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•ft-.-**"- HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, February 19, 1954 : Ad* Must Be in Office Day Before Publication j«R«;^«sr ' J&* 6i#§ • i.W 4.60 LiO ' S.OO B.OO 1.50 2.60 150 i.SO 8.00 tf.OO 5.10 9M n i?^W 1-40 *.oqMa.o« 170 4.50 18.60 ».00 1,00 16.00 fblSPLAY ...^ 60o per Inch .*« 60C set, inch ^d ; ob'pve #0 for eort- •tlo'nt. irrfeflulof or skip* take the one-day rat*, tslfltd tft/vsrllsino topy id until -s p.m. for followlna day, • -<Jjorv6 th« Hoht M odvert|»em«nts of« ;tlon ond. to rojttct )le 'jddvirtUlnfl tub- of rhort Ittft'ni^ iucH o* ,hoUMi numb»tt count o» on* ,'WfS- 4 Star Will not b* frtpon- *or*^In Wont,.Adi unlett s colled, to bur> attention ^ fftMftton < of od .and LY th* ONE, mcwrtct <-rv For Rent 2- ROOM unfurnished" apartmen with private Bath. Close-In Phone 7'2203, l it&OM unfurnished apartment All bills paid. Phone ^-3644. 17-3 FROftT bedroom adjoinihg bath Men only. 1116 Sbuth Main. Phon 7-2874. 17-3 TWO room furnished apartment Private bath. AH convenience Perfer couple. 712 East Dlision 19-3 ONfi 5 room house. $25.00 pe month. Near brick yard. Phoni 7-2381, 19-0 For Sale ME 7-3431; ile|» it 899; Pro!* -1927 ed Jonlory 10, I92» -., , ./eekdoV ofterrtoon by , .^OtiUSHlNO dO. v < 4 if, .iolmar, P»e»ldont, , ' ••\\Vwhburn, ;Secy-Trt«., th» .Star Bulging . L*Il?»u»h Walnut .Stritt,' e, J'.ArkfliWM 'l*Jsf&. um, Edlror V'PulilUlior et ' Monaglng Editor oimcr, M«eh. Si.pt. , Advortjiljig Manager <i iecorid class mqttor at gffl«g ot - MW6, Arkansas *<'Audit Burodu. of U.flili.-. - j , t ' T PJ2A Gravel, washed, and roa< gravel. Soil and masonary sand available Phono 7-2559, Jesse Sinclair. . Feb. 11-lMo DAiRY Food. Hog feed, meal hulls rilixcd. C. S. 'Meal. Salt $1:15 per sack. DANNlfi HAMILTON 2Mmo 40 ACRE farm near Emnrtct, Ark ansns. Nice modern five room Housib, E. M. Broswell Prescott Phone G83-W. Feb. 1-lMo HAY, Johnson grass & Icspcdcza mixed. T. S. McDavitt. Phone 7-2116. 3-tf 80 ACRES and newly decorated house. One mile from town, $20, 000. Will sell house and 13 acres $14,000. Trade for pine ' timfcer land. Call 7-5535. Feb. 10-lMo MIXED Johnson grass. 45c Soy bean Hay 70c at barn. T. V. Mes", ser) Washington. Phone 49. 10-0 CHOICE country eggs. 50c per , dozen. Also good mixed grass hay. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 17-6 VAC Case Tractor, good condition with disc, breaking plow, case wa gdn, model 5 John Deer, Heavy ddty 1 mower. Also trailer, com* plete dairy equipment, milker, cooler, can rack, vat, etc. Phone 7-4913, • 17-3t P^RoV»«.:;(payabl« In od- ,1 ^/•^V» t'j'SvV' \ * * " V^' r\w^' ^•r In Hot*'ortd neighbor- , i *£- i \ 5 >'-;' t ri ' , tSt .»L.«,»..... M ..».«« .23 ^ l ?^4L ~ * £,^ ~ |g QQ , tl^iS'^fl'lit(fStt»lpd' / "" Nsvddd; , *Hpword, ;and, Milter> court* , **V^ }-' r lv *.^ *i ' ?,.{?. '...'....V ?. 825" ithi'. a,.,.,,.,.,....... ,*' 6.50, pr" i ,W.i<'<.C'.^X"''">''»'"', '3.0(0 -' |AOTertlplriflIi^»pfej»niotlves; P DflBfe-ftic.; 1 1602 Sterl'ck ""»<T«i1»y 505 Texpi s'2,,Texas; 360 N. ^.^...-.^.^ilcoQo-l, 111.; 60»6.'' t$.Mw,VprkjI7^N, Y,,' 1763, «jMlfc./Wah°pma 'aty'^' . i? F^-V^ ?li * ) Associated Press: res? Is entitled ex- o v ^«. r . ^S</br reppblieotlon [«'" local ,new* printed In thji wr^ps well o» all AP newt CHQlCE lespedeza hoy. Also alfalfa mi)ced Beritiuda-Johnson grass 1 mii'ed, "Priced ri'ght. Phone 72243, -' ' 17-Gt BARGAIN. 1952 Mercury family '„car,, 14,000 mile's. Will sell at wholesale. Norman R, Martin. ''"""• "South Pine. PHone' 7-3389. ' , * , ', IB-fit ,BABY > Chicks! AAAA GradeT"~Al kinds. Any,, amount, v. 10-81; '^iOLLY GROCERY'S MKT. 902"'We'st'3rd St. 'Phone 7-9003 gg.^^^r iLE treet Tailor Shop l I^WE.' ",&3* ~~.»r" r ~ "STjOM: oritgomcry care, per* ,7-2615 311-E PERN SHARES 7-M64 Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co.. 316 South Washington, Phono 7 r 2822. ' ' Feb. 1-lMo, AJ^IJ Payne Brothers. House 'Movers, insured contractors, Public Service Commission ; num- ber''-M-1425. 313 central' Avenue, Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-4431 in Stamps, Arkansas. Feb.2-lMo. Real Estate for Sale One, of Hope'? finest homes, Re- striked Area. Close to High Sohopl; 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths. Large play room. Utility rpom. Ldss th^n one year old. Wall to wall carpet, Two car garage. Priced fqr quick sale. Can be shown 'by } appointment, 9 ''ROOMS. 7 down stairs, 2 upstairs. Close to Julia Chester Hospital. Very convenient to nurses or High School Teachers. *A pice house priced to soil. DUPLEX apartments. One block of . Brookwood School. 75 x 150 lot, Pavement ,, paid out. $1,00.00 Equity $50.00 per month pay- jnents. 17-31 LIKBLONG: REALTY CO. For Safe qr Rent MODERN two bedroom house. FHA Joan, Tile floors, attic fan, Venetian blinds, np cash. Sam Hartsfield. ' i7-3t Income Taxes Political Announcements The Star is authorized to an- nolince that the following are candidates for public office sub; Ject td the action of tide Democratic primary elections; Fof Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS DWIGHT RIDGDILL . For County Clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and .Collector. • W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES .TJMMY COOK T. BROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG Business Opportunity INTERESTED in making S500.00 net per month with small capital investment. Cash Business — No Credit — Then call us for details on this going Wholesale Drug and Sundry business, no local competition. Can bo bought at actual cbst price of equipment and inventory. Present owner will assist buyer; to establish trade territory. FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY CO. 108 EAST SECOND STREET HOPE: ARKANSAS Repercussions From bavis Cup Play By WILL GRIMSLE.Y NEW YORK Ml— There were new repercussions today from the stormy American Davis Cup campaign in Australia, and they threat- ned to shake tennis relations of :he two countries. U. S. champion Tony Trabcrt said he has prepared a detailed •epprt on the Down Under venture, obviously dealing with the various •hubarbs and playing conditions, and is ready to present it to. the president of the U. S. Lawn Tqn- nls Association. ,; He added: "It won't be favorable. Art Larsen of San Leandro, Calif., the nationa's third-ranking 2al|f.',...wh played in Australia in 9SO and 1951, leveled a blast at he young cpntingent, saying: "I would never play there again. he crowds and the press are aw- ul and Harry Hopman (Aus- rallan Davis Cup captain) is , the vor,st of the lot. "I dott't know what Tony is gong to say. But I think, our offi- ials ought to do something about 1. ; Otherwise we ought to jUst let Stonecroff Seek fftffe GRAND JUNCTION, Tenn. (fl — Tresh from triumph Hall " Stone Croft Babe came up for a whack j at the glittering National, Blrddog Championship today. The Babe owned by Mrs. A. Acton Hall of Cincinnati, won the U. S. field trial association's all- age stake last week. She was braced with Alirror, a sleek point er owned by Dr. R. A. Scott of Carbondalc, 111. Another gallery favorite up for judging was Warhoop Jake, an aging but still powerful qua) hunter from the kennels of Dr. H. E. Longsdorf of Mount Holly, N. J. Ten Prize Birddogs have y<H to show. Only dogs that have won r najor championships are eligible 'or this "world series" on the field rial circuit. , ...,. Oaklawn Races at Hot Springs HOT SPRNGS W — The largest, and perhaps finest, contingent of lorses in Oaklawn Park's history is on hand for the 31-day racing neel opening here tomorrow. Racing Secretary .Kenneth Mc- [ntosh reported today that 1,135 thoroughbreds had registered. The track's stable area was'Porter o Gastelloni Fovored dver Hang 72-43 Defeat on Gurdon The Hop'e Bobcats had everything their way last night as they walloped Gurdon Go-Devils 72-43 in the Devils den. The Cats after getting off to a slow start in the opening minutes, finally started hitting and took a 15-8 lead at the end of the quarter. With Garnic Hatch tossing in 14 of his 21 points, the Bobcats increased their lead to 17 points at halflimc 32-18. Sonny Griffin tallied 12 points In the third period to give Hope thnir largest lead 54-28. The final quarter saw the Cats' reserves take over and kept a six- . . . able lead for the remainder of the! We overtime) game. Paul Huddleston with 8 po I - Maryland a.3; Gergetown (D. C.) By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK. (JF— Er'hte Durahdo pits his vaunted right-hand wallop {.gainst the boxing skill, of Rocky Caslellani tonight and the boxer is a 21 favorite to win. Castellan!, of Cleveland, No. 1 middleweight contender, is risking a possible title shot in this third and "rubber" meeting with the power puncher from Bayonne, N. J. They will Aragon Wins But Officials Suspended By MYERS LOS ANGELES l/fl— Controversial Art Aragon of Los Angeles held a decision over southpaw ChUck Davey today and two officials of the bout were Under suspension as have it out in a 10 j a result of the disputed decision. rounder in Madison. Square Garden! Touching off an immediate roar Which will be broadcast (ABC) and of disbelief and disapproaval from telecast (NEC) coast to coast start ing at 10 p. m., EST. Basketball By United Press EAST Niagara 72; N. Y. U. 54 Manhattan 87; St. Johns 79 (clou- ints led the'reserves in the final j quarter. j In the prelim game the Hope Bob-; kittens produced 16 points to 3 1'ov j Gurdon for a halftime lead and! then coasted to a 34-17 win the last half. Plope G Hatch g Griffin 7 50 lona 73, John Carroll GO Miildlebury (U; Conn. Wesleyan 00 Halbert Mitchell y. Stanley ' 2 Russell Huddleslon Hollis Bruce ...1 ,5 .,.1 ...i hem keep the blasted iot worth the price." cup. 'illed weeks ago and private barns outside of the grounds are taking care of the huge overflow. While there are no "big name" lorses at Oaklawn, the overall quality of the thoroughbreds is :-ated well above average ,by Me fntosh, who looks for keen competition in all divisions. Aomso of the seasoned handicap campaigners here arc C. H. Everett's Little Imp, Pollard and Harkness' Everb'right, R. R. Thomas' Joe Graves, Russell Fisher's Skin Junior, Ralph Lowe's Our Folly. D. C. Crablree's Gunner Lad, Marion Van Berg's Cajac, J. K. Houssell's Lefty James and A. L. Birth's Old Mason. ' Most Of these are expected to compete in the $3,000 Inaugural Handicap, feature of the opening day card. Everbright won the opening, event last year, with Joe Graves finishing second. Little Imp won two $5,000 handicaps here last year. Oaklawn has a large contingent of. three-year-olds from which tho field for the 13th running of the $10,000 Arkansas D'erby will come- on "March" 27. '.--:' ..:';$• Probably the best known of the sophomore group is Reid Armstrong's Timely Tip, winner of seven of .12 starts as a juvenile. Oaklawn General Manager Stan- Mangrum Totals ; 30 Gurdon G Coon .1 Bullard • .3 Culp Montgomery Hays ;.... Curry ...6 ... 1 .2 ....2 T 3 5 1 0' 0 0 .0. 0 0 2 0 12 T 1 2 4 1 4 1 TP 20 Trinity 94; Vermont 88 Baltimore 06; Western Maryland 7 Rider C8; FairleightDickinson 70 67 MIDWEST Moi'ninsside 76; Augustana 4j(S. D.) 60 .4 Marietta 80; Bethany 76 Capitol 81; Kenyon 63 Otterbeing 67; Ob'erlin 58 Wichiga 79; St. Louis 73 72 TP 3 Lawrence Tech 71; Detroit Tech 49 Winona St. Tchis. 54 'St. Marys (Minn.) 49 «|70 SOUTH Tenn. Tech 75; Evansville (Ky.) Totals .15 13 43 "Furman 93; Mercer 43 Georgia Tech 59; South Carolina 53 Kentucky 90; Tennessee 63 Morehea'd (Ky.) 80; Transvyl- vania . 77 . Virginia 99; V. M. I. 80 Bethel 81; Austin Peay 59 (1st round, volunteer state tourney)'' Union (Ky.) 04; Milligan 60 (1? round, volunteer state tourney) East Tenn State 81; Lincol Memorial 60 (1st round, voluritee state tourney) Atlantic Christian 69: Catawb 59 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' Eastern Carolina 95; High Poin Los Angeles—Art Aragon, 146,,!.College 68 Salem 96; Davis & Elkins 72 Chattanooga 89; Maryville 73 RandolphMac'on 78; Va. Medics In the County Tournament playpd in Guernsey last night, the Blevins quintet downed the Hope "B" Boys 82-37. In other games Spring Hill defeated Guernsey and Saratoga defeated Spring Hill Junior boys. Fights Last Night Los Angeles, outpointed Chuck Davey, 146'A East Lansing, -Mich 10. ••.;'.. Akron, Ohio — Vince Martinez, most of a turnaway crowd 10,400 styled fans, Los Golden Bov Angeles of self was awarded ley Weber predicts that attendance was 81,677,780. and pari-mutuel betting this year will 1 top the^ 1953 records, of 24,763 and; ,$13,498,975. He looks for an opening day crowd of more than $15,000. By. contrast, the mutuel handle at; Oaklawn in 1935, when horse racing was legalized in Arkansas, . 1903. by Elizabeth Seifert Distributed by King Fralurei Syndicate. Richmond Professional 81, \Vi son Tchrs. 69 • Middle Tenn. 'St.. 73; Davis .Lip comb 66 : "•'''" ' .;": Tennessee St. 77; Central 61 Lincoln 64; Kentucky ' St. 51 Georgetown (Ky.) 73; Berea 6 • Centenary 76; Louisiana Tech 7< SOUTHEAST East Texas St. Austin 51i ' 67 Stephen F oj,) JOIUOS aoop noX [jo] pmoAY sjoiaop Avon si J.UDP i ;,foin aa DJ IITBAV /tjraoj iCaifj op 3ng osoju yCjinoujip ^UB j\ ou i j i m B 3 sjq uo poiunoo Momi I,, 'dtj jrbij 5tq £i\o\\s COUOUI 03[[I fUUOS-IOCl oiuoo Vftr.ii PUB op 05 jo outos oq/CsjAj n3ai B JPJ ja/CAVBi u—MPU>I 'SD[JJOA\ [JB puy 'uonoojrB pun jaoj moo apj out i(BV 'spupr jro 'MO.i Jjau. jo pupi ,/diau. JPJ sjffB 'D u o j B 31 aopinoiis 05 Apoqou '/C[jaiis 'SI puv,, "BiCjv PIBS ,,'inSua.ns puofoq #3A\, KJJOM jo PI ,u{£,i; aa.nort }[uiin i,> •^puiBj PIBS PUS i,'9W [pi pinoA\ noit USJM 'pupt 5UBA\ IIO.X •lUB.BUI ' ,,iv"n TWO Accountants to help you. 1QJ. East Front Street. Farm Bureau Office. Phpne 7-3766. Feb. 9-lWo. Notice SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. Complete Sports. Other Jate news. KCMC-TV Programs. 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The National Collegiate Basketball Championships gained some ground on the NIT yesterday, nam ing two teams to the one selected by the invitation tournament. The NCAA actually has an advantage: 45 of its 24 berths go automically to conference representatives. The NIT reached the halfway point, naming Niagara immediately after the Purple Eagles put on a stylish display in whacking New York University 72-54 in Madison Square Garden. Earlier in the day the NCAA announced that Oklahoma City would play Bradley on the lalter's court March 9 in a firstround game. The winner will meet the Big Seven champion, which draws a bye, in the second round. Colorado and Kansas currently are tied for the Big Seven load. Yesterday's^ selections •• lea,ve' the NIT with two teams in the top 10 of he latest Associated Press 1 poll, two in the second 10 and two I unranked. heNCAA so far has j one top 10-3er, one in the second 110 and also two unranked. anon UB inoqB um| punoj •51331JO S.405SBIU SJU UO pOOJq 01^ IB paipu Sop amoog amir B PUB 'PB04 JJIUOOUl ^USIBJ^S Sift JO 3PJS oio ;B JIUTUT aa.il B ISUIBSB pauBoi iaa;s pajatitBua-aniq jo SSBUJ v ' 'paddois U31I1 'iCt?AB3H 9 J O Ul J3A3 pBJOq -BI rjaBoii pauopanq J3u ;Su'niBA\ aau dn BAB3 paq aill uo UBIUOA\ pro •aiupo ion pip joioop oin pire pus pauBM ^IIUJBJ am jnq ------ pauanq 31{J ipBOJ ^ItSjBaiS V SBM II ..•paB/SuaBq am m UP rmfii oio PABU u,i am JJP SPJ1W a a 4 V 6,15 84,aM'— PB04 q:j AVPM aw 9m ,,'30UP •pBP4 ?im "o.(Jn 'PFe? 9WIPO {1,1., am PBIJ iiiBap JQ 901PA in m uo M°Q? ^ Jl aq NCAA May Cite j Seton Hall j CHICAGO I:P—Seton Hall was re- i ported to be on a list of alleged 'violators of the National Collegiate I Athletic Association code today as the NCAA committee on infractions began reviewing cases of possible nonconformity. The identities and number of member schools under surveillance wpre kept confidential by the committee. The Chicago Daily News said it '(earned Seton Hall—a consistent basketball p'o.wer—was under investigation allegedly for holding basketball tryouts for high school players at Chicago and other cities, Seton Hall sources at South Orange, N. J., said the sphpol's vice-president and athletic council chairman, Rev. John Feeley, would be in Chicago to appear- before the committee. The committee wijl be in session through Sunday. a split decision' at the end of 10 rousing rounds at the Olympic Auditorium last night. The match was not televised. Chairman Tony Entenza and Commissioners Everett Sanders and Norman Houston of the California Athletic Commission went into a hurried conference within a matter of minutes. ' Soon after, Sanders hustled down to Davey's dressing room and an nounced .that the two officials who had voted for Aragon, Referee Mushy Callahan and Judge Joe Stone, had been suspended. "This, is the worst decision I have seen in many years of attending fights," Sanders told Davey, newsmen and a room crammed with hanger-on. Callahan, a former fighter and a veteran referee, scored the fight 56 points to 54 for Aragon. Stone scored it 55!-2-54.'/ a for Aragon ', under the California 11-point -pel- round system. Charlie Hanclolph . the other judge, called it for Davey 5852. The Associated Press had it 50-54 for Davey, with tho Michigan State College graduate winning six rounds, losing three and one even. Nevada Tourney Results Junior Boys Prescott 31, Cale ,19. Laneburg 28, Bodcaw 24 Senior Boys Bodcaw 66, Prescott 59. Tonight: Laneburg, Emmet Junior senior teams at 7 o'clock. and Thousands of gay whales migrate every autumn from the Arctic down the westernu coast of America to the bays of lower California and return about the middle of March. for a hearing it probably is Aragon was a 2-1 betting favorite. Sanders called Feb. 24. He said impossible to reverse the decision, but he declared: "We are going to cut out these bum decisions and the split dcci sions. We will not tolerate such alack of uniformity." The 27-year-old Davey, sitting' on the rubbing table, grinned half heartedly and said: "I was the most surprised guy Inthe hours unless it was Aragon." In the second round the 26 year old Aragon landed, by the count, seven right hand punches to Davey's jaw and head. In the f/fth he connected with three solid wallops to the head, and in ,the ftf seventh he shifted to the rhid- * section and landed two healthy smacks. i The dancing, retreating, jabbing Davey took them all, and kept a constant stream of rights stabbing away at Aragon'sr chin and dam aged left eye. There were no knockdowns, and neither fighter 'appeared seriously hurt at any stage. But the ' action was constant and kept he crowd in an uproar. :' FAfR PARK COLISEUM WEDNESDAY-FEB.24I PP ! 60c KIDS (Tax Included) ADULTS $1.20 THE HOPE LIONS CLUB PROUDLY PRESENTS IW" STUPE NDOIUSLY PR ES EN T [N G ^TH E Wp R tD' S FA (VIP US;; B ICi G EST AN D GR E AT E $t FEAT U RE S af's MaHory Magic That riding-oh-.air feeling $10 THE MAGIC by MALLORY Black Magie? No, it's Mallory Magic • ,.. the $pe<:iq| skill that brings cloud*$pft lightness and finest erciftsmanship together in one $10 hat, N/Ve call this hot, of course, the. '"Magic," .Ypu'H ogree, when you see how it combines luxury features fpuna 1 only in rnore expensive lipts. Mallpry Hots ,., 7 JO to 15,00 J ,

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