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U *• STAft, H0M, ARKANSAS Saturday, May 21, AIR CONDITIONING StKViCi APPLIANCE 7-2W9. Mi In U*k HI|hW4y tt *Mt LUCK'S IttlD rUftNlf Ukt CO. ttdit tf Crty Limit* WMI M Oilldn Water i*tr*te tor tato Mttl HO|M, Artu WANTED TO BUY Men's Used Shoes HAVES' BARGAIN HOUSE Across from Post Office I* fv BIG DISCOUNT ' FLOOR MODELS and one REPOSSESSED TREADLE SINGER SEWING CENTER 108 South Elm Phone 7-5840 .DO YOU NEED LUMBER?. Dimension, Siding, S4S, flooring, 10"-12" Rough boxing. C. B. WADDLE LBR. CO. Highway 4 East . Phones 7-3250 or 7-4974 For Low Cbst Insurance 'buy ... STATE FARM MUTUAL ( Contact HORACE HUBBARD 212"^. 16tK .Phone, 7-2438 CLASSIFIED AM Mittt to IH Office Day §**«* PubtlfcittMi WANT AD RATES Alt War* A* aft poyobf* In fcfvane* but. 6d» will be. aee«pt*d •over the telephone and accomodo- tion bccounti allowed with the un- dertfofidiflo the account It payable wHeh'ttetetnent h* rendered. Of werdk UP to ts 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 43 46 to SO one Mi? .60 .75 .•0 1.05 1.90 1.35 1.50 three Day* .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 bay* 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 6.00 One Morrfh 4.50 «.00 7.30 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time .; „ 7sc per Inch 3 time* ......M 60e per Inch • timei .; 50e per Inch Rates qutited above are for consecutive insertions. Irregular or Iklp- date ads will take the one-day rate. All dally classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication, the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted .. Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will, not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Politkal Announcement The Star la authorized to an- Bounce that the following are candidates tor public office subject to the action of tha Democratic primary elections: For Mayer __ B. L. HETT1Q H, M. (OLIE) OLSOJf TALBOT FEILD. JR. Real Estate for Sole WE SELL — we rent — we buy Real Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY May 9-1 Mo. For Rent IX room unfurnished house. 812 West 4th. $35 a month. Dial 72247. '-...• 10-tf BEAUTIFUL two bedroom house. Hardwood floors'. Attic fan, floor furnace, Venetian blinds, plenty closets, and built-ins. One of the nicest in this section of town. FHA approved. 100' x 125' lot. Small down payment. .Balance, low interest. FHA .monthly payments. 607 North Elm. GREENING INSURANCE ' &.REALTY CO. Real Estate, Insurance, Loans. Phone 7-4661.'"'.....• ,25-3t Best Arkansas Fishing Spots TWO Bedroom home, . Close-in. Paved street. $200 cash. Balance like rent. Phone 7-4308. 25-3t MATTRESSES Mtaltt or Made Into lnn«ra»rta| > Work Glut-ante** <— On* Day ServlM MM • , DAVIS fimltvi* 4V MottraM C*. 110 •. Elm «trt«t Phon« 7-ttll '' CROWN WESTERN SHARES •f Diversified Income Fund Prospectus available from M. S; BATES v ' - AOENT r • ••••.- ••• 'Ark. . • -;; Phono 7-MM FTJRiNISHED two room, apartment, newly decorated. . Garage. No children. Mrs. Judson, .220 N. Elm. ' 19-tf THREE ROOM house across from courthouse, 710 W. 4th. Mrs.'Paul Cobb. 23-3t •THREE unfurnished rooms .Pri- . vate bath.. $30, utilities paid. Phone 7-5583, 222 North Louisiana St. ., . 25-3t TOP'S SERVICE Hy 67 West of Hope ELECTRIC ,V ;WELDING Done anywhere. 'Call ira. ,:••• Ui for your Car, Truck, _• ,_ ,_ Tractor repairs. •We ire as near as your phone" DIAL 7-2767 BEE-T-MITE i . . . Termite Control Service Free Inspection - Owned & Operated by GUY GRIGG * •- Service policy 109 South Main St. Plionei 7-3445 or 7-2772 I THREE large.furnished rooms, private hath, -upstairs. 203 High Street. 27-3t Business For Lease ONE .StfPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and. Laurel. Reasonably.' priced. See S, L. Murphy for details. ... • '•• ••:••:• '8-tf LITTLE ROCK WP) _ The State Game and Fish Commission reports fishing should be good in the following spots over the weekend: Arkansas County — Escrongep and H Lakes, bream. Baxter — Lake Norfork, crap pie. Carroll — W hi te and Kings Rivers, bass, bream, catfish; Lake Lealherwood, bream, crappie. Chicot — Lake Chciot. bream. Clay — All lakes, bream Cleburne — Red River, catfish. Desha — Silver Lake, bream. Faulkner — La ke C o n w ay, bream. Fulton — All streams, bass. Garland —Lake Hamilton, black bass. crappie, bream; Lake Ouachita, crappie, bream. Johnson — Hiorsehead Lake. Dream. Lafayette — 27 Cutoff, catfi?h. Lonoke — Clear Lake, bream. Marion — Bull Shoals Lake crappie. Montgomery — Lake Ouachitzi crappie. Newton — Big and 'Little Bui Rivers, bass, gogle eye. Phillips — Mellwod Old River crappie; Storm Creek, bass. Pike — Narrows Lake, bass. Prairie — Miller Lake, bream. Stone — Blanchard Springs Lake, rainbow trout; White River, Locks 3, drum, bass. Van Buren — South Fork and (Middle Fork Little Red, perch bass. Help Wonted WANTED — Experienced waitresg. Apply in Person. Mac's Restaurant, 409 E. Third or house next door. Wonted BEDROOM,, private bath and private entrance. 319 North Elm. HOMES for kittens. Please contact Mrs. H. O. Kyler, Jr., Phone 7-3664. 25-3t Phone 7-3391. 27-6t for Sal* SAND, Gravel, topsoll, flU dirt. Phone 7-4382. A. L. Park. '•>'•-,•• May 15-1 Mo. FERTILIZEHi^ammonia, < and nitrate soda. Cheap for cash. J; W. Strickland. : April 2M Mo. CURRY'S Termite Control Co. • BONDED • INSURED • GUARANTEED For Free Inspection coll , A. D. Middlebrooki Jr. \fhonet 7-2822 or 7-3791 mssiisssm Hope Star TWO BEDROOM home l'/4 block from Brobkwood School at 819 East 5th. .Call 7-5574. 28-tf SIX BEDROOM, 2 story house wi.th 2M; baths. Ideal for rooming house, 2 blocks from town. Priced right. 521South Main. W. H. Fincher; Phone 7-2209. May 10-1 Mo, Business Opportunities $450 MONTHLY starting salary plus bonus for an executive-type salesman to represent large Na'- tional corporation. No ^traveling, established resident," '27-45, married, ambitions, capable of assuming responsibility.' In requesting interview "please Include brief . personal. History : and - telephone number. All replies'held .strictly confidential. Write Hope'Star Box R. •'.'.'.; '"••'• 27-lt TWO PRAME homes, with acreage, close-in,, low down payment. SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Phone 7-37Cff. •' May 17-1 Mo. JOHN iDEER -tie baler; side delivery rake and young horse. 'B/'-E. Green. Patmos.'j ' A 27 - et Off«r«d MATTRESS renovation end Inner, iprlnf work. Cobb MattreH Co. 818 South WMhinfton. Phone Mar. 4-tf The Negro Community By Helen Turner "' Phone 7-6830 Or bring item* .to Mlsi Turner at Hicks Funeral Home RALPH Montgomery Market, Cue- ton) ilBUghterinf. Phone 7-33C1. 10-1 Mo. MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Prescott, Ark. Free Estimate. May 14-tf BETHEL AME CHURCH Rev. Wlllard Leake, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School M,rs. E. M. Nelson, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship Subject "A Timely Warning" 6 p. m. A. C. E. L. League 8 p. m., Evening Worship • , BEEBEE MEMORIAL c, M. E. Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pastor 9:45 a. m Sunday School .Mrs A. B. Repger, Supt. 11- a. m. Morning Worship Special Mothers Day by the pastor. 6 p. m. Epworth League 8 p. m. Evening Worship. Nobody But Me to Race, Cella Asserts LITTLE ROCK (M— "No one but myself" is going to run horses at swank Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, says the • track owner, John G. Cella of St. Louis. The wealthy sportsman made the statement yesterday in commenting on the efforts of two other interests to obtain the horse racing franchise in the resort city. Cella is president of the Oaklawn Club, which has heldJTthe only horse racing franchise in Arkansas since. 1935. The club is sole o\vner of the multi-million dollar, racing plant, only track in • the state. The two groups which are opposing Oaklawn's bid to continue in Ho't-Springs were partially, identified yesterday by State Revenue Commissioner J. Orville' Cheney. Cheney said that in addition to Oaklawn's bid for the franchise, offers had .been,entered bjl-a Hot Springs group 'headed b'y" : Milan Creighto_n, Clyde Halk and Marshall Carlisle. The third bid was submitted by a Kansas City attorney, who declined to identify his client, said Cheney. "•: Competition for the money-making 'franchise resulted after state Atty. Gen. T. J. Gentry ruled that a 10-year permit granted to Cella in 1954 was invalid. Gentry held that the Racing Co m m i s si on couldn't issue a new franchise before the one held at that time by Cella -had ' expired; .The commission then advertised for bids, and got the three offers. However, Cella appealed Gentry's decision to Pulaski Chancery Court, .and the court issued a temporary order that the .bids remained sealed. A hearing is scheduled here on June 13 to determine if Cella will be able to retain the 10-year franchise. AMERICAN LEAGUE , WHAT S COOKING?—Befuddled boxer "Biff" couldn't quite figure out what to do when, instead ' f of breakfast, he found four-week-old "Kitchenette" in his food dish in Cleveland, Ohio With '• ; admirable restraint, Biff let his master, Peter La Londe,'set things right rather than oust th? '•• ' . '.-.- :. :.-. ...... kitten himself. . • DOGS FOUR CRYING OUT LOUD — This quartet of hungry little robins lives in a nest that mother built over Sam Goodman's garden hose in suburban Cleveland. Ohio. Although quite perturbed over Mom's absence with the .groceries, they don't seem to mind _ _ __ ^ unorthodox choice of a building site. OUT OF DOORS with By AL McCLANE Fishing Editor PIANOS TUNED, repaired; rebuilt, workmanship guaranteed. Write H. D. Woosley, Prescott, Ark. . : w-et M«r »f HOM lift; C*nif|M«M January U, 1»Jt wd every weekdgy afternoon e* . §TA« PUPLISHING CO. C. I Palmer, Presla>0t AIM, H. Wo.hbur,, l.™ •f Th* Star Building 1 loMtfc W.lnut Hop«, ArkanMI HOUSE mpving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone 842-K11. May 23-lMo WATCHt and Jewelry Repair. Let Keith's time your watch electrically for accuracy! KEITH JEWELRY STORE. 24-6t AIM. H. Waihbur*, fdli»r » r*Ni,M, low, Manogfiif Mlfof J«M M. Darli, Adycrtlilne Manaeei W. Hotm.r, Mtch. Supt. "«tf ft second clatf «*t»*r Offl*. .r HPP«, Arkoii Act ft March S, I»f7. *f »h» Audit • MOWING AND ODD jobs around town or farm. Has own equipment. 7-4913, 26-3t Fun«ral RoMs (pgyablt |n «4* fy ctrrltf In Hop* 'and neighboring 13.00 mqll In Hwnpsfeod, N»vodfl, Howofd, aod Mill* coyn- . .(S 1.60 OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insur- «pc« , . , Ambulance. 2nd & Ha»el, . . Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDOW-CORNBLIUS Funeral Horn* and Burial Association Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-55W. J3-1 Mo. Awnings MT. ZION CME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School ,S. J. Johnson, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worshlp- 6 p. m. Epworth League 8 p. m. Evening Worship LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev, J. C. Cpby, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Mrs. Ella Rice, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. B. T. U. 7 p. m. Evening Worship RISING STAR BAPTIST Rev. W M. Erby, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Ambers Dunlap, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. B. T. U. 8 p. m. Evening Worship GARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIST Rev. F. R. Williams, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School L. C. Wyatt, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 8 p. m. B. T. U. 8:30 p m. Baptist Hour over Station KXAR. would find history of It.'s enough Not many anglers a detailed life nymphs interesting, to know that an artificial nymph represents the inmature state of certain aquatic insects that form the bulk of a trout's diet. Facts vary with the species, but for a period of a year or more _ the nymph hides under stones, or in the muck of a stream bottom. During this almost inert existence, trout look for nymphs by nosing among the pebbles. This all happens on the river oed, and so the first method of "ishing a nymph is to cast a deep Fight on to Control Spa Horse Racing LITTLE ROCK MP) — A three-way fight for control of horse racing in Hot Springs, long the exclusive property of the Oaklawn Jockey Club,- was revealed yesterday by State Revenue Commissioner Orville Cheney. Cheney said the State Racing Commission, of which he is ex officio secretary, had received three bids for the resort city racing franchise. This is the first time that the ' drift for several feet, the angler ( the helpless insects can Jockey Club, owned by John G. works his lure in short pulls to Cella pf St. Louis, has had com- simulate an active nymphs up- the sinking artificial directly stream, adding no motion to drifting lure. The second method is easier, and therefore more commonly i vised. After casting up, or down- position themselves stream, and letting the nymphs inches below petition for the right to run horse? in Hot Springs, mainly because the club owns Oaklawn Park track in the state. only The three bids, one of which was filed by Cella's firm, have not been opened, and the Racing Commission can't look at them until Pulaski Chancery Court gives its permission. The commission is under a temporary restraining order ing from the stream bottom to search for a boulder or weed that will lead him -out of the riv- ed up in leisurely fashion. Every fly nsnerman meets '"- 1 - 10 al least once season; the By FARLE.Y MANNING IRRESPONSIBLE, OWNERS More often than one likes to admit, says Raymond J. Hanfield, exeuctive secretary of 'the National Dog Welfare Guidl .official'non- profit sponsor of National Dog Week (Sept. 18-24), the wrong kind of animals are to be found in a dog catcher's truck. Instead, the owners of these dogs should be found behind the iron grating — owners who are careless, indifferent, unappreciative persons who should never own dogs because they are unworthy of them and •the responsibility dog ownership entails. Every stray dog put to death in the dog pound comes to this unfortunate end, not through any wrong - doing of his. He is killed 'because the one to whom he gave his loyalty and devotion, his master, didn't care. The stray dog situation is a serious one. Dogs on the loose are a nuisance to neighborhoods. The damage done by them to gardens, shrubbery and lawns is surprising. It has been estimated that the to tal is more than a million dollars annually. Stray dogs can be, and have been, the cause of serious automobile accidents because of humane drivers seeking to avoid hitting them. They are a source of danger, particularly to children who are prone'to pet the stray animal. As disease carriers, they are a menace to their own kind,. Ra -bies, which luckily is rare, would be wiped out if there were no loose dogs. But dogs cannot be justifiably condemned for this. The guilty person to be condemned are dog owners themselves — the million who do not control, care for or rain their dogs to be good canine citizens. When a dog owner buys a dog, he buys the world's greatest example of love and devotion. It is little enough for the dog to expect in return for this, the proper care and training that wip make him obedient and well-adjusted anmial. For "man's best ^friend" can be everyone's best friend if given the right chance. A dog's only desire is to be of service to man. We can help him achieve that by keeping him home where he would really rather be. New York Cleveland Chicago Detroit Boston "Washington Kansas City Baltimore 27 14 ..69223 14 .622 S' 22 15 .595 .579 4 .415 11 .405 H .378 12 .325 14 22 16 17 24 15 22 14 23 13 27 Yesterdays Results Boston IB, Washington 0 New York 6, Baltimore 2 Detroit 1, Chicago 0 Cleveland at Kansas City rain) Today's Games New York at Baltimore (night Cleveland at Kansas City nig Washington at Boston Chicago at Detroit Brooklyn Chicago New York Milwaukee t. -Louis ' Cincinnati Philadelphia Pittsburgh NATIONAL LEAGUE I W L Pet. G 28 10 .737 23 17 .575 0 .550 .487 .472 10' .459 10 22 18 19 20 37 19 17 20 15 23 .395 , 12 26 .310 1C Yesterday's Results New York 3, Brooklyn 1 f Milwaukee 7, Chicago 5 " Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh 2 St. Louis 7, Cincinnati 4 Today's Games Brooklyn at New York Milwaukee at Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis (night) Philadelphia at Pittsburgh SOUTHERN ASOCIATION W L Pet. C Atlanta New Orleans Chattanooga Birmingham Memphis Nashville Mobile Little Rock 28 18 .609K 26 17 .605 29 20 .592 25 20 .556 .532 .489 25 22 23 24 15 29 '13 34 5 .341 12 .277 15 Yesterday's Results Memphis 5, Little Rock 2. New Orleans 9, Mobile 0. Nashville 4, Birmingham 2 Atlanta 4, Chattanooga 1. Today's Games Chattanooga at Atlanta. Nashville at Birmingham. Memphis at Little Rock. New Orleans at Mobile. By. The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 3; Charleston 0 Toledo 4; Louisville 1 Denver 6; St. Paul 0 Minneapolis 17; Omaha 6 TEXAS LEAGUE Beaumont 5; Dallas 4 nings) Shreveport 3-2; Fort Worth Tulsa 6; 'San Antonio 1 Houston 11; Oklahoma City WESTERN LEAGUE Sioux City 1; Lincoln 0 Des Moines 6; Wichita 4 Pueblo at Colorado Sp postponed. Leaders in the Major Leagues By United Press Ford to Defend Ft. Wayne Title FORT WAYNE, Ind. M>) — Doug Ford of Kiamesha Lake, N. Y., onened defense of his title; in the $15,000 Fort Wayne Open golf tournament today against a classy field of nearly 100 contenders. Gene Liltlor, top money winner few!'his year with more than. .$21,000, headed the list of challengers <n the sixth annual tourney on > the Elks Country Club's gullied 6,555- yard course. The 72-hole competi- will continue through Sunday. Ford won the $2,400 top money LEADING BATTERS (Based on 100 Official at NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H Ashburn, Pa. 27 109 2044 .41 Mueller, N.Y. 37 155 19 56 Schoendienst, St. Louis 36 137 23 48 .„,.., Virdon, St. L. 31 12322 42 .3*'Kluszewski, Cin. 36 141 24 47 .3:5? Campanella, Bkn. 38 141 26 47 . AMERICAN LEAGUE Kuenn , D e troi t 36 151 25 57 . Kaline, Detroit Power, K. C. Mantle, N.Y. Lollar, Chicago 3 Home Runs 38 150 29 54 .3i 30 117 26 4?v3. : ' 39 135 42 46?.3' 34 105 18 34 .31; — KluszewsK In the last few days or trout hump, or bulge, the water, fl . om nar fo , some of them cftt the surface with P few their dorsals, but usually the hours of^his life cycle the nymph; buslness of nymphing is silent, with has to arrive some place where fish just sucking at ihcir food. wlW'ch prohibits opening of the sealed bids. - n slow flowing s t re ams and A hearing on whether to make lak whe n-great quantities permanent 1he order is scheduled in the court here for June 13. AH o»h«r mqii™ On* mpnth t _™w^ irtonthi J.W 4 Canvas Awnings and metal awnings, Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Buu Cleaning. CGOPER.WUANKENSHIP Formerly Rjley Cooper 1915 Te*as Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. May 14-1 Mo. CHURCH OF GOO IN CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennis, Paster 19:45 a. m. Sunday School Mrs. Myrtle Richardson, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship f p. m. jr. P. W. W. 8 p. ra. Evening Worship The Silver Swan Singers of Kansas City, Kan., will give a musical " "" ' program a>t the Antioch Baptist Mor? than 200 kinds of birds have Church Sunday, May 29, sponsored S»een seen in the Shenandoah Nat' by t^ e Missionary society. The ional Park. SPECIAL CLOSi OUT J GROUPS Of HAT CQVIKS OKUHOMA Till ft ,fPfP^r^W» public is invited. Coal in Michigan's upper peninsula is estimated by geologists to be about 500 million years 014 — some millions of years older than any other coal deposit. he can shed his skin and the The t tg , eyes are f d n the surface and irs llseless to tr y tempting them with any i'ly sunk or floating, that docs not simulate a hatching nymph. Beginning anglers often interpret this surface activity as a to place is roughly duplicated by this mid-depth technique. There are occasions, especially in of last year by clioping 18 a 270 total. strokes Art Wall Jr., of Pocono Manor, nymphs rise from the bottom to „ • (1 problem, but nothing hatch on top of the water. ....... Trout understand this and certainly anticipate the event. They (Distributed by NEA Service) could be further from tne fact. sponsored by group No. 2 of Beebee Memorial CME Church. R. 'D. George, captain. The public is invited. There will .be a weiner roast and ice .cream supper at Mt. gion CME Church Saturday nigbt, May 28 sponsored, by steward board, Rev. 1. M. Manning, pastor, There will be a weiaff r«a«t at Mrs. Mary L. Marshall has been called to the 'bedside of her son, Howard who is ill in Los Angeles, California. Friends of Mrs. Van Smith of Fu>ton will regret to know that she is ill in a local hospital. Lou Wicje 'Booth of El Dor- Bodies of Two Token From Loke MALVERN (UP) — The bodies of' two men were recovered late today from Lake Catherine near Jones Mill. They had drowned sometime Tuesday when their boat overturned. The body of Ifosea Parks, 68, Benson, was found floating on the lake late yesterday about a quarter mile up the channel from Remmel dam. The body was found by Malvern City Patrolman Marion Harper, State Trooper Kenneth Bean, Wot Spring County Deputy Sheriff -Eugene Harris, and a vol- VUlteer Jon.es Pa., who won the 1953 tourney in a playoff with Gary Middlecoff, also was back for another try. Veterans besides Ford and Wall included Johnny Palmer, Charlotte N. C.; Ed (Porky) Oliver and Marty Furgol, both of Lemont, III.; Bo Wininger. Oklahoma City, Julius Boros, Mid-Pines, N. C.; ;Ted Kroll, Utica, N. Y., and Peter Thomson of Australia, British Open champion. Redlegs 12; Snider, Dodgers i; Mantle, Yankees 11; Zernial, AtlV: letics 11; Mays, Giants 10; Can" panella, Dodgers 10; Berra, Ya kees 10. Runs Batted In — Campanell:" Dodgers 40; Snider, Dodgers 3f Berra, Yankees 35; Kaline, Tigei :' 34; Mantle, Yankees 34. Runs Mantle, Yankees Mill. The body of Al Osborne, 65, ofi Malvern, was found early today May Let River Drive Contract LITTLE ROCK (A - A contract Bauer, Yankees 39 Snider, Dodi ers 35; Smith, Indians 35; Dart Giants 31; Bruton, Braves 31. • Hits — Kuenn, Tigers 58; Mue. ?• ler, Giants 56; Kaline, Tigers 53 'If, Dark, Giants 49; Aaron, Braves 4£V? Pitching (Based on 4 decisions M — Newcombe, Dodgers 1.000; Arroyo, Cardinals Jeff coat, Cubs 5-0) 1.000; Turley Yankees (8-1 .889; Conley, Brave (7-D .875. by a dragging crew made up of,for building the second section of Malvern Police Sergeant Pete Sesser, Deputy Sheriff Milburn Gill, and Wayne Deaton of Malvern. The men went fishing Tuesday morning and failed to return home by late afternoon. Their wives notified officers, and the search began Tuesday night. this city's Arkansas River Drive project may be let ?it the next Commission, Chief Engineer Ward Goodman of the State Highway Department said yesterday the contract may be awarded if plans C80 be completed before the scheduled June 22 meeting of the commission. The second section inclines ramps leading to the Main Street George Westinghouse is credited bridge across the river between Little Rock and North Wttle ||<ick. With obtaining patents for an aver- The first contracl; |or the Project, age ot one new invention every six [designed to relieve, downtown, weefcs, fpr $1 years, fie here, wag Jet ja.st week, Fights Last Night By The Associated Presi New York Madison Square Oat den) — Carmelo Costa, 1SJ9 1 /' Lulu Perez Brooklyn, 10. Charlotte, N.C. — Bobby plvant, 131, Charlotte, outpo Johnny O'Brien, 126, Boston, Dublin, Ireland — , Ray Fame 1 chon, 125, France, outpointed Bi! ly Kelly, l25i/ 2 , Dublin, ig. F«me chon retained European weight title. Oscygen, mostly in comWntUar*"" -* iW9tih,er u . hfitf tb<j earth,'*! crus* , May 28, t$SS jtAJ, fldPi. AfttAfltAt •f CMdt Yfttftf OZARIC IKI '•ll 1 L PAGWQOD. I'M GOING SHOPPING•-CAN VOU CHANGE A BILL r VOU CANT PULL THAT OLD GAG ON ME--VOU JUST GET ONE TEN FOR A FIVE I THINK I WAS <H" FLIMFLAMMED, AT THAT •?'- : ('"Ywll THATSSIGHT, UERCMCM J AN HONORARY .- g OF TO UUNKSR eues AW NO, YOU DON'T MEMBER .'AN 1 NEXT YEAR WHEN I'M WELU I AGAIN VLI_ / PITCH ON \ BLlNKf RIWS'l YOU'RE A JUNIOR BUG =• LITTLE . LEAGUER? TH D\DNT LIKE 6ASE6AU,, •y Mktoel O'Mollcy and RolpH OUT OtHt WAY Answer to Previous Pjizle 10th U. S. President HIS-) WELL,WELL HILL.'HI/ r^lF ITAIM'T '10, AMSS LAN©. LOOKS lIKfc MX) ^ HOW \t& LET THE FAT ONES i \v, &O UP FIRST TO A\\\\ BUILD HIM UP FOR <AU\\ THE SHOCK. WHEN HE SEES- THE .SHAPE STILL IN/ HE'S ALWAYS WISH- IMS HE WAS BACK OM THE RANCH WITH YOU.' , JUfff PlCKK? 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