Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 15, 1954 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 15, 1954
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,, ^ , ,' •* ^ » r -I -, >""#_ HOPE STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS ^Jw^tt .fr-tS"!**,*!, " ~ tlFIED iaK!s»".^^.*^P:-.BM.« ....-•..,•§ ••^ir . tost gg In t3iflce fiay Sefore Publication reserve the Hflht to adyjrlUerrte tiofl ofid to ,, sucfi us h(Ju*« or tbtifft M oh« ward. williftt b* red ^i>J»eond 'clan matUr •» it OOlee at Hop», ' Arkaniai, Audit Bureau, el Clreutelloni- • <' •jpH«n':,Rate5 (pnyable In ad-W 1 ? 'Vonce): i tattler; In'Hopo and neighboring SK?'iS?» *towhs—-' ' v ' •Ajrnem'sin Hempitead,, Nevada, tol,^ Howard;'and Miller coun- '.85 1.60 .7 , 2.60 |g{tM>M>y;'"''»>»»i"*" 4'5P . . ' R«prci«nlatlvet: 1602 Sterlck 5p5, T«xo» ; 360 N, " - : Thi Aiioelorfd Prtii: 'Presi ,ls entitled *x- tuss for republlcatlon l' newt i- printed in this well '05 . all AP n«W« .— .JUSTUS-STUDIO .¥JjpH>&jiuMH',Vi. ' .. te *mter° iBpfe*^'- S*rvte«i Of t*r«d ttu». IpflfTf Work. C6bb Mfittreis C*. 'Bihith W«ihIn«Wtt. fchone Director* NUMERAL HOME INSURANCE , „ . AMBULANCE MD & ttAZBti, , , PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TP HEftNOOM CORNELIUS- ' . SUftlAtl ASSOCIATION , Largest and Oldest in Sovith Arkfihsas. C&ll 7-8505 for our agents A234 Mo. For Sold USED Exceptional values in 2 USED DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGES fully guaranteed Oklahoma Tire & Supply 100 CASH, $25 monthly buys two bedroom modern home, acre o£ land. T. N. Below, Phone 7-4308. " 15-3t REGISTERED heifer cows, Lost flttfc for 1949 Ford. Return to Alfred West, 310 S. Washington for reward, , lS-6t Notice imprinted Christmas cards see tois M. Put tell at Hazel's fieaUty Shop or call 7-2)5^. 11-Gt The Negro Community By Helen Turner ' PHbnft 7>5*30 Or: being Items to Ml*« Turner At Hlftkt Puneral Horna St. Mrfrk 1 Baptist Church had a full house for Sunday morning service. All classes took an active part in the lessOn 'which was reviewed by the pastor. After recreation, prayer service was conducted by Mrs. Eva Dennis and Mrs. Johnson. The pastor delivered the morning message which was'enjoyed by all. Miss Colcman, teacher in Lincoln High School at Washington, also Mrs. Floripe, Lawson were present, Mrs. Evelyn Glover took an ictive part in the Sunday School ind eleven o'clock services. The Golden.Stars of, Antloch will give • a. musical program at BeeBei? Memorial CME Church Sunday ni- Charles Gets Title Crack Toniqht SPORTS ROUNDUP >lf TALB07- NEW YORK Wfl —A1om< about the Sixth round of tho last fight between ttocky Mafciano • and E?.- By .MURRAY NEW YORK i/ll Determined Ezzard Charles gets a second crack at heavyweight champion'^ Yankee Sta'dium that we would Rocky Marciano in Yankee Sth ! be see ing the same pair slugging zftrd CharlnS it wouldn't !inve occurred to anyone at tho ringside dium tonight arid the odds are 1-5 that he'd get whipped again. The 33-venr' -ilr! Guernseys. Bred gn t, September 19, Rev. T. J. Rhone, pastor, The public is invited. bull calves. Hale Guernsey Farm. Prescott, Arkan-, sas. ' ' 15-3t Wonted SMALL inexpensive business, near .Hope, (Sold Court) Write C. E. Friendship ^lub will-meet at the home of'Mrs;,Daisy Muldrow Friday night, September 17, at 7:30, p. m. All members are asked to be present and on time. Hope, Ark., Route 4. 10-6t COUPLE to live on farm and tend a breeder flock. Good proposition for dependable party: See Leonard G. Wright, 1% miles south of Laneburg. 14-3t For Rent UNFURNISHED 3" room apartment. Private bath, rent reasonable. 1311 W. Avenue B. Phone 7-3696. . . 10-tf UNFURNISHED apartment, 3 large rooms ' and bath. Private entrances. Phone 7-289,6 after 5:3C ' ' " p. m: 13-3t from Cincinnati went the full 15 rounds with the powerful Brockton blaster las'. June 17 out the return figures to be a short and explosive battle. Most ot the exports feel .that Charles will have to shoot the works quickly in tho hopes of £tof>- ping the ovctvprcsslriK champion and that, instead of scoring, hs will be chopped down by Marciano's savage switv;;;. The pick here is Rocky by a knockout within eight rounds. The betting is S-12 that the 30- year old champion will slop the percnnia challenger and wreck his unprecedented third bid to become the first ex-king to regain tho heavyweight throne. You can get C to 1 if you think Charles will stop Marciano. •They'll start swinging at 10:30 p.m., EDT before romc 48.000 fans. Promoter Jim Norris, encouraged by a brisk ticket sale yesterday and by a favorable forecast of worst," still hopes to dp $525.000 and upwards at tho fiatei The last one lured 74,185 of the faithful and each other about again this soon, if ever. What one did think in the -midst of the shouting and screaming al most through that savage round was that any any instant he would see Charles writhing on tho canvas, his dream, Of regaining the heavyweight title gone forever. That the Negro challenger did not go down befoto Rocky's bind- fists, but at the bell still Porks Strong a.t Guard; Tackle Posts 6y RAY ST£&H£N§ .'• FAYETTEVILLE. (/PI There's prove his work thi.? season. stands an even six feet He nnd more than 200 weighs slightly pounds. Bradford, a 13.Vt5oOr.dor from Little Rock, is a good woll-tounded player who perform:! equally on offense, RobeAsi a'uui from Litte Rock, is ..especially competent on defense but must improve his play e doubt that the Arknn^s. 9fl« t C!elcnf f D .«' m " hl lmi:lnt " lb "'"* ack's ui-eaWsl strongth lh'f> n offensive, He packs Ul poun/ft was on his legs and trying to fight back through the liailj of leather, serried a minor moracle at the time, ahcl, looking back, it still does. Out of the ordeal came a new Charles, of the experts had not seen before over a Vmg span of ycnvs. nor had really ever expected to see. It was ns though the man who had been marked timorous, and orback's (.realist strohgtl football season is at guarql... and tackle, where a strom; cotps cff gifted veterans and promising newcomers hold fortn. The performance of these linemen has been one of new sources of solace for Coach Rowden Wyntt. Who has been hard put to plug gaping holes at the- other positions. Key man up front is Senior Bud ,The -Yef'ger 'Band Mother's' club will meet Thursday .hi^ht, ^September 16,'atlrui regular'^rheeting place. All members'are asked t t o^bo present anU on'time.'' " The Alter Gift Club of BceBee Memorial CME Church will sponsor a iwlerier roast at the home of Mrs. Persie Turner Friday night, September 24. The public is invited. grossed ,092. It the fight is postponed by rain, it will bo held Thursday. Coast to coast cloned circuit television to :i record 70 theaters in side tackle, with Eddio Bradford!running at weak ^ guard are at weakstde tackle and Wayland Ncal Martin of Texarkana «tifl Roberts at weak side ..guard. Roth and Bradford nre two-year lettermen. Roberts won his first letter this year. A resident of Sluegart. Roth is fi capable lineman who should ihv Gregg Pinkston ot Edinburg, TeS. Letterman Earl Warren ot Smackover ahcl Bill Durikm of Little Rock will support Bradfortt at weak side tackc. A sophomore, $ Billy Ray Smith of Augusta .is the fourth man at the position. Warren is one of the team's finest defensive players. HOW * his blocking doesn't meet standards required ill the Soxttn- west Conference". Dunkin improved, himself last year, but hasn't fay- ed up to his capabilities so Jar this season. The planet Uranus is.31,006 miles/. en his Arkansas rdsn't M, dcop at. guard and tackle•-as'-iWyatt would liko for tne'; itpojn •'•tq • bb. .However, the eoachrharrfd'ur other Isttormen availqbleTf.or duty, 'and -if some sophomores . como up to expectations .the problem of depth will be solved. • Backing Brooks at guard arc in diameter. Brooks! ^Undoubtedly the" best line- letterman of Bobby Gilliam of man on the learn, and one of the'Monticcllo. one of the team's fast- best men in the Southwest Con- jest linemen, and sophomore Gerald Henderson of Comvay. Henderson, who has been handicapped by injuries needs only experience to develop into an outstanding line- t'ercnce. "Brooks is as fine n football player as any body coud wart," „-issir"*= s,,".»s" *st.«rjf > ;± ,1 i ?„..„ worse his career him in one delivery, and that in seconds he either could,prove himself a prize fighter ; worth renicm- .ically every ball game Ik wranped for last >' ear - The way ho ' s Soing this In a Sr of P."- you coudn't ask for a bet. bering- or let it slid£. ; lle showed 'em, BE did. • ' . Not only did the man from Cincinnati stick in there for nine more rounds with bnn ot the most aggressively .punishing fighters the game has known but \>'pre ma"v in section •who thought he held Rocky at least 50 cities may add another $200,000:| 0 ' ven ln f our or fi v ( . O f them. We to the gat». There will'be no home had one neighbor who se score card ter boy. Brooks, a two-year lolterman from Wynne, is the starting, strong side guard, but he moves to tackle, on defense bqca.us.e.of his exceptional speed. The starling assignments at both tackle positions and weak side there guard also are in the hands of capable veterans who have proven themselves in Southwest' Conference competition. Jim -Roth • will- start. at .strong television. CBS will • radio , broad-: cast the iight acros.-: the natioiii i . ____ • - • THREE room apartment, nicely furnished. Bills paid. 204 Bonner. FURNISHED house and furnished apartment. Apply Middlebrooks Grocery, or phone ,7-3791., 14-3t The Sky Larks, famous radio and recording artists of Nashville, Tenn., will give a program at Bethel AME Church Thursday, September' 23, at 8 p. m. Associated with the' Skylarks in this program will be the Humming Bees of Tex- arkaha,. Tickets may be purchased from members of Bethel Church, Hicks Funeral Home, Unique Beauty Salon , and Nelson's Grocery. Adult advance tickets. 75c at the door $1.00. Advance student tickets *35c at the door 50c. FRONT Bedroom, adjoining .".bath. 801'Pond 7-2710, 15-3t NATIONAL LEAGUE • , ' ' W L ao r>3 K7 : .57 84 53 CD 75 68 75 • 66 77' 60 38 51 '04 . New York Brooklyn Milwaukee Cincinnati Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh Pet. QB .004.. '.402 .411 ; Buiihtst Opportunity MAN and wife to collect established routes in Hope, Prescott. and Ourdqq, Car necessary. Good commission. See Mr, Anderson ot Oaks, Monday through' i3-5t' SHARES eiFund ilable. from Phone ,74454 HAIR STYLES t6 match the fashion, personally arranged • Mary Hamm • Edna Brooks • ' Dlahe Beasley at MARX-EDNA BEAUTY, SHOP -115 S. e|m Ph. 7-2615 -Mr.' and Mrsr Jamefe 'Johnson and gi'andsonsi have returned home after , spending several weeks visiting Mr','and Mrs. Dan Johnson in JJattlecreeTt," Mich., Mr. and Mrs Charles' Tippett in Chicago; and Mrsi Thelrha Walker in Detroit, Mich., accompanied them were Eld. and Mrs. John Carter of Paris, Texas, f Mr. and Mrs. Willis McCollum Legal Notice Yesterday's Resuts Brooklyn 4, .Cincinnati 0 Chicago n-0, Pittsburgh 2-4 New York 3, Milwaukee 1 St.:.Louis 5,, Philadelphia 2 Today's Games Cincinnati at Brooklyn Milwaukee .at NeV. ..York'. St. Louis at Philadelphia (Only Games 'Scheduled) jhowed that the tltla had changed lands. Before the 16th Century, sugar usually was used more as a medicine than a food. (best-of -7) Indianapolis 4, Minneapolis 2 Indianapolis leads 1-0 Louisvilla 5, .Columbus; Louisville leads 1-0 • ' : Western League ; 'Semifinals (best-of-38 ' ' ; Omaha 4, Des -Molacs -0- Omaha leads 1-0 ' = man. Letterman Bill Fuller of El Dorado and sophomore Bill Be- puette of Crystal City, Mo., are running one-two bentnd Roth at strong side tackle. Fuller is expected to see ponty of action. Bequette, who weighs 218 lacks sufficient experience to play big role in the Porker pcturc year. ' ' Three sophomores are for the second string job at weak side guard, with Pine Bluff's Dick Hardwick likely to get fir^t call as Robert's! understudy. Also in HOTEL BARLOW Welcome To Our Air Conditioned COFFEE SHOP Hours are , ., 6:30 a. m. to 2 p. m. 5:30 p. m. to 8 p. m. Open 7-days a week Comfortable rooms for permanent guests. Rates you can afford. Make your home at the BARLOW. Bee-T-Mite Bettle dhd Termite Control Service Owned and Operated by Guy ^v p* m viA- 1 * «- - „ ' -i , " 1," * ^"''" ^" *"*_*!; ifV'i * *A"' : ?'K - *_ -i- * i-' HO'Pt JtAft, M6Pt, .Aft KANSAS No. 7003 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit Boston Washington Baltimore Delia Nickels , vs, Wesco R. Nickels Plaintiff Defendant CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef cut'and wrapped for deep' freeze. Beef for Deep Frees* 125 tp 35,centi. Rolph Montgomery Mkl, Phone 7-3361 67 Wei*. CO. Ity Llm^ West for. Ark/ * *^fT7 ^*^lwW ?si ;'I/T^** " "~mf • ^^w . MATTRESSES Rebuilt or Made Into lnner»»rln| Work Giwmnteed ' P—. On* P«y Bervlor ^—« , , DAVIS Furniture & Mottren C«. 110 |, Kirn Street Phone 7-S?1f Top's Service We are now wrecking ' i 'several late model CARS and TRUCKS We also repair all makes and mpdele of automobiles * Trucks. T, 0. (TOP) PORTER Owner & Operator. Dial 7*7«7 Hope Hy 57 West Baifts*. ARMY SURPLUS Comic Books f Used Clothing f Jeej? Tops • QQS Cons * Torps t ' 3unk Bed? • and. of other Item?, A IARGAIN HOUSE and M WARNING ORDER The defendant, Wesco. R. Nickels warned to appear in this court within thirty dayij and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Delia Nickels. Witness my hand and the i seal of said court this 7 day of September 19!54. ' ' Gai-rett Willis. Clerk (SEAL) W. S. Atkins, Attorney for Plaintiff John P. Vesey, Attorney ad litem Sept 8. 15, 22, 29 LAY AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Bicycles, Tricycles and Wagons. From WESTERN AUTO Associate Store CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE FHONE 7-3369 _ Large Enpugh to Serve You! Small Enough to Know Youl Cqr NOW! :, $35.00 Vyhile you are haying your ^ar pointed we can dp -,that work on your motor, brakes or t>ody work. , . i : ' Expert mechanics alwoys available. Philadelphia AMERICAN LEAGUE W I. 'Pot GB 10 r > 40 ,724 Do 4fi ,G«7 8!A !J1 55 .623 14'.<, Gi 80 .'144 40>/o C3 00 .441 4) i til 83 .42 43'/i <tO 86 .338 5G : 40 30 .538 5(5 Yesterday s Results New York 11, Detroit 0 Cleveland 4, Washington Philadelphia 1, Chicago 0 Batimore 3, Boston • 1 Today's Games New York at Detroit Boston at Baltimore (Night (Only games scheduled) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Yesterday's Results (No Games Scheduled. Second Round playoffs begin.) Today's Games . ' (Play-off) ' : 'ST* New Orleans at Atlanta PLAYOFFS American Association Semifinals have returned home after spending two weeks visiting their son in Peo> ria, Illinois. , The Beauticians will have a call meeting Wednesday night, Septem ber 15, at the home of Mrs 1 . Cleas- tei % Randel. Time 8 p. m. There will be a wiener roast ;a,t Waffer's Crossing in the home '.> ' Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Johnson Saturday, September 18. • EXTRA SPECIAL 2c OFF To eur Regular Cwstpmers E5SO WYLIE SPECIAL VINE RIPENED TOMATOES 4 Ibs. 49c Pyrina Fed Codge EGGS.., ,;doz. 39« NEW CROP BANNING or EATING APPIES PAINTY BUTTIRPiANIi ^BP» ^^^U^H ^(1 901 Wett 3rd "far better gas mileage-." « More work done in less time N OW-as mileage piles yp on Hydra-Matic* \ CMC trucks in service —the pay-oft is ; looming large on the books ot their cost- conscious operators. Reports ar^ pouring in } Irom farmers and florists, from diaper services , and milk companies, from wholesale butchers ; and bakers and paper box makers, from owners : and rental operators all over the land, They sum up to one-conclusion: Hydra.Matic CMC's are doing more work for far lower operating and maintenance costs—saving time ^-keeping drivers happier-improving safety fan * If CM* YtiHf 02AIK IKI WHAT'S THE)/ FROMI. NOW ON, IM WHAT MAKES VOU THINK 1 DON'f KNOW HOW TO TAKE fAftE OF IT? i YOU JUST GAVE IT *s; ALL TO ME-ISNTTHAT) | >—, PROOF ENOUGH ? V \ \ . i HANDLING ALLTHE . GIVE ALL YOUR • MADAME KAWTELL, V6U OUS* 60TTA . COME VOU>REED\CtEO UAST WITH W CgtWHfc, AM'SCi • we LOST twot OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Wililtml VIC FLINT Answer 1 to Pftviou* Puitl* : | ! 11 r HAAAAH.' HANklY<a THANKVOU/ Mineral Matters THERe j',1 HE 1^-.' HE'LL lift BUiZ Offe. BlTfe MdRE.' ACROSS 1 Where minerals are obtained 3 City in Alaska 4 Upright 6 Feline animal CAM you COVER ON A HOT NIGHT/ S Mineral used ' Noun suffix 8 Mislays 9 Editing as fuel 9 Unrefined 12 Scent 13 Italian river 10 Afresh 14 Compass point n Sma11 15 Household 18 Fence .servants o crossings 17 Lair 20 Sanctified 18 Choose' „ Person 19 Teeters 22 Concise Hope, Arkansas Phone 7.3445 109 S, Main All Customers are Insured INS TO BALK THE 50LLB VvtPfi TRIAL. 30 Needle' case 31 South European • 33 Saltpeter 21 Yugoslavia's 24 Drill, as to 35 Cordial boss- " find minerals 40 Deprive, of 23 Pouch' 25 Imitated weapons 24 Oblohg piece 2e Strings around 43 Tries 1 of metal OOTfln P rs , . ""-"--*• 27 Eyeglass part 28 Lateral parts 2tf Followers 46 Heavy cord 47 Kind oi chees« 48.Metal' ; hb6t covering" • 50 Thug (sldng) 51 Poker sfake 52 Essential being - • 55 Hawaiian wreath WASH TUBES WE THE WB LAWOBO, TH6 POTflBfc'e.GOlW OUB. COWP(VRTMg(Jt EVBM KMO.W 7',IKS THfe-MMM V \m?mt» 32JCitch«n tool 94 L'lght 38 Negligent • 37 Roundabout , way . <• 3$ Revise . 39 Paradise ' '41 Pinpoint >J2 Seine 44 Mrs. Osiris .AfVy-EDFAl^ xZv%irf.\.' Jl i4tf HB WAS; ,Vr ,CNMN? '^^» - Fresh Coconut CAKE With Major Hoopfr OUR BOARDING HOUSE DEATH 'QU65TIOM5 & PILOT WOO CO-PILOT MOST O v * SNIFF -SMI-P.', ' -*"^ FISH ARS 1(Jc5 A L ODT of 5HA p e J&LL /-< UP r-£7v[ s *" •" Prune LAYER CAKE 46 Compensation 49 Seaweeds j 53 Poem 54 Twilled fabrics j 56 Equality 57 Ripped ,58'CoOking 1 vessels 59 Measures , of type Mince Meat PIES BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES JOE'S CITY BAKERY &3W ^^^\6T^^^v -—'-u-deb/? t&^^'S/./;v^~-tf.^ .--';•• 60 Half (prefix) - DOWN 1 Fashion 216 S. Main 2 Sacred image CARNIVAL By Dick Turner ,f». . a t ^h| v >,i;> jL. -- ?' .*. - -^v^^-sf BUGS BUNNY IX '•' \ 7MB«B'S J TMe- AMOUNT JOP'' JMV CHECK, J FUNNY BUSINESS . COOL OPR BLOW A SOON GOT OSCAR BACk YOU'P GO AFTER ALLEY/ T M.«>|. U, S P«t. Oil. Copr.'i»M b| ME* S«rtlii«, fcw. "Mrs. Van Plaster, I want you to meet Colonel Koot, my financier ... er ... I mean my fiance!" SIDE GLANCES By Golbroith I'm'nfjaking a survey of fathers pn my street ' SWEETIE PIE By Nojine Sel«r FR^ISCILLA'5 POP WITH MRS, 19 WHERE'VE YOU T/ A : -TH8 STORY OF MARTHA ew mm rtitfMl tofam wt « t« I!I«R with ishi. ns at w.|!lp»HtJtl« "Not 5^ for repairs in 34,400 miles "Only Hydra-Malic CMC's for me To people w"ho buy trucks to make money with thejiTj here's the story in a nutshell. Usfra-M^ic GMC'slp'ay off the investment in shorter time. They make profits greater— and work easier, f ....I Now-how about YOU? Why put your earnings with outmoded ment? There's a J^ydra-Matic GMG tojtyo«r need, in every si?e s truck from a Piclcup tp a heavy-duty tractor, 'Coras in and let's. talk it ' * s»Uly » Standard otimnvy midtlii option?! at txtra cut on iom.f othtrt HEMPSTEAD MOTOR CO.

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