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/ May 5, MO M If A R, M 3* I, A R K ArWlA $ Hjj'f-l -IT Aft, HOPt, ARKANSAS kre Deafer* of Dura Croft ' luminum ftoahl 1*1 Jewelry Store HAVES D FURNITURE STORE 205 S WALNUT «• Sewing Course /"With the purchase of new f Singer Sewing Machine. ' * SINGER SEWING CENTER lOB 6apth Elm Phone 7-5840 TUIEUSS TIRES ot popular prices . WHEEL BALANCING While you wait v CLAHOMA^TlRt & SUPPLY COMPANY. «* For Low Cost Insurance ,- Buy .' . > * STATE FARM MUTUAL - ' Contact \ HORACE. HUBBARD 212 E. 16th Phone 7-2436, " MATTRESSES or Made Into Work Guaranteed On* Day 8ervl*« DAVIS Klnrttreiit Phone 7-ttll CROWN WESTERN SHARES ,. «f Diversified Income Fund - Pr««p«cUi* available from. M.S. BATES AQENT •v- Phone 7-44M 'S SERVICE Hy 67 West of Hope !/ELECTRIC ...,—fle anywhere. Call, ui. r, if* ui for your Car, Truck, I 1 , if f Tractor repairs. i'arc «» near as your phone" DIAL' 7-2767 CLASSIFIED Adfl Mutt Be Ift Office Day Bifore Publication , wrien Number Of Words to IS to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 II to 35 6 to 40 41 to 43 46 tb 50 One. . sr .60 .75 .90 t.OS 1.20 1.35 1,50 WANT Atr RATES All Want Ads ore p&yab!» In ijanc* but ads will be accepted over the telephone .arid accorrtbdq- tlon accounts ollowfed with the un^ ddfltondlng the. account is payobl* wheh itotement Is'rcnde ' three __, Days t/j> to 15 .45 -.90 16 to 20 .60 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 SI* Days Morvth I. SO 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I time ....» 75c per Inch 3 times 60c pet Inch 6 times 50c per inch. Rates quoted above /are for 'con- iecutlve insertions. Ifregular or skip- dote ads will take the one-day rate. All dolly classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit oil advertisements of- .fered for. publication qnd to reject cmV objectionable advertising sub* rrmted Initials of one or more letters, 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 InsertiSh. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent UNFURNISHED, . newly decorated, six room house. Garage. Garden; 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf THREE room ' unfurnished apart- rndht, private bath, reasonable rent. 1311 West Avenue B. Phone 7-3696. : 18-tf . I-MITE Termita Control Service OwRfd 4 Operated by GUY GRIGG ; Service policy ^ * 10? South Main St. Phonci 7-3445 or 7-2772 CURRY'S fermite Control Co. • BONDED If INSUMD • GUARANTEED , , Fpr^Free Inspection ,L II , r call . 0. MMdlebrooks Jr. i 7-2822 or 7-3791 FURNISHED 4 room duplex, Fri- J gidairc, hardwood .i'loors, private .entrance, first class home. Mrs. P. E. Cook, 908 W. Ave. B. 2-6 Political Announcement The Star 19 authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the actioh of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor B. L. RETTTO . H. M. (OLIE) OLSON U* BLACK heifer calf, 4 weeks. Con tact Paul Tefteller, Phone 7^2589 AM-ERICAN For Sole SANt>, Gravel, topsofl, fill dirt Phone 7-4302. A. L. Park. April 15-1 Mo BABY CHICKS, large variety. Se these chicks before buying. Dan ny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. April 15-1. Mo FERTILIZER, ammonia, and n: trate soda. Cheap for cash. J. W Strickland. April 21-1 Mo ICE CREAM twelve delicious fla vors, cups, cones, pints, gallons Open 7 days and nights to serve you. . COLES DOUBLE DIP STORE 2nd and Walnut 28-6 SHERBET flavors, Lime, Orange Pineapple, Grape. Cups, pints gallons. COLES DOUBLE DIP STORE. 28-6 TWO BEDROOM home V/ 2 block from Brookwood School at 81£ ''East Slh. Call 7-5574. 28-t UNFURNISHED 5 room house garage, garden, Close-in, Mis Lillie Middlebrooks. Phone 7 2874. 3-3 DESIRABLE 3 room apartmen . furnished ' and bills paid. 20' •Bonner. , , 3-t. IDEAL LOCATION for office o some kind of shop. Formerly rfHall-MoNeill. For informatioi call Barlow Hotel. 4-3 THREE large rooms, furnished la.rge, bath, electric .box upstairs Phone 7-3174. 4-3 Notice MOVING?, Long Distance Moving All Moving,Rates are not the same viCall collect 592 Prescott Transfer '& Storage Inc. Prescott Ark. Free Estimate. 4-1 Mo Jess Morris for custom slaughter ing and cold Storage at Com •' munity Ice Co. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo derates Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inner pprlng work- Cobb Mattress Co '810 South Wajhlngton. Phon* 7-2623. * Mar, 4-tf KALPH Montgomery Market, Cus 'torn slaughtering.' Phone"7-3361 10-1 Mo WATER WELL Drilling any depth or size, O. T. Clark and Son C R. Clark, Cale, Ark., 203 Ave. B. Hope, Ark. April 18-1 Mo SEE Jess Mprris for custom Slaughtering^ and cold storage at Community Ice. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo Help Wonted ffi <• . f ' i FITJE'R'S HELPER'for double band hardwood sawmill. Immediate work available. See W. C. Slater . Jr., Superintendent, Clerks For • estS) Inc.,- Broken Bow, Okla ' honra. L , " 5-3' Wonted to Buy Hope Star lift; Prwi 1M7 , Jenuory 1», me M, WJMWu'n. Editor » fubllihw .. ||ubserpon' Roifes "(payable In iv t f- w voncf ): "* IrvKop* § .FQRESTS, INC., will buy 'Oak Hardwood Logs — Price; range from $34.00 to $60.00 pei thousand log scale depending on grade. Logs to be delivered to Dierks or Lockesburg. Contact Mr f). E. Banks at DeQueen or Mr Dean Holden at Dierks. 5-6t H« i. tMCk Highway Vf Wett r LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Woe Of City Limit* Wett 19 Gallon Water Barred for tale Phone 74381 Hope, Ark. , .28 '. 13,00 ?,"•* moll" |n Htnvfteod Nevodo, , Hat**, ond Milltr fmr "<i* ii ~*< * ,..,.„ IS , 1,60 3,25 ,5 50 13-09 If you need o Trailer , , . See Us WE RENT UHAUL TRAILERS have leverql on h«nd naw that are ready t« 99. All Kinds of AUTO GLASS WYLIE 65 DIFFERENT varieties of iris blooming today in their riches shades and colors. Chrysanthe nnum plants now ready. Arthur Gray, Ozan. ' 2-6 ONE JOHN DEERE Baler, one Case baler wire tires, one mule one marc, 35 acres of -land. B E. Green, Patmos. 3-6 FLOWERS for Mother's Day. Mum pots, Caladeums, mixed pots Gloxemia, Geraniums, cut flow ers for bouquets, and corsages Also artifical wreaths and bou quets lor decoration, also yard plants. Campbells Flower Shop 1804 South Elm. 3-3 ONE OF Hope's most beautiful ho mes. Located in the McDowell ad dition, on 2/3 of an acre. Large number of big shade trees. Leve lawn with St. Augustine grass This home has three large bed rooms, Wall ,to wall carpet in living room, and hall. Also rub ber' tile and hardwood floors. 2 baths (IVfe). Double garage, years old. Shown by appointmen only. Call Mrs. M. L. Fox, 7 4697. ' 3-6 36" x 10" SWING. South Bend met al lathe. Call 7-2459. 4-3 SPINET PIANO,, slightly used, ex cellent condition. Save $250.00 Monthly payments $20.67. Writ or phone 'Reed Music Company 112-114 East 7th Street, Littl •Rock, Arkansas. Phone FRank lin 2-5151. 4-4 Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insur ance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Ha zel . . . Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funera Home and Burial Association Prompt Ambulance Service Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. 23-1 Mo Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced See S. L. Murphy for details. 8-tf Real Estate for Sale WE SELL — We Buy — We Ren Real Estate. Franklin Company 106 South Main. 5-1 Mo BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom home at 529 Peach Street in Beverly Hills owner leaving city. Buy his equity assume monthly payments' Let me show this to you. Cal Jim Cole, Phone 7-3175. 28-6t JUST $200.00 cash . Balance like rent will buy this two bedroom home with den - we will redecorate interior with your choice oi colors. Termite treated - new linoleum. All on two beautiful shady lots at Walker and 15th Street. Call FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 So. Main St. PR7-4691 2-31 BUSINESS property bargain, 1 Block North of County Courthouse fronting 300 feet on U. S. Hy. 67 and 73Vj feet on South Washington - 50' x 100' building - all utilities - concrete floor - excellent location for service station warehouse - pack-a-sak grocery and many other types of business. It is the former Cooks Laundry property. Priced for quick sale. Call FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 S. Main SI. PR7-4691 3-3t Awnings 'anvas Awnings and metal awnings. 'Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. COPPER-BLANKENSBIP Formerly Riley Cooper Texas Ave. Phone 32.J8« April J44 Cleveland Detroit Chicago Mew York JCnnsas City Boston Washington Baltimore LEAGUE W. L . Pet. GB 13 7- .050' 32 7 .632 V 2 11 7 .011 1 11 8 .579 ]i/ 2 8 9 .500 3 9 12 .429 4'/ 2 7 12 .368 5 1 /, 5 15 .333 8 " Yesterday's Results Washington 5. Chicago 4 Kansas City G, Baltimore S New York 11, Cleveland 5 Boston 3, Detroit 2 Today's Games Boston al Detroit (Only game scheduled) . NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn Chicago St. Louis Milwaukee New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cincinnati WL Pet. 17 • 2 .895 11 9 .550, 8 8 .500 9 10 .474 9 .438 8 12 .400 7 11 .389 6 13 .316 GB 5]', 7'/, 8 8 8'/ 2 Yesterday's Results • New York 4, Chicago 3 (11 innings) Brooklyn 12, St. Louis 4 Pittsburgh 5, Milwaukee 4- • Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 3' Today's Games St. Louis at Brooklyn Chicago at New York r Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (Only games scheduled) SOUTHERN ASOQIATiON Memphis New Orleans Birmingham > Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville Mobile Little Rock W L Pet. GB 16 9 14 9 .640 . .609 1 14 11 .560 2 14 11 .560 2 13 12 .520 3 13 13 -.500 3% 8 15 .348 7 6 18 .250 9'/ 2 Yesterday's Results Atlanta 11, Little Rock 4 Birmingham 7, Memphis 6 Nashville 11-5, Mobile 2-4 New Orleans 5, Chattanooga 4. Today's Games Little Rock at Birmingham; Memphis at Atlanta Nashville at Mobile Chattanoga at New Orleans Hot Springs Monroe El Dorado Greenville Vicksburg Pine Bluff W L Pet. GB 6 3 .667 6 3 .676 4 .556 1 .500' I'/a 5 4 4 3 5 .375' 2' 2 7 .222 4 Leaders in the Major Leagues .By the Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE -BATTING (based on 50 at bats) —Mueller. New York, .375; He puloski, St. Loiiis, .370; Moon, St Louis. .355. . RUNS BATTED IN —Snider Brooklyn 24; Thomson, Milwaukee 22; Furillo, Brooklyn, 21. • HITS—Saron, Milwaukee, Mue: ler, New York and Repillski. anc Moon, St. Louis, 27; Logan, Milwaukee. 25. HOME RUNS —Furillo, Brook- !ynn 8; Snider, .Brooklyn arid Kliis- tewski. Cincinnati, 7.. PITCHING — Erskine. Brooklyn 4-0, :i:000; Jeffcoat, Chicago, S-0, 1.000; Meyer, Newcombe and La- jinc, Brooklyn, Davis, Chicago ind Nichols. Milwaukee, -2-0, 1.000. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (based on 50 at bats) —Skowron, New York, .451; Power, Kansas City, 415; Kaline, De- roit. .394. RUNS BATTED IN —Nieman, Chicago and Vernon, Washington, 23; Kaline, Detroit, Skowron, New York and Finigan and Zernial, Kansas City, 18. HITS — Kuenn, Detroit, 30; Kn- line, Detroit, 28; -Power, Kansas City and Vernon, Washington, 24. HOME RUN S—Lollar, Chicago, 7; Kaline, Detroit, Nieman, Chicago ahd Zernial, Kansas City, C. PITCHING — Turley, 'New York, 4-0, 1.000; Schmitz, Washington, 3*0, 1.000; Pierce and Consuegra, Chicago and Burtschy, Gorman and ikellner, Kansas City, 2-0, 1.000., Fights; Last Night By United 'Press DETROIT — Ray (Sugar) Robinson, 163Vi, New York, outpoint- ed Garth Panter, 161i4, Salt Lake City, Utah (10). Petrolem products after were used by the men. of the Neolithic age. Yesterday's Results Hot Springs 10, Monroe 6 El Dorado 13, Vicksburg 6 Greenville 17, Pine Bluff 12 Today's Games . Hot Springs at Monroe El Dorado at Vicksburg Greenville at Pine Bluff. By The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 7; Denver 4 Omaha 4; Indianapolis 0 St.. Paul 6; Toledo 5 Charleston 4; Minneapolis 2 TEXAS LEAGUE Oklahoma City 4; Fort Worth 1 (10 innings). Shreveport 9-13; Beaumont 1-10 Tulsa 3; -Dallas' 2' Houston 9; San Antonio 8 WESTERN LEAGUE Des Moines 8-8;. Sioux City 6-5 Wichita 16; Pueblo 2 Colorado Springs '6; Lincoln 2 SPORTS ROUNDUP GAYLE fALBOf. NEW YORK UP)—. It is only bj grace of a sttingent. new. bonus rule and a slight sleeping at the switch .by the Brooklyn front of fice that the rampant flodgers do not have still another .300-plus-hit ter. ... Not that they need any help ai the moment, .but there could come a .time when a fresh young hanc such as Roberto Clemenle, Pitt'j burgh's sparkling rookie outfielder and leadoff batter, would be i great comfort to have around What hurls the Brooklyn bra. is that* up to less than six months ago it owned the Puerto Rican flash body and soul, only to los him -and $16,000 in cash through a tactical blunder. The chain of events began two winters back, when a Dodgei scout saw the boy, then only 19 playing in his native land, and lik- 2d what ho saw to the extent that lis bosses slipped Roberto $20,OOC : .o sign a contract. Any gift over $4,000 brings a new "bonus" player into the game and makes him a target for unrestricted draft after his first season in the monors. Playing with Brooklyn's .Montreal farm last year, Clemente burned down no barns. He hit a mere 257.. .. . ' Brooklyn look no measures to cover him up. They let him go back to Puerto Rico last fall, and sign on with the Sahturce club n the winter league. First thing anyone knew, Robeto was going wild, hitting practically level with his illustrious .eammate Willie Mays and field- ng like a litlle demon. On Nov. 22, at least five clubs lad him down as their No. 1 draft choice. The last-place Pirates got first pick and salted away what appears to be an authentic young star for only $4,000. Under the jonus rule, this is the intentionally .ow price set on a bonus baby, and' it's all the Brooks have lo show for .their $20,000. Several baseball men said they Delieved Clemente would have escaped detection entirly if he had not played in Puerto Rico. As of this time, the speed boy. s clouting well up among the first .0 in the National League and has had much to do with the Pirates' really improved showing in the jast week. Nine Primed for Kentucy Derby LOUISVILLE, Ky. M— Prepara- ions for the 81st Kentucky Derby virtually were completed today with at least nine finely tuned 3- r>ear-olds ready for the start. ''. The name .of a tenth may well )e dropped into the entry box be- ore the deadline' 'at 10 a.m. . to- norrow. . The horses themselves have completed their training with the exception of a blowout tomorrow and possibly speed sharpeners by wo of the favorites — Mrs. John, W. Galbreath's Summer Tan and Bums Hove No Secret, Only HomerRufis By WrUL'6ftlMSLEY Of the Associated Press The secret of the Brooklyn Dodgers' staggering head start In the National League now is oUt.in the open—and it's not a Comp'li- cated one. It's nothing more than the old--fashioned home run. Gil Hodges. Duke Snider and Roy. Campanella hit three more at Ebbets Field'last night to crush the St. Louis Cardinals 12-4. This was their sixth victory in a row, their 17th in 19' starts. It gave them a. 6',^-game lead over second-place Chicago. . The Dodgers have hit 32 home runs, accounting for 59 runs. Many of them have come at "clutch" moments. Right fielder Carl' Fui'illo leads ,vith eight. Snider has seven and Campanella five. . . While the Dodgers keep.right on sizzling, the other re.d-hot teams in both leagues run into occa.ssiorf- al cool-off, periods. . The Cleveland Indians,' American League leaders who :. : had won seven of their last eight,, .were chilled by the New York /Yankees, who s.cored seven runs in' the last '.\vo innings to win 11-5. The'brash Detroit Tigers, winners of 9 of 10 and facing a chance to take over the league lead, dropped a taut 11-inning game to the Boston Red Sox 3-2. The Chicago Cubs, saw a four- game winning streak snapped at the Polo Grounds, where an -llth' inning home run by Whitey Lockman gave the reshuffled New York ianls a 4-3 triumph.' The Kansas City Athletics de- 'eated the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 'or their seventh victory in nine ames. The Pittsburgh Pirates wbn :heir fourth straight, whacking Rex Ellsworth's Swaps. Nashua, .he 4-5 choice from William Woodward's Belair stud, is RS fit and :'eady as man can make him. These three dominate the race almost to the exclusion of all others. Here and there could be !oun : d scattered supporters for the ain Hoy Stable pair of Racing Fool and Flying Fury. . But the early arrivals joined with the trainers of the Derby candidates in picking Nashua as the Vorse to beat—come rain or shine. And they say it'll be either Summer Tan or Swaps in ( the runner- up spot. Early Odds quoted Summer Tan at 2-1 and Swaps -at 6-1. The Weatherman's prediction calls 1 'for temperatures hovering around 90 degrees and. a lightning ast track. Such conditions could. A'ell endanger Whirlaway's.- record f 2 minutes 1.4 seconds established in i94i. ,•;,•' : ftoeky floored by' Sparring Partner CALISTOGA, Calif. Iff) — Heavy* Weight champion Rocky Marciana Was "properly, nailed" and floored y'esterday by a sparring mate'*' left hook to the jaw. "It was a knockdown, no question about it," said Peter Wilson, of the London Daily Mirror. Wilson was one of five British boxing writers watching Rocky work out with Toxie Hall, of Chicago, a 200- ppunder. Ther'e wa's no question, either, that the second knockdown in Rqcky's .career couldn't have come at'" a better . time in the buildiM* for Marciano's May 16 title d<^ fense against British challenger lion Cockeli in Kczar Stadium. Rocky, floored by Jersey Joe Walcott's left hook for a four count in the first round of their Sept. 23, 19o2, title fight, is a hcaVy favorite to beat Cockeli by a knockout. Milwaukee 5-4. The Washington Senators smothered a late rally to shade the Chi* cago White Sox's 5-4 and Cincinnati Redleg's walloped the Philadelphia Phillies 7-3 with the aid of two home runs by Wally Post. Both Snider and Campanella hit their homers for Brooklyn with two men on base while Hodges socked a loner. The Dodgers continued to get good hitting and pitching when they needed it. Johnny .Podres, gave up nine hits, including home runs to Rip RepuV ski and Ken Boyer, but he never was in grave danger. • Manager Leo Durocher shook up the batting order of his world champion Giants and the move paid dividends. Young Foster Castleman, replacing Davey Williams at second, got the first home run, of his major league career. Ruben Gomez won the tense mound duel from Sam Jones. Rookie Roberto Clemente made a spectacular catch to save thf Pittsburgh game. He ran deep to the right field stands to spear George Crowe's long drive with two. out in the ninth and two men on base for Milwaukee. • At Cleveland, the Yankees scored four runs in the eighth and three in the ninth to crush Bob Lemon's bid for his sixth straight victory. Yogi Berra homered for the Yanks and Dave Pope for the Indians. Tom Morgan, who relieved Bob Grim in the sevenHi was credited with the win. Willard Nixon, although replaced by Ellis Kinder in the llth, pitched he Red Sox to their first victory in seven games, bettering Frank Lary in a good mound duel. The deciding run came in the llth after the bases were filled by two singles and a walk. An infield out- ay Tony Lepcio brought Harry Agganis home. A^home run by Gus Zernial a. ;ome tight relief pitching by To JJorman accounted for the Athletics' verdict over Baltimore. Chuck Stobbs did a top-flight relief job for Washington's Bob Port- jrfield at Chicago. He came into :he game in the ninth to stop the White Sox with two men on base and one out. i^ DEL MONTE Of CANNED FOOD k a'^i . W*. Mnru^ A* '»• »/ ,-» . •. : - . . .••..•• .. • * w Cb'me-'ft/l your sfioppm^_basfcet..--io many varieties... ,so much good eatlnfif f^r You'll feel//fee a pilot Just wait till you switch the pitch ofBu/ck'9 new Dynaftow*/ Hera's (he new hit in hard- lops that's taking th« country by storm -, Buick'i pioneering and pace-setting ^Doof Riviera. The "eon- v.rhble" look, with no center poitt in the.jide- window qre.a, -but with leipqrat* doofs for rear- s«ol paijengarj. Shown h-e'r« in the low-price SPECIAt model-also avail- oble In the high-powered CENTURY Serie,. Both now in volume -production to Insure prompt deliveries. i T TOW would you like to take the wheel , X X of a high-powered Buick and feel an experience you never felt before in any earth-bound vehicle? How would you like to do—just by pressing down the gas pedal—what a pilot does when he's ready f° r take-off? Atid how would you like to drive with the happy thought that you're getting plenty of miles per gallon in normal cruising-and the electrifying action of the world's first airplane-principled transmission when you need it |or split-second getaway response? It's all for you when you say the word and •lip into the driver 1 ! seat of a new Buick with Variable Pitch Dyn&flow.* •-CANYOUs«*«EST«»• Jtor swur? CHECKYQUI Not only do you take command of record- high Buick V8 power- and the most envied ride in the industry-and the brawn and heft and luxury of a truly solid automobile, You also call the turn on twenty propeller- like blades deep inside a wondrous new Dynaflow that's patterned after the principle of the modern plane's variable pitch propeller. You hold these blades in their high-economy angle when you press the pedal in the nor* mal way - and you get a lot more miles from a tqnkful of gat, You switch the'pitch of these blades to take-off position when you press the pedal way down —and you get spectacular action instantly, JJon't take our word alone that this is thrilling beyond all previous experience.' Talk to anyone who's tried it. Or, better 'j yet, com* try it yourself. That way you' can learn firsthand why Buick sales are soaring to all-time best-seller highs. Drop in this week, won't you? 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