utah 76, New Mexico 50 Denver 66, Montana's-62' Villahova 101, Brandeis 7 Florida 85. Maimi (Fla) 70 'ADS MUSf 6E IN Off\tt bAY BWORI PUBLICATION i, %»• Funeral Directors PRES By THE i'ASSOCIATED College Arkansas College 74. Hendrix 48 Arkansas •S?;- m j^women's All America team. A&M 60" • l&rt ' _. £_ __*'_,'_•-' > V , > - Te ( ch 04,- Arkansas Atkinson/ Leading Jockey, to Quit,, NEW YORK (AP)—Ted Atkinson, one of the world's top jockeys, said today he ss'as retiring from'riding' on the udviee of his doctor; The Canadian-born jockey, who returned Thursday from Miami for -treatment of a chronic scro- iliac, said, he may accept a "position .as la' racing" - cffinial 'at -.-th(. New Y.ork tracks. Atkinson said he conferred' with Dr. Alexander Kaye", chief surgeon at Physicians' Hospital and also the doctor for* the Jockey Guild and was advised to give up racing, Atkinson, fourth among all jock- AD QRDER ' The Quick and Inexpensive Way To Do Business -'JISSTROCTfONS:. Rut your Class!fjed-^d Words in Squares Below ; ','^.f. o"tie,\ivord ,to)the, t 'square, Put the'; number of days'iyou want .. : -' '.yduf.'Ad to ryh in square at;bottom; Trjen figure your cost, EXAMPLE: 15 words runs 3 days,,. 90c — 6 days ., 1.50 British Champ Hastily Takes the Challenge NEW YORK (AP) — Ar VIoore, as adept at publicity as k e c - i n e, his world lightheavy veight, title, flung a a c'Kallengc^a England's -two top "hqavyweigh'H' today.' ' To-back it up he offered $150,000! to Henry Cooper who earlier this week outpointed' Brian London for ihe British heavyweight champion- dms Here .&&* '.• , • . ffomght & * * Hope Senior and- Junior boys journey to Cross'ott far -a couple oT games tonight and will stay for another, pair Saturday in conference vtay- ^However, two games are slated otf the local court starting; at 7 p.hi. Teams from Guernsey will come to JoncSi Field House for contests with the local Junior Varsity boys and the Senior girls. Buchholz Is Beaten in Australia •„, By WILL GRIMSLEY .^Associated Press Sports-Writer ADELAIDE (Ap> — Earl Buch- holx., of St. Louis,, acclaimed the world's outstanding junior, became the first n-.njoi 1 casu»lty oC (he - Australian National Tennis Championship today. And then in ;a 'fit of depression . said he may 7|uil'the game. 'Eater, after cooling' off a bit. he amended the threat to say "I would like to knock off for six months and get back in the right .frame of mind." The unpredictable lB-ypa.r-.old Missourian, listless and lacking in fire, fell before Neil Gibson, nn- T'a'nked Australian in a second- refund match, on the Memorial firi.vc courts. The score was R-0, 6-4. 1-6, 6-1. jjli was a miserable day Cor the lean crowci.lt American. He acci '••de'ntally cracked his best two rackets. He served 24 double- faults. He held his violent temper, but in doing so appatcntly lost his fight and determination. IfiAt the intermission, trailing two sets to one, Buchholz was • summoned from the dressing room to ftie stands and given a pep talk jy Perry Jones, captain of the United States Davis Cup team. Jones remi'ded iBuchholz of. his Obligation to the U. S. Lawn Tw- •V.is /.Assn. which spent about $5.000 •to'.sohd- the boy to Australia and exhorted him "don't think of yourself. Think of the association, St. Louis and your family back home." Buhh'olz told" his captain that lie had no heart fbc the game and perhaps he should give it up. i"I can't play my best because I am always blowing' my top," lie Ambulance Service Burial Association OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME Dial PR 1*2123 204m-e Wan fed to Buy ' peas oi all kihds. Hare's Seed Store, 7-tf GROO'E'HV store or service station or 1 ' combination. Either in c,ity or neighborhood location. Write Box K, c/o Hope Star. Hope Ark.' , For Salt ALUMINUM screens, do&rs, stofm windows, Weather * ''stripping,' lft« gulatlott, roofing, .awnings» gut» tering, orriamental, railing. Free estimates, Andy Andrews, £h6ne •/-58B7. < 9-tf 3 SMALL tracts of land near town suitable for chicken farms. 80 acres timber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark, See Ralph Satmders or Phone 7-4001, '51 OLDS four door. A-l Condition, New tires, radio and heater, $495 Will arrange financing. Call 72487. 2-tf (BOBS D'A'RC posts at my farm near Oakhaven. L. J. Hampton PR, 17-4932. 13-Gtp The schedule'of'Soitinar Periods, as printed, below, has been taken from',John'Alden' Knight's Solunar Tables. Plan, your days so that you will.be flshing,ln good territory or-hunting in good'cover, during these','times; 1 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 hi regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. 12 ROOM Duplex. Immediate poS session, Price $500.00 Call Mrs. FUtrell, PR 7-3471. " |5-3tc ' - WANT'AD-RATES f ^ All' Wonf Ads. a.»e payab'e in advance but ods,\W!ll, be oeciipfedi j ^oy^f the telephone and ae^moao' tioh accounts,dllowfid with the-on- ; Jd«fortd!ng the aceaufit is payable whftn statement Is tendered. Number f Words' Up fa IS -tbjSO! 4o 25 26 to 30 31 ta 33',, 1.05 36 tb 40 1.20 41 ta 45' 1.3S 46 ta 56, t t,50 6ne Three Day Days ,45 .90 .60,. 1.20 , .75. 1.SO ,90 1 .? 2.10 2.40 2.70 301 Six Days 1.50 200 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 450 5.00 On* Manth 4.50 6.00 7.50 , 900 10.50 12.00 13.50 Jk 15.00 V DINING room suit in excellent condition. Call alter 6 p.m. Phone 7-2943, 15-3tc COTJDSPOT refrigerator, practically new, • has frozen food com- part, egg rack, butler "cooler, vegetable crisper, door, shelves. Will sell cheap. 'Also, good used * cllXSSIFIED DISPLAY 1. time- 1 .„.!..... i *.. 80« P B ' l . nc t 3 times 65e per Inch 6 times ; i... -55c per inch Rates quoted abave are far con secutlve Insertions.'. Irregular or sklc date ads will take tHet one-day rate. All-daily classified advertising copy will bo acecofed until 5 p.m. for publication, the following day. The publisher reserves the right to revise or edit al 1 advestisemonts of / fered for publication and to reject V any objectionable advertising submitted. , L < Initials of one or mere letters, grouos of fmures, surn as house or teleohone numbers count as one word, The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Wont Ads unless errors aro rnllpd to our attention after.FIRST Insertion of ad and then for'ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. gas range, Singer sewing- mq' - pUQNE' PROSPECT 7-3431 M-,1™ H-onrllr, ivmo nndibedroom rnv^iNU. rixv.'oi i-v- chine, treadle tyipe and bedroom suite, all at bargain, prices. Call Donal Parker, Prospect 7-3431. A. M. P.M. ONE 'RCA Whirlpool Air Conditioner, one ton unit. 3 years old. 220 Volts. One Frigidaire Imperial electric clothes drier. 220 volts. 4 months old. $150. Call 7-4580; '16.-3tp Minor Maior Minor Ma lor N|EW - 2 bedroom home. Tile bnth. Hope Star o Star"'of Hope 1899,' Presi 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 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 Central heat on shady lot. By owner. Call PR 7-3485. 16-tf; ship. f "I s^e. where Cpoper wants $140,000 to" fi'gnt Floy'cT Patterson, for the world title," ageless/Archie declared' at the Boxing : Writers' Assn. , annual dinner, 'said Jones counselled that a long rest might do Buchholz good, that he must conquer this temper and cultivate a- better attitude before ho can reach greatness, Bi|hholz Rlans to continue; in junior tournament. ,'jThe defeat of Buchholz left three Members of the U. S. -Davis Cup "I'll do better for him," asserted team still in the fight. All schc-c!- Archie. "I'll give -him. $150,000 lo fight,, me. •What's more I'm willing to fight not only Coopar, hut London a week apart to establish mysolf as the- rightful- contender, for the. heavyweight title." Moore, who received the Edr ward J, Neil award as the fighter of. the year for 1038, didn't mention Sweden's Ingemar Johansson, but it probably was just an oversight-. Moore had a crack at the heavy crown back in 19,56, but was knocked out by Pettevson in five rounds, "il didn't look so good in that fiijlit," acknowledge^ Archie. "I was willing to w/iit in line, but now—." ' uled-to play Saturday for the-.right to, enter the round of 16. Alejt Olmcdo, Peruvian hero of the Davis Cup Chal- Round, faces .Wayne Reid, rAuusutralia, SSBarry MncKay, 'Doyton, Ohio, plays Queensland junior Ken Fletcher and Chi'is t Crawt'oril, Piedmont, Calif,, meets ' .Barry PhiUips Moroe, Australia, Cqmpi Says He Qam bled and Lost BUFFALO; N. Y. (AP) — Lou Chmpl is philosophical about his 299' game in the All Star Bowling Tournament, here Thursday: "1 just igambled and T lost," smiled the Durnont, N. J., ace, 'Campi .had- tossed eleven perfect strikes) -'before the laist bull hit the headpin Cull and; lelt the 3-pin intact, 'U was just trying to make sure J hit', the headpin, I made up niy mind -I .would try to come in- a little tighter than usual. I just put a little to 1 much on it, I guess." Campi ought to-be something of an. expert on 300 games Hu has rolled nineteen perfect stan/as, including the last peerless game in the All Star. Despite: his, scoring; splash, Campi was . only seventh in the 1C- man finals field. Bob Hitt, . SOryear-old milkmmi Irom Livonia, Mich., \vas, leading ho parade with a point total of 2rOl, Hitt had, won U of 16 games. owning 3,551 pins, Hitt's 220-203-245-278— 046 third- iPimd foray was the major mgre- lent in his race to the top of the itanding board, The end of the first day, of the inals found- defending champion Notice WE Buy - W« SeU - W« R«nt REAL ESTATE B. D..FKA11KLIN COMPAITT A. P. Deloney, Manager Howard Collier, Saleiman 'Published everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E.' Palmer, President Alex. H. Wosttburn, Seey-Tref, at The Star Building J12-14 South Wolnut Street Hope, Arkansas f ^ MOVING? Long Distance Call Collect 592, Free Eftimate*, Loww Rates. Have Van§ — Will- Travtl PHESCOTT TRARSFBB Alex. H: Woshburn, Editor & Publlshsi Paul H, Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Mech. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Pjist Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. STORAGE CO. PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations It-tl BAR-HAM Brothers House Movers. Insured and free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Gale, Arkansas. 21-1 Mo. Subscription Ftotss (payable In advansn) Q By carrier in Hope and neighbsring towns — Per week ? .30, Per year IS 60 For Rent Dpn Carter of plnce, with 75-24 points. Othcj nernbors of Carter's team, tho national champion JSudweisors, vere faring better, NAME. No. of 9eyi A4 U To Run (K-i NO; aipendMqi! PNONi LONDON CAP) — Jim Wicks, manager 01 British Heavyweight Champion 1 Henry 'Cooper, said' today he had' cabled Archie Moore cccepting an unusual guarantee of $15Q;OdO. The fight would .be in ' London, probably in Juno At the Boxers \Vriters 'Assn. dinner in Nfiw Yprk TJiuysday night Moore said he would give Cooper ?150,000), "If Moore guarantees us the 50,000 pound? then the fight is on," Wicks said. "It qoul4 then take pluce jn London in. June and with this money already in the bank Floyd Patterson or possibly one. with Jn§emar Johw.-:,.<i| o_f den. Figures Win £treak Best for Nerves By DON \VEISS Associated. Press Sports Writer Jack Gardner, the sometimps excjteablR Utah basketball coaoh who swips two nuarters of. niilk n Kame to soothe his hurts, h,as a much more njensant remedy tn- d.ay— a tidy winnine Rtreak. an f}rst place in the Skyline Confer* enoe. "•"The JJtes" string went to five and their conference record tr 3'0 Thursday n'eh,t in n 7fl»50 nin,P of New . eyes m u . , t . number of victories WitV) a corp of brawn and heieM o) the covert, Rardner nrobahly ha tfjg' auiptes,t stomach singe ho bagged his last Skyline title three seasons a so, jgince the ronsnlation finals of the EGAC Holiday Festival in York j* st on ^ the Utc« f Louis in 10th LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955; 8-lmoe died several hours after the accident. All were residents of Groesbeck. By mall In Hemp-rtoad, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and Mi'ler Counties — On* month ..... .,. .................. * -JJ Three months ..... .. ............... '••> Six montht .............. 3 - J °' One year ....................... '• so All other moll — One month Three months ........................ 3.90 Six months One year 15.60 Not'l *eprei«nfeHye»: -apartment. Dial. 7.- 379U Middlebro'oks Grocery, 14-3tp UPSTAIRS furnished apartment. 3 large room's with private bath. 203 High St. Phone 7-3174, , 14-3tc Wanted Hope Star route open 1 for boys , 12 years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office, fifth, respectively, The Fal- sta.l'f team _ot St, t,qi)is, also had a front runner in Bill Welu, Falstaff Captain Bu?z Faxzio was in 12th place with toqmmato! Harry Smith in 13th, ' t M avion Ladewig took the feminine lead with 40-17 points, reflecting" a Q'2 record and a pinfall of l',717. Two Gomes in Southwest League Ploy , v two, gam?S, that will playecj tonight qught to help br up the five^way tie lor second place Jn the Southwest Conference Basketball race, Texas Christian has the lead a,U o ttseU with q VO conference rec' But Avkansas, Texas A&M, Here's How You Figure Your Total Cost... 1 Time 3 Times 4 Tims? ©n§ Month Up tS 1$ wor^? ......... ?.. ,4§ 14 tg 20 wor<te «--.. ...„. .^0 y r<? 25 W9fd5 ......... 75 26 tg 3Q words ............. 90 IMS' 3-QO suffered severe Injuries in a spi« have been vin g inf g in chamnion. ' ' p H ' 4 last year, 'After resung until tnf». Tropical park nieating in Florida, f 0rm he returned to forced, him to quit. 1e is $ owns a swank 22iacre horse on , dnndy soohf> . palr l more flipped in 18 points as Utah and, 4.0Q 41 13-10 Sayn . at a 46.6 per cent pace against Mexico. Carney Ci'islep anc| Rhead. two others who ^ bench onlv three weeks ago iive helped the Utes m the von- Srence face. ,penver, with George Do Ros scoring in an' and Bob Qrinstead }B, downed Montanq otfver Skyline- same', and Virginia its first Atlantic Coast Con- game in, seven tiies, as {*§ul 'A4kins scoretj 24 points and 6-j, 2^ft-poun4 S«sch added 20. Washington had a 54-5 percent PC in Military 79-S3 Southern ]\f e thodist, ' Teeh and' Baylor are jammed wp in the seponcl spot wiUi 2-? mar.ljs. Rice and Te^s are trailing will 1-3 each, Tonight's schedule sends Texas .0 meet Texus ASfM 3t College Station and Baylor to tangle \vitl ive at Houston. Tomorrow nigh,i Texas Tecl played host to, pace-setter TCU Texas takes on Baylor at Wuc< Monday night before all teams take tirne out to concentrate en exams. Arkonsas Dallies, IlK,, 1602 Sterlrk Blda. Memphis 2, T«W1.; 505 Texas Bank Bldg., Dallas V, Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave,, Chicago 1 , III.; 60 E 42nd St., New York V!',, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscor Bldq., Det-o't ?-, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklo'iomq City 2, Okla. ' Mtmber of The Awbeloted Preii! The (Associated* Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcatlon of a|l the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches., • o White Cross plan issued by Bank' I ers Life and Casualty Co, Leads furnished, Write P.O. Box 5550 or Phone. TE 6-9343, CEirndeni Ark. l-mo-e Lost CHINESE CHOW'. In vicinity, of Stewart Feed Co, Call '7-2362," Reward, 15-3tp Services Offered us renov»t« T«ur Ql<| trow, We specialUt 1ft, *ed ' 711 RALPH, ton? for fort lHJjriB«v, M*rtf«^ * J«vt Iff W». ftt SI sEwmo-»fAcmifi QO, Sales'., a,n4 Service, 513 ™"" x '"" QOOD bargains, Buy, se}J ( trade or refinjsh your furniture at ? shop. Paul Budney, Washington Arkansas. 234' Sqw man far r?mfl¥8l P trees, stumps and ?te, 'for |r§ pstimate cajl 7-4052. 30-l-IDOr SPATES FLORIST 308 So. Spruce . f PROMPT DELIVERY • Phone 7-2426 All Hours K ROACH - HUGHES, INSURANCE Kto •; Flf'« • Ulf«, 4 108,K..'8rd,' Phon« 7-4511 ' •• Hope, Ark, '' ' • WANTED TO BUY O Pint Pulpwppo ^y Truck Cut In VV99d« or otherwlM HAROLD HINDRIX - , *' MATTRI5SK «r MM* Into Il1n•^ |«rv!«t 9AYIS § M«ltrtM i t1? It. Rim PHt. 7«fl Fights kail Night Poston — BJlly I^ass,, Ryan, 171 14. out WilUo Cray, 175, Poston, 1. REGISTERED Landrace Boqr se? vice. Contact Cy Honea, glcvins Arkansas. H-6tP Wanttd Bjljy jalas^y jind lg the Ohio YaUey of J^sntucky fennesseft 83-7? aijd 1,9, IWjj Argentina, outpointed 4ngelo flampln, 112>/j, Italy, B,' haiftiiue 85.-7Q ' uo s,ee. - * ya. with, soph Jipj li scoring 26 poJints b,agge4 victory la U o| result? Mississippi wintes feiUs? B§ JRoprescntative. substantial incctfuc Heprcsent Avon ij] peiiahbQrljojxj tpvyitoyy. ^ you. Oa£flinjjs, ifi ^)is Township (IVJcNab Redinnd Township and DeRoane neccssaa-y. Write Avon:, Hot Swings, 4rk. Give jUwUSWS jlo homo. Hcrndon'CorneliHi fyntrel H@mt and iuriol Ambwlanct Strvkt Two-Way Ra4|o t Q^Yitn < Air Con^itiene^ Phone PR 7-1570 'Stari $£ Rais,e after two WveeJj cnce required. Appiy person WVy. LOCAL MOVING and HAULING A!»9 t t t Msveri t • • mi

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