Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 15, 1955 · Page 13
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'?,-.!•; -v;-,". httt' REAVES FURNITURE STORE .1 WALNUT MACHINES | $19,9$ tip ith Elm ' phene ^-6840 MOM jf At. JtOM, AUK A HI Ai CLASSIFIED Ad» Must Be th Office Day Before Publication WANT AD RATES Afl Waht Ads or* payable In ddvohce but ads will be accepted ttyef the telephsne and occomoda- ttdn accounts allbwdd with the understanding the account Is bayabl* Wriert statement Is'ren3«red. dumber Df Words Jp to IS tfc to 20 One tumkss TIRES • "^ popular prices EL BALANCING lite J&Twair & SUPPLY '.) to 25 16 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 .60 .75 .90 t.os 1:20 1.35 1.50 Three Doy« .96 1,20 1.50 1.80 2.M 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six Days 1,50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 .5.00 On* Mor»th 4.50 6.00 7~.SC 9.0C 10.50 12.08 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 3 tlnrtJ * lime! 75e per Inch « 6Qc per Inch soc per Inch j |IULLDOZIR WORK imta Clearing-— Dirt Movlnt "Tintf^Pftfld Digging. Call bfct* .fOM DUCKETT ..... 6th it. Phone 7-87* tfaffi** 6 *"^- f MATTRESSES •HI or Made Into lnner*i»rlM| .-.., •• WorjK Guaranteed a-*— On* Day Servian MM DAVIS _t MotffMi C4)> j •.' Elm Street Phttn* 7-S21I WESTERN SHARES TlUv«r«lf led Income Fund us available from . BATES , AGkNf' ' Ark, . J»hom 7-4464 'S SERVICE Hy 67 West of Hope 'ELECTRIC WELDING IV t Vfrt I Done anywhere. Call us. |8ee us for your Car, Truck, n"" Tractor repairs. •r£ as near as your phone" DIAL 7-2767 irmitc Control Co. I'tVVr , 1% BONDED > INSURED «•*!GUARANTEED r " i * * Kfrr 1 _ ' . s}- *ror Free Inspection P ' call A. D. Middlebrooks Jr. " ' e^j-7-2822 or 7-3791 i i -t AILOR MADE COVERS fdV Seat Covers f $23.00 .._„- For Most Cars Plostic Seat Covers $32.50 Cars ^yi'yt'/r^'T*"' ' wi o^y rnake ^wrrorf truck, also cut .i J&r table,'tops. •" t'j^ti •-. ^. , l*i£srvl «•••••• $%n * Salvage Co. *'>•%, ^r«t> 3r«l $tr««»* W 7 PAYS A WEEK .» ,jW«»hburo, $ecy-Tr«b til,* at Tfc. Jf or - ' "•"" Arkanui r H, W.rtifcurn, Hl»or ft Publlihw $' »•"?' **woeiii9 editor **' .S 0 "* 'A*wtW«W Mpnnaw j* W. H»*«1»r, M«h. Supt, 'Ipttoh Rales (payobl* In advance): *> Hope and neighboring _L^WP^ «ww*H *»m>*»*r*«*Mft 25 ""'«- 13.00 Rates a.uoted otWiVe art for con- •scutivo 'nsertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rote. All daily clbssified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more let»er$, 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 Political Announcement The Star Is authorized to an^ hounce that the followihg are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For 1 Mayor 1 B. L. RETTIQ Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE Station. 3rd and' Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. 8-lf Sugar Ray Mokes One Step Up MILWAUKEE Itfl- Sugar Ray Rbbinson, once one of the most feared fighter" in the rihg, won his fourh comeback ifght last night by hammering Ted Olla into a third round TKO defeat. It was he third—ahd most impressive — Victory against one loss for the former welter arid middleweight champion since he came out of retirement in OCto- iday, A0rft IS, FricJoy, April 15, 195$ SPORTS ROUNDUP —By (3AVLE TALB6V Funeral Directors For Sole SAND, Gravel, topsoil, 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. 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. YOUR OATS need nitrate now — We have plenty ammonia ahd 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. 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. 14-6 Boston 2 0 1.000 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. Gfe Boston Cleveland New York Chicago Washington Kansas City Detroit Baltimore 2 0 1.000 2 0 1,000 1 .500 1 1 .500 1 1 1 .500 1 1 2 .333 1 1 2 .3 1 0 2 .000 2 Yesterday's Results Chicago 7. Kansas'City 1 Boston 8, New York. 4 . Cleveland 5, Detroit 3 . Only games scheduled) Today's Games . Cleveland at Detroit New York at Boston • Only games scheduled) NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet.. For Rent UNFURNISHED, newly decorated, six room house. Garage. Garden. 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf THREE room unfurnished apartment, private ba'th, reasona-ble rent. 1311 West Avenue B. Phone 7-3696. is-tf BEDROOM, private bath and private entrance. 319 North Elm. Phone 7>-3391. 13.31 FOUR room house, newly papered, extra large garden near Schoolcy's Store. Old Highway 67 East. $23 a' month.'See Bob •White, Phone 7-2121. - l3-3t 8 x 10 WHITE Enamel, inside an, out, Huffman Walk-in Refrigera tor in excellent condition. Bar gain. Autrey Wilson, Phone 7 "910. 12-6 DESIRABLE thiee loom apait- ment Furnished and bills paid 204 Bonner. ]4-th !NICE THREE 1 room unfurnished apartment, for rent "in nice part of'city. Phone 7-462C. 14-6t •FURNISHED apartment, 320 North Washington St. Mrs. Geo. Sandefur. 7-2125, also 2 front bedrooms for rent. , i4-3t NICE big South bedroom, inner spring mattress, private en. trance. 303 corner South Pine', Phone 7-2115. 14-61 114 ACRES nice level land abou. 85 acres open land, good six room house. Butane, good well two live springs and big barn several big nice shady pine tree; in yard. Its a dream between Prescott and Blevins, presvnt ow ners have lived on place for 4! years. LISTEN folks, If you have timber land for sale call or write olc 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. Jewe! White. Prescott, Ark., Phone 505 OV. 32. ,. ... i3-3 t THREE rooms of household furniture. Priced reasonable. Party leaving town. Phone 7-3342. 321 North Hamilton. l4-3t 100 CHOICE clumps of double hollyhocks. Priced to sell. Also canna roots. Arthur Gray, Ozan 14-6t Female Help Wanted WAITRESS wanted. Apply at the Diamond Cafe. 13-3t Wonted EAR CORN. Hope Feed Co. 14-3t Real Estate for Sale WE SELL — We Buy — We Rent Real Estate. Franklin Company, 106 South Main. 5-1 Mo SIX bedroom, two story house with 2 ] /2 baths. Ideal for rooming house, two blocks from town. Priced right. 521 South Main. W. H. Fincher, phone 7-2209. 14-<H TWO BEDROOM House FHA finance, vacant on Mocking Bird Street. Small down payment and monthlies. Sam Hartsfield. 15-3t SLIGHTLY used, Fairbanks & Morse, deep .well pump complete with 42 Gal. tank, price $50. Mrs. A. Albritton, phone 7-2037. 15-3t Buv OLD RAGS. Call or bring to th Hope Star. Notice INCOMS f AX SERVICE. Compe tent and reasonable. J. W. Strick -jland. 18-tf MOVING? Long Distance Moving All Moving Rates are not the same Call collect 592 Prescott Transfe & Storage Inc, Prescott Ark. Fre Estimate. 4-1 Mo Help Wanted RAWLiEIGH DEALER wanted a once in S. Hempste'ad Co. o. jfope. Good opportunity. See Cor v win Crow. Route 1, Box 30, Nash ville, : Ark., or write today, Raw leigh's, Dept. AKD-C4M05. Mem phis, Tena • J5-1 Wont to WASH Water's HOT Valentine Washeteria SpO West 3rd For All Mokes and Refrigeration Service APPLIANCE REPAIR 210 E. 3rd 7-^809 BgE-T-MITE Termite Control Service Owned £ Operated by GUY GRIGG ONE OF Hope's most beautiful homes. Located in the McDowell addition, on 2/3 of an acre. Large number of big shade trees. Level lawn with St. Augustine grass. This home has three large bedrooms, wall to wall carpet in living room, and hall. Also rubber tile and hardwood floors. 2 baths UMiK Double garage. 2 years old. Shown by appointment only. Phone Pr.-7-4697. 15-6t Chicago Brooklyn Philadelphia Milwaukee St. Louis Pittsburgh New York Cincinnati 3 0 1.000 2 0 1.000 '.0 l.OOQ 1 .500 1 .500 2 .000 2 .000 3 .000 GB 2'/a 3 Yesterday's Results Chicago 6, Cincinnati 4 10 ihn- ings) Brooklyn 10, New York 8 Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 3 St. Louis 8, Milwaukee 7 (11 innings) . Today's Game« Brooklyn at New York Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Only games scheduled) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION WT, Pet. GB .800 . NEW YORKtVP) — While taking! sightings on round Don Cockell ahd' listening to bystanders predict 'dire things for him when he tights Rocky Marciano out in San Francis<: onext month, we suddenly experienced a strange feeling that all this had happened before. It wasn't in a dream either. Back in 1937. they brought over another British carnival attraction named Tommy Farr as a sort ot sacrificial offering to young Joe Louis, the killer. If you think the prdmoters are being given a goihg over for importing the tubby bat tier from Battersea, you jusl should have heard what the ex perts said when they saw the cor rugated ears oft Farr. They said he patestly was a bum who would be lucky to go five with the champion. This made Farr sore and he was a hard man largely in solitude, down on the New Jersey coast. As the time rtdared for the execution, the odds went to 3-1 that Louis would win iby a kayo. We still recall happily that we grab- toed some ot that. The only excuse was that we had seen Farr fight a couple of times in London hnd knew he was a pretty good me'ii. Luckily, we had not seen Louis up to that time and so didn't scare easily. Well, you can look it up. For 15 bruising rounds Louis was given all the right he could handle. The champion never looked like -Stopping the game' Welshnvan, who moved in on him as though he owned him round after round. Joe was forced to put out everything he had; to save his title. Atlanta Memphis New Orleans Nashville Birmingham Mobile Little Rock Chattanooga A 1 3 1 .750 »/> 2 1.667 1 3 2 .600 1 2 2 .500 1'^ 1 2 .33 2 1 .3 ..250 2!£ 1 5 .167 S'/z Awnings Canvas Awnings and rnetal awn ings. Manufacture venetia blinds. Renovating old blinds Rug Cleaning. COOPER-HLANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper 1615 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. April 14-1 Mo services Offered IfATTRESS renovation and innerspring ^ork Cobb Mattrew Co 310 South Wajhlr.gton. Phon« 7-2623. , UK. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Cus torn slaughtering. Phone 7-3361 10-1 Mo FOR water well lervlce, any size or depth, fee or, write O. T Clark, Cale, Ark. 19-tf :NCOMB tax services, 30 years experience. Frank C. DuShane. Office at Oaks Court. Phone 7-5883. 25-1 Mo. COMPETENT INCOME TAX ser vice — Horace Samuels. iOl K. Division. Phone 7-37§6. March 15-1 Mo. iONVALESCENT - AND Nursing Hospital. Reasonable monthly rates. Quiet Neighborhood. Cat erihg to Aged and Convalescent Patients. For information contact Ouachita County Hospital, Camden, Arkansas. Phone Temple 69325. April H Mp. WILL (seep babies or a Child in my home' during the day, Phpne 7-3SiO. 13-3t Steel making facilities 1 have an Yesterday's Res-jits Memphis 9, Little Rock 1 Atlanta 5, Chattanooga 3 New Orleans 13, Mobile^ 3 Birmingham I'l NashviU* 10 . Today's Games Little Rock at Mobile Birmingham at Atlanta Chattanooga at Nashville Only game's scheduled) • By The Associated 'Press TEXA SLEAGUE Dallas 4; Houston 3 San Antonio 9; Fort Worth 0 Tulsa 1; Shreveport 0 Beaumont 9; Oklahoma City 3 New Faces on Southern Club Rosters By The Associated J'rese New faces dominate many Southern rosters this season and he catcher's box has a strange lew narrow look. But nosalgie ans can be happy with one item— Vashville's Sulphurr Dell hasn't changed a bit. The ball park with the neighborly fence in right field still gives pitchers young and old the jiters. NASHVILLE AND Birmingham na g-ers waved toward ihe bullpen 17 times during the past two eve- ninRs while h eVols arid Barons were amassing 41 runs i n6 hours and 26 minutes of diamond mayhem. Birmingham topped last night's base-hit marathon 11-10 after bowing 9-11 to the Vols the night be fore. The bat-handlers mauled the dazed pitchers for 52 hits in the slam-bang series. In slightly quiter premise, Atlanta grabbed sole possession 1 * of the league lead by running its home winning streak over Chattanooga to 14 with a 5-3 decision: Memphis took second place with a 3-1 victory over Little Rock, and New Orleans turned on the power and rose to third by thrashing Mobile 13-3. Birming ham's groggy young pitching platoon moved intb At- nta breathing an earnest appeal that the fences be a little- further •emoved from the bater. But no inch good fortune was jnprospect were braced for an invasion by he Chattanooga Lookouts. Little *ock moved t& Mobile. New Orleans and Memphis were not icheduled. Cubs Going Good, How About Later? By ED WILKS Of The Associated Press .If Stan Hack, the smiling man who manages the Chicago CiSbS; could figure a way to make his guys full-pledged cmpaigners iri- sjfead^ of first-week wonders he rhight be cracking that April gain come September. The Cubs haven't challenged Since 1946, but they're leading the league today, unbeaten in three games and baging out base hits by the dozen. It's a springtime . • madness Hack seems to instill in his land. ij'Hack took over just before the $54 opener, replacing Phil Cavar- rftta who was accused of defeai- 140!£, Hoisington, Kan. outpointed Eddie Brant, 145i/ 2 , Dayton Ohio 10. ism. Stanley at.least got .the Cubs enthused for the first three garnes Tht*y were i-i then, having scorfed 41 runs on 47 hits, including SeVcn homers and. 13 doubles. ' . . . Some of the excitement stayed with the hitters awhile, and the Cubs smacked 83 hits diirriig their, first six games. Yet their record was just 3-3 an dthey he'ver got above .500 again, winding up in sciventh pl&ce. The Cubs were just about eveft with that fast break pace this spring. They've slugged the oppo' sition (St. Louis and Cincinnati) for 42 hits, with six home ruris and 12 doubles. It's the same old crew Hack has worked ut> this spring to do the swinging Randy Jackson, Hank Saner and Dee Fondy with the help of some later day Cubs, Ernie Banks and Gene Baker. Question is, how long can it last, It lasted through yesterday, any- wily, with Hal Jeffcoat, Jackson and Banks giving the Cubs three home runs in the ninth and 10th ihnings to beat winless Cincinnati 6-4. The victory kept. the Cubs a junip ahead of firdolHyn and Philadelphia, also . s'till unbeaten but having;. 'played, but twice! . The Brooks pasted the world champion New York Giant's 10-8, as the Phil-" adelph.ia .Phils' beat Pittsburgh 4-3. 3t... Louis and five home runs bent Milwaukee''8-7 in 11 innings in the other. NL'. garnet , In he; American league. Cleyn- ahd marrecf Detroit's home opener i-3 to keep pace with unbeaten Boston, which beat the New York Yankees 8-4. The Chicago White Sox defeated Kansas City 7-1 on San Consuegra's' three-hitter Sain washed out Baltimore's night :ame at Washington. Roy, Campanula unhappy with lis next-to-last spot in the Brook- yn batting order smashed a three•un homer in the fourth and Don Mewcombe followed with the first t his two long clous to put tbe iants behind for keeps in he ourth. . When Wehmeier took charge for he Phils after Willie Jones' homer ad set off a three-run second and 'beat the -Pirates on six .hits. There were seven home • runs in all as St. Louis opened at home to the-Braves, but Rookie Bill Vir- doh's was ; the big one—hit.off Dave Koslo to win it in he llth. Cleveland got six-hit piching fr6m. Mike Garcia and four hits from Al, Smith, one a two-run homer, to coast past the Tigers. The .. Yanks found they still couldn't do much 'against Willard Nixon, who gpt his fifth straight victory over, the New Yorkers. Elston'Howard became the first Negro, to appear ni a regular season game for the Yankees when he went into left field to replace Irv Hope Pounds Stamps by 10-5Score _ Yesterday at Legion Field, the Big League Stars made it three wins in a row by trouncing Stamps High School 10 to 5. Stamps got off to a fast start by .picking up three in the first ining but didn't tally again until the last-when they scored twice. ' Hope scored four in the first when Jerry Fant led off with a S'ingle, Paul Huddleston followed with another, Wayne Johnson walked and Ralph Wiggins tripled off the right center field, fence Bruce Duke's single brought 'Wiggins home. Hope grabbed two more in the second when Steve Marlar walked Johnson singled and Wiggins banged a double to deep right center In the fifth, Wiggins led off with another two bagger, Ken Jones sfn- gled him home, then Johnny Lingo's sigle moved Jones to third arid both scored on Jerr Fant's triple. Hope's final tally came in the seventh on Wayne Johnson's triple and Ralph Wiggin's double. Ralph Wiggins led the hitting with three doubles and a triple in four times at the plate followed by Wayne Johnson with a Jerry Fant had a triple: and single an 'four times. . •• -... 'Paul Huddleston, in making .his first start of .the season, held the Stamps nine_to three hits and did some .very nice clutch pitching. The locals will play Spring Hill High school-at 3:45 this afternoon and take on Nashville High'School at the same time Monday afternoon. Both games are at home. Segregation Causes Court Revolution By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON W—Other revolutions may have been hatched in cellars' but one of the biggest in American history—a social revolu tion—is being worked out in he Supreme Court. There was nothing eandlestine about this one: The nine justices made their decision—that racial segregation in public schools must end—in full view and in accerd- ance with the Constitution. Cartoons picture revolutionaries : hair, unshaven faces, eyes. The nine dignified are the exact opposite:. Noren, 'thumbed out of the game with Hank Ba'uer in a disputed play. Howard singled and drove in one of the eighth inning runs. neatly groomed and relaxed irt their long blark gowns. But they are hot detached behind their bench. So far their decision is merely at. Now they must decide how, and when their ruling is to become a reality in every state Swhich has had some form ot separation between white and- Negro schools. There can be no doubt of the revolutionary effect of school integration on rela'lions between thi races in the south. White arid Negro children, growing up in the same classrooms, are .bound tit have different attitudes from th'eir ancestors. There is no indication wheti. th«f court will lay down the • ground rules for ending two school systems. It has a triple problem an'd all it can hope for is that its' answers are wise: 1. To find a way which will compel the states to end segregation. 2. To do it in a way which, While integraion is being carried out, will keep conflicts between the races to a minimum. 3. To do it in a way which will preserve, for the benefit of the country, respect for the court and ts authority through compliance ay the states. The justices are between two ntcnse fires: The insistence of Negroes that segregation must 'be ended by no later than '.September 1956; ' and the plea of the states, which suggest no time left at all, to take it easy. .... -.. •:.. , The justices themselves, 'know * they are under the microscope ot the nation. They may take ,a longer view than the Negroes' lawyers who want a single school system- no later than the fall of 1956. The court may give the South more time than hat. Bu.it carino offer a solution which drags ou desegregation too long :withou leaving itself open to severe criticism outside he South. . < But this is not a one-way street v The Southern states themselves, knowing therei s a limit to how much they can defy the court arid constitutional processes without endangering the country are under national observaion, too. ' The story of integration may 'be so far from being over that it is only really beginning. The reaction and compliance of the Southern states, and the people in them, will have to be revealed as integration \ is put in motion. - v DOCTOR DIES CAMDEN (UP) — Services n ^ be held at 3 p. m. today for Dr. Charles M. Plunkett, 83, who died yesterday in a hospital here. Dr. Plunkett was a native ' t>f Calhoun county and a graduate oT the University of Arkansas Medical School. .He began his medjcal practice at Elliott in 1904. 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