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Vi'iiellim blinds. $1100 L'ii(,h .mil GI iniiti, totnl mtmthly , $:ill, l.ticniiid uii |i,uu rni'iit nt lull South Hpna-c, SIX i-niiiii hdini' with Ilirni; ln-d- I'liiiinn, inocluiii thi'oiiithniit nnd I'lrmi' hi, iioveriil lnr|!f Hhiuli- tn'i'ii, Hit! fiiot fii.ntii)]|, on piivr. nicnt lit ftOl) Knut Thlnl wtrcel. Tlltll'!K bi'ilriioin imniu wllh titlli Vl'lltlllltloil, Vl'Ml'tillll IjlllHlll, hlllll Wiiod lliinr.ij, |ilini)ii., IIV |iy Ifil) Lit buy onuliy iiiul iitiiiuini) |,-|IA liiiin, I-I II) Smith I'liu- Mlrcet. I 1 'IV10 I'iKiiii liiimi' on I'oi'iicr Int. la-runs t'oiiil fnini llrookwuoil Schixil, oil iniveiiit'iil iiiul i:lu.s.t ill. liny equity imd ns'iium. |.'||A loan, monthly pnyim-iiu of $;M til. FOHTI'IH -- KM.IS Rc«nl Kutiiti'. liiMii'tmrc, l,n?in»i 1IHI l^'HKl Sfi-ond I'hiuie 7-1011^ u :u Political Announcements Tfi« Bt*r I* *nthorlz«d to •nnwnrr that the following nr« cdndkime* for public office tuliject (o thf nction of the Democratic primary nlftctloiu: for T*x Aa««*tor cniT STUAHT For Circuit CUrk OAHMKTT wtr-f.fs 8, A, <Sp(«p<ly) HUTiiON For ftepre««nt*tlv« TAI..DOT FKH.D JR. For County Judo* CLAUD H, .MUTTON t). <: OAttnKTT Kit KM A. r.UCK For Ohsrlff C. COOK For Alderman Ward 1 JOK jiiurr II, C. (flob) DANIELS JOK .IONKH For Alderman Ward 2 I'TJW) JOHNSON DWfflHT HIIifJIJlLr, t'AHL HALKY For Alrtorman Ward 3 n. u itr:rmi BtM« Si-nate TOM .1, SILVKY ntt. F, (•. enow ChnncHlor (First Dlvlilon, Oth District) WHKI.KY HOV/AKI) A P. STKKI. Foe CoitHrflns OKKN 11 All I! IS Sports in Brief BASEBALL rHir.ADFI.PHfA —thp National J>iii/ii<> win thf flrft rtirlodrd nil- Miu Kitmi- m trip Ifl-yunr nerlt's with ,-i ri 2 flvr-lnnlnR triumph over th'- AffTif nit r.jOaKtu* on h'imr nifiai by JMI-VIC ftobiiMon nti'i Hunk , ifoly f, tft*£ , July 9, 1952 ', ! •" i.*-:, "".'**' v 5 "7 p g t, HOPES TAR, HOP I, ARKANSAS *™i*®&S, ' ,4 ' T '"< wj^j?s55Bjp!pjwE'"> M* v ' ' GOLF KT AN'KS.On K«>.i, Knf? Kartf/.f-nn fii-nnantown, «hot fo! ii 2-tl,'iy f|-, »t In- ni:d f'l I i r.inii diMilil Gc'ii n mil lifyiriK totnl of Kill! filhfr Arn''riruri:< j NEW YOHK ff.r inntrh piny in | N,. w ' Y(ir( ; Yankees Foul ris, Lead League ! Sports Mirror^ i By The At*oel«ted Press i TODAY A YEAR AGO Cousin • rcKistoi'd a surprise victory in 1 tin Great American Stiikcs ii' j Aqiieduc-i as Primati . the favoritf . jir>n nut of tin.' money, ! KIVK YKAHS AOO ' Kipis won j Ih" $25. 000 Comely HatKticap :it Legionnaires Meet Tomics in Texarkana ILONDIE By RIP WATSON (For GAYLE TALBOT) lh«« Miltlf.h Oprrii, M I A M I. Kl;i. — rhiHtipiofi I>iivi> Ktannly won hi* i |ji-nifii[ Mi.-itr h In the Notional I'ub- Ii'.' Link.-) Touni.'iinorit. TENNIS DUf.tl.tN MimtTcn C'onnolly. IV. Him DI.-JMI. Ciillf., U. S. IHR| •Wiiii|i|r'|i'ti till'-hiildrr, lidvmuird lo the Ihlr-'l round of thu Irish Ch;mi- CHIl'AOO -- Ilnln delfiycd Dirk .S.-ivItt •< <jflmt In the Notional Clay f.'niirN Iniirrii'y as the second day's piny wiri <-iint-t lied. RACING NKW YOIiK — Sunshine Nell | iV/.oi-i t-jiptiiri'tj the Tradltioiial Iffindicfip nt Aqueduct. j '»••. \NI'.i||T N, J. _. Oriole! ($14.(!!» won thi; featured sixth! iMf ,il Moinnootli Park '• I'AVVTUCKKT. H, I. -.- Lonfi Bow' i$. f i .'.'.in noored his fourth consecn-l INCLLWOOI), Ciillir""— Hon.'-!-' ('$,1.110 won thi n iiin < vent at CHICACn -.. All'ii-s Pal (iH.Hf))' meed In victory in the Lockport Pmse nt Arlington Park. | nrc rnaklntt exports look the- so-cnllpd bns.-bnll "I'd rifjalri. 'Hip Ynnkpf-H ore loadinu American I.I.JIKUP. di'spiti- Th M.i-l.ited Pr-ss's prp-s...n.srm which i-lfiirly showed that TKN YKARS AGO - l.c'.ns C.irrtin.-ils c-dced York Giants, ,1-2. and n-ooklyn Do<l«eis,' lear The Negro Community •y Helen Yurnif Phone 7-4474 . Or bring Items to MIM turn •t Hlckt Funeral Morrl* The St the New cut the' t() 71,' tl-p As- poll tho >ailk<H's' propl'l- niche WiK pliinr hehlnd tho Clweland [ndiiinx Tbc.t uoulrl be vlllnlny i-nnuKh. hut. tin' Nt;w Ynrkcrs me i:i)nip>mmlinii 11,1 -Ir ci'iiiif by winning ron.sistfiitly it \ vl V, 1 ! 1 .," • Sliir <>f u "' ""''«• Iu " h -li- DIMiiKaio inasnittido. This Inck IMMH-; as the Cineirmati r.ip|)ci.l the Dodgers. 2-1. TWKNTY YKAR.s' AGO _ Dill Dicki-y. Yankee cfitehrr. was fined; Sl.O(lf) ;md suspended until Ann •! tin an attack on Carl Reynolds j Washington Senator outfielder ,,ni July ' ! Hope's Loglonnarres go back to Tcxiirkatia tonight ' Wednesday • for a game with the fted River "I'omics nt n o'clock. Kdsil Nix will pitch for the lot-ills. | Mr , c , ara and Jerry , W1Ui On rnlay m K ht the same tenms! f Grand R w Mich * are meet m Hope PUcher for thej, thelr £ m j Mr .' ftnd lo<Mls I-nday night will be Dnnzi Lonnie Williams and relatives Stevens, who hurled Hope to lory aeninst Mineral Springs Friday. vic- last •I. <•[ » Kivat st;u- w;, s '-.Ictl *>y many of the ti'n :i | t!m n« the thvc spol !),<> reason writc-ra for tlinc Wurld |(nvc<l . t() . |r| thel,- .•icetistoijH'd fj,. H t plaee. There actunlly Is a bit of logic to the line e,( rensoning that thei •\nnkri-s would fail to win without! j' tojj-riiKht, standout performer like Hull, or DiMiiKKio. The roc-1 ords show that the New York | on for American LeaRiie entry was sorno-, HMO-f,) thing less than a menace to first ., . . „ i About that time Habc Ruth came O-fiirloiiK nllownnt-r.; to tho Yankees and they won " L Hollywood Park. ! penmmts in ol K hl years from 1W through 192fi. Tho Babe and his .... ---I j eclipsed b.v the Phllnrlflnlii.-i Aiv.i., t j cs [()r | time, but raine „„ :11 , nill ,,, wio j ••'II i" .HI32. Tl-,at was , {ulh -,! last winning effort, however aridi the once proud Ne w York tea m j taileil to win against until IJiMji;,-' «!<• arrived on the scene in i'r.ifi " I .Sparked by the .loiter, the Yanks' ripped off four pennants in a row, i r.iissed by a whisker in igmj and' then came for three more in succession. They floundered throu-h the latter part of the war year* won in lfM7, missed out j n another close linish in I!H8 and tben came three more pennants in as DiMajsgio closed out his career. So. it was reasoned, if the Yankees faded in Ruth's declining years. New Orleans vs. Southern All-Stars Mrs. Persie Turner and Helen Turner left Wednesda; Pittsburgh, Pa., to visit I Mrs. Cleothus Walker and lai They will also visit in Flint, and Washington. D. C. Mr. and Mrs. William Jam! have returned to their homej Los Angeles, after spending eral cloys with relatives a/id ends. Accompanying them were Mrs. Eliza Jamison, Mis) Jewel M. and Hosezctta Jarnl. 1 ! They will make their home t> N0 DEAR VJHATS IT ABOUT? 4O-HO"VOU'LL HAVE ,, , TO READ IT, vou'VsexF,) ("PH/MLV? 1^ && I !| " ^'/-'-vtr^V^H^ 1 - Night Life Answer to Previous Puizle By The Associated Press The Southern Association — usually a dignified baseball confederation —- has narrowly avoid-1 i-d the- einbarra.'i.sment of having its creath-of-the-crup learn, Nu\,- cd at Oak Grove Baptist Chul Orleans, in third place > . - !„ they do tho same without 10? Apparently the anssVir us Casey Stengel's young men thus far have shown but disrespect for the e.x- opinion. Boiilhiirn Aimoclntlon VV New Orleans Til/ Mobile SO ('li;ill.iiinm:a ,|7 All.uilii .)•; Nashville ,|| bo'ioio, 1911, l,y Filth lUIJwIn by Kln« f.thit.9 .sylulli Last Nluhl'.-i Hrsol!:( | Ni-w Hi leiins !'i. Alliinlii -I Wanted ONE ifxiiorlonct'd waltrnti. Good Salary, See MM. Carroll, morul Packing Firm ot Helena Organized UTM.K ROCK I* - Ariu-los of Uin \wi-u filed wiil> iiu- of niiitti's iifflco NnshvilU- All-,Sliir.s lit New tJrleann Cotton Stnteu Lciigue W L Merdlan -17 lit) Nalvlii!/ -in ;t:t Monroe .|i ;ji', Pine Uliiff :i!l ;tH I-'I Doriiiln :ill -HI Hot SuriniiK :tl) -Id Ur,-eiiville LHI ,1(1 l.fist Night's Itrsult.s Pine Hluii ,'-, Hiit Snrinys '2 Monroe II, Kl Dorado 0 (livelihood Kl, (!i, Pet .lilt) .iiHl*' .r,:ia i .51!)! . 5(1(1 ! .4117 i .;t!),l' ,:«!7 SYNOPSIS ruu\ Lennox, nnnd«om» jrounc Mitor of « fUDlilunablrf Now Vor* churchTiuid onv* Marshall. bunlneM Klrl. »r« itly in love. Alont with Him m r loriiKhi. Conmt nop«» tie will H... out n? doe» nou ttiat.ua. r>« ncr o( nu quarrel with nu pa- lrt.tiri». wealthy, cuustlo Agnthii »tur- cliimin of tits rcfujai to accept h*r con- t itnni.in to hi. olinrcti fund, ol tier llu.'ai to cunav ntni trouble. Reachmi! {mini- [iMPly (llsnppointta. Conm. nnds lu-r friend RI..IB ilr-«pn.rtn«. ominc ret ryr I cinr Di-ruila. Ihu frlvoloiia butband «li« hnil IOIIK ago illvorccd. Connid ji-'-kM nnd (incJd Dnnnis. plenclt with him to sro his (onner wife onfc more I-'H riir|.(.o« to ilo no. Returning from a 'llnn.'t dnte win, (,1m. Kl*i« ,o«n" ynreJ NUlrcly ol her noatnwc yearn. IIIK. Tinnhftil for her now found pono* of mini!. »ho i|oi,nt«» gcncroualy to Pus- tor l.nimox « church fund. Contrition ',",',',""'l,! 0 M' :nlhn M " r<1 "l»"n. Sh» m»KM up with the iv<*ior Kiid »toni«ii for npr o hy mklnn wixpy Krnllv Mifr- pnld r»n\pnnlnn whom ulic 1 ' 6 " yearai °" IN ft v i vim j i ui HilHl; S UI I It C Vt'MOt'*- ** ' *' ' '' v ll Ciuy for tin- Cnrroll Piu-UliiK iincl! Nall ' lu ''> "« Meridian tl niolrlumlliH On., Inc., of Wi-dl Tonif;IU\s (illnies Aulluu'l/.od cnpltnt wn« llsu-d MS $190,000. liu'iH'imi'iitors won' Hyrtui T. Cllim Diamond Cnfo will a,- ,iv«tl »t«ttdy t , pwduy, plus tlt»K. St}0 Mrs, Co null, . wuli- 7-Ot Found truck Urn ou , Ow»»r mny h»vi« by nuy >u ad. Karl 1 Iowat'tl M. , imd A, K, Legal Notice LEQAl. NOTICE No. 741 1 IN Tl IK 'CM ANCKH Y COURT OK HKMP8TKAO COUNTY, ARKANSAS JAMKSA, PAHKKU IM-AINTII-'K VS. MATT1K ADKULA PAHIvlII? DKFENPANT WARNING ORDER The iK-fc'iulwit. Mulllc Ailolld Pnrkor, In Wiirncul lo »|i|)ii;ii- In ihts Court within thirly days ami J nines A. k|(imt)lnlnl of tin- I'liiimiff, IMW. i my hand and tho seal of court this tlth clay of Julv Oiuoru Kvaiis Clork John I,. Wilson. Atuirnoy Ail l.ltciu July si. iii, aa, 30 (il'v'i'HWOlul ill Ort'tMlVillO jit Meridlim Baseball By Thu As^oclntcd Press Pnclflc Coast LcaQue id 7 SacraiuiMitci 1 Sun Ktaiiclxcu ;l S;ni Dioyn ^ l,os AnKi'lo:; l> Si'iUtlu 3 l>uly r.Knics Nchrdulv'd, lntcn\,itlon,il Lengue Uni'lii'stcr .'i lluil';ilit -I, U! iiuilnjis K.vriu'usc -I Sjn l tii);iK'li| 1, 11 innin;;s I'm unto •! Otiuwii ^ Mdiitrciil ,st H.iltininri', po.sliuiiicd, Anicrlcait Kittisa.s L'll.v •! l l.cui.svtllt- St. 1'iiul '• Ii Milu.iukr.c U ChiirK'slon 1 Legal Notice ( '; 3l i Nti, 7iIO In i)u' Chnncory Com l of llomi>stt > ud Cousvly, Ark, IVtt* Monk i'lumtift vs, M»ry Monk Dofondnnt WARNING ORDER Tho ^Defendant, Mnry Monk is Ui Qimviir In this court Texas CMiiluniiii t'ily 7-t> Dallas 0-1 Siuwoptirt 10 lU'iuniioiit 7 llou^tiiu i! San Anlunio 0 S°uthern Association Now Orlfiins ;'» Atl:ntt:i -I MoltiU- 1 Hinvuii};hiun tl Mi-ni|ihis (.'liiilliiiioojia 0 Nashvillo Tt 1.IUK 1 Kui-k U Fights Last Night Oy The Associated Press l.OS ANtif.l.KS - ilrrald l.abroi. I'.iii, liary, lint., uutnoiiitcil Carlos Chuvvt. Ulli 1 ^, l.os Anuvlcs. 10. MIAMI BKACI1. l-'la, - Davo Tiiooma, u.iii<i» ii.i.t"," i »"•«* niivi-y, aiK», im-uuu», omiminicii •SinlSn ,,i ^i » y " "n. .«'^'or th,- H ank 'lUHMnan, 8»M. M o ti « s t o. complntnv of (ho Plaintiff. I'OUM r-iiii ID ' MiktlK I 1|1 » ***« j \L SS my h,ml ana.tho .oa, oC ,.KK5 fiU ,J^",± said court (his tt day of July Oinera Evans, Clerk Denman & Denmnn, Att'y. for Plulntltr . S, AUttn». LUm , as. 50 Notkt NOTICE IOPERTY OWNERS IN IMPROVEMENT Uls- W tFAHt PABK ;,:: /"^ '* .'*T < *^te5 f ' r>- (m«r| M^ """'"I •* i»tU|» U' Tliurattti-y. NK.WAKK, N J. Kranklo no C'harlio Slaunlitor bout Murder Trial Is Begun at Paragould PARAGOUl.D. Ark. t*~- s lit Circuit Court hero »«> T«»e in Al«x«ndm, death of his PwKms. arrested U.st May. vs CtTAl'TCR ELEVEN : RARt.Y April. Ag-ntha Mur- and F.inlly returned from tliPlr trip nnd Puttl went to sec tliom. Ho wna totally unprepared for the alterations lie found. In the first place, Agathn Imd lost considerable weight, which left her "look- IIIR somewhat lllte n bloodhound, but Kmlly had Rained. In the see- nml, ARiiUm was astonlahlngly subdued whllo Emily trod with n armor foot and upoko In an nuthorl- tutlvo voice, Ho snld, ovor tho teacups. "I had your posU-arda and was so sorry to lonrn that you'd been 111, Mrs, Murchlson. Vou RUVO me no ad- <lro9.M, so I couldn't write you. All 1 know was that you were remain- Ing In Rio and returning on a later boat." Kmlly'a small, n c w I y rounded fiico was oddly brown from the sun nnd salty wind, and sho had acquired a Jaunty animation. It Agatha was a bloodhound, Emily was n well-nourished chipmunk. Uotoro Agatha could open her mouth. Kmlly spoko. svith curious satisfaction. "It was terrible, Mr. Lennox, quite terrible. For n time I was really at my wits' end." "You tuuln't far to go, possibly an inch or two." Agatha remarked, but It seemed a carbon copy of her caustic commentary, and Paul was startled by her tone. In anyone else it might have been described as fond, "i know I should npt undertake tho trip. At our age. all those debilitating shots, considered medically necessary. Kmlly fiuirered very littla but I was a wreck when wo boarded the ship." "Sho w a s frightfully seasick," Kmlly reported complacently. "Of course we nad the new remedies but she was stubborn, she hates drugs, she couldn't take them. 1 (tUl, but only for a while, I wan Just tine, Mr. Lennox. 1 never nilsseil a meal." " 'American plan, eat all you can'," said Agatha, with a shudder. "Must you remind me of my humiliation, Kmlly?" She scowled darkly, and added, "I've always been a good sailor, at least I was twenty-five years ago," Kmlly said firmly, "You were tlr«<1, Agatha, all that running around for passports, all the arrangements." Paul composed his features. He could not recall that, In his hearing, Kmlly nad employed or Agatha permitted this familiarity. And now she added Importantly, m as Agatha emitted a faint anort, league. "It was fortunate that I did have my"—she colored modestly—"sea- legs, for 1 was able to take care ot her. And (hen she was no sooner over that than site had this f«*r* ful attack, shortly before we reached Rio, So w« disembarked and stayed. I simply would no* with « cUw hammer w 8. ZXSKBi low Kernck t9> QonAtei tFow flip though I couldn't understand a word he said. We engaged a nurse who spoke some English," Agatha continued, "but Emily t n a 1 s t ed upon staying with me, I think she was afraid I'd be poisoned or stabbed. But 1 made her go out every day and she seemed to encounter no obstacles." "Rveryone was so kind," Emily sold sedately. She leaned over to make a warning snatch nt the tea troy. "Not the little cakes," she warned, "Just thu, toa.st, Agatha, the dry toast!" Agatha shrugged. "This woman's turned Into a martinet. I can't call my soul my own, much less my digestive organs. 1 Intend to keep my gall bladder, 7've lived with It n long time, rofuao to bo parted from it now. So Tm on a diet." "She's quite bad," Emily complained to Paul; "I have to watch h'er like a hawk. Caught hor sneaking down to the Ice box last night. What Alymer could have, thought, 1 can't imagine." "He's not paid to 'think," said Agatha. Paul went away, delighted and amused. The tables had turned, as well as the worm, and Emily had come Into her own. Sho had found someone who needed her: under the knowledge she'd blossomed, an autumnal rose,' which had oven developed a long-dormant thorn or two. It was evident that she'd risen to the challenge and enjoyed to the fullest extent her new role of mothering, directing and soold- Ing. Materlly had come Into tn Emily nnd presented her with a large, querulous child, older than herselt. And, Paul reflected, Agatha was also, tf secretly, content with the veritable sea change. In all her life she had never before been dominated: at least, it was a new experience. When she regained tier h o a 11 h—and she might never tully regain it—the altered attitude would be suffclrnt- ly rooted to remain, in some measure anyway. Out of commonplace, unpleasant experiences arose the mastcrlul new Kmily. tho reasonably docile Agatha. It was probably that Agatha had never before been coddled, made the sole object of another's concern. To be needed was necessary for the heart's welfare as bread for the body's. Tho afternoon was soft and mild, sometimes dissolving into a fine mist. He looked at his watch. He had not seen Connie for n long time, except briefly Sunday mornings and once at Jon's. He knew that he deliberately avoided seelnp her alone; and felt that, as deliberately, she avoided him. It was best. Nothing was changed except that he suffered under a burden ot gratitude from which "he could not be released. But he walked down Madison Avenue, tuiTied, and walked to her house, ami stood there, uni'fnt.riiv The need to see her was like thirst. After a while he turned and went his way. Elsie saw him, she leaned from her taxi window and called but he did not hear her. She went on home and upstairs and found Connie there bjrfore her. "1 saw Paul." said Elsie. "He was standing in front of the house but 'before I could make him hear he'd gone off, in those seven- boots. Was bo coming or "Not going." said Connie star- Ued. "I've been in half an hour— he wasn't here." "Men!" said Elsie Insincerely. She had some time, ago met a man with whom she was at happy odds- He was tew years older, a bachelor, ' dA4 not wholly tpprove of her, She was (ailing la love posited herself. "1 suppose so," Elsie said casually, arid Connie smiled. She hoped that Mr. Merrlck appreciated Elsie. She thought he did. "What about yon?" "Grace and I are going to the movies." "Sounds drab . . . Connie, what's wrong with you?" "Nothing. Spring. I bought a new hat." She jumped up, retched it from its t>ox and perched it on her head. "Like It?" "Devastating . . . But you have a new hat." "If one will help over a slight depression, two should exhilarate me, something spectacular." "Seeing that you refuse two out of every three dates—you're crazy. In addition to being a client and a source of agency Income. Howard Young is eligible and attractive— 1 assume you bought your hats for church?" "It's customary to wear a hat In church," said Connie, "if you're a woman." Klslc sat clown, said, "I'm tired," nnd added, "what's with 'you and Paul anyway?" "Nothing." "ITavo you quarrcli-d ?" "No, Klsic." "I give up," said Elaie, "you mope around, you stay home, you worlc twice ns hard as we do, and you always worked hard. Snap out ot it. There are other men." "Name one. No, don't bother." "Want to talk about it? Vou nuvcr have, really." After a moment Connie said, "I'm in love with uim, ot course. At one time 1 thought he was, with me. Then 1 wasn't sure. Now I'm convinced he's not. The funny thing is, 1 don't know what happened. Oh, In a way I do. I couldn't RO along with him on a lot of things. 1 know that, 1 thought we could compromise. But he doesn't compromise. It's not in him." Elsie said, "I'm sorry, honey. But mnybe it's better . . . Vou wouldn't really like being a clergyman's wile, would you?" "His wile," said Connie. She brushed her hand across her eyes. "Don't get me started." Elsie thought harsh things of Paul but held her peace. She remarked, Instead, "He's a clergyman, Connie." Elsie vanished Into her bedroom. When she came out, Grace had returned. There was no opportunity for further conversation with Connie. Blale thought, waiting for Lynn Merriek to ring the doorbell, I haven't said anything about the FUUIen nibble, because it wasn't a ho n a tide offer. Grace Is out of the picture a n y w a y. For myself, whether or not anything Important happens to me, I'd Just as soon be through with the agency. I'm tired of it ... it's Connie I worry about. Perhaps it would be the best thing, all around. Anyway, she's going home, Easter, perhaps later things will be clearer, and there'll be something to say yes to, or no. Easter. In our latitudes. Is the earth's casting off of mourning garments, and the putting on of spring. In any latitude in which people are dedicated to the worship ot Christ the celebration ot His promise fulfilled is joyous. His is the path ot rebirth, and* regeneration, and of eternal reassurance. Paul speaking, from the pulpit to a throng ol worshipers, was quickened by the knowledge of this rapture. He despaired, because U could be indicated . . . After the sacrifice and agony, after the rend* Ing of flesh and spirit, the Resuiv rection. That there was. In the hearU who loved and followed the Mas- m third plucu on all-star d;py and having two lesser lights leading thu IfuKiic instead. By the thinVidlh of one run New Orleans is -.till in first place today - the day the Pelicans play the all-stars. II New Orleans had lost instead of winning 5-4 from Atlanta, then Atlanta and not New Orleans would bo leadiny the league. And, if the Chattanooga Lookouts had been other than rimless wonders against Memphis, then Chattanooga would be on top. Chattanooga was a punehies.s pack and lost 4-0. Before last night's games Atlanta nnd Chattanooga trailed New Orleans by a half game each. The new second place team is an old hand at the post — Mobile. The Bears, deposed only last week, won last night 1-0 from Birmingham to become runner up again. Nashville won the final game, f>-2. from Little Rock. A 3-run ninth, won lor the Vol.s and ended a (i-t;aiiK- losin;; streak. Three of tin- losses were to Little Rock. The Rev. Azell' Patterson pref iplist for the Rev. E. last Sunday Glover. The Rev. Patterson, ordained a few years ago and now pastor at Wheeling'Spring Rev. Glover preached at Paul Baptist Church, Emmet, S Sunday July 6. Commomoratj St. John's Day. On the third day in July the Holiness Clot Blevins ill worship with Grovo Baptist church. Top Radio Prograi NEW YORK Wl — Convcntl schedule: Tonight 7:30 third session, . Presses and balloting on Candida — all networks. I Thursday — 10:30 a. in. taj clay session, continuation of ing — all networks. Oh the air tonight: NBC — 7 What's My Lino; 7f| Croat Oildersleove; !! GroucvJ CBS — 7 Hearthstone Mysto: ( 3:30 Dr. Christian; I! Johriny r| With the kind ot lnr ABC — 7:lfi Valentino's Sor| 7:1)0 Postmark USA. MBS — 7 Music for Italf-IIoJ 7:30 Great Day Qui/.; (!:0fi Ou'< the Thunder. Science. DALLAS |' ; tc!iiii!! the Indians got in the- 'JVxas Leai;iie last night Oklahoma City euuld have knocked over the Kugles with a foather. Instead, tho Indians chose tho bludgeon. The Eagles were rat-kins and reeling before one and five-hit pitching in their two games at Oklahoma City and at the same time bung smacked silly with 25 hits on the Indians part. Oklahoma City won both 7-0 and 9-1. Dallas, despite losing two, drop- lied only a half game off its big kad as second place Beaumont fell before Shreveport 10-7 in a t.lugfust. Ft. Worth was blanked 2-0 in its first game with Tulsa and lost the second tile 7-2. Houston, ending a 9-gaine losing skein, beat San Antonio 2-1. Jim Atehley missed a perfect m,-hitter in Oklahoma City's seven- inning victory. Bobby Bundy of Dallas singled in the second to be come tho only Eagle base runner. Atchley walked none, had perfect srpport afield and fanned one. Kourteen-game winner Hal Er- iekson was victim as Oklahoma City blasted H hits in the nightcap. Frank Kellert mixed a grr.nd slam homer in with a li-run spree for Oklahoma City in the seventh inning. That routed Erickson. Tulsa mustered only three hits in the first game but Niles Jordan's S-hitter against Ft. Worth was the most effective pitching. An unearned run and Earl York's homer were the only scores. hi the nightcap Tulsa tapped out Thursday: NBC 9 a. m. 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