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&?v<* s§j* * js=&^->7$ ^.ip. '" /v - , t•-.-' , v />>• - > i HOPI IfAR, MOPI, ARKANSAS •TV* . t estimate that of buildings In a city raise astes In the area as muth SEED OATS k*y«t*ne Seed Cet-n »*d6Cri(jl«le line of* Fertilizer" Darco Form Store «12 East 2nd , FOR HOME REPAIRS ?tn«f REMODELING use f. H, A. TITLE 1 LOANS £ GRIGG'S ~ OtCORATdRSSUPPLY lOf Main St. Dial 7-3448 CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Befor-e Publication 41 WANT AD RATES All Want- Ads ore payable In advance but ads will be • accepted over the telephone and accomodo- tloti accounts allowed with the understanding the account Is payable when statement Is ' rendered. One Three SIX One Day Day* Days Marrfl .45 .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 4-00 .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 .90 1.80 3.00 9.0< 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 4.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 '1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Number Of Word 1 ! Up to 15 16 to 20 JI to 25 16 to 30 31 to 35 36 M 40 to 46 to 45 50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY v - REAVES ^ -IARGAIN HOUSE — <;-Ws-«l»AWN SHOP and :; .FURNITURE STORE ' 205 S. Walnut ;NOTICE CAR OWNERS Jint Inttalled Auto-Float Truing •ntf Billfrffelnd Machine. Guar- *IHMed to take all bumps, Vibrations out of your ear. ^ C*W TIRE SHOP . 801 West Third I time 3 times 6 times 75c per Inch 60c per Inch 50c per Inch TUBELESS TIRES fe*^j"Qt'iSSpular prices WHEEL BALANCING vffi^T"' while k you wait 5MA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. BULLDOZER WORK I Clear In fl — *Olrt Moving .'•nd Pond Digging-. Call TOM DUCKETT '>17 W. 6th St. Phone 7-37M MATTRESSES Made Into Inne Work Guaranteed On* Day 8ervl«« MMI DAVIS &'MaHran C«. Kim Mrart. . P»»on«, 7-K1I MOWN WESTERN SHARES f «T Dlvcralfled Income. Fund „ **ro«p«ctua available fraiq ' M.S. BATES ';H."B. Lack Highway 17 Weat : LUCK'S "USED FURNITURE CO. - Bdg* of City Llmlta Woat • Oallon Water Barrele for 8al« 7-4381 Hops, Ark. TAILOR MADE SEAT COVERS NOW,.. Straw Sept Covers i ,,$23.00 For Most Cars Plastic Seat Covers $32.50 For Most Cars , H GLASS Installed for any .make •car or truck, also cut ' f<?r taBle fops. " o. W«,f 3rd Street DAY$ A WEEK Hope Star '-tfm o» Hop* ; „„ <«M»H<«t«d Jpnuory 18, 1M» J every weekday afternoon by ITA* 'PUBLISHING CO. * £» I *Ht,'M.; W«rtburn?^;?Tr«fc •t Tht Star Building S»M.MHtfe Wolnuf Strc»t ^ Hopt, Arkgntoi r ffPPw*'J» iS? S' SW **. . I Publlihtr " . pt Arkantai, J, |»97. »n HOP? «n !.»..«.. 5>5 .",.'.7,..', ispo jrall In r*»rap.twd'" Nevada, • ••» IWV*>-iff'Vl^i 1 IMj 11 L>2HSS*"" H ° !ll "' lrd< "^ Mi "" lmT±rt,'c; !1 2'6Q J ».*V.....,M,.M» t *Mf»"M-...»»M T 4.50 wslh~ , 1.10 r^. 325 *"»VA»*M*"*M«WM"«»'M"4 6 50 ,...,.,. 13.00 RALPH Montgomery Market, Cus torn slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. Rotes quoted obove are for consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take' the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to refect any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of od and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel ... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone i 7-5570 or 7-5505. 23-1 Mo. Services Ottered MATTRESS renovation arid innerspring work- Cobb Mattress Co. S16 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf FOR water well service, any size or depth, see or write O. T. Clark, Gale, Ark. 19-tf SEPTIC tanks pumped out. Go any where, any time. Phone PrcJspect;7-9989. .March 6-1 Mo. INCOME tax services, 30 years experience/ Frank C. DuShane. Office at Oaks Court. Phone 7-5883. 25-1 Mo. WASHING MACHINE repairs. We •repair all makes. Appliance Re-pair;, 210 East -3rd. Phone 7-2809. March 2-1 Mb COMPETENT INCOME TAX service — Horace Samuels. 101 E. 'Division. Phone 7-3766. March 15-1 Mo. For Rent UNFURNISHED, newly decorat- 'ed, six room house. Garage. Garden. 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf THREE room unfurnished apartment, private bath, reasonable rent. 1311 West Avenue B. Phone 7-3696. 18-tf UNFURNISHED 4 room duplex, close in, hardwood floors, reasonable rent, 505 So. Walnut phone 7-3813 Elmer Neighbors 29-3t Newly decorated 5 room house. Venetian blinds. 815 East Division, Phone 7-4356. Leo Robins. 29-3t THREE ROOM furnished apartment with bills paid. Phone 72205 FURNISHED 2 room apartment. . Electric refrigerator. Garage. Mrs. Judson. 220 N. Elm. 30-3t UPSTAIRS , Furnished apartment, two rooms with large closet. Private bath. Utilities paid. Phone 7-3688. 30-3t Notice INCOME TAX SERVICE. Competent and reasonable. J. W, Strickland. 18-tf Real Estate Wanted WE have buyers for Ranches, F.arms, Timberland. List with us today. Salesmen, Bill Routon, Floyd Fuller, Chas. F. Baker. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 217 So. Mmn St. PR 7-4691 23-6t NEW LOW PRICE.,— owner says sell it; three bedroom house newly papered and painted. Hardwood floors. Plenty closets, built- ins. Two corner lots. Within l l k block of Br&ok'wood school. Small down payment, balance like rent. GREENING INSURANCE COMPANY Real Estate • Insurance Loans Phone 7-4661 30-31 Political Announcement The Star Is authorized, to announce that the following arc candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor B. L. RETTIG For Sole SAND, Gravel, topsofl, fill dirt Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. March 15-1 Mo BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Dan ny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. March 15-1 Mo YOUR OATS need nitrate now — We have plenty ammonia and nitrate soda, also all kinds fertili zers. J: W. Strickland. MARCH 19-1 Mo QUICK sale—10 used TV sets. Al popular makes. Priced from $75 to $125. See Pod Rogers or Doyle Rogers. Phone 7-2759. 24-tf BABY CHICKS best grade laying and broiler type. Hope Feed Com.' pany. Phone 7-2547. Mr. 24-lmo BARGAIN —BARGAIN-BARGAIN— • Six room home, vacant now, three blocks from uptown. 75 x 140 shady lot. Priced for quick sale, $4500. FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 So. Main Street Pr. 7-4691 FRESH WHITE RIVER FISH 11 Miles out oh Washington Hy FULLER & SON FISH MARKET 30-6t BARGAIN — 2 bedroom home located Vz mile from Laneburg on 2 acres. Butane and electricity Fenced chicken yard. School bus and mail route by door. Good garden spot. Contact Sid Jones Route 6, Prescott, Arkansas. 30-4t 1954 FORD Crestline, 4 door, Ford omatic Drive, White side walls, low mileage, will sell reasonale. Call Mrs. Donal Parker, 7-2363 '30-31 Help Wanted WE WILL put three men to work in this surrounding territory. Clean work and above average pay Men check into this as there's quick promotions for you. Inter view begins at 7:30 p. m., room 1 in the Cain's Courts, March 30 Must have car. No phone calls please. Ask for E. J. Luker. 30-lt The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Homa A-C Burley Greene Jr., son of Lee Essie Green has arrived horn? after spending 12 months in Korea, After 30 days he will rejwrt to New Jersey. Hopewell Elementary School 4th Grade B Class The Good Manner's Club had their meeting March 24 at 2:00 p. hi, with president in charge. Mary J. Allen. The club is making rapid progress in their behavior. Their reading has been improved with 'much interest and enthusiasm. Mary J. Allen, President: Gather ine Jackson, secretary, Marjorie A. Pickeno, Program Committee; Della M. Duffie, Reporter and Treasurer. SPECIAL — for $500 you can move in 6 room home, 3 lots for lawn and garden, no repairs needed payments $35 month, Total Price $2750. FRANKLIN COMPANY 106 South Main 80-3t For Sole or Rent FOUR ROOM HOUSE on 3 lots, large garden. All utilities, near Schooley Store, old Highway 67 East. See Bob, White, 7-2121. • •>-,•• "• - • - - 29-3t In th r e Urate4 states May is the ?8fc 5 *^,<j y /&^ v H Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Cincinnati! — Sugar Ray Robnson, 162, New York, outpointed Johnny Lombardo, 153, Mt. Car mel, Pa. 10. Miam i Beach Fla., — Bobby Dykes, 162, Miami, outpointed Gus Ribicini, jeO'/s,' Toronto, 10. Phoenix — Hans Friedrich, 198, Dortmund, Germany, outpoin ted Gene Thompson, 185, Los Angeles, 30. • Grand Rapids, Mich. — , Kenny Lane, 139, Grand Rapids, out- pointed Armand Savoie, 139, Montreal, 10. Arkansas Flyer Dies in Crash MILLVLLE, N. J. UH — Lt. (j.g.) George W. MeLendop of Vtc- oria, Ark., died in the crash of his plane near here yesterday. McLendon, 23, was on a routine training flight from his base at Atlantic City Nav»l Air station 25 miles away when his single-seat, propeller-driven plane crashed and burned near the MUlville airport. Navy officials were investigating the cause. McLendon was the son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. McLendon of Victoria Jn. Mississippi County, Average seven-inch Je*4 pen- thai 35 $&* 4 , .»•• i«fe%: Ring Rating Changes With New Activity NE YORK (IP) — Increased activity among the top flight boxers have accounted for a host of changes in the April boxing ratings of Hing Magazine, released today. The ratings advance Tommy Jackson of Far Rockaway, N.Y.. who is on a winning streak, from sixth to fifth place in the heavyweight division. Earl Walls of Canada, on his draw with James J. Parker of Patterson, N.J., has dropped from fifth to sixth. Jimmy Slade of New York has been eliminated .from the top ten. Charley Norkus of Jersey City, N.J., who was ninth last month. is No. 10, while Parker was upped to ninth. Nino Valdes of Cuba remains the leading challenger to Rocky Marciano's throne, although second-ranked Don Cockell of England, will get a title shot at the Brockton, Mass., champion May 16. Willie Hoepner of Germany, who mocked out Gerhard. Hecht to win the European light heavyweight crown, has jumped from ninth to fourth in this class. Paul Andrews of Buffalo, N.Y., has dropped a notch to sixth and Boardwalk Billy Smith of Atlantic City, N.J., fell one spot to eighth. Bob Satterfield of Chicago has moved up to seventh. In the middleweight division, Tiberio Mitri of Italy, illie Troy of Washington and Bobby Jones of Oakland, Calif., have dropped out' of the first ten. They have been replaced by Eduard Lausse of Argentina, Johnny Sullivan of England and Bobby' Dykes of Miami. Former welterweight kind Kid avilan of Cuba slipped to eighth after losing to Dykes. Ramon Fuentes of Los Angeles had advanced from fifth to fourth and Del Flanagan of St. Paul, Minn., victor over Johnny Bratn .seventh. In the lightweight, class, Orlando Zuluetta of Cuba and Joey Lopes of Sacramento, Calif., have traded places. Lopes fell to tenth with the Cuban advancing a peg to ninth. Paul Raton Macias of Mexico is recognized by the N.B.A. as the Baseball By The Associated Press Chicago (A) 5; Boston (A) 3 Pittsburgh (N 9; Kansas City (A) 8 Chicago (N) 9: Cleveland A 7 St. Louis (N) "B" 6; New York (A) "B" 2 New York (A) 6; Detroit (A 1 Baltimore (A) 6; Philadelphia (N) 3 Cincinnati (N) 5; Washington (A 1 Brooklyn (N )5; Milwaukee (N 4 Monti Outlines Way He Won MIAMI BEACH, Fla., W)— "I con centrated on my own game. I didn't worry about the guys trying to beat me." That was Eric Monti's comment after he fired. a steady final-round 68 yesterday to beat off the last- minute challenge of several money-hungry pros and win the $12,500 Miami Beach Golf Tournament It was his biggest victory. The 30-year-old Los Angeles pro, on a six-week leave from the Hillcrest Club, hasn't followed the tournament trail since 1950, when he was seriously injured in a traffic accident. He plays in only a few tournaments each year. His cool, last-round 68 gave him a 72-hold score of 270. He was 18 strokes under par for the Bayshore golf course and two blows in front of Bob Rosburg, of San Francisco, at the finish. Monti's winning purse was $2,200. Rosburg got $1,500. He started the final 18 holes with a one-stroke lead over Rosburg and Shelley Mayfield, of Westbury, L. I. He went into the final nine still leading the field by the same world bantamweight titleholder after stopping Chamrern Songki- trat of Thailand in the llth round. But the California commission, in whose territory the fight was staged, refused to bill it as a championship contest. Robert Cohen of France continues to be listed by the ring ratings as the holder of the world title with Macias as the top contender. Cohen, injured in an auto accident, says he will be ready to fulfill his title fight with Willie Toweel in Johannesburg, South Africa, in July; Porkers Know How to Make Touchdowns FAYETTEVILLE W — If Arkansas' Razorbacks proved nothing else in their final spring 1 practice scrimmage, they proved to 1,500 fans in Razorback Stadium, they know where paydirt is. The 1954 Southwest Conference chapions . ran up. a total of 53 points in an intrasquad contest Saturday in which the Whites outscored the Reds 33-0. That ended, the head-knocking for the Razorbacks until they don pads pgain next fall to defend their title against "all those Texas teams." The scrimmage showed, too, that the Hogs still have a lot to learn about Coach Jack Mitchell's pigeon-toed version of the split-T. It's hard to break the single-wing habit which was so : well drilled into them by Bovvden Wyatt now at Tennessee. But with the material on hand, there was evidence that by the opener next fall, Mitchell's team will not be left behind. The major difference between the teams Saturday was in the line. Mitchell let his quarterbacks pick their teams for the game- like scrimmage. Don Christian picked the better line. Thus George Walker, Arkansas' star sophomore tailback last year, Found his quarterbacking interrupted at times. There was little difference in the backfields. Both were big and fast. All-Conference fullback Henry Moore, hurt early in the game, carried twice for 23 yards. Preston Carpenter, whose injury some thouht spelled the difference in the Cotton Bowl game with Georgia Tech, carried nine times with these results 137 yards; two touchdowns. Carpenter's toe, which booted the game-winning field goal against Baylor last year, planted three margin. At the 18th, he dropped in an unnecessary birdie putt to increase his margin to- two strokes. Mayfield ended up in a third- place tie with Sam Snead at 273. Each received $1,075. Fifth place went to young Doug Higgins, of Midland, Tex., who posted 275 and got $840.. extra points. Then there were a couple of sophomores who showed consider able progress. Moore should have plenty of help from fullback Gerland Nesbitt and halfback Don Horton may have a chance at a starting berth. Horton scored on a 59-yard run. There was little to cheer about in the line. Ronnie Underwood, a wingback with Wyatt's system, looked good on defense as dicf guard Wayland Roberts and tackle Bill Fuller. Sugar Ray to Still Try for a Comback CINCINNATI: IM — .sugar Ray Robinson, the man who gave up dancing in 'an attempt' to regain the world's middleweight boxing championship, says, he is going to keep right on the comeback trail. That was Robinson's word last night after, he had won a split decision over Johnny'Lombardo, of Mount Carmel, Pa., in a 10-round bout at the Cincinnati Garden before 5,124 paying customers. The fight was neither broadcast nor televised. It was the third bout for Robinson since he came- out of retirement. He won one and lost one but there had been some doubt as to how serious his comeback attempt was in view of his failure to meet a commitment to battle George Small in Boston three weeks ago. He claimed illness prevented that fight. "If have it, I will continue," Robinson said after last. night's light. "If don't I'll- give up. This was the kind of a fight you have to find out what you can do." He next meets Ted Olla in Milwaukee April 14. Through the early rounds last night Robinson did not look good. But he came along late just when most of the ringsiders thought ha would fade. Lombardo, weighing 153 pounds, took a slight lead in the first four rounds because of his aggressiveness. He scored heavily from the inside with his left hook his best punch. Robinson, nine pounds heavier, seemed to be pacing himself. The 34-year-old ex-champ started to open up in the fifth round. He kept pounding Lombardo with LITTLE ROCK . leases of pulmonary tu were reported in Arkaftsfis . week, the State Board of M89 In its weekly morbidity fifcb, the board noted two new ** polio for the state. Ofl<$, Ih i sissippi County, has beea d ed as paralytic. Fity-six cases of cancer reported during the week, .Wit ing the 1955 total to 262. For I same period last yeaf, oM W dred cases were reported. i • "*i-i f LITTLE ROCK W Foundation trustees say abide 'by an Arkansas Court decision clearing ... - f of expansion of Little: BOCK for college to a four-year. S'..,The cojurt' ruled MOrtda* Ul the foundation cannot WiihoW ; iarke continuing • grnt to thS ft lege because it platts to Wtpil Foundation Chariman Ghft.flM.. Thompson said of the tuun| W terday, "We'll follow it ftbs&M ly." • 'LITTLE ROCK un— A tMVu sity of Arkansas medical scHo professor who headed the, 1 petrel* ment of radioactive cobalt tts- treatment for cancer has resigWt to go to another university. Dr. I. Meschan has been „„, of the Arkansas' school's 'P«Pfi ment of Radiology since • \t#T, •] discovered that cobalt car) p^ :3 U|! as a substitute for ertpahsfvp-!r riium in cancer treatment. ';'.'* Dr. Meschan did not reyeid f name of the university that vJR't him the new position, he satd tp it was an "eastern" school.' ARKANSANS NAMED BILOX, Miss. «l — Three 4 kansas men have been mpie^'.-) fleers of the Valley Oilsefed \Vffa essors Association meetiiftt 'hfti F. H. 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