Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1954 · Page 13
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 23, 1954
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* s.vjtf 5 ?*-^.r>v •**;•*j^-^;^-^;-, f x "•"' Thursday, December 23,1954 HOPE STAR, HOPE, A ft K A N $ f A S HOM STAR, MOP 6, ARKANSAS L DISPLAY i?*wja MB ?? fiHrt . Call >UCKITT Ph6ne 7*8794 TRESSES $htfe Into lnnert»flii Quarantead DAVIS A MaHrtii Phort. 7<821I SHARES etf Income fund available from fATES CLASSIFIED ' Ads Must Me tit Cilice Day Before Publication WANT AD RATES Ift AK Wbft* Adi art payable od<ronce but ods will be accepted over the telephone tiftd oeeofciodo- tldrt accounts allowed with the,,, vn- defstanding "the account i* payable whin statement is rendered, Help Wonted WAITRESSES .wattfed. Apply at Diamond Cafe. 21-31 Lost, Strayed or Stolen Number Of Words Up to 15 14 to 20 21 to 25 24 to 30 3) to 35 3ft to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1 20 1.35 1.50 THree Days .90 1.20 1.50 1 80 2.10 240 2.70 300 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3 00 350 400 4.50 5.00 One Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time .......... . ...... 75c per Inch 3 times ................... 60c per inch 6 times ......... 50c per inch Rotes quoted above are for consecutive. insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All doily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups Or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 |fIghway 87 Weit JK'S HTURE CO. LllT|lt« West |«rreli for Sale Ark. OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL ... PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF Funeral Directors HERND0N CORNELIUS .BURIAL ASSOCIATION . Largest and Oldest In South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo, Lost TWO black hogs, 70 Ib. In Proving Ground area. See Jamie Russel or Phone 7-9990. 21-3 Services Offered iWUi" ' •,' Service c«r».'"»ee tii-before " ») PORTER 'Weit MATTRESS renovation and Inner spring work- Cobb Mattress Co 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf NE dark brown Jersey cow. Weighs abbUt 700 Ibs. 8 years old. E. W. Gdpeland, Phone 7-2271. 22-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner PHone 7-5830 Or bring Item* to MI«R Turner at Hicks funeral Home Lions, Browns MeefforTifle CLEVELAND WP! The National Football League championship game here next Sunday means a lot Of things to 't lot of people. Tc most, of course, it's the test that will prove for another season which pro team is the best in the land the defending chp.mpin t)«- tioit Lions or the challenging Cleveland Browna. To one player the contest will be an end to a highly successful career in the play-for-pay loop. To another pernaps a.'ro playing his last game it -vill be a chance to break and cl.iim for his own one of the most respected records in the football business. Les Bingaman the 315-pounc guard for the Detroit Lions says he definitely will be playing his wan song nsxt week against the Jrowns. .Bingarnan clans to become a re-very representative. He joinec he Lions in 194P and. has played even seasons. The Altar Gift Club held its annual Christmas party at the home of the president, Mrs. Sara Kami- ton Tuesday night, December 21. Mrs. M. Lihdsey and Mrs. Temmie B. Epps conducted the program. Members and. guests present otaled fourteen. Gifts were exchanged from a beautiful Christmas tree. The house was decorated throughout with Christmas col ors. Refreshments were served to all. Mrs. Sarah Hamilton, hostess, he co-hostesses were Mrs. Persie Turner, Mrs. Odessa Bradley and Mrs. Zadie'Jones. The guest list included: Mrs. M. Lindsey, Mrs. Ella Chcatham, Mrs. Laura Johnson, Mrs. Leona Mctcalf, Mrs. Connie Hamilton, Mrs. Odessa Bradley Mrs. Zadie Jones, Mrs. Persie Turner, Mrs, Bessie McFadden, Miss Addie M. Muldrow, Mrs. Effie G George and Mrs. Temmie B. Epps The Rev. W. R. Leake, pastor o Bethel AME Church will preach the annual Christmas sermon at Bee Bee Memorial CME Church Satur day, December 25, at 11 a. m. Alii choirs please be present. The public is invited. Transfer of Braves Starts a New Trend By HUGH FULLERTON JR. Of The Associated Press When Lou Perini picked up the Kentucky Rolls to Win Own Tournament By JOHN CHANDLER Of the • Associated Press Kentucky was ready to celebrate Christmas in peace today but sr-:--;35nr—^- "T r"*-~y&~*y~^Z- ^^^A^^^ ;/.^L&>*C.£ - w ** • '• v--^«^» L « ........ ...,,_ . '_ . ' ' , eral other top-ranked teams, inclucl- unprof liable Braves in Boston and . „ ; ,ncl GeoVgc Washington dropped them in the fertile newi ° & territory Of Milwaukee, he started one of the most significant trends in recent .-.ports history. Folk-wing the Braves West. ths Athletics were sold find shifted from Philadelphia to Kansas City after the 1954 season while the St. I ouis Browns moved Ea=t into Baltimore which had not had major league baseball since 1902. Ther-e three changes, the first in the major leapue setup in 50 years were just the fore-runners of other shifts in. the opinion of can't say the same after another wave r.f major upsots on 1'ie college basketball'courts. Coach Adolph RUpp's Kentuckians bolstered their claims to the No. 1 ranking last night by easily defeating LaSalle 63-45 in the final of the Kentucky Invitational Tournament. It was the 30lh straight victory'and 128'in a row on the home court at Lexington, for the Rilpp men. LaSalle Conch Ken Lceffler said the Wildcats were better that the broadcasters. In the :ieer future SWC Cagers Quit Until January by The Associated Press The Southwest Conference quit Basketball play Thursday until after Christmas, following Wednesday night play that*gave the circuit its best record, in more than a pot'sibly in 1955. the majors wi'l na io^ssponswrHersanl -beaten Kentucky club which won - £5 games last season. Snn Francisco's surprising Dons locked Gooivje Washington 73-57 in the finals" of the All-College Tonr ney at Oklahoma City and highly touted Illinois of the Big Ten was blasted 72-60 by Loyola of New Orliipns. In the consolation 'garni? move to the Pacific coost the ex- rerls say. In the annual Associated Press year-end poll the writers and broadcasters were asked: "What us he outstanding trend, characteristic or development in sports in 1954" A similar qucition was asked about what is to be expect ed in 1955. The answer to both was virtually the same. For 1954 i; was the U-'i , . *«•••" May Christmas bring resp^ ' us Closer to lasting peace on earth Guy Grigg Decorators Supply We extend to you our with every good wish for your complete happiness in the days t6 C0ta«. Brookwood Grocery RALPH Montgomery Market, Cus torn alaughtering. Phone 7-3361 10-1 Mo FOR water well service, any size or depth,N see or write O. T. The Melody Five Gospel singers of Magnolia will give a musical program at Rising Star Baptist Church Tuesday night, December 28.'A quilt will be given away free. Sponsored by the mission band. The public is invited. week. Alter losing 12 of its last 15 games the locp rolled up two victories in three starts as Texa A&M whipped Pepperdine 86-84 foi Ihe consolation '.itle of the West Texas State holiday tournament, Texas Christian socked Auplin College 97-65 and Southern Methodist bowed to Bradley 82-73. Next action in sight is the South WEST Cfonference tournament at Houston Dec. 27-23-29. Conference play begins Jan. 4. TCU Center Richard O'Neal set throe record and the frogs set a fourth in the rout of Austin. It w:is the highest varsity score in the school's history.' O'Neal's marks were 15 field shifting of major league franchises jnto new • territory and the consequent deterioration of the minor leagues. For 1955 it will be further expansion either by new moves to the West or by taking in new clubs to form 10-team leagues. Cther 1954 trends recognized by considerable groups of voters in- at Lexington Southern California upset Utah 5452 after the Utes cce led by 15 'points. The results were rough on the top-ranked, teams for the AP poll this week had Utah No. 2 Illinois No. 3. LaSalle No. 4 and George Washington No. 3. This v/as the second year in a row that Kentucky has beat™ La- Spile in the Lexington tournament latt year it was by 7?-60. Last night Kentucky went ahead at once to a 20-5 lead and there was never much doubt about the outcome. Bil- 1 cl UiV* Cl W»J.'O *•"- »w«.».j --- ----- ^ c-uoci a levelins-off of strength in ly Evans got 20 points and Bob college football, improved pertor-! Bui row 18 for Kentucky, while La- mances and record-breaking in jSulle's Tom Gola tabbed 20. track greater interest in spots ce- Bill Russell cutstanmns player ated'by television the emergence Jin the Oklahoma City tournament nf flip National Leaeuc as superior i again was the San Francisco s.ar of the National League as superior to the America nand "the decline of boxing as a reputable sport." The last, incidentally was the gentlest way boxing v/as mentioned. It also was described as "sickening garbage" and "a dishonest rsuduient form of televised vaudeville." We wish you the greatest happiness th&t comes with sharing Christmas with friends and neighbors and with sharing the Holiday with tiim, in His house AmeeheWill Spearhead• North Attack MtAMl Fla. -J/R College can McDonald -of- Michigan and Tcm Gastall of Boston University have been doing the passing for ( the Yankees in the week's xvork- jouts. With ends Bob Long and Bob Heylenfeldt of UCLA or. the receiving end, alt three looked great, The South was esatblis=hed yes- ,terday ES a Seven-point favorite foot-j and Williamson said that "by tra- balls greatest gainer, fullbackIdilion I suppose the South shouH Alain Ameche of Wisconsin will | be favored." But he hastened to spearhead the North ground attack remark, "I think we can stand in the North-South All-StEi- gamo toe to toe with them." here Christmas night but the. Dixie nas dominated the seven- Yankees' hopes may nde with garne a ii. st a>- series winning five their passers. | garnos an d tying cne. In the past, North Coa.:h Ivy Williamson of!the grmes have been wide- open Wisconsin says he expects AmechaLerial battles bu t South coach to gain plenty of yardage but he,Andy Gustafson says the Rebel ofadds: "I think our chances will depend mostly on hwo well our Ihrowers click.' 1 Florian Helinski of Indiana Diin- fohse this year will be based on running. "We don't expect to hold Ameche" GuKtnfson snio;. "He'll JOE'S CITY BAKERY BYER'S GULF STATION pleto ind Balers Tractors ... Tractor Co. **'* It * 'A' L. ' gnoliq, Ark. * 1140-R Clark, Cale, Ark. 19-tf SEPTIC tanks pumped out. Go ' any where, any time. Phone Prospect 7-9989. Dec. 6-1 Mo. REPAIR, sales and service. Clifford B. Evans. 2112 Junction ' City Rd. El Dorado, Ark. DEC. 17-lMo. For Rent large stock of ,.Jf<»£'«H, trucks i,' Come in and e TriQt Broken -Installed ijjje jMSt the right forypgr car or 1 'jt installed f$$alVcige Co, $M>4 $tr|et • NEWLY decorated . unfurnished apartment. Private bath. Bills paid. Phone 7-9934. After 2 p."rn. Phone 7-3696. 15-tf A Christmas play "Twas The Night Before Christmas" will be presented Saturday night, December 25, at the Church of God in Christ, 911 Bell St. The public is invited. The Rev. D. Staford and members of Emmet will worship at Mt. Zion CME Church Sunday, December 26, at 3 p. m. Rev. I.. M. Manning, pastor. The Rev.T. M. Manning has been .called: out of town for the funeral of his brother. goals 15 free throws and his total of 45 points. Jim Deatherage paced Auwtin with 35. The triumph at Canyon was the tirst of the season for the Aggies. They pulled even with the West Coaf.t team late in the game and moved ahead five ponits before time ran out on a Pepperdine at- lepl to regain the score. Bill Brophy and John Fortenberry led A&M with 2..4 'and 23 points. Bill Barnes' 36 points led'Pepper- ne. SMU led 20-11 at the end of ths first 10 minutes of the clash with Brndley, but the Braves' Harvey Babetch began the scoring spree that gave him a total for the night end the host team forged ahead. The Mustangs tied it twice late in the game knotting the score THREE room house, 4 blocks from business section. $35 per month. John P. Vesey. Dec-18-1 mo. LARGE house located at 622 W. Division. Wade Warren, Phone 7-2^47 or 7-2065, 23-6t For Sole APPLIANCES , , • • Toasters • Mixers. • Waffle Irons •.Steam, and Travel Irons. • Electric Blankets. • Everything in G-E Dormeyer Mirror-matic OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. ELECTRIC train with track and switches mounted on board with rollers* Eldon Coffman. Phone 72633. - • • • Mrs. Anna Coleman left Wednesday for Muskogee, Okla., to spend the holidays with relatives and friends. Mack Observes 92nd Birthday FORT MYER, Fia. UP) — Connie Mack the grand old man of baseball is observing his 92nd birth- cay with a quiet family dinner party today. Actually he was 29 yesterday. At the request of oldi friends he decided to celebrate this year on the date he thought for so long was his birthday. The long-time Philadelphia Athletics' manager was born near midnight. Until two years ago he thought he arrived just after mid- \vilh 23 points. After a close first half, the Dons ran up a 55-30 lead and coasted the final 10 minutes. Basketball takes a breather with scattered- games tonight then a rest until after Christinas when a heavy schedule of tournaments will run into the new year. Bradley beat Southern Methodist 82-73 as Marvcy Babetch of the Braves set a school home scoring record of 31 points. Other Big Ten teams rlso found it tough sledding. Brigham Young upset Michigan 70-60, Butler downed Northwestern 83-02 DePaul edged Michigan State 76-75 and California took Ohio State 54-50 for the second night iri a row. St. Louis beaten Tuesday night by the University of Washington, came back to whip the Huskies ',3-64 and Memphis State upset Nebraska in another intersectionnl left. Babetch then hit six straight free throws and Sten Albeck dicpped a bracket through to sew up the decision. Jim Krebs paced 66-6C and 70-70 with 4'/ 2 minutes SMU with 22 points. fray 86-79. UCLA walloped New Mexico 106-41. night Dec. 23. Then an old family friend disclosed the birth was just before midnight Dec. ?3. He served that birthday in 1952 ob and Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Crosby of Washington announce the arrival of a baby girl, December 19, 1954. The fifth grade class of Blevins Training School had its Christma,s party on Monday December 20 The room was beautifully decorated for .the Yuletide. Many beautiful gifts were received by, each pupil. The class and their sponsor wish to express their greatest appreciation to Mrs. Nancy Scott, Mrs. Kathrvn Dixon and Mrs. Odessa Doby for the delicious food prepared. Visitors were Mrs. Rosie Caple, Cledith Dixon, David Johnson and Mrs. Clem Dixon. HOLIDAY GREETINGS A train-load of lies! ifilhes for your bitf>f:eit of holiila) i! Hosey Downtown Texaco Station ^ Ellen's Flower Shop DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. MAIN PHARMACY Professional Prescription Service '• Martha Washington; Candies TWO ton hand wrench. See at 'Frank. .Walters Garage, 22-2t ipeStar few ,f '- /• ,'• - 1947 J^IEP, 4 wheel drive, heater, good. top. Phone 7- 5858. 23-3t * Real Estate for Sale FfJA approved and available for immediate occupancy this two , bedroom home is located on a Jarge corner lot with streets paved, Th§ home is iii A-J condition, 5'years old; and ideal for the family wanting a den with real fireplace. Priced to sell. BUY this equity in a nice, attractive tvVo bedroom home and move in by January 1st. G. J, Loan 4% interest vyith small monthly pay : ments can be assumed. Local ed at 1305 South Hervey. ON 16th Street' this three bed room home can be bought oi FHA or 100% G. I. financing. Available for occupancy January 1st 9$ owner is being transferred. Attached carport, paved streets, corner Jot, fenced backyard and Basketball Garrett's Shoe Shop By The Associated Press UK invitational Tourney Kentucky fi3; Lasalle 54 (Final- Southern California 54; Utah 52 (consolation) Oklahoma City All College Tourney San Francisco' 73, George Wash- inptpn 57 (final) Oklahoma City 73; Tulsa 68 (two overtimes for third place) ; Wichita 82; Wyoming 74 (for fifth place) Houston 57; Oklahoma AIM 43 (for seventh place' West Texas (Canyon) Tpurney West Texas 67; Harclin-Simmons 54 (final) Texas A & M 86; Pepperdine 84 iconso'.at'on) Other games Fordham 61; St. Josephs (Pa) 52 New Orleans Loyola 72; Illinois other nice features. CALL FQSTEJR REALTY CO. 317 5. Main St. 22-3t PR7-4691 66 Notice •BUY -your- -artifieal spvaye and bouquets lor cemetery decorations . Also 'fr«sJi- cut flower at Campbells flower Shop. 1804 Memphijs, §tate 86; Nebraska 79 Butler 83; Northwestern 82 Bradley 82; -Southern Methodist 73 .... Depsul 76; Miclngan State 75 Detroit 66; Oregon 7-1 Chicago Loyola 81; South Dakota Stele 73 Miami (Ohio) 72; Toledo 70' California 54; Ohio Stae 50 . . ' Brigham Young 7Q; Michigan 60 St. Louis 73; Washington'64 . UCLA 106; New Mexico 41 Washington State 72; Montana 63 Crow - Burlingame Let us hear in our hearts the age-old message of peace and good will, and a hope for all the •. — blessings of * happy Christmas time, Wanted corn.'Hope SEASON'S GREETINGS SAN FERNANDO, Calif. (UP) LocaJ police have been displaying (he Christmas spirit. Instead of placing traffic court citations on autos perked overtime they have been givmg our Christmas cards read: "The city erf San F£?n.an<Jp and the police department, in, the spirit R&TIDGS Hope Hardware Co. for You 'THE HAPPIEST CHRISTMAS OF THEM ALL Collier Tire & Battery Service MIDWEST DAIRY PRODUCTS y there come to you at this Christmas time all the precious things of life — health, happiness and enduring friendships. chRistnus iV*Vt%V*'W»''»V**JV»V«V»VV«W.V«V»J CHECKERED CAFE (Management and Staff) Wish Qyr friends and Customers a 'MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY IW TO EACH OF OUR LOYAL FRIENDS To you grid yours, we wish the merriest Christmas yov have ever spent, filled to overflowing with all th* many good thing* in lif». LIEBLONG INSURANCE AND REALTY CO "* *"l~ i jKu-rmirm. f, r-t-is^a "' *«»* n **-" w ~» ,^i-^ •T^..-^/^-/^n^4^^,_ ^- -> ,lBm ^^ pt jlr^ JCt •to^*B** ££^ *I^P ^^^^^^^ » *^|^^ ^^QH&T^^^m ^^^^^^ JA, SOUTHWEST WOOD PRODUCTS GMNTER Racing Attendance Simply Fantastic NEW YOftK CUP) A fantastic total of 28,559,267 persons or nearly one-fifth the population of the United States Jammed through the turnstiles at the nation's rate tracks in 1954 and they -bet $2,034,914,728 a United Press survey revealed today. The total attendance may have rearhed 29 million as South Dakota does not report its attendance and several fairs in ^Massachusetts and California v/ere not included in tha figures. But those fairs .usually have about 150,000 persons. , Attendance was up 326,256 persons fcr a 1 1 per cent Rain from the 28,233,01 of 1953 while the bet- Inig total dropped 2 per cen tfrom last year $2,076,644,150 for a. loss of $41,729,428. . j ., There were 2934 racing days this y'er.r compared v/ith 2849 in 195,1 Once apain , New York the. perennial leader topped the, list in betting totals and once again California topped the empire state in attendance..In New York 4,395,642 persons bet $363,306,510 in 196.days for a daily attendance average of 22,436 and a daily, betting average of $1,900,911. . . . California reported attendance of 3,653,996 persons .who bet $326 842 150 at the state'si six major tracks in 270 days f on daily averages of 17,237 persons and $1,263,355.. More Bids on Airforce Base LITTLE ROCK wi 'A bid of $164,838.50 by W. A. : Gray/Con- ftruction Co. of Shreyen'orl, La. \VP.E the apparent low of five bids ."ubmitted for construction of- a base operations building and control, tower for Little Rock Air Force Base Army Engineers announced today. The district engineer's office said bids on similar construction fpi Blytheville Air Force Base will be opened this afternoon at 2.. The Little Rock job calls for building a two-story masonry build ing ard a steel' control tower nine stories tush. KILLED BY TRUCK LITTLE ROCK W) —' An eight year-old Negro boy died this morn ing after he was struck by a true) on Highway 67W outside the city The victim was identified as ' 3 Brovm son of Sylvester arid Hazel Brown who live "near Book ers Crossing. The parents said the child vva on his way to school, and was la't because he had a,- toothache. Abut one out of every 143 U. S school children ha^ve crossed eyes score a couple. But we will ou score 'em-three touchdowns 1 two." IH!A ^Community ift i * <» .n the unchanging r ' fashion of the ages, we i : wish you a very Merry Christmas. In these few words are all the heart\ felt hopes for your pres- } ent and future. May this truly be your happiest ! • / Christmas.' r , '•w«W |; ^ f ^ •* • t / .' /^||JjJ \ .Jr.?, <- ,^-| , ' "^ tf M^F>' ;., t ^ , .;*' '-t&ri IMMM^ «'« '** v -Vr " i ? *• ** "j^^-l ;,' ;• .,- *>,-'fy^"\ ^ ., ~ I*,' 1 " 1 '?J% l "^ T *™'*V^' FIRST' NATIO* 1 A ' B ^B ^R ^R ^^ «^^ ^P ^PI i! ^W^^ H flS_ ^^^^f^P^ TP^^J

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