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STAR; HCM, ARKANSAS , Mswmfcgr 4, W58 Hope JrVill Defeat Con way 2 8-14 "- * §y J6HN fi. gf ABB Associated Press Spans W/. IttftN LOOKING AT HIM f° otl - ntl «'cek ending Oct. SJ'wns olip io strengthen the heart >*> Of fl fumbling fni-ecnster. Exc-j>l / 'for DID Hot Sprlncs-Blythcvillc utv ^Set \vo hit nil the major sanies. Bui success docs not carry ot.n- '- fidenee inlo this week's sl.'ilc. One; -''game alone — Liltlo Rnck Central „ at North Little Hock - piictM enough shudders for n wr-ek nf horror movies. \ , So we'!) jump blindly into Hint - cnp nnd lot the others full where lhay mny: ".," North Little ftoc'k 21, Contra! 18; - Yes, dint's the way we see it, if ; for no other reason thin Hint t,ho ' Wildcats hnvc the TigeiT on thn .^"Wor.thsidc field for the first time history, Further, North Little hns been eyeing (his our for Weeks while Central has boon eye. ing. Its roster hi BOO if there wei;e "enough boys left to play. ; ' Little Rock Mall 3"), Subiaeo 7: £ w Anyway you look tit it. il, stacks I ~*~up -as No. i! for the inspire,-! "t /"Warriors. -' !U,TJ£1 'Dorado 33, Blylhevillo 12; / »«~Jt's too much to expect a doughty , *•«• band of Chicks to pull off n sec- ?"Z3 5nt ' ^traitfht shocking upset. El f ,, Dorado's got Uio No. 1 position in the, 'Stnte to protect. | ^ 'Fort Smilh 2;i, Hot Springs 10: " J, fhc Grlxzlies have been coining 1 / Jilte- seven since an onrly loss to s- ^ Eli' 'Dorado. Hot Springs is due ^^s.omo improvement from last T * .week's showing but it will necct 5' r luck qnd improvement to sidetrack '-' t the Fort Smith express. -' '." 'Pine Bluff 21. Toxnrkann 14: ; Two weeks ago, we'd hnvc picked f t this (he other way. After the Fort * Smith game, we said the Razor- r - „., backs couldn't bo thai bad. Then ',, ' came Bl Dorado nnd we started ¥ ^,,Wondering. The Zqbrns are beat- 'j ,.. ing-no worlds, but they have the . •• • home field advantage. !"'f', "-Hope 28, Conway 14: The Hob M Tut MIB&L& tit: win IS for three clowns against Georgia Tech and ho flung n 22-yard pass for a touchdown. Saturday, Don was> used sparingly against Texas because his inacliviety had made him rusty. He came inlo tho game with SMU trailing 10-0 in the third pc- ^,J\cnts get another "chance to prove |-.,wliy- they're the toi>r:vted Class ' "" ( AA" team in Ihe slate. s, ( • ' And quickly: ^*',SiXoam Springs over Harrison, ',' >, J?ogers over Berryville, Joplin, i-.iMo., over Siiringdnlc, Van Huron !, '",'PVCi^ Uuntsvillo, Foitrest Cily over | ' Jonesboro, West Memphis over '• '" Helena, Newport over Wynne, i '. Marianna over Stuttgart. | '•; Arid further: ,"' „ Malvern over Benlon, Littlo Hock Catholic over Russellville, ' Jacksonville over Scarcy, Morril- ''." ton'over'Mabelvale, Camden over Smncko\'er, De Queen over Cam- riotl, Meredith, who set a new collegiate record last year • with a .00 average foi completions, isn't up to that (his season but'he still has quite a record considering the- lime played. He has."thrown 54 nnd completed 36 for .667'and 448 den Fairvlew Magnolia. and Gurclon over Meredith Is Back and So Is SMU Team Southern Methodist' has Texas A&M, Arkansas, Baylor and Texas Christian to play. Fans think SMU will ti.ke those' unless, something happens again to Meredith. So, SMU is hoping for n'-TCU victory ovei> Rice.. Only- in that way can the Methodists'" get into tho championship race.. Because the Meredith-minus Mustangs . lost to Rice, DALLAS — Don Meredith's £ ;>bqck nnd Southern Methodist t'f 'ready 'to make its move. rs^The Methodists, who got inspira- for victory over Georgia just because Dangerous Don, , 'mighty passop, was oji th« Ph called on tho eonfk'pnt >' t qunrterback to trip over Texas, j." : He', did with a touchdown pass i, and his own TD score as SMU % Dallied, to win 26-JO and jumn back tho Southwest Cou/urunpo had beon out of action when he finally into tl)Q linoup. It was Mental Lapse Is Feared by Porker Coach FAYETTEVILl/E 1 , Ark, CAP) -.. Coach Frank Broyles today work- od against a possible "mental letdown" by tho Arkansas Razorback football team. Broyles said he" feared a drop; tSrom tha spirited play which last Saturday- led to the Porkers' first Victor)- of the season — a 21-8 lacing of Texas A&M in a South- West Cojufernnco clash at Colje/'f Station, The team previously had lost bix games tin's season, Ag'ainst Hardin —' Simmons in, Little Rock this weekend, Broyles said, "I hope wo can piny thp same, type af^ determined 1 footbnj) For Sofety — For Silence —- We Install International Pqrts Mufflers • A!) Welded Construction t "Silikofe" ProNetisn • Guaranteed for Uife of Car • NQ In5ta||atipn Charge Wylie Glass & Salvage Co, Hope, Ark, LSU Continues to Cling to TOD *• 9f*' A Football Spot By. HUGH FULLERTON JR. Associated Press Sports Writer '- Louisiana State, Iowa and Army •held their, places on top of th weekly Associated Press foolba' ranking poll today, but after thn it was a case of anyhing — an 'anyone—goes. Ohio State and Colorado wen clear out of the top 10 after las Saurday's lickings, Auburn, bare ly victorious, went down a note to make room for astoundin Northwestern. Mississippi, nfto losing for the first 'time, droppe three places. L.SU, one of two unbeaten anc 'untied major college teams, main taineri its slender lead over once tied Iowa in the balloting of 1C sports writers and broadcasters by a margin of 1,443 points tr J-,379. The Tigers from Louisiana clr.e.w 82 first-place votes an lowq's Hawkpyes 54, Army, the leader two weeks ajj' before it was tied by Pittsburgh was named first on only sevei ballots, but piled up 1,105 points lor third place. Points are counted on the of 10 for each first place vole, ! lor second, etc. 'J?hu first three places continupc to reflect the results, LSU con quered Mississippi, 14-0 in then struggle for the Southeastern Cjn- ference lead. Iowa routed Michigan 37-14 and Army ran over help less Colgate 68-G, An oven sharper reflection oj results gave Northwestern fourth place by a bare three points OVPI who had dropped out of the top 10 after losing to Iowa, beat Ohio State for the first time in 10 years, 21-0, Auburn just scratched out a 0-& decision over Florida, Ohio State, rated fifth a week ago, dropped clear to 10th after its defeat. Mississippi dropped from sixth to ninth a.ftcr losing to the lenders, Colorado, n 23-7 victim of Oklahoma, fell fj-om ninth jn the rankings olwnr out of sight, AS a result Oklahoma, 1 \yiscon sin, Purdue, Mississippi, nnd tho unbeaten AJr Force Apademy iBfini- filled tho last five pieces in the top, JQ. The tflf) Jfl, \vHJi fJrst-plflce votes in' Upsets Mean Bad Monday Practices 3,'tp.wa 13, '§• Auburn (?>' &• QJStohemn (fl) 815 812 9. Mississippi , , 878}0. Air force , ,. 228 Second JO: Tc^ns Christian 20!); Syra.cu.se (3) l?5; Rice JIG; Notre- North Carolina (}) |UB; fjl JA3; CJpmisgn is,; Florida 39; " Mettwiist 26. Oljio JBI ", Bj-oylos we tho , the ses- a ' nu.mfe?y si By JACK CLARY Associated Press Sports Writer Someone once said, "The worst thing about being upset on Saturday is next Monday's practice." Monday is always a day for.'rectifying mistakes — generally'-'without, pncls—but when you have to face the ones you weren't -supposed to .make then it becomes downright uncomfortable.' Ask Texas A&M. The Aggiqs took a 21-8 lacing from hitherto winless Arkansas last Saturday night n i a S o u t h w est Conference game. Monday, they uut on full -practice 'gear for a night session. The Agpies meet upcoming Southern Methodist, and .its star passer Don Heredity Saturday. Tho Asgies 'also counted tri captain Rich Gay, their blockin back, out for the. season with bum knee. Enrt Travis Ncvill wi miss tho SMU game, also with knee injury, Ohio State Coach Woody Hayes not accustomed to losing, had hi Buckeyes out foi a full workou following the 21-0 loss to Nortl western, their first Big Ten los in 20 games. Hayes replaced 20? pound Oscar Hauer with senio Danny James. Hauer, a soph, ha [he most playing time on th Bucks' squad. Houston's Hal Lahar also shoo up his squad, after the Cougar lost 215-20 to Tulsa in a Missour Valley game, He,, named 1 changes in ploying personnel, sij >n the first learn. ,*" Houston also Jost its No, sround-Ejainer, Don Brown, with < cracked elbow bone. Injuries rocked another upse victim. Pitt, 16-13 loser to Syro use, hnd quarterback Bill Kali nen out with a charley horse lall'back Dick Haley suffering "com a- twisted knee and tackle ten Montanari under observation or a possible hep.d injury, All are expected to 'be ready or Notre Dimes, Saturday. South Carolina,' which lost JQ-6 o Maryland in nn Atlantic Cpas Conference game Saturday, won hrougli offensive and. defensive •ontact drills, with special en> •• •§ * * * • '^jj^ . i l^^fcM ^k'~^B^h ^H ^A H Hope Star Classified Ads ABS MUST §g IN DAY IHdAf PUILICATIdN — PHONI 7*3431 WR AD TAKER The schedule of SolUnaF as printed below, has beefl takett from John Aldeh Knight's Seltlttaf Tables. Platt your days sd that you will be fishing in good or hunting in good doVer during these times, if you wish to find the best sport that each day has to ottet. The Major Periods are show* in boldface type. These begin, at the times shown and last for an hoUf and a half or two hours there* after. The Minor Periods, showti In regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A, M, P,M, Minor Major Minor Major Tuesday 11:20. 5:00 11;.40 5!25 WodiH's 5:50 12:05 6120 Thursday 12:35 6:45 1:00 7:15 Friday 1:30 7:40 1:55 8:10 aturday 2:25 8:35 2:50 9:05 Sunday 3:20 9:35 3:50 10:05 St rvieti L£f Ul f«BoV*U tf*n, We ltd eem ?il Witt 4th, ifi did RXLP8 (6f Mgfket, , W« havi de«t> fre*te, 8e« Ul be- SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and Service, SIS East 3rd. L, E, Sooth, Phdne PR ?'fJfJ91 CUSTOM slaughtering. Hogs $2. Cattle for hides. Hauled free up to 10 miles. Phorte PR 7-3578 or 7-2701. 274-mc Real Estate for Sole on pynting, ppss md pass protection. ^ Minnesota lost two niPJ'e vet with end rons for its Big Ten lepcjpr low?}. erry Gehrjng and- wta join ihp list o| hat have left the Qai?h,P/5. a 1 , •ictim of- inclfann l^st w Jiarviird, }9-a jpwej- tp ,'atohed films pi the game/. n extended. sHull session l n. Quarterback. "Charley povenpl," ha(?en VP -against Hie •as pronounced fij; fov Princeton alurday. Giant? Ruf How did ut an'end to Lh.e hat Batista's Pick Assured a Cuban Victory By LARRY ALLEN • HAVANA fP) — Former. Pre- nicr Andres Kivero 'Agtiero has von election by a wide margin to succed his political sponsor!' resident Fulgencio Batista, in- •ompleto returns showed today. A light turnout and bloodshed narked the heavily guarded balr oting in the revolt-torn nation Monday, but lopsided early lig- ires from the four-man race inctt- aled a landslide for Rivero. \guero. Unofficial tabulations from 3,7.17 — or 43 per cent — of the island's .,521 precincts give: Rivero Agii; TO 439,991 votes; Carlos Marquez Sterling 100.528; former President! Ramon Gau San Martin 68,649; Alberto Salas Amaro 7,754. Returns were' lacking on other aces. But government quarters xpressed belief most of their can- idnles for the Se.naie, House, six overnorships and 126 mayoralties ere being swept into office with. :ivaro Aguero, Hundreds of thousands of trio ation's 2,870,000 eligible voters— crhaps as many as 61) 73er cent— tayecl away from the polls, pathy and fear were factors. Hebel leader Fidel Castro had ailed fo ra boycott. With eight candidates killed during the campaigning, Castro threatened death to all other candidates and reprisals against Cubans who voted. Government sources predicted, however, that final returns would show about 65 per cent had disregarded Cnslro'p warnings nnd voted, 'Election day bloodshed included a mistaken exchange of fire between troops and a police patrol car at Marianao, the national military . headquarters. Soldiers shot at the police under the impression they were rebels. One man was killed, A rebel suspect was Wiled by police fire in Havana. Two gunmen fired from a car at the home of Vice President Rafaol Gaus Inclan, One was captured The vico president was not t|{ home, Two soldiers guarding a polling place in western Del Rio province A HOME FffiST 1J7 .West Avenue C. A lobely 3 bedroom, 2 bath home that will be vacant next weekend. Heated'.With floor furnaces and crfol- ed by, air condition window unit plus .attic £an, Ideal for family wanting, close in. F. H. A. financing approved. Only $400.00 down payment required, 06 N. Washington An extra large home for a large family wanting elbow room. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, den, dining' room, kitchen and breakfast room, all oh 150' x 150' corner lot. Vacant now. shady On Springhill Road about 1 mile out of town, fi'/a acres with 6 room stucco homo, outbuildings, extra home site, vacant now. On Springhill; Road 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, double carport, closets galore, large kitchen and. breakfast room, vacant now. On 211 North Main an older six room home that can be bought worth the money. Needs repairs and repainting, but save by the do it yourself method; and end up with a nice home at a low cost - $3,250.00. We can finance any.of the property. Why not .trade your home or other property in on one of these. F. H. A. - CONVENTIONAL G. I, LOANS;. FOSTlE'R .RE'A'LTY COMPANY 217 South Main ' Hope; , Arkansas Phone PRospect 7-4691 l-3to Uift Squirrel Dog, stub taiieldi gray, answers to name Stub, fte* ward. Contact Dave Ctiftlss. fit. i, Hope, Ark, 3'3lfi- ForSaU One Left! U.K.C. Registered Toy Fox Terrier puppies. Call Margie Harrie at Shipley Studio, 7'ofMl. 1'3'tc WANT AD RATES All Waiif Ads 4« paydb'S .'ft advance but dds will be qtceptS'J 6v^ \h6 t6i«f>HbfiS and ar^oifioda- flofl 8ccounls allowed *vl*h fh§ UH- defstdttdifid (he dicbuht is pdydbla wheh Mat^Hieht is tendered. • .Numbef 6f WofdS Ufi tfl IS 16 to 20 21 Id 25 56 lo 30 31 to 3S to 40 Bay .45 .66. .75 .90 1.05 1.50 ftifise bays .90 1.20 1.50 f.PO 2.10 ALUMINUM scteehs, dodfs, stbfm Windows, weather » stfippiflg, iii* sttlatioti, roofing, awnings, gut' terlng, ornamental railing, Free estimates, Andy Andrews, Photte 7-S86?. 9-tf MOUSfi TO BE MOVED • For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street, ttope, Ark. Raymond Byers Phone 7-295(5. 134-ttl-p 1950 ST'UDEBAKER pickup, cattle bed. heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7*2204 or 7-401L 29-tf FIVE room house. $1,000, A good buy to rebuild or move, Johjj W. Webb, Ozan, Ark, 21-lnvp 8 Acres, Hope edge, modern 4 room furnished. $6;000 — $2,500 down payment. Balance like rent. 196 acres, good stand of pine, some logs and pulpwood for market. $10,000, Terms. Strout Realty Agency. 620 West 67 Highway. 21-1-m-c 41 to 4S 1.35 46 to 50 1.SO Six days 1.50 tOO 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 3.06 CLASSIPIED DISPLAY 4.50 6.00 ISO 9\00 10.50 12,00 13.50 15.00 1 time 3 fifties 6 times sOe pef ihch 65c pet Ihch 55c per inch Rates quoted dbove dfd fof edn-> secutlve insertidhs. Irregular 6t skip date dels wJII take, the one-day rato. All ddily clossifidd advertising copy will 'be accepted until 5 p.m. tot publlcdtidh the following day, The publisher reserves the right to revise, .or .edit all advestisements of fefed for publication and to fefdct any' objectionable advertising submitted; Initials of one of More letters, groups of figures, such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The'Hbpe Star will not bo responsible for errors in Wont Ads unless errors are called to our attention after F.IRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the OKIE incorrect insertion. PHONE:-PROSPECT 7-3431 1951 OLDS Fordor, hardtop. Good second car. Call PR 7-2487. 27-tf RANUNCUIiUS Ready. Sunshine Greenhouse. Hwy. 67 E. 5 miles. 29-6tp TO tear down or move from property. Duplex now being use'd as hospital annex. See Dr. 3\ W. •Branch. 30-6tc FIVE room home. Dinette and carport. Completely furnished, .Sell cheap for quick sale. Phone 7 4047. . . 31-6tp CHOICE pa pei- Phone 7-3298. shell .pecans l-6tc ;OOD used divan. Call PR 7-3790. 4-«tc Female Help Wanted TWO waitresses. Apply in person, Diamond Cafe, Hope, Ark, 19-tf .AVON .Cosmetics has immediate openings for mature women not otherwise employed to service excellent Ayon territories, Can earn $2,00 or more per hcur. Pleasant, dignified work. Openings in Fulton, McNab,' McCaskill and Columbus. Car necessary, Write Ayon, Box 377, Hot Springs, Ark, 'Give directions to your home. 3-5tc For Ren* 18 HOUSES located on Hwy. 67 West and Tin Row. All sizes and condition. (Must be moved from properly Within 30 days from sale; For information; see Ralph Saunders. 7-4001. Sale starts 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 8th. "4-4tc Wanted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over, Apply at Hope Star Office. 'HARDWOOD lumber wanted, 4x4 green soft, hardwood lumber of the following species: Gum, Cottonwood, Willow, Ash, Hackberry Maple, Sycamore and Tupelo, 5x4 green Red and White Oak, will accept tie siding, Inquire for prices at McCoy Couch Furniture Mfg. Co., Benton, Arkansas. 31-4tc LOCAL trailors, Byers Gulf Ser. vice. Call Day or Night, 7-9955, 8-lmc-e UNFURNISHED house 142 W, 18th Street, No children under High School age, $45, Phone 2374 Bodcaw, ' ' 28-tf were wounded by gunfire, A polj ijca] agent and a bus driver wer* shot dead, Rivero Agvioro is pledged to carry on the policies of Btitistrii who has dominated Cuban poiitlce oddadon for a quf.j'ter century, 'Batista's fouivyear presidential ends next Feb. 24. die guard position, held Brown 50 yards under his average. Only once was Brown able to break away on a Jong gainer, victory moved the Giants nip pontentjon ' for the ISasteri} jjvisjori title in the National FOQ\, jaj} league with JB 4-? record Boe Cleveland, now is s.j thp Western. Conference, ' Unites pUpiied two as Baltimore run giving to six pomps "by Green Ba.y 56-Q. It was gist consepuljye game i« ^ I/nitps has (psscd fov a uwyJng hiiii to within two s>{ ,vecord, .CpUs' victery, cpupleij ' NIOpJLY. Furnished 4 room ment. .Adults only. No drinking. 801 'Easj;. 3rd, 3-tf Steal School Safe But Can't Open It '^I( PORAPO, Ark.. 'AP) — A safe was stolen from the high school at Mount Holly, about IS miles west of El Dorado, early today, .but' the* thieves abandoned Authorities said a, school officjal saw three men loading the safe in' le—whiph H later WE have a lovely Spinet Piano we will transfer to reliable local party or) small monthly payments. Write before wo send - truck. Bookkeeper, Joplin Pianp> Co., 312 Main, Joplin, Mo. '• ' ' 3-4tc GOOD used tin and lumlbeit, Boxing and 2x4 and 2x0, Also fresh Jersey milch cosy, PR 7*4810, , 4-Olc Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E, Palmer, President Alex. H.i Washburn, Secy-Tres. at The Sfar Building 217-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor S, Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Oonol Porker, Advertising Mgr. George: W. Hosmcr,' Moch. Supr. •Entered "as second class matter at the'-Post Office of Hope, Arkansas, under, rhe Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of h . 'Circulations Subscription (tolas (poyoble in, (j||.j : . ' . advan-'a) By'..carrier in Hope and neighboring; ' . towns •— Fer week S .30 Per-yeor li«0 By .mail, ,in -JMempstoad, Nevada, LqFayerte, ^owprcj.'and Miller Counties — ''''" One month .., ^ »..., $ .85 Three "monfhi' ..'. 1.85 Six 'monthiL'ai , 3.50 One year 6,50 Air'othe?'"'moll — * . One'month »'V.-,.' 1.30 *"' Three! months' ,„ 3.90 Six months s 7.80 One year ..„..., , 15.60 Nat'l Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterlrk Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn-! SOS Toxos Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan 'Ave,, Chicago 1, III,; 60 E. 42nd St., Nr-w York \7, N. Y.; 1763" Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla', . Member, of. The Awociorcd. frest; The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republicatlon of ail the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. - tj JJ ,. JM Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Burls} Taylor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS — 216.3, Hazel Phone 7-4023 Oj-vJUe Taylor • John Bill Jordan Dial'PR 7^2123 Help Wonted to their, dpyeloppcl had, been stolen, • HP gf»ve Phase in his cay and eventually the buj'gjsrs automobile* and spfe and ^ }nto the woods, Six men VW P- am*ted. Jgter for investigation In the •buy.glsry. A1J were heW t on open phai'gos, •.The" autPJ»ob!l9 wpg tije property of Billy MnvUn o| Smapkover, Jt stolen fj'pm Q parking pJiipe last night. wanted for 'Rawloigh Bus} ness in S. ftempstead Co. OF 3-jope- Real opportunity, 'No perience needed to start. S,ee Corwin Crow, iRt, 1, Bo^ Nashville or write ' Depl, AKK-64J-P, Memphis, Notice WS » Wf fell mmis as them, cjoser to since pi}terltig tli? are ft'tuij, of -at WANTED TO BUY by Truck Loat) Cut in WOQCJS or otherwise, HAROLD HENDRIX • .Phone PR 7-4321, 16th A Upuisiana, HQP?! Ark, Ki: ARAQB Inn;* Orn Diy lirvlst PAYI5 ir- Hfrndon-CorneJiui

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