Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 14, 1948 · Page 6
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Page Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Number of Words Up to 15 ... 16 to 20 21 to 25 .. .. 26 to 30 31 to 35 S6 to 40 41 to 45 tO to 50 Days Days Month .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 0.00 7.50' 9.00 io.no 12.00 13.50 15.00 Real Estate for SaSe Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six One Day " .45 .GO .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Rates arc for Continuous Insertions Only 1 All Want Ads Cash in Advance 1 Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent . FURNISHED TWO ROOM APART. rnont, electric refrigerator.-XJlili- ties paid. Phono 9f!l-W. Mrs. Add Turner. !)..'it BROWNS' FURNISHED GARAGE apartment. Throe rooms and bath. 131Hi West Ave. E. [)-3t 2- 3- R O O M UNFURNISHED apartments. near Sehooley's Store. Phone 38-F-1J. Mrs. .1. E. Schooley. 11-tf , ..... LOCATED NEAR FAIR park and Garland School r, rooms, breakfast room and new garage with room attached Recently redecorated. SJ500 Down and resume F It A I oan Payments .'ii.37.-19. Phone 112o' __ fi-Gt MODERN « ROOM IlOUSpr wT'rii natural gas. Lots of shade trees and .shrubbery, hardwood floors about 12 acres of land. :-n o d barn and orchard. ]'/, mi]( , s f) . om Courthouse on Spring Hill road See 1-ranlUin and Cassidy Phone 9f!4 - " 12-31 Lost BAY HORSE, WEIGHT ABOUT 900 pounds, heavy rnaine and tail Star in forehead, fat. John Cun- jinigham, Fulton, Ht. 1. fj-.-jt ONE BLACK MAKE MULE SCVvR on right hind let;. Weight about 1000 pounds. $10 Reward, rtobeil Williams, Hope, Rt. 1, I3o\ lf!-l 11-31 By Weafbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Washington. Oct. 12 The slid . den /.eal of the Uepartment ol'! Justice to impugn Congressman Parm.ll Thomas. Ihe (.'liairman of the committee on tin-American activities, with an in.';i;ii)atin;; an- iiMini.'eni'-nl liiat he is br'in;; "investigated" brings Irom our Rol- shevtui no :-;ufi'i wail as they raise when any one fiom Harvard" law is charged \vith questionable association. P.clng neillioi a !• rarn;lurtor Rickert fro Share in World Series Money Cincinnati. O., Oct. 14. —(UP) — Outfielder Marv Rickcrt who filled in for the injured Jeff Heath for the Braves in the World Series receive a share of the series ! money. Baseball Commissioner | A. B. Chandler promised today. It took special action by Chandler to give Rickcrt the money, sinci " — - - join ers 1 .By Hugh R. Fullei-ton. Jr. New York, Oct. 14 — (/P) — Casey Stengel's first official act. as manager of the Yankees was to attend the weekly luncheon of the football { Yankees yesterday. . . .At that, he 0 — r""-'"- 1 l HUM might do worse than sign up Bud-•( • -; llle ouinclcler did notldy Young as a pinch runner. . . . the team until after the play-[Milkman Jim Turner, Casey's first :iarl voted on the division of. I choice as a coach, was so "well-re,. . garcled as a minor league manag- the second special ac- er that when the Reds released by UK; commission in Johnny Ncun. Scout Pat Patterson Kickeil, the first, giv-1 telephoned all the way from Cal- Tins wa lion taken regard to Porkar Backs |mg mm permission to piny in the j ifornia to recommend | series. It wi}\ be up to Chandler Isiicco.ssoi Must how much Rckert will receive. Jim THREE ROOM FURNISHED apartment. Private bath. Utilities paid. , 208 South Bonner Street. Phone 588-W. . 12-31 I BILLFOLD AT WATER AND , Light plant office. Return to •'•'com. Hope Star. Reward. Mrs. T B ' ' Fonvvick, • Phone 19-j-W. 12-31 3 ROOM APARTMENT, PRIVATE bath. All bills paid. 222 East Ave B, Phone 1134-J. 1.2-31 •MODERN FURNISHED APART- ment, private entrance. Couple -• preferred. Phone G85-W, 321 Bonner Street. 13-lt FURNISHED APARTMENT, bills paid. Phone 242. ALL 1,3-31 BROWNS' FURNISHED GARAGE apartment. Three? rooms and bath. 1311V.J West Ave. B. 14-31 FOUR ROOM UNFURNISIiED apartment. .Private entrance, private bath. No small children. 220 East 2nd Street, Phone 114-R. 14-,'it Williams at Store. Hope, |)lant in the Slate Department nor a Hollywood hack too proud to deny allegedly treasonous intention Mr. Thomas is not. one of those sensilive case;; calling for extraordinary nobility and restraint. The Department of Justice has grown moie and more reminiscent ol the llaiding regime, and we sniff a nostalgic redolence of that stout crew ol patriots, the Ohio gang. Tiie New Deai must have been hoaxing us in the blackguard pamphlets and orations which jhekl Harry M. Daugherty up to for the same department nas been used for similar purposes as often as not since ISIHIJ. And negotiated justice has been stylish under the rule of the Harvard gang ever since the second Louisiana Purchase. Important cases have been selected for prosecution or adjusl- |ment, according to sensitive fac- BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT l' tul ' s undefined by any law, after " "c prices. See E. M. Me- icarnest consultations" by and among the trustees of justice. The ox act meaning of "policy" is slill a fugitive from our political seieu- Hists, but the best speculative try For Safe SEED OATS, ItECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRae Implement Co. 21-lm GOOD McWiliiams Arkansas. Seed .0-1 mo A 9-FOOT CROSLEY SHELVE- ,„_ dor refrigerator. 3 gas heaters that and bedroom suite. Phone 1!M-,T. __ 9-3 i. WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR, all makes of Sewing machines i W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton I ' Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. . . 2-lmo SINGLE ' PHASE ELT^TRIC motor, 1 H.P. in fine shape, 3500 RPM. New Saw and Mandril 20 ft., 3 inch belt. Phone 195-J or see at 1304 West Ave. B. Hope Al ' k - 9-31 rnent is that "policy" and "poll tics" have much in common. Even when a decision is made to put up a show of prosecution against some felonious ally of party in power, the job may NEED EXTRA MONEY TO OFF- set the high cost of living? Use your spare time to make extra money in high class work. In reply please give address and telephone number. Write Box A in care of Hope; Star. 14-(it Strayed WHITE MALE CAT, WEARING red leather collar. Answers to name TAFFY. -Mr*. Clarence Baker, .Phone 823-.W. 1231 Lost 1 or Strayed BLACK MARE, WEIGHT 1150 ,' stocking feet, 9-'ycars old. Roach •- mane, scar in forelfead. For information call J. 'B. Gaines, South Elm nl West 13th Street. Sit) reward for return.. • ij.f.t Wanted'to Bwv HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR live hens. Moore Bros. 7-(it CaH 129 (nights) — FOR -~ House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 WE HAVE Seed Oats, Austrian Winter Peas, Winter Hairy Vetch, Winter Rye Grass, Seed Rye, Wheat, Barley and Joe Youmans Flower Bulbs. We Honor AA'A Orders MONTS SEED STORE Hope, Arkansas ..,.-,.,, .mossed up by some reliable ' mud- i 1U-1G CHEVROLET IV, TON TRUCK | ult; i' to luiaranlec that the accused j <-'"<\ d condition. Bargain for cash, i accomplice will «et away. The With or without, dump body. Can [Louisiana cases were mere dry'j far has been be seen at Cross Service Station. | ''uns in preparation Ins- the Kan'- much success 9-:jt j- sas City jobs. The rnaulim; of the DTIPT TPV AfrAiT'pv/T"^ ^T7,T" l.Brou'n-Biofi-Hollywood atrocities, UUJ bEX APAR1MEN1. EACH lin which all the preferred rascals All signs point to the toughest struggle of the year here tomorrow night when the undefeated Hope Bobcats tangle with Texarkana':-; Rax.orbacks at Hammons Stadium in a .-anto-l. that "counts" in District 7-AA play. Although the Porker mentor is moaning the blues over injuries Coach Tollelt of the Bobcats is kary, knowing the visitors have a big squad that is capable of downing his much-lighter Cat eleven. j Coach Frank Mo.sley of Toxar- | kana places three of his starting on the injured list but none to keep them out The I nope uuvs are uiuisea a DH them: reives and loss of Captain S. A. Wcstbrook will be sorely fell | against, the visitors who boast one ! of the biggest and best lines in the) Arkansas, be ' The Porker ijoi.,, IMI,. me uesi speculative try ""-a u " uie uiiureci u.si mil tnat one may hear from frequent- are hurt enough to keep thei crs of this mysterious memorial to ' of the game Friday night, foi gotten standards of govern-, Hope boys are bruised a bit rnent is that "policy" and "noli-: reives and loss of Canfnin arc being put unit with 5 rooms. ScreeiieVi porch. Garage with storage space. Good location. Owner leaving town. Phone 194-J. 11-fit CUSHMEN MOTOR SCOOTER also Latonia 2(i inch bicycle. Boili practically new and priced right Jack Strickland, 905 South Elm' ] 1 -Si 2 ACRE TRACT ADJOINING""ciTY limits. Nice level building site. Lights, gas and water. Apply at Shield's Food Store, Phone 709 13-31 PntcharcJ Among Nation's Top 1 " Pass Receivers New you're York, Oct.. 14 watching the - (/?) — If Tennessce- a 'football game this Satur- a Tennessee player Alabam; day and catch a pass there's a 50-50 chance it will be Jim Powell. The Tennessee team has caught 30 passes in throe games. Powell has caught exactly half of them Ihe National Collegiate Athletic Bureau, which keeps (rack of such got magnificent discounts in return for many personal and political generosities, confirmed the new concept. And the Joe Fay and Ben Pross cases in Newark,' both involving thieving mutineers and proteges of the party of humanity, have been lagniappe. The Fay case is the most notorious failure of justice in the record of the department since the Grant administration. Fay was a brutal defiant thug of the Roosevelt acl- herency. He stole not only from the Treasury as well. He " robbed the Treasury both by teasing public construction for his own liishin" and wenching and by chiseling on his income tax on this loot. Tom Clark, the last of the New Deal parade of attorney's general. was personally well fa'mili.-v.- with Fay's nefarious doings. having carried on some prosecutions ol' Fay's subordinates in years gone. In December, 19-46, I observed that Fay was about to go to trial m Newark on the tax evasion charge and that, his judne was to be Thomas F. Meaney. Me an try is that pass re- REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 Or 1231-J Nights and Sundays •"" Edcjfcwood Hope 119 things, reported today makes Powell the best cciver in the country. After getting his hands on the 1« aerials, the Tennessee left end travelled 249 yards and scored two touchdowns in his first three games. The bureau doesn't rank the receivers on yardage. Ijv.l. ju : .-t for the record he's tops there, loo. Powell is a 25-year-old senior fioni Miami. Fla.. he's li-1 and weights a trim i;;(i. The' bureau also its. official punting day. They showed Paul Stombaugh of Kin-man at the top of the list. He's knocked 29 times and averaged •15.2 yards. Top 10 pass receiver.-; — Powell Tenneessee, IS! caught, for yards; Ruppe, Oregon, 15 for O'uiun, Wake Forest, 15 for Haley, Texas Christian, 14 for 1(19 Ford, Tulsa. 14 for 107; Cheek Davidson, M for 22(i; Sperry, Kansas 13 for lilli Bcasley Nevada 13 for 11J2 Weiner North Carolina 11 for 17!! Pritchard Arkansas 1 for if;]. .->Liii i'm>n designed to ' m, , , - - •. -.~.v..,j, I and SuUon, main threats ,- - sh /! k , cu P m lho Sox organi- ope offense. No team so / - nll °', 1 wllch bo » an be£oi ' c the club been able to P.-iin with w '? s 3cat .?, n out ln a " unprecedented playoff appears likely thrnur'h stiff stop Britt ol' 'the II able to gain with through, the Razorback line. And the Bobcats must depend on rushing as their passing attack has failed to click in every game thus far. Also the visitors are smarting from three straight defeats and Hope doesn't need something to fall on them to make them realize Texarkana is out after a win. It was much the same situation last year and at the end of the contest Texarkana had 13 points to 7 for Hope. The game Friday night is the first of five, all of which will be just about as tough as the other. In a row the Bobcats meet Texarkana, Camdcn. Hot Springs, Little Rock and Smackovcr. Such a schedule is almost suicide. Backing their team to the limit the High School band and Porker fans are chartering special buses to bring them to Hope. One of the largest crowds of the season will be on hand. Pitjskin Pickins Alabama vs. Tennessee The team from Tusealoosa No longer wins like it useta. Harvard vs Army The Harvard boys From the banks of the Charles Will have no joys If they start, to pick quarrels. Arkansas vs. Texas Srnackover Scott Will get really hot. Northwestern vs. Michigan Northwestern, coached by 'Voifihls. Will gwe until it hoits. Missouri vs. Navy The Navy's pride' Is the "Mi;;hty Mo." After this ganie They'll wish it ain't, so Oregon State vs. California H you can't win with Waldorf All your bets should be called orf. Boston Brass to Be Around Next Year Boston, Oct. 14 —(XP)—It's almost a cinch bet Boston Red Sox owner Tom Yawkey, Vice President Eddie Collins. General Manager Joe Cronin, and Manager Joe McCarthy will be around next season —but don't bet on anyone else except possibly some of the better players. Yawkey couldn't hide his disappointment over losing the American League pennant, and much of I the blame is being passed around Ho Sox and farm officials. The shakeup in the Sox organi- Fayellcville, Oct. 14 —(/!')— The fexas Longhorns can expect a ciounlo duty Arkansas backfield primed lor offensive or defensive action in Saturday's Southwest conference encounter. Coach John Earnhill said here yesterday he will continue to use his two team system but only for the. linemen. He will not alternate his backfield on defense or offense. Instead. Barnhill said, he plans to use a running-tackling backfield combination Hint will best fit the circumstances. This was taken that Clyde Scolt. Lec.n Campbell. Probably will set „ offensive and defensive positions. In prepping for possible heavy , Texas air attack, Barnhill ordered ! stronger pa'ss defense during work| on Is yesterday. In ol'fensvc work i-Sectl, Duke and Ross Pritchard were doing most, of the throwing. Charles Milam, Comden, will sc;> action against Texas in the guard position. Ho has been Cilline in at tackle for Jim. Reichcrt, is on the injured list. Approximately 40 Porkers leave here tonight for Austin. Hendrix End Named Player of the Week Thursday, October 14, 7948 Yerger Prepares for Clash With Pine Bluff By The Associated Press Troy Bleclsoc. left end for Hendrix, is the Associated Press' "Star of the Week" in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference. He was chosen by a vote of coaches for his outstanding defensive play in the Hendrix-Henderson game last week. The Henderson Reddies defeated Heudrix 171.3. Arkansas College Guard Roy Brown. Little Rock Junior College End Joe Shinn and Arkansas Tech jr. Yerger High School Tigers I went through a long work out yesterday afternoon in preparation for their important conference clash with Mcrrell High School of Pinp | Bluff that will be played in Pine- Bluff, Friday night at, 8 p.m. The Tigers according to Coacli Brooks will be in top shape for th(i contest and will use a wide open offense for the first time this year Halfback Jack Simpson were inated high in the outstanding play during the week. as an indication Alvin Duke and offensive backs, action both in tinne. Three members of the organization are gone and the Sox, "rejecting all questions, indicate the three resigned. The three disagree and say, in effect, "we didn't jump, we were pushed." Latest to go is Del Baker, veteran coach and onetime Detroit Tiger manager, who will be replaced by Hazen (Kiki) Cuylor. erstwhile star National League outfielder and more recently a Southern Association manager. Cuylor played under McCarthy when "the latter managed the Chicago Cubs. The Sox office, reporting the change, said Baker had resigned. At his San Antonio, Tex home Baker retorted he had been dismissed in a telephone tion with Cronin. conversa- a member of the Ha'i ue political mob who ilid well for himself as counsel in the sorting of the wreckage of the banks of Jersey City, brought to collapse by ruinous and predatory local home taxation. I ence play challenged this assignment be-1 end. cause oft he common political as:-1 Little Isoeiations of the judge and the defendant and of the United Slates attorney as well — one Edgar Rossbach. I was absolutely right. Pay and Meaney had been involved for years in the councils and fortunes of a political gang which preyed on the people, the industry, "the moral .stamina ol' Little Rock. Oct. 14 — r/P) — The !Bi(! Six hii.;h school football conference, already badly mistreated by Double A schools this year, gets another dose of that brand of competition this week end. Wilh the exception of Little Rock and Fort Smith, who tangle in a tilt that will have a bearing on the conference leadership, all teams in the Triple A division of the Arkansas Athletic Association confer Double A foes this week statistics to- FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile « Rubber Tils- ROY ALLISON Phone 280 Notice to Sweet Potato Growers Dig your potatoes now before t rams and ruins the quality. Until further notice we offer you $50.00 per ton for No 1 Portorican s,, lc l Redvelvtts, which is S1.SO per Eu. of CO Lbs. We- furnish the crates ^nd want you to yet them and ?u ,- ^ ur 11un 'ber outs in the field 2nd put them in crates us, you pick them up. Potatoes thai are put in storage must be handled without bruising. We pay $10.00 per ton for culls and rough ctuff ^nd don't care how you bring them in but be sure and get crates for Number ones and'uia them now as the prices may be lower after it rains. E. M. MeWiHioms Seed Store Hope, Ark. LET FOY DO IT » Level yards u Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens « Cut Vacant Lots e Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 S. Walnut St, banks and Dx. th" community. Neveitlieless. Mr. Clark sa .wasn't worried about Meant' (said "we" had had "a lot of ble" with Rossbach. And still neve, (hi-less. Clark Rossbaeh handle I be case, an <, ami-shut job which abvadv been won by Frank S. Hugan '-•*,- j Vincent O'Connor in New ib-i Icoimiy on a,, extortion charge ' ''volvim; Ihe same evidence. ' Ros.s- bach kicked it around so badl\ thai even a lirsl-class jury won! have ha:! to actiuit. When it wa all over and Fay. of coin- been acquitted, as if was gone conclusion thai In; w when T talked to Clurk. M: iiidignanllv cried that be .the aenuitlal had been a [damned outrage!' 'That wa.' j servative estimate. I There were commotions ;; ! "invesligaiion." but it iv... i nothing until last .spring The ally, Rossbach, bavin:; been in office notwithstanding all nerfurmauees, was chai trying to bribe another liter to !',» easy on a course, he denie:! it. Til's area of Nev bad land.--- of privilc der ' license or lolcr political mob which and liossbach to th average trial juric- juries ale sir-peel, M cause of ih" person, ier of ii tdivid ' la Is as REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles OEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkann Rendering Plant Dial : j ,-'i(i:>:i I phone colleru If No AiK-.v.vr Dial 3-.0770 „ Rock, which had its 34 game undefeated record ruined by Double A Blytheville, won its only ci.'iiferenco contest and is tied with North Little Rock and Pine Bluff for the loop leadership. Fort Smith's Grizzlies rolled up two conference victories belou bowing to Pino Bluff. A victory for Little Rock in the game here Fn day niuht would give th _.,_, undisputed possession of fust ! place, hut a win for the Grizzlies I would drop the Tigers into fourth place, j(i:-l hack of Fort Smith. Pine Bluff, only undefeated Big Six member, plays Double A Camden. tiie only team to shade North Little Rock this year. North Little Kock goes to Russeliville to pas the rugged District Four AA " duller;:. Hot Springs .meets Fordyce, 1 Dorado plays Smackover. Other high .school games on the program include: Fayelteville at -Van Bui en one- boro at Hlytheville, and Te\ arkana at. Hope in district Double A competition: and, Searcy at iUarianna; Ridge at Paragoulrl: Clark Conway: Arkadelpiiia at Catholic High at Malvern: at Brinkley Stutltgart at DeQiicen al Dierks, at Nashville in single breaks the Arkansas - Oklahoma oattern with a trip to Cleveland Miss., to meet Delta State Saturday. Ouachita opens the competition with Oklahoma teams against East Central State in Ada, Okla to- nipht. Friday, the Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys go to Edmond. Okla to play Central State College and Little Rock Junior goes to Miami Okla., to play Northwestern Oklahoma A. and M. The Northeastern State Teachers of Tahlcquah, Okla., invade Arkansas to meet College of the lOzarks at Clarksvillc. Draws Top Ranking Pros Fort Smith, Oct. 14 —(/P)— Some 150 loo ranking amateur golfers fired away today in hopes of "a position in the championship flight of the Hardscrabble Club's annual invitational tournament. The 32 low qualifiers in today's play will form the first round of the championship flight when match play starts Friday morning. Players who arc eliminated from form the first flight. Tournament Chairman James the championship bracket will form the first flight. Trounarnent Chairman James Ward today the tourny will accomo- date only seven flights of Hi players in each. Golfers who do not qualify for any of the flights will not be permitted to play, he said. rank Stranahan of Toledo, O., is defending champion. Mrs. Zahorsas Has Best Score m Tejtos Open Fort Worth, Tex., Oct. 14 —tff>) — Mrs. George (Babe) Didrikson Zaharias meets Texas' Betsy Rawls today in the third round of the women's Texas open. | Yesterday Mrs. Zaharias fired a fili to better the course record for women's par for the second straight day. Her string of eight birdies eliminated Beverly Hanson of Riverside, Cal., 5-4. Miss Rawls defeated Betty McKinnon of Texarkana. Tex.,' 3-1. Medalist Polly Riley of Fort Worth meets Patty Berg of Minneapolis. Mary "Agnes wall of Menomince, Mich.. plays Mrs. H. T. Williford of Sherman, Tex., who yesterday scored an upset victory over BoUye Minis While of Dallas one up on the 18th. Helen Dettweiller of Gordon Perrin Dallas meets of El Dorado, Walnut .sville at Beiiton Helena Wynne; and Magnolia A games. Most of AIC P!av Foes Out of Arkansas By The Associated Press Wilh jus! three exceptions, the Arkansas Intercollegiate conference football program this week is an all Arkansas-Oklahoma al'lair. Only two conference contests are .••ehediiled. Arkansas Slate Teach-, ers. currently lied with Arkansas 1 •h for the loop lead, plavs the j Henderson State Teachers College I ies . : n Arkadelpiiia. and lleit-j drix pla.v.s Arkansas A. and M. at i i-.nticelKi Saturday night. I A 'Jibber-on-leatherjorcoinjort-u'ith-distinction A popular item on the season's fashion menu. The double-decker sole is a thick piece of springy rubber, sandwiched between layers of leather. • • . If it's comfort you're looking for, this •is your dish. Plenty of toe-room in the handsome moccasin-style uppers. ... Come in — see them now. ' ' Lei- Us Rebuild Your 0!d ege caused to ins makin;; "pre- 'into "charges re- ssman Thomas's i'l'kv. ' Depart- right to or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. 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