Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 17, 1958 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 17, 1958
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Bobcats Seeking Sixth Victory Tonight at 8 The Fairvii'tt Cnrdiiiftl« a vn«l- * ly Ifhprovi'd club roiiif"! In ttam- " Wofis Stadium lomehl «i H f»t an Jftiportadi c»nti'«il ngainot ihc pbloiil but riimspd Bobcnls " Conch John Piprcr \vill krnp nl ^ I(!&st iwo nnd prcibnbl.v tin PC «tpl- _75ar lineman out of tonmlit'e con" tesl. They arc all rcnuliif;. llnkr. Tliiirman nnd Rowo So fm ns khown the Ciirdinnlo \\ill ho nl full , Strength. Running in their plnrrs will bp - ^*ommy Jonps. Tprldj Mc'ssn ami Joe Matt Hrrmton Ail nrp VPI.V ctiinpclnnl plnyois hul luck Ihc ex, pdricncp of Ihc Marling (no. The Cardinals will he OIIP nf the " nfenWosI learns lln|)p hat ftirod. ' according lo program figurf* Sfill Hopp will ciiir.v o wpijjhl ad- Vfintngc 11) both HIP !inr> nnrl the, backficlil, but not ncni ly so grt-al) ' J >' as when the thrpp crippled boys Everyone Is High on Army's Pete Dowkins By WILL ORlM&LfeV Associated Pi-ess Sports WMlec \VKST POINT, N.Y. f A Pi—the "t'n-Bd-p"- ?uy" nf Army's top- rnnkffl fnniball lenm is a (all. fffiv-cnl mldwesleriK'r who once an lnva|f are starting. Coach John Pierce make? no lo 1'r-lr n.-iwUins nf Rn.Vn) Mich . sinckcn With polio at spv- in nnd n frail 1 10-pntmdor at 18. ilftpinnnatlon built him« spit up In bccnmp cnptiiin and star halfluick of UIP okwnn ac^ t'lnimcfl l)p?t in the country. bones about bpins .ilninipd a-s the I Dnwkin<s Is fi-1. weighed 107 and • fiobcats go after thch sixth victory'' this season. He wasn't nt nil picas- ed with the showing of Hope against Crosselt last week and hns Indicaietl, "they will have o play ,Jiardei - lo win over Fnirvicw" - Who only last week trounced Ar- kadclphla by a lopsided score • JJope will sljirl Vairqlin and ,ttnlrr nt ends; Kinbrep and Mes, set 1 nt tackles; Terry Thiinnan ^and Itcrnclon at guards; Tommy ,. Jones at ceiilor; Wntkms al Quar- ^torback, Graves and IJutlor nt the is swift ;is the wind. But his valito to the lOfifi Army team is tncas- halfback spots and Boothe at fullback. First replacements will be Larry Waltun nnd Bobby Krwin at ends; Joe .(ones nnd Jim McLarly tar-kk'?; Johnny Turner at at the Simrd spnt; Ge-orge McGill at con- tor; Byron Smiley <it Quarterback; Hn.v Duke and Eddie Kins at hiiir- back spol.s nnd Wayne Camp a I fullback. tired more by intangibles. "This bo^ is n , burn leadeh roach Karl (ftc*di Rlnik said !r) tiny ''He Is only 21), yd very mft lure. He has given us inspiration arid direction. "t trust him with more rospoh f-ibillties than pfdbnbly any cap lain f have hnd in the past. Who t start listinKi tl'o nsrols of th! sr(uad, one of fhc big ones ! kadershfp." The blond, elenn-cut halfback- hiodcsl although he holds hlghes honors al Ihp Miltnry Academy scoffs at his owti role in th /team's success lo ftaik' cader hip. Dawkln. who once thought h teams success to tllnik's leader ship. Dawkins, who once thought h might never walk nsnih. has car ried the bal 2(3! yards in thrci pnmes. an average of 0 fl yard: a try, and caught passes for 20, more. lie has scored seven (ouch downs, lie also pases—left-hand ed. After his polio attack. Dawklns son of a Detroit dentist, tisct weights to build himself up. lie played baseball as well as fool ball in hi^h school. Me was a standout defonseman in hockey last year although he in ver hat played the game before entcriclg the Academy. LONGTIME MEMBER PEORIA, 111. (/I'l — Spry 88-year- old Mrs. Elizabeth Vin/, a member of the State Park Baptist Church for 75 years, has outlived three church buildings and helped break ground for the fourth. Mrs. Vlnz went to Sunday school at the original church site, a little wooden building. The Eastern Railroad Interests Charge ... 'FEATHERBEDDING' BUT... WHO IS 'FEATHERBEDDING'? LOOKS LIK6 weVe GOT « FULLCR6VV Porkers Given No Chance to Upset Texam 8y JACK fiLA'RV Ass&eisted Pies §p6M& W To SflVc a lot of iJfineecSsaf-.V discdsSion ofi Sunday, ohc vvoi-cf will probably s um up the weckehd h.'Jay, artist tf, l«!i ''V + Here Is REAL F eat herbedding ! These |'4 top railroad officials know best what real "featherbedding" is. Together, they are paid $1,009,075 a year — along with other benefit's sVch as private railroa'd cars and expense-paid trips to 'the resort centers 'of the nation on "bysiness trips", To cover up their tremendous l>! tab" from their company treasuries, the Eastern bosses have launched a campaign against their own railroad employes charging them with "featherbe^ding", These officials never move a railroad c'ar, They never guard a crossing, They never save a human life, 3ut th'ey are paid tremendous salaries — up to $70 an hour — whether § train mgvts or not, Now they are asking for more — an extra iSjOOO.OQQ a year from Arkansas Vallreasi uVers a^ §'t § sac- rjf!s§ of railroad §§f§ty to the pyblie and sfryiyt to fhe in* ' This '$3,000,000 a year now goes t§ Arkansas "ewplsy^s whs gyard ag§in§f §§sid§nts and io§§ of life arid -property, They do net r§s§lv§ on§ sgrit irj wages unl§is "frdght i§ b'sin^ mov«d «» §qd mont y Is being rr^ds for the ssmpany, T)igy Ibre In -Arkansas ftd '§p"§'nd thplr ytytjt hijr«, -These highly paid efflsials dsjgt J|y@ in Arkansas. All 'they do Is bbed f state of .Its rlshss. New jfchey want morsj . ' • foolbnll activity: the only activity tonight finds Richmond .al George Washlngtdfi out Sfllurday there ore several gl- «ahttc lugs of war on tap between n few of the defcnso'Jnindeti gi» ants. c of/pnsivp giants tt'llj, their say to, but they don't figure to bo bothered too ttitich. Two of the best defensive struggles arc nl Mndlson, Wis.. and Atlanta. At Madison, unbeaten nnd third- ranked Wisconsin plays host to town in the fiig Teh's lof) gamp Thp Budgecs' defenSp las yielded only one 'touchdown— last week to Purdilc in ft 31-G Victory. Towa is fifth In total offense and seventh in rushing offense. At Atlanta, Second-ranked Anburn, 'first in total defense, first In rushing defense and second In pass tug defense, meets 'equally de- "ensc-minded Georgia Tech, fourth .n .over-all defense, in the Southeast Conference game of the day. Top-ranked Army, known more 'or its offense than, for ils No. 0 ranking in total defense and No. 3 n passing 'defense, plays Virginia,' vhich travels to West Point minus ace passer Recce Whitley, The "adds rank No. 2 'in .total offense and No. 3 In passing, Fifth-ranked Michigan State, vllh a 2-1-0 record,-goes against oncc-bcatcn Purdue, ranked sev- nth in total defense while the Joilermakers arc No. 5. The Big 'en's other top game features bird-ranked Ohio State cntortain- ng Indiana Sixth-ranked • Navy, minus All America tackle Bob Reifsriyder. meets' winless Tulanc (0-4) in the Oyster Bowl at Norfolk, Va., The Middies 'are undefeated in three ames. Terns , (No. 2) is still in the louds after last week's upset of Oklahoma, and may get a jolt rom Arkansas, winloss in :four ries, in a Southwest Conference It. Something has to give when /lissisippi, eight ranked, and No, in ,rushing defense, meets Sanny Baugh's Hardin-Simmons Cow- oys, No, 2 passing team in the ation. Louisiana State puts its 4-0 rec- rcl and No. 9 ranking on the line gainst a tough Kentucky team (2),-while lOth-rankcd Clcmson is die. Oklahoma (No. 11), dropped om first place after- last week's oss to Texas,, plays Kansas in its ie Eight Conference opener. Notre Dame (No 12) plays like for the first time in history, ching to get some .more offense tarted after its 14-2:loss to Army last week. Oregon (No, 14), i a' defense- minded team, plays, Washington State. The Webfoct a're No, 7 in toial defense, fifth in pass defense pud eighth in iotal offense. Star Classified! Adi ACS MUST BE IN 6MICE BAY SEPORE PUILICAflOM ~ PHONE 7*3431 FdK AD TAKER The Negro Community bf the day Flattery is a base coin which gair-s currency only from our Vanity — ftrtoliefoucauld. Zorah Chapter. N"o. 4 6t2§ will sponsor a Fish Fry at the home of Mrs. Warnie i,loyd, 715 South Spruce St. Friday, Oct. 1? at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited. Notice we thij. w» s«ii. w» RHI REAL tsfff A?I R, B, FftAlMKLtN A, P, fielobsy, Howftfd dolllef, The Agrictilturnl Planning Conv mil tec members will me.ct Saturday, Oct. 18 at 10 a.m. In the Verger High School Auditorium as announced by Miss E, L. Ford and C. B. Smith, assistant county agents. MDVttfd? LDHi Bistaftde dill leet S63, Vttt Ei«ffl6t*», Lovti RSteS. M*ve V»ai — Will is-tt 8TOMAG8 CO. BARMAM Bothers ttottse Movers, Insured ahd free estimate. Write Barham Brothers dale, Arkansas, 2i«l Mo, The Yerger - Shovor PTA will meet Monday, Oct, 20 at 7:30 p.m. A prize will be given to the class that reports the largest number of parents .present. Tenth Grade to Sponsor ProgVam 'American Bandstand" will be sponsored by the 10-C class of Verger High School, Tuesday, .Oct. 21 at 7;30 p.m. featuring the Dots, Flamingoes, Jack Cannon,,.Johnny Williams' Quartet, Gerry Williams and many others. The public Is Invited. Admission, Adults 25c, Students 20 cents. A church building rally is in progress at the Church of God in Christ, 911 Bell St., Elder 0. N. Dennis, pastor. The sevvic.es began Monday, Oct. 13 and will continue through Sunday, Oct. 19. Tonight's program is being sponsored by Sis. G. B. Garland and guest Churches are BeBoe Memorial CME, Hev. C. S. Stearns, pastor; St. Mark Baptist, Hev. E. N. Glover, pastor. George Smith Jr.-, chairman t of the Hope Youth Foundation is appealing to the wives of Hope for their assistance in encouraging the men to help work on the Youth Center at City Park. Several calls have been made to the men, but for some reason they have refused to answer. Ladies, when you rhiisband comes home from. work today, will ;yoit please tell-him that the commitree will work at City Park Saturday, Oct- 18 and their help is needed. NO hunting or trapping will be allowed without, a permit on my land in the old proving ground. This land is posted. W. t. Stroud. 10'1-Zmo, c For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night- 7-9953, • 8-lmoc REDECORATED inside and out. •Modern. Three large rooms. Near town on pavement. Desirable for 'couple.' 7-2071. 15-3lc 3 LARGE I'oorns, private bath. Upstairs apartment. 203 High St. Phone 7-3171. 17-tf Services Offered ui renovate your old mattress. We specialize la preiauri- ced Innersyring. COBB MATTRESS SHOP 712 West 4th. Phone 7-3<BJ RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat for your, deep freeze. Set ui before buying. 17-tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd. 'L. E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695. 5-U-tf PASTURE'clipping, see Mike Sny- Comlng-and Going Mrs, Mary Harris has had as her guest this sveek, her brother, Alcue Evans of Chicago. Obituary Funeral service for Frank Johnson of Lewisville will be held Sunday, Oct. 19 at M a,m, at St, James Baptist Church, Lewisville, Burial in Red Hill Cemetery wit'i Hicks Funeral Home in charge. ker, at Snyker Hotel. 3721. Phone 723-1 Mo. FOR a complete line of pumps, water wells or work overs. Call O. T. Clark. 711 E. 6th, Phone 7-4364. 26-1-mo-p Female Help Wonted TVVo waitresses. Apply hi Diamofid dafe, Mape, Afk. 19'tf RURAL HOUSEWIVES Christmas Time Our big earning time! Avon ddsmelies has two territories open for Women Who wish to earn. Insure your Merry Christmas! Representatives needed for Rediand Townshio (McCaskill) and Saline To\Vnship (Coktfri' bus). Car necessary. Writs AVbn, BoJc 377. Hot Springs, Ark. C-lVe directions to yottr home. lo'3tc WANT AD RATES All VVSnf Ads s'fc poyaV/! ,'n but ads Will be -jctepte'J bvgr fh€ felSph&nfi and ar:ofrioda- tiort dccouhts allowed wifh fhe un- dcrifdhdiilg Hi6 accolinf IS payable when statement IS rendered. Numbef 5f Wifds Up to 15 16 to 20 J1. to 25 $& fo 30 SI to 35 <5nc Day .45 .60. .75 ,90 105 thfge Help Wonted WAITRESS or trainee. Apply In person. Oaks Cafe and Gift Shop. MEN-WOMEN $20 Daily. Sell Lum» inous ttameplates. Write Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. 3-lm-p WANTED AT ONOE. Man or woman to supply Rawleigh house' hold necessities to consumers in S. Hempstead County or Hope. " Full or part time, For details without obligation see Corwin. Crow, Rt. 1, Box 30, Nashville, Ark. or write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKJ-041-271, Memphis, Tenn. 641 For Sole ALUMINUM screens, doors, storm windows, weather - stripping, insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone 7-5867. 9-tf HOUSE TO BE MOVED For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street, Hope, Ark. Raymond Byer's 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-m-p 36 W 46 1.50 41 16 45 1.35 46 to 50 t.50 .90 1.20 1 50 1 SO 2.10 246 270 3.00 Si* boys 1 50 200 2.50 300 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 Oni MontH 4,50 600 7,5d 900 10.50 12.00 1353 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Hire 3 tlfnSS 6 times SOc pet Inch 65c pel- Inch 55c per inch RbteS 3U&t6d dbOv6 ore fbf consecutive insertions. Irl-egular of skip, date ads will tok« the one-cloy rote. All dolly Classified advertising copy will bo accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following day, The publisher reserves the right to revise of edit all advestisements of fefed for publication ond to reject any objectionable advertising submitted, , Initials of one or mote letters, groups of fiaures, such as hbuse of telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for. errors jn Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of acl and then for:ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published everv weekday, afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs>C. E. Palmer, President Alex.'H. Washburn, Sccy-Tres. at. The Star 'Building J1J-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas 1950 STUDEBAKER pickup. Cattle bed. heater, clean -and in gooc condition. Phone. 7-2204 or 7-4011. 29-tf MIXED HAY_— t Lespedesia_ and grass. 35c "and 40c at ba'rii. J. W. Strickland, 7-3731. 3tf FIVE room home across street from Brook'wood .School. 509 ..So. Spruce. Phone'7-2223. • 17-6tp Instruction BEGINNING Lessons in oil paint ing and pastels. Interested persons may,contact Freddie Jones, 514 East Third Street, or call 72732. 23-tf Wonted LeaaI Notice No. 8138 In the Chancery Court of Hempstend County, Ark. STEVIE P, CATO BUTLER Plaintiff vs. CATHERINE B. BURKHABDT, ET AL Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant?, Catherine B. Bnrkhardt, Otis Bundy, apd Mrs. Otis Btmdy, his wife Ivlabel B. Williams, Snow Smith Mespjier-j Jerry Smith MfBoy, 'Roberto Goto Gj-cen- haw, Willie Mpe CoUJns Parties, Earl Onto nnd Boss Csto, his wjfe, Vcrnon Cnio and Mary Cnto, his wife, nnci Borrjoy Cato,;nro yarned to appear in this, court wjthin thirty days and answer the complaint of Funeral service for Joseph Logan will be hold in Hicks Funeral Home Chapel Sunday, Got 19 at 3:30 p.m, Burial in St. Mark Cemetery with Hicks Funeral Home in charge, Funeral Forvicc fov Mi.ton Me- Kinney who died jn Randolph, Avis'., will be held Sunday, Oct, 19 at 2 p.m. at Providence Baptist Church. Burial in Pnovidence' Cemetery with Hicks Funeral Home Inc. an charge, tlio Plaintiff, Stavie P, CntP Witness piv hnnd nnd thV.sejil of said court this 6th day of October IflSft, Clnra Byers, Clerk , BY Kotherine p, Lau(erbach,-p. G, (SEAL) Oct. 10, 17, 24, 3{, 1958 Leon! Nofic» 8139 Tn the Chaneery Covirt o| ' JAMES V<!, ETHEL Henipste/id.fSou'nty, Plaintiff The defendant, BtheJ. s warned to apoo'av in within thirty days,and pf the Plaintiff, Wo"sl0y ( Setts, WJtnes? my of said, irvjirJ {his 1 lQth'f}a.y" at J.a.'ty Tanks, Braves Deal Out Series Split JS T EW YORK (AP) — The dif, ereiice bpt\ve»n winning nnd los- ,'ipg (he 1958 - Wo!')d Series meant $2,863 1nr onch memhoi' of thn sy York YanHees who reoeivefl full series share, baU Gommjssionpr F p v d disclnsod the distribution ay, The Ypnks vrted 3? full Winning shares ammmtlni? \o 88,157 e,ach. A full losing slice for eeph, of 31 Milwaukee players was wprth $.1.876 winning shfve fpr the Hope Star route open'for boys 12 years and over, Apply at Hope Star Office. ^^ w^^^^f ^^9 ^1^^^99F ) The schedule ol Solvmar Periods, as printed below,' has been taken from John 'Alden Knight's Solunar Tables., Plan your 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 has 'to otter, - The Major Periods are shown lij bojdface type. These begin at the times 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, P,M, Minor Major Minor Major NUT CRACKERS Walnut and hickory meats, quarters and halves $7,75, Write Crack- ermall, Marshall, Ark. 13-6t!p HAY on the meadow.., Lespddesla and grass hay. 30 cents per, bale. Mike' Snyker.' 7-3721. • 16-3{c NICE Home — 5 ,rooms and din elte, car port. Completely furnished. Cheap for quick cash sale phone 7-4047, lG-6lp Real Estate for Sole wps ?165 less than • players got pfter in the IBS? series. Ne\y »VHft 30 fujl sharps J{iV"YepF> T'?P lfire fnr |^e graves Ity* .amounted fo' S?90 Jhan t)iat of 'bo djYided 34 lull shaves., , ."Virgil Trucks, who .Coined th'o "in piicWnne, regpived 8 Friday 9:so 3:15 Saturday }0;gg 4 HP Sunday 1H15 5;00 Monday «— 5;5p Tuesday }?;35 §:4P Wedges, 1:2§ 7;?p Thursday g:JS> 8;is Friday S;OQ 3:45 r 1Q:3Q 10;05 3:45 10;55 4:35 13:05 6;15 12;55 7lQ5 }.'45 -7;55 ?;3Q §;'4P 4;PO 10:10 4:'4a 1PJ56 NEW and modern three bedroom home, carport, just completed, near Brookss'ood school. . • Six-room home nnd builtin 'garage, on East 14lh, excellent condition, fine neighborhood. TWO bedroom, den, bath and half, double carport, -on^ pavement with So-foot frontage, Modernj throughout. FHA constructed home in .[Southland Heights, t\yo b'edrpoms, den central heatnig, carport, 100-foot frontage^ Already financed, Buy > equity, assume loan. BEVERLY Hills home with wall to wall carpeting, b"iJtin ga'rage, attic fan, c^ecejlent condition, H ERIE'S one at ?5500, Two be|3- Alex, H. Woshburrt,:Edlto> S Publisher Poul^ H. Jones/ "Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Mcch. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hone, Arkansas, under fhc Act of March 3, 1897. Mcmoer of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rotac (payable In advah:a) By carrier In Hope and neighboring towns •— Per week S .30 Per year 1i60 By moil in • Hempstead, Nevoda, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — One ./month' $ .85 Three months 1.85 Six, months :. .. ,3.50 On* y'*»r , "6.50 All other mall — A One month / 1.30 Three, months 3.90 Six months „ 7.80 One year , 15.60 Nat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Doilies, Inc., 1602 Sterlrk Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 "'oxos Bonk Bldg., DaMn 5 2, Texa<- ?60 N Michlcinn Ave., Chlrano.l, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., Nrw York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscor Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg,, Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Memter of Tlte A«»o«loted Press; The Associated Press Is entitled cx- cluslvplv to tlip U=P for rpoubllcatlon .of all the local nnws printed In this newspaoer, as well as all AP news disp'atches. " " roorns, den, floor furnace, fool frontage, Ugol Notice I'N . -HIMFSTIAB IN THS MATTER QF PF No. 1?15 i, d,e,cease<J of 4eped,ent: jforth Pine Street, fjope, Af« b "" WANTED TO BUY Pine Pulpvyooo by] Truck Load Cut in VVgods or otherwise. HAROLD HENDRIX , phone PR 7-*4321 - 16th & Louisianai Hope, Ark, 90r FIVE-room house poar ; Expert nient Station', .Vacpnt.,, Paj-gain, ' J-.EQNARP E'LWS Peal, Estate, Ipswapce L,onns 108 East Sec'ond Street Pho'pe 7'222J 37-3tc AT HI West Avenue C * ju.st walk, ing distance frorp up towp, 'this > ; lovojy roomy 3 bedrpopi hQme^ ' with g baths jn excellent eon,dj«! tion, double carport) garage, -is, situated pn a shady }ot with 'a' beautiful Jawn of ?oysia grass; FHA approved for fjria.jipjng'" j f a» quires "only $400,00 down -nay* ment plii? closing' costs, Can' accept your-present {]om.e-" by aapQinjjnen}• Phone 7 5800 S, Elm, 'MoUART New Open SMITH'S 6INIRATOR end STARTiR SHOP 106 $, Walnut $t, «.phi8, 7-?-?51 RlJ»HHfilIng'?l| mak?? * m°d?fs ana ?17 South Business Oppprtunitif i Ont Biy BurJgl Ambulonc t -J? 4!

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