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Kit (I sun,- ;i Spahii, Ford r to Hurl First -, ' Game of Series By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writs/ r" ', . MILWAUKKK '4Pi {toe's W .in-fit S|i.-ihn nnd " Ynrk's tt'h'tpy Ford. tho ; ipnii- who pitched last Oc Opener. will face <>nrh other in the first K.irne of thp 1!I58 World Si' , .rips Wodnpsdny Thp splpotinn of UIP stnr southpaws to opr-n tho post smson pn>- tcpdinJ!P was lakpn fnr grnntrd bveh bpforp tho official annuunrv- tnonts, srhpduJpd to lip nifHlf sohip tirnp today Spahl), 22-11 din-ins thr rpgnlnr - SCnson. \vnrnipd up for his inipor- tnnt assignment with a six-inning ( chore niiiilnsl Cinc-innnli Saturd.n- during which IIP permitted onlv ohp run. Ford i!4-7> nlsn luniod 111 an impressive prrfnnnanrp for ,\ his lend-off i-olp with a (ino-hil. six-inning porfcrmancc ngnlnst Baltimore Friday Although neither of IMP mnna- ^ gci'p would admit it. onc-h hns hid „. rotation for llio firsl three games nil sc'l. Low FUirdcMlP (20-H» ' Ihrco-timp eonqiu'or of tho Van,- kops In last year's Milwaukee tri- ' vimph, .Is n lend pipe cinch to hurl the second game foi the Bravo* opposing lihn on Thursday, in Milwaukee's County Stadium, will b» ,Bob Tin-ley C21-7*. the Yankee/ « strong-armed right-harrier ' .Third game opponents figure to ,„ be Bob Rush (10-(ii for ihp Bravo* arid Don Lai-sen (n-Gl. the on- ;ty perfect game pitcher in World Scries hiskivp. for tlie Yankees Rush, who hurler' three strong 'in- .Mings in tho season's final? ngninsl Cincinnati Sunday, is this corner's choice to receive tho nod over can, -,'didntes. narleto-i Willev. Jiinii Pi zniTo, Bob Buhl and Erniw Johnson. No matter who pilches, nnd - :Whon, the scries fi euros lo co at . least six finmns Neither of thp- "' ,4, clubs line a decided advnnl.iKc ,* • over the oilier. The hitliim and jlpldiiu' is nboul evon tlie Br:i"'\>» have tho edge in pitching an dtlie , ' T Yankees nro superior in speed and " L on the benci. /, Tho Braves, hminr prnvcd to ^'themselves they could bent (lie , ;''> Yankees, are conridenl tliev pan . ,,do it, again Tlie Yankees, on the other hand, point to the fact tlvii ' both Mickey Mantle nnd Bill w ,,Skp\\'ran, who missed part of the '• .action last vein- because of Ininr. * 'jpq.-*n"e hale, hearty and healthy ' this time. , /Plin -Rv.-ives will ent<M- Hie serVi? «£,tuilh WPS Covinc<on (heir hit? l,»n. *i1ianded power liitter. nursine two * '!•>•"•! ( lees. l T is subniii- phvipnl eon- ^diii<""i eoiiirt nrovr fatal, fin* Hnnnii Manneer .Tlmmv Dvkes % '*for one — JT-I-I n r-'iHnnnl T encnnr /'io' ibnot— Ihinks CovuiRton's poor , ., ;inrJprnjnninrr<i may rosl the wns tho Series Tlie Rvnvos fire in Ixntthln " hn KOMIfAl, ROM, AftKANIAI twrfrf^tf" iw. .iMiiafcjjiiwuiMJH-m... «*»•«. «*»*«• -rrninr-inn- •----— -- _. _ ^j-i_ ^ , _^,. .__ . YOU AGAIN? Hope Star Classified Ads APS MUST n IN OFFICE DAY BIFQRC PUILICATI5N sssssSsssaoMHBSBSSESsssss^KBsssaas Wanted to Buy __*?..* i>. j^^t MI^_ ™. _ _ • 7*34>1 W, Ab TAKER The schedule of feoiiuiap Periods, as printed below, has beefl tflketi from John Aldeh Knight's Soiufiat Tables. Plan yolif days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during these times, if you Wish to find the best sport that each day h&s to offer. The Major Periods ate shown ih boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hauri and a half or Uvo hours there after. The Minor Periods, shown'lrt regular type, are of somewhai shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Monday 6:20 12.05 0:40 12!25 Tuesday 7:05 12145 7:25 ~1!10 Wednes. 7:50 1:30 8:10 1:55 Thursday 8:35 2:15 8:55 2:40 Friday 9:20 3:00 9:40 3!25 Saturday 10:05 3:45 10:25 4:10 Sunday 10:56 4:35 11:15 5:00 inch fotigh gfee-ri dak lltfflbef ~ fegii at- leHgths &hd ti^ sldlh», m fences SHd specifidations, write OUftfiON LU-Mfi&R COMl PAiVV, StefiNS, ARK. IWflte 2 ftooM furnished aparTweHt with private bath, frofll and back eh trances, eloctfie refrigerator, 32 fionner St.. phone 7-3553. I94f Business Opportunities The Negro Community Esther Hicks Phone 7-4678 op 7-4474 Thought for the day Trust him little who praises all; less who censures all; and least who is indifferent to all — Lava tor. MAN OR LADY ..„„„„„ To service established route of Self-Service Merchandise Units. Excellent income to the person Who qualifies. 'Must ,be free to work D hbltt-s Weekly and have a car, references ahd some Working capital, Which is secured. Submit work history and phone number for interview. Write National Sales & Mfg. Co., Inc.. Box 11647, Dallas 18, Texas, 29'flp 4 ROOM furnished garage apart* menl. Adults only, §20 W, nlh. Call ?-3854. 24-6te For Sole or, Trodi Reol Esfofc for Sole 1955 Pofit) in excellent Condition, Only 39,000 New tli-es. radto ahd heater, two tone. $995,00 Need pickup, Roy Cagle, 1413 Elm St. At 1113 South Walnut Street, attractive two bedroom home with glassed in porch.for third bedroom. Vacant now. Veteran can buy lor only $200 cash and balance like rent. FHA loan. $750 cash. Move in now and rent until the loan goes through. Total price including complete ropapering and painting interior, refinishing floors. $6,150. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 217 South M'ain Hope; Arkansas Phone PRospect 7-4C91 2G-3tc OUR home at 919 South Elm Street Open for Inspection from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day, Wall to wall carpets, metal cabinets and dotu ble sinks in kitchen. Equipped for additional.income If desired, Call 7-2261 or 7*226? for details, 26-6tp For Sale FREE CATALOG. Contains hundreds of businesses, farms and Income properties throughout U.S. Canada. Specify type and location desired. Deal direct with owners U. I. 'Buyers Digest, 1608 Hillhurt, ALUMINUM screens, doors, storm windows, weather > stripping, insulation, .roofing, awnings, gut; teringi ornamental railing. Free estimates, Andy Andrews, Phone 7-5867. 9-tf WANT AD RATIS All Want Adi ore pdyabls !• advance but ods will b* oecg&t* &GF fhd tetefrhon^ and dcc6fto<& floR accounts allowed with the uii ^standing the occouhf Is '•"""! Statement is rendered. . Of WordS T«t620 2]}6|S 2*Jf30 3I»63S Doy .45 .68 ,75 90 1.05 1.20 .35 1.50 Days .90 1.20 1.50 f.80 2.10 2.40 2.?0 3.00 Six boys t.50 5.00 2.SO 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 46 to 50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ?5c pef li 4.5* 6.0 7,* 9.0- f» to.* *' 12,0 13.5- HOUSE TO BE MOVED For sale by bid. 422 West .Third Street, Hope, Ark. Raymond Byers Phone 7-2956. 13-1-m-p MY home at Ozan, Ark. 5 rooms, front and back porch. John ,W, Webb, Ozan, Ark. 15-1-rh-p ONE good used baby bed. Phone t,P n id liofoi'o his tnnm clnshnd with 1 ihr> Bl""""! in thn sonooi-i'i? final up to vi'h I In "Thf.vVo P0 ( inni vinM , ,Timm v "T off rjnl'l i« onr nf (h ; rfi\'<itr>tim rfW •. nnnJ ,.-,! nut ihprn UK! limp, Nn»- Y-"->''nn Stadium i n )l 1n | bum IOE;S It'll Brnvps, "T'rp wnrri"f1 nhoiii fTnhnnv Lotrnnl T( fhi'- ih? - wo s hnvi'-ur t\ fnrri'iln vn'ir TTo _ rfirl n <ni-r(ftc iVi-i in fhr> sorios last ',VP,nf. f|Yi nlnvor) ovpnf elini'ls|r>n 'ic ^"f»ll OS 'inir n' If'fl firtlrl far f\iv- 'jn"ton ' Hn tool' p'iro nf -ill inn vyrsi") flips in <?li/>rt l<*n pllowin" I'pn 1-inok nvon fuHhpr (bis lime. ;~?ind he's having his own troublps." Trjg ASSOCIATED PRESS • AMERICAN LEAGUE Final Standings •" „ W L, PH. G.B York , , 02 62 .597 R 82 72 .532 10 79 75 ,513 13 77 76 ,f)Q3 J4 77 77 .500 13 74 79 ,484 nu, 73 81 .474 1Q C) 93 ,300 31 Sooners Army and Ohio State Are Victorious By ED CORRIGAN ',".' Associated .Press Sports Writer This could be the year college football abandons Hie traditional running ,game and begins a new ra of wide-open offense. Already two of tho nation's lop coaches—Bud Wilkinson of Okla- loma and Red Blaik of Army-— invc started the swing Both wore successful in their openers, so other coaches are certain to follow the pattern, Tt was a case of tightly packed defenses snagging T-formation at- tnclts. Sumethinq hod lo be done The ono absolute essential <o this idea is a good passer, lie is the one who must keep (ho opposition off guard. Ho must force Uio defense to spron-d, not knowing whether there will bo a pass or run, Oklahoma, which overwhelmed West Virginia, 47-14, last Saturday, showed split ends, flankers, wide laterals and long forward passes. The entire show was fab. uslously successful, for West Virginia is no one's pushover, Calendar of Events The members of Church Hii ciation Service for tho pastor an elation Service Co rthe pastor anc wife, Rev. and Mrs. ,T. W. Hutchin son, Oct. 2-5. The public is invited Mrs. P. Bowles, mistress of cere monies; Mrs. Eula M. Smith, re porter. Dept, 41, Los Angeles 27, Calif. 29- Up Room and Board Lowly Porkers Regrouped for Tough Froggies FAYETTEV1L1.E, Ark, CAP) — The University O f Arkansas- Ra/- Mrbacks ipeling hut not bowed after two consecutive' defeats, turn their sights this wec-k toward Texas Christian. Coach Frank ;Bro,vl<?s, after watching films yesterday of the 27-14 loss to Tulsa Saturday siid- »<mti uiiiiuutij, ?,i)iii. .. ,»,,.,o ,,, U iu until series ai wasn- 'We've just got to no tn wor'sJ insle-n. beating out teammate Pete om \w n >,, n .,.,. 4~ _..:, ..... , ... .Runnels who had only five hils in Runnels Just Couldn't Keep Up With Ted By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer Tho American League "race" thai really ended in May grounrj iork Yankees winning by 10 10 a close Sunday with the New Raines and 40-year-ok! 'Ted Wil hams of tho Boston Red Sox clinching his sixth batting championship. ^ %, Williams smashed seven lifts in 11 trips in tho final series at Wash- again. We've got to grit our teeth and go to work," For the Tuisa game, Broylos junked tho single wing asnecls of his new wina'ed T formnUon and used a mixture nf (he split T airl Plot T, lellinp, his mc'n to fico straight out ahead Thai won't bo thn cnsr. against TCU, he indicated yesimlay. IS at-bats. Williams homo run bleachers. He had doubled earlier in Boston's G-4 victory over Wash- clinched it with a into the center field 'We've got to stay simple," h? said. The Porkers urobnbly will stav with a basic T for ,a while, uo- ina back (o (he winged V they worked on all, soring «nd fall. "Wo can't write in now nlavs." City f\' ,^. .j,.. Saturdays Results $?,fl9.i{OB' 9, M'jnshington § f^Jl..-,, 5( Q levej£ln< j j City 2. Chicago } at Ne\y YorH, pp4 7-q, Bajtlmor? 0-3 ,0. Detroit a / Washington 4 'cjty 4 G.R .59J .545 90 74 ,519 }9 76 7? 494 10 3 4Q9 §0 468 Tt also raised tho posibilily that this could bo one of Wilkinson's greatest machines, His club pjuvs Oregon of the Pacific Coast Com fpronoo this Saturday nnd more of iho samo strategy can be expont- ed. Army overwhelmed. South Caro* Una, 45-8, usina change of direction plpys. optional passes on nl« most e\'ory wide nui ;tpd a lonely end who is so far out he doesn't even got into the huddles, Wke West Virginia, South Carolina was rated a pretty good'tnnm. H was gooct enough to thrash tpvike in its ppener, but wns opmpletply surprised by the Arinv shenani- cans, The Cadets play Penn Stale this week, The NiUany Mons, \vho bent Ppnn 43-0, know \yhat to ox,- ppct so, it $]}av,}$ be interfislin^, Ohio State. NO. J in last week's Assopja.^ press p,glj, appa,ren,Hy is sticking to its grinding £>'au.ntl game, .ffo Bv}cko.ves just did get Brovle« declared '•That's foolish- nofis. \V<i liavo more "lays now thtin we can hnndle, Wn 'iced i' 1 pprfocj a few fundfimentnl ones." The Ai'cniisas mentor eoncedt'd 'hat tho Hugs, while not nossos<s- ing a real passing attack, may vind up as an aerial outfit this season Football just did, ?pB3i , , fist Southern 0<ma, fl\o p , uast Southern ' Meth^jst, g3»?0, and stHved rjehf on Uie g,rounc) |or tl>p yipjor-y. Qhjo §tatp entertains Auburn, By THE PAST Qcttysbvig G, pucknell 0 SOUTH ' Mississinoi 27, KcnlupHv 6 yander-uUt 21, Georgia 14 L S 17 13, Alabama 3 Wake Forrest 13, Virginia E, 'I'ennesspe 8 \\' fteijtjaek ?0, E. KentuckY 7 State 13, Tenn, s^ ' (is'ew Orleans) ?7,' Kcgec ?6 • - , " , Colorado State U, £J, Prakc 0 . jq, pinR|nn,ati iq ,18, The final figues showed Williams ,328 and Runnels .322, Boston's eighth triumph in ils last nine g'ames sewed up third pJiuv while Cleveland tool? fourth b.v_ whipping Detroit 6-2 Chicago., using young pitchers after a second-place finish, ground up an Jl-4 score over Kansas City, Don Larson and Tom Sturdivant tuned pp fpr World Series duty ns the Yankees svyapl two from Baltimore 7-0 and G-3, ! Mickey Mantle won the home, run opown \vit|i 42 although he had to bo satisfied with three singles on tho final day, Cleveland's Rocky Colavito hit his 41st to come within one of a tie, In the National tongue, Riphie Ashburn won the batting title from Willie Mays, ,350 to ,3^7. Ashbum had throe singles in four irips us Philadelphia shaded PIUs, burgh 6-4 in 10 innings. iRfays had his 2Qth homer in a 3-for.5 4gy while his San Franpisco Qiants whipped St. I^ouis T.-2, Offldnnati beat Milwaukee's Natipnal league phamps 470. Lav«en almost- pertajnjy wpn himself a starting job in the «e, I'ips «55 ins l ^^V^HH^,^,,! 1 ' 5 f. il1p pitcjuiv , - , • -(>--"• ^i^r^'V i"*3 V'*^^ CJIiti hit m live sporeless jnnjng?, - 1 " 51 - uig' out- fouv.-.Rynp'-Pi Jghnny Kupfe? fiiysj^ecj' with a twq-liit ' '" . ..-,-,.,„ ijke, tiapen 5, jore. armed dvsappointmpnt in t ond hall of tjio ?easo;v allQwerf l)its and, two run? Jin -'- ' ' Miss Willie Dean Reed Teen Age Program Director Miss Willie Dean Reed, a summer graduate of Philander Smith College, has been appointed Teen- Age Program Director of the Blue Triangle Branch YWCA in Houston as disclosed by President M. LaFayette Harris today. , :i As an.'-undergr.acluato, Miss Reed a native .of Mariano, was 'active in the Student Christian Assoeia tion and served as chairman of the Committee on Worship during the 1957-'58 school year. She also participated in the Writers' Club and the Dramatic Club, and was a member of the National Education Assn. Miss Reed, who majored .in English, was graduated with distinc- .tion in the field and ranked second in her class on the basic snores made on the senior comprehensive examinations. job against Baltimore in ganio. The petfept of the 1950 Series Fatne r of Local Woman Dies W. B. Mitchell, father of Mrs, Estell Mitchell Spearman, Home Economics Instructor at Verger High School, died suddenly a,t his home in 'Menefee, Ark. Thursday morning, Sept, 25. Funeral services were to be hejd Monday in ''Menefee, Mr. Spearman and his mother, Mrs. Edna Spearman also attended the funeral services. League Leaders Final Major Le.agu'e Lead e rs py THE ASSOCIATEP PRgSS AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting ibasod on 400 or more «t bats) — Williams Boston, ,32H{ 5ls, Boston, .322; Kucnil, PC,3)9. .. Runs — Mantle, New York, 127; Runnels, Bostun, 103; Power, Cleveland, 98, Runs batted in — Jensen, B,os. (on, 122; Coiayito. Cleveland, 111! Sieyers, Washington, 1Q8. ' -Hits — Fox, Chicago, 187; Mill- gone Boston, 185; Power, pjevo- Jancl, 18-t Doubles — Kuen, Detroit, 38 powev. Cleveland, 37; KaUrie, 'Pp tj'QJt, - 34. Triples — Power, Cleveland,, 10; Aoaricio. Chicago, Tuttle, KfUl§ ,„.. „-,- kemorj, Washington, 9. Hjpine runs —Mantle, New 4<j; Qojavjto, Cleveland, $1; yers, Washington, 39, ^jQlenjbasoa ,- ^paricio, ROOM AND BOARD , FOR room and board, cooking at its' best, with clean comfortable rooms with innerspring mattresses, attic ventilation. Snyker Hotel. , 23-1 Mo. Notice WE Buy • W* Sell - W« Rnt REAL ESTATE It. D. FRA14KLIN COMPAIfT A. P. Deloney. Manager Howard Collier, Salesman r-tf 7-3790 26-3tc GIRLS shoe skates. Size 9. Boys Navy Flannel suit. Size 18. Telephone 7-4398 29-3tc 1950 STUDEBAKIE'R pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7-40M. 29-If soc pef inch ftotss BUdted above ore tot tor JMscutlvd Insertions. Irteaulaf of skip date ads will take the one-day fdte, Al dally classified odyerti.'irto COD/ Will be ficeooterf until 5 p. m. foi publication the following day. THt- publUhi»fi reserve the riqht .K> . revise of edit, all odvertUpments of fered for publication arv-l to reiec' onv nbloctionohle advertising submitted. Initials of >,!'<> ur more letters Ofpups of.' figures such as house 01 Telephone numbers count as ono word. ;he Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unles' errors are colM to our attention ?" e L F .'? sr '^filon if nd on-t thon for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE; PROSPECT 7-343 ' Hope Star Star nf HoDe 1I9«> Press 1*27 Comolldofed January 19, 1929 1947 BUICK, black '4; door sedan. Loss than 50,000 miles. Phone 7-5505 clays, 7-5562 nights. 29-3tc WOOL tweed sport coat. Small 'man's size. Worn one season. Also boys suit. Size 12. David 'Porterfield. Phone 7-3633. 29-3tc Services Offered MOVING? Long Distance Call Collect 993. Free Estimates, Lows* Rates. ' ,; , •, " ' Have Vans - Will Travel • PRESCOTT TRANSFEJI C, STORAGE CO. PRESCOTT. ARKANSAS 18-tf SUBSCRIBE to Texarkana Gazette, Complete sport and news coverage, 35c week, T, V. programs. Early delivery, Phone Ray Duke 7-2743, 17-lMo. BARHAM Brothers House Movers, Insured and free estimate Write Barham Brothers Cale Arkansas, 21-1 Mo LET us , renovate your, old mattress. We specialize In pressurized innerspring. COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4th, Phone 7 Published every weekday afternoon bv STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Secy-Tre*. at The Star Buildlnq 212-14 South Walnur Street Hope, Arkansof Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publish.* Paul H. Jonni. Mnnnntng Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. ,Geor<TC,W, Hotmer, Mech. Supt. Entered o« second class matter at the Post Office of Hope, Arkansas under thp A-t of Mnrch 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations , . RALPH kontgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat for your deep freeze. Sec us'be- fore buying. 17-ti SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO, Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd, L. E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695, 5-14-tit PASTURE clipping, see Mike Sny- ker, at Snyker Hotel, Phone 73721, . - 23-1 Mo, Instruction BEGINNING lessons in Oil Painting will begin Oct. 3, Interested persons may "contact Freddie Jones, 514 East Third St, or call 7-2732, 23-fite AIRLINES HAVE GOODJOBS HOSTESS, STATION AGENT, TICKET AGENT, ' RESERVATIONS, COMMUNITATJONS, FLIGHT .CONTROL, and RECORDS . Interesting, varied and wej}*pa{4 jobsr-w)th-S'fut\ire }n -one -of the world's most exciting industries if you aye a high sohopl ^racUiate ,17 to ?p, with a pJeasi'ng' The Providential Insurance Company of Little Rock, Ark,, issued a NON-Caneellnfole hospital policy, which is guaranteed renewable for life. Policy is for 365 days, (food at any Hospital or Doctor — You do NOT pay the first $35,00 of any claim — pays for calls at Doctor'^ office, Pays for Accidents or Surgery at Doctor's office or Hospital — Ages; Birth to 100 years, Hospital costs have increased, If your policy is not sufficient cr rates have been increased, call or, write CECIL WEAVER Phone' 7-3143 2)4 Spruce St. — Ifope, Ark, 16-12tc Subscription Rales (payable In advance): By carrier In Hone and neighboring , towns — Per week $ .30 Per year .-15:60 By mall in Hempsteud, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, and Miller counties — One month J .85 Three months 1.85 Six months 3,50 One year 6,50 All other mall — •One month 1,30 'Three months 3,90 SI*,' monthi „ 7,80 One year , 15,60 C Nat'I Advertising Representative!' Arkansas Doilins. Inc.; 1602 Sterlck B/dg., Memphis* 2, Tenn.r 505 Texai Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1. Ill,; 60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y. ; 1763 Penobscot Bldg,, Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg,, Oklahoma City 2, Okie. Member of The Atsocolted Preiti The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcation of,all the local news printed in thi» newspaper, as well as all *»P newi dispatches IMPRISONED AUTHOR Miguel de Cervantes, Spanish author, was captured by pirates in 1575, After five years as a prisoner, „ he finally was ransomed through-the efforts of friends, FOR a complete line of pumps, water wells or, work overs, Call O, T. Clark, '711 E, 6tll, Phone 7-4364. 26Tl-mo Help Wonted WAITRESS or 'trainee,' Apply fa person, Oaks Cafe and Gift Shop, 7 f T yr' iifSTi r* r*T!r*-f"?o r~t ^***f t*T» jty, investigate no\y to see if you gp, djs,, , R}yera J( Chigago,' gO; ainl M,antje, IJov/ . 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