Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 13, 1954 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 13, 1954
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•T' r , .""^V .g^ggg^ ; r > igiar^Ji^^^^g^y^: c: s^ife^ j • •''/""<• r • ;^ /, :"% *?'*3i£ti$£l£»,l HOPE if At, HOP I, A ft KAN IAS K, fctekr 13,19S4 , MOM ftTA.ft t ,-MOM,- SLONBit siartferl lof iartd mod- Frteie CLASSIFIED ' Ads Must fie In Office llay Before Publication - CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo. . *H*fl ttafemsfit Day .45 .60 ,75 .901.05 1.20 1,35 1,50 to 15 to 20 fd' 25 to 30 •to .35 to 40 to 45 to 50 rtndetM. , "** ""* 2.00 2.50 .3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 On* 1.20 1,50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 e.oa 7£0 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 , Made Into 6*k awjNun^ pm D»y 8ervlo» «-*• VESTERM SHARES |5« »x» faK om i. i : CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time .„„ .'. 75c per Inch 3 time* «0fr P« r nc 5 6 time* SOc per inch Rates quofed above dre tor con- rteutfy* Insertions. Ifregular or skip- date nds will tdka the one-day rote. .All dally classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject ciiy •obieetionabl*- advertlsinfl sub-, mltted initials of one or more letter*, 0rdup» or* figures such os house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hop* Star will not be respon- slbla for errors in Wont Ads union •rror» are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY th» ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Services Offered MA¥TRftSS 'fehovatloil and Inner- spiring -work Cobb Mattreas Co. 8l(f Sbtith •frashlagton. Phone Mar. 4-tf Instructions For Rent ATTENTION' Cattlemen. We can sell you Range meal, Range cu- •bes, dairy-feed, corn, oats and all grain oh your drough emer^ gency feed certificate. Our prices are right. Phone 7-2547. Hope Feed Co. 7-6t FURNISHED 4 room apartment, Electric refrigerator. Garage. No children. Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 N. Elm.' " 1-tf LOVELY air-conditioried one anri two bedroom apartments redecorated inside and out. A nice place to live for reasonable rent. J. I. L1EBLONG REALTY CO. Phone 7- 2228. 5-t£ ICE Cream twelve flavors for your selection, open seven days and nights each week. Coles Double Dip Ice Cream Store. 8-6t For Sale THRF.E room . apartment, nicely furnished. Bills paid. 204 Bonner. • , . .' 11-TF THREE unfurnished rooms, 2 miles East on Rosston highway. Phone 7-2929. Mrs! J. W. Camp. ll-3t Bowden Wyalt Is UP's Coach of the Week By CArtL LUNDQUIST United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, tt/P He is re building with -sophomores and the construction so far is a perfect piece of gridiron architecture. , , * Last Saturday ihough it looked S^u^in ^olfcasflJJ as Jf the'vvalls would come'tumb-|?, ot an ,"P* et ' in ° al , ".," J^t ling down upon him when he gam- 1 " 112 - natfion s s P° rt wnteig, and bled with strategy he doesn't »"•'»«""«*'»'•«usually believe in and came out With a dramatic last period vie- TCU f s Is Back of Week By the Associated Press Ronald Clinkfcale, n tall Texas who can make plenty of speed without the help of a horse, engineered one of the major upsets in college football last week end when Texas Christian -beat -Southern Cslifornia 20-7 Friday night And by doing this he earnsd the designation as Associated Pros's Rack of the Week. Clinkscale's one-man rai tl on the Southern California defenses put him ahead, o.fanother upset producer, Navy's Joe Gattuso.. and Hope Star Star of H«D» -1199; Pfen J927 Consolidated January 18, 192f Publbheti every weekday afternoon by ITAR PUBLISHING CO. C £. Palmar, President Al«. H. Waihburn, Stcy-TrM. at The Star Building 219-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkantai . Layaway Open on TRIKES - BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY •'-..' COMPANY. TWO or three room Upstairs furnished apartment. Private bath. Electric refrigerator. Utilities paid. Phone 7-3688. ll-3t Clinkscale, the Texan who could not be tackled, joined a playqr the Texans couldn't block, on t h is week's honor list. Kurt Burrls the orThc"week,"Eowden'Wyatt"" of,Wg center who played key offer, those bristling Arkansas Razor- £lvc and defensive roles m :Okla- tory. He Is thf: United Press coach Two Games on Local Field This Weekend Hope's Bobcats entertain Fairview here Friday night in Hammons Stadium, It .will be homecoming for- the local team. Thursday night the Bobcat "B" team will play the Camden seconds in the local stadium starting at 7:30. Apparently the Fail-view team is not loaded like it was last year when they soundly .smashed the Bobcats by a lopsided score but nevertheless they ' are highly regarded. 'They have only one win in five tries, the same as Hope. The vic- ory came at the expense of. Gurdon 36 HEREFORD cows 2nd calves, Registered Bull, Heifers 15-22 mo. springing. Winnsbaro, Tex. Lou Myers, 3131 McKinney Ave. Dallas, Tex, 8-flt SIX room unfurnshed house, 3 bedrooms. Available October 15. Miss Lillie Middlebrooks, 7-2804. 12-3t ATTRACTIVE unfurnished' apartment, 3 large rooms and bath. Nice neighborhood. Call 7-3661 or after 5:30 p. m. 7-2896: 12-3t NICELY furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrance. Available 15th. 7-3497. 12-6t homa's 14-7 conquast of Texas, was designated a Li-.iuiriaii of the week. Other nominated for Back of the Week included BOD Herndon of Oklahoma. I'M dividing my Daylilics. Clumps ten to 40 cents. Red verbenas free. Arthur Gray, Ozen. 8-6t 1947 .JEEP Station Wagon, overdrive, radio. Good condition. $310 or Best offer. Phone 7-4597. ll-6t im«IUGE|UTION Alex. H. Waihburn, Editor & Publliker P«ul H< Janet, Managing Editor Jeu M. Davis, Advertising Manager iGeorge Wi Hosmer, Meeh. Supt. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, ' under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates (payable In advance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring towns— Per w««l« •:,«« Per year 13.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, and Miller coun- *'•*— *0n» month •«•; Three months <••• '•JO Six. months 2.60 •'On* year- ,'. - 4-50 ^Ail oth«r mall— On* month Thr«e months < ' fix; mortthi .'..... On* ymr 26 FOOT Nabors single axle float trailer, 5 bud wheels, no tires .vacuum', brakes. $425. Good Shape. Tol-E-Tex Co. Hope, Ark. : 12-6t 450 BALES Oats, fertilized and top dressed. Heavy heads baled without rain, average 55 Ib. bales, $1.00 per bale. 12-3t ONE 26 inch Boys Bicycle. Good condition. Call Harry Hawthorne, phone 7-2241 or 7-3153. 13-3t .. 1.10 . 3.25 . 6.50 13.00 Wanted e ! Part« and v *<w» ; .•> " 1 t j .ervlce for . «, k , ollond Balers >rci~Tractors SSSflife*-,/''^ v ^ sfe8ap»v ; rector Co, , N«fl Advertising Representatives: .Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Ida,.. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas •arik' Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E 42d St., New York 17, N. Y-J J763 Ptnobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; , Terminal Bldo-. Oklahoma City 2, Okta» Member ef The Associated Press: The Associated Press Is entitled ex- ,-eluslvely to the use for republlcation of all the local news printed in this newspaper,, as well as all AP news dispatches. Funeral Directors OAKCEBST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . , . AMBULANCE 2ND.Sc HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123; AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS ".BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. "Call 7-5505 lor our agents A23-1 Mo. Male Help Wanted OVERSEAS Jobs. High Pay. South ' America, Alaska, Europe. Travel paid. Self-addressed, stamp>ed envelope.brjn'gs details. Dept, 44A, EASTLAND COMPANY. Box 1406, Los Angeles 28, Calif.; 11-lt WANTED TO BUY Ope inch rough green Oak Lumber — regular' lengths and tie siding. For prices and specifications write — GURDON LUMBER COMPANY BEIRNE, ARKANSAS Kansas City to Be New Home of Athletics By SKIPPER PATI1CK . KANSAS CITY (/P) — "Wonder ful.". ' ' . That .one word best fits-the feeling o£ Kansas City baseball fans who woke up this morning to the realization this solid. baseball town' of the midlands -,vas in the act of going major league. Most o fthc city was asleep when the new broke latn last light that American League owners had voted unanimously to peomlt Arnold Johnson, Chicago financier, to buy the financially decrepit Philadelphia Athletics and move the club to Kansas City. Many of the fans who had a part in pledging the purchase of more than a million tickets for the T955 season in event the .deal went through, lost hope earlier in the evening when reports had it that Kansas City's chances of getting* the franchise were "about 50-50." The" citixons last August approved overwhelmingly a $2,000, 000 bond issue with which to purchase. Blues Stadium home-of the city's American Association entry and enlarge it from 16,000 to 36,000 seating capacity. * ;: Mayor William E. Kemp commented "it's a great day for Kansas City." He said he felt the club owners have indicated "our own appraisal that big league baseball is reasible in Kansas City." backs who are on.top of tha Southwest Conference when all the experts 'said they were the best bet to finish last. Wyalt, in his second'year at Arkansas, was on the biggest spot incc . the explosion at the ink factory when he quit a happy job at Wyoming and walked itrtw what had been noted as a football graveyard. ~ Saturday against Baylor. Arkansas trailed 20-10 with soven minutes to go. Arkansas had the ball on the four yard lino- and it was fourth down. Wyott doesn't believe much in placekicks. Besides his booter. Preston Carpenter, already had missed two conversion attempts in a row which was why Arkansa .successful run at Wyoming anc was trailing. It was also at an (the prospects weren't bright- when Fights Last Night By The Associated Press DETROIT — Rocky Casillo, 150 Detroit, outpointed Chuck Price, 153, Detroit, 8. Washington-. Ernie Gene Smith 128, Washington, outpointed Tony Longo, 126. Baltimore. 10. Galveston, Tex.- Caesar Sanved ra. 133, . Mexico, outpointed Jacky Blair, 135. Dallas, 15. angle but Wyatt had a hunch and sent Carpenter in to try for a field goal. He kicked it and Arkansas won, 21-20 to remain the only unbeaten, untied loam in the. Southwest conference. Wyatt isn't goin? overboard with enthusiasm, however. He cmphas- isizes that in tho victDries over tough and heavily favored Texas Christian and Baylor, the Arkics were on the short end of the statistics. Baylor hid 17 first downs to 10 for Arkansas and outrushed and out passed Wyatt is boys. Wyatt, who is a former all-time great end at Tennessee under the famed coach, Bob Neyland, had a he came to Arkansas. But he went about his job in a workman .'ike manner and quickly won thi support of student and : alumni even though last season tho tsam had a 3-6 won and lost mark. One rule Wyatt has follower as coach is "no dressing roon pep talks" in or.ler to got the boy all stoked up for a big game. "That sort of thini; went ou around the turn of the century,' he said. "I r . .takes hard, work an( pood conditioning to win footbal games. But the boys know tha win or lose I'm-with them all th way." That in short—is why Wyatl is known as a "player's coach." by a 40 to 18 score. Camden smear" ed them 32 to 0. Smackover gave them a 13-0 licking, then thej* were beaten by DeQueen and last week Arkadelphia downed the boys 6 to 0. The badly bruised 'Hope boys do have a lie with Crossett last week in their favor. However, several key players are nursing old bruises that will slow them • up. Smackover's margin of victory was 13 points over Fairview and 14 over Hope. The.DcQueen score could not be learned at the present time. So the teams are rated about even with either side capable o£ winning. During World War II the Dutch underground used the name of Sc- > heveningen. a coastal city, as. a test unmask German agents. Only a Netherlander can pronounce it correctly. if Chkk Yttftf Remodeled and Redecorated THE OAKS Highway 67 We5* OPEN 24 HOURS Cafe and Service Station We invite you to come out and see us and inspect our place. It's just been repainted and redecorated. FREE COFFEE AH Day Thursday, Oct. 14 Perry Campbell, Owner and Manager Employees Oree Gunter Jane Atchley Sue Dugan James Vess Homer Stone G GOOD domestic help for general house work, Apply in person with references after 4 p. m. Mrs. R. L." Gosnell. 119 N. Pine St. 12-3t Real Estate for Sale Help Wanted JNIVJU* RANTEED IDDLEBROOKS - 7-2822 FQIiEIGN-U. S. JOBS SO. AM. Alaska, Spain. Fare paid. 1000's U, S. Jobs to $18,000, Trades, Offices, Factories, Stamped self addressed env, brings reply. Job Opportunities, Waseca, 44B, Minn. IWt FOUR acres with Hope water, electricity, gas. G. I. Approved 4- room home. $3900. $1,000 down, balance like rent. SIXTEEN acres-opened Hope edge, 5-room home with city conveniences. $3200, J A down, balance like rent. . ... GOING Cafe fully equipped including lot, good building with 4-room living quarters, $?300, Only $800 down. Samuels Real Estate and Insurance. 101 E. Front St. Hope, Phone 7-3766. 12-Gt WAN* «« ••«»«** Hf,y»* » 1. Lost LEFT black suit case, vicinity of Tol-E-Tex. Lid tore. Rope around case. Wire on handle. Return to 619 W. 3rd. Reward. ll-3t Hope Builder'* Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 » New St29 Army « NPW & Used ioets t ."Guns f : ;i»i3Si3^p 'if^Tf^f- Hove Your Car PAINTED NOW! Kl':, $35.00 While you- ore having yoyr car pglnted we can dp that work on your motor, brakes or bpdy work. Expert mechanics always ' Notice TP ewr Regular C«$tomer» Yo«r ISSO Peoler fR Jp, , ^ .^Kw^W iCe. NOTICE Arkansas is. the•-only • state in tho 4B that can exist with a wall built around' itself. Let's tear down this wall and live. VOTE FOR REMMEL Pol. Adv. Pd-.for. by E, C. Martin Strayed BLACK and white spotted hound. Reward. Howcll Baker, poute 1, Emmet. . 13-3t Sugar is Hawaii's biggest business, but she produces only one- fortieth of the, world's sugar. FOR .... PUU.P0ZER WORK Land Clearing — Dirt Moving and Pond Digging. Call TOM DUCKHT 717 W. 6th 8t. Phone 7-3/94 MSCWiHGo for Another Victory ! -^ CHICAGO Iff) • Michigan. State will toss .aside its seuson's record Saturday and shoot- for -a fourth succseive Victory over Notre Dame, a feat no school has accomplished in 42 years. If the Spartans who in three games have been beaten only by Indiana, succeed, it might : well be by passing, the same weapon Purdue used to overcome the Irish 27-14. , . Michiban State Fublicitor Fred Stabley told the Chica«o football writers yesterday that the partnns will lino up a. stavtint; baqkfield against Notre Dame \yhich will' include three quarterbacks. "And all threo can pass," Stabley said. The reason for the 1hree quarterbacks is the loss of .'Lerojr Bolden. star halfbac't, who is not 'xpected to play because of a leg injury. Michigan State will start Earl Mori-all at quarterback with John Matsnck and Clfirence Peaks at the halfback spots, At the beginning of the season Matsock was No." 3'quarterback and sophomore Poaks rated No. 3". "Because of injuries," said Stab- Icy, "Coach Hush Dmighterty gave Peaks a chance to run at halfback and he's been in there since.'! The lust time the Irish suffered four or moic successive losses to any one team was from 1837 to 1912 when Michigan heat them eight times in a row. During that same span, Notre Damo was beaten four straight by the University of Chicago. MSC rolled over Notre Dame 36-33, 35-0 and 31-3 from IBM to 1952. They did not play last year. Despite the one-sided 33-0 victory over Pitt, Irish Coach Terry Brcn- nan said in a telp.phono interview yesterday, "We'i'-J still not a good football team. We need sharper offense and "a bettpr pa-ss defense." ''Michigan . Sate. will be our toughest foe yet.' Those losses to; •Iowa by four points and Wisconsin by six point mean nothing," Brennan said. Reports from Hytfra-Maf/c* GfflC owwers clinch fhe dl-around superiorify of "Hydra-Atof/c Hauling " Drivers love HAULING Grqval, Fill Dirt and Tpp §pil. U^ht Hauling. ERNEST 1 CMC's are rounding out their first two years in service. And the experiences of owners in every field of tr^ck use seem to leave no doubt about this: . A j "Hydra-Matte Hauling" is obsoleting the slower, 1 harder, more costly ways of the manual'shift truck! / ^ ^Jiydr»«Matic CMC trucks are earning more *GMC'» Truck tfyJr«-Mat!c Drlvf HOW has b«n providh mort tk*» half 9 billion m!let of use In civilian a»« ' tvthitles. ltktta#for4w%Wt9*.*w'GMCt^lfi#faiKtf<t!lx!r9Wtm*»mi* for professional haulers. They are slashing deeply the costs of delivery operations. They are speedingschedules; saving time, mpneyand trouble for owijer$ in all kinds of businesses. These proved economies ar e waiting for you in light-, medium- and heavy-duty CMC's, Why don't you pome in and see what we can. do for yoii? II Top Radio Program* NEW YORK W Selected pro-> Hrarm, tonight: NBC 7.15 Frank Sinatra; 8 Groucho Marx; 0-°,0 Keys to the Central CBS 7 FBI drama, "One in 9 Hundred:" 7:3Q. ?l?t Precinct; 8:30 Amos Andy, ABO S=ao I^cwe 8:3Q WWteman HEMPSTEAD MOTOR CO. 319S,WoInut i Ark. -i r f! •* DAGWOOD, SEt \WHOTHATIS r AT THE FRONT DOOR GOOD MORNING SIR OR.MADAM AS THE CASE MAY BE OR SHE CERTAINLY NASTY OUT OUR WAV By J. R. WilliaiiM Travelogue Ahswer to Previous Puzil«, TAT^T INIAl iTl ACROSS DOWN 1 'fRolling down 1 Folks you ,^, to r " meet in Russia •"* 4_—Lake 2 ': Th . e .--City, Utah „ curtain" 8 . Strait, 3 Natives Of a between . Canadian Australia and . 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OM YOUR. GAL'S , v MOVIE FILNA, YOU BETTER GIT \ THEM SPUES OFF QUICK? WITH ~1 SPURS RATTLIM' THEy'LL ! 1 TOO-rAW'IM A , ; JIFFY VOU'P ,< \.OOK LIKE A , MOTH-EATEM -V -s. SAPPLE 'i% "A BHAUKET/ -_- --=~j- ~ T»aFNia T —-—ajBjLrxNSB^ v**— -sis "~isC^ s \-\\- ' ' » nu u .-*(~>\.-^- «nr » *-\\ '****''"f 1 "'-- f4^s _.!_,% : :^; k -. A |f. ^ .^^^~sM*- ,":-.- i3^r?.==5SS-^f-..-' ^»»- . -w~ , >»^ *» J* f^fe^-g^r^.^-—^:- _.re -u» -^ '--*.^ ^•^fi^^' THE TIMIP TOUGHS c , ( ,,, Ml> , -^ «- -.--Ss?^= .. i~,T. M. « K -"• >•' OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopl« AiN'f YOU MiXebl. WAS "it eoee aMix THIS MUG, WHY, You JACKALS/ THIS MY IMPRESSIONS OF " \AlUlD HirBi uv n CARNIVAL By Dick Turner TT. M. R.J. IT. 8. P«t. 010.. Coir. 1954- by NEA'Stnlci, IM FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershfaergef 'For your information, Imogene, you're now eating tha taxi fare home!" .SIDE GLANCES By Galbroith 10-19 '$/*$**(%!$ ^ T. M.««. V- "Qh, buck up, RogeM Dad will ««y y?$, if v^msrch In and tell bim you want t? ta«^ hi? ibkgftit fini .worry off his hand?! 1 ' •'Snooty! He has to have eyerythlngjojrtjtch!*'' SWEETIE PIE By Nomine Setiai Of AAK IKI LISTEN T0 ME, •YOU LEMON- , HEADED BAB00W WASH TUBES MONEY. IP HIS 5-TO»l • SHOT LOSES,If ?ACK73U?Of - ) jb4g'a;£tS WteH SHOULD HfWE THw OEA.L PRA.criCAuy CL05ED BV TUB TIWE I GET. THERE* BUTWcKEB . _. NEEP MB, SO— SAY, I'D BETTER &TOP FOR ..... . C/VR I FDILOWEP POP. =-, THEM PASSED A FEW MILE* BACK., MODBU AMP COLOR A& AMU -r^^^^^«»ai "Sf^h. M EfeLtiJfES&EH»Fi^^Krai!ajai3ia?!31 "POTS AND HEK BUDDIES i >, i . 1 ^'^ *•— — "-i.it* k -"- SUGS BUNNY N-NOT QUITE.' IT'S T-TAKIN' ME LONGER THAN I )RKV5 3tt.:l ''.'! l^ OOP ' " 1 ; ^^^"ji'i^awaaiOi "^^?^ ' -" <^%Py?Y«' I'M ONLY TRYING/ WHY IS IT I AM MY GOSH, coe Yro i HELP Vpu,/NOT AVENGED OF' WHAT'S THE IPEAX DOC..*THATY THAT APE? WHO MOVING IN AND \ BABE 15 I LOO5EP HIM FRC. CRABBING MY / TROUBLE... \ HIS SHACKLES? ACTJHIS WAYP/BELIEVE ME, I KNOW/ NOONEi.HE BROKE ITHE CHAINS HIM- > SELF,.,! .SAW HIM/ 1 SEIZE THAT SLAVE! BIND HIM.WITH •>. MORE ANP BISSER CHAINS.' JUMR' YOU T\OAF5/ $ ^ OR PPISCILU'S POP «'»«*.«, (S> '"fc"! >1T~ r if ,^.0 V-*-" is on, Why is it, when tfte play , . .„ ,_ The actors speak so low? "Vbu strain your ^iar but still can't Because they mumPle so: —-»^- r ft-i , t tja^n when the cororo Why is.it, THS STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE • INS: ...AMP I PRECIOU? OlAMQhPl t t ( ( " '^*^- ' V ' r i |»4-'^5V^4*:

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