Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 28, 1952 · Page 16
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&«« Monthy, July 31, T951 WANT AD RATES All Wont Ads Am Poyobl* In Advance But Ads Will Be Accepted Over Th* Telephone And Accomo- dotiort Accounts Allowed With Th« Understanding The Account Is Payable When Statement l« Rendered. Number of Words Up to 15 16 to 20 21 to 29 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 .60 .75 .00 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY One Time 75c per Inch 3 Times 80c per Inch 6 Times 50c per inch Rates quoted above ore for consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All daily 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 of. fering lor publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as houses or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will (lot be responsible for errors In Wdnt Ads. unless errors are called to our attention otter FIRST insertion at ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. > Phone 7-3431 HOPE STAR Alex H Washburn, Editor 4 Publish*! Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmcr, Much. Supt. Jest M. Davis, Advertising Manager -i.icfuu as second class matter at • •*•-•_• ot Hope, Arkontai, under the Act of March 3, 1897. N0M STAR, H ARKANSAS OZARK IKI ' Ke-'-f' ' *"'"' TH-furmuH srote ***** SfCOffttAH'CAMf Alt HOMf tVHfM eiMUH Hoftfteto ifr OUR . CATCH UHS muo GOT., soNowweoom o/r SOMG HITS OffN ' LOSES HI CHANCE FOft A SHUTOUT , IN TH' TOP "S OFTH" NINTH f OUT OUR WAY iv J. R. Wllliomi »y Mfeha*! O'Malfey and Ralph LOM to Pr«vlou« Puitl* IM <3LA(7 TO ENTER- UNOW HOW VO YOU GO ABOUT MP AT THE CLUBt COffONAPO... UET'& GO, WMIL6 PEACHE6 JO IMTO TO INVITE A 5TRAVJ TAM AWy OP . ME \ PATHEtT'5 TO Twfe CCUK-. «.V ) PKIEM7&, MX. PLINV, H6IRE55 A0QUT itOY RUIM ,VVy\ VVSLL, \ CHAWCE TO MARRY ALISON THE POY IPVQUTDUD HER I'(7 BEEN/ SOUNP5 EMSAgEC? TO A CHORUS GIRL/ UP f'KOr'FRI.Y WITH 7K1CK'3 LIKH THAI? 1 WAICHEP 1 VO1.J PIX- IMO THAT TO i OOK: WOC--.D "n-tAw IT TO WSCU66 A LITTub I7EA. 2«Wllh anchor <lon«lanro raliod "Entry in • 37Lun« «ExcI«mntlon * l*d|»r Ijj| i Inflammation of annoyance Iia»V'4ftf a*Chllli , .43 Depend ' HKindo," 20 Jewel* 44 PinUn po«t i ' 31 Calyx l«nv«« «I'arl DO >OU PLAME'HIM,WITH A FEW MILLIONS REAPV TO FALL INTO HIS LAP ? WASH TUBBS HPJunt nrmly 33areak 47 Uied to calc saCllmbliu . headland lome ft.h SB South (pi.) Ulk American 4»0b»ervea frletldi 5 ' 9 R ' nt mammala .10 FVcnch coin til Leilie Turner ^^)P HIDE'EM.BABEl IF \$TOP,VOU FEMM.E WE GOE5 TO TU'COPS.THEV WOWnSNfVKE-IN-THE-GRASS! FIWP WOTHING TO PROVE HI5 5TOKVALL TAKE TH\S TO THE SUPREME COURT 1 . I'll- VOO PEF-XC6 TH& PMWTIMS& THIS RUFFIWO 5TOLE ME! 1 . THOSE ^E THE STOLEN PWWTING5, OFFIC TRSYRE PRICELES KOONTZ! ADMIT T^W 1 *" . WHV MOTHERS OUR BOARDING HOUSE Wim Major Hoopta ^AV n AIN'T TCO&^EN/eM tHB T\,MO-}/(?AH/TRUST VOU ^^^^^Ol^f^ BBTTORti f NITWIT6 TO fvMlST •;- ; i?i FOP? PKe«ilD6^AT I ;^«^ t ^J!.L i>OfiPf:CTv J 'lVUMG6/-t^ ^,?^e V ^TU OF PC6- f AMER|CAVOV£S A HOR6E PIAT-JR F,»,E3RICATir4G ... - , jr - » — -* •• — ' -^ lHAV'f' A 3-vf !6PRIN\T'» • WOrAO/vRV-'OL. y gPHiND Tr-tC- BOOTS AND HER BUDDIE) By Edgar Martin VNrXV't'O e./'T /I fe'AKM VJHCN) I /Y- Lt : (-'T AI IVu:/ \'(Mf y TiNiO / 7' f - V\>iT/y .^'-~. v i^'u>r->t:>0 / ' C" , Wfc HfVit OOCVS J Hiraldlc band Follower VO\YY\ GCTC "WSOVXsVS «UGS BUNNY ^^iHV*? r^rLm^ FUNNY BUSINESS By Herahberger ALLEY OOP By V. r. Hamlin OOOLA KJDN/\PED? HECK YOU SOME BIG MOOSE OF GUY... ,\ GENIE I THINK.... DANG IT, THERE'S NO OTHER WAY OUTA THIS PUACE. THEY'VE JUST GOT TO BE ...SOMEWHERE! • ji. *£, .. •••*' la""*^ ' • IMtlHBIWM^MMi^^^^tf^LL^-i^Ll "I certainly will bo '•••-^•iaWwiiiiifc.Siiaa—M^L^* mm when th« gardening *v«r!" * * CHRIS WELKIN, Nanetaer By Russ Winterbothon Burns NOTKHOW AMAIZA IN TUB COULO T SS IH &BUBVIN& THAT TWE EAPTH •• CAATT TGL.L BKACTU/ ' WtmffE \TCAMB RESTRICTED AREA. WXWCWSAPONTfsrSfTE \ CRAFT WHICH • entoeo KRPAWAY! By Carl Anderson ewtfswiW'^^ ri §t A t ,, ft* '!'*(, CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Da? Before Publication One Three Six One Day Days Days Month .45 .90 1.50 4.50 ' ' — 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 15.00 For Rent THREE room apartment. Nicely furnished. Electric box. Bills paid. 204 Banner. Mrs. A. R. Babb. 22-tf 3 ROOM unfurnished apartment. Hardwood floors. Built-in fixtures Largo closets. 312 South Spruce, Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Dial 7-3577 25-31 2 KOOM furnished apartment. I'rb vate bath. Bills paid. No children. 712 E. Division. 28-3t BEDROOM ncyt to bath. Newly decorated. Kitchen privileges. Attic fan. Close in. 109 N. Washington. 28-31 Political Announcements The Star li authorised to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For Tax AaieMor CRIT STUART The U. S. Department ot Agriculture has planned ft Healthful low income diet which totUidrs only 39 pounds of meat Sntumlly jior person. Lego) Notitt COTTON STATES LEAGUE i W L. Pet Meridian US 33 .6»3 Nntehe* 5B 39 .«»» 51 44 Notice HAUL and spread snnd $1.25 yard. Gravel available. Foy Hammona Phone 7-2650. J9-1M For Circuit Clerk ' GARRETT WILLIS S. A. (Speedy) HUTSON For Repreientatlva TALBOT FEILD JR. For County Judo* CLAUD H. SUTTON U. G. GARRETT FRED A. LUCK For Sheriff C. COOK 47 47 32 04 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W I. Ml -HI 58 48 57 48 53 5(1 54 51 WOODLAND WATERMELON GAR DEN. Real cold watermelons out where the crickets and katy did call. 2V.. miles East on G7. Dick Erwin. 24-Ot Star of Hop* 1899; Pr*» 1927 Consolidated January IS, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmar, Pr««ld«n» Alex H. Washburn, Secy-Tr**. At The Star Building 212.214 South Walnut StrMl, Hope, Arkansai Wanted to Lease A farm with 120 to 300 acres for 2 years or longer. Please give full description and amount of rent per year. Will pay $50 bonus to owner. Write Marlin Williams, 115 Magnolia Street, Hot Springs. Ark. 24-01 Business Opportunity MAN or woman who wants to own and operate profitable route of high grade vending machines in this tm-a. $700 cash for 32 machines that are located. Write Box A in care of the Hope Star. 25-31 Member of the Audit Buriou at Circulation! Subscription Rates (payable In advance) By carrier In Hope and neighboring towns — Per Week 25 Per Year : 13.00 By main. In Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, and Miller coun- Legal Notice For Alderman Ward 1 JOE BRITT R. C. (Bob) DANIELS JOE JONES For Alderman Ward I FRED JOHNSON DWIGHT RIDGDILL PAUL RALEY PAT DUFFIE For Alderman Ward 4 B. L. RETTIG State Senate TOM J. SILVEY DR. P. C. CROW Chancellor (First Division, 6th District) WESLEY HOWARD A. P. STKEL ! PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL i AMENDMENT NO.. 41 ! BE IT RESOLVED by Ihc House of Grocmvootl Representatives of the State of; M olm)0 Arkansas and by the Senate, a ; jij nc majority of Alt tho Members | F , nol . 11(lo Elected to Each House ARrpelnpj; , I()( Sp| . inj , s Thoroto: ! ni'^i-iivillt 1 * That tho following is hereby pro-1 posrd as an aniendmont to tho Constitution of tho State of Arkansas, and upon bein.a submitted to Atlanta tho electors of tho State for np-; chnttnnoogn proval or rejection at the next i Nt , w Ol . lenns general election for Ucprcscnta- ; ., , ,, lives and Senators, if n majbr'lly of. ' the electors voting thereon In such'". . ' | election adopt such amendment. M'nvimKnnm the same shall become 0 p«rt of 'V 0 " 1 '")'" tho Constitution of the Stnto of '•"'H 1 »«CK Arkansas, to wit: ! SECTION 1. That the Constitu-1 lion of tho Stato of Arkansas bo' amended modifying Section • 10 of "'"oiuyn Article 7 and Section 3 of Amend- <V'*' Y()1 ' K mont No. 24 of said Constitution, | hl - Louis so as to provide for the election of; 1'hilndt iphia a County Clerk in all of the said I Chicago counties of the State, as follows: ; Boston "The provisions for the election i Cincinnati of a County Clerk upon n popula- Pittsburgh tion basis are hereby abolished and' , •.,-,,,- ilhere may be elected n County i AMERICAN LEAGUE I Clerk in like manner as n Circuit: " Clerk, and in such cases, the! New York 57 • County Clerk may be ex officio Cleveland 54 ! Clerk of tho Prnbnlo Court of such i county until otherwise provided by tho General Assembly." .537 .505 .500 .495 .378 .333 Pet .562 NATIONAL, LEAGUE 50 51 44 W Ql 47 40 31) 27 For Congress OREN HARRIS One Month Three Months Six Months One Year All other mall — One Month Three Months iix Months One Year .. .85 1.60 , 2.60 4.50 1.10 3.25 . 6.50 13.00 Nat'l Advertising Representatives: Arkansas DaHiles, Inc.; 1602 Sterick Bldg., Memphis 2, Tenn., 505 Texas Sank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. •42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Ponobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. -12 BE IT RESOLVED by the Sfnate of the State of Arkansas and by the House of Representatives, a Majority of All the Members Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of tho • State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at tho next general election for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon, at such an election, adopt such amendment, Governor or the* trial court, and | • provided further, in addition to tho right of confirmation horeinabove reserved to the Senate, the Senate may upon the written request of nt least Five (5) of its members that a member or members of the Commission should be removed therefrom, proceed, when in session, to hear any and all evidence i pertinent to the reasons for removal. The member' or jmembers whose removal is so 'requested shall be entitled to be !:?ard in the matter and to be represented be fore the Senate by legal Counsel. These proceedings conducted by the Senate shall be public and a transcript of the testimony so heard shall be prepared and preserved in the journal of tho Senate. The taking of evidence either orally or by deposition shall not be bound by tho formal rules of evidence. Upon Iho conclusion of the hearing, the Senate, sittiiiK as a body in executive session, may remove This Amendment shall be in full force nnd effect upon and after its adoption, APPROVED: March 20, 1051. Secretary of Stato C. 0. HALL May 5 thru Oct. 27 (20 times) Boston Washington Chicago Philadelphia St. Louis Detroit 52 SI 51 44 39 33 58 37 tiO L 27 32 41 4t; 47 53 !)7 71 L 30 43 42 44 411 45 , r >!> (U The Egyptians mode keys locks entirely of wood. .472 .472 .423 Pet .093 .040 .568 .fllfl .500 .430 .400 .2711 Pet .557 .553 .537 .5 IS .41)4 .390 .351 and CamdenTeam Comes Here for Game Tonight The Cawdon Kraflsmrn \\ill piny the Legionnaires here InnlHhl starting nt 8 o'clock in Knir park.) Camdcn is oxpoclod to Hold a better-than-avnraxe nine us ihry have always been ono nf ihc sti-on Rest semi-pro teams in tin- sl;ito nnd have won tho Arkansas title several tlmos, Hope has two more Raim-s nt home this week, Hot SprinKs hero Wednesday nnd Fridiiy ninhls Toxnrkann's Prides nmtimird In hold n comfortable lend lhnui«h July 24 huvtiiH n word ui 1H wins njtnlnst four losses. MInefat Springs is a locond plwcr wltn n 10-fl tnlly; Nfcshvllle I.V7; Hope n-19: Tqmics 6-13 and Hht SprlAftjt MB. tn tho hitilnit department hns only three bnlsmen clmitlng f- Ihr .300 mark: Gordon Rrns- .4*1; Hull \Vhite. .IT.) nnd Marly .321. 113NtwKoi War Coiuolt . .... DepnrtfnofW todfijUdertttf •: *? *$ t * , ' > Due to illness I hove been unable*^'We afj tH« Vof*f In Hope, but I w!!l appreciate, y|tif VoW Qrtd trt fluoncc Tuesday. ' ' ' ( FRED JOHNSON '••; Candidate for ; Alderman Word 2- »^ A Pol. Atlvf Pa lei for by Frod Johnsdm the same shall become a p:iTt of the Constitution of the State of Ar kansas, to-wit: said member or Commission by conducted by secret ballot. members of the a majority vote SKCTIQN T). Vacancies—Filling. Vacancies on tho Commission due to. resignations, death or removal SECTION 1. Commission Created f. ha1 ' b » ! rillotl '^ appointment of the Governor for the uncxpirecl •*- Members Powers. There is Member of the Associated Press: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news 'lisputches. For Sale BEAUTIFUL quality Holstein Heif- hereby created a Stato Highway Commission which shall be vested with all the powers and duties now or hereafter imposed by law for the administration of the Stato Highway with all Department, together powers necessary or * ™ * tl0n Voight Farms. Lomira, Wis —Atlanta, Texas. 9-15t READY to retire from, the Postal Want to sell Home and Supply business. 5 room home attached. Henry Rosston, Arkansas. Phone Waterloo 2396. 22-Ot ONE mule. Soe-N. Cook, 607 Oak St. Rt. 4, Box 63, Hope. 23-6t ripened Elberta poaches. Fresh from orchard each day. proper to enable the Commission or any of its officers or employees to carry out fully and effectively the regulations and laws relating to the State Highway Department. SECTION 2. Qualifications and Appointment of Members — Terms ;of Office of First Commission. Within ten days after the convening of the General Assembly of the State of Arkansas in the year 1953, the Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall appoint five persons who' are qualified electors of the State to constitute the State Highway Commission for terms of two, four, six, eight and ten years respectively. The terms of the persons so appointed shall bo determined by lot. The Commissioners to be appointed I from the State at larye: provided,! tei'iri within thirty days from the date of such vacancy. Upon failure o£ the Governor to fill the vacancy within thirty days, the remaining Commissioners shall make the appointment for the uncxpired term. SECTION 6. The Commission shall appoint a Director of Highways who shall have such duties as may be prescribed by the Commission or by statute. APPROVED: March 20. 1051. Secretary of State C. G. HALL May 5 thru Oct. 27 (2U times) Jupiter reflects 44 per cent of the sunlight which falls upon*1t. FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS TUESDAY For the convenience of all, voters who need free transportation tp the polls Tuesday, July 29, the following schedule is provided. Cars will be at the various points at the time indicated: 9:00-10:00 A.M. . Mayers' Addition, New Town, Yerger's Addition. 10:00-11:00 A, M. South Walnut Street, South Hazel Street, South Laurel Street, Short Shaver Street. 11:00-11:30 A. M. West Third Street, West Fourth Street. 12:QO-1:00 P.M. Bruner Ivory Handle Co., Hope Flooring Co., Graydon Anthony Lumber Co. 1:00-2:00 P.M. North Hazel Street, North Walnut Street, North Laurel Street, North Shover Street, North Dewey , Street, North Graham Street. 2:00-3:00 P.M. Berry Street, Oak Street, Hickory Street, Dairy Street. 3:00-4:00 P.M. Old 67 Highway North, Hopewcll School. After 4:30 P. M. Call- 7-3278, 7-4327, 7-3256 7-2416 or 7-3470 Pol. Adv. Paid for by Ury McKenzlo EXPERIENCE Your CITY COUNCIL is a very '" important unit 1 of your CITY GOVERNMENT. ' r t The ALDERMEN, elected by your ) vote, admin ister the affairs of your City. Ordinances are passed under which you live and conduct your business, . . j Elect a business man to handle business affairs*; % (Qualified - Ask any Mayor under whom he has served) EXPERIENCE COUNTS , ^ ,,,;. VOTE TO RE-ELEGT ; v ^ JOE JONE ALDERMAN WARD ONE This Adv. paid for by Jot? Joncd nnd other buslne«s mi '/is mile west on 67. 28-6t Waitress Wanted out-of-town work. $35 per Koom and board. Good working conditions. Contact Hope Employment Office or H & G Drive-In, Stephens, Ark. 23-81 EXPERIENCED waitress. TcTp salary. Good tips. Apply in person Holiday's Cafe, 4 miles east of Hope on 67. 24-Gt Wonted ONE more experienced waitress. We have five of the finest girls in the state, but need one more. We pay the best salaries in the and furnish meals too. however, that no two Commissioners shall bo appointed from any single Congressional District. In the event of rejection by the Senate of a person whose name has been so submitted, the Governor shall withiQ five days after receipt of written notice from the Secretary of the Senate of such re- j jection submit the name of another appointee to fill .such vacancy. In the event the Governor should within five days thereafter fail to appoint or fail to submit to the Senate for confirmation the name of any person to be appointed, ' the Senate shall proceed to make the appointment of its own Choice. SECTION 3. Terms of Office of Members. Upon the expiration of the foregoing terms of said Commissioners, a successor shall be appointed by the Governor in the Mrs. Carroll, Diamond 23-U TWO good steady dishwashers and one cook's helper. Apply Mrs. Carroll, Diamond Cafe. 23tf DOES HEMPSTEAD COUKTY HAVE BLOCK VOTING? HERE IS PROOF THAT IT DOES. Affidavit FOR SALE • ICE COLO WATERMELON The Coolest Spot in Town with the most attractive setting under THE OAKS Hiway 67 West at City tlmttf. manner provided for in Section 2 for u term of ten years, which term of ten years shall thereafter be for each member of the Commission. SECTION 4. Removal of Members — Hearing — Review and Appeal. A Commissioner may be emoved by the Governor only for he same causes as apply to other onstitutional officers after a hear- ng which may be reviewed by the Chancery Court for the First Dis- rict with right of appeal therefrom o the Supreme Court, such review and appeal to be without presump- ion in favor of any finding by the FOR SALI Toil toll **-Flli CUy <~ 'Ro»d Gravel — W«*J» Gravel BULLDOZER WORK RALPH SAUNDERS Phone Pay 746SI Night 74174 ANNOUNCEMENT Dr. Emmett Thompson and Dr. Harold M. Brents announce the association of — Dr. David Lloyd Guerin in the continued practice Ql Qptometry III State of Arkansas County of Hempstead I William Nelson, on oath state: That on the 13 day of July 1952 poll tax receipt No. 5656 was delivered to me by Mitchell Conway.. That I did not pay anything for said receipt orid I did not ask for said receipt. Signed this the 28 day of July 1952. William Nelson Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 28 day of July 1952. J. F. Stuart Notary Public (SEAL) My commission expires Apr. 1, 19,§§ Affidavit State of Arkansas County of Hempstead ] Clotie Booker, on oath state: That on the 13 day of July 1952 poll tax receipt No. 5657 was delivered to me by Mitchell Conyyoy. * That I did not pay anything for said receipt and I did not ask for said receipt. Signed this the 28'day of July 1952. Clotie Booker Subscribed and sworn to befo'e me tfiis the 28 dxiy of July 1952. J. F. Stuart Notary Public (SEAL) My commission expires. Apr. SPECIAL Men's Straw Hats All Reduced to l /2 price Men's Dress Shu of $1,1 REGULAR $«.95 AND $7,99 MEN'S LINEN WEAVE S! Sixes 28 ro 34 v in th«M. To Close $3.00 Reg. $5^50 3 PC. Towel Sets Colors reel/ block, dork green •ancj pumpkin. $3.95 O'",All All

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