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H0M if Aft, MOM, LostNiflht , - Titer Ai 'wit* s< AhgfeleS, 10. ' -Chuck -Spleser, outpointe Toronto, 11 e- Gus .iriofe telephones than f«Afheriean countries com- 3 * -> 4 ' REAVES FURNITURE )SS. WALNUT ijIrWrte,purchase of new S*W(NG CINTER ^ Phone 7-5840 rUlELESS TIRES £ost In&urance f ATE FARM MUTUAL BALANGINO you 'wait _.TIRi & SUPPLY CX)MPANY, CLASSIFIED Adi Mutt B0 In Office fifty §efor« Publication .WANT AD RATIS AH,Wont Ad» att ^poyoble In vtifcc- r .jiit a<fi will be oecetfed fiver tb* telepHSne 6rid dccomoda- fiori dtclfeHH bllo^ed *!fH the Un- de'frfandtfttt the Account I* payable when ftatement tffendired. _, Oh* thfiS SI* °g -$r ** t.20 Wohfc to IS Up to 16 t6 « M K 26 to 30 11 to 35 36 tO 40 41 to 43 46 to 50 .60 ,75 1.20 1.3S- 1.50 . 1.50 1.80 110 2.40 2?70 3.00 2.00, 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.09 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED. 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PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent . -Contact HUBBARD Phone 7-2436 ' MATTRESSES •f M««to into a WoH«,QUir»iit««*-" OM my 8«Yvit« — • ' 'DAVIS ________ •.Kim Phon. 7*11 (WESTERN SHARES t;ajfE i ^-7* I* M.S.iATES newly decorate"d, six room house. Garage. Gar den. 812 W.'.4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf THREE room unfurnished apartment,. private...bath, reasonable rent 1311'West'Avenue B. Phone 7-3696. '• ' 18-tf y 67 ,Weir of Hope f ELECTRIC WELDING i are •• nea'Kae'your phone" DIAL 7-2767 FURNISHEP 4 room duplex, Frl- -gidaire, hardwood lloors, private entrance, first class home. Mrs. P. t. Cook, 908 W. Ave; B., 2-6t Political Announcement Trie Star IS auihorked to an« holifice that ; the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: B, L. RETTTO M. (OLIE) OLSON Utl SLACK heifer call, 4 weeks, ddn- tact Paul fefteller, Phone 7-258S. 3-3t For Sale fishing Derby Winners Are Announced HOT SPRINGS,-CUP) —Byron Hay of Leachville, Ark., was the top fisherman in the top black bass division of the annual fishing derby, which ended here yesterday with "derby day." Ray's 7-pound, 13!£-ounce entry (earned him $300 in cash and $400 in merchandise. The same prizes went to Raymond Smiley of St. Louis, Mo., for bringing in the largest black bass caught by an Wednesday May 4 "Souls In Conflict" Silij- Graham in a he background of xjhdon Crusade will be shown at he First Baptist Church in Pres- ott, May 4, ,,<»,t 8:00 o'clock. Admission will be free. .Thursday May 5 The WCTU will meet Thursday fternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. D. L. McRae, Sr The choir of the First Presby- erian Church will practice Thursday evening at 7:30. SAND. Gravel, topsofl, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. 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. ICE CR'EAM twelve delicious flavors, cups, cones, pints, gallons. ' Open 7 days and nights to serve you. COLES DOUBLE DIP STORE 2nd and Walnut 28-Qt SKtERBET flavors, Lime, Orange, Pineapple, Grape. Cups, pints, gallons. COLES DOUBLE DIP STORE. 28-Gt TWO BEDROOM home l'/2 block from Brookwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf UNFURNISHED 5 room house; garage, garden, Close-in, Miss Lillie Middleb'rooks. Phone 72874. 3-3t DESIRABLE .3 • room apartment furnished and , bills paid. 204 Bonner. . . 3-tf IDEAL .LOCATION /for ,office or , some -kind of, shopi Formerly ' Hall-MoNeill. 'For -information , call'Barlow'.Hotel. ' ' ', 4-3t THRiEE large rooms, furnished, large bath,,-electric .box upstairs. Phone 7-3174. , 65' DIFFERENT varieties of iris blooming today in their richest shades and colors. Chrysanthemum plants now ready. Arthur Gray, Ozah. ' 2-Gt out-of-state • visitor, ounce fish. a 5-pound, 10- A man-and-wife team, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Atkinson of Midwest City, Okla., scored in the white bass and crappie divisions by entering the largest fish caught by visitors in those categories. Atkin's 2-pound, 5>/fe ounce while bass' was tops among those entered by out-of-staters yesterday, and his wife's 1-pound, 9% ounce crappie also was a winner. Ralph Wright of Hot Springs'had the best catch among local .fishermen in the white bass divisidn with a 3-pound, 1 i/^-ounce entry. Porter Singleton of Hot Springs had the best crappie among the local fishermen, cuncer. a 2-pound, ONE JOHN DEERE Baler, one Case baler wire tires, one mule, one mare, 35 acres of land. B. E. Green, Patmos. 3-6t FLOWERS for Mother's Day. Mum pots, Caladeums, mixed pots, Gloxemia, Geraniums, cut flowers- for 'bouquets, and corsages. Also artifical wreaths and bouquets tor decoration, also yard plants. Campbells Flower Shop, 1804 South Elm. 3-3t Notice BEE-T^MITE f5?x« . , .. -„,. Control Service ||fj&Mid'r Operated by GRIGG pellet St. or 7.2772 CURRY'S •rmite Control Co. * • BONDED IH5MRPD GUARANTEED , -<¥W* *•> !e Inspection A. 0. '"^ T iddlebrook. Jr. pr 7-3791 MOVING?, Lpng Distance Moving. All Moving Rates,ar,e.not the : same. Call collect 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. 4-3t ONE OF Hope's most beautiful homes. Located in the McDowell addition, on 2/3. of an acre. Large number of big shade trees, fievel lawn with St. Augustine grass. This home has three large bedrooms. Wall to wall carpet in- living room, and hall. Also rubber' tile and hardwood floors. 2 baths UM-). Double garage. 2 years old. Shown by appointment Services Offered 36" x 10" SWING. South Bend metal lathe. Call 7-2459. 4-3t MATTRESS renovation and iftner- •prlng work- Cobb MattreM CO. 316 South WMhlrfton. Phone T-2821 Mir. «-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Cui- torn •laughterlng. Phone'7-3361. , 10-1 Mo. WATER WELL prilling any depth or size, O.T. Clark and Son C. H. Clark, Cale. Ark., 203 East Ave. B. HopeirArk. : • April 18-1 Mo. SEE Jess Morris for custom slaughtering and cold storage at Community Ice. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo. Hope Star <-«*»^5pt r> - iM lift; PMM 11. m* „ Mi* •» Htff, We Are Deolers of Dura Croft Aluminum Boats Mhoon'i Jewelry Store • Desk Fans • Westlnghouse Alrconditloner • Window Fans • Attic Fans Johruon & Rettig Electric Co. 319 W. 2nd Ph. 7-2156 H. I. Luck Highway «7 West LUCK'S USfD FURNITURE CO. Ktfftt 9f City Limits West i» Gallon: Water Barrels for ••!• Phone 7-4M1 Hops, Ark. If yoM need a Trailer ,. .See Us s WE RENT UHAUL TRAILERS and hove several on hand that are ready ro go. AU Kind! of AUTO GtASS only. Call Mrs. 4697. L. Fox, 73-Gt Winners in .the white bass .alid .crappie divisions received $500 in merchandise. Throughout the two-week derby, 441 persons competed and' entered 948 fish, all of them caught from the three area lakes of Catherine, Hamilton, and Ouachita. There were 45 daily winners who com peted in the derby yesterday. Burns Winning Games, Rivals Are Ndt Calm By WILL GRIMSLEV -"''"> Of The Associated Press • Branch R i c k e y's Pittsburgl "Fuzz Kids" are now the .!'Nui sance Kids" of the Nationa League. While the haughty New . Yort Giants and Milwaukee Braves are trying to maintain' complete calm in the face of continuing reverses the beardless Pirates are kickin up sawdust all •over.'.the.place';,' They have won three!; garrie^ in a row, and four oflthe, last' ;five They're playing as if they reallj believe plan," the date for the pennant. Of course, nobody seriously ex pects a pennant from Pittsburgh soon. But they tan e'xpee SPINET PIANO, slightly used, excellent condition. Save $250.00. Monthly payments $20.67. Write or phone 'Reed Music Company, 112-114 East 7th Street, Littlo pRock, Arkansas. Phone FRank- lin 2-5151. 4-4t Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel ... Phone '7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. Service. in Rickey's "five-yea which had 1955 fixed a this surprises. The Pirates are young and brash—and winning. Last night, a 29-year-old .Balti more castoff, Dick Littlefieldj • shu out the Milwaukee Braves on isever hits 4-0, stretching the Brave string of scoreless innings to 2: The Braves dropped seven fill games back of the idle Brookly; Dodgers and their only cornfor was that the champion New Yori Giants were still another full gam farther back. The Giants were whitewashei by the Chicago Cubs' 'Bob; Rush who fashioned a tidy four-hitter Bob Speake and .Dee. Fondy, wit: three triples between them, • bat tered the Giants' ace Jim . Harn Business For Leose ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and' Laurel* Reasonably priced. See 3. L. Murphy for details. 8-tf Real Estate for Sal* WE SELL — We Buy — We Rent Real Estate. Franklin Company, 106 South Main. 5-1 Mo. BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom home at 529 Peach Street in Beverly Hills, owner leaving city. Buy his equity assume monthly payments. Let me show this to you. Call Jim Cole, Phone '7-3175. 28-6t JUST $200.00 cash - Balance like rent will buy this two bedroom home with den - we will redecorate interior with your choice of colors. Termite treated - new linoleum. AU on two beautiful shady lots at Walker and 15th Street. Call FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 So. Main St. PR74691 • 2-3t BUSINESS property bargain, J Block North of County Courthouse fronting 30P feet on U. S. Hy. 67 and 73'4 feet on South Washington - 50' x 100' building - all utilities - ' concrete floor - excellent location for service station warehouse - puck-a-sak grocery and many other types of business. It is the former Cooks Laundry property. Priced for quick sale. Call FOSTER REALTY CO. 2J7 S. Main St. PR7-4691 3-3t Awnings Canvas Awi 1 "-?* and metal awnings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Clewing, CQPPER-BJUANKENSHIP Formerly HJley Copper 1919 Texcs Ave. Phone 32-1841 PRESCOTT NEWS !""* *" .^-^^ . featuring film against the fabulous the regular meeting of the Prescott kiwariis Club held at the Broadway Hotel on Thursday evening, and he chose 'for his subject "Public Relations Between the Police Officers." Southern Pine Garden Club 'Meets With Mrs. Jack Harrell The Southern Pine Garden Club net on Thursday afternoon in the lome of the president, Mrs. Jack Kartell, with Mrs. O. W. Watkins associate hostess. The attractive Harrell home was jeautifully decorated with arran- lements of White carnations, pan- les and snap dragons. The president opened the meet- ng with prayer and conducted the business. Roll call was answered with a favorite garden tool. Mrs. N. N. Daniel, president of .he Prescott Garden Club Council, jresented plans for a luncheon to be ield on May 13. , Mrs. D. K. Bemis, program chairman, gave an informative talk on-"Tools, Equipment and Garden records" after which she presented D. K. Bemis and Joe Crane whb showed a film on "Flower Arrangements at the Williamsburg Restoration." A dainty dessert course was served to 19 members and guests Mrs. Bob Yarbrough, Mrs. J. C. Stegar and Mrs. Daniel. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Cleveland Dettoit Ellis Stewart. Jack Robey, Mark Cnicago Justiss, Russell Moberg and Mr. ! New York Worthington- attended the Spring | Boslon Conference held in El Dorado last Washington week. .* Ciaudette Smith Has Steak fry Miss Ciaudette Smith entertained with a steal/ fry on the lawn of her home or/ Friday evening. • Guests included Misses Margaret Hunter Scott, Freddie Moberg and David Hanning, John McLelland and Bobby Woosley. • The Young ladies remained for a bunking party. Rev. W. A. -Lindsey, Miss Margaret Phillips, Miss Mary Buchanan, Miss Fern McLelland, Miss 13 6 12 6 11 6 10 8 8 12 G 12 .684 .067 .647 .400 .333 Baltimore 5 14 .263 8 Yesterday's Results Detroit 4. Boston 2 Cleveland 7, New York 4 ' Chicago 5. Washington 3 Kansas City 4.' Baltimore 3 . Today's Games Washington at Chicago Baltimore at Kansas City Boston at Detroit (night) New York at- Cleveland night ArdUfld the Nation ^ 6y Thi Associated Press GLOUCESTERSHIRE, England —The Earl of Gow/ie. 82, governor general of Australia from 1936 to 1944. who won the Victoria Cross. Britain's highest award for valor, as a captain during fighting against the Dervishes in 1898 art the Sudan. Died Monday. LA JOLLA, Calif. — Gritting Bancroft, 76, naturalist, author and attorney, a member of one of Cali- ornia's most noted families, and ather of Gritting Jr., CBS radio ews reporter and commentator, nd Hubert Howe with the Voice f America, both in Washington, C. Born in New Haven, Conn. Died yesterday. CHICAGO —• Fred A. Sapp, 78, ublisher of the Ottawa 111. Daily Republican Times since 1916. Bom n Ottawa. Died yesterday. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Brooklyn Betty Nell Wilson, David Hanning Chicago and James Roy Phillips, attended St. Louis "Tiger Day" at Ouachita College Arkadelphia on Friday. ' Mrs. Frank Gilbert, Misses Joan and Judy Gilbert were the guests Friday and Saturday of Mrs. Matt Hitt in Little Rock. Milwaukee New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cincinnati Cub Scouts Receive Pins The four dens of Cub Scouts Mr. and Mrs. Nolen Ingram and son- of Cullendale were the weekend guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Al Williams have had' as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hooftolen of Buffalo, N. Y. Mrs. Wnyne Eley spent Thursday at Camp Tanako. Mrs. R. P. Hamby was the guest of friends in Washington Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reeves had as their guests Friday Mr. and Mrs. Alton Re'eyes of Texarkana. Pack No. 81 met at the Educational Building of the First Methodist Miss Martha Mitchell, student at Church on Thursday evening and'Henderson State Teachers College, 1C- 2 11 8 3 7 9 9 7 9 8 11 G 11 5 13 Pet. GB .889 .579 5'/ 2 .533 61/2 .500 7 .438 8 .421 8!' 2 .353 ,9'/ 2 .278 11 Yesterday's Results Chicago G. New York 0 Pittsburgh 4, Milwaukee 0 Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 5 (Only games scheduled) Today's Games St. Louis at Brooklyn (night) Chicago at .New York Cincinnati at Philadelphia N) Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (night) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB 16 8 13 9 Memphis New Orleans Birmingham Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville Mobile ittle Rock received their pins that were presented by Cub Master O. W. Watkins. Each den also gave a display of handicraft they had mad* in Apfil. Chief Johnson Speaks To Kiwanians Tilman Worthington introduced Police Chief Clifford Johnson at Arkadelp'hia., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mitchell. Mrs. J. H. Bemis and Mrs. Karl -King,' Jr., were Friday visitors in Hope. Mrs. Jesse Crow has. returned from a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Mattie Harris, in Little Rock. SPORTS ROUNDUP -. .- '• • • - .By 6AYLE TALBOT NEWYORK Wl—After watching Bullet Bob Tiirley spin his fourth straight victory at the expense of thte Detroit Tigers, the Yankees are confident no'w that they have the "stoppers" who will keep them In the American League race all the way. In addition'to the blinding speed he exhibited for Baltimore last The score was 6-0. 23-1 Mo. | j n tne on ]y other Nationa (League game, big Ted Kluszew ski hit two of Cincinatti Phi runs to down the Philadelphia Phil lies 7-5. In the American League, the Cleveland Indians' Whipped the New York Yorkees 7-4 in their first head-to-head clash of the season. The Indians thus managed to hold their slender half-game league lead over the pressing Detroit Tigers, who topped the Boston Red Sox 4-2 on a two-run homer by the 20-year-old rookie sensation Al Kaline. Billy Hoeft won his third straight for the Tigers. The Kansas City Athletics beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-3 on a three-run homer by Bill Wilson in the eighth inning. The Chicago White Sox trimmed the Washington Senators 5-1. Littlefield gave the Pirates their third straight top-flight piching performance in beating the Braves, Ronnie Kline and young Bob Purkey did a similar workmanlike job on the St. Louis Car dinals earlier this week. There's not a player in the regular Pittsburgh lineup who has 'reached 30 years old. Bob Rush kept the Cubs on Brooklyn's neck, but 5'/a games back |n second place, with a masterful pitching performance. Don Mueller, with a double and a single, and Monte Irvin, with two singles, were the only Giants to hit him and Mueller was the only one to get as far as second—with hia double in the ninth. Catcher Yogi Berra proved the goat" of the Yankees loss to Cleveland. With the score tied 4-4 as the result of homers by Cleve land's Al Smith and Ralph Kiner and the Yanks' Mickey Mantle, Yogi muffed a throw-in which led to three unearned runs. Mike C cia was the winning pitcher, Ed topat the Ipser. At Kansas City, Wilson's three, run homer in the eighth saddled Irv Palica, Baltimore right-hander, with "his third defeat, year, the powerful young right- hander has developed a- curve and change-up under trie pa'tiertt coaching of Jim Turner which remind veteran observers • of Bobby Feller his palmiest days. Also, while his control has improved markedly over last season. Tiirley has retained just enough of his "wildness" to keep the batters loose up- there and prevent their taking a toehold. That, incidentally, always been one of the secrets of. Feller's success. There' never, was a time' that Bobby couldn't throw'a ball through a knothole when he wanted to. In his most recent four-hit fort against the Tigers, Turley sued only four passes. This pared to the 10 he put on ef- is- com- base in his earlier one-hitter against the Chicago White' Sox. Tin-ley's two other victims were Boston and Baltimore 5 , each set down with five hits. Iri 36 innings to this point, he has fanned 33 and given up only seven runs. Turner, the club's gifted hill co'ach, devoted the spring to teaching Turley two things, to snap a curve across the plate and to conceal his pitches. He also emphasized to the young man that he would not need to try to pitch a no-hitter every game as he did at Baltimore, where he had a 14-5 record. 'I think maybe that's the biggest thing that's happened to me," he says. "In three of the four games I've started these fellows have given me a nice lead to work on right at the start. I's a mighty relaxing feeling not to think that each ball I throw might cost me the ball game." . leaning strains their The United St»t«$ 17,- NEW YORK W) — American League club owners must be streaming team will, come down to earth when it opens its first extended road trip Friday, or, long range, tHat hot weather, if it ever comes, will take some of the sap out of such veterans as 'Roy Campanella, .Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese. There is rib sound basis for supposing that the club will go into a decline price it leaves Ebbets Field. It is 'true' that the Dodgers' home park is ideally tailored to their right-hand power, but it is equally true that their only two defeats up to now, both inflicted by the Giants by one-run margins came in Brooklyn. As for the broiling weather to come, that has been taken care of to some extent by night ball. It isn't the killer. for the oldsters that it onctf was. Monroe Hot Springs El Dorado V icks burg Greenville Pine Bluf f Major League Baseball Leaders LEADING BATTERS (Based on 50 official at bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE GG AB R H Pet. Mueller, N.Y. 16 68 10 26 .382 Moon, 'St. L. 15 72 10 27 .75 Repulski, St.L. 15 70 9 25 .357 Logan,. Mil. '. 13 67 12 2 .34 Campanella, : Brooklyn 18 65 14 22 .38 AMERICAN LEAGUE Skowron, N.Y. 13 51 14 2 13 11 13 11 13 11 11 13 8 13 G 17 .667 .591 2 .542 2 .542 3 .542 .458 .381 .261 9 1 /- Yesterday's Results Atlanta 3, Little Rock 2 Memphis 7, Birmingham 6 Nashville 9, Mobile. Chattanooga 3, New Orleans 11 Today's Games Chaltanoogo at Now Orleans' Little Rock at Atlanta Nashville at Mobile, (2). Memphis at Birmingham. COTTON STATE LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 6 2 .750 5 3 .625 1 4 4 3 4 3 4 2 -6 .500 2 .429 2}'-, .429 21/2 .250 4 Yesterday's Results Greenville 4, Hot Springs 3 (11 innings) Pine Bluff 4, El Dorado 3 Monroe 14, Vicksburg 8, (10 inn ings) Today's Games Hot Springs at Monroe El Dorado at Vicksburg- Greenville 'at Pine Bluff AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Charleston 7; Minneapolis 6 (1 innings) St. Paul 4; Toledo 3 Omaha 9; Indianapplis 2 29 Confirmed Polio Cases After Shots WASHINGTON (UP) — Trie U.S. Public Health Service today listed 29 confirmed cases of polio among children who hnve received Salk vaccine. This is three more cases than it reported yesterday. All three new cases are in Idaho where the official total now stands at nine. The health service said an j definite onumber of requested — but unconfirmed — cases are under investigation in California. Washington Idaho Missouri, Ohio and Michigan. Of. the national total of confirmed cases, 27 cases have been diagnosed paralytic. The to non-paralytic cases were reported in Louisiana and California. noon EOT today ' California snoonn EDTN todayG Calitornias 14, Idaho 9, Louisiana 2, Georgia 1, Washington 1, Colorado 1, and Illinois. The vaccine used in the two Louisiana cases and the one Georgia case was supplied by Eli Lilly Co., Indianapolis, Ind. The rest was produced by Cutter Laboratories, Berkeley, Cal. Two Accused of Slaying, Shot FORT WORTH, Tex. UP) — Two men accused of slaying wealthy oilman William P. Clark were shot down on the Jonesboro Highway northwest of here last night. Cecil Green/ ex-convict and Texas'-'uffderworld figure, \va_s reported in' critical condition." His companion, Leroy Egglestorf, suffered -'a gunshot wound - in the arm.;'', •, .. [ The pair and Harry Ruggin share charged ni.-the slaving'- of Clark May 19, 1953'.*S.11 are free one bond. Clark's widowf Mrs., Mar> Clarh, 43, is charged ^as an|aeeomplice in the death of her husband. * 1 Denver 4; Louisville 3 .451 .415 .409 .409 .360 Power, K.C. 17 65 18 27 Kaline, Detroit 18 66 17 27 Kuenn, Detroit 18 66 17 27 Nieman, Chi. 17 50 8 18 HOME RUNS —Furillo, Dodgers 8; Kluszewski, Redlegs 7; Lollar, White Sox 7; Kaline, Tigers 6; Snider, Dodgers 6. RUNS BATTED IN — Thomson, Braves 22; Snider, Dodgers 21; Furillo, Dodgers 21; White Sox 19; Vernon, 19. Nieman, Senators RUNS Carrasquel, White Sox 20; Mantle, Yankees 18; Bauer, Yankees 18; Bruton, Braves 18; Power, Athletics 18. HITS — Kuenn, Tigers 29; Kaline, iTigers 27; Power, Athletics snickering these spring days as 27; Moon, Cardinals 27; Mueller, they see seven teams jn the rival circuit writhing under the lash of the Brooklyn Dodgers. They hope, Giants 26. PITCHING — Lemon, Indians 5-0; Turley, Yankees 4-0; Erskine, no doubt, that there is nothing Dodgers 4-0; Jeffcoat, Cubs 3-0; temporary about the Jack of balance among the Nationals. For too many years to suit the; American Leaguers, their own run away races have played to steadily* Dwindling attendances while the senior division pulled in the fans with one thriller right after the other, specializing in last-day finishes. This time they see a chance that the leagues' roles will be reversed, with the Dodgers pulling far away from all pursuit while several American teague clubs take turns making runs at the Cleveland Indians. And never think that the National Leaguers are r*Qt beginning to worry about it, especially since *-*• Bfoofc? have profed, that ttjejjr ,_,. ifcarthinjji tli« Wesern cft»¥s, «yslu<Jin« Milwaukee, tn str«tchin| Schmitz, Senators 3-0. A|wt w fill htf &»*«*» High Scorer Going lip the University W) — Dal Boutwell of Cotton Plant, Ark., the leading prep scorer of the 1954 season, has announced his plans to enroll at the University of Arkansas next fall. A three-lime letterman in football and, basketball, the 5-9, 170- pound Boutwell led the state's schoolboy grid players with 157 points. , lie made; the all-district football team three years straight while oft the' Cotton Plant squad. go,sjnic rays . are mysterious electrical particles - LEO'S GARAGE - Sub-Dealer for FORD TRACTOR & PARTS "Our repair shop is as near as your telephone" : For All '.•', . • CARS • TRUCKS • TRACTORS • EQUIPMENT Leo Harrsfield — Owner and Operator 413 S. WALNUT PHONE 7-4314 LETDUCKETTDOIT... THE BEST IN STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds — Farm Buildings -— Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost! DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. North Main Street LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect your eyesight and enhance the beauty pf your home with correct lighting fixtures. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 8. Elm Phone 7-2629 jpeci<>li?«» in •ff««?tiyt Nrmit* coo*r«l. If t»rmit«i\rt the problem, w» K*v« tht *rt»wtf, Thert'i n« cr,«ra* far •n .n>pevti 9 n M c«ll w 9ur IMQ •«p*/I«fl<* nov. ARKAOfkPHIA TIRMITI CO, M*i« ftrtttf Ph«nt 199? AUKAPILfWA AJIKAN& T) TEXAS LEAGUE Tulsa 6; Dallas 2 Houston' 6; San Antonio 3 Fort ,Wor ( th' 1; Oklahoma City 2 ShreveportfB; Beaumont 7 WESTERN LEAGUE Lincoln 6; Colorado Springs S Des Moines 9; Sioux City 2 1 Wichita 5; Pueblo 3 'i< NOW LETS FIGURE •}•'<( MV BES A 6K DISCOUNT -T S TABLE ON THE.TOTAL $18,256-'6 TIMES 5 IS- WOMEN HAVE -H 1 ' 1 NO RESPECT FOR'> BIG BUSINESS y - MORE SOAP t- 7 12 %, INte&ESf €5N $62,000 is $744O,PLUS 3% DIVIDEND MAKES IT-LET'S SEE"! 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