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MOP § STAR, H8 P §, A RK A MS National Grid Loop Looks Good Again 1 In'Ml so peaceful mid foil of motherly love tiif.V appeared rhorc I like Quhker seminnrs. But Monday the bubble burst, The NFt, n\vn"i-s were nctihg like .NFL uwtu-is. Commissioner fieri Boil confirmed it in « backhanded . soi; of way Fights Last Nigh* By fH6 ASS6GIAtE5 Natl Champ in Last Pol! 8y RALPH BfeRNSEIN The roinmiFMoner p r c s i d t- tt Associated Prfesfc Spofs Writer M.'t ihc finniml curly draft ses- PHlLADKLPHlA '.A Pi • TIM- sion donna which the clubs draft- Knilonal Footbtill Lea*. .10 i- he- crl 'in of the nation's top fcollCge ; ginning to look mori- : iki- i'«elf . (ooibnll players lowii's H finely j Sy B5N OLAN nfjiitn ilJunciin. ;i fine passing quarter- [ Associated Press Sports Writer luu-e Ixi'k from linva. was the No. 1 Lmiislnnn Plate, thr nation's .-_—„„_ . ™_n..-=i. ' "nly major uri'beaten. untied tenin. ! ed Roland Iran up pn ovi-rwbeltninp plnrnlitv York. 10. j in the finnl Associated Press coi- I ll'ltt 1 footbfill poll of 1!)5H to win j ilfi first Mtttioniil championship. The ftnyoii Timers, Illnii! of the; Southeastern Conference, collected 131) first-place voto? fioin amnnc the piirliciwitin!! 212 spoils u-!-it- urs nnd hroadcasters. lowu finished spccnd. followed by Army. Auburn. Oklnlmiiia and Ilic Air Force- Academy Louisiana Stale will ivcrivp. !hr> second Associated Pies^ nnliuiuil footbnll rhampion?hii> trophy. Au- Sydney — ttussell Sands. 134' , Australiii, stopped Louis KUifipe 131 '2. South Africa. 8. j Providence, h. 1. — AHiJia |fo:i do. 182'i Italy, outpointed J .ful<' NI-VC&. 1«3. Portu-nl, 10. Philadelphia — tjf>(? Jonesj IP: Sf'nv York, stopped Don lafiij. Philadelphia. 2 New York — Lit try Springfield, Mns. 1 - . ontpoip- lfmi 2 . No "HIS HOME'ON FIRE—2000 MILES AWAY...'V Good neighbors mnke good people to do business with. Take this case—n husband 2000 miles away on a business trip when fire damaged his home, Yet thanks to his fire insurance agent, a good neighbor, his insurance program, was in good order and everything taken care of: Damage inspected, report made to the insurance company, temporary repairs taken care of and an appointment arranged with an adjuster upon his return. This is the personal, friendly service you get from an independent Capital Stock company agent. My business is protecting you. I'm right, in your neighborhood-so it?s easy for you to reach me when you want advice or help. Roy Anderson Insurance Agency Roy Anderson Mary S. Evans George Frazler 210-So. Main Hope, Ark. ti*. i r - \ \ Christmas ... gh\o him his favorite t t witk a. r&d.tie! A AA 4* OP Jipj-c's 3 jure way tp ' l)iins. They fii 10 fflllar *tylw, are "Mitoga'MaiJQjyd pi fiuj; fabrics, Conij)}pte 'liis gift,wStl» jie m)d a £)iillns — Roy Hnrris 19!), C nnd Shoot. Tex., outpointed Di nic KleciTinn, Ifl2, Mirllothian. T< 12 Richmond. Calif. - Sixto Rod Suez, 170. Snh Ansclmo. Cal' e-litpointPd Hilly llti'r'r, 1G3, S TJicito, 12 cnlls — he.!) tin " | Star Classified Ads IN 0»l« BAY IIFORI PUiLISATiaN ~ PHONE 7*3431 toft AD TAKER O The schodulepf SolUtiaf ,.- piinted bemv, has beefa takfiii ' .m John A1AH khight's golutta^ i ,i)!es. Plan/your days so that . i will be flying in good teffHoi-y ,,. hunting it good covef dtlflttg " ! =e 'imes, i you v.''sh to fihd the u~ t pport t^at each day hag td r^ j burn won the first last LSU rolled over 10 opponents, opeiiini: with n 2G-U victory ovr." Ulce Sept. 20 and closins wi.th n 112-0 nlinihlliition of Tuhme No" 22. The Timers had only two close pick. .Green Bay ,'olccl.od the 21- ypnr-olrl B.I.U Ten .<4ar Then ] J ,e]l nnd the owno'-s sa- eludtfd Uiemselvor, in executive session. Apparently there was fire Florida ,10;7 a' Sliit" 7-(i. They sfcoiv i!7fi points to their oppompts' In Iho nationnl li:illo(liig, Lf- collecti'd !.!KI<I points on ;hc usi. bnsis of 10 points for a first pU. vcli'. 0 for scc'ind. i-lc. Iowa h 1,4,W. Army 1.-120. Atibuni 1.3!' 1 Okli.-homa i.300 nnrl the Air FD.. Acndemy 800. Io\vn. which v.-lll play Califorr. in tho Tio!-'- Bov.-l, replaced A> burn, -which hud hold second i la-si- week's poll. Auburn squee?< past Ahibama 14-8 in its sen. 1 - 1'inole last Saturday Army iriovccl up n couple notches on tile strength pf its .211 victory over Navy. The Cade record was marred oijly . by a with' Pittsburgh. While Qklahom i diopped two riiiifis. The Air Ft ... Climbed up from eighth f "' "I told them I'dVdn'T'wnnt to bo j d °wninji Colorado 20-14. a o/nr. 1 have alwnys tried to run) The first 1C v/as rounded OM'. i Mils league by persuasion." he by Wisconsin, Ohio State, -"Syr;, off. r. The Maj Lv.idfuce times sho a ni i a ha vvorks. Bell fold Hie press: thorn (the twin 1 us) ID stop f told could hove my job." Bell nltomptcd to smooth over tho discjosnre by d'eseiityny it a henrl-ttt-honr.t .confab Iwith Ins bosses. "T-lo sjiicl he wrsn'l angry. didn't threaten anyone said. "1 t,o,!.d them bickering among Iho individual o w n e r s, tho sciua\i')<itiff by conches has got to stop. 1C it doesn't I'll have to run the league by the book instead of persuasion. If T can't run the league the way the book says, 1 will give up my contract." The owners relorted. so Bell reported, by giving the commissioner a unanimous vote of confidence and told him to operate by Iho book come what may. The <$5Q,000-a.-yonr commissioner said ho w;'s annoyed by accusations made by each other and owners against against him. Ho intimated someone called him a stooge., He snid he was nnnoycd with coaches squawking about officials. cuso and Tt-xas ChrlflUn jii Um' order. TCU. upset by Soulhci Methodist, slipped from seven' ' place. The top 10 teams with first-plnec- votcs in parentheses; ). Louisiana State (139) 2. Iowa (.17) a. Armp (13J 4. Auburn- 1.9) 5. Oklahoma (10) (i. Air Force (2) 7. Wisconsin (13) 8. Ohio State <3i 9. Syracuse (1) 10. Texas Christian Second 10: Mississippi Clemson (1) 24G, Purdue ISCAFIor- ida J34, South Carolina;. 101, Cali- 78, Notre Dame '(1) 0:0n 3:50 10:53 4MO liursd.-i 11:45 5:30 Ki-ulay / ]2:U5 6:25 rd;,/' 1:05 7:20 Sin-day 2:00 8:15 Periods afe shown IB . These beglli at the and last for an hour ,, or two hours there- Thewlinor Periods, shbvvtt in rrc'iilar t/pe, are of Somewhat shorter di/rnllon. A. M. P.M. Inor Major Minor Major 10:30 4:15 11:20 5:05 0:55 12140 6!50 1:35 7:45 2:30 8:40' State 49, Rutgers (1) 46. 3y HUGH FUU.ERTON JR. ssociated Press Sports VvYlter was the start of- a brand basketball snas.on. ,but-;some- h<iv Hie names seemed familiar. Lost WttttE and black spotted females iorricr. tteward, Phone 7-4910. 28-tf Wonted For SdU ALtJTVIltStUM SCi-eehs, doors, stoi-m Windows, \vealher * stripping) ifY* sillatioh. foofiiig, aWrilhgs, gut> tcfifif*. ornattiefttal failihg. Pl-^a estimates. Ahdy Andrews, Phorid •J-5867. 941 Mope Staf route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office. Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Bttrial Association tfManAL HOME Dial PR ?'2123 20-lrn-e Business Opportunities 1950 STtJttroEAJCES pickup, dattle bed. heater, clean aftd in gOdd condition. Phone 7*2204 of 49-tf COLDSPOT Refrigerator, like new, also good used gas range and small dinette suite. Will sell fen' Bonnble. Call Donal Parker, ?• 3431. 174( OPPORTtWlTY MAN OR WOMAN Responsible' person from this area, to service and collect from auto- malic dispensers. No soiling. Car rc'fet'ences and $400 to $800 investment necessary. Four to eight houi's weekly nets up to $250 monthly income, For local interview give Name; Phone and particulars. Write P.O. Box 1012, Mindon, Louisiana. 2-ltp Wonted to Buy CUB IrH or other small tractor with'.disc and turning plow. Write Box 98-N. 2-Gtc For Sale or Trade hen maior college court . restricted by NCAA rules lijl ;i Dec. 1 start, charged 'into t. Uon Monday night, two All nerica players of the . 1957-58 sjason, Cincinnati's husky • Oscar 'obcrtgon and tiny Don Hennon 'l Pitt, aeain were listed among ic Reading sharp shooters, And ' \\ ere the winners Why, West Viiginia, the nation's o. 1 team . Inst season in The Kssocinted Press ranking , . r,.ii Southern Methodist o2 Oklnhonui f Ko ntueky, the NCAA champions } ALL 6 VOLT STARTERS AND GENERATORS - REBUILT - $4.95 EXC. • All Parts For Cars And Trucks I '• All Size' Full Cop Tires, Also New And Used Tires! 1 > Wylie Gloss & So Hwy. 67 Wesf Hope, Ark. Ivage Co. 1 Pho^ne 7-2786 mwm BIAPI (LECTRIC Cincinnati and Kansas State, rated No. 2 and 3 last spring; and just about all the other perennial'.winners. West Virginia, winning Us 37th consecutive panic in Southern. Conterence competition, lost nn| early lead against Furman and trailed by a point or two through most oC the s-econd hall. It wasn't until three Furmnn players had been bunched after accumulatiris Jour personal fouls that West Virginia drew away to win 76-67. Robertson, 15 pounds heavier than last sec son and playing ,1 new role as pivot mun, paced Cincinnati to a 93-154 victory over Indiana State. He needed less than a half to rack up tho 10 points he needed to pass the l.COO mark. Tall Bob Boozer of Kansas Stale scored 4"i points for a school record PS UIP Wildea's downed Purdue 06-33 in a rouah game • in ONE 24 ft. .Aluminum House Trailer. -New tires, electric brakes, directional lights. Electric hol- .watcr -.tank, Refrigerator, .Butane cook stove. Sleeps four. Call 72201.'.Can be seen nt City Furniture:-Co., Hope; Ark. 2-3tp USED furniture of all kinds. Bod room sets, stoves, living room sets, appliances, odd chairs and etc. City Furniture Co. 7-2201. 2-12tp. 3 SMALL tracts of land near town suitable for chicken farms. 80 acres.Umber land two miles out of Foreman, Ark. See Ralph Saunder? or Phone 7-4001. 19-tf LOVELIY Ceramic gi't'ts. priced reasonable. Proceeds tor Kitchen Fund. Altar Society. Old Stewart's Jewelry Store. 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. 29-Clp 174 AOR-ES. good house two miles south Shovcr Springs. Benrden. PR 7-3052. W. B. 1-Btp '51 OLDS four door. A-l Condition. New tires, radio and heater. $4'S)5 ' Will arrange financing. Call -.7 2487. ••'•>• 2-tt GOOD Johnson grass hay delivered to your barn. 50c 'per bale, anything over 5 bales. Call 72261 days or 7-2257 nights. 2-12tp WANT AD RATES All Want Ads are fcoyab'e , !n odvoncfc but ods will be a'ccepted 6v^r Ihe telephone and a6-.omddo> ti6H accounts, allowed with th* ufi- defstfirtdiha the dccdufit is pciyabld when statement -Is rendefed. Numhef &f Wbfds Up to 15 ]6 to 20 t6 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 §6 to 40 41 to Ono Dav .45 .60 .75 90 ),05 1 20 ! 3 4t> to/'SO t 50 three 1 Davs .90 1.20 t 50 t.p<5 216 240 770 300 Six Days 1 50 200 2.50 300 3 SO 400 4?d 500 6ne MontH 750 900 1050 1200 13.50 1S.OO CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I time i 9 tlhics 6 times 80c pet Irieh 65c pit inch 5Se per inch , Rotts, quoted obbvc afe -fOf coti-. Secutlvc ' Insertions Irregular of sHo dote ads will take the one-day ra'J All dally classl'ied advertising cop; will be accepted Until 5 p.m. for pLihliratir"- >•'"• following day. The 'publi'sher reserves the right to fev!se or- edit oil advestisements of fered • for <. publication and to reject any objectionable advertising stib- mit'eH. Initials of one or more letters, groups of fidures, such as house of .telephone nurohers count as one .word. *The l-lope Staf'will not .be .responsible for errors |n Want Ads unless errors are ^called to our attention after F|R$T 'it^frtion of od and then for ONLY tho ONE incorrect insortir^' PHONE;'PROSPECT 7-3431 ONE Beagle dog and three pups. Contact Norman Moore. 2-3tc For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7 7 9955. 8-lmoc The Negro Community Esther Hlck> Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day " The wise carry their knowledge do their watches, not for but for their own use — Brosvne. Calendar of Events The Yerger Band Mother's C]ub Will hold its regular meeting Wednesday, Dec, 3 at 7:30 p.m. All mcm'taers are asked to be present. which the lead hands 10 times during the Civst half. Booxer counted 23 points frum the foul lino. ' Kansas, with P^n Loneski talo ing up some (A tho slack caused bv the departure of Wil* Chamberlain, vyhipped Hiee S'j-lD, Npbras- 1<B routed Nrrthwcft M'^sourl State 85-14 and Iowa State beat South Dakota fi^-S'). Jlean, i Pitt's a-B'/j' sharp shooter tossed in 28 points, whilo his toarn was losing to Michigan 75-55., Kentucky. minus most of the stars of its championship tearrt, won Us ?lst straight ooe.ninc fjame, bent in« Florida State 91-68. ' Indiana's 1953 Big Ton chain'* pious, another team Unit ha? JosJ heavily, <?aiied nn sophpmpros to whip Drnko 68-59. North Carolina State, usually' n Southern power, opened with P, 70 victory over-Penn State. The 80 Voice Congress Chorus, undqr the direction of Mrs, Dodio Colbert, will appear at the New Light CJ/IiE Church in Nashville, Sunday, Dec, lie is invited, The Ycrser-Shnver Street PTA are comoiling all anniversaries, in memorlam, in service, meeting date, birthdays fnv a birthday calendar starting Jan. 1, ]0. ! i t ). .All names printed on the Calendar arc SOc each, For information contact: Mrsi B, L. Brittinn, Mrs, Ophelia Williams, M'rs. Lulfl Gamble, Will V, ;JUithorford, or Rosaoe Smith. White Rose Chanter No. 416 of will hold its Inst rcanlar meeting of Iho vear on Tuesday, Pec, 2 nt 7:30 p.m. at Pavii,- Qhnpel Methodist Church, 'Mom- Ijers are urgfid to bo present. Obituary N9ti? e 'Mrs, Agnns M'uldrosv died at her home Sunday, Nov. 30. Funeral arrangements arc incornnlote and -will bo announced by Hicks Funeral Homo, Jnc, Players Go ,CHit r After More Money Associated Prgss §p?r{? WASJiJNQTON iAP), league baseball players ..took initiative today in an q'l-out for increased salsries. Th,?.v , o| the club owners' totji} players' loat>ue of and Eddie Yogi , of j.o.n.j arranged to confer with owners. Th?y planned I,Q re 1C team ye.pro$ei}latjvfts a meeting Monday, the represepiMives yotfd, , mp,usly to ask lor- 15 p,or cc^l pj ' &u-' over-all ania draft rules uavmjttine aiw numbpr of picks from (ho snm" plub as long ts the players had bf pn n)«Y)ng bal] for fniir yonj;s, Th^e thrp-B tpfims wero Vnocouver ol thp Pfloji'ie Q,p,ast .{^.aenp nnd W,,Va,, and Wichita of the fij-s! time in many year'! TT- if pvcr — tsvo m p n who w»''o league rosters when (he ..draft started dipped, to the minor" ajjjj vel'oundod to the big time all in a miouip or two, Milwaukee selected c\ut> r Jim Pisnrji from Ri Che hjt .313 nt Qenvpr), thp were pver |ho 40-man' limit. Jo _ptit n man so they firsi baseman 'Earl Hcrs,h to Wich ita. Pftrojt orom|illv pinljod un og'ilje Tigers one over Jimjt, fto. they transforred Lou tn pharleslon, Almost" \\i\~ lj'. \Skizas was drafted by While §°?J. whc? gjso taok a NICELY Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only. No drinking. 801 TSast;3rd. 3-tf UPSTAIRS apartment. 3 large rooms and private bath, 203 High Street. ••-... . 15-tf- 5 ROOM Ijrlck house, Close in. Call 7-3207, • 29-3tc UNFURNISHED four rooms and bath duplex apartment. 1002 S. Elm, 7-2253. 2-3tp 5 ROOM house. 301 N. Ferguson St, Call 7-3557. . 2-6to 3 ROOM unfurnished apartrncnt'. Private front'and back-ontrjance. Screened in .back porch, Adults only'. 7-3613.- / -2-.3tp' Services Offered LIST UB renovate youi- old mattress. We specialize In prei»url- zed tnnerspring. ' COBB MATTRESS SHOP 713 West 4tb, Phope 7-3WI " M RALPH Montffornwy Market, c«» rr/m slaughterbig. We have meat for your deep freeze. 3e«' us.be- tore buytiKf. 17-tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO; Sales apd Service, 513 East 3rd. L, K. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695, ' POWER Saw available for removal of trees, stumps and < etc, For free estimate call 74052, 26-1 mo. c GIVE her a gift certificate for Christmas from Diane's Boauty Salon, Phone 7-31)8, 2-tf Notice Buy W«"R*nt R n, A P Pejpney, Howard Collier, 592. Free B»t}WBj*i,- Rates , ' - ' Hnve Vsp? «r Will Tr»Y*J PRBSCOT? TRAKSFEU •j. Brother? Jfpusg ers. Insured anA free Write Rarham Brothers A,rkapsas. • iE puy ai>d sell and bric.a-brac, PYPRS QUK SHOP, patmos i Springs Roa4, phone 7--2Q57, THE I^napp Shoe for this area is the Opportunities 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.' Woshburn; Secy-Tres, at The Star Building 212-14 SoutS Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donol Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Mcch. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post,Office at Hope, Arkansai, under the Act of March 3, 1897. . ' Member of (he Audit Bureau of< Circulations Subscription kotos (payable in advan:'j) By carrier in Hope and neighbjrlna towns — Per week .......................... * ,30 Per year ........................ 1460 By mail In Hompstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard qnd Miller Counties — One .month ..................... $ •'* Tfirec months .................. Six months One "year ................... °' •*i*j All ''Other moll — • One month ........... .. ....... ••• 1'" Three months ................... 3,91! Six months ........................... 7.80 One year .............................. 15.60 3 - 5 » Nat'l Advertising. Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterlrk Blda. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 "'oxos Bank Bldg., Dalla'p 2, Texas; 360 N. Michloon AvB-, Chicago 1, III.; 60 HJ /(2nd "St., NfW York .'7, .N. Y.; 176X Penobscor B|dq., Detroit 2, Mich,; Terminal Bklg, Oklnhomo City 2, pkla. Member of The A«»cloted Prei«: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for reput?llcatlon of all the local news printed In 'this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. .Tovlor & Jordan 0 USIP CABS — BODY SHOP -i.' FOREIGN CARS — , S16.,S, H???l Phone 74022 QrvjUe Taylor • Jphn Bill Jprdan WANTEP JO pine Pu)pw9po ijy Truck Cut In W<?9d§ Pr Ptherwe, HfNORfX ; A , Arki GRIUl CAFE U BRIAK|A5T 35s mi Ambulant*

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