Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 2, 1954 · Page 17
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, July 2, 1954
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4.SO 'tin "*1iso v "536 *lo LvfS . J.80' 3.00 9.00 |O.SO 5.00 Ht.:iMffi.hbi>. K t,l60e* p*f, iheH '*••*- - £0c ^t*f meh br c6fl* • HEAD young cows and calves. 200 acres improved pastures for frent. Smties west of Rosstbn. See me at Rosston July 3, 4, or 5 or write Hollis A. Dillard, S42 Holder Street, San Antonio, TeKas. Phone 34680, 28-flt COLDSPOT Deep Freeze. 14 cubic foot, 1952 Model. Can be seen after 4 p. m. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 520 North Elm 1-3 Polity Announcements ftti* 1* *tithd*i«ed M a*. neuneft thit the followtat *M candidate! for public office tub* Jet-t fe the sctlon of the Detn*- er atlc Per 1 Congcm 4th District OftEN HASR13 O. W. tOOKAfioO NORMAN M, WARNOCK frtaiiifw ,ddv6ft king copy p. m. for , th« right to .!ium<ntt of- i ttiblfcatioft ohd to r«)6«t cfiimibl* < advertising sub. 1 Of- rtOrt I«H«M, such a* houu or otrtntlon of ad *nd th«n IHs«r»lon. 713431 i ROOM house, All modern con Venience. 140& acres land. $8.00< Pot information see D. E. Good lett, Route 1, Box 44, Pulton, Ark 1-6 NEW Feddefs Room Air Condi tioner. Ovie Stephens. Route 3 Box 10. See after 5:30 p. m. l-3t For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment $25.00 per- month. Bills paid. Private hath. 808 West 4th. Phone 7*3162, June 10-TF FURNISHED, 4 room apartment, electric refrigerator. Garage, No children. Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 North Elm. June 10-TF NICE 7 room house, tsvo story, In Oakhavon, four miles from town At $50.00 per. month. Call Foster Realty Company Phone 7-4091 30-Ot .Rol4» (poyqble In ad*M!i» ' - nelflhborlnfl UNFURNISHED 4 room apartment. 3 big closets, modern con- vcnclence. tar Handle Mill". $20.00 month. Sid Houston, Phone 7-3743. ]. 3l FURNISHED 2 room apartment. Electric refrigerator. Private t bath and entrance. Newly decor. ated. 321 Bonner St. Phone 7* 3553. 2-31 .,.. (W...,W.('' -13,00 0 d, Nevada, Mlll.r coun- ^.^*1 ^ • rv..^.},?!..!-. ...... ;. ........ :.. .85 ' ........... .. ........... .,;• ;' • :.i ..... .t....; ............... 4:50 < ' ^^"•^•'^•'•"•"^"•"&'" - * 6.SO ' f| tf ^. > ... %( .,u:,'.,'.,,,.ir.fw....!,..' 13.00 ' ^yyf^^Ash ^^&ffi2$j r jj-j^f^ ..,..:*. ._._• DOWNSTAIRS four room furnished apartment. Available July 15. Mrs, K. G..McRao, Telephone 72432. 2 -3t Notice CLIFFORD BYEftS DWlOttT? RIDODlLfc 4< _ ^ • far County Clei-k ARNOLD J. MlDDLEfiROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYEM ARTHUR ANDERSON for Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY-COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS CLAUD H. BUTTON SYVELLE BURKE Alderman Ward Thre« B. L. RETTIG A. P. DELONEY for Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGER PRESTON DOWD TRAVIS MATHIS VAN JOHNSON Alderman Ward Four JESSE L. BROWN CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY MRS. G. A. NASH. Alderman Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE FOREST L. HAIRR 1'. O. (TOP) PORTER Alderman-Ward On« MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State Senate 7th District GENE LEE For City Attorney C. V. NUNN, JR. UNFURNISHED 4 room apartment. 3 big closets, modern convenience. Nenr Handle Mill. $20.00 month, Sid Houston, Phono 7-3743. , . ServicesOffered QUICK WAITRESS renovation and Inner' spring,work Cobb Mattress Co. 310 South Washington. Phone , 7-262?. . , Mar, 4-tf Little Rock Nashville 30 45 .444 29 0 .387 Yesterday's Results ;.; Chattatnoogn 4-5 Little Rock 2-4 New Orleans 13, Nashville 3 (Only games scheduled) sVrvice Mimeographing —^ble^'rato. Call uuji.uuja w B/ Form Bure&b Office: "'101 East Front Street. June 17-1 Mo. Wonted to Buy ~jTp BUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves Bargain Shop. 31-T s'laughter -''3578'or 7, Capped. & frozen fpr 7-2244'rCommunity MO, ;For Sate or Rent 2—4'frOQM houses. Tile floors, attic fan. FHA financial, little cash. Also good milch cow for sale. Sam •Hartsfield. 1008 Wes,t Ave. B. 2-3t Railway v maln track Milwaukee Cincinnati St, Louis Qhlcago Pittsburgji W L 48 23 44 27 37 30 34 35 34 30 34 30 24 43 23 40 Pet. GB .676 .620 4 .552 9 .493 13 .480 131/2 .486 131/, .358 22 " 324 25 Today's Games' .^'.' Chattanooga at Littlp Rock • Nashville at Memphis Birmingham at Mobile Atlanta r.t New Orleans COTTON STATES Giants Make It Three iii Row Over Bums By Fftfeb 56WN United PWss Shorts fyriter Say hey, now Willie Mays bu darned if Start Musial IsH't still ir fhe National League Willie the wondrous may be th, spirit of the New York Oiants bu it's Stan the Man who's still liati) Ing on to Bab Ruth's record home rurt pace. The 33-year-old St. ;-Louis Card! nals slugger hammered his 25tl and 20th foundtrippcrs of the cam fcaign in,a 9-2 rout of the Mllwai kee Braves yesterday-.to go two up on Mays in the National League home run race and go slightly ahead of Ruth's record 1927 pace en route to 00 homers Musial's 28th homer came in hi 70th game compared to .Huths 73rd and put the Cardinals' star in the best position to challenge Babe's mark in the last 10 years. Mays, meanwhile, went homerless in the three-game series .with the Brooklyn tJodgers and now stands 24 homers in 71 games. Musfal's homers, combined with rookie first-baseman Joe Cunningham's two homers that produced four runs, paced the Cardinals"••la an easy victory * despite ..afr'injury to 12-game. winner'Harvey. i-Haddax Haddix. who : led, '04, 1 ' after-'thi-oe innings was strufck. by: a-iline' drive off the bat of; Joe -Ad sock'' loading off the fourth .inning and wn's carried off the field > With '. what . at first was believed to b»: n broken left leg. Dr. Irvih Schultz'.of the Braves reported Haddix ; . had suffered contusions bel6w'::'ths left knee but said the brilliant'young southpaw "would not be sidelined very long" , : The New York-Giants attaining their greatest peak since ; the historic 1951 playoff victory,- opened up a four-game, lead in the Na> tional League with a- 5-2 triumph) at Oklahoma City OKLAHOMA CTTY (to Bernard (Tut) Bartzen top Ft-eded mr-rts star at the 49th annual Missouri Valley ' Tennis T own ament brazed .into his third round of mjfjgtition today after an easy C;OpBl victory yesterday over Pat Buckley, Oklahoma City. . . .But. second seeded .Hal Surface Jr.i four time Missouri Valley titleholdef from Kansas' City, had t6 rally to win his first test. ^Sxifface, was matched 'against Al Hqltmann, ,St Louis junior who Won the junior doubles crown yes tefday* with Cal Moore: Holtmann was playing for'the singles championship -today. .Surface won the first set 61, but the tricky youngster came b ack to knot the match with n 04 victory in the second set SiiJ-face crashed through to take the final set 0-2 Holtmann was scheduled to face Bob Rilcy of Kansas City today, for the junior singles crown. Other championships to b e de cided today will be the junior girls singles, the boys singles and girls doubles. a over the Brooklyn -Dodgers that completed a three-game sweep of iheir big series while the New York Yankees' shaded the Boston Red Sox, .3-7, in the other gam.'s played-yesterday. OuWielder ' Dusty., Rhodes, who singled with the 'bases-filled ar.d \yo Out . to -give the Giants • a 12- nning triumph in the opener of he series Tuesday night, came hroughvwith a bases-filled single vith . one in the eighth yesterday, ireaking up a 2-2 tie'" arid, paving he way for the Giant victory. Mickey Alantle',',Hank .Bauer and Vndy" Carey hit homers, to spark a 2hit attack that carried the Yan- :ces,, to their victory over the Red ox.' Allie Reynolds, seeking his Oth-straight victory, was staked to -.7,-0 load but failed to hold it'rrid phnny'Sain-.picked, up his fourth vin with a one-hit, -threeinning re of job that .closed out the game. Hope Smacks Waldo 12-6 in Game Here In an exhibition game here last night Hope's Legionnaires walloped the Waldo Giants 12 to 6, avenging a defeat at Waldo Tuesday night. Hurler Sonny Griffin held a commanding 9 to 3 lead wheri he was pulled in the fifth to let young Lee Lane get some experience. Griffin held the visitors in check and so did Lane until the 9th-when they got him for three-runs. The visitors were limited .to eight;ljits: • • Hope collected 10 safe blows including a homer . by r Huddleston. Thomas, Filogamo smacked oiit doubles while Thompson' got 3 for •5. Wallace homered in the last inning for the visitors. • \ , The Legionnaires go to Nashville for a game tonight. Martinez Would Like Gavilan HOLLYWOOD — UP) Vince Mare tinoz of New Jersey, having removed thee glitter from "Golden Boy" Art Aragon, today challenged welterweight champion Kid Gavilan and hung out a $10,00 cgele's this adtumn. Mai-tine?.' manager, Billy Daly, who is no man for penny antee mea stires, saw his 25-year-old puencher from, Paterson handed Aragon the worst bentJnge of his career last night and announced: "I am ready to guarantee Geav ilan $100,000 to defend his title here gvinst Vince,". ... _ • i Mrtirtez, who did everything bui. knock a the Los Angeles vetern out in winning a 10-round decision is due for a higher ranking in the nation's welterweight division following his victory last, night. :Fish have'oth smell ad taste or- New Orleans Over Nashville 13-3 By The Associated Press Nashville pitchers have suurori dered 150 runs in the past 15 games, but it remained for rookie Joe Stupak to suffer the overwhelming indignity of being knocked out both figuratively and liter ally in the same inning. Stupak. whose speed u good but whose aim is .bad. hit three New Orleans batters last night while being punished for the last of 10 earned runs he yielded in les? than six innings. The third hit batsman, Pel outfielder Gail Heheley, figured three times should be out. He strode to the mound, flailed the young lefthander fisticaily, and in the ensuing melee Stupak" was ren dered unconscious Vol. skipper Hugh Poland, who doubtless reasoned that Stupak was through anyway, -summoned Dick Libby to absorb . the rest of a 13-3 shellacking. Thr? Pt-lican run total gave Nashville opponents en average, of 10 runs pM- game for the past In, of which the cellar- dwelling Vols lost 13. • Chattanooga swept a doublehead er from LI tile Rock '1? and 5-4 to join New Orleans in gagining grounds on Atlanta and Binning ham, the idle Southern Association leaders. Atlanta, Birmingham, Mobile and Memphis were not sched tiled. Basket Team ,, Wins First < Half Play The first half of the Pony LeagW Schedule has been completed and the Hope Basket Co. finished on top., The Basket Co. is managed by Joe Patterson who has been doing a ve'ry creditable job with his youn* gsters. Leading the Basket Co. oil the field is Tommy Watkins, David Watkins and Stony. 'The first half standing were as follows: WON LOST First National Bank ....5 4 Qt Hope Basket 7 4 i Hope Auto 4 ' 5 ' Hope Builder's 2 7 ILONBIt I H6PE1DON' WAKE BLONDl THE CARD GAME RAN LATE i* 02AIK III ONE A.M..'JUSTFOP 'THAfVOU: THE SOFA OUT OUR WAY •y J. ft, VIC PUNT Fill the Blanks Answer to Previous Puzzle Beware of Strangers DEMAND NON CANCELLABLE HOSPITAL INSURANCE • Home Security Life Ins. Co. Little Rock. Ark., Issue this type policy—Premium never A Increases. '. Buy From Local Agent, He will be here during the months to come. Your Doctor and Hospital know this company. Call or Write . . . CECIL WEAVER Phone 7-3141 P. 0. Box 104 WATERMELONS MISSISSIPPI or TEXAS Dry ;. A per Cold ^*C Ib. Vine Ripened Arkansas Tomatoes 1 f\ _ per. Ib. lOc RUSSELL'S CURB MARKET Plenty Peas & Butterbeans 901 WEST THIRD ACROSS .1—— and that 5-— and alack 9 dancer 1? Take for a 13 A long that has no tutning 14 Self-esteem 15 The same 17 Profit 18 Civil War ' general 19 The Hawaiian 21 Bargain '• 26 He and 24 : E.\isted 27 Arrange 29 Italian town 32 Gets up* 34 Withou rhyme 36 Death 37 Nick 38 39 41 Worm DOWN 1 Tidy 2 and seek 3 Notion 4 Transmits 5 • Baba and the forty thieves 6 More delicate 7 Literary fragments 26 Feigned 8 Vends 28 by jury 9 The' 30 Measures waltz 31 Adjective 10 Old suffixes 11 and pans33 Fodder pits . 10 Torments 35 Total 20 In front . 40 Can't hold a 22 Mislays —— to ' 24 Small masses 43 Jack, the —'— 25 Region ' : killer 45 Not to rny 46 Dash 47 Prohibit 48 Scent -•;• SOEgyptian . goddess . 51 Oriental coins ' 52 Rim • 55 Like a — ! from a sinking ship only truck with INCREASED SALES LOSS jlO 30 20 j, W El Dorado- GroGhvillc' Meridian Pine Bluff Monroe Hot Springs W L 43 .22 35 20 34 30 29 32 27 37 21 42 Pet. GB .602 '. ' .547 0 " .531 fli/f .475 12 .432 15'/ 2 .333 21 Yesterday's Results Meridian 4 .Hot Springs 3 El Dorado 1Q, Pine Bluff 9 -18.0?, -20.3f, TRUCK - -23.5% Uf» SALES GAIN 10 2O 30 40 FORD Today's Games Hot Springs at Meridian El Dorado at Pine Bluff Monroe nt Greenville " Yesterdays Rs e ulto St., Louis,. 9, Milwaukee 2 ;l>few v^oyk.s, Brooklyn 2 /(Only Gpmes scheduled) Today's Games Now York at Pittsburgh (night) Brooklyn at Philadelphia (night/ St. LouU pt Chicago Cincinnati at Milwaukee (2) -AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland Chicago New 'York PetroJt Washington Philadelphia Baltimore W L 48 22 40 20 40 27 31 37 29 40 28 41 27 44 25 43 Pet .oao .030 .030 i45Q .420 ,406 ,380 .308 . GB 3 3'', 16 " 18^ 19 'A 2U'] 22 New York a, Boston 7 CQnly game scheduled) Today's Games Cljlcpgo ot Cleveland (2) Washington qt New York (2) PetroJt at Baltimore (night) Philadelphia at Boston (night) SOUTHERN A8SQQIATIQON W I, Pet. GB By Tne Associated Press American Association Charleston 3, Minneapolis 1 Kansas City 4, Toledo 3 St., Paul 5, Columbus 1 Indianapolis 6 Louisville 3 TEXAS LEAGUE „ .. ,,......, Houston 3, Shreveport 2 15 • In nings .: Fort Worth 22, Oklahoma City Beaumont 22 San Antonio 1 Tulsa 0, Dallas 3 -37.0% Latest reports for '54 show Ford Truck sales UP 19.9% over last year! The same reports show all other" make trucks dou>n in sales. The big swing is to the trucks that give you more fa your money—new FORDS! 44 Landed j46SublerfiJ 49 Elevate 53 Permit |54Ma i56 57 Former popu 58.1 ling -ft being out h of Tarsus n ed erfuge ite lit t a speech like a pig icr lar song •a-ling-a- cen, ccn and e ance itial r 1 \l Ib 18 itH • 32 ib i» % 53 % 59 2 '& 47 3 'lb H/ 1 /I y/t •». c x> h w< 14 ! sfi VI . to 5 13 w>< U « W, 4tt b '•;' IV ^ Wf- HO ** 7 W/ Z6 W SI W/ K- 6 /i # th W 10 S 9. *'• t(J. W, 9. N f " » -' 10 . .1- 30 5 ', II il 51 ' i POOR OLD JOHN.' H£'S PUSHCt> MAMV A FATHEAO HOOT'S DOWM WITH TH' FLU. AM' THIS A RU&H JOB/ IF YOU GET STUCK., PUMP OL' JOHM.TH' HELPER- HE KWOWS THIS HtMsO MUCH THEV'P BOY UPTH 1 / HIM PATH-TO GLORY AT \ MACHINISTS HALF h MAHE !A PRICE/ LIKE A BOOK! BORN THIRTY YEARS TO SOOM THB ARMOR WASH TUBBS •OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major no«pT* FORD F-350.9-ft. Express with 130-h p Power King V-8. GVW, 7100 Ibs, Deluxe Cab shown is extra cost. The only track with NEW V-8s for all capacities CARNIVAL If Dick Turner 1 FORD T-SOO Tandem Axle BIG JOB 40,000 Ibs. GVW. 170-h.p. Cargo King V-8. Power Steering standard. v ' - ' ..". • ..' ' ' i Notice CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 44 B f.JT RESOLVED by U,e senate oj the- State of Arkansas and by *e House of Bepreseiitatives, a Major«y of all the Members Kleeted to Each House Agreeing Thereto: .That the following Is hereby proposed of fh amendment to the Constitution of the Slate of Arkansas, and uii- on being iubmitteU to the electors » ., e stste for approval or rejectlou at the next General Election for Repre. sentatlve and Senators, If a majorjft of the electors voting thereon, at such an election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a oart ot °* . Atlanta New- Orleans Phaltpnoogu 47 31 48 34 45 30 42 40 * aa ^ 37 43 •S5Q .512 450 451 13 to ^ * fW M4W On^to,,^ t»w. f Mi Ww;» Supply Co- JPJutne 74111 SECTION 1. From and after the Sdgptum of this amendment, the te?ra °{ "'fee of Governor ot the St«te of Aikansas shall be four years and the Governor shall not be cUUlblJ to succeed himself, VrovlSed Tow* ever, this amendment sl&ll nol apply to Uie person elected M Gov Si 1954 ° enejlal PleWon 1 ' t« „ SECflON ?. After top effectlv* dit« of this amendment, the Governor shall be prohibited from takW an aoUwi pait or using tils off ic^^favorol or against any candidate for »ny cons mUlonal office in any Prlma'ry, fapeclal or General . Klec.tlon, excepi only where the GpverjiW' himself Ts a candidate, in which event, he win be auUiorUed to be active In hi» own Behalf. A violation of thl» seo- 1 1 , sl l?" ? e * misdemeanor from which the Governor aliaU have no mmunl }y from arrest.' prosecutien and trial. Upon conviction; he shaU be fli>ed not less than Five TUousaqd Dollars (js.wp.opr nor more tfi«» Twenty thousand Dollars MOToOO-wT and m addition thereto, shall »ut* maUcally* foifelt hi? efhc? P ana * th* duties, power and authority of Si* Governor's offjee shall be lmmedl«t«y assumed by the Lieutenant Governor. * uct !. Conviction should Hnally be t Only Ford offers V-8 engines in every size truck, from 'iX-tonners" to 60,000-lb. GCW BIG JOBS! Ford's got four new V-8's, all new LowrFjijcriON, overhead- valve, high-compression, deep-block design,! • ,( T THlMK OF YOU eveev DAV ITS TiME TO TI5/( IM6 APPR6CIA ^PPALLING...BUT H6 Hfcfr THE KA.RB ORI6INAUTV. NMD ••j BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES VROMNStO'TO VOX, »'| ^Oli W> ^VSVVW ••XWfc. «Wt ^"XO^ MWV set 'VOVMr^^^j IUGS BUNNY FUNNY BUSINESS "Junior will NOT caddy for you, Mervyn! He's; entirely i •___ too young to be listening to ypUr.golfl." ' IIDE OUNCES By G.lbroMfc The only tnick that gives you [RIPIE ECONOMY > repealed 88, JO YJejds per sore <j| «v»M»|ju4 Jw . t os Itudiy » ;/••'",••,' ;;>« .jv f v " ' ' On*t New Ford Truck engines have shortest strokes, lowest piston speeds of any truck line. Forcl's modern, LOW-FRICTION design Mve? gas, cuts wear, prolongs engine life! Two: fyd Driverfced Cabs cut fatigue. Power Steering standard on some ' BIG JOBS, available* on most, others ., .Fordomatic* on ajl light d$# eeries ... . Power Brakes* even on ^-tonners—all help the ^Iver do a better ^pb.,^ir^»; Ford gjyes top payload capacitiesi with strong 'Jow^eight construction, in a WJ line l p{ over 2gQ models! That's Triple Economy! And .•, , Ford last longer, too!; . . MI mrtt^n, «<ra "«#. *"$•'*, i " ',' A '''"• «A"^'/r'.'' "^ *.. ^^isf*,!.4'.vJ^ ^^v"M { ii«sM'fiM.4i'ik l .4>^ : >. y. MORE TRUCK ,^ FOR YOUR MONKY! HOPE AUTO CO. YOUR FORD OEAUR_FOR OVER 30 YEARS W, Second ft' fcia* , $&l ,4 i^^f Herbert is helping his sweet corn along so H* piS»'5ji4Vi corn on trre <?ob sopner"' • '' _...»'.' .>fr t ™ ~" * ~ " 4 "* *^*" -?"7~t-*-tm-'-'r-T"- i, I'JjJJHW if she jygt dpesn't knew it isn't fashionabl« any msrs tQ wear syoh » skimpy Ntfhing «wit!" SWEETIE PIE By Noclin* Stl«*V I'LL TUBN IH 1 ^ C-BAOIO ON C?EAL LOUD. MAYBB ME'LL SET A\AD AN 1 L-LEAVE/ *'i%mm. ALLEY OOP PRAGONS, BUF WHEN THEIR OUNNO " HENRY > ^ THE STORY OF MARJHA WAYNI .«T7VTgwip k ^^Wm ' T*)f ''f •* *^^ TT r «"? f ATTRACTIVgTOMP^TI "Anything elsi you want tfl tjry ftlrtl" -^i» — r **" 'WISS^P]™> * ^-*SS^*'r '* ^w^i' 1 " j ;'/ .rf^Aw, tii ^M f ^i&mi/M

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