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i Aim t-'tTfr •*!;•> rf<f,- ' ' " - 1 "* <-' "* ^5^A'V. MOM STAR. HOPE; ARKANSAS ttW f UftNlTUftl Wi**»CRy LlmlH II OlflM Wifer ••»«!• 74*1 M«|Ht, AHb CLASSIFIED AM MUM §• D«y •**•<•« WANT At* RATES tft* ttert oweimti aildttfed *im »h* dtfitondirtfl th* dtcourtt il wh*n • »»ot«m«nt ft • reftdtr *d. i>n< 4,-J. t 'Mill's Used Shots lARGAlN HOUSE from Pott Office •16 DISCOUNT FLOOR MODELS SINGIR SEWING CENTER ; 1M ftouth Elm Phone 7-5840 Numb* Of Up to IS 16 ftt 20 S- • ar j J.20 1.39 1.SCT Doyt ..« 1,20 1.50 1.10 2.10 2.40 5l« Orti boy! Month 1.50 4.50 2.00 2.59 3.00 3.50 4.00 Political 4.50 5.00 !$ CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 6.00 7.50 4 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 1 »*"• •••>••> *ge (Mr K*h J J|2*J • «0c P«r Ihth 6 tlm«« soe pit inch ftotel qudfod obov» or* for corv Mcutlv* 'nM»tl0n*< Ifrtfliilor or The Btlf II •tithdflzed to ftotiftc* (hit th* foiiow MindltJ»t« for publte • (hit th* foiiowtog .re ottlc* WWeef ttt th« Mtldr ftfth* Dimodratlc DrJtnury eltctfo&li YOU NEED LUMBER? Dimension, Sldlrrg, 848, flooring, 10"-12" Rough boxing. C. B. WADDLE LBR. CO. or 7-4974 Low Cost Insurance v ?UITATI FARM: MUTUAL •* f v Contact HORACE HUBBARD 16th -, Phone 7-243« *"• "d* w» »ok« trw one-da/ All dally clalslfltd odvertlslhd ceby •ill b» > accMMtf until S p. m. fcj pubneotlofi th« foltewlnfl day. _Trw publisher* r«s*rVr the rloht fo —--i or Wit all odvtftiwriMmt «f. for publication and to r«)«et any objectionable odv.rtl.lng Mb- miffed «±!£ d * £.2? £. ""i •**** P'Hi?* w «flOf« luefi at houM or '•HK°5f """*•» «*un» *i or» Wo*. .jKi^Ji* .»&;!«»J* «*££ to our attention. fof-bNLY-t^-QrJE'lncw^ttnaftlo^ i PROSPECT 7-34:31 Foir__ StJpER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L.' Murphy for detail*. 8-tt Golfdom Hat New Nome of the Top 'FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UP) :- Golfdom had a new name to reckon with today on the, heels of Do%v Flhsterwald's solid victory in the 15,000 Ft. Wayne Open golf tournament. The 25-year-old pro from Bedford Heights, Ohio, 'Won his fir*t major tournament with a 19-undeV par 269 over the 72-ho1e route rfe fit-ed a filial round fiVe-under pdr 61 yesterday to shade defetldiri" champion Doug Ford of kiamif- sha Lake, N.Y., .by three strokes Flnsterwald's victory earned him a check for $2,400. picked up 1,800. For^l Help Wonted WANTED — Experienced waltresa. Apply In Person. Mac's Restaurant, 409 E. Third or house nefct door. Ift-tf For R«nt two room apartment, ne'wly decorated. Garage. No children. Elm'. Mrs. Judson, 220 N. 19-lt WANTED, at. once. Raw^lgh dfea- ; ler in SoUth Hempstead Cpiinty., 'or Hope.'See Sales '•'.manager*.'-! -to 1 ' day or write. .P. p.:Box-2467,''pi-* Sola .Station,•.•: Memphis;',.Tenn., Rawleigh's ,;. Depti i Memphis, Tenn. ' ff' Waht«d MAfTRESSCS A Maftiin C*. large furnished rooms, private bath, upstairs. 203 High Street. 27-3t CROWN WESTERN SHARES «t?'V«™ffledJncom« funt PMtpeetii* available from M.S. BATES SS^y fJtm,m,^ ' • > IMiom 7-44M P'S SERVICE 67 Wett of Hop* ELECTRIC WELDING J Inhere. Call Tractor repair*. BEDROOM, private bath'and p- vdtc ehtrance. 319 North Elhi. ?honc 7-3391. 27-6t HOMES for kittens. Please "contact Mrs. tt. O. Kyler; Jr., Pho'ne 7.-36V 64..-;., ^ •,,;.. ,- .. •,.. 25:31' For Sato SAND, Gravel, topsoll, fill dirt. Phont 7Hl3i«. A. L. Park. May 15-1 Mo. TWO BEDRQOM home block from Brookwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf The Negro '.^H. ' ... ' ^^ ' . Or By Helen Turner Phone 7-6830 at Hicks Funeral Homa NATIONAL Brooklyn Chicago tfew York e St. Louis Milwaukee Cincinnati Philadelphia x-Pittdburgh (*-Poes not Include yesterd a y's suspended second game.) ] .Yesterday's Results i ; Brooklyn 8, New York 5 1 ' • Chicago 1, Milwaukee 6 i< . St. Louis 7, Cincinnati 2 '•> Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh 2 I' (Second game suspended, c u*r- few). i LEAGUE W L Pet, 3010 .750 25 17 22 20 18 20 19 22 18 21 37 23 12 28 .595 .524 S\.474 11;:-. .403 llVi • 402 112/T .425 13i .300 18j f-trfrr*.*,* - ^ Today's Games Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (2) Philadelphia at New York (2 Milwaukee at Cincinnati (2) Chicago at St. Louis 2. New York Cleveland Chicago Detroit Boston Washington SIX BEDROOM, 2 story house 'with 2%* baths, flea,! for rooming houqe,, 2, blocks from town. Priced right.. 52; SoiUh Main. W. H. Fincher,>Phone 7-2209, May TWO.FRAME' homes, with acre- S?t' . C4 !2 se '' n> low dPV" 1 Payment. SAMUELS' REAL ESTATE Ph- ohe 7;3766. May 17-1 Wo. W <v BEE-T-MITE ., #ifl * „ T«fml»«' Conrrol S«rvk« <f^Fr»e*l«p«etion uW < •• 4* -J''-- 1 . < l Operated br v4K f ^> f f, ' ''" YGRIGG Service pelfcf ' 109 South Main St. 7 3445 or OWN DEER tie baler, side" de- Uyery rake and young horse. B. B. Green. Patrnos. 27-6t Boat and outboard Odis Harvey at D There will be a wiener -roast, at the City park Tuesday .night; May:jKansas City 31,.; sponsored' by group No; 2 ot Baltimore BeeBee'Me'rriorialYCME Chuicti. R, P, George, captaiij.'. . , /. . ; The senior choir of BeeBee -•Me* morial CME Church will rehearse. Thursday night, . Jirfie 2rat'7i30;: > Senior and Juhior-chior, of Garrett Ghapel Baptist Church will rehearse Tuesday oiight, May 31. at -7.: 30. , Choir No. 2 of Bethel' A]^E : e - ch will rehearse • Tuesday, night y* .31, at 7:30. : ; : : Senior choir of .¥S N! Ill lite Control Co. BONDED INSURED . GUARANTEED Fo/.Frce Inspection coll . . . , 0. Mlddlebrookt Jr. 65^7-2822 or 7-3791 Oft«r«d MATTRESS nnovatlon end inoar- iff tag work, Cobb MttfreM Co. W South WMhtafton, Phon. f-aea. Montgomery Market, Cut- torn taUfhteiiBf. Phon. 7-S3«l. 10-1 Mo. MOVINO7 Long DJstahce Moving All Moving Rates are not the Same, Call c611ect 592 Prescott Transfes ar»d storage Inc. Pyes- cptt, Ark. Free Estimate. , ' . , May PIANOS TUNEt), repaired; rebuilt;' workmanship guaranteed. Writ H. D. Woosley, Prescott, Ark. 19-d AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 21 12 .707 25 14 24 15 22 18 18 25 16 23 14 25 13 29 .641 .615 3 4 .550 Qi/2 .419 12 .410 12 .359 14 .310 ^.Yesterday's Results .New York 1, Baltimore 0 Chicago 9, Detroit 3 Boston 12, Washington 7 .Cleveland 4, Kansas City 2 • .' Today's Games Cleveland .at. Chicago (2) Kansas C.ity at Detroit (2) New York at Washington (2 Baltimore^ at BostonV(2) COTTCiN STATE LEAGUE Moritfoy, May 30, 1955 "• -, ... - --•-"—— •* Legion Meets Bierne Team Tonight at 8 The Hope Legionnaires will be trying for their third straight win tonight as they play the ' Bierne baseball nine in a game starting at 8 p. m. in Legion Park. Blerhe has a 6-2 record this season. They have a 6-gamc wihning srehk going after dropping their first two games. Reeder huadieston or Charles Gough will be on the mound for the Legionnaires. Bratlon, " Bierne<|> top ace, will do the hurling for the visitors. The 'Legionnaires will travc 1 , to Plain Dealing, La., for a contrast Wednesday night and the same two teams will have a return gamo in Legion Field on Friday night. The starting line up for Hope to-. night is: C-Duke, Lb-Bcasley, 2b- White, SS-Johnson, 3-b-B. Gunter, If-W. H. Gunter, cf-Filogamo, and rf-Nix. IT ROLLS ON "PILLOWS"—This odd-looking vehicle is a "Teracruzer" — an experimental, cargo earner that rolls along on eight low-pressure air pillows which conform to the ground instead' of resisting it, as ordinary, tires do. It's the first vehicle built to use this type of tire, which elirnl-" nates-bumps and the need for.springs. Tire bags are three and a half feet in diameter, five feet' long' and are inflated • with only .three to five pounds of air pressure per square inch. The tera- cruzer is 12 feet long, 26 feet wide and 10 feet high. Bubble on top of cab provides greater visibility for the navigator, \vho will accompany-the driver on long hauls in arctic regions. Army Ordnance Corps helped .develop the vehicle, built by Four Wheel Drive Auto Company. It's shown .-'• '..;•• above in Clintonville, Wis. A. G. Smith of Richmond,: Calif Is. visiting-Ws- parents-- Mr>- and Mrs. yan Smith -in pulton. Mrs. • Ellen. Mc'Coilum .left Saturday night for Chicago, she will spend severaJ ng 'relatives' a'nd friends' • ' • ~ ' m Leading Batters in the Majors By United t JADING; BATTERS Kuenri- Detroit HOUSE moving, reasonable rates Mack Hlllery, Prescott, Phon W4-K11. May 23-lMo WATCH and Jewelry Repair. Le Kejth,'s ^ime your wa^ch electri cally for accuracy! KEITH JEW STORE. 24-6 Funtral Directors Hope Star OAKCRE5T Funeral, Home, fasur fence . , . Ambulance. 2nd & Ha fej,. . Phone 7-2133. 13-1 Mo lift; PWM lf«7 tanuiry II, Home and Burial Association Prompt Ambulance Service. Pbou* 7-5570 or 7-5505, Z3-1 Mo Awnings Canvas Awnings and metal awn- Ings, Manufacture Venetian Winds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning, CQOP1?R-BT,ANKENSHIP , Texas Ave. Phone 33-1841 Texarkana, May J4-1 Mo. Mola MALE IfEJjP WANTED OVERSEAS jqbs. High Pay. Men, 4 ° 1S8 30 21 Dorado Hot Sprin-gs Greenville Monroe' Pine' Bluff Vicksburg 18 11 17 13 15 13 36 14 .621 .567 .536 .533 35 15 .500 3'/ 2 8 23 .258 11 , Yesterday's Results Greenville 4, «ot Springs 2 El Dorado 13, Pine Bluff 9 .'• Monroe 17, Vicksburg j'10 Today's Games Greenville • at El Dorado .Monroe at Pine Bluff Hot Springs at Vidksburg SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION _. 44 • W L Pet. GB Chattanooga 31 21 .596 29 20 .592 26 18 .591 Atlanta few Orleans Jirmingham 26 21 Memphis 26 22 .3ci Nashville • 24 25 Mobile ' 16 29 kittle Rock , iz 35 Ashburn, Pa. Mueller, N, Y. 30 120 23'47 ,392 39 163 1959 .362 Yesterday's Results Chattanooga 7-1, Atlanta 1-2 Birmingham 5, Nashville 4 ' Memphis 6-3, Little Rock 4-0 (first game 15 innings, second suspended, curfew) By FARLEY MANNING DOGS IN FOLK TALES Dogs have .been .heroes of folk W Vtv Pct~ f*R tales since long before --'the- writ• UD .ten word. Beowulf's band of fight- ling earls wore the ,Images of boar hounds on their helmets. Fionn iMacCuhail, who .drove the giants out of .Ireland, was companioned by his wolfhound, Brand. A spectral dog who'must have : been a' Corgi laces in and out of Welsh legend. Aboriginal Alaskan - lore embraces the Malamute. When folklore merged into creative .literature the dog went along. Washington Irying's iR.eip van Winkle was accompanied"by his hound Walter D. Edniond's Old Mose was greeted by Daniel B60ne at the gates of heaven. Hereodotus did'not distinguish between folktale arid .history when a dog was, : concerned. A king of Albania, the historian • recited with straight face, .sent a Mastiff to Cyrus the Great about 550 B C as the, only-gift fit from king to king. 'Matched for battle first against a Persian dog'and then a •bull, the Mastiff snubbed them fcoth. Albania .answered Cyrus ''/a 1 .553 .542 .490 .356 Hi, .271 16 New Orleans 'at M o bile (nnd ' • rain) Runs Batted lh Snider,'Dodee^ 41, Carnpanella Dodgers 40; Be^ a. Yankees 35; Ka^Urie, y& n k e 34; Vernon, Senators 34 ' Runs — Mantle, Yankees Bauer, Yankees, 40; 'Smith, 43; In- 36; 59;; Dark, 5^hf ISfV-^?. Hits — Mueller, Giants Kuenn, Tigers 57; Kaline, 7; Dark; Giqnts 52; Braves 52. Pitching - (Based on 4 deci- lons) — Newcombe, Dodgers 7 1.000; Jeffcpat, Cubs (6-0) 1.000- Arroyo, Cardinals 5-0) 1.000' Turey, Yankees 8-1) . 88 9; ; Conley Praves (7-1) .875 ^umey, Memphion Wins Jonesboro Mecf JONESB.ORO I*) — Curtis Peron of Memphis, a short hitter us- Today's Games Chattanooga at Atlanta Nashville at Birmingham Memphis at New Orleans Little Rock at Mobile. By The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 9-4; Louisville 3-3 Denver 5-11; St. Paul 3-4 Minneapolis 8-5; Omaha 7-1 Charleston 11-2; Indianapolis 1Q- TEXAUS LEAGUE :? San Antonio C-4; Tulsa 5-6 Houston 3-4; Oklahoma City 2-2 Beaumont 5-6; Dallas 3-9 Fort Wprth' 6-1;, Shveveport 5-2 .WESTERN LEAGUE Colorado Springs 7; Rincoln "5 Pueblo 8-0; Des Moines 7-1 (first game 11 innings) Sioux City 7; Wichita 3 Americans Favored in British Meet ST. ANNES, England (ffl— Britain' biggest amateur golf championship ever opened today and as usual a handful of Americans were among the favorites. There are 45 Yanks entered and any of a dozen could win it. Originally, 60 Americans intended to try their luck over :the. 6,G57-yard Royal Lytham and St. Anhes course, but 15 scratched.. Three quarters of I e draw will play their first round today and the other quarter will get started tomorro.w. The top fw o sections also will play their second round matches tomorrow with the 36-holc final slated for Saturday. British writers, almost to a man gloomily predicted an all- American semifinal. disappointment with an explanation. Try an elephant; nothing less was fit to try a Mastiff's metal The Mastiff wrestled the elephant to the ground. Theft she mothered the breed which, when it reached Britain, • Chaucer called Alaunt. Courage, devotion, ; companionship and stanchness ..are the 'cll'ar- acterlstics of all dogs in'folk tales because they, are the common qualities mankind has found in dogs. Perhaps the greatest of these s stanchness. A .well-bred well •eared dog is dependable. Sportsmen have a favorite yarn first put nto print almost a century ago by >tonehenge, a classic doggy . a nd- porting writer. A British grouse unter lost his Pointer on the loors. Returning a year later, he ound the skeleton dog pointing a keleton bird, pinned to immobili- y by the stanchness of the dog's ppint. That tale has been repeated in some quarters as gospel truth. Sports in Brief By MURRAY ROSE Of The Associated Press Two promising 23-year-old welterweights with a walloo, Gene Poirer, of Niagara Falla, N.Y and Miguel Diaz, of Cuba, clash xinight a 10-rounder at New York's St; Nicholas Arena. In his last outing a month ago, Poirer, an ex-platoon sergeant in Korea, knocked out Johnny Busso with one punch in the third round. His won-lost-draw record is 10-1-2 Diaz, making Jus television debut! has won five straight over U. S fighters. His record is 40-7-2 with 26 knockouts. Du Mont will telecast at 8 nm (CST). ' ' Good Weatfter for Race at Indianapolis By DALE BURGESS INDIANAPOLIS W — Perfect uto-racing weather —bright sunshine, low. temperptures and little wind — was''forecast today, for the 39th running of the 500-mile Memorial Day race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. . Officials of the American- 'Automobile Assn. contest board, Which runs the show, freely predicted a track record unless accidents slow About Time to Take Chicago Cubs Seriously By. JOE REICHLER Of The Associated Press — It's high time for the rest of tlfll National League clubs to start taking the youth-minded Chicago Cubs seriously. Six straight series triumphs and .13 victories in their last 17 games have entr e nched last year's seventh-placers firmly in the runner-up 'spot, six games behind the league-leading Brooklyn Dodgers and three in front of the defending champion New York Giants today. „. With the only big name —oia- fielder Hank Sauer — sittin on the bench, the Cubs have been do- pending- mostly upon sophomores and unheralded (first-year |men. And from the looks of things, they might wind up with both the Rookie of the Year and Sophomore of the Year honors. It was sophomore Ernie Banks who drove in four runs with a grand-slam homer and it was rookie Bob Spcake • who scorqA three times and drove in the first ,. of five, runs in the big third inn 'hg that-'gave the Cubs a 9-6 vie- || ory over the Milwaukee Braves yesterday. • The Dodgers took the rubber of their three-game series from the Giants 8-5 to maintain their six- game bulge on the Cubs. Duke Snider, Junior Gilliam and Jackie Robinson homered. Stan Musial's three-run home, helped the St. Louis Carolina Former featherweight champion Willie (Rep.) of Hartford, Conn. 188-7-1 faces young Joey Cam of Boston (32-5) in a fill-in fight at the Boston Arena Wednesday night. The bout marks the shift of the weekly Wednesday, fights from the CBS network, which harl it for years, to ABC. Originally, there was to be title bout between lightweight champion Jimmy Carter and Wallace Bud .Smith out that was postponed when Carter came down with a sore throat. the race. ' " •""" Pirates were leading 8-3 as they T,:,] ir i « • u • -A . came to bat in the seventh when Bill Vukovich of Fresno, Calif, the Penn sy Iva ni a curfew law "ppiinnt " l """" i '" halted the second game. The game Wll The resumed July 8. » Bob Grim won a brilliant I*'' hurling duel from Baltimore's Artie Schallock as the New York Yankees took their sixth straight and their 13th in the last 14 games. Herb Score-struck out five to boost his league-leading total to 82 as the,. 'Cleveland Indians defeated Kansas City 4-2. Chicago's White Sox thrashed Detroit 9-3 and Boston outslugged Washington 12-7. Tom • Poholsky, making his first start since May 7, pitched a severf. hitter for his first victory of the' year and the first for Harry Walker, the new manager, Ted Klus- zewskifs 13th homer with a man n base spoiled his shutout bid. The Athletics come within a whisker of pulling a victory over Cleveland out of the fire. Trailing 4-1 in the ninth, the Athletics sent rookie Herb Score to the showers with, three straight singles that was rated an excellent chance! to become the first driver to win the 500 three straight years. He set a record of 130.84 miles an hour last year in spite of wrecks and a brief storm that forced over 21 minutes of running uhr the yel low "keep your position" flqg. Every one of the 33 starting; cars ran well over 130 mph irj time trials that reduced the original 57 entries, although 13 : little' /dirt track cars sneaked into the, lineup. Wind, wrecks and bad.guesses en the qualifying minimum': kept oome of the faster big cars', but of he lineup. Griggs Going Good for the Lookouts By MERCER BAILEY Of The Associated Press ^ Hal Griggs is stroll to the mound andf' sfevon Btto 9-1 Uqol Notice No. 7740 lu the QHancery Court of M ri 11 ** em P ste »d Coiinty, Ark, Mae Dell Taylor Plaintiff beating a longer knocker who eouWn't make the ball behave on was medalist witji vs, IWCIA , . Defendant defendant, Earl Taylor, is 1 '- ~—-" in this court d answer the plaintiff, Mae Dell Witness my hand and th» seal of said cpurt this J4 day of May ! (he greends. "Person, who a one-under-par 72, defeated" Kenny Lanning of Rolla.Mo., 5 and 3 in the afternoon' championship The new champion gained the final with a 5 and 4 triumph 6ve» Jinr Parkin of Poplar Bluff, Mo., the defending champion. Lanning beat Lee Ranisell of Shreveport. La., 1 up in the semifinals! Lanning got a l-up lead over Person on the second hole, after they split the first hpl?, Person too,k a l-up lead on th.e fifth hole and stretched Jt to 4,<up on the 14th hole. , .,- ,^ first blown written enqe to coal was made by a Chin- 2,100 Mrs. Rushing 1$ Favored fo Win FORT SMITH Ml — The stats women's amateur golf tournament opened here today and defending champion Betty Rushing had established herself as a favorite before she stepped up the first tee. The El Dorado long ball • hitter shot on 83 yesterday in a practice round to lead, the warmup scores Strong winds at HardscrabbJe Country Club sent mogt scores soaring. Behind Miss. Rushing were Mrs. Joe J. Miller of Ho| Springs with an 85 and Mrs. William Bell of Pine Bluff who fired an 88. A longtime champion, Mrs. Gordon Perrin, who won the crown from 1950 through 1954, was approved as an entrant by the Board of the Arkansas Women's Goll''As- sociation. Her husband's firm recently transferred him to tu]sa, out she said she remained at ty>r Bl Dorado home in order to "pjgy in this one last tourn*ment.' r Mrs. Pevrin shot r 91 ptfctlce Wildcat Billy McNeece, a 23- year-old middleweight with mound and':'...,.— Southern Association managers begin bruising their brains trying to figure* how they can run him;, out of the league. '.i ; '.v ; : ' Griggs and his slider ^h^ve whipped every club in the argues this season while the 26-year-old righthander was compiling his 8-1 record. He completed the circuit last night by beating Atlanta 7-1 on five hits in the first game oj a doubleheader. The Sally /League Graduate struck out 13 batters, giving him strong jaw and a yen to fight, and if 5 , strikeouts in 70 innings. Atlan- veteran Paddy Young, of New York, another pugnacious pug, coi- ta's lone run was unearned. Lookout Man ag er Cal Ermer lido in a televised bout at Newi laught Gr 'Sgs the pitching techni- York's Madison Square Gardei Friday night. McNeece, of Centra Jslip, N.Y., has a 13-2 record. The 26-year-old Young's record is 48 10-3. Beaten in his lat two starts former welterweight champion Kic Gayilan should get back on the winning, track Thursday nigh when he meets Gene Burton, an old ex-stablemate from New'York, in his native land. The 10'roundei will be held at Santa Clara, Cuba. Gettysburg Tower Closed to Public GETTYSBURG, P. a UP) -An Observation tower on the his- #>lric Gettysburg ^battlefield was closed over the weekend. A sign reading "temporarily closed" hung over the sair- way of the tower, which for weelcs has been • favorite spot fo? tourists who used binoculars to steal a glimpse of que ho uses with his improved slider, which Griggs calls "a form of fast ball-curve." Atlanta took the nightcap 2-1 behind Bill George's clutch pitching aind Bob Thorpe's (homer. The split left Atlanta half a game behind the Lookouts. jus t orie mile away. A score of persons were chased from the tower by Secret Service men who chained the entrance and then padlocked the stairway. One agent said the tower would be closed whenever t he President visits his farm. same 3ame POOR THIEVES DES MOINES, Iowa, (Vf) — Two brothers, aged 13 »nd J?. left •» telltale clue when they «ioi« 'rom s dairy locker room, er behind. He told police ~wH|t pa.li Monday, May 30, 1955 ft O f I I t A ft . AfttAftiAt •f CMek Ydtrnf 02AIK IKI GETTING UP <(' AND LOOKING^ AT THIS FACE J OF MINE IS T AN AWFUL WAYTOSTAftTJ THE DAY VOU SHOULDN T 8E SO GROUCHY IN THE MORNING-yOU SHOULD SrART THE DAY WITH A SMILE- NO\U SMILE I WOULDN'T MIND DAYS SO MUCH IF THEY DIDNT STAFJT SO EARLY IN THE MORNING LlttLE LEAGUE TEAM MEANS A L6t, DOESN'T a - WIULYF AM 1 NEXT YEAR WHEN VM ALL OUT OUR WAY (•OH, AM'.! "GLAD / A'Y MOTHER / CAWT see THIS/ I SHE'D SAV,'WHY \ CAWT you ( AGEWTLEMAKJ \ LIKE HIM? X_ AWAK6, . INSPECTOR Answer to Pr«viou« Puiil* Colorful Crosswords Rose* 1 •neevoe ' EMERGES PROM A PUZZV WORLD OP 56. Table scraps 57 Watch DOWN 1 Shade of pink 2 "Emerald Isle" 3 Name 4 Censure 5 Kind of bean 6 Official 'decrees ACROSS 1,4 Two of the U. S. Flag's colors 8 White leghorn for instance 12 Metal- bearing rock 13 Similar 14 Region 15 Female relative (co 16 It has white, 24Pennamcof 40 Is vart(juished WASHTUBBS flowers 18 Puzzles 20 Watchful 21 Turn right 22 Goes astray 24 Sea eagles 26 Glacial ridges 27 Cut green grass 30 Rented 32 Dark brown antiseptic 34 Chant . 35 Marsh hollows 36 Goddess of infatuation 37 Melody 39 Roster 40 Shade of green 41 Seine 42 Relish 45 Holy war 49 Gave 51 Sticky black liquid 52 French river 53 Comfort 54 Measures of type 55 Makes lace edging IABCHA.N CAU FAILURE WOULPW'T S^SRTHIV'P RECOVSRiO wpo.THrVri irMUsrdEBESNruaEP YE9, IF TUB ^\ Off COUR*B BV-THE RI6HT SIGNM. 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Put, Iv.om! If all I play is Mojart, how far will I gtt in a jam «"»«>••'»>•*'»" * whip Cincinnati 7-2 and vault into fourth place as the Braves dropped to fifth, one percentage point ahead of the Reds. .' Philadelphia ra n its winning streak to seven straight with a 5-2 triumph over Pittsburgh but the bunted into a force play at thir<$ Jim Finigan singled to load the bases with one out. Reliefer Ray - NarJeski struck out Gus Zernial <£ fpr the second out and Don Mossi another relief pitcher, fanned ! pmch hitter Elmer Valo to end the game. Larry Doby smashed a 500-foot homer for the Indians. Walker Takes Over Cardinals Stankey Fired ST. LOUIS — Harry (The Hat) Walker, all-even as a manager, settled down today in his new job as field boss of the St Louis- Cardinals. Walker, 36, was brought up froirj '" ™ —~e,rial post at the Cards* *P rm . club . Saturday to Louis team from t 0 hi , »-....,•--• - vho has returned g ° ing with the ,lmeup that Stanky u?ed since takirTg over direction of the club for Saturday unZ w ^° UiS lost «« «'st ame under Walker to Cincinnati 5-1 fromT 9 ^ t0 Win fiom. the Redlegs games; ° n tWrd 7-2. base in hirde as ^e Red the bala «ce of the * A*" S* aure P°rted $25,000. A. Busch Jr., -brewery pres dent

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