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Rtpr«»ento»lv«»: ^Irie";; ,).02"Stertck< B?j^,Da|las 2; iTexas;~360 N. hXfe ,Chrc6oojt);?l|l,; ME. :\atea .Press; Isuentltledj ex- o'' : (he)use.Jfor rapubllcatlon ilocol-'-news printed in this For Sola .Efi Spider lify Bulbs, $1 pet ddien postpaid within Arkansas. Ghea- hete, Atthtif Gtay, Osianv July 6-1 Month ''uMOTlBf :_tgBfl-Hli6l!r , Fully guaranteed * < » Gklahama Tire & Supply 3 ANfi IfiO pound meloh6. ^ee A. .'D. Goodwin, RoSslon, ftoute 3, •1V4 mtlpa _west plywdod boat and trnt 3er, See ut 300 East ISth. 31-3t Political Announcements tttt It tfitfafttttft* 4* u» t &•* tit* teiiawtei •*• «ifidld*tel tot public office *ub* jcei ta ifa* *etlfitt of the Demo* «f*tl« frfiffltry election*. Paf County Clerk AfcflOLO J. MlDDLEBROOtt JOLL1T (AMONETTE) BYEHS tftutfl and JIMMY COOK CLAUD H. BUTTON levelafnd ''Jew York Chicago Detroit Washington Boston Jallimore 'hiladelphia Atd«f«iah Ward Thrill fi. L. RETTIO A. P. DELUNEY 'ULiL blood Siamese kittens. Phone V-3345. 2-Ot YEAR old feeagle Mound. Good i-abblt and deer dog Wayne Bell, filevlns. .Phone 2432. 2-3t WontadtoBuy TO BUY Men's U.sed Shoes, fteavea Shop. 31-TF VOUNG growth of cut over timber 'land. Anywhere in Southwest Arkansas. , Will pay top prices. Phone 7-2228 or see Ralph Saunders. ,' J12-1 !Mo. Pi-dietutlha Attorney ROVCfi WfilSENBERQEB TRAVIS MATH1S Alderman Ward Pour CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY, Alderman Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE t. 0. (TOP) PORTER Alderman Ward One MRS.. KATHKYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State Senate 7th District GENE LEE DR. F. C. CROW Help Wonted WAITRESS ^wanted, apply in pet* son ,only. Mac's Restaurant 409 E. 1 Third St. 28-tt HELP wanted: Man to do sales work 'in" four-county rural sec, tions around Hope. Car furnished salary and commission. Can be home every night. Good wages JCoi' good worker. Apply Hope Star office. , 31-t£ Female Help Wonted LADIES; - $30 Weekly, spare time, making studio roses at home. Easy,' looks, smells real. Write STUDIO ROSE CO., Greenville', Pa, '' 2-lt For City Attorney C/V. NUNN, JR. Funeral Directors OAKCREST- FUNERAL, HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . •„ . PHONE 7-2123 J7-1MO HERNDON. CORNELIUS BURIAL' ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest In South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for .our " agents J15-1 Mo Real Estate for Sale Wonted DEPENDABLE, sober man, age 55 or 00, who can drive a car. Wages and room and board, Mrs. Mrs. Pearl Cox, 505 W. Elm, Prescott. • • 29-6t Business Opportunity 'EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE fnpViir 1 'woman — Earn $10,000 to $15,000 year? full time up to $2,000 .part time'*- Mu^t enjoy meeting neople,* be ablr> to fu^niifii $200 mln- irtium investment: References required: 64 yeqr old comnnpv. ^o- ing, business Irf 17 states. Write box X c/o^Hope Star for interviews. 2-3t Scrricflt Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inner' -Iprjng work. Cobb Mnttreis' Co. , 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-U AMERICAN LEAGUE W 71 70 G6 45 •42 41 30 35 L 30 34 39 50 58 53 87 66 Pet. GB .703 .673 2'/? .446 26 .429 27>i .414 29 .x^50 36 .247 36 Yesterday's Results Cleveland 3-5, Washington Boston 10, Detroit I? New York 8-12, Baltimore 6-1 Chicago G«12, Phila-]elph!p 5-1 1-4 Today's Ghirses .. Washington nt Detroit (hij Philadelphia at Baltimore' (n) (Only Games Scheduled) 'lew York Brooklyn Milwaukee St. Louis Phila'rielphia Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 07 37 Gl 42 50 45 50 51 49 f»l 50 f)5 43 S9 34 70 Braves May Have Gone Far WithAntonelii By JACK HANb Where w c u 1 d the Milwaukee .G44 .592 5t/2 .£54 91/, .495 15>,!, .490 16 .470 17'/2 .422 23 .327 33 Braves be today If they dill had Johnny Arttonelli? Although they traded away the young lefty who has tiirtied out be the top winner in the majors with a gaudy 10-2 record, the slug ging Brave.? nre a positive factor in the National League face. All that hitting, and Ahtoiielli too, might very Well have trieaht a sure-fire pennant in Milwaukee this season, Of course, they tn ay make it anyhow, the Way they Ve been going oh their 10-gatne Win ring streak. , -The Bravfes can't bn criticized too harshly for th<;y folt they needed •lone-distt.nce powdr 'in thn outfield an:l could afford to sacrifice a front-line pitcher. How did hey know that Bobby Thomson vould break his anklo In spring raining and be lost lor most of he season Yesterday, Antonelli ran his winning streak to 11, longest of the season in either • league, as the i— ' '— -^ f ^-- r - SPORTS ROUNDUP .It ttXVLt tALBOt. Yesterday's Results Milwaukee 1'4, Brooklyn. 6 Pittsburgh 2-2, Chicago 0-12 Philadelphia 8, "St. Louis 3 New York 9-5.,' Cincinnati 4-0 Today's Games Milwaukeeat Brooklyn (Only Games Scheduled) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta Birmingham New Orleans Memphis Little Rock Mobile Nashville W GO 66 07 60 53 ' L " Pet. GB 40 47 53 58 .598 .589 .588 .531 6 V" 48 66 .47 67 42 -66 421 19 .<U2 20 .389 22 DOWNTdWN, "Brown Derby' cafe. Newly redecorated, ampL seating capacity, going nic busipess. ideal 'for man and wif team. See Brown at Brown's 8! truclt stop, Stamps, Ark. - 31-6t AT 304 Officers Drive. Oakhaven. we offer an attractive four bedroom, two bath, two story home •which will, be vacant during August. Located on a spacious 100 X'300' shady lot, this home has living room with fireplace — diningroom - kitchen with built- ins- laundry room - attic storage • porch - and two car garage all in excellent Jcondtion4or. oniy-.$8,-' Yesterday'a Results Atlanta 4, Little Rook 3 Mobile 1, Nashville 0 BirminghamS, Memphis .0 New Orlenns 6-6, Chattanooga 1- !1 Dorado Ireenville Meridian Pine Bluff Wonroe 750.00.' ast XTION ( $8$$**^ v ' iwm^Mm 'imyiKKiyfiff. rr&y*f f • I^W&^P'* '', '^Wl5^ f ^^H«: i^fif-tow^N rFg*Tr Lost H1BD white-fnced cow. Muley head. * fl' yeaW' -old, yellow tag 'in ear < '#391,' t'ost July, J3. Liberal rfc- ward -for ; iaformation. Guy 1 Martin, Patmos, Phone 7-2033. 20-flt ON the 'corner of 13th and Walker Is a tKree bedi-oom home situatefl 5 on 75 x 150' shady lot vacant and priced to sell - $1,100 cash will handle - balance lilce rent. AT 916 South Elm this attractive brick home has those large spa- cio(i4 I'obyhs with equally large closets - garage - located on 100 x 142 ' landscaped lot - can fi- nahrjc'. CALL - 7-4G91 FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 31-3t |»WAP*W»JMp- ."• , M'iSwMM**' 1*1, ^W" if*ft'.,ff^^?WP F/««w, [!$/**' r ^" t ; \>' gomeryMkt, »77^8fi1 & '/'. {Jpi** FOR SCHOOL BUS PAINTING SEP JORDON'S BODY SHOP 800 S, Walnut Imfinitmt* LOANS Notice VOTE Boley's all new, "All air. con- ditloned," court. When guests or Tourists inquire. 4 people $5.00. July 3-1 Mo; MELON equipment, rent -cheap chests, table's, trays, ice watei keg, electric stove, lights, Boley's Court. ;28-6 For Rent Today's Games Nashville at Mobile ' "| Little Rock at Atlanta. , Memphis at Birmingham; Chattnooga at New Orleans (2 COTTON STATES LEAGUE W 63 58 52 40 40 3D" 35 41 33' 55 By JACK HAND Por 6ayl« tdlbot NEW YORK (/ft— At the risk of disclosing c .well-kept secret, it cah be safely reported that Harold Johnson finally is .going to get a cHdnce at Archie Moore'i; light heavyweight title Aug. ,11 at Madison Square Garden. • - In fact, Johnson thinks he's go^ ing to lift the crowrt off Archie's ancient head despite the 2'<!.-l odds against him. 'Johnson should be an authority bn Moore for they fought four times before Moore won thr; championship. Although Archie holds a 3-1 edge, the challenger Is surprisingly optimistic. "He ain't gcttin' no younger." said Johnson, who will bo 26 Aug. }, "and Tin more experienced." Before the Childe Harold could elaborate, he was interrupted by Pete Moran. <one of tho many, men York Giants roughed up Cincinnati 9-4 in the firs*, game of a double-header. The Giants also won he second game 5-0 tin Jim iearn's six-hitter to pull 5 ',2 Smes ahead of Brooklyn. Milwauke put the slug on Dodg er pitching for their second 19-hit Barons Run Streak to Nine Games Sy The Associated . Press New, Orleans swept a double header from Chattanooga 0-1 and 0-4, avenging a Saturday defeat by the Lookout? which nudged tho Pels out oi! the .Southern Association lead. Atlanta trimmed Little Roqk 4-3. in 11 innings after thren Crackers 'lomcred in the fifth inn ing ' to cqiinl a Birmingham' league recdrcl. survived a late Memphis 1'ally and .ran HP 'v/innins streak to nine games -vith an 8-0 decision over th.e .Chicks. Mobile blanked'Nashville 1-0. Little Rock; caught in the- middle 4,000 Set to Strike Reynolds Plant • By The Associated Press Nearly 4.000 Arkansas employes of Reynolds Metals Co. prepared for a shut-down today, while other labor disputes in-the state seem headed for settlement. • The strike' agninst Reynold.-! Metal Co. by CIO Unite! Steelworkers materialized slowly last night following the -breakdown ot Saturday night -talks between the 9 company r.nd the union. -Accordins to unofficial reports, ro picket lines' have formed a I tne four Reynolds plants in Arkansas. A union-spokesman at Betnon said members of Local 323 would wait for authorization from international headquarters before throwing up a picket line. The union spokesman guessed th3 picket line would form Tuesday midnight associated in his manaeement. !of the brawl for the league lead. "He was only a .baby when he fought Moore the first time," said Morari. It turned out that Johnson was only 20 whc-n he lost to Archie in Philadelphia April 26, 1949. Me lost another 10-round decision .to him Sept. 24, 1931, but beat him at Milwaukee Dec. 10 of the same year. Moore won again Jan. 29, 19q2, at Toledo and then settled, down to Q career of boxing Joey Maxim. , One of the factors most encouraging to Johnson k the fact Moore, day in succession and « 14-6 romp. _ ... moving .within four games of officially 37. weighed 109^ for his Brooklyn. Joe Adcock, who hit four horn- ers Saturday at Brook'yn. was nil on the head by reliefer Clem La- Dine. in..the fourth inning after being knocked, down by - Rus Meyer earlier in the game. He was not dressed, with an overcoat on." most recent bout less than two months ago. "I • don't see how a man can come down from 189 to 375 (tho light heavy, limit (without -being a little weak. I don't, weigh If9 fully Seriously injured because he wore a metal protector inside his cap. The three top teams in the American League Cleveland, New York and Chicago — kept in step by inning double-headers. Consequently, the end of the day found them in the same position, the Indians leading the Yankees by 2'/ 2 games and Chicago by seven. Cleveland knocked oevr Washington 3-1 'for Early Wynn's 15th vic- ! tory, and 5-4 on Hal Nev/houser's- decisive 'single. The Yanks had trouble in Baltimore but won 8-6 fend 2-1; using a total of seven ipit'chers, including Eddie Lopat Hcjt' Springs,.., t . 5S: _vjJ .Pet. GB .667 •%624 5 ..559 11 .430 23 ,421 24 0 36 Yesterday's Result^ Pine Bluff 4. Hot Springs 3 Greenville 6, Meridian; 3 El Dorado 2, Monroe 1" Today's Games El Dora-;lo at'Hot Springs -'* Pine Blutf at Greenville Monroe at- Meridian B yThp Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 4-2, Louisvillo 1-1 Toledo 10, Kansas City 7 Columbus 7-2, St. Paul 3-0 Minneapolis 7-3, Charleston 3-2 TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 4, Shreveport ^3 • Tulsa 7, Houston 4 ''•'•' Sari Antonio- 8, Oklatioma City 11 innings Only games scheduled sand Allie .Reynolds on relief. Chi I'ago swept a pair from the feeble Philadelphia A's 6-5 and : 12-1 with (Virgil Trucks winning No. 15 in iihe- finale. "•":-.• ! .Ted Williams hit a single, a J420-foot double and ; his' 18th homer in Boston's^ 10-8 victory over De- it.,Gur;t .Simmons bbosetd the 'Phil- IJ^S'•within,half a game of the first division' unthe National with ah B 5 3 Hriumpn over St. Louis,. 'Richie A'shburn chipped in with two sin? jjles and;.- a . "double .as ;trie 'Phils chased Ralph -Beard arid piled up a ,7-1': early lead. -Pittsburgh managed its first, shutout - dt j'he "year -\Vhen Dick -'-lilt- tjefield :blanked 'Chicago on "three hits '2-0. I'l'ive Bubs' came back to Win the second game 12-2. Dave |CJ61e. threw a two-hitter. This young Philadelphia Negro with the shaven head can bo called i. "hungry fighter", with no , exaggeration. The best purse he ever got in his 53 fights (won 48, lost 55 was about $6,000. Back ir. '46 -he got exactly $37 for his first fight after getting out of the Navy. U I rich Captures First- Golf Money KANSAS CITY l=¥) & —Smiling Wally Ulrich of Rochester, Minn.. had his fii'st major golf tournament priz'J — $4,000 -- today and saw its losing string run to seven sfter the Tiavs had fashioned a 3-0 lead at Atlanta. In the boitom of.'tho fifth, Pan Rambone and Pete Whisenant hi •successive homers and Jim Solt clouted the .blow ..that tied the record after Frank Torre had been retired. Birmingham almost blew an 3-1 lead when Memphis sieved the deliveries of Bob Gerris and ' Dave Benedict in the seventh and eighth. But Jack Urbari, who checked the Chicks Saturday night, retired the last four baiters and kept the winning streak alive. Home run's by Clem Koshorek and Gene Frcese powered New Orleans to victory in the nightcap after honus rookie Bob Anderson and lefthander Bob Schulx. combined their talenU in a fcur-hittcr in the opener. Deaths Over the Notion By The Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. —Brig. Gen. James S. Simmons Ret.. 04, former U.S.-Army chief of .provenlive medicine. Died Saturday. TAUTON, Mass. — T.ho Rev. Dr. Frank G. Beardsley, S3, retired Congregational minister -and author of several histories, of religion^ in America, Born in Ovid, Mich. Died Saturday. ATLANTIC BEACH, N.Y. —Dr. Henry A. llafsky, G4, internationally known specialist in ailinenU 01 the stomach and intestines. Saturday. to Billy Harris, first Mobile hurler win 10 game season, he knew "just what tu do v/llh the •money." v • >, •Ulrich, former 'national intercollegiate champion and once second in the Canadian open, won the §520,000 Kansas 'City .open with a record-breaking' 24-uridfcr par 268 for 72 holes. He shot a final round 66, seven strokes under par, yesterday, stopped Nashville on two lilts for six innings but a pulled muscle in the side forced the stocky Cana- 'diari out. Tom Bigtiam completed the shutout with a one-hit, three inning relief job. Most of the important insect pests in the United States .came from other parts of the world! TERMITES CURRY'S Term if e Control Co. BONDED - INSURED ' GUARANTEED ' For Free Inspection Call A. D. MIDDLEBROOKS Jr. Day Phone Night Phone 7-2821 7-2822 . 'There were 94 deaths 'attributed to football in the United States between 1949 and 1953. NowBuy Your Beef df Special WHOLESALE PRICES ARMOUR STAR or SWIFT PREMIUM Side of Beef . . . Ih. 39c .Hind Quarter . . . Ib. 50c Front Quarter : . . Ib. 30c ."OTHER-SPECIAL CUTS AVAIUABLE" ilopeLpeke^& Processing Co. SO.UTH MAIN STREET Ikelo Sign Housing Bill Sports in Brief By United Press SATURDAY CHICAGO — Stan • dcife&ted Hope Builder'. Supply Co. 7 T 2381 THE 0IAUTY BOX ' "Air-Conditioned" 1 Open 8 days each week , . -/Operators . . . Ruth Hoelscher, Model James and Evelyn Moore U2 Soufo Main PRiSCOTT ROLLER RINK 0^7-7:46-10. p. m, decorated 3 rooms; anc bath unfurnished apartment. 208 E, 8th st" php.ne 7-381?;. :31-3t Brush Burn by a neck in the $156.000 Arlington Handicap, the world's richest grass course :race. FURNISHED apartment - 3 rooms and bath. Also bedroom with bath. 1002 East Third. Dial 73184. 2"3t 4 ROOM unfurnished duplex. Good condition. Phone 7-5837. 801 S. Main, ... 2-3t FURNISHED Grocery. home, Middlebrooks 7'3791. : 2-3t Daily newspaper of the world had a circulation of 21? million of 1953 says a recent. United Nations report which 'excludes most Iron Curtain areas. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., — traight Clark and Hal Burrows lefeated Reynaldo and Orlando Garrido of Cuba, 6-2, 6-4, 6-3, to ive the U. S, a 3-0 lend and a iierth in the North American zone Davis Cup final against 'the winner of the Canada-Mexico semi- inal. TWO TRWCKtOAPS JUST ARRIVED USED JM ; By D. HAROLD OLIVER t WASHINGTON * — President Eisenhower signs with evident satisfaction today ! a compromise hous-" ihg vbill which ..was high ori his '.,'rriust" list,'•but' markedly 'below his--recommendations -for further ifciw-rent public, housing. : He invited a "large group'of leg- i|slators and . federal housing of^- ciajs to watch the signing' in his office, including .JibriTfipn P. J/Iason, scheduled to'-take the oath as of the Federal lious. Ing Administration (FHA) after the Housiiig Act of 1954 becomes law, Mason has been acting commis SEE AND HEAR ORVALE E. 'SOUTHHAMPTON, N. Y. — Edie Moylan upset To'riy Trabert, America's lop-ranked tennis play- r, 3-6, 7-3, 8-6*and Billy Talbert usted Gardner Mulloy, U-7, 6-1. -0, to reach the singles final at he Meadow Club tournament. Senate completed congrea- sipiial • action on the bill last Wed n ?.5 da y night with a \59-21 roll call yptiBi The House had passed it 358-30*July 20. The average American uses pounds, of coffee a year. 19 of Soviet ports', centers.. 9CEANPORT, N. J. — P.unkin Vine, the longest^priued horse in the field,, defeated favored Er- yard King by a head in the $31, 450 choice stakes at Monmouth Park and ..paid $96.20 for $2. VANCOIJVER, B. C. — Mike Agostini of Trinidad upset favored Hector Hogan of Ausiraliu m the 100-yard clash as commonwealth athletes smashed seven records in he openin.j events of the British Smpire games. * MOSCOW — Aer.y v Brundage, president of the International Olympic Committee, gave Russian ics a clea'n feiU uf health as far as amatew • status was coiv eerned after touring several thousand miles and viewing hundreds : NEW YORK -? Canedor defeated Social Outcast by a neck in the J27.650 Merchants' and Citizens handicap at Jamaica. SALMAN WANTED — We need twp men who are free to U'»vel to" do rural saleswork. Earnings; sibove average, Must car. We train and pay ypu ^hUe training. pQuld also Ojfte ni?q in a pfptected territory. it inter- SUNDAY ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., — Hal Burrows defeated Orlando Card- do, 6-4, ^6-4, 0-4, and Ham Richard- n defeated ftcynaldo Garrido, 1, 6-2, '6-2, 'as the U. 'S. wound, up a 5-0 sweep of its semi-final JQorth -American Zone Davis Cup Series against Cuba. The U. S. meets the Canada-Mexico winner the zono final. CITY, Mo. r- W«ally Ulrich oi .Rophester. Mioti shot a sevpn-under-pav ^a 'in the fins) w;n the $4, I W livst ioani the Kansas C4ty Open G"l( with a record 'total of for the 72 holes. '( I : _______ FOR GOVERNOR SPEAK IN HOPE Corner 2nd and Main TUESDAY 4P.M. 4ie N. V- won fee Tennis ORVALE E. FAUBUS FOR GOVERNOR A Man of the People - For the People Adv. Paid, lor by Boy fitter, Co-Mwager of faubus for Qoy, 0 9 jn. ' ,,-Uvj/: •-#*?%;.* ^'^«^?F!^9?B^«^S'^ ( ^. J ^^^y^^ * ""'t f l "ST .< •• ^ ^ r * * <, V * HOPt, ARKANSAS Monday, Augusf 2,19S4 OXARK IK1 OUT OUR WAY •y L R, Wl Answer td frftVious Puzzle VIC FLINT Birds and Beasts ALL llLHAVBTO W) IS THROW IMS ACROSS 3 Voracious I I fabulous bird sea bird 4 Graceful bird 8 Ship's forepart .,.. . . 5 Magic rod 113 Peel 6 Ascended 14 Theater seat „„, ... . 15 Gp astray 8 Ctossbarred '16 Started P attern '2?Knds mentS "Molding 28Network 41 Genus of 21 Me"taV-~bearinp u Marries 29 Drinks made geese ' rock 17 Turklsh from fruit 42.Wait 22Minced oath , 0 l ecre . e . s ,, , 51^ hin . 6s . 43Hebrew, '24 Venture 19 Amphitheater 33 Musical' measure '_ j n 23 Donates exercise 44 Bridge. : "'Oklahoma 24 Take off 38 Traditional .46 Therefore 27-Moiithft 25 Operatic solo story 47 Skin disease •SOApfes 26 Worms . 40 Small 48 Ogle '32 Swerved 27 Musical tree-climbing 50 Spanish word 34 Last compositions beasts for uncle • >• examinations '35 Landed HE TRIO NW5VE5 IS'NOTICBD THRU HE CfcOWP TO PWKKBYfe CM?, WITH $20,000 IN ...OVER NEWS THIS ENTRANCE. property 36 Obese 37 iSHppery (<;' creatures Z ?&* M^.^ ,«: • WriEM VOU'P LOVE TO LIVE FgX?EVEf5? i," Indians ! 40 Container 41 Stir 42 Breast j 45 Army rank (43 Pretenders '51 : Krozen water 52 College • .official With Major Hoppl* • * " • OUR BOARDING HOUSE OTHER STIFfiS ARE STlu-' ' LlKe AM IDLlMS u'LMA MV -HU/V\.' MY , :. AAnTnP /_n~A£ CDC THI5 BOY SCOUT SLEEPING , ' IS MOT MAMLV -TO TMS Aie.x SLEPT Like A 5JfThe gloomy • dean" 54 Individual 55 Sea eagles 58 Scent 57 Weight of ' India DOWN I Bobolink, the • —— bird ; 2 Monster BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES A FURNITURE- 5TOEEV AEE Trie A>SD VJHAT'5 FOR By Dick Turner CARNIVAL Ib. 31 c Ib. 38c •UGS BUNNY COT 6ROAMSO ALL FUNNY BUSINESS By Herihb*rgef ^l-^^^rf ALLEY OOP tft.lto* t| NEA Unkt. tne " 'Your Majesty,' if you pleasel" .»-. * SIPE GLANCES .. .*. .By Golbroith \'. •'.'P W V ; '^''V"»;/: >] •'•.^.V fe : . >««»«*«» »»«<*«• fc * 'v^ been giving Good Native BEEF Side of Beef . Hind Quarter . Front Quarter . . . Ib. 24c

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