Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 30, 1954 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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HO 9 i IT A t, H 0fI, ARKANSAS LASSIFIED i M.161 Be In Office Bi> B*f6re PuWlCatiott And. li it Rwd«r«d, lit Ofl« »*** HoatSi 1.60 4.M 8.00 9.60 B.OO 10.80 13.00 1*.60 1,00 2.50 100 1.50 4.00 4.60 1.00 SiT-IlD DISPLAY t&e tWf to i eoc pe* inch 11.00 i Hbov» a* tot ton•Mi- rW*. copy '3 "Mn, iqt fl doy. tf» rlohf to e|[oOdv»rtl«em«rtti of- bliemlon and to reject wbw advtrtMno Mb- For R«nt 6 ROOM house. Good ideation. Can be*iised as duplex. 812 West 4th Wai 74182. - 16-TF i 2 or 3 room apart rnent. Private Entrance 1108 South'Main. "Phone 7-3691. 26-et itJRHISHEB 4 toom apartment. JSteetrie refrigerator. Oarage. No children. Mrs. Anna Judson. 220 Elm. Mar. 27-tf 4 ROOM house and bath. Gas, water, and lights. On experiment station road Plenty garden space Pasture for cow. Phpne 7-3813. 27-3t .tilth , count ctt MM . ltr/Krt M AMfWfc, Wont Adi unleM _.-/(fcell6d ito .our ottwrtlon FlRsTK;lniertton of ad ond »ft ONLY: «h« ONE incorrect 7-3431 COURTS: Salesmen, $2.50 each; Weekly, $17, 2 people, $3. All new Innersprlngs, foam pillows, refrigerated, "Safer" tile. BOLEY'S "Quieter" COURTS. Discount to trucks. . , Mar. 17-1 Mo. Pr«« 14, 1927, m» *y£ry t weekday, qf ternoon by R' PUBLlSH4N6rXb. ..-Palmer, .President , Secy-Tr«t. 0uildlnfl , 5t«tt, lashburb/ldltor'a Publish" _.XWhe*,;: > M<»n«!na iWlfor * «,t,H<ttrn*ry> M.th. Supt. * 'Mono B «r tefOnd clo«! matlor at rkonioi, ,sterick 505 Texas 360 N. 60 E, 17*3 printed -In thli well ,as ,oir AP newi 3 BEDROOM house. 81S West Ave. E. Phone 7-26(13. 27-3t 3 ROOM unfurnished apartment. 221 West Ave. D, Phone 7-2180. 27-3t FURNISHED apartment. For couple only. Middlebrooks Grocery. Phone 7-3791. 27-3t 3 R6OM unfurnished house. $10.00 per month. See owner at 1320 West Fourth. 20-3t NICELY furnished 4 room apartment. Private-bath and entrance. Phone 7-3497. 29-Ot ONE furnished and one unfurnished apartment. Each three rooms and private bath.,Available April 1st. Call 7-2890 after 5:30. 30-3t FURNISHED 2 room apartment, Private entrance arid'bath. Electric refrigerator. Newly decora- led. 321 jBonner. Phone 7-3553 30-3t For Sale BABY Chicks. Large assortment. Sep these chicks before buying Several varieties. Dannie Hamilton, Mar. 29-1 Mo. MASEY'S Fflr.m. 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. Phone ,7-5535. ' Mar. 10-1 Mo, Hay, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixe'd. AJsb Some pure lespedeza. -T. S. McDavitt, Phone 73-TF .... fjR9*JJ9haefer Tailored" > rne about your fertilizer re- ciuirementsrW^ can'help you with your analysis'and price. J. W. Strickland. Mar. 22-1 Mo. FJIAME Building 12' x 20'. Compo- ''stiiop shingle roof. Celled with 1 plaswood. Wired for electricity. 2 doors, 4 windows. Fine for fish' '"ing cabin, Also 48 mercury 4 door sedan, 40 Ford 2 door sedan, 47 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan, 51, 4 door super Buick, 52 Plymouth coupe. Close out prices. Contact Frank Horton at B. R. Hamm •Motor Co. or-call 7-3812. 25-Ot WORLD'S finest jnidseason blcolor daffodils including Mrs. Backhouse, the famous pink daffodil. Political Announcements Star i« authorized to an. Bounce that ,the following ore candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic prflnafy elections. HARRY CLIFFORD BYEttS bWIGHT RIOGD1LL For County Clerk ARNOLD J. M1DDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYER8 ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MID0LEBROOKS CLAUD H, SUTTON Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG •For Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGER Wanted EXPERIENCED Waitress. Apply in person only. Mack's Restaurant. 409 East 3rd, formerly, The Snack Shoe. , 18-TF Real Estate for Sale 15 ACRES - comfortable two bedroom home, good barn, outbuildings, deep well, electricity, gas, All fenced - small orchard. Just outside city limits - Priced to sell. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 217 South Main St. Phone 7-4091 Hope, Arkansas 27-3t OWNER leaving town - says sell this attractive two bedroom home with carpbrt for only $1,000.00 cash, balance -monthly terms , Possession in April. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 217 South Main St. Phone 7-4691 Hope, Arkansas 27-3t Notice A's Fate in Hands of ShantZ' Power By JOE REICHLER WEST PALM BEACH Fla. Wl— The fate of the Philadelphia Atb- leticS this year rests largely 6n two sets o fshoulders one set belonging to an anemic looking, veteran little lefthanded pitcher, the other to a big powerful rookie outfielder. The pitcher is Bobby Shantz. tht American League's most V'aluabk- player in 1932 whose victory to»al Fell off from 24 to five last year because of shoulder trouble, Bobby has pitched creditably this spring, showing no trace of any shoulder miseries, but the jury is still out on the 5-6%, 28-year-old- southpaw. The outfielder is Vic Power the American Association's 4 champion oatter last year who came to the A's via the New York Yankees in a trade; involving 13 players. Thus far Power Gus Zermial to form a wit h Big Gu s Zt-rnial to form s strong one-two balling punch that should make life unbearable for southpaw opposition. | PHONE FOR ATTACK—The pilbt of Britain's new Meteor will never get in trouble for lying . down on. the job. That is the way he'll fly this sleek plane. London technicians are now testing the Meteor, to determine whether it's practical-io~pilot a plane from a prone position . Consider Cards Big Threat to Pennant By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer It 'seems incongruous that a earn that finished 23 games bank the pennant winner should -be onsidered a threat the next year. Yet, the St. Louis Cardinals — of SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. Complete sports. .Other late news. KCMC-TV programs. Eearly delivery. Dale Hartsfield. .Phone 7-4010. Mar. 12-1 Mo. WE give the best Trades for your Old Furniture, Mar. 23-1 Mo HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. PHONE 7-2201 BEFORE buying fertilizer see me for prices.' We deliver anywhere. DANNIE. HAMILTON , •Mar.: 25-1 Mo. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 26-Ot GOOP modern five room house, . redecorated newly wired, good street, nice neighborhood. $3000.00 cash or terms. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY F,,C, Fuller Phone 7-4691 or 7-2008 -, t • . 27-3t TWO bedroom modern home. Three acres land, $100 cash, monthly payments. Call owner T. N. Be- .Jew. 7-430{}. 30-3t ONE Ford tractor disc, mowing machine blade. One western saddle bridle, Martingale. Good condition. At my farm on highway 29, 15 miles south of Hope. Mrs, Jack Wise. 29-6t PARAKEETS, cages, and feed, Young birds ready to teach to. talk. Call after school hours. Phone 7-3622, 29-3t BABY- Chicks, AAAA Grade. All •' kinds of feed and Groceries, Open 7 days. Phone 7-9903. Holly Grocery fc Market. 29-6t NEW Trailer'; Park'.V Nights, ,'$i; Weekly, $5; Monthly, $19. Two new tile showers: two new stools, laboratories. Shadier, Quieter BOLEY'S. COURT.: Reference Citizens and National Bank. Mar. 17-1 Mo. Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for all size farms. List today. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-3700. Mar. 10-1 Mo. Strayed BROWN although they're , not talking pennant by any means — certainly ire thinking along those lines. Ad despite the fact that they can lend shivers up and down the op- sosition's spine with such blockbusters as Stan Musial, Red Schoendienst and Enos Slaughter, their jitching 'will have to carry the load if they hope 'to overhaul the Brooklyn Dodgers and fight off the Milwaukee Braves. , . As of today the Cards show a far from spectacular 13-8 record in the Grapefruit League.Bu t Eddie Stanky's pitchers have been coming through handsomely and oven in some losses' they've looked good. In the last six games, the Card hurlers have allowed only 14 runs, a little more than two per game. They've been supported by 18 ru.is for those six games and nary a home run. Thp last round-tripper by a Card was MusiaL's. more than a web~k ago. ' ".'-.-But with Vic Raschi, obtained from the New Ycrk Yankees to work on the Dodgers), Harvey Haddix (with an 0.50 ERA in the exhibition loop), Gerry Staley (an 18-Kame winner last year) and Tom Poholsky. (just back from the Army),wh o got credit for yesterday's 4-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox, the Cards will be no patsies. ' v The amazing Baltimore Orioles continued their sweep through the exhibition trail by edging the Chicago CUbs 4-3 for their fifth decision in. n ine games with the OWN Jersey. Cow with horns :,'• . ln 'J? J " e . sames with the wearing a short yoke, Andrew . B . rluns - The Orioles came from be- Jones, 2 miles south of Hope. ""' """''" """" '" 30-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phono 7-5830 Or brlnq Items to Mist Turntr •t Hlokt Funeral Home J946 FORD. New tires, new motor. Good buy, only $295. 1105 Foster St. Lullfe ,a^ ; iShep'parH hud cellent services'; Sunday.. The Sunday school was conducted by the Supt., Mr. Burton, The banner foi the month went to class numbei four for raising the highest amount. The commentary was presentee to that class for the month of March. For the morning message the pastor preached from John .21:12. Avenue. Phone 7-4440. 30-3t Jesus Saith Unto Them Come And ~ Dine. Subject Dining, with Jesus. The attendance was good and the spirit excellent. Among the visitors were Mrs. Ellen Powell, Mrs. Carrigan, also Mrs. Reather Johnson, who teachers in the community made a nice talk. Services Offered SEPTIC 7-9989, Tanks Cleaned. Phone March 1-lMo. CALL, Payne Brothers. House movers, iosured contractors. Public Service Commission Number M- J425,,313 Central Avenue, Stamps rkansf»a. phone 3-4481 in Stamp?, Arkansas. March 2-lM,o. MATTRE.SS renovation and innerspring, work. Cobb Mattress Co. Phone 4-tf 316 South Washington. ?r2622. The I/, $, steel making capacity s JiQcrease^ 3? million tons or as percent since Wqrld War II. Groduqfion Gifts; The easy woy, Uy-A-Woy. WATCHES 9f Qllmqkw. Mhoon's Jewelry * In the Ladies Auxiliary that was organized-on Tuesday night, March 23. One officer omitted Mrs. Lurlean C. Phillips, Historian. hind 1 to pound Howie • Pollet for three runs in the' ninth inning. Six hours later, the Cubs, losers of 15 of their. 20 games this spring, changed managers. Phil Cavarretta was let out and Stan Heck, who had been managing Los Angeles, the • Cubs' Pacific Coast League club, became the .pilot. The New York, Giants beat the Cleveland Indians 4-1 behind Larry Jansen and Mario Picone. The veteran Janseh tossed five scoreless innings. Mprry Djckson became the firs^ REFLECTIVE—Dr. Albert ,Einstejn; originator of the theory of relativity, relaxes in his Princeton, N. J., study. The -world- famous scientist will celebrate his 75lh birlhday on March 14. "HARD STUPF" PAY-OFF-rOfBc'ers of a Salina, Colo., building and loan association have a back-breaking job after a-patron dei cided to pay off a mortgage with 3000 silver dollars. The unnamed ! payer saved the money in her home for several years and inade ' the lump payment. Shown taking the money (o the bank: C. H. i Kelleher, president;. Theo Jacobs at the wheelbarrow, and Alice Chinn, secretary-treasurer. Standing in the doorway ready to \ • accept'the money is banker J. Ford White. ... • SPORTS ROUNDUP .By QAYLE TALBOT. TAMPA, Fla. — This is the I'fiB^W h'aa ; 'iftfi The punchless Phils woke up and lambasted the Dodgers 19-5. Ted Kluszewski played Frank Merriwell for the Cincinnati Red- legs by lofting a two-run home run in the ninth inning to give his club a 9-H triumph over the New York Yakees, Washington outlasted the Detroit Tigers 12-8 mainly through the efforts of Eddie Yost who poled three home runs; Milwaukee deeated Macon of the Sally League 12-4. week that the great, unseen army of baseball scouts breaks camp too ond begins its lonely job of beat- ng the backwaters of the land or potential Babe Ruths and Walter Johnsons, ', For the past month most of the top seekers of: talent — at least each clubs chief scout —ha s been sticking around the parent team and its general manager, helping introduce'the throng ^of youngsters whom/- ne 'ha l s helpki' bring up 'tfnrtJ SQI| g h t::.' v g., $ The number of people who speak the major languages (in millions) is approximately: Chinese (all dialects) 450, English 250, Hindi-Urdu 160, Russian 140, Spanish 110, German 100, Japanese 80, French 75, Malay. 60, Bengali 60, Portugese 55, Italian 55; and Arabic. 50. President, Mrs. Cleaster Handle i complete, is asking all beauty operators and participants in the hair style review to meet Wednesday night, March 31, at Yerger High School auditorium. Time 7:30 p. m. The pastor and members of Bee- Bee Memorial CME Church wish o thank each everyone for then- cooperation in the rally that was held Sunday, raised $800.00, March 28. Money Senior cjioic pf BeeBpe Memorial Will rehearse Thursday night, April i, at 7;3Q p. ,m. 104th Birthday For three full days many well wishers congratulated Mrs. Emma Morton Davis who observed her 104th birthday March 25. Open house was held at the home of Mrs, Da vis' great-granddaughter Mrs. Tyree Jordon and M>'- Jordon on Wednesday, Thursday ,and Friday of week. Mrs. Davis repeived many lovely flowers, gifts and cards. She was almost breathless after endless greetings to visitors, interviewers, radio talk etc. On Thursday at 6:30 p. m. her birthday dinips%jU-p££ Dared and, served, jjfter r^pddaugwri Myg; Irene Miller, Olena qo,ljln$ end ^ great nejce, Mrs. m, to. many to getting, his orders on what types pf players to concentrate on finding during the coming summer. In the final analysis each club's fortunes depend upon the efficiency — and luck — of its scouting system. Every big league outfit lists be- twe.en 30 and 40 luff-time, salaries scoiits, so one may get an idea oi how thickly they are scattered around the country and how difi- cult it would be for a really promising youngster, even at the high school level, to escape their oyps. Frequently, scouts from a dozen clubs- will be trying to sign the sarn e boy. As an added precaution, each salaried scout hao a force of his own personal "bird dogs" > scatter ed throughout his territory, which in some instances covers our or Hurricane 'Is Seeking Shot atMarciano i By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK Wl —A national unknown until two months! ago, Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson a(. ; J today five states, high school Many of them are and college coaches. but some of them are barbers and taxi drivers who happen to regard themselves as baseball experts. In most cases, though not always, the "bird dog" has a cojir tract in his dresser drawer. It provides that he will receive a npnv inal sum, say.only $100, when one of his finds is signed and sent to the will lowest minors, but that he receive additional payments time the kid moves up ju .he chain. If he eventually reaches the parent club the "bird dog" may realize $3500 or more. It's a nice sideline to have, —— -- Ohio W) — Police sa}d todsy 8 thief — usjng fished about t $4.00 ffom sate at the Tay^tee P^k^ry Co, Captiajn F. said the hook was lowered through 9 slot Ch&mpipn Rocky , ; Mhrciano and dnred - any otherd 'leading contend- cf to v fight him. And nobody iqughed. •'!.-• : Tho tireless, non-stop punching , 22-year old New 'York NORI-O became an outstanding challonger last night by stopping dangerous Dan Bucceroni, third-ranking heavy weight contender, in 1:58 of the sixth round at Eastern Parkway Arena. 'FOR THE SUN-Something ;new under the sun is this port• able parasol. Pat Gardner \vears :the latest fashion instead of hat jwhile enjoying some sun'.at i Miami Beach, Fla. , BREAKS-Dr. K. C. Wu,;former governor of Formosa, is the latest to break with Chiang,i Kai-shek. He charges Chiang has abandoned democracy, that threats were made on his life and his son.is held hostage. ; Directors Know When Dance Will Pass By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD W) — How do they get a sexy dance past the movie industry censors? That has become a big issue in Hollywood 'because of recent events. There was a famous —or notorious? —dance Jane Russell Tuesday, Morch 30, 1954 1 i. i ' in" "T- "M 'i' '•""'-' •"•••""-"•"-I- • Golfersin ^ This Area - ', Organize "* In a recent meeting at Camclen representatives of various golf clubs comprising the South Arkansas Pro-Am Association the following officers were elected: Jim Lawdermilk, Arkadelphia, president; Bill Keating, Shumaker, vice-president Stuart Berryman El Dorado, treasurer. The schedule includes; May 9 i at Naval Depot at Shumaker; May 30 at Fordyce; June 27 at Hope; August 1 El Dorado; August 22 Arkadelphia; September 19 at Camden and October 10 Magnolia. Owner Wrigley Fires Chicago « Cub Manager PHOENIP, Ariz., (UP) — Chicago Cult Owner Phil Wrigley said ic removed Phil Cavarretta as manager when he learned Cavarretta appeared to "dread" the coming season and apparently had little hope for the Cubs' 1954 prospects. Cavarretta was fired last night and' replaced by Manager Stan Hack of the Los Angeles Angels. Wrigley said he "was very disappointed" over the seventh place finish of the Cubs last year. 'We may not have the best club in baseball," Wrigley said, "but [ don't think we have the worst. Hack- apparently thinks the ball club is better than it appears to Cavarretta." He added that following an exhibition amo with the< Giants, he realized Phil was not optimistic about the Cubs prospects. Wrigley said he offered Cavarretta the chance to which jobs with Hack and take over .the Angels, but Phil refused. He added lhat personally he was "very fond" of Cavarretta and would be happy if he wished to stay with the Cub organization. "Phil -was'a great luarn Than, .* i but was withdrawn and kept things*' built up inside him," the Chicago owner said. in perormed in which set off a "French Line,' nationwide battle between Howard Hughes on o no side and the producers association and various churches on the ther Miss Russell, you may recall, said she was caught in the middle. Then a dance of Debra Paget in "Princess of the Nile" got the frown from the Breen office the industry's self-censorship group. In this case, the producer, Leonard oldstein bowed to, the decision and clipped the offending passages. I watched Gloria Grahanie do a iongvand dance, number, in "Naked Aiibflhat'should sizzle the cellii- .oid- . Gowned, in - a -'skin'tight satin number with a slit skirt, Blonde slithered around a tlic bar- Odds Favor Olson in Fight of Year By TOM BRANAGAN CHICAGO m — Advangages weight and record apparently are the main actors that have tipped the betting odds in favor of. Bobo Olson in his title battle Friday with Kid Gavilan. .. „, The middleweight champion is an 8-5 favorite in man-to-man betting, to retain his crown against the welter titlist. 5 The Gavilan camp scoffs at the odds. saying the differences in Weight and performance against mutual opponents—both in Olson's favor —are mere "paper fighting" The feeling there is that' Gavilian is the best fighter in the world- up to and even possibly including heavyweighls-and that he'll prove it a t Chicago Stadium. Friday. •As for the the weight question,' there's no doubt that Olson' is go- ingf to have a distinct edge. He'sill a steady 160-pounder, at the most may drop a pound below. Gavilan, of course, won his welterweight championship at the 147-pound limit and doesn't figure to be more than five or six pounds heavier against Olson. LaStarza, Cocked Battle Tonight LONDON (/T) — Roland LaStar- za and Don Cockell, a pair of top heavy weight who seek a crack at (room, tossing a wriggle here and J£" vjr r e ' e " 1 wno see* a crack at a waggle there. It was highly in- F^"? 1 ' 10 " R^ky Marciano, meet ggle cendiary. Yet dance director Kenny Williams assured that' it would pass the censors. "I've been directing dances in pictures for 20 years," he re' marked 'onfidenly, "and I've Referee Al Berl halted the mas- 1 never had a number snipped yet. i..»«. ~,. * I. — 1 __ i ___ n i £ ..... _ i ' < ._ ,- ^ Y "It s all a matter of finding out what they wjll okay and what they won't. Largely it's the intent. If sacre as the lanky, 2-1 favored Philadelphia!! reeled around the ring with his right eye almost shut and with blood oozing from a cut over the .same orb. The 192-pound Bucceroni, stopped for the second time in his career, never fell but he was close to exhaustion when Berl intervened. Buceeroni punched himself out against the relentless 191-^-pound Jackson who kept coming without regard for Dan's vaunted wallop. The Sunday punch that had flattened 30 of Buccy's previous 49 opponents 46 wins, 3 losses meant nothing to the unorthodox, superbly condition Jackson. Baseball By The Associated Press RjJil'WS <A.) 4f%h'tPftgo —, j z ~i vyr*p» ,«T^ A r*i. * . _f*i?_ «,'& New 4; Cbio«|[» 4 Cleveland (A) Washington (A) 12; Detroit (A) 1 Cjncinnpti (Ni 9; New York (A) PhiladelphJ a (N) 19; Brooklyn Milwaukee (N) 42; Macojti you start out to create a diety dance, theyll censor you, But if there's a reason for the dance, you can get by — as long as you stay within certain hounds.' Those bounds are pretty well cJeined, he added. A girl can" do a bump (rapid movement of the hips), but not a forward one. It has t o be to the side. The rules do not permit a grind (a lockrlike movement of the hips) But a cer? tain amount of shimmying is aU lowed, as long as it doesn't go top far. Get the picture? "This dance of Gloria wouldn't be permitted in 'French Line, Williams remarked, "But in our picture theres a reason forit. She plays a floozy in a border town bar, She has worked there for five years and is pretty bored with it all. The customers have seen her do the number many times and they pay little attention to her. "If the men in theb ar were to yell and whistle — then we would be censored, it's all a matter of how it is presented." tonight at Earls Court Arena on a tripleheader fight rard. Along With "the 1 lO-'rdutKf 'feature, a sellout crowd of 10,000 is due to see former world middleweight champion Randy Turpin meet an unbeaten Swede from Goteburg named Olle Bengt?sor> and YoWJ ande Pompey battle Ivano Fontana, an Italy li.ght heavyweight For the price of one ticket, the bill includes a lot of talent. LaStarxa, the former City Col- 1 ' New York student is the inked heavyweight in the world and has been installed as a 2-1 favorite to whip his tubby oo- ponent, a combination man —fight- er-farrner'blacksmith. Lost Night Stole Racing Take Is $897,44$* " U By The Associated Press Q< i kly!1 ~ Tommy Jackson . New York stopped Dan Bucceroni, 192, Philadelphia (6) Milwaukee — Ernie Durando, 180—, Bayonnei N. J. stopped Ted Olla, '• 162w>) Milwaukee (8), Holyoke Mass. — Bobby Cowr- chesne 129, Chicopee Mass, de- cisioned Art Mujle l22'/2, delphia (10). $897,446 as its share of the profits on Oaklawn Parks 31 day horse racing meet which closed last Saturday. Figures released today by the State Revenue Department snowed that the track's take a Oat 10 per cent totaled $1,44,0,. 850. ,. wh . ' j,t

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