Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 19, 1955 · Page 8
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rime Wl S; WALNUT ' IHMK SIWINC CtNTtR ICD MACHINES $19.95 iip 6lm vM .j..« tOiltess , r pHces' BALANCiNO wait - 'SUPRLY WORR ^r Dirt Movlnt Digging. Call tOM DUCKFTT *£\L. MATTRESSES «r Mkde Into lnn«rt»rlM "'I..! Work Guaranteed ^ft-s $99 StyJt"* 1 ** ~~ Ptjmhvr* It MaHNM,C«. •, <mtin «tr««t Phon* 74211 ERN SHARES iMIed Income Fun* ;tut avallabl* from M. S. BATES ILECTR1C *Hft >borfe ''anywhere. Call us. ti«"f6f-your Car-KTruck, repairs. phone> r-, > it - , -iL -, jrrnitc Control Co. Srjitf*? ^'/ ' ,'•> > T 1RED -•GUARANTEED v*S r .F«e Inspection ?" Wl *f *i . 'call < • LA. D. Middlebrooki Jr. iPl^hJs'"7-2822 or 7^3791 Most Cars Plartic Seat Covers ; , For Most Cars GLASS l?ln|faHed v for any make i tr i Jck ' also cut !e tops, WJS v ^ ^« -*«< *• IWYLIE i Glqt • ft Salvage Co. W«tf SrH S»ri*» 7 DAYS A WEEK Hope Star it, every weekday afternoon II nmnHuw co. I, .P*l*itr/<Pr«>ld«n» H..W««htMr B , Sc w^»ft Th> Iter SHlUI tf|Tl4 IfuMi Wolnut ^f^' — CLASSIFIED Ad* Mu«t Be In Office O«y Before Publication WANT AD RATES All Wont Ads ot« poyobl* If! advance but Od» will 'be accepted over the telephone and oecortioda- t!8n 6ci*ouhts altowed wlfh the urt- derstanding the account li paydbl* when itatement l»" rendered. Bjf Word* la to 15 S to 20 ) to 25 16 to 30 li to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 td 50 One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 135 J.SO TH?ee Doyi .90 1 20 1.60 1 80 2.10 2.40 2,70 3.00 SI* Doyi 1.50 2.00 2.30 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 Ort* 4.50 6.00 7.50 £00 tO.50 2.0J 3.SO 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY '! 'time ......... > ............. >> P^r meh 3 tiroes ..» ......... i ......... . 60c per inch 6 tlrrtei . . 50c per . Inch Rates quoted above ate for eon- tecutlva Insertions. Irregulor or skip- dd»e ads will take the One-day rate. "'All doily classified advertising copy Wtll be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the followlno day. • The publlsMers reserve the right to reVlse or edjt oil advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising tub- mltted • Initials of one or more letferi, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count, as ona word, The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unleti errors ore called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of. ad and then .for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 JNE SUPER SERVICE Station. 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced: See S. L. MUrphy for details. ' ' 8-tf BABY CttlCkS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Danny Hamilton, i04 East 2nd. March 15-1 Mo. Funeral Director! OAKCREST Funeral Home. Ihsur ance . . . Ambulance. 2nd &. Hazel ... Phone 7-2123. 13-J Mo. HERNDON-CORNEL1US 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. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf THREE room unfurnished apartment, private bath, reasonable rent. 1311 West Avenue B. Phone 7-3696. 18-tf DESIRABLE three room apartment. Furnished and bills paid 204 Bonner. 14-th NICE THREE room unfurnished ^apartment, for rent in nice par of ,city. Phone 7-4626, 14-6t FURNISHED apartment, 320' North Washington St. Mrs. Geo. Saride iur. 7-2125, also 2 front bedrooms for I'ent ' '', 14-3' NICE big South bedroom, winner spring mattress, private 'en trance. ,303 corner South Pine Phone 7-2115. ' 14-8 DUPLEX unfurnished 3 rooms bath. Near town. Newly decoral ed, reasonable. Phone 7-2170. • . - 16-; The Star Is authorized to ah- nounce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections; For MiaVdf B. L.^RETTlG Business For Lease fcy the Associated National Leagut w 1 pet. GB 7 0 1.000 4 2 .077 2\' a 4 2 .067 2'/ 2 2 3 .571 3 3 3 .500 3',4 2 3 .286 5 Brooklyn Philadelphia Milwaukee Chicago St. Louis New York Cincinnati Pittsburgh 2 5 .2RG 5 0 6 .000 6V 2 Yesterday's RenuUs Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 2 New York 12, Pittsntirgh 3 Milwaukee 2, Chicago 1 Cincinnati 7, St.. Louis 4 Cleveland Has Another Row of Murderers By ED WILKS Of The Associated Press Cleveland's Imliptis have a real Murderer's Row six hatchet men who keep swinging until thej gel the other guy's scalp. If one slugger doesn't ett Ine job done, the n-?:<t guy might.. If he doesn't, the oth-nr clubbers are lined up for their whacks. All of which gives Manager Al Lopez the guranleed payoff of a savings bond. 1 Witn Al Smilh/Bob- For Sole SAND. Gravel, topsofl, fill dlit. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. April 15-1 Mo. YOUR OATS need nitrate now — We have plent.y -ammonia and nitrate soda, also all kinds fertilizers. J. W. Strickland. MARCH 19-1 'MO. Today's -Games Pittsburgh at New York Brooklyn at Philacie.phin Chicago at Milwaukee Cincinnati at St.' Ltaiis SOUHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB Birmingham fl 3 .025 5 3 .625 4 3 .571 V. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Memphis New Orleans Mobile Atlanta Nashville Chattanooga Little RIack Bos'.on Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit Washington Kansas.'-'City Baltimore 5 1 .883 6 2 .714 % 4'2 .067 1 S 2 .GOO I'/, 3 3 .500 2 2.2 .500 2 \ 5 ..167 4 • 0.6 .000 5 BABY CHICKS best grade laying and broiler typ'e. Hope Feed Company. Phone 7-2547. Mr. 24-lmp. DAHLIAS Tube Roses, No. 1 Gladioli — separate colors. Mont's .Seed Store. 14-6t 8 x 10 WHITE Enamel, inside and out,; Huffman Walk-in Refrigerator in excellent condition. Bargain. Autrey Wilson, Phone 72910. 12-6t Yesterday's Results New York 6, 'Baltimore 0 Cleveland U, Kansas City 9 (Only' Games scheduled) Today's Games •Cleveland at- Kansas-City • Washington at Boston (Only games scheduled) 4 3 .571 5 4 .556 V; 4 5 .444 V/., J 0 .400 ? 2 6 .250 3 Yesterday's Results Mobile'15, Littlo Rock 3 Memphis 103, New Orleans 5-11 Chattanooga 8, Birmingham 1 Atlanta 12, Nashville 2 Today's Gnmes Little Rock at New Orleans. Chattanooga at Birmingham nieht . Nashville at Atlanta night; Memphis at Mobile, night. TEXAS LEAGUE Braumont 4; Houston 3 Oklahoma City 3; Dallas I-'of-t Worth 5; Tu'.sa 1 Sun Antonio 10; Shrovoport 6 by Avil. Larry Doby, Al Rosen, Ralph Kiner and Vic V/ertz swinging for him. he's shooting for a seco'nd straight American League pennant with loaded dice. Cleveland's hatchet men have knocked in 29 of the Tribe's 36 runs thi sseason. with the big four of the wrecking crew —. Doby. Rosen, Kiner and Wortx — driving in 19. What they can do to the opposition . was evident on opening day.'Chicago's Virgil Trucks . bore down to fan- Kiner with the bags leaded in the first, only to find Wcrtz next at the plate. Wcrtz singled home two runs and the Tribe was.off to a 5-1 victory. Last night at Kansas City. Ewell Blackwell got the treatment. He came it on the ninth for the A's, who had clubbed five homers themselve:-, for an 8-0 lead after four frames. When Blackwell arrived, Cleveland had swung back to a mere 9-8 rleilc't. A walk and a hit batsman put Blackwell.in trte hole. But he struck out Smilhanil got Avila to pop up. Then he had Doby to face. Blackwell got as far as a '3-2 coiint and the next pitch was swatted 375 feet over iho right field fnnce. That was it. Cleveland had it 11-8, moving to within half «-. game of the American .League leader, Boston, which was idle; • There were only two games played in the league. The ether, also' a'.nighter, saw the New York Yankee's Whitey Ford s,et down Baltimore on thrae .un3is3:6-0 PS the Orioles, -stiil winlsss, lost their sixth. The National had a full slate. Brooklyn stayc-rl .unbeaten with a five-run sixth that beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2 for" the Dodgers' seventh victory: and Cincinnati got rid of Vic Raschi quick Castoff Lets Barons Get Only 7 Hits By VERNON BUTLER Of The Associated Press Revenge is n-iily heady stuff. Chattanooga righthander Spud Murray decklurl tuday. reflecting on his vengeance against the Birmingham B.u-.jns. Muvrny. a 1053 Baion \vhc was sold down (he rivsr to Montgomery, spun a ;io;>t seven hitter in his first crack at ths; team that didn't think he was gocd enough. His cool, 'oir.;r.ie : ;«liko performance achieved agninsi a -lineup loarlod with lefthaiT.lcd batters, knocked the Barons out of sole occupancy of the Southern Association top spot. Murrav nisi tormented the to beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-4. Both were night games. In an afternoon pair, the New York Giants whipped Pittsburgh 12-3 and Milwaukee slipped past the Chicago Cubs 2-1. Barons with his: bat. clubbWg 4 double and a triple in Chattanooga's 8-1 victory which checked a Birmingham winning streak a. four straight. • • Memphis scrambled into a tie with Birmingham for the lead. v.irmg 10-5 fro-n New Orleans in the windup of Su'iriay's suspended game and drnpplnu the «8»»nj scheduled aff.iir 11-3. Mobile hlf> its best hitting night nf the seasort in walloping Little Rock 15-3 and Atlanta- slugged Nashville 12.2. Kelly Jack Swift retired thiee New Orleans Pelican.-, in a row .to complete the suspended game in ft few minutes. But the tall Memphis veteran tired aftr five innings ol the other gamo and issued three consecutive bases on bolls after yielding a triple to Pel catcher Danny Kravitz. -.. Fights Last Night By The Associated Pres9 Brooklyn — Gene Poirer, 144 I ,' 2 , Niagara Falls, N. Y., stopped Johnny Busso, 141vi, New York, 3. New York—Mi!o Savage, \'n\i, Salt Lake City, outpointed Bobby Eoyd, 157'/ 4 - .Chicago 10. LIGHTING FIXTURIS Protect your eyesjbht and enhance the,beauty of your home wltn.'Cor- rect lighting fixture*. ALLEN . ELECTRIC C?0.« 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2629 (1 I 100 CHOICE clumps of double hollyhocks. Priced to sell. Also canna roots. Arthur Gray, Ozan 1 ' 14-et SIX bedroom, two story house'with 2M. baths. 'Ideal for rooming house, two blocks from town. Priced-right. 521 South Main. tV. H. Fincher, phone 7-2209. 14-6t TWO 'BEDROOM House FHA finance, vacant on Mocking Bird Street. Small down payment and monthlies-. Sam Hartsfield. 15-3t ONE OF Hope's most beautiful homes. Located ;in the McDowell addition-, on 2/3 of an acre.'Lar- ,ge number of bie 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 (!%)': Double garage. 2 years old. Shown by . appointment only. Phone Pr. 7-469^ 15-Gt FOUR room house, x 4 acres 1 Emmet. 'Rent $15 month. United Farm Agency. Phone 7-5883. . 19-3t 1500 large Bois D' Arc post, fresh cut, priced right. Hunt's Store, 6 miles South on Spring Hill road.' , ' 18-3t FOUR room house and bath. Natural gas. Garden, pasture for cow on Experiment 'Road. 'Phone 7-2253, Wewt Pentecost. 19-3t TWO bedroom furnished apartment on East Second St. Close in. Phone 7-3329. : 19-3t TOMATO • -plants — six varities wilt resistant, 30c a dozen or 4 doz. $1. Campbell's Flower Shop, 1804 South Elm. 16-3t Lo»» SILVER tie pin with'topaz. Phone 1 7-2210. 19-lt INCOME TAX SE-RVICE. Competent and reasonable. J. W. Strick-; land. . «-tt MOVING? Xong ^Distance Movin-g. All Moving Rates are not the^ame. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer & Storage. Inc. Prescott Ark. Free EsUmate. 4-1 Mo. .W.rtbiirn, I^Uor « PublldW ManaflW , Mcch. $upt, ' n Of«(f» i Act of 9, •f *h* Audit Circulation* fw ^^.^,,.,.i Rates (payobl* In od- vonce): -fy'Vptler In'Hope ond'fwiahborlnfl tffi '* towni-^- .—— —• *- «w H l ft AA H«.^...* ......»..,..«.. t&9 ........v.... 13.00 r.. 1 " 'H«i"P*»S«*,.. Nevodq, Notice Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and inner- •prlng work Cobb MattreM Co. 8i« South Waiblngton. Phone 7-2C2J. Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom •laughtering, Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. FOB water well service, any size or depth, see or write O. T. Clark, Cale, Ark. CONVALESCENT AND Nursing Hospital. Reasonable monthly rates. Quiet Neighborhood. Catering to Aged and Convalescent Patients. For information contact Ouacliita County Hospital, Carn- den, Arkansas. Phone Temple 69325. April 1-1 Mo. WATER WELL Drilling any depth or size, O. T. Clark and Son C, R. Clark, Cale, Ark., 203 East Ave. B. Hope, Ark. April 18-1 Mo. For AIIMokoi and Refrigeration Service APPLIANCE REPAIR 210 E. 3rd 7-2809 GOOD Jersey milch cow with calf. Inquire at Hunt's Store 6 miles. South on Spring Hill Road. 18-3t. Real Estate tor Sole WE SEL'L — We 'Buy — We Rent Real Estate. Franklin '^Company, 106 'South-Main. ' 5-1 Mo. Help Wanted BE INDEPENDENT . Sell Raw- Jeigh Prpduots in S. Hempstead Co. or Hope. See Co;'win Cr'o'w, Route 1, 'Bbx 30, Nashville, Ark, Write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKD- C41^D, Memphis, Tenn. 19-lt Awnings Canvas Awnings and metal awnings. 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. Wanted to Buy OLD RAGS. Call or bring to . the Hope Star. 8-M The Negro Community By Helen Turner Rhone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mlsi Turner at Hick* Funeral Horn* Charley Grcathouse of McNab died in a local hospital Monday, April 18. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Termite Control Service Own«d A Operot«d by GUYGRIGG ftrwlct policy fOf *9«Hi Main $f, 7*9449 *r ,,...., B. B. Chapter Order of the Eastern Star No. 412 will meet Wednesday night, April 20, at BeeBee Memorial CME Church at 7:30 p. m. Asking all members to be present., Robert Davis of Stephens died at his home Monday, April 18. Funeral arrangements are incomplete, Yerger Band Mother's Club will meet Thursday night, April 21. at 7:30. At the regular meeting place. The Arkansas Beauticians' ciation >lil sponsor 9 dan<?» .at the American Legion Hut. Tuesday night, April 19. Admission 75c advance, at dpor $1.00 t XI •Li. «^ 1'ff ^ '* ' •,' „• \ ,', , ,, .0 r~£><V ,'',- '"-"" ;',",-~~-"~;r"S' ""T"'"; , ,' t \ «' • - .'',,.: '•£•'£. . . , ' ' -*i" " " ff y >, ' i J ,i v / f f f fS'J f f ff f t'f f ft*t ttf j t f * • v , ••'-<, '- ,; »v><> ; -& ?i3""','' '•' ' ;,'>/' -<:,,/;*-'' 'i-:i :?* '; -< • . ',,-> "• .,'• , ',,"'' ' ' " , <>/; - - - "W „ //..si,,/ & -j-v--; '"' ' ""/' '• '\\ ' '" ?<?,,ls,'-,'t::?«}*'•'•.' " ' •/ j* " I^^^U^V'"^ '""" 5 - "- O America's newest lowest smartest 4-door Sedan Newest model in Mercury's Montclair Series lets you enjoy "hardtop" beauty with 4-dopr convenience It's the newest Mercury of them all—the Montclair 4-door Sedan, and the photograph shows you that not one bit of the original Montclair hardtop beauty has been lost. It has the same dramatic lowness—only 58M inches from road to roof.. And see how convenient it is to get in and out, Everyone who .admires hardtop styling, but wants the roominess and convenience of a 4-door model, can now eat his cake, and have it too! 198-hp Super-Torque V-8 with dual exhausts Seldom has an engine caused as much enthusiastic comment from -auto -editors. And once you drive a Montclair, you'll see why. It gives you instant, on-the-spot pickup at every speed—from zero tosuper-liighway limits. ; A four-barrel carburetor, unique new high- compression spark plugs, and dual exhausts are yours at no extra cost. Features like these are usually extra on medium-priced cars. Exclusive new power lubrication gives Mercury widest choice of power features The Mercury Montclair offers a new optional 'power feature—power lubrication. And it's exclusive with Mercury in the medium-price field. You push a button on the dashboard and vital parts of your car are. automatically lubricated. You can also : chaose optional power steering, power windows, power brakes, 4-way power seat and Merc-0-Matic Drive. ' ' Why not come in and see this newest Mercury? It costs a lot less than you think. And your present car is'worth a lot more than'you think'on a trade-in at your Mercury dealer's. IT PAYS TO OWN A mtRtURY -FOR FUTURE STY1ING, SUPER POWER THE TRADING POST 321 S. Laurel Your Uncoln Don't mllMhe bl<| tSRSw hit, "TOAST OF TH| TOWN" «*«? Jto 1 Dealer Hope, Ark. und«y yv«ln 9 , 7:QO t« 8:00. WitlorT^iyiC.Ty, Channel 6 ''" YuWrfay/ Xprfl' H; IfSl ' BtONDII ITA», HOPI, A ft ft AN* A I ••Chkfc IVE GOT A SPLITTING HEADACHE-I'LL LIE DOWN AWHILE WITH THIS COLD CLOTH OVER MY EVES flf^ &t*f K IKK Singing Star Answer to Previous Puizft' ACROSS 3 Peruse anew 1 Singing star, 4 Of (suffix) - Lanza ?£ erea l grai " s 6 He is a _ G Mounds used 11 Amphitheaters by golfers 13 Tranquil ! 14 Rounded ; 15 Rigid ,, 8 Packed in graduated ! 10 Pedal digit n f er , ies . „ ; 17 Sudanese 9 Lake in New ' Negroids '19 Cravat 20 Ardor 22 Yes (Sp.) 23 Sleeping ' : places '24 Famous garden 28 Satellite . . 42 Promenade 30 Moccasin ;. , 44 Former York 10 Schemes 12 Observes 34 Antenna .' -Russian rulers ; 13 Female saint 35. Swagger " ' •,46 Oriental coins (ab.) ' 30 Organ of : 47 Indian (van). 18 Narrow inlet .'hearing ;.48peparts , -"'.: 21 Sea nymph 38 Type of fur '51 .DirriinutlVe '61 gnrcien 23 Prohibited 39 Small fish Sidney SGArmed fleet 25 Gl ' anul . ar snow40 German . 53 New Guinea"; 29 Corded fabric 27 Crlmson misters-; '.. ^prt ' ', ': 32 Uncle Tom's 33 Put on 37 Require 40 Drove 41 Part of "be" 13 Mild oath 45 Age 6d Scrawny JV ; person 49 Written form 50 Light washer 52 Girl's name 54 City in Wisconsin 55 Term used in horseshoes 50 Winter vehicles DOWN 1 Dull finish 2 Interstice | II 14 Ib il) V *». ty. W •h: I tt $ 3 A t i^ d a y. % 5 I/ M & ^ > IZ ^ ^ * ^ W-. IB tb m % •> $ b p r/ 31 SJ. ^ / 5z. •• V| b: m ^ . 37; ^ *: ".- -"'*> f-.', 7- ';. m & 3 ^ ^. '':] :-i » 1? * • » W-. ^ • 9 »r ••• "19. . 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ALLEY OOP ^. . .... , ...THAT Wi _. .„_„ TNrWHWB GETS V ARE ABOUT TO ? ^£JT;tH' ! 1nME- 'vVHpTi.MEAfJ-. /ACrtlEVE A PHVSIO- f- ....-.....-._ .....•!_..,__,» v.i— ATTRIBUTE THAT ! HAS EUJDEP'MAN THROUGH. ALL TIME... off by mistake!"* «V Nadlne Selxer '^*?.'*!W-N!t^«MK^U*^ " " t —5™ 5 r ^UI^T MAO A ; STQBY oy MARTHA W^YNI 'BketN^I^ WHAT'S WITHY0U ANB ^;^1ifali,^Jj^^v^^.' a»i'ifa^4;^-rf;

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