Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 1, 1954 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 1, 1954
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

HO PI STAR, MO PI, ARKANSAS f fitir$«foy/Af>Hl 1, 1954 * tN» Htmtii «.M ^2flO «.«> -»s»»-«" „, , p 7«tt»f*, : ,fltfUfM,,tUch 01 hCHNM count e« on* •. •« t. : St6f will not bi rwporv. i>* In Want Mi uhlrt* oiled to our attention jriteHlon of ad dnd fh« ONE Incorrect £,7-3431 f i »ar*- •afternoon < by iSHING CO. -.<*> Building rfnut koVuai ;**• ?£d!tdr & Publl.htr Edltori Meeh.. Sup*. • Manager class matter at Arkansot, Audit,.Bureau «l b'tos (poypble .Irvod- ^ orxJ , neighbor -U 7 *J* .23 ,....,.,....,,. 3.25 sT»fin., '505 Texat fjZ^ Texps; ^360 N. E. »f Associated Preu: ')*, entitled' 1 ex- •* ,dpr«repu)?liCQtlon printed In this all AP n»w» won, Nylon,, Dae -Sll Sum llCpntrapting-lndustrlal *«*!»**<Vft*' w 't4 ZXrj-i^.a!»_'i-' ** ecfrical Service, ,,..''Location' ittth Elm, Hope ' * . ITE REWIND & IB, SRPV.ICE >»', - -Phone 7>2155 H§o»d location. Can West 4th. 4 warn fiiecifib rfefrl^fatof. Oarage. No Children. Mrs. Anna Judson. 220 Nofth Elirti Mat. 27-tf ! salesmen, $2.80 eadh: Weekly, $17, 2 people, $3. AH new 'tftftersprihgs, foam pillows, re- Mg««»ted, "Safer" tile, BOLEY'S "Quieter" COURTS. Discount to 'trucks. Mar, 17-1 Mo. furnished 4 rdom apart- hicnt. Private bath and entrance. Phone 74497. 20-01 ^ 2 room apartment, Private entrance 'and bath. Electric refrigerator. Newly decorated. 821 Bonner. Phone 7-3553 30-31 front bedrobm In private home adjoining bath. Private entrance. 318 South Elm. Dial 73593." 31-3t NEWLY 'Decorated apartment. Pri- vale'bath. 510 East 3rd. Phone 7^3104, ' 31-3t ROOM unfurnished apartment 207,ShOV<?r. Phone,7-4502. 31-31 ONE Unfurnished'apartment. Three rooms and private, bath. Available April 1st. Call '7-28DO after 5:30. ' ' ' 30-31 UNFURNISHED duplex apartment. 016 South Pine. Phone 7-2816 dur- injr day or 7-3400 at night. l-3t URNISHED apartment "for rent. G&orge SandefUr. 320 North . phone 7-2125. ' l-3t UNFURNISHED House. 4 rooms <and bath.-'-Nice Garage.'See ow- T.Her at 1804 South' Elm. l-6t For Sole BABY Chicks., Large assortment See these 'chicks • before • buying Several varieties. Dannie Hamilton. Mar. 29-1 Mo. MASEY'S Farm. 80 acres and newly decorated ' house. One ,rrillpi'frpm town .$20.0'00. Will sell '.ho'usc''a'nd 13 acres, $14,000. Trade lor—.pine- timber -land. Phone •"7-5535:-'"" ' Mar.* 10-1 Mo. Hay, Johnsori "grass , & lespedeza mixed. Also ...some. pure lesped- e^a/ T. S. 'MclJaVUtl Phone- 72110; " . <* •' 3-TP me about,'Sfoyj 1 ,'fertilizer re- quirpments.' We,'c'an<help" you with ' analysis and/ price. J. W. lahd. r ' " ?$&r:"^Z-l Mo. finest^fniase'ttspn daffodils-,including 'tea. v 'Back-""house, the "famous' pink,da#<iflU' *• -Arthur Gray.'Ozan. ' 20-Ot Political Announcements the Sti* U Authorized to aft. houflce thftt the following are cAndldateg for public office subject to th« action bf the Democratic primary election*. Per Tfeflnurec HARRY HAWTMOR1PO8 CtlFPORD BYERS DW1GHT RlDGfilLL Foe County Clerk ARNOLD J. M1DDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMOMEtTfi) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (BUI) RUQGLES JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM M1DDLEBROOKS CLAUD H. SUTTON Alderman Ward Three B. L. RETTIG •Por Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGER Alderman Ward Pour JESSE L. BROWN Wonted EXPERIENCED Waitress. Apply in rterson only. Mack's Restaurant. 409 East 3rd, formerly, The Snack-Shop. • • ' 18-TF Strayed BROWN Jersey Cow with horns, wearing a short yoke. Andrew Jones, 2 miles south of Hope. 30-3 1 . Services Offered SEPTIC Tanks Cleaned. Phone 7-0.989. March 1-lMo. 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. MATTRESS renovation .and Innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2C22. Mar. 4-tf (leal Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for all size farms. List today. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-37GO. Mar. 10-1 Mo. Saddler Plans Tuneunp Fights ONE Ford tractor ' dl^c, mowing m'aaMpe" blade., One western saddle .bridle, Mftrtingale, Good con- "ditfoi)/At my farm on highway 29, 35""miles" south of. Hope. Mrs. JaCk',,Wise. ' ' ' 29-Ot .-BOSTON m —. World featherweight boxing champion Sandy Saddler—with' his managerial staCf looking over his shouder says he plans two tuneup fights a month jnlil he feels he is ready to face his .No. 1 challenger, Percy BABY Chides. AAAA Grade. All ,'Wn4s"of'feed and. Groceries. Open 7 ddys. Phone 7-9903. Holly Grocery & Market. 29-6t 1948 FOJID. New tires,,"Hew motor. Good buy, only $295. U05 Foster Avenue. Phone 7-4440. ,30-31 TWO bedroom modern home. Three acres'land, $100 cash,« monthly payments. Call owner T. N, Be- Jew.,'7.4308. . •' , ,30-3t 10 GALLONS one-, yheen 'automatic "hot water tank.'Price. $40.00. „ 604. West h 3r.a. _S>Net. Phone 79979.'- - ' 31-6t Notice SUBSCRIBE Texavkana Gazette. Complete sports. Other late news. KCJVtC-TV programs. Eearly delivery. Dale Harlslield. PhoneJ 7-4610. ,„ Mar, 12-1 Mo. •^g-Xt,..!., •>..•.!•... •••. I ,..-+»{•». I...IIII.II. II. II. ..,.II.1,IW 1*WE give the best Trades for ypur old Furniture, • Mar. 23-1 Mo, HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. ' PHONE 7-2801 BEFORE buying fertilizer see m« for prices. We'deliver anywhere, " JDANNIE , HAMILTON ' Mar. 25-1 Mo. NEW Trailer Park. Nights, $1; WeeHly, $5; Monthly, $10. Two JIQW tile showers; .two new stools, •labpratories. Shadier, Quieter. BpLEY'S CQURT, Reference QJtlze'ns and National Bank. Mar. 17.1 MQ. :OX'S Cflie at Fulton will serve Fried ChlcHen " Dinner Sunday Aprjl 4th. fl.QO per plate, Drinks extra. l-3t Heal Estate for Sato A REAL Bargain to settle estate. Newly dpeorgted, two bedroom house, .one block from school fiood neighborhood, $500.00 down buUuiqp Uke rent • |\ C, FULLER Pays 7r*091 Nights 7-2068 FQSTJSR' RJ3ALTV COMPANY l-tt Gro<liMition «•»• Thf. .eosy. w«?y, Uy;A*W<jy. , - _., .rfflU »<ayw Odds Steady on Gavilan,. Olson Fight 6v CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN CHICAGO Iff) —An outbreak of rumors that (Bobo) Olson had a head cold and that Kid Gavilan has a sore right hand today failed to affect the odds on thoir championship brnwl at Chicago Stadium tomorrow night. Olson, middleweight king making his first title defense since Clinching over Randy Turpln last October, was a 3-2 favorite. A week ago he was a 9-5 choicf. In the meantime, Gavilan moved Ms training headquarters to Chicago. The slide in odds followed a normal course and • should \j*i G-5, take your pick, by ring lime. It figures strictly a tossup, and getting behind a favorite is one of the hardest jobs loxing experts have had to do in years. Despite the phoney rumors, the clamlike Olson posed somewhat of a mystery on the eve of his biggest battle, The balding, tattooed 160-pound champion, son of a federal narcotics agent in Honolulu, has {led to a secret hideout. He registered Under- art assumed name at a holiJ en the. city's far North Side. Before doing so, he was observed blowing his nose. He did this perfectly human act after trotting around in the snow for his routine four miles of roadwork. Word got around he :had a cold. Today, it can he told that Oi- fon, weighing .160 pounds and confident he officially will hit about 159' tomorrow,! s in his hideout pursuing' his favorite pastime— reading gory detective stories. Momentarily, at least, he -suffered a case of nerves, and he wants to be alone. Before he moved to his hideaway, he wns hounded by reporters and photographers to the extend that- he was overheard to exclaim: "I'm ready to blow my top." sett Cpl. Saddler who is due to be discharged from the Army April 20. checked into a Boston hotel last night on a 72-hour pass some 24 hours before he is scheduled to Ince Augie Salar/ar of Oakland, Calif., in a 10-round non-title bout at Boston Arena. The featherweight kind — who told reporters that Salarzar "dons not worry me"— seemed to be thinking only of the large sums of money that passed him by during his two years of Army service, much of it in Ge.'many./ Saddler estimated that", his military career cost him. $500,000 in purses. His last bouth of record before his' induction was a come-off- the-floor knockout of Tommy Coi- lins in Boston Garden on St. Patrick's Day, 1952. Senators Need Heavy Slugger fey JOE R&lCHLER ORLANDO, Fla. M — If the Washington Senators had a Tod Williams, art Al Rosen or a Yogi Berrn, they'd be in the thick of the fight for the American League' pennant this year. Unfortunately they are short in the long ball department and in (he present style of play, where slugging is so all-important, a team must have at least two home run threats to make a serious bid for a championship. The best the Senators had last year was Mickey Vernon, the league's leading, batter whose homer output was only 35. The entire Washington team hit only 09. lowest in both majors. The pitching staff, most formidable since Bucky Harris returned for his third stretch as Washington manager in 1950. may well be the best in the league. It is headed by Bob Porterfield whom Harris calls "just about the best pitcher, in the American League." The 2fl- ycar-old righthander was the circuit's biggest winner with a 22-10 record in '53 and turned in the re- niaikiible total of 10 shutouts. Arkanscm Options Race Horse LEXINGTON, Ky. UP)— W. C. Partee of Magnolia, Ark., has bought a purchase option on Winning County, a Kentucky Derby nominee, owner John H. Clark said j-esterciay. The bay son of County Fleet, stabled at Oaklawn Park, ran second to Timely Tip in the Arkansas Derby last Saturday. Obtained by Clark in a New York paddock auction last fall, Winning County has been nominated for the Blue Grass Stakes, the Preaic- ness and Wood Memorial. Bevo Gets Flock of New Records NEW YORK iff) — The NCAA Service Bureau today gave Bevo Francis a flock of new basketball scoring records to replace the ones the nation's coaches wouldn't lot him keep last year. Francis, the 6-9 one man gang from .Rio Grande College *in Ohio, won the individual scoring championship among small college players and topped the list in 10 other single game, season and career recordscompile d by Die NCAA statistician?. NCAA statislians just as well last year. But the National Basketball Coaches Association voted to recognize only the points scored against four year colleges This knocked out almoyt two-thirds of Bevo's 1952-53 games. , This season Francis scored \,2!j~> points in'27 games against a four year schools, an average of 4G.5 per game. The' b':st previous performances were 970 points by Johnny O'Brien of Seattle in 1D52 and an average of 38.9 by Roger <uss of River' Falls (Wis) slate ast ycai-. " • Fiancis also. . 1. Scored the most field goals (444). . 2. Scored the most free throws (307). _ • ' 3. Scored the most points in one 3ame (113 against Hillsdale) 4. Shot the most times in one same (71. agaiflst Alliance) 5. Scored the most field goais n one same ;(38 against Alliance and Hillsdale) 6. Attempte'd" the "most free rnvs in one gam.': (43 against Hlllsdaicl. 7. Made the most free throws in one game (37 against Hillsdale). His two year average of 47.1 and to.tal of 651 field goals against four year schools are records for two seasons. Francis aJso became the first player to score more than half of his team's points in a season. Baseball St. Louis N 8 Chicago A 3 New York N 4 Cleveland A 2. Detroit A 7, Philadelphia N 2 Pittsburg N 9, New York A 3. Washington > A 9 , Cincinnati N 2. * Brooklyn N 10 Milwaukee N 7. Hack Takes Over Chicago Cubs SHREVEPORT, La.. W) —St.m Hack, declaring he has become a tougher taskmaster with each passing year, today took charts |ES new manager of the Chicago Cubs after rain washed out yos- terday's game and delayed his debut. , "When I just started managing six years ago it was said I would not be good at it btfbause I was too easy going," said Hack, former Cub third baseman who piloted several of the club's farm teams before replacing Phil Cavarretta at the helm. "I've noticed myself becoming ti tougher taskmaster with each passing year. I'm a tough guy. pri the after-hours felovvs. and I neV- er lose any time, telling them about it." The tongue of a 90-foot whale may as much as 3'A tons. FREE Delivery Moore DIAL 7-4431 Serving You Since 1896 10 Lb. Sack Sugar 1 Lb. Box Crackers 25 c 3 Lb. Carton Armour's Shortening Fresh ^ Sun Volley OLEO 2 Lbs. c Vi Gallon ICE CREAM f l Armour's Can MILK Quart Salad pressing All Flavors 5 Boxes JELLO 39 c Chuck «k A ROAST 29 Lb. Good Sliced Bacon Fresh Ground All Meat Sausage 25 c Lb Skinless Weiners 37 Lb. Fresh NECK BONES 19 Lb. Fresh Fat 1* Jt HENS 39 C Lb, Calf «t J% 29 C ib. Tatty Bologna ^^^^^ TdliP C Lb. 10 Lb. Sack Potatoes Sunkist Lemons 1 Lb. Pkg. Carrots 5 Lb. Bag Oranges c Yellow 2 Lbs. Bananas 25 5 Lb. Bag A /fa G-Fruif /9 c Delicious Apples 2 Lbs. stew j A MEAT 19 c Lb. Pry Salt ^ t% MEAT 33 C Lb. RID HOT SPiGIAL AND NO LIMIT Lb. 38« 105 RANCH RODEO * WILD HORSE RACE * BULL RIDING * SADDLE BRONC * BULL DOGING * BARE BACK • $500.00 ADDED TO PURSE • SQUARE DANCE ON HORSEBACK TRICK & FANCY RIDEING HIGH JUMPING HORSES TRICK ROPEING BULL FIGHTING Third District Livestock Show COLISEUM HOPE ' Tonight, Friday & Saturday Adults . . $1.25 Children . . 50c -W- FOODS WITH THAT FLAVOR! f THAT GOOD COUNTRY GENTLEMAN CREAM STYLE SUGAR LOAF CORN 5 Large Cans IN PILLOW CASE — TOP GRADE SILVER MIST FLOUR 25 Lb. Sack HOME GROWN Turnip Greens 2 Bchs. YELLOW RIPE Bananas 2"» 25c Grapes Red 2 Lbs. 25c Potatoes 10 Lbs. 29c FROZEN FOODS Fresh Frozen — Extra Special v: ' " Oz. Pkg. Minute Maid ORANGE JUICE Chicken POT PIE 35c PEf MILK J Ca^ 6/C t m ALL MEAT MIXED SAUSAGE 89c EXTRA SPECIAL WEINERS ub. 35c READY TO EAT Picnic Hams Lb. 49c ANY CUT •— TOP GRADE Beef Roast Lb. 33e GOOD Stew Meat Lbs, 89c MEXICAN STYLE Brick Chili Lb; 49c BARRY'S GROCERY ond MARKIT .Soiith Mfin, ( . :' :: W«;J?s!IW ; .'''•. -&T,: ^ftlPJH

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 12,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free