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The publishers reserve the right, to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to refect any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures tuch as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unlesi •rrors are . called -to our attention after FIRST Insertlen of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 40 ACRE farm with large house, north of Emmet. Mrs. Tom Garrelt, Prescott. Phone 209. Hope Star Star af Hop* 1I»») fnu 1*27 Conielldattd January II, 1*2* Publfched every weekday afternoon by (TAR PUBLISHING CO. C. I. Palmer, Preildenl Atox. H. Wethburn, Secy-Trot. at The Star Building S12-14 South Walnut Straal Hope, Arkanial Alex. H. Waihhurn, Editor l> Publliker Paul H. Jonei,,'Managing Editor Jen M. Devli, Advertlilnu Managw fieorge W. Hoimer, Meeh. Supt. Entered aiiecond clan matter at the Post Office at' Hope, Arkcniai, under the Act of March 1, 1S97. Member of the Audit Bureau at Clrculatleni Subscription Rotes (payable In advance): By carrier In Hope and neighboring towns— Per week 29 Per year 13.00 By mall In Hempitoad, Nevada, LoFayette, Howard, and Millar coun- tlei— ' One month ,85 Three month*. 1.60 fix month* „ 2.60 'On» year ..............._ 4.50 All other moll— Ona month 1.10 Three month* 3.25 fix month* :. 6.50 Pna year , 13.00 . ' Hafl Advertising Representative*: .Arkansas Dallies,, T Inc.; .1602 Sterick •'• •Ida., i Memphis 2,. Tenn.; 505 Texas Bank Bldg.; Dallas 2, Texas'-360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 , Penobtcot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; " Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla.' ;,.'•'*•'> i' Member ef The Associated Prem The Associated Press. Is entitled exclusively to the use for republicatlon of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP new* dispatches. Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1'Mo.-TF For Salt Laydwdy Open on TRIKES * BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. PEANUTS and popcorn. C. E. Spring, 12 miles southeast on Highway 4. Emmet. Route 1. 22*6t 900 SACKS Lion Brand Ammonium Nitrate 33.5% Nitrogen Pellett Form easy to put out $3.20 per sack, now is the time to put it on your oats. MCWILLIAMS SEED STORE 26-Ot PANSY plants. Very best, large flowering. Mont's Seed Store. 27-3t Fights Lost Night Aiftoctattd t»reft* PHILADELPHIA Cafmett fta- rtolohieo, 145, Philadelphia, out- pointed Ike White, 148, Philadelphia, 8. NEW YORK Tony Johhson, 175 New York, stopped Billy Tisdale, 182'/z Bridgeport, Conn. 4, SYDNEY Australia 8 Freddie Dawson, 140 Chicago, knocked out Benny Falen, 148, manila, 1, Aggies to Go All Out in Try to Beat Porks By Thf Associated Press Arkansas race toward a cham- Hope-Camden KickoffSet for 8 Tonight The powerful Camden Panthers come to Hope tonight for. k conference game with the luckless Bobcats at Hammons Stadium star» ting at 7:30. It will be the second straight year the Panthers have visited Hope due to lopsided home schedule at Camden and a top heavy travel schedule of the Bobcats. By mutual arrangement the two schools agreed to the change this year. District Play in Full Swing Over Arkansas By TOM DYGARD Of The Associated Press Two Big Seven hlsli school football games tonight will gc a Ion;; way toward parting the close company on the middle rungs of the conference standings. Second place El Dorado goes to Texarkaria for a. game with the fifth place 'Razoi-back and North Little Rock and Pine Bluff battle at Pine Bluff to- settle a dispute over third placs. The top and bottom teams of the conference .are taking a week's leave of the conference race. Lit- SPORTS ROUNDUP •9 «AYLt tALtet, NEW YORK Iff) — There was an item on the sports page the other day which said that Ralph Branca, at 28 years of age, had been waived out of the big leagues, a washed- up pitcher who didn't know which ws.y to turn next. Immediately three pictures came to mind of thip tragic young athlete who only a few years ago appeared destined for greatness. Iri the first picture he was sitting all alone on the Brooklyn Dodgers bench, a brilliant but nervous kid of 31, waiting to start the first game of the 1947 Series against tha New York Yankees. He had won 21 games during the Season and was, perhaps, Manager Burl Shotton's logical choice to face the - - _._ ,,_ ...» ..v.M-.oi.t.jix.v. J. U I. ^ . JJI t~ Camdon perhaps is the strongest tie Rock's Tigers, perched at lh.> team the Bobcats have faced or top with a 4-0 record after frac- £"' \ *"* will face this year. The Panthers turine El Dorado 2-7 last wnon have only lost one game to North play Central ffl°h of Memohls 2 ^, Ut J , u . st ! llllng 'I''' 0 ?"? wa ,', lin , 3 Little Rock of the big Seven. Last Little Rock Mcni Phis at whi]e his teammates took their plonship and Texas' desperate week they upset the Pine Bluff. Fort Smith and Hot Springs are' p "' ga 'T p ^ ct ' cc ° bvi °" y W ° S *" efforts to save something from Zebras of the same loop and pre- idle Brings are ordt!al for the dark , intensc yom ^. disaster vie for interest in * fat viously have beaten Hot Springs ful Southwest Conference football and Texarkana of the Big Seven. weekend. Arkansas finds itself the-favorite after four Saturdays of being'.the (They also hold victories over Fair* should El Dorado's purpose in beating Texarkana, which the Wildcats 28-3t vnderdo.e and that might be a, pro- 1947 JEEP Station Wagon. Radio ? hcc y of do " m a ^ the Hazorbacks ™*™ int Tas f ° the heater, overdrive, good condition, l 3 ™*™* into T ? as f °r the ast Sale or trade. Phone 7-4597. 28-3t time thls soason tp mect sullen ' For Rtnt vengeful Texas A&M. Undefeated, untied and riding T rvtr-nr ir u j „_„ LOVELY air-conditioned one magnificently atcp the conference 'race, the Razorbacks best be, and bab , a wa of an . Ag g ic . two bedroom apartments redecor- 1 leam whose coach( Paul Br yant, ated inside and out. A nice place says .. is going to beat B onnib6dy." to live for reasonable rent. J. l.i Before Arkansas tries for :its LIEBLONG REALTY CO.' fourth stra ight conference victory, Phone 7- 2228. , 5-tf Texas will have made its bid. for HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post ; hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bar- glittering comeback aga Mcthodists gain House and Pawn Shop, 206 at Ug0n ,„ the aftornoon S. Walnut, Phone 7-2471. 18-1 Mo. NICELY furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrances 7-3497. game and it's the big testator Coach Ed Price's mid-season shakeup of a squad troubled by FIVE room home with .bath on 23-tf violations of the training rules and lackadaiscal play. .. Texas has no championship large lot. Phone 7-2532 or 7-2894. hopes but victory here would mean 212 S. Washington 28-3t.much more than that. It would — '- mean the Longhorns could pick FOUR room unfurnished house, themselves up from the lowest ebb 1103 Foster. Inquire at Franks & O f disappointment. ; , Southern Methodist is unbeaten . in the conference race and 'whjle THREE room house for colored fa- fl dqfeat ^ y Texas wou ld not be , s a Son. Garland Pate. 25-3t mily. Liehts, water and sewage. Phone 7-2894. Miss Lillie Middlebrooks. •" 26-3t FURNISHED 3 room apartment. Private bath and entrance. New- 419 South • Elm, 27-4t fatal blow still have a the Methodists would chance at the championship it would'slow ,dowir< : the league's most vicious surge'and put a crimp in rosy plans..,,'- At Fort'Worth,-Baylor and Texas Christian will be playing their most : crucial game. The 16ser will fail NICE duplex apartment - three-out of the championship .race. : rooms and bath. Located at 404' Rice, .still in contention with, a ly decorated, Phone 7-3138. West Fifth street. Call. FOSTER. REALTY CO 217 South Main Phone PR 7-< 11-1 record,, takes time out '• from I conference 'rtrife for a. pleasaiit 1 tfternoon of intersections! -^K^" Wanted To Rent A THREE bedroom house. Phone 7-2821. 29-3t Taken Up V anderbilt team that ha come close but hasn't been ..able to win p. single game in four tries. •Rice is a heavy favorite to triumph and boost the conference's intersectional record that now rests .at 13 victories against 7 losses. Arkansas is a 13-point choice view, Crossett and Malven. Hope has only won two games, tied one and lost the rest. The Bobcats have yet to win a conference contest. Kickoff tonight is set for' B o'clock. On the local field last night the Texarkana "B" boys downed the Hope seconds by a 19 to 0 score. Texarkana scored in the first th^j quarters. Starting lineups: Hope . Camden 175 Rowe or 155 L. Cox LE Daniel 154 168 J. Crawford LH .. D. Don-is 190 160 Chambless or 141 J. Fincher LG .. A. Ration 172 147 J. Keck C. R..Edwards 165 158 R. Herndon R.G .. S. Ozmeat 180 176 Honeycutt . RT . F. Bivens 191 '151 Huddleston RE ..' Brbdnax 159 trouble. accomplish is to take a with little tighter hold on second place. The Wildcats can't go up in the standings unless Pine Bluff arid North Little Rock' completely ignore the facts in upcoming games and beat Little Ror:k. North Little Rock and Pine Eluff are tied for third place, each with tier. A reporter, we recall, commented quietly that he doubted Hogs Favored for First Time in 4 Games COLLEGE STATION, Texas Mft The undefeated Arkansas Razor*. backs, fourth ranking fOotbalft power in the nation, meet downtrodden Texas A&M here Saturday night in a Southwest Conference game. For the first Urn c since the Razorbacks smashed Tulsa 41-0 in its opening game, Arkansas Will be favored to win. The odds-makers have made Texas A&M, which has won only one of six games this year, a 13-point underdog to the high-flying Porkers. . , • If Arkansas wins as expected, if- will be the first time in history that the Razorbacks have gone undefeated on Texas soil. And, it . Branca would get two balls over 'will run up the longest Arkansas the plate. He was wrong, though. (winning streak The kid got it over and the Yankees racked him up. Ir. all. ho pitched 8 1-3 innings in the Series and was ganged for 12 hits and 3 earned Some runs, might say that the experience burned itself into bran- ca's rnind, and they could be right, 140 R. Mullins 162 S. Marlar RH. LH D. Nail 155 Bratton 180 152 W. Johnson QB . G. Jordan 153 162 B. Duke C. Stover 152 Notice HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION i Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. Instructions CLASSES In tap, acrobatic,-ballet , and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo, For Sale or Rent TWO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool hall. If interested, contact A. S. Williams, 300 E. 7th. Texarkana, Ark. Phone 7-5860 or 22-6606. 19-1 Mo. ite Control Co* Pip'- INSURED JUA^ANTSIP $'•' s » Tr« Jiiipeetion-£»II .JMIDDLEBRpOKS Jr. IfJ^PW^ Nlg'ht Phont FEMALE pointer biraV dog with w ^..^ „_ „ brown spots Frank Schooley, 201 out lRat mghtj that if Arkansas Edgewood. phone.J-3323. 26 - 3t , v ,a5. No. 4 in the nation and was no heavier favorite than that, then the "Aggies ought to be fif tconth " ' j; ' A&M has fullback Don Kachtik wearing a mask to protect a broken nose and he probp.bly will see limited action, but otherwise the Aggies are in top shape for th<? pupreme test against the tough men of Arkansas. , _._ = _ _ . Statistically, Southern Methodist a Tot of bunk or hi ay be you "are '.j s far ahead of Texas. The 2!!: e ^ y .,.?* m fe e £,f n , d ^2 r ^^r, Mustangs have averaged 346 yard. SO YOU ARE Disgusted After trying to find suitable employment, you have become disgusted. You a're : tired of answering ads'only to find they are just Wonted 13. eijta -New G, I. pjs — Combat Bopte -p Beote — B-29 JapHsts Jackete r- New * *'6opti — Tarn «. f s, CirtaMf and Doprs w if M • e B&n^ Strvjcti Offered renovation Cobb WANTED TO BUY One inch rough green Oak Lumber — regular lengths 'and tie siding. For prices and specifications write —• .GURDON LUMBER COMPANY 9EIRN£ ( ARKANSAS strikes and layoffs. Or you may. be disgusted because "in your present position you have no opportunity to advance in salary or responsibility. If that is the case you should know about our company. Believe me I do not have any fly-by-night, get-rich-quick scheme. What I do have is a booklet prepared especially for you entitled — Money and You. This booklet will explain to you the eurninus and opportunities that you will have with our company right here in Arkansas. If you desire to change' employment or are presently unemployed drop , a card or letter to — MONEY AND YOU, P. O. BOX 1488. LITTLE R,OCK, ARK. The book will be sent to you and free of charge. 25-3t is .a flat 'last in the conference with a puny 243.3. SMU also is No, 1 defensively, allowing onjy 21P 3 j?er game, while Texas .alsofe^ ;3 last in this department, swirejtJder- ing 376.3 yards. The Longhorns' are more than 30 yards behind their defense, Baylor and Texas Christian appear due for a wild offensive struggle. The Bears have rolled up 332 yards per game and TCU 278.5 and the two teams arc the most prolific scoring outfits in the league. The Horned Frogs face Baylor, however, with chiefground- gainer Buddy Dike on the shelf with injuries. And Baylor has L.G; Dupre, its finest running bfjck uady to resume his blasting ways. itill the Frogs are narrow favor te , Saturday to Decide Title inAICPlay By The Associated Press The Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference -football championship probably will be decided at Monticello • Saturday afternoon when- the league's two titans clash. . Arkansas . Tech, who has. rolled past, five opponents without a loss, end. .the defending AIC champions, Arkansas iA&M,.. meet on-the Ag- gies' homefield. . -.•"•.A&M/has lost one game against three victories 1 , . but the defeat came in a non-conference game. • Tech is a favorite to win and take sole .possession of. the AIC lead, despite the fact that the Boll Weevils (1) will .be playing ; at home ,ahd (2 have had two weeks to : ge.t ready for the contest. A&M took a day off last Saturday while Tech had to fight its hardest to slip by'Little Rock Junior College 9-6. Earlier in th? season, A&M defeated LRJC 26-6. Both Tech Coach Sam Hmdsman snd A&M Coach Convoy Leslie said their squads will 'be in top shape for the game. . Tech's superior depth likely will mean the difference between the two clubs. The: Wonder Boys-boast three, teams of almost equal ability, while A&M has a difficult time finding 'just one good substitute at some positions. Southern State, ' the once-beaten 'darkhdrse candidate for the AIC litie, takes a week off frbm league competition to play LRJC -at Lit- tlfcvRocK^Saturday : hight. In the other conference games, trampled this year have been conference teams. Magnolia's Panthers have won their four conference games to date, while falling to thiee non-conference teams. Camden, another unbeaten team in 4AA and the prc-scason choice to win the championship, goes to Hope for a conference game. The Bobcats have lost all three of their 4AA games .to date. Camden has won £ix of seven overall, two of them in . the conference. one victory and one loss. In District 4AA, Fordyce and Magnoia collided in one of the most crucial games of the season. Three i nn /i of the seven teams Fordyce hasp for he never again was to be quite the pitcher he had been ft 21. The he ever won 14 the following after year, by 1951, when he throw the since 1927, when won seven in a the Razorbacks row. So far this year, Arkansas has defeated-, five opponents/Counting its season's end victory over Tulsa last year, the Porkers now. have won i-ix in a row. -v.'^ Arkansas Coach Bowdcn Wyatt isn't taking-the Texas A&M game lightly despite the • difference in the two teams' records. ;Thc Aggies steadily under have , improved the coaching of mos-'t famous gopher pitch in base- n.-itive Arkansan. Paul (Bear) Bry- ball history to Bobby Thompson . Smackover's Buckaroos surpris- with play the Giants, his won-losl mark was done to 13-12. The second vivid picture that comes back had to do, of course, with that fatal pitch which the bi? fellow delivered in relief. The Giants, just miraculously catapulted into the World Series on Thomson's blow into the stands, were : n d ul g ing in a maudlin scene around home plate. We recall watching the stricken pitcher stuff his glove into his hip pocket and bow his head and slowly begin the long, long walk out, to the Polo Grounds dressing rooms. The third picture was the night " "'• of aiU, ingly low in 4AA standings two wins and two losses, sett in' the other conl game. • ' . .'There's, a good chance the District 3AA championship is at stako in the Malvern-Russellville game at Malvern. Russellville has a 2-0 record and Malvnrn' a 10 record in the four-team conference. Forrest City tries for its first District 2AA victory in a game with, , ,,,.,, Stuttgart. The ' Hieebirds count a's man ' vho had , la ' c1 him low, Thorn- conference : opponents for Forrest son ;. You nover4 heard _such n com City by agreement. ~'" '"" "" The only conference game in 1AA and have played very well against conference opponents .Arkansas, a? usual, came out of last Saturday's 6-0 triumph ove'r Ole Miss without a serious injury ,-ind will be in top condition • fqi{) the game. .' < Texas A'&M's small squad alsp is expected to be at full strength. The game will mark the first time this year that Arkansas has held an advantage in depth over an opponent, but the Razofbacks probably will use no more thap 25 men unless the game should —become a rout. So far this year. Arkansas, which lends the Southwest Conference,, JLiie UlUU jJlUtUlU WaK IIIC Illglll *«-<n.io, n"- VJV/MIIIWI-^I, vxwuiv.n,iiv.s-,« of the annual baseball writers show has whipped Baylor 21-20 Tcxasli only a few months later, and tho ballroom of a local hotel was filled to ihe highest level with figures of — . r the nationa game. And suddenly a 6-0 iipset decision over Georgia Christian 20-13 and Texas 20-7 in addition to Tulsa and Olc Mis);. Texas A'&M's only victory there in the spotlight on the big Tho Aggies have lost to Texas stage were both Branca and tha Tech 41-9, Oklahoma A&M 14-6, man who had laid him low, Thorn- Houston 10-7 TCU 21-20-and Baylor 20-7. ,: pits a pair of toilendcrs, Rogers and Springdalc, against each other at Springdale. Sixteen Class A conference games are scheduled: motion as went up, most of it out of sincere admiration for the boy from Brooklyn. Branca sang his lament in, a good tenor voice, with scarcely a quive rand Thompson the hero of the. skit, thanked him in kind for having tossed up exactly tho ball he wanted. It was easily the high- l.'ght of the show, and there were some misty eyes around a previously jolly gathering when the last note of the duct had died. The incident about convinced tha Walker, Kyle Rote, Dick McKis-j'- laEel)a11 world that Branca had -ack a razzle-dazzle outfit that ^' e heart of a lion, just for having In Indonesia it has been found pos sible to produce 3,000 quarts of soybean milk on one acre. Coach Wyalt'-is expected to start the same lineup he UFcd against Olc> Miss. Ted Souter and'- Jerny McFaddcn will be at ends;Bradford "and Jim Roth at tackle's^ Bud '.Brooks' and Waylarid''Roberts both c'f Hehdrix which meets match also-rans, Henderson at Arkadelphia Friday night and State Teachers plays Ouachita at Ar- kadclphia Saturday. Hapless Arkansas State journeys to Memphis to meet Memphis State Saturday, and the Arkansas Freshmen play Oklahoma A&M's Frosh in Oklahoma Friday night. POSTED. No hunting or trespassing on my stock farm. 2 miles south of Hop. Thanks. Elbert May. . 26-6t Lost RED Plastic billfold on Highway 67. Finder keep money but re 1 turn papers to Cecil McCovkle, Hope Route 2. 25-3t MALE and female, beagle puppies. ZVi months old - black, tan and white. Lost in Beverly Hills «»rea Buddy Mhoori. ?§-3' Co. Salesman Wonttd War. 4-tf Repairs, Call 154 Mo. HtlpWanHd WANTED: A good reliable man to supply customers with Rawjeiglv Products in Hope or North Hemp stead. County. Write Dept. Tenn. mous to time. Writ* wanted to seU the fa Freezer and Fooc Also Saleslady on pjr Training furnished care ot Hope 28- Box C American Loop Block to Sale of Athletics By JOE NEW YORK The American make SMU a national thrill. The Mustangs were unbeaten in 11 con- 'erence games when they journeyed to Fayetteville. But it was Arkansas' homecom- .ng, and the Raorbacks wanted nothing more than an upset. They Imost got it. Arkansas smashed to a 12-7 lead and the Hog fans were jubilant. Then, with eight seconds left in he game, big Gil, handicapped by a trick left knee that could "go out" at any time, turned defeat nto victory. The Ponies lined up on the Pork- or 16. The snapback went to Johnson, whpse knee held up just long enough. He stepped back calmly at a lineman bore in, cocked his arm, spotted halfback Paul Page in the right flat and fired a per- :ect pass. The clock ran out as the :all arched through the air. The Mustangs won 14-12. The play was allowed because it Degan before time ran out. Doak Walker was allowed to kick the ex- ,ra point. League apparently has forced tho 'hiladelphia Athletics into Kansas :ity. Blocked in its efforts to sell thi club to a Philadelphia syndicate, the Mack family was expected t* day to resume negotiations Jor the sale of its stock to Arnold Johnson and the transfer of the Philadelphia franchise tp ihe Missouri city. In a special meeting yesterday, the American League voted to reject the bid by an eight-man Philadelphia group to buy the Athletics and keep the club in Philadelphia. The vote, according to an American League executives was 4-4 Six affirmative votes are needed to approve any pwney. SWEET OF C. SOUTH KJNCSTOWN, R. I, (UP) •~'\YiU E. Sweet, a Democrat running for a state senate spat, will be listed on the bal'-ot as: E. Sweet p| ~" Look Out for SMU/ Johnson Warns Porkers DALLAS I/P) The man who shocked Arkansas with probably the most galling defeat in Razorback football history says tho Hogs better beware of Southern Meth odist. This, advice comes from a Dallas service station operator named Gilbert Jchnson. Fans will recall hjm as SMU's great passer during the Mustangs' golden era ' of the (ate 1P40'5. It was Nov. 13, 1948, that Gil Johnson whipped Arkansas with a touchdown pass Razorback fans wjll never forget. The final gun SQurided as the pass rifled through the <»Uv 'Arkansas, unbeaten -this year and striving mightily for the South west Conference championship, ha? a fighting outfit; Gil concedes "They've got gre^t dctcrmina tion," 'he says, . • Put he agrees that SMU looks like the team to win the title i Arkansas doesn't. The Hogs anJ jijui'tangs* clash Nov. '13 this year "Pon't forget §M,ys got a fine team this year, too, with plenty of spirit," GjJ s&ys. "A great line, ba$>kfj«ld. SMU's going to be back; Joe Thomason at wingbaclq; Ficnry Moore at fullback; ' anil George Walker at tailback. .>. -.-':. Arkansas holds a one game lea.ll in ('he- 27-game scries between the two teams, having \von 13 against 12 losses. There have been two ties. • fhown up if nothing else, and wo heard the belief expressed more than once later in a long night that he finally was ready to take up again where he had started four years before. But it wasn't to be. The next year there was arm trouble and Branca got into only 16 games. Two seasons ago, in '53, Manager Charlie Drcssen permitted him to work in only seven innings before* he gave up on him for good, and in July of that summer Branca was waived out of the National League. Detroit took a chance on him, (hen the Yankees. But now Branca, who should be right at the peak of a great career, is booking lor a job again. IT' OFFICIAL ' NW YORK, (UP)—Large sign displayed on side of automobile seen in midtown Manahattan: "Official United Slates Government Taxpayer." at guardr; Jerry Ford at Preston Carpenter at ceiitcrv blockirig Queen Mother Visits ' Metropolitan Museum NEW YORK Ml Queen Mother Elizabeth of England spent her first day here much like other visitors to the big town : sli« toured the Metropolitan Museum of Art and saw a Broadway : -show '.in the evening. ' . .'. ,': The royal tourist also -attended a luncheon given in her .honor yesterday by the Canadian .Club; : Mi the Waldorf-Astoria, : and uriVoitc.d at the club a formal portrait-of her daughter, Elizabeth, ;' Quce"u. : of England. .'••"•;''. .'!;';'v;.t' It was raining as she emerged from the museum, and one of her escorts, Walter S. Gifford, former ambassador to Great Britain, remarked "A little, like dear old London, isn't it?" Gifford quickly added it "wasn't meant to be an remark." unkind The Queen Mother smilingty replied: "Oh, no, just a little crack." hard Jo beat,' fa,ces Texas A fight SEN. McCLELLAN SPEAKS in behalf of the DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE for Governor OR VALE. FAUBUS Hear Highlights of the Senator's address before the recent Democratic State Convention SATURDAY-7:45 A. M. KXAR AUO TUESDAY 7:45 A, M, - KXAR y^j^^fA^fsi Friday, October 29, 1954 HOPI STAft, MOM, AfcKANIAl Champions to ^tart Tour Across Nation By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD I/PI Pomona College in PRESCOTT NEWS mont, Marge pion begin a Mr. and Mrs. William Oats Honored Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bemis entertained at their home on Monday >r. ! t-i t evening for the pleasures of Mr. ~ u ? n g i, and Mrs. William Dates, who have nearby Clare- Glory" and prayer by Mrs. J. W. Teeter. and Gowcr Cham- tour that will send recently moved to Prescolt. After the guests arrived they them dancing to 77 cities across the land. /» The personable pair is starring 'en "Three for Tonight" with singer Harry Belafonte, actor Don Bed doe and 20 Walter Schumann singers TSie show is presented by the show business phenomenon Paul Gregory. If it is as successful ss his "Don Juan in Hell." "John Brown's Body" and "Caine Mutiny Court Martial,' "Three for To. right' may be lighting up the marquees much longer than its {•resent 90-day schedule. rifrl visited 1hc Champs at their ^Hollywood hillside home as they were winding up details for the tour'. They were conferring with their musical director, Dick Pri bor, and' writer Bob Wells, who drbanrtcd' up the show with Gowcr were served a dessert course from First Baptist Church at her home the dining table covered with a ! on Monday afternoon with seven white damask cloth with a border \ members and a Visitor attending, of hand painted pastel colors and I Mrs. Roy Stainton , voiced the centered with a crystal epregne opening prayer and Mrs. Wilburn filled with white and lavender oz- Willis gave the devotional, alea mums and white candles. | After the study on "Brazil" con- Effective arrangements of bronze ducted by MrSV'A. R. Underwood, Mrs. Loyce Anderson Hostess To I W. M. U. Circle 1 Mrs. Loycft Anderson was hostess to Circle 1 of the W. M. U. of the Navy Coach Fires Three Players PITTSBURGH W) Capt. Tom Hamilton, who learned strict dts : cip'.ine in the Navy, grimly went about his coaching duties today after firing three players from his Pitt football squad. Hamilton, doubling in brass as Athletic Director and coach, dis and yellow azalea mums decorated the living room. Parlor games were enjoyed with prizes being Hale, Mrs. won by Mrs. Gene J. V. McMahen and Carl Dalrymple. The guest list included: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haltom Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hale, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. the charman, Mrs. Buddy Sarrett, conducted the business. A delicious salad course was served. rhissed a first stringer, a second stringer and a reserve halfback last night. He said they failed to show up for practice for two consecutive days. Cut loofe in the action were first string guard Ed Stowc of Sorher- ville, N. J.; second string guard Joe L os anhdalfback Gene Stera- tore, both of Washington county, Pa. The Negro Community Or brlnj W. M. U. Circle 2 Entertained By Mrs. Dutchle Bright Members of Circle 2 of the W. M. U. of the First Bap,tist Church were Franks, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gray, | cnterlained on Monday afternoon | by Mrs. Dutchie Bright at her Mr .and Mrs. Dudley Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Buchanan, Mr. I home on West Main st and Mrs. R. F. Yarbrough, Dr. and, The chairman Mrs. Mrs. C. P. Arnold Jr., Mr. and Julius I Prune Layer CAKE with fruit icing Applesauce : CAKE Blueberry PIE Brown 'N' Serve Rolls fresh Daily JOE'S CITY BAKERY 216 S. Main Ad preslded . Mrs. Adam Guthrie Jr., Mr. and, Thc ' devo tj O nai was given by Hrs. Mrs. J. V. McMahen, Mr. and Mrs. Weslcy Lhidsey a« a Mrs - Harrcll Carl Dalrymple Adam. and Mrs. E. W. S. C. S. Concludes Study • The W. S. C. S. of thn First Methodist Church met on Monday af- tcrnoon at the church for thn concluding study on "Man and God In The City" with Mrs. L. C. Gatlin in charge. The song "Onward Christian Soldiers" opened the meeting. Hines had charge of the study on "Land of Many Worlds.!' Mrs. Dick Bright was welcomed as a new member. Coffee and cake were enjoyed by the 14 members during tho Mrs. Thomas Buchanan Hostess To W, M.. U. Circle 3 Twelve members of Circle 3 of the W. M. U. of the First Baptist . . . Mrs. Dan Pittman gave an in- church met on Monday afternoon on ,in the home of Mrs; Thomas Buch- spiring devotional talk based Matthew 28. ,'anan for the regular meeting with A mock broadcast from different Mrs Mettie Robinson presiding in ' the absence of the chairman. , Mrs. Robinson gave the devotion- Mrs. GatJin gave highlights of the al and conducte d the business. stations was given by Mrs. J. T. Worthington and Mrs. Green. Highway Mishaps Fatal to Four By The Ansoclated Press. For Arkansans have died in the past 24 hours from injuries suffered in highway accidents. Mrs. Mary Stone, 65. of Rogers, Ark., died at Tulsa, Okla. today of injuries received in a traffic accident eight miles .north of Rogers Oct. 17. She was moved to a Tulsa hospital 'two days aflei ,hc accident. Mrs. West Campbell of near Clarendon., Ark. :died yesterday from injuries suffered when ahe was struck by a car on Highway 17 soulh of Brinkley, Ark. She was 69. Two other persons died yester day from recent highway accident in the state. Mrs. Lilly Poc Dobbs died las night from injuries suffered in car accident Oct. ' 19. She was 6 The cai\in which; she .was..a .pa snc'gcr was drivcrj by Edna Ros Bird of Manila, Ark. L. C. Pulliam, .7*2 of Little Roc died yesterday from injuries su tained in a car wreck just nort of Bald Knob Oct. 34. MT. ZION CME Rev. I. M. Manning, P»«tor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Epworth League 7:30 p. m. Evening Worthlp 9th The study on "Brazil" was led study book and reviewed the chapter. I by Mrs. Buchanan. The meeting adjourned with thej rjririks anc * cookies were served song "God of Grace and God of' at t h e close of the meeting. Pole-frame construction tuts farm building costs «,„. -*~et • You can save up to half the cost of erecting and maintaining your barns, poultry houses, machine sheds, «tc. : Pole-type farm buildings, solidly •upported by Koppers Pressure- Creosoted Poles, need no founda- . tion, require less lumber, and eliminate the need for costly skilled inbor. ' • See us for more information about pole-frame construction and Koppers Pressure-Creosoted Pole*. GUNTER RETAIL LUMBER CO. Ph. 7-3495 442 E. Dlv Marge was enthusing about a new balm she had discovered to iooth Charley horses and other dancers ailments. She is taking a arge quantity along. I'll need it." she sighed. "Im ngaine 77 different stands in HO icrformanccs!' Its not cso much that might wear us ower. "It's the traveling. We lave worked harder in night clubs, doing two shows a night. We've >cen on the road as much as four nonlhs at a crack, with no time of." "But those dates .were never less i :han two-week stands," Marge re-j marked, 'even got to stay in hape. We have no understudies to go on for us." She knocked on the nearest wood adding: "Fortunately, we havo only missed performances twice in iur years together. Once Gowcr gave me a shiner without even touching me. The tip of his cane nipped my eye and broke a small blood vessel. My °ye puffed up in a matter of minutes. That was the night Tony DcMarco stood up and said, 'Gower, get her of the floor! Look at her eye!" "I couldn't go on the next night because the puffed eye. After that I had a shiner, but makeup could cover it. "One other time in rehearsal 1 ;, I slipped and hit dower's chin driving a tooth through his lip. He couldn't perform that night." Carradine, Wife to Try Again Mrs. J. R. Moseley returned to ^ ^£^ ^de? o»' Hni-virt in T.rmrrwiAU/ nn lulnnnnv . ...'.- '. . her home in Longview on Monday after a visit with Mr, and Mrs. Roy Loomis. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McRae and Mrs. T. C. McRae returned pion to .reconcile, John Carradine out picked up acto yesterday an of s coui'thoiis carried him building. The display of exuberance 0 as the couple left a hal the dancing lday Xrom Bossier City where , they hom . sess i on "\ v i"th" s'upcrior"judg down,' . added | have £ een £ * 5 U "' S ,° mM ,!'' Elmer ' D. Doyle of the Domest ! Mrs. Don Sallee and family. Relations Court. Carradine and his wife 'a Mrs. Betty Gordon and Miss Jes- nO unced they, would resume^ the '- -"--'- -— Monday visitors man . ia g e v on a . gO-day-or-ldrige m* t« Mil* tuffttf Funeral H»mi EEBEE MEMOrtJAL C. M. tL Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pafttft* 9:48 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worihlp fl p.m. Epworth League. B:00 p. m. Evening Worship BETHEL A. M. t. CHURCH Rev. Q. Paschal, Pastor B:4S a. m. Sunday *cbook 11 a.m. Morning Worsnlp 0 p.m. A. C. E. L- 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship. CHURCH OF GOD In CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennlt, Partor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11' a.m. morning worsnlp. 6 p.m. Y. P. W. W. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship L.ONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Powell, Pastor 8:45 a.m. Sunday School 1? a.m. Morning Worsblo, 6 p.m. B. T. U. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship RISING STAR BAPTIST Rev. W. M. Erby, Paitor 0:45 a.m. Sunday school, ll a.m. morning worship. 6:00 p. m. B. T. U. ' 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship Q^RRETT CHAPEL BAPTIST Rev. F. R. William*, Pastor 8:-15 a.m. Sunday School . 11 a.m. Morning worship 6 p.m. B.T.U. 9:30 p. m. Baptist Hour ove> Station KXAR. NextWeek's Menus in Hope Schools Hope Public School Menus for week of November 1st «« November 5th: » i . • ' Elementary •Monday — Meat Sails * Tomato Sauce, Blue Lake Green Beans, Cranberry Sauce, Biscuit, Honoy. Milk. Tuesday — Spaghetti with ChfeBsn Meat Sauce, Mixed Greens, Onion and Carrot strips, Corn Bread, Peanut Butter Cookies, Milk. Wednesday Soup, Crackers, Peanut Butter and Honey Sandwiches, Cake Square, Milk. Junior - Senior High Monday — Meat Balls - Tomato Sauce, Blue Lake Green Beans, Cranberry Sauce, Biscuit, Honey, Cake, Milk. Tuesday — Spaghetti with Cheese Meat Sa.ucc, Mixed Greens, Onion and carrot Strips, Corn Brad, Peanut Butter Cookies, Milk. Wednesday — Tamale Pie, Pepl- Hominy, Green Salad, Enriched Bread, Jello, Cookies. Extra items dally, such as Soup, Sandwiches, Milk, Pic, and Cake, Alii notion df , Affection Suif CLAfcKSVft,LC s A*& fcfettft Pedcn, ClarksvUle , , , has been awarded $25,IM1rt ft *utt cltargihg alienation of aficcUoft., A Johnson County Circuit Cotirl jury teturned the Judgment > fiftef deliberating ohe hmif and three minute* eft the testimony present ed in Peden's suit against JamfcS Hammond, another Clarksvlll- businessman, - , Pcden had sued Hammobd Id $100,000, churgtfiR Hammond hat caused him to iofee the affection of his wife, his linear-old twin daughters and his 8»ycar-old sor In January of this year, boft men were Injured in an exchang of shoits on a lonely road flea hero. ' " . Hammond was tried in Mart! for assault With intent to kill bu the trial resulted .in a huhg Jut} Still pending is aft assault wtt intent to kill charge against Peden Also pending 19 a second sul brought by Peden against Ham mond asking $23,000 for injurio suffered in the shooting. About 90 per cent of U. S. Irh ports of dried, Whole eggs com from Sweden. FORQUAI | *("'.•»» M irtM. f*r%peedy~dei *. rH» U 1 p. n COSTLY BOTTLE SAN FRANCISCO, (UP) Herbert L. Engstro, S5, Marine Engineer on the freighter Hawaiian farmer bought a case of tax 'free whisky for $22 in a foreign port and tried to bring it into the United States. A federal court yesterday assessed the following levies after Engstrom was caught: $16.38 tax on the whisky, $10.38 in penalties, $50 fine, $104.40 fine for the ship's captain for permitting Engstrom to bring the whisky ashore, $300 for, the return of Engstrom R confiscated auto. Total $501.16 plus lawyer's fees. Engstrom didn't even get to. keep the whisky. Wholeiale or Retail ."".>. • ARKANSAS BLACK8 •, RONtE.BEAUTY,! DELICIOUS • RED DELICIOUS <• STAYMEr CAGE: CHURCH OF GOD C. L. Crossley, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school ll a. m. Morning worship 6 .p. m. Y.P.W.W. ; 'jB.,p.' m.' Evening .worship •\:K.'. • - ~~ : ~"~" - • Buneral.services for Mrs. Emma Adams of Washington will be held Sunday, October ..31, at 12 o'clock with> "burial in Marshill Cemetery. Hicks Funeral Home is In charge. There have been rare specimens of tigers which are black rather than striped. RUSSELL'S CUR 901 West 3rd ''. Thpre will be a Halloween Capn- I •'_• •»' • ' "'i T-»» _' * ' " m ' _ !-_!—:_ r«_t_ __i What About Your RADIATOR? Now is the time to have it checked and fixed be- rrives. stock lia'tors cars and STEEL Sheds, Farm Buildings; an'dvjp made according to-specificati structed at low cost •* ' CALL... for rexarKana. H. S< Brooks has returned to hicago after a visit with 'his sis- r, Mrs. Ca'ra B. Stone, ,;and in ot Springs. , Mrs. Ira Vard of Little Rock is ic guest of her daughter, Mrs. arl King Jr., and famly. Miss Loyce Stewart returned to itt!6 Rock on Monday after a vi- it with her mother, Mrs. Bob Ste- 'art. Friends of Miss Fay Loomis will egret that she underwent surgery i the Texarkana Hospital, Texar- ana on Monday. basis. •.• Carradine agreed to .drop his, charges of misconduct, but hiS divorce complaint alleging.- cruelty, will not "be withdrawn until : 'the reconciliation period ends. The gaunt Shakespearean actor's exit line as he '.eft the courtroom in the arms of his lithe and strong armed wife was, of course, "All's well that ends well," DAUGHTER AT LOST ' CHICAGO (UP The proudest father in Chicago today' is Nor man Dachman, 22. His- wife gave birth to a daughter. Dachman is one of f6ur sons, his father is one of seven sons end his grandfather one of nine sons. lyai,'. ai mevms i raining ocuuui Fnday, .October ,29, at 12 to 3 p, m. Tflgjpviblic is inv v lj.ed. % ... ; '• ''r{ •,' •" '• •'•J.L— JL.il/ "i ' "i" v ;• ''Friends of Mrs. Amanda Jackson 'of Sheppard wiE regret to Mow that 'she is ill in a local hospital. .Mrs. Persie .Turner, H. M. Norm,an and Helen Turner attended thp, CME Conference in El Dorado op,;.W,ednesday, October 27. . ; ?M.rs. Clara ,B. Cooper and Mrs. Woodrow Lenner of Minda, La., spent the week-end with their sister, .and sister-in-law, Mrs. Vera Jones.-. . • • ;-,iflW|ii fore cold weatnei We have a goc of godcJ used for all make c trucks. WYl Glass & Salvo West 3rd St *,.V.-(.J. w.*-- CHOOSE YOUR INSURANCE AGENT WISELY • .( ' If you ore involved in legal difficulties, do you go to the first lawyer whose sign you see, or to one of established ability and reputation? If you are ill, do you call any Doctor, or one known for conscientious care and skilful treatment of his patients? If you need Insurance, to whom do you go? Your financial well-being, your freedom from worry when yoM have a loss, depends upon being properly qnd adequately insured. Is it not just as important to have a competent insurance agent as a competent laywer or doctor? He i? able tP advise you in case of loss so that your claim may be settled promptly and with fairness; therefore, select y<?ur insurance agent wisely and thoughtfully, as you do your lawyer or your doctor. Let us check your insurance problems with you. VOTE DEMOCRATI NEXT TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2 Elect ORVAL E. mm Governor iiHiiiiiiiHmwiiiiimiiiimiHiiuiiiimimimimiiHimiiiiuimiiiimiuiiiHH^ The Democratic Party offew as its Standard Bearer, Homwa&e Faubus, who won the nomination in the Primary on August 10 and supported by an overwhelming majority of the people of this State who his integrity, ability, experience and determination to give Arkansas and progressive administration —- free from entangling alliances or The Democratic Party in Arkansas propses to rejec melism which would bring to our State an inexperienced and ineajaaWf Executive, • ' .- .... The Democratic Nominee lor Governor stand* 100% lor tf* adopted by the State Convention*/ V , "• Remember the Depression * *. Pon'f ttifa a is n9 ?Mb*tUwte for ROY ANDERSON 4 CO. ' ,\i-f| 210 5, Moin 0K Hti "DARKEST DAYS IN HISTORY" V ^ , Frpm a recent Kkw Shannon column, w Bun of News"*; "Only twice in the state's history -! \ t Ll?? 1 ' Arkansas elected a RepuWican governor.,,, This group had such 9 f tranglehold on the state in 1888 that the Democrat convention inade w* tions tor state offices,,.,. Cbytotff tion M governor w*s »»ything: but » goYernrnejat,,, * It 'constitute in Asm*** : ;, / . ^ fai . .«,,«««*rt-ft^

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