Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 21, 1954 · Page 12
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Sr^^p?W^P^^ r fr- ''<"" "> HdfrYsTAft, HffM, ARKANIAS f ue*t!ey, Septfeiftfeef M, t9SI^ „,,.. dl edtftrttemfatt of- jHJbltcattow "and , to ra|*:» *HdftbW« odvwtlitno, n»r« l«t««, +ttil)\ et* houwi br t teiifif os one word. .' will not be r«tx)f). In W«ht Adi t Uf.l*« ,' to durVart«ntt«i 6f od and then Strvtett Oftmd MAWHBSS MftoWtM* ittd iflfiefr Iptirii wofk- Cobb MattfeM Co. m ..SOttlfa WAibtoiten- Funeral Directors OAKCRESl? INSUftAMGE , 2ND it HA2EL . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HEftNDoM BttRtAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-6S05 for our agents A23-1 Mo. For Sole USED Exceptional values in 2 USED DETROIT JEWEL 'GAS RANGES • Fully guaranteed Oklahoma Tire & Supply Hope Star l^", ( ^r ( '' f'tin 1*27 4dhuary,.1i, 1»2f weekday Afternoon by CO. , S.cy-TfM. lnfl ,J-v v StrMt r«hburtl, Cdltot 1 ieti- Mahoalng Editor >yt<,vAdvcH(itng ManciflW ir-Hoftrti>f t , ^«ch. 5upt. /, ; il'tf«e«nd"clai« matter ot n»le«?-6t 'H6p«, < A»kan«oi, t bf,Mol-eh 3, 1M7. V", kill J.'Mt-ttf; *-*-M . . i Aiidltf Biiriaii of 1948 ton and crieap. Call 7-2230. a half truck, 21-3t For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment Private bath, rent reasonable. 1311 W. Avenue B. Phone 7-3698. ' 10-tf THREE room apartment, nicely furnished. Bills paid. 204 Bonner. NICELY: furnished 4 room duplex ' apartment, Frlgidaire, inner spring mattress, Private entrance. Mrs. Cook, SOB West Ave. B. 20-6t SMALL navy blue and white polka dot Scarf in downtown area. If Imihdf, please call or see Bobbie ttansen, H6r/e Star, Phone 73431. 18-St BOY'S Hope High School Class rihg. Initials — J. G. W. Call Betty Saunders, 7-3170 between 6 arid 6. 21-St Wonted UNITED FARM AGENCY 'Local Office — The Oaks Court Phone PRospect 7-5883 We Need to Sell Farms Due to many recent Sales, and the - "Farm buying" season approaching, we must have more farms to sell. Nation Wide Advertising and -a- 30 year reputation. For results: CALL US NOW: Box 184 Hope, Ark. Giant Victory Sends Team Into Series By BEN PHLEdAR • Associated Press Sports Writer ion home of the Dotl»ers. t>u<-ocher's men clinched the pennant with a 7-1 victory. j Appropriately Willie Mays picked) the occasion to take over the National League baUinj; loncl with three hits. The "Say Hey" kid released fiom the Army just in time to reach training 'camp, is battering the ball at a 344 clip. Sal "The Barber" • Maglie was razor sharp as i»e scattered five hits. The only Brooklyn run came in the third when Maglio's control The Cleveland Indians and fre\vlDescried h'.m momentarily and he York Giants open ;'io World Soviet walked Pee Wee Reese and Duke in the Polo Grounds a week from! Snk ' er wilh two out - Gil Hod S es tomorrow and the f!njr, in Florida | r ° nowed with what slartc ' 1 out to probably are flying at half mast : be a roulin« fly, then it sank rapid- For the first time since baseball I 1 * in lhc murky niaht and fell just magnates became •••onvinced their in fn)tlt of Mays, who made a belly nlhleles would be better conditioned for the 154-game grind with the help of warm sr.vi and pnlm Ires in tho early spring. Florida doesn't have a .World Series entry. The Indians and Giants shunned the orange juice circuit for the sands and sun of Arizona. With only the Chicago Cubs and Baltimore Orioles aro'lncl for major league companions, ihe two clubs played each other often enough to know the players by heart. On their barnstorming lour back to the majors the Giants whipped the Indians 13 times in 31 games, often by such scores as 20-14 or Al Lopez flatly predicted a pennant for nis Indians and made good as of last Saturday. Now he's after a new all-time high in victories. Leo Durocher AMERICAN LEAGUE said he never made predictions, '.hen ; quickly added his Giants, with the return be a lot- slide on the slick .turf. The Giants jumped off to a two on a , Al Oklahoma Ranked First in Grid Poll 6y Eb CORfclfeAN NfcW YORK WTl.o University of Oklahoma, ranked right behind Notre Dame in pro-season forecasts, reigned today as the No. 1 college football tenm in the country pending relui-ns from all the precincts., . Sad Bud Wilkinson's Sooners, Who crushed Calitornir. 27-13 in their opener, were alt alone at the top of the first weekly Associated Press poll of the season. The na- Jllinoisi which hasn't played yet* on the basis of u-; crushing 26-3 victory over Tulane. That was the i only char^o of ;my importance i over the pre-season poll. j The top 10 teams with first place votes in parentheses and total points, based on 10-9-8-7-5-4-3-2-1 basis 1 Oklahoma (56) 789 2 Notre Dame (11) 613 . 3 Maryland-<9) 571 4 Texas <3> 541 5 Georgia Tech (2i 375 6 Illinois 273 7 Michigan Stats 237 8 UCLA (2) 232 9 Mississippi (1) 1:52 10 (tie Baylor 14'i 10 (tie) Wisconsin 142 Second fen ASUA SDEPORtAfldN HOUSTON, Tex.. (UPi Fedeft- cio Ybari-a walked i:-.to the U. S. Immigration Office have and asked to be deported "to my native court* try"—Mexico. Other disposition ot his case was decided upon when it was discovered Ybarra was supposed to ue^ serving a 15-year sentence at tnei* Harlem Prison fnirn. ~Tz Iowa 118 13 Rice 35 14 Texas Tech il> 70 '15 Southern California 73 1G Oregon 49 17 California 44 18 (tie) Army 43 18 .(tie) Duke 43 20 Texas Chrialit-m 20 MptldrV; Rotes' ( "i. ; J i 1 Vance): rrtaV'In'Ho'pi (poyobla Ih od- and neighboring ,....,......,.....- ....... » .25 r, .'. ..... »f....:,., ................. I- 13-00 oll - In ' Hempstead. -Nevada, ^MoWwd. <"td Miller coun- ' 'V -', v th ;! "' ' .. ............ 85 ^'months... J. ....... 1 ............... ' 1 .60 Hu5...'...J..»..'. .................... 2.60 , ^.j.i',.,V.,.';, ....... :. ................ 4.50 liir jndl|— ^ LWn'-H 1 ';''"^' ................. Joe -f'.4i,..y,.,..», ........... 3.25 ^»i; t'ltrxjiil R«pr«»entqtly«i: j.*;>" 1602 Sterlck 'eon.; 505 Texoi ^N«»iYof(PW.N?,,Y.;U763 o»^BIdg.>r"p*t1rolt?2,T, Mich.; , il?B(dQS^OKlaKorn^ J Clty ,- 2,, *.tte#S&JZ;n'* .-i ,v * i", '' , '- FURNISHED 2 room apartment, private entrance, refrigerator and washing machine. Bills paid, call 7-3193. 21-3t Cleveland New York Chicago Boston^ Detroit Washington Baltimore Philadelphia W L 109 40 100 49 .58 83 93 05 C5 04 84 84 C2 03 47 100 Pet GB| 732 ' 671 9 . 613 7te 439 44 436 44 432 44'/a 345 57'i 319 GO of Willie Mays, stronger". "Brooklyn is the team to Leo Dark's sinple followed by a sacrifice and singles by Mays and Hank Thompson. Don Muller's single and doubles by Thompson and Monte Irvin pro- by Thompson and Monte Irvin produced Iwo runs in the sixth. Durocher called his team a better outfit than the 19'il pennant winners who-caught Brooklyn and won in a playoff softer being far behind in mid-August. Walt Alston, freshman manager of- .the losing Dodgers, congratulated Leo and said: "There is a lot of difference between those two teams, mine and his. I only hope he can go out now and beat Cleveland." While the Giants were clinching their flag, the Indians won their llth straight and run their victory total to 109, only one short ot' the record tot by votes, good for 709 points. Notre Dame, which will get its baptism of fire under Terry Brennan against Texas Saturday, was ranked second with 613 points. The Irish were followed, in order, by Maryland. Texas, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Michigan State. UCLA, Mississippi. Baylor and Wisconsin — the latter two tied for tenth. Georgia Tech, which was Sixth in the pre-season poll moved past t! '.American League beat,"'! the 1927 Yankees. Bobbv Filler pitched Iho Indians Butincts Opportunity BUSINESS OPPORTUNUITY N.. MAN and wife to collect established routes in Hope, Prescott, and Gurflon. Car necessary. Good commissions. See Mr. Anderson at The Oaks, Monday through Thursday. 20-6t Found 1928 HOPE High School class ring. Owner can get same by paying for ad and writing Maliom Cooley, Route 3,"Nashville, Ark., for information. 21-lt Yesterday's Result's Boston 3, Philadelphia 2 Cleveland 7, Chicago 4 Detroit 4.. • Baltimore 3 Washington 3, Nc-.v York 2 . He followed his own 'advice. Hei'to a 7-4 triumph over Hie Chicago beat them pperiing'da'y witH Willid -White Sox with the help of home Mays hitting a 425 foot home run I puns wy Larry Doby and Vic Wertz. and last night in Ebbets V Finlcl, Cleveland has five more games to play. The battles for fourth place, and its share of the rich World Scries loot, tightened in both Leagues. Cincinnati .split * v/ith 'Milwaukee, winning 3-1 after losing 0-2, and holds a two game lead over St. Louis. The Cardinals defeated Chicago 7-2 with five runs in the 10th inning. The idle Philadelphia Phillies are les" than half a percentage point behind the Cardinals. Boston held fourth in the American League with, a 5-2 'riumph over the Athletics. Detroit, half a game back of the Red Sox, defeated Baltimore 4-3 and Washington, another half j:ame behind, shaded the Yanks 3-2. . get MOrC KOOIH inyo,irhome,«tt, tow-cost fit p/ju-oorf llUlll* IHS SEW PI U i See us today—for.eco^ I nomica),quality-tested fir plywood and easy- to-follow plans for 8 modern fir plywood built-ins. REPAIR LOANS available for all types of Home Improvements and repairs. BILL WRAY SUP PLY CO. Phone 7-2348 S, Wolnuf EC6AL VINE RIPENED TOMATOES Purina Fed Cage EGGS.... doz 39c NEW CROP CANNING or EATING APPLES PLENTY BUTTER BEANS SSELL SON 901 West 3rd Street Today's Games Washington, at New York Chicago at Cleveland (night) Philadelphia at Boston Detroit at Baltimore NATIONAL LEAGUE W' L Pet GB entitled , ex- republleotlon. •j.this. Ji.i*i Fights Last Night By The Associated Press NEW YORK Luther HaWllr.K, 148 Chicago, stopped Prankie Fernandez, 144—, Honolulu. 2 Brooklyn Hector Constance, 147'/s, Trinidad, ou'poiritc-d Caico Varona, 150, Cubn, 10 Paris Ray Famnchon, 125'/ 4 , France, stopped Jean Sneyors, 125 »/t, Belgium, 3 for European featherweight title New York Brooklyn Milwaukee Cincinnati Philadelphia St Louis Chicago Pittsburgh ;rjiQye<l;,my -studio 635 591 6% 577 8'/a 487 21 473 24 -"473 24 94 54 88 61 86 63 73 77 09 77 70 7G ,00 83 : 4Q3 34 "> 53 94 ; V ; 361 40% Yesterday's Results St Louis 7, Chicago 2 (10.-inning*) 81 Milwaukee 0-1, Cincinnati 2-3 New York 7, Brooklyn 1 (Only' games .scheduled). ' In 1953, New York State's 3,525,448 ' passenger automobile owners paid $55,609,353.04 in registration fees. " CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef cut and wrapped for deep freeze. Beef for Deep Freeze 25 to 35 cento, Ralph Montgomery Mkl. Phone 7-3361 M^ { w$?*" r^'t i ^ •"• 4j i; W^ j > ^l"lwfrW ™ ™ iW^^ MATTRESSES Rebuilt «r Made Into lnnera»rlni Work Guaranteed — on* P*y Service »-»^ DAVIS Furniture & MottrtM C«. 110 8, Elm Street Phone 7-8212 Today's Games , ; New York at Brooklyn Cincinnati at Milwaukee St LoulS at Chioago (2) ; : Pittsburch at' P'librtelphin (3) By 'The Associated Press Ahierlcan Association Semi-finals (best-o£-7) Indianapolis 9, Minneapolis 5 Indianapolis wins 4-2 Columbus at Louis .rillo. pocl- poned series tied 3-3. Western League (best-of)S Des Moines 4. Denver 1 ...D.cs Moines leads 2-1 32 DEAD 'N TYPHOON SEOUL UP) A Pacific typhoon which hit Korea Tuesday left 32 persons dead and 207 missing, South Korean officials said today. Most casualties and . damage were along the mountainous east coast \vhere torrential raiiis flooded large areas. Top's Service We are now wrecking several late model CARS and TRUCKS W« alsp repair all makes and rnodels" of automobiles & Trucks. T, 0, (TOP) PORTER 1 Owner A Operator. Plal 7-2767 Hope Hv 67 West ARMY SURPLUS Comic Books • New and Usecj Clothing • Guns • Jeep Tops'f Gas Cans • Tqrps f Bunk Beds • and Hundreds of other Items, REAVES IARGAIN HOUSE ond PAWN SHOP Aeroii LAY AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Bicycles, Tricycles and Wagons From WESTERN AUTO Associate Store CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 targe Enough to Serve Ypul Small Enough to Know Youl Have Your Car PAINTED NOW! R'L $35.00 While you are having yogr car painted we cgn do that work on your motor, brakes or body work. Expert mechanics always available, _________ d *» : fr f •' V His deafness will cost him $5O less this year! v This year wearers of hearing aids will save-almost $25,000,000 in ' battery costs — thanks to the amazing transistor.-Tiny, tube-replacing transistors require but a trickle of power, and they have practically " clone away with annoying power interruptions and inconvenient battery changes. Raytheon, a leading electronic manufacturer, purifies germanium—a vital element in transistors — in gas-fired reducing furnaces. As in most other operations at Raytheon, gas is used as the main fuel, because only gas can deliver the critically exact temperatures with flexibility, convenience and economy,' EXTRA SPECIAL 2c OFF To 9ur Yewr ISSO Peoler WYLIE Glosi & So eTt TEXAS EASTERN 5|RVES THE COMPANIES THAT SERVE YOU Transistors* are so small they are assembled'under microscopes. Possibilities for their use are many, including ''Dick Tracy" type two-way wrist radios. Gas for Raytheon Manufacturing Co., Waltham, Mass., is supplied by Boston Consolidated Gas Company, served by Algonquin Gas Transmission Company, a customer of "Texas Eastern. TEXAS ~~7"~ //i&n EASTERN A I.OCAI. CITIZEN ^ 5EBVINC THE NATION \ 5H8EV5PORT. IOUISIAN A " Through 9 pipeline system of mwe than 4500 miles Texas Eastern transports natural gas from the Southwest to ftwe homes and industries of the Midwestern, Appalachian and Eastern areas, V'-lO ) ^ , 1 JZ * y f ^J**-* ""A' f l> " * ^ t 5 * •> SLONDil If ygstfspjfggtlfa if CM* f mm "Hlf IT MUST BE THE /•*• MAN FROM -THE t CLEANERS-GIVE , ( ME VCXJR RANTS Screen Actress Answer to Previous Futile ACROSS 69 Dinner Screen actress, courses Valentina $ She is a performer 33 Adoring 14 Rear 13 Cooking Mtensil 16 Make 1; edgin 17 Ascenfled Sounded, as a bell 22 Pewter coin . of Malaya DOWN 1 Promontory 2 Smell 3 Decays 4 Transpose' 1 Ob-) •5 Consume 6 Trap 7 Aleutian island 8 Combine 9 Boundary 32 Huge (comb, form) 33 God .of love 10 Garment llFroster 23 Mineral rock 12 Volcano 25 Roman bronzelS Eternity 27 Expiate 21 Nostrils 30 Comparative 24 Legal point 27 Fills with fear49 Blotch 28 Weary 50 Started 29 Auricular , 51 Mohammedan 30 "Emerald Isle" priest 52 Sapient 53 Horse's gait 55 Demolish 57 Century plant 58 Learning 59 Agents (ab.l 61 Anger suffix 31 Above 35 Humor 36 Withered 38 Unclothed 39 Assam silkworm 41 Mona —'. 43 Sun , 44 Denomination : 45 Article 46 Ross 48 East (Fr.) 50 Obstacle 51 Devotee 54 Simple 56 Festival 60 Feminine appellation 62 Turkish title 64 Ship's record 65 Greek market plnce 66 She has played many ing roles 68 Measuring device CARNIVAL 26 Weep 34 Depend 37 Puff up 40 Goddess of infatuation . 42 Camel's hair cloth 63 Qualified 47 Unit of energy67 Pair (ab.) By Dick Turner i "Well, I got everybody signed up for the collection ex* j. j cept Higginsl" ...... - "' SIDE GLANCES By Galbroith Tin? T. M.R«.W : .8.Prt.eil.. I WON T GIVE VOU BACK THE PANTS UNLESS YOU SUVA NOISELESS OASWGOD--THE iT MAN'S HOLDING VOUR> PANTS ,. fOF? ( PAMSOM.' OUT OUR WAV By J. R. WlHl.mi £^ ^-^~-™^——A;-j {- • r~ r— "^ = " OUR BOARDING HOUSE Wilh Major Heopl* AWPF / ESApA /MARTHA/ WHILE YOU OVER-SLEPT, TC? EEACH 1WB HOUSE VJITMOOTVOJ AT HIM. U«e At^ ALERT < , ^ ic , rnl AC? WATCHDOG/—THIS 15 FOf?Y A !7X U ^S? ,_ _, AND YOO ., HiOW CTDRIOUS J—5 — ANV "~~' VJELL GET IT y , IT'LL A PUBLIC FUNNY BUSINESS By Herthbergei •"Why -the squawk? You always take a coffee break at the office, don't you?" SWEETIE PIE By NaJine Seller "If that's Muriel again, jwst till her Jielj's not hert »n(| neither am Mshe'n ju§t talk to me fpr hewn ibowt ,, phe Ipv9? to cook, «w an ^»° h "'''"- give Shylu a mi C2 FUN I I MAC? 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