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Pagi Paul t , OaMsr 16, 19SJ - *- ~-«.fe" - "-' Yankees Back on Throne of Baseball **"• 6y CHUCK CAPALfaO t*-Ass661aUd Press Spot-Is Writer Football (AfM - The Van ' »kees were expected to live il n.t ffiftcr they won the Wnrld Rctioi itSlpy did. •_' The Braves were expected f» w ^le hard after they lo'-t Tliry ftlldh't, r_ .These were the rxpor(rd and "linexpDcted dtcrsing room scenes ,'hard on the heoln of New York 1 ' f rqtriarknble trmmplj Thuisday. I», The Yankees, who firnbhed the ••\vorld championship right from Binder the muttled bats of the ftir'avcs with a 0-2 victory, orriin v-ar;ilyj don't show emotions Tin* , lime, they did For them, thcv Were nolfsy, almost boistcrnu 1 ) ^ Tho Braves, depmed of base- 1 fall's* biggesl pri?e after si-em- ;jh'Bly hnviiiR an unshakeable KIMD »-on their second straight chnm- plbnslilp, \Verc not glum Anrf. flhey certainly weren't angry — at ! themselves. ^ The Braves' apparent willini; illQSS to accept their fate uas with s oilt comparison in recent yeari. I'jThey acted as though a gieat ^Weight had beon lifted off Iheii- |bt)cks. I'!, "They acted ns though they ev ?)3ccted to lose." one elubhoupc ^.Visitor remarked. Another insisted sJ'Thoy, died like true champs, with |no .excuses." jjjs- Only one other team ever lost |'a «seven-game series after t.ikine |"n 3-1 lead. That was the Senators gin 1925. They blew the chnmuion- Js'hip; to' the Pirates. £ Manager Casey Stengel, who en- |ginecrcd the Yankees' great cornt;- a.b'nck, couldn't resist a jibp ;.J EM'ilwaukee's Lew Burdetto, his I'orio-tlme tormentor. Burdetto beat |ihlg Bombers three times !;>st gy^nr, but fell before them twice itliis time while winning only once ;*;.''f'Now 'we look like we could "play,in 'the National Leacue." sai.-l :n ^grinning Stengel. "This was a 'gr,cat scries victory because wo "started so poorly. Then we come- er. Now we look like real York Yankees." showed them thai we're and we can play in their 'loa'gxie- — and win," he added in topical Stengelese "Outside poo- Upljg'madc some remark but now I fisajj'T'd like to be in the National Kjjeaguo " ^"'Stengel referred, of course, to SB*iJi"rdotto's crack after winning the Ifsqcpnd series game "I'd like IP IseV'tho Yankees in the Nmional f;L'(;^guc," said Lew "Thcy'ie no jToiigher than two or throe teams ifin/'pur league." 3; Slengels opposite number. Fred I-iar»ey, refused to grasp at prof- ; fered alibis. aning, lot's talk fpbout .how good their pitchers wore," hq sold at one point. "Lot's talk about our batting slump, talk about their pitching,' he at another. Schoendienst offered an ox- for his toammatos np- indifference Amid the wjso cracks, shower room pranks nn'd genera] levity that markpd fthe Braves' clubhouse, lie said; '.I' think I can speak for them, figure they did their best so cry about it. Il knosv I did Friday nialit's games Pine Bluff at El Dorado Foil Smith at* Little tlnek Central ' Hot Springs at TcXarkniia Rptm«dnle at Fayetlcville Subiarn at Harrlstiii Hogi-rs fit IfunlsviMe Vnn H'lrrMi at Oarksville Moiinnnn iit Forrest City Itflena at BrinklP.V Ni-wbern. 'I'enn., at Blytheville West Memphis o( •Tonesboro Newport at Patagould stnitijnrt .'it Wynhe Mabelvnlo at BeHton Cfinwny al l.itllo ttock Calllollc He VVit »l JccksonVillr' Cninden at MalVorrj Monillon nt fiussellville Arkndrlphia n( Ciimden Fairview Hope at Onssptl Mrnn nt Magnolia Spi iimfield. Mo. Pnrkvlcw al Benyville Moiintiiin Home at Siloam Springs Oravclto nl Moiinlainbilrg Noel. Mo. at Prnric Grove Lincoln at West Fork Greenland al Decalur Gentry al Pincville, Mo, Batfsville at Bald Knob Hrirding at Beebe McC'rnry :it Soarcy Walnut 'nidse a I Plj Heber Springs al Clinton Corning »l Marked Tree Lepanto nl Harrisburg Osccola al Pocahontas Burdetto at .loiner Shawneo VVilson al Knrlc Marion at Keiser Jonosboro B at Luxora Alma nl Paris Boonovillc al Mansfield Greenwood at Dardanelle Ox.ark al Danville Charleston at Ft. Smith St Annos Atkins at Hartford Bauxite at Warren Bryant al Hot Springs Lakeside England at Cabot Heber Springs a I Clinton Lonokf at Carlisle •Sheridan al Magnet Cove Fullt'r at Bismarck De Vails Bluff at DCS Arc Barton at Gillot Clarendon at Ha/en Cotton Plant at' Marvcll Elaine nt Holly Grove Parkin at Hughes Hugp, Okla. ai ; De Queen Present! at Gurdon Nashville nt Idabel, Okla., Murfreesboro at Dierks , Foreman at Horatio Lewisville at Strong Bearden at Junction City Stamps at Norphlct Dermoll al Lake Village Dumas at Fordyce< Hamburg at Eudoro MontoqellQ "nt' McGehoo Wiitsoil Chap.pl nt Star City Dison nt White Hall HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Liltle Rock Hall 2G, North Little Rock '0 Sylviill Hi.lls 20, Dollarway 8 Crciwfords'villo 41, Wilson B 6 Coach Sour About Porks' Practice FAYETTEJVILLE, Ark, (AP1— Tho University of Arkansas Ra- •/.prba'cks prnclice yesterday drew a' SOUK cQiruncnt from Coach Frank Broyles "Thai's Ihe worst practice we've had in thrqp weeks," ho said, "The •boys don'f liavc their minds on IUSIE *)••'*> * SALE APPLIANCE REFRIGERATOR . , , , Good condition, clean inside nnd oulsidg, $5,00 down and $2,00 vyeek ,69,95 _ PHIUCO REFRIGERATOR , . , . . 49,95 ' Just traded on a new Hotpojnt. Good 9ondHio«. $5.00 down gnd $2,0,0 week LEONARD BEFRIGERATQR 77.^0 Looi?s an runs good. Top bjiy, • $5.00 down and $2,00 ™ MOTOROLA 21" TAB.Li TV . , , 7?;?5 Ifleertffied by our service department. 90 day gvjar""'-" ^"•" $5.00 down and $2,00 w.eak •0 TaUETOHE TAiLE TELlYiSIQH 69.95 .,,. M f v - Good picture and sound. Guaranteed. gV f§'.Q.O delivers ond $2\QP-fl K RANC5E ........ 2,4,95 sqtf pnd look? gQp4- and I2.QO wssk ,.,,/-*.»; 4*9 Hope Goes to Crossett for j\t | • | T*li District Tilt The Hope tiobcnts journey to Crosselt tonight for n very im- lortnnt district contest against ^ jolnnt Knglc eleven sjnrt il looks ike another wot field, the 4lh in i row. In Crossctl the Briboals fnrc one ;f their sternest lests which is loubly important in the league )lny and in ratings. Mope, clubbed Ih in the stale by virtue of four (might wins, has everything to OSP in the contest. Coach John Pierce makes no jonps nbout being afraid of Iho Eagles. They arc mighty tough n their home field And they hnvc fairly solid loam and ;i couplo if good backs, one perhaps Iho aslesl in the state. The Coach feels tho Bobcats are aking Crossett loo lightly nnd if lint's the ease they arc real ripe or an upset. Pierce knows Cros- scll is capable of doing just that. Although the Eagles lost to Hall -I I Kb of Little Rock hist week tho Jonchea' feel they had an eye on ho coming Hope contest. And Hall ligh proved itself last nighl by soundly licking North Little Rock, •atcd tile third, in the slate, aheacl of Ihe Bobcats. In -nil probability the Crosselt Icld will be wet tonight, thus Ihe 3obca(s, who have a very fine Kissing allack, may have lo rely on'a ground game entirely. It should be a fine game and nany local fans us well as Ihe sand will follow Ihu loam to Crossett. Facts, Figure! on World Series By ?H§ AS§65IAfEB Final Slandings W. L. I»ct. New Vork .... 4 3 .5?i Milwaukee .1 4 420 SuVenlh game al Milwaukee^ OcL 9 New York 020 000 040—(5 8 0 Milwaukee 100 001 000—2 3 2 Larson, Turley (31 ahd Berra; Burdettc, McMnhon i9» and dr^m- dnll, \V-Tiirley. L—Burdetle, 'J-iornc runs—New York, Snow- t-ofi. Milwaukee. Crandall. Financial figures (7th game) Attendance: 40,307 ttceclpls (net) $277,203.00 Commissioner's share $41,530.54 Clubs' and leagues' share $58,918.15 Seven game tolals Attendance: 303,889 Total receipts fneO $2,307,223.03 Players' share $746,044.:i.) Commissioner's share $359, 583 48 Club's and tongues' share $327. n98.37 All Arkansas Favorites in Action Tonight By JOHN R. STARR Associated Press Sports Writer The Big Nine Conference spreads throe league games on tho 'oolball scene tonight — and each of them has a direct bearing nn he lillc race. El Dorado, the favorite and No. 1 team in The Associated Press' schoolb o y rankings, entertains Pine Bluff in a bid for its fiflh slraigbt victory and third consecu- ivc conference triumph. Little. Rock Central, which won ils only league contest in a bruia- ng battle at Hot Springs, is at liome hgainst Fort Smith,' an improved club but scarcely one to give the Tigers more than a few anxious moments. Tcxarkana opens conference jlay ,-nt home against Hot Springs ivlth the Trojans favored off a flno osing effort against Central. The Razorbacks have boen unimprcK' sive in splitting four non-league decisions Blytheville steps outside the con- 1'creneo to meet Ncw-bern, Tenn.. on. Chicknsaw Field. North Little Rock and Little Rock Hall got the football week under way last nighl with Hall taking a 20-C victory. The Warriors, mixing lightning inc thrusts by Jim Holley and pinpoint passing by Jim Rowland, monopolized play throughout the me at Littlo Rock's Quigley Stadium, Holley grabbed a North Litt.le Rock fumble and ran 20 yards for Hall's first score, and rambled 52 yards, for a tolly in (he fourth quarter. Rowland's passes to end ~ H 'Dickey got n touchdown and a.iiarlorbaok Jerry Jones gol the final score on a one-yard plunge ith 10 seconds Jcft in the game. North Liltlo Rock scored early in the last period on a three-yard thrust by fullback Bill Moody. Tonight's Class AA hondliner pits Conwny and Little Rock Catholic in a key Region Throe battle at Littlo Rock. Both ts.ams arc* ted among the state's top 10 and this contest probably will decide* tho 3AA title. MjJbelvnlp visits Bnnton and Mprrilton is at Rus- sellviile in other 3A'A games. West Memphis faces a crucial 3A.A test at Jopesboro. Tho llur- riqane took guite a licking last week at Newport and is oaaor to bounce back naalnsl the unbeaten iBJue Devils Wi>3l Memphis can't (jffovd lo lose with Newport covetously eyeing tho title. Stuttgart visits Wynne in the only other 2AA Tjgers Host to Langston High Tonight Ycrgcr High School Tigers will play host lo Ihe Langslon High School Bulldogs of Hoi Springs to- niyht at Hnmmons Stadium. The Tigers started oft slow this season with injuries lo many ol the starters. Some of the regulars are back in the line-up for tonight J.nmcs Reed, halfback, is showing good form and speed, James Mc- Fndden, fullback will give the Tigers power up the middle. The Tigers showing weakness in the past three games but arc showing a marked improvement with tho starlcrs gelling 'back in playing condition. The Bulldogs have always been a threat lo Ihe Tigers and during Ihe past week Ihe Tigers have" been concentrating on their offen sive play and their pass defense The Tigers arc very young and are gaining experience as the sea son moves on. They need a HtUe support from Ihe fans lo go al oul tonight. Games time is 8 p.m Sp,rJog&ale is at Fayolteville mid Siibiaco 8t Harrison ir> Uegipii }AA. Van Buren, tho oljapipion- sh}p fHYQi'itf?. me?is C)a,sg A QJarHs- yillo on tho hostile (iel<J. HQpg,' tl.ia top Class A4 teum in the stale, invacips Cvps§^lt for a 'Four game. AvKadelphig Cijinden Pah-view in an)-. Crossett is 'better than ji Showed in last week's cje.ft.at al Shoats Slam SMU Freshmen by 30 to 6 TEX-AiRAN-A (AlP) — A brigh future was signaled for Universit.v of Arkansas football as 'its fresh men Shoats pummeled the South crn Methodist -University Poni.e 30-6 here last nighl. The Ponies drew the first scon on quarterback Bobby Reed's one yard thrust. 'End Gordon Nichols a'tle muted conversion kick was blocked by Arkansas end Jcrr Humphries, Lance Alworth, schoolboy All American, look the Ponies kickoj 1 on his own 10-yard line and trav elod DO yards for the, Shoals' firs touchdown. His conversion kick missed. Tho Arkansas frosh drove 6' yards in seven plays for their ncx score, and the conversion kick wen wide. In tho second ueriod, quarterback Billy Moore went o.ver 01 a one-yard plunge. Fullback Skip py TnckeU was stopped when he tried to run for a 2-point convnr sion. The third period was scoreless In Ihe fourth, quarterback Sonny Holmes hit Alworth on a pass plav which covered 73 yard? for a touchclown Halfback Curtis Co* failed in a oonvoision run, Cox 'scored on a 3-yard plur for the final tally. Quarterback Tommy Fowler's run for two ext? points failed,' Yanks Lived It Up as Expected By JOE RglCHLgF? Asoclated Pr?ss Spprt? Writer MILWAUKEE (AP) —, The NPV Vork YanKecs wore t-agH o.n thi bascbalj tju-php today, ppsessori ! I donl know 'what they're . ?qu|d stressed offcnsq In the wovHou^. Rroyles said he was with the tgan)'s ?l)owlng Defense, bui ,9^pre|sg4 PC'XPgvn th,e Porkers' afeHUy to stop \vUeix &e two of tha most brilJiaflt tfjJJmpb i' their 'long 1 World Series history, Casey Stengel reign<?4 as the greatest ma$a£ej* in game today and ?;«S'9iJ? of *,h[ shrewdest manipulators of m?.\\ power tjje sport has oye;- The pereniiial Amerjcan chaiTjpjons clirn/ijccd ^ courggeou^ u»hi)l pottle. Thyrscjay wljoi]'"'' r defeqted, former, n'emesjs, R u r d o t t e nn.d. the MJKva , Braves prg, {t w^s jlxeii' 18tr world title in the- "last .S|, year's thpir ei^Jillj i v n ihjj )sj }$ But neither Stengi?l nor th pf|ipo \vj\s fpoje^.. "J]ipy this is not one' of th_e bpiTef' i<o(j ietjms, It hp<J ton tji,U8U battle 'on its hand? "before coming only a* fair club iii spvpn games', j("had surge back from 'a ,3.-J, dg|i.cit aiift lacking Mk,e chump'? 'in 'yje. fjfs t\yo gameg It biad to, j'&s,?ivg guppy ^—. ^y^ ' Hope Star Classified Ads ABS MUST §1 IN OFFICE D ( ,AY BEFORE PUBUCATION ^ PHQNE 74431 POK AP TAKER Nofiee JRMAL R. B, FKAWKL1N A, Pi Ddofiey, M6W»fd Cdliief, schedule of SoiUtlaf Periods'! as printed below, has beeH takefi from John Alden Knight's Soluhaf Tables. Plan yotii- dayd so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good fcovef during these times, if you Wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer. The Major Periods are shown 1ft Doldface type, These begin at the limes shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration, A. M, P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Friday 2: Si) 9MO 3:30 9!35 3:50 10:05 4:45 11:05 5:45 11:55 6:45 12:30 7:40 1:25 2:20 3:15 MOVING! Lofitf BistafiM Call ' leet 89S. fttt JfiitUttate*, Low«i fiates. Hive Viral »* Will Travel STOAAdB CO, AftKANSAfl Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednes. Thursday 8:35 Friday 4:25 16:30 5:25 11:30 0:20 7:20 8:15 0:30 Saturday 10:25 4:10 Sunday 11:15 5:00 1iOO 1155 0:10 2150 10:05 3:45 10:55 4:35, 11:45 5:25 The Negro Community Esther Hicks Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day We arc rich only through what we give; and poor only through what we refuse and keep — Mad. Swctchine. BARHAM Brothers House Mov< ers. Insured and free estimate, Write Barham Brothers Caie, Arkansas. 21-1 Mo. NO hunting or trapping will be al' lowed without a permit on my land in the old proving ground. This land is posted. W. I. Stroud. 10-l'2mo. c For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9055. 8*imoc Help Wonted WAITRESS of trainee. Apply ifl person. Oaks daie ahd Gift Shop. I94*fhd.>e MENAVOMEN $20 Daily. Sell Lum' inous naroeplates. Write Meeves Co.. Attleboro, Mass. 3'lnvp WANTED AT ONCE. Man or WO' man to supply Rawlelgh house' hold necessilies to consumers ih S. Hempslead County or Mope, Full or part time. For details without obligation see CorWin, Crow. Rt. 1, Box 30, Nashville, Ark. or write Rawleigli's, Dept, AK.T-041-271, Memphis, Term. For Salt ALUMINUM screens, doors, storm windows, weather - stripping, Insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimates, Andy Andrews, Phone 7-5867. 94£ HOUSE TO BE MOVED For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street, Hope. Ark. Raymond Byers Phone 7-2956. 13-1-m-p 2 BEDROOM Unfurnished house. 1413 S. Her'vey. $50 month. Call -PR 7-2033 or Pine Bluff, JE 47115. ' ' 8-Gtp NICE 4 room unfurnished apartment with private bath and entrances. Van Galstcr. 222 N. Hervey St. 7-2496. 8-6tp Lost Calendar of Events The Saratoga Chapter of OES will observe Pcake 'Memorial and Star Day at Harmony CM'E Church Sunday, Oct. 12 at 2:30 p.m. Guest chapters are Church Hill. Washington, Fulton and Ml. Olive. .All Masons in the surrounding areas are invited to attend. BeBee Chapter No. 412 Prince Hall Affiliation, will observe Peake Memorial and Star Day Sunday, Oct. 12 at 3 ,p.m. at BeBee Memorial OME Church. The Guest Speaker will -be Asst. Grand Matron Shirley Ipghram of Texarkana, Ark. The public is invited. Appreciation services for Rev. A. Jones, pastor of M't. Pleasant CM'E Church .began Tuesday night Oct 7 and will continue through Sunday, Ocl. IBf. Guest preacher tonight will be Rev, J. W. Hutchinson and members of Church Hill OME Church, McNab. The Alter Guild of BeBee Memorial CM-E Church will meet in the home of Mrs. Sadie Jones on Sunday, Oct. 12 at 4:30 p.m. The Yerger Tigers will meet the Langston Bulldogs of Hot Springs tonight at 8 o'clock at Hammons' Stadium in what promises to be a very good game. Fans, let's go out tonight and show the team that we arc with them all the way. Rev. J. C. Crier, presiding older of the Prescoll District, West Ar- Hansas Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, %vill hold the fourth quarterly conference al Bethel AM'E Church on Sunday, Oct. 12 and Monday, Oct. 13. He will preach at the morning nnd evening services on Sunday. At' 3 p.m. the quarterly conference Union will meet with "the following churches participating in the service: Ward Chapel AME, Prescott; St. James AMiE, Texarkana; Craig Chapel AME, Ashdown; Emmet and Fulton AME and churches of Hope, On Monday night, the business session of the conference will toe held at the church, AH auxiliaries of the church ore asked to make full reports. Rev. J. S. Morgan, MALE Walker Hound. Black, while and tan. No collar. Jack Watkins. Phone 7-2435, 8-3tc Wanted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and. over. Apply at Hope Star Office. Real Estate for Sale .Good six room house with one acre or more, priced to sell, 174 acres good timber land with spme saw logs, good house, will sell with or without house. House 'and one acre ground at Rocky Mound, this house priced to sell. Acreage for choice building sites on Highway Four, close'in. IE. M'. McWILLIAMS CO, Real Estate 1201 East Third St. 10-Gtc Wanted to Buy SMALL farm, preferably on high way, with modern house, Stale exact location, improvements, ago and condition, and lowest cash price. Lee, 1312 Linden Lane Garland, Texas. 9-G PTA W°rkshpp fhe Hopewell PTA met Wednes day, Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m, in the school auditorium with the president, Mrs. Yelma MuMrew presi, After a brief devotion and busU ness session, the workshop was Ijejd. with 16 members and four new members participating, Group leaders, JVU*. E. ^. HJ^ks, 'Mrs. R,' L. -WHey f OYIrs. £. s. mid \V. V. Rutherford felding, qrvant hoyr<?pdous billing in Qi'cH' to wji)/ Stengel praised his athjetes to skies after Jheij- final YJeio!' v ' iv third in succession and their in the last fjvp gaines. pne-ptb-or ft'oi'W Sc «e? ciub evej- made susb it' it is safe to Assume t forgottvn the pi-o ,a we^H, ago a{ler hjs. tod Josi' 13-5 to, tjip fi'.ayes, ; '- Ditmar Happy to Get (n to One Game By ED WIUKS Associated Press Sports Writer MILCAUKEE' CAPJ — "He IO me I'd get ipto a game, but I wfis beginning to wonder," The speoHer was Art Ditmar, one ot tho heroes of the Now York Yankees' gel - even World Series victory, It was Ditmar and Ryne Duren ho/ bad shu) out the" Milwaukee Braves over seven innings until the Yankees finally got to Warren Spahn New York won it 4-3 in 10 innijjgs, "You never know what Stengel's thinking." said Ditmar, "I I bought I would have liked to start, bin as it turned out, it's a good thing I djtjnt," Ditmar, tlje baldjjig 29-year-old right-hajjder ManaJer Oasgy Sten- gel'bad tagged "my NO. 1 man in the 'pu)lp,en" from the time the series started, was the eaily >yqvm.up man through the first live" games. ^'ednesdaj; pjlmar's first call cam?, Jje replaced starter Whitoy Ford in the second inning' with the bpses loaed, one run in, one out and the Pi-aves leadng' 2-j. One. pitch an<^ the inning was .over. Johnny togaij bit U to left fjej£|, gjston Hpvvard caught it and nailed A"dy' PafHP fit 'the plots for a puWe'Blav, ' g^aycs got only iwq hi|s Aa,!'Pfl's bunt single and, aiepsj, 1 ? fJoubJc— off pi before pa,see, Jifte.4 him for ncb }}it,tei' in the lying sixi "Avon's bunt surprised me. I was tb° }sj?i ibifg in tne, world J expected, 11 Pjtm,ay saJ4 It Wfi \vhq' gpt ftp bajl, UlP' M iP'Jjrst. pulling $i jto Aarop'j path. A^v°n' w wt flying 19 er§ tofl 1051 43-a i«t HIP ^>1»X¥>. , -ytj ^9^ hj.V? £b,a)}$ e $ 9" ijw. s safes''*. i\t vp- w «4 bju $11^ a jjttie "i iwsucjvb wii WroWvf to. W t^L p ^'!^» p|} H i F*'QW^ >°a tbi.s. ti Jljpy "^ ^ tao MY home at Ozan, Ark. 5 rooms front and back porch. John W Webb, Ozan, Ark. 15-1-m-p 1950 STUDEBAKE'R pickup. Cattle bed. heater, clean and in gooc condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7-4011 29-tf MIXED HAY — Lespoclesia and grass. 35c and 40c at barn. J W. Strickland. 7-3731. 3tf 10 YEAR old Clumps Peonias White and Pink. Call Dr. Alex ander. • 8 " 31- f PRICED for. immediate sale, frame house, 6 rooms, bath, util ity room and 2 lots for sale, i blocks from grade school. Cal PR 7-2273 for appointment. 8-8tp FINE pulp wood stumpage. The former Floyd Fuller place. Mile 'and a half East of Shover Springs store Henry W°lf. 8 '*' NICE Home — 5 rooms and Sin eilc, car port. Completely fur nished. Reasonable for cash and quick sale. "Phone 7-4047. 9-6tp FIVE room homo across stroe from Brookwood School. 5Q9 So Spruce. Phone 7-2223. 10-Gtf 1958 USED Cushman Eagle scoot or. Ignition switch, crash bars Excellent condition. $274. Inquir James McLarty. I0 : 3t Services, Offered LET us renoyat* y p our old mtl tress. We specialize' In preiiurl red innerspring. COBB MATTRESS SHOK 712 West 4ti;''Phone, 7-agM RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We r haye.meB for yoiir deep-freeze. See ui b( fore-buying. ' - 17-tt SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd L, E, Booth, Phone PR'7-8695, 5-14-t PASTURE clipping, see Mike. Snj ' ker, at Snyker Hotel, Phone 7 3721. , 23-1 Mo FOR- a complete line of pumps water wells or work overs. Ca O, T, Clark, 711 E, Oth. Phon 7-4364. 26-1-mo-g WANT AD RATES All Wont AJs 3-e po^a'o* .n advoncs but acts will be -accepted Over the telephone and ar.-omocla- tion accounts allowed with the understanding Ihe account is payable when statement is rendered. Number f Words p to 15 6 la 26 i to 25 5 to 30 1 lo 35 6 to 40 1 to 45 6 tft 50 One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 t 05 1 70 1.35 1 50 Three Days 90 1.50 t.50 1.30 2.10 2 40 ? VO 3.00 Six Days 1 50 200 2 50 3.60 3 50 400 4.50 5.60 One Month 4.50 660 750 900 1050 12.00 13.50 15.06 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY MA'S BAR-B-QUE. Highway 67 West. Will do custom B,ar-B-Que- ing ajiytimc Monday, through Saturday noon, v ' 9-3tc Instruction BEGINNING Lessons UK oil ing and pastels, Interested per» sons may contact Ereddie Jones, 514 East Third Street, or call 72732.' 23-W Men Wanted 18 to -3 To train as Heavy ej-ators. Ti'StaiPI »<w BvaUable on bulldozer, motor gra<Jer, aU v se}f-prope)led syppor M4 line. SJiovt tveinjng T j)§nod on l model equipment. Up tQ r ?3,50 per hour available up9n satisfactory pompletipn Q| trainrng, ppgrajors urgently neecjeti as yesull o{ vast nesv 15 yj-. pj-pgrsm HQW under way. If imecjiji cliped §)i?l interested jji this type of inschinery, jng name, age, addj'ess aijf niSnbw IP gos i?- P/o Hope, Ark, . Female TWO, AppJy twp ie«'it<H sti to earn, fCJor" % S ), par" ^eV?Sf4ii\ WvUft : $V?& $QX, 9W. Jf^ $FJ n ,iBfc ,4^ ;%!£ jp^^M^^^^*^**"**!**"?-: 1 time 3 times 6 times 80c per inch 65c per inch 55c per Inch fiates quoted above are for consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip dote ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the fdllswing day, The publisher reserves the right to revise or edit all advestiscments of fered for publication arid to reject any objectionable advertising sub- mi I tod. Initials of one or more letters, groups of flaurcs, such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not bo responsible for. errors in Wcml Ads unless errors o f r called to our attention after FIRST cnsnrlion of ad and Ihen for ONLY the ONE Incdrrccf insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of, Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated' January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING^CO. Mrs. C. E, Polmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Scey-Trcs. at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas (fc Alex. H, Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing ' Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr, George W. Hosmer, Mcch, Supt. Entered as second class matter at the 'Post 1 Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations • Subscription Rotss /payable In ads'an:c) By carrier in Hope and neighboring towns — • _ Per week . > -. S .30 Per yeair '•> 6° By mail In Hempstcad, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and A/illor Oun- ,tios — 5 .85 1.85 3.50 6.50 One mohKi Three months Six months . One yeor !... All o/hor, mail — One month Three months .. ... ;5 Six months ' .* One year ' 1.30 3.90 7.80 15,60 Nat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Doilies, Inc., 1602 Sterlrk Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 T .2Xos Bonk Bldg*., Dollos 2, Texas; 360 N Michiaan Ave,,' Chir;ooo 1, III.; 60 l r . 42nd'SI,, NPW York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobccot Bldg, Defroit 2, Mich,; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of The Airociatoe) Press: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to thn U"P for rpoubllcotion of all tho lo^al nows printed in this newspaper, as Well as all AP news _ dlsoatches. O WANTED TO BUY pine Pulpwooo by Truck Load Cut In Woods or otherwise, HAROLD HENDRIX ''Phone PR 7-4321 16th & Uoulslanai Hope, Ark. w»jfflS Qpep Fsr, Business — SMITH'S QINIRATOR SHOP p, 7-2451 all and & model? Qns Pay Sfrvlst AYJS i M«ftr?" 5ft rfll Homg Sf mm

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