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\ HO PI STAR, MOP I, A ft * A Ml Af Hertiej! • » Chickfth * Salads Ui't.'S *f A4P 6t*f« USED 'N MOWERS and _ __„ FUpalr* _ .Wtfticr Ph. 7-2168'* fLI$S THUS ices • ('TIRE & SUPPLY •ULLDOZERWORK „ CI«»Hrio — Dirt Movlnf Pond Dloglng. Call MATTRESSES HVUde Into lnn«n*rta| WorMJuaranteerf Oni Day ServlM •«• v* DAVIS. Mottreti C«. Phon. 7-ttll N WESTERN SHARES Income Fund available from M. S. BATES ' Ark. >f OP'S SERVICE Hy 67 West of Hope ELECTRIC WELDING Ibone anywhere. Call us. ""' us for your Car, Truck, - Tractor repairs. If«'a re'as near-as your phone" •*-. t)IAL 7-2767 £ **>. i- ---i''^ •rmife Control Co. «-•"*- * i ,. BONDED •INSURED j? for ree Inspection D. Middlcbrooks Jr. BS 7-2822 or 7-3791 TAILOR MADE iEATCOYERS < Seof;Covers $23.00 For^Most'CarS" •- Plastic Seat Covers V $32.50 for Most Cars ' GUSS \'ed for'any .make |£qr or -truck, also cut Wor taljle.tops/ ss & Salrage Co. )PEN 7 PAYS A WEEK §J *<•. T'« f,. Hope Star H»»* !•»»;-Pr«i 1*27 lltfd January If, 192* ,_ every weekday afternoon by »TA* WUJHINa CO, r C, f, Palmer, President n. Seey-Tre* a. |f|IM4 lemib Walnut Street */ Arkomoi . Wifihburn, (direr ft Publliher • Jl, Jenv, Menaglng Hltpr . Oevli, Advertlslna Manager W, Hwmer, Mech. Supt. . «i tacond clou motter at Oftttt vlr Hop?, Arkoniai, A of March |, U»7. »Hempslead, Nevadq, and Miller J9WW CLASSIFIED Ad* Must Be In Office day Before Publication WANt AD RATES Alt Want Ads ore payable In advance but ads will be accepted over the telephone and accomoda- tlon accounts allowed with the understanding the account Is payable when statement !»• rendered. 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The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY tija 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 7-5570 or 7-5505. 23-1 Mo. For Rent UNFURNISHED, new.ly decorated, 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 SMALL (furnished apartment, private bath. Utilities paid. Couple or two. men preferred 712 East Division. ' ll-3t Real Estate for Sale TOE,SELL — We Buy — We Rent Heal 'Estate. Franklin Company, '106 South Main. 5-1 Mo. CORNER Lot at Ninth and Walnut Streets. j >':- • " '• • riVE'-'abi-es near city limits. DUPLEX in Texarkana will sell it or trade for house in Hope. 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 shady landscaped corner lot. Payments like monthly rent. FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 So. Main St; !"" r| i PR7-4691 8-3t H. B. Luck Highway «7 W««t LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Edge of City Limit* Weit W Gallon Water Barred for Sale Phone 7-4381 Hope, Ark. REAVES USED FURNITURE STORE 205 S. WALNUT Want to WASH Water's HOT Valentine Washeteria 800 West 3rd Treadle . . . . $25 up Portable . , $49.50 up BARGAIN THIS WEEK $27 - $50 off on Cabinet Model SINGER SEWING CENTER irv For All Mokes and Refrigeration Service APPLIANCE REPAIR 210 E. 3rd 7-2869 Now Is the time to buy that SPECIAL GIFT for faster or Anniversary Mhopn's Jewelry Store BEE-T-MITE Termite CJontrol Service Owned ft Operated by .GUY..GRIGG yWrP^HBI ' 5t. w* ffrnf t m 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 i B. L. RETT1O Notice INCOME TAX SERVICE. Compe- tent'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. PRINCE DR. C. B. Bledsoe. Chiropodist, podiatrist, Foot Specialists corn specialist — here now. FRESH WHITE RIVER FISH l"-4 MILES OUT ON WASHINGTON HY FULLER & SON FISH MARKET 8-Gt Adlai Giving Ike Advice on Island Defense By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON^) —Adlai Steven son is the latest to give President Eisenhower unasked advice on what to do about defending or not defending the Matsu and Quemoy islands if the Red Chinese attack. So far as is publicly kpown Eisenhower hasn't made up his mind. But Stevenson, making a 4,000' word broadcast last night, never quite got around to saying flatly the islands should or shouldn't be defended. Matsu and Quemoy, un like Formosa 100 miles offshore, are close to the Red China coast. Stevenson expressed gloom at the thought of getting into war with Red China over Matsu and Quemoy. But he never directly acklcd this No. 1 question: What should the United States do about stopping attack on the islands if it came tomorrow or next week or any time before this country could carry out some of Stevenson's suggestions for making defense of the islands unnecessary? Stevenson, who won fame as a wit when he ran against Eisenhower for the presidency in 1952 had no light touches in last night's talk, no lively phraising, no memorable figures of speech. This country is pledged to de- Business For Lease 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 For Sale SAND, Gravel, topsofl, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. March 15-1 Mo. 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 sand 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 frwm 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. 6-6t REASONABLE priced, modern six room house. Located in best residential section in town. 403 East 14th St. Call 7-2145 for appointment. 8-3t IF INTERESTED in buying a home, take a look at 212 N. McRae. Phone 7-4418. ll-6t DAHLIAS Tube Roses, No. 1 Gladioli — separate colors. Mont's Seed Store. ll-3t 8 x 10 WHITE Enamel, inside and out, Huffman Walk-in Refrigerator in excellent condition. Bargain. Autrey Wilson, Ph,one 72910. '12-6t Won fed to Buy OLD RAGS. Call or bring to the Hope Star. 8-tf fend Formosa, where Chiang Kai- shek has his main Nationalist forces, but not to defend the tiny islands of Quemoy and Matsu. Eisenhower's position, as his administration explains it, is to decide if the time comes whether a Red attack on Matsu and Quemoy would endanger Formosa and therefore require American intervention and war with China. This lack of decision may puzzle the Reds and make them wary of a move that might end in war with the United States. But it has also puzzled Americans and caused the broadest kind of argument. Some of Eisenhower's own Republicans, particularly Sen.' Knowland of California, want the island defended, ome of Stevenson's own Democrats don't. So Eisenhower, before he makes The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral, Horn* The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary will meet Tuesday night, April 12, at Hicks Funeral Home at 7 o'clock. Anthony Fulce of Ozan died Friday, April 8, in the University Hospital in Little 'Rock. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. St. Mark had a splendid Faster Day 'Service. There were more men at church than for some time. Alter the eleven o'clock service, a short Easter program was given which was 1 enjoyed by all. Easter eggs and Easter candy were passed to all who desired to be served. Mrs, Tennessee Johnson is sponsoring a financial rally Sunday, April 17, to raise funds to repair the flue of the church. The pastor Rev. Emanuel N. Glover has been taking a course from the Bible Study School a new Church Institution of Patterson N. J*. afhd recently received his certificate of honor for having seccessfully com pleted the course. We had one out of town visitor who made encour aging remarks. She was Miss Lois James 1 of Little Rock, a member ol Mt. Zion Baptist Church. SPORTS ROUNDUP .By GAYLE TALBOt. By GAYLE TALBOT NEW YORK (ff) — The Olympics boss, Avery Brundage, has come away from Melbourne highly agitated at the lack of preparation for the 1956 games and talking out loud about the possibility^of having to change the location at this late date. From the moment the announcement came that Melbourne had been awarded the great sports festival, we have regarded the choice as the most improbable thing every done by the athletic fraternity, and they have done some dillies. This feeling is completely apart from the Aussies' failure to get cracking with the physical setup required to conduct the games, though the last time we were there early in '53, it already was apparent that trouble and delay were in the offing in that respect. Our feeling, rather, has been one of horror at the thought of Melbourne trying to absorb an Olympic crowd cr even the hundreds of newsmen who ordinarily report the event. Brundage, of course, receiver! the red carpet treatment. Chances are that a hotel suite, with private bath, was waiting for him. We will wish to our dying day that the austere Chicagoan had just dropped off a plane, taxied into the city and upped to one of the charming lady hotel clerks who have a corner on that job in the country Down Under. If he had gone to any one of Melbourne's two or three fairly modern hostelries, the odds are about 8-1 he would have found himself back on the city's wide sidewalks within three minutes, feeling numb. If, on the long chanc«, he did get to sign his name, the odds are at least as great that the Midwest hotel tycoon would have discovered he was sharing a community bath with an entire floor of confirmed bathers. Having gone through this for a month on our maiden visit to Melbourne with a Davis Cup tennis team—and with a reservation, yet —we are in position to state that it is not an ideal arrangement. It is irksome to pad the length of a corridor and around the corne only to hear splashing beyond the door, and there is a mental hazard which grows with the passing days. The third time it happened to him, Brundage probably would up his mind, is enabled to earn what support he can expect at home arid abroad on any decision he makes. This may be the real reason he hasn't made up his mind at least publicly. What: was Stevenson's solution for the Formosa problem? One that might take a long time in doing, too long, perhaps, if the Reds attack in these next few months. He proposed: This country should try to get its allies and uncommitted nations to declare open opposition to war in the Formosa Strait and "stand with us in defense of Formosa against aggression," pending some final settlement. • have moved the games to Tokyo. Though Melbourne, has a million population, it can feed down no more transients than the average city of 100,000 in this, country. Only one of its hotels—not a large one- boasts a private bath with each room. Arcoro to Serve 20-Day Sentence NEW YORK W—Eddie Arcar starts serving a 20-day sentence today for two infractions of racing rules but the 'nation's No. 1 stake rider says he'll be. in. shape to pilo the highly regarded Nashu in thi Kentucky Derby May 7. "You have to be in condition to handle that horse," after being advised said the Eddie Bowie stewards had set him down 10 days for "careless" riding in th fourth race at the Maryland track Saturday. Previously, he had been suspended 10 days by the Jamaica stewards for the same violation Friday. Eddie starts serving his Jamaica suspension today. When he com pletes that sentence, the Bowie suspension will start. That means he'll be able to resume riding May 4. I Hilarious Being a TV Writer | By SAUL PET T For Wayne Oliver NEW Y6RK I/PI— It's hilarious simply hilarious, being a televi sion comedy writer. Just a"- few days ago the two writers of the Martha Raye Show which goes on tonight, were sit ting in their elaborate triple cell high up in a Manhattan tower They had been locked up togethei for more than two weeks. But now they were too stunned even to de test each other'. Said Ed Simmons to Norman Lear':' I* only we spent all our time watching television, we wouldn' have time to write stuff that gets us into trouble." Lear nodded numbly. They had just been shattered. • With rehearsals about to begin with sets and costumes well alon in production, with only a few score hours to actual performance they had just finished, after two weeks of work, a script satrizing Jackie Gleason. Arid r: fh'e'h someone gave them the word: Both Milton Berle and Red Skelton had done the same thing recently. "I think we ought to hire some invalid or shut-in to do nothing but watch for us," said Simmons. The U. S. Automobile Manufactures Assn. estimates that the inadequacy of the present highway system involves, a. loss pf three billion dollars a year to American PRESCOTT NEWS Wednesday April 13 Mrs. Allen Gee will be hostess to the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home on Wednesday after noon at 2 o'clock. Lost \VHEEL and tire size 700 X 15 between Laneburg and Emmet. No tify York Furnjture. fi-3t derviccs Offered MATTRESS renovation and inuexv spring work Cobb Mattress Co. 816 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. FOR water well service, any size or depth, see or Clark, Cale, Ark. write 0. T, 19-tf INCOME tax services, 30 years experience. Frank C. DuShane. Office at Oaks Court. Phone 7-5883. 25-1 Mo. COMPETENT INCOME TAX service — Horace Samuels. 101 E. Division. Phone 7-3766. March 15-1 Mo. CONVALESCENT AND Nursing Hospital. Reasonable monthly rates. Quiet Neighborhood. Catering to Aged and Convalescent Patients. For information contact Ouachita County Hospital, Camden, Arkansas. Phone Temple 69325. April M Mo. Help Wonted BK INDEPENDEJNIT. See Rg\v- leigh Products in S. Hempstead Co, or Hope. See Corwin Crow, Route 1, Box 80, Nas^vil^e, Art:. (or £>avticyia£i> Hawlelgh's, Dept. AKP-641-P, Nelson-Hill Post No. 427 will meet Tuesday night, April 12, at the regular place at 8 o'clock. Asking all members to be present. Miss Bobbie J. Robinson, a student of Dunbar' Junior College in Little Rock spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. R. 13. George. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Buchanan and children and Spertcer Campbell of Little Rock spet the weekend visiting Mr. Buchanan's par. ents, Mr. and Mrs, Shirley Buchana. Miss Margaret Williamson, a student of A. M. and N. College in Pine Bluff spent the week-end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Williamson, and other relatives. Mrs. Mattie Neal and daughter of St. Paul, Minn., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Dcloney, and relatives in Te.xark- ana. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Ragland announce the arrival of a son, Wilson Ragland III. April 8, 1055. Mrs. Corrine Evans had as dinner guest on Sunday, April 10, the following people: Mrs. Maud Deson and Mrs. Queen Galloway of Muskegon, Mich., Mrs. Annie M. Louder milk, of San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. R. Metcalf, Mrs. Essie D. Brant ley, . Mrs. Leona Nelson, Mrs. Minerva Phillips, Miss 'Wanda tpia.\", Mi§s Mary L. Briggs a#d Miss Laura B. Logan, lr. and. Mrs. . Rernice !fugh,e,Y nave as house guest Mr. and Mrs, Randolph Moncrief of Madison, Wisconsin. ind Mrs. L. C. Callafeam Mrs. Jackson spent the week-end The guest meeting of the Pres cott Musical Coterie will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the McRae Memorial Room a the Pre'sbyterian Church, The Board of Deacons of the Presbyterian Church will mee Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Thursday April 14 The choir of the Presbyterian Church will practice Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. ""Ciub Mrs. E. R. Ward Hostess To '47 Club Members of the '47 Bridge were entertained on Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. E. R. Ward at her home. An old fashioned nosegay of violets in a white milk glass container graced the coffee table. Tulips in graceful arrangements were placed at other vantage points. The high score award was won by Mrs. Jim Nelson and the cut prize, by Mrs. R. W. Reynolds, a guest. Other members present included Mrs. Charlie Scott, Mrs. R. F. Yarbrough, Mrs. B. A. DeLamar, Mrs. C. R.' Gray, Mrs. Glenn Hairston and J. V. McMahen. A tasteful salad course was ser ved at the close of the games. Cross—Barnes Vows Exchanged Tho marriage of Miss Billie Juanita Barns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Barns of Plainview, and Robert Hutson Cross, son of Mr. and Mrs 1 . E. C. Cross of Pine Bluff, took place Marc|i 5 in the chapel of First Methodist Church, Camden. Dr. i Aubrey G. Walton officiated Mrs. Prypr Cruce of Swifton sang. John Summers was organist. The bride, given in marriage by icr father, wore a waltz Jengtt grown of Chantilly lace, tulle ind taffeta and a fingertip veil f lling from lace cap. Her flowei s were hyacinths centered with >n orchid. Mis Rose Rogan of Lonoke was ipaid of honor. Her frock peacock blue crystalette e carried pink carnations. ~ " » «l» 48 and man. Ushers were Don Tapson arid Bill Barns, ibrother of the bride. Serving at the reception were Mrs. Joe Martindale and Miss Rose Rogan-; Mrs. Austin Buerlin, Mrs. Roy Bates and Mrs. Clarence McCrory assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Cross are at home at 2500 Kavanaugh Boulevard. Those from Prescott who attended were Mr. and Mrs, Dick Stewart, Bill and Gary, R. F. Barnes, Mrs. Foy Cox, Miss Lila Grimes, Miss Alice Grimes, Mrs. Juanita Taylor, Bobbie Ann and Bill, Mrs. D. O. Montgomery, Dr. and Mrs. Everett Jones, Mrs. Watson Trebillion, Mrs. Doris Carmen, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs'. ; Ira Tyree, E. R. Ward, Susan and Sandra Mrs. J. H. Bemis and Mrs. Kjjlrl King, Jr., were Friday visitors in Texarkana . Mrs. Jim Thomas and son, Stevie of Texarkana visited relatives' here Friday. Mrs. Tom Bernis and Mrs. D. L. McRae Jr., spent Friday in Little Rock and visited Mrs. Grace Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. D, S. Jordan have had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Moody of Ottovva, Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Smith and Norwood Smith oi' Magnolia were the Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bemis. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bemis returned Thursday from New Orleans, Ua., where Mr.' : Bemis attended ;he annual convention of the Southern Pine Association' and took part on a panel discussion on saw milling. William Oate.s and Freeman Ligon also attended the meetnig. Dr. and Mrs. George Pakis Jr., and son, Gl,enn, nave "returned to their home in Dallas, Texas.after a visit with Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Coleman. Kansas City in Center Stage of Baseball By FRED DOWN United .Press Sports Writer Kansas City takes over the center of the baseball stage from President Eisenhower today as the major league pennant races swing Brookl into high gear. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 0 1.000 Chicago New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh Weather permitting, the curtain goes up on the 1955 campaign in eight cities with the New York Giants beginning the defense of their world championship in Philadelphia and the American League champion Cleveland Indians play- Ing host to the Chicago White Sox. Crowds totaling 300,000 are anticipated with a tp of 50,000 expected at Cleveland. The Detroit Tigers supply the opposition as Kansas City officially makes its debut as a big league city, Boston is at Baltimore and Washington at New York in other American League openers. In the League, it's Pittsburgh at Brooklyn, Cincinnati at Milwaukee ond St. Louis at Chicago. There'll be gala festivities all along the line but nowhere will city pride be at a higher peak than in Kansas City. A capacity crowd of 36,000 will jam the new park and Harry Truman, a former president who keeps the photo graphers guessing because he's ambidextrous, will handle the firs pitch. . Following .Mr. Truman's toss Manager Lou Boudreau will senc Jeft hander Alex Kcllner to the mound against Detroit's Ned Gar ver. Kellner had a 6-17 record last, season while Carver's mark was 14-11. The Indians, who won an- A.L record of 111 games last season are sending 23-game winner Bol Lemon ajgaiiist 19-game winnei Virgil Trucks of the White Sox towering ' Frank Sullivan a 15 game winner in 1954, pitches foi the Red Sox against Joe Coleman (13-17) of the Orioles and Mickev McDermott (7-15 in the - Senators nominee against the Yankees' 16 game winner, Whitcy Ford. Southpaw Johnny Antonelli, who won 21 games last year, toes mound for the Giants against the crippled phillies who are counter ing with 23-game winner Robin Roberts. Max Surkont (9-18) op poses Carl Erskine 18-15 in the Pittsburgh-Brooklyn opener; Ger ry Staley (7-13) of. the Redlegs faces Milwaukee's 21-game winner Warren Spahn and Brooks' Lawrence, 15-garne winner of the St Louis Cards, pitches against Pau Minner (11-11) of the Cubs in N.L, openers. With a former president, sever a! governors and mayors on hand there are plenty, of potential show stoppers but it isn't likely tha there'll be one to match the inaugural performance turned in by the sore-armed Mr. Eisenhower. (MORE MORE) St. Louis Milwaukee Cincinati 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 1 Yesterday's Results Chicago 7, Cincinnati 5 Today's Games New York at Philadelphia Pittsburgh at Brooklyn Cincinnati at Milwaukee St. Louis at Chicgo AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Washington Cleveland Hopes Man Can Be Found in Arkansas LITTLE ROCK (M—Gov. Orval Faubus says he wouldn't oppose the Arkansas Industrial Commission hiring an executive director from outside the state, although he hopes an Arkansas man is found for the post. Faubus commented at a news conference yesterday that since the director will be "dealing with out-of-state interests in seeking one windustries. it might befeasd- ble to get someone from outside Arkansas. The newly appointed' commissioners have interviewed several applicants for the jab, but no choice has been announced. In reply to a question, the governor said he didn't think his attitude on the directorship was, inconsistent with his campaign attacks last summer on former Gov. Francis Cherry's administration for hiring men from' putside A kansas. Faubus added: "We were talking :hen about dealings within the state. This new position -will be concerned primarily with dealings outside the state." Fights Last Night By The Associated Brooklyn —Danny Press Giovanelli, i50, Brooklyn, outpointed Chris ~!hristensen, 143, Denmark, 10. New York — Pat Lowry, \ 149 Toledo, outpointed Pete Adams, 152, Newark, N. J.J, 10. Edmonton — Ezard Charles, 196, incinnati, stopped Vern Escoe; 197, Canada, 3. Kansas City New York Boston Detroit Baltimore 1 0 1.000 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Yesterday Results Washington 12, Baltimore 5 Today's Games Washington at New York Boston at Baltimore Chicago at Cleveland Detroit at Kansas City SOUTHERN Memphis Nashville Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga Mobile Little Rock ASOCIATION W L Pet. NO 2 1.000 2 2 1 1 0 0 .667 .667 .500 .250 .000 .000 (Yesterday's Results) Atlanta 5, Chattanooga 1 Today's Games Birmingham at N a s h v ille, (night) Chattanooga at Atlanta, night) Little Bock at Memphis (Night) New Orleans at Mobile (night) MON. APRIL 18th rGREATEST SHOW EVER* 46 BIG ACTS NSO PEOPLE Acts From Great Shows Such As T.Y/s BIG TOP AND y* CIRCUS TOGETHER. IN v: CAPT. EDDY KUHN Wild Animal Act LIONS *TIGtRS DEFY DEATH 100 FT. MID-AIR WAVNK NEWMAN'S WHITE • 1 ^J |V J C • . TROUPE >f WORLD CHAMPION HORSES SHOW OF 1,001 BIG BREATH TAKING THKijlS TWIQE DfllLY |\y, J . S"7 r jp.°ff! Adults 1.10 —ChildsSOc All Tax Included COLISEUM LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect your eyesight and enhance the beauty of your home with cpr> rect lighting fixtures, ALLEN ELECTRIC CO, 114 8. Elm Phone 7-2629 Mr. and Mrs- Snell Bl^koly and daughter of San Diego, Calif., are he guests ot h^r parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wposley. a.nd other rela- rives. , £1 l?orado were the guests Friday a? My w& Mfi, IrosOt a%yfiii. LETDUCKETTDOIT... THE BEST IN STIEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds — Farm Bujl^ings — Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can he- c,Qns,trwcted gt Iqw cost! DUCKETT STEIL ft EQUIPMENT CO. 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