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if?--' $&$- HOPE S T A ftf^H d P E , ARKANSAS Monday, January 25, 1954 SI FI ED See ifo? Before Publication t« Aflawed WHh Ttrt icouitt l» I* Tfar*. SI* On. t)»yV Day* Month "tti 1.60 4.SC ,100 <MW 7.60 8.00 10.80 12.00 18,60 U.OO 16.00 DISPLAY .„ pit lack „.—,~,.— BOO pet Inch f Q&.L*.,....... 60c <per inch d. fabovo ore for con,,,™..ion»; irrefiulor or *Mp- .Jjwnj late the jorw-doy rat*. Jolly ibjslfled oaVfcrtltliXJ copy *•*"<>"-»-$ until S p.m. for 'following day. *r«Mhrv0 the right to advet^!s«menr» ON ^-...Jtlon brid to reject tflonabto'; advert l»lrtfl «ub- r »; ; of • one or mor* l«tt»r», r.flgUr*! »uch M houtM bn« A nurrtb«r* count di ont ' r i l ' i ' , . Star Will not tw retpon- ..errort ,ln Want Adi uhl«M *'collod to, our attention " ^Jnwtlon ,of ad and NLTf'ttw 0(46, lncotr*tt at MIXED grass hay. Top quality barn or delivered. Elbert Jr. Phone 7-2094. 22-Ot '1927 (eafiw^taiayi crteirkion by tTAR PUCLISHI»4(J' CO.' &S, palmer, tftti^tot' il#ii.' iJonc*,; Managirta tdl»or * Mcch. Supt. o*'"teeoni) clots matter at ". or Hop«, rArkanias, irFof 5 , »he; Audit Bureau of 0\Rates (POVable In od- , &F ''* " '"' " > i . 1&.,...,.,...,»,'iLv,. '13.00 >II4In'riHenip»teod;, Nevada, , Howarfl,"and Miller eoun- 5"'' f> ^..4'<"V'v 'I3-09 sfna Rqpresontatlvos: inc.;. 1 602 Sterlck . ' 3 N. I.; 60 E. . ', N. Y.; 1763 ,,, Detroit 2, Mich.; ' Oklahoma •'City '2, the Associated Press: f/ess 1 i»*entitled ex,, „._' use for republication v locoriOcws- pcloted in f fhl« For Rent todni One-half block from business district. No children. Phone 7-3682 1'tf BOLBV'S Court, all new "safer" Two people $3.00 Four people $5.00. Panelray Heat, innerspring, and foam pillows. Jan. 1-lMo. FIVE room houSe. Call Mrs. Howard ByerB or Byers Diug Store. 22-61 NICE unfurnished 3 large rooms and private bathj 322 South Bonner. 25-3t UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment, hardwood floors, private bath, private entrances, near grade school. Phone 7-3588. J. D. Luck. 10-01 For Sale SMALL Farm 5 rooms. Butane, Water system, Bath. Cow and hog pasture. Barn. 8 miles south. Glendon Flowers. Phone 7-5597. 20-3t DAIRY Feed. Hog feed, meal hulls, mixed. C. S. Meal. Salt $1:15 per sack. DANNIE HAMILTON 21-lmo. 400 BALES mifced grass hay. 100 "bales at 90c. Call Jack Lowe. Day lime 7-2381. Night 7-5803. " 23-6t CHILD'S baby bed Good condition. Mrs. Billy Monts 1103 South Main. 23-3t GOVERNOR winthrop secretary arm chair with foot stool to match, coffee table, all in good condition. Mrs. E, O. Wingfield, Phone 7-2424. ^ 25-3t MODERN home. Six rooms and bath. Nice double garage. Paved street. 600 n*rth Elm Phone 7-4533 25-3t Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for all size farms. Need replacements for 15 recent sales. Fast Action. United Farm u Agency. 101 East Frpnt Street. Phone 7-3766. Jan. 1-imo. Notice SUBSCRIBE' Texarkana Gazette. 30c weekly dally., 'Sunday complete sports. KCMC-TV programs. Dale Hartsfield. Phone 7-4610. „ , Dec. 11-1 Mo. INCOME Tax'V'Service. Nearly evei'y farmer iand many others are required to file tax returns in January. Maybe we can help you. Phone 7-3731 J. W. Strickland. Jan. 4-3 wks. Political Announcements The Star Is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections. Por Tc«a*urer» HARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BVERS DW1GHT RIDGDILL For County Clerk ARNOLD 3. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK Wanted . MANAGER WANTED GUARANTEED INCOME SPARE OR FULL TIME MONEY BACK GUARANTEE WANTED at once a responsible man or woman to own and manage a new highly profitable lOc confection route. Completed program ' should net $500 to $600 monthly. This is 'a once in a lifetime opportunity for a reliable ambitious person who desires a permanent highly profitable business of their own. Thorough train- Ing and 100 per cent cp-operation. All accounts established' for you. $1485.00 cash required to start. Liberal financing. This business is sold on a 100 per cent Money- ; back Guarantee For full information write giving phone number and address to Box A, Hope Star. 25-3t Moore, Maxim Fight Wednesday NEW YORK W! — Archie Moore and Joey Maxim do it again Wednesday with Archie's light heavyweight title at slake against the ex-champ in a 35-round bout at Miami Stadium. This third meeting of the pair starts tt 9 p. m. (CST) with net> work /-qdio (CBS; and television (CBS) coverags. Moore is a 2H, to 1 favorite to seat Jcty again rllhough their last fight, June 24 at ogden, Utah, was very close. Archie won all the way Dec. 17, 1952 at St. Louis when he dethroned Maxim. Harold Johnson, the No. 1 con- Bender who has been yelling for a title shot, tops the Friday night show tit New York'.-! St.Nicholas Arena (radio-ABC and television- NBC) against rugged Jimmy Sladc of New York. Texas Leadi SWCCage Teams INCOME Tax Service. No waiting. Two accountants. Farm Bureau Office 101 East Front , street. Phone 7-37SO. 5-lmo. Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South, Washington Phone 7-2622, Deo. 30-lmo. ' -ji-; ^ ^^•^FJg^Tj^f ^r ?^"W "^ lilts' West |f^8t; VJppp, Ark, '($$> "*nii' RECORDING HOB,,,, Picture , type^ of Floor rjnfl,- Paints, Wall Pa•••-*-•— pucpratino. Supply CALL Payne Brothers. House movers, insured contractors. Pub' Jic service commission number jn-1425, ?13 Central Avenue. 'Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. Jan, 1-lmo: Services Offered CERAMIC Tile 'Work—Baths, floors: ' drain boards, walks, manteli, ; sleeps, Pree estimates. Also repair work. W. E. Highfill.. 501 Spfuce. Wope. 2l-Gt Lost JERRY, yellow double-footed cat,: -chUdrenSi.pet. Gall 7-3689, Jacjt; Reynolds, 724 West Ave. D. 25-3t 1 PAIR glasses, (amber frames)' between 204 North Hervey and office. Hoy Johnson. 25-lt Salesman Wanted WHAT pro your plans for 1954? A; gopd Rawleigh's Business is hard to beat. Openings in Hempstead County. For details write to Raw- Jeigh's Dept. AKA-641-254 mein-i phis, Tenn. Also other localities available. 25-lt Strayed CREAM colored cow with while spottefl face and two white faced heifer calves two weeks ago. If found- see Ed Jackson Emmet, Rt. 1. 25-3t Pnty 7 Teams Still Unbeaten NEW YORK —The list of uneaten college basketball teams was down to seven today. Western Kentucky, with 18 tri- umpivs, heads the puck, followed by Lawrence TecU, with 16 and; THI OAKS Management MJNCHK iff j *egefcBtolp 8 and " DALLAS, —Two victories las Week zoomed Rife into a seconc place tie with Southern Metho 3ist lii the Southwest Conference lasketbnll chane. Texas still heads the conference lowevor, with four victories anc no defeats. Neither the Longhorns nor SMU'played last week. Tha Owls' .knocked off Arkansas 30-55 and> Baylor, 72-00 in games last <veok. < Texas .Christian, now in, fourtl place.l took a' 73-60 victory over Baylor Saturday. The Horned 'Frog; low have 1 a 2-2 conference record Baylor'lias won'two "and lost three conference games while Arkansas —in nix m place, has won one and lost throe. Texas A&M, in the cellar spot, has lost four games. Gene Schwinger, Rice's top point maker, leads conference scoring with 132 points in conference play and 37'J in all-game scoring. The only conference game slated this week matches Southern Methodist and Texas Christian Saturday. Other games include Texas Christian/and Abilene Christian at Abilene tonight; Arkansas-Phillips Oilers at -Bartlesville, Okla., Fri day, and Baylor-Oklahoma at Waco Saturdy. '.-'.•••.. THE STANDINGS Conference All Gmes W L Pet. W L Pet. Texas 4 01.000' 9 4 .692 Rice 42 .067 14 2 .875 SMU 2 2 .500 B 9 .400 Baylor 2 •»» ,400 7 8 .467 Ark. I 3 .250 -86 .571 Texas A&M '04 .000 1 12 .077 Tech/ Teachers Still Winning , • :••'&••'!'• '•'• ?«'?. '»'•/! W-f. By Thf' A's^ocisftey -JBr ' ess Ark'-inras State Teachers College and Arkansas Tech. lant week rolled to their sixth and fourth fie- torles respectively v/ithout a loss to keep' 'the basketball race in the Arkansas Intercollegiate. Conference a nip and tuck affair, Ninj games , are on the card this week, The deaath of Techs 18-year-old Billy E. Baker in a Morrilton hospital Wednesday resulted in cancellation of the Tech-Ozarks game Wednesday night. Baker died of injuries suffered Jan. 17 when o station wagon carrying part of the team overturned near Russellville. Five ether players were injured. Coach Sam Hindsman expects to have cnjy one of the injured players back in action tnis season r and has elevated several "B" team members to the varsity. The Wonder Boys had their hands full in defeating Ouachita, 88-80, last Saturday night for their fourth conference triumph. Duqusjsnc with ID. The others include Connecticut with 11; Kentucky, the No. 1 team in tho country in the weekly Associated Press pojl, and Norwich, each with 12, and. Ermine with 11. Legol Notice No. 7B79 }n the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. M. S, White Plaintiff vs. Minnie D, White . . Defendant WARNING ORPgR The de^pd^ntj Minnie D. White, is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the ppmpls&t p| the PJaJntiK, M- S. White. .Witness my hand and th,a seal of Harrison Takes Top Pro Money RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. , —National a m a teur champion Gene Littler lett the scene of the rich Sar. Diego Open Golf Tourn- a merit with th? title and a silver tea set, and E. J. (Dutch) Harrison departed with a check for $2,400. That was the picture today as the pros headed toward a pro- member tournament at Palm Springs for a $15,000 purse, and a $5,000 PGA sideshow event at nearby Brawley, Calif. And Littler, the 23-year-old idol of his native San Diego, went back to his duties in the air service of Nation's Top Cage Teams to Undergo Tests By BEN OLAN NEW YORK W.—Kentucky, Oklahoma A&M and Holy Corss face the stifiest tests among the nation's leaders this week as some of the other college basketball powers swing back into action after midyear examination. Unbeaten Kentucky, ranked No. 1 in the latest Associated Press poll, takes on an improved Vanderbilt quintet Saturday night. Vandy is 10-3 and with the added advantage give the Wildcats double coult give the Wildcats tdouble. The fifth-ranked Aggies meet Houston tonight in arcturn go The Apgics won theia easlier get- together by 15 points, but the Texas school has come on slrng single; then. There, to, the underdog will h-i playing at home. Hoi y Cross, No. 8, ilashcs with stubboirn Niagara Friday night The upstate New York team gave Duquosrie, ranked second in the nation, a couple of tough battles the T J. S. Navy at San Dieg o. Littler conquered the pros in the 72-hole San Diego with a 14-under par score of 274. Harrison finished with 278, while Gary Middlecoff and Ted Kroll tied at 280 and won $1,000 apeice out of the $15,000 purse. Top Radio Programs before losing —by five and eight points. Duquesne takes its 15-0 record) NBC _ 7 MacBa e M usleal . 7:3 o into Wednesday nigh* s game with Howal . d Bai ., ow Concert; 6 Jascha Pl 0 '?^^,.^ 0 ^™ 11 ^ ^"MHcifetz in Voorhees Concert. CBS — E Radio Theater; 9 VaU-jnan Monroe. ABC — 8 Opera auditions: .8:30 Decision drama. . 1 M3S — 7 The Falcon: 7:30 Under Arrest. ern Kentucky clashes with little Regis of Denver Friday night; Ok- lahomi City,.No. 7, tackles Seattle tonight and tomorrow night: and Minnesota, No. 9, faces Purdue tonignt. Third-r a n k s d Indiana, sixth- ranked -Notre Dame, and George Washington, No. 10, aren't scheduled to play again until early next month. Only eight of the 20 teams ranked in the last. poll of sports- writes and sportcasters were in action Saturday night and three—l ern tills ' Seton Kal1 bl ' oke a four ' Indiana. Pennsylvania remained on Cornell's heels in the Ivy League scramble by trimming Dartmouth 78-67. Cornell, with 5-0 in league play, \vent outside the circuit to down Colgate 73-70. In other East- Oklahoma City, Wichita, No. 11, and Niagara, No. 18, went down to defense. The ether five had little trouble. [Kentucky made it 12 in a row by breezing past Tennessee 97-71, even with All America center Clitf Ha'gan on the bench most of the time with an injured leg. Western Kentucky (18-0) oulscored Memphis state G3-33, the Oklahoma Ag- gies (lfi-1) defeated North Texas State t'fi-51 as Bob Mattick scored 18 poiritr, Minnesota (10-2) nipped Northwestern 82-78. and La Salle, No. 11, squeezed past North Carolina State 83-78. Oklahoma City's loss came at the hards . of .Wyoming and its tight defense, 57-38. Wichita now 16-2 foil .before ' a hot-and-cojd St. Louis club 74-46 .decision to Canisius. . . . . . The Big Ten conference race tightened considerably as Iowa downed Purdue 70-62 and climbed within one game of paceisetting game losing streak by walloping Villanova 76-58, St. Joseph's (Pa.) upset Tumple 57-56 and Manhattan dumped Army 83-69, snapping the Cadets' four-game winning streak. In the south, Vandcrbilt thumped winless Georgia Tech 84-65 in a Southeastern Conference game, and Louisville defected Baldwin Wallace 87-75. Michigan State posted a Big Ten victory, 83-76 over Ohio State. Julius McCoy scored 34 points for a Spartan record. Missouri edged Kansas State 7571 in a Big Seven contest, and Drake whipped Iowa State 82-72. Rice (14-2.1 swp.pt to its fourth straight Southwest Conference win against two setbacks by trouncing Baylor 72-60. In the Far West, Oregon triumphed over Washington for the second straight night, this time 64-48. Oregon State mastered Idaho 69-53, Briham Young throttled Utah State 75-63, and Utah topped Montana 73-62. Independents Defeat Five From Prescott The Hope Independents downed the Prescott Independents 101-64 at the local gym on last Saturday night. Roy Poole with 41 points and Bryon Thompson with 22 fed the locals. Tonight at 8 o'clock the Independents will take on a team from Henderson State Teachers College.' Over.at Texarkana Saturday night the Hope Independent girls were defeated 33 to 25 by trie Red River Arsenal girls. Allwhitc of Hope and Cranford of Texarkana tied for high point honors with 17 each. Rosen Says Indians Can Beat Yanks NEW YORK, 'm— Al Rosen, who slugged his way to the American League's Most Valuable Player a\var:l last year, today decided his Cleveland Indians could beat out 'he New York Yankees for the pennant this year. But he left himself an opening- a big "if. 1 "A deal for an outfielder might do it,' he declared. He admitted that the present Indian outfield of Dale Mitchell, Lorry Doby and Wally Westlake would not be enough to edge out "I'm also reckoning Yankee pitchers' age," he said." € Try this great liJjWgasoli me in your car POWER"ESSO EXTRA Latest triumph of Esso Research! You can have absolute faith in NEW "TOTAL POWEB" Esso EXTHA. It is ft new product development of the famous Esso Research Center. It is a super-refined gasoline.., plus great additives that give you protection against Imock and protection against valve sticking. Here is a gasoline engineered to meet the total power and anti-knock requirements of even the highest-compression new cars. 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See your Esso Peeler for a tankful today, TOTAL POWER means: • POWER for quicK starting in any weather • POWER for fast warm-up « POWER to resist cool weather stalling • POWER to kill off knocks and pings • POWER to take steep hills in stride • POWER to pick up swiftly and smoothly from a standstill • POWER to get the most possible ivorkiiig horsepower from any engine under, today's all-round driving conditions KNOCK AND PING are completely stopped in millions of cars, particularly in the overwhelming majority of new cars and especially those witli high-compression engines, FULL PERFORMANCE is made possible for many other new cars which now have their sparks deliberately retarded to prevent knock. SMOOTH, DEPENDABLE CET-4WAJ from a standing sttirt or for passing is provided without knock. BETTER AfliEApE and better all-around ' performance can be obtained in short trip, rouftd-town driving this winter by motorists who formeily used "regular" gasoline, €sso THe Sign of "Happy Motoring"

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