Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 25, 1955 · Page 15
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 25, 1955
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«fe*i» , May IS, t§5S HOP! STAR, HOP!, ARKANSAS Wednesday, Way 2$, 19SS SERVICE AMLIANCS RIPAI* E. 3rd ?.2809 l.U*fc~ Hffhwty 17 WMt >^ LUCK'S OHD f UftNIYURI CO. rid* t* trty Umtt. WM* 9*«at1«A W*t*F fcfttrili for tito Ark, TT *-»B-^ • BIIIV • vr BV^T • •n'» died Shoes ,VI$* BARGAIN HOUSE from Post Of/ice i • Ft>r' Graduation Gifts f» i dfJa Ljfe (Time.select,. Watches & Jewelry From Mttoon'a Jewelry Star* »> i — .1 *.-..• -. f:"l"D;.".'y^ al (;' TUBELESS TIRES lf» of popular prices •while you wait TIRE & SUPPLY lpy: v Co8t;lriSurancr v '. ; ^,|^|^|4RM::MUTyAt:- te^MIM ; L.jC«flj«ct-' :".:.^';': . Madt Into Inmr Work Qu*r«ntea4 , JBMf^Day 8«rvlM %,9&-;*W I WESTERN SHARES rvlfted-lncom* Puntf • otua avallabla from CLASSIFIED Adi Mu*t ie In Office Day Before Publication ^^^y^^^^^^™^^^^*^?^s^j^^ WANT ADRATIS A'r Wofit Ao4 Vt9 p0yn)w ffl Mvonc* But odi will ttt ccc«pte4 Over , th* telephone . and occomodo- tlort (accounts allowed with the tin* delrtdnding the occbunt li payOblO when *t<tf«m»nt tt'reftdered. ' , Of Wdr* UO to IS 16 to 20 il to 25 24 to 90 31 to 35 34 to 40 ; 4! to 4S 44 to 60 6n« .90 1.50 Tfatm. ' Oayi t!|o lio- I? ioS Six Doyl 1.50 i't° a'.oo 4.50 8,00 M6<3ri 4.50 fi.OO 7.90 9.00 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I tl«P« 7Sf per truth 3 times .". Me peflhch 6 tlmet....,.,., :,.....,.. .SOc per Inth Rates quoted above are for cotv- •ecutlve . Insertions. Irregular or iklp- dot* ads will take the one-day rut*. All t(ally, classified 'adve/tlsjng copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication'th« following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all .advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted/ Initials of one or more letter*, Croups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hop* Star will not be responsible for errors .In Want Ads unless error* 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 " WftSj 4th.,$35 a month. Dial'.: 72247. 10-tf Announcement Star Is authorized to Announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary election*: For Mayor ft. t. RETT1O K. M. (OLIE) OLSOH . TALBOT F-EILD. JH. fUol Estate for Sok WE SELL! — we rent ~r we buy Real. Estate. COMPANY May 9-1 Mo. BEAUTlFtJl, two bedroom house! Hardy/ood floors.. Attic fan, floor furnace, v.en,c.tlnn blinds, plenty closets, and built-ins. One of tlje nicest in . this section of town. FHA approved. 100' x 125' lot. Small down payment. Balance, lo\y interest. • FHA mpnthly.. payments. 607 North Elm. CO. Real 'Estate, "• • Insurance'^ Loans. Pijone.7r4661. . H -, .'25-31 Legion Team Captures First Game Here Hope Legionnaries opened the sjeason last night with a lopsided 1,2 to 5 victory over Nashville in Fair park. Joe Barrentine got credit for the victory. The rtope team goes to Nashville Saturday night for a return contest. Nashville opened the scoring in the second tout Hope went ahead 2-1 in their half of the inning. In the 4lh tyass.ey homered 'bringing in Crawley who had singled. In the same inning Hope also scored two to stay ahead. Nashville added two more in the 7th and from then on it was Hope all the way. The boxscore: AB W.'H. .Gunter 6 Bob White 6 NATIONAL LEAGUE TWO B.'edroomy h'prrie,-' . Payed' st.reet.'.$200'cash. Balanc like rent.: PhonV 7-4308.''' ,:'/ : 25-3 Business For Lease FURNISHED two room apartmeh newly decorated. Garage. 'N children. Mrs. Judson, 220 N Elm.".-.'-' ..•'• .;.-••..' . 19rt THREE iROiOM house across .from courthouse, 710 W- 4th. Mrs. Pau 23-3 THREE, unfurnished rooms ,Pr vate •' : bath. : ' $30, utilities paic Phone 7-55i83,. 222 North Louis ana St.' . 25-3 For Sol« SAND, Gravel, topsail, flll dirt Phono 7-4392. A. L, ParJc. ' ' 'rl Mo FERTJliZEH, Bmmonia, and n 4rai£ sx>d», (Jheap for cash. J. W Strickland:- April 21-1 Mo TWj(> BEDROOM home 1% bloc* ./rpjij'Brflokwbod School at 81 •'fe^L: _i' • •'' *ii_ l •. '* j-t'i. 11 ' "« etn J • op J Control ''Sehrieir Inspection • ; »- iS^poilef""^-"-- •109 South Main Sf. " lenci 7-3445 or 7-2772 Tiflttlte Control Co; |:, ; 'V' ,^,^:,:,: ytSxiXl y '- •'•" *' ' ' > /l^r 7 .:/-*' ' ' ^' '';-•] '"""-'r "" >' " • .'•fiJiiL,' H '*«.' --^ •": .;•.:.' _•! - -..I 1 -!' . -' 2 storyf'hous with "S^^aths. Ideal for roominj , house? 2'blpckjs from town. Pricei ,:B|fHt.-,5?P.|;'ojith'Main. W. H. Fin r ch^,r_, Phone;7-2209. May, 104 'Mo TWO FRAME homes, with acre age, close-in, lo\v down payment , -SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Ph fWne;7-37G6. May 17-1 Mo TOMATO plants, a^ artificial boy .... suets and wi.^atfys for Decoration 'Gampbeli's Florist. 1804"• Sbutl Kim. Phone 7-44?G. : 23-3 ,. with. s>cipn: .miles 'Spvith on LewisvUl y. Inquire, .at Middle at EJvening 23:3 TWO'BI(A<?K- *-TA!N hunting dogs 8 rrjontbs'JDl4. .Rojjt.e, 3, ?ox 23H Cleo Graham. ' 24-3 !*:\EAiOrJ.'-.--.' wagon, disc mowjng machine, harrow, ..middle buster,, 12"' breaHing .'Blow, fer tilizer 4? str it>Wtor," cream se|>ar atoi\an<J"'Othe*Stools, DrwmmoAd Ozan.- •-•'•' -• ;; •'" ; ' ' • '• 25-1 Services Otfertd MATTRESS renovatlop And inncr- ipring work- Cobb MattreM Co •If «outh VuUnitoB. Mont f-aan. MIT. «•« VALPA itonteomerjr Market, Cui fawn fl&ughtejciog. Pbona 7r3S0i ror /L,ong Distance ,'Mouing AU Moving Ratps ar« not the same. .Call collect. 5fl2 Pres,cott Transfer an4 storage In'o. Pres cott. Ark: Free Estimate.' ' -. • May 14-tf IMf; fnu weekday afternoon . W»«hbum, . f rtsldtnt PIANOS TtTNED, repaired; rebuilt, -workmanship guaranteed. Write H. D, Woosley, Prescott, Ark. \9-6t HOUSE moving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone «42-Kll. Ma.y 23-1 Mo Me S»l , «'RH ,»*"*r »f FIK -wf«i* <M M»IM, •• -ffTlrtrnii. Hlg Aty"»»;M«^eh-I, 1 inT^ ?B|i!'-.'<J' •'... » i' '^••••r' < Ui-' 1 " i" "ff~~**~n-*mm «<~.p. -.13,00 . Hwrtpjieod, N»vodo, WATOH and Jewelry Repair. Let - Keith's time your watch electri STORE. 24,6t Notice Jess Morris /oj custom slaughtering and cold storage at Com: munlty Ige Co. Phone 7-2244 or 7-5*78. April 22-1 Mo. Flint ral Director! -. .,.,....,.,..,, -I M OAKCRE3T Funeral Home. Insur- «nc* . , . AmbuUnce. 2nd It Jf». Wl, . . Phone 7-2123. }?-J Mo, HKRNPQN-COBN1SWUS Home *a4 Burial / Prompt Ambulance Mi?a w i>w*. ffrvlc*. 194 Mo. Awningi Canvj* Awnlnff an* «iet«l awn- M*0»tftct4re Venetian OTtfE StfPER SERVICE StaUpn.'Sr 'and Laurel. Reasonably priced See S. L. Murphy for details. ' ' ' ' " Help Wanted WAl^TBD — Experienced - Ajsply in Person. Mac's Re&tp.ur ant, 409 E. Third or house door. . . 16-1 RELIABLE MAN -WANTED ; I will be in Hope soon to in T terview applicants for -a permanent and extremely profitable connection, -wito a'reliable company, operat- • ing nationa.Uy. .Bmsiness experience no.t' .required", 'as ' you will dp no se.Uing,. Tp , qualify"for this opening-•.YOU must': - ; '• ' :"• '.•••.-• • 1. Reside in Hope or nearby. • •''!.' '.'• '.• ' • 2. Be honest and atnb.itipus. . 3. Supply good'•r'etereiice.s. 4. Be' prepared' to : Uct • irfti . mediately.. : 5. Hay.e .at feas,t.?l,250,00 to . $2,65,Q.O.p wqirking capltill to start with. : • 6. Be In good health. ! . aU though • y,our age. 13 npt , important. If you can qualify on all of the abo.ye six pftUits' wrrte at once giving qdpress.and phone nynjber to • : ... " Divisiorial" Manager Post Office Box 57 v Oklahoma 9ity,\9klahorna •' ; . . • •'-•'•• -'!•••••' '• ; Female Help Wonted iiOUSEWIVES, tiwial ^coneero will tra'in^ a 'few sincere' wpmen tp 49 '" .at hojn> .(Rleasant ' .If qualified can earn $3 to $4 ah hovjr. in spare ^inoe.^ec.ari.f^r nish>yery#yi)g. No, se^Jiaf,' Writ v only:; B6x .D, '-fi&.&pt. lisfce. $tair - ' •' : ' •" ' " Fftund YELLOW MARE mule, 'wearing U. S. Bridle. H. O. Grisham. 90: West 6th or phone 7-*334'. . 24-3 *• • '- - • ' J{ • __ ;; JOMES for kittens. 'Please contac Mrs. H. O. JCyler, Jr., Phone;7^§ 64. ' •••..'•-'.•' 25-3 Tfie Negro Comiiiyjiity By Helen f urne'r Ftib/ie 7-6B?0 pr bntng items to Mlsi Turner at Hicks Funeral Home Miss NP.rr.i§ Wi.lUernspn, a s dent of A. M. ^nd N. College, Pine Jluff, is sppfldi^ig a few days with >er parents, tyr. and Mrs, S. N. Williamson of >Jope, Arkansas, and ther rejatives. Mis? Wims.mson •\vill return to Pine Bluff Sunday, May 29, where he will woj'k as a typist .in the 'Usiness office there on the capmus ^e hag just CQnrpletec} ,he^ soph.- more year, is majoring in Busness Education, and was just re- ently initiated into the "Ivy Leaf Club of Alp.ha Kappa Alpha Soror The Silver Swan Singers of Kan- al program at the Antioch papist Ch.urch Sunday-, May 29, spoil. ioyi,tfd. By Sacremento, Calif. —Joey Lopes, ed gandy S^dle?, 130y s , " ' IP Bea,sley Felagamo Bill Gunter Nix Barentine Gough Duke Caslleberry Nutt B. Reese .. Crawl.ey . Maney , Anderson jGant ..' Walles Clyde Reese G 3 6 5 5 ... 5 ... 5 H 0 0 3 1 0 2 0 1 0 R 1 1 3 3 2 2 0 ,' 0 0 49 7- 12 AB 11 R •' 5 5 5 5 ... 5 0 0 0 1 2 ... 9 0 ... 4 1 ...4 0 ... 4 1 42 5 0* 0 ( : 2'' 1 0 0 i l.f 1 '• Moore Rated Top Heavy Contender NEW YORK OP) — Light heavyweight champion Archie Moore today was ranked as the top heavyweight contender in the latest Ring Magazine ratings fo/- his victory. over. Cub.a's Nino Valdes; It was the first time since S pay Robinson \vas included in both welterweight and middleweight dir Visions six ye.ars ago, that a boxdr has placed in two classes. Robin- pon was welterweight champ at the time. The 38-year-old More outpointed Valdes, then the No. 1 contender,, in a 15-rounder in Las Vegas, May 2. ' !'-•Valdes dropped to fourth behind Pittsburgh's Bob Baker .and England's Don Gockell. In a reshuffle of the middleweight contenders, France's Charley Humez replaced Joe Giardello of Philadelphia as the leading challenges with Hocky Castellaoi of Cleveland second. Giardello dropped to third because of idleness. Virgil Akins of St. Louis moved out of nowhere into the No. 01 Brooklyn New York Chicago St. Louis Milwaukee Cincinnati Pittsburgh Philadelphia W L Pet. GB 27 9 750 21 15 .583 6 > .556 7 .500 9 .500 9 .441 11 .333 15 .324 15 20 16 10 16 8 13 15 19 12 24 11 23 Yesterday's Results Philadelphia C, New York 2 Pittsburgh 15, Brooklyn 1 Cincinnati at Milwaukee <ppd. rain) St. Louis at Chicago (ppd.,rain Today's Games Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (N) Cincinnati at Milwaukee N) New York at Philadelphia twi-night) St. Louis at Chicago (N). (2 AMERICAN Now. York Cleveland Chicago Detroit Washington Boston Kansas City Baltimore LEAGUE W L Pet. 23 12 .057 22 13 21 13 20 1G If) 18 . 15 22 14 22 11 25 .G29 .G18 .556 .455 .405 .389 GB 3 2 7 9 9>.' 2 .30G 121/2 Yesterday's Results Chicago 4, Cleveland 1 'Washington' 3, New 'York 2 Baltimore G, Boston 1 Detroit 9, Kansas City G Today's Games Washington at New York Chicago at Cleveland (night) Detroit at Kansas City night Boston at Baltimore (2-twi-night) SOUTHERN STANDINGS W L Pet. GB Atlanta Chattanooga New Orleans Birmingham Memphis Nashville Mobile Little Rock 27 16 .628 28 IT .622 23 16 .590 24 13 2 .571 2!' 2 23 21 .523 4i/ 2 21 23 .477 6'/> 13 28 .317 13 21 32 .273 15' /2 Yesterday's Results Memphis 6, Birmingham 5 Nashville 2, Little Rock 1 New Orleans at Chattanooga, (postponed, rain) Mobile at Atlanta, Postponed, wet grounds Today's Games Mobile at Atlanta Birmingham at Memphis berth in the welterweight ranks on the .strength-' .of an unbeaten string of six fights. In his "last ,wo fights he knocked out Ronnie D'elaney and Joe Micelli. Fa'ankie Ryff of New York was promoted to second from third among the lightweights despite his recent defeat by first ranking Ralph Dupas of New Orleans. Ryff who had beaten Dupas previously, moved ahead of Italy's Duilio Loi, the European 135-pound champion. Pierce Beats Cleveland For Chicago By ED WILKS Of The Associated Press Billy Pierce and Curt Simmons, a pair "of southpaws who have known better days, look as if thoy may be ready to set up shop again If so, you can bet Managers Marly Marion and Mayo Smith will bo throwing a lot of business their way. Billy the Kid has been one of the missing links in Marion's plan to bring the Chicago White Sox an American League pennant. Tlio Sox have been able to hang in there, just a stride or two behind the leaders, without Pierce, but if his arm troubles are over, Chicago could really get in on the scrap. Pierce gave an indication of his importance last night. His three- hitter beat Cleveland 4-1. Chicago home runs ruined rookie Herb Score and pushed the Sox to within half a game of the second-place Indians. Billy fanned seven while notch ing his second complete game, flashing • some of the stuff that made him. the AL's strikeout king in 1953—the year he was 18-12. Simmons looked his best since 1953 as he went 7 1-3 innings be fore tiring last night. . And with some nice help from Jack Meyer, the Philadelphia .Phillies were able lo snap a six-game winning streak by the New York .Giants 6-2. Simmons, who helped the Phils to their 1950 flag but who fell off after losing part of a toe in a lawn mower accident two summers ago, fanned five and spaced five hits'. It was his first victory in five appearances after shoulder trouble in spring training. In the American League, Chuck Stobbs and the Washington Senators s mashed first-place New York's seven-game string by beating the Yankees 3-2. And Baltimore ended its five-game losing slump 6-1 against Boston while De troit beat Kansas ity 9-6. In the National, Pittsburgh buried its 11-garne losing string by humiliating 'the first- place Brooklyn Dodgers 15-1.' Rain postponed St. Louis at Chi- Little Rock at Nashville New Orleans at Chattanooga | iCOTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB El Dorado 15 9 .625 Het Springs 15 11 .577 1 reenvilJe 13 11 .542 2 Pine Bluff 13 12 .520 2'/ 2 Monroe J3 12 .520 2'., Vicksbu'rg '" 6 20 .231 10 " Last Night's Results Hot Springs 10; Greenville 0 El Dorado 7; Pine Bluff 6 Monroe 9; Vicksburg 5 Tonight's Qames Greenville at Hot Springs Pine Bluff at 'El Dorado Monroe at Vicksburg cago and Cincinnati at Milwaukee The White Sox caught up with Score in the seventh, breaking up a no-hit bid with three singles and a run. Then after Ralph Kiner homered to tie it, Chico Carrasquel and Bob Nieman homered to score three runs in the eighth. Score fanned 11. At Philadelphia, Meyer saved Simmons by getting Dusty Rhodes and Willie Mays on popups with the bases loaded in -the eighth. Glen Gobous sent Jim Hearn to his third defeat against six successes with two doubles and a pair of singles that scored two tide turning runs. The Pirates hammered loser Johnny Podres and five Brooklyn reliefers for 19 hits. Bob Friend shut out the Dodgers in 4 1-3 innings of relief for the decision. The' Yanks had three doubles among their five hits off Stobbs, who won his first decision, but paired them only in the eighth. That's when Mickey Mantle got his second two-bagger -to tie the score'at 2-2. Mickey Vernon's long sacrifice fly brought Stobbs home with the winning run in the ninth. The Yanks held on tp their one- game league load. At Kansas City, the Tigers lost Harvey Kuenn for 10 days when the leading AL batsman pulled a muscle while running out a first- inning hit. Three runs in • the eighth won it. for Detroit after Al Kaline and Gus Zcrnial 'matched three-run homers in the . sixth. Forty players got into the game-including 11 pitchers, seven for Detroit. . -'•.'. Jim McDonald and Kay Moore got the job done for the Orioles with the help of Cal Abrams' 3-for-4 and Gene Wodling's two .runs batted in. McDonald, who came to Baltimore with Woodling in the Bob Turley deal, won his first as a starter with Moore blanking the Boston over the last 2 1-3 innings. Big League Play Tonight at 7 Weather permitting, the Big Lea» gue will open play tonight at Legion Field at 7:00 with the Hopefc, Star taking on the Rotary Club in the opener and Coca Cola meet- i,ng Nashville in the final game. Rocks Go Deeper Info the Cellar By VERNON BUTLER Of The Associated Press Nothing makes a baseball fire* ro.an happier than the chance to show the starting pitchers how it's done. Don Gross got his chance last night, and the Nashville spUth- paw almost hurled a shutout. Gross, one of the Vols* busiest relief men with 18 appearances, restricted Little Rock to five hltji and had a three-hit shutout until the ninth inning of his first start last night. • Two hits and a sacrifice fly spoiled the whitewash job, but thc^ rookie lefthander turned in one of the belter performances of the season for a Nashville mounds- irian. Nashville won 2-1. Memphis spotted Birmingham a 5-0 lead and left 14 men on base, but the Chicks took advantage of shoddy Baron pitching for five tuns.in. tjbe last two inings for % 6-5'victory in the only other South- rn Association game. . U. S. r-.ilroads carried 52 pel* cent of intercity freight in 1953 corn pared to 75 per cent in 1926. 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 - LEO'S GARAGE -! Sub-Dealer for FORD TRACTOR & PARTS "Our repair shop is a* near as your telephone" ;':. For All.:. ••:« • CARS • TRUCKS • TRACTORS • EQUIPMENT Leo Harrtfield -. —Owner and Operator '413 S. WALNUT PHONE 7-4314 - • Expert Repair Service—All Typies • Home and Industrial Wiring s • Installation—Fixtures & Outlets • 24-Hour Service—-Call any timf. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2629 Your kef IQ Blue Chip & -value * i CMC'i NEW HVDRA-MATIC vt RUNABOUT ,v*W** Has your business a'blue chip"look? THERE IS np better way for a quality business tp look the part ttyan by having its nan^p pn a glue Chip CMC. Come in ancj let us show you. « • M i f BLONDII P I > A A H • A • * fop, for Tciplt-Checked , .1, HEMPSTEAD MOTOR CO. Hopt, A*. 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