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«J£ MOPE STAR, HOPt, ARKANSAS FIED fia? Before Publication Female Help Wanted fcJ.HMW ,s...«....t .....i. «0e per jftth Si~ii v< 5i-i^ * __ -. , . . J*A^ •"" i * !«***• qurfftd dtev* or* 1or eon- rilW insertlorts, (regular or skip- «b will tok* »lw ofte-day rat*, daily classified advirflsino copy 1* «cept6d until 5 p, m. for ertlbtv tb« «H6Whia day. n. pubtl*rt£r* reserv* <hs right M vlse or edit all odVertMuneftts of- ,,f«rtd for pablleotlon and to rejttt . ebteetiondble, advertising «ub- tM., „,„ IhitldU of one or mor« letttri, groups or flguret such as houi* or ttlepherutrjumber* coimfjos one word. -" >-, Tn« Hop* Star will not be respon- , tibia for errors In Want Ads unless if* errors ore colled to our attention '' Ulttt FIRST, Insertion 'of ad and then for/ONLY the ONE IncorfecMhsertlon. ^ PRbSPECT 7-3431 -i Stor. el Hop* 1199; Preti 1*27 M-Ccniollddtiid January 18, 192* a Published 'every, weekcte Ut"ij * *TAR< MJBLISHI *^&<'<t.:t,Jdmit,.r weekddy afternoon by HINQ CO. _ President h« ,iter Building - P (.l Street . , Editor"* PliblliWr Wul^JSneirMaildathrf Editor . - ", i*ti M.^bovlCAd#erfl<lng-'Mdrid9*r j/W/'HSiriicr, Much; SUpt. ' A * * ^ *, .* !f>.^ Entered fef*«eeond ilosi mot tor at it Office at Hope/ -*Arkon§ei; ir the.Act of March 3, 1897. • 5 MemberVof -the Audit Bureau ef ,-tfiwU.» Circulations *, Subscription Sates (payable In ad•"*•" i.i, , -vaneo)i ^By ; cofrler r ln~Hope und neighboring 'y '' .towns— f'j.Per ,week 25 SAB.., year ^ , 3 _ 00 ,„. _V moll Irt Hempstead, Nevada, iLaFttyette, Howard, and Millar coun- Jties^"? '••" " r?.On«" month -.»; 85 ?ThM«»'' months , 1.60 , Six ctnonths ..'. 2.60 s,0n«, ,y«ar -.,'. .-. 4.50 .. .................... 1.10 $1JhnM' months ....:,*... ................... 3.25 "i$lx-ymonths . ....... ;.*,....'. ............. ;.. 6.50 w/jwor 1 , . .......... ,.". ...................... 13.00 Net'i; 'Advertising Representatives: Arkansas, Dailies', Irfc.; , IW Sterick - ildg.', / Memphis "2/ Tetin.; " 505 Texas * "lt'Bldg.^.Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. ' ori Ave.,, Chicago )/ III,; 60 E. t./' New Y6rk '17, N. Y.; 1763 * Bldg.,', Detroit 2, Mich.; Oklahoma City 2, a , ! ,, , , lM«mb«r~ofj-Th» 'Associated Press:' I1 'socldtecf~f ress "Is entitled ex- to^-trfe-use 'for*republlcaflon • v R.of all th? local news printed In this 'newspaper, as well as all AP news ^dispatches. ' ar»-S;£OR SCtyOOL BUS PAINTJNG |' * r ««»f IM* ^"JORDpN'S BODY SHOP f > , 500 8. Walfl^t Strvlcti Offtrtd tefiovatloh and W&tk Coblj Jvtatt Sonth Washlflgton. Phcms Mat. 4-t< work, paper hang ing, plumbing, Sceptic tanks in tmintry, Cement, brick laying. 5C. L. Charnbless, Box 188, Route 4, Hope, Ark. l-3t Funeral OAKCRfeS? FtTKERAL HOME INStTRANCE . , . AMBULANCE 2MD & HAZEL , .... PHONE 7-2153 AD-! Mo. TF HERNDON dORNELIUS: BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas, Call 7-5505 for our agents .A23-1 Mo. For Sole CAUTION Don't overlook the Pro-Labor Day 'TIRE SALE. Get a new tire & tube for less than the regular cost of a new tire at Oklahoma Tire & Supply 1D40 FORD, radio, heater, ait-foam cushions, undercoat, new tires. Phone 7-3776. 28-(H I'M dividing my bearded iris. Choice rhizomes from ten cents to $1. Arthur Gray, Ozan. •••••'• 28-Ot ONE practically new inner-spring mattress A and springs. $25. 204 N. Hervey. Roy* Johnson. 31-3t REFRIGERATOR, gas stove and 'other furniture. Call 7-4555. 31-6t REGISTERED Guernseys. Bred heifer cows, bull calves. Hale Guernsey Farm. Prescott, Ark. l-3t rOOD, gentle saddle horse. Saddle and bridal included. Phone 7-3701 or,7-2437. Cline Franks. Good Used TELEVISION SETS Real Bargains at JANE'S CAFE Washington, Ark. 2-ot TW,0 thoroughbred blonde, female cocker ..spaniel pups, 3 months old, See Reese Goodlett, 3 mi,les West of Ozan, HighWay '4, ', 2-3t ** ', \ * i | r .T , * f ,i* "%" '" •-"—- ^V"~— --, — ^p-1 - — — -* ) j f ,.. l -*.i, l 'tfij'yfl --- "%" " •-"—- ^"~— --, — ^p- - — — t - ) j f ,.. l -*.i, l 'tfij'yfly --20' x 30' frame building. Pittsburgh water hcnter, Call 7-2703 or write B.-C. Clark, 218 Prichard, 3-6t Help Wonted gFor' Repairs, Genuine Singer "pprts, and rental machines ' Center .Free Estimates , . DO YOU want spare time work? Man or woman, young or old. don't waste your time, it is valuable. Supplement your income or pension, Diversified interesting work, No selling or soliciting. Operating ' route of new type venders. Accounts established for you. To qualify must have good character references, 5 to 0 A <hours-a week to devote to the business, $475 to $950 working capital required, which is fully secured. If you can start at once. f and have the above qualifications, write to Box 86, Glenwood, Ark., give phone number for prompt Interview. 1-Ot [«jg9u|lderfs Supply Co. %T Phono 7-2381 * ' ^ i •','• ii*- ••*<( s," IrNPlAUTy BOX , "Air-Cpnaitioned", •» jftuW welaqher, Model Ja'mes' SI.. ' and Evelyn Moore > f J12 gpyth Main TOP'S Cut and „ .., Complete Re. /,*, pairs, New and , Used Parts. H'flhwsy 67 West 7-2767 Hope, Ark. Found FOUND; 12-ply truck tii-e,' fail- shape. Owner can claim at Mid- south Cotton and Supply. 3-lt H, E..».uck Highway 67 West LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Edge of City Limits West 60 Gallon Water Barrels for Sale Phone 7r4381 Hope, Ark. CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef cut and wrapped fop deep freeze. Beef for Peep Freeze 26 to 36 cents. Ralph Montgomery Mkt. Phone 7-3361 MATTRESSES RfbilUt or Made Into Innerwlno Work Gu»ranteed ^ *»«** Ont Pay Servle* «-*• DAVIS Furniture i M«ttr»n Co. 110 p, Elm Strt Phone 7-321? CROWN WESTERN SHARES »f 0|y«rflfl«dl inwmt rni4 •nd Pillii FMi>4 FrffptPtui •v*lliblw fr«p M, S, IATES, Af«irt . Hep., Ark. Ph 9 n. Y-W« ARMY SURPLUS Books t New and Ctething a £uns t Tops t QQ% C§ns f T ,^, ^ 9 3uok 6/sds <d end 'ftynjredi of othir REAVIS Acrew li»m Foit 1 CIARJJOP, free to work 6 nights a wetfk. Must be at least 18 years Of age. Apply in person to King's DYive-iri. 30-6t ONE : Waitress. Phone 7-9941. White's Drive-in. l-3t R«ai Estate for Sale Rice Still Considered SWC Threat By LEONARD SAFFIR HOUSTON, Tex. (INS) — The!New York Rice Owls, whosa whirlwind fin- Brooklyn ish vaulted them into n Southwest iMilwaukf IN ONE of Hope's nicest neighbor- Hoods, this attractive comfortable '*" fvaullc?l lne ^ mw . n . s "«:mve.st; Milwaukee 3 bedroom home is located on a c °n fcrc ™e co-champ.onsnip lastjCincinnati on anrl a victory in the Cot-j phi]adelphia Bowl, appear to hnv-j (he tal-lct t „„;,, season anrl ton NAflONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 1)2 48 .031 80 52 .606 6% 75 M GJ 67 spacious 90 ft. x 150 ft. beautifully landscaped shady corner lot. With large living room and dining area, nice kitchen with builtihs nnd breakfast area. Big roomy closets, all in excellent condition rjiu.. „„.. _ 1 10 in , HUUIUSI UlllU.-J Ul me SCI101 S HIS- St lirT'Jmi^ i ir :h Th« iory - - mashed Bnyiw - ^ in ™ house is newly painted with - a new 20 yenr roof. An excellent buy for those who want a homo [Pittsburgh eni and experience to stay wH.h|c n j ca ., o the "big hoys" this year despi < ,e|p itts t3 llr their graduation-riddled' squad. Last year's Owls pne of > the troatest clubs in the schol's 'his- Cl 00 00 72 56 77 40 80 .581 G'i .492 18 .409 21 .455 23 .431 27',' .348 37 . end of the season "must game" for a SWC tic with Texas and then went on to overpower Ala... , ,bama. 28-6 in the New Year's Dav close to uptown and grade school classic ^\*L f ^o B ^ ln fi <™ ailable ' H Jess'Ncley. the calculating Owl cated at 319 North iLlm- shown I ronch wilh a mi , Kl fm . a \. cUll . n by appointment only. j engagement to the Cotton Bowl, i',4 BLOCKS from uptown, we cnn! 1 "' 38 , as his greatest assel, and pos- offer a bargain to a big family. \f lbl ? tho nlost votuaSlc player to Nine big rooms and hall, 2'/, ba-i 1 " 5 ,." 1 ll ° ll ; oguc ~ Dick - v ths, screened side porch, 100'xL Moc g lc ' tllc broken-field runnin K !'•*••* J«J« '* > F nnritr T^ n»-» >..»» «,,!«—<„_! j_ J1 r~i t 200 ft. lot. plenty of storage and all furnished for only $0,500.00. Could be converted into 3 apartments. Financing available. AT 800 North Washington, this three bedroom home has a new roof and l-ecent paint job. Located on large shady corner lot in a nice quiet neighborhood, it is a real bargain at only $3,750.00. Can be financed. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY PR. PHONE 7-4691 31-3t BEAUTIFUL two-story home on 80 acres. Joins city limits. Will sell home and terms. 13 acres. Good RANCH type two bedroom home on 8 acres, in city limits. Good price. ONE of the best black land farms in County. Small down payment, balance 20 years.' 5%. COMBINATION farm and ranch on , highway 67, 10 miles Hope. Good grass and two overflowing wells. Good price, small down payment, balance 20 years. 5%. ISO ACRES on Highway No. 4 near Airport. $35.00 per acre. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY & INSURANCE CO. HIGHWAY 67 EAST. PHONE 7-4468 ' ., '•.'.' l-3t Notice fancy Dan was selected to the Cot- Yesterday's' Results Brooklyn 10. Chic n so 2 Philadelphia 5. St. Louis 4 (Only games scheduled) Today's Games Brooklyn at New York (night) Milwaukee at Cincinnati (night) Chicago at St. Louis (night) Philadelphia at Pittsburgh fnight) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet GB Atlanta iNcw Orleans m ton Bowl all-lime all-star team last; year with his great performance in piling up 205 yard-s rushing andJrhn'ttnnooB-i throe touchdowns scored. Chattanooga A spirited ballls for the vital quarterback post has developed between senior Atchlcy Proctor and Junior John Pinky) Nesbit Proctor, a 170-pnund six-footer from Dckalb will probfibly get the starling nod for the Owl's opener with the younger T-mai spelling 95 53 89 5!) 715 67 76 72 70 75 63 85 02 «R Cl 83 .611 .601 l'/i .538 11 .514 14!', .403 19 .426 271 '., .410 28'j ,4'J9 30 him Two sophomores, Phil Harris and Ken Vinson — both able passers — also join the quarterback battle The Owl line, as it is now stacked up! is composed cf no starters from last year's team except Guard Kenny Pauldrn. Lamoinc Holland and Marshall Crawford, both fleet-pass catchers, will handle the end positions with assistance from sophomoix 1 sensation Jim Peters -and junior Jack Roady. Ncley plans to use Lew Harpold and Paul ot the guards but they will have plenty ot help from Luther Ray Thomas and R. E. Wortham. The center berth apparently goes to huge Don Wilson, 6-3, 225-pound- er. At the tackles, Ncely has Layton Golomori and Eddie Rayburn asisted by La Von Ejix and;'Jean Barras. . %'/• • •'•"•.'•'. The Owls, operating-from a standard T, open theh- season Sept. 18 against the University of Houston in 70,000-seat Rico stadium. 'MEN if you are willing to give up your holiday to investigate this opportunity'you may be the man I am looking for. I am prepared to' teach eight neat appearing, j ..intelligent men a-business where! they can expect to earn better than $100,00 per week with no layoff period. Must be willing and able to work eight hours daily, six days a week. This is no soft job, but you are woll paid for what you do. We prefer married men with cars between the age? of 25 and 55. If you tool you can qualify, please write to Sales Manager, Martin-Parry Corp. P. O. Box 1222, El Dorado, Ark. for an appointment." l-6t PARENTS interested in kindergarten school, South Shovel St., Phone 7-3679. 2-3t For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment Private bath. Rent reasonable. 1311 West Avenue B. Phone 73696. 30-6t THREE room apartment,- nicely furnished, bills paid. 204 Bonner. 1-tf THREE room unfurnished apartment. Private bath and private entrance. 408 E. 3rd. St. Phone 7-35530. l-3t FOUR room house, unfurnished. Large garage, nice yard. 112 W. 18th. Phone- 7-4426. 2-6t Fights Last Night pik4 FIGHTS By The Associated Press McKJSESPORT, P«. — Bob Baker, 214 Pittsburgh, outpointed Toxie Hall, 190, Chicago, 10 NEW YORK -Johnny Hoye, 202, New York, oulpinted Jimmy Dilenge, 222 New York, 8. OAKLAND, Calif. — Charley Pow ell, 216, San Diego, stopped Keno Simmons, 6, 217, Bayono, N. J., COOL PLACE LOS ANGELES, CUP) —Robert Rudolph, 21-yeai>ulcl ccllegc stu dent, \vas uttructed by the air eon Philco Air-Cont}itioner» One of Arkansa*' Mott : Complete TV Repair Shopi ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. Phone 7*2989 114 S. Elm "New Foil Line" Jyst Arrived See The Newest In Mens Wear As Uow as $54.60 Tom Main Street Tailor Watermelon Stand 5-CURVg 3rd The Necjrb ""Community'..- By Helen Tiirnef Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Home • The Golden Stars of Antioch will give a musical nrogram at Goff Chapel CME Church, in McCaskill Sunday night, Septerpber 5, sponsored by Mrs. Rhoda Jones and Mrs. Ola Briggs. There will be a wiener roast at Yerger High School' park Friday night, September 3, sponsored by the Band Mother's Club. The public is invited. Mrs. Nathaniel Deloney has returned home after spending two' weeks visiting relatives and friends in Detroit, Mich. Miss Pricilla Frierson. and family and Mrs. lielen Perkins and children are visiting Mrs. Addie Hayden and Ed Hayden in Dallas, Tex- There will be a dance at the Douglas Farm Friday and Saturday night, September 3-4. No admission, Rev. and Mrs. O. N. Dennis motored to Pine Bluff Wednesday to take their daughter, Tressie Lee to enter A. M. & N. College, There will be City.wide singing at Rising Star Baptist Church Sunday, September 5, at 2:30 p. m. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley' Wilson .and family of Los Angeles. Calif., are visiting relatives and friends. Friends of Mrs. Sarah Carrington of Washington will be glad to know that she is recuperating from a recent operation in a local hospital. The Community Club met on Wednesday, September 1, Bible lesson taught by Mr. Bradley. A donation of $4.00 was m-ade to 'the sick club-members. A basket o( groceries was also donated to Joe Crockett. Mr. and Mrs. Chirley Richey of El Reno, Okla., spent the week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. James West. Mrs. Eluiew Bronson of Watenga, Okla., spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Orlin McClellan. Clatin Adams of El Reno, Okla. spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Owens. ditioned comfort of a Senate hear ing room in th state building here. A few minutes iater Ms raucous snoring interrupted hearings onto alleged mulM-milliun scandals. Yesterday's Results Little Rock 11. Nashville 10 Memphis 5, Chattanooga 4 innings) Mobile 12, Birmingham 7 Atlanta 4, New Orleans 0 (10 Today's Games Little Rock at Nashville Memphis at Chattanooga New Orleans st Atlanta Birmingham at Mobile COTTON STATES LEAGUE (Play-Offs) h ' W L Pet. El Dorado Meridian 3 3 3 3 .500 .500 Yesterday's Rsults El Dorado 6, Meridian 3 (Only Game Scheduled) Today's Game El Dorado at .Monroe (final semi-final game. Winner plays Greenville in finals;. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Cleveland New York Chicago Boston Detroit Washington Philadelphia Baltimore 95 3K Ul 41 86 43 57 73 57 a 55 7<i 44 87 43 00 .714 .639 3V, .642 I)'/. .438 30',;, .43.. 37V™ .420 39 .336 50 .323 52 Yesterday's Results New, York 3, Cleveland 2 ' Washington 16; ; -"beti v 6it 6 (Only games scheduled) Today's Games Cleveland at Chicago (night-) .... New York at Washington (night Boston at Philadelphia (night) Baltimore at Detroit (night) By Th<e Associated Pres AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 7, Indianapolis 3 St.'Paul 12. Kansns City 4 Columbus 9, Louisville 4 Charleston at Toledo, postponed WESTERN LEAGUE. Wichita G, Colorado Springs 2 Des Moines 1, Lincoln 0 Denver 10, Pueblo ? Omaha P, Sioux City 2 Early Games Count Too, Dodgers Learn 6y fi£N PHLEGAR Associated Press Sports Writer The Brooklyn Dodgers are learning the hard way that a game won in April counts just as much toward the pennant as one in the September stretch drive. The Dodgers open a three-game set with. ,tlie first-place New York Giants at the Polo Grounds tonight, but even-if-'thpy win theso three they'll still be two percent age points short of the lead. Things would be considerably different if. the Dodgers could reach back into the past and reverse the results[ of, two games played in mid-April ..Brooklyn and New York were scheduled fcr four games' against each ctber in the first six days of tho season. Rain washed out . one and the Giants took two of the oilier three. By the margin of those two games the Giants lend the Doclf* iers 9-7 in the season's series with 'six to play. The last three come in the final week at Brooklyn. Only four games were played in the majors yesterday but two of them figured prominently in the flag chases. The Now York Yankees edged the Cleveland Indians 3-2, cutting a full game off the Indians' margin Brooklyn trounced the Chicago' Cubs 10-2. moving within thre names of the idle Giants. The Philadelphia Phillies shaded St. Louis 5-4 and 'Washington swamped Detroit Ifi-fl. In beating the Indians for the second time in three days, the Yankees packed nil their scoring into the sixth innins. .Mickey Man tie slammed the first pitch into the seats lor one run. A second scored on Andy Carey's sharp single after a two-base error by Vic Wcrtz and an intentional walk to Irv Noren. And the third run came home on another error by Wcrtz, who knocked down ISddio Robin son's hot groundor but couldn't find the ball in time to make a Play. The Indians collected 'only three hits off Whitey Ford homers by Sam Dente and Larry Doby and a single by Bobby Avila. The loss broke an 11-game winning streak for 20-game winner Bob Lemon. Seven runs in the fourth inning helped Brooklyn and Chicago's seven-game winning streak. During the flurry Gil Hodges hit his 36th homer, with one. aboard. Rus Meyer was the winner. In Washington, Mickey Vernon added three hits to his previous lifetime total of 1,999 and became the third active player to pass 2,000. The others are Stan Musial and-- Enos • Slaughter. Included- in the hits was his 19th hbmer. Roy Seivers broke the club's all-time home run. record with his 23rd. He drove in seven, riins in the slugfest. .Robin Roberts won his 19th game for the Phils as Harvey Haddix failed for the seventh time since July 30 to win his 16th. Stan Lopata's three-run homer helped Haddix. to an early shower. Good Ptaees to Fish in Arkansas LITTLE ROCK (/P) — The State Game and Fish Commission reports fishing should be good in the following spotsc over the weekend listed by counties: Baxter—£ake Lawrence, bream Drew—Lake Lawrence, bream. Garland—Lake Hamilton, bass, crappie, bream; Lake Ouachita, bass, crappie, bream. Perry—Lake Nimrod. crappie. Five Lead Field in Akron Meet AKRON, O. (UP) — Five golfers led the field into second day play today of the $15,000 Rubber City Open Golf tournament, tied at t'ive-under-par 67's. The first two days of play will determine the low scorers to start the 72-hole tourney with half the 101 starting pros and 15 amateurs eliminated. The field was paced yesterday by Paul Bogure, Wichita, Kan., Doug Ford, Kiamensha Lake, N.Y. Fred Wampler, Indianapolis, Ind,, Earl Stewart Jr., Dallas, Tex., and Do Finsterwald, Athens, O. Play was frequently interrupted by rain and heavy winds Long horn Slugger Has 69 Homers ROSWELL, N. M. W —Joe Bauman, first baseman of the Class C Roswell Rockets of the Longhorn League, has four more games in which to write his name in the record books "as the greatest home run hitter of them all. The huge slugger last night slammed his 69lh round tripper of the season to tie the existing roe or.d. The high mark was ;set in 1833' by Joe Hauser, playing for •Minneapolis in the American Association. Bob Crues. with Amaril- Jo in the West Texas-New Mexico League in 1948, tied it. "It felt uood,' 1 Bauma'n said as he became the center of a oon gratulatory crowd after the game. .The big veteran, -towering over the , just beamed and had nothing much else to say. Death Comes to Writer's CHQTEAU, Mont, Sr., 83, lather A. 8, Sutt of Pulitaer Prise-winning novelist A. B. Quth- rie Jr., and former weekly news- pupter publisher, banker &nd busi- Died **" * ? c f "'A^^M.^U^^f/^.^ .", Indians Still Confident of Winning By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK — Manager Al Lopez and his band of league- leading Indians left for Chicago to- 'day still confident of winning the American League pennant and itching to "get even" with the New York.Yankees in Cleveland. The two successive lickings by the- Yankees sliced their once 5'A game margin to 3 J /2 after they captured the first of the three-game series. But this did not seem to disturb Lopez too much, .At least, not outwardly. "I still feel we can hold the lead," he said after yesterday's 3-2 defeat. "I said after our Tuesday night's victory, they can hurt us now but they can't kill us." Reminded that the tough White Sox will furnish the opposition in six of Cleveland's remaining 21 games, Lopez said grimly: "What's the difference whom we play At this stage of the race they're all tough. We've just got to keep on winning, that's all," "And about the Yankees'' He asked. "They've got to win more games than we do. And don't forget this either. They've still got two against us." "TJiat's right," chimed in Bobby Avila, the team's fine second baseman and leading hjjtter. "Wajt. until we get'them in!ClevelgM 1 next time. It will' be 4 i f fercn t"4Mhere. We'll get even with therivrilwer there." _ • . '""''.\ : Casey 'Stengel, Yankees manage^ had little to say about the pennant'race, • "We're back in business, we're .back 'in business," he told interviewers. "But we got to keep winning to stay in business." Top Radio Programi NEW YORK .W) Selected ra- dlp programs tonight: NEC 6; 15 Frank Sinatra; 6:SO Eteor America Swing l'/ 2 hours. PBS —-8 Mr. Keen; 6:30 God fnpy Pigest; 7:30 Jack Carson. ABC 7 Sammy Kaye Serenade; 8 Football Forecast, — S Counter Spy; C:30 Take Newcomer in Spotlight in Women's Meet By GAYLE TALBOT FO.REST HILLS. N. Y. W — When Maureen Connolly broke a foot in a horse-truck accident out on the Coast som em ontlis ago, th immediate supposition was that the current National Women's Tennis Championships would be about the dullest on record and that it might provs difficult, to give tick- es away 1'or the final. For three years ''Little Mo" had swelled the gates as she mowed down nil opposition. But now a little gal who left here three years ago as a snub- nosed brunette has come hack n prettier but apparently' also a strawberry blonde not only a lot greatly improved tennis player. She still weighs in at only 112 pounds in her shorts, but sho swings a 14-ounce racket Ul;e she means business. The wanderer, who appears to have returned juot in lime to lito the mortgage on the old stadium, is now named Mrs Beverly Baker Fleitz, having lidded last handle and borne a daughter navnoci Kim- bcrlcc since she last had a shot at the big title; We find there is a lot of sentiment around here that she has a good chancu of winning it from the members of the old palace guard. We find this heartnnin}.'. because away back in 1950, when Miss Connolly was just a rumor from the West Coast, we predicted that Bev erly Baker was destined to be the world's next outstanding woman player. This didn't turn out to be entirely accurate, but a rnsn in this business reaches the point where he's happy to'score even an occasional moral victory. At the time of the prediction,.we reasoned chat a player who stroked a tennis hall equally well with either hand, and who therefore h,ad neither the customary weak forehand or uncertain backhand, just naturally had to become the world's best player, Riven time. It figured, and now Beverly's been given time, even iil little of it was spent playing tennis. If the mauling rnatror* rerfdKes the closing stages of the champ ionships, :is the experts fully expect her to do, she'll prove a draw to rival Maureen. The fact that she's the only star in history to play a completely ambidextrous and is a beauty to bot, makes a honey of a combination. Big Business Christmas trees are at least a $50 million a year business, it is estimated, and some concern. 1 have made them a major source of production. Legal Notice No. 70C1 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark, Nashville Federal Savings & Loan Associati6n Plaintiff vs. James L. Hood and Clara L. Hood Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, James L. Hood and Clara L. Hood .warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Nashville Federal Savings & Loan Association Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 2 day of September 1954. Garrett Willis, Clerk (SEAL) Steel & Steel, Attorneys for Plaintiff John P. Vesey, Attorney Ad-Litem Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24 Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE All owners of real property within the following described territory: Lot 17 in Block 2 in Brown's Addition to the City of Hope. Arkansas; Lots 12 and 13 in Block 2 in Cornelius Heights Addition to the City of Hope, , Arkansas. are hereby notified that a petition has been filed by J. I. Lieblong with the City Clerk of the City of Hope, which petition prays that the hereinafter described 'portion of Dew.ey Street be vacated for the purpose of effecting a more orderly development of saitj area All that portion of Devyey &fyeet which lies between the North boundary of East 13th Street and the South Boundary of East 12th Street. • '"' All owners of real property within said territory are advised that said petition will be. heard a^ the meeting of the City Council which will be held at the hour of 7:30 p. m. on the 7th day of September, 1954, and that at said meeting said council will determine whether, from the standpoint, of piiblip interest and welfare, said portion of said street should be vacated as proposed in the petition; and at said meeting all owners of j-§al property within said territory who desire will be heard upon tho question. Mrs. chas. F. Reyn,evson ' Aug. 19, Sept. 3 City Atlanta Now Proud of Pitching By The Associated Press Atlanta pitching, for awhile thil Season the despair of Manage! Whitlow Wyatt. is rapidly shunt! ine the best New Orleans bid foif the Southern Association pennartl since the Pels won the flag ill 1934. Less than six weeks ago, Wyatl and Atlanta President Earl Manil were begging the parent Mill waukec Braves for throwers <k.t<l shore up the rugged hurling n ado. Today they wouldn't tradJ their set of sterling craftsmen ta\ anything in the world. Leo Cristanln pitched his 24tl| victory last night, checking thif Pels on seven hits for his second straight shutout and his fourtll whitewash job of lha season in Atl lanta's 4-0 triumph. It was tlnf third successive Atlanta verdicfl over tho Policans and hoisted thf Crackers into a 1!••> game lc;f5^H| lead. Tonight lefthander Dick Kelljl goes .for Atlanta and southnawl Lennie Yochim will work for New Orleans. II the Crackers will again for a sweep, they'll figure the] pennant is theirs Memphis moved nearer a surd playoff spot by trimming Chatt'al ndoga 5-4 in 10 innings and tooff a 4 ] /2 game lead over the fifth) place -Lookouts. The angry M{£ Bears scored 10 unearned runs ir: beating Birmingham 12-7. and Lltl tie Rock vaulted over Nashvill<f into sixth place by defeating th(| Vols 11-10. After building n nine-run leadl Little Rock was hard-pressed t<| hold off the late-rallying Nsishvillil Vols. Bob Lcnnon rammed his 5tl| homer in the sixth inning ami sparked a comeback that broughl the Vols eight runs in Ihc^Aasf three innings. Chattanooga, fighting a losing battle for a position in the postl season playoffs, rallied twice if tie Memphis, but the Chicks, tradj itionally the league's toughest tear in the late August and Septeml ber, scored the winning run in thcf 10th on a double by Keith Thom| as and Ralph Rowe's single. ii«kyt, -September 3 t 19S4 MOPt St I , .A ft It A ED JUSTUS STUDIO £' I have moved my studio to 109 S. Elm Street (Formerly Keith Jewelry • , Location) Phone 7-3890 HUNTING ' SEASON Is just around tha corner. Get GUNS Now. Western Autof Associate Store CLOUSE REFRIGERATION; SERVICE j PHONE 7-3369 Large Enough to Serve Youl • Small Enough to Know Watch Repair Guaranteed Pre- School Special. Bring your watch in Keith's Jewelry For Complete Parts and Service for £ New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phone or Write Fallin Tractor Co. Magnolia, Ark. Pho. 882, 689 & 1140-R Bee-T-Mitd Bettle and Termite Control Service Owned and Operated by Guy Grigg : . Hope, Arkansas Phone 7-3445 109 V S. Ma All Customers are Insured Let Us Install That BROKEN GLASS Have that.broken auto glass replgced today. We recog* nize insurance claims. ^ |f you need good Used Par™ for cars or trucks. See us now, Glass & Salvage Co, West •\\><:\^ NOW, WHEN VOU FINISH, FINE) YOUR HCIUSE k/ FOR YOU •f CM* fimt So iV 5 ^?* afe BUT TH ATS THE . ^ HOUSE'VOU WERE [STANDING IN PROMT » 6if WHEN ?Tf I fOUND HKS^t " p^jl" Jrti °-3 -*~1 "f* -%- -" * 1- OUTOimWAY BY J. 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Sitlirdie- ^,36 Property ...Se^-i'tb the' : '.'-eity ,:;:• : ;-.3.7the:' •"' .•'.;• guard- :; 39 Individuals '>-•"' paradise 41 Abstract being .42 Old womanish 45 Marsh land 49,t>ecide •• 51 Charged atom l52.Erayers ; 53__.the Red •54'A tiny S5Disorder 56 R.aJsed ridge "57 Female saint i'.xifc)-.-' •.'• 'ft VDOWN; '-1——. and^iast ...ilSiRbnjan.rQad i CL 15 » r •50 ^ it n w !wL !>!> I B" 3 U: . f):, 1 w t4 ": , 4 15 K> ^ 5) i/i •• 5 ^ a> \ P 50 ' R tfc b iL P ^ ». 1b- . 7' ^ /i % J5 ^ 4> "1 17 ZO. P 11 B H ^ Ji 39 9 r? 51 W 57 10 .- 28 '•'i " ti •-' II • '• ' b tt IARNIVAL By Dick Turner flf AH, THAT'S |Hf IT, HARRY/ A WOW OVER / UNDER. TH' / OTHER SHOULDER. I BI_AC>e AND S DOWN A V LITTLE/ TO TH' HILLS, BOYS/ THEM \ BACK SCRATCHING ALWAYS 1 START ALL. HIS OTHER AIU- I MEMTS YELLIM' WITH . < JEALOUSY/ I OOW'T MIMD MASSAGIW HIS PAIN IM. V TH 1 MECK, BUT IT TAKE A TWO BATHS TO GET THAT LEG LINIMENT SM6L.L OFF OF VOU/ _ QUHl BOARDING HQUiSE ___ WitK Ma|oi^ Hoopfe NBVBft MINP MV NA^E.,,PLIMT A$K6 ME TO CAUL.,.I HAVE SOMB STARTLINie EVipSfO ' ...SB AT ELM AMP 20tH IN TEN By MkhaAl O'Moilty i». v - i. . ^^rj * ffiit^ WASH TUBBS I VOU ._ _jsciM.-ltf0i»Brt, I5UXJD BV TM<lN<3 IN /toml THE AlRUME DOWMI ^S&O I WON'T SET HM.F 1MTERE6T T..M.»»«.«.*p«t. on., ipr,; l 1»t»fc> Nt* 6«r>lc<, Int. THAT A ..PROP ROD,-* HAV5M>T x ' RELATED PAPER i RODE FAVOEITE IW RISHTl WE MUSTN'T COtoMERCtM.-lHdPB I'LL FWL '£> NOT ^ SBROR. Y OKAY. TftUBllTJU&T \ POTTER' I&N'T PRftCTICAU WEE&H THE JjK £/ima&» BOOTl AND HER BUDDIES 60TTrX voe^ o« 3 WEW'E.'R GtT TVXtM \ BUGS BUNNY FUNNY BUSINESS •'Pat lot of bargain* there are around here! There isn't fa n1*n in the whole department making over $50 a wMjc.1' SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith "Hi, hi!! Thii wrltir »»y» § wlff . htlvtnl Will* whtrf't ycwr f i { "Take this five bucks and get out of here—-you're ruining |, my business!" r ~-- ? - SWEFTIE PIE By Nodine Seller TMIS SUSSV.TH 1 SUPER >\ tDN MY PLUMBER, AT VER ]) STOV5 SERVICE .PETUNIA! /[ WOM'T WHAT'S WRONG? UNLAX, IT'S PRACTIC'LV RXB( ALLEY OOF ' '*?'r^'5Aj^ 7 —rrrryou .. . THAT'SURNFR'VBT? IT'STIMB DINNEB.' >m 'Ifr .gift «f r • QUESTIONS AWRED HENRY -JJ. THI STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE *x &-~ &>,.>> t*"3t&*MS 1'ggt I had lots mpre *J f J ^

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