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H OH S.f.A *., . H Oft, A ILK A N S AS FURNITURE ME 1 WALNUT r • « H«~ *- iScwinf Coune of new twis •; While you wait IftC & SUPPLY ANY. ERWORK itrlrto,—- Dirt, Movlnn nd'Digging. CalT MATTRISSIS UrMadtJntpInn SI*> Work OiformttM OM Day ServlM DAVIS Pho«« I WESTERN SHfRCS M.S. BATES '". ""*" SERVICE £Oone anywhere. Call us. '- Car, Truck, ' li ;\ r »; T 5*fJ or . re « alri - t ' .. KrW«'«re «•'"Mr_a?.y?!y Phone" r^TWW •! V •• Ii«-pl M0 TWMI 15 ^ .DIAL 7-2/67, IRRY*S •rmite ^Control Co. I, ft,'.' t *.!</. -5 V-VWV!* >r • « •BONDED •INSURED • GUARANTEED ^ y^i M]4^ff4MftdF^Af WT ***• * ^ t.<, ^ ft f For Free Inspection , I A. D. Midilebrodct Jr. Phorjes- 7-2022- or 7-379 1 mm-'<£lUteS' ^ T ^ m , _ TAItORMADE EAT COVERS iostic Seat Covers $32.50 T'Fqr ^ost Cars * / •ftjv\ ! , ff & Salvage Co. «9» SM S»rv*» 7 DAYS A WEEK ope Star BiW'* *« ff \ CLASSIFIED Adi Mutt Be in office Day tetere f»ubfle«ttori WANT ' All Wont A<h e« peyabto IB ddvahc* but inch will b« accepted 6vet the telephone arid accdmoda- tlort ftciburlts allowed with the uh^ derrtondlng Hie account Is payabli When WoWment If rendered. Number Of Wofdf Up to 15 14 to 20 ?l to 23 26 to 30 II t6 35 34 h) 40 ;; i. 8 Drie Day .43 .60 ft 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Doyi .90 1.20 1.50 T.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.60; Six On* Bays Mdnrti 1.50 4.50 2.00 2.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 . 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 S.OO . 15,00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 tlmt 75c per Inch 3 firttei oOc per Inch t time* SOe per Inch Rate! tfustcd obove • are • for con- •eOitlV*' insertions. Irregular or Jklp- date aat will take the; one-day rat*. All daily <cldss!f/ed Advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the followlno day. Th« publisher! reserve the right to revlM or edit all advertisements 'offered' for publication and to reject any-, objtctlonabl* advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures euch as house or teleohon* numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible „ for errors In Want Ads unlesi errors ore called to pur attention offer FIRST' Insertion of ad and then tor ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Ha- -zel.. . Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HER^DON-CORNELITJS Funetal " Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5509. - 23-1 Mo. For Rent UNFURNISHED, newly decorated, six room house. Garage. Gar- 'den. 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf room ! unfurnished apartment, private bath, reasonable •rent.--1311 West Avenue B.- Phone 7-3696. 18-tf TO COUPLE, t nicely furnished 2 room and bath cottage apart* ment. Electric Refrigerator. 917 W. 6th phone 74345 28-3t Nicely r furnished house., 4 rooms and bath, Large yard and garden space. Located on 'Old Highway 67 East. Phone 7-3735..\V,,; 28-3t DESIRABLE 3 room apartment • .furnished and bills paid. 204 Bon- -'fier.,' " ' " ' '''."''.'•'•• '"•'• '•' 28-3t -\with privet* bath$;.Newly decorated.- Electric '^refrigerator, 203 East Ave. C. 29-3t UNFURNISHED apartment, upstairs. Closerin. Available May • 1st. Phone 7-3329. 29-31 FURNISHED.: 2 bedroom ment. Convenient to town. Phone 7-33291 /'• ; , 29-3t Real Estate for Sale SELL — We Buy — We Rent Real Estate. Franklin Company, 106 South Main. , • 5-1 Mp. BEAUTIFUL j.2 bedroom home at 529 Peach Street in Beverly Hills, owne£ leaving city. Buy his equity assume'-monthly payments. , Let me show this to you. Call P.h9ne.7-3J.75, ,'. . *28-6t There has been no major epidemic in the United States since the influenza outbreak in ,1918-19,. We Are Dealers of Dura Craft Aluminum Boats Mhoon's Jewelry Store TAKE HOME HICKORY SMOKED BAR-B-Q BURT'S ,Rear of A*P Stqro • Desk pans • Westlnghouse Alrpondltloner • Window Fans '• Attic Fans /ohnion I Rettig Electric Co. 319 \y, 3nd Ph. 7-8156 H. «. Lupk . Hlghwuy 91 Watt LUCK'S VHP FURNITURE CO. *«§« »f 9|ty Mmltf WMt H Otllon W«t»r i^rrtto f»r Phpnt 74W1 Hop*, Ark. •(TV For All Mokei and Refrigfratlpft Service APPLIANCI REPAIR 210 £. 3rd 7-28Q9 BEE-T-MITE Tcrmilt Service GUYGRIGG " J|P'™*" PWffy, , 101 Soyrt Mw it, fh«iil 7^445 tr 74771 Political The Star Is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary election*: for Mayer , B. L. RETTIG For Solo SAND, Gravel, topsofJ, fill dirt. Phone 7-43921 A. L. Park. • April 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. Danny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. April 15-1 Mo. FERTILIZER, ammonia, and nitrate soda. Cheap for cash. J. W. Strickland. April 21-1 Mo. SPINET PIANO BARGAIN— .Responsible' local party can save large sum on lovely Spinet, 444.00 will handle and then low monthly payments. Write before we send truck—CREDIT MANAGER.JOP- LIN PIANO • COMPANY, 312 MAIN, JOPLIN. MISSOURI. STATE CERTIFIED potato plants for sale. Porto Rico, Bed Velvet, 'all gold and red gold. W. B. For- terfield McCagkill, Ark. 26-6t ICE' CREAM twelve delicious flavors, cups, cones, pints, gallons. Open 7 days and nights- to serve you. COLES DOUBLE DIP STORE 2nd and Walnut 28-61 SHERBET flavors, Lime, Orange, Pineapple, Grape. Cups, pints, gallons. COLES DOUBLE DIP STORE. 28-6t TWO BEDROOM home 1% block from Brookwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. ' 28-tf •DRINK .BOX stainless steel. 19 case capacity. Guaranteed. Price $280—Less than % original cost. Burl's BarBQ . . 28-lt TEAM WORK mares. Jack Simmons, 3 miles north Hope on Proving Ground Road. 28-31 Don't Wait. See these USED CAR BARGAINS NOW!. 19'49 CHEVROLET Light grey, radio and heater. This car has many d^O^C" good miles left T^ / / \ in it : ^ *•- ' *-* 1951 FORDOMATIC 4 Door sedan. Radio, heater, and seat covers. Runs and looks like new .'.' •> 1949 PLYMOUTH Special De Luxe 2 door sedan. A real good value for only i 1949 DODGE 4 door sedan. Another real value buy for only DON'T WAIT . . . COME IN NOW NUNN-McDOWELL MOTOR CO; Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer S. Walnut & E. 3rd • • . :;.' - - , 28-2t jui acuuiit $395 $350 FRO$T Trajler. for pale. A-l condition. Bodcaw. Ark. Joe Duke. 29-3t ONE FORD car. 1951 model, 4 door sedan. May be seeri at Fruit and Truck "Branch Experiment Station, Hope. Bids will be received through May 7. 1955. 29-3t HOTPOINT sink, dishwasher, and waste disposer combination used very little, also Frigidaire electric' range slightly used. Small tool house and a few cresoted fence post. First Baptist Church. See Perry Moses at York Furniture Co. 29-3t Notic. MOVINP? Long Distance Moving. All Moving R.ates are not the same. Call oo^eot 592 Prescott Transfer & Storage Inc.'Prescott Ark. Free Estimate. 4-1 Mo. Jess Morris for custom slaughtering and cold storage at Community Ice Co, Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo, Awnings Canvas Awnings and roetal awn ings; Manufacture Venetian blinds. .Renovatinf old blinds. Bug Cleaning. CpOPER-BkANKENSHIP Formerly Biley Cooper 1615 Tejcas AvP- Plj9n,e 38^641 Tex. April M4 Mo. ANP PSJ-iveny Busin€>» For Lcott 0»E Stl?iil SfiRVlGfi Station, 3rd and Laurel. Seasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. >..-.,< •;-! B-tf Wonted ONE experienced cook. Apply in person. Ideal Cafe 223 East Third st. 28-31 M) Boys to deliver heralds for "A MAN CALLED PfiTER," Corning to the Saenger Theater, May _8, fl, and 10. Contact Saenger Manager. 29-31 HOLDER WANTED Gray iron snap molder, floor molder, machine molder wanted at once. Steady work, top wages, paid vacation. Six paid' holidays, paid hospitalization and insurance. ARKANSAS FOUNDRY CO., Little . Rock, Ark. 29-21 Lost SMALL tan shaggy dog with collar. Answers to name Felix. Call Edna Ramsey, 7-2289. 27-3t Mole Help Wonted RELIABLE MAN - 'WANTED ; I will be in ; Hopfe/soon- to in- • J terview applicants for a .permanent and extremely i profitable connection; with':-a 'reliable' company.- operating. '••• nationally. Business experience not required,; as you will do.' no . selling. To .qualify " for this opening you must: 1. Reside in Hope or-near- 1 . . .by.: ; . t- • ,...,.:•... .••..-•. ; 2. Be honest and ambitious. -.. 3. Supply good references. 4. Be prepared :to act immediately. ' 5. Have at least $1,250.00 to $2,650.00 . working capital: to start- wKh. 6. Be in- good health, although your age is not important. If you can qualify' on all of the above six points write at once giving address and phon'e number to : . ' • 'Divisional. .Manager Post Office Box 57 Oklahom'a City, .Oklahoma 25-3t HelpWonttd Heaft Shows Detroit What HeCarfDo RAWLEIGH .DEALER ;wanted at once in _S. .HfempSte'ad Co. . or Hope. Good opportunity.-See Corwin Crow, Rt; • 1, 'Box 30, Nashville, Ark. or : write'tod ay, Raw, leigh's. Dept. AKb-641-105, Mem; phis, Tenn. ' , , 29-lt •A- MATTRESS r«»vatlon '«ad •prlnf work- Cobb ilam«w Co. »i« South WMbtafton. PboM f -MO. MM. «•« RALPH MoAtgom«ry Market. Cui- .tona alaughtering. PhoM'-7-S3«l. MM Mo. CONVALESCEIJT AND Nursing Hospital. Reasonable monthly rates. Quiet Neighborhood. Cat ering to Aged and Convalescent Patients. For information contact Quachita Cotirity 'Hospital, Camden, Arkansas. Phone Temple 69325. •••'., April 1-1 Mo. WATER WELL Drilling any depth or size, O'. T.'Clark and Son C. R. Clark,. Cale,,.Ark., 203 East Ave. B. Hope, Ark. April 18-1 Mo. SEE Jess Morris • for custom ' slaughtering -and cold storage . at ; Community''Ice. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 2?-l Mo. The United States: exported 3Q4,- 645 tens of cotton'seed oil in 1954 compared to a prewar annual average of 3,347 tons. Cotton States Roc No-Hitter By The Associated Press The first "no-hit game of the 1955 Cotton. States. League baseball season is on the books with the season less than, a week old. Monroe's Bill Dietrich Jr., son of the former .Chicago White Sox pitcher, threw the no-hitter at Greenville last 'night, but it wasn't a scoreless game. Wildness cost him two runs as Monroe whipped the Bucks 5-2. In other games Pine Bluff downed Vicksburg 11-6 and El Dorado trimmed Hot Springs 5-3. Hot Springs, El .Dorado.. and Monroe now share- first place, each with two victories and one loss. Dietrich walked nifie, hit • three batsmen .and threw two wild pitches. He struck out eight. Monroe scored the winning runs in the first inning when Russell Gilbert socked a double with the bases loaded, scoring all three runners. Pine Bluff's Judges are a running team. The Judges stole five bases in their 11-6 triumph over Vicksburg arid ran circles" around the Billies on a couple of occasions, JA.PK TO iTAY . HATTISSBWRG,/ Kis.sr.-x. W*> 4- Harold Stanley is back in jail today. • Police reported, .Stanley, whose 12-month road gang sentence had been suspendel two days ago, had been slipping out <?/ j^il at night, committing burglaries, and then quietly reertterinfi hi? cell. fe^'cgs-infefW JJoyds pj LojBdp*' stifle* wift a gathering of merchants in a coffe« house of London in the tim.f of By ED WILKS Of The Associated Press Billy Hoeft, a k-fty who has lost twice as many as he's won for Detroit in the past, told Manager Bucky Harris this spring that this is the season he becomes a winner. "Show me," said- Harris. So far, the kid's -been showing him plenty. And 'since he started winning, the Tigers have been unbeatable, riding a five-game winning streak to within half a game of the American League lead. It was Hoeft, a 22-year-old with three major league seasons behind him, who. started the streak, shutting out the defending champion Cleveland Indians 3-0 on three hits last Saturday. And it was Hoeft again last night as the Tigers won No. 5, beating the Washington Senators 4-1. Hoeft whittled his earned run average down to 0.95, with Washington's lone tally unearned. He walked only one and struck out six. Except for some shabby fielding and wild pitching by the Kansas City athletics last night, the Tigers would be in first place today with Cleveland instesd of sharing second with the Indians. The A's failures allowed the New York Yankees an 114 triumph and with it the Bombers jumped back into the lead. Chicago's White Sox tumbled out of first in a day game, losing to Boston and Ivan Delock, who spun a three-hitter for a 3-1 victory. Cleveland and Baltimore were idle. In the National, Brooklyn opened up a four-game spread over second place Milwaukee, coming from behind to. beat the Chicago Cubs 4-1. The Braves were beaten by Willie Jones', homer in the ninth last night at Philadelphia 3-2. Cincinnati broke up a six-game losing streak 3-2 at Pittsburgh under the lights and New...York's Giants beat St. Louis 6-4 at the Polo Grounds. The Yanks tagged five Kansas City pitchers for 13 hits — includ ing a two-run homer by Mickey Mantle—but ran three runs across in the sixth without a single safe r ty. Two hit batsmen, three walks and an error that prevented the third out accounted for the gifts. Pelock, a 25-year-old righhano> er, didn't give the White Sox anyj- thing more potent than a single, but Chicago paired two of them with a walk to sp'oil his shutout in the seventh. Ivan had them hit less to that point. : Brooklyn was handcuffed by thte Cubs' Bob Rush until the seventh. Then Ithe Dodgers scored four — three T>n Carl Furillo's seventh home run—to overcome a 2-0 Chicago lead provided by Rush's home run in the fifth. Clem Labine was the winner. Philadelphia also had a tough time getting hits until late in the game. Gran Hamner led off the eighth with a double, only the third hits allowed.by .Lew Burdette, and scored, on a fly to tie it at 2-2, setting up Jones' winning blow in .the ninth. Robin Roberts was the Winner. The Cardinals, idle all week, : blew a three-run lead in the fourth when the New Yorkers scored four times and the Redbirds committed three of their four errors. Tnat wiped out the benefit of Stan Musial's two-run homer and sent Harvey Haddix to his first defeat. Jim Hearn won his third. W. 8. C. S. Has Study W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church met on Monday afternoon at the Church for the final session of the mission study on "Jesus Teachings Concerning Women" with Mrs. J. B. Hesterly in charge. The meeting was opened with the theme song "Are You Listening?" Mrs. L. G. Gatlin and Mrs. Hesterly conducted the study. • The meeting adjourned with sentence prayer. Mhs. Turney Hostess to W. M. U. Circle 1 Mrs. R. L. Turney was hostess to Circle t of the W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church at her home on (Monday afternoon with 9 members present. The meeting was called to order with prayer by Miss Lillie Butcher followed by the business conducted tiy the chairman, Mrs. Buddy Sarrett at which lime various reports were given. Mrs. A. R. Underwood led the study on "All the World in the Word" with each member taking part, Mrs. J. T. McRae offered the closing prayer. Cake and coffee Were enjoyed during the social hour. Leaders in the Major Leagues By United Press NATIONAL LEAGUE Leading -Batters (Based on 40 official at bats G AB R H Pet. Mueller, N. Y. 13 52 10 21 .404 Repulski, St. L. 11 52 8 20 .365 Moon, St.L. 11 54 7 20 .370 Schoendienst, St. Louis 11 46 10 17 .370 Hamner, Phil. }4 53 G 19 .85 AMERICAN LEAGUE Kaline, Detroit 13 50 14 2 .460 Skowron, N.Y. 13 51 14 2 ,451 Throneberry, 14 51 14 21 .412 13 52 1 21 .404 Boston Power, .K. C. Carrasquel, Chicago 12 49 17 ' 18 .367 Home Runs — Furillo, Dodgers 7; Kluszewski, Redlegs 5; Nieman, White Sox 5; Kaline. Tigers 5. . (12 tied for fifth, with 4). Runs Batted In — Thomson, Braves 20; Furillo, , Dodgers 19; Snider, Dodgers 18; Skowron, an- kees 18; Trhoneberry, Red ox, 16. Runs W Bruton, Braves, 17; Car rasquel, White Sox, 17; Mantle, Yankees, 16; Bauer, Yankees, ,15; Kaline, Tigers, 14; Skowron, Yankees, 14; Throneberry, Red Sox, 14; FurilK Dodgers, 14. Hits— Skowron, Yankees, 23; Kaline, Tigers, 23; Throneberry, Red Sox, 21; Power, Athletics, 21; Muller, Giants, 21; Furillo, Dodgers, 21. Pitching — Lemon, Indians, 4-0; Turley, Yankees, 3-0 ;Nixon, Red Spx, -Q; Hearn, Giants, 3-0; Erskine, Dodgers -0. Smith Runs Into Some TfiHtWer ; K PINEHURST. N. C. UP) —Dave Smith, whose fine play in the North and South Amateur Golf Tourna- this week has been .a revelation, met another "tiger" today in the J8-hole semifinals, 20-year-oJtf Pon Kisplinghoff, of Orlando, Fla. Tljie winner will move into the linajij tomorrow against ifo $T*h e mate" between Pill 't.h« Walker Cup playpr 'rom Hutington, W. Va. and Ed Gravely, 34-year-old tobacco map NI C* „_ , PRESCOTT NEWS New York Cleveland Detroit Chicago Boston Kansas City Washington Baltimore Wesleyan Guild Meets for Mission Study Mrs. Foy -Box, Miss Lila Grimes, Miss Alice Grimes and Mrs. Juanita Taylor were hostesses to the Wesleyan Guild Mission'"Study Monday evening' • in .'the Educational building ol the First Methodist Church. Mrs. -H-. H. McKenzie presented an entertaining skit on "Four Mary's." Others taking part were Mrs'.'Joe Grain, Mrs. J. T. Worthington, Mrs. E. Adam, Mrs. W. D. Golden and Mrs. B. A. Warren with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Kenneth Ledbetter. Discussions fr.om the study book were given by Mrs. Box on "Wives and Mothers," "The Compassion of Jesus" by Mrs. Taylor.and. "Mary and Martha", by Miss Lila Grimes. Punch and Cookies were served by the hostesses to 18 members. W. M. U. Circle 2 Eintertalned by Mrs. Matthews Circle 2 of the W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church was entertained' on Monday afternoon by Mrs. Nona Matthews at her home. Mrs. Julius Adams, chairman, presided and Mrs. ; J. M. Ingram offered the opening prayer. The study on "All the World' was conducted by Mrs. Harrell Hines. Mrs. Fred White closed the meeting with prayer. .The hostess served cookies and drinks to ; 11 .members and a visitor, Mrs. V. I. Wortham of Gurdon. Mrs. J. W. Gist is spending the week in Houston, Texas with her brother, Warner Citty and family. Mrs. Ernest Cox spent last week in Columbus and Greenville, Miss, with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Archer, Susie and Evelyn of El Dorado, Mrs. Ed Purcell and daughters of Benton and Mr. and Mrs. John Terrell of Fairview, New Mexico have been guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hale. Mrs. Fadj'o Cravens, Tommy and Chad of Fort Smith are the guests of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Tom Berois; Mr. 'and Mrs. B. A. DeLamar and son have returned from' a visit with Mr. and Mrs. • P. D. Whitaker in Corpus phrjsti' and with Mr. and Mrs. Van Nog. Culpepper in Me Allen, .Texas. Mr. and Mrs. John Gann of England were the weekend guests of Mrs, Julia Gann and Mrs. J. C, Woodul and were accompanied home by Miss Ann' McSwain. Mrs.. Clarke White, has returned from a three weeks visit with her daughter,-. Mrs. O. B. C.annon Jr. and family an Hobbs, New Mexico. Real TV Fight Comes Next Fall By WAYNE OLIVER NE ORK W—If you think TV networks have been battling this season, you haven't seen anything yet. Just wait until next fall. In 1 their fight for audiences, they're planning Wholesale schedule changes and new programs that wilj require', the viewer who tunes,by ,h,abit to rnernojizd again. There' also will be notable casualties in the ra?e for ratings, among them NBC-TV's Mr. Peepers and the Hay Milland Show on CBS,, dug lo bow off in a few weeks. Peepers was dropped once befo'r^ and restored to the air when numerous fans protested but as of now It's scheduled to go. . In the- upcoming battle, CBS will toss some 90-minute spectaculars of its own against ,NBC, which started .ttiprn this .'season, and t^BC Will step up Us ewn output. NBC wUl have @t least one added starter month, a Sunday afternoon dramatic spectacle to be produced by Jtfaurice Evans. CBS* •plans s.jtill arf somewhat nebulous |»ut the network is dickering with tso<jl Coward an^d Mary Martin to participate .in'a project. • On Saturday night, NPC is expected to pit a new one-hpur perry PO/IJO ?$w >|a.iil5t CBS' Jackie Qleason. ABC, *liich fam» up fast this AMERICAN LEAGUE won Lost Pct.GB 9 5 .643 8 5 .615 y 2 5 .615 V 2 .583 1 8 6 .571 1 5 8 .417 3>/ 2 5 8 .417 3% . 3 11 .214 U 7 5 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Boston 3, Chicago 1 Detroit 4, Washington 1 New York 11, Kansas City 4 (Only games scheduled) TODAY'S GAMES Boston at Chicago New York at Kansas City (night Washington at Detroit Baltimore at Cleveland (night) NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet: GB • Brooklyn 13 2 .867 Milwaukee 8 ' 5 .615 4 ' St. Louis 65 .545 5 • Philadelphia 7 6 .538 5 . Chicago 7 7 .500 5'/ 2 New York 6 7 .462 6 Cincinnati 3 11 .214 9'/ 2 Yesterday's Results :. New York 6, St. Louis 4 Brooklyn 4, Chicago 2 Philadelphia 3, Milwaukee 2 Cincinnati 3, Pittsburgh 2 Today's Games Chicago at Brooklyn (night) 'St. Louis at New York (night Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N) Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (night). Memphis New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga Mobile Nashville Little Rock <W L Pet. gb 12 6 .667 11 6 .647 V 2 10 8 .556 2 10 8 .556 2 9 10 .474 '3>/i 7 9 .484' 4 8 11 .421 >4'/o 4 13 .25 '7'/ 2 Yesterday's- Results New Orleans 11, Little Rock 6 Nashville 11, Atlanta 1 Memphis 6, Mobile 3 Chattanooga 6, Birmingham-5 Today's Games . Birmingham at Little ; Rock-• (N) Atlanta at Memphis N :. Chattanoga at Mobile (N) New Orleans at Nashville (N) : COTTON STATES Monroe El Dorado Hot Springs Gireenville Pine Bluff Vicksburg W L Pet. GB 2 1 .667 2 1 .667 2 1 .667 1 1 .500 12 .333 1 2 .000 ' l'/j Yesterday's Results El Dorado 5, Hot Springs 3 Monroe 5, Greenville 2 Pine Bluff 11, Vicksburg 6 Today's Games ., Hot Springs at El Dorado (night) Vicksburg at Pine Bluff nighl Monroe at Greenville (njight) By The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Denver 3; Indianapolis 1 Minneapolis 7; Toledo 2 Charleston '. 3;, St. Paul 2 Only games scheduled. TEXAS LEAGUE Fort Worth 3; Dallas 2 Shreveport 6; Houston 4 Tulsa 5; Oklahoma City 4 San Antonio 3; Beaumont 1 WESTERN LEAGUE Sioux City 6; Colorado Springs 4 Hueblo 3; Des Moiries 2 Lincoln 9; Wichita • - ' • : Tin Tin, is taking over the Wednesday night boxing bouts now telecast on CBS, starting in . Jun?. CBS- will take over the alternate week Theater Guild,. 1 .dramatic show on 'ABC. Du Mont, for its part ,is curtailing its live network transmissions to switch to distribution of its shows on film, except for sports events and major special events. Nashville Team Victim of , j Hope 13 to 7 Yesterday at Nashville, the League Stars out slugged the Nash ville High School baseballers 13 to 7. Nashville picked up four runs in the first and dne in each of the final three innings. Hope tallied three in the first. Paul Huddleston led off with a base on balls.- Jerry Fant followed with a single to right and scored on Wayne Johnson's double. Johnson then scored on Ralph Wiggin's double. Charles Gilbert walked and Wiggins scored when the shortstojg errored on Ken Jones grounder. Hope scored three again in the second. Johnny Webb' led off with a double to left center and scored on Autry Hatfield's single down the line. Huddleston singled .Hatfield to third and both scored on Wayne Johnson's second double. Hope went scoreless for two innings until the fifth. Ken Jones led off with a single, Phil Jones walked, Huddleston- walked and Jerry Fant singleiF home two runs. Fant stole second and both runners scored on Johnson's single. / In the final inning, Johnson singled for his fourth hit, Wiggins singled Johnson to third, Wiggins stole second and both runners scored on ; Ken Jones single. Phil Jones then singled to score Ken. Lee Lane pitched very nice baseball.for his fifth win. He wen the route striking out ten. picked 'up 16 hits, including 6 doubles. Johnson with 4 for 5, Wiggins with 3 for 5 and Phil Jones with 2 for 3'led the hitting. Every member of the Hope team hit'safely Off of four Nashville pitchers. ARE OUR BUSINESS W« iptci«!ii» in •fftetivt turmitt e«r»M. If Urmi+ei r9 fh« pfobltm, w« h«yt «h» «ntwfr. Th«r»'$ no ckargt for in in»p»ction 10 c#l| en *ur long •ip«ritnc« now. ARKADELPHIA TERMITE CO. 1032 M«ir» Strtet Phone 1057 ARKAWLPHIA ARKANSAS WE SERVE' FORTUNES ICE CREAM THIS IS THC HIGHEST QUALITY f*f »fl4 i OMItAf t* f 9. WE FEEL SURE YOU WILL LIKE OUR DRINKS AND SERVICE 102 W.3M MAXWfLL HOUJI COFFIE WARPiSON **>.* OM, AH ft A ft I A I MAI* fltt I USED TO HAVE A DEADLY AIM WHEN I PLAYED BASKETBALL LET'S SEE IF I CAN STILL DO DAGWOOD, wia.vou PLEASE THROW THIS BUNDLE or '••.fc&$X2 OUT OUR WAY fe'^i«teiiir |o H,Hop.> ^i^|P' VOcJ <•H00> Answer -to Previous Puzzle HOW'S IT COME MOST Of ii£> \-f^ 'SEEMTOTUWE Hj IN BETTER OM XTT OTHER PEOPLE'S \J BUSINESS THAM WE DOOM OUR OWN/ HOLLER "OH, JOE'AMP WATCH HOP.' MSU KMOW THBPTS \X Mostly Music HOP HAKJKIM .' OH,HOFf, COME HERE IMTH' PLACE SEEMS TO HEAR BETTER THAMTH'6(jy YOU VELL VOUR HEAD OFF FOR.? ACROSS 1 Sht's "sweet 1 Sacred Image at applt cider" 2 Dickens' 4 "Shake, Rattle heroine !.,. and " i I Percussion ' instrument !2,One of the j DiMaggios »3 Notion ' 14 Medieval 3 Improvement 4 Mature 5 Scent 6 Inferior 7 Lett money 8 Apothecaries' weights 9 Ecclesiastical court IQShoshonean Indians 11 Disorder 25 Eye part 26 Prove false 27 Kept up 28 Region 29 Minus 31 Moves sideways 33 Of the nose 41 Fundamental 42 Pierce with a weapon •43.Italian river 44 Belfry dwellers ' 46 Volcano in Sicily. , 47 Cipher 48 Pitcher ... 50 Encountered instruhi,en't r. IS Mineral rock 'If Marks a later '.';'««««'•••' ', 18 Square dance 1.7 Temper 21) Gather }/•»" together j:3l).Put on- 1.2J? Sea eagles WASH rum 19 Dried coconut 38 Chemical' 23 Grades compound WE'D BEEN :MOVED OUT 0' EARSHOT -AFTER WE RBTIREl 'W WAS TH& ANCHOR! TER " ,. ,.. i ABSURD! WO \ NIGHT I'WMCSt) ANt> FJLT THB ' T OUR. DOOR WX* ONE WOULPEKIU.V SHIP INTO NY STATUE .. HIPE A BOX1 BE5IPE5. SOUWP CARWE$ PAR. AT NIGHL. 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BOUNPARIE5 LIKE TH15.' INTO LEM AM' ( IT T. M. R«g. U, 9. PM Off. 1955 by ME* S«rtlM,-1nt. then, next question? Any bad habits? Smoke .', cJrink-7-garnbIe— use coffee?" SfDI GLANCES >;'She's having filet rnighpn—will you pass my hat 'around, please?" SWKTIE PIE By IT WOULDN'T BE A FAIR PIOMX ^. I'VE GOT A O-POUND AOVANTAC5E ON HJM TELL M TRUTH WOULD you FOR DO YOU •SUPPOSE YOU COULD KNOCK OUT BOBO OLSON t THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE SeW^? \/wW r CHI I 7 TW m • ' 7 ' JMH AANA AlONBANPl'gT CARE FOK SOME CORN 8EEF,MI?S, / MARKV WAYNE 7 WHEN/CELE-STE, "Oh, I know I'm going to piM thi» y«ar, Uachtr *aid ye*t«rday »h« couldn't tak* another of me!" T. M. Big. U. «. fa 9(1 Copr. 175$ 1>I HEA Strict. Int «|it till Tpg Hprn Simptpo' twrm on the shPwer--th« a bk* VM< n«vtr h«ard btftttt" , r-<^v . *,TVSV^,».. , r . ,.^ r ». , »,, r . . y,, ; Memphis Ties Into Chicks Tonight By The Associated Press Manager Jack Cassini and his Chicks welcome the Atlanta Cr adders to Memphis tonight and they are. a mite curious to see. what brand of baseball players are kicking around in the eastern section of the Southern Association Atlanta will be the first eastern team to play the Chicks and Cassini. says he is "sort of anxious to see what they can do in -comparison with our ball club. ; .'"It looks like the better ball clubs are concentrated in the eastern part of the league &nd we haven't-seen. them yet. We've been playing New Orleans, Little Rock and Mobile and they do not look like the best. These eastern clubA have been knocking each oth™ Cassini may or may noj; be cor- zect in his evaluation of which section of'the league boasts the better teams, but as of the present two western clubs — Cassini's Chicks and the New Orleans Pels — are running 1-2 in the standings. Memphis dumped Mobile 6-3 last night, New Orleans defeated Little 'Rock 11-6, Chattanooga edged Birmingham 6-5 and Nashville hunte bled/Atlanta 11-2. . ' Mobile got only. one earned rim off young Billy DuFour — a homer in the first by Dick Young. Du- Four steadied after a rocky first innihg and tamed the Bears on six :hits. , Deaths Around the Nation By The Associated Press W . BALTIMORE— Carl Adler, 55, former president of Wallach's Ind., men's clothing chaiij stores, with '11' branches, in Metropolitan New York City, 'who earlier 1 founded Roger Kent, Inc., a chain of men's clothing stores in New ork and ether cities, and nephew of the late Max Adler, Chicago philanthropist who gave fhe Adler Plan- .etariutn.to the city. Born ip Elgin, 111. Died yesterday. ' ,te WASHINGTON — Dr. j! SigfriS Emanuei Engstrom, 48, 'of; Minneapolis, executive director iof the Board of American Missions of the National Aiigustana Lutheran Church. Born : in Chicago.. Died yesterday. Portland, Ore.—Dr. Henry Marcotte, 85, retired Presbyterian minister and former student work director for the Presbyterian Board of Education at Philadelphia. Died yesterday. '</

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