Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 13, 1952 · Page 31
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 13, 1952
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?; * „ f^J^f ?'"''••, * / **. £ e T )^ ''t '"' r% ITA»> HOM, WANT AD RATES All Wont Adi AM Payable In Advoftce But Adi Will Be Accepted Over Th« Telephone And Aceomc- dation Accounts Allowed With The Understanding The Account 1$ Payable When Statement It Rendered. Number of Words Up to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 86 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One Three Six One Day Days Days Month .45 .00 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 6.00 .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 .90 1.05 1.20 1.39 l.RO 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 8.00 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.60 5.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY One Time 75c per inch 3 Times 60c per inch 6 Times 50c per inch Rates quoted above art for con- tecutive insertion]. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rat*. 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 offering for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as houMl or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hop* Star will fiat be responsible for errors In Want Ads unlesi errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion, Phone 7-3431 HOPE STAR Star of Hop* 1199; Pr«M 1*27 Consolidated January II, 1*29 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmtr, President Alii H. Waihburn, Stcy-Ttw. At Th* Star Bulldlnt 212.214 South Walnut Street, Hope, Arkanioi Alex'H Washburn, Editor » Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hoimer, Mech. Supt. Jess M. Davis, Advertising Manager ieri-d as second clou matter at Pa" Office at Hope, Atkanioi, •nd« the Act of March J, 1197. Mtmbtr of th« Audit bureau of Clrculatloni Subscription Rates (payable In advance) By carrier In Hope and neighbor- Ing towns — Per Week 25 Per Year 13.00 By rnail in'*Hempstcari, Nrvada, Lafayette, Howard, and Miller counties — One Month 85 Three Months 1.60 Six Months 2.60 One ., Year 4.50 All other mall — One Month 1.10 Three Months 3.25 Six Months 6.50 One Year 13.00 MAY Yds HWB too $ri*f to AILOW M« to *r SHORTSTOP IN APVANCf OUT OUR WAY and Kotph tan* JHtlNa MM V TOWAffP THE wwweoN* TH*yAM«HT ri—t -j wr^HWr^ i *• r E SORRY POK THE l«br|0 ' l«c» , • 14 Ooti titriy 40 Hurry 43Muileil Into tollw t . hurmony ui • .. 47 Boy «tt«ntliftl to 48Prunt O Pr«il ^^:flH» \ tht Rroin SO Ocrtnnn king ir«Mei Wf '(comb, form) 5tExplr«* ftntllfltq M 31 Indl.n 02 Eiwnllal 01 LeiH* Turnw WASH TUBES DNV THE & TABLE 6IG, WHftT ftRE WE COINS TO ^ I CAN'T DO ? HOW DID WE GET OFF OM HIM OUT. 3AN1' THE WROMG FOOT WITH HIM^/SHOULD HE RE5E US SO? IINNJTTO HELP H1M ( BUT I . POM'TKNOWHOWi W^ i ^\\. lbindn m IWWrt KM sjr.««ntl«l olJ l«i M 35 Weirder *, chlcktn WMATl PIDN'T TO COME OUR IOAKDINO MOUSE Mo)or Heopl* EaAD/DEUCWTFOUUV^M Plt-UV A-S teW 5MAI5T AS V A<5, \MB « -^a -(HlS SAB/ AKRNS AT 1UORMV \\tAV NOT FOOL U. -START/] ^OEASV/ i PLAMTO * <\ NOTICE LEAM6 OMTH& MOOM IS . / I CURV6S AlviO roee MIZ •TO FCOUDtS FILLV IfOTO IS Oopr."l955T5TlE* Bft.lc*. Inc' T. M Rug. U. & P«L QH. By. Edgar Martin BOOTS AND HER BUDDIE* OM A BOTTLE* WATCKES 3RAA" FOOTONi MUST -\WK),V< I BET VAf MOVE FA6T ENOUGH IP C OFFERED VA SET UP OFF PA.KK BENCH 1 -HAVE AN •* AMMZIN3 LACri OF WILL POWER/ FUNNY IUSINESS By V. T. Hamlfn ALLEY OOP YE6.,,AND HER ( AN' THEN YOU WILL HAVE ACQUIRED BROTHER WHOM\ WHAT? THE DEADENING FATIGUE I HAVE EN6LAVED SHALL REGAIN FREEDOM,.. AND KNOWN TO THOSE WHO 3PEND TOO MANY DAYS ON THE BACK. OF x. CAMEL/ ACHIEVE HISTORICAL IMMORTALITY I RECOVER VOUR M MAGIC TURBAN "Somi womtn'i guild or other insisted on f attuning on j | : By Michael O'Molley and Ralph Lone CHRIS WELKIN, Haneteer ANP HIS FRIENDS 6IRL TfllEC? TD Plv THE PEAN AN lNP/AN...PCOgA6LVONE OP THE COU.E6E ^rVPENRj —— ^ MrlAf KIDS TATlON I EXPECTED ' THESe EAETH/WEN TOHAve.PVANV By Carl A*der«0« lOf 'By''w™ v i ,1151 — •vtbf.iKffnitA , ( a - ?,', CLASSIFIED Ad* Mutt Be IB Office D*f ftefoM Publication 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Rtnt THREE room apartment. Nicely furnished. Electric box. Bills paid. 204 Conner. Mrs. A. R. Babb. A-lti 4 ROOM 'furnished apartment. Close-in. Reasonable rent. Call 7-3743. ll-3t 3 ROOM unfurnished apartment. Hardwood floors. Built-in fix tares. Large closets. 312 South Spruce. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Dial 7-3577. 13-3t FURNISHED 3 room house. Utilities paid. Nenr Schooley's Store. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 73577. 13-3t Furnished apartment. 3 large rooms and bath. Front and back entrances. Call 7-2890. 13-2t Tomb Meet Legionnaires Here Tonight The Tomics ol Red Rtvor Arsenal. Texarknna, come to Hope tonight for a league game with the Legionnaires who will have Donz Stevens on the mound. Tonight's contest will bo the final appearance of the Tomics on the local field this season. Notice HAUL and spread sand $1.25 yard Gravel available. Foy Hammons Phone 7-2C50. J9-1M Woodland Watermelon Garden: IN THE COOL, cool, cool of the evening, let's drive out and eat a "slice oC real cold watermelon. 2'/i miles cast on 07. Dick Erwin. 9-Ot WILL pay up to $20,000 cash for excellent stock farm or ranch. Write full information to Box 1, in care of Hope Star. 13-Ot Help Wanted ni-'trolt By The Associated Press AMERjICAiN 1.KAGUE W L Pel. GB .... G5 4G .580 G2 48 ...57 49 .. 58 52 ... 55 51 .... 58 55 4fl 05 37 74 New York , Cleveland Boston •Washington Philnrtplphin Chicago St. Louis .. .504 2'L. .533 5« .527 O .519 7 .513 II .425 18 .335 28 Sharkey Now Fighting lor His Life J By RUSS NEWLAND SAN FRANCISCO *—Snilof Ton* —•nd possibly hi* final—battle, His opponents are old BRO, fe«btt>i /ip*s and loneliness. ' Sharhfe* t* e&rrtlned to n bed In Snn FrarteWCo hospital. HP chirred the institution penniless. Friends hnvp come to hi* aid, Prtrker Mnddu*. banker, and Ix«ilS LurlOi financier, are members of n committee which has undertaken . to collect a fund for the Dld-tlmo Sharkey, once a gloved terror of.j pugilist's needs. Contributions have the ring, now is fighting ft serious j bt-rn small. Less than $1.000 Is on for medical and other nld, Jtover a champion himself. Sharkey boned the bent in his day, Ho la the only man alive today who exchanged punches with the first four heavyweight champions under thfc Marquis Of Queensbury iu.lei. They are John I... Sullivan, James . J. CoflHH, Bob Fltxstm- nions and J nines J. Jeffries. Sharkoy was born In Dundalk, Ireland, Nov. 28. 1873. He is ap- preaching his 79th birthclny. In tile ring, h« hevsr asked hor qtmrttf, he was « bftrrel- strongman, standing ft <e»t .. frtchcs. Mtt ^ . rang«d from 1M5 to 168 poundii. svH»tt«a rlvnls 30 w«lgm ^ York Ctly chef 61 h nnd rnof«. ONE lady for dining room service. Apply in person. Hotel Barlow. ll-3t Female Help Wanted HOUSE WIVE<T— "Need extra mem- ey these cluys? Wo have a part time income plan. to help you Reliable, neat appearing Mother of school age children can qualify. Write: La Verne Gilbert, P. O. Box 330, Hot Springs, Arkansas. 13-3t 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 south and furnish meals too. Apply Mrs. Carroll, Diamond Cafe. 23-tf Nat'l Advertising " Representatives:' Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick Bldg., Memphis 2, Tenn., 505 Texas ' .Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of the Associated Press: The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republicatlon of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as wtll as all AP news "snatches. Services Offered TWO good steady dishwashers and one cook's helper. Apply Mrs. Carroll, Diamond Cafe. 23tf COUPLE to live in small house. Rent free. Until April 1, 1953. Water, gas, electricity. 400 S. WKDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Washington at New York (2) Pnrterfield i8-ll) and Moreno ill- Ci vs Rnschi (13-2) and Kuzava (6-7). Chicago at Detroit (night) Dob son tlO-'Ji vs Wight (G-5) St. Louis at Cleveland (2-twi Jiight) Fannin (01) and Pillett Philadelphia at Boston Byrd (109) vs Parnell (8-6). Tuesday's Results St. Louis 3 Chicago 2 (11 innings) Philadelphia 4 Bjiston 3 (nifiht- 13 innings) Washington at New York (night) postponed, rain. Detroit at Cleveland, postponed, rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE W I < Pet. OB Brooklyn 71 33 .083 Now York G2 42 .590 9 St. Louis (M 48 .571 11 Philadelphia .. Ti7 SI .. r ,2H 10 Chirui'o 55 M .505 18'-. Boston 411 HO .434 2(1 Cincinnati 47 C4 .423 271- Pittsburgh 32 112 .201 44 Wednesday's Schedule New ' York at Brooklyn (2-day -night) Corwin (2-0) and Hcarn (12-4) vs Erskino (114) and Wade (11-7). Boston at Philadelphia (2 twi- nimumBickfSrd (7311)ma8dmS,l!lC For Sale BEAUTIFUL quality Holstein Heifers, $75 up. Mutation Mink, $35 up. Voight Farms. Lomira, Wis —Atlanta, Texas. 9-i5t GENERAL Electric 0 can milk cooler. Good condition. $165. Doyle Silvey, Dierks, Arkansas. ll-3t .Q ) vs Drews mons (10-5). AND Sim- SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet Atlanta 70 S4 00 55 .505 .545 v New Orleans Mobile Memphis Nashville Little Rock Birmingham 03 00 .512 02 03 .490 50 65 .403 57 68 .450 54 ,71 .432 BIG Champion melons from 80 to 120 pounds. 4 miles South on Highway 29 (near dirt pit). FOR all kinds of high quality o. D. Middlebrooks. .mimeograph work contact Clar-: 12-31 Ice Cannon. 7-3050. Phone 7-2614 of J-29-lm Wonted to Buy UPRIGHT pianq in the smallest size or a studio piano. Dial 7-3316 _ -^^ ll-3t LOTS, acreage or farm near town. Write Box X in care o£ Hope Star. n-3t The metal known as "tungsten" in the United States is called "vvol frain" in many other nations. SPECIAL, offering my 6 room home, 2 acres land, 3 screened porches, young orchard. Terms. Call T. N. Belew, 7-2642. , i2-6t Last night's results; Little Rock 9 Birmingham 8 (10 innings) Atlanta 7 Memphis 6 (11 Innings) New Orleans 12 Nashville 5 Mobile 10 Chattanooga 3 Tonight's games: Memphis at Atlanta Mobile at Chattanooga Birmingham at Little Rock (2) New Orleans at Nashville (2) k BED complete with mattress and boxsprings. Phone 7-3584. 12-3t 5 ROOM house on corner lot 75x- 150 ft. 1 block from grade school Call 7-270!). 13-3t Fish Bait • NOTICE • Auto repairs, body and fender work and auto painting. 33 years experience All work Guaranteed. FRANK YARBROUGH Phone 7-3557 707 Margaret St. FOR SALE ICE COLO WATERMELON The Coolest Spot In Town with the most attractive setting under THE OAKS 'Htway 6? West at City Limits. SHINERS at Skelly Service Station. East Third, Highway 07 and No. 4 Junction. Phone .530 .509 .505 .480 .304 .354 7-0905. 12-Ot Lost GOLD rim glasses. Bound leather case. James H. Jones at High School. 13-at FOR SALE Top toll — Fill Cluy — Reid Qr«vel — W««h Qr«v«| •UUUOOZER WORK RALFH SAUNDfR5 0*y 7-409 Nlflht 74174 9t Mdttffi v*. 11* I lira *r*«t f»h»n» ANNOUNCEMENT Pr. Emxnett Thompson «o Or. Harold M. Brent* the ol — Dr. Davy Uoy4 Guerln In the continued practic* ' Beorden Is Current Best Hitter .... COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet Meridian 73 39 .65! Natchez 67 46 .593 Greenwood 60 52 El Dorado 57 55 Monroe 50 55 Pine Bluff 54 57 Hot Springs 40 70 Greenville 40 73 Last night's results: Pine Bluff 5 Monroe 1 El Dorado 11 Hot Springs 4 Greenville 8 Natchez 3 Meridian 2 Greenwood 0 Tonight's games: Greenwood at Natchez Greenville at Meridian Pine Bluff at E! Dorado Hot Springs at Monroe By BEN NOLAN NEW YORK UrV-<Jenq Bearden of the St. Louis Browns, a .202 lifetime batter up to this season, rtas blossomed out as the major leagues' best hitting pitcher. Bc-ttrden, a lefthanded butter, has collected 17 hits in 43 times at bat for a remarkable .395 average. Tbe 31 year old hurler, used frequently by St. Louis as a pinch- hitter this year, had mode only 4J safeties in 202 tries through 1951, Gene is in his fifth major league season and first with the Browns. Johnny Sata. New York Yankees' veteran moundsman, is the only other pitcher close to the .300 mark. Batting from the right side ol the plate. Sain snows a .283 average with 15 base hits in 53 trip* to the plate. Among his hit* are few doubles, one triple and Top Radio Programs . NEW YORK Wl — Listening tonight: NBC — 0 Lombardo Summer Serenade; 7 What's My Line; 7:30 The Great Gildersleeve; 8 Groucho Marx. CBS — 7 Hearthstone Drama; 0 Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar; 8:30 Steve Allen Show. ABC — 7 Postmark, USA; 7:30 Valentino; 8 Mr. President. MBS — 7 Music for Halt Hour; 7:30 The Great Day Show; 8:05 Out of The Thunder. Bob Ru«b of the Chicago Cub* I Liquidate Any and All Type Businesses Thursday: NBC 9 a. in. Welcome Travelers; 10 a. m. Strike it Hich...CBS 10:80 a. m. Grand Slam..ABC 3 a m... The Breakfast Club; 11 a. m. Jack Berch Show..MBS 8:30 a m Take A Number; 10:30 Queen for a D»y ...Baseball MBS Game of Day Net. work; 12:25 p.m. New York Giants at Brooklyn Dodgers. ift the top National League hitting Ditcher at .273. The South Bend (Ind.) fastbailer, also a righthand- ed swinger, has 18 bingle* in 06 times at pat. Figures include Tuesday's games. Behind Bearden and Sain in the Ajnerlciin League, coroe» Washing' ton's Frapfe Shea with 9 .250 mark. The rotund ba« 13 bit» W**meier ol tb» Cincinnati Beds and Pittsburgh's Murry DJckson are giving Rush a b%t- for national ** boxed round draw with Coi-bett In Son claeo n three>ro\nul no dec!- Centcst with Svilllvan In New City «nd won on a tlghth rntirtd foul from FitMlmmonS tn Sflft Ffanclsco, i... -fcAi 'jinii^itw^— u- ----- --'-I— f.— -- : .-.u----,"ni-,-U- to .. tastes. If China at thftt ,tti IOWB levied ft 1981 - ihe «Nt country — aftd Ma to* -V-.-V... WE'VE GONE THROUGH EVERY DEPARTMENT AND REGROUPED AND REPRICED! YOUR DOLLARS rARTHIR At ONE BIG GROUP WOMENS' COTTON GOWNS • • Perfect Quolity! • White or Pastels! • Sizes 34 ro 44! 1.00 BARGAINS GALORE! FINAL CLEAN-UP SUMMER DRESSES GROUP NO. 1 REMAINING STOCK SUMMER YARD G Piques! Sheers! Dimity! Voiles! Hurry For These! YD. GROUP NO. 2 ONE BIG GROUP CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Full Bedsize! Most All Whitef" Wqvy-Line Chenille! 3.99 ONE BIG GROUP 36" WIDTH CRETONNES • Chevron Weaves! • Pebble Weaves! Prints & Solids! 77 c Chambrays! • Misses Sizes! Voiles! • Half Sizes! Rayons! • Hurry! ONE BIG GROUP GIRLS DRESSES • Odd* and Ends! • All Good Stylet! 1.00 *t'' fl FINAL CLEAN-UP 100 PAIRS MEN'S TROUSERS (:,'•',. - t. Rayon-Nylon Weaves! • Tropical Weaves! • Lots of Colors! • Ridiculous Price! • Hurry For Choice! 3.50 ONIQROUP BOYS DRESS TROUSERS ENTIRE STOCK SPORT SHI • Crinkle Crepes! • Skip Denti! • Rayoni Crcp«i! • White or Colon? n Boys Toddlers' Sun Boys' Sport Sh Men's Sport ^' m ' , * * » i it-. '

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