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HOP! STAR, HtfPf, ARK AHSAS WMMSP For Said Rfit) spider Illy bulbs. $1 per dd*en postpaid within Arkansas, Cheaper here. Arthur Gray, Ozan. July 6-1 Month U50 3,00 ^6.00 /DISPLAY at 12.00 13.50 15.00 )tll toki .... a -..---,. eltttiifteo 1 otyflrflUrxl £*6<ed untllj 5 .p. .m. >«•* WllbWlna day. , ft*h«f*,.fes*rv« tha rtgrrt ft» lit oil advertisement* of' .SJWieatton and to r«J«et :ljariflbl« adverHsIno tub- ' m&Ml jWttttrt/ a» hous« or ,.j tttWit « oM« word. if tflll'hot b« rtspon- Ih WoM Astt unle*» : Cdllicl to'ttoUr oHentldn ..; Ihwftten of ad and then .; the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PROSPECT 7-343-1 stock In grocery Store at wholesale price. Mrs. J. A. Mil* left fiddcaw, Arkansas. 12-6t „»„!,»» Automatic Washer. Pi-ice $50. Contact Mrs. W. W. Biddlc at fifth 6nd Spruce streets. 13-8t TOMATOES.We pick Mofiday Wednesday * Friday. Call Experiment Station, 7-4458. Will last about a week, 13-Gt Announcements ,fi» it** ii AtttbotiMd t» *&* fcOUae* tfett the following **• ttfidlditef for jmbiic office tub* J«« to the icifon 6f the Demo- «f ttlft »MM>fy electlOM. For GonBfesft 4th District OREN. HARRIS 0. W, LOOKADO0 N6RMAN M. WARNOCK 3,000 BALES pure Johnson Grass Hay in field, 30 cents. Call 7-3541. v 14-31 FOR $3,500.00 cash you can buy a going business that has ,pnid ott as high as $700.00 profit per month. This price Includes inventory, fixtures and delivery truck. "Call us for details. Foster-Realty Company 8-3t lope Star Janmry H, Hit _ i weekday afternoon by eo. -. S*ey.Tr ilding t$»ort Building i W«lnut Strwt Arkoniai , ,|dltor I.iw>«, M«Bo«lng .Editor i, AdverfUlns ManaflM otm«r, M«ch. Supt. Reol Estate for Sole For only $900,00 cash and balance oh monthly payments like rent >you can own-thls attractive 2 bed room home with carport. Located on shady 76 x 140 foot lot. Owner leaving tpWn and Mil give possession August '1st. FOSTER 'REALTY COMPANY CALL-PROSPECT 7-4691 217 SOUTH MAIN 12-3t NICE home for sale on North Elm, • Gobd terms. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY -AND INSURANCE COMPANY , . BHONE 7-44C8 H-3 .'•> itcond' elb«*£ matter *t tt;0fflct at Hope," Arkonioi, K«,;Acfof:M 0 fch 3, im. . of '• th» Audit Bur«au' of Clrtulotloni n' Rotes "(poypble In od- --vonco): In 'Hope and neighboring oy,!--moll In' Hempstead, Nevada, foyett«i* Howard, and Millar -coun- Reol Estate Wonted WE need listings on farms ant Ranches. Please see us as we have prospects. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY AND INSURANCE COMPANY • PHONE 7-4468 14-3 PftF YttMUNF BAftRY HAWTHORN* BYKRS RlDODILlj Pot County Clerk AftNOLD J, MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY^AMONETtE) BYEM. ARTHUR ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. fi. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK ft. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS CLAUD M. SUTTON SYVELLE BURKE Al Rosen the Shining Light of All-Star By JOE REICHLER CLEVEL^VND tffi A slowly mending f. inger, a thing called pride and a big booming bat all played n prominent part in the American LeaKiie's .return to the winners' circle. The finger, pride and bat all belonged to one person, Al Rosen of the Cleveland Indians. The box pcore of yesterday's 11-9 American League All-Star victory over the Nationals shows it was. a bases-loaded single by Nellie Fox plgyers {ailed to appear Tuesday night, the Hope Pony league All Stars defeated the Prescott All Stars 1-0. Ald*rman Ward Thre» B. L, RETTIG A. P. DELONEY for Prosecuting Attorney BOYCfi 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 T. O. (TOP) PORTER Alderman Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State Senate 7th District GENE LEE in the eighth inning a . real "bleeder" that drove in the winning runs to end tht 1 war of 13 pitchers i n Cleveland's Municipal Stadium, But it w ns Roson who. despite n painful arid swollen index finger, blasted two home runs, drove in five runs and spearheaded the annihilation of six of the National League's best pitchers. It didn'l come to light until later that Rosen had asked Manager Casey Stengel to be taken out ai'.- er the first inning because he felt he "might hurt the team." "Yes, I went to Casey before the game with the idc a that I be taken out of the lineup," admitted Rosen in a clubhpuse interview after ti-t- game. "I didn't sleep a wink all night worrying whether I'd be .a detriment, to the teiim. , But pride gut the better of me. Instead of begging off altogether, I suggested to Stengel that I :: g«|o it one try beca use I felt I Owed it to the fans -who vote*! me gn the team to bat at least once.i |''|j "Casey and I discussed had walked Chicago's- Minnie Minoso and had'giveii up a single t b Cleveland's Bobby Avita. Ray Boone of Detroit followed \vith • a home run to give the Americans a 4-0 lead. The Nationals fought back with five runs against Chicago's Sandy Consuegra and Cleveland's Bob Lemon in the fourth, and addtd two more runs on a hornet by Cin. .. ~n , -m _ i > tu« irum; nuue ou^r.^^ *~u., «..« *. .*ov Hfth 3 ^ginf fl S Z r?af£ t National forfeited to Hope Builders Americans had scored again i«i the fourth. Rosen was not through yet. finger and. nil. After Yogi Berrn h ad singled in the last of the fifth, the 29-year-old converted firs.t baseman walloped a second home run, even longer than the first. This 400-foot drive tied the score at 7-7. Rosen got his third hit in the sixth, a hot single of the third base- ma's chest which didn'l figure in the run that put the Americans ahead 8-7 in that inning. Al's walk, however, played a major part in the eighth when the Americans tallied throe times to overcome a 9-8 deficit. The Nationals had taken a one-run lend when pinch hitter Gus • Bell of Cincinnati hammered a homer run off Bob Keeg'in of Chicago, tlio sixth of seven pitchers used by Stengel. Trailing 9-8, the Americans tied the score on Larry doby's pinch- hit homer off Gene Conle'y of Milwaukee. Singles by the Yankees' Mickey Mantle and Yoki Berra preceded the walk to -Rosen. Carl Erskine of Brooklyn, sixth pitcher used by Manager Walter Alston, replaced Conley and 'fanned Mickey Vcrnon for the second o ut but Fox blooped a Texas leaguer in back of second base, just oi:t of (he reach of shortstop Alvin Dark, to chase in the winning run 1 ;. The victory ended tlic National s four-game victory, streak. It was the first triumph for Stengel, who had not won one in four -previous tries. 'It was by far the wildest of the 21 games of the series, which the Americans lead 13-U. INew records were set for mot,t Hope Auto Beats Basket Team 9 to 5 In Pony league play Monday ni- . H ht Mope Auto took a 9-5 decision! Thursday night Hope plays host from, Hope Basket Co., and First to the DeQucen Jaycees and Friday der of their runs. -The Flyers scored one run in the fifth and two more in the seventh for their three runs. Sonny Griffin, winning pitcher gave up 3 runs on 8 hits, walked 9 and fanned 9. Jimmy Hockaday, loser gave up 9 runs on 9 hits, walked 11 and struck out 8. Legion Downs Mineral Spg's by9to3 The Hope Legionnaires downed the Mineral Springs Flyers 9-3 in a league game Tuesday night in Logon park. • Hope put the game on ice in the sixth as they scored four runs on four walks, and two errors. Their first two runs came in the first and then they tallied single runs in the next three innings for the remain- night they travel to Texavkana for a league encounter with the North Height Bears. . J«ty HJjgJ brought the morning message which- was enjoyed by all. After services Mrs. Eva Dennis and Tennessee- Johnson begin to prepare a splen-; did dinner. Following that .we. went to the baptizing place where- baptizing was performed, return* ing we went to the church again where the Church Covenant waSf read and the candidate was fellow-!; shipped into the Church This end* ed a full' day's church work on the pastor's birthday. ' ; Hope Gunter, W. H. White Johnson ... Gough ;(G) Thompson Huddleston Nix Guntor, B. Boyett Griffin AB ........5 3 5 . ...1 5 2 4 3 ,...).. ..4 3 Baseball By The Associated Press AMERICAN .ASSOCIATION Louisville 7-8. Charleston 1-0 Kansas City 6. St. Paul 5 Columbus 5, Toledo 2 Indianapolis 5, Minneapolis 4 (10 inninas) TEXAS LEAGUE. San Antonio 9-6, Houston G-4 Oklahoma City 3, Dallas 2 Shreveporl 8, Beaumont 7 Fort Worth 13, Tulsa 5 Totals Mineral Springs. Bell Castleman Phillips ..35 AB ...5 ....4 ...3 Pffck 4 Wesson 5 Hockaday, Ja ....3 Collins 4 Hockaday, Ji 4 Norwood ...-2 Totals 34 R 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 -9 R 0 1 .2 0 0 0 0 0 0 H 1 1. '1 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 H 0 -1 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 Funeral service for Mrs. nis Smith were held Wednesday; July 14, at William CME Church in McNab, With burial in Smith Ceme* tery. Hicks Funeral Home in Vacation School will bein at SeeBee Memorial CME Church. Monday, July 19-24. Asking: all- young people to attend. Time ( 4 t6, 8 p. m. There will be classes, fot. adults. , j .^| For City Attorney G. V. NUNN, JR. 1.60 2.60 4.50 , 6.50 13-00 Reprei.nlo»!v«: tfnuna '" Dallies, .Inc.; '1602 Sterlck |((Jg:ftJMemph!5 2, Tenn,; 505 Texas IorM»ldo., r Dollo?'2 / "Texa«) 360 N. -ri"Ave., Chicago 1 Ijf III.; 60 E. York 17, N. Y.; 1763, ^__/6 MidgV Detroit 2,, 'Mich.; , •rmjrtal'Bldg., Oklahoma" City 2, tw»7 y ' * f \ > " • •f.'Thf^AMoeloNd (Fftilt fated Presses ^entitled ..eX- j the ufe"*for> repMbljcatlpn oil ^he local news printed In this ;paper, as well , as all AP news atchej.. .1 Funeral "Directors ' " 7-2123 -J7-IMO. Line" *\ Just.Arrived, Wear ift Street Tailor Shop At 1 " 1 * >' i f . rwr ivvnc UNFURNISHED 3 rooni apartment. $25.00 per month. Bills paid. Private bath. 808 West 4th. Phone 7-3152. . June 10-TP 6 ROOM house. Electricity. 27 acre pasture. Near old Highway 07 West. Phone 7-,3759. 7-6t GODBOLD* Apartments. Nicely furnished 3 rooms and breakfast nooV.'Tfivate bath and carport. % "block from town. Adults only. -321 West Second street. Call 73314. 12-3t STORE. building at Fifth and Lau• rel streets. Phone 7-3392. 12-6t 4 ROOM unfurnished duplex-; also, lar^e two room furnished apartments 801 South Main. Phone 7'. 5837. ' 13-Gt MODERN xinfurnished house across from High School. C.E. Weaver .Pljpne 7-3143. l4-3t Wonted to Buv TO BUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves Bargain Shop. ' 31-TF YpUNG growth of cut over timber Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD COUNTY PROBATE COURT IN THE MATTER OF -THE. ESTATE ; OF JOHN JAMISON, deceased No. 920 NOTICE OF PETITION FOR DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP Any and every person or all persons who may claim an interest in the hereinafter described property that 'was owned by John Jamison deceased, who died intestate on 01 about the 15th day of February 1954, in Hope, Arkansas, are here by notified that Roscoe A. Sharp the administrator of this estate is going to present a petition to the Hempstead County Probate Cour on the 16th day 'of August, 1954, a 10:00 A.M. or as soon thereafter a the Court may ^entertain the same That all persons or any unknowi heirs of the decedent claiming ai interest therein -are 'hereby noti fled to appear and disclose sucl interest if any,- that they may hav in the estate of John Jamison, de ceased or in the , property herein after described, owned by Johi Jamison at the time, of his death don't play at all or hit once at id quit. Since Casey had no power>'to make any decision, he took $hc matter to Commissioner Ford Frick. The Commissioner decided to leave it up to me. I told Casey I'd like to go bat once : and' than tell him how I felt. . $f "Well, I struck out in the firft inning and felt tcrible. The,-finger hurt like the clickc-ns it hurts moro when you strike but I didn't say anything to sey. Call it foolish pride but : ;;;I didn't want to bow out that v/tjy. If I had at. least fJied out, f -^1 wouldn't have been so bad||} might have quit then. But ! |gi that way. I wanted to bnt orice more. Well, the next time up I hit a home run. You can't imagine the feeling. And would it, the finger didn much, anyway." ..,.,,.. The homer, hit off starter Ilobin Roberts in the third inning,' caroe after the Philadelphia right-hander lits by one team, 17 for the Amer- can; most hits by both loams, 20. 22 by the Nationals. The six homers lied a record as' The attendance was 60,751. u Id you believe .'t fhurt. r ." ;-S|»t did the two by Rosen and the five runs batted in by the {slugging infielder. A total of 43 players were mcd, The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner, at Hicks Funeral Home Services at St. Mark Baptis Church were well attended Sunday After Sunday School, and a little re creation we entered into the elevei o'clock services. The Rev. Willi Poindexter conducted the Devotion al exercises. The pastor then I Your Vote and Support j Will Be Appreeaired '\ Elect ! ' W. B. "Bill" Ruggies Your Sheriff ' and Ex-Officio Collector Hempstead County County Pd. Pol. Adv. Paid for by W. B. "Bill" Ruggles Beware of Strangers DEMAND NON CANCELLABLE 1 HOSPITAL INSURANCE ; , Home Security Life Ins. Co. .1 Little Rock. Ark., Issue this ' type policy—Premium never 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- A B O U T T HE ¥TE AT H E R . . . We*t |0 FURNITURE CO; City 1,1m IttWe^t ?^'! *<»• Sale Hope, A>k, ' kansas. Will pay top prices. Phone 7-2228 or see Ralph Saunders,' J12-1 Mo. Notice VOTE Boley's 'all new, "AH air conditioned," < court. When guests or Tourists inquire. 4 people ,$5.00. . " , July 3-1 Mo. Services Offered for P(?tl f$Jl deep Peep Freeze Mkt. MAT.TRESS renovation and toner- spring work- Cobb Mattress Co, 318 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf That the property, for which determination is sought is situated in Hempstead County, Arkansas and described as following, to-wit: Lot No, Four (4) Block D, in Yearger Addition to the the City of Hope, Arkansas. ROSCOE A. SHARP Roscoe A. Sharp, Administrator of the estate of John Jamison, deceased as the' Petitioner. This notice first published on the 4 day of July 1954, ..Roscoe A- harp, Administrator, 243 Johnson COTTON S TATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB El Dorado Greenville • Meridian Monroe Pine Bluff Hot Springs 52 2 .084 42 31 .575 40 3ii .533 U 33 42 .4018' 31 40 .437 18!i 24 50 .324 27 Yesterday's Results (No games scheduled) Today's Games Hot Springs at Greenville Monroe at Pine BlufI El Dorado at Meridian NATIONAL QUICK Mimeographing service Reasonable rate. Call Samuels 7-3706, Farm Bureau Office, 101 East Front Street. June 17-1 Mo. Into Inn enprlni ! THE Board of Directors of the Hempstead County Farmers Association will meet Friday Jyly 18 8 p, m. at the store on West Bth. street to interview local ap pllcants for the position of store manager. Any local prospect for this position please make arrangements for an interview at this time. 13-3t WILL keep as many as three children in my home. Mrs. Evon Crider, 1004 E,Division, K-3t legal Notice Uf-GAL NOTIQg IU THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTJBAO COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN WE MATTER OF THE ESTATE QP, FORD JOHNSON, deceat.ed No. 948 known address of decedent n-r.W. \, Washington, Arkansas Dat«? Qt death: February 1?, 1954 The undersigned, was apponted administrator ol the estate of thi above-named decedent on the 23,n 4ay. of June, 1054. 11 persons having claims agains estate must exhibit them, duly " ' ' the undersigned, withir Jrom U»e fl(jte of th of thjs notice, o ^rtvpr 1?9W4 > from wy b8«eiu to th treet, . Camden, Arkansas. July 14, 21. Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE . N THE PROPATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS N THE MATTER )F THE ESTATE )F MARY BLOCK, :eceased No. 896 Last kno\vn address of decedent: Hempstead County, Arkansas Date of death: January 17th, 1953 An instrument dated December 6, 1940. was on 'the 24 day of August, 1953, admitted to probate >s the last will of the above named lecedent, and the undersigned has >een appointed (administrator with vill annexed) thereunder. A con- est of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition vithin the time provided by law. All persons having claims against ,he estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within :lx months from the date of the '»rst publication of this notice, or :hey shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the sstate. : ' This notice first-published 7 day New York Brooklyn Philadelphia Milwaukee Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh LEAGUE W L Pel. 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