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MOM STAR, HOM* ARKANSAS * Saturday, August 28, 1954 LASSIFIED fie IntJffice Day Before Publicatiott At) RAltS Afc aw .payobi* m IB* will t* accepted t*l«phon* and accomoda- " allowed with th« un* fh* account is poyabl* It Six On* Days Month 1.50 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.SO 12.00 13.50 15.00 2.00 2:50 3.00 3,50 4.00 4.50 5.00 DISPLAY ........... 7St per Inch .... r . !.„..«.... 60s per Inch JMItf win* i-.«... SOc por Inch ""* -$uweti dbovft ore for con- 'Widrtiftru. Irregular or skip- Will take the one-day rote. Jly classified advertising topy octcpted Until 5 p. m. for ._..B(1 Jhe following day. ir^blliHers reserve the right to J 6r edit oil advertisements of* l : for publlfctttlon and to re|ect JJtyettlohoble advertising sub... of oMi or more letters, up» or Mlaurei such as house or ' flufnber* count ai dne word. _j*» Star will not be respon- * errot* In Wont Ada union _ta 'called to our attention ^FIRST Insertion of ad and then tht ONE incorrect Insertion. fg>NE; PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star . mf Hop. 1899; Pre.i 1927 l»|ldat«d January IB, 1929 ... J 'every weekday afternoon by „,„ ; 'ITAR PUBLISHING CO. ?fC 5 C. E. Polmor, President lftl*x,'H. Wathburn, Secy-Trn. t The Star Building 14 -South Walnut, Street Si},, ' Hope, Arkontoi %t jVf| ,j . , _^_ t jL , .H, Wajhburn, Editor & Publisher jH.i Jonei, Managing Editor .,?>*.. Dovli, Advertising Manager I'je-'.W. Hotmer, Mech. Supt. .J; «i tocond clasj matter at ,„ t~0fflee at Hope, Arkansas, tf n thtiAcf of March 3, 1897. •Mr of the Audit Bureau ot V tlreulatlont rlptlon Rate's (payabin In ad, •-, , yanee): ^carrier,In Hopa and neighboring "" " ' towns— ,„ ,„„.; , .25 ..* 1300 _.. Hln Hempstead, Navada, i, Howard, and Mijlcr coun- SSV*t*"' •fjriionth i 85 .AX months,,.., 1.60 tjjwnths ..«, 260 ,.. :. ,..; 4.'M itht> 3.25 „.,.,'.,.„ 6,SO - ..,5,.. ....... >,, ........... . ....... 13.00 l%Adyertllln0 Representative*: .•as 1 Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Slcrlck iJSMemphis',2, Tenn,; 505 Texas Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. e. 1 , Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. York 17,' N. V,; 1763 tl'Blda., Detroit 2, Mich.; il; Bldg.,, Oklahoma City 2, -y.,!- f * ,ol The Associated Press: «lqted Press Is entitled ex- tot the use for repubWcatlon ; the 1 local news printed in this as well as ,all AP news TOR SCHOOL BUS PAINTING * RDON'S BODY SHOP ebOS; Walnut Por Sole CAUTION Don't overlook the Pre-Labor Day TIRE SALE Get a riew tire & lube for less than the regular cost of a new tire at Oklahoma Tire & Supply FOR SALE PORTERFIELD GROCERY AND MARKET Clean stock & fixtures, Other Business 723 W. 3rd — Phone 7-2723 26-Gt 1 MILK cow. Call or see T. W. Ridling. Phone 7-2957. 26-3t 5 PLATE Glass mirrors. Size 20 x 70. $4.00 each. Herbert Burns. Phone 7-3351. 20-3t Service! Offirad MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring: work Cobb MattfeM Co. South Washington. Phone Mar. 4-tf BAR-B-Q beans. Chickens and meats sliced. Sandwiches—3 for $1. Bert's Bar-B-Q. Candy Ave. 26-3t Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. Wonted TWO Waitresses September 1. Apply in person. Diamond Cafe. 26-31 Notice Arkansan Has Chance to Get Most Hits By JIM VAN VALKENBURG ST. LOUIS WWally Moon, the rookie picked to replace popular St. Louis Cardinal outfielder Enos Slaughter, stands a chance to lead the major leagues this year total hits. in Moon set a pre-season goal of 200 hits—and he sa!d today ho thinks he'll make it. Not many rookies do that. And Moon had the extra pressure of pleasig the fans, many of them irked at Slaughter's trade to the New York Yankees on the eve of opening day. Moon got two hits last night to bring his total to 170 in the race with C ardinal Red Schoendienst and Nelson Fox of the Chicago Wbite Sox, each with 168. "The base hit lead would be great, but my main concern is just 4 PEOPLE. $5.00; all refrigerated j ge ' l . ing * hose 20 ° hsts -" he said, air, innersprings, foam pillows. ? hc 24-year-old Texas A&M grad- 104G FORD, radio, healer, airfoam cushions, undercoat, new tires. Phone 7-3770. 28-6t I'M dividing my bearded iris. Choice rhizomes from ten cents to $1. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 28-6t For Rent LARGE 7 room unfurnished house. Conveniently located near school mid churches. Two blocks from town. Call 7-2450. 24-U UNFURNISHED 4 room duplex. Private bath and entrances, Garage. 801 S. Main. Phone 7-!i837. 20-Gt 4. ROOM house and bath, water, lights and natural gas. Experiment Station Rood. Phone 7-22!),'}. 20-31; UNFURNISHED apartment 4 rooms and bath near town. 21G South Hervcy. Available Aug. 1. No children. T. S, McDavilt, Phono 7-2116. ' 2G-tf LARGE bedroom, private bath, private entrance. Close-in. 31Q N. Elm. Phone 7-3391. 20-Gt FURNISHK1J 4 room garage apartment. Also garage. Available Sept. 1. Phone 7-3497. 27-Bt 15 ROOM unfurnished apartment. Available September 10. Close-In'.. Phone 7-3329. 28-3t TWO bedroom furnished apartment, close-in. Phone 7-3329. 28-3t ONE front bedroom 502 S. Hervey. Phone 7-3716. 28-3t Coal Reserves The Saar region has coal reserves of 6 billion tons. s^ Genuine Singer rental machines SINGER LOANS iwwienti »» to RSOfc Hmi " * *~ L 's Supply Co, oha 7-2381 IAUTY BOX lriQopfli^onea" en '9 zd^ya each week , Model Jamea yn Moore South Main TOP'S Glass Cut and 1 Installed. Complete Re- pfiirp. New nnd Usetl Part'5. Hlflhway 07 West Djal 7^2767 Hope, Ark. Enjoy Eoting At Service Station UftY'J 0. "New Fall Line" Just Arrived See The Newest In Me us Wear As Low as $54.50 Tom Word laws Main Street Tailor Shop Byors Watermelon Stand S-CURVE 3rd & Shovel Philco Air-Conditioners One of Arkansas' Most Complete TV Repair Shopi ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. Phone 7-2629 114 8. Elm H. E. Luck Highway 67 West LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Edoe of City Urn Its West 60 Gallon Water Barrels for Sale Phone 7t43B1 Hope, Ark. CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef cut and wrapped for deep freeze, Beef for Peep Freeze 26 to 35 cents. Ralph Montgomery Mkl. Phone 7-3361 MATTRESSES Rebuilt or Made Into lnnor*prlng Work Guaranteed —— On* Pay Servlot •—-DAVIS Furniture & Mottreii Co. 110 6. Elm Street Phono 7-3212 GROWN WESTERN SHARES »f Dlvor»lfled Inoom* FMW •nd OalUl Fund froipoctun nvall«bl« trim M. S. BATES, AgfHl Ark. Phon» 74484 ARMY SURPLUS Comic Books t New and Used Clothing § Guns * Jeep Tops t Gas Cgn§ t Torps f Bunk Peds t and Hundreds of pther itfrns. REAVES HQUSi «n4 Acres? from P$$t Office 'f;> „ i iiV/ '•i "all new court." C. E. Boley Trailer, $l',00. Refcronces; zcns And National Bank. Citi- A-14-'m IANO tuning repairs, regulating, ree estimates. Factory experience. M. L. Rciler, 423 Main, Texarkana, Tex. 20-31 'OGS caught molesting ducks on will be killed. Ben our farm Owens. 28-3t Wanted To Rent OUSE, contact Jess Pendegraft from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Tele- phono 7-3711. ' 17-tf The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mica Turner at Hicks Funeral Home uate admits the goal is a lofty one—something ' like a rookie pitcher setting a standard of 20 victories. Only seven players in' niajor eagtie history reached the 200-hH mark in their first trip to the ma- ors. "But what use is a goal if it sn't high?" asked the strong- armed rookie whoso speed, baso stealing and fielding also has impressed tho experts. Moon hasn't given up hope for he National League batting title, jut admits it would take "quite a lot. streak" to get him on top. He has .331 average. Cardinal Manager Eddie Stanley said he noticed early that Monn has an excellent eye for ;he strike '.one. Moon now iias more walks than any Cardinal except S tan Musial. ! "Stanky has given mo much cn- coruagcrnpnt, Musial has helped a ot and Rod Schoendienst h a s taught me a lot about hitting the screwball,'' he said. The president ol! the Usher board s asking all members to meet lonclay night, August 30, al Mt. ion CME Church. Thu Spiritual Stars Gospel sin- ers of Louisiana will giye a inus- :al program at the First Baptist Church in .Washington Sunday, eptember 5, at 7:30 p. m. Spon,- ored by Miss Willie B. Atkins. The Melody Five of Magnolia will ive a musical program at Rising ttar Baptist Church Sunday night, August 29, at 7:30 p. m. Sponsor- id by the Usher boardi Mr. and Mrs. Willis McCoUum eft Saturday .where they will v|it relatives in Chicago and Peoria, llinois. They.was accompanied by heir grandchildren. Sweeny Best, Least Noticed Golfer of All By HUGH FULLERTON JR, DETROIT WIThe least noticed and possibly the best of the prom- nent golfers in the 1!):")4 National Amateur Championship is Robert Sweeny, who moves in the best social, financial and golfing circles of Long Island, Palm Beach anc "jondon. He's'a tall, deboniar man NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Brooklyn Milwaukee Cincinnati St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Pittsburgh VV 79 78 71 60 39 58 00 46 L 45 49 52 66 66 65 76 80 Pet. Gfl .637 .608 3'/2 .577 7Vi .476 20 .472 20'/ 2 .472 20Vi .207 30 .335 34 Yesterday's Results Chicago 4, Philadelphia (12 ings) Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 2 Brooklyn 8, St. Louis 4 New York 3, Milwaukee Today's Games New York at Milwaukee Brooklyn at St. Louis Philadelphia at Chicago Pittsburgh at Cincinnati AMERICAN Cleveland New York Chicago Boston Detroit Washington Philadelphia Baltimoro LEAGUE W L Pet. GB '90 87 84 55 55 52 42 40 36 40 46 69 71 72 £4 87 .714 .605 3 .646 8 .444 34 .437 35 .419 37 .333 48 .315 Yesterday's Results Boston 3, Baltimore 2 Chicago 11, Philadelphia 0 Washington ,3, Cleveland 2 innings) New York 4. Detroit 0 Today's Gomes Cleveland at Washington Chicago at Philadelphia Detroit at New York Baltimore at Boston (10 Soviet Track Men Not Equal to Americans By MILT MARMOR BERN, Switzerland (/P)—Just how far have the Russians come since Helsinki in their calculated drive to build a track and field team that can rival America in Olympic competition? They have made marked prog- less, it's true, as results in two days of competition in the European Track and Feild Champion ships here have shown. But they still lack depth once PRESCOTT NEWS past their outstanding SOUTHE.RN with a touch of gray in his hair at the emples and a touch of Oxford in lis accent. He's an American citi- «en, born in Pasadena, Calif., 43 years ago, but ho divides his time JDlw'oon this country and England ind Europe. He has p'.ayed in the British Amateur Championship many more times than in the Amcricnn. Goinfi into todny's 3G-hole somi- 'inaIs, ho was only "name" ilaycr loft in the tournampnl and i name was one thnl had boon hnlt-forgoUen by i-vc'ryono but his opponents until ho came through yesterday with n sharn 4 and 3 victory over Dale Morey, last year's mnncr-up. The other survivors \vuro Arnold Palmer, a U'l-year-old former Coast Guardsman and Walce Forest College playei who is, rated top? among the rising young amateur stars; 38-yrnr-olrt Eildio Mcislor. who may litive won more matches in this tournament than anyone around; ami Dr. Ted l..o'hczyk, '.i3 year-old Nowington, Conn., dcnlis whoso golf repuiation 1ms been obscured by tli;u'" ol" 'hi:.! sislei Cinieu. Tlio semii'inal: mak-lio.s K two Cli'S'L'lunders, Palmer anc Mi'ister ,' iigainsl '.me another, anc Sweeny uaoinst . Meister has played in 13 U.S amateur championships, going a far as the fifth round in 1953 am again in 1052. Palmer was knocked out of his first amateur by Frank Stranahai in the first round in 1950. H.J gained ample revenge yesterday by eliminating the eager Stranahan 3 an 1 and then going on to beat, Don Cherry 1-up, alter a tense, erratic struggle. Fbf Sweeny, this is the fourth American championship since he went to tho quavter-finala at Bal tusrol in 1040. He's exempt from qualifying, as a former British Amatusr champion, but he cams here only because a business deal iu Texas fu)l through and iis hod some time PO lya Bryant Starts Rebuilding Texas Aggies By LEONARD SAFFlR COLLEGE STATION, Tex., (INS)The "eyes and ears" of the football nation will be focused at College Station, Tex., this year when one of the .country's mist outstanding coaches attempts to lift Texas A&M out of-'the football doldrums. Although it's hardly expected for Paul (Bear) Bruaht, the former Kentucky wonder; to establish the Aggies in national prominence this year, a little light might be shed on what is in ; sote for the following seasons. Recognized as one of the top recruiters of high school seniors, the popular coach has already cast his shadow around . bijj, sprawling Texas and the incoming freshman rosters are filled with schoolboy greats. Bryant has 17 returning lettermen to work with. The Only two backfield prospects are Fullback Don Kachtik, a regular for the past two seasons and. Halfback Billy Huddleston. Bryant has no quarterback of mention to replace graduating pass wizard Don Ellis. Elwoori Kettler, 175-pound junior from Brenliam who lettered as a halfback last fall was the top T-man during spring training and should get the opon- ng game nod for the Texas Tech battle Sept. 18, Both starting enls from last year's teams are back and should )ose no problem there for the Ag- gies. The fiankmen, both aole and lard-working, are Bill Schroeder and Co-Captain Bonnie Sinclair. The most improved player, according lo Coach Bryant, is center Fred Brou-isard, 0-2, 22!5-pound junior from Deciulncy, La. Broussnrd was a regular last fall. Co-Captain Norb Ohlonclorf and Lawrence Winklor, both regulars last year, will be at tho tackle posts again. At Ihe guards wi'l be Ifloll loiter man Marvin Tale and Sid Thcriot. The situation av A^siebnd for Bryant's Southwest Conference do- but sums up as adecumle strength al the running positions, and end? hut no depth up front. Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Memphis Chair noof Lillle Rock Nashville Mobile ASSOCIATION W L ct GO 80 55 .G10 85 57 .59!> I'/, you get stars. And you need those seconds and thirds in world class competition. The Soviets also don't appear to have a well-rounded squad when they face the outside world. Here yesterday a t Neufeid Stadium they failed to place a man in the 100-meter final. Winner Heinz Futterer of Germany had a time of 10.3 and he was the only finalist who could measure up against America's crack sprinters. Such top Russian men as hop, step and jump world record holder Leonid Schcrbakov and 400-meter hurdles world bealer Yryj Lituev appear able to hold their places as No. 1 in their specialties. Ardalion Ignatjcv ran 400 meters almost casting in 47 flat in the semifinal and looky capable of jatiling anyone for first place. But there's no one too. oiusland- ng in Ihe UOO or ],50'J meters. ISugenij Bulanchik, bald 110- neter hurdler, may win the Euro- jean title here tor he's not in tho class of American hurdlers. Most titles still are to be decided jut .Russia lias entcrc.;! nobody of mportnncc in his hi«h or board umps. They bonst world class men in he javx'Jin and hammer and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bryson Honored On Tuesday evening the Center Recreation Club met at the Club house for the monthly meeting and an ice cream social. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bryson, whose home was recently destroyed |by fire, were honored with a miscellaneous shower. The business session was conducted by the vice-president, Horace Jones. There were 35 members present and guests included Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cottingham and family, Mrs. Arthur Babb of Hope and Mrs. Byrd Tippett. Bobby Duke before going to their new home in Redwood, Calif. 77 7.1 67 til GO 57 Gl 71 73 81 ill 05 .500 15',.479 18',2 .430 251,:, .42G 20 .401 20',|. Yesterday's Results Little Rock 4, Chatlanoga 2 Nashville 7, Memphis 3 Birmingham 8, Mobile 3 New Orleans 14, Atlanta 2 Today's Games New Orlsans al Mobile Nashville at Memphis Birmingham at Atlanta (Only games scheduled) By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American Association Charleston 1, Columbus 0 Louisville 3, Toledo 2 Kansas City 9, Indianapolis 3' Si. Paul 7, Minneapolis..4' Western League. '• Denver 13-8, Colorado Springs 8' 13 Puebloe 0, Lincoln 0 Wichita 7, Omaha 1 Des Moines 5, Sioux City 1 Bandits Rob Bank of $15,500 EUREKA, Mo. dW A pair of armed bandits,, entering jijst before closing time, robbed Tanners and Merchants here of about $15,500 yesterday after locking six persons in a vaull and slugging a customer with a gun. It was the third bank robbery n eastern Missouri in a month. The bandits, one of whom wore a rubber mark, abandoned their 1950 Ford sedan about two miles north of here in a wooded area where it was recovered three hours after the robbery by St. Louis County deputy sheriffs. Cr Three New Marks Set in Southern Gy The Associated Press Torii'l'ic pitching al New letins and a fence-busting swat at Memphis .U'st night left three new marks drying in the Southern As sociation 'record book' today. Atlanta's Glenn Thompson, a 6 i'oot-5 Toledo castoff, broke the regulation game strikeout recorc of 17 by fanning 19 New Orleans batters as -the Crackers the first place Pels 4-2, Bob SchAiltz of New' Orleans, the losing pitcher, fanned nine, giving the game a .total of 23 strikig- outs, The previous record for one game was 25. Bob Lennon. Nashville's power fui centerfielder, broke the home run record he set Tuesday night when he Blasted No. 55 in the second game of a twinbill with will hit 60 homers this seas-ju, tied Memphis. Lennon, who says he will hit 60 homers this season, tied th6 Bank Mrs. Oawson Henry Complimented Mrs. Dawson Hertry was complimented with a pink and blue shower given by Mrs. Robert Arnett and Mrs. Harry Moore on Tuesday evening. The home of Mrs. Arnett was beautifully decorated with late summer blossoms placed at vantage points. Appropriate games were played with prizos being won by Mrs. Wayne Eley, Mrs. Paul Haggard and the honorcc whose lovely gifts were presented to her in a decorated box carrying out the pink and blue motif. Sandwiches and punch were served. The guest list included. Mrs. Max Bryant, Mrs. Edna Brasher, Mrs. R. P. Hamby, Mrs, Wren Scott. Mrs. Dewey Stripling, Mrs. Ernest Jameson, Mrs. A. E. McGuire Mrs. W. O. Hays. Mrs. Haggard and Mrs. Eley, B & PW Meets In Gist Home The Proscotl Business and Professional Women's . Club met on Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Bess Gist with Mrs. Delia Stowart nnd Mrs. Elizabeth Hays as- Mr. Ed , Whitney has returned to his home in Monroe, La. after a visit with Mrs. Mettie Robinson and Mr. Jim Wood. Mrs. J. J. Pedcrson and David Allen of North Cowclfn, Texas, Mrs. Bobby Duke and Judy m Brownfield, Texas have rtrturncd to their respective homoa after a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gee and Mr. and Mrsip» J. H. Bemis. Mrs. Roy Loornis was a Monday visitor iu Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parker and Mrs. William Buchanan hud as thoir gueatu Tueaday, Mr. and Mrs. Price Wylie and Cad of Li Uio Rock. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. McGuire of Kansas City are the guc:;ls of hi<^ parents. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Mc> Guire. Mrs. 13. A. DoLamar and Mrs. H. B. DuLiimar motored to Little Rock Tuesday for the day. Mrs. Frank McLarly and Mac of Hope visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Hesterly, Tuesday. Miss Jessica Bemis has retun{tt ed to Texarkana after spending several days with Miss Amelia Harrell. athletes of substance in ind discus. the shot sisting hostesses. si The president, Mrs. Marie Cham- Mrs. A. S. Buchanan spent Tuesday in Arkadolphia and attended a meeting of the Southwest HiXipi- tal" District Association at the Caddo Hotel. Misses Simone Golden, Ann McSwain, Jo CarrinRton. Joan an^. Judy Gilbert were Monday afternoon visitors in Texarkana. Russia still has two more .ve,art; aet'orc the Melbourne Olympics in berlain, presided and conducted the business meeting at which time 1950. They have so.no along well year books were distributed and since lS)i)2 and trie next years of competition against the outside World {should bear results. &$£% b'^AJ>*£ Mrs. Elizabeth Hays was presented vith a past president's pin. Mrs. Elecla Wells, publicity chairman, presented Mr. C. O. Wahlquist, who gave'an cnlighten- ng talk on "Ways To Give Presaott Publicity." Mrs'. Shirley Hamilton and Mrs. Tommie Home were welcomed as new members. Tasleful refreshments were served to 21 members and Mr. Wahlquist. Shaggy Sheepdog An extremely shaggy Old English Sheepdog, recently arrived in this country from his native land and recounted the following talc: Otje morning at Croydon Airport, ondon, a plane landed from Moscow 'after the passengers had disembarked, out stepped a gorgeous Russian Wolfhound Sleek and ladylike, she was the picture ot feminine canine pulchritude as she minced daintily about the field A massie, rough and ready Eug lish Bulldog, gazed on her approv ingly and decided to become acquainted with this charming lady from behind the iron curtain FOJ- tunately the Wolfhound spoke E lish, though with a slight accent, and the two struck up a conversation She inquired about conditions in England and he frankly told her that things wero still a bit rougl The austerity program had nol been completely liflcd, he said, an he'd give anything for a jjoud square meal "Oh," she said, "in Russia uv erything is wonderful. I have my living • quarters in the Kremlin, I eat the best of food. I am groomed and exercised regularly, My masters are very kind and ] SPORTS ROUNDUP .By QAYIB TAL.BOT. NEW YORK f.P) Thorn is a strong I'eclm.T Jn tennis circles thttt young Tony Trabert is about to reach the turning point of his career iu the National Championships, which begin tomorrow at Forest Hills, Tho expectation is the • the defending clvivniuon either wil; win the event for the second time so decisively as to stamp him ths world's grontesi amateur without question or will fall hack into the ranks of ihose players who didn't quite have it. Nobody sems quite sure which it will be. Since he crushed his countryman, Vic Scixas, in last year's final, tho hoavy-legged young man from Cincinnati has beon an authentic puzzle'la hi;-'admirers. He old league mark of 52 last the week. Nashville down Memphis 8-7 in the. first game, but tha Chicks tooJi the nightcap 8-4. Birmingham stretched its string to four straight victories by rapping the Mobile Bears 5-3. Chattanooga snapped an eigjit game losing streak by defeating Little Rock 6-?. Thompson's victory moved At- Jaiita to within IVa games of New Orleans. The Crackers hold a ?-l edge in the crucial four-game series. ; Chattanooga climbed on Little Rock's Vince Trakan for four Wins in the fourth and coasted frprn there. Jim Pearce went the distance f or the Lookouts, scatter ing 11 hits. His mai.es got 1? off Tr'ekun and. Stubby Oyermire. Lit- Uu Kock's Ralph Atkins hit his 20th simply hns too blayert that brand of tennis ag:iin, .except in brie spurts, When he had a clmnci? to win the Davis Cup in Australia on the third clay o£ the Challenge Hound at Melbourne, lie succumbed to Lewis Ilonrt, That was his third defeat in four Challenge Rounr matches over a two-year period Later, in the slate championships at Adelaide when the heavy pros- Mrs. Laymon Dickson has returned to Hot Sprnigs after a visit with relatives. '-.( Mr. and Mrs. Coy Johnson and son, Donald, ot Baytown, Texas,, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cpllier Johnson, are spending several days in Hot Springs. ''•••• Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pledger and daughters, Sharlee and Meredith, who have been the guests ' of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. • J. H. Bemis, left Tuesday for ' Brownfield, Texas for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. live a life of marvelous luxury." "Well, if things are so fine in Russia" the Bulldog asked, "why didn't you stay there Whatever possessed you to come to England" The Wolfhound looked furtively about to make sure no one was listening, and speaking 'in a low voice, she said, "Everything I said about Russia is true. I' live like a cjiicen." Then leaning closer to the Bulldog's wrinkled face, she whispered, "But to tell the truth. Comrade, even a Wolfhound like me likes to get away from it al so that I can let out a good, big BARK once in a while" Bee-T-Mite Befrtle and Termite Control Service Owned and Operated by Guy Grigg Hope, Arkansas Phono 7-3445 109 S. Main Al! Customers are (mured CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 Large Enough to Serve Youl Small Enough to Know You! BATTERIES as low as $9.45 Exchange Western Auto Associate Store Watch Repair Guaranteed Pre- School Special. Bring your watch in Keith's Jewelry For Complete Parts and Service for New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phono or Write 'I Fallin Tractor Co. Magnolia, Ark. Pho. 882, 689 & 1140-R Let Us Install That BROKEN GLASS Have that broken auto replaced today. We recog-" nize insurance claims. If you need good Used Parts for cars or trucks. See us now. Gloss & Salvage Co. West 3rd Street homer, the only one of thu game, ly §004 enough, sure was off, he '.rimmed decisively in straight sets. ^A. partial explanation offered for Tony's in-and-oiit play in recent months :is that ho n.%s boon troubled by blisters on las racquet hand. But lie did not have-them when he was. getting .walloped in Australia. ' •' -Billy Talbert, ; . whcj wan. Tony':! 'origincil sponsor and doubles partner, said recently the youngster's only trouble was that he couldn't. play quite as pood tennis as he thought he could, and that he nsv- er would be a roal standout until be .quit mooning around and ih.-ew himself completely into the gamy. We wouldn't be surprised if this hvjrt Tony, coming' from his old friend but Jt probably did him a lot of good too. If he Knows now that 1 of good too. If he knows now that he can't afford to . be sensitive a,bout the crowd cheering for hsi opponent *s he was in Australia last winter, and needs to their down with his big game on every point, th*n he and Seixas might bring that cup back the ne^t time. We haven't anyone else even near- SERVIC6-R£PfllR Pick-up and Delivery ONE DAY SERVICE Beat the heat — have that fan repaired at JOHNSON'S ELEQTRIC. We Specialize in Residence and Commercial Wiring JOHNSON ELECTRIC Cprl Jghnson C. P. Rettig WANTED TO BUY NICE, FAT YOUNG HENS J| We heed hen§ ripyv. If you hgye q laying flock why not eull them npty gnd sell us your non layers? We would like to jjuy several hundred at a time, but will tqkf whpt vow hgye. , ..'jjjflJ Mi fffr Pf livery Pete Hope Locker & Processing Co, 8QWTH WAIN ^ Value Day in Hope Is Wednesday, September 1 Our Doily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor Alex'. H* Waihburn Texas — Not Afraid to Strike Back When Attacked 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO. 268 , , 1M* ConiolldtM Jan. II, 1W HOI% ARKANSAS/ Texas held an election Saturday and when the' counting of the returns was nearly complete .Allan Shivers had been returned to a third term as governor over his New Deal opponent, Ralph V&r- borough, by a majority of about 100,000. Governor. Shivers said cryptically: i. f "The victory is a decision of V the voters of Texas to put Texas and the interests of Texas first. Texas is and will be for a long time a predominantly Democratic state." His reference is perfectly clear to those who read the political news. In the presidential campai«n of 1952 Governor Shivers, confronted with his state's problem of recovei- ing the tidelands which the United ...^Stales Supreme Court had arbitrarily seized in the name o£ the federal government, went first to the Democratic nominee, Adlai Stevenson for help — but got the brush-off. This was as one Democrat to another. ' . It was obvious Stevensen figured the national Democratic party had Texas in its hip-pocket regardless. But what happened is now familiar political history. Governor Shivers stumped for ;0Dwight D. Eisenhower — and Texas went Republican. Amen. A rubber-stamp citi7.cn H a public liability — no matter whit Uio name of the state or party ho is vacuously proclaiming. Governor Shivers was, whore the interests ot his own state were concerned, completely unafraid to stand up ami be counted in 195." 1 — nor did he apologize in 1054. „ The people of Texas aiv> propeily '-- clue a nod from the rest of America for their discerning decision last Saturday. Reports Five States Start Desegregation ®& WASHINGTON «,(UP> — When school bells start .ringing next month, five states and the District of Columbia will bow to the Supreme Court and start admitting Negro and white children to the same classrooms. The high tribunal declared in an historic decision declared .lp raCe segregation in public school* is unconstitutional. But because ot the great social change it was de*<& creeing, it postponed formal enforcement orders. Nevertheless, the District of Columbia is going ahead with the first steps toward integration in line with President Eisenhower's plea that it serve as a model for the nation. So, too, are Arkansas, West Virginia, Missouri, Maryland, and Delaware. In at least some elementary and high school districts in «• ft these areas, Negro and white chil- ' dren will go to class together, for the first time. Schools in the 12 other states affected by the non-segregation ruling are waiting for further Su preme Court action before making any moves. The court is going to hold hearings this fall to decide how rapidly states must bow to its decision. The 12 are Kentucky, Tennessee 'fSTAlabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mis ' sissippi, Oklahoma, North Carolina South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and Texas. A United Press survey of sten planned for -the coming schoo year shows that integration wil be spotty at first in the five state and the nation's capital. Some school districts in each stale will take the plunge this fall, others \vill hold off for another year or mk more. "' There is, no clear pattern of 'desegregation actions. In pelaware, for instance, Wilmington will mix Negro and white children in elementary schools only this fall. Another Delaware district will integrate only junior and senior high school children this coming term, saving the elementary schools for next fall. In another contrast, Wilmington will permit children to transit 'fer schools at the request of their parents if space is available -in the desired, school. Yet at the Rose Hill-Minquadale school just outside Wilmington, no, transfers will be permitted under a program ending segregation next month in the three elementary schools. Schoo superintendent Dr, Harry O. Ei senberg said he thinks it will be easiere to handle .'a"np*transf%r' policy than to permit "if's" and <£.. "bu|s" as excuses for decking in tegrated schooling. Runnerup in Arkansas Pony Leogue Baseboll flay Star WtAf HtH a few isolated . sdtith tfits afttr nat quite so watm -Tuesday. *ftf . Experiment Statioft *eprrfU*r.M i ^ endin* at 8 " 106, LOW 71 hours endin* at 8 a- ttt* 7 ', AUGUST 30, 19S4 Audit •*»«• *t Cl«l. » MM. (HIM* M*MN 11. W Mtmbtr: th* AMaelittd tt»n A*" Mt» PRICE .SfrjC Ike Tells Legion Strong Reserves Top of Porgram By DAYTON MOORE. WASHINGTON (UP I Presi dent Eisenhower told the Amorl can Legion today that establish ment of an adequate reserve pro gram for the armed forces will be the number one item on the administration's legislative pro gram next year. This statement and his com panlon pledge thnl the new re serve program "will not unfairly burden men who have already scrv ed" drow loud cheers from some 7,000 veterans of three wars who picked the cavernous Nation al Guard armory here for. the opening Session of the Legion's 30th annual convention. Mr. Eisenhower, who interrupt ed his Denver vacation and Clew here early today to addrpas his cheers whon he departed from his fellow Legionnaires, also drew, cheers when he departed from his prepare^ speech to say that Americans of both major parties are united in wanting a strong Amer ica: and world peace: "The only treasonous party we have is the Communist conspiracy happily very small," he said. Mr. Eisenhower departed from his prepared text in making his the Communist Assem i emarks about conspiracy. Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (R ASS x -Wi\i A > ~ V "MPJ- 'J^WiBWKcK'Vf <3?P^«'H'W"W*!W*Wp'««w..lliiiilliiiB " ' " ' »"-'"~"o"'«>" - — H.p£ P.ny L.,,,,, AlWB.r ...m «.. Ih, ..c.,d b.1 In Ark »,„, ...in, out in .h, fin.l, .. , Lim. R.* tt.m. O«r th= ,,=.» " Hf2HS2?©us!^J!r»^a^ 'Watkfnsi Bottofn row': Tommy Polk, Perry Purtlg and Dann y Moots. Wis) deliver a number o fspeech cs throughout the country last winter attacking the Democrats under the general subject, "twen ty years of treason." • Following Mr. Eisenhower s ad dress, Francis Cardinal Spellman warned that the Indochina truce signed at Geneva "means .that tfae trumpet which we heard ever the 4-H Club Dairy Judging September! A 4-H Club dairy judging, fitting, and showing demonstration will be held at the farm of Charles "Beck at Shover Springs Wednesday morning, September 1. at 9:30 o'clock. Jerseys owned by Charles and Bar ara Beck will be used in the pro- Oakhoven Council Meets Tuesday / xu -• <*, u * iJa«tii»testaa^i.iJi>s> Officials of tha Oakhayen Council are asked to';rneet ,at'7:30 Tuesday light at Maybr' Jess Davis' home. Important business;-will "be discussed. '. ''. • '•'•.' : '':'•'..'.'•.'' - ."'.. Don Ray Brown, Carlton Cumm- ngs, and BurreJ Joe Smittle, for- ner 4-H Club members who are doing college dairy work are ex oected to assist with the demonstra ion Veterinarian Herbert Rogers NoDefehs^ Witnesses for McCarthy By G. MILTON KELLY' Batchelor Gottrt Martial Underway SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (IP) — Ths ;eneral court-martial trUl of a Texas soldier charged with collaborating with the enemy opened at Tt. Sain Houston here today. The soldier, Cpl. Claude Batchelor, came into the WASHINGTON Sen.: McCar thy (RWis) -said today hs wil call no defense "witnesses in ' the 1U11. VClCi ""»»»»" "•" . - . -' ,. . . . will eive a clinpin" demonstration. Senate's new inves.Uga.Upu' P* hi All 4-H Club members who ex conduct which will'start here t pect to exhibit animals or take part .n judging at the Third District livestock Show are urged to attend by County Olive.' L. Adams. morrow. Arkansas Revenue Shows Decline LITTLE ROCK W Arkansas general revenue has Declined abbul $42,000 during the first .two months of the 195455 fiscal year. State Revenue Commissioner Vance Scurlock says .collections during July and August totaled -8,296,071, compared with ' $8,722 492 during the corresponding per od of the Jast'fiscal year. August collections dropped abou alien garrison of Dion Bien Phu ounded taps and >npt Reveille. "Taps for the newly-betrayed lillions of Indochinese who; must ow ry from riaster in the Revoo. He told a reporter, "I'm glad to get it over with." He was in the uniform he wore as a member of the First Cavalry and looked sturdier than he did when he left the Far East earlier this year. One of his attorneys said in an interview he would claim that the Army ' "promised Batchelor immunity and then went back on its promise. 1 ; The; attorney, Joel Westbrook of - ' . • • ,: • The; attorney, Joel wesioi Flying in from Los Angeles f°r! San Antnio, said Batchelor in nour inmlirv 'flnrl to Ipfll'n inp . .1 i.:_ m ...I* the new inquiry, -and to learn the verdict seven fellow senators have £?«X r incited to ^tena:"^ «ac^d" in the McCarthy Army i^aieilia cUU IIIVII^VM ,«n,,i.,rt« T\/J^r*»i.fl»tr cnir) ho (a eager to clear himself with American people." xr^cii ciii««3 «* •- *•*' *^-— -- iii demonstration will be completed by noon. Transportation to the farm will leave the courthouse at 9:00 o'clock. hearings, McCarthy said he is ready to testify in his own be naif in the new inquiry, if he IE re McClellan to Submit Report on Hearing WASHINGTON (UP) — Sen. Ar- iiir V. Watkins called his spe- ARKANSAN ST. LOUIS W Mi'?. .._-„-,. Ward. 43, of Little Rock, <|ted her yesterday aftey she collapsed a the Statler Hojtel. Police said sh wa,s dead on arrival at St. John hospital. Qlfipevs qupte<} hey husbsj' t Ernest Ward, 9? sayit^ his wif quested to .do so. But he indicated no desire to testify. His hope, he told a reporter, is for a quick windup of the inquiry, which he termed "a great waste of time. j l will cooporuto to get this thing out of the way as quickly as possible," McCarthy said in an interview. "It holds up my plans for an active Republican campaign speaking tour, . an<.l for investiga tions can't plan anything. ial committee into secret session! "It is a great waste of time oday to map final plans for the lh™ugh ..fault of the cormnitte. 'Vast Cunning' Laid to Demo Party by Hall By JACK BELL CINCINNATI Iff)—National Chairman Leonard W. Hall keynotcd a Republican party campaign pep rally here today by accusing congressional Democrats o£ using "vast cunning" in attempts "to make our anti-Communist Icgisla- Continued on Page Two guest of last year. The general revenues suppor public schools, welfare, colleges institutions and moijt of the gen eral departments of the state. Some Parts Scheduled to Get Rain The weatherman offered faint ray of hope today for relief trom the prolonged heat wave CherrySaysW While Remmel Starts Campaign LITTLE ROCK (rfl— Gov. Fran cis Cherry says he.wlll-npt-.run for governor as ftn -indeDendent in the November general .electioqs. ' The governor, \vho was denied a second term endorsement 'by voters in the Aug. 10, Democratic pri« mnry tins been the object ot a "draft Cherry" move. . Whon the droft movement first got underway shortly after' Cher ry lost the nomlneallon tn.prval Faubus, Cherry declined to comment. ' "I am a Democrat," Cherry, sain, "and 1 am not gointj to run as an independent, although many persons have asked me to." Cherry refused to say whether he would support Faubus. Even without Cherry 'on* the general election ballot, Faubus will have opposition. ' Arkansas Republicans have nominate^ Litj.le Rock's young Hepublican Mayor, Pratt Remmel, as their candidate for governor. , ~ , Republicans in Arkansas haven',! elected a governor since reqon- structlon days. But they feel, the sharp rift betweeb ihe Cherry; an<J Faubus Democrats giyes *them r a v&m r^jSs;,! t t»J%5*19 Iw* A* Plan Essential .£AR1S, tUP) .—,Thri.*f^ NatlonaUAssembly voted! to&i kill * the ' European *Defensfe % C munttv '(ED® IreVtr whicM "•" *s» f,-r^>»w munUy'(EDG) — have Included 500.--. a " European army, \u.. titrrts of ihe balloting Is,..-Death of the EDC ( <; ( btu both the^'UtlHed States;,ajnc aitt s .be,Heyjd the ..iBte. lr ,Qfv$ Europe * could > depend; canje, technical motion v{hich <r v an 'end s <t<v a}t,-, discusser controversial --~" *" votf was 318' to 270S unofficial;, , \ .- ** good chance to ' }' • Communist . In' the Democratic .primary | run, ' off, Cherry, Ji'the kansas General Assfembly,, Faubus, who said he^ quit McCarthy censure hearings start-! ng tomorrow. Watkins — stern, juclicial-mind- d Utah Republican — declined to cvoal what problems his six-man n-oup had to iron out. But he said liey were "largely procedural." It was the first meeting of the ommillee in 10 days and it was lecessary, among other things, o approve the.staff work that has >een done and to agree finally on low the hearings will be run. Meanwhile, Sen. John L. Mc- Jlellan (D-Ark.) announced he, vould submit the Democratic re)ort on the recent Army-McCarthy searings before nightfall today. The Republican majority of the Senate investigating subcommittee already has filed a 3,500-word report on the dispute. In addition. Sen. Charles E. Potter CR-Mich.) and possibly some other members were expected to .submit indivi- Once the charges had to be resolved, and that is the task of this committee and the Senate." Arkonson Killed in Missouri KENNETT, Mo., UP) Robert Sullivan, 34, of Trumann, Ark., was shot and killed hero Saturday night in a dispute over' another man's wife, state police reported. that sent temperatures soaring again over the weekend. The forecast said there may be a few isolated thundershowers in the south portion this afternoon' and early tonight and not quite so warm Tuesday afternoon. The forecast for the past two or three weeks has used the term "continued hot." Arkadelphia again was the hottest spot In the state yesterday according to Weather Bureau reports. The mercury climbed to 111 degrees in the Clark County city. Highs this afternoon are expect- Continued on Page Two Reds to Free; Five American Technicans SAIGON, InrJQchina,, (UP) —Five United States Air Force technicians captured by the. Communists during the last months ot the Indochina war were expected' to be freed today or tomorrow, French authorities announced today, The five Americans,,were captured by Communist revels June 14 near in air base where they were stationed at Tourae in central Viet Nam the technicians had violated security orders to go swimming at a beach four, miles from the base. They were, part of some 300 American technicians sent 'to Indochina during the siege of Dien Bien Phu to help service American planes flown by the French. v fsf, ?»''"?:" 7"~>* r p , Arkansas ever Sas seen. Cherry, sy:cuse,d FaubUs telling the truth 'atiouMlw , r connection -witji Cpmn>oflV' e Vw College neafMena, Ark., a we^iw sphool out even' a*, decent bi«lal» . _*•_!*£ i.tvj.«. £^j'<.-i*i,,i<ri banM&» f a,,$$ p e ' U n:.c^lective ScC qr medliyklttoiS that later was closed >*94 branded as communistic by a U.' St -attorney general, a Congressional ift-, vcstigating committee,! and the'Ar- ^mm oa.1 4eteot J bly.,'^ " ' .at •With th'4' school as soon as he Warned the true nature, accused .Chei-ry of instigating a smear campaign.* ' Faubus received a .7,«Xf'majority of the .375,775 votes cast, , - • Cherry's defeat ma4s him the second man in modern Arkansas history not to receive an'endorse- ment term as governor. ; • \ ^ . , - > , By WILLIAM ,w. H,UQHE;$ J,, LJITTLE ROCK' (UP) -~ One man stayed homo while' another The captured Americans are: PFC Donald E. Morgan, Flint, Mich. PFC Leonard R. Sroufek, Chicago, 111. Airman 2-C Ciro Sales, Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Airman 3-C Giacorna AppJice, Elizabeth, N, J. '. . Airman 3-C Jerry Schuller, Cleveland, Ohio. All Around the Town By Thi it»r tt«ff George Suler, assistant manager of Arkansas Inspection and Rating Bureau outlined the orgqnigation's coming inspection of Hope which is usually made every four years but it has been seven since one was made on a program at the Rotary meet last w,eek Mr. Suter told the group/that in seven State Patrolman W. C. Brooks years water consumption in Hope dual statements. The reports rpobably will be made public tomorrow or Wednesday And among the most interested readers will be members of the Watkins committee. Watkins said today that the documents' would be "studied right away" because they "cover some that we an said David Powers' farm home south of here after the younger man nad moved to Missouri to escape trouble with the dead man. Dunklin County Prosecuting At- orney Leon McAnally said Powers was not hejd because it appeared to be justiable homicide An inquest w}ll be scheduled later. Trooper Brooks sai-4 Sullivan and two companions went to Powers home and suggested ho leave so Sullivan could take Powers' wife, Betty Lou, 18, tp Tinman where the family fprm.evJy l ive <J Powers, rcf«8|4 tq leave. , said, and whew SuUivan walked onto the pprch IP enter the hpuse, Powers fired once with a 12 gauge i i 1_Ji.AI M ,rf e*.<Jli*t>tn 1»< 4Vl£l iad increased 80 per cent ... he didn't come right out and say but Hope will have to have an overhead shotgun, hitting Sullivan »n i- in the the ;ank soon in fact under the current improvement program which the city is undertaking following a water system inspection for insurance purposes the city has five years to install the overhead tank .... otherwise- Hope will be reclassified and insurance rates bjuec} . . . .a detailed improvement pro.gram was submitted an? the city, so far, has followed the plan tcj tl»e letter .... the coming ins.nectl«n is to point out fire ha sards in'the interest of fire preven tion and not tor rating purposes . . . . the program w«is arranged bj the iopsl Fire whizzed along the campaign {M\ today. J ; \ •' *' » Gov. Francis Cherry flatly^, re f moved himself from, consideration as a possible independent candl* date for re-election in the November general elppjjon. .„„ Meanwhile, Republican"" 1 Mayor Pratt Remmel of Littlo Rock swilng into White county to start an' un? precedented two-months eampsign for the governorship. The colorful 30-year-old capdid.ote »>T<W^'W ** !» ' « > ^ . i .« ti\ * .IPABJI&SP of rear ores) McRae write from Bagley, Vlinnesota: "For goodness sake tart out paper again ... we have leen on the move and just founc jut how the election went, was tunned about some of it and piea- jed about some . . . before anything else happens send us the Star. Mrs. Lois Russell, in charge of the J. C. Penny's Ready-to-Wear department, will return from Dalas Market Tuesday where she has seen buying fall fashions for the ocal firm. •» Teachers in Washington Schools The negro schools of Washington School District No. 12 will open, September 6th at 9:00 a. m, with all positions filled, Mr. T. A. Hulsey, Superintendent of Schools, announced today. The list of teachers and their tentative assignments are ---&.T* jr*.»p. •«*•»»• i&4A to Cleburno -.and iStwe couptw* * tomorrow, --Van Buren "-'couuty Egf, Wednesday, Searcy and ._ Continued pn Page Two.* BellSystem; ^ CIO y.nifin t "j Sign Coiifrtcl as follows; Lincoln High School: L. W, Williamson, Principal The local American Legion spoa sored Betty Ruth Sau'nders in the Miss Hospitality Contest in Little Rock. of Airman Ic John W. Shirley, Jr,, ,pn of Mr. anci Mrs. J. W. Shirley of Hope, has been assigned to Technical Training Headquarters at Gulf port, Miss., serving as a records clerk ... a Hope graduate he was aptive in the band, and entered th? service July 1951 . • • < e |?fc. James A- Maxwell, ol js, pBrUsipating ip Negro Schools; 0- S. Williamson, Soaeh, Mathematics and Science; J. P. Powell, Vocational Agricuk ture; Mrs. Glaclys B. Colston, Home Economics; Miss Helcne Coleman, Business Educatiqn and English! Mrs. Augusta Trotter, Social Science and English. Lincoln Elementary School; Mrs. Porpthy Lee Williamson, Elementary and High Sciipol I^b- vavian; Mrs. Juanita Bishop, liltli and sixth grades; Mrs. Virjunja, Stuart, fourth and fifth graces; Miss Mary Nash, second and third; Mrs, WuU> K, Mitchell, |Jrst grfta? ST. LOUJp *^ r j~ "* i ^tt vit s i sw t ? •*t f * the Southwestern., Bell, -Tolephpn? Co. and the CIO Communications Workers continued today to '" past the expiratiPA d9t?oQf-~,- T tract covering '5UOQQ 1 employes in an effort to dra"w up'S'^ew^firee' roent. , -,'Both sides have i sported prag ress durmg the closea sessjo^ p| the last 43 hPurs, v v Although the cwtrac? ?}«pire4 at midnignt last night, so r ""* by both sides extends Jt party oy thp other gives -.. termination, which ^l!*ep ,y fijf.ff^^ivf^^^f' 1 . llPp&9^9« sepi.«f acl ? a, Cityh Ss ,»M W W S^y^fc'^ ,*%« *w *l» .?Sfl*f«S^ frank P. director of the reported o last' night's a sottliement and music. The regular will be held Friiiay September 3, 1854 at T|»e ?ch»cj buses' win

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