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"IS* Thursday, June 9, 1$55 t HO P t S TA R , H0 * I, ARKANSAS Thursday/ June 9, t$55 art Usually operated by fig Witt over the hand like ^hile marionettes are % strings. ECIAL CLOSE OUT a GROUPS OF SEAT COVERS kHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY RESIGNATION and AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE APPLIANCE REPAIR B10 £. 3rd 7-&09 «. ft. tank Hlflhw.y 17 Wet* LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Mil* of City LlmlH Wert 'II OilUn Water Barrela for ••(• MMIM 74311 Hope, Ark. YOU NEED LUMBER? Iblmentlon, Sldlito, S4S, flooring, W-ia" RoUgh, boxing. C.B. WADDLE LBR. CO. ] Phonei? fflJSO a or7-4974 £*OWN WESTERN SHARES '•f OlvertMted Income Fund i*r^»ectu« available from r fiVt l i k 0.l. M.S.BATES BEE-T-MITE Control Sertlctr Free Inspection & Operated by UY GRIGG Senrk« policy 109 South Main St. ft«9« T-&« or 7-2772 rtrmite Control Co. < * BONDED INSURED GUARANTEED /For.Free Inspection f cafc. , ..,,. A. D. Middfebwokf Jr. Phpr.es 7-2622 or 7-3791 Experienced Mechanics New & Used PARTS Regular 1 Gal. ^XTRA SPECIAL! SAVE 69 Gql. &9.9 WYLIE (Most & Salvage Co. 7 DAYS A WEEK iFif ; Hope Star lift; ton mr January II, 1?»t .„ avarv weekday afternoon ITA* »UIU$HINO CO. *~ I. Rainier, Pratltfent , M. Wa«hburn, Secy-Tr» ft The Star Vulldlna '•/timber Of Word* Up to 15 6 to 20 1 to 23 6 to 30 1 to 35 ',6 to 40 it to 45 6 to 60 CLASSIFIED Adt Mult Be in Office Day BcfOr* WANT AD RATES All Wont Ad« ora poyJbte In edvartce but 6cfe win be <Sc«epted over fh<* t6l£bH6ft« and oecomodd- tlon accounts allowed wltti the understanding the account Is payable whtfn • »tctf sfnent it" rendered, One Day .43 .60 .75 .90 1.0S 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 ' K bays 1.SO 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 Ort* 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.30 12.00 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t time 75c par Inch 3 time* 60e per irtch 6 times SOc per Ihth Rates queted dbove ore for con- •ecutlve insertions. Irregular or skip- dole ads will lake 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 on* 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 tho ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent NICE 4 room furnished garage apartment, recently re-decorated Also'gar&ge, Phone 7-3497. A "- 4-6 Political Announcement The Star 18 authorized to aft- nounce that the following are candidates fo'r public Office subject to the action of the Democratic ttttoiary electlOBBS • For Mayer B. £. HETTiCJ . H. M. TOLIE) OLSON TALBOT PBILD. JR. Real Estate for Safe WE SELL — we rent — we buy Real Estate. FKANKLOT COMPANY May 9-1 Mo. I own 4 unit Apartment House, good condition, corner lot, paved street, Hope, Arkansas. Anxious sell, would trnde for commercial, such as Service Station. Elmer Dale, Blanco, Texas, Phone 2241, 4-6t Ashburn, Kaline Leading Batters By United Press LEADING BATTERS (Based on 125 Official At Bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE Player and Club G AB R H Pet. Ashburn, Phil. 41 158 30 56 .354 Campanella, Bun. 52 195 37 65 ,333 Kluszewski, Cin. Mueller, N. Y. Virdon, St. L. AMERICAN L)AGUE 48 192 31 64 .H33 50 207 26 88 .329 41 155 24 51 .32!) Kaline, Detroit Kuenn, Detroit 51 199 41 74 .372 43 171 25 62 .363 Powef, Kan. City 44 168 30 55 .327 Vernon, Washn. Lollar, Chicago Horhe ftuns *— 50 179 25 56 .313 41 132 22 41 .311 Snider, Dodgers SPORTS ROUNDUP GAYtfe TALBOT. NEW YOftK (/Pr— There's only one gambler left in the big leagues today, and that is Frank Lane of the Chicago White Sox. The American League is buzzing over ths two player deals swung by the master trader in recent days and wondering "if he has not finally stretched his luck to the breaking point. Here's what it amounts to. land's loss, dropping a 3-1 decision to he Tigers in Detroit because feob Turley again had trouble with wildness and -dropped his third game In a row> Chicago also blew a chance to gain, dropping a 3-2 decision to last-place Baltimore when Hoot Evers hit an eight-in- BEAUTlFtrL 2 bedroom home and garage. 'Newly painted, one block of Brookwood School. Small down payment, move in 710 East 6th. St. NEAR High School at 509 Peach Street.'. Two bedroom arrd garage. Beautiful Yard. Buy owners equity, Move in. See this today. JIM COLE REAL ESTATE - : : '7-et 17; Campanella, Dodgers 17 Kluszewski, Redlegs 16; Mays, Giants 16; Mantle, Yankees 14; Zerniat, Athletics 14. Rune Batted In — Snider, Dbd- gers 58; Campanella, Dodgers 5,5; Kluszewski, Redlegs 40; Mantie, Yankees 39 Mays, Giants 39; Kn- nis, -Phillies 39; Berra, Yankees 39; Kaline, Tigers 39. Runs — Mantle, Yankees 61; Snider, Dodgers 48; Smith, Indians 46; Bruton, Braves 45; Bauer, Yankees 41; Kaline, Tigers 41. Hits — Kaline, Tigers 74; Mueller, Giants 68; Aaron. Braves 68; Campanella, Dodgers 65; Kluszewski. Redlegs 64. PITCHING (Based on 5 Decisions) order to acquire Jim Busby a fleet and stylish outfielder from the Washington Senators, Lane has stripped his pitching staff right down to the bone just when thd Sox have become embroiled in a make-or-break struggle with the Yankees and Indiahs and the double-headers are beginning to pile up. ning homen Kansas City edged Washington, 3-2, when old war- j 1 horse Enos Slaughter hit a pinch- 3 BED Room House, Corner lot Nice home and garage. Shown by appointment. FRANKLIN COMPANY 7-3t FURNISHED Apartment 3 rooms. Private bath, also bedroom with private bath. 1002 3rd., Phone 73184. 8-Ot For Sale SAND, Gravel, topsail, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. May 15-1 Mo. TWO BEDROOM home 1% block from BfOOkWood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf SIX BEDROOM, 2 story house with 2& baths. Ideal for rooming house, 2 blocks from-town. Priced right; 521 South Main. W. H. Flit cher;:,Phone. 7-2209. May 10-1 Mo. TWO FRAME homes, with acre- fage, : close-in, low down payment. 'SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Phone 7-3766. May 17-1 Mo WORMS. Native wigglers and night crawlers. Phone 7-2520. 902 South Elm:.- ' ' . . '6-6t CAB-IN on Little River. Phone 73506. • ' 8-6t TWO Bedrooms-Den, • attic fan, floor furnace, Venetian blinds, large shady lot, FHA, Approved, .Pay Equity, move in. Phone 7 5539. ' 8-3t DUPLEX at 404 West 5th Street < in good condition. Grossed $840. 00 in past 12 months. Now vac ant. Owner says sacrifice can toe-'bougiht on G. T. loan. FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 So. Main St. Phone 7-4691 8-3t LIKE new farmall super 'A' Tractor — Starter lights, touch . O.-matic controls, equipped with planter and fertilizer dist., cult ivator 6' disc, plow, middlebuster, 7"'mower, 6' leveling blade and 2 Sect, borrow. Priced right. See L. Weight 600 W. 3rd. 8-3t FANCY Leaf, all color Caladium at: MONTS SEED STORE. 9-3t Wonted Idlfor « Pufcllh Men»»lf»e Mltor tiifnp Manna* Mtch. lupt. LOCAL Woman with pleasing personality for a part-time job of nature. Applicant should have car for local use. Work would require about eight hours per week. Write Box A, Hope Star, 9-3 Services Offered MATTRES3 renovation and inner- •pring work- Cobb Mattress Co, Sid South Washington. Pbon* M02I. Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361 10-1 Mo MOVING? Long Distance Moving, All Moving Bates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescot Transfer and storage Inc. Pres pott, Ark. Free Estimate. May 14-tf HOUSE moving," reasonable rates fifack Hlllery, Prescott, Phone 842-KH. May 23-lMo See u§ now for your . . . AIR-CONDITIONER Homm Tire & Appliance Co. ». Walnut St. Thick MALTS SHAKES Any For Sale or Trade Player . and Club Newcombe, Dodgers Jeffcoat, Cubs Ford, Yankees Wynn, Indians . Arroyo, Cardinal W Pet. 0 1.000 0 1.000 CASE Hay Baler ih first class condition and rendy to go. Will trade for pickup truck, of equal value. 222 East Division St., Hope, Ark. T. H. Thompson. 7-3t Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. ; l-tf Notice JESS Morris for cus_tom slaughtering and processing meats at Community Ice Co. Phone 72244 or 7-3578. June 3-1 Mo. Awnings Canvas Awnings and metal awnings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. COOPER-BLANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper 1615 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. May 14-1 Mo. COTTON STATES W L Pet. GB El Dorado Monroe Greenville Hot Springs Pine Bluff Vicksburg 24 16 24 16 21 18 21 19 19 21 11 30 .600 .600 .538 .525 .475 .268 13'A Yesterday's Results El Dorado 4, Vicksburg 3 Monroe. 14, Hot Springs 2 Greenville 8. Pine Bluff In maneuvering to land Busby and tighten up his defense, Lane parted with his two best relief pitihers, Harry Dorish going to Baltimore and Bob Chakales to Washington. Dorish is recognized as one of the best short-term men in the game. In the general shuffling of talent, the Sox came by no pitcher of any kind. As of the hour we write, Mana- ager Marty Marion had exactly eight curvers at his call, and two of those were of extremely doubtful value. Bob Keegan, a big winner last season but a sore arm disappointment this year, had worked only 24 innings and yielded 17 earned runs. Morrie Martin had been hazed for six earned runs in 10 relief innings. That left a thin, anxious line consisting of Billy Pierce, Sandy Con suegra Jack Harshman, Mike Fornieles, Virgil Trucks and rookie Dick Donovan to .try to hold' the fort against the Cleveland and Yankee sluggers, column in sight. The only conclusion we can draw at this point is that Lane isn't through and that his mind continues to tick madly along as the une 15 deadline for deals ap proaches. Our best guess would be that the Barnum of the midway has a promising reliefer spottec somewhere in the minors. Until he does come up with one the Sox are on treacherous ground. single with the bases loaded in the ninth. -. • Long's homer at Pittsburgh gave rookie Ronnie Kline nn eight-hit triumph, his third. He struck out eight in a duel with Bob Rush, vho struck out nine and gave up jut five hits before going oul for i ninth inning pinch hitter. -Bobby Hofman hit a pinch-single ,o deliver the winning run for the Giants after errors by Alvin Dark and rookie Gail Harris gave Mil- vaukee five earned runs Today's Games El Dorado at Greenville Vicksburg at Hot Springs Pine Bluff at Monroe Chattanooga Memphis Atlanta. New Orlenas Birmingham Nashville Mobile Little Rock Mole Help Wonted STAFF MEMBERS WANTED Representing one of the fastest growing health protection plans in existence. The Pyramid plan of Kansas. Hos-~ pital, Medical and surgical, income insurance. No previous experience needed. We will train you. We supply you with leads. The policies are so liberal that they practically sell themselves. Our men are accustomed to making over $100 a week. There i:; no ceiling on what you can earn and you will be performing a worthwhile service to the people of this area. Contact L. C. HALL P, O. Box 657 EL DORADO, ARKANSAS Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home, Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel... Phone 7-2128. 13-1 Mo. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB "outs" and two un- in te ninth. Harris I earlier hit a homer, his first. Jim Piersall's fourth hit. a double, and Sam Dente's fumble and Wild-throw on a grounder by Billy Godoman gave Boston its winning run.'Gene Stephens hit a three-run Boston homer. Vic Wertz, Ralph Siner, and Al Rosen hit Cleveland lome runs. Turley walked 10 including four in a weird fourth when Detroit scored twice. ' Rookie Frank Lary gave up eight hits and struck out six to win his sixth game. Slaughter's .drive gave Cloyd Boyer a six-hit triumph and broke up a duel with Bob PortcrOeld Clint Courtney in his first time at bat for Washington hit a homer while Harry Simpson homered for K, C. The homer by Evers gave Don ohnson a well-earned relief victory for Baltimore. He pitched four-hit ball for the seven innings ne worked. Johnson's IHh Inning Homer Beats Nashville Wayne Johnson's home run in the eleventh inning gave the Hope Legionnaires a 5-4 win over the Nashville Cubs in Nashville last night. This was Hope's fifth win against or-? loss. The Leeionnaires scored two runs in the first, but Nashville came right back to tie it up with two runs in the bottom of the same inning. Then after seven scoreless innings Hope picked up two more runs in the ninth and Nashville came back and tied it up again as Lewis Carpenter socked a home run with one on. Joe Barrentine was the .winner going all the way. This is his fifth straight win for 'the season. Lewis Carpenter was chargod with the loss. Tonight (Thursday) the Legion- laires are host to. the Malvern Independents. Game time is 8 p. m. at Legion Park. Friday night Hope Star plays the Citizens National Bank at 7:30 and tonight Rotary goes to Nashville for a 7:30 game in Big League play. NOT SO SAFE SAN FRANCISCO (UP)— Willie Mae Benson complained to police today that a light fingered thieto jj stole $5 from her while she WaS f taking a nap. She said she awoke to find five $1 bills gone from a purse • sh(i had stuffed into her brassiere for safekeeping.- The U. N. Food and Agriculture Arganization says that the average diet of the world's human beinga was inadequate before World War II and that it got worse during, thfl war and still worse after the war. 37 24 31 25 33 27 30 25 31 26 28 29 23 32 .607 .554 .550 .545 .544 .491 31/2 3'/2 4 4 7 .418 11 17 42 .288 19 Yesterday's Results Birmingham 11, Atlanta 7 •Mobile 3, Little Rock 2 New Orleans 5, Memphis 4 Nashville at Chattanooga, poned. rain). (post- Today's Games Atlanta at Birmingham (2) Nashville at Chattanooga New Orleans at Memphis Mobile at Little Rock NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Brooklyn 9 Chicago New York Milwaukee St. Louis Cincinnati Philadelphia Pittsburgh 40 12 31 21 27 26 26 26 21 27 21 28 21 30 17 34 .769 .596 .509 13 '/a .500 14 .438 17 .429 17'/ 2 .412 18 </ 2 .333 22'A Yesterday's Results New York 5, Milwaukee 4 Brooklyn 3, Cincinnati 1 Pittsburgh 2, Chicago 1 St. Louis at Philadelphia rain) HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5500. 83-1 Mo. The Negro Community By Melon Turn*r Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Hem* the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shefter Hubbard Friday night, June Benefit Mt. Zlon Church. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Witherspoon have returned tp • their home in Detroit, Mich., after spending several day visiting Mrs. Qllie M. Woods and Mrs. Lue ID. Cheatham, and other relatives. Miss |?va P. Frierson i s attending the wedding of Miss Tayelige in Naples. Texas. -Mr, and Mrs. Williams Stand field and grandson of Call, Tex-, is yjslting Mrs.. Josephine Johnson, and relatives. W«jw W^a* wiWJ!-*, m Today's Games Chicago at Pittsburgh St. Louis at Philadelphia (n) Milwaukee at New York Cincinnati at Brooklyn AMERICAN New York Chicago Cleveland Detroit Washington Boston Kansas City Baltimore LEAGUE W L Pet GB 36 17 .679 29 19 30 20 29 22 22 28 23 30 19 32 16 36 .604 .600 .569 4'/ a 4>/3 6 .440 12'/2 .434 13 .373 16 .308 Yesterday's Results Baltimore 3, Chicago 2 Boston 5, Cleveland 4 Kansas City 3, Washington Detroit 3, New York 1 Today's Games Baltimore at Chicago James Hamilton of Nashville died at his home Monday, June 6. Funeral arrangements are incom- ...... T * annual election of officers June 7. _ at the regular meeting place. All There Will be a wiener roast at officers were re-elected as previous ly installed. Newcombe Likely One to Win 30 Games By CARL LUNDQUIST United Press Sports .Writer Dazzler Don Newcombe was the 'best bet in 21 years today to" Win 30 games in one season. The Dodger ace, with 10 victories and no defeats in the ; first third of the 1955 season, was'in a much more strategic sjDot than Dizzy Dean of the Cardinals was back in 1934 when ;he had a 30-7 mark for the "Gas House Gang" but had won only seven games at this stage of the race. Wo pitcher since Dean has hit the magic 30-game level and of those who came close, none was as well off as big Newk at the one-third pole in the race. Robin Roberts of the Phils, who won 23 games in 1952 was 7-3 at this stage. Hal Newhouser of the Tigers, a 29-game winner in 1944, had an 8-4 mark and Bucky Walters of the 1939 Reds, 27 wins for he campaign, was a modest 7-4 when that season was one-third gone. Dominatin' Don's record borders on the .fantastic when it is considered that he .was' out two full weeks from April 24 until May 6 with what he called sore arm and Manager Walt Alston suggested might be a sore head. Newk, in the doghouse so securely he was even suspended and fined a day's pay for refusing to pitch batting practice, missed at least three regular turns when his arm was bothering him. Last night Newcombe flashed a four-hitter against the Redlegs beating them 3-1 and also contributing two hits to boost his batting average to .400. He struck oul seven and walked none and missed a shutout on Ted Kluszewski' s 16th homer. In 81 innings he las walked only nine batters. Wanta hear more? He retired the iast 16 men to face him, scored the first run, drove in the final one And all in a cold night-long drizzle. The victory put Brooklyn nine Pull games ahead of the seconc place Cubs who suffered a 2-1 de Ceat at Pittsburgh when Dale Long lashed a ninth inning homer. The Gian s stayed 13% games back by topping the Braves, 5-4, in 10 in nings. St. Louis at Philadelphia was rained out. Boston, which won only two games from Cleveland all las season, made U two in 'a row anc ;hree out of seven so far for 19S! ay topping the Indians, 5-4, in 12 ihnings. The first-place Yankees failed to take advantage of Cleve Deaths Over the United States By The Associated Press New York — Hal Home, 58, for 30 years associated in the exhibiting, producing . and publicity hases of the motion picture in- ustry, and n'tone•time director of ublicity for.both Harvard Univei-' ity and the Boy Scouts of Amerca. Died yesterday. Philadelphia — Frank H. Chap man, 88, who served . as secre St. Andrew and King Hiram Lodges will celebrate Saint St. John's Day Fourth Sunday in June at 4 p. m. Lonpke Baptist Church, Program: Processional Song — : Congregational Singing. Scripture Reading (Selected) — flev. C. B. Jackson. Prayer Song Address — "The Masonic Family" T- Gr. Master, George West, Jr.* Solo if Mrs. Lillie Poindexter Gr. fi, Oziel Chapter. Sermon — Rev, J. D. Dempsey. Offering JReroarJts -*. Master of Ceremony. & Washington at Kansas City New York at Detroit Boston at Cleveland 0,3 1-5 By The Associated press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 6. Om,aha 5 (St. Paul 3-4, Indianapolis (2nd 13 innings) Minneapolis 2-6, Louisville (2nd, 11 innings) Charleston at Denver, postponed TEXAS LEAGUE Shreveport 3, Oklahpma City Tulsa 8-8, Beaumont 5-8 Other games postpone4 EASTERN LEAGUE 8cheneot*dy 0, Alb»ny 4 Bingh»mtofl 7, »lmir» f famts i>o*tp< CAN'T LEARN DAVENPORT, Iowa (UP)—. A woman rushed into the Davenport police station to pay a traffic fine and an officer asked, "What's your hurry?" "I'm double parked outside,' she replied. tary-treasurer of the Golf Ann. of Philadelphia for the last 23 years. Born in Hartford, Conn. Died Tuesday. Stockmen! REMINDER:* NOW is the time to Vaccinate against Blackleg and Malignant Edema. We have Fre§h, Refrigerated Sloeki Bactcrlnf— | CL. CHAUVEI SEPTICUS BACTERIN in 2ce or Sec dose. nr TRIPLE BACTERIN in lOee do»«.'* More calves are protected, each year, from Blackleg and Malig-i nant Edema with FRANKLIN/; than with any other brand.f" j Now it the time to start building re«i«V linct igiinst Shipping Fever. A iprlng dote followed by i booster dolt in the ] | (ill develop! strong resistance. %'•'- ' Crescent Drug Store , Many Probes Result From Public Tips By GORDON BROWN . WASHINGTON W» — Ever won dor where a congressional commit tee gets the leads for its invest! gallons? them come in anony. A lot of n-ious tips. At least, that's been the experience of Sen. John L. McClel Ian (D-Ark) in his Senate Investi- gallons Subcommittee's inquiry in to military procurement— that is the purpose of supplies of various types. investigation an the publicity so that the Usually, after • gets under way, .'.tracts more tips .quiry roadens and picks up steam - as it goes -along. ^McClellah reports he is' getting many tips for tho current inquiry, mostly in the form of unsigned letters. _Some of the writers go to con- -siderablo lengths to conceal their identity. One tipster even went io 'the trouble of clipping words from newspapers to form the message he—or she—wanted to get across. '•Some obvious attempt to disguise their handwriting. What the tipsters sny generally is that they have been reading about the investigation and "you 225 S. Main 7-3424 AMMONIUM NITRATE NITRATE OF SODA Fertilizers Sweet Sudan, Funks G. 711 Corn, Stock Sprays, Cane Seeds, Combine Milo and Atlas Sargo Cotton Dusts and Liquid Sprays. MONTS SEED STORE Tops on every "pop"ularity poll.... Seed about' ready to harvest on 30 or- more acres Ky 31 Fescue. Anyone interested May harvest on halves. — See Clyde A. Monts haven't scratched the surface yet." Then they suggest that Mt;Clellan question SO aniJ So about this and that. Sofhfe of the tips are vague, others are quite 1 Specific with names and places. Most of the tips in the military procurement investigation Come from New York, Boolklyn and Philadelphia—sites of some of the big military supply depots. The tips are turned over to staff investigators to run down. It takes a great deal of. time, effort and money, McClellan says, to do this. Some of the tips prove worthless. When something is turned up that looks promising then witnesses are summoned before the committee. Witnesses, of course, doh't know for certain just what. information the committee investigators have turned up. What motivated the tipsters isn nlways apparent. It could be pa trlotism, indignation, j c(dnscien tiousness—or sometimes spite. But regardless of the motive tli tipster plays an important part i many a congressional investiga tion. There doesn't appear much hop of getting construction funds from ongress this year to start Greer Ferry dam and reservoir on Littl Red River in Arkansas. The situation, adcording to Rep Wilbur Mills (D-Afk), is thd Army Engineers, won't have thei planning for enough along to star construction even if they got th money. Under those circumst ances, Congress almost never otes construction money. What Mills now is aiming for i; o get funds this'year so the en ineers can complete planning anc be in shape to use construction money the following yar. Mills was a little annoyed with • Expert Repair Service—All Types • Home and Industrial Wiring^ • Installation—Fixtures & Outlets • 24-Hour Service—Call any time. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2629 - LEO'S GARAGE - Sub-Dealer for FORD TRACTOR & PARTS "Our repair shop is as near as your telephone" For All... • CARS o TRUCKS • TRACTORS •EQUIPMENT Leo Hartsfield — Owner and Operator 413 S. WALNUT PHONE 7-4314 "MONKEV" tO THE RESCUE: Father Adrian, right, assisted by Set. Richard Nichols, sUrts (he electric "monkey" up the good cable to seize the loose flag. When it reached the flag-, left', the operators belbw manipulated ropes to close the "arms" about the broken cord. The device 4nen lowered itself and flag to earth. . the Engineers in the matter of planing funds. The President's budget originally recommended $30,000 planning 'unds for Greers Ferry find information Mills had from engineers .e'd him 'to believe that this would :'inish planning. And that being the cas.e, planning presumably was far enough along to warrant appropri ation of le, Rep. construction money. So Trimble, and a group 'rom the area planned to ask the •Touse Appropriations Committee o approve 2\k million dollars construction money. However, as Mills continued to press for the exact amount of planning funds still needed, the engineers became a little evasive vith him, he said. He got a hint hat considerably more than $30,300 was needed. But it wasn't until he, Trimble and the delegation rom the state actually were in the icaring room that he was able to earn the exact amount'of plan- ing fund, still needed. The amount was $290,000—not 30.000. So the Arkansas had to alter heir strategyand ask for planning money, not construction money. Mills told the committee that his :roup had spent 10 years getting he first $214,000 in planning funds Death Has by Brett Hall/day CtMgb MS t>» I'M HolH**, '* nd "we do not want to .wait more years to get $300,000." •• THE STORY: Mike Shayne, a private detective accidentally, becomes deeply involved in a- murder case and so. ls : hte secre- . tary, Lucy Hamilton. He has. unwittingly aided the 'murder and police will question his motives. Then an anonymous phone call threatens Mike with exposure unless he turns over $70,000, supposed to have session of victims. one been in of 'the the pos- murder 10 RETURNS 'FAVOR- TROY, O. (UP) — John Weav- r, 33,. West Milton, O., admitted 2 burglaries and three arson ases because "I was getting such ood treatment at the jail I lought- I would nd confess." return the favcr White Shirts for Father's Day 'Arrow White Shirts in Dad's favorite, flattering collar styles. Widespreads, button -downs, regular-points — we have them all. And all Arrow Whites are Mitoga®-tapered for fit... made of fine "Sanforized"® fabrics. Pick up the gift he'll be looking tor —Arrow White Shirts for Father's Day. gUNE 19th) 3.95 up Moore Bros. Serving You Since 1896 Delicious Skinless Wieners Lbs. Swift's Slab Bacon 9 We'll Slice It Smal! Fresh Eggs Doz. No Center Removed Half - Whole Hams Chapter XVI At precisely 11:80, Lucy Hamilton emerged from the front dooi of her apartment building and started walking toward 13th Street. She wore a tight-fitting dark wop] suit and low-heeled walking shoes, and was hatless. Under her right arm she carried a package about twice the,, size of' a cigar -box, wrapped in brown paper . and tied with stout string. She had accepted the responsibility- without demur. She was unarmed and walking alone into the night to keep an appointment with a man who was probably a killer and who expected her to deliver, $70,000 to him. Shayne had told her, only, that he would try to be around somewhere and that she should trust him to do his best. He had explained that she would act more naturally if she did not know what' his plans wore. She had just reached the Cause. way when she heard the first car slowing behind her. She did not change her steady pace AS a.'gleanv- jng convertible pulled .. down close called cheerily, "Its a long walk to the other side. Let me'give you a lift." Lucy continued walking and told him distinctly, "No, thank you. I love to walk at ;hight." , " He waved a negligent hand, and the convertible leaped ahead. Three minutes latef car slowed beside 'her. It was a shabby dark sedan with a man and woman in the front, seat. "Could we give you a ride, young'lady?" Lucy stopped to smile apologetically. "Thank you so much, but I'm expecting a friend along any minute to pitik 'me Up;" The dark sedan went on. She hadn't seen Shayhfc's car pass in either direction. She had not the slightest idea where he might be! or what he was doing. A station wagon pulled up fast, tegan slowing as it passed her. She caught a glimpse of,,ia single burly figure behind thewheel.Her station wagon pulled to a halt 20 feet ahead. ,•'-,;' A husky, voice said, "crawl in honey, I'm going your way and what's the use either of'us being lonesome" She was barely able to say, "No, thanks," in a firm Voice as she marched on past the invitingly open door. • Then two young girls stopped in another convertible, giggling as they tflld Her it was old-fashioned to walk homfe from a date; ahd a sfiRbby coupe with a courteous old geTUleman behind the wheel who professed himself profoundly shocked 'to discover such a young and beautiful maiden in distress. The next car began to slow some distance .behind her. Traffic was lighter now than it had been when she started her walk, and her senses had become attuned to devia^ tions in the speed of cars approaching from the rear ' Jock Oakie Is Still Stealing Many Scenes By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD Ott— That veteran scene slealer . Jack Oakie will be up to his old tricks tonight When • appears on CBS' Shower of Stars. But he's Had to learn "oiiie _. vvtt*kit .uKt nc a jjtiii ii Shp kept walking steadily as ncw strategy for TV. though unaware of the slowing car- "-'-'-•• edging further to the right where a guard fence protected the edge or a steep embankement leading down to the bay waters below. She nervously shifted her fingers on the package again, setting her teeth together tightly and feeling every muscle in her slim young tody terise as a gray sedan drew abreast of her, moving no faster than she. and the man behind the wheel leaned far over to unlatch 'he right-hand door and swing it open. "Throw it in, Sister." Her thumb and forefinger were , ----*»-»«*»gJ*.* tT »-i I, abhuigly tight about a small round tnob that protruded from the side or the package under her arm She stopped and caught it with hot- eft hand, tossde it lightly through he open door, jerking the small knOb loose as she did so. The car door swung shut and the motor roared and tires screeched jrotestingly as the sedan leaped forward. Lucy flung herself sideways over the edge of the embankment is there was a loud explosion in he night from the front seat of he gray sedan some 50 feet dis- '.ant and accelerating fast. ' As she leaped over the guard 'ence, she saw the sedan lurch violently to the right, and to her lorror realized that the fence was down at that ponit for a space of some 40 feet and there was!nothing at all to prevent the car from going ovdr. She was sliding down the em- bankement when it hurtled over the edge 100 feet in front of her, doing a lazy somersault in the air and landing upside down in the bay directly in front of her, there was almost utter silence as she crouched there trying to orient herself — trying to realize exactly what had happened — trying to think what she should do next. ••.•-•• Michael Shayne hand't planned it to end like this. She knew that definitely. He had plattned and hoped to capture the man alive af- Oakle is cnartirtg a scene from "Burlesque," which he performed earlier in the season. "I made a mistake the first time," he remarked analytically. "1 wns over in a corner of the hotel room dancing with Oah Dailey. I didn't realize the camera was going to cut to the door t where Dick froran was coming in. "This time I'll be over by that door. ;Foran will have to shove me aside to get through." Yes, the word "honor" is used in connection with scene stealing. Although the craft has criminn-1 connotations, ; it is both ancient and honorable. It's the scene stealers who liven the show. 'Oh, we used to have a ball in the old days," dftkl* between rehearsals. "W thin* of fteW WayS id get, One <tt m? hvorftS tf shifting a drink from 6fi§ andlhfer between aetsft "When they tan the saw I had the. glass for one seene, then they" had to shodl ft shifting the "t usea to Sparks, whd wal scene stealers. the on Could top him was to ki balance by pushing hlni blew tip attd said, ..'„„ blartkety-blaflk hands-,dff, j Oakie explained w learn new tricks fof tures. we kei.t our eye'&fi ter. Vou could usually to make Him cut to TV, the director is doesn't put one of the CSfh you. you're dead." ter she tossed the package into his car. W DEMOCRAT WINS ""jf HANOVER, ft. ft. Mi;-*, Hi has elected a Deface? tentative to the' New «-.••! Legislature for the fir^t time 1904. Clothing merchant ~* 1 ^ Campion Jr., defeated^, Robert S. 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