Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 31, 1954 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 31, 1954
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5S K y^k ^^"je^^fwc^rT f 'f HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS 1ASSIFIED , Mast.Be Ili Office Day Before Publication rtATES A« or* jxiyobl* tfi , fete Wtl b6 accepted ftd oceoftntxia- with the un* account Is poyoble , I* tendered. Ad ~i!so fhfrti Six ttoyl ~ .90 t.20 1.SO 1.80 2,10 2,40 270 3.00 Dov» Month 1.50 ZOO 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 6.00 4.50 6,00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 DANDY boat and trailer at a bargain. See at 1014 West 5th St. 28-31 1FIEO DISPLAY • 75e per Ineh ,:.„,-.« ............. 60e pet Ihch ,,'«i. t ». ... ......... SOe per Inch >*jeted above are for ton- insertions. Irregular or skip- 111 tdke the one-day rote. ; classified advertising copy "d ufttil 5 p. m. for , following day. llshars reserve the right to edit all advertisement* of•' bublleotion and to reiect adverHslno. tub- all • of ona or more lot ten, rflflures such as house or numbers count Os ona word. •Hope Star will not bs respon- 6t, error* In Want Ms unless ..re called to our attention iiPIftST insertion of ad and th«n "ilLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. i" PROSPECT 7-3431 1899; press 1927 •llcUted January. 18, 1929 tsttfy weekday afternoon by «> PUBLISHING CO. . , i E. Palmer;, President •HJ 1 - W«»bbtirn,' Secy-Tr«§. , ...,The• Star-Bulldlnfl a-14 -South Walnut' StrMl 1; ,'Hope/ .Arkansas i, Woshburn, Editor & Publisher s^Mgnaglns Editor, ,. Advertising Manogei V." Hotmef, • Mcch. . Supt. second class matter at t;.0fflco at Hopo, Arkansas, jof March 3, 1897. ier-'bf the Audit Bureau of' i.;l-', Circulations , tHptlon Rates (payable In ad- $|$jft/; ' vance): ' arrlor Irt Ho'pa and neighboring <(W,i I towns— ,,i^ , t. . .', .... .25 "l"7CZJ""r.T".""''i s!oo .IP 1 In Hempstead, Nevada, /^Howard, and Miller coun- '.,$;„..,'... ,.j.,,..,....., .83 >,. ......i. ,,.,..,,;,„. 4,50 , 1.10 ...-.;...,.,:..,;,;.„., i$oo ng Representatives: , |n c :;. 1^02, Sterick ' nn,;, 505 h Texas Texas; 360 N. 10 1,411,; 60 Ei ,, ,7, N.V,'; 1763 wi. piug;,'-.Detroit > 2( Mtch.i" i(,JJIdo,/,Oklahoma .City 2, H>?'V ' ' ' , , — of The, Associated Press: toted -press (s entitled ex- Jto the u*e for republleotton he', local .news printed in this er, .as well' as all 'AP —'- For Sab EtED sbider Illy bulbs. $1 per dozen postpaid within Arkansas. Cheaper here. Arthur Gray, Ozan. July 6-1 Month Plenty of USED TIRE BARGAINS Exceptional values in 2 USED REFRIGERATORS Fully guaranteed Oklahoma Tire & Supply 5 AND 100 pound melons. See A. D. Goodwin, Rosston, Route 3, H/2 miles west .Willisville. 29-6t MILCH cow, four years old. See J. Lamb on old 07 west, one mile out. • 2D-3t MARINE plywood boat and tral ler. Sec at 300 East 15th. 31-3t Wanted to Buy TO BUY Men's Used Shoes. Reavos 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 Saunders. J12-1 Mo, Help Wanted WAITRESS wanted, apply in pet- Bon only. Mac's Restaurant 40U E. Third St. 28-U i-IELP wanted: Man to cln sales work in four-county rural sec tions around Hope. Car furnished \salary and commission. Can be hoinf every night. Good wages foi Korxl worker. Apply Hope Star office. ' ' 31-t£ Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inner sprlpg work Cobb Mattress Co 310 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. • Mar. 4-t EAR B Q order Chicken ready to eat $1,35. Sandwiches made to order 3 for $1 00. Hot Dogs will chili, 20c Burl's Bar B Q Candy Avenue. 2t!-4i Political Announcements Star to authorised to *ft» that the following *t« candidates for public office subject to the action of the Demo* cratio primary election*. fit County Cleric ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOK8 JOLLY (AMONEfTJS) BYEBS ARTHUR ANDERSON Fee Sheriff and Collector JIMMY COOK CLAUD H, BUTTON Alderman Ward Thre* B. L. RETTIO A. P. 'DELONEY NATIONAL LEAGUE. W L Pet. GB *ew York 64 37 .634 Brooklyn 61 40 .604 3 Milwaukee 54 45 .545 9 it. Louis 49 49 .500 13',2 Cincinnati 50 52 .490 14& hiladelphia 47 50 .485 15 hicago 42 57 .424 21 Itlsburgh 32 69 .317 32 Yesterday's Results New Yoik 6, Cincinnati 1 St. Louis 12, Philadelphia 3 Milwaukee 9, Brooklyn 3 Pittsburgh 8-5, Chicago 6-8 for Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERQEB TRAVIS MATHIS Alderman Ward Four CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY Alderman Ward Twa JOHN S. GREENE T. O. (TOP) PORTER Alderman Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State Senate 7th District GENE LEE DR. F. C. CROW For City Attorney C. V. NUNN, JR. Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE 2ND & HAZEL AMBULANCE PHONE 7-21 2J J7-1MO HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL • ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents ,115-1 Mo Real Estate for Sale AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland few York Chicago Detroit Washington Joslon Baltimore Philadelphia W L 68 30 67 24 63 39 45 51 42 53 39 58 30 04 35 63 Pet. GB .634 .603 21/2 .616 7 .455 23 >/ 7 .402 28'/ 2 ,300 33 .357 33 Yesterday's Results Cleveland, 0, Washington 3 Baltimore 10, New York 0 Chicago 4, Philadelphia 2 Detroit I, Boston 0 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Mew Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis Little Rock Mobile Nashville 65 43 64 40 64 40 59 51 53 5G 48 (i4 45 67 42 04 .586 .532 .582 .SM 5',L .486 11 .429 17 '/_ .402 20V, .390 21 Leaders in the Major Leagues fty The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting — Noren, New York, 358; Minoso, Chicago, .3.30; Man,le, New York, .325; Rosen, Gleve land. .318; Avila, Cleveland, .317. Runs Batted In Minoso, Chicago and Mantle, New York, 77; Hosen, Cleveland and Verra, New York, 75; Doby, Cleveland, 72. Home Runs — Mantle, Mew York 21; Doby, Cleveland. 20; Rosen, Cleveland. 18; Sievers, Washing ton, 16; Williams, Boston and Vcr non, Washington, '15. Stolen Baser, — Jensen, Boston and Rivera, Chicago, 14; Minoso, Chicago, 12; Busby, Washington, 10; Michaels, Chicago, 9. Pitching Reynolds, New York, 10-1. .909; Feller, Cleveland, 8-1, .889; Consuegra, Chicago. 12-3, .800; Morgan, New York,' 7-2, .778; Grim, New York, 12-1, .750. Strikeouts — Turley, Baltimore, 113; Trucks, Chicago, 105; Wynn Cleveland, 03; Pierce, Chicago, 89; Colema.n, Baltimore, 85. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting Snider, Brooklyn, .362; Moon, St. Louis. .340; Mueller, New York, 362; Musial, St. Louis, .335; Schoendienst, St. Louis, .334. Runs Batted In — Mus.'al, St. Pony Teams Hay Saturday Night Mope and Texarkana Pony League All-Star will play at Legion Tennis League to Oversee Activities SOUTHHAMPTON, N. JY. W Sidnney Wood, president of the field Saturday night starting at 8 Tennis Players League, arnouneeil o'clock. The game is rt benefit to help send the, local state playoff. boys to the Fishing — Lake Conway, River, perch, Fishing Good as Usual LITTLE ROCK Wl should be' good at the following spots over the weekend, according to the State Game and Fish Commission: Faulkner bream. Franklin — Arkansas rough fishing. Fulton — All streams, bass. Garland — Lake Ouachita, bass, crappie. Lafayette —Spirit Lake, bass. Logan — Blue Mountain. Paris, Cove Lake 1 ;, bream. Lonoke — Clear Lake, b^eam. Perry — Nirnrod Lake, channel catc, bream. Phillips — Storm Creek, bus.;, bream. Prairie White River, channel cat. Saline — All lakes and streams, bream. Saturday, July 31, 1954 '" " The sun rotates on its axis in about 27 days. ______ today 1hc orgnniznlio-i \vas recommending a five-man committee to oversee "nativities" o£ players on the tournament circuit. "We hope our recommendation will be acted upon by the United States Lawn Tennis Association," said Wood. Wood said tne committee would be made up of two top players, two USLTA executives and cue former amateur player. Wood's announcement came as n result of rumors that at least one of the country's better players had made excessive demands for pense money to play in the Baltimore tournament which was scheduled for this week. The tournament was abandoned. TIME CHANGE Effective 12:01 A. M. August 1st Departure Time Train No. 3 3:45 A. M. KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN Yesterday's Results Birmingham 8, Lit tit; Rock 1 New Orleans 6-1. Nashville 0-5 Memphis 0, Atlanta 4 Mobile C, Challanoogh '3 COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB El Dorado 61 30 Greenville 50 35 Lost RED white-faced cow. Muley head, years old, yellow tag, in es»r .. Lost July 13. Liberal reward IOK information. Guy Martin, Patmos, Phone 7-2035. „_, ' 29-6t Wanted liew Fall t, Arrived' , Newest In Metis Wear as $54.BO ? Tailor Shop t " v REFRIGERATION HQHE 7:3369 -" i P Beryp' YOU! sober man, age ' 55 or 60, who can drive a car. , Wages and room and board. Mrs. -.Mrs. Pearl Cox, 505 W. Elm, "Prescott. 29-Gt HERE IS the best house buy tha has been offered in Hopo this year. 3 large bedrooms roonij closets, bcnulifully finished in terior, nearly new, garage, brcoxcway, attic fan, floor furnace 1 landscaped ]!H> foot front. Large oak trues, close Junior- Senior High. If you really want one ot Hope's nicest homes at a real savings — see us quick. Will , finance 'FHA or GI. .'•' LIEBLONG REALTY CO. Phone PR 7-222^ 29-3t Meridian Monroe Pine Bluff Hot Springs 52 3!) 40 53 39 52 2fi (50 .070 .613 5 .571 9 .430 22 .129 22 .2i!G 35 Louis, 90; Hodges, Brooklyn, 87; Snider, Brooklyn, 84; Mays, New York, 81; Jablonski, St. Louis, 80. Home Runs Mays. New York, 26; Sauer, Chicago, 29; KKiszcw- :,ki, Cincinnati and Musial, St. Louis, 28; Hodges, Brooklyn, 26. Stolen Bases — Bruton, Milwaukee, 20; Fondy, Chicago, 16; Temple, Cincnnnli, 15; Moon, St. Louis, 12; Mathews, Milwaukee 8. Pitching Antonclli. New York, 35-2, .882; Davis, "Chicago, 7-2, .778: Meyor, Brooklyn, 8-3, .727; Lawrence. Dt. Louis, 7-I-i, . 700; Grissom. New York, 9-4, .Gi)2. Strikeouts — Haddix, St. Louis, 318; Roberts, Philadelphia, 117; Erskine, Brooklyn, 100; Antonelli, New York, 94; Suahn, Milwaukee, SO. . • SUMMIT, N. J., (UP) A confident Archie Moore, light heavyweight champion of '.ho world, interrupted his training long enough today to predict he'll knock out Harold Johnson in their title fight at Madison Square Garden, AUK. 11, .and added lie then wants to set a crack at Rocky Marcicino for the heavyweight championship. THANKS I sincerely- thank those of you who voted for me. . . I am grateful for your trust and true support. r . i Always your friend W. B. RUGGLES Pol. Adv Paid for by Bill liu DOWNTOWN, . ''Brown D'erby" cufc. Newly, redecorated, ample seating " capacity, going nice business, ideal for rna%and wife team. See Brown, at Brown's 82 truck stop, Stamps;-'Arls. 31-6t For Rent 2 BEDROOM, unfurnished apartment, nice neighborhood, 608 S. main. Phone 7-3205. 28-31 FURN1SHJ2D 4-room garage apartment, Telephone 7-2205. 29-tf NEWLY decorated 3 rooms and bath unfurnished apartment. 20U E. 6th st. Phone 7-3813. 31-3t 67. West co. Ojty Limits West nlWster Barrels for Sale > Hope, A>k. ' CUSTOM and wrapned for deep fpr Oeep Freeze MM, 74361 Come Now for Bell of Georgia and Indian Peaches. Elbertas also going fast, Don't wait. E. M. McWilliams AT 304 Officers Drive, Oakhaven; , we offer ah attractive four bedroom, two bath, two;:stpry home which will he vacant 'during August. Located. on a sp"acious 400 x 300' shady lot, this home has living room with fireplace '-^ diningrooni •- kitchen with built- 1ns- laundry room - attic storage - porch - and two car garage a! in excellent condtion for only $8,750.00. ON the corner of 13th and Walkei is a three bedroom home situatec on 75 x ISO' shady lot vacan- and priced to sell - $1,100 casl will handle - balance like rent. AT 91G South Elm this nltr'aclivi. brick home has thosb large spa clous rooms with equally, largi closets - garage - located on 101 x 142 ' landscaped lot - can fi nance. CALL - 7-4691 FOSTER REALTY COMPANY ' 31-3 LOANS wwt <m M plans tw yw. If I Home lmpfoy«m«ot <tt *• Hope Builder's Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 THE BEAUTY BOX "Air-Conditioned" Open C days each week , . . Operators , . . Ruth Hoeliclu r, Modol James and Evelyn Moore 112 South Main Noticf Yesterday's Results Pine Bluff 4, Hut Springs 3. El Dorado 8, Monroe;'0. <: ; Meridian '2, Greenville 1. :. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Home The present Turkish republic was started in 1953. TERMITES CURRY'S Termite Control Cb. BONDED - INSURED GUARANTEED For Free Inspection Call A. D. MIDDLEBROOKS Jr. Day Phono Night Phone . 7-2821 7-2822 : Now'Rjjy Your Beef at Special WHOLESALE PRICES Funeral service for Mrs. Mattie Wise will be hold Sunday, Aug. 1, at the Baptist Church in Lewis- yille, at 2 p m with Hicks Funeral llqiijo in charge. Mrs. ISmma. J. Neeley of Los Angeles, Call!., and Mrs. Virginia Johnson and children of Lincoln, Nebr,, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Effie G. George, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Easter and family left Thursday night for Chicago, 111., to visit relatives and friends. Legal Notice ay Itwre & Mettie*i Co. ||m r Street Phonp 7-3218 PRESCOTT ROLLER RINK Open —~ 7:45 - 10 p, m, "Skate for Health & Fun — Youna & Old" Fair Pork Prescoft, Ark, VOTE Haley's, all new,. "AH air conditioned," court. When guests or Tourists inquire, 4 people $5.00. July 3-1 Mo. WILL turn to responsible party, Spinet Pinno, Famous make, excellent condition. $40.00 will handle deal, then assume sm;ill monthly payments, Contact CREDIT MANAGER, JOPLIN PIANO COMPANY, 312 MAIN, JOPLIN, MISSOURI. . 28-41 MELON equipment, rent cheap, chests, tables, trays, ice water keg, electric stove, lights, Holey's Court. . 23-Ot TWO TRUCKUOAPS JUST ARRIVED Glass Cut and Installed. Complete Repairs. New and Used Parts, Highway 67 West Pial 7-370T Hope, Ark, YOU/!! Injqy loting USED These are Priced t« §oye YPM Money, ' . Your Tires- New, WYLII Gloss & Salvage Co West 3rd ARMOUR STAR or SWIFT PREMIUM Side of Beef . . . Ib; 39e Hind Quarter.. . . Ib. 50c Front: Quarter . . . Ib. 30c Good Native BEEF Side of Beef . .. . Ib. 31c Hind Quarter . . . Ib. 38c Front Quarter ... Ib. 24c jj... "OTHER SPECIAL CUTS AVAILABUE" "•^-'f, Hope Locker & Processing Co. SOUTH MAIN STREET THE VOT I sincerely appreciate the splendid vote you gave me in Hempstead County and the entire circuit where I led the ticket, and led my run off opponent in all but Clark County. I particularly am grateful to all of you who worked so hard, and voted for me on July 27. Please continue your efforts until August 10. I sincerefy solicit the active support ana vote of everyone who for any reason voted for any of my opponents previously. . . : Sincerely, Candidate for Prosecuting Pol. Adv. Paid for by Roycc Weiscnbcrgc COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thqt by virtue oi' a decree o£ the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, entered on the 1st day of July, 1954, in a cause pending therein, wherein National Life Insurance Company vas plaintiff and Vance Oakley ane, Ola Mae Lane, and Mrs. ouclla Lane, were defendants, the mdcrsigncd as Commissioner ap- >olntcd by tho Court will on the list day oC August, 19. r )4, offer for ale at public outcry to the highest mlder at the East Door of the ?ourt House nl Mope, Arkansas, the ollowing lands to-wit: The Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SW'/i NE','i> except about seven (7) acres in the lorthoast corner thereof, being all hat part of said Southwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter (SW'/.i lying and bein:!:' North and of the branch running in a southeasterly direction throuv.h the ^orllionst part; 1he Northwest Quarter of tho Southeast QtutrtiM- (NW'-'i SKV'i) and the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of the outh.pasl Quarter (N 1 ,*. SWVi SKV,>; nil in Suction Six ((!•) Township Nine (!)) South, U:mt:c Twenty-six- \n<Ji at u point GGO fc>et north of the Southwest comor ol the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quartor (SE'/» NWVi) of Section Eight (8), Township Nine (9) South, Range Twenty-six (2fi> West running thence North 81.45 degree:; East 2035.1 feet, thence North 23 grees West 481.8 feet, thence North 8 degrees and 30 minutes West 425.7 feet, thence North 21 degrees West 68(5,4 feet, thence North 43 degrees West 271.7 feet thence West 1325,3 feet, thence South 1980.0 feet to point of begin ning. Said Sale will be on credit of three months and ,the purchase! will be required to give bond will approved personal security for the purchase money, or purchaser ma> elect to pay Csish. WITNESS My hand this 28 daj ol July, 1954. Garret* Willis ?1, Aug. 7, 1? FOR YOUR OLK A Majority of the Voters of Arkansas Have Registered Their Disapproval of the Do- Nothing Cherry Administration, Let's Carry on the Victory for a Finer, Better Arkansas. 07 for a work THE OOV man VOTE FOR FOR GOVERNOR Political ?i(ivpvtisemont paid for by Roy Ritter, Chairman, Faubus For Governor Committee

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