Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 7, 1948 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 7, 1948
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Page £ou* CLASSIFIED Adi Mart Be In Qfflco Day Before Publication Number ol One Three Six Ono .Worts Up to 15 16 to 20 SI to 25 86 to 30 31 to 35 86 to 40 41 to 45 48 to 50 »Z "*• ,£•" *•« *J*A VI1*J Day Days Days Month .45 .60 .75 .80 1.05 1.20 1.35 — -- ••• J. >uU u.uu iJ.uvi Rates are for Continuous .. .» ,-. Insertions Only t M l^ a , nt Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.SO 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Rent 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- menl. Private bath, bills paid $30 per month. Jack Simpson. Phone 1174-W. 2-lt MODERN UNFURNISHED apartment, 322 West Division. Phone 330-W. 4-3t NICE FRONT BEDROOM. CLOSE m and private entrance. 1022 South Pine, Phone 308 between 8 and 6. 4.31 For Safe GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. McWilliams at McWilllams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 0-lmo SIX COON AND MINK HOUNDS. 1 squirrel dog. Unwell Bailey, Rosston, Arkansas. Route 2. 2G-01 AT A BARGAIN, F-12 INTERNA~- tional Tractor, all attachments. In A-l condition, good rubber. See R. B. Ellis, 208 Opera Street, Stamps, Arkansas or Phone 194. 27-Gt F R Y E R S~ BATTERY RAISED~. White Rocks. SI.00 each. Phone 9B6-W. Vernon Osburn, 805 W. fith Street. 7-Gt NORGE GAS RANGE AND TWO gas heaters. Phone 538-W. 30-31 3 UNF U RN ISlii5~ROOMs"~ FOR rent. Located at 1002 East 2nd Street. G-3t FURNISHED HOPSE. APPLY AT Middlebrooks Grocery. Phone 607.. c-31 I WILL RENT MY HOME. partly furnished, to permanent responsible party. Call J112-W-2 after Wednesday. 7-31 TWO OR THREE ROOM FURN- ished apartment, couple and child. Phone 1191. 7-3t 8 ROOM HOUSE" ""MODERN located at 815 West Avenue E. Phone 93G. 7-3t Estate for Sale NEW FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON East 14th street, 100-foot frontage, $200 down, 4 percent GI loan with monthly payments of $45.45 which includes principal and interest. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, THREE bedrooms, attic fan, floor furnace, hardwood floors. $170 down, $39.39 monthly, 4% GI loan, 321 East 15th. NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE, GARAGE, 75 by 231 lot, price' reduced to $100 down, $30.07 monthly, 4% GI loan, 18th and Elm streets. TWO SPG HOMES, BOTH TWO- story, numbers 305 and 312, each has four bedrooms, two baths. TWENTY ACRES. SIX-ROOM house, gas and lights, half mile from city limits, south of Hope. 317-ACRE FARM, GOOD FIVE- room house, good barn, good pasture and bottom land, mile and half west of Hope on good gravel road. FOSTER:ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 108 East Second Phone 221 4-3t ONE 22, .410 SHOTGUN PRACTI- eally new. also one car radio. Call at 314 West 3rd Street. 30-3t 1939 CHEVROLET COUPE, excellent condition. Sec James Smith daytime at Oklahoma Tire & Supply at Night 815 West Gth Street. ' 2-3t Legion Defeats Bodcciw Five; Prescoff Loses Last night at the High School the American Legion team downed Bodcaw by a K', to 30 score before a large-crowd. Whitlon of Hodeaw was high point for his team with 19 and Reaves led the field with 22 tallies followed by Ross al.so of Hope with 1G points. . At Prescott last night the Ouachita College team downed the Le»- lonaires by a 43 to 37 score Standridge of Ouachita tossed in 12 for the Tigers and Everett Ward matched it with 12 for the Prcscotl Legion team. It was a jam-up fame all the way. Wednesday night at the high school the Hope Legion team entertains Ouachita in what promises to be a tough contest. One of the largest crowds of the season is expected. NOW BOOKING ORDERS FOR Coker 100 Wilt resistant, pedigreed Cotton Seed—Croker Wilds. Tom Kinscr, Cotton Row. 2-3t 1942 FORD LOG TRUCK, CHAINS and log equipment. Good tires, See Bill Clements,' Emmet, Arkansas. Route 1. , 2-Gt TWO YEAROLDLIVER "AND white male bird dog. Hunted one season. Watkins Grocery, 1 mile out on old 67 highway West. 2-3t GOOD USED" KITCHEN CABINET" Phone 28-W-4. 2-3t WELL CONSTRUCTED SINGLE garage, 12 x 18 feat. Can be easily moved. See or phone James li Pilkinton. 2-3t BABY BED SIZE 20 & 52, AND library table. Both in good condition. Phone 445-J. 2-3t ONE COON, MINK AND rel dog. Phone 744. SQUIR- 3-31 1947 PLYMOUTH, CLEAN thorughout, approximately 12 000 miles. Sec Vernon Holliday at the Hope Steam Laundry. 3-3t BABY BED SIZE 28 X 52, AND library table. Both in good condition. Phone 445-J. 3-3t LATONIA BOYS" BICYCLE IN good condition. Phone 1102 or see at Willis Metis Store. 4-3t Horse Rote Betting Big Slump 3y RAY AYRES New York, Dec. 7 — (UP) Pari- mutuel betting in the United States slumped drastically during falling $120,000,000 under Services Offered FLOOR SANDING OR FLOOR finishing. Call Vernon Osborn, 805 West Oth Street, Phone 966-W 3-6t Salesman Wanted MAN WANTED FOR ISoFFAMILY Rawleigh business. In City of Hope, .or next county. Permanent n you are a hustler. Write Rawleigh's Dept. AKL-641-123, Memphis, Tenn. G-4t Wanted to Buy COON AND OPOSSUM HIDES, also the meat. Chickens and eggs See W. H. Thomas at Emmet, Arkansas, 7_3t, Notice WE BUY, SELT, AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lmo SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynerson, Phone 28,Nights. 3G9-W City Hall. 4-lmo AVOID HOLIDAY RUSH. STOVE repair, all models, makes and kinds. Any place, any time. Call "Oscar The Fix-It" in Hone 17 years. T. B. Femvick Sr., Phone 18S-W. NO HUNTING ALLOWED ON MY property. Roy Franks. ]-3t POSITIVELY NO HUNTING~~ON my property. Sections 2,3,4,8,9 10 and 11. All in Garland Township 11, Range 24 West. C. G. Coffer' 3-3t POSITIVELY NO - Jewell Moore. 3-3t _ ORDERS FOR HOME MADF Christmas cakes should be placed by Fnday, December 17. Mrs Doyle Reeves, Phone 84U-W 7-3t 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 °r1231.J Nights and Sunday. 119 Edgewood Hope NEW LARGE BOYS' BICYCLE, Bargain. Can be seen at Bryan Glass and Salvage Company. 7-3t I METAL LATHE, 2 WOOD lathes, 2 band saws, 1 drill press, 1 thickness planer, 1 sanding machine, 1 jig saw, 1 hand drill and G5 bits, electric lawn mower sharpener, 1 bench saw, hand tools galore, 1 12 guage Remington automatic, and 11 ft. duck boat. Each unit has own power. William Stephenson, Phone 72 7-31 SOLID OAK, 5 PIECE DINETTE Suite. See at House 318 at S.P G after G p.m. 7.31 HOT WATER HEATER, COM- mode and old lumber. 007 South Pine. Phone 798-W. 7-3t COFFEE _. occasional chairs and mirror to match. Very modern. Phone 3GO 7-3't 1948, ~"~d -r •" ~" »""-"' i ">'»J UllUUi ItiSt year s total, a United Press survey disclosed today. In the 21 states where horse race ? u '»g is legal, a total of $1,555,465,534 was wagered during the :vear, compared with the $1,681,I. 256 sent through the machines in 1947. And the signs pointed to a further decrease next season. In Florida where the 1048-49 session is underway, the downward trend continued with Tropical Park play dropping about 40 percent thus far. Comparatively, attendance figures stood up much better than the oanmutuel handle. .For while the nandle plunged almost eight per cent, the attendance drop from 25 707,881 in 1947 to 24,399. 4G5 in 1948 represented a loss of five per cent. Aimost every area was affected and only one major racing center Delaware — reported a gain, although such minor centers as West iVrginia, Arizona and Nebraska also showed increases. But Illinois, California, Maryland and Rhode Island each dropped more than was bet in Arizona or Nebraska. There was less racing during the year — 2.450 days in 1947 against 2.307 m 1948. In Illinois there were GO days fewer than last jear as Fail-mount Park switched from flat to harness racing. Oregon also was curtailed greatly when a flood washed out the meeting at Portland Meadows after 13 days. New York again was the leader in wagering. A total o f $333,028,308 was bet by its 4,400, 778 fans Last year 4,584,103 customers bet 5352,024,464, a difference of $19,590,156 and 183,385 people. For the second straight year California led in the number of racing days and attendance and gained in both. Some 5,101,726 people attended 313 programs while 5,066,214 were present at 294 cards during 1947. The muteul handle, however, dropped $16,068,313 from $343,880,17 to 8327,811,861, the third highest loss of the year. Illinois suffered most, going from 8166,058,458 to $142,275,234 with |New m York _next. _Maryland. with a GERMAN CAMERA, ROLLIE- cord I, F35 Zeiss lens, with Ucather carrying case. Flashgun, tripod, and filters. Excfl- lent condition. See at Shipley's Studio. -//it rr, * T-.V -~ * lv - lv J.vi»«x utAU. IVAcl 1 y 1 tlUU, WHI1 U TABLE, $15,104,430 loss, followed California nrror to while Florida with $10.574,005 and Rhode Island with $10,2GO,42G were other heavy losers. Generally, each state suffered less from attendance losses than from loss of play. Oddly. Delaware which successfully weathered the downard trend, lost 172 customers'. Lost LADIES SMALL RED PURSE with zipper. Containing 55 old and new dimes, and other money. This purse belongs to widow wit'h 4 children, who needs money. Reward for return. Iva Mae Martin, Route 1, Box 28, Buckner, Ar- Jtansas. 2 -3t WHITE FACE7~MULiEY~HEAD Hereford heifer, 3 years old Reward for information or return to Jack Rogers, Hope Houte 2 Phone 1199-J-l. ,j. 3 [ Help Wanted LADY TO KEEP CHJLD"~w7iILF mother works. 5 days per week Private room and bath. Write bux 98 in care of Hope Star ______ 7-31 SALARY "$50.00 Weekly, Man or Woman with Auto sell Poultry Mixture to Farmers Kureka Mfg. Co. Ka.st St. Louis,' HI. 7-u Wanted ONE OR TWO PASSENG"I.JRS"'TO California. Phone -3SJ3-J, 512 Fast 3rd Street. ;j(j.;j t VETERAN WANTS""ON THE'JOB tramma work. Phone 482-L-3. 7-lit REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) II No Answer Dial 3-!j'/70 WANTED- Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Coll 1000 or Contact Office HOPE STAR, HO Tolletton Board to Select State's All-Southern Men Little Rock, Doc. 7 —(/Pi—Arkansas representatives in the 29th annual All-Southern prep footballll annual All-Southern prep football squad will be picked by sports JV nte J s and high school coaches in the state. George Ch n r c h m a n, sports writer for the Arkansas Gazette and Arkansas chairman 'or the Aii-bouthern board, last night announced appointment of the fol lowing to aid him in (ho sclec tions: ' . Coaches Wilson Matthews. Little Hock the Rev. Charles McGinnis "p .Y 1 " 10 ,Rock Catholic High Nolan lollett, Hope. Sandy Smiford. P;>r- i.igould. Clair Bates'. Van Huron and Russell Mosley. Blytheville and Sports Writers Ken Ray of the Fort Smith Southwest American and Maurice Moore of the Hot Springs New Era. will be announced S A S Tuesday, December 7, 1948 District 7 Around the SOS By CARL BELL Little Rock, Dec. 7 —f/P) — We took a terrific ribbing after Ouachita lost its first two Arkansas Intercollegiate conference football games this year. For we had picked the Tigers to win the championship. Then it looked as though they- would finish nearer the cellar than first place Just what was wrong with the iigcrs was a mystery. Maybe it was that they hadn't had time to got organized under a new coach Wes Bradshaw. One glance at the squad roster revealed the material was there, and no one lacked confidence in Bradshaw Whatever the early-season shortcoming was. Brad removed it Ouachita hasn't lost a game since and now is preparing to play in two bowl games. Not only that, but the Bengals defeated the team which won the AIC crown, Arkansas Tech. . All this seems to justify the rating we and most of the AIC coaches gave Ouachita before the "cason began. Coaches and school officials from 14 Soilhwest Arkansas counties met at Pi oscolt Monday night, elected district 7 officers for 1949 and revamped a tournament to determine the district cage championship. K. B. Davis of Texarkana High School was named president. Sam Col(?i7i£in of Camden, vice-president Hal Kobbins of DeQueen secretary S.-im Young of LewisviMe, treasurer, and E. T. Moody, Nashville statistician. District 7 was divided into eastern and western areas with each holding its championship tournament tiie week ending March 5. The two champs will play for District 7 title the following Tuesday. The western district includes, Howard, Scvier, Little River, Pike. Humpstcad, Miller, Nevada and Clark. The east is Dallas, Ouachita. Calhoun, Union, Columbia and Lafayette. Tournament dates for junior boys and senior girls will be the week of Feb. 2G. Area meetings will be held Jan. 17. with the west area meeting at Nashville and the east division at Camden.. Jan. 29 was set as deadline for team to enter the tournament..' - . ' • The division of the district was made due to distance between some schools and because of the fact there are about 73 Class B schools in the district.' The division gave 30 B schools and 8 A schools to the west while the east includes 43 class B schools. Woodcock Wins Fight But Loses Title Chance London, Dec. 7 — <&) _ Bruce Woodcock won the fight but lost !^T ij'&i P rlz e—,any hope for a world title match with heavyweight champion Joe Louis. Lee Savold lost the bout but showed himself a better man and worthier foe for Louis than the winner. .That sums lip the slant of expert ringsiders on the scheduled 10- round go here last night that had been plugged as an elimination for a world championship contest Woodcock, the British heavyweight champion, won the fight in the fourth round when Savold was disqualified for hitting below the belt. Savold. veteran ex-Minno- sotan now billed from Palcrson N. J., was going strong at the time' The crowd of 11,000 in Harringay arena booed the decision while Woodcock, writhed and mugged on the canvas in a show of pain. Savold weighed IRfi. Woodcock YMBA Would Bock Arkansas Bowl Contest Porker Cagers Off on Long Eastern Tour Bradshaw has molded a true team at Ouachita. The Baptist school gridders depend on balance and depth rather than on a few key stars whose absence would wreck them. Take a look at the team's statistics. Six backs have gained 150 rds or more each by rushing, .ght others have figured prominently in the running attack. The passing and pass receiving has been almost equally shared bv many. J This gives fair warning to the Tigers' postseason opponents, Southeastern Oklahoma in the Texoma Bowl Dec. 10 and Hardin- sinimons in the Little Rock Shrine 3owl Dec. 18, that they can't point for any one or two men. The Tigers are underdogs for both games, but Bradshaw has ,hem rolling in high gear and you ?an't tell. " Bradshaw had a close call with death nearly three decades ago. He was a member of the 1921 Baylor basketball team which was leariy wiped out by a bus-train collision while en route to a game. A teammate pushed him out of the 3us just before it was struck by :he train. Brad starred in football, basket- sail and track at Baylor and later qvartorbacked Jim Thorpe's Chicago Rock Island team in pro •cinks. He coached at several Texas lien schools before going to Ouch- la in 1941 as assistant football coacli and head basketball coach. Alter serving in the navy Brad FayettevUle, Dec. 7 —(/P) — The curtain on the 1948 baskeatball season goes all the way up this week for the Arkansas Razorba'cks. An 11-man squad left here last night for a week's tour in the east f9r games with three of the nation's strongest basketball teams. The first game will be Thursday night in Madison Square Garden in New York with Long Island university in the first tilt of a twin bill. Southern Methodist will meet New York university in the second game. The Razorbacks will go to Buffalo to play Canisius Saturday night and to Lexington, Ky., for a game Monday night with the University of Kentucky. vvent to Hardin-Simmons as back- ficld coach, returning to Ouachita as head man in both football and basketball this year. . TRY — — Miss Saylors Unusual Candies Little Rock. Dec. 7 — f/P) — A proposed New Year's day howl game at Arkansas War Memorial stadium has a backer. The Young Business Men's association last night agreed to sponsor a football game between Little j'nck Junior College and Magnolia A. and M. on thai. date. A committee to work' out details will be appoiniod by the organisa- tion which has the approval for such a contest, from Coach Jimmy Karain of Little Rock. Ceach Kirner Kmilh of Magnolia, said iiis loam would have to have a suitable guarantee before rnak- inr any commitments. "May Day" was selected ns an international labor holiday by the International Socialist Congress in. 188B. Wichita Awarded National Baseball Congress Minneapolis, Doc. 7 -—(/PI — The national baseball congress, meeting here, today awarded- the national non-professional tournament to Wichita, Kans.; for the next three .years'. '•/•The tourney, held in.Wichita for the past 14 years, wa? awarded to Wichita for .1949, from Aug. 15 to 31, at last .winter's' convention in Miami, Fla. Today's action puts }he 1950 and 1951 tournaments .there also. PLANT NOW See us for Rose Bushes and Shrubs for fall planting Gentry - Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver Lef Us Rebuild Your Old K A A " IJ & mLa !i'" J srh IP 1 if* rf"^ MA 1 TRESS or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. Orse Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Usetl Refrigerators. • See us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refrigerator service department. (We know How) • Refrigerator" 1 Headquarters New and Used. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frlgidaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 WANTED ® PECANS • SCRAP STEEL © CAST IRON ® CAR BODIES ® JUNK BATTERIES ® RADIATORS • ANY KIND OF METAL • BURLAP BAGS, RAGS and B&NES. Top Prices Paid Finest Fairbanks Scales WILLIAM M. DUCKETT North Main Street NEWSSTAND LAST WOKD IM BLSEP LUXURY ELECTRIC COMFORTER Warmth without weighty Automatic Control maintains selected heat regardless of changesintemperature. Rafcn satin shell can be dry-cleaned: Warming sheet easily washed: 3 beautiful colors: rose, blue or green.' Safe : : : approved by Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc: 120S. ELM Hope Phone 45 1 if, Se Florshelm sh °es you'll find brown and black calf in French froe styles, Brown wing tip styles., brov/n cap toe styles of high grade calf that are styled to fit. Black kid blucher siySes vn'di rubber heefs. of izes Styles Hope Phone 944 Ark. t

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