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V-Af N 0 ft I T A ft , MOM, A ft KANSAS Jfc Ho PR —,. ._ _ .-- * Cniekep • *Sal*d8 CWII - * Burger* 4. i U * T' $ fjsaf «f AAP ^ April 11,1*M ^J CLASSIFIED Adi Mutt fee Irt Office bay Before Publication fr.-*ij_ -••=-"-->""- -i...--.--^ .-v-- ---.,•- ^-...,. « .- NfeW A UI60 N MOWERS ^ > (Wj»rpe |M* nJrt», RepStri and Engirt* Repair* k A R«ttf§ Electric C«. ^. Sfld Ph. ?-21S» lltUSS TIRES riced WHKL BALANCING If 4?ftKHft you wait TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. WANT AD ftAltS All Wont Ads ore payable in Advance buf ads will be accepted ovcrf the telephone and dieorrwda- tlon accounts allowed with the un- derctanding the account Is payable When Statement Is • rendered. One Three Six On* Day Days Days Month .45 .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 .75 1.50 2.50 .90 1.80 3.00 1.05 2.10 3.50 1.20 2.40 4.00 1.35 2.70 4.50 1.50 . 3.00 5.00 Of Words Jp to 15 16 to 20 >.l to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 !6 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 6.00 7".SO 9.00 10.50 12.09 13.50 15.00 . lULLDOZER WORK Clttrlng — Dirt Movlnt Pond.Olgfllna. Cull 'tth 8t Phone 7-S7M IT ; MATTRESSES fWttltt or'Made Into lnn«rasirM| Work Guaranteed L /—• One Day Servle* *-n» DAVIS * ft Mott.r*ti C*. Mr*M Phone 7-ltll ttOWN WESTERN SHARES Income Pfin4 available from M.S. BATES OP'S SERVICE y««fTWett of Hope ELECTRIC WELDING /.Done anywhere. Call us. ' us for your Car, Truck, Tractor repairs, . 'e are as near as your phone' *DIAL 7-2767 *' CURRY'S '•rmite Control Co. •BONDED • INSURED • GUARANTEED f *. For Free Inspection •A. D. Middlcbrooki Jr. ?Hones 7-2822 or 7-3791 Si.' TAILOR MADE COVERS I; ^J Oft -Straw Seat Covers $23.,00 r« For Most Cars plastic Seat Covers $32.50 For Most Cars ; GLASS fc, Installed for any moke * t; car 'or truck, also cut " for, tqble tops. w & Salvage Co. Wait 3rd Stiw* OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ,g.,Hope Star Jonuary )», lV2f « Woihburn, SecyTrM, . Th« Star Building fIJM4-lorth Walnut ftrod t fdllcr A PublUhtr Idltor W M(Ch. lupt, "*•** menu •! Bg,,.y ,, jranc«): <" HPPP <?nd to .25 »....*. I3.0Q J L ( LJi"^ e °A.,NeVQda 1 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I time 75c per Inch ; 3.times , 60c per Inch 6 times SOc per inch Rotes quoted above are for con- tecutlve 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 reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of on* or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. \ The Hope Star willnot be respon- ilblo /or errors In Want Ads unless errors ore called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion, PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Political Announcement The St&r Is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor B. L. RETTIG Notice Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel . . . Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. INCOME TAX SERVICE. Competent and reasonable. J. W. Strickland. 18-tf MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer & Storage Inc. Prescott Ark. Free Estimate. 4-1 Mo. PRIJNCE DR. C. B. Bledsoe. Chiropodist, podiatrist, Foot Specialists corn specialist — here now. FRESH WHITE RIVER FISH 1% MILES OUT ON WASHINGTON HY FULLER & SON FISH MARKET 8-6t Business For Lease HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance ', Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. 23-1 Mo. For Rent UNFURNISHED, newly decorated, six room house. Garage. Garden. 812 W. 4th. DJal 7-2247. 1-tf THREE room unfurnished apartment, private bath, reasonable rent. 1311 West Avenue B. Phone 7-3696. 18-tf SMALL (furnished apartment, private bath. Utilities paid. Couple or two men preferred 712 East Division, ll-3t ONE SUPER SERVICE Station. 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. 8-tf FIVE room' unfurnished house. Venetian blinds automatic washer connection. $35 per month. 302 Kast 14th, Phone 3-8852, Texarkana. collect. 8-6t SMALL furnished apartment. Private bath, utilities paid. Couple or two men preferred. 712 East Division. 9-3t Hurlers Can't Seem to Go a Full Game By ED WILKS Of The Associated Press Only three of the 16 pitchers who probably will be on the mound in next week's major league openers have gone a full nine innings n this spring's exhibition games — and only one of the three came off with a victory. Brooklyn's Carl Erskine and Philadelphia's Robin Roberts are he only National League openers to go all the way. In the American league, Cleveland's Bob Lemon is all by himself, although New York's Whitcy Ford entered the linth but left with nobody out in a losing decision. Erskine alone won, shutting out Washington ( 6- 0) with difficulty Wednesday. Roberts went nine Sunday, but ost to Boston 4-2. Lemon missed against the New York Giants. 81 Tuesday. Here's what the probable open- ng day pitchers who saw action yesterday did: American League Boston — Frank Sullivan went eight innings, allowing one hit in the first four frames, but missed the decision as Philadelphia won in the 10th 4-3. Chicago — Virgil Trucks (19-12) went seven innings • against St. Louis, left with-.a 6-5 lead after a" folir-'run'fourth 'in which -the Card's Bill Virdon hit a three-run homer. Sox won in ninth, 7-6. Kansas City—Alex Kellner (6-17) went seven innings, gave up nine hits in 5-2 defeat by Norfolk of Class B Piedmont League. National League Cincinnati —Art Fowler (12-10) worked last five innings but missed decision in 9-1 victory over Lynchburg, Class B Piedmont League. SPORTS ROUNDUP GAVLE TALBOf. By GAYLE TALBOT NEW YORK MB What with base ball hogging the hedlines in re cent weeks, many sports fans probably have overlooked the fac that what promises to be one 'o! hte most exciting and dramatic horse racing seasons in many a summer is shaping up very nicely. Nashua and Summer Tan, who slugged each other silly as 2-year olds and stood out miles above the Eastern pack, have about COITV plcted their serious training at adjoining tracks on Long Island and are fixing to go at it again. The first 1955 meeting of the two fine-looking colts will come in the Wood Memorial at Jamaica April 23. In their four meetings last summer, Nashua nipped Summer Tan three times, each in a photo. Summer Tan scored in the other one by a length and a half, but had to set an Aqueduct track record of 1:10 for 6'/2 furlongs to collar the beauty from Belair stud. They were a match. Then, after winning the fabulous Garden State purse last October and running his juvenile money winnings to more than 1230,000, Summer Tan fell violently ill arid and was despaired of for three or four days and night. His -trainer Sherrill Ward remained in the stall at Belmont constantly until the cris had passed and his owner Mrs. John Galbreath received hourly bulletins by phone. The official diagnosis was intes- linal embolism, but veteran horse men compared it to a severe heart attack in a human and -the general opinion among them was that Summer Tan, even if he recover ed, would be lasting invalid. Philadelphia -Robin Roberts For Sale SAND, Gravel, topsofl, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A, L. Park. March 15-1 Mo. Reel Estate for Sole WE SELL — We Buy — We Hent Real Estate. Franklin Company, •106 South Main, 5-1 Mo. CORNER Lot at'Ninth and Walnut Streets. FIVE acres near city limits. DUPLEX in Texarkana will sell it or trade for house in Hooe. FOR RENT — home in Oakhaven. JIM COLE Real Estate Broker 8-6t VETERANS — For only $200.00 in cash, move into this nice'home. Two 'bedrooms, den, carport and lots of built-ins. All situated on Bhady landscaped cornar lot. Payments like monthly rent. FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 So. Main St. PR7-4691 8-3t H. E. Luck Highway 17 Weat LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Edge of City Limit* Weil M Gallon Water Barrels for Bale Phone 7-4381 Hope, Ark. BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Danny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. ' March 15-1 Mo. YOUR OATS need nitrate now — We have plenty ammonia and nitrate soda, also all kinds fertilizers. J. W. Strickland. MARCH 19-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS best grade laying and broiler type. Hope Feed Company. Phone 7-2547. Mr. 24-lmo. SIX bedroom, two story house with 2% baths. Ideal for rooming house, two blocks from town. Priced right. 521 South Main. W. H. Fincher, phone 7-2209. 5-6t IMPROVED Dairy farm with or without cattle and equipment. 360 acres, terms, C. E. Overstreet, Prescott, Ark. Owner. C-6t REASONABLE priced, modern six room house. Located in best residential section in town. 403 East 14th St. Call 7-2140 for appointment. 8-3t IF INTERESTED in buying a home, take a look at 212 N. McRae. Phone 7-4418. ll-6t REAVES USED FURNITURE STORE 205 S. WALNUT Wont to WASH Water's HOT Valentine Washeteria 800 West 3rd DAHLIAS Tube Roses, No. 1 Gladioli — separate colors. Mont's Seed Store. ll-3t (23-15) pitched seven innings, gave up six hits and left trailing 2-1 en Norm Zauchin's two-run homer as Phils beat Boston in 10th, 4-3. St. Louis —Brooks Lawrence gave up three runs in fifth before leaving with 4-3 lead over White Sox in game won by Chicago 7-6. . In other games yesterday, Baltimore beat Pittsburgh 2-1 and the Giants beat Cleveland 6-5 to end their exhibition series with nine victories apiece. NEW YORK OB—Barring By The Associated Press SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB Memphis 2 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 New Orleans Nashville Atlant a Birmingham • Chattanooga Mobile Little Rock 2 1 .667 i/ 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 .500 1 .500 1 ,333 !>/ 0 1 .000 IV 0 3 .000 2 Yesterday's Games Nashville 5; Chattanooga 3, sec ond game postponed, west grounds Atlanta at Birmingham (2), post aoned, rain. Memphis at Little Rock (2, post poned, rain. Mobile at Ne\V Orleans (2), post poned, rain. Today's Games Chattanooga ao Atlanta (Only game, scheduled). TEXAS LEAGUE San Antonio 8; Tulsa 4 Houston 5-5; Oklalwma City 0-0 (Second game 7 innings) Dallas! at 'Beaumont (2, postponed rain Port Worth at Shrcveport, post 3oned, rain ,• New York (A) 7; Brooklyn (N 3 New Yprk (N) 6; Boston A 4 Baltimore (A) 4; Pittsburgh (N Chicago (A 9; Chicago N) 7 seres of misfortunes so terrible that they probably couldn't hap pen outside a soap opera, th< a Milwaukee (N 6; Cleveland A) Kansas Scores Big Victory Over Porkers By KIPPER PATRICK Wonted to Buy OLD RAGS. Call or bring to Hope Star. the 8-tf Lost WHEEL' 1 and tire size 700 X 15 between Laneburg and Emmet. Notify York Furniture. fl-3t Cervices Offered Treadle .... $25 up Portable . . $49.50 up BARGAIN THIS WEEK $27 - $£0 off on Cabinet Model SINGER SEWING CENTER For All Mokes and Refrigeration Service APPLIANCE REPAIR 210 E. 3rd 7-2809 VIATTRESS renovation and Innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. , Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. FOB water well service, any size or depth, see or Clark, Cale, Ark. write O. T. 19-tf INCOME tax services, 30 years experience. Frank C. PuShane. Office at Oaks Court, Phone 7-5883. 25-1 Mo. COMPETENT INCOME TAX service — Hprace Samuels. 101 E. Division. Phone 7-3766. March 15-1 Mo. Now Is the ilme to buy that SPECIAL GIFT for Easter pr Anniversary Mhoon'j Jewelry Store BEE-T-MITE Termite Conrrol Service Owned 6 Operated by GUY GRIGG po 10? $9wtfi Main ft, 7 344> «r 74772 CONVALESCENT AND Nursing Hospital. Reasonable monthly rates. Quiet Neighborhood. Catering to Aged and Convalescenl Patients. For information contact Ouachita County Hospital, Camden, Arkansas. Phone Temple 69325. April 1-1 Mo. KANSAS CITY ,(/P) — The Kansas' City Athletics flew to their new home—and a rousing reception— today encouraged by a strong fin T ish in the spring training exhibi tion campaign. The A's, who make their American League debut against Detroit's Tigers in brand new Municipal Stadium at 2 p.m. tomor-; row, came her efrom ashington, Del. Yesterday they completed a sweep over the National League Phillies in the traditional two-game series »14-5. Manager Lou Boudrcau and his A's, plus such dignilaties as Baseball Commisioner Ford Frick and American league President Will Harridge, all were recipients of ;he city-wide welcome. A parade lonoring the team had top billing. All reserved seats for the opener have been sold out for a week. Some 4,000 unreserved tickets go on sale tomorrow. The first day gathering is expected to be a bulging 35,000. A second day "opener 1 with the same Detroit Tigers also could attract a capacity crowd— depending on a good first day performance by the A's and favorable weather. Scheduled alboard the plane with Boudreau and the playing crew was Connie Mack, Grand old man of baseball and daddy of the erstwhile Philadelphia Athletic, and his son Roy who made a game but losing battle to keep the team at its birthplace. If the 92-year-old Mack shows up for the opening game he will present the "pitchout ball" to for- -leveland Indians and their hord of top-flight pitchers should wra; up their second straight America] League pennant at least a wee! before, the season ends. ; We are not going to predict tha they will match their record tota of 111 victories set last year, sim ply because their manager A( Lo pez is much too bright to get suck ered into such a stunt again. This time, once the Injuns have cinchec it, they will relax and go int< their second World Series agains the Giants loaded for sweet re venge If anything, the Tribe figures to be a little stronger than it was season, especially ! if Dale Mitchell, the former outfielder, has won his fight to play first . base and adds his .300-plus bat to. the club's attack day after day. He's a better hitter than Vic Wertz, for all the latter's hot licks in las fall's World ^Series. Youthful Al Smith could blossom into an outstanding star in his sec- cnd full year in left field. There isn't a regular who is nearing the age when 'he might be expected to take a sudden dive. There remains sound bench strength. If one oi the pitching big three—Bob Lemon, Early Wynn or Mike Garcia — should run into trouble, there is so 'much fine talent awaiting pez's call that it hardly could prove fatal. It is not our contention that the Indians rank with the great clubs of American League history. Outside their pitching, they do not. They. might do no better than break even with the Chicago White Sox and the Yankees in the impending race. But that cruel pitch ing will assure their beating the bejabbers out of the five other clubs again, and that's all it takes. In our mind, the only serious question is whether the White Sox might just possibly take over the runer-up spot from the Yanks. Because we do not feel that the men of Casey Stengel will offer quite the front that they did last season, we are making the Sox our shaJty second choice. 4 (10 innings St. Louis (N) 10; Detroit A) 9 Kansas City (A) 15; Philadelphia (N5) Washington >(A 5; Cincinnati N) 2 Liebman Has 'Spectacular' Number 14 By SAUL PETT ' For Wayne Oliver NEW YORK W)—By 10:30 tomorrow might on the fadeout of the finals of "The Merry Widow," Max Liebman will have produced his 14th "spectacular'.' of: the sea- b'n. • "-i • While you at home begin to empty the ash trays, in the studio the' applause will die in echoes, the cameras will go off, the sets will come down and the producer in the control room will go limp. Whether the show goes well or badly Liebman will feel a little r.umb. Suddenly, after two weeks of almost constant emergency an one night of performance, th whole thing will be done. For-th lext few .hours, while, he unwind nis life will slip into ''slow mi tion. Sports in Brief „ , By United Press SATUrtDAY NEW YORK, Roslyn Farm's Go Lightly, a 16-1 shot, won the $30, 000 Gotham stakes for three-year olds at Jamaica by a half length. BOWIE, Md.. — Social Outcast, with Eric Guerin aboard, set a new track record for the mile-and a-sixteenth race, by .capturing the John B. Campbell Memorial Handicap in l:42 : !i minutes at Bowie Race Track. BUFFALO, N. Y,, The Pitts burgh Hornets captured the American Hockey League Calder Cup four games to two by dropping the Buffalo Bisons 4-2. HALLANDALE, Fla.,r-,.Hang over registered his • sixth victor, n nine starts this year in the $' 500 Hollywood Handicap at Gul stream Park. SUNDAY AUGUSTA, Ga., —Dr. Gary Mid dlecoff won his first' Masters Tou nament by shooting a final rouii of 70 for a 72-hole total of 279 MONTE CARLO, . —Vladysla Skonecki of Poland defeated Bud "•ally of Los Angeles, C.alif., 6-4 •2, 8-G .in the men's .singles fina of the Monte Carlo Internationa Tennis championships.. SYRACUSE, N.Y., —The. Syra cuse Nationals won National . Ba tetball Association playoff cham pionshi.ps.4 games to thr.ee as.thej defeated the Fort Wayne Piston mer President Harry Truman who in turn will toss it onto the playing field. At any rate, Trumn scheduled for his ninth major Middlecoft Wins Masters Tourney By MERCER BAILEY AUGUSTA, Ga. Wi—Cary Middle coff won the 1955 Masters Golf Tournament by a record seven strpke margin and he can giva you a one-word explanation od his victory: "putting." l|idd,lecaff proved again what the experts always have contended—that no one can win the Masters unless his putting is superb. An average of 650 Americans die each, jfcjjr of cajjcer t __ league opening day toss. He turned in eight presidential deliveries "or the Washington Senators. Named for opening game pitch- ng assignments are Alex Kellner, .cl'thander for the Athletics, and Ved Carver, righthander of the Tigers. The Athletics completed their spring training season with a 13-14 •ecord, good for fifth place in the irapefruit League. Detroit, rated veil ahead of Kansas city in preseason guessing, finished last with 0 victories gainst 15 defeats. Southern Draws 24,501 First Day By The Associated Presi An unofficial count of 24,501 baseball fans paid to see the opening games of the 1955 Southern Association season Thursday. The first games last year djrew 26,608. Opening day games of 1954 drew 28,788, Thursday's attendance compared with the first game of 1954 in the respective cities (1955 figures first): Chattanooga 9,268- 11,037; Birmingham 5,013-3,661; Little Hock ?,96i.5 ( 871; New 0rle«m Kansas City Team Gets a Big Welcome FAYETTEVILLE M — The Uni versity of Kansas Jayhawks secret an overwhelming victory in the llth anniJRl Arkansas Relays. Little Rock's Tigers won the Class A high school division, anr Atkins took the Class B high school title. "' Kansas piled up 110 points for first place. Kansas State Teachers of Pittsburgh was second with 30 points, and Kansas State Teachers of Emporia came in third with 27 points. The University of Arkansas, host school for the relays, scored 17 points for fourth place. Tulsa uni versity had 8 points and Oklahoma Baptist University 5. Jayhawker Les Bitner threw the javelin 236 feet, inch to break the relay record of 199 feet, 6 inches. The national collegiate record is 27 feet, 10 inches. Another' Kansas entry, Bill Nieder, tossed the -shotput 56 feet, % inch, breaking the old relay record of 50 feet, 10 inches. In Class A high school competition, Little Rck scored 70 points, Fort Smith 65, Van Buren 10, Rogers 9. Springdale 7, Fayetteville 5, Russellville 4, Subiaco 3 Sunday, he'll start another shov Ten days . -to get the sets, co umes, musical arrangemen -eady. Twelve days, maybe thi een if he's lucky, to rehearse th :erfowners. Another big one, in volving thousands of dollars an scores of people. How does h bear up 'under the pressure? "It's easy,". says Liebman, short, thin man .with dark, graj ng hair. "You just wear a su of armor six. inches thick. Actu lly, you ' just do the best yo can. You • fix what you fix. Yo ry to forget the things' beyon four control. "One great comfort is tha here's no time to mourn. There fie next show, and I have fou o go. However, although we hav n efficient- • organization, ther are the tensions, over big an little things." Ike to Pitch First Ball of New Season By JOE REICHLER Of The Associated Press The nation's millions of basebal fans eagerly awaited President Ei senhowers first "pitch" 'today the signal for the official openinj of the 1955 major league season After the^chief, executive's cere monial toss in Washington, the Sen ators, according to Custom, were scheduled to launch the American 1-eague campaign. They play the Baltimore Orioles. : The six oth«r clubs'will start tomorrow. The National League's Cincinnati iedlegs also .were slated to beat he gun by 24-hours, taking on the Chicago Cubs. A traditional sellout 2rowd of some 33,000 was ready or the opening of the National •eague's 80th campaign, dating back to |876. Action will break out on all ronts tomorrow. In the National 955 Lea|ue, Pittsburgh will be at Brooklyn, New York at Philadel. hia, Cincinnati at Milwaukee and >t. louis at Chicago. In the Amer- can, it's Washington at New York, Chicago at Cleveland, Boston at Jaltimore and Detroit at Kansas and Newport 2. Ttkins finished 'on top la the: City. Class B high school division with The spotlight will focus on Kan- 59 ppints, followed by Paris with sas City, mjkin^its formal ~ ..... 41, Siloant Springs 37, Kei»er 2-3, Bentonville 10, L*wisvi le 10 »nd University High . Cobalt is sometime* called the in major leagu? society. . promised ft Washington, a w«athcr was was expected to see the Senators' Lineup for Opening of Big Loop Play By United Press Probable pitchers, weather anc attendance for the major leagu iaseball opening games: (Pitchers' 1954 records'in pa'ren heses) MONDAY American League Baltimore at Washington—Krel ow (6-11) vs. Porterfield (13-15— air and 'warm—27,000; National League Chicago at Cincinnati—Rush (13 5) vs. Fowler 12-10— slightlj loudy and mild—33,000.... TUESDAY American League Detroit at Kansas City— Carver 14-11) vs. Kellner (6-17— clear nd mild—36,000. Chicago at Cleveland —Trucks 19-12) vs. Lemon (23-7)— cool, ossible showers—50,000. Boston at Baltimore — Sullivan 15-12) vs. Coleman 13-17 — liance of rain—45,000. Washington . at New York— Me Dermott (7-15 . )vs. Ford 16-8)— ome cloudiness, warmer —25,000 National League New York at Philadelphia—Robrts (23-15) vs. Antonelli 21-7 — iir and warm—27,000; Pittsburgh at Brooklyn—Surkcht 9-18) vs. Erskine (18-15) 8 some ioudiness and warm—20,000, Cincinnati at Milwaukee—-Staley (7-13) vs. Spahn 21-12 — cool, some cloudiness—45,000. St. Louis at Chicago —Lawrence (15-6) vs. Minner (11-11)— cloudy and cool, possible showers—25,000. Lou Krelow in a -battle of right T handers. A pair oi vetran right-handers Bob Rush for -Chicago and ' Art Fowler for Cincinnati, were", the probable pitching choices at Cin cinnati. Experts have tabbed Cleveland and Milwaukee as the .likely World Series antagonist's. The Indians were picked to win the American League pennant after-a. bitter struggle with the yankees and possibly White Sox. - . A more wide-open'race was predicted for the better balanced National League, with three clubs- Milwaukee, New York and Brooklyn—serious flag contenders. St. Louis and Cincinnati were regarded as outside choices. Rain Holds Down Play r in Southern By The Associated Press The rain-splattered Southern As sociation Scoreboard for 1955: "Weather 8, lea gu e teams 8.' And if the forecast is correct the weather may win its ninth victory of the season tonight. Chattanodga at Atlanta is the only game scheduled. Other teams are traveling. Last season 78 games were played prior to the eighth postponement. Seven of the eigl^ games on Sunday's agenda were washed out. Nashvilles Vols socked Chatta- neoga 5-8 for their second victory over the Lookouts and moved from a fur-way tie for third into Un disputed possession of third place. The game was played_ during 'a light rain and officials' postponed the second one because of wst grounds. The others, Atlanta ' at BirminRjj ham, Memphis at Little Rock and* Mobile at New Orleans, were rained • out. All were doublehead- •s. ' Righthander Roy Parduo started for the Vols and had a shutout until the Lockouts got their initial tally in the seventh. Pardue tried in the ninth and was relieved 'by Bill Upton, who set the Lookouts down with the tying run on baSc. Nashville, sparked by third baseman Jerry Jacobs, collected onij* run in the first, two more in tha 1 sixth and single tallies in the seventh and ninth innings. Chattanooga started Bob Ludwick, who was charged with the loss, gave up 10 hits in seven innings. Mike Dayne'and Ralph Groves limited the vols to one hit the rest of the way. Jacobs collected four hits "for the Vols and third baseman Al Stringer got four for the Lookouts. Optometrists estimate that 4 out of 10 Americans are handicapped on their jobs by inadequate vision. Legal Notice NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMP'STEAD COUNTY, , .ARKANSAS No. 988 IN THE MATTER OF ,» THE ESTATE OF ' " J. C. PORTERFIELD, Deceased Last known address of decedent: 517 West Fifth Street — Hope, Arkansas. Date of death: January 25, 1955 The undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate of'the above-named decedent on the 16th day of March, 1955. All persons' having claims against Jie estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned withfr^ six months from the date of the* 'irst publication of this notice,, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published llth day of April, 1955. J. H. Porterfield (Administrator) ' . 521 South Bonner Street Hope, Arkansas April'11, 18 „' Legal Notice No. 7715 In the Chancery Court Of Hempstead'County, Ark. TENNIE LOUISE HOPSON •.; Plaintiff vs. MILLIE HOPSON Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, WILLIE HOP- N, is hereby warned to appear n this court within thirty days and nswer the complaint of the Plain^ iff, TENNIE LOUISE HOPSONW nd upon his failure to do so, said omplaint may be taken as con- essed. Witness my hand and the seal of aid court this 26 day of March 955 Garrett Willis, Clerk . (SEAL) March 28. April 4, 11, 18 LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect your eyesight and enhance the beauty of your home with correct lighting fixtures. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2529 LETDUCKETTDOIT... THE BEST IN STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds Farm Buildings — Industrial Buildings rnqde according to specfficqtions. Con be constructed at low cost! DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO, N«rth Main Street ROYAL, STATIONERY •] "FIN* VEUMM" 3$ $ht*if (59c) ,,,.,!• EnvelopM 49c Mpnoa,r»mmed , , , , , 49c pxtr« WARD AND SON ' Ajttlt 11, IfSS ,' -; f ... 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