Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 7, 1954 · Page 13
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Hope, Arkansas
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WANf AD RATES ' )f, W to tO to'A3 t .to 30 H'*» 35 )6 1U 4 It to 4 M 50 H 0;P t S f A ft, H d M , A * K A N $ A S Tuesday, ,-1tf4 J^I—»——».—« ^./..;,,,^. m> .l,l;,-.« fr j CLASSIFIED . AdiMastSelft^Ifie*39ftS'336teterf i ubilc6tl6l -j-^-e - .-.^....- ..._^.... LL APPLIANCES *LY^-- S|fr'jj*ty; 1 ,v', hK&& tree* Tailor Shop .20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 £8 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 ZERWORK fo^tHdt'.Moy Dlflfllnfl. Call ; j. Phone 7-8794, »«ii ? i j. i " f ' w:-* 7 >1 " *r M 1g|HAREl fhrtt Jut ...Oj* Dayl Month 14S> 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 -4.50 6.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t t;m* <w 75e per Inch 3 times 6gc p«f meh Rote* quoted above art tor con- tecirtlve insertion*. Irregular or skip- date od« will fake the one-day rate. All dolly classified advertising cOby Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day, The publishers reserve the right to rwvlse or edit all advertisements ef- fered for publication and to reject any oblettiotiable advertltlna *ub- mltted ! Initials of one or. more leHeri, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not b» responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are colled to our attention after FIRST Insertion 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. i»HONE:' PROSPECT 7-3431 For Sot« APPLIANCES » Toasters • ivlixers • Wafflfe Irons • Stearrt and Travel Irons. • Electric Blankets. * Everything in O'E Dormeyer Mirror-matic OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. B01S 'D ARC posts. See or write J. M. Walkter, Blevins, Ark. l-6t UPRIGHT piano, excellent con- ditlon.'See or call Lex Helms, Jr.. 60S S. Grady, Phone 7- 5532'after 6 "p. m. 6-3t SEE Mrs. O." J. Downing for fancy home made Christmas Phone 7-3163 208 Bonner. candy. 7-6t Help Wanted SKILLED CRAFT training job open due'to expansion Hope business. Permanent job. Requirements: Mule,.in 20's, with military ser- vice'behind him, high school graduate .or better. Tell about yourself, in letter in own handwriting. .Write:: Opportunity X, P. 0. Box 98, Hope, Ark. 27-tf. Hope Star it,} of HOD. liMI fnu JW ConMlMdtad January IS. 1M* Published every weekday afternoon by ITAR PUBLISHING CO. , "C. E. Palmer, President ' Alex. M. Waihburn, Secy-TrM, ot The .Star Bulldlnt 112-14 .South Walnut StrMt 1 , Hope, Arkaniai Alex. H. Woihburn, Editor * Publlihar Paul H. Jonei, Managing Editor Jen M. Davli, f dvertiilng Manaaw fioorge W. Hoimar, Moth. Supt. . Entered at second,clan matter at Hie , Pott Office at Hope, Arkoniai, •nder the Act of March I, 1S97. Notice Louisiana Team Downs Arkansas Tech &y The Associated Press ' Louisiana Tech was late last night, bi't aot tor> late to trounce the prido of Arkansas Tntercol-l egiate Conference basketball, team Arkansas Tech. Of the three AIC teams to wage court -warfare last night with non- conference foes, only ons came out with a victory .Southern State de- 'eated Little Rock Junior College )7-82. Tasting defeat along with Tech was Ouachita College whose aasketball team fell 70-81 to Beebe. Tech's Wonder Beys waited 30 minutes at Russellyille before the Bulldogs from Louisiana Tech ar- SPORTS ROUNDUP .•f «AYLt tALBOt. rived, but the Louisianans dls- YOUR chit* ia in danger when trespassing jon the property o; others cutting- Christmas Trees; l-6t Lost pensed with frivolity when they look to the court Tech suffered its first defeat of the season 85-88. Bulldog scoring was Jed by L. V. Nctris and Billy Wiggins who hit for 18 points a piece. High for Tech In the point department was Paul Ray Martin with 29. E. C. O'Neal was hot on Martin's heels with 21 points. At Magnolia, the Junior College Trojans from Little 'Rock jumped to a four point lend before Southern' State's Mulcriders found the range The Trojans trailed 45-38 at the half. The Little, Rock Visitors still ere second best when the Mule- iders posted a 97r82 victory. Little Rock's Jim Landers' Was redited with 28 points high for oth teams. The Muleriders ' were ed by Jimmy Gulp and Harley NEW YORK 1*1 There's -ono thing about Paul Richards bo can't be accused of playing favorites. If the deep-thinking boss of the Baltimore Orioles surrendered his pitching staff to the Yankees as some claim, he's evened matters up by turning his catching corps, Clint Courtney, ovor to his old boss Frank Lane of the Chicago White Sox. It is possible that Lane, by being patient and awaiting his turn at Richards, came tip with an athlete who will have as great an influence on the 1955 American League lace ns. will Bob Turley and Don Larsen, the two pitchers whom tho Yankees extracted in the lirst m ?or operation on the Oriole roster. With this deal, it might be added Richards disposed of his last important trading material and should be left along for a while to think. Courtney, • whose 'Scrap Iron" and nickname is who without much argument is the batil ingest player in the game today, could prove a key man in the White Sox pennant aspirations. His driving will to win, plus his burning hatred of the Yankees, might well keep the Sox from tailing off in the Wyatt Brushes Aside Talk of Leaving LITTLE ROCK OF) Arkansas Coach Bowden Wyatt, with r. "no comment." nimbly shook off questions about job possibilities with the University of Tennessee and left here yesterday for Fayettcvillo driving his 'gift from the football fans of Arkansas a new cadillac. Wyatt said he knew nothing of University of Tennessee Athletic Council's decision tb fire head football Coach Horvey Robinson. Robinson's release climaxed several rumor-filled .weeks durinfe hich s.ich action was'forecast and rodictions that Wyatt would be ie next Volunteer coach were ilentiful. However, yesterday, as Wyatt Tepared to drive off irt the new wo-tone "ffift" he said he knew lothing of the ?,hak«up'at his alma mater and that he had not been approached with an offer to succeed Robinson. Three Cage Games Tonight on Hope Court Three basketball games are sch- Bottle on for Invasion of West Coast NEW YORK I/P) Battle edulcd tonight in the High School jwdre being drawn today as the gymnasium, the first starting at j National and American Leagues 'raced to become "- "—' '~ '" fi:30 p. m. when the Blevins and Hope Junior boys tangle. This game will be followed by the senior girls of the two schools and the final contest will pair the senior boys. BETWEEN High -School and- town, pair dark .rim glasses with silver trim in Plastic ' qase. Phone 72859. reward. 4-3t •Menbtr of the Audit Bureau el '•• Circulations tt«*Ji. <fZ r^A^ ®S3#67?'-i*;~^,' Subscription Rotes (payabl* In ad- i v vance): ' iy carrier In Hope and neighboring -", * town*— ' l fvf week *»••»• • •25 ' Per year 13.00 * By' moll In Hempttead, Nevada, », LoFayette, Howard, and Miller court- One month •-. .'« « J' ' Thfee montni...........*............*.**^ ' »oo Six months -.....'. 2.60 On* year - 4.50 ' All other mall— ' ,One month 1.10 / Three monthi 3.2S ' tlx, monthi 6.50 fl One year % 13.00 ''' .H«fl Advertblng Repreientallvei: Arkonws, Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Ida.,, Memphit 2, Tenn.; 505, Texan ,' ionic Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. - Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60_ E. 42d St., New,York 17, N: Y.; 1763 •enobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. " Member el The Aiiocleted Preii! ^The Associated 1 Press is entitled exclusively to .the .use for republ cation of all th? local news printed In this newspaper, at well as all AP new* dispatches. ' BILLFOLD near Owen's Store, contains driver's license and pictures. Notify Mrs. Paul Dudney, Washington, Ark. 6-3t BLACK and white hound near Spring Hill. Reward. Contact D. L. Arnold,-Spring Hill Road, Route 1. 6-3t BILLFOLD at-Basket Factory Friday, with printed name 'Mrs. Denvll Sparks.; 1 Return to Hope Star. . 7-3t Real Estate for Sole Funeral Directors SPEND Christmas in your own home — for $1,000.00 down you can spend Christmas in ypui own lovely two b'edroom home complete in every way including floor furnace and .attic fan, mpn thly payments of'$45.00 includes insurance and taxes. / . LOVELY two bedroom and den home in perfect condition. Com plete with all the extras includ Ing large corner lot and severa large shade trees around th house. Can be financed to sui G. I. CALL FOSTER REALTY. CO; 217 S. Main St. PR 7-4691 6-S ^r -"[-<^1 •u 3 f :**'Vv% ! '• Service 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. For Rent romi-MOpci furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator, Garage. No children. -IVtrs. 'Ann a Judson, 220 N,'Elm. . 10-tf THREE room furnished apartment, private bath, Utilities paid. Phone 7-8205. 1-tf CLOSE-IN, 5 room house, garage and garden. Call Miss Lillie Middlebrooks 7-2894. 6-3t The Negro Community •y Helen Turner Phone 7-6830 Or bring Item* to Mlis Turner •t Hlcke Funeral Home Nelson-Hill Post No. 427 will mee Tuesday night, December 7, at o'clock. Slats) McDuffie • who amassed oints each. 13 LaSalle Rated Tops in U.S. Grid Ranks By The Associated Press I.a Salle and the University of Centucky rated 1-2 today as the op college, basketball tesyns in he country in a preseason Associated Press poll. La Salle captured the NCAA ournament last spring, while Ke» .ucky was ranked No. 1 in the final AP poll after that tourney was completed. Kentucky ,was undefeated in the 1953-54 season, and c tayed out of. the NCAA tourney Because three of /its strrs were ineligible. With 61 sports writers and broadcasters balloting, La •• Salle received 34 first-place 'votes and 17 for second to roll up 54G points. Kentucky got 13-firsvplsce voles stretch, as they have the past three season^. We, for one, are happy to see the bellicose backstop get his chance with a contending club. We predict too that the hard rock from Lou^'si- ar.a will make his present felt in a hurry, as he was not able to do except on violent occasion — while toiling with the dismal St Louis Browns and Baltimore the past three yeprs. The first time we bumped into the squat, bespectacled young catcher was in the spring of '51 shortly after he had reported to Ihe Yanks. We had been partially prepared for the meeting by ei-s Hornsby, who had rrtanayed Courtney the previous season a Bailment. The Rejah said thn Clint was his kind of ballplayer which should have been a tipot'f but the rookie's opening remarks still came as' a mild jolt. That Yogi Berra might b< he conceded, "but he ain' Wyatt would say only that the lazorbaeks would begin practice •gain tomorrow in preparation for heir Cotton Bowl game New Year's Dayi . , • the only catcher in the world. 1 these'; birds'll only give mo i change I'll shew 'em I'm .just a good'''as> he is." ^ The kid (lie's 26 now). vasn't be ing flip, and he didn't crank even a small smile as he went on to tel why he should be f irst-strin fights Last Night By The -Associated Press New York Halo Scorichini 154 1 ,i, Italy, outpointed Chico Varona, 153, Cuba. 10. Brooklyn Bobby Bell, 127V4 Youngstown, Ohio, outpointed Car mclo Costa, 129'/2, Brooklyn, 10: Los ' Angeles Neal Rivers 1(57 Las Vegas, Nov., stopped Charley (Tombstone) Smith, 155, Waco Tex. 5. Many' animals pass part of the year in sleep, the process being called hibernation when it ocCur in cold weather and aestivation when it takes' weather. . place in hot, dry snd 343 -points based on 10 for first, 9 for secon9, etc. The - leading teams with place votes in parentheses: 1. La Salle (34) 2. Kentucky (13) 3. Duqesnc (1) 4. Iowa (3) 5. Holy Cross (3' 6. Indiana 7. Dayton 8. Niagara (1) 9. Notre Dame 10. N.C. State (1) Second 10: 11 Oklahoma A&M (1 ) 32. St. Louis (1) 13. UCLA 33. Illinois 15. Wichita 16. tJtah 17. Wake Forest (tie) 37. Duke 19. Pcnn State 20. Western Kentucky catcher for the world champions. He was in deadly earnest And he has never ceased to see that the Yanks sent 'him to their Kansas City farm and then sold him to the Browns without having given him a fair shot at Yoki's job. - Rice Dismisses Two Key Cage Players By The Associated Press • Rice hits the floor in its home 'ourt for the first time Tuesday light minus two of the players who cd the way to victory in the Owls' inly other ^amc of the basketball eason. The Owls face Lnmar Tech in cnc of two games involving con- erence teams. Texas Christian jlays St. Louis a'. St. Louis in the other. Missing from the Rice lineup will De Gerry Thomas sophomore and IhE-.rles Christcnsen. senior, forwards who were asked to withdraw from Rice yesterday for violation of school rules Thomas led the freshman team in s.coring last year and scored the winning points for Rice in his one varsity appearance this sca- bon. He was rated one of the top prospects this year. Christenscn, a junior college transfer last year, also stfirtcd the first game with Lamar Tech. News of the dismissal of the two highlighted news from the confer ence which otherwise consisted ol Southern Methodist's 99-86 victory over Northwestern Louisiana State and Baylor's 60-48 loss tc Tulsrj SMU's victory kept.the Mustang; unbeaten in three staits. Sopho more Center Jim Krets raced tli victors with 31 points, 21 of them in the first hall. The 6-8 Missour ian hit over .500 from the floor dumping in 15 of 28 shots. Ar Barnes was right behind with 2" The pr-nics got the lead early ir the game and never let go. Thej led 49-43 at halftime. Forward Murray Bailey's 2 the first to Invade the lucrative Pacific Coast territory. That was the big news as officials of the two major leagues nd- mitled they were discussing possible expansion to a 10-club operation. Los Angeles and San Fran-. Cisco territory are the objectives. %• I After the American League ali- V ncamccd its realignment t-brhmit- | tee hfd been increased to fotir l t members- headed by Frank Lnfio cf the Chicago White Sox. the National loop admitted for the first me it had also' discussed the Golden West." The American League comml- e will report at the summer .leetings in Milwaukee next July. iowever, the National League will points we're net enough to giv Baylor, a .win. The Bears kep things close until the last aix.min utes when .Tulsa poured throug 15 points while holding Baylor to Dec. 7, 14, 21, 28 sremble in Nev/ York again in ebruary to talk over the- West ?oast program. Phil Wriglcy, owner of the Chiago Cubs and Los Angeles Anels of the Pacific Coast League. ubmiUed a detailed report to the -laiional League at a secret ses- ioh Nov. '22. ; hrce. The game was tied 4545' when he Tulsa surge bsgan. . * Bob Patterson led Tulsa with 25 points. Legal Notice No. 7693 In the Chancery Court of • Hempstead County, Ark. Nashville Federal Savings and Loan Association , Plaintiff . vs. James L. Hood & Clara L. Hood, his wife, and Morris • J. Francis and • Jessie E. *> Francis Defendant ( WARNING ORDER The defendants, James L. Hood, Clara L. Hood, Morris J. Francis '. and Jessie E. Francis warned to appear in this court within thirtr days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Nashville Federal Savings and Loan Association. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 4 day of December, 1954. Garrett Willis,-Clerk..§p (SEAL) Steel & Steel Attorneys for Plaintiff John P. Vesey Attorney Ad-Litem first- 549 343 288 255 210 208 113 115 114 95 91 83 78 74 64 51 33 33 31 30 ing Hopewell P. T. A. will meet Tuesday night, December 7, at 7:30 o'-> clock. UNTIED Jr. > Nlfbt PNnt NINE room house, modern viences, coi'ner S. Main and 23rd St. Phone 7-3246. 6-3t John W, Williams of Hope died at his home Sunday, December 5. (Funeral arrangements are incom- 1 plete. UWFV»NJ6HED 5 room duplex 1V4 felqclcs irom town, Call 7'3329. 6-3t 4 room apartment. W, pivigion, Call 7-2153, 6-3t COMPLETELY furnished 5 room house with sleeping porch. 503 Street. Leo Robins 74356. Tennessee Would Like to Get Wyatt KNOXVILLE, Tenn.' M"l The Service* Offered JIATTRESS renovation and Inner, spring work Cobb Mattress Co, 319 South Washington. Phone 7-2633, 7-3t. chairman of the University of Tennessee Athletic Council says ths University is after "the best man we can get" tp take the job as head football coach as speculation on Arkansas' continues to center Bowtlen Wyatt. "Who wouldn't like to have _.,„„ „ . ., . , _ Wyatt or a man like him?" said RAkpB Montwrnery Market, Cus* N _ w Dovgheity chairman of tlw torn fllaugl»tenng. Pnow^T-SSBl. 1 counoU when aslced if Wyatt was mo> ,tho No. 1 repteccmen tfoi Harvey water.well service, aw siije, Ro . b j, n50n - , , or depth, see or ' write 0. T.I M ^ r th . e poorest season in 30 pinrk Pain Ark 19-tf y e ars, the council /voted unatii Clark,. Cale, Ar*. ,,, M ".mpusty yesterday not to renew $1 per Robinson's contract when it ex- parking week:, $3 per month. See clerk,pitcs Dec 31. at .'Hotel Henry. 'Phone 7-3491, | At Little Rock yesterday, Wyatt I'Gt.was given a 1955 Cadillac by tho people of Arkansas who ccntvibuted ,$ $20,000 gift fund in recognition of Phone,Wyatt's success with the Razor- Wonted to R0nt Basketball By United Press EAST Harvard 61; Northeastern 49 Duquesne 72; Carnegie Tech 52 Hofstra 67; Kingspoint 58 Rider 94; Bloomfield 55 SOUTH Dnvidson 76; Guilford 69 Virginia Military H3; Hampden Sydney 74 • Virginia 95; Randolph Macon 54 Wnfford 75;'Stetson 71 Florida State 7.0; Georgia Tchrs 67 West Virginia Wesleyan 106; Beckley 81 . Winston-Salem 90; St. Paul Inst. 64 North Carolina A & T 96; West Va. State 85 Catholic'University 78; Western Md 72 Fisk 76; Alabama State. Coll. 75 'MIDWEST Missouri 64; Indiana 61 Iowa State 78; Corleton 60 Iowa 84; Nebraska 61 Kansns 83; L.S.U. 58 Loyola (111- 90; North Dakota State 75 Marquette 96; CreJghtor. 68 Washington (Mo) 66; Mississippi State 44 Wisconsin 80; Western Michigan THE FORD THUNDERBIRD INSPIRED THE BEAUTY OF FORD'S FOUR NEW HIGH-STYLE LINES FOR 1955 Whether you choose one of the new Fairlane models, Customline models, Mainline models, or one of the 5 new Ford station wagons—your Ford ie sure to set- the fashion note for '55. Tri Try ue Power FORD'S NEW Y-BLOCK V-8'S ARE WIDE-AWAKE POWER AT ITS I RESPONSIVE BEST Ford's new 162-h.p. Y-block V-8 or 182-h.p. Y-block Special V-8 brings you new. Trigger-Torque power. Such Ford advances as new turbo-wedge combustion chambers and new turbo-action spark plugs (a Ford "first") bring you speed-trigger getaways . . . extra bursts of power for faster, easier passing ... and extra hill-climbing power. Only Ford, builder of more V-8's than all other makers combined, could bring you these great new Y-block V-8's. They're the. top triumpi.of Ford's 23 years of V-8 experience. Feel Angle-Poised Ride OLD ^<*""~~~- i s. HEW x'*T~* fc "x. 'PViics \rao-n T?rtt-rl TiQO ro-Ar\ormt«iT FORD'S FAMOUS BALL-JOINT FRONT SUSPENSION IS ADVANCED FOR '55 ... TO GIVE A STILL BETTER RIDE This year, Ford has re-engineered its ""front suspension to reduce road-joint jar. Springs are tilted at an angle so they absorb road shock from the front as well as straight up from beneath the wheels. This results in a new Angle-Poised Ride that cushions minor flaws of paved roads as well as big bumps. 11 TuesJay> November f, ?§S4 ' HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS a Pec, 6-1 Mo, backs. Wyatt had no comment to questions about rumors that he might la(te over a? pilot of the Vols and observers at the v presentation expressed! hope that the new automobile "would, keep the Arkansas license plates. Tlve UT council appointed a com jrUUee to seek q suitable head coacjv \jyijp prftbab^y will trained normal 78 Dickinson Tchrs 81; Montana Normal 73 Tech 8,8; *<*»# Neylancl. formw Rockhurst 69; Southwestern 02 Detroit 91; Bowling Green 60 Ball State Tchrs 83; Michigan Eastern Tech 85 Lakeforest College 93; Wheaton 82 SOUTHWEST Tulsa 60; Baylor 4;?. Colorado 69; Brigham Young 4$ Southron MethpdM 99; N, W- 67; Abilene Chris- ILONDII I? Chick Ytftftf OH,DEAR--1 THOUGHT I BROKe MIM OF THAT AWFUL l\ ' IV t'Nt . e—. BLONME.tfjaUGHT UW£— My on OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Willlomi Movie Actress Answer to' Prfevloua Puizfe ! ACROSS 9 Highways l 1 Movie actress, I performer , child ; 18 Cotton fabric {10 Store fodder. Texas ,ian 6.0, J|8.y5 Pollege 72; crn State 58 Southwest, Texas Payne t$ NSW 1QJ; Howard 6.3; S.u\ £p#« 66 55 FORD CORtHAUY INVirf YOU Tp COAIf IN F0* A HOPE AUTO CO. 7^ai«i If Yoy'r« Interest^ in an r * >f^'^f.'i* .>- & !••, ,t , t . W f ? I x(l 4f..r. t.M*« ^»- YOUR FORP PEAUiR FOR OVER 30 HOPE, ARK. " sleep 27 Islands off color Photography 30 Dispatched 45 DemolWh 31 Notes in 46 Passage in Guide's scale the brain 37 English river 47 Sleeping 38 Eats away' " furhittire 40 Church official 49 Important 41 Duration metal 42 Toward the 60 Before sheltered side 52 British money 43 New Zealand of account timber tree 53 Grab 35 Ampmtneater 36 Seed coverings 37 Hates 39Pilot 41 Paving ' /'• substance 44 Lion 45 Body part 48 Puffed UD '51 Give ' 54 Withdraw BS Rubbed out 38 Humbler 87 Weappnf DOWN 1 Nazi deserter, , 2'Ages .3 Tardy 4 Mariner's : direction 8 Born • :0 Masculine appellation . 7Cubicp»eter .':, 8 Pro and — - 13 15 17 & 3i W. & HI UB 5<l 5t Z £ k $: ti ¥3 1 m 4 # m 49 • 5 m LL m #> *. 8 0. M m r 4i 19 M w y 7 If It. 9 M m 38 bi S5 •MM 8 m !3 /» & 35 M *. •Hew- 9 d M w ! - » /y 7" - ». te *>• 7. 'i! T/ •••• LIFE'S. 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