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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 25, 1954
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agr ><=ij= fw&> ,1 HOM ITAfc, H0M, AftRANSAJ ilst Be b Office Oay Biitdm Publlcatloa Per Rant house, Good Imsatlttn. Can «» duplex, 812 West Dial 74151 , • ftto WIT tat* :£. Me par inch 50c pet Iflcb for ion* llcotion, <Un<il 5 p.m. for day* th« rlaht ftr lrtm«nt« of- and to r«j*cf «ub- tnofH, h$» l numfcwiV coutif o» on* £«^£ ^ 4 ^ > j. i f j _.,.. ..^»5Stif;'Will-hot hw rtvp&i. >l» ,fOf errorit ln f Wont, Ad* tmVttt " ttf arfif'ealterf' to'our mtentlwi of ad dftd . LtrK i ,'•'•' • $$,#$ '•{• **••-. •! Pritt BLiSHING CO. by .Oulldlno , Wplnuf o,. Atkaiuoi ..>'r^.? ____ >~L<_? Piibitofcw lRDLAW r Shop ; ' fl^ilSo* '«Aw. .«..'•' Phone for, free oon» „, to InnerBpr no * " B Phono ACRfeS, .0 room house on West aoth. .$ao.do, , ^ 'RlJAL ESTATE fltONJE 7476B 6 ROOM house. Unfurnished. Hard' wobd floors,' Two porches, nice yai-di See owner at 1804 South ' film, , , 22-Ot Notice SUBSCRIBE TexarkanK Gazette. Comnlete sportsi Other late news* KCMC-Tv programsii Eearly do* livery. Dole Hartsfield. Phone 7-4010. kar. 12-1 Mo. SALESMAN "istiitii - Weekly $17To'b" 2 people $3.00. Discount to trucks, all new innersprlngs, fdam plU lOWb, refri/terated, "Safer" Tile, Boley's "quletei-" Court. March 17-1 Mo. NEW Trailed Park, night $1.00 f Weekly $5,00, monthly $19.00, TWo newtild'shdwdrs, twtf new stools- labbfatofies, , shadier,, .quieter, Boley's' Court. " Reference Citizen's and-National-Bank. ' ';'.''March-IG'I Mo, WE give* th'ei'b'est; Trades for'your . old Furniture". ,. •' Mar. i23-l Mo. HqUSTO'N!ciTYi.F,URNlTtmE CO, ' -'- '. ! ..buyjng fertilizer see mo for prices,' We deliver anywhere. . iDANNjDE HAMILTON " Mar. "25-1 Mo. COX'S 'Cafe at Fulton will serve turkey Dinner Sunday March 2fith $1,00 per plate. Drinks extra. " ' , 25-3t For Sale BABY Chicks. Largo assortment See these chicks before buying Several varieties. Dannie Harti; llton. ^ ' ; Feb, 27-lMo. MASfeV'S /Farm, '80-ucr0s and newly, ctecorated , house. ' One mile from town'."$20.000. Will sell > house aqil 13 acres, $14,000. Trade •'lot, 'pine-,'timber .'land.> Phone" "7-5535,-.- ,,-K , Mar. ffl-1 Mo. Hay, Johnson grass , Si lespedeza rijixed.VAlso ^some'-pyre ,lesped* ezai T.'JS/ McDfivltt., 'PJio'he 1- I'.ZllBj *<^- '_• ». . >•; '- .' 3 . T P "< A * i , I Jt y . '. j_. < . • i .- coupe; ;Tlr|ldlo,'t-'heater,', practically,.'new' 'iires>f Pulce'i $295. tiuy ,on ^hstall- ,raent, V, H,'Puryear, Marg4ra,t , Street,' PhOn^ f 17-4381 , >' 20-Ot .fence- post at plant mile out'on Rpss'toil'Hiw'ay.'We UverVPhbtte" 7-2048.' '- 22-Ot ,meYaDf>ul;',your fertilizer rements,"iWeaCan h'elp you 1 Announcements Sift* fi Aiithorti&l to «fl. * that the following t*« eandidates fa* publld office lufa. ]ect w the action of the Demo* cratfC primary elect ioti*. RffiGOfLL Pot' County clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOK9 JOLtV (AMONETTS) BYfi AKTttUR ANDERSON Foe Sheriff and ColfUctttf W. B. (BilJ) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK H, D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MtDDLEBROOKS 1 CLAUD H. BUTTON AldirfnfiH Ward S B, L. RfiTTICJ For Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGER Services Offered SEPTIC Tanks Cleaned. Phone 7-9980. March 1-lMo. CALL Payhe Brothers. House movers, insured contractors. Public Service Commission Numbor M- 1425. 313 Central Avenue, Stamps Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 In Stamps, Arkansas. March 2-lMo. MATTRESS renovation and- Innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 310 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. 4-tf Real Estate for Sale Newhouser Credited With Indian Win By EG CORRI6AN A PSfrorts Wrltir was July 22. 1953— a year ago^-tlai New- 5 ROOMS and screened in back porch. All large comfortable rooms with large walk-in closets. Plenty built-ins. Needs some repair but. with a small amount of ,~\'\r~~^n,-"'''"''i£' L cash can be made a lovely home. < lde ! phl ° phillles - wh °, hnve . u Large shady lot streets. Will sell ha vmg the same .trouble — no hit- The date loss than houser who once had drawn $65, 000 for pitching for tht? Detroit Tigers, was talkinp: This is the end, I'm finished as ah active player. My arm just can't stand the strain any more." The handsome fireballer had just been told that at the age of 32 he was all through. He couldn't even hold a job with the last place Tigers. After almost 15 years with them , he had his unconditional release and memories. But ho couldn't stay out of the game, and today he'? back trying to win a spot with the Cleveland Indians. He's on trial or. course but what Manager Al Lopez/has seen has been encouraging. New houser got credit for his irst victory of the spring, training season yesterday when the In- :lians battered the Chicago Cubs 12-2, Despite the heavy bombing ,he slim left-hander bo>:e down all the way through his three-inning stint and didn't allow the Cubs a tun. The Injury jinx that has'been haunting Ihe major tpagivj cltlbs all through training struck the In riians when seco'nd-^tring catcher Mickey Grasso broke his left' ankle sliding into a base. H» will be put about tluoo monthj. Hs is Jim Hegan's No. I understudy. ' mwhil.e the Biltimote Ori-, ole's, thu Cartus Loagua 'leaders 1 , won theu- rth game against five defeats by turning . bac,k .the New York Giants 4-3 at Phoenix. They jumped on Sal Maglie for three runs in the sixth after he had < p un up a scoreless skein of 13 innings. The Detroit Tigers and. the Phil- By OAYLC TALBCtf. cheap.; 212 N, McRae Street. IF you want a nice 4 room modern home with garage attached on 50 x 150 lot streets paved, back yard all fenced, with some growing fruit trees in it, you should see this one. Shown only by appoint- re^Pi V4A«<>C1 i V" mu4ic4jit;iHH. i wts 4 i-"u(» help you with your a'h'alysls an'd price. J. ,W. Strickland. ' / '„ '"Mar, 22-1,Mo.' NATIONAL', Cash, "roister; Good ppnditloti. ' 'Mdry-lfidtia Beauty * ONE Servi-cycle with wlndsh^ld and carrier. ' 521 peach street. John Amos. 24-3t DISE, ridlngi, planter ,- an'd' 1 mower. Eofl Fjjicher, Hfjvqy 4, 3 'miles eaM.. ,••-;,,, "" ' ,25-lt 2' ( x 20'. Composition shingle roof. Ceiled' with plaswpoft.j'Wirecl for electricity. 2 door^, 4 wirtddws. Fine for fish- Ing enbjn", Also 49 m er<jur^ 4 door sedan',. 48 Ford" 2 doti>r, 'ped'ah. 47 Chevrolet'.2 Door Sedan,, Si, 4 door super Buick, 52 Plymouth coupe. Close out prices. Contact Frank Horton at -B. ft. Hamm Motor Co, or coll 7-3812. 25-flt Wonted 1XPEEIENCED WnlU-ess. Apply In person only. Mack's Restaurant. 409 East 3rd, formerly, Snack Shop. I ^ v^ome'n of Christian 'character who ' ape interested in a well paying position No experience necessary. Willing to work 8 hours, B day, Average Income $9P a week. Wrjte Box A, Hope Star, ', 25-3t WE have a modern 7 room house within 2 blocks of down town. Built withifi the last 5 years' and ' Is an ^xcellentj.repair. Looks like brand 1 "new. Modern '(throughout, .large rooms, plenty closets. Nice) size lot with shrubbery. 'Paved streets. See thi? ,one GI loan available. 114 N, Walnut. ,Ve have a beautiful country home. Located Near McCaskill: Three bedroom, brick'veneer, hardwood floors, large rooms, planty builtin's: Butane gas, youngstown Jdtchep, Pastel .bathroom corn- plete, carpet, copper water pipes, termite proof. Lifetime screens. On 1V^ acres of ground. Worth $16000.00 but .will sell for just $8000,00 with terms. AT 321 East 13th Street we have a nice 3 bedroom modern home. , Hardwood floorjs, attic fan, floor furnace, Venetian blinds. Large shady corner lot. Paved streets. FHA or GI loan available. Immediate possession, ' AT 511 N, E}m, ss we have a s/nall tile building and a large resident- al lo't 75 x J50. Streets paved. We offer the works for $1000.00 An excellent buy, 25-3t GREENING INSURANCE & . REAWY 1 COMPANY .Real Estate, 'Loans FHA GI Conventional Insurance PHpNE 7-4661 Baseball ting — came to different fntes. The Tigers broke a five-game Ids- ing streak with a .54 victory over the Milwaukee Braves achieved on a two out single in the bottom of the ninth by rookie Hairy Bright, The Phllles, just six runs games, dropped the Washington who have scored in their last five a 7-1 decision to Senators. Johnny Schmitz and Chuck Stobbs combined to harass the Phillies. / The Pittsburgh Pirates who have been consigned to the National League cellar, have been hitting home runs all over the, lot. They bashed five more in a /10 4 victory over the Philadelphia A's. Winning pitcher Max Surkont was impressive, yielding only one hit in his thrfie inning's. young Bill Skowron drove in six runs for. the New York Yankees to lead the world champions to c*n 11-7 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Skndwn is first baseman and the Y,anks already have, three, but he might sticli a.-i a pinch hitter. WEDNESDAY'S, RESULTS Now York (A) ( Jt Boston (A) 8 Baltimore (A) 4, New York (N) 3 Chicago (A) 6, Cincinnati (N) Cleveland (A) 13, Chicago (N) Detroit (A) 5, Milwaukee (N) Pittsburgh (N) 10, Philadelphia Real Estate Wonted IAVB buyers for all size farms. List tpday. United, Farm Agency. JOl East Front Street. Phone ,7.370$ 'Mar- W'i Mo. Graduation Gifts; The easy way, Loy-A-Wqy, WATCHES of all mokes, Mhoon's Jewelry 110 §9Htl\ Main CUSTOM SUUQHTIBING • i* ( «nf tgpmery *W\ Basketball By United Press Women's National A. A. U Tourn ament at St. Josephs Mo. Atlanta Tomboys (Ga,) 58, Real Refrigerators (Wis.) 33 Martin College (Tenn.) 54, Schraders (Ohio) 40 Midland Jewelry (Mo,) 22, Oma ha- Commercial (Neb.) 20 Hanes Hosiery 50, Bmnmerettes 40 Kansas City Dons (Mo,) 43, Goetz Girls (Mo.1 '35 Denver Viner Chevrolet 37, Vir ginia Beach Whites 3.5 Wayland College Flying Queens (A) 4 Washington (A) (N)° 1 St. Louis (N)5 Toledo (AA) 4, IN) 2 7, Philadelphia , Brooklyn Milwaukee "B 1 DaiquariOut for Feature atOaktawn HOT SPRINGS,'/T) — W. M. Wiggins' Daiquari, sharpened lor the distance test by a sprint victory last week, was top weighted at 110 pounds today for . the featured $2,300 Ford Dealer's Purse,at Oaklawn Park. " t * The 'miles and a sixteenth op tional claiming event has eight other top thoroughbreds in an ev cnly balanced field. Thoy include Olen Sledge's Tin Twit, Bryan H. Wise's Mr. Dink, .T. and G, Jejna's Gus Fan, J. T Dil%d,'s!BquichflJl, Angelo Cillo 1 ' Chance Snow, F. E. Hamper's Ba tie, H. A. Schroeder's Harry Loi and Thomas Wilson's Faraneasy Tin Twist, Mr. Dink, Gus Fan Equichall and Chance Snow also are previous winners here. L. O. Backus' Mark Question an odd on favorite record to his fifth victory in eight- starts this year in the $5,000 Oakjawn Pro View before 7,566 fans yesterday. A head behind the> winner cam? Henry Forrest's Tricky Homer end Taylor Crest Stable's Me Per feet waa' third. Mark Question ran the four fur longs over a, heavy, track in :48,4 and paid $3.60 $2.80 and $2.50. AMPA, Fla; f/B—Members of the working press covering base ball's spring training are moaning In a body that they never knew it so hard to find something to write about. They claim it is the deadest sprifig training in history and de- Vote much of their time to inter- Viewing one another. ' ' As best we can figure it out, the explanation is the obvious one that the New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers appear to over shadow their fields so thoroughly or have for so long up to now — that most of the rival managers have,gotten tired discussing'- the situa'tion. They would rather say nothing at all than run the- risk of sounding ridiculous, and it is difficult to blame them. Injuries to two key players. Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox and Bobby Thomson of Milwaukee, did much to stagnate the news front. From what we hear, the BOF- ton players "died" visibly on the day their big man cracked his shoulder and" ho longer regard themselves as pennant contenders. Thomson's broken ankle affected the youthful Braves less, .and Man- r.gcr Charlie Grimm still is talking n fairly..good fight, but the club no longer'may- be described ns blazing..'-' -. . . . Thoughrhe- says.'.little, our guess would be that Paul Richards r.'f the Chicago White' Sox ' as more real hope'.than -any other manager of upsetting: .the Yankees, "The Editor," .-as Casey Stengel caiis him, Is \yorkirig; his club with an intense. purpose, as though he means to. bring them in by shei-'r will power. If Steve O'Neill has any enthusiasm for his Phillies he isn't saying anything .about it. One heais that Eddie Waitkus, recently gone to Baltifliore, is not the only one of his players the portly pilot woul d like to ship elsewhere before the season opens. The Phils" are being called "comlacent." O'neill has evolved perhaps the most ingenious scheme of any manager for avoiding the ravtin ing press while his club works out before its exhibition games.. He has his own personal protective cage planted /put; between first and Second bases, and . he plants himself solidly 'behind it apd stays there. NO would-be ; interviewer yet has gone out there, -because the screen was' built to 1 shield only J Steve. ',. Although , the average person reads at i the'rate of about 250 words a minute 1 , some people cari read at more J than 700 words - a minute. V ,•; .-' ••,.-: Worsham Sets NewRecord in > PLAM BEACH, Fla. sional golfers .moved on to tournaments in Wilmington and Greens botb, N. C., today .while officials of the' Seminole Golf Club put a hew record .on their 1 books. . Lew Worsharh, chunky pro from Onkmont, .P.a., .clipped two strokes off the. old mark. in Winning the annual Pro Amauteur . Tournament yesterday with C8-G8-13G. The old record \vas held by several players at 138. ... It was Worsham's first totirna mcnt victory since his spectacular wedge shot gave him the $25,00!) first prize in the'Tarn O'Shantcr ct Chicago last August. He collect ed $1,800 for his Seminole victory. , Jim Ferrier of San Franciscp was .second with 140 and-picked up $1,000. -Earl Stewart Jr. of- Dallas carded 141 to win $700 and Gary Middlocoff of GroFsingers, N. Y., had. 142; .the Same stiOre turned in by Bo Winningor of Oklahoma City. ' Eacli le'ollectsd '$475. •Ted Kroll -of '. Ne.w Hartford, N... .: teamed with R. :A.' Rease Morgan on, 'W;; ' Va.- steel execu- ive to win' the proamateur divi- tive With a ; best ! ball' of -123 Kroll oon 1,000. for his triumph. Ben Hogan of Palm Springs, showed'the .effects of'his long layoff and -had 70-73—143 to tic with five others for sixth place, worth $315 each.' .' ', .... Sox Release Hurler Outright TAMPA Fla. (/P) — Pitcher Tom HUrcl has been released unconditionally to-Charleston of the American Association and the Chicago White Sox • will cut off two more hurlers shortly. • Expected to be on th'<» move be fore the week end are Gus Keriazakos and Dick Strahs. FigHts LdstNlight "•By The Associated Press , MIAMI BEACH, Fla. —Charley Norkus 194'/2 Jersey City put pointed Danny Nardico, isV'/j, Tampa, : 10. Sydney Australia—Freddie Daw son, Chicago, stopped Barry Brown, New-Zealand;. 6. .(welter weights, but exact weights not available). : • Gavilcm Becomes Proud Father CHICAGO «P) f-.Kid Gavilan, confident welterweight champion and new father, arrives in Chicago today for intense on-the-sce'ne training for his April 2 shot at Carl (Bobo) Olson's middleweight crown. After formally signing for the Chica-go Stadium about a week ago, Gavilan returned to his Sum mit, N. J., camp. Yesterday he- received good news; His wife gave birth to a 7 pound, 8 ounce daugh ter in Havana. "We name her Victor!:! ih honor of my victory over Olson,*' said the Cuban Kid, who also has another daughter and a son. Casey Hopeful for Skowron SARASOTA, Fla., I/PI — The case of Bill Skowron, the ex-Indiana football player who is trying for a job on the New York Yankees, is a strange one. Young Bill has been having his [roubles at first base and thinks lie would benefit by another year at Kansas City. But after he drove in six runs in the Yanks' ' 11-7 victory over the Boston RedSox -at • Sarasota yesterday, Manager Crtsey Stengel was more convinced than ever that tie hna the. power tOmnke the grade. ' • •.. . • ', . The chances are Casey will carry Skosvron as a pinch-hitter. Army Favors to Baseball J Players Hit WASHINGON, W) — Secretht 1 ; of Defense Wilson has a list o questions about alleged specia treatment of baseball player drafted into the Army. Rep, Hes (ROhio) has asked for the ah swers. Basing his inquiries on whatafr said were a number of hews paper stories, Hess in a letter t Wilson yesterday asked why number of "these professionals' spent their whole tour of duty a a single post.vvha t their militar; assignments, were and Whetlm any favors were being sought. Wilson's office said the reques would be studied. , The Ohio congressman chairrnar Of a House armed services s lommiltee on defense activi 1 singled ou t especially article; dealing with Billy Martin, the Nev York Yankees' s,econd baseman Willie Mays, ccnterflelder for th< tfew York Giants, and an airmar ic said was named Crisplno ant belonged to the Philadelphia Phil lies. , The Phillies said • they at signed a Baltimore catcher namee Carlo Crispin, who was now' ' ii Lhe air force but expected to^bi discharged this fall. ' [ ' More than half the 7Vfe. millior widows in the United States ar over 64 years old. . Advettlttmeni From where I sit .» Joe TylarsK Do You Have One in Your Town? f. I was attracted to Charlie's hardware store yesterday by a sign in the window'that read: "VISIT OUR 'U-FIX-IT' SHOP. BRING IN YOUR REPAIR JOBS. USE OUR EQUIPMENT FUEE." Made me think of four or five things I should -have fixed up long ago. Charlie says lots of folks get the same itch. : "Nobody wants to buy a tool they'll never use again, for one small repair job," Charlie told me. "But now folks are mending their tilings down here. And they're buying lots of parts and things they need'to do the job." ' From where I sit, this idea can be applied to business, too. Andy, down at the Garden Tavei-n,. has something like it. But the way his plan works, Andy does the work, and his customers enj.qy the results. He voluntarily. c'<pi operates with the Self-Regulatibii : progtam of the Brewing IriduS- . try by keeping.his placa.clean and fixed %ip. That way, A.ndy never has to "repair" his customers' goodwill. 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