Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 27, 1955 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 27, 1955
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"""' IS , NITURE _. it 1 WALNUT S«w!ng Course rfeherse of new lhg Mdehi/ie/ SEWING CENTER ( Elm Phone ?<Sft40 A > K A M i A 1. ^ ™ ™ ^* ** CLASSIFIED ii fum'n • TT • Aril Mu*t §« In mitt D»y fetfof« f*ubllc.tlort IIILISI Tlfttl Rile you wait ,tmi& SUPPLY NY, I"* - LLD02ERWORK J Clearing I* Olrt Movliif h^rPond bliftlnfe. Call TOM DUCKFTT It * Phone 7-87M tfufttoit 3f ward* US.fb 15 [f tt'20 l^ ta as 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 ;0ni Day .45 ;«0 ' .75 .90 J.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 WANT AD RATES All W<J*f Aft of* boyoble MI rtft but 6ds will be accepted the telephpn* dnd occowoda- .._.. Occount* allowed with the un- o^fc-ndlf* ;»h* accent tt poyabl* "* fcfotftrttenf' It ~ ^rtcfeMJtJ, Thre* Six Oi* D6** Ddyt Mottfh •>0 1.30 4.50 1.20 2.00 6.00 1.50 2.50 7,§0 1.60 3.00 9.0C 2.10 3.SO JO.SO 2.40 4.00 12.00 2.70 4.50 13.50 3.00 5.00 . 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY MATTRESSES I or Mad* Into IHn •»*»¥!«» • AMottr •tTMl M Work Qu*r*nt*«tf Oiw Day 8*fvlM >.^ DAVIS JrtMC*. Phon* 74I1I • ............... 7Sc per Inth -•"-..•" Wc-iJef Inch . ................ SOc per inch Rotti aueted obove ore for eon- meftlons. Irregulor or .klp- ..W'll t6ke the. one-day rote. .All dally elosilfled odvertlslng copy will be accepted unta 5 p. m. for publlcort&rt tfie followlnfl doy. The publisher reierve the right to revls* pr edit oil advertisements of- wrsd for publication and to reject any ob|«cflonQble. 6dvertl*lnfl »ub- mitted Initial* of one or more letters, groups or flgurej such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. .The Hope Star will not be respon- •ible for errors in Wont Ad« unless -error* or* called" to our attention ?"er riRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Political Announcement the Star Is authorized to an- «°«"fe that the following are candidates for public office subject to' the afction of thl Democratic primary Elections: Per Mayor , B. t. RfeTTIQ KENNETH HAMILTON For Sole For Rent I WESTERN SHARES I^DIvtralfled Income Puntf ' ' avcllpbT* from M.S. BATES AOBNT -' 7-44M 'OP t 'S SERVICE Weit*ef WELDING - anywhere. Call- u*. u* for your Car, Truck, Tractor repair*. rwATV3/l7 r phone " UNPt ed,/s SAND, Gravel, topsofl, fill dirt." Phone 74§92, A. L. Park. April 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Danny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. April 15-1 Mo. rERTILIZER, ammonia, and nitrate soda. Cheap for cash. J. W. Strickland. April 21-1 Mo. TOMATO PLANTS, flower plants, Perry Winkle and Double Hybis- cus, Saiva, Snaps, Margerite Daisies, and Petunias. Campbell Flower Shop. 25-3t 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 TO CdTJPLE, nicely furnished 2 room and bath cottage apar.t-l ment. Electric Refrigerator. 917 "W. 6th phone 7-4345. 25-3t SPINET" PIANO --. ponsjbje local party can save large sum on lovely Spinet, $44.00 will handle and then low monthly Rayments. Write before we send truck— CREDIT- MANAGER.JOP- LIN PIANO' COMPANY, 312 MAIN.' , JOPLIN. MISSOURI. ! 26-4t Real Estate for Sale WE SELL — We Buy — 'We -Rent Real Estate. Franklin Company, 106 South Main. . 5-1 Mo. STATE CERTIFIED potato plants for sale. Por.to .Rico, Red Velvet, all gold, and red gold. W. B. Porterfield McCaskill, Ark. 26-6t Lemon Hits Form Early for Indians By CARL LUND<SUISf United i»f«!«» Specu Wrltef If Cleveland's - other pitcher could approach the early season brilliance of Bob Lemon, the in dions not only would be a good be to win the pennant again but they might top their record 1954 total o 111 victories! liemon. with four straight victories, is off to th finest start of US 10-year pitching career with he Indians. But unless some of heir other heralded huflers get in he groove shortly, there may be rouble ahead. . , . At the moment, Lemoh is .the only Cleveland pitcher who has won more games than he hds lost, Mike Garcia is 1-2 and the other member of the big three, Early Wynn, has been laid up with en- flucnza and hasn't even started jet. Rookie Herb Score and Art Houtteman are each at 1-1 and Bobby Feller is 0-1 with a de feat in his only start. Lemon personally made sure of his fourth triumph against Wash-! Jngton Tuesday, winning a nine hitter, 3-2, on the margin of hi fourth inning homer. Bobby .Avil also hit a Cleveland homer. Los ing pitcher Mickey McDermol gave up only five hits but walke eight. Both he and Lemon struc out six. McDermott made thre hits and stole a base. The Yankees gained another Su perb pitching effort from Bob Tui ley, who pitched a one-hitter, th first in the majors this season, sub duing the White Sox, 5-0, for hi third straight victory. He. struck out 10 batters and missed his no hitter when 'Sherman Lollat sin By the Associated Press tot Springs .El Dorado jreenville Vtonroe Pine Bluff Vicksburg W L Pet. GB 1 0 i.OOO 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 0 1 .000 i/ 2 0 1 .000 "4 0 1 .000 Y«sterdays Result* Hot Springs 12; Pine Bluff 6 El Dorado 14; Mohroe 3. Greenville 6; Vicksbutg y Games Today Pine Bluff at Hot Springs, night El Dorado at • Monroe, night Greenville at Vicksburg, night NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. OB 11 2 .840 74 .030 3 frooklyn rlilwaukee Louis hlcago hiladelphia 'ew York) incinnati ittsburgh 6 4 600 3'/ 2 75 .583 3'/ 2 6 C .'500 4'/ 2 5 0 . .455 5 2 10 .167 8>/2 l . 1 8 .111 8 Chorltt Battles Holmon Tonight MIAMI'.BEACH. Fla. W — Ez- zarid Charles, former world's heavyweight boxing champion, and John Holman, a "hungry" fighter, square off tonight in a 10-round bout at the City auditorium. CBS will telecast at 9 p. m.. ESf. dharles, 33-year-old veteran of 100 fights, • hopes to work his way back to a title shot at Rocky Marciano. He was beaten twice last year in attempting to dethrone the champion. Molman, 27-year-old Chicago Negro, will be making his first start against a "big name" opponent. It Will be his. 38th fight in a'10 year ring Career. Charles, who fights out of Cincinnati,' is a fancy boxer 'and knocked out 55 of his opponents in winning 87 fights. He has lost 11 en'd 2 ended as draws. He is ex- Elected to weigh in at 190' pounds and will be giving away 10 pounds. Holman's chief claim to fame is .hat he knocked out Cesar Brion iere earlier this year, the first ime 'Brian • was flattened. Brion lad gone the limit with both Charles and Joe Louis. . • o e.ll on ouf long experience now. ARKADELPHIA TERMITE GO, 1032 Main Street Phone 1057 ARKADtLPHlA ARKANSAS WE SERVE FORTUNES ICE CREAM tHlS IS THE HIGHEST QUALITY Pti ond £ Gallons to go. WE FEEL SURE YOU WILL LIKE OUR DRINKS AND SERVICE MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE 102 W. 2nd WARD & SON DRUGGIST Phone 7-2292 Services Offered Awnings • jjUn >, lite Control Co. BONDED INSURED : I;'For Free" Inspection 1 " call " et Jr <7-282Tor~ 7-3791 . Awriingi 'and metal a\vn- ings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. COOPER-BLANKENSHIP Fprmerly Riley Cooper 1615,Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. .April 14-1 Mo. MATTRESS renovation and inner* §prlng work. Cobb Mattreu Co. South Wmjhington. Phone 7-2823. Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, CUB- torn slaughtering. Phone ••7-3381. 10-1 Mo. Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. Ii. Murphy,ior details. / •'',-. 8-tf 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 1-1 Mo. Funeral Directors TAILOR MADE • , Strow Seat Covers „ For Most Cars Plastle Seat Covers $32.50 vFor-Most, Cars GlairA Salvage Co. *»*# OAKCREST Funeral Ilome. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd Se Hazel ... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. WATER WELL Drilling any depth or, size, O. T. Clark and Son C. R. Clark, Gale, Ark., 203 East Ave. B. Hope,,Ark. : •'>' . , '/"? April 18-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Fuaeral Home and Burial 'Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone (7-5570 or 7-5505. ' ' r 28-1 Mo. Notice MOVING? Longdistance Moving. All Moving Rates ;are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer St Storage Inc. Prescott Ark. Free Estimate. 4-1 Mo. SEE Jess Morris for custom slaughtering and cold storage at Community Ice. Phone 7-2244 or .7-3478. ' April 22-1 Mo. gled with two out in the second inning. .Turley also walked nine but stranded seven men on base In other A m e r i c a n League games, Detroit edged Baltimore 3-2 when Al Kaline broke up the game with a leadoff homer in the ninth and Kansas City defe.atec Boston, 8-7, in 11 innings when Jim Finigan singled'home the win- nig run after Joe Astroth had tripled. Lefty Johnny Antonelli struck out nine Braves and gave up only three hits -in a 3-2 Giant ^ triumph over his old mates from Milwaukee. The Giants picked- up only five hits but bunched four singles with a. walk .off. Bob ,Buhl in the first inning for all-of their runs. Buhl gave up another'hit in the second inning but thereafter he and xelievers Dave Jolly 'and Warren Spahn pitched Jiitless". bail. Yesterday's Results New York 3, Milwaukee 2 Cincinnati at Brooklyn (ppd, rain) ' Chicago at Pittsburgh (ppd, rain St. Louis at Philadelphia - (ppd, rain) Today's Games Milwaukee at New York " ' Chicago at Pittsburgh .. St. Louis at-Philadelphia (night): Cincinnati at Brooklyn 'night) H AMERICAN LEAGUE-W 'L Pct/.GB New York Chicago Boston Cleveland Detroit Washington Kansas City Baltimore 8 4 6 4 7 • 5 .583 7 5 .583- .687 .600 65- .545 l>/ 2 5 6 ' .455 2'i> 4 7 '.364 3'/2 3 10 : .210 5M; , APRIL 28th IS... Its time'to geKthat new straw, and tune-up your spring and . summer-wardrobe You'll, find it no problem to get just the right straw from,Herbert Burns. Come in and select yours from the largest .stock we have ever shown. Yesterday's Results New York 5, Chicago 0 Cleveland 3, Washington. 2 Detroit 3, Baltimore 2 . Kansas City 8, Boston 7". All other National League games were rained out. Male Help Wanted Jess-Morris for custom slaughtering and cold storage at Community Ice Co. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo. We Are Dealers of Dura Craft Aluminum Boats Mhoon's Jewelry Store Hope Star TAKE HOME HICKORY SMOKED BAR-B-Q BURT'S 1 Rear of A&P Store • Desk Fans • Westln0house Airconditlpner • Window Fans • Attic-Fans Johnson & Rettig Electric Co. 919 W. 2nd Ph. 7-2155 RELIABLE MAN WANTED I will be in Hope soon to interview pppUcants for a pert manent and extremely profitable connection, with a reliable company, operating nationally. Business experience not required, as you will do no selling. To qualify for this opening you must: : 1. Reside in Hope or nearby. 2. Be honest and ambitious. 3. Supply good references. 4. Be prepared to act immediately. 5. Have at .least $1,250,00 to $2,650.00 working capital to start with. •6. Be in good health, although your age is not important. If you - can qualify on all of the above six points write at once giving address and phone number to . Divisional Manager Post Office: Box 57 Oklahoma City. Oklahoma 25-3t Oklahoma Is m Trouble With NCAA Today's Games ';•• New York at Chicago- Washington at Cleveland Boston ait Kansas .City. Baltimore at Detroit. iOUTHERN ASSOCJAT.IQ.N W L Pet .GB Lost SMALL tan shaggy dog with colla: Answers to name Felix. Ca Edna Ramsey, 7-2289. 27-i Hi B. Luck Highway f7 W«tt LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Up 9f City Limit* W«»t M GcllQn Wattr B*rr*li for Ml* Phon* 74991 Hop*, Ark, For AH Mokei and Refrlgeratlpn REPAIR 210 E, 3rd 7.8809 BEE-T-MITE Termite Owned Servict d by GUY GRIGG Travelers Attack Only 474 Customers By VfiRNON BUTLER Of The Associated Press New Orleans apparently aims a grabbing the Southern Association pennant by whaling the daylights out of the undernourished Little Rock Travelers. The Pels, clinging to a narrow .lead over Memphis and Atlanta beat the cellar-dwelling Rocks lasl night 4-1, marking their fourth con secutive triumph over the thinly manned Arkansas line. New Orleans has won two of .three from fifth-place Mobile and split eight decisions with Mum phis. A notary b.aseball maxim hinges the winning of pennants on ability to cuff the Jpwer uchelpn, Atlanta and Memphis, deadlocked in second place, a half- game off the pace, also read the script. The Crackers backed Murray Wall's stingy pitching with a 6-1 victory over seventh-plaec Nashville while Memphis ciffed fifth-place Mobile C-?. Chattanooga blankest Birmingham 6.-0 on Al ' UT U$ PO YOU* WASH! ' pJSUVgRY By JOEj MOOHIU CHICAGO (if) — The NCAA cracked down on : the Universities of Oklahoma and -Cincinnati 'yesterday with a '.warning Jhat the two clean up their ^thjefic policies or face possible ' expulsion. ' Oklahoma w,as placed on two years' probation by the policy-making council of the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. Cincinnati was 2iven one year probation and was ruled ineligible to participate in NCAA championship, .events. No such clause, was attached to Oklahoma's penalty, which means I Oklahoma, perennial Big Seven football .champion and a major grid pow«r nationally, can participate in the Orange 36wl next New Year's Day if the Soeners jvin the conference title. The council reprimanded three other schools and terminated the probation periods of two others. One-year probationary sentences for Kansas State and North Caro, Una State for "athletic malprac- tices" were terminated effective May 7. The University of Dayton (Ohio). Bethune-Cookman College of Daytona Beach. Fla., and Virginia Union University were rep- remanded. Dayton was reprimanded for holding a basketball tryout and the other two for engaging jn the TropicaJ* Bowl football game at Jacksonville, Fla... De.c. 12, 1953, The game was not certified by the New Orleans Memphis Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga Nashville Little Rock i 10 5 .667 10 6 .625 10 6 .625 ,. 1/2 9 . 7 ., ..563 1 y 89 .471 3 6 11 .352 5 3 12 .200 7 PEDIGREE CHAMP MALLORY Yesterday's Result* New, Orleans 4, Little Roclc 1 Memphis 6, Mobile 2 ' : . ,' Atlanta 6, Nashville 1 Chattanooga 6, Birmingham 0 , Today's Games New Orleans at Little Rock .Birmingham at Chattanooga Mobile at Memphis Atlanta at Nashville. TEXAS LEAGUE ;}, Dallas 9; Fort Worth : 4 Tulsa 8; Oklahoma City 7 Houston 10; .Shreveport 4 S.ari Antonip 8; Beaumont 4 Panamas and Milan straws in the new Charcoal grey, brown and white straws. PRICED FROM SEE US FOR..v New Holland Baler, parts and Service for .Wisconsin Engines, Eaee-Flow Distributors and John Deere Tractor* and Implements. The home of genuine John Deere parts 220 W. 6th St. Phone 7-3476 UTLEY IMPLEMENT CO. - Other Straws... $2.95 - $3.95 Raschi Signs With Kansas City Team KANSA CITY UP) — The Kanias City Athletics, attempting to >olster their weajc pitching staff, have signed 36-year-old righthand- er Vic Raschi. The onetime New York Yankee etching ace was released last veek by the St. Louis Cardinals vho obtained him from the Yanks n 1954 fpr abput !$5,000. The A's did not disclose his con- ract terms, but it was understood liey were conditional. He was on he Card payroll at about $33 Thursday is- QUITE A HIKE MONROE, Tis. (UP) -1- Wotor- ^ts threatened to storm city hi»M fter officials decided to raise the ne for parking violations to $1. It formerly was 10 cents. Simp's six-hitter. A pitiful tyrnput of 474 p|ying customers -r- th«fe were 2M Jady «ueats — »t Little Travelers C oJJe Ct u« au the , to* Febs in ^e second saw tbo M PQB HAT DAY THE BEST COSTS NO MORE THAN LESSER KNOWN BRANDS GENUINE JOHN B, STETSON STRAWS $5.00 B^ONDll nor i tt AH, no PI, * * ft AN • *• IHgW.ABOUtJF* ITOOeSKiT I? Chick Yettftf o2Atit me OUT OUR WAY On the Farm to Previous Puixli ACROSS 56 Passage in the brain 1 S^nwnt S7 interpret implement K0 *,!,.,„•' /,,»,» , i.,,!— A--. 58 Elders (ab.) Ifmtont "Communist, (&. used to turn DOWN over soil i Showered 12 Greek god of 2 Feminine war appellation 13 Entire , . .3 Retainer . 11 Removed 34 Rodent genus • 14 Ratio 4 \Voriri tbnojjious! 35 Soar ' . '. •• 15 Islands (Fr.) frHUrry, plah'ta 36 Rang ' 16 Body of water 6 City in New l6-E)tpungings 38 Embellished ' IVIroquoian York ; ' 2((,Pe«,pires 39Pried: '•''.> '• 'Indian 7 Puff up profusely : 40 Natural fats • 't 18 Fiber Knot* 8 Priority, ; -26.Udck of neck .43 Approaches - ' 19States(Fr.) (prefix). 28Stagger 44 Singing voice ' ^21 Deity 9'Some:farms 30Promissory 45 Redacts ""' '. **22 Compass pdint - .are;——than note (dp.) 51 Pedal digit 23 Renovate others 31 Symboi for 53 Russian '• .:/: 24 Mariner's* 16 JnS~61ent ' , gold community direction- . v 25 African J). seaport * 27 !Wflde mistakes 29 Viper 31 Malt drink 32 Play on words 33 ShosMoneari Indian A34 Antic 37 Run away to marry f 1 Peer Gynt'S * .' mother 42 Penetrate ' 46 Legal point 47 Mineral 'spring 48 Farriers use : these' 49 Seine 50 Incline 52 Blackbird of up cuckoo family_ ; 53 Farm animal ~ ;'Si Mountain (comb, form) W fr 18-. a. 15 I 3 3f W 47, 50 W 5T 35 36 ft fL b ; 13 30 W 33 "J5 0 10 37 m 53 59 ifl. 39 W ,55 Decay ' ' ' ' f ' ' " '.. ' '' ' ' ' *" CARMtVAL •vDielrTwriiM or my name Watts, alias •-•»^i— -...»-'.»'•» •"^•--*-^"-^-'—.-.'j^^-^.^-. -»^.->«<i*-.' •V Goibrairti SUMMER STORE H0URS PEGINNING MAY^IST 8:30 to 5:00 Pqjly 8:30 to 7:00 *5LA»> r T-_^i^,. ^ ^. ^;^^_.^i. • ,,.• ^ .--. ^^ "Don't stilt dinim y»t, Mort»l I want to Mk Mtrg« Whit tim* to meet har tonight^t ought to tik« «bout half VIC FLINT '/ TWOSfc TWO *WHbe*UJc ou<5Mf l'f> 3P& WITH THB BNVSL LA0V OP JUST T01.-P OUR MY PAV5 AS A . CUTIE ARE OVEft/ lour. 1»» ty lit* VMctrlni NISHtCLUf I PUNT, WASH TUBES W&f ^.c.vA 1 ,, 1 --,:,.^....,,.,..,..^, "M OUR BOARDING HOUSt Major Hobple . JAkTS MEW DI^COMECV \6 ,, WWT,,,0NB OP. V ZEAL^^ID• OFRBR6 TO TH/kKJKS IMDEEPfOR! LOADING THE .- CAPTAW SB5.»I F1NP \T . TO THE 6TAT661 IF. YOU GIVE PA65A6E,ir WILL 5NV6" WUlCH TO'RBTURN SO YOU DECIDED i-•.• —_., NEED VER HELP POtt^Rft IN ^ TOJWINPUP;! " "" /.<*T^^a<>:''d*^U4^*i | af^:Mg:||i«it!fi^ S^'i'MS'ife tOOTS AND HER BUDDIES »-.*i-V ,.-••'.. 4-.' '- Jl' -'.,i v- tfy Herchbetcift* HOSE-'.' SfOU HAVE TO DELIVER IT. OL' ALLEY OOP YEH, BUT HOLY • >Ol SHOWEP \ COW, OOOLA, I HOW COME. . YOU'RE "How about holding a protest meeting? I've got a card ! table and cards!" SWCETIF PIE By Nodine Seller .. CALLING FOR PINNY, I tHOLlGKf 'TP BfeT- .TER:CO1E,-ALQNS,-. HELP YOU RECOv'Efc . WELL; THAT'5 YaJKNOWl-KM^.,. T HP Jm&iM T.SjS i^^jr ITS, lf= I HAD MARRIAGE TC OVER, IT WOULD THE STORY Of MARTHA WAYNI WITH MN' \W89t|1> ,Fc>e Dice's .90 " 'j*«fiw,w YEAH,SURE,,, WTIT* " Y*. QtflilQgt , ^'~™~~"- v ,l ^ ^L.-^^^^^C^ 5>' V {'J

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