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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 14, 1955
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H 0 J . t A* * MO M , AftftANSAi • 8al«d» Burgers A4P Start TIRES poc prices ft tAUNGINO life <.yo'u wait MA TlfcE & SUPPLY COMPANY, )ZER WORK I Clearing — Dirt Movlnt ' 1 Pond Digging* Call TQM DUCKE1T it. ." Phone 7*87M : MATTRESSES ilt »r Made Into lnn«n»rM| '* Wprk Guaranteed .on* Day ServlM -— DAVIS- J MoHrati C«. •.'• Kim Mr««t Phon« 74111 v r J WESTERN SHARES S'el Oltaitlfled Income Fund* JMjywWMtito available from \M.S. BATES 1 itOP'S SERVICE ,: Hy 67 West of Hope f$r ELECTRIC ^\ WELDING ''Done anywhere. Call us. l-!'*t«-u»-for-your Car,. Truck,. "- *••' .Tractor repairs. » as near as your phone' 1 DIAL 7-2767 ^, CURRY'S; fee Control Col w t BONDED •INSURED GUARANTEED : or Free Inspection ca!l ,.., D. Middlebrooks Jr. >t 7-3791, TAILOR MADE ItAT COVERS ?$ NOW... Sfrow Seat Covers J s?l $23.00 ^ ' For Mo^t Cars rustic Seol-e< $» $32.50 i< !', For Most Cars }t.{i GUSS -•, -' Installed for any make x, efsr or truck,.; '- " ij for table tops. ,?' *' I: Gfflfs & Salvage Co. cut > WYIIE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Hope Star £W<r P«n IM7 It, 19Jt „ C C Miner, trvsldent &&, flw. H, Wwihfciirw, Secy-TrM, t-f Ji •» Thf *l«r Building *f. '11X.14 «,^h WflloMt Strtfl "— Arfcanm ?": ft fdltot Mono** W. Hotif>»r, Meth. Supt. M Mtvntf clg» naHtr «t >(Mf 0/fkf «lr Hope, Ark«niM, IN Art s» M«n* 9, ij>i(on Rotes (poyoblf In advance): In Hope and neighboring „ *,*M,^.f..... ,2(3 . . ....,..,.. I3.0Q moil In Hempstead, Nevada, -"- and Mill«r ,.....,.,„.,., 19 ,,.-„ , , M...^J,^.,.v.«. *JJ *.,,..,,„;,..„..1,'. 9 oO CLASSIFIED Adi Mult Be In Office B*y Befbre Publication WANT AD . All Want Ads drt (xjyobte In Odvpnce but ods Will be accepted ever the telephone and octorrtodo- tlbn d«ounu allowed wifh the un- deritondirtg the account Is payable when statement It 'rendered. i^umb 3f V\ if bef Word* to 15 fb 20 tt to 25 16 to 30 II to 35 16 to 40 41 fd 45 46 to SO 6n« thre« Day Ddyi .-45 -' .60 .75 .90 t.03 1.20 1.35 1.50 .9(5 1.20 1,50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 Ortt Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.0* 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 75c per Inch 3 times 60c per Inch 6 time* 50e per inch Rates quoted above ore for con- tecutlve Insertions. Irregular or sklp- daf* ddt will take the orte-day fate. ' 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 Ony objectionable advertising submitted '' Initial* of one or more letten, •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 offer FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 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. 8-* 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. r 23-1 Mo. For Rent UNFURNISHED, newly decorated, six rpom house. Garage. Garden. 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf THREE room unfurnished apartment, private bath, reasonable "rent. 13U West Avenue B. Phone 7-3698. '•'--': 18-tf BEDROOM, private bath and pri- :ate' entrance: " 319 "North '-Elm. Phone 7-3391. ; .. . l3-3t "X>UR ..ro.pm house, newly .paper- •*ecJ;' ""extra large garden •• near ; 'Schp«l£y;;s.-: Store. "'Old; Highway ,,87,'-£*£s't'r$23, !,a\ .mbn{fi. See Bob :Phone -7^2121. - ., 13-31 \DESIRABLE three room apartment. Furnished and bills paid. ~204' Ejbhh'er." ."""""'"" 14-th NICE THREE room, ' unfurnished -•apattrnent, for-rent, ".in nice, part of city. PHbne 7-4^28. 14-61 'FURNISHED apartment, 320 North Washington St. Mrs. Geo. Sande- fun 7-2125, also 2 front bedrooms for rent. • ' 14-3t fllCE big South,. bedroom, inner spring mattress, private entrance. 303 corner South Pine, Phone 7-2115. 14-61 FIVE room, unfurnished house. Venetian blinds automatic washer connection. $35 per month. 302 Kast 14th, Phpne 3-8852. Texar- cana. collect. 8-6t Female Help Wanted WAITRESS wanted/ Apply at'the Diamond Cafe. 13-31 Wanted JAR CORN. Hope Feed Co. 14-3t Political Announcement The Star Is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject' to the action of the Democratic primary elections: Foi» Mayor B. L. RETTIG Notice fhufsJay, April 14,1$SS ^ Thursday, April '14, 1955 HOPE STAR, H'O M / ARKANSAS < ' f >j it, by The Atfeoeiated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Boston 01.000 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 1 1 .500 Vz INCOME TAX SERVICE. Competent and reasonable. J. W. Strickland. IB-it FRESH WHITE RIVER : FISH 1% MILES OUT ON WASHINGTON HY FULLER & SON FISH MARKET s-et For Sale SAND, Gravel;, topsoll, fill dirt Phone J-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 and nitrate soda, also all kinds fertilizers. J. ,W. Strickland. - - • . -' •-• ' MARCH 19-1 Mo, BABY ! CLICKS best grade laying and broiler type,' Hope Feed Company. Phone 7-2547. Mr. 24-lmo IF INTERESTED -in • buying, a "home,'take a .look at 212 N. Mc- .Rae. Phone 7-4418. . ll-6t DAHLIAS Tube Roses,. No. 1 Gla • dio'li 'i-i- separate colors. Mont's Seed Store. ll-3t 8 x JO WHITE Enamel, inside'and out, Huffman .Walk-in Refrigerator in excellent condition. Bar' gain;, Autrey Wilson, Phone 7'2910. 12-6t 114 ACRES nice level land about 85 acres opqji land, good six room house. Butane, 'good well, two live' springs arid big barn, several big nice shady pine trees in yard. Its. a dream between Prescott and Blevins, present ow nfers have lived 1 on place for '43 years. LISTEN folks, If you have timber land for 1 sale call or write old Jewel, I have been very success' ful in disposing of timber .and cut over timber land, would be glad to have a look and give you our idea of what we think it .is worth, this service free. Jewel White. Prescott, Ark., Phone SOS df 32. ' 13-3t FRESH Little River Catfish, Frl day and Saturday City Market on Cotton Row, 14-lt Real Estate for Sale WE SELL — We Buy — We Rent Real Estate. Franklin Company, 106 South Main. 5-1 Mo. CORNER Lot at Ninth and Walnut Streets. <TVE' acres near city limits, DUPLEX in Texarkana will sell it or trade for house in Hoce. FOR RENT — home in Oakhaven. JIM COLE . Real Estate Broker 8-et Buy OLD RA3S. Call or bring to Hope Star. the 8-tf Business For Lease OWE SUPER.SERVICE Station. 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. 8-tf Want io WASH HOT Valentine Washeteria m, West 3rd "/V For All Moket and Refrigeration Service APPLIANCE REPAIR 210 E. 3rd 7-2899 BEE-T-MITE Termite Contra! Service Owned li Operated by GUY GRIGG ftiicr *«i« it W 3 THREE rooms of household furni< lure. Priced reasonable. Parly leaving town. Phone 7-3342, 321 North .Hamilton. 14-3t 100 CHOICE clumps of double hollyhocks, ' Priced to sell. Also canna roots. Arthur Gray, Ozan 14-61 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. 14-61 Awnings Canva§ Awnings and metal awn ings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. COOPER-BLANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper 1615 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. April 14-1 Mo. dervicts Offered MATTRESS r«novation and Inner- •prlng work Cobb MattreM Co. Sie South Washington. Phont Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Cui- torn ilaughtei-ing. Phone 7-3301. 10-1 Mo. FOR water well pervlce, any §lze or depth, »ee or write 0. T. Clark, Cele, Ark. 18-« INCOME tax services, 30 yean ex- perjejice, Frank C. DuShaM, Office at Oaks Court. Phone 7-5893. 25-1 Mo. COMPETENT INCOME TAX ser< vice — Horace Samuels. 101 E. Division. Phone 7-3766. March 15-1 Mo. CONVALESCENT AN» Nursing Hospital. Reasonable monthly rates. Quiet Neighborhpod. Catering to Aged and Convalescent Patients. For Information contact Ouachita County Hospital, Cam. den, Arkansas. Phone Temple 6- «m April 14 ,Mo. i WILL keep babies or a snftft child in my home during tne New ork Cleveland Was ington Kansas City 1 1 .500 Detroit 1 1 .500 >/z Chicago 0 1 .500 1' Baltimore 0 2 .000 l'/ 2 Baltimore 0 2 .000 l'/ 2 esterday's Results New York 19; Washington 1 Detroit 10; Kansas City 2 Boston t Baltimore, postponed, rin Only bamme.s scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE C icago Milwaukee Brooklyn Philadelphia Pittsburgh New York St. Louis Cincinnati W L Pet. 2 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 01.000 01.000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 2 .000 GB Kansas City at Chicago Shantz (1-0) or Ditmar 6-12) vs. Consue- Atlanta gra (16-3) Nashville Cleveland at DetroitGarcia 19- Memphis 8 )vs Hoeft (7-15) New Orleans Baltimore at Washington —Rogo- Mobile vin (0-0) vs Schmitz (11-8) Little Rock New York at Boston Grim I Birmingham (20-6) vs Nixon (11-12 (Chattanooga Yesterday's Results 'Philadelphia 4; New ork 2 Brooklyn 6; Pittsburgh 1 Only games scheduled. Today's Games Brooklyn at New York —Newcombe (9-8) vs Mglie 14-8 Philadelphia at Pittsburgh — Wehmeier (10-11) vs Littlefield (1011 •Chicago at Cincinnati Rush (1315) vs Valentine (12-11 Milwaukee at St. Louis—Conley (14-9) vs Hddix (18-13 or Poh'ol- sky 5-7a ) SOUHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB 3 1 .750 3 1 .750 2 1 .667 i/ 2 1 1 .500 1 1 1 .500 1 2 .33 l'/ 2 1 2 .33 li/z 1 4 .200 2\., Componella Is Now Mad at Manager 6y OF. REICHLER BROOKLYN L« Usually mi mnnered and even-tempered, Roy Carnpanella is steamed- to a boiling; point because Manger Walter Alston has relegated him to eighth spot in the Brooklyn Dodger batting order. The slugging catcher with insist the troublesome left hand that runihel his 1954 season is corn- Yesterday's Results Little Rock 4, Memphis 1 Chattanooga at Atlanta, (rain) Nnshville 11, Birmingham 9' New Orleans at Mobile (wet grounds.) Today's Games Chattanoog at Atlanta, night Little Rock at Memphis, night New Orleans at Mobile, night TEXAS LEAGUE Houston 10; Dallas 2 San Antonio 8; Fort Worth Other games postponed pletely healed made no attempt to conceal' his disgust as he talked about his ' demotion from the cleanup (fourth) spot for yesterday's opening game against Pitts bugh. "That's fine encouagement he (Alston) is giving me," Campy gowled. "sending me in to hit with the bat boy. That'guy must think I'm a butche with bat. Dopping me all the way down to i eighth just shows the 'Confidence he has in me. "It's all right with me though if that's the way he wants it. I'll hit any pac he tells me to. But I'm determined to prove to him that he's wrong when he calls mean eighth-place hitter. He only thinks I can't hit but I know I can." It' was pointed out the Camay had not exactly knocked dwn any fences during the spring training games' hitting only .235 with three home runs. This, following his poorest season in the majors in which his batting average dropped from .312 to. .207, certainly was no strong recommendation for a fourth-place hitter. "Look" he explained, "I know I'm not being hardeaded about this. I don't care what I hit in practice games. They don't mean anything. All I'm interested in is the \vay the and reacted to catch* ' ing every day. My hand is oksy now. That's all that matters In • me. I'll hit. 1 Campy got one hit in four at- bats as the Brook beat the Pirates 6-1 yesterday. other player in history, wound up I with the Lookouts after a squable j between President Joe Engel of, Marin of Atlanta. | The husky slugger played withf There are about 2,500 known|| species of lizard. 'Noogons Wind Up With Atkins By the Associated Press [pawn -in a game of "thimble, .,„,,. .... thimble, who's got the thimble", Llttle Rock last season, blasting has found a new home in the 31 home runs to run hls lefetime Southern Association—and Chat- tota l in the league to a record 133. tarSoga is providing the board *?e was drafted by Toledo, a and lodging. ' ,„. | member of the Milwaukee chain. Atkins, who has hit more home n° l to keep him. Atlanta, another Roberts Only Hurler Likely to Win 30 We Are Dealers of Dura Croft Aluminum Boats Mhoon'i Jewelry Store Hi •. Luck Highway 9f W«*t LUCK'S USED FURNITURI CO. Edge of City Limit* WM! W Gallon Water Barred for lala Phone 7-4M1 Hope, Ark. REAVES USED FURNITURE STORE 205 S. WALNUT J '••/•v_~--yv -*• so much "" MARTHA CARROLL is now connected wifh EDNA'S BEAUTY SHOP Martha, first place winner in hair styling contest held in Texarkana Beauty Show, invites you to visit her for style and beauy — Open Monday Thru Friday W.5th Phone 7-2615 PluslStinshirie . Growing children need larger amounts of Vitamins, and .Minerals than they usually get in the average diet to help build strong bodies; and maintain good health. That's why it's • ' A. important to be sure they get plienty of nutritious foods to BUILD THEM UP instead of foods , -' that only fill them up,' Super-Enriched !« Hungry youngsters jo for fte finT ^ _^ U*ty food in light »oW»ur«u>»uve plenty •f Super-EnricM bread with their favoriU spread for l^we«ij.|iK«l swidci. Th* rert of the family w»H «lao enjoy the fresh, flavorful goodn^a of Super-Enriched br««d »mi ( '^^ they'U ben*f«t from the larger m*iU»# ui (hi i BREAD .^, - &.<>-. L ^&&4&&j$& AFTiR EASTER CLEAN-UP ALL COATS AND 14OFF SAVE USE OUR LAYrA-WAY HtAVY BLUE CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS 98c 45 INCH PUCKERED NYLON 79c yd. EXTRA SPECIAL — 60 Gauge - 15 Denier NYLON HOSE Sheer 69c pr. NEW ASSORTMENT DRAPERY MATERIALS 98c yd. Just Arrived 69c - 98c Sheer Goods 2 yds. 1.00 Ladies & Misses Shortie PAJAMAS 1.00 pr. 54 INCH CLEAR PLASTIC 19c yd. BIG SELECTION BOYS SHORT SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS $1.00 See the Big Selection Men's New Spring SLACKS $4.95 TO ... $8.95 Free By MILTON RICHMAN , United Press Sports Writer Robin Roberts of the Phillies, the only pitcher around who is given a chande of ' winning 30 games, was of fto his best start in four years today after licking an opening day "jinx" and nearly hurling the first no-hitter of his career in the process. Usually. "Hobble'' is an opening game dud. He lost the openers in 1954, 1953 and 1952 but he had the world champion Giants under his thumb for eight-and-one-third in- jiings yesterday as he beat them, "4-2, before 13,2i9 opening day fans at Philadelphia. Alvin Dark soiled Roberts' no- hitter when he singled to right field with one out in the ninth but the -8-year-old Philadelphia right- hander, who has Won at least 20 games the past five years, wasn't disturbed even though theSGiants member of the Milwaukee family membe rof the Milwaukee family, wanted him under the waiver system Chattanooga had priority because the lookouts finished'Be- hind Atlanta in the standings last year, ...'•..•'.'. •.. Engel, whoannounce d .the acquisition of the .power hitter, -also repor that. .Washington < was sending down Jim Lemon in time for the Lookout's -series; finale with Atlanta'tonight. SINGER SEWING CENTER USED MACHINES $19.95 up 108 South Elm Phone 7-5840 put together won more hits for their only two runs. Hobbled by injuries to Outfielders Del Ennis and Richie Ashburn neither of whom were in the lineup the Phillies nevertheless got to j loser Johnny Antonelli for two runs in the fifth and to fttarv Grissom for another pair in the sixth A walk Earl Torgeson's triple arid single by Peanuts Lowrey pro- iduced the Phillies' final two runs in the sixth. Carl Erskine pitched Bookly to a 6-1 triumph over Pittsburgh in the only . oher National League game scheduled. Junior Gilliarn snapped a 1-all tic when he belted one of Max Surkont's pitches for n homer to lead off the seventh. Pee Wee Reese's double, a walk, Jackie Robinson's run-producing bunt and Carl Fiirillo's homer made the score 6-1. Erskine gave up seven hits and struck out four batters. The Yankees made the big noise in the American League with a thundering 19-1 victory over Washington. Southpaw Whitey Ford., who limited the Senators to two hits,, drove in four runs as did Mickey Mantle and Bob Cerv. Mickey McDermott started for the Josers but was chased in the ilourlh,. a frame in which Manila homered with woon. In the sixth the Yankees went ahead 13-1 when ogi Berra and Bill Skowson smashed back-topback homers. Detroit prresented Bucky Harriu with the 2,000th victory in his •managerial career by' trampling Kanss City, 10-2, as Steve Gromek-pitched eight-hit ball.. The Athletics jumped i . nfrqnt With a run in the first Inning but the Timers rapped loser Arnie Port- ocarrero for four runs in the third on Harvey kuenn's homer, Fred Hatfield's double, two walks, Jim Delsing's single and bill Tuttle's double, Detroit clinched the contest by adding five more runs in the sixth. • Threatening weather postponed the only other game scheduled Boston at Baltimore. LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect your eyesight and enhance the beauty , of your home with correct lighting fixtures; ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2629 Commission to Reroyte19 to Foyetteville LITTLE ROC K(/tt The Arkansas Highway Commission todaj- agreed to re-route Highway 16 in Fayetleville to give better access to the University of Arkansas Razorback stadium arid the fairgrounds. Under a commission resolution 1.27 miles along Maple Street, Arkansas Avenue and Dicksoh Street, will be abandoned.and replaced by 1.19 miles along West Maple Street from Garland Avenue to Razor back. Road and HaZorbaok Road from West Maple to West Sixth Street. The new route will .be Improved at an estimated cost of $18,900. < The Proprarnming Was con- tioned on the City of Fayettcville furnishing obstruction free righ't o way and removing any utility lines fthnt might be required. The commission also authorized another Washington County project the surfacing of.Highway. 74 froni Highway 71 to Devil's. Den State Park, a distance of ab.ut 13 miles. Cost was estimated at $70,000. . . .-.;;,. ,. Another two 'miles of ...'' Wgnfyay 18 from end '-of '.the-'present^'jJaVSr ment one. ; mile west ;p'f Blytheyille' to the end of. main, str'ej»t^'.'•'";'jn Blytheville was pla,cfdj °"; tjljr cotjl- mission program fbr-hn^rbyerneht. The right of way fof-the i,esti(ria(ed $190,000 job must : b'e .fur'nJsfied at not more than thevftlate's appraisal the abpunt of whichVwas; - ; 'nqt specified in the resolution. THE commission agre'ed. ; tp pay for right of way for a' proposed improvement of 29. miles-of high- was 67 in Hot Spring .County if right of way can be obtained at the state's undisclosed; appraisal or less. . .. ;• : The commission resolution' modified a previous order undec/vvhich the 'state would have cphtribiited not more than, $70000 for.Jright ol The commission, nu(hor.ized^.''con- struction, of an alternate ••route for Highway 68 t hr,.ough ; ;;' Siloarn Springs if free right'- : of.'.'"'.way J is furnished the, state^.v/i.r;.ii'>.»l^"i;..ij.' The proposed new,:prolate V •'•would eliminate several; right^'angle'turns .n the present highway'- highway director Herbert --'•• vr *«r v UP South Lines to Tell of Problems By KARL ft. BAUMAN "WASHINGTON w — More south, ern states lined up today to tell the Supreme court of problems! (Hey fear if segregation is abrupt-' ly ended in public schools. .Thr.ee states Virginia, North and South Carolina told the court yesterday .their public schools may be destroyed unless enough time 1$ allowed 16 work out problems locally and to win public acceptance of mixed schools. Speaking for North Caroline, A$st. Atty. Gen. I. Beverly Lake Said putting NEgro and white pu- |)ils together now would bring ''turmoil and confusion from which only pur enemies could de- 'ive any satisfaction.". Lake, who spoke only a few min- ites before the court recessed for the day, was due up again today. .In a brief filed in advance of he oral arguments, North Caro- inn expressed fear that "BLOOD— race riots" might follow any sudden ending of s'chool segregation. The protle, before the, court is wht to.do.;fibout putting into force is unahinioys decision of last May 17 that''public school segregation '•s ' uncpristltu'tion'al. '•The conflicting arguments,add up to this: i * 'fWMtt art Attoineys far rtlrgrV p«f*eri(s, Aan't h6 'fle>idi»«k ,THefl ft the high couft to fix'aV.arHhiejto.tf. S. distrilS; " _ for ending segregation thf$ .rorrw«VJtfel«6i itt JiwtoVte»f< ijlwl ing SeptettiBfer or S«pteiftb%r at the eutSidc. ' j " i Attorneys for feoulHefn r Y£5 IT'S BELTED...the sportshirt wl| the ma The tailoring of this superb sport shirt is as American as baseball... but the fabric has a "foreign accent" (because both imported and domestic rayon yarns flow through Hs distinguished Moyana fabric veins). Completely washable... in twelve handsome colors... made with the Dura-Bae ! wrinkle-less belt that washes as perfectly a» the sport shirt. ' t V0u'<f expect the price tag to read at least $7.50, \tut no .*'. In short sleeves only ! In long Jeeves only^ r (99 advertised in ESQUIRE BIQ SELECTION Of OTHER SPORT SHIRTS ALL THESE IN COTTON, NYLON, FANCIES $1.98 and $3.98 jjl.- ,j 'tVtV> S Ui*xVt if A^Z^'b £ SE.E FIRE frtOivt; lR' INTERNATIONAL iFALLSif —Two fliers saw th'e 1 fppf; : 6f, : a louse ablaze near: tjhe ...airfield tiere and lande<l-,'to-turii' inV • tHe alarm v :Xhey found ,(fte. \ oWnifer • of the-:house, Thom4s -Gpbey, ?sUl[if>)i placidly in .the';: living:''rpom':•/.un- aware'- the house .'..Was' v burjj»Jng:' The fliers, Cleve Co'sUey 'apjd Francis Einarsori.- aided;"fireme'n and Cobey in puttjng 1 .'out tH,« fire which did , $600 .darhag«.'; : . WANT pouyGAMV^S ,i . , .. of Karachi's ''leadijig"women {have demanded'''that. Prime Minister Mohammed AJi outlaw polygamy. All recently ' married ; a :' se'cojvl wife' permitted, under Moslem^^aw. 1^».:; -:;.r .-,'•• .:'.i*i^Community By Helen Turne ' Or bring Itfenii to Mbi;TllifMr •t HIcK* Faner«| Horn* ,1 *SP' '••• **rr"--"•"•" ••• : f *iw> •">"Wi ..»«»»• Thifedi/^night; : y AprpW'^-; 1 '--^ There at the Sunday the Spiritual arkana and the of tliis City. : T4ere will ,be •a / weraei ¥ iir; the home of Mrs-',f"'" Sunday, April 1 Dublic is There will "be me| benefit at ch 'Saturday sored by Rev. Jessie, Easter. efl - ' The Arkansas Beautician Convention will convene Sunday, April 1749. at the Lonoke Baptist Church. . The welcome program will be Sunday, April 17. at 3 o'clock Tho public is invited. The President's Annual Banquet sponsored by the Arkansas Beauti- tician Association will be held Monday, April 18, at the .Yerger nch Room. Admission i* $1.00 per person. The time Is 8 o'clock. The Annual ball and" Hair style show, crowning ol Wjss Co^eto- logy will be Tuesday nigM, April 19, at 9 p. m. at the American L« gion Hut Sponsored t»X tt>« A*tol» sas Beautician Association. Adr»i» is $1.00 per The Christian UniQi» Q«8W»MJ»»tty CJub met at th ? regular "meeting Dlace. E. 9 N. aw* 0*w«y St. *t 7:30 with the president Mrs. Snow A. Norwood-presiding and (be ?ong leader Rev. U A. Clark conducting the opening ejfercstis. The i»inutes erf the la« m*fting wer* fe«(|J - J received Blbfc lessog w»s ts.,^. by Rev. A. Clark. AU «pjo>ed tl|* Jtsson. ;Tb«w w«rt It rrjrftbf rs ,. . . The net meeting will be April I at th regular meting pj»ce ft 7:M A _i.j gii nMnnkers to be ~"-"•"• V#* ^MV^fUBr™" W *™ T^F 'in some 'birds the wings as ..well as the .feet .are iised in' swmming under water.''. ; . ., .The ••me c«n rcmovu rust nnd stnlrfi from tMithtubi, links, ivuto bumpern & trjmi ill^olorntlani from tile flooi'i, ^_^ > • • ffMl-SMVU • ON* iMntflt «f )ri6r rftolfti. ' ZUD it leU o| Groctri, Hordwar*. Dipt., ICH Slorn IIKIIUN PROmtiS P.0. BOX 502 FAIR UWN. N.I. WEEKEND SMCIA! fc. DECKERS "•? * SLICIb CURtD SMViCW WUKCV v _',£_ — BOSTON BUTTS . ' , i A \ OR Y SALT ME AT lb 3 U. S. GOOD , , . f j _, J/ , '*^t'> CHUCK ROAST KM 't . ' '. , ' \ \ „.. *1 ' <• 'I'frj.f-V-ift' » *..! J'- ' LEAN * HAMBURGER 3 LB. CARTON LARD HOPE lOCK and PROCESSING CO. 4lS SOUTH MAIN - • ests' of her , if;, MMI Mn. AFTEIt EASTER - •-- "- ••.-• • ' '* i LADIES DRESSES SUMMER (jpTTONS ? ^ ' y beautiful colors and patterns. Yajues to $4.98 SPECIAL $1J9 LADIES SKIRTS in a cool, comfortable sKjrt, Many many beautiful styles dnd colors. Priced as low as LADIES SHOES; Get your summer, flafs-1 Styles and colors to one. , «> <• f' i* ^i-^.*' 1 ' i.fMl^v^ •f'^ i i'J *>: TOPPERS New sprjna ^Ppt/fil colors. Woverun-' ~~ " value to $.19,98. ,< V- $10, </ ' CHILD Mqny pretty, tern? left. to , to r l4*/fT y *. HOPE'S FRIINDIY Dl _ * ia» i i ^ t. *£*.*«! < c > V /*

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