Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 8, 1954 · Page 15
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MOM MOM; Iftlll PorRttit TIlftfeE r&otri unfurnished apart- rtipnt. porch, coftipletfety private. See Altx Franks, 503 W. D.- vision. Close-to. 6-3t , • ft 99 3.W "*'S.OO 1S.OO &ISPLAV Sidlt all advertl»«*hti of^ arttt W feliet such 'ot hous» or, courit 61 oMe wsrd., llt Wst^bS' rwpon* *WatttrAd« uhle&i td ' our' d)t«mlon bf ad and th«n inwrrett Insertion/ . 7-331 or ^se'hday- afternoon by POBLISHING J co. * 8«y,W. ..... tfthu tered a» 3, f; of fhe v >AuiM Bur*oUi'Of-'» ,, Clrculotloni <i^^-v • * •MgHofl -Rotes, (payabl* In ad- Xcarr!ei'/ln > H°pe ° n ^ neighboring Pf*>^ torn*- ^ ^ ^ <2s •...-.f.i.....,f.....'.j.:...i:ii...... 13.00 '\ *tn<-;Hempstead, 'Nevada, '.Howard,* ond'.MIIIer coun- -« verflilnof RipfisentatUei: ds^Rgllles, Jncl\l602 Stcrick - iu, „• .T)^, K OS TUXO,-. ftTexas; 3(50. M. ^ll^F^K^ 2 ". li$rS;<>f*,Th0,'A»«oc!afed Pre»; >sOciqted< Press-Is entitled ex- sly), to \ the' use,, for,, r^publteotlon i ,^ t ^v. ' Highway ' UCK'S Bftd tone*. iariflf ^;ofk. Cobb Mattress Co. South Washington. Phone Mat, 4-tf funeral Di . AMBULANCE NO it HAZEL . . , PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDOM CORNELLS BUHl'AL AvSSOClATlON Largest ami Oldest in South Arkansas, Call f-SSOa for, our agents A23-1 Mo. For Sale CAUTION Don't overlook the PrC'Labor Day TIRE SALE Get a new tire & tube for less ,than the tegular cost of a new tire at Oklahoma Tire & Supply Good Used TELEVISION SETS Real Bargains at JANE'S-CAFE . Washington, Ark. 2-6t 20' x 30' frame building. Pittsburgh aTer"heater. Call 7-2763 or write ' 218 Prichard, 3-6t BROWty'Srdowntown "Brown Der> bij" <t faafe, newly redecorated amjiiie seating capacity, fully stocked,' good living for man and "Svife te'am. See Brown at Brown's 82 Truck Stop.' Stamps, Ark.' 6-6 $100 -CASH, small monthly pay """merits buys 2 bedroom 'rnpderrt home,, acre land, call, 7-4308. 6-3 MAC'S , RESTAURANT FOR SALE Cbociest spot on Highway , 67. Enjoying top local bus- ,'^anesS, plus the best in tour- *,ist trade, Due to ill health '.jive are •offering our busi- ^ness at a sacrifice price, iRestaurant is .fully air- oonditioned, tip top equipment, newly decorated, 65 seating .capacity, Ideal location next door io new 17 . unit motel. A natural money house for rent near Brolokwood School. Call 7-3380. 6-3t apartment, 3 large rootnfe, JbriVte, bath, corner 5th and Spruce. Call ?-4356» 6-3t Ul*FUftKlSHElD $ room apartment, $25 A month, bills paid. dOB ,W. 4th, Phone 7-3182. 6-tf FURKlSHfiD apartment, three rbpms, ' private 1 'battf, attic fan, upstairs, 420 Edgewood. Phone 7-3845 oi- 7-277S, 8-31 Lost TITT fc for 1049 Ford. Tleturn to Alfred West, 310 8. Washington for reward 1 . 4-6t HYDEPARK wrist watch. If found dontact Ethel Rose, 805 S. Main. phone 7-2680. 8-3t NATIONAL LEAGUE ' W. L Pet. GB New Vnrk Milaukoo Brooklyn Philadelphia Cincihati St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh f!0 31 81 54 81 50 05 71 65 72 (52 74 58 80 •10 83 .600 4M: .595 S'/i .473 21 .474 24 .450 24 .420 29 .350 33i 2 Yesterday's Results New Yoik 3, 'Philadelphia 1 (11 (Only {jniTifi. scheduled.) • 'Today's Gomes St-. Louis 'at. Brooklyn, (night) Chicago tit New York; Milwaukee at Pittsburgh Cincinnati at Philadelphia 'night) AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Cleveland New Yorlc Chicago Boston Detroit 'Washington Philadelphia. Baltimore 3d 40 1)3 44 87 52 01 73 GL 70 59 70 43 92 45 93 .710 .079 4'/ 3 .62(i liy, .449 36 " .445 Sfi>/ 2 .431 3R',a .333 52 .326 53 Yanks Must Win oit Road Tri|i West By BEN PHILE6GAR Af» Sftorts Writer The world champion New York Yankees go We sttoday. Barfing miraclos, they will be ex-champs by the time they get-; names Not since the last century his a band Of Yankees h'ead£d fiilb Indian tefrilory w'th such a faint chance of survival. ', ». j The Yankees play ll" of their remaining 17 games on this tour of Baltimore, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit and Philadelphia. They how trail Cleveland by 4"^ lengths While the Yankees covered wagon .grinds around the circuit for. the last time, the Indians will be hap- ply ensconced in their wigwam on the banks of the sky blue waters, slipping off their foes one by one, The big battle which might go down in history as Casey's Last Stand is set for Sunday when the Yankee caravari roaches'Cleve- land for a double-header. The Yankees can't be eliminated positively until after that engagement. Manager Stengel is gambling. right at the start with Tommy Burne tonight in Baltimore which according to American League eorgraphy is West. q A wild man in his previous stints in the majors, Byrne v/as bought from Seattle list week in t desperation move. Tonight; is his irststnrt. While the Cleveland Tribe stays home that other bunch of wild Indians, the Milwaukee Braves hears ast in a lightning ioray after the National League title. The best road club in either lea gue, the Braves open their 12-game .or - in Pittsbrugn trailing , jthe league-leading New York Giants by 4V4 games with 19 to play. The trip includes Friday atid Saturday games against the Brooklyn Dodgers, who arc in "third placs and still are trying to find';out how it happened, and a three-game setnext week in the'Polo Grounds tarting Tuesday night. The Giants picked up an-important half game last night in an 11-inning thriller at Philadelphia, where they shaded the Phillies 3-1. First Official Little League Championship Team Yenterday's Results Washington 5, Philadelphia 4; (Only game scheduled) '' For information phone ;"> 7-3851 01? .Write '-,''" "- H. A: MCCARTY, -409 East Third Street, ^ Hope, Arkansas 7-61 IS|P V FURNITURE T CO. " Limits We«t % r Sale iM!|H990ws^ [POINTING >OH'S BODY SHOP 600/8i Waltjut / epairs, Genuine Singer a ijd?renta| machine* £l£ ~ ' - ' ^ Center Notice PIANO <• tuning repairs, regulating ' Free estimates. Factory experience,, ,M. L. Reiter," 423 Main, Texarkana, Tex. 8-3t Help Wanted 'BOY to^ bqr hop. W{ijte's Drive-In, Phono 7.9941, 8-tf Wonted Today's. Games PhHadclp'hiti'- at Cliiyoland (night) New Yorlc at Baltimore (night) Boston.-at'Detroit.... Washington at Chicago (night) .•.-••••• — Shipley Studio photo Century Bible Class Little League team won the first. city .title last week by defeating the RA's of First Baptist Church 2 of 3" PoWer, left standing, is the Coach and Norman Moore, right standing is the manager. _ __ _ . _ _ - __ Only one other was played SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Yesterday's Results (No games scheduled) Today's Games (t'lay-Offi; besir.) .Mo'rnphis at Atlanta Birminfiharn at New Orleans COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L ' Pet. T Dl Dorado Greenville 2 1 1 2 .GB7 1 .333 1 10 BOYS )to deliver heralds on "Duel In The Sun" starting Sunday at the Saengor. Contact Saen, 0-tf For Sale or Trade A No. 1 Saddle Horse Bridle and Saddle Tom Ward laws Mpln Street Tailor Shop Stand S^CURVf & Shovei TOP'S C«t. and . Used , "Parts, 7-2767* m* M : CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef out and wrapped for deep freeze, Beef for Rflop Freeze 85 to 35 cents. , Ralph Montgomery Mkt. Yesterday's Results El Dorado 10, .Greenville -3 in the majors. Washington edged Philadelphia 5-4 before a gathering of 4760 fans, the smallest crowd ever to attend a game at Washington's Griffith Stadium. • , Monte Irvin followed twoi.-walks with a double to the right field fence for two New York runs in the llth. Davey Williams walked' to start the inning and moved to second on a sacrifice. Curt Simmons struck out pinch hitter Eric RodVn and walked Willie /Mays intentionally, bringing up Irvin.' The Giants had scored a run in the second and Granny Hamner tied it with his 13ih homer in the eighth. Simmons tjavL 1 up only six i)its in losing. Ruben Gomez, with lielp from Hoyt Wilhelm when' the Phillies loaded the bases .in the llth, picked up his Hlh victory. . The Giants are back home 'today for a two-gavno series with Chicago, followed by two each with Cincinati and St. Louis before the Milwaukee invasion. The Dodgers, at home for 15 of their remaining 17 games, entertain St. Louis tonight in the first of two games. Today's Game Gronville at El Dorado By The Associated Press Arnerlcan Association Louisville 4, Tolu'do 2 i Minneapolis 7, St. Paul 4 Indianapolis 9, Kansas City 8 Ci'lumblis 5, Charlqslon 1 Western League Dt-Mvcr 1^, Colorado Springs 2 2nd game postponed Siovix Cl!-y-5, Onmha 2 Des MoitK'S, 4, Lincoln 3 Pueblo 5, Wichita 0 Few Can See Anyone But Texas in SWG By HAROLD V. RATLIFF DALLAS Texas is the most SPORTS ROUNDUP . By OAYLE TAL.B07 NBW- YORK WI- /flic-, decision I ^ ^^ ^-^ IQ ^ of Frank Stranahan, golden boy of| ol . r The likeable young man wit' cmiiteiu- golf, to turn professional and fight it out. hand to hand with the grim money players over the tournament trail must have caused much conjectures and- eyebrow raising throughout the golfing world. Why wou'd a young mnn with unlimited wealth behind him and apparently not a care in the world except where . his next birdie was coming -from suddenly forsake the pleasant and enviable life of the amateur sportsman in favor of the professional's unending quest of Bating: money? Especially when the purses- that ho figures, to win in the , dod-eat-dog competition he now faces probably. 'vfon't do- much more than- keep the spark • plug heir in caddy foes, i ' '* In the statement ho left bhind as he winged Off ; to' Brazil. . Frank ' the rippling muscles is about discover that he has yanked open the door of a world. HUNTING SEASON Is just around the corner. Get your GUNS Now. Western Auto FLY-IN- RESTAURANT—With food on his finger Up, Randy Page, feeds "Little Wee," a young robin in his Mission, Kan, home. The bird has been getting his meals in this, way for about • six weeks. Every night he flies off, but leturns in the moining to chirp until he's fed. OUT OF DOORS with MATTRESSES Rlbullt or Mad* Jnt9 Innertprlni w«J< rQ DAVIS § Mattrtit CROWN WISTERN SHARES tf Plvtrtlfifd ip»«m* Fmi ^H^ffl^^^^S/* 1 '-- 1 *^; m^M^^^^ft^tf^'f Texarkana Angry at Loss of Two Players TEXARKANA, Ai-k, tfi Angry members of the Tejau-karia High School Ragorback Supporter's club have voted unanimously to condemn Superintendent of Schools W. M, Locke and J,Qho Burnett, executive secretary of the Arkansas Athletic Association, fpr failure to act in -an eligibility case. ; Club President Lacey .Lawrence said both men failed j,o render a decision whether Wehiical twins Joe and Jerry Hyden would be eligible for the Razorback football squad this fall. The club has a membership of about 800 and cloven qf its )2-maa board of du-eptors wove • present at the meeting last night whicr passed the resolution condemning tne two offigials.' fhe resolutioa also asked Burnett to resign. The boys' mothpf told the club overwhelming favorite in 40 yejjirs of Southwest Conference- footbal but since nobody has offered ,. to forfeit, Coach Eci Price is preparing to play the season out. ;. Texas is two and three deepen veterans and luis everything ''-. it takes to win. The Longhoin-5 havo a schedule that couUl bring No', 1 rating or it might wreck Price's hopes. • ; : Texas opens STETSON Dpg Editor . . : - ' 'Inmost sections of the country the weather.-hns been giving us a vealjy hard time. This has left us with- little ambition to do more than is absolutely necess.ary. Among the , necessary chores, however, .should / .• /. /' / f V)&-included proper arrangements ' •' • for the.comfort of our dogs. ,,-ttydpesn't tak,e much to keep dog' happy in hot weather, but w.ith out:'.a few essentialsvreal sviffering can result. Plenty: of shade is Gfl^send, but it isn't always avail- *'/' f :'/.'i 'iV-oo^'---;^ ;•//.•( V\,\V^x-S /.r!)(^^^C said such things as' that he long had Wished to' play the pros on their :i term's,: ; and : ; thal : , he didn't consider it': fair -that no was in position to compete all year while his fellow amateurs '.worn restricted in that respect. If the. 'latter were the compelling 'force: behind the young man's strange move, and we're not exactly saying it wasn't, then it tok a long time to take hold. A more logical explanation might be that 'the two-time British. Am'a teur champion simply wearied of shelling out perhaps $20,000 peri | year, for 'the privilege 'of indulging I his hobby and decided to do something about it. As a professional he presumably will bo entitled to put clown the sum as '.legitimate operating . expense the next tiroe he reaches for a tn'x form. .He's no longer -an unemployed .play-boy Whatever the reasons for Stranahan's "wrong way" flight most pros would love to be ; in position to play the game, for -fun one can't help wondering how long it CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 Large Enough to Serve Youl. Small Enough to Know You! . . ;. least: one small ; patch of shade as' a refuge from the relentless sun ^ be rigged. If ; it can be large enough so that a spot of earth under it is shielded from the sun's vays'all day, this will be the spot ^-^"S; Philco Air-Conditioners One of Arkansas' Most Complete TV Repair Shops ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. phone 7-2629 , 114 S. Elm tb,at gyi'tie^t "h$d virtually invited us to maye back to Ada," The family maintains a residence her A4a, Qkia, Lawrence '$a,ld the twins and iclf fu,trtlly hgy.e. rplurned to Ada so tjje toys play football. meni" jit'th?' filu'oji ; !)ojjion. said he decision from the AM'" \l\gf\ two the season next week against Louisiana Statq at Austin. Then come Notre Dame, Washington State and Oklahoma before the conference strife. Baylor, although chock full of sophomores, and Rico, with a. modicum of ihe powerful line .that swept Alabama in the Cotton Bowl are rated the best chances of over- Burning' the Longhorns' chick- wa- gon.i Baylor's sophomore's, .to go with 11 veterans, are about the. 'best first-year men the Golden Bears ever had. They failure a fine passer in Doyle Traylor and a center named Bill Glass, who already has beaten out a lettevman. James Ray Smith, an All-Ameii- ca possibility, anchors a wqll-femlt line. . 4 r >' 1A • Rice pins its hopes o'is'one of Us classiest biickfieUU. Dickey gle, sensation of thu Cotton Baffl, is back stronger and bigger, Rae has plenty of top backs to gc wit him, to, and enough god men *lo play behind the mighty line. "' Woody Woodard, qoach at Southern Methodist, has a team tftat should be considered stvongeV than last year. Paul (Bear) Bryant, who eajiio from Kentucky to try to rebuild Texas A&M into a power; is taking gloomily but he has 15 letter- fnen and should have si strong^ T gsme. His line laofc e< what there is pf iv. The ' aren't very . the dog can nestle and, belly to ground, keep himself reasonably cool. • Jtispct pests can make a dog's p miserable. Great relief, as well as a bit o£ cooling, can be given Simultaneously by an occasional dip. .Hilo is a good old standby, Its ingredients arc effective and yet harmless to the dog if used properly. Mix your own if you wish — and iv^-^s/N!!'.^-.," »:!,?:"" r^mw out old and excess coat. Leave the good coat as.insulation ugamst sunburn. Don't transport a dog in summer unless you haye to. If you do, fix j a well-ventilated crate fur him inside the car and leave the car windows open for ventilation know : ho'w - but either way. get rid Don't ship a dog during dog days of lice, ticks, fleas, and discourage i unless careful investigation ot ies and mosquitoes. - | shipping methods and means gives Dipping isn't so complicated- as 'assurance that the conditions will '' ' is sometimes thought. Let be safe. . -... ,,.,, you why. Many owners feel' 'that Don't neglect to keep a plentiful they can dip the body of a dog eas- supply of water^ m ajhaded place. ily, but the important head parts, to which fleas will .rapidly move, cannot be well dipped because oj danger to the eyes., . t .• ' • The- answer to, this.Y^rpb.lem is so simple that It hurls. . Simgly put a drop of mineral oil iire'ach eye before dipping. The^qiL will protect Ui^ eye? and the dip can b.e p.our- ed over the head, ears, and neck thoroughly. The dog will not b? caused the least discomfort This simple but effective pointer will, I'm sure, give courage' t* thflsfi who ha,ve Ueen veluctant ta dip their dogs for fear of causing harm to the eyes. poji't clip a 4og. Stvip and brusj) Southern California a<»d Pen State a#$, 'it has, the youngest squad in 'hjstory to play it with. There, arg # ,dozeu ^ettermf }\ but not' t^o pf iherrj avg feapks, »' s* If a dog should suffer from heat exhaustion, remember that cold to- we}s a'ppljed to the abdonien near, the large blood vessels is helpful. Above all/irelax and Jet your dog do. likewise, (Dstributed by NEA Service) Fights Last Night '0y The AsspcUted Prpss DETROIT Marty Marshall, ISWi Detroit outpointed Sonny Liston. 30-1, St. Louis, 8. MIAMI BEACH, Fia. Charley Salas, 151, Phoenix, Ariz., outpoint- ed Hilly Laudovdalo. ISiy*. Hialeah, Fla., 10; Br. Willis, }84, Miami, outpointed Sid Peaks, St. Allans. N. Y., 10. TJvere PECBAL VINE RIPENED TOMATOES IbJSc U. S, NO. l PEACHES BUTTER BEANS PEAS Come Out and See Us RUSSELL &SON 901 West 3rd Street J5 Known metevite ' MOPE S f A R ,' HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday,. September 6, 1954 ty Cdlel V«M| OZAMt 1RI ; ''"I LOOK,DEAR 'l'( BUT.SIR, OUR LOBSTERS FIVfe DOLLAR/ ^^^m^^-^ VIC FLINT OUTOtlHWAY .. . By J, R. Wflfi«i*i l CAM'T FIND A MACK. 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