HOPBSTAK,HQPI, A ft K A N S A S Wednesday, February 24, 19S4 LASSIFIED Mi Must fie tti Office Cay Before Publication Will S* A««W*a ..w» Aftrf Ate**** Alfotfe* With JTN mm? fftfe Ktwto* T* Pdy- Aft Sftt«m*Hf I* R«KUr«d<' CttM ' .00 1.20 ,60 Dtyi 1.90 100 3.50 S.tW 8,50 4.00 4.60 1.00 4.60 6.00 7.60 For Rent 2 ROOM unfurnished apartment with private btith. Close-In Phone 7-2205. il-tt Off E , 6 room house. $25.00 per month. Near brick yard. Phohe 1-2301. 19-Ot 10.50 19.00 18.60 18.00 Jrf/'-lJKIt •• CLASSIFIED DISPLAY .«.v^ TOc p«t Inch „„.-.. 60o per loch Lu.w« 50C per inch above or* for eon- i»l<»»lmertions.'irroflulbr or tkip- I, (fen Wllklake 1he one-defy rot*. ' (Jail/'etoisifled advertising copy "~" topfed until 5 p.m. for tha ifollowlno day, ihett rewzrvo tha right to' Ui oil odvcrtltemflntt of- blleatlon and to reject Ktjonabla advert Itlna uib- r. of - «M - or 'mar* litter*, flflurat >uch 01 houMH i. mimberi coUnt at on* ! :'£»or will 5 not be reiporu irt In Want Ad« unl«n alleav to'» ow attrition ILY th."oNE lwotr«ct 6 BOOM unfurnished house at 80P South Main. Oarage, Sdreehe'd backporch. Photic 7-2644. 22-3t MODERN. 4 room house. Hot and cold water. Near town on paver meat,, Very reasonable rent Phone 7-2071'. 22-31 ;of .Hbpt' 1899) Pr*u 1927 d: January 18, 1»1» Jd'every'-weekday 7afternoon bv ;5TAR > PUBLISHING CO. C.; E. Ptiimor, PtaiUent , H.<"Woshburn,' Secy-Tr**, "'The Stor r Building fl*om»T> Walnut' Str*et. Hbp'o, /Arkanspi „ WailibuVni- EdKor; & PublUhn Hi Jonw/-Monog)n B Editor W.THo»wor/ M«ch, Supt. Managet fft^rid,-as,/Second class moltcr at " Hope, Arkansas, Bu|r«au o* lon'Ratii;![pdyablii In ad- S^er*-. 1 ^" • (TMemphjs 2, Tenny'SOS Toxai ; Bids-; Doiios-^rtsxosrsao N, ' ' J "" - " III.;. 60 E. I,'Y.: 1763 T • ---T..C" 2, Mich.; BidaT, Oklahoma City 2, pfamber of the Associated Pras$; £ "'-oslo»ed press Is ontlflod ex- to the use fgr republlcotlon bo' local new* printed ih thlt r;as well-as all AP new* jfeG siMR&jypD via?)* i- _".[ i ' TT-~ Newest Fabrics "Fron ^Iri^Rayqn, Nylpn,,Dac >ns,i4ll.blended with $111 Mi for 'Sbrlna', and Sum Frorri Pao ; ''Sjjpjnl)" and Sum"—--• Tailored" Sho|i for deep i bait, See. Iph Montgomery •»'.4'F Okon. •» OoS« * |r(Sljiflhts and Week-ends /• - J. Phons 7-8436 g", l-ffi ftol 1pth Street Wwt Furniturf MOUSE and garden. Furnished • to dependable family, Wages for !»• bor'by day. Phone 7-3071. 22-3t GARAGE!, next door to Srtyker Hotel, See Mike Snyker at Hotel or Phone 7-3721. 23-3t 13 x 08 STORE building. 100 per cent location 2nd & Main St. One half of Vogue location. Utilities in eluding air-condition heating, lights, and'water. Ample window space. Call 7-2001 Mike Kelly. 24-31 5 ROOM house. Proving Ground road.Modern conveniences. -, Garden. Phone 7-4660. 24-3t BEAUTIFUL 2-story house with, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, maid's room. Located 'at Southwest -Proving 'ground, Officer's Quarters. Call: FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY, CO. ask for Charles Baker phone 7-4891, ' 24-3t For Sole PEA Gravel, washed, and road gravel. Soil arid ^rnasonary sand available Phone 7-2559, Jesse Sinclair. ' Feb. IMMo. 40 ACRE farm near Emmet, Arkansas. Nice modern five room house E. M. Braswell Prescott. Phohe 683-W. Feb. 1-lMo. HAY, Johnson grass & lespedcza mixed. Ti S, McDavitt. Phone 7-2110. 3-tf 80 ACRES and newly decorated house. One mile from. town. $20,000. Will sell house and 13 acres, $14,000. Trade for pine timber land. Call'7-5535. ' Feb. 10-lMo. BARGAIN. J952,, Mercury family car, 14,000"."miles. Will sell at 1 wholesale!., Norman- R. Martin. 1408'South' Pine. 'Phone''7-3389. • .' t. - • ':., i 19-Rt BABY Chicks, AAAA 'kiftd8., < -Any amount, ~ HOLLY GROCERY & MKT. . '902 West 3rd St. - Phone 7-9903 Grade. \ All 13-6t MIXED Lespedeza* 'and Johnson Grass Hay, Reasariable, See Noel •Nash, Lewisvilje, Arkansas. 20-8t OVER 500 world/s finest daffodils 'and narcissus, Some blooming •3iow, See them this month fcnd ( next.. Arthur Gray, Qzan. ^2-6t HOLLYWQOD innersprlng Reasonable. East 14th St. bed. Box Springs, mattress. ' Clean, Phone J7-2774. '212 .1 . 22-3t NO, 1 KOBE lespedeza 90 per cent or be'tter Germination. Scarified and hon Scarified, , POTTED tomato plants,' botfi tree hybrid, ''and regulars, Complete IJno of-garden and field seeds. ffi. M. MCWILLIAMS SEED STORE ?3-6t PUY Certified plack Diamond watermelon seed direct from grower. $1,73 per Ib. prepaid. Packed in J, 5, an'd 10< Ib, bags Bill Boston, Longdale, Oklahoma. • Feb. 24-12t 8 FOOT meat counter, complete with meat trays. Meat block, food chopper. Contact Harold Payne at Plunkett Jarrell Grocery Co, gCOTT-Atwater outboard motor, 7% HP. A-J condition. Reasonable. E. N. OrlshBm. Bodcow. 24-31 Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and inper- 3pring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 3J6 South Washington. Phono 7-2622. Feb. 1-lMo. CALL Payne Brothers. House Movers, insured contractors. Pub,Iic Service Commission number -M-1425. 313 central Avenue Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas, Feb.2-lMo. *•• The Star Is authorized to su- ttotmce that th6 following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Demo* cffltlc primary elections* POP HAttttY ttAWTHO&NE CLIFFORD BY.ER9 DWtGHT RlfiGDtLL Por ARNOLD J. MIDBLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONfiTTE) BYfiRS ATtTHUR ANDERSON Por Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG Lost, Strayed or Stolen ONE polled Hereford heifer. 2 years old. Weight 600 ibs. Heavy white on neck in good . flesh. H,eavy springs. No marks. Last /seen in my pasture Feb. 17. Notify Lester Wade, Blevins. Re word. .'•""• 22-3t Real Estate for Sale WELL located in North, part of this nice, 2-bedroom house. Priced vifiht to sell, .call: FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY CO. 108 East 2nd St Phone 7-4691 HOPE, ARKANSAS . 24-3t Wonted to Buy JULTIVATOR for "A" John Deere "tractor. Quote price. Write J. R. Reyenga, Emmet, Route 2. 24-6t Wanted to Rent BEDROOM house. Unfurnished Jimmy Walker. .' Phone 7-3347. '23-3t Notice SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. Complete Sports. Other late news. KCMC-TV Programs. Phone Dale Hartsfield.., Prospect 7-4610. :Feb'. 5-lMo. VOTE "Boley's all new Courts" when guests arrive or tourists inquire. 2 'people $3.00, 4 people $5.00. -Feb. 17-1 Mo. We give the best Prices and best Trades for your old FUri)itUre. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. Phone 7-2261 ; Feb. 22-lMo. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5880 Or brmq items to Mist Turner M Hicks Funeral Horn* The Kings of Harmony will give a musical program at BeeBee Memorial CME Church Sunday night, February 28, sponsored by Mrs. Mattie Sanders and Mrs;- Birdie The public is invited. The Harmony Five Gospel; Singers of Hot Springs will give a musical program at the Harmony CME Church at Saratoga Sunday, February 28, at 3 p. m., sponsored by Miss Daratha Fae Walker The pu.blic is invited. i Funeral service for Fprd Johnson were held Tuesday, February 23, at Macedonia Baptist Church vith Hicks Funeral Home in charge ,The Junior Choir of BeeBee Me- mprial CME Church will rehearse .'hursday night, February 25, at 7:30 p. m. All members are urged o be present. SEWING, Alterations, nnd Button, holes, Reasonable prices. 33-;|t MRS. DALTON GARRET? 824 South Walnu* Phone 7-2284 income TWO Accountants to help you. 101 East Front Strept. Farm Bureau Office. Phone 7-3766.. Feb. a-JMo. Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for all sifp farms. List today. United Farm 101 East Front. Phone 7-3768, Feb., LOOK ! ! ! Your old furnit e in most cases 1 ® PAVMBNT e4room suite, Spring Program An intensive, constructive, and educational program is planned for tie farmers residing in the adjoin- ng communities of the Cluw Train- Jig School Department of Voeation- 1 Agriculture. Ira W, Haj-rJa, Vocational Agriculture Instructor announces that meetings have been'Held at St, Paul-Coultevs Chapel Church-Monday February 22nd at 7:00 p. m. and Vanqey Temple phurch TueM day, Febfuaty 23rd at 7 p. m- and WJU be held at; St. -Peter Church Wednesday February 24th. 7; 00 p^ m., St. UiJt0 CJuirch Thursday Feb. ruury 25th a,t 7 p, nt. Clow Training School, Ftjday, February 2fltl^ at 7:00 p., m. Some defipite propo- Saxton, Brotfon Baffle Tonight By RALPH BERNSS.IN PHILADELPHIA, (ffl — Johnny Saxtoh and Johnny Bratton meet here tonight in a iO>round scrap at the arena tentatively billed as the first of a welterweigh tile ellmi- nnlon series. The 1 "tenative" description would become permanent If welter king Kid Gavilan should bent Carl (Bohoi Olsen in their coming attle for the middleweight efown. The 147-poiind title then would be SPORTS ROUNDUP By QAYLE TALBOT. Basillo and Billy Graharh. Basketball By U"lted Press EAST Brandeis 77; American International 6'9 Colby 78; Rhode Island 67 Massachusetts 64; M.I.T. 47 Bucknell 84; Junlata 77 Niagara 80 Brockport 45 St. Francis (N.Y.) 82; Brooklyn lollege 49 Thlel 71; Grove City 68 Philadelphia Textile 88; Philadelphia Pharmacy 62 . . . Millersyille 66; West Chester 52 Slippery Rock Tchrs. 88; ; Clarion State Tchrs. ,65 • '•'.-. •• '.• Lock Haven St. Tchrs,. 84;- East Slroudsburg 64^ , -• ... SOUTH ....,•.-..• Duke 89; outh Carolina • 55 Fill-man 117; Wofford • 73 George Washington 70; ". Mary. land 57 Mississippi .College 99 Ogle horpe 54 , Stenson 80; Rollins 64 Randolph-Macon 60; Lynchbm-g Georgetown (Ky.) 76; . Ballear- mine 59 (K.I.A.C. Tourney, 1st •ound) Southwestern La. Inst. 75; Northeastern La. 57 Ttoanoke 74; Hampden Sydney 56 Mercer 90; Florida 58 Mississippi Southern 66; Spring Hill 54 Kentucky Wesleyan 110; Union 73 . . 76 i; George MIDWEST Illinois Professional Williams 61 Anderson 86; Indiana Central '8 Rib. Grande 121; Ashland 81 St. Johns (Minn. ) 87 ; Augsburg 86 . • . •-•.."•, Butler 78; Ball S. 75 ', - MacAlester 62; Concordia (Minn) 55 i: . ,.- \ u . '•. .fjf* ; Denisori 1 74; 'Oberlin 69- Washington (Mo.) 65; Drake 59 Hanover ,76,; Franklin 72 .Wooster 83 Muskingum 49 St. Thomas 74 St. Marys • • NE\V YORK. W!— It always was ridiculous to try to compare today's star golfers with giants of a quarter-century ago, and after the turkey shoot they have jnst put on ih the Texas Open at San Antonio we hope never again to be guilty of joining in this aimless debate. Chandler Harper, a not expeciat- ly conspiciuotts pro of 40, won the latest renewal of the oldest money tournament with rounds of 70-6363-63' the final round with a 5-stroke lead over the field, shot a 1-under lead over the field, shot a 1-under-par 70 and finished two strokes back of Harper. A pro named Ralph Blomquiat posted rounds of 09-0067-69-^271 and wound up tied with six other bumblers a dozen shots away from first money. This all took place over the same old Brackenridge Park course where they were playr'«g the Texas Open back in the Gay '20s and Where we were following bug-eyed the play of such artists of the period as Walter Hagen, MacDonald Smith, Bill Mehlhorn, Bobby Cru- Ickshaftk, the Espinosa brothers and many others. Those :men, among the greatest of their time and in' some cases still ranked with the authentic stars the game ;has kno\vn, simply did not .shoot scores remotely resembling those turned in over the past weekend. If a player put together a string of 70s in those days he was right in there battling for the big prize. If. one-shot a 07 or a 68 be got his picture took by Jack Specht our staff photographer. So it's the same course. Our recollection is that -the length was slightly less at that tiin-M than today's official 6,400 yards. At any rate, the layout was no longer than it is now, and presurhbly the cups were just as big. So what has happened that they car. mnke a shooting gallery of a ..course which was a nornsilly stiff test only a generation ago? Two tilings, for sure. The modern bullet travels so far from the tee that on a comparatively tight course such as Brack.enridge Park the player usually has only a short wedge shot to the pin. His clubs are vastly improved from those of 25;years ago. As a third important factor, our guess would be that the greens on the old San Antonio course are about 100 per <;ent smoother than', they used to be. 64 Valpariso 63; Western Michigaa 62 :V ; • .; . - - ' «•«,".•' Illinois Tech 75; Chicago U. 5.3 Kansas Wesleyan 102;' Baker 67 Washburn 75; Pittsburg 63 . Carthage 98; Parsons 87 Bethel 83;, Bethany 82 •South Dakota Mines 84 Yankton 60 : SOUTHWEST S.IVLU. 90; Texas 63 , Arizona -- 78; Hardin-Slmrrions 72 S.M.U. 90; Texas 63 Baylor ,70; Rice 73 Texas Wesleyan 68 Southwest- Sumatra, with an area of 182,800 square miles has a' population of about 11 million people. District 7 Tournaments in Progress In District 7" Junior Boys, "B" Division tournament play at Spring Hill last night the following omer- Bed victorious; Wlllisvillc defeated Emmet 39 to 18. Lewisville over Laneburg 4' to 30. Genoa Central beat Bradley 52 to 26. Tonights games pair Saratoga and Blevins at 6:30; Delight and OKolona at 7:30; Garland and Guernsey at 8:30; Spring Hill and Fouk'; at'9:30. In the District Junior girls meet at Garland last night the Hope girls defeated Mineral Springs 35 to 24. Tonight at 8:30 at Gurdon the Hope Junior boys will play f,hp Nashville in the second District "A" Division Junior meet. DeQueen and Arkadclphla tic up in the opening contest. Other games in the Junior girls meet at Garland: North Heights over Foreman <U to 34 Saratoga over Nashville 41 to 33 Emerson ove'- Bright Star 42 to 32. Guernsey over. Garland 47 to 43. Laneburg Host to District AAUTorney . Prescott District AAU" basketball tournament will be held at Laneburg High School Thursday, Friday and Saturday, February 25, 26, 27. Eight teams, all independents, from Hempstead, Clark and Nevada Counties have entered to see who will represent the district in the State AAU playoff at Hendrix College, Convvny, next week, C. O. Wahlquist, commissioner of the Prescott District, announced the following teams have entered: Patmos. McNab, Prescott, Laneburg, Emmet, Bodcaw, Cale and Otiachita Independents. Thursday night pairs Cale and Patmos at 6:15, Bodcaw and Ouachita at 7:30; Laneburg and Emmet at 8:45 and the final game of the night, Prescott and McNab. The semifinals will be played Friday and the: final game Saturday Starting at 7:30. W. D. Golden and Boyd Arnold will officiate. Stomps Licked by Hope Boys, Girls Teams The Hope Bobcats scored their 20th win of the season by downing a hardflghting Stamps team 57 to 45 last night at Stamps. Inthe first game the Hope Senior girls swamped Stamps 71 to 38. Sonnv Unflin tossed a free throw Porkers Get Final Chance to Clip Texas to give Hope a lead. In the second period Stamps tied it. at 15 before Hope broke loose for 11 and a 28 to 20 halftime lead. Hope steadily increased the lead to 39 to 33 third quarter end nnd semi-stalled the final period for the win. Hope's girls took a 19 to 8 first period lead, increased it to 36 to 18 at halftime and had a 25 point lead at the end of three. Patsy Rogers tallied 21 points, Berline Allen 19 Shirley McBay 17, JoAnn RateliH 13 and Billy Williams one. TP 12 18 10 DALLAS, Iff)— Rice and Texas held their lead in the Southwefvfc Conference basketball chase (*> sert a free throw day d e8p jt e twin upsets last night 10-9 first^period flt fhe hand ^ of Bavlor and Sout h ern Methodist. hi Hope G Hatch ................................... * Griffin .................................... 4 Halbert ......................... ; .......... 4 1 Mitchell Stanley .............. . ..................... 4 Russell .................................... 2 • Totals ................................ 19 Stamps . G . Russell .................................... 0 Parker, t, ............................. 3 Lewis .................................... •...! Burke . ................................... 1 Parker, J ............................. 2. Farley .................................... 1 F 4 10 2 2 0 • 1 19 F 3 8 0 3 1 2 57 TP 15 34 Totals. ' .................. . ............. 14 17 45 Fights Last Night By United Press New York (St. Nicholas Arena) — Danny Dubino, 156, Hoboken, N. J., outpointed Larry Baker, 105 f/ 2 , Yonkers, N. Y. (8). Miami Beach, Fla. Kid Gavilan, 156 1 /;., Cuba, outpointed Johnny Cunningham, 152, Baltimore, Md. (10) —none-title. Galveston, Tex., — Eddie Bertolino, 136, Galveston, outpointed Chato Hernandez, 139, Durango, Mex. (10) Phoenix, Ariz Ellsworth (Spider) Webb, 158, Chicago, stopped Jesse Fuentes, 160,- Los Angeles (2). Richmond, Calif. — James Cartwright, 191, San Francisco, out- pointed eke Robinson, 176, Richmond (10). Although U. S. and British government have not adopted the metric system — meter, gram, liter — for measurements, U. S. and British scientists usually use it in their meausements. The Bears edged Rice 70-73 an overtime tilt at Waco while the flaming Mustangs—with uncanny accuracy in the first half-- com pletely overwhelmed the Longhorns 90-63. Tho defeats left both Rice and Texas with conference records of 7 wins against 3 defeats. TheiJ? nearest competitor, Arkansas, has 6 wins and 5 losses in conference play. Baylor and SMU with the triumph climbed even with Texas Christian the defending champions, and now boast .500 marks with 5 _ 5 records in the hurly-burly circuit. Texas A&M pulls up the rear with one victory ni eleven starts. Baylor's Murray Bailey, benched because of his poor play laj' week against Texas, entered tH? game at Waco as a substitute and poured 22 points through the basket to puce the Bruins to their upset victory. Lance, with 23 points, and Gene Schwinger, win 17, led the Rice scoring. The Mustangs hit 57 per cent of their shots from the floor in the torrid first half at Dallas and held a 53-51 lead over the stunned Steers at halftime. v Conference tail-enders, Te x a s- A&M, hunt their second victory of the season tonight against the Uni- vcrsiy of Houston. Friday night brings three conference games with Texas facing the dangerous Arkansas Razorbacks in Fayetteville, .Rice playing Texas Christian at Fort Worth, and Baylor visiting Southern Methodist at Dallas. The Aggies meet Baylor Mondag night in Waco to end the two teams' conference season. Rice plays SMU at Houston and Texas catches TCU at Austin next. Tuesday night to ring down th? cur- lain. As compared with 1939, the average American in 1953 ate 1,250 per cent more frozen vegetables, 900 per cent more baby foods, 738 per cent more frozen fruit and fruit juices, 21 8pe cent more canm^T fruit juices, 80 per cent more canned soup and 71 per cent more ice cream. MEMO TO ADVERTISERS ern (ex.) 48 East Texas ,St. 65; Sul Ross 5.0 East Texas Baptist 104;. Texas Lutheran 7.8 . • . Howard Payne. 75; McMurry 61 Corplis Christ! 55;. St. Edwards 54 the •WEST , . ' . ' Washington St. 56;' Idaho 44 Spnta Clara 69; Cc-llege of Pacific 54 San Jose State 59; St, Mary's,57 Santa Barbara 78; Fresno State 67 ' . sals for discussion are; 1. Community wide, against vats and mice:, campaign 2. Clean up fix up campaign. 3. Safety Program ip the home. A portion oi' the time set for each meeting wil} be useo; for suggestions and questions and anssvers. Gavilan Decision 1$ Dull, listless MJAJVJI PEACH Fla, (St— We? terweight chafnpion Rid Gavilan reacted to, the boos o( the crowd and hacfce^ out a unanimous but 3«U deelsiw over Johnny Cunning ham of Bo]Umore last night in ,1 :; ft tfw> tyiami J,t was Raschi Gives Card Fans Plenty of Hope BY BEN OLAN Associated Press Sports Writer The St. Louis Cardinals who have been given only a • slim chapce of winning this season's National League pennant, may liave to be reckoned with now that they've strengthened the departments they were weakest in—pitch* ing, fjrst base and shortstop. The mound problem \vas taken care of quite adequately yesterday by the" purchase ' of right-hander Vic Raschi from the New York Yankees. Raschi, who helped pitch the Yankees to six American League flags, only won 13 games last year. But he is expected to take up the slack caused by the loss of Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell to the Army. The Redbirds, of course, are hoping that lightning will strike twice. For in J945, the Chicago Cubs purchased another big right- hander—Hank JBorqwy-rfvom the Yanke-ss and he was no mean factor in Iheir pennant victory. Manager Kddie Stanky was thrilled by the news, "Vic gives me another starter along with Gerry Statey and Harvey H^ddix," he said, ''Ifo'a a great competitor and I'll b? count' ing on, him to win 80Rj.e of our A Guide to the Point of Sale Our local stores are the display rooms and warehouses for-the world's finest products. 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