Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 21, 1954 · Page 4
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AftkANSAS Friday, January S2, 1954 CLASSIFIED Mt Must Be Id Office Dfty Before Publication At* PayabM In Ads Will B* Aceaptttt tohOfW And faxatlKP AHow*d Witft TrW irto 1?» Account I* Pay- StdterMht II Roncter*d. Cto« Tfere* iix Ofi* Days D«yi Month .45 .00 1.60 4.60 8.00 7,60 .95 .90 1.05 1.20 1.3S 1.50 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 8.00 3,00 3.60 8.00 8.60 4.00 4,60 8.00 0.00 10.60 1100 13.60 16.00 For Rent UNFURNISHED five room house. One-half block from business district. No children. Phone 7-3662 1-tl BQLEY'S Court, all new "safer" Two people $3.00 Four people $5.00. Panelray heat, innerspring, and foam pillows, Jan. 1-lMo. Announcements 1"he Star is authorized to an- nourice that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections. Par treasurer HAHRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYBRS DWIGHT niDGDILL ^CLASSIFIED DISPLAY lm* -M—™. 75c per Uch 8 Tita** We per Inch 8 Tiijieg SOc per inch ' fate* quoted above are for con- ^weurlva insertion*. Irregular or skip- lid* will take the one-day rate. UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment, hardwood floors, private bath, private entrances, near grade school. Phone 7-3588. J. O. Luck. 19-Ot Al|'dally classified advertising copy ''IKlM accepted until 5 pm, for the following day. _; The publisher! reserve the right to wise or edit all adver/isemenri offering 1 for publication and to reject Bny, . objectlonoble advertising submitted. .Initials of an* or more letter*, flfoupJ" of figure* such as houses Or^ltltphone number* count at one .*ord. 'The Hop* Star will not be respon.. * \,tibb Iff «fror» In M/ant Ads unless f\ , won Ore called to our attention "'" ,«««. FIRST Insertion of ad and for ONLY the ONfc Incorrect PHONE 7-3431 6 ROOM modern house. 25 acres land on Number 4 highway east. Greening Realty Co. Real Estate Loans, Insurance. Phone 7-4601. 20'3t 1 FIVE room and 1 six room house. Apply Middlebrooks Phone 7-3791. Grocery 20-31 HOPE STAR Star of Hope 1899) fraii 1927 Consolidated January IS, cttfrT WMfedity 'afternoon by LIS PUBLISHING CO. 'Polm«r,' froildont >lix H. WosiibuHv Sccy-Trw. r '&r At 'The Slar Building ¥t, ' ^ 112-214 South Walnut Street, ', ••', it*.!' Hope, Arkansas SMALL furnished house on South Elm Street. Phone 7-3535 after 3 p. m. 21-3t For Sale RUBBER tired farm wagon $40 Section Harpw, $20. Electric, cream separator, $40. Five room house with 450 gallon butane tank and'3 stoves, $1800. See Hor. ate .Graves, Blevins, Arkansas. 15-Ot For County Clerk ARNOLD J MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR . For Sheriff arid Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES Female Help Wanted $2.00 HOURLY possible doing light assembly work at homo No experience necessary. Write Sanco Mfg. Company. 1637 Chicago Ave., Evanston, Illionis. 21-3t Independent Teorm Play Cole Tonight Two basketball games are seed- uled for (he High School gymnasium tonight. At 7:30 the local girl Independent team will play Cale with the men's Independents meeting a visiting five in the second contest.. Aftrtncrttt ftrta Aussie Star Pails , I*?" 50 " UI1e i" Bid for Record or Three m Hall of Fame More Baseball Contracts Are Signed NEW YORK. Hf.bbit Maranvillo. •Bill Dicl:ey and Bill Terry are in baseb'ill'f, Hall of Fame today but Joe DiMapgio still is on the outside—for at least one more year. Maranvilla shortstop of the thu sprightly little 1SK- "miracle'' NEW YORK W Baseall clubs or the first lima found contract:close behind. on the brighter side to-j DiMr.ggio, who retired lay. Twc'i'ly-four hours had gone by 1952 MODEL 14 foot coldspot deep freeze, $230.00 T. W. Alsobrook, Margaret street, third house on . right. 19.31 MODERN home. Six room and bath, Nice double garage. Pave street. 000 North Elm. Phone 7-4533. H Waihburn, Editor & Publisher ' 'Paul H. Jonoi/ Managing Editor Georjo .W. Hosmer, Much. Supr. J^rti'^M. Davis, Advertising Manager 'Entered ai second class matter at tn*" I t'o?t Office' at Hope, Arkansai, undtr_ the Act of March 3, 1897. Mimbfr of th« Audit Bureau of ,, • Clrcutatlont ;&;'"* Subscription Rates (payable In ad- 1948 MODEL Willis Jeep. 4 wheel drive. New canvas Cash Phone 7-0911. top. $150.00 20-3t Furman Player Is Top Junior College Scorer NEW YORK M — Frank Selvy of Furman, the (op scorer in major college basketball, is scoring almost exactly as much as the major college team of 1938 — thce first year the center jump disappeared from all sections of the country. Solvy, who didn't play last week, has an average of 38.1 points a game in NCAA Service ^Bureau statistics covering gnmes played through Tuesday. Sixteen years ago, thr average output for en- SMALL Farm 5 rooms. Butane, water system, Bath. Cow and, hog pasture, Barn. 8 miles south, j Glendon Flowers. Phone .7-5597. ' 20-6t in major competition n?*v Ite By carrier In Hope and neighbor- towns — i Week —..,.. .25 r Year ]3,00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, fayette, Howard, and Miller coun- Mooth ...„, 85 i Month* ?.60 ' Months 2,60 i. Year ....;,.,.,..» 4.50 iJ^AII other mall — J .".One Month',, ,. 1.10 'i Three Monthi 3.25 .Months , 6.50 » Year ,.„ 13.00 vNafl Advertising Representatives: £ rMn$as DaHiles, Inc.; r«02*Sterlck , JlOfl,, Memphis '2, Tenn, g05 Texas W- *«nk pidg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. ' Ave., Chicago I, III.; 60 E. New York 17, N Y.; 1763 Bldg.j Detroit ,2, Mich.; BIdg., Oklahoma City 2, f the Associated Press; i Associated Press Is entitled ex.«, £•—y'e'y to the use fpr republication [ of all the local news printed In this lewipopcr, as well as all AP news iiipatches. • ARRIVED'. ..The 4 i New Spring L ine for 1 954, *"' Y > Everything new, .TOM'WARDLAW - - M ?'l street Tailor Shop DAIRY Feed. Hog feed, meal hulls, mixed. C. S. Meal. Salt $1:15 pel- sack. DANNIE HAMILTON Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers, for all size farms. Need replacements for 15 recent sales. Fast Action. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-3768. Jan. 1-lmo. Notice SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. 3Qc weekly daily Sunday complete sports* KCMC-TV programs. Hartsfield. Phone 7-4610. . .' '*; Dec. 1M Mo tire teams was 38.2 And although the 6-foot-4 senior is admittedly a lemarkable scorer — he won thr- title last year and set an all-time major-college record by averaging 29.5 — there arc three other piayers above the 30 level. Louisiana State's Bob Pcltit has 34.4, Arnolu Short of Oklahoma 'City 30.8 and Bob Scafur of Villanova 30.C. BOD Mattick of Oklahoma A&M heads in field goal accuracy (58.2 per cent). Selvy, trying to join George Mikan in the distinction of .winning two straight scoring titles,' is closing in on a couple of career records. He's 178 points short of the vithout 3 single new holdout developing. Meanwhile, thirteen play- rs, including Pitcher Curt Simmons of the Philadelphia Phillies nd Catcher Shea-man Lollar of the Chicago White .Sox, signed for the 954 season. Simmons, the first of a long list f dissatisfied Phils to come to crms, reached an agreement after a short huddle with Club Secretary George Fletcher. Simmons, won 16 games and dropped 13 for the third place Phillies last year. He lost a month of the season when he caught his left foot in a lawrimower, necessitating amputation of part of his big toe. Lollar became the 19th of 41 White Sox players to sign. The American League's top defensive catcher last season, Lollar batted .287. Others to come to terms included Pitchers Bubba Church,. Howie Pollctt, rookie Bob Hartig and Catcher Hal Meek of the Chicago Cubs; Outfielders Bob Borkowsid and Wai! Post, Cincinnati Redlegs; Infiel.ior Bob Micclotta, Phils: Utility Outfielder Pat Mulleri, Detroit Tigers; Joss G. Santiago, rookie p.Hcher of the Cleveland In- diands and Catcher Wilmer Shantz, brother of Bobby with, the Philadelphia Athletics. The Boston Red Sox received signed contracts from Catcher De! Wilber and Coaches • Del Baker,! George Susce ami Paul Schreibcr. Many auto crashes take plape on long straight stretches of road be- drivers tend to become' drousy on them. . three-year mark held by Clyde Lovellette of Kansas, end 444 points short of the 'four-year record held by Jim Lacy of Loyola 'of Baltimore. He has- seventeen regular season game's to go. Boston Braves who died Jan. 5, led tho ticket in. the l.-itest elections by the Baseball Writers Association Dickey, all-time Yankee catching great nnd Terry last 40's hitter in the National League, were in I9.il, missed by 14 votss. Totals of 252 ballots were east by 10-year members with 7:5 per cent of 209 necessary for election. Tho rules were changed this year, rc-Mricing the field to players active within the last 25 years restricting the. field tn players active within thol list 25 years but out of baseball in any "field" capacity for at lenst fivo years. That eliminated managers coaches and umpires who still nre active or have been since 1048. The only exceptions were Dickey, DiMag- t>io and Tecl Lyons, who had received 100 or rmrc votes in the 1353 election. Plaques will be dedicated to Maranville, Dickey and Terry at the Cooperstown, N. Y., Hall of Fame Museum in August when the Yankees play Cincinnati in the annual exhibition game at Dou- blcday Field. Six others, including Chief Bender, who were named by a special, committee last September, also will bo officially accepted at that time when the membership will be increased to 73 men. MELBOURNE, UP)— John Lan- Idy. Australia great miler, failed again in his bid for a 4-minute mile tonight. Running in a special twilight meeting fit Olympic Park 'he was timed in 4:02.3. Laikly, who has failed on several occasions to s,hatter Gunder Haeyg's world mile record of 4:01.4, nevertheless did turn in one of the fastest miles on record. Bac.c on Dec. 12 he was timed in 4:02, the third fastest winning mile on record. Arnc Anderson's 4:01.G is the second fastest. Lan:ly competed before a crowd of 25,000, the largest ever at Olympic Park. He ran the first quarter in 59 seconds, thr; half ir. 2:00.3 and the three quarters in 3:02.1. He won by 95 yards' over Geoff Warr-iii. Less Perry finished third. Diddle's Cage Team Wins, Holds No, 4 NEW YORK UP) Ed Diddle, Norkus went down Iwice under Nar- dcio's powerful punches. Norkus weighed 197 pounds, 15 ! / 2 more than Nardico, who had been clamrjiing for a titl e fight with heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano. It was tho llth defeat in 62 professional fights for the Tampa, Fl.n, slugger. Unranked Fighter Upsets Contender MIAMI BEACH. Fla., M Charley Workus, urn-nuked and underrated, \\hipped Danny Nardico, a top contender for the light heavyweight title, last night in one of the bloodiest bouts ever staged in Souh Florida. There were eight knockdowns. The Bayonne, N. J. heavyweight battered Nardico with smashing rights and slammed him to the canva.3 six times before referee Jimmy Peerless stopped the fight at 2:15 of the nintii, giving Norkus a technical knockout. . .The fignt was .shcoduled for 10 rounds. But it wasn't a one-sided affair. Both lighters took a lot of punishment and were bleeding freely. Close Out of We have a good stock to select' from. Get your Heater today. Installed Including Labor. . . Let us install a Used or Re-Conditioned MOTOR In your car or truck. Now is the time to get that motor for your car or truck. We have one for any make or model. We will FINANCE All or Part of it. See us now. WYLIE GLASS & SALVAGE West 3rd Phone 7-6781 INCOME Tax Service. Nearly •every farmer and many others ; are required to 'file tax returns ; in January. Maybe we can help you. Phone 7-3731 J. W. Strick .land. . Jan. 4-3 wks INCOME Tax Service. No wait jng. Two accountants. Farm Bureau Office 101 East From street. Phone..7-376.0. . 5-lmo *.,E. Cupk Highway 67 West LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. ,£sjfl» 9f City Umlts West ' and Sell Used Furniture , Hope, Ark. RECORDING ids. Picture „, .„. All types of Floor Covering. Points, Wall p a . ^jjjOr. Inferior Decorating. rigg's Decorators Supply TO-Main St. " Dial 7-3445 MATTRESSES iWmJtBHi Ife Mftfftii „ Mf i. Kim ttr**t P*«B* MA1I CROWN WESTERN SHARES '*' Prospectus m«y b* • r . obtained from V AV 5. BATES, 1 Special Representative "" "'- P, O, BoxBM Phone 7-4464 E-Z-SYE — SOLEX 4UTO GUSS REPUCE3 8]«s« with orlalnul nd recounts* «ll In- fi alms t O, PORTERS GLASS 5HOF FOR SAW sleeping rs, trouble lights, I AM now taking orders for strawberry plants for January, February, and March delivery. See •A- A. Rogers, Route 4 or Phone 7-4598. , l9-3t COX'S Cpfe at Fulton will serve Turkey dinner. Sunday January : 24, $1,00 per plate-plus drinks. .... ' . .'"' 21-3t Services Offered MATTRESS renovatlpn and inner, spring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington Phone 7-2623. Dec. 30-lmo. CALL Payne .Brothers. House '.; rnQyers, ii^urefl. contractors. Public service commission number m-1425. 313 Central Avenua. Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-44fil in Stamps, Arkansas. Jan. 1-lmo Wonted to Buy BUILDING' to wreck. Also metal roofing and lumber . Earl Schooley. Phone 7-2013. 20-3t Services Offered CERAMIC Tile Work—Baths, floors drain boards, walks, niantell, steeps. Free estimates. Also repair work, W. E. Highfill. 501 Spruce. Hope. 2'l-6t Help Wonted COTTON Tag Salesman: WanlTo increase ytmr present income? We offer you the opportunity— Cotton Bale Tags to gins, compresses, Warehouses in your vicinity. Complete line of cotton tags available. Liberal commissions paid monthly, prompt! shipments, freight allowed. Write now giving age, present activity, territory covered, anc) full particulars about yourself, to The Denny Tag Co, (established 1887), West Chestetr, Pa. 21-lt In three great Hudsons, with prices starting near the lowest! -TH& OAKS Under Nevy Management SPECIAL LUNCHES Choice of 5 'vegetables and 3 meats. Home Paked Pies. On Highway 67 West HUMBINC5 Colvin Morris Ryrol Work Solicittd New lower price for this 1954 Hudson Hornet Hollywood Hardtop see these expiting Hudsona! ^ Five-feet high from road to rooftop-, and glamour in every inch. Drive one! —you'll quickly know why it's the liveliest flno car you've tried. Own one! —its new Instant Action Engine with Super Induction will thrill you for years with instant power response at any point in the driving range. find that because of exclusive jl,own" design with its low center of: gravity, a Hudson hugs the road tightly; is safe beyond any other, car you've driven. Perfected Power Steering* and Improved Power Brakes* leave you nothing to do but drive and enjoy it. Visit us soon. We've a new 1954 Hudson waiting for you. •Available at extra cost on various models. Standard trim and other epeclflcntiona and — ~'"i subject to change without notice. HUDSON HORNET WASP HUDSON Spectacular running raato of the Hudson Hornet. 1 gives you Hornet- like glamour and power in tho low- medium price field: at n Jiew lower prico for 1954. HUDSON Compact, economical edition of the Hornet, with outstanding gas economy and handling ease. Has the amazing readability of the Hornet. Prices start pear the lowest. THREE OF A KIN|D... in Glamour, Performance, and Quality TOP VALUE WHEN YOU BUY,;, TOP VALUE WHEN YOU TRADE! TOL E TEX COMPANY EAST THIRG STREET HOPE, ARKANSAS Western Kentucky's 58-year-old, silver-thrtched basketball coach, reached another milestone today and began looking ahqad in terms of besoming the winningest mentor of all-time. Diddle's Hilltoppers polished off Tennessee Tech last night 62-51 to remain one of the saven undefeated teams in the country. More important, the triumph was the 600th victory of Ed's career, all spent at Western Kentucky. Diddle now has only one more mark 1o shoot at and if he sticks around long enough, he might make it despite a bad heart. Phog Each wound up the proceedings Allen, Kansas coach, has a record |with 25 points. o£ 737 victories and 212 defeats, but his record includes duty at four different schools. So Diddle actually has won more games than any corch who lias stayed with the saiT.n team. The Hilltoppers are No. 4 in tho weekly Associated Tress poll <".£ sports writers and no\v own n-v(Jining Ftreak of 17 games, the long- « est cf any major college in the ij country. Duque.^ne. which was idle j last night, has won 15 -without a defeat. In other games last night: Dayton won its 12th game in 15 starts, defeating Setor. Hall for tho I second time this season 76-61. Army routed Pcnn 71-G4 and Siena snapped out of a six-game losing streak to upset Villanova £|358. The Cadets, who now own a G-3 record, didn't find the-'range until midway in the second period when Bill Hannon and Mark Binstein began to pour the points through. DIAL 7-4431 • FREE DELIVERY SERVING YOU SINCE 1896 ENJOY MOORE BROS. DELICIOUS MEATS Chuck Roast . . . Good Stew Meat „ . Sirloins -T-Bones . Round Steak . . . , _ — "~ * Fresh Dressed Fryers Quartered Oleo Fat Tender Hens ALL MEAT Mix Sausage . . Sliced Slab Bacon . I 2 Ib. Box Wilson Cheese Lb; Lb. Lb. Lbs. 4* 3 bs. Lb. FRESH PRODUCE Heads 2 Lbs. Lbs. Doz.' Lge. Head Lettuce 2 Cello'Pkg. Carrots Sweet Potatoes . . Yellow Bananas , Juicy Oranges .'. 10 Ib. Bag Potatoes . BUY 3 CANS AND SAVE No. 2 Grapefruit Juice 3 . 2 Can Tomatoes 3t or .39c . 303 Can Corn 3 F or39c 12 Or. Con Minute Maid Fro. Juice 3 F or99c 21 Can Hunts Peaches 3 Fo r79c 14 07. Bottle Catsup 3 Fo r49c No 2 Green Beans 3P3 Can p 0 r45c «~** Mex. Style Beans 3 Fo r29c BROWN & SERVE Rolls . . Lge. Pet Milk , , MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee ... , . PURE CANE 10 Ibs, Cane Sugar 4 Rolls Tissue , . 4 Bars Dial Soap ,

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