Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 26, 1954 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 26, 1954
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS SSIFIED "•fit Oft* biyi Month 1.N BOLEY'S Court, all «ew "safer" 'TWO people $3.00 Four people ~ |5.00, Pahelray heat, innersprlng, and foam pillows, Jan. 1-lMo. is as *.oo i5.oo 76e pet Inch 5TVE room house. Call Mis. Howard fiyers or B'yers Drug Store. 22-81 MCE unfurnished 3 large rooms and private bath, 322 South Bonner. < 25-3t leic B191 quviou - \iwvw w>4 rOf tOf>* iHvS'!n«*rtlort». IrreoUtaf or iklp- "« wlll,»tiVe the one-day rat*, illy, clarified advertising copy oewpted until 5 p.m., for Ml 'tho fallowing day. , K Jbllshen> te*Brv* the right to • v.eredtt all odverlisemanti of'" " publication end to -"•'--*' cdvertillha on* or.inor* letter*, or flourw WCrt ai. houwt number* tount at oh* . .„,. Star will not b'« Jf6f'»rort Ih Want.Ail •». or* called fo out .attention rtlRST-'Intwtten of'"ftrf-^dnd Jrof ONLY th* ONE Incorrect iPHONE DAlRV'Feed, Hog teqd, meal hulls, rnixech C. S. Meal. Salt $1:15 per sack. DANNIE HAMILTON 21-lmo. MIXED grass hay. Top quality at born or delivered. Elbert May, Jr. Phone 7-20B4, 22-Gt i^ ' * J *,. * FlV V ' 0PEST ^'/•"', . ; r "j lioltdofed January ; jfUBL afternt»h by CO. t ,n, Seey-Tm. 'Siar Building _.H4*'JS6uth Walnut Street, MS-*' ' Hope, Arkansas ' i|H.Washburn, Editor ft Publlihof UI-H.~Joncj, Montiplng Cdltof !••, W.5 Hoimor, Mech. Supt. ,C .D'dVfr, Advertising Manager ored"qi second class matter at Po»r";0?fleo at Hops, Arkansas, ;^et of March 3, 1697. Mber of the 'Audit Bureau of r j,- Circulation* j»jj.n_f__i < M . v p»|)on ,lRate» • (payable In ad- ^.-.fe^l^aml neighbor- I," 13.00 Slito^ard7onil'Miiler eoun-' .....i, ..„.„.... i.io ...f.i*.M......k..* ^ 3.25 ^ ". ...... »., ...... 6,50 ,.;.. ..... ,1 ....... 1 3.00 ,' Reprcssntatlves: lles, , Inc.; 1602- Sterltk s, 2, Tcnri.; 505 Texas ./0plla* 2, Tekas; 360 N. e., Chicago t. III.; 60 E. ew York 17, N.' Y,; 1763 " City 2, of ^ the Associated Press: Press U entitled ex' printed In thli /well os, all 'AP SHARES Income Fund, Fund , • For Ren* UMFDHlSHSHE'D five rootn house. One-half block from business district, fto children. Phone 7-3662 1-tf For Sale SMALL PatTn 5 rooms. iButanc, writer system, Bath. Cow and hog pastitre, Barn. 8 miles south. Glendon Flowers. Phone 7-551)7. 20-8t 400 BALES mixed grass hay. 100 bales at 50c. Call Jack Lowe. Day time 7-2381. Night 7-5863. 23-Gt CHILD'S baby bed Qood 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. 0. Wingfield, Phone 7-2424. , 25-3t MODERN home. Six rooms and . bath. Nice double garage. Paved street. 600 north Elm Phone 7-4533 25-3t REGISTER Hampshire Boar and 2'pigs. CaU Ralph Montgomery Market. 20-3t Political Announcements The Star Is authorized to ail* nounce that the following are candidates for public 1 office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections. Pec Treasurer liARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS DWtGHT RIDGD1LL For County Clerk ARNOLD j. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY ( AMONETtE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For ShtHff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK ARKANSAS ,CARL BELL PENTO-treated fence post at plant- One mile out on Ro'sslon Highway Phone7-2048. 26-Ot Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for, all size farms. Need replacements for 15 recent sales. JPast Action. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-3760,, f \',' Jan., 1-lm.o. Notice SUl3SpB,iBE> Tex'arkana r Gazette. ' 30c Weeldy daily ^Sunday conti« »"plete,'sports. K&MC-TV programs. 'VDale Hartslieldl'Phone 7-4610.' ' "' "","'•" "'"" 'Dec'. 11-1 Mo. INCOME, "^ax Service, No waiting. Two 1 accountants. Farm Bureau Office 101 East Front street. Phone 7-3766. 5-lmo. Agspc'ated Press Sports Writer SpdiiuiDtion that- Arkansas State College's loss of Coach Frosty England might 'lead to ar.y de-emphasis of football at the Jpnesboro school would seem to 'be .off base. A—Stute President Carl Reng says " PO curtailrrent is planned, adding: "Ws're thinking of remaining on about the same level with our football." That's a pretty high level, too. England, who leaves- to become head coach at the University, ol [Toledo Feb. 1, has ltd the Indians •to four bowl games in the past three Lessons. England has been shopping foi a job at a largei school for several seasons find naturally was disappointed that he hadn't been able to- and one, Now, however he can loijk backward—and for ward—and sec where it was bes! for his promotion to come when -t did. His departure, ES.it is, !comes at a timj when halfback; Richie Vfo\t, the Little All-America star of all of Frpsly's bowl teams, has used up his eligibility. : ; Rent; says that "Quite a number" of appHcationn >;for the A- State post have been received and that the spot still is "wide open". He anticipates 'it'.will'be',;three or tour weeks before the Board of Trustees makes a selection. Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inner. spring work, Cobb Mattress Co. 318 South Washington Phone 7-2622. ' Dec. 30-lmo. CALL Payne Brothers. House movers, insured contractors. Public service commission number m-1425. 313 Central Avenue. Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. Jan. ,i-lmo ^u,^- g Line forfl 954. j|verythJr)g new.'- *' $l|f.,of,C|ty Limits W$?t ant) Sell Used Furnlturo f) ?«438J • Hope, Ark, s All type? of Floor Paints, Wall Paa t |n fl' Supply ',. Dial Services Offered CEKAMIC Tile Work—Baths, floors drain boards, walks, mantell, steeps. Free estimates. Also repair work. W, E. Highfill. 501 Spruce. Hope. 21-6t tost JERRY, yellow double-footed cat, childrens pet. Call 7-3089, Jack Reynolds, 724 West Ave. D. 25-3t CRfeAM"'colOrW'co'w with white spotted face and two white faced heifer calves two weeks ago. II found sue Ed Jackson Emmet, Rt. 1, 25-3t Wanted M Jl in- .PORTER'S 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 $000 monthly, This 'is a once in 9 lifetime opportunity for a reliable ambitious person who desires a permanent highly profitable business of their own. Thorough training and 100 per cent co-operation. All accounts established for you. $1485.00 casli required to start, jjiberal financing. This business ji? sold pn a 100 per cent Money- back Guarantee For full informa. tion, write giving phope number and address to Box A, Hope Star. 25-3t rv, K't\ The Negro Community $t Jf9jf #ys4 j» ^>-, liwary » to' Kentucky and DuquesneSfay in Cage Lead NEW YORK — Unless their unbeaten strings are unexpectely snapped, Kentucky pnd Duquesne figure to stay in the; foreground of the college baijkcthall picture. Again this week, these powerful quintets dominate the weekly As- sociatfcl Press poll v/ith Kentucky, as.it.3ual, ch lop. The Wildcasts (12-0) lecei'/ed 30 fhst place votes and a point total of 764 yesterday from tlic 93 spoils writers and sportsca.'<ters casting their ballots. At that, Dur|iie.«ne, although idle last week, gained gioimd on the pace-setters. The Dukes (15-0) grabbed off 15 first place votes ind 101 points, figured on the basis of 10 points for first place, nine 'or second etc. • Last week Kentucky topped Dunquense by 11 points as 127 voted. Indiana with a 12-1 record remained third. The Big Ten con- "erehcc leader grabbed off 13 first place votes and 640 points. Otherwise, thert- was no whole- salesh'ikeup in the first ten, nl- thou.-!'n'sonic of thu tooms changed positions. Oklfihyma A&M ranked fifth last week, climbed into n fourth-place tie with Western Kentucky with 541 points apiece. The Aggies, who whipped Houston 64-48 last night, collected eight first place votes while Western Kentucky (18-0) Was rated first on rover- ballots. The Aggies now are 17-1. Notre Dame, with a 10-2 slate remained in the No. 6 spot. . Oklahoma City, victim of a 5738 defeat by Wyoming Saturd&y night and a 79-64 lacing by. Seattle last night dropped from seventh to ninth, enabling Holy Cross and Minnesota (11-2) each to move up a notch. The Crusaders (13-1) took over seventh while Minnesota, which trounced. Purdue 80-64 lart night, moved into eighth. George Washington, at'12:-I, i' niained in tenth place. Wichita University 1G-2 and Kansas (8-3) tire tied for 16th place; F.acli received 79 votes. The leading teams on a 10-98' 7-6-5-4-3-21 point basis (first place votes and won lost records through Sunday in parentheses): 1. Kentucky (30) (12-0) 764 2. Duquesne (15) (15-0) 707 ,1. Indiana (13) (12-1) 640 4." (Tic) Oklahoma A&M (8) (17-1) 541- and Western Kentucky (7 (18-0) 541 ; 6. NotreDame (.2) (10-2) 230 i 7, Holy Cross (2) (13-1) 165,' •'••} 8'Minnesota (11-2) 33 .' • 9. Oklahoma, City (4) (11-3) 133 10. Geo. Washington (5) (12-1) 12 . Most Courageous Athletes Named PH-1.AELPHA. — A youth who. doctors saicl, would never walk but who later leaped to a World's: high jump record, and a wom.in athlete who triumphed over drea<ii."J cancer, were honored last night fs the Most Courageous Athletes of 1953. The Philadelphia Sports Writers Association celebrated its Golden Anni 7-jrsary by presenting its annual award to Walter (Buddy) Davis, a 1952 Olympic champion, and Mrs; George (Babe) Didrikson Zaharias, the outstanding woman nthlete and golfer of the half century. Street Fight Ends With Stabbing DETROT, '(/It— A street fight between two 12-yrar ok", boys after a ended Inst night in the stabbing grade school basketball game ended last night in the stabbing death of one of them. James Horton, )2, ciicd of a knife wo'um.l in' the stomach on arrival at receiving hospital. , Police held a 12-year-old fifth grade classmate for investigation Thera really is a simple explanation ; for the new fighting spirit shown by University of Arkansas football and basketball teams. Coaches Bowden Wyatt and Glen Rose let non-hustleis ride the benches or stnv at home. Golfers bothered by caddies who give unwanted advice might get n good idea from Dr. K. D. Ackerman of Hot Springs. Dr. Ackerman y trained his dog Ar chie—n 2 y 2 - year* Jd bpxer—to to pull his club-bearing cart around golf courses and says-it .worked out line. Archie slops when commanded, starts again when told, stays off the greens—and doesn't say . a word... Dr..'• Ackerman pays his ,caddy dog a $2 steak for nine holes and a $4 steak for $8—which might seem n little high for club toting, "but he'd have to feed' his pet anyway. The Arkansas Athletic Assoeia- , the ;k'eej>s for some yiiF.rs now offeied advice and held clinics for officials. Now, in its January bulletin, it offers some .suggestions on how sports writers ought to do their work. . . A dribble derby corded at Junction City Feb, 4-5-6 is billed as the 'Dual State Tournament" but has a tri-state labor with basketball teams from Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas entered. . .Oaklawn park is fattening iU purses to a (ptal of more than helf a million dollars for this year's racing meet, and the- opening day program Feb. 20 will include two $S,000 features; Jockey fees also will be raised considerably. The 40-hour week has been established as standard in only two conn tries — the United States and New Zealand. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Installation service will be held Sunday. February 7, at Macedonia Baptist Church. The liev, F. R. Williams, pastor of Garrctt Chapel Baptist Church wil Ido the preaching at 2:30 p. m. The Rev. H. 'w, Watson is the pastor. Eligibility of Kentucky Players Aired LEXNGTON, Ky. (A 1 }— A newspaper':; report that three top Kentucky basketball, playersapparent- ly will be ineligible for the NCAA Tournament started z flurry of action on the camu-; today. Athletic Director Bcrnie Shivoly said he would look into the matter immediately. Ina story appearing in today's Louuville. Courier -Journal, staff writer, Larry Boeck said Cliff Hagan, Frank Ramsey and Lou Tsio- ropoiUoo apparently are ineligible .for the tournament under an NCAA rule cusqualifying grsduate students. Tsioropoulos received his Bachelor of Arts degree iast August. of the current semester this month. Thus, Kentucky, the nation's top ranked collegiate team, would be deprived of the set vices of its one- two-three scoring punch if it hopes to try for the national championship. Top Radio Programs NEW YORK (i&~ Listening tonight: NBC—7 Dinah Shore; 7:30 Barrie Craig 9:30 March of Dimes; CBS—7 Peop)e Are Funny; 8 Johnny Dollar Mystery, 8:30 My Friend Irmag s si . sc ABC—6:30 Starr of Space; 8 Town Meeting; MBS—7 SpiUane Mystery; 8:30 The Search. Emerson to Test Bobcats Tonight Tonight at 8 o'clock in the local gym, the Hope Bobcats will take the Emerson five. In the game pre^ cedi ngthe Lady Cats will play quintet from Emerson at 7 o'clock. In game played last night, the Hope Irtdepehdcnts downed the H S TC live 75-53. Roy Poole and Billy Mitchell with 29 and 19 points respectively led the locals. Joe Barrentine with 15 led the visitors attack. of murder. Only Inst week school authorities banned all major hlph school athletics at night because of the ice- ipick stabbing of Ross DeBoskey, 117, str-u- basketball pr.lyer, after a 'night basketball game. DeBoskey was badly hurt. After last night's incident police said tho accused boy admitted striking James with a knife but 1 claimed it was sell-defense. James, he said, attacked him in an argument . that started during a regularly acheduled night contest American Legion Post No. 427 will haye a call meeting Tuesday night, January 28. Two important topics will be discussed. All members are asked to be present. The Senior choir of peeBee Me- morjaj CMR Church rehearse Wednesday night, January 27, tit 7:39 p-jpn, end jib? fandfv eh,olr will re, Thursday njgbt. Jani to Wednesday, January 27th 2;00 Test Pattern 2:45 Film Feature 3:15 Love of Life CBS 3:30 On Ypur Account NBC 4:00 Happy Home Show 4:25 Movie Previews 4:30 Hawkins Falls NBC 4:45 Club Six 5:30 Western Theatre 6:30 Edwards & News CBS 6:45 Evening News 7:00 Arthur Godfrey CBS 7:30 Weir ton USA 8:00 Strike « Rick CBS 8:3Q I've Got A Secret CBS 9: op Chicago Wrestling 10:00 News Headlines 10:03 Channel 6 Theatre 11: OS Sign Off Fights Last Night Brspisjyn — Tommy Hurrisnce W*. #<w Y Welcome Farmers to Hope! Barrys Special for Thursday EXTRA SPECIAL GOOD FRESH Lb. BAKING SIZE SWEET POTATOES 10 Lbs. NO LIMIT Rinso WashingPowder Large Box EXTRA GOOD Fresh Dressed Fryers Lb. ALL MEAT MIXEDSAUSIGE Lb. GROCERY & MARKET 111 South Main Phone 7-4404 J. C ATGHLEY & GO. S DAY 24x36 —- Regular $3,19 values. NOW SPECIAL'— Regular $4.95 SPECIAL —, Regular $8.95 CLOTHES HAMPER .-. 36x54 — Regular $5.95 values THROW RUGS.. 3.95 6x9 — Regular $29.95 LOOP RUGS.. 16.95 9x12—Regular $49,95 LOOP RUGS.. 29.95 4 PIECE POSTER BEDROOM SUITE Walnut or Blonde, Reaular $199,95 (A Chenille Bedspreod will be given with bedroom suite sold) !T A LU, Jonesboro Loses Eligibility Appeal LTTL1-; ROCK (JPI — Jonesboro High school yesterday lost its appeal of an Arkansas Athletic Association ruling that it forfeit seven football victories fpr using an inleigible player. Members of thu AAA voted 203 against cancellation of the forfeiture order and 20 for. Executive Secretary Johnnie Brunelt said as Ear as his office ;« concerned "the matter now is closed." The forfeiture order came from Ihe AAA after it wos discovered that Jonesboro used an ineligible player, Harold Df-an biallings. Jonesooro appealed the order, Tuesdoy, January 26/1954^ Basketball By The Associated Press Iowa 65, Northwestern 52 Oklahoma • A&M 64, Houston Philander Smith 78, Arkansas AM/'N 63 Arkansas State 79, Cenlenray 71 Arkansas Tech 86, Regis College (Colo) 81 Arkansas A&M 82, Hendrix (Ark) 67 MontanaStat e 69, WesternState Seattle 79, Oklahoma City 64 Montana State 69, Western State (Colo) 62 . asking that association members be polled -on the basis that the penalty for. "unknowingly" playing an ineligible player was too severe. I «i it We invite you to visit our store while you are in Hope. We carry a-.complete line of EVERGREEN FEEDS, also that good CAMBRIC FLOUR. (We have the Feed for Every Need) These prices good Thursday, January 28 BINGO SCRATCH GRAIN 25 Ib. Sack ..' 1.00 EVERGREEN DOG FOOD 25 Lb. *> /I O 10 Lb. Sack Z..*1r7 Sack 1.00 EVERGREEN EGG PELLETS All mash, Print Sack TOO Lbs ""*> FLOCK STOCK EGG PELLETS Print sack TOO Lbs. 3.99 FORMULA 77 HOG RATION PELLETS 50 Lb. Sack BUDDY'S BEST SWEET FEED Print Sack 299 amt *r ^ KNOX LEATHER WORK GLOVES Special $1.00 pair BLACK EYE PEAS & BACON Extra Special i5 ° z Cans nn .UU BUSH'S GREAT NORTHERN BEANS Extra special BUSH'S PINTO BEANS 'Extra Special ,.. 7^1.00 BUSH'S HOMINY Extra Special ... No. 2 -J Cans I. Grocery and Feed EVERGREEN FEEDS 202 E. 2nd Street Phone 7-3701 WE DELIVER 4> WELCOME FARMERS Visit *us while you are in Hope this Week for fo-o-o-ofig wear \ You get better wear at work . . , trimmer looks in town in Dickies matching shirts and pants. Dickies Type 1 Army Cloth Pqnts , . . 3,95 Shirts to Match ,., 3,95 FREIDMAN SHEIBY WORK SHOES Lots of styles to select from. $3,95 to $8,95 'I JS**(1 j vii\ ^ •

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