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W •f : ffc-UdjUl^fcu "V *. WjftjLXfiJX ~ - "< S3l , May Hor, ARKANSAS afttf AIR CONDITIONING SIRVICE ALLIANCE REPAIR 210 t, 3rd 7*2*09 Highway IT WMI LUCK'S USID FURNtTURt CO, M|« «t City Limn* w«rt II ftillOM Watsf »afc«l« lot ••!• l»hMlt 7-4M1 Mope, Ark. WANTED TO BUY ' Used Sho REAVES' IARGAIN HOUSE Men's . AfcrdSB from Post Office For Graduation Gifts " of at Life Time select Watches & Jewelry From Mhoon't Jewelry Store • TUBILISS TIRES "' at'popular prices WHEEL BALANCING white you wait ^OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. t For 'Low Cost'Insurance * Buy...,.„ STATE FARM MUTUAL < ' ' • Contact HORACE HUBBARD 212 £. 16th • Phone 7-2436 MATTRESSES < lor Made fntb Iniwraortai Work Guarantee* •>>-*„ Ons Day 8«rvkM, MB . , ..DAVIS ) rMFtnfVftt v"^nQttfOM Wv* W •. Am ftCttt Phon« 7-ltli CLASSIFIED Aft Mutt ie in Office Oty teforir Numbef Ht Word* Up to 13 16 to 20 Z1 to 25 26 to 30 'J1 to 35 34 to 40 «1 to 48 46 to SO WANT Afr BATES All Wdnt A<ft ere poyobl* adwmcir baf bdr win bt (Iv&r th0 f6t&0niffitf- ortt tlon account» Allowed with th« tirv dersfbndlfig the account j* poyobl* One thrM Six 6i._ Doy Day* Dbys Month .45 .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 6;00 ,75 1.50 2.50 7,50 .90 1.80 3.00 9:09 1.05 2.10 3.50 10,50 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.09 r.35- Z.70 4'50 13)30 f.50 3.0a 5.00 15.00 CLASS i Pied DISPLAY f ivmt -fse per incH 3. tirfrtM <0e per Inert 6 time* SOc. per Inch Rotes quoted above ore for eon* teeutiv* 'nsertion!. Irregular or skip* date ads will take the one-day rate; All daily classified advertising copy WlM' be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publisher! reserve the right to revise • or edit all advertisements of* fered for publication and to reject cny objectionable advertising tub* mltted Initial* of on* or more letter*, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be respoh- tible for errors In Want Ads unletl errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For'Rent SIX room unfurnished house. 812 West 4th.'$35 a month. Dial 72247. . . ; . 10-tf NICELY" FURNISHED Apartment, private bath, entrance, garage. 603. West 4th, phone 7-4374. 13-6t Politkal Announcement •the-sat-1* fcutfitrtteed'-ffr *a* noanee that the following «tw candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary election*: For- M»yor B; L. RETTIO ». IVf. (OLIE) OLSOIf J'EltD. JR. Real Estate for Sato WE SELL '— we rent — we buy R'eal Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY May 9-1 Mo. CROWN WESTERN SHARES •f Diversified Income 1 Fund Prwpeotua available from) M.S. BATES Arfc Phone TOP'S SERVICE Hy 67 West of Hop* ELECTRIC WELDING Done ' anywhere, ball u*. •tie us. for your Car, Truck, u „ , Tractor repairs. HftVareTw'near-as-yotir phone" |E€-T-MITE Termite Control Service Free Inspection .Ownerfjjf Operated by GUYGRIGG ' * Service pollef -' 109 South Main St. Phonei 7-3445 or 7-2772 CURRY'S Termite 'Control Co. S J t •BONDED •INSURED • GUARANTEED For Free Inspection call W .,. Middlebrooki Jr. Phpnes 7-^822 or 7-3791 UNFURNISHED garage apartment for adults Close-in. Phone 7-5551. 16-Ot SIX ROOM house, 27 acres, electricity, deep well, 1% miles but old 67 V/est. Phone 7-3759. 17-3t FURNISHED two room apartment, newly 'decorated. Garage. No children. Mrs. Judson, 220 N. Elm. 19-tf For Sole SAND, Gravel, topsoil,, fill dirt. Phone' 7-43B2. A. L. Park. ' ' •; May 15-1 Mo. FERTILIZER, 'ammonia, and nitrate soda. Cheap.for cash. J. W, Strickland. April 21-1 Mo. MV HOME — one mile north of Lewisville on Highway 29. Thretf acres ot land, four room house with bathroom and fixtures. One attic fan, one window fan, two bedsteads with springs, two cotton mattresses, one dresser,, on» wardrobe, one bedroom .heater,' one living room suite which, ooa- sists of one divan, one platform rocker, two straight chairs, one' living room hater, one 17 inch Emerson TV set, one rug,' one dining room set consisting of one' table, four chairs, one Tappan range, one GE refrigerator, one national pressure cooker, one rug, well house with well pump, one Day and Night hot water heater, one heating stove, one washing machine, two tubs, ,one car house, one chicken house' and chicken' yard, 9- head white' leghorn chickens, one automobile garage good location, one rural mail box. This place is priced, at $7,0000. Telephone 298-R-3, Carl WilkersoH, Lewisville, Ark. 16-fit HAtTONAL W Brooklhn Chicago- St. Louis New York Milwaukee Cincinnati Pittsburgh- Philadelphia t Pet, GB 23 7 .781 18 15 .545 7!' 2 15 13 .536 8 1G 14- .533: fl 1715 .531 8 12 18 .400 12 11 20 .355 13V4 9 21 .305 15 Yesterday's Results Chicago 3, Philadelphia 2 Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 1 St. Louis 3, Brooklyn 2 New York 4, Milwaukee 2 Today's Games New York at Milwaukee (Only game scheduled) TWO BEDROOM home, close-iri paved streets, $200 cash, balance like rent. Phone 7-4308. 17-3t TWO BEDROOM home 1% bloc from Brookwood School at 81 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-t SIX BEDROOM, 2 story hous with 2 J /& baths. Ideal for roomih, house, 2 blocks from-town. Pricet right. 521 South Main; ,W. H. Fin cher, Phone 7-2209. May 10-1 Mo TWO FRAME homes, with, acre age, close-in, low down, payment SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Ph one 7-3766. May 17-1 Mo 120 FEET wall fixtures — fountain and back 'bar, cash register booths for sale at Byers Drug Will be open Monday and Tues day May 23-24. J. V. Rogers. . 18-4 BABY BUGGY; in good condition priced', to sell. 212 E. 16th. Phqn 7-2436. 18-3 20 GEESE for sale. $2 each. W Berlin Jones, 3 miles East Pat mos-; Ark,, ' 18-6 Offered! MATTRESS rcnpvltloii «nd inner- •prlng work.. Cobb Mkttreu Co 31« South WuBingtbn. Mont V-2021. Mar. *-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Cui- tom alaughtering. Phon« 7-3381 10-1 Mo. MOVING? Long .pistance Moving. All Moving Rates 'are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Pres cott, Ark.: Free Estimate. ' '•••" May 14-tf Hope Star Mr *f H*M H»f; Pr«n 1*27 fiMwIMwM J«*u*ry II, 1»2f PIANOS TUNED, repaired; rebuilt, workmanship guaranteed. H, D. Woosley, Prescott, Ark. 19-6t Notice Jess Morris for custom slaughter 1 ing and cold storage at Com' munity Ice Co. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478, April 22-1 Mo. evwy weekday afternoon by ITAH fUB|.ISHINq CO. C. I. Palmer, Preild«nl Aim. H. WmMnmt, SceyTmu •t Th* Star Building 113-14 South Walnut ItrMt W**hkum, Id Hr » Wttar Ho»m«r, »«««•• ff •i|'"«lfrl*f'in Hoot 'ood neighboring 1J.OO Nevqrfp, M», Howard, and MUltr court . .19 1.60 Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insur- •nc« , . . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON.CORNEI.nJS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-657Q or 7-8501. 13-1 Uo. Help Wonted WANTEJD — Experienced waitress Apply in Person. Mac's Restaur- «pt, 408 E.,Third or house next WEUL .IMPROVED 1,000 acre cattle ranch, modern home, plenty of water and grass. Can be bought \<ath or without stock. Priced lor quick sale. Don't miss this Bargain. Call or write FOSTER" 'REALTY GO. Hope, Arkarisas PRospect 7-4691. 17-3t Mole Help Wanted AMERICAN Clevalend New • York Shicagq Detroit Boston Washington Kansas City Baltimore .. LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 21 10 .6.77 19 11 .G33 IV 18 11 ,021 2 17. 15 .531 4M 15 19 .441 12 18 .400 12 19 .387 9 10 21 .323 11 OVa 8% Yesterday's . Results Cleveland 19, Boston 0 New York-11, Chicago 6 Detroit 6, Baltimore 3 Washington ,7, Kansas City 2 Today's Games (No games scheduled) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. Atlanta New Orleans Chattanooga Birmingham 'Memphis TCashvflle " •Mobile Little Rock 24 14 22 14 24 16 21 16 19 19 .632, .611 .600 GB 1 1 Leaders in the Major Leagues By the Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (based rin 75 at bats) — Power, Kansas City. .398 Kuenn, Detroit, .391 Kaline, Detroit, .379. RUNS BATTED I N— Zernial, Kansas City and Vernort, Washington, 29 Kaline, Detroit and 'Manitle, .New York, 26 Nieman, Chicago, 24. HITS — Kuenn, Detroit, 54 Kaline, Detroit, 47 Bauer, New York 40. HOME RUNS — Mantle, New York, 11 Zernial, Kansas City, 10 Jensen, Boston, 8. PITCHING (based on 3 decisions) — Consucgra, Chicago, 3-0, 1.000 Turley, New York, G-l, .857 Ford, New York, 5-1, .833. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (based on 75 at bats) — Mueller, New York, .391 Campanella, Brooklyn, .347 Logan, Milwaukee, .342 Virdon, St. Louis, .341 Schoendienst, St. Louis, .336 RUNS BATTED IN — Snider, Brooklyn, 36 Campanella, Brooklyn, 33 FurilJo, Brooklyn, 29. HITS — Mueller, New York, 45 Camphnella, Brooklyn, 42 Logan Milwaukee, 41. HOME RUNS — Snider, Brooklyn, 11 Kluszewski, Cincinnati, 10 Furillo. Brooklyn, 9. PITCHING (based on » 3 decisions) — Newcombe, Brooklyn. 5-0, 1.000 Jeffcoat, Chicago, 4-0, 1.000 Arroyo, St. Louis, 3-0, 1.000. animous in the opinion that Fox not only had fjelded the ball, but was in .the- act of tagging Bauer when the husky outfielder came barreling into him. Willie Pep in on Easy Victory DETROIT UP) — Wily Willie' Pep, !the former featherweight charn.- "Maybe he calls it aggressive pion ot the wor icl danced and baseball," Fox said angrily, "but|j a bb et j his way to one of the most 1 call it dirty playing. If he wants lone-sided victories of his long ca- ta play football instead of base-| reer i ast night, gaining a unarii- ball I'll—get some fbotbal pads the next time and we'll go at it." Bauer told it this way: "Sum he had the ball, but he was standing in rhy way .I'm entitled to tha baseline. So I hit him wilh my chest." "It's high time we did something about this guy," a White Sox player said. "In Chicago he nearly cut off Chico Carrasquel's leg, sliding in with his spikes high. This lime he deliberalely charged inlo Nellie lo break up a sure double play. It's high time our pitchers got even by brushing him mous 10-round decision over an inept Gil Cadilli. It was a nationally televised rematch of their March 30 fight at Parks Air Force Base in California, taken by Cadilli in a much disputed decision. The 32-year-old ex-champ from Hartford, Conn., took command at the opening bell and hardly gave Cadilli, 23, of Los Angeles, a chance to land a solid blow. •Refereei | Jackie Schwartz gave Pep every round, awarding- him . , ",, ~ - . -ItTIJ t; V Cl ./ 4V*tmVl, UlTUlUllJg-AAJllI back ^ with a couple of high hard| the maximum 100 points to 82 oncs - for Cadilli. Juclgeg Andy Brown Marion said an official protest was useless because "it's not a matter of rule interpretation, but one of judgment." Sox Angry at m Yankee Game .568; 2% .500 5 19 20 .487 5'/ 11 25 .306 12 " 11 27 .289 13 Yesterday's Results Atlanta 5, Mobile 3 Chattanooga 9, Memphis 3 Nashville '5, Little Rock 2 New ^ Orleans 3, Brimingharn Today's Games Atlanta' at' Mobile ' Ghattanooga at -Mephis • Nashville: at Little Rock Birmingham' at New Orleans SALARY,, car allowance, commissions and renewals to' sell arid trairi others to sell lifetime .coverage hospital plan* Write A. T*. Thompson, 212' Center, Little Rock. 18-6t Business For Lease ONE SUPER! SERVICE Station, 3rd ' and Laurel. Reasonably' priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. ''' Wonted to Buy TWO BEDROOM home. Must fae close in. Write letter'giving complete details to Box "A", care of Hope Star. 17-31 The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mis* Turner. at Hicks Funeral Home COTTON-; El Dorado^" Hot Springs Greenville; Monroe- -.Pine Bluff Vicksburg STATES LEAGUE ' W liPct. GB 13 9 .591 13 10 ' .565 11 9 .550 • 11 10 11 11 ' . 6 16' .524 ' I'/, .500 2' .273 7 Yesterday's Results El- Dorado -5, Hot Springs 1 Pine Bluff 6, Vicksburg 4 Monroe, at Greenville, (ppd, wet grounds)'. Today's Games Hot Springs'' at El Dorado Monroe 'at; Greenville Vicksburg: at Pine Bluff By v ,The' /Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Ihdiana'polis 10 Charleston Qmaha 7 St. Paul 3 Toledo 10- Louis.ville 9 Minneapolis* at Denver, pfcnad. post (Roy Bradford of Hope died at lis home Tuesday, May 17, Funeral arrangements are incomplete. The Usher board of the Greenville Baptist Church, Stamps, Arcansas will present a Pageant at he Garrett Chapel Baptist Church Saturday night, May 21, 1955. Bev cause ot the time being late we take his method to invite all usher joard in and around the city. The public s also invited. Title of the xageant "Old Ship Of Zion." There will be a weiner roast at he home of Mrs. Persie Turner Saturday night, May 21, sponsored jy the senior choir. The public is (TEXAS. LEAGUE Dallas' 1. Beaumont 0 Sanf A'ntpnio' 7 Tulsa 4 .Other games postponed WESTERN LEAGUE Colorado : Springs 8 Des Moines Lincoln 4".Pueblo 0 Sioux City 11 Wichita 4 By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK M— Angry Chicago White Sox players, bitter at New York's Hank Bauer for the use of what they termed "dirty tactics," threatened today to reataliate against the bruising Yankee outfielder the next time the teams meet. Umpire Ed Hurley ruled interference against Bauer for a play during yesterday's game, which the Yankees won 11-6. New York, leading 7-6, was at bat in the seventh inning. They filled the bases with one out. Andy Carey hit a grounder to second baseman Nellie Fox, who turned to tag Bauer, the base runner from first. Bauer charged into Fox and sent him sprawling. Fox, from a supine position, threw to first too late to double up Carey as Gil McDougald crossed the plate. When Manager Marty Marion charged out of the White Sox dugout to protest, Hurley ruled interference on Bauer and sent McDougald back to third. Bauer was called out and the bases remained full. Marion argued for a double play but got nowhere. Mickey Mantle then hit a grand slam homer to put the Yankees beyond reach. Baseball rule 7.09F seemed to uphold Marion. It states: "If any.base runner who had iust been retired hinders or impedes any following play being made on a runner, such a runner should be declared out for the in- .erference ot his teammate." Hurley, 'however, had a different ersion. Reached . in the umpires' dressing room after the game, he said: "Bauer pushed him while Fox was in the act of fielding the ball. le did not have complete control of the ball. That's why I called 3auer out for interference. "If Fox had full possession, I would have ruled it a double play." Press box observers were un- .. trims., edges., mulches., cuts weeds The Third Sunday at Oak Grove s considered Junior Church Day nd although it was Commence- •nent Sunday, they had planned a Calendar Birth Month Rally and . was carried, out. Each leader of is month had a little placard with. is month placed thereon. All the months were, represented as fol^ ows. January, $2,56; February $2,6; Ma'rch; April $2,20; May $2.85; une ?3.80; July $12.50; August, 2.25;, September, $3.00 : ; October, 1 : .30'; November 70 cents; dopr. 16-U Awnings Canvas Awnings and metal awnings, Manufacture Venetian blinds- Renovating o}<J Rug Cleaning. Formerly RiJejF Cooper 1915 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Tex. May 14-1 Mo, F«moU Ntlp cosmetics ' W* need qre u\ good de- SJation, Hot Sjv ber, $T.2t), Nice rivalry^ a good spirit and a neat sum was raised. John Aadms representing July had the largest amount, while March with A. l-i, Duffie ran close second. Thanks to all who assisted, Fights Lost Night •y Th* Detroit Hartford Pres« -rr- Willie Pep, Conn., outpointed, Cadilli, WVz, Los Angeles, 10. Hollywood, Calif. T- Memo 111. Mexico City, knocked out Keeny Ter«n, Ul, Los 3. (for Jforth American title). m tor Here's a brand-new kind of power mower, for any kind of grass. Here's the easy answer to a tmooth, clean lawn, with all' edges and borders perfectly trimmed. Here are more features than you'll find in any other mower; *«l*fy Tiny concea]e*b]^des pivot out of the way when they strike a solid object, Sm'eaMi. wid» «u« This mower leaves no wheel marks. Cut is 20 inches wide. CUM «ny h*lahi Cuts tall grass and weeds t» height you select, from % to 2 inches. Trim* *v«r *<f «•» Cuts over edges without digging, cuts on either side right up to walls. Wou't scalp the lawn. vi» »r mtrteli** Vaeu»m action throws cuppings into catdier. Or catcher can he renx>ve4 for mulching. NEW McCULLOCH twn-actioti POWBIt LAWN MOWBIt SALES AND SERVICE YOUR McCULLOCH DEALER TM E TEX COMPANY HOM, ARKANSAS K'< and Joe Gfreenhsrg both scored it 99 to 87. Pep weighed 128? and Cadilli rl2G'/ z . ... .-. i Appendectomy Takes Out Matthews MILWAUKEE W) - Eddie Mathews. heavy-hitting M il w. a 11 k e el Braves' third baseman who nacip just found the home run range. 'was knocked out of the lineup lb-1 terday by acute appendicitis. He . will be absent lor two tc four weeks, said Dr. Irw'in Schulz. who operated on him. ycsterdaj afternoon. Milwaukee M a n a B,' e r Char! lie Grimm, tagged wii;1i numerous bad breaks since the.Braves movecj to Milwaukee and becsime pennanf contenders, said, philosophically: "We'll have to fig'h t harder.' Grimm used Andy Fafkocj,; third base against Nficw York Tisl night, shifted Henrjf Aaron front left field to Pafko'?/ post. in nghl and sent Bobby Thomson into left! The Braves lost 4-2. , - - _ i M •« ETTA APPLE DURHAM, N.C. i (UP) The Kar pa Sigma fraternity at Duke Unil versity chose as;its "drciMn girl.'l Miss Etta Apple cfr Wins,ton-Saleml N.C. You're invited to our FROM A RED WACON ON A COUNTRY >OAD 100 YEARS ACO YODAY WE PROUDiY BRIHC YOU CONVENIENCE • VARIETY -VALUES' SWIFT'S PREMIUM BACON SWIFT'S RASHER BACON 57c 39c Lb., Lb. SWIFT'S GRADE A DELICIOUS FRYERS SWIFT'S FULL FLAVORED CURED HAMS HALF .or WHOLE SWIFT'S 3 LB. CAN SHORTENING Can SWIFT'S FRESH PORK NECK BONES SWIFT'S PURE PORK SAUSAGE Lbs. SWIFT'S FRESH COUNTRY EGGS Doz. FRESH DRESSED HENS 4 to 6 Pounds 39! Swift's Stew Meat Lbs. MO PI STAR, HdPB, ARKANSAS 'TIRED' MACHINES | lhe cars werc no good and cou , dn - t ClfrCAGO, (UP) An Evanston' go 36 holes ' ' firm is suing a West Coast man-! The West Coast firm retorted: ufacturer to return the money! "It's too much to expect an elec for 18 electrically-operated "golf tric g°' f car to play 36 holes, the cars" to trahsporf golfers, because players get tired so do the ! machines." HAVE been filling Prescriptions for Hempstead Countians since 1887 in the same location 68 years. During those years we've made every effort to give each and every Prescription the same care and skill your Doctor gives when writing it. Let us fill your next PRESCRIPTION. 102 W. 2nd WARD & SON DRUGGIST Phone 7-2292 Hi-Way Group Off on Good Will Toiir By LEON HATCH Deaths Around the Nation By The Associated Press BALTIMORE—Dewey L. Fleming. 57, chief of the Washington bureau of the Baltimore Sunpapers from 1941 to 1955 and winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 1944 for dis- T , mm „ „ tinguished national reporting. Born LITTLE ROCK (ffl — The Arkan-'in Whilmer, W. Va Died yester- sas Highway Commission set out day. :oday for northeast Arkansas onj PHILADELPHIA—The Rev. Dr. :he first of a series of combined.Henry B. Master. 83, former mod-' nspection and "good will" lours to erator of the General Assembly various sections of the state. of the Presbyterian Church in the 43 Remain in Old Time Spelling Bee WASHINGTON Forty-three grammar school spelling whizzes remained ih the- running today as * ne 28th annual national spelling bee recessed for lunch. Only 19 of the 62 entrants had been spelled down after 3>i hours ----- ..... -.. _ ------ . ....... ^ Stops were scheduled for today United Slates and onetime secre-j of tongue-twisters had been thrown at Searcy, Batesville, Walnut. tary of the Presbyterian Board of atjhem. SALES POSITION SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Sears has openings for ambitious men interested in a selling career. These positions offer all employe benefits and career advantages, which include profit sharing and paid vacations. Draw and Commission method of compensation assures excellent earnings to aggressive men. Experience desirable, but not necessary. 'Applicants must have a car, but out-of-town traveling not required. If you are between 23 and 38, in good health, and have a high school education, you are invited'to apply in person to the local Manager at the Sears Catalog Sales Office, 916 South Main Street, Hope, between the hours of 9 and 5. i Ridge and Paragduld, where the'Pensions. Died yesterday [party will stay overnight. After| NEW YORK —Irving H. Vogel, eaving Paragould tomorrow morn-jo?, of Philadelphia, partner in the ing, the commission will visit j garment firm of Handmach- Blytheville and Wynne before re- er—Voegel, Inc. Died Tuesday turning to Little Rock. The territory to be toured mainly "belongs" to the commission'? newest member; Jim H. Grain of WilSdn. Gov. Orval Faubus' only appointee on the five-member group. Commission members are appointed from the" state at large. but no two may reside in the same congressional district. Grain lives in the First Congressional District. end there is no commissioner fron the Second District. Most of th highway miles to be traveled nr in these two districts. Two of the stops — Batesvill' and Paragould — are at place which learned only yesterday tha they are to lose highway distric leadquarters. '. The commission voted yesterdaj to move the Batesville district of 'ice to Harrison, and the Para gould district office to Jonesboro effective July 1, to* afford more central locations. Highway Director Herbert Eld ridge said the changes will mean, personnel-wise, the moving of three or four persons in each district It will not mean any change in the number of employes within the hig|hway districts, he said. The comrnission will meet with DO YOU NEED LUMBER? Dimension, Siding, S4S, flooring, 10"-12" Rough boxing. C. B. WADDLE LBR. CO. Highway 4 East Phones 7-3250 or 7-4974 Look - Low Prices That You Can Stock Up and Save. Air Conditioned for Your Comfort AAAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Less 5c on Can 1 Lb. Can ""'"' ' 87c LUCKY STRIKE LIGHT MEAT TUNA FISH 2 Cons GRAPETTE BOTTLED SYRUP Orange Lemonette, Grape & Strawberry 1 Bottle' makes 6 Pints Smith Elected President of Labor Group TEXA-RKANA, Ark. (,W — Ode Smith of Little Rock, a veteran o 18 years as union leader in Ai kansas, is the new president c the Arkansas State Federation c Labor. Smith was elected tc a two-yoa term yesterday, ending the 12-yea reign of C. W. Mowcry of Ho Springs. Smith polled 1,471 vote Mo worn 503. ' Smith has been president and business agent of Little Rock Lo cal 878 of the Teamsters Union 1! years, and also has held office in the So ut her n Conference o Teamsters. Ted Brewer of Little Rock was elected vice president without op position. Wayne Glenn of Camden wa named secretary-treasurer ovei James T. Mosley of Hot Springs 1,242 to 754. New members of the Board of Directors include V. H. Williams of Little Rock, J. Carle Dicus of Jot Springs, J. C. Swails of El Dorado, James T. Townley of Camden, Leo Hooper of Texar- :ana, and Britt York of Lamar. Re-elected to the board were Ted ielf of Fort Smith, J. D. McPher : on of Pine Bluff, Ernest Cunningham of Malvern and Lestel Ilder of Jonesboro. V. E. McKinney of Camden was lected delegate to the national VFL convention. The convention's 300 delegates Bottles 35c MRS. TUCKER JUGAR10 Lb. PET '& CARNATION MILK 4 Ssr 49c DEL MONTE PEACHES T9C MELLORI.NE FRE-ZERT CREAM 49C Gallon HAPPY VALE YELLOW 2 303 Cans 25c Tomatoes 2 303 Cans 25c FROZEN FOODS STRAWBERRIES FROSTY ACRES In Heavy Syrup lOOz. Can 24c SEALED SWEET ORANGE JUICE 4 Cans 49c PRODUCE DEPARTMENT •>* Swift's Oleo 29< Lb. GENUINE CALF LIVER SWIFT'S DRY SALT MEAT 00 Lbs. 4 TO CARTON — NICE AND PINK Tomatoes 2 ctns 23c ICEEURG LETTUCE Lb. 12c CARROTS IRISH Potatoes 10S 59c tighway Department employes at atesville, Paragould and Wynne, each of the stops, the. party Iso will' confer with representa- ves of the Chamber of Commerce and other civic groups. Eldridge an dfour other members of the Highway Department executive staff are accompanying the commission. So are five kittle Rock news, radio and television reporters. The tour, and similar ones which will follow, .revive a custom inaugurated by the commission in 1953. No tours were held last" year, perhaps in an attempt to avoid any possibility of accusations that the "non-political" Highway Commission was trying to influence the outcome of 1954's heated political' campaign. The morning ses s ion of five rounds claimed as victims two 11-year-old girls, the youngest contestants in the record field drawn from 31 states. They were Linda Nelson of Chicago and Sandra Buster of Lubbock, Tex. Two of the favored entries remaining in the riinrting wefe 1 William Kelley of Kerinett, Mo., run- rierup last' year, and Michael' Ca shore of Center Square, Pa. younger brother of thfr 19S4 champion. Willia'rn ^Cashdro. All three of the Negro "children entered — two girls and a boy — also remained in the contest. represented mort tfiari SS'.OOO' union members in Arkansas. Legal Nbfiee NOTICE IN THE PROBATE,COURT OF HEMPSTEAD GOtlNtY, '•:-. • No. 991 ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF. , . W. J. Arnold, deceased . . Last known address of decedent:. 808 East Second Street, Hope, Arkansas. Date of death:. March 14, ,1955: Tlie undersigned was appointed administratrix of^ the estate of the above-named decedent on the 19 day of April,. 1955. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the' undersigrt&tf'witriin six months" from" trie date of the | first publication ol this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from ariy benefit in the estate. . This noticie first published 5th day of April, 1955. ••••'•• •• Ellen -E'.- Arnold 1 • (Administratrix) 808 East'Second St., KTop6, Arkarisas •' May 5", 11 19^ 2S -....:. Mow is the time to Get SCREENS Frorif GUNTER RETAIL LUMBER CO. ..422 "1.; DlVISION FRIDAY & SATURDAY;MAY 20tk& 2ist CARNATION MILK SJ |0c COOKS REAL KILL Qt! Pts. HOME MADE SORGHUM SYRUP Got 199 LIGHT CRUST CORN MEAL TO Ptouhd Sock- MEAT DEPARTMENT DIAL I^P • IW JBP ^Bjjjp ^H^ ^W f^li^r (PPI^»w mp ^H^ ^HF VF itriftiif Y«r mm iwt i GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs 79c STEW MEAT Ibs, 69c PICNIC HAM 4 to 6 Lb; Avg. 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