Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 10, 1955 · Page 15
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it***'if A*,-AIM LUCK'S frt fifty, UmlttWeM f Wat* »irr»i i fc43lf ,Wd0*, Ark. Alreondltloner • Electric Co, PH. -74166 ^c An' bealers if Dura Craft uminum Boat* '• Jewelry Store TIRES Awhile you wait TIRE & SUPPLY : COMPANY. CLASSIFIED Ad* MuM •• ifi OMlo* Diy WANT AD ftAttS Alt Want Adi of* poyobl* . in OdvarttS btrf 6d4 Will fe* 6ee*f>t*d ovet the telephone and occomodo- tloh eccounfi allowed with the oh- •,*>r«tand!rtfl the account It payabl* When itatemirtt It*rendered Number Qf W6 3p td 1s tb'_ 21 to'25 26 td 30. 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 43 46 to One Six k . r.os 1.20 1.35 1.50 On* Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 1,80 3.00 2.10 3.50 2 40 4.00 2.70 4.'50 3.00 S.OO CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t tlnw ..i..... 75c per Inch 3 timM 60d per Inch A/rltfltt 50c p«r Inch Rat«i quoted above o/» for con- taeutlv* ihMrtloni Irregular or sklp- .ddt« Bd» will tak« tl>* otW-doy rat*. All dolly Classified advertising copy will „ be oictpted until 5 p. m. for publication tfw» folloyving day. Th« publishers reiervc, the right to rtylM, or, 'edit all advertisement) off«red for publication, and to reject any, objectionable advertising tub" mltted Initials of one or more letter*, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers, coonk as one word. The Hope Star will, not be respon- elble tor errort .In Wonf Ads unless •rrors are called to our, attention after FIRST Insertion of ad, and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect) insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent Cost Insurance ... v ATE FARM MUTUAL MATTRESSES & MoHMM C*. Mon« _^_ iv N WESTERN SHARES !*f Dlvartrflea 1 Incpm* Funtf available from yOMr-ar, ,.y/ Tracton repairs «>.re.«t near as you r phone" /y DIAL 7-2f<j7 UNFURNISHED, newly decorat 4 ed, six room house. Garage, Garden* 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf .3 room apartment furnished ind bills paid. 204 Bonrier. .;3-tf EE-T-MITE Control Service Inspection WYGRIGG South Main St. • PKonw 7-3445 or 7-2772 |URRY'S rirmife Control Co. , Jddlebrooki Jr. nes >-2822 or 7^3791 and private bath. 420 •Edgewood..Mr. and Mrs, Guy V. Wood. 6-6t FRONT bedroom, private entrance. Phone 7-3716... : 9-3t NICELY FURNISHED '4 room •""abartment, bath and private en- ''"trance. Call 7-0497. ' 10-«t SIX room unfurnished house. 812 West 4th. $35 a month. Dial 72247. ..'.••'• JO-tf Notice Jess Morris for custom slaughter ing ( . and cpld storage ,at Com munity Ice Co. Phone , 7-2244 or l-3tf8.- April 22-1 Mo. F«r Salt ^ Gravel, topsoll, flJl dirt. Phone' 7-4302. A. L. Park, " e, " , . April 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Danny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd; " ^ ' ; Apr/il;V/l&l Mo. FERTILIZER, ammonia,, and ni trate soda. Cheap for cash, J. W, Strickland. April 2>1 Mo. TV/O; BEDROQ?.! home,;, 1V4. block from Bropkwood School at 819 East 5lh. Call 7-5574." '"; 28-t« The Sta? Is authorized to aft*, hounce that the following are candidates, for public office Subject to the action -of the Democratic primary election*: , . ..For Mayor B. L. »ETf 10 H. M. (OLIE) OLSON TALBQT FEILD, JR. Business For Lease ONE SlIpER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel, Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. \ . . 8-tf Brooklyn Just Doesn't Hove Competition By, ED WILK8 Of the Associated Pr«« The calendar insists that it's just the second week in May, but the other seven clubs in the' National League may be finding it's Laler than they thought. . And it isn't necessarily- because o£ Brooklyn's incredible getaway The Brooks, of course, are off on a rornp, winning 21 of their 23 garnes. .But what's made that record even more threatening- is tHe fact only two other clubs are play.- ing, 500 ball or better. There's- the rub. Nobody's 'in position to cntch the Dodgers right how even if'somebody gets around to. stopping therm • Milwaukee is second, but- with a 52-11 record just one game over .500. The New York Giants are right at .500 after 22 games, 9'/a back W. the Brooks and a half game behind the Braves, 1 The Dodgers are at Chicago this BE, INDEPENDENT. Sell Rawleigh laftqrnoon; with New York at Gin- Products In S. Hempstead Co. or.p c jflwa.tl, Philadelphia at St. Louis PRESCOTT NEWS May .11. j^ ^ ^ ^t Vsndiyer and -The Prescott Musical Colerle;M4ss Margaret Vandiyer attended luncheon will be held at the Lawson ' the- funeral, services for Hoyt E. riotel Wednesday at 1 o'clock. Thursday May -12 The choir of the First Presby. Varidiver iri Prague, Okla., on Wednesday. i . AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L Pet. GB Cleveland Mrs. 6. W, Watkins, Sally! Jo and New York rne cnoir 01 me jnai ncoyj.- *.»i^. ~. .-• •-.-.— • ». : terian Church will practice Thurs- John fid are the guests of day evening at 7:30; es in Harrison. Friday May 13 City Council Miss Hargaret Phillips, Miss Chicago Detroit Kansas City W a,s hui gton Boston Baltifnore Salesman Wanted Hope. See Corwin Crow. Route 1, Box 30, Nashville, Ark., today for particulars or write Rawleigh's Dept. AKE-641-D, Memphis Tenn, 10-lt Lost RE'DISH ©ROWN Shetland pony wjlb black mane '7-4447 or 7-3316. and tail. Call 10-31 Real Estate for Sale WE.SELL — we 1 rent — ( we-buy .Real Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY May 9-1 Mo. 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. Of Interest to Women $2.00 HOURLY possible doing light assembly work at home. No ex perience necessary. Write SAN' CO Mfg. Co. ', 7159s- Beverly Blvd.;. Los Angeles 36, Calif. 10-2t and Pittsburgh at Milwauke e in night games. • In the American League, idle as was the National yesterday, Cleveland's Indians' .swirjg.- in% New York's Yankee' Stadium-with a two-game first-place bulge • over .he Yanks and .the Chicago.-,White Sox, who are*at -Boston. • in the. ong day game. Detroit's. Bit Washr. ington with Kansas ; City at . Baltimore.' ' ' ' ' " :'..'••''< ..["'- : ' ''•''•"'.' It was Brooklyn, . incidentally, :hat was the most 'successful road team in- the' NL -last season,' winning 47, of 77 for a .610'percentage', tn the West, the Brooks: were .636, taking 28 .of 64 from'the Cardinals, Braves, Cubs and Redlegs; ' ; Vice President Bjuz.zy -,. Bavasl doesn't look' for his Dodgers to come out of the West . unbeaterij. All he's asking 'is that they comes home with a 27-5 record. He's willing to take a 6-3' record on the trip. Manager Walt, Alston, who isn't much • for talking, ;said simply, "You can't expect it to continue;-^ but I'm hoping." The Brooks presently have game winning streak going, their second of the season after setting a major league'. mark by winning the first-10 of the schedule. TN Negro ddmhiunity By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring items, to M.ls* Turner at Hicks Funeral Homo. *•>• (.?*•-• t*»-«« •—^^ — •• Hope Star • "WW* •"'i I* «, l*lf W. Cl«S* WQttff ft »h. Audit ylptlcn RO'P» (poyablf In ad- »qnee»: In Hop? and neighboring BEDROOM house, built on, slato, asphalt tile floors and .car port. Call 7-2993, Fletcher Eas '"' "' sxBEDKOOM, 2 story house The American Legion. Ladies Auxiliary will meet Tuesday night, May 10, at Hicks Funeral Home a< 7:.. The Auxiliary held their first Poppy sale on Saturday, May7, 'We were ; very successful and to thank everyone who purchased day at 12:30 at the Tja.wsoti Ho.tel. Oificers for the new year; 1955.-5C, will be elected, and instailed. Prescott plylsloh of Practical Nurses Meet the May meeting of the Prescott Division of Practical Nurses was held in the ' home' of (Mrs.. Nora Graham with Mrs. Delphia Howard assisting hostess. 1 Colorful arrangements of spring blossoms decorated the rooms. Following the business conducted jy the president, Mrs. Viola Philips, games Were played with the prize being won by Mrs. Sybil- Bright. Other members present included Mrs, Mae Van-.'Meter, Mrs. Katie-Moore and-Mrs. Tommy Home. A dainty dessert course and cof- !ee were served sby-the hostesses. Boyle . Continued from P«g«, One to the P40 pilots, guys'who fougiv the better equipped, German fliers to.t 4. draw, with,-a slower, lo\y W. G. T. U. Meets With Mrs. D. L, McRae The home of Mrs. D .L. McR-ae was the-scene for-the meeting of- the : Womans Christian Temperance Union, on- Thursday afternoon. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. R. P. Hamby and Mrs.- C. H. Tompkins. In Arkadelphia. tee Rogers has Sah Diego, Calif., returned from th him. Mrs 3 B."Womack"of WiUisvllle as a Thursday visitor in Prescott. Mrs Buren Hardin of Arkadelphia spent Thursday here. Allen Gee wns a Thursday business visitor Jn_Hot_Spring S . Mrs J W. Gist' and Mrs. J. T. ' ,'ton attended a pidno re? Arkadelphia Thursday m- Misses Gloria 'Ann Brown'at the Brooklyn Milwaukee New York Chicago Pittsburgh St. Louis Cincinnati Philadelphia High'School-and the. follovyed in the home- of Mrs. ry'Stuart. ' Mrs. T. S. Grayson, Mrs. Hal Reaves' and Mrs. Marcne Hesterly of Magnolia were the guests Thursday of Mrs. Fannie Newth, lamby and Mrs>- U: H. Tompiuns. ^" •""".'i-, , rnwson and MTS. • Roses,; amaryllis lilies and a ppW Mrs. .Mildred Dawson ana MTS. ted hydrangea were placed at po- S. Hamilton. R. ints of interest in the rooms. ' Mrs. Wesley Lindsey offered the. opening prayer. ' . .During the business session the president, Mrs. J. T. .McRae, appo-. Jinted Mrs. D. L. McKae,. Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton and Mrs. Dan Pittman. .tp. ser.ve. on the nominating commitr tee. Mrs. Hamilton was in. charge of the. .program on the top4c "Poets Miss Bertha Gray spent the weekend in Ozan with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gray. T H Pritchard or Kalgore, Texas was the weekend guest of his mother, Mrs. C. H. Moore, and Mr. Moore. Mrs. EleCta Wells had as ker tne. iprogram on me iop,ic .rueis .—--•- . .-. r>,,th Cantlev and Musiciaps." An.inspiring devo- weeke:nd guest, Mrs. Ruth Cantley tipnal on, "Keeping in Tune" was give by Mrs..;Lirids,ey.. Mrs. Hamilton gave excerpts, from. Edgar Al- -le'n Poe, Robert Burns and Stephen .Foster. •Mrs.: J. B. Westerly gave 'the ; story of'"Tarn O Shant'a," 'a poeni ^>y Ro.bert Burns after which Mrs. •Hamilton introduced the Prescott Musi-car 'Coterie guests for the- afternoon, Mrs,, L. B. Bryson, Mrs. Dudley Gordon, Mrs. W. G. 'B.ens- ijjerg;'-' Mrs. J. G; Stegar and' Mrs. ;W.. ,P. Cummings .in the * following; numbers :- Mrs. Bryson and Mrs.' Hamilton-in- a .vocal, duet by -Stephen' Poster, "Jeannie 'With The altftude but 'heavier armored Dark Brown Eyes" and' "O pl-ane. •••:•• . His. heroes? at that time we.tfe Col. Phil Cpchran and Capt. t'eyi Chase .of New. York. ..Bofh . ,wie^e men of High.' -courage, both \ycrje great leaders. Cant.. Chase, wfjs also a great teacher.- It ,^was .his stern .duty, to te'ach his spirited pilots that iri >?.;.'i speed and . .climb, ,^hey/. wish 'plane behind .the Gerrria Qflfi with 2V- baths.' Ideal for rooming a poppy. The money will go to the house, 2 blocks from town. Priced Disabled Ve-terans. , right 521 South Main, W. H. Fin- pher-, Phene, 7-2^Q0: May AO-t Mo. Wonted to Buy PIERKS FORESTS, INC., will buy Oak Hardwood Logs — Prices range from $34.00 to $60.00 per thousand log scale depending on grade. Logs to be delivered to Dierks or Lockesburg. Contact Mr. O, E. Banks at DeQueen or Mr. Dean Holden at Dierks. 5-6t Funtral Directort OAKCREST Funeral Horn*. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Ha»el.. . Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNEL1US Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5509. 23-1 Mo. MATTRESS renovation and Inner, iprlng work- Cobb Mattreu Co. B16 South WwhlAfton. Pnon« Mar. «.tf Montgomery Market, Cm- •laughterlng, Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. WELL Prilling any depth or'si?e, 0. Ti Clark and! Son C. B. Clark, Cale, Ark,, 203 East "Ave, B.. Rope', Ark, April 18-1 Mo. :••- Mrs. . iMlnnj.e Reed and Mrs. Lilliairn 'Tprrerice spent the weekend in Magnolia visiting, relative's and friends. Germans, 1 , but by using the P40 within its limits the/ could compete with the enemy. Capt. Chase proved- his Iea4cr- • [-ship himself, H;e became', the lead- Miss Irene Palmer of Chicago 111., is'Visiting her mother, Mrs. Francis Phillips, lives. and other rela- Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Johnson and children have returned "to their home in Lincoln, Nebr., after a brief visit with Mr. and (Mrs. R. D. George and Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Johnson. Mrs. Laura Johnson accompanied them home where she will spend a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs, Marcell Todd have returned to their home in Detroit, Mich., after spending a few days with Mrs. Todd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. iDan Hamilton, and other relatives. ' . M. E'. Key of Claborne, Tex., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hicks. Mr. Kay is a Representative with th£ Lutno Casket Company. Nelson-Hjll Post No. 427 will meet Tuesday night, May 10, at the regular meeting place at 8 o''clock. SPECIA,L • $200 down to G. I. or $900 4o,>YA tft WPrQI, ; balnea like rent, This" lovely home has living room, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms and new paneled den that will knock your eyes out. Floor furnace, attic fan, carport and St. Augustine Jawn, also will go with this spe-_ qial value, located at 304 East! 13th St. Qon'l wait call ton at — -, FOSTER BgALTY g}7 So. Main st. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flenpry visited his sister Mrs. Pinkie Williams and neice Miss Pearl Bradshaw'in Spring Hill, 'La., They also visited his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Banks in Minden, La., on Mo- Bight ? J0-3t No Titles But Is Q TV Favorite By MURRAY ROSg NEW YOBK M— Wildcat McNpcce is a pinch not to any boxing titles'this year but he's a hoj candidate today for "Television Fighter of 195.5" honors. The 23-year-old ex-paratrooper from Isiip; N.Y., says he "laves to figM" an4 after .\vatcbjng hini win once there won't be any doubt In ' . . Am '.... your mind about th'ut. . us«4 445 million The tall redhead wasn't in his pounds of potato chips worth 293 best shape last night but he gave fans, Shots HOUSE way Arena a in nd P*rkr papkect * l , and the network TV of thrills a «n octopus c«n get through ling ^ce of 'the- North African 'ater by shooting down^ <~\Q Cser- mans. A quiet- -nian, he - 'never ; sought combat. Wher) -he 'wak jumped, he stayed loWi kept turning into the German, .and whbrj the German finally , maije , a nils- take he used his.'firieppwer , W knock him from 1 the sky., : ,But igjv ways''in retreat;' -" ',,'';'" ".j, He dragooned, Ernie ;Pyle and every other correspondent Ointo meeting- his boys, writing about his boys and sometimes flying his boys. ' : Everything he did was un.ort.hb,-: dox. To keep his gypsy; press camp rolling from 'Tunisia..-through SicOy, Italy and France he sweated, bragged and stole supplies. But although this skinny black-eyed little former doughboy was frightened, by any sergeant he would go in and bawl out aily. general to get what he felt was needed to do his job. And the man knew what his job was, It was to tell the combat story of the close-up combat air-; men. If they ever give a medal for morale in the Air Force, the first one should go to L.t. Col. Jay Vessels. The last I heard from Jay he was down in Texas running a place called "No Horse Ranch."" But I'm sure that whenever a plane throbs overhead he looks up and remembers the days in Tunisia when stubborn courage ed up a falling sky. anna"' with Mrs.;Stegar at the piano. A piano, duet by Mrs. Gordon arid Mrs. Cumniings : "The Old Ref/rain^ by-'Fritz Krisler. Mrs. Bens- b^erg .sang a solo, '\Where'My Car- ^vah -Has, Rested," a story and 3 '.gypsy -boy, with Mrs. Cummings- at ihe piano. Th'e iprogram closed wi- •th'-a duet by Mrs. Bryson and Mrs. Hamilton,. "A.-Benediction in Song." ., The meeting" closed with the Aar- of Little 'Rock. Miss Jackie McMahan 'of-Little Rock spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Christine' McMahan. | 17 7 ,70a 14 8 .636 2 14 a .036 2 14 10 .583j 913- .407. 7, .391 ,3GO 9 1* 9 16 7 17 7'/ 2 .202 10 Yesterday's Results (No Games Scheduled) . today's Carney , . Cleveland at New York (night) Chicago at Boston. Detroit at Washington, (night). Kansas City at Baltimore night NATIONAL LEAGUE L 21 2 12 11 11 11 Pet. GR .913 .522 9 .500 n'A Saenger today was considerably above average, dur to the picture we are playing, and many people came to see this picture that are not regular movie customers. The complete running time of the show 12. 13, .480 10 10 1 .435 H 8 12 .400.11V' 2 9 14 - .391 12% 8 15 . .348 1, Yesterday's Reults. (No Games Scheduled) Today's Gafnes New York at Cincinnati Brooklyn at Chicago '.Philadelphia at St. Louis (night) Pittsburgh at Milwaukee night SOUTHERN New Orleans Birmingham A tl a nta Memphis Chattanooga Nashville Mobile Little • Rock ASSOCIATION W L, Pet. GB 19 10 .655— 18 12 .600 \V; 12 • .600 IV: 12 .586 . 2 18 17 17 14 8 13 17 20 22 6 .567 .452 .286 10 .241 1 Yesterd.ay's Results Atlanta 4, Little Rock 2 Chattanooga 5, Mobile 4 Birmingham 8, New - Orleans (Only games scheduled) Today's Games Atlanta at Little Rock New Orleans at Birmingham Memphis, at Chattanoga Mobile at Nashville IQ7 Sj^ned for Not Springs ; . W ' ' -• *^Open Tourney HOT . SPRINGS, • W-rThe entry .list-for the $15,000 Arlington Open golf .tournament.'closed' at noon today while amateurs shot their qualifying .-rounds.. . : ' At. a late. c_ount there were. 87 professionals and..30^ amateurs, on the list for the first Professipnal Golfers ' Association tournament in Arkansas since 1929. ; The- professionals ; Will qu-alify automatically • 'for- the tournament. Amateurs'; : hbwevep, ^fired an 1? ohi.c benediction 'repeated in uni.- hole ciualifying sound today on the son. Fruit .punch and s.adwiches were served t(» the'24 present, iy the "(jesses. Lookouts Edge Beers by 5 to 4 By VERNON BUTLER. Of The Associated Preif Dick Hyde, rescued Dick-McCoy last night with three Mobile runs in and none out in the thirc} inning and. pitched a np-liitler <or- seven frames. Hyde's brUlian,t relief stint helped Chattanooga to a 5-4 vie- ; Mr*. Yarbrouoh , Ho»t«ss To 47 Club Members of the '4,7 Bridge Club were entertained on Wednesday, •afternoonjby .Mrs. R.-'P t Yarbrough at i>et,home.- •.- >.:••,,<• /- • :• .-••.jTtiP«living , room^ arranged for 'the-players, was ' beautifully decorated with arrangements of pansies, roses and mums. , Mrs. Charlie Scott won the high score award and Mrs. Bill Gates the cut award,, A dainty salad course was served to, members Mrs. Glenn Hairston, Mrs Jim Nelson, Mrs. B. A. De- Lama.r, Mrs. E, R. Ward., Mrs. C. R, Gray, Mrs. Scott, bridge guests Mrs. Jeb Wylie, Mrs. Gates and tea guests Mrs. Frank Haltom, Jr., and Mrs. Joe Crane, Civic Improvement Committee Meets The, Civic Improvement Committee met at the Chamber of Commerce last week to adopt plans for the Community Accomplishment Contest. This contest is state wide and cities the size of Prescott have 4 projects to. work on. George E. Wylie was appointed contest chairman. The four projects adopted by this committee fop 1959 and the chairman of each committee are as follows: Relig- No. 1 course'' at the Hot- Springs Country Club, '.'•'". Tournamenfr play, which starts Thursday after a day of practice tomorrow,, will 'be- on the No, 3 course. 'About 20..'touring pros were on the . scene' today, including Art Wall Jr., E*eddie- Haas Jr;, Ted KT.611: and J^arty ..Fiirgol. ;: -Other leading'•:* professionals, in- cljiding. Gary Mjiddlecpff . and Ed Fupgoi, 1 ' .were' expected ,later. .Ray Q'Brien of.-Chicago, PGA tournament director- who arrived here yesterday from .the Colonial at Fort Worth, Tex., predicted that a few more pros would turn up for the tournament, boosting the entry list total to 130. Sale of $10. tournament tickets r golf fans who want to see tho prosi in- : . action, has been extended, to Thursday. Sports in Brief BROOKLYN, N, Y., (UP)—Bob Provizzi of Freeland,, P^., and Hardy Smallwqod of Brooklyn were matched today for a 10,-round middleweight bout at Eastern Park way Arena, May 16. ion, Dr. N. R. Development, Nelson; Industria.1 Fred White; Civic Improvement, C. O. Walhquist; Education, Dr. Jack Harrell. committee solicits the support of each organization and individual in Prescott contest a success. to make this tory ovpr the a«d gave th* Lookouts a swe&p of the four-game series. Birmingham tl|!ht.fn»4 the by cuffing the pace-setting New Orleans. Pelicans 8-5, an* Atlanta remained in a second-place tie with the Barons by trimming Little RocH 4-2,, .MficaeMa. wA. "....' ville took the night oft. used extra-base to fiihut Mofey«i its llth ^ ios?,1 TrnUuu[ (H e^iiiainfs, ^e iioojwuts , ed. away tit 8e»C st|rt«r $ob W»it? «n4 ha* Jk ti» after six. They , ...... , . very small crack by distorting Us, Administered th« co.up. in th* , _„»--„,— vw «.u m ^_ JwW it VMt. The prizes of towns the size of Prescott ave: 1st, prize $700.00; se- qo'nd *400.00; 3rd $250.00; 4th, .00 and 5th, $100.00. The bijj- the progress made by, Prescott as the result qf the work done in this contest. Rutcher was a Wednesday visitor in TexarKana. §a.xqn Regan and Mrs. J. Regan spent Wednesday in ROME, ttaly, (UP). — Giuseppe Merlo and Faustp G.ardini met today in an all-Italian fjnal in the Rome International Tennis tournament, Merlo gaied the title round by, upsetting Budge Patty of Los Angeles, while Gardini turned back Enrique Morea of Argentina.. CAMDEN, N.J., (UP-) - Willie Hartack, -who won the jockey championship, at- the recent Laurel meeting in a breeze, is off to another fast start at Garden State Park. Willie- rode four winners y&s- terday and now has 11 for the first seven days of the meeting, NEW YORK, (-U'P-) — The 1955 National Amateur Bike Racing. championships will be held at thjB Flushing Meadow tra.qk t Aug 27-2$, At wa.* Mr. and Mrs. Orin Ellswortjh L have had as their guests, Mr. Mrs. Mose Smith of Ruston, ] Mjss Mary Jo Fincher ot Little ocli.Mr. a n dMrs,WiUia«Fi er »t»4 Jimmy <rf Hope were of and Mrs. Howard qrah»m. today. NEW YORK. <VF> •<- A ra,cin$ o.ccurre4 yesterday at BeJ, . mpnll Park Wbea Popj; g .., Step, tor first ace in. a opening Q, NfW VOH» (UP) »W» (£§ —•"»! "i- .."^^ **cfetf isl 6 .571 COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB, Hot Springs 8 6 i57l EJ Dorado S Monroe 7 Pine-Bluff 7 .Greenville 6 Vicksburg 5 :500 .500 .462 .385 -.(•,-. ..YejStpnd^y's, Results • Hot Springs 11, .El .Dorado. 6 Monroe 12, Gi'eenville 0 Pine Bluff 7, Vjcksburg 0 . . . Toda.y'4 Garnes Hot Springs at Yicks.burg Greenville at El Dorado Monroe-at .Pine Bluff By The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION ..Charleston, at Denver ppstponet Toledo 3; Omaha 2 Indianapolis at Minneapolis, post poned • : 'Louisville 'at St.... Pa,ul j?ostp,o.nei: TEXAS i.EAG,UE San Antonio 2; Shreveport. 1 Oklahoma City 5; 'Dallas 0. Tulsa. 2; Fort Worth 1 Houston 4; Beaumont 3 WESTERN LEAGUE Sioux City at ColpradQ Springs postponed Des Moines at Pueblo. postpon,ec Wichita 8; Lincoln; 7 .'. Letters to the Editor This ii your newspaper. Write t» it. LAttftts criticizing the editorial policy of Commenting upen Taets in the news columns, are equally welcome. Every writer must sign his name and atid- . cess but publication of ni<me may Se withheld if requested. To the Editor of tho Hope Star: I realize that parking meters are needed in the City of Hope in order io provide ample parking spaces and bring in needed revenue. However, I sometimes wonder if we aren t overdoing the thing, and as one example I would like ttf state an experience that 1 know occurred today. Out- matinee attendance at the today is 2 hours and 18 minutes, j which makes it , bad on the customers with automobiles, because hey can only put in money for two lours at a time. Twenty of the ladies who went in the shew at 2:00 p. m. came out at 4^8 and found parking tickets on their automobiles. I don't have ;p tell you that we received several .elephone calls from irate customers,, and frankly, I don't blame them; It cost these twenty .ladies $1.10 to see the movie this after* noon, including their fine, money they. 'put into the parking meter and their movie ticket, and the City Treasury was enriched by $12.00. • I don't blame the City Police as I realize they are enforcing the Ordinance, however, I think it Would be a wise move for the City Council to make some provisions in cases like this. I don't advocate that people going to the movie. 1 *-;; should be allowed free parking' spaces, but I do believe that in cases like today, they should not have to pay a 50c fine for 18 minutes overparking. The police could be given authority to waive the fine in -such cases, after checking with the theatre to verify the length of the show, and whether or not a particular person attended. As the Ordinance now stands, there are no exceptions! • Everyone who saw "A Mar»Called Peter' will agree that it would have ruined their enjoyment of the movie to leave during the last 18 minutes to feed the parking meter, and this is also true of most all movies. The situation I have mentioned happens every day, but it was, worse today. One lady told me today that in the future, she would attend the movies in Texarkana, as she has never had' 'her car tagged while atten T », ding the movies there. If this lady~ attends- the movies in Texarkana, what \vlll keep her from buying her clothing, groceries and gasoline in tax-free Texarkana? ; I hope this problem Js one that has been overlooked by the Cf:y Council and that they will see fit •to help work out a solution. Sincerely Eldon Coffman. The'Mississippi Valley flood oi 1927 took 313 lives arid tho Ohio River flood of -1913 killed 4G7 people. Legal Notice A-STATE WINS JONESBORO Arkansas State scored a 6-3 baseball vic^ tory over Centenary College of, Shreveport, La., here yesterday. The Arkansans made six runs in. th third inning on four singles, a walk and two fielders' choices. The two teams play here again today. No. 7747 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. LERONE C. BRONSON ....Plaintiff ' vs. MARTHA BRONSON ....Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, MARTHA BRON.^ SON warned to appear in tins'* court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, LERONE C. BRONSON. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 9 day of May 1955. (SEAL) Garrett Willis, Clork Weisenberger & Wilson, Att'y for Plaintiff Pat Casey, Attorney ad Litem May 10, 17, 24, 31 Moore Bros. New Instpnt Sw«n% Down M CAKE MIX 4 ' SLICED BACON 49 ' , V1NI HI PIN ED ICECREAM NECK BONES CRT, TueiJay May 10, If55 MOM ItAti Vf"?^'®?.,'-* i •«":*» ir'f- V ^ l^ * ; AAtAMIAI 'tP^J^'V^jc' v V . • " '?. ? '*T-* •LONDII $'*•' , ,^-^c -'j^ ABRAHAM LINCOLN IS ON THE FIVE-DOLLAR POP WHOSE FACE IS ON THE FIVE DOLLAR BILL? if Gtiicfc [THANK vpu.OEAR.-iCAN ) " r USE THAT "ON MV SHOPPING TRIP MEN MAY HAVE THEIR FACES ON MONEY BUT • IT'S THE WOME.N WHO GET THEIR WANftS ON 1 IT 02A«K IRI OUT OUR WAY •y J. K. 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