Page Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, December 9, 1948 Ads Mutt Be In Office Day Before Publication Numbef of One Three Six _ One Words Up to 15 16 to 20 .. 21 to 25 ., 28 to 30 .. 31 to 35 . 86 to 40 .. 41 to 45 . 48 to 50 Day .45 .00 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Days Days Month .90 1.50 4.50 1.20 1.50 1.80 ,2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4,00 4.50 5.00 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates arc for Continuous Insertions Only » All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent I WILL RENT MY HOME, partly furnished, to permanent responsible party. Call 1112-W-2 after Wednesday. 7-3t TWO OR THREE ROOM FURN- ished apartment, . couple and child. Phono 1191. 7-3t For Solo GOOD ROIS'D ABC POSTS AT reasonable prices. Sec E. M. Mc- ur; 11 i o ,-n o at M>WilliamK Spprl Williams at Store, Hope, McWilliams Arkansas. Seed '3-lmo FRYERS, BATTERY RAISED. White Rocks. $1.00 each. Phone 9GG-W, Venion Osbiirn, 805 W. 6th Street. - 7-Gt NEW" LARGE~IBOYS' BICYCLE. Bargain. Can be seen at Bryan Glass'and Salvage Company. 7-3t Baltimore Plans Charity Game Bel-ween Pros G ROOM HOUSE, located at 815 West Phone 930. MODERN, Avenue E. | 7-31 j 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 fools galore, 1 12 guage Remington automatic, and 11 ft. duck boat. Each unit has own power. William Stophenson, Phone 72. 7-31 Baltimore, Dec. 9 —W—The park board had under consideration today an application for use of the Baltimore stadium for a • profes Sional and college all-star football game on New Year's day. Al Lockhart, an official of the U. S. Automobile association, sale in Washington he headed a" busi ncssmcn's group planning to spoil sor the charity bowl game. He said the group would seek permission to call it the "Truman bowl.' 1 Lockharl was quoted that "by matching 22 of the leading pro grid players njgainst 24 college all stars we hope to raise at least $15,000 for charity." ulton on Salesman Wanted MAN WANTED FOR 1500 FAMILY Rawleigh business. In City of 'Hope or next county. Permanent if you are a hustler. Write Rawleigh's Dept. AKL-641-123, Mom- phis, Tenn. 6-4t Wanted to Buy COON AND OPOSSUM HIDES, also the meat. Chickens and eggs. Sec W. H. Thomas at Emmet, Arkansas. 7-St Business Opportunity GET IN~ MERCHANDISING business, with smali investment, White or Colored. Write Box 93, Hope, Ark. 8-31 SOLID OAK, 5 PIECE DINETTE Suite. Sec at House 318 at S.P.G. after G p.m. 7-3t HOT~WATER HEATER, COM- mode and old lumber. G07 South Pine. Phone 798-W. 7-3t i Coach Jach Hopkins, boasting r 20-rnan baskfthall snuad, announc ed that his Bobcats would meet Ar Minor Leagues Talk Over Kid Players Ex-Bobcat Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. 9 — (UP) — Kid ball players who get fantastic sums of money for signing professional baseball contracts were the center of an involved legislative controversy today at the minor league meetings. Amendments dealing with the j problem of paying raw rookies | k-idplnhin ill n doilble-hpirlr-r h"ie ?•"••"••"-••" ul paying raw rooitius s^; i : li g^.^c 1 ^-^ VA i&SrThrcUT^. ^ the attcn game starting at 7 p. m.. A and B squads will play. The boys are working out each afternoon but are not likely to get down to serious business until after the Christmas holidays. Seeking starting posts are: Dale Hockett, Creighton Middle brooks. I. J. Sutton, John Bullock, in an executive session. They were determined not to get into the same sort of a disastrous wage war as is now plaguing professional football. There were 26 amendments submitted to the joint major-minor . league agreement and nearly half of them dealt with the complicated COFFEE TABLE, LAMP TABLE, occasional chairs and mirror to match. Very modern. Phone 3GO. 7-31 GERMAN CAMERA, ROLLIE- cord I, F3I) Zeiss lens, with 'leather carrying case. Flashgun, tripod, and filters. Exce'i- lent condition. See at Shipley's Studio. 7-3t Help Wanted Notice WE BUY, SELt, AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street. Phone 1226-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, 369-W City Hall. 4-lmo ORDERS FOR HOME MADE Christmas cakes should be placed by Friday, December 17. Mrs. Doyle Reeves, Phone R48-W. 7-3t Wonted VETERAN WANTS ON THE JOB training work. Phone 482-L-3. 7-3t LADY TO KEEP CHILD WHILE mother works. 5 days per week. Private room and bath. Write box 98 in care of Hope Star. .... 7-3t Fights Last Night St. Louis — Lee Sala, 161, Dono- a, Pa., knocked out Jimmy Hayden, 160 1-4, New York, 7. Oakland. Calif. — Rudy C rir/., 137 1-2. Los Angeles, and Jesse Flores,' 138, Stockton, Calif., drew, 10. Wichita, Kas. — Sylvester Perkins, 1.61, Chicago, knocked out Kenny "Red" Barton, 162, Arkansas City Kas. 1. - ••••• ---» CARL BELL Little Roek, Dec. 9 — f/P) — College football coaches scouting for material probably couldn't have a better check list than the 1948 Ali- Arknnsas Class AA team picked by prep mentors. This official all-state eleven, announced today by the Arkansas Athletic Association, is made up entirely of seniors — boys eligible to enter college next fall. Also, most of them arc big enough to play college ball right now although they're still growing and developing. The all-staters represent all four districts in the AA division, with no one team dominating. Champion Blytheville placed two players on the honor eleven, but so did runnci'-un Smackover, Hone and Russellvillo. Rogers, Camden and Texarkana each has one all-stater. District Seven is the dominating section with the Smackover. Hone, amden and Texarkana selections adding up to six. The Class AA all-stars, ranging from the smallest at 160 pounds to the heaviest at 230. average 1(!3 pounds a man as a team 188 in th line and 174 in the backficld. There's soeed. oownr ;>nd good Buddy Sutton, Thomas Guilliums. Billy Mitchell, Richard Brunei', Wesley Jluddleslon. . Reader Hud- clleston, Jack Strickland, James Johnson, John McLcod, W. H. Gun- tcr, Billy Gunler, Edsel Nix Gordon Beasley, Wayne England. _ complicated bonus rule. Ih addition, there were 31 other amendments to the National Association of professional Baseball clubs constitution and a number of these also dealt with bonus probleam. President George M. Trautman, By United Press White Plains. -• -Y:- — Jimniy LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots e Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. Flood, J59. 1-2, -Ne.wy.York, Qutpoint- od Buddy Jackson, '• 158-3-4, New York, ••(?.-: 4 : • "'•••• ' •' '-• • " Binghamplon, N. Y. — Lonn Gariel, 150, Atlantic City, knocked it Ernie Butler, 15V Brooklyn, 4. FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS PLANT NOW See us for Rose Bushes and Shrubs for fall planting - Gentry - Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7023 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 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 1230 or 1Z31-J Nluhts and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope kicking and passing in the backfield, made un of Tone's touchdown twins, Tommy Britt and Buddy Sutton. Smackover's James Spoor and Russellvillo's Johnny Rye. The is a powerful 'unit FLOOR Sanding and Finishing , : LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile « Rubber Tlla ROY ALLISON ' Phone 280 CHRISTMAS TREES Select Yours Early Monts Seed Store man-sizec Hodge o Gentry o Cutton o each ar and stal Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" on paper. It has massive tackles ir 230-pound Jimmy Prcwett oJ Smackover and 215-pound Buddy Edwards of Texarkana. The guards while not large, arc the mobile type who' can slay in front o: jail carriers and mow down the defense. They are Bill Dail of Rog' ers, 160. and Jack Burris, Russellville, 170. ' At center is another youth, 217-pound R. B. Blytheville. The ends, Dcnnie Blytheville, and Billy Camden, weighing 1G5 excellent pass receivers warts on defense. The athletic association did no tabulate votes for a second toarr or make up an honorable mentioi list. Class AA District teams: District One Ends — McConaghcy, Roger Trumbo. Fayettevillc. Tackle — Lashley, Fayettevill Horn, Van Buren. Guards — Dail, Rogers Smitl Springdale. Center — Tootlv^kor, Van Bui fn. Backs — Sageley. Van Bure Lewis. Fayetteville Beisel, Spring lale Pack, Rogers. Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Haze! Phone 357 WANTED • PECANS • SCRAP STEEL « CAST IRON • CAR BODIES • JUNK BATTERIES • RADIATORS • ANY KIND OF METAL • BURLAP BAGS, RAGS and BONES. Top Prices Paid Finest Fairbanks Scales WILLIAM M. DUCKETT North Main Street REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Used Refrigerators. • See us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refrigerator service department. (We know How) • Refrigerator Headquarters New and Used. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frigidaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 District Three in my Ponder. Jimrnie Dick Ham- who rules the minors with a firm hand, has urged that the club owners adopt a provision whereby any club in any league can pay a player up to $6.000 for signing'a contact before he is classed as a bonus player. ions, Jack Taylor, Poul Ingram, harles Wilson, Erbancy Mohon, immy Pale, Morris Barrentine. Southwest Tops in Grid ^ New York, Dec. 9. —(UP)—Col- ego football attendance increased learly six per cent this season over 1947. a United Press survey of the major colleges showed today. Every section of the county re- corded an increase with the Sot west leading the way with a centage gsin of 20.67. The was next in lino with an in57C of 9.35 per cent followed by Rocky Mountains with 0.30, Midwest with 378 and the E with 1.74. The Far West just rrt aged to better last year's figtv' showing a net increase of less t' one third of, one per cent. A total of 13,0iil,248 persons i the 487 home grimes of the 99 • leges covered in the survey — average attendance of 20,799 sons per contest. In 1947, the s: colleges played n total of 479 hb games, drawing a total of % 232 customers for a per game erase of 25746. The 7ifi.%6 over-nil patronage crease in 1948 figured out to Arkadelphia, Ark.—Ex-fullback J. C. McCullough, ponderous, wicked plunger who had garnered All-State high school honors in the Hope taacktield during pre-war seasons, was shifted to guard this week in exnct»porcentage gain of 5.83. the Ouachita Tiger lineup by Head! Of the 99 colleges 38 showed Coach Wesley Bradshnw creases, most of them due to At present the 212-pound behemoth is running with the regulars adding his abilities to those of All- Stater Jim Tabor. Depth, a factor sought by OBC since early Sep tembor, may be the deciding point in favor of Bradshaw's Baptists I when they meet Southeastern Oklahoma State in the Texoma Bowl at Denison, Texas Friday night. Commenting on the McCullough switch, Brad reflected, "Mac has played guard before, and from every angle, both on his part and for all-around strength, we seem to have found the answer to several problems. fact that they had less h games this season. Those registering declines in Sputhijwcre William and Mary, siss"tppi. North Carolina S Duke. Vandorbillt, Georgia ' and Tulanc. Skygdraper for Singapore Singapore — iff) —Singapore sc will have its first completely c conditioned largo office bulletin; the new nine-story branch of ; ' Hongkong and Shanghai Bank. T building will boast the fastest c valors in Malaya, its builders s; A fast and strong Ouachita In- cpendent basketball team went all iut to snap the winning streak of he Hope Legion boys here last light before a large crowd. The college boys won by a score of 56 o 30, as they made shots from hnost every spot on the court with he greatest of ease. The game was veil played but the Hope cagers ouldn't make good enough shots to overtake the Ouachita lads, once hey took the lead. Wheeler led the Ouachita team vith 15 points, followed by Lcng- ey with 12. Pony Reaves led the Hope boys with 10 points, while orter was next with 7. Hope Heaves Dillard . Hoss Taylor . Porter . Junter . Stone ... 3yers .... Vannoy Polk F.G. .:... 4 .... 1 .... 2 .... 0 .... 3 .... 0 .... 0 1 ... 2 .... 2 F.T, 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Pts. 10 2 5 0 7 0 1 2 4 4 Ouachita F.G. F.T. Welch 3 3 Flint 2 2 McDonald 1 1 Wheeler 5 5 Langley 5 8 "ober 3 1 Shackleford 1 2 36 Pts. 9 6 3 15 12 7 •, 4 5fl Friday night the Hope Legion team will meet the Blevins American Legion here at 8 o'clock in a game that should prove to be close all the way. Ends — Gentry, lall, Blytheville. Tackles — Lloyd, Berry. Blytheville. Guards — Fitshugh, Joe Gibbs, Joncsboro. Center — Hodge. Blytheville. Backs — Elliott, Reid and Allean, Blytheville Johnnie Cook, Jonesboro. ; Blylhevillcr Blytheville Blytheville District Four End-: — Hill, Subiaco Russellville. Tackles — Moore, Adams, Subiaco. Guards — Grisham Oaeus, Russellville. biaco. Russellville Russellvilie Jones, Su- FOR SALE 8 Kegs 3d Cement Coated Box Nnils 80 Kegs 4d Cement Coated Cooler Nails 24 Kegs 4d Bright Box Nails 38 Keys 5cl Bright Box Nails 40 Kegs 5d Cement Coated Cooler Nails 24 Kegs Gel Bright Box Nails 80 Kegs 7d Cement Coated Cooler Nails * PRICE — 59.00 per Keg f.o.b. Prtscott. GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS WANTED - Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY H -pt i»^ H" I** A jf I/ IT* "TS"" ^*"** #*\ OPE BASKET CO. Call tOOO or Contact Office District Seven Knds — Button, Camden Ham- nons. Hope. Tackles — J. Prewett, Smackovr: Edwards. Texarkana. Guards -- Westbrook, Hope, Linebarier, Camden. Center — Bradley, Camden. Backs --* Britt and Sntton, Hope peer, Smackover Cross. Camden. O'Neill Joins Cleveland Club as a Coqch Minneapolis;. 'Dec. !) — t/P)—Gen- al Sieve O'Noill. his Irish eyes Chining rejoiced the Cleveland In- iians today as a eo.'ich. O'Neill, ..'fired by the Detroit Ti- nors as majii^eiv heard at 2 a. in. he was,.slfyyjijig in big time baseball in a'tctetjiwne call from Bill Wee'-, presMtot of the world champions. ":••; •'•• ll was Mu^ager Lou Boudreau that jiut thu.-'-okav on hi;n with liie.se woi'ds shortly after arriving I.MV "What about Sieve O'.NVill? I'd like to have him as a coach." That did if. "This is 111" ii'b I've wanted " buid O'Ni'ill. "i didn't want to take any job that would take me asvay from Cleveland and niv family." He had been mentioned as a troiin pnssibililv as manager of liie San Diego Padres. O'Neill starred for Cleveland in his playing days and was a inem- l.er uf ihe Indian team which won liie World Series in 1U20. New York, Dec. 9 —!;?) — Notre Dame and Oklahoma, expected to be among the top collegiate basketball learns, opened their sca- E«!i last night — and both .got slapped down. The Irish lost to Illinois, 59 to 58, in overtime at South Bend while: Oklahoma went down before Texas, 49 to 40, at Norman, Okla. In contrast Kentucky's NCAA champions drubbed DoPaul, 67-30, a licking that indicated Kentucky will be tough to dethrone. Illinois stamped itself as a con- lender for the Western Conference i championship by its triumph over i Notre Dame. The Illiui came from j behind a 27-2(1 hall'time deficit and won out in the overtime on a field <;oal by Burdett Thurlby. The rcg- ulaton game ended 56-56. Notre Dame's All-Amcrican Kevin O'Shea lopped the scorers with 20 points. Oklahoma, favored to win the Big Seven titles, fell behind in the opening minutes against Texas and managed to catch up. The Southwest conference boys had a "hot" I might, hitting on 32 per cent. Of j | their field goals trios, usually ! from far out on one-hand push ishots. Al Madsen and Slater Martin together tallied 33 points for Texas. Kentucky was held to a 20-13 halftime edge by DePaul, but the VS'ild- cals put on a devastating second half exhibition of speed that all but [swept DePaul off ihe boards. Coach Adolph Hupp unveiled a talented sophomore. Walter llirsch, whose passing helped Ralph Beard Alex Gro/a and the other Kentucky vets. Temple and LaSalle, two unbeaten Philadelphia quintets, trimmed Bueknell and Brigham Young in a doublcheader at Philly's convention hall. Temple walloped Buck- iH'll. H2-40, and l.aSale, sinking 32 of 79 field goal attempts, polished off the Big Six champions, 76-54. Noah's Ark Sails the Pacific Hong K>'iig — i.•!'!-• Currying a cargo of leopards, monkeys and King Cobras, the APL liner President Tyle-r is en its \vay to the tJni- led Stales. Included in the floating /no are panthers, wild cats, lemurs python:; and oO.Otill tropical fish. In charge of the animals is. William Carew Hetlfield who is aecompuny- in; 1 , Ihem to Los Angeled. Basketball Results By The Associated Press East: Temple (12 Bueknell 40. Harvard Ii2 Northeastern 43. South: Kentucky G7 De Paul 'M. Midwest: Illinois , r ii) Notre Dunn; 5!;. Texas 4!) Oklahoma 41). | Indiana Slate 52 Ka.steru Illinois 4o. Murrav iK\i " Cai.-e Girardeau (Mo) Tchrs ,">1. Kansas ti.'i Trinity I'iVx- 44. Daylun f>H Louisville 'n. Pittsurth (Has- U2 Urury 40. Southwestern (K.a.si 52 McPher- MOII 32. Southwest: Phillips Oilers GO llardin-Siii!- inons 45. Southeast Okla 50 Arkansas State (Juncsboro) 32. (I) sumer If you ore an average American Merchant it HAS NOT. National Retail Dry Goods Association Statistics show that in percentage of total sales U. S. Department and Specialty Stores are spending for newspaper advertising —• backbone of the retail dry goods trade — in the postwar period onfy about half what they spent before the war. Most of your fixed costs have kept pace, percentage- wise, with the postwar volume of business. is a But Advertising — the great expediter of sales voluntary matter with each Merchant. High-level busi-, ness wil! s?ot be maintained indefinitely wiih low level. Before planning your 1949 Advertising budget look over the following 12-year figures of the National Retail Dry, Goods Association (Controllers' Congress 1946 Departmental Merchandising and Operating Results of Department Stores and Specialty Stores): 1935 Sales Index ......... 88 (1939 is 100%) Percentage of Sales — Salespeople's Salaries . 6.5 Newspaper Costs .... 3.4 1937 102 6.5 3.4 1939 100 6.6 3.3 1941 125 6.2 2.8 1942 141 6.1 2.4 1943 165 5.9 2.1 1944 185 5.6 1.9 1945 205 5.7 1.9 1946 252 5.9 1.9 Wrap it up with o prewar Advertising Budget.
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