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March 11, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

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NfiCW BrownUs L«arn About Hom«maklng ((iff (MR) STARf PfpfKI II OnWt ftitf Mfffiff Iwlti Blow Good Conigliaro Regaining Butting Eye By ED SCHUYLER JR. Associated Press Sports Writer It looks like Boston's Tony Coniglarlo is seeing just one baseball again — and seeing it well - and that should give American League pitchers some unpleasant visions about the upcoming baseball season. The slugging Red Sox outfielder was hit on the left temple by a pitch from Jack Hamilton of California last Aug. 18 and he did not return for the remainder of the season or the World Series because of double vision. But Conigliaro showed he is regaining his batting eye by cracking a single and double and hitting the ball hard in his only other at-bat as the Red Sox trounced Oakland 14-4 in an exhibition game Sunday at Winter Haven, Fla. The Red Sox, who banged put 20 hits, broke the game open in the first inning by scoring six runs off Bob Rodriquez. George Scott contributed two triples to the Boston attack. The new spitball rule continued to give pitcher trouble. This time two Chicago hurlers were ejected for touching their hands to their mouths in the Cubs' 3-1 loss to California. Starter Prank Reberger was ejected in the second inning, and reliever Dean Burn was given the thumb an inning later. Each was given one warning by umpire Emmett Ashford. There were three extra inning games Sunday. Two ended in ties, and both involved New York clubs. The New York Mets tied St. Louis 1-1 in 14 innings, and the New York Yankees and Baltimore battled to a 7-7 standoff in 13 Innings. St. Louis scored in the sixth inning when Phil Gagliano reached third when Don Wilkinson misjudged is fly to left field and camo home on Dick Simpson's single. The Mets tied it in the eighth on singles by Bud Harrelson, Ed Kranepool and Jerry Morales. Brooks Robinson drove in five Baltimore runs with two homers and a double. Mike Hegan knocked in two Yankee runs With a pair of singles and kept Baltimore from winning in the bottom of the 10th by making a diving stop at first base of aball hit by Dave Johnson. - In other exhibition action, Cincinnati beat the Chicago White — Photo by Barbara Flowers with Star camera In observance of Girl Scout Week, Brownie Troop No. 166 is learningHomemaking.DeloresMcBride, HempsteadCoun- ty Home Demonstration Agent is showing the girls the proper way to set a table. Troop leaders are Mrs. Donal Parker and Mrs. Dale Flowers. By HAL BOCK • Associated Press sports Writer Coach Sid Abel had nothlfif to worry about, Everybody knows lightning never strikes twice Us the same place* Abel's Detroit Red Wings had blown a 4*0 lead and lost a shat< terlng ?*§ National Hockey League game to Toronto Satur* day night, So naturally, when they pulled a repeat perform* ance and frittered away a to bulge against Boston Sunday, Abel still wasn't too shook up, Not much. The Wings steadied themselves behind relief goalie Rog* er Crozler and used thlrd^erlod goals by Jimmy Peters and Frank Mahovllch for a 7-5 victory to climax a nightmarish weekend for Abel* In other Sunday action, Bill Flett's last-minute goal gave Los Angeles a 4«3 victory over New York, Philadelphia blanked Minnesota 24, Chicago shut out Toronto 4-0 and St. Louis nipped Oakland 1*0. In Saturday's other games, New York tied Minnesota 1.1, Montreal shut out Chicago 5«0, Pittsburgh stopped Los Angeles 3-1 and St. Louts dropped Oakland 3-1. It took the Wings just 28 min rife* to nish into thi 5*0 lead agalfisl Boston with Alex Del* went* scofiftg i*lee featf Gof* die Howe, fete ^emkowski and Bftlfie Mae&fgg&f gttllftg ofit each, , But the Bfuins staged a fa* fldus filly that tied the score with five goals in line minuted of the second period* fed Green started the surge at 11:29 and in rapid succession John Me* Ken«ie, Tommy Williams, Ken Hodge and Glen Sather hit, gather's goal came with Boston short a mam Abel brought Crosier in tot the third period and the Wings held the Bruins off until Peters scored with six minutes left to play* Then Mahovllch sent the clincher Into a empty net In the closing seconds, Fiett's second goal of the night with just 20 seconds left to play ended a I6*game Ranger Sunday unbeaten streak, The rookie outfenced New York goalie Ed Glacomln for the puck ad hit the net as Glacomln struggled to recover. Jean Ratelle scored twice for New York, which played without high-scoring Rod Gilbert, Gilbert had an adverse reaction to medication taken for shoulder and stomach muscle injuries. Ken Wharram scored twice and tookle Jack Norris was unbeatable In goal as Chicago blanked Toronto. Norris made 27 saves including one on a penalty shot against Mike Walton, Scoring leader Stan Mtklta Hawkins tf*s for Monty By GE6R8E F. BARfSCH Associated Press Writer MORRlLfON, Ark. (AP) Conway County Sheriff Marlin Hawkifts. charged In a taxpay- «»«£&>,..» jfiA-M£i*J*^a -uA _* picked up three assists and holds a four-point edge on Ra« telle, Joe Watson and Forbes Kennedy scored the third-period goals that gave homeless Phila* detphia its victory over Mtone* sola, the game was played at Quebec City because of wind damage to the Flyers' home rink, the Philadelphia spectrum, Cesare Maniago, the North Stars' starting goalie, was Carried off the ice with a possible concussion after taking a first* period shot by Don Blackburn tn the face. Craig Cameron's 15-foot slap shot late in the first period and goalie Glenn Hall's fourth shutout of the season were all that St, Louis needed in whipping Oakland for the seventh time in eight outings. Hall has blanked the Seals three time:; in allowing just six goals. The veteran netmlnder made just 16 saves — only two In the final period. ers' suif tltn misappropriating severa! thousand ifelJaff to eotmty toftte between l$63<afta 1966, begaft aecbttnHfif fcfllhe (honey today as the tffal of the still resumed in Chancery CfuH here. * . Hawkins couM be held liable for payment o! those funds, for which he can show to proper disposition, and a judgrnefit against him would disqualify him for serving as sheriff. Mis attorneys, former LI. Gov» Nathan Gordon of Morrilton.and former Asst. Atty. Gon. Jack L. Lessenberry of Little Rock, indicated today that they expect*: ed the trial to continue through, Thursday. .Circuit -Judge Bobby Steel,of Nashville, who is sitting as,a: special chancellor, pfobably won't hand down a deelsloftjua- til mid-April, after attorneys.- have been given an opportunity to file briefs and answers^* During the first phase of the, trial here last December, attor*; neys Richard S. Arnold of Tex?: arkana irri Oscar FendlerjOf- BlythfiViile attempted to prove Hut more than $200,000 in cowi" ty funds were unaccounted, for.i between 1954 and 1966. --;.,•; they alleged that Hawkins; conspired to defraud the coun-j ty by altering county records: in a scheme that involved'the i misappropriation of bond mow, ey forfeited by motorists arrested for traffic violations. ,,;;;> BARRY'S SPECIALS PRICES GOOD MONDAY. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY PICNICS DECKER QUALITY Pork Chops DRY SALT Fat Back Lettuce Carrots "* Red Potatoes PAY DAY- TOP STAR Candy Cake Mix Shortening DEL MONTE^r-CREAM STYLED WHITE Sugar Peas Sox 3-1, Minnesota edged Detroit 5-4 In 10 Innings, Philadelphia outslugged Pittsburgh 7-6 and Cleveland nipped San Francisco 5-4, Los Angeles blanked Atlanta 4-0. The Houston-Washington game was called off. Don Pavletich was the key to Cincinnati's victory, pounding consecutive home runs. Leo Cardenas also homered for the Reds. Outfielder Pete Rose and catcher John Bench both left the Reds for two weeks active duty with an Army Reserve unit. Minnesota gained its victory when rookie first baseman Bill Hahn drilled a two-out single with the bases loaded in the 10th inning. Harmon Killebrew hit a solo homer for Minnesota, and Jim Northrup clouted one for Detroit. Tony Taylor singled homo Denny Doyle, who tripled in the ninth inning for Philadelphia's victory. Pittsburgh had tied it in the top of the inning when Jose Pagan smacked his second homer of the game. Cookie Rojas, Philadelphia's jack-of-all-positions ended his holdout by coming to terms. Cleveland got all of its five runs in the fourth inning off Mike McCormick and then held off San Francisco which scored three tims in the ninth. Los Angeles' new shortstop, Zoilo Versalles who camt- from Minnesota, drove in two runs and started -three double plays for the Dodgers. The Negro Community By Ester Hicks Phone PR7-4678 or 4474 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY Fortune is the rod of the weak, and the staff of the brave. - J. R. Lowell said it. OBITUARIES Funeral services for Mrs. Willie Ruth Reed will be held at the St, Paul Baptist Church Emmet, Ark,, Tuesday March 12th at 2 p.m. Burial in Snell Cemetery under the direction of Cornish Funeral Home of Prescott, Mrs, Helen Marie Kern, formerly of Hope, a long time resU dent of Los Angeles. Calif,, passed away in a Los Angeles Hospital Saturday March 9, She is survived by a daughter, Mrs, Irris Lucille Cox Mitchell, two grandchildren, LaJun- tia and James Mitchell, Jr., all of Los Angeles, a brother, John Henry Kern of Hope, Funeral services and burial wiU be held in Los Angeles, Arrangements will be announced by Harrison Ross Mortuary of Los Angeles, upon arrival of relatives, Messages may be sent to the family in care of Harrison Ross, Mortuary or to Mrs, Irris Mit« Shell, H47 West 64th Street, Los Angeles, ANDREW BRAD LEY Andrew Bradley died March 5 gt his home in Hot Springs, Surviving are hjs wile, Mrs. Callie Jefferson PradJey of Hot Springs; 3 brother, Flyord Bradley of Hope, a sister, Rosje Holmes of Oakland, Cajjif. Services were Mjtreh 9 1 at Hicks Funeral Chapel with burial at the Academy, near Washington. §5 Silt was freguently money in Ancient times, cording to the THE TRADING POST 305-315-325 East Third St

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