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^';^ ' ' |"| *, ,* ' 'V;, _ ( ' HOFt STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, Novemb«r 20, 1947 Thursday, November 20, 1947 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS SSfFfED llptjfc I* ^flS^Bifata^ttbllcitton^ Rtal Eftote for Sole HOPfe CONFECTIONERY, WALK out proposition, Arkatlins business district, same locatlbh 35 years Good equipment, stock and busi ness, a knockout proposition for mam atld Wife. Reason tor ftell- Ihg,' other 'business. See OrVal Taylor, 114 So. Main, Hope, Ark or Phone 12. 18 ' 3t 100 ACRte COMBINATION BLACK- land and stock farm, well proVcd, on road, worth looklrig want to buy. Floyd and Son, ay and good at if you forterfield 18-6 U 060D CON- Iplete line, of r /erdo Toilett, 6 miles Irof'KashviUe on No. 4 Kigh- 14-<5t ••A -V HOGEHS SefVice/'ior ^elght. " i8-3t , allon, 40 mJl^S per liour. Condition. 423 South Main 1CALLY NEW m ACRE' STOCK FAfcM ALL fenced, large pond, artesian well >Tenant "House and Barn, abou 160 acres meadow ahd open land Fine tract of growing pine tim ber. Located 3/4 miles from 07 Highway, V4 mile from grave Highway. Price IS ddllars pel acl-e, Mt cash balance good terrns I'loyd Pofterfield. 20 G Arkansas High School Title Race to Start Little Rock, Nov. 20-(/P)—Three nights of first-round competition in the Arkansas High School football SPORTS BODNDUP championship Under. Way ton ig P h' will get ^layoffs it in one Class •By Hugh t. fullertort. Jt. New York, Nov. 20— (/P)— Since this is the season when the football "experts" headaches America, acquire trying to all-sectional, their biggest pick all all-confer- B ACRES, NICE 8 UOOM large barn, chicken house, etc About 400 feet frontage on High- W&y,,in city limits. If interested see Floyd Porterfield & Son *._ , * « Ti v. „ — vfi.ilr .i' Arkansas, 20-Ot TRIG BAfeY 'CHtCK XTcapacity. One 10 X house, Call 566-3. 20-3t Dj-pOINTKR * AND ONE . Reasonable. Bob Nichols, if South on Lewisville TOP. OIL, RANGE, condition. Reasonable, ne 1097-W or see Ola Lloyd,. fllt. 3. - , 20-3t Business Opportunity WAtKINS PRODUCT? COMPANY has Very. attractive ( pratiositl(Jn ' lOr man *,or woman in this city. Regular.Uirie of .customers established. Interviews confidential. See' dr'write 'A. A. Pate, 414 telia fefiet, Texarkana, Texas. Give, full particulafs, address. ( 19-ot and three Class B games. The featured AA battle will the L'ittle Rock Tigers of District Five favored to open defense of their state title successfully against Blytheville's Chicks, District Three at Little Rock. Class B games tonight arc: Bauxite (District 5) vs Parkin (8 at Bentbn) McCrory (2 vs Earle 3) at Wynne, and Dierks (7 vs Dermott (8) at Nashville. Friday Night Schedule: Class AA —Van Buren (invited) at North Little Rock (5), El Dorado (7) at Pine Bluff (8) Class A— Forrest City (6 at Conway (5), Siloam Springs (1) vs Boonevllle (4) at Van Buren, Becbe (2) vs Paragould (3) at Searcy; Class B—Pocahontas (invited vs Atins 4) at Russellville. Saturday night Sublaco (4 nd Fayelteville (1 will clash at Fayetteville in Class AA and Magnolia (7) and Crossett (8 will square off at El Dorado in Class A. •'. Little Rock, El Dorado and North Little Rock are co-favored for the Dojble'A championship'. Falling in the'Upper bracket with Van Buren, Fayelteville and Subiaco, the Northsiders appear to have, the best chance of reaching the finals. Little Rock and El-.Dorado, who olayed .a scoreless tie during the regular season, must play each other in the semi-finals if they survive , , ence and all-most-anything teams, this dept. Will start the ball roiing by naming the guys-who-wcre-best- the-day-we-saw-'em team. . It s one sure way of picking an , ''all" team Siacki, Columbia and Brod nax, Georgia Tech; Tackles, Bryant, Army, and Shimshak, NaVy; ;uards, Suhey, Penn State, and Steffy, Army; Center, Scott, Navy. . ."T" formation backfiedl: Quarter, Rossides, Columbia) Left Half, Diminick, Boston College; Right half, Irk, Yale; Fullback, Rowan,, Army. . Single wing backfield: Quarter, C. .Drazcnovich, Penn State; Loft Half, Gage, Clemson; Right half, Minisi, Penn; Fullaback Wevcr, Princeton. Week's Worst Indiana's Cook-Miller publicity ; Notice UNFURNISHED pattment. Private bath. To le only. Two bloclcs from' ,;Barlc-w Hotel. ^Phpne 946. REE ROOMS. FURNISHED FOR " housekeeping. >• N e a r ' store. See Mrs. J. E. Phone 38-F-jl. 18-3t O ' UNFURNISHED "" ROOMS ori'terit. North of Brick'Yard. . Loy. , l8-3t ~ FURNISHED. 2 Lnjiles^out -on;Hosstoa highway 1 - fjlPhbne" 1153-J-2.V ' 18-3t ICEC : > "CFRONT •* BEDROOM, entrance. Kitchen prlvi- 6^3 North,Elm St.~Phone . < 18-3t 3DROOM WITH BATH IN PRI- ie, Close in. Gentlemen j 715-W. ,., 20ft STORE BUILDING y|OT fixtures. 622 South Fulton as Onslead Grocery tSee\Mrs. Callie Rinehart, 20-3 CASUALTIES casualties of World ar ^amounted- to J,108,738,„O -"number, Russia had 475,000; M States,' , 70,752; England an|e»r19(y;ooO;, Italy 1 , 13,000; the "1,09,9%' and .Germany 78,603. ,v/ ' BKMOVED FREE ^ ! ^ Within 40 MUet ,- PIAD HORSK, COWS ••J CRIPPLES -, f^lWRl^n* RtiMlerfna Plant b nSo» 883-W /Phone Collect) f?t r ll Ho Anpwer Phone 3198-R WE BUY USED FURNITURE, One piece or carload. City Furniture Co. Phone 61. 226 East 3rd. Street. i7 ' tl iRDER YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT magazines now, Special rates. Chas. Reynersort, Phone 28, City Hall. 23-lm the. opening round. For .teams which didn't earn Trading in Minor Loops Continue team checks in With a note that the Hoosiers .may come up with a backfield of Nick, Dick,'Chick, Tick Nick Sebek, Dick Deranek, Chick Jagadd and Hugh (Tiek-Tock) McKinnis. . This backfield, they add, might click. . And, if you want our opinion of the gag, you'll have to put an "N" in the word and spoil the rhyme. Pigskin Plcklhs Pnnn State vs. Pittsburgh We think that Pitt's Panters Don't know all the anthwers. Harvard vs. Yale ' . , This games is sure To end most happily For Harvard Squaya And the late George Apley. Missouri vs., Kansas Though everyone pans us We still Will pick Kansas North Carolina vs. Duke Tn this southern fixture Look out for Duke's mixture. Louisiana State vs. Alabama A spelling lessoh strange to see Is L. S. U. » Spelled . O. S. E.' 1 ' In A Stew .••'" Norfolk, Va., football promoters are trying to line up some outsland ing high school, teams for their sec dnd oyster bowl game. . . Wonde why they don't Invite some Georgia Crackers? .'." - '"'•'. Columbus,- ;p., -Nov.- 20 —(/?)• -i Minor eiiters its third'day with the Class A -clubs scheduled to reach in the league baseballs annual arid telegram, draft, player grab bag. Triple A minor . league ..',tepnis Eight Cats to Play Last Home Game Friday Tomorrow night when the Bobcats tangle with Ark.idelphia eight members of the high school foot- all squad Will see action for the ast time at home. They are: Jack Ray, Denny >mith, Robert McCullough, Wilton Sarrctt, Charles Crawford Joe Roofer, Billy Ray Williams and Bev- >rly Osborne. These boys, -all es- sential'to the team, will play their ast game of high school football Thanksgiving Day when the Bobcats journey to Pine Bluff. In Arkadelphia the Bobcats meet foe that is unpredictable. The visitors have enjoyed a fair sea- Son and boast a 19-0 decision over Prcscott and lost to DeQueen 14- L2, a team that soundly licked Hope last Friday night. , Their starting lineup Friday night will average . 155 pounds while Hope'"s starting eleven wil weigh 163 per man. The Bobcats will be minus the rvices of starting guard S. A er injury last week and substitute back Mitchell LaGrone who is nursing a dislocated hip. A large crowd is expected to turn out for the final home game. places n the playoffs; this will be just another weekend as they continue their regular schedules. ' 0 ' : 'W«! Service and Repair' . . , . - APPLIANCES REFRIGERATORS make* and models REFRIGERATOR & TRICAL SERVICE Elm Phone 70 p, m» Ptxone 909-R 210 «. Bob Elliot Named Most Valuable 'By JOE* REICHLER .Now YorK, Nov. 20—(/P)—Bob Elliott, heaVy hitting third baseman of the Boston Braves, today was proclaimed the National League's most Valuable player for 1947 by a'Vote of a-24-man comlttee of the Baseball Writers'^ Asociation. In'becoming the first member o a non-pennant winning team to gain that distinction since Ernl Lombard! of the foutthrplace Cincinnati Reds won the award in 1938, Elliott also had the honor of becoming the first third'baseman in either league to win the title since its inception >ln, 1911. The' 31-year-old native of Son Fpanciscoj'whose great work both 'at bat and in the field was largely responsible for Boston's .third-place finish last season, is only the second Brave thUs honored. The other was -Johnny Evers, of Tjnker- to-Evers-to-Chance fame back in J914,, j Elliott, a converted outfielder who made the shift to the hot corner in 1942, polled a total of 205 votes in the balloting for the Kensaw Mountain Landis Memorial award to win by a comfortable margin over Ewell Blackwell, rightnanded Cincinnati ace pitcher of no-rUn-, no- hit fame, who.had 175 points. Johnny Mize, slugging first baseman of the New York Giants, was third with H4 and Catcher Bruce Edwards led a sizeable delegation in New York New York, Nov. 20. —(UP)—Al Silvani, manager of Jake Lamotta and former body guard for Frank Sinatra, was among those expected to be questioned by the district attorney today regarding La- Motta's fight with Billy Fox last Friday night. Silvan! who is the "manager of record" for Bronx Jake was in the middle weight's corner during the Fox fight along with" Lefty-Rb- mini, former manager of the heavyweight Tami Mauriello. Sil-. van! has fronted as manager for LaMotta since Jake broke off with his'--former pilot, Jimmy Murry. SjlvSrti ; was expected to occupy the chair!:m -the district attorney's office vvhere Bobby Gleason sat during .'five hours' of questioning yesterday. Glenson is the proprietor of : tho Bronx gymnasium where LaMotta trained for the Fox fight. In addition, it has been-customary for Gleason to work in La- Motta's corner for New York bouts, but lie was not in Jake's corner last Friday night. Frank S. Hogan, district attorney, and. his assistant, Alfred J. Scotti, head of the D. A.'s rackets bureau, wanted to know why it was that Gleason did not work in picked MP 20 recruits Monday .and the Class Double A teams grabbed 17 from,-lower.'circuits- yesterday. -The Doublc-A selections, as announced by Minor League President George Trautman included: Tulsa — outfielders Ralph Davis, Rappanahannock. Va., who played at Narows, Va.. from Richmond ol the Piedmont League, and Edward Wiltsee, Indianapolis, Ind., at Clinton, la., in 1947, from DCS Moines of the Western League; Pitcher Alfred Boresch, Roxbury, Mass., from P,awtucket of the -New England League, and Catcher Carlton Nobel, Valley Park,. Mo., from Austin of the Big State league. Mobile — Pitcher Peter Wojcie- Chowski, Collcgeville, Pa., from Waterloo of the Three-I League. He played at Hot Springs this year-. Little Rock — Outfielder. Johtj W. ' Grice, Gastonia, N. C., from Thomasvillo, Ga., of the Georgia-, Florida league. ,. , . 210 South Elm « Auto Parts Phone 70 DELIVERY SERVICE CITY I ELECTRIC CO. of Champion Brooklyn With" 140 points. Dodgeis Two Colleges Considered for Cajun Bowl Lake- Charles, La., -Nov. 10 — (/P) —Magnolia A. and'M. of Magnolia Ark., and Arkansas Tech of Rusi sellville, Ark., are among teams; which are being considerd for'the first annual Cajun bowl football game to be played here Dec. 12, John McNeese Junior here will be host team • College ' 9 Piston Regrinding e Crankshaft Regrinding » Brakedrum Turning Cracked Blocks and Heads Repaired WANTE GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET . Twenty-six players figured in the voting, an' unusually low total, and ten received at least one first-place vote. Elliott lead In this department With nine first-place ballots. Ed Wards had four. Blackwell, and Peewee Reese, Dodger Mize, short- >• Indiiitriol Wiring Do You stop who lintshe'd eighth in the voting, had two apiece. .• Jackie Robinson, Negro rookie first baseman of the Dodgers; Larry Jansen, -freshrnhn pitcher of the Giants;, Emii (Dutch), Leonard, veteran knuckleball hurler of the Philadelphia Phillies; Dixie Walker, veteran Dodgers outfielder, and Willard Marshall, Giant' flychaser, each was named top man, on one ballot. Of, the 26 players, only Blackwell was named on . all 24 ballots. Robinson finished fifth with 106 vCJtes, just nosing out Pittsburgh's Ralph Kiner'who placed sixth with 101. Janseri was seventh with 91 votes and Reese's eighth place total was 80; Harry Walker, the Phillies' fleet centerfielder, who led the league In hitting with ,362, and the corner Friday night. They also inquired about . La- Mbtta's training preparations for the fight and whether any under- World characters consorted with him during the conditioning period. When Gleason emerged from the D. A.'s office, he told reporters that he. wasn't supposed to work in LaMotta's corner Friday night because he'hadn't been asked to work there, He explained that he had worked for the Bronx bull-only when' invited to do so. Unconfirmed reports indicated that tho^ district attorney was still seeking a missing key witness who had been expected to testify regarding LaMotta's financial status. Meanwhile, the New York State Athletic Commission continued its own investigation of the fight without dsclosing the names of persons who were called before t. N*f4 (Loan Payments ; Rfditced? Need Extra Ca«h? i of WHERE you can probably help ce all Government „—-,„-, w»s have now been jlr*P»»ved, If you want your —W*nts reduced, or if need extra cash, or fee tie right away, pver keep a customer BROKE? You need cash not sympathy We need 20 used caps to wreck. LAMB'S WRECKING YARD 317 South Laurel LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Hples * Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lota • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 & Walnut St. Baby Porkers to Defend Perfect Record Saturday , By The Associated Press With the championship feud in the Arkansas Intercollegiate conference on the sidelines, the freshman game between the Universities of Arkansas and Tulsa at Fayetteville Sturday heads the state's collegiate football menu this weekend. The Arkansas yearlings will be seeking their sixth victory in as many starts in this season-closing engagement. And, as this is to be an all-frosh tilt, the Shoats will be without the aid of varsity reserves or "B" team members against the Tulsans. „. . There'll be no change in the first place deadlock in the AIC as Arkansas Tech will be idle and Arkansas State Teachers College will be host to Northeast Oklahoma Teachers at Conway Friday. Rex Pearce, the Teachers' ace back may be kept out of action with a leg injury, and a tough battle is anticipated by Teachers Coach Howard Montgomery, Three conference games are docketed, but they will have nothing to do with the -title fight Arkansas college visits Magnolia A. & M. and the College of the Ozarks will be guest of Arkansas A. M. at Monticello Friday. Hendnx and Little Rock Junior College will meet at Little Rock Saturday. For .... LIGHTING, COOLING, YWIN6, MOTORS, on* APPLIANCES or onythiiig ELECTUCAL fet AUIN ILECTRIC CO, SUM-, George (Whitey) Kurowski, long bail belting third baseman of the St. Louis Cardinals were tied for ninth and tenth positions with 45 votes apiece. LADY HELEN PALMIST AND LIFE ADVISOR Pan be consulted on a" affairs ° LppS'ted at Tol-E-Tex Cabins outflde city limit* on 67 Th« .d with if *MI entltle to ^-Z-ii-~ WASHER! THEY KNOW THE BENDIX SAVES TIME AND WORK! Just put your clothes in the Bcndix, set the dial, add •cap .. .and you're through! 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