Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 30, 1954 · Page 15
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H6J>£ STAR, HQ.PI, ARKANSAS ED Pu&HcaUoft to iljpw' ~indT3o "ratef'" !•• advert'^ - iWi* V mort wft«f», or ._ 1 count a&ontr word, Wlf tt W$ht/l|3»!>u«lm _&* CttllM to duf - 6tfcntfdfl rfcmUttteh of ad and th«n ilntotteet-insertion. Rotes (payable In od- In Hope'and nelghborlno towns— ..I...;... .25 ..... 13.00 l>»t***4*l****«*«V<*f*f*l(ltlt* M OO "— 4 -t**.«.i.M>M»*>»*»»>Ji, 2,60 f " ^.jH!""™;;;;";;^": -430 S^Press'Ts^entUled ex-' -••"»,for republlcqtlon For Sofa spider lily bulbs. $1 per dozen jsostpaid 'within. Arkansas. Che^ i>fer here, AtthUr Gray, Ozafi. Month boa? and > trailer at a fadfgaJn. See at 1014 West 5th St. 28-§t USBDTf^ARGAlNS.. _ fijtctfptlonal values in 2 USED REFRIGERATORS Fully guaranteed 'Oklahoma Tire & Supply Political Announcements Bit* Ji iathettita to •&• fiotme* that thft following **• «UKJldAt«* for public offlc« jMife J«« to tha kctiott of th« Demo- «flt«e Jtlmaty electlotii. ' J. MIDDLEBROOK8 (AMo tfEWfi) 7S AMD 100 pound melons. See A. • D. 1 Goodwin, Rosston, Route -8; Vh ftilles west WUiisVille. 29-61 cow, four years old. See J. ri Latnb on old 67 west, one mile 'out. 29-3t Wonted to Buy TO BUY Men's Used Shoes. Rdaves *• Bargain Shop. 31-TF YOUNG» growth of cut over timber land. Anywhere in Southwest Arkansas. Will pay top prices, 'Phone 7-2228 or see Ralph Sounders. J12-1 Mo. Real Estate for Sale HERE ,IS the best house buy that " hafi been offered in Hope this year,, 3 large bedrooms roomy closets,, beautifully finished. in„ terior.,.. nearly new, garage, -breezeway, attic fan, floor furnace landscaped 186 foot front. Large oak trees, close Junior- Senior High. If you really want uone of Hope's nicest homes at a •real savings •— see us quick. Will •,'iinance 'FHA or GI. J; 1'IEBLONG REALTY CO. ,»«*„. Phone PR 7-22^8 29-3t <«nd •tfMMY COOK CfcAUO H, BUTTON Alderman Ward Thr** fi. L. RETTia .A..P. DELONEY II Dorado Ireenville Meridian tfonroe 3 ine Bluff lot Springs Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGEB TRAVIS MATHIS Alderman Ward Pour CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY Alderman Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE T, 0. (TOP) PORTER Alderman Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS , JOE JONES For State Sonata 7th District GENE LEE DR. F. C. CROW For City Attorney C. V. NUNN, JR. Funeral Directors Notice /OTE Boley's all new, "All air conditioned," court. "When guests or Tourists inquire. 4 people $5.00. July 3-1 Mo. VILL turn"'to responsible party, .S^tpe,j.^;P,lario, Famous r make, exce.Hentvvcpnditiori. $46.00 will " handie^deai," then assume small mon^Jy'payments, Contact CREDIT -MANAGER, JOPLIN PIA•NO COMPANY, 312 MAIN, JOPLIN, MISSOURI. 28-4t MELON equipment, rent cheap, bests, tables, trays, ice water «_keg, electric .stove, lights, Boley's a ,Court. " * ,, 2'8-6t' Services Of fered A OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . .-. . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL-. . . PHONE 7-2123 J7-1MO. HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents •••-' J15-1 Mo. Help Wanted WAITRESS wanted, apply in person only. Mac's Restaurant 40B E. Third St. ' 28-U Lost Nashville 41 63 . .394 20' Yest*i-d=iy's Results Birmingham 9, LitHo Reck 3 Chattanooua 4, Mobile 3 Atlanta f, Memphis 5 Nashville at New Orleftns (ppd rain) Today'j Games Little Rock at Birmingham Memphis at Atlanta Chattanooga at Mobile Nashville at New Orleans' (2) COffbN STAtES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB GO ZO 56 34 51 39 40 52 38 52 26 G4 .667 .C2S 4 .567;, 9 .435 521 .422 22 .230 34 Yesterday's Results Pine Bluff 7, Hot Springs 4 El Dorado 10, Monroe 1 Meridian 7, Greenville G Today's Games Hot Springs at Pino Bluff' Meridian at'Greenville' Monroe at El Dorado Legion Bests Waldo; League Record 19-2 The Hope Legionnaires soundly trounced the Waldo Giants 13-3 last night at lieglbn Park in a non-league enc'ouhter. Hope came up with 8 big rung n the 5th on hits by White, who got a single and triple, Huddleston, Nix. W. H. and Bill Gunter, Smith and Boyett combined with two er- •ors. They picked up two more n the next frame on walk, error, and singles by Smith and Johnson. Hope picked up two runs in the irst on two walks, and a single' by Huddleston. One more run crossed the plate in the second on a double by Gunter, and singles by "imith and Johnson, The Giants picked up a single ally:in the fourth and two more in he sixth for their three runs. Edsel Friday, July 30, 19S4 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 7-1, Charleston 1-0 ' Minneapolis 10, Columbus 2 Toledo », Indianapolis 2 Kansas City 2rl5, Louisville 1-15 nd game 10-inriing tie ' -• TEXAS LEAGUE Tulsa 6, San Antonio 2 Beaumont 4, Dallas 0 Houston 3, Oklahoma City 1 12 nnings Fort Worth 2, Shrevepovt 1« Fights Last Night- SYRACUSE, N. Y, — Pat Manzi, 50, Syracuse, stopped Chuck Foser, 147, Omaha 6. BROOKLYN Fort Hamilton-.'— olinny Busso, 139V&. New York, topped Frederico Escalcra, 139, New York. 5. '.-,...'.,• WEST JORDAN. Utah — Rex ,ayne, 208, Salt Lake C'ty, knocked ut Garris Alle, 213, Los Angeles, Matthews, Cockell Battle Tonight SEATTLE W H.-my (Did) Matthews Is taller a'nd has a greater reach than Dor. CockeH of London, but he'il be topped in ali other statistics by the .Britir-h champion in their- 10-round heavyweight fight tpnigir 1 . Matthews, who is 5 feet 11, wi!l weigh about 180. His reach is 74!j inches, compared to 71 inches for the 5-foot Cockeii. • In chest, . , r.eck, biceuts and other measurements Cockell has the edgo. He even has the edge in the Ring Magazine ratings, which list lim in third place and Matthews in seventh. „._ ub * i., i ju, *ii*t) jo Liit; \v (ji iu a injnu.Tl. lirUnS Edsel Nix, winning hurlcr, gave course rac?, and if all 14 start 3 runs on 7 hits, walked 1 while *^ e purse will total $Ir,9,(.'00 with ininrr R .T'i/-«lfcrin Irto^r. rrr.,. n .,., $102050 pnintf tn Ihp winnnr anning 8. Jackson, loser gave up 1 runs on 11 hits, struck out 7 vhile-walking 5 in 5 innings Jame- on. .relief gave up 2 runs on 2 lits, walked 1 fanned 1 in 1 inning. Tonight (Friday) the Legionnair- s will play host to the Ashdown bustlers in Legion Park. Hope tias a record 19-2 in league play o far this year. Hope ' ' AB R H. Johnson 4 2 2 Boyett 3 3 1 White, ., .....A l 2 Hrfddleston ...4 Nix ....3 Gunter, W. H. 3 Gunter, B. Smith . Griffin 3 .....4 .....4 Totals .... : .......-..32 Waldo AB Atkins, R. .: 4 B : reland 2 Atkins, D ,4 R 2 3 1 \1 • 1 2 1 2 0 13 R 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 13 H 0 0 2 Arlington Handicap Attracts 14 CHICAGO Fourteen thoroughbreds of the 3-y3Rr-oid and up class, headed by Sir' Mango and Icebert II, are primed for tomorrow's $100,000-addod Arlington Handicap. . . . This is the world's richest grass $102050 going to the winner. Harry N. Bads' Sir Mango, who won his fir.-:l turf effort, the recent Stars and Stripes Handicap r.t Arlington Park,g has been assigned top weight of 125 pounds and currently is favored at 5-i!. Iceberg II, W. Arnold Hanger's 1952 'grass champion, is rated at 2-1. He will carry the highest weight, of 121 "pounds, -including ;cckey Jor,|e Contrera^, who will be brought in from Now York to replace Eddie Ardaro. Arcaro is under a iO-day • suspension for rough riding aboard Royal Note, winner of last Saturday's Arlington Futurity. McClerkin Olson Jameson . Haire Thomas ... Jackson ... ...4 ....:...:...:. .3 3 3 3 3 Totals 29 Pelicans Find Going Tough in Southern • By The Associated Prexs Three days ago all wns rosy in the life of Danny MurtaiU;h. the clever Irishman who directs the talented New Orleans Pelicans. His power-packed club, a game and a halt ahead of the j'cuthern Association pack, was set to open a home stand with the cellar- cwelling Nashville Vcls. At the .rime time, Atlanta's sec- ond-place'Crackers had to contend v.'ith the fast-rising' Memphis Chicks, who were launching one of iheir- patented stretch runs for the playoffs, Danny, n blue trishrmn today, was forced to watch the rain wash his lead away. There 'consecutive postponements and the same number .of Atlanta victories over Memphis left the Crackers and the Pels deadlocked for the load with identical 64-45.587 records. If the weather lets up, Murtatigh gets a ch mce to recoup tonight with a doubleheader asr.inst Nashville while Atlanta seeks a sweep with Memphis. The Crackers withstood n fierce home-run assault last night and edged Memphis G-5. Birmingham crept to within one g.-ime of the leading Pris by trouncing ' Little Top Radio Programs NEW YORK (ffl — Selected programs tonight Friday: NBC —8 Hear America Swing- in 1 , 2 hours, 10:30 Listeii to Washington. Gen. Matthew Ridgway. CBS 7:15 Peter Lind Hayes fehow; 8:30 Arthyr Godfrey Digest. ABC — 8 Jack Gregson show; 9 Sammy Kaye Serenade. MBS 3-30 Take a Number; 9:30 Have A Heart. (All Times Eastern Daylight) Rock fl-3, and ChaltartoOga rallied to defeat Mobile 4-3 and ctit its deficit to five games. Birminghpm buried ifs home* park jinx a little deeper with a third consecutive onesided victory over Little Rock. In winning their sixth straight, the Baronr belabored Trav pKchng for It hits. Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT ALBERT STUART .... PLAINTIFF VS. LUCILLE STUART ..DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The Defendant, Lucille Stuart, is hereby warned- to appear in this Court within thirty days hereafter and answer the complaint of Albert Stuart, Plaintiff herein. WITNESS My hand and,, seal as Clerk of this Court on this 15th day of July, 1954. Garrett Willis, Clerk (SEAL) July 16, 23, 30, Aug 6 Now Buy Your Beef at Special WHOLESALE PRICES ARMOUR STAR or SWIFT PREMIUM Side of Beef . . . Ib. 39c Hind Quarter . . . Ib. 50c Front- Quarter . . . Ib. 30c Good Native BEEF Side of Beef . . . Ib. 31c Hind Quarter ... Ib. 38c Front Quarter . . . Ib. 24c "OTHER SPECIAL CUTS AVAILABLE" Hope Locker & Processing Co. SOUTH MAIN STREET RED white-faced cow. Muley head. 5 year's old, yellow tag in ear #39L Lost,July, 13. Liberal reward for information. Guy Martin; Patmos, Phone 7-2035. 29-6t Wanted DEPENDABLE, sober man, age -65 or 00, who can dryve a-car. «,^S^es an^room and boa,rd. Mrs. :^Jifs. , Peajl.- Cqx; 505 . % Ehn, -Pr'eicott:'*" ' < ''ag' JATTRESS renovation and. Inner- "ng work- Cobb Mattress Co. "South Washington. Phone '7-2622. ' Mar, 4-tf AR B Q" order Chicken ready to ,eat $1.35. Sandwiches made to order 3 -for $1.00, Hot Dogs with ..chili, 20p Hurt's Bar B Q Candy Avenue. < ' 28-4t Philco A ir-Conditioners f One. of Arkansas' Most t •' ') ^Complete « < TV Repair Shops ELECTRIC CO, Phone 7-8629 114 S»> Elm ,—-r Now for Bell of Georgia ana 1 Indian Peaches. Elbertas also going fast, Don't wait. E. M. McWilliams For Rent 2 BEDROOM, unfurnished apart ment, nice i neighborhood, 608 S. main. Phone 7-3205. 28-31 FURNISHED 4-room garage apartment. Telephone 7-2205. 29-tf DUPLEX — Available August 1st. 5 rooms and bath, hardwood floors, spacious closets, built-ins, attic fan, window shades, glassed in service porch, circulating heater -in fire place, excellent condition, Close in, garage. Call — Mrs. Cora A. Jamison. Phone 7-36%5 or 7-3481, 29-Gt i '"'^ 4 I • 'i Supply Co, 7^2381 jLr* *v*[gv THEPEAUTYBOX "Air-Conditipned" Open 6 days each week ,'. . Operators . . . Buth, J8Q*lscher 4 Model James ana Evelyn Moore •142 South Main PRESCOTT ROLLER RINK Open ™ 7:45 - 10 p, m, S k3te for Health & Fun — Y<?unfl & Ol^" fgrk Prescott, Ark. TOP'S pair*, New'-and ,Uset< l Parts. .07 West f s » <j , * 1. 1 Metsu Ark, imrfWUaHBUhi^ NATIONAL New York , v Milwaukee-' St.',Louis - • Cincinnati PhJladelphtQi Chicago Pittsburgh " LEAGUE W L Pet. 63 37 61 31) 53 45 48 49 50 il 47 -40 41 QS .630 .610 .541 .495 .495 .490 .423 ,213 GB 2 0 13 ii 13'/^ 14 " 20>4 Yesterday's Result? St. Louis 6, New York 0 - Mihvaukoe 5, Pittsburgh 3 Chicago 6, Brooklyn 5 Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 0 Today'? Games (All night games) Milwaukee at Brooklyn Cincinnati at New York St; LouU at Philadelphia Chicago at Pittsburgh 66 SPTS. ADD STANDINGS ... AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. G13 Cleveland 78 30 ,091 New York 67 33 ,670 I"/-. Chicago 62 41) .014 7 " Detroit 44 54 .449 23 V. Washington 42 52 .447 231", Boston 85 62 , : 361 32 " Philadelphia 35 63 .361 32 Baltimore 35 64 .354 33 Yesterday's Results New York 10, Chicago 0 Washington 6, Baltimore 0 Boston 10, Cleveland 2 Detroit *}-7, Philadelphia ?-3 Today's Gijmes (All night 0j»m?s) Philadelphia at Chicago fit Deti-oH at Ywk at 59 90 52 53 48 03 4*'67 <?IATION I* pet. GB 44 ,5B7 41* -578 1 ,&« 5 •48t ,43? 17 .396 21 more your money in FORD ...than in "the other'lead ing Pickup! i More efficiency! More horsepower for displacement size inJbofh Ford engines, V-8 and Six. Ford's LOW-FRICTION design flakes for gas-saving power. Only Ford gives you ultra-modern V-8 engine design. More power! New 130-h.p.' Power King V-8 or 115-h.p/ Cost Clipper Six. longer engine life with over 21 % less piston travel. .; as much as 21 % slower piston speed. More comfort in Ford's Driveri^d Cq b! 27 % !bigger windshield! 18"inch wider reqr '-; window, On// Ford gives you seat shock i snubjbers . ,, woven plgstig upholstery, i« Now's the time to fpr one Easter control, Wider Stronger Ford construction ... tread ond shorter turning deeper frame for rigidity diameter for greater] .... 400-lbs, greater handling ease, Fordomatic tpta! axle capacity . ,\. and exclusive Power Brake? higher spring ratings, at worth-while extra cost, front and rear. More capacity ,, , greater payload rating. Over 5 cubic feet more body load space with higher sides and slanting flare boards! Reinforced clamp-tight tailgate! trade the new .,, ^^^ ^^B^^ «)B!P fl^W ^Pl^ff^ ...LAST LONGER, TOOI HOPE AUTO CO. YOUR FORO PIAUR FOR PVER SO YEARS BLONDIE t TOT ANOTHER MAT.' I fv6U MlfSt THINK Famous Figures Answer to ; Previous Puzzle ACROSS 4 Mrs. Ivlesta 'l Joan of * S ee ? covering 4 Bunyan ^.^ ahStened 8 Good Queen ^ a ^ music l?Flightles S bird 1 ^ a0 -^ 13 Sea eagle 14 Great Lake 15 Except •MO Earthy material 11 Views O W A U U. UTAH In ?M°H b M am r» ' 9 OccurferTce 29 Playing cards 42 Native of 20 Price, 23 Expunge 31 Stops Philippines 2lSwoman ^ Rf-ove 33 Pn^cro's 43 Eager 22 Low tide 25 Above 44 Network 24 French nrtist 2G Hair clye 33.Disastrous •- 4G Pronoun 26——Hitler 27 Exhaus l s 40 Wearies ; 47 Ireland 27 Mouths 30 Show 32 Of a remote ancestor 34 Austere 35 Calm 36Befo"re 37 Poker .stake 39 Annoys 40— — Peter the Great 41 Permit 42 Queen -—Antoinette 45 Studio , 49 Omission M51 de '. | , Janeiro (52 Ceremony '53 Tumult J54 Age 55 Poems •56 French coins 57 Indian weight [ DOWN ! 1 Pulpit |,(2Put to night ,3—- de Medici 28 Climbing 41 Natives of 48 Bellow plant Latvia 50 Anger : IZ IS IB 4 . W y> 34 3fc 12 49 ML 55 15 13 3 1 r Zl N4 ^ 40 H |5 'V It 8 31 37 M Ib m 50 (•'i £b > U. 'M 9 36 1.5 - 7 '% tt yt 35 m 4b 17 ZO W/? 41 8 4 '•^ ( y> 39 9 n 51 54 , 51 10 28 w II Z.9 48 }0 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Ran off and married trie chauffeur, eh? Thank goodness! He's already on my payroll;"-' SIDE GLANCES By Golbroith -ilstMkV^v/" ?v&>I« If £fit«k YMM OtARKIKI OVER NOTHING By J. It Will)**** OUT OUR WAY VIC FLINT NbT HOME-yOL'PUFF HA6YWEV.L NOT TO TH' •) A BIG SWAP Awce&&ttixe. YBBT6RD/»y I tRWLfeO r WiBLVIM..TO AM THEN Vye ImW I YBBH CKUW i ip.(MUBK r mi,uviM'.iw ms WPmfilmtl UWAIW FI?WOM.FOUpWMfiNUB. POLICE CAM'T FIMPMBWJM OR Hid PA.& AKIP THIWK DUR1N6 THE SEAFAIR . J . V> 1 1 ,-t " Ml ,««!.'!i«t2li-.' 7 " J *>. V.f!?TT?f" OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Mojor Hoop GREAT CAESAR, Kf THAT _ . 60Y6/CAM TrtiS WHQTO.lBr A ,-^|i CRUMBLING ROOKERV)!H&. 3MB1KOOBT! 1 BE "EA6LS MOOK", OUR { DE6TIMATIOM? \6 THIS THE "MAGNIFICENT SUMMER ABODE" THAT RASCALLY BOOTi AND HER BUDDIES ASENT £0 6LOVM- AW&' IMSLV DE6-A F!f?6T ^7 •' "^"Iffl^^^^BH^ BUGS BUNNY FUNNY BUSINESS BUT;YPUP080RTA F A GUY: AY5TEUJN C(XJLPN 1 T J'MTALKIN' POSSIBLY ABOUT/ ^That's what it says instead ot 'cyckoo* have a eroup.of girls at the pool SWEETIE PIE DEHVERV BOV WANTEO TH1 STORY OF MARTHA WAYNI r;"i'u" ' wwi* ' ^""^'"-'frw-Tj^fi^ vws.4 -r—SS^'.Jii «• i '4" -v^, ! . \ i, /. ^jISU'^'/;!^ H';^l , ,-^,., . -,, u^M^4?i.v:^;viit 4 i^^»a»ifc^iil^«

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