Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 10, 1954 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 10, 1954
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HOM $fAK, i Must fee In Office »ay Before FIED ?4DJ^ ? ' " :j 7^" r--H'-*"-i I a* in For Sale . Gravel, washed, and road gravel. Soil',and- masofiafy sand available Phone 7*2550, Jesse Sinclair. Feb. 11-lMo. HAY, JoHnSon ^rafes & 1'espedeza itllsed, T. S. McDavitt. Phom f-Siltf. s-t ARKANSAS Announcements Turner, Jones Baffle Tonight Phlladel- 80 ACHES ftnd ttowly decoratrc house. One mile from town. $20, 000. Will sell hotfse and 13 acres $14,000. 'Trade for pine timber »lahd. Call 7*5535. Feb. 10-lMo 5IFJEDDI m»«*H»*ifc** DUO/DC »bev« 6f» ,for eon- Irtedulof or skip- to V»jtct tyb- BABY Chicks, Large assortment m See these chicks before buying ' Several varieties. Dannie Ham- 27-lMo. SWEET Potatoes Seed. Allgold certified, at .$3.50 per bushel. 0. B, Hodhett. Rt. 3. rfopc. Phone 7-4983. a* ' l«Vt*r*, ar>MI n« t» ratpttt. ' fa 'Want Ad. untoH ' , 7-3481 Pr*M HOME grown Korean lespedeza. Cleaned and tested. Germination 87 per cent. $20 per hundred. W. A. Alford & Son, Rt. 3, Hope. 5-61 5 ROOM cottage, one pine covered acre. Also yellow creek club membership. McNab, Arkansas. Call or write Dr, R. K. Harrison, 525 Olive Texarkana, Texas. G-Ot 30 GOATS, G. W. Lafferly. 9 miles south on highway 29. 8-3t BAR Corn. $1.75 bushel. Parker Rogers. 11 miles on Columbus i-oad. 9. 3l 'UBUSHING , Afternoon by BIG Started p'uJlcts for early layers, •alao nice tender fryers. 7,000 to pick from.' See Mrs. Lester Huckabee, Country Club road or call Midsouth Cotton & Supply. 0-01: .j' Editor tmery '-Mich. , Supt. Monaa«r ,o« second cloi> matter at OJftco -ot'-Hope/'Atkantaj, Actot Mon.h 3, 1897. r «f th« Audit PAIR of mules., 7 to 8 years old. J 1 . J3. 'Jones, 3 miles east on highway 07. j 9-Gt 5 ROOM house.Bevorly Hill addi tion. Attach garage. Fenced' back yard. Bendix. H. V. Flowers. 10-3t Star 1* authorized to announce that the following are Candidates for public of/ice subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections. For Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYBRS DWIOHT RIDGDILL For County Cterk ARNOLD JT. MIDDLKBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK TRA T. BROOKS R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG Real Estate for Sale INTERESTED in largo homo! Don't miss seeing (his unusual one.Modern in every detail for contort and convenience, .spacious rooms disposal, dishwasher, floor furnaces, attic fnn, phone jacks, plenty of closets, terrace barbequc. Ideally arranged for family with invalid or elder person. Easily converted into duplex. Bargain. 908 South Main. G-Ol PHILADELPHIA I/ft j Phia's Gil Turner, a welterweight j turned middleweight, may revei'si" I the procedure if he is upset. by Oakland's Bobby Jones tonight in lh«;ir nationally television (CBS)' 10 round scrap at the arcana. j Springs/a Three-time" state Tumors manager, George Kntzjpion and winner over last year's fays he's seriously thinking of] title holder, has passed the" word dropping his Tiger back into the'lhat it is going to be hard to ban fortoalHifl in 'B' Play LITTLE ROCK lift Valley Basketball 347 pound ranks even if he wim. atM (poyobl* In nd- r,.;Jn Hop* and rwlghbor- lF4 l .t'V . *~% M' ,», .89 :,'»-»£ J M nv *V NOW AVAILABLE PRIVATE PARKING-CLOSE IN PRIVATE Parking space, by the month, now available at parking lot, rear of St. Mark's Epis copal Church, 3rd and Elm. Con tack Joe Mason at Frisco Depot daily, after 2 p. m. I0-12t MA'SEY'S Farm. 80 acres and n,e,wly decorated house. One mile from town .$20.000. Will sell house and 13 acres, $14,000. Trade tfor pine timber land. Phone 7-5535. Mar. 10-1 Mo, FBESH country eggs now 40 cents More flowers daily.,, Set; them blooming. Arthur Gra^C' Ozan. ' io-et >(oj; 36C( N. For Rent ONE of the nicest 2 bedroom homes in Cornelius Heights Addition. Attic fan, floor furnace, atlnchcd garage. All 'in ^excellent condition. Will finance F1IA or GI. Shown by appointment only. • FOR .only $3,000.00 this 2 bedroom home at 314 North Hamilton is a good buy for a home or investment. Renlccl for $30.00 per month, Terms ',•> cash. Balance on, monthly terms 15 per. cent interest. AT 821 South Walnut on a .135' x 350' lot this 3 bed-room ho\me is priced lor quick sple. Posses.s'ioji on closing, sale. Will go Gllonn. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 217 SOUTH MAIN RTRKET HOPE, ARKANSAS' PHONE 7-4691. ;-,.-., •.'-.. 3-Gt Hope's Bobcats lay their 21-2 Basketball record on the line to- light when they meet Arkadelphia in the first game of District 7W A play at Nashville. The game starts at 0:30. . '/••./' The second contest pairs Nashville against Ashdovvn starting iat 7:45 while DcQuccn plays Guidon at !1 p. m . The Bobcats are highly favored to take the tourney with DeQueen rated as the team most likely 'to upset them. In Hie girls tournament at Ashdown last night the host team smashed Kirby fin to 20; Mineral Spr-l'figs had little . trouble with Prescott''70 to 33; Cale edged Umpire 3G to-32 Gillham defeated Amity 57 to 48; Lcwisville eliminated Spring Hill 40 to 31; Emmet bounced Lanc- ^urg.43 10 28 while Fouke scored GO to Stamps 44. Today's games pair Gillhain and Lewisville; Emmet and Ashdown Fouke and Bradley; Genoa Central and Guernsey; Winthrop and Texarkana; Bright Star and Boclcaw and Hope vs. Okolono. die again this year. Hard-pressed ~by~underdog Bis marck yesterday in the opening round of the Arkansas Class B High School Boys Basketball Tournament. Valley Springs scored 14 poinlsi in four minutes to win in a walk G4-52. Bismarck twice pulled to '.vithin four points of Valley Springs, and twice substitute 'Charles Robinson tallied two consecutive baskets to set off the victors' rally. At the start of the final period, Bismarck had cut the margin to 40-39. But, in the last four min utes Valley Springs found .the lange to stage their astonishing | rally and gain their 13th consecu! tive tournament triumph. In other games yesterday, there never was doubt about the outcome .after the ' first quarter. Lux ora rolled over Clarendon 51-33; Tillar turned back Ash Flat 57-45, :.nd Coal Hill found an easy mark in Delight 57-39. Eight more .teams saw action tc; day as first round play contained. Vilonia met Oil Trough; Bono took -;n \Vatsbn ' Chapel; Farmingtonj clashed with Parkin and . Oden ulaycd Carthage. ' Baseball UP town-home. G rooms 517 West 3rd street. NEAR school. 5 room home. Paved -street;>2IO North Ferguson. Good -home for little cash. WEST side home, :5 room. Lot 100 'x 390. Priced $37.50.00. 020 NORTH main. 4 rooms. Make i offer. 4: LQTS. 12, room>. 'Rented $1)0.00 Month'. Buy for $3700.00. 4-Gt R. D. FRANKLIN ,,COMPANY Milk from mice, used in a New York scientific experiment is valued at about $10,000 a quart. By The Associated Press TUESDAY'S RESULT S Detroit (A) G Philadelphia (N) Cleveland (A) 17; Chicago (N) 0 Baltimore .(A 10; New York (NT I / St. Louis (N) 10 Chicago (A) 9 II innings) Boston (A) 6; New York (A 5 Cincinnati (Njy . s Brooklyn (N) (cancelled rain) fey The . Associated Press NIT (quarter-finals) Duquesne 69. St. Francis (Pa.) 63 Holy Cross 93. St. Francis (Bkn) 69 NCAA (First. Round) Notre Dame 80, New Orleans Loyola 70 ' Bradley 61, .Oklahoma City 55 Santa Clara 1 73. Texas Tech 64 Penn Slate 62, Toledo 50 Idaho State 77. Seattle 75 (overtime) •-. • IVY LEAGUE PLAYOFF :Cornell 48,-Princeton 44- (cor- nell wins NCAA tourney berth) • SOUTHEASTERN PLAYOFF Kentucky 63, Louisiana State 56 (LSU picked for NCAA tourney after Kentucky waived) NAIA (First Round) Geneva (Pa) 88, Indiana State 82 Lfawrence Tech (Mich) 75, Carroll (Wis) 70 Southeastern Okla 68, Montana 02 Pasadena (Calif) 9, Bridgeport (Conn) 60 Southeast Louisiana 77, Georgetown (Ky) 76 St. Benedicts (Kan) 78, East Carolina (51 Gustavus Adolphus 104, Miss Southern ,64 St. Ambrose (Iowa) 77, North Dakota 70 OTHER GAMES Missouri 76,. Kansas .67 Yale-66. Columbia 64 (overtime) Brown 74,- Dartmouth 71 : Sterling (Kan) 62, Tabor (Kan) 41 ; . : NATIONAL juco. (First: Round) , Benton Harbor (Mich) 87,-Eastern Ariz. A&M 71 Snow (Utah) 53, Connors (Okla) 46- - • ,•';-••.. •-. ' . Arkansas City (Kan) 70, Brewton Parktr (Ga) 54 Northeast Miss 84, Ft. Lewis A&M (Colo) 61 Hannibal-l.aGrange (Mo) f;3, Bismarck (N-D) '81 ' Lon Morris (Tex) 82, Fairbury (Neb) 58 63 Holy Cross (St. Francis (NY) 69 Cornell 46; Princeton 44 (Ivy League championship playoff)i Yale 66; Columbia 64 (overtime) Brown 74 Dartmouth 71 SOUTH Kentucky 63; L. S. U. 56 (south eastern Conf. champipnshio play off) MIDWEST At Pebria, III., N.C.A.A. reglona playoff, first round Bradley 61; Oklahoma City 55 At Fort Wayne, Ind., N.C.A.A regional playoffs, first round Notre Dame 80; Loyola (La.) 70 Penn St. 62; Toledo 50 By United Press ..EAST % ,. . . , At New York, N. Y., NIT quar Pittsburgh (N .vs Milwaukee tor-finals --••-•-..'• Puguesnc 69; .St. Francis (Pa.) (N) cancelled rain At Kansas City, Mo., N.A.I.A Tourney, first round .. Geneva 88 Indiana St. Tqchr* 8 Lawrence' Tech 85; Carroll College 70 ' Southeastern La. 77; Georgetown (Ky; 76 Southeastern Okla. 68 Montana St. 62 Pasadena 79; Bridgeport GO St." Benedicts 68; East Carolina 61 St. Ambrose 77 North Dakota 70 Missouri 73; Kansas G7 WES T H At Corvallls, Ore., N.C.A.A. re gional playoffs, 1st round •. - , . Santa Clara 73; Texas: Teck 64 By The Associated Press District 1 Class A Senior .Boys ' ' Springdale 56, Berryville-48 ; ':'. Huntsvillc .2, Mountain' Home 0,' (forfeit, - ,.:•'"•• - '-...' District 2N Senior Gilrs -' > Velbourne 54, Mammoth -Spring 33 . : . : Salem 35, Williford 32 Pleasant Grove 2, Oxford 0 (forfeit) Clover Bend 30, Mount Pleasant' 25 Hardy 59, Lynn 52 Hoxie 49 Black Rock 39 District 2S, Senior Girls McRae .69 Desha 38 District 2S Senior G'lrs Cushman 74, Concord 52 Augusta 72, Floral 42 " Regolodo Has Fans Really Talking By BEN OLAN Associated Press Sports WrlteC Rookie Rudy Regalado, an in* fielder by trade and a -terrific hit ter i by the looks of things, is the player they're all talkinr abo'ut in the camp of the'-Cleveland Indians today. . A student at the University ,df Southern Cal!fornia t Regalado, 23, is making svre Manager Al Lopez knows he's aiound. Yesterdpy. he connected for two home runs and', a pair of singles as the Indians -..wallopod the Chi cago Cubs l"-6. ' The youngsters's bat has been sizzling all spring. In 22 times at bat, he's collected 13 hits for a .591 average. He's hit fiva homers and batted in 11 runs. ;. Yet ho's had only a year of pro ' fessional experience. He played most of last season with Reading of tho'Eastern League, where he batted .325. Then he was sent to India.uipoUs. Cord-Charlotte 43, Pangburn 38 Tuckerman 54, Bald Knob 46 Newark 56, Beebe 48 McRa e69, Desha 38 District 3 Class A Senior' Boys Rector 77. Bay 56 Plggott 72. Harrisburg 55 , Blythevillc 77. Greene-.County 56 District 3 Senior Girls-.. Valley View. 54, Paragpuld 50 .-'Greene-'County Tech -63, Biscoe. 37. "Dixie,51,; Crawfordsyille 43 •vMtirkcd Tree 48, Rectpr 43 District 5 Class - A Senlqr/Boys ,>j|-yant 59, Morrillon"48 •'; Cpnway 60. Lonoke $8.?*'i-"-Catholic High (Little Rock) 60, ncksonville 50 :' •'• 3:strict 6 Class A Senior ,-Boys' DvWitt 34, Stuttgart 30 Marianna 53, "Cherry Valley 49 District 6E Senior Girls. ''Wynne 44, Ela'ine 35 '• ... Marianna 59; Helena 40 Voffest City 64, Vanndale 41 • District 79 Class A Senior Boys- Magnolia 80, Norphlet'46 District 7E S e nior Girls, .Harrell 40, Chidester 38^(overtime Thornton 36, Harmony^Grove 31 T.aylor 56, Princeton 26 Waldp 31, Tinsman 29 \ - V.illage 53,' Emerson 35^ & .,^ Detroit ,2, Mich.; .Oklahoma, City- 2, ' ' " Pres*j eigfed -Press li entltisd' «X- t Jhe u«a. for repuWiwtton niiws printed 1 In <hi» Wefros.oll AP new* " j&Xg'M/'PURTei.iL' ^complete line of- £ Beauty Shop, Phone D for , free con* i .Phone 7-8166. ROOM unfurnlphed apartment with private bath. Close-In. Phone 7-2205. n-tt 3 BEOROOM house.Partially furnished. Excellent condition, Nice neighborhood. Phone 7-3705 alter 5 P. m. 27-tf Services Offered SEPTIC Tanks Cleaned. Phone -7-0989. March 1-1 Mo. AVAILABLE March 13th to work ing lady. Bedroom, use of Kit ohen. Mrs. J. B. ->aber. 112 Wes 18th Street, 4-6 5 ROOM furnished house. 400 Soutl Bonner. See Mrs. Era Jones a Scott Store. After 5:30 at 400 South Bonner, 8-6 i|S||eetrical Service REWIND* A»R SERVICE ;|r>' ^one 7f 1?S 6 ROOM house, Good location. Can be used as duplex, 812 West 4tl Phone 7-3152. 8-tf GARAGE,' next door to Snylcci Hotel. See Mike Snyker at Hole or Phone 7-3721, s-3t -* 3 ROOM furnished apartment. Private bath. 203 High street. Phone 7-3174. 5-tf Notice 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 Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO Phone 7-2261 , Feb. 22-lMo. Help Wanted CALL Payne Brothers. House movers, insured contractors.. Public Service Commission Number M- 1425. 313 Central Avenue,: Stamps Arkansas/ Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. March 2-lMo. MATTREjjJS renovation and innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 316 ; South Washington. Phone .7-2622. . • " 4-tf Income Taxes T s most modern-type refining units, g^arnntee your car ~ "''-'**" - ' * ''" .TWO Accountants to'.help you. 101 .East Front Street!' Farm Bureau Office Phono 7-37C6. 10-Ct Wonted BABY Sitting in my home. Nights only. For information Phone 73723. ' • 10-« The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mlso Turner at Hicks Funeral Homo 25 WORKING Men, colored or white to travel with Circus. Meals and Steeping berth Furnished. Good pay. Contact Circus Manager, Jffljr Grounds in PrescoU, Ark- 4-ot HARDWOOD flooring grader. Immediate work available. See D C, Pierce, Superintendent, Dierks Lumber & Coal Co,, Broken Bow, 8-31 ®. Hpuse tp house solicitor. J,? st selling item. Exce]ler.t con' . 1Q7 iSouth Main. 10-3t Estote Wqntf d HAVP buyers for all size farms. J4st today. United Farm Agency. , }01 East FronJ Street. Phone ' 10-1 ^o. Yerger Band Mother's club will •neet Wednesday night, March 1U. at their regular meeting place. Ail interested friends u-o asked lo^be present at 8 p. m. Beautician club will. meet Wednesday night, March 10, at the home oi Mr?. Clea.ster Handel at 7:30 r>. m. All members are asked i, to ^bo present, The Rev. C. A. Black of Texarkana will preach at Bee Memorial CME Church Sunday, March 14, at 3:30 p. m. The public is mviled. The Melody five of Trxarkana will give a musk-al program at Be&Boe Memorial CMK Churnh Sunday night, March 1-J. The public is invited. There will be a club party at the Chiney Berry Grove Thursday night March 11. Adrruswon >s 20 cents pot 13erj,oi). The publip jb nivittd, ETHYL.. .'olj the power any motor tan develop KNIX-KNOX ...all the power most motors can develop ; • : - .•••..-•<<• t " *^ • J IION'S f^EWLY COMPLETED 5'A MILLION DOLLAR REFSN3NG UNITS. ..MOST MODERN-TYPE IN ^MiRICA . . . 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