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Call 7-3541. 14-3t bn* or mart ItttM*, it hous* or ... is,one,word, not be fespon* •^frtiV'Tn ' Wdnt 'AaV unl»i» , Jr tailed to our attention s IRSr tntettlon of od and then "SYtJhe ONE Ifteorrect Insertion, II trtOSPECT 7-3431 Real Estate Wanted WE need listings on farms and ranches. Please see us as we have prospects. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY AND INSURANCE COMPANY ' PHONE 7-4468 14-31 wfeekdoy afternoon by . UBLISHINO CO. ,„ ,; tottlfitttr PpflMmAHt ( rQunvr^ rrmiwwnw %oti,TN "star TfutWInB' " U'Uuth Walnut SIMM f "" Arkoniti For Rtnt UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment. $25.00 • per , month. Bills paid* Private hath. 808 West 4th. Phon«. 7-3152.' ' June 10-TP 0 ROOM house. Electricity. 27 acre pasture. 'Near old Highway 67 West. Phone 7-3759. 7-6t ., .H^WoSrtibum, Idltor * PubllilMr :H."'Jon«i< Menaglnf Editor *• Advertliln 9 MonotW ' Mceh. Supt., . GODBOLD Apartments. Nicely furnished 3 rooms and breakfasl nook; Private bath and carport. % block from town. Adults only. 321, West Second street. Call 73314. >12-3t -?•*§. second., clan matter *j*t .„, 0««l« ithatAct, Offlc* at Hope, Arkaniai, ' ef March 3,' 1M7. i»mk«r of tha Audit Buraau af Chculatlant irlptlon • Rates (payable In ad- j^ vanee): J carrier In Hope and neighboring towns- ^ ""Et.V.",^""V."'""i3!oo all J In Hempstead, Nevada, d, and Miller coun- „. 8S ,i-'-; 7 <•""";,",""."", 2 - 60 • '" '.'.'.'.".'..'...;.',»..... 4.50 STORE building at Fifth and Laurel streets. Phone 7-3392. 12-Ot 4 ROOM unfurnjshed duplex; also, "large two room furnished apart ments 801; South Main. Phone 7 5837. e ^ 13-61 MODERN unfurnished house across from High School. C.E. Weaver Phone, 7-3143. , 14-3 Cof BARRY CLIFFORD BY«Ra BW1CH8T l»6f County Clerk ARNOLD J, IMfmnuBBH JOLLY XAMONETTE) BYER3 ARTHUR ANDERSON I»6J> Sheriff and Collector V. B. (Bill) RUGGLES ' JIMMY COOK a,D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS CLAUD H. BUTTON :SYVfiLLE BURKE Alderman Ward Three B. L. RETTIO A. P> DELONEY Cannon Gets Ace Hole at Camden // Wednesday four Hope Golfers went to Camden to qualify for the Ouachita Valley Golf Ttfurnamenl to bo held on July 17 and 18. In playing no. 8 hole Tom Cannon, using a no. 0 iron hit the ball a distance of 165 yards and the ball hit on the front of the green arid rolled into the cup. Those playing with Mr. Cannon were James H. Jones, Edwin Stewart and Eddie Whitman. Owen's, First Baptist End Half in Tie The first half ot Little League play ended Tuesday with Owen's Department Store and the First Baptist R. A.'s all tied up for the League lead with 7-won and 3-lost Valdes Kayoes Jackson; Set for Marciano By JACK HAND NEW YORK \ffl rides the .alory road shot at heavyweight SPORTS ROUNDUP 0* QAYLK TALBOT. NEW YORK Itfl. The most important heavyweight bout to be fought the remainder of this ycir might well be the number scheduled here tomorrow night btlvcrn Hurricane Jackson, a specttacular 22-year-old Negro from Long !.*• Nino Valdes ^"d, and Nino Valdes, the Cuban Vw"rd a w" speedster who has been y-,llmg for lOWnlCl a 1J<M ' , .i-f 0 _,_ r i champion Rocky Marciano today a s Hurri- icane Tommy .Tankson blows harmlessly out to sea. The lobby of Madison Srruare Garden t old the story of last night's two-round TKO victory for the Cuban giant on the automatic throe-knocUclown rule. Valdes ambled throur.h a swarm of happy admirers, pausing to gn autographs and s reel handshakers with gnu. Outside, in the pouring rain, Jackson walked with hoacl down., mumbling to himself. His f amily trailed b e'nind, t ryiny to convince records. The Lions close third, winning 0 and loping] .'j w 0 n 't fight nobody cb'e until 4. while the up and coming HopCjj fj sn t him." Jackson had said in Club team ended a j n j m t ogo back to the hotel. For Proiecutlng Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGER PRBSTON DOWD - . .TRAVIS MATHIS VAN JOHNSON Alderman Ward Pour •JESSE L. BROWN CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY MRS. G, A. NASH his dressing room. Ho made n stormy scc;ne in the r ing, t earing the referee's scorecard in two, be-i ushered him to, Beverage nine finished with a .500 record. A playoff will determine the winner between the two top teaVns. The second half of play will fore police begin today at 5:45 p. m. with Ow- dressing re ens meeting the Century Bible Class "He had nothing," said Valdes, and the Hope Beverage team tak- through an interpreter. "Ho c lown g on the Dynaflows. 'fighter. Everybody expect us to go The weaker Little League teams j to b ody. w e BO to head i n second have grown considerably stronger roun d" About Maricano? "I knock a title shot ever s ince he defeated Ez/ard Chr-.rles iri a major upset last summer. The bout, which will be televised nationally, assumes added stature because of the growing conviction that Charles will not fight Rocky Marciano .-igain this year, if at all. There are m en c lose to the game who are convinced that Ez- znrd, despite his protestations to the contrary, got more than enough of Rocky .it Yankee Stadium last month. Regardloss of whether Charles is permitted to r isk his life again, ei- for good. Jackson blamed his first set back on his mother, Mrs. Georgia Jack son, claiming she interfered with his training by keeping him home nights. Since then he has done his training ni regular camps, like other fighters. He began Ills 'comeback ' by scoring a fast technical knockout over Charlie Norkus at the Garden ialo in Mr.y. Valdes' rhicf claim to fame until ho sneaked up on .". lethargic Charles down in Florida was as the roigninp heavyweight champion n f Cuba. He since has ciit a swatch through Kurope while waiting for officials of tha International Boxing Club to say hello to him. NEW YORK — i/l'l Now it's back to the mines for our baseball '.rocs, with all the big questions ther this year or next it is a fairly safe bet that the winner of tomorrow night's scrap will eventually find himself in the ring with the Rock. Valdes currsntqy is rated the No. 2 contender, while the uninhabited Jackson is listed no bel- ter than No. 5. but the latter f ig- ure is misleading if we are permitted .to deal in poicntials. for the second half and play for the next few weeks proves to,-be plenty rough before a 1954 League Champion is decided. Standings: Alderman Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE . FOREST L. HAIRR T. O. (TOP) PORTER Alderman Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State'Senat* 7th District GENE LEE For City Attorney C. V. ,NUNN, JR. '3.00 5 Adrertltlnt Repreientatfvei: s '.Dallies, inc.; 1fc02 Sterick nph1)i i 2 ( Tenn,; 505 Texa« ,f0pflas 2,-Texas; 360 N. e^ChWogoT, III.,' '60 E. k> », N- Y.; 1763 Detroit 2, Wanted to Buv TO BUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves Bargain Shop. 31-TF Notice Owens R. A. Lions Hope Bcv. CBC Dynaflows W 7 7 6 5 3 2 L 3 .3 4 . 5' him o ut in four rounds." Harry Markson, managing director o f the International Boxing 1st Notional and Hope Auto Are Winners Pony leagues games played in Region field Wednesday night found First National Bank defeating Hupp Basket. 10 to 7, while Hope Auto dropped Hope Builders by score. There will be an All-Star game m Prescolt Friday night at 7:3n. ' , which the Giants are. In assessing Dodgc-rs' chances, Ihere are some inlcrcsj.-;, ing figures to be considered. ;jr\., year ago at this time the club-which was't o clinch t he pennant'. earlier than any other team in Ni- , tional League history, had won !|2 | games and 1 ost 31.' Its Ftanclim! U>- . jn.» 11, no r\ I .'VI or :i f' if I ''I'orK't. <M < Up to a in April, when he ran afloul of a cutie named Jimmy Sladc and cough', a surprise- licking, Jackson was considered the hottest thing in boxing trunks. Some thought he was' a now Joe Louis. destined fo win the championship Club, said "Valdes rates the next in short order possibly without ever shot at Marciano after t he rematch with Ezzard Charles t h at w e hope jto run in September." Valdes an 11-5 underdog overwhelmed the listles.; Hurricane, who showed only one brief f lash of the f iery newcomer who stopped Rex Layne, b eat Claronce Henry and k nocked out Dan Bucceroni in his exciting rise from prelim boy YOUNG growth of cut over timber land. Anywhere in Southwest Arkansas. 'Will pay top prices. Phone 7-2228 or see Ralph Saun VOTE Boley's all new, "All alncon- ditioned,". court. When guests or Tourists inquire. 4 people $5.00. July 3-1 Mo, . .. , .„ ' Aftoclotcd • . , jraloted Press Is entitled ex- 'e|y;'to;ihe use for republicaHon [lithe local news printed*.in»«h!s !r,i,oi,well as oil AP|new» ,• ders. J12-1 Mo. Real Estate for Sale FOR $3.500.00 cash you can buy- a . ..goingV, -tusjijess ^ - tha.$ x H has paid off as high as $700.00 profit Ver month. This price includes Inventory, fixtures «nd delivery truck. Call us (or details. Foster Realty Company 8-3t iiJ5 t)ie.,'' Merchant- Marine. V, For^.Jnfor,rnaUon write '' ' ervie : C, Service, ' 15-3t " lew Foil Line ? feju»t Arrived ie''N«west In Mens Wear .As LOW as $54.50 SfreeHailor Shop w a -1, t > r For only $900.00 cash and balance on monthly payments like rent you can own this attractive 2 bedroom home with carport. Located on shady 7,5 x 140 foot lot. Owner leaving to\vn and will give possession August 1st. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY PAL"L-PROSPECT 7-4091 •217 SOUTH MAIN 12-3t NICE home for sale on North Elm, Gpod teyms, ; SOUTHWESTERN REALTY AND INSURANCE COMPANY PHONfi 7-4408 14-3t Services Offered MATTRESS renovation- and Innerspring work .Cobb Mattress Co. 316 ' South Washington. Phone meeting defeat. Slade, the clever veteran, put an artistic crimp in these plans for the Hurricane, but the young Negro remains as re- .narkable a physical s peciinen as ne ever was and it could be a grave mistake to count him out to No. 5 contender. In the ^irst round, the Cuban Pitchers Just Didn't Have It in All-Star MILWAUKEE Iff) You •probably got the snme idea from television that the All-Star Game pitching Tuesday left something to be desired and a guy who was in a position to k now w ill back you v.p. i Another flurry and a bull rush thumped a. t Jackson's bcdy -with both hand:;. Shifting to Ihe head when the jigging Jackson c ame out for the second, Valdes drove his man half through the ropes with a solid right Although the timekeeper counted f our, Referee Al Berl ruled no knockdown. Another right sent Jackson to the f loor for a n aulomatic-eight- count Actually he was up at two "New," Said Roy Campanella last' . night, much." "none of X!,;,; Jwl 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf QUICK Mimeographing service Reasbnabl^A £ate. ..-gall Samuejs '7-378(5. "Farm"' Bureau 'Office. 101 East Front Street. June 17-1 Mo, THE, Board, of Directors of lltfe Hempstead County Farmers As- Campy wos waiting his turn in the batting cage while his-Brooklyn Dodger mates were warming up for wha tturned to be their 2-1. 12-inning w in over Milwauke,e. He drove Jackson to his knees. He was up at o ne but the c ount again want to t he a utomatic eight. The third knockdown that ended the bout, under New York rules that require a referee to halt n light when one m an hus been d own three times in one round,, was dis- caught the first s even lutings pf|Puled by.,,rnany. i n the croyd of - P the Nationals 14,465. It looked as though a push, tering Meridian fo,- the Oilers' seventh straight v i ctory. . Meridian turned the game i nto a farce w ith six errors, three by shortstop Bobby Adams. Greenville winged away to a big leacl over Hot Springs with a five- run outburst in the third i lining. Al Benza uncork.ed the b i;| blow with a 360-foot three-run homer. Hot Springs made an effort to catch up, but the Bucks e arly 1 eacl w as too much, to overcome. Sam Chetta and Chuck Forbds each collected four hits as Mon roe squeezed past Pino Bltiff. Monroe p ut i ts scoring punch in two nings making four runs in the fifth and three in the ninth. Ftill t o bo answered before they choose up sides for the \Vorld Sc rics next fall Arc the Yankees, working on n nine-game winning streak when they bro!:c off for the All-Star Game, at last making the major move which w ill send them winging toward t h eir sixth straight championship? Their opponents fear so. Can the Giants maintain their dizzy pace of the past month, which included six straight over Brooklyn, and sail steadily on through the hot months to an almost uncontosled National League flag? Barring serious injury too nc or more of their key players, there is strong opinion that Leo Durocher's club can do just that. Has age suddenly caught up with the Dodgers i n general ami Jackie Robinson in particular, or has the club merely'been caught in a s lump which may lift ar.y clay now and transform it' agairi into the rjmost unbeatable team that clinched the flag on Sept. 1 2 last season? Getting back to the first one, the only possible reply has to be o reluctant yes. The nation's fans for the most part are terribly tired of seeing the Yankees win year games day w as only one game. , ] That door, not seem to inrtie.lU; that the team managed by freSty- man Wall Alston has exactly CUIIILV apart. All the present standing indicates, aciually. is that the _Dodgers have one outstanding arrayed against them this the Giants, w hcreas last year the.y has to beat only one pood cilia. . Milwaukee, while i^Ucniny up on . the weak sisters. ••.'•- learn time. the All-Star Game for ns the American Leaguers 11-0. won follownig a blow to the neck sent Jackson clown. No matter. what it "The only one w ho had a nyth.i.ng was, Berl ruled "knockdown" a nd at all was'(Marv) Gmson," Cam- the f ighl was o ver.'at 2:35 of the 'sociation will meet Friday July pannc n, a said. "His .stuff wtis 1 tt D v» »•»•» nf rl^o cHr»t'/> nvi \A7P5T! jj_. _._~j MM. ^ >..nn4- »» -f * r\w\ \trr t \*s\ 16 8 p. m. a't the store on West 5th. street to interview local applicants 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 chikl- ' ren in it»y home. Mrs, Evon Crider," 1004 ^Division. 14-3t EFRIGERATION ERYICE 7-3369 to Serve You I ( ^ 0 Know, K'ck Highway 67 West FURNITURE CO. Umftsy/est 8,r 9?r«'» f?r Sale 303 NORTH Ferguson - Six room duplex-- 2 baths, complete; plenty closets. Nice large rooms! Needs some repairs. Two large shady lots. Streets paved. Priced to sell cheap, We'st Avenue G • We have a LooknutsAre Badly Bent bytfib Rocks By The Associated Prsss The Chattanooga Lookouts wondered t.oday whatever in the v/ orld happened to h ome/Sweet home. ed."> second. Valdes "weighed 204, Jackson, to after year. So are seven other clubs in The Ameican. League. But there appears to be nothing anybody can do about it. There is no obvious reason why their present pace, or something approximating same, if they keep away from the Pittsburgh Pirates. The club has enjoyed some luck, true, in pulling a lot of games from the fire in the late innings, but that is accepted us-the hallmark of a good, sound outfit. Your Vote and Support Will Be Apprecaitcd Elecf ;1| W. B. "Bill" Ruggles! Your Sheriff j and Ex-Officio Collector , Hempstead County, ! County Pel. Pol. Adv. Paid for by'- W. B. "BUI" Ruggles Beware of Strangers DEMAND NON CANCELL'ABL'E HOSPITAL INSURANCE Home Security Life Ins. Co. 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. O. Box 104 Champion Heads Pack at Denver DENVER (/P) — Defending Cham pion Joe Conrad leads a field of 32 golfers, including nearly all t he favorites into the second round of championship play today in thn 51st Trans-Mississippi Golf Tournament. ' Conrad, f rom San Marcos, Tex,, Air Force Base meets Floyd Ad- Be,ef TOM GHT^RING wr»awi* for deep on« 7-8361 MM, .mffi, i Into/ . - . ,„ , i i-4um their f ourth-place porch in bargain, a 12 room apartment,; the'fijputli&i Association s landings house. Good tenants, a real iw* lhe tdbkputs hoped to climb into ney maker. Pouble garage - 4 the thick c l|rrent home stand. But large, lots - street paved Rents ing t l,eir c uj-rent home s land, But, will soop pay tor it. Will make to their, dismay, ''Litle Rock L money to tear down and built} wou ldn't cooperate. smaller houses. Plenty of lotMor After their -most successful road not m u ch pitchin' all around." this purpose, Don't overlook this' lrip ot tne s ea son, during which , one - -'they won 10 and lost 6, the Look- JUST outside city limits - We have'S, uts , returned Monday to friendly beautiful and modern 4 room tile, El '? le Radium, where they home. Hardwood floors - plaster f f ' ne a j-" record. To make things ^ nlentv built-ins 100' x ' better, \t hey had a tnree-game set plenty built-Jns. 100 x wUh UUe Rock _ wWch hag been »vdii»bi. frtp 265' lot with small poultry house arid yard. Garden and truck. : ROOM cottage on extreme East Shoyer street. 50' x 150' shady ,lot, Owpe;' leaving town, Will sell cheap, GREENING INSURANCE AND REALTY COMPANY G, I. F. H. A. and Conventional Loans • Real Estate i All Kinds Of Insurance Phone 7-4661 15-3t Funeral Directors OASPREST HOME INSURANCE , , . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . , PHONE 7r2l23 J7-lMo. CORNELIUS ASSOCIATION and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7'§505 for our J15-J Mo. particularly in effective against Chattanooga. Out after losing the first game through e rrors, t ho Travelers took he next two from the Looks and gpt them six games out of first 'luce. The Travs dubbed the Looks -5 las tnight chasing ace Bill Car ie w ith n fiyu-run, explosion i n he first, /eke Seisz pavt; u p the 3(her six r uns before bowing o ut n the seventh. Ralph Atkins got a home r tin for the Travs a ncl Hal iimpsoh c ollccted four hits in the lugfest. All-Star host Atlanta a nd Mobile rtjlngham kept rst p laqe b y splitting >v ith New Orleans, the Barons taking t he opener I l-C and" losing the second 5-4; RI0mphis edged Nuslv •'Me ( 8-7 t o complete League'.activity u ,nttl t onight's All-Star game in Atlanta. pretty good. The rest o f 'em.wore way o ff." . '•':''. What a bout R obin Roberts of Phil'tfdelphia, who s tavted for tho Nationals and was nicked for four runs? , i 'He didn't have his best s tuff," Campy replied. "He was behind most 'ot 'em 2- and 0. 3 and 0- and that's n pt' 1 i ke him. Usually he's throwing it right whore he wants. Why man; when I bat against him he's mostly got two strikes on me before I k now i 1. He wasn't like that yesterday, even iC ho did strike out, whav was it, five?" Who 1 ooked the best for the American Leaguers'? ; "Well, let's s oo," Campy said. pushing back his cap. "I didn't ,„„.-,., , face (Virfjil) Trucks. I guess it dmgton of Dallas m the first round • - -- of the upper f light. Medalist Ernie Vosslor, whose qualifying round of 6(j tabs him as the leading contender for Conrad's t itle, p lays Ron Mcore cf Denver, • King o f the top match of the lower flight. Topping the upsets in yesterday's opening round of championship play was Jim Vickerr/ 4 a hd loss to David Dunnof Dallas, an 18-year-old Soul hern Methodist Un- versity student. Vickers of Wichita, was runner-up to Conrad last year in Kansas City. Among opening round winners were Rex Baxter, Jr., of Amarilloj over Duke Evans of Wichita; Gene Zuspann of Goodland. Kan. over Keith Osborne of Corvaliis, Ore., and Dick Spangler of Lincoln, Neb. over J. C. Hamilton Jr., of Tulsa. MOTHER WOOL ERV WHO MEATS TOWN ' Special of the Day Fresh Ground BEEF Ground several times a day. Special 25c Ib SILVER MIST FLOUR Guaranteed. With every Sack Get 3 pretty glasses Free was (Whitey) Ford (the Now York Yankee southpaw who start- Was he as good a s in the World Series last year? "Naw," s aid Campy, "not that good. But he was t he bust t hey showed. f 'ft w as just one of thos»3 games, you know, everybody hitU'.v and " -up, winner over Rufu." Wichita' F.;lls, Tex. in Baker, Sailor Top Field in Public Links DALLAS, Tex. * Wl A baker from St. Louis and a sailor f rom Jacksonville, Fla., had the. rest of the field on edge today as the 29th Public Links Golf , Tournament moved into the fifth round The baker, Joe Evans, blistered Cedar Crest's par 71, (3,296.-yard course with two sub-par rounds yesterday as he ousted Bob Ludlow of Indianapois, 7 and e, and Mike Andonian of Portiac, Mich., 5 and 4. William Scarbrough, a giant were r ained out and Sir- chief petty officer from Jacksonn kept the Crakers in ville, Fla., 1 icked Larry HoUhous- Miiiimu m Price Milk, 4 Counties Arkansas counties yt^ei % d(»y wwe included In. 9 federal injlk; control order pyice affected by the Washington, cr o f Charlotte, N. C., 3 a nd 2 and then had an eagle final foi\ a j and 4 victory o ver Milton of St. Louis. ..; Scarbrouyh was 4 under par his match w ith the little' postman. His eagle crushed t he latter h ad birdied Uus 5 14th 'hole. ADMIRATION COFFEE Ib. Can 1.15 SOFT TISSUE Rolls- Only 29c ST. JOSEPH ASPRIN Reg. lOc Pkg. 5c NABfSGO CRACKERS LIBBY'S CATSUP GODCHAUX SUGAR 10 Sack Franchise Is Checked Up to Meridian By The Associatecl Press At least 3,000 Cotton States Lea gue fans must t urn out jn Tvleri- dian tonight for hu El Dorado game or face possible 1 oss o f their team. C, B. Rawlins,. co-ov>ner of the Meridun toam, warned that when the Millers returned for their present home stand UP would halt operations 'uniess 1,000 f tms attenrte<l each o f .the f irst t wo gamex. In response ^o this edict. 1,131 "siTivley Dayton O , c m funs saw El Dorado fuvn back rt J« iMrnnnn b Lo ri»' % Meridian l.H last night. It was J«rg,st Meridian crowd since PRODUCE SPECIALS HOME GROWN TOMATOES HOME GROWN PEAS REALLY NICE Cantaloupes Ib MARKET SPECIALS FRESH CALF LIVER Ib. 29c FRESH CHICKEN GIZZARDS and Necks Ib. 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