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< 'thursdoy, June 16, 1955 HOPf S-TAft, HO**, A*KAN*A$ Thursday, Juno 16, 1955 si Homed for inch _____ , France (fS— A British 'Slys the speed of the rac s Was responsible lor the list claimed 79 lives during Mans auto race. They 'traveling at from 125 to 150 t hour. "-Macklin, whose car was >ih the fatal incident, the statement yesterday in Fidhy before a magistrate in itttting last Saturday's crash. itklih's Austin Hcaley was hit |t a -Mercedes Bcnz diiven by erafi Levegh, Lcvcgh's car cat- tttfed into the crowd and ex- ied. ftbklln said the collision oc- sd alter e Jaguar driven by Hawthorn of Britain, evcnt- of the race, passed his s'.'then turned too sharply to- the right and braked '' it he thought Hawthorne Responsible for the accident, tftcklin replied, "Hawlhoinc no t committed an error but the responsibility was the speed cars." IT, N. Food and Agriculture gahlzation says the most serious r _il;itipnal problem- in the world to- Sly 's the critically low amounts o£ in the diet of a large part world's population. IICIAL CLOSE OUT 2 GROUPS OF . SEAT COVERS HOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY REFRIGERATION £>s?n and AIR CONDITIONING ~~~ SERVICE APPLIANCE REPAIR CLASSIFIED Adi Mutt Be In Office Day Before Publication WANT AD RATES All Want Ads are payable In advance but ads will be accepted over the telephone and accomoda- tlon accounts allowed vitti the understanding the account Is payabl* when 'itatement It'rendered. Ip to 6 to Number Of Words to IS 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 Jl to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 J.20 1.35 1.50 Three Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 SIX Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 One Morvth 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 /CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 75c per Inch 3 times 60c per inch 6 times 50c per Inch Rates quoted above are for consecutive Insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All daily 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 ana word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion sf ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion, PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent UNFURNISHED 4 room house. Hardwood floors, garage. Phono 7-4426. 10-6t Political Announcement The Star Is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor B. L. RETTIO H. M. (OLIE) OLSON TALBOT FEILD. JR. Real Estate for Sale WE Sell-Rent and Buy Real Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13- IMo. Wanted Local Woman with a pleasing personality for a part time job. Must have car for local use. Good pay. Hours to convenience of employee. Write Mrs. Mack Stuart, Route 1, Hope. 14-3t Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. 8-tf THREE large furnished rooms. Private bath, upstairs. 203 high Street. 10-tf NICE .4 room furnished garage apartment. Also Garage.' Phone .7-3497. . . 13-Gt H. mi\vtk Highway ff7 Watt •< LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Ktfp* of City Urn lt« West Water Barreli for 8tl» Hope, Ark. , , VQP NEED LUMBER? Sldlrvg; 848," flooring," l"-12!t Rough boxing.' .:,... I: WADDLE LBR. CO. - East. . ' •—f or 7-4974' Highway 4 East nes' 7-3250 WESTERN SHARES Iffe Diversified Income Fund available from . BATES-;. AGENT Ark. Phon« 7-MM BEE-T-MITE lite Control Service ^Inspection ; Owned & Operated by GUY GRIGG Service policy 109 South Main St; j»hon«i 7-3445 or 7-2772 !«"£ CW ''-^:» f- CURRY'S J v.. Turm'tte Control Co. • INSURED • GUARANTEED ^For Ffee Inspection ,,. ' ca " Middlebrooki Jr. 7-2822 or 7-3791 MODERN 3 bedroom house. Close- in. Phone 7-2901. 14-3t FURNISHED 3 room garage apartment Phone 7-2205. 14-3t SIX Room -Cape Cod • House, 27 The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring It'ems to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Home The Twenty-eight Annual,,Turnout pf the Christian Benevolent Soc-. iety will be held Sunday, June 19, at Haynes Chapel Baptist Church, Rev. J. D. Dempsey, .pastor. acres, electricity,. Old Fulton Hy. I All members are asked to be pre, .West. Phone 7.-3759.V ','-. ,. 14-3t sent Saturday at the regular mon- • n—i •. •- thly meeting to take care o£ one WILL RENT, or -lease 100 acre burial assessment along with their farm which is equipped with mod- 1 regular dues. C. G. Carmicheal, ern facilities for chickens. Range houses, brooders, feeders pnd laying house. References required. See L. Wright, (300 West' Third, Hope. Phone. 7-462G. 10-3t 2 FURNISHED bedrooms. P'rivate bath. Phone 7-5837. Main. •801 South 16-6t For Sole TWO BEDROOM home 1& block from Brookwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf TWO FRAME homes, with acreage, close-in, low down payment. SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Phone 7-3766. May 17-1 Mo. REMODELED Upright Piano, has president. of is The Missionary Department Shorter Chapel AME Church sponsoring a season rally Sunday, July 3, at the Blevins Training School. The captains and ministers are following: Winter season, A. J. Wilson captain, Rev. Everett Williarrison, spring season, Mrs. A. C. Burton, captain, Rev. O. W. Walker, summer season, Mrs. Alcola Wade, Rev. IB. F. Jenkins, fall season, Mrs. Thclma Wilson, captain, Rev. Willard'Leak. All persons born in the months are asked to s.upport the winter season January, February and March. April, May and June. Spring season, July, August and September mirrow on top. Mahogany finish.' summer season. October, Novem- Reasonable. Phone 7-2455. 14-6t bor and December fall season. The purpose of this rally is to raise the missionary assessment and buy 2 Bedroom frame house. Close to both, grade and High School. Will accept $800.00 down payment, balance on monthly basis. Call 7-3228. 15-Ot FARMERS don't get behind. Buy this almost new Super A Farm- Marty Having Time Keeping Sox Up There By ED WILKS By The Associated Press Manager Marty Marion's busier than a onc-icggcd man in a sack race these days what with keeping his Chicago While Sox within range of the New York Yankees and holding off the Cleveland Indians. He had a workout last night, juggling players and shuffling pitchers while splitting a twi-night with Baltimore. The Sox lost 6-5, and won 2-0. That put them 'two games the American League-lending Yanks, who lost lo Detroit fl-C. and a length ahead of the Indians, who lost at Washington 3-0. Trailing 5-4 in first game, .By GAYLE TALBOT. Peacock Breaks Opponent's Jaw NEW YORK (ffl— Seventeen years ago today the baseball world had something a whole lot more exciting lo buzz about than the length of Brooklyn's lead over the National League and Cleveland's chances of overhauling the Yankees in the American. On the previous night, in the first arclight game ever played at Ebbets Field, a slender young Cincinnati Rels southpaw named Johnny Vander Meer had pitched his second successive no-hit game, the first and only time up to this minute that such a feat has been accomplished. Chances are it will never happen again. Only five days before, on June 11, the 23-year-old fastballcr from Palerson, N. J., has set the then Boston Bees down 3-0 to open the Marion pulled center fielder Min-|E ale to immortality. He completed nic Minoso in to play third and baseball's greatest double by hamstringing the Dodgers 6-0 before material to finish the c'hurch. all. It has, starter, lights, and Stuart. Touch-O-Matic controls,. and eight pieces of equipment all Mrs. Mary N. Trotter of Washington has returned home after spending the .week-end in Texarkana visiting her nephew, Willie Mr. and Mrs. Herman 'D. John- bought at same time. Will sacri-| son a , nd daughter, Doris have re- fice for M. Price. See it, and buy turned to their home in Pine Bluff it. L. Wright at 600 West Third after spending a few days visiting Street. Hope. Phone 7-4626. 16-3t Mrs - EUa Nash. Jiqpe Star Services Offered MATTRESS innovation and Innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 810 South Washington. Phone 7-2*23. Mar. 4-tf MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. . Call collect 592 Prescottl Transfer and storage Inc. 'Pres cott, Ark. Free Estimate. May-14-tf Mrs. Bessie Chambers has returned to her home in Texarkana after spending a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Chambers. Heddie L .Carrigan has returned to Pine Bluff after spending a few days visiting her aunt, Mrs, Addie Nash. HOUSE moving, reasonable rates. Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone 842-K11. May 23-lMo. . llff> Jqpugrv 1*27 18, m* ,.._. every weekday afternoon t>r JTAH PMBLISHING CO, f , ,,C» C. Falroor, Pretldent TR M. Wajhburn, Secy-Tr»«. «t Tfc« Star B«!ldln g l»M»h Walnut Stntt Arkonsoi , **< Managing »»I». Advijftisin W- Jo»(n«r, Meeh. Sjipf, ,** (ccond clan matter •> *r HPPC, M«ch 3, ft »fc« »f Option Rotes '(payable In ad<• ¥ance): f SWrbt )n Hc.pt pnd nelghborjno RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat for your deep freeze. See us before buying. Junel3-l Mo. 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 7-55Q5. Service. 23-1 Mo. Notice JESS Morris for custom slaughter- •2244 or 7-3578. ing and prpcessing meats Community Ice Co. Phone at June 3-1 Mo. NO HUNTING or trespassing on There will be a weiner roast at Mt. Zion CM'E Church Friday night, Juno 17, sponsored by the building captain No. 11. The public is invited. moved third baseman George Kcll to first in place of young Ron Jackson c o he could keep pinch hiltc-r Bob Nicman in the game. Nieman, a long-ball threat, played left field. Nicman wound up hitlcss, but Nellie Fox tied it at 5-5 with homer. And when reliefer Millavd Howell went 3-0 against Harry Dorish in the seventh, 'Marion brought on Sandy Consuegra to pitch. Sandy got out of the frame, but was tagged for a run-scoring single by Bobby Young in the eighth that broke a four-game Chicago winning string. In the nightcap, Mike Fprnieles breezed along for six innings on a 1-0 lead after Fox had swatted his second homer of the night. But when Fornieles issued his first walked to open the seventh, Marion called in Billy Pierce. And when Pierce faltered with a 2-0 lead in the eighth, Consuegra showed up again to pack it away. Boston made it seven out of eight in the other AL game, beating Kansas City 9-G. In the National, Brooklyn lost to Cincinnati 5-2, but stayed Iiy 2 games to the good as second-place Chicago lost to New York's GianU 7-2. St. Louis belted three home runs to beat Pittsburgh 7-3 arid Philadelphia blanked the Milwaukee Braves 4-0. Billy Hoeft won his sixth while beating .the Yankees, although needing relief help from Babe Birrcr. The Tigers wrapped up their scoring with Jim Delsing ..and Frank House hitting back-to-back homers in a four-run fourth. Eddie Robinson homered twice for the Yanks. Washington ended .a losing streak as young Dean Stone held the tribe to three hits. Johnny Groth and Roy Sievers homered ior the Nats, who scored six runs in the fourth to beat Bobby Feller. Rookie Rudy Minarcin gave the 3rooks four hits and had them shut out on two safeties until the linth, when Junior Gilliam hom- ered after a walk. Carl Erskine was the loser. Gus Bell singled, doubled and homered for three of the Redleg runs. Five runs in the ninth broke up a 2-2 ball game for the Giants, with reliefer Paul Giel hitting double to start the rally thi brought his first major league v}c tory. Paul Minner lost it. Herin Wehmeier stopped th Braves on six hits.. Gene Conle was replaced after he issued walk with the bases loaded in two-run fifth. Al Schoendienst and Solly Hemu homered to get the Cards rolling but Bill Virdon's two-run clout pu it away in the seventh. Paul La Palme saved Luis Arroyo's sev enlh victory by cutting off the Pir ates'a run shot at 5-4 in the top.o the seventh. Mel Parnell won his first of th season for the Red Sox, with help from Tom Hurd in a four-run Kan sas City ninth. Jackie Hcnsen hi a two-run homer in the .11-hit Bos ton attack as winless Ray Herbeij lost his sixth. AMERICAN New York Chicago 34 20 Cleveland 35 23 Detroit 31 25 Boston • 27 31 Washington 23 34 Kansas City . 22 36 Baltimore 19 40 LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 39 21 .650 .630 2 ^603 .554 3 6 .466 11 .404 141, .379 16 .322 IB' Yesterday's Results Detroit 8, New York 6 Boston 9, Kansas City 6 Washington 7, Cleveland 0 Baltimore 6-0, Chicago 5-2. Today's Games Detroit at New York Cleveland at .Washington Kansas City at Boston Chicago at Baltimore (night) NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Brooklyn Chicago New York Milwaukee Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Louis Pittsburgh 44 14 3326 31 27 29 29 24 31 23 30 ,23 31 19 38 .759 .559 HVa .534 13 .500 15 .436 18'/a .434 18'/ 2 .426 19 LOS ANGELES L-?'—With a jav/- fracturing left hook. Billy (Swent"~ jpea) Peacock knocked out Nation- throng of a ' Boxing Assn. bantamweight rode ' \vitlii champion Raul Raton Maeias in the third round la.^f night, the occasion i Peacock. f,i>s Angeles Negro. a howling, capacity nearly Sfi.OOO which Vandy's every pitch. exciting enough to satisfy every- 'didn't sain the title, for it wasn't j United States Open, yets underway i 1 iXi£ly with 1G1 l )1:l >' ers launching 161 Players Seeking U. S. Open Title SAN FRANCISCO '.-fl—Golf's blue ribbon tournament, the 35th nnnual body present. Always given 1r>,:.t slake, and that one devastatin ' , wildncss— -he later was to lend his'pnnch assuicdly league twice in bases on balls :is t wt:etpcn's chance delayed liu:; of a rematch ! to win the crown worn by Ed Furgol. a man who may prove well as three limes in strikeout;; ; for the title, tor X-ray.} show lhc! tol| S h '° dethrone. —the handsome kid teased Brooks with eight pi the ri:;ht jawbone isscs places. is broken in two! Seventy-two holes of competition _,, |lay ahead of the field of 130 pro- w || while fanning seven. They never' It l<>'.:k Peacock two rounds to fcssionnls and 32 amateurs, con- came close to getting a hit off his' discover Die) c was no use boxing] eluding with the exacting double Jersey lightnin'. , !he M.-vico City boy. He started a'round of 36. Saturday. Most of the The high spot of the historic con-'slut!!'.i:-ii; bee in the third, and 2;i":porls predicted the winning test was saved for the- very last, minutes. 2'1 seconds later Marcias • score \\-ould bo o\-i>r par 280 /oi In the ninth inning, with only cjno : wns evmnlt.'d out. out, Vandy issued passes to Babo, The Mexican fighter's manager, Phelps. Cookie Lavafit-tto Dolph Camilli to load the and send the crowd into a delirium'have the j;iw wired. X-rays of excitement. i closed lireaks at the front The next batter. Koy, rapped a'back <•!" the right jaw. grounder to the Reds' third baso-j Macia.; entered the ring a 13-5 because he the route. The great, the near great and and ! Georu-.v Parnassus, said Macias the hopeful were entered, ranging would .lly tn Mexico City today to'from 58 year old Bobby Cruick- 'uis-!shank • of the old timer division, anrljBcn Hogiin of the present era to a 17-year-old youngster from Wash- ; ington. D. C.. Bcanc Deman. The rolling, tree-trimmed Lake man. Lew Riggs, who fired to tho ; favorite. chiefly plate for a forceout, leaving the j stopped Peacock in the ninth -course of the Olympic Country bases laden. Hound of their bout in Mexico City Club is the scene. That brought up a fellow named i last year. It measures a comparatively Leo- Durocher. the Dodger short- i The ii;;ht, held in the Olympic short 6,700 yards, with par 35-35- stop, who still is around some-; Auditorium, was nationally Iele-i70. But the rough has been al- whcre. Leo lofted a soft fly into vised in tin: Fi.iilH for Lives scries, j lowed to get extra rough. And center to ring down the curtain. 'H drew .'J.rjlfl fans who paid $37.-| trouble, at least in practice rounds and Vandy's wrought-up team-; 570. mates rushed him through the du;;-i Mncias weighed 12li 3 4. Peacock out and to the locker room before; 121 U. It \v;is Maeias' first defeat tiilhts. Peacock's 2'ilh vic- nyainst nine defeats. in 15 lory the crowd could get at him. Vander Mecr remained in the big show for another dozen years, but he never quite lived up to those headlines ot' 17 years ago. Johnny turned 40 the past winter. Last we heard he was player- manager of the Daytona Beach club in the Florida State League. You probably wouldn't want to!cune. 12!), Brooklyn. Drew, 10. Fiqh?s.Last Night KjT —3 By The Associated Press Montreal — Bobby Courchosne, 123. Holyoke, Mass, and Pat Mar- catch him barehanded even Yesterday's Results New York 7, Chicago.2 Cincinnati 5, Brooklyn 2 St. Louis 7, Pittsburgh 3 Philadelphia 4, Milwaukee 0 Today's Games Brooklyn at Cincinnati (night) Philadelphia at Milwaukee New York at Chicago Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night) Leading Hitters in Big Leagues By United Press LEADING BATTERS (Based on 125 Official At Bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE ' Player and Club Ashburn, Phila. Klijszewski, Cin. Long, Plsbrg. G AB R H Pet. 45 174 33 62 .356 52 208 34 70 .337 40 143 21 48 .33G Mueller, N. Y. 54 223 2G 74 .332 Snider, Bloi. 58 2115 53 69 .321 AMERICAN LEAGUE Kaline, Detroit 56 218 45 81 .372 Kucnn, Detroit 48 194 29 67 .345 Power, Kan. City 51 190 34 64 .327 Fox, Chicago 54 220 32 71 .323 LoHar-, Chicago 47 151 24 /a .318 Snider. Dodgers Home Runs 20; Campanella, Dodgers 19; Klus zewski, Redlegs 18; Mays, Giants 17; Zernial, Athletics 15. Runs Batted In — Snider, Dod- rny property. Earl" Stone, Blev.| eors 6 3; Campanella. Dodgers 58; ..ins, Hi.. I. lC-3t Ennis. Phillies 45' Kalinn Titrpi-s Lost BLACK Cocker Spaniel. Registered Male. Answer to name of "Tut". Julia Peek, Phone 7-4376. 16-3t H*lp Wanted Waitress, call, in person at, Charlotte's Drive-In, (Fprmerly i) By 67, JC-Tf. Ennis. Phillies 45; Kaline, Tigers 44; Mantle, Yankees 44. Runs — Mantle, Yankees 55; Snider, Dodgers 53; Bruton, Braves 49; Smith, Indians 47; Gilliam, Dodgers 46. Hits —Kaline, Tigers 81; Mueller, Giants 74; Aaron, Braves 7i; Fox, White Redlegs 70. PITCHING (Based on Sox 71; Kluszcwski, 7 Decisions) Pitcher and Club Neweorobe, Dodgers Jfldinns W L Pet. 10 1 .909 8 1 ,099 1 2 .778 "I Olympic Games Go to Rome for 1960 PARIS (/PI— The International Olympic Committee today award ed the I960 summer games to Rome. The voting—most important in the world of sports—was taken as the climax of the weeklong IOC meetings here. JLosing cities were Lausanne, Switzerland; Budapest; Brussels; Detroit; Tokyo; and Mexico City. A decision on the winter games will be reached tomorrow. The 195G games will be in Australia. Rome is believed unofficially to have won on the third ballot. An unofficial tabulation gave Rome 15 on the first ballot, Lausanne, 14; Budapest 18; Mexico City 6; Detroit 6; and Tokyo 4. Tokyo was dropped out, according to an unofficial report, after this first round. On the second ballot Rome was believed to have received 27—tsvo short of an absolute majority of the 57 members present. Lausanne was believed to have received 20 votes. It was not peible to determine whether Detroit and Mexico City were dropped after the first or second ballot. On the third ballot unofficial figures gave Rome 35 votes to 24 for Lausanne. Accuses Highway Dipt, of COTTON STATES .LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Monroe 28 '19 .596 El Dorado 26 21 .553 2 Hot Springs 26 21 .553 2 Greenville 24 22 .522 3 1 /-, Meridian 23 24 .522 3>/I> Vicksburg 14 34 .292 14 ! / 2 (x-Replaced Pine Bluff at mid" night) .Yesterday's Results Hot Springs 16, Monroe 2 Greenville 10, Pine Bluff 3 Vicksburg 6. El Dorado 4 Today's Games Meridian at Greenville Monroe at Hot Springs Vicksburg at El Dorado SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB Memphis Birmingham Chattanooga New Orleans Atlanta Nashville Mobile Little Rock 35 26 .574 37 28 .569 38 30 .559 34 28 .548 1'A .544 .492 .443 .273 37 31 32 33 27 34 18 48 ' 1', i 5 8 Yesterday's Results Birmingham 3, Little Rock 2 (10 linings) Memphis 7, Atlanta 3 Mobile 6, Chattanooga 5 Nashville 3-5, New Orleans 0-1 Today's Games Little Rock at Birmingham Menphis at Atlanta Mobile at Chattanooga Ne Orleans at -Nashville AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Omaha 5, Toledo 0 Indianapolis S, St. Paul 4 Denver 4, Charleston 0 Louisville 8, Minneapolis 7 TEXAS San Antonio 10-4, Dallas 1-3' Houston 7-2, Fort Worth M Shreveport 7-0, Oklahoma City 2-1 Tulsa at .Beaujnorit, postponed WESTERN LEAGUE Des Moines 10-1, Colorado Springs 1-3 Pueblo 4-8, Lincoln 2-4 Wichita 11, Sioux City 0 'playing politics", but the goyer- or says tfaynes' letter was "a matter of information" and didn't sk for him to take any action in' IB dispute. • . Haynes' accusation stemmed rom a transfer of a Highway iommission employe .from his job n Polk County to a similar posi- pn in another area. Hayries harged that the transfer was made because the engineer fired a on Ol State Sen. Roy fc}ales O f dena. In his letter to the governor, :aynes nam«d tlfUbwpy Pirector Los Angeles — BiHy (Sweetpea) earlier in the week, was not'hard to find. UiVeerlain weather. apparently no stranger in these parts. wasj also a factor to be considered during the tournament. Furgol won the Open last year with a 4-ovcr-par 2f4 at Balturso] in New Jersey. Peacock, 121 U, Los Angeles, knocked out Raoul (Raton j Macias, 122, Mexico City, 3. (non- title). NOW YOU CAN GET THE GREATEST TIRE ADVANCES OF 1955 AT SPECIAL SAVINGS! 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There was no evidence that ^President Eisenhower or Secretary ~jt State Dulles had actually endorsed the- diplomatic mission undertaken by India's V. K. Krishna Menon. But it was reported they had Riven his account of his talks with Red Chinese leaders close and police attention. He was treated with more regard than officials had expected in the light of ,the prevailing official view that he is unduly friendly to Red China. * After the Indian diplomat had Lpent 45 minutes with Eisenhower and Dulles yesterday, White House Don't Scroteh That Itch! In Just 15 Minutes, If not pleased, your 40c back at any drug store. Try instant-drying ITCH-ME-NOT at any time of day or 'liriht to KILL tierm and fungus ON CONTACT. Fine for eczema, ringworm, foot itch and other surface itches. Today at John S. Gib- Drug Co. Press Secretary James C. Hageftyl made a surprise anouncemerit that he would see the President again—in t\vo or three Weeks and meanwhile would confer in greater detail with Dulles. In the afternoon he talked again with Dulles for more than an hour and with Vice President Nixon. It appeared that since there is 1 some prospect Menon may make progress in dealing with Red China, the President and 'Dulles want to encourage him to some degree without making commitments or designating him as a mediator. In the forefront is th« long- fought release of 11 American airmen held in Red Chinese prisons and other Americans detained behind the Bamboo Curtain. Asked after his talk with Dulles whether the fate of the fliers had been discussed, Menon said he did not think the question was proper but commented "You want the prisoners back, don't you?" HSPfe STAR,HOM,AR KANSAS U. S. Aid Okayed for Las Vegas LAS VEGAS, Nov. UP) Federal aid is on its way to this flood- stricken resort city, Mayor C. D. Baker announced last night. He said representatives of two federal agencies will reach .T.as Vegas by this weekend to handle applications for disaster aid from Ihe city, businessmen and home iwners. Estimates of damage caused by SOMETHING TO MOO ABOUT—This Holsteri cow is a real producer. Owned by Kenneth! welkers of Pearl City, 111., she recently produjod the quadruplets shown above. Such births are '. • said to occur only once in about 10,000,000 times. Previously, she's given birth lo a single calf and to twins, in that order. I Boyle TANT or REGULAR LOVERLEAF PECIALS Friday and Saturday, June 17 and 18 DEL MONTE IN HEAVY SYRUP P^APM MAI VF^ 9 h !?- 2i AOir ».8«"^ri [|/\L. T t J AM Cans W7C KIMBELL'S CANNED WHOLE IN HEAVY SYRUP ET POTATOES 2 For 59c ' COMSTOCK SLICED PIE APPLES 59c CLOVERLEAF NON-FAT 2, X 02 ' 29c GODCHAUX 10 u, 87c U. S. NO. 1 POTATOES 10 Lbs 39c Terry land or Bordens Milk Gallon Homo 38c Quart Homo ANY BRAND Long 21c Short 15c WE FEATURE Big Smith WE FEATURE Blue Steel Work Clothes SHOES BIG SMITH, ALL SIZES LADIES JEANS 1.79 ' OUR MARKET TRY OUR CHOICE T-BONE or SIRLOIN STEAKS U. S. CHOICE CHUCK ROAST Lb. 37c U. S. CHOICE SHOULDER ROUND ROAST Lb. 39c D&W PRIDE BOLOGNA wt,° r s«c k 19c D&W PRIDE WIENERS 3 P £ 79c SWIFT'S RASHER, TRAY PACK BACON Lb, 39c We reserve the right to Limit Quontitiei WILLIAMS FLOUR & FEED , 1C« So. Walnut W« BWIw lied; "But many people are afraid to enjoy themselves, because of conventions that are really meaningless. Why should anyone say a song is boring, merely because it is either jazz or operatic? 'Any st>ng that moves you to joy or tears'; has .greatness'. Each Continued from Page One style has been good for her personally as well as financially. "It has given me more free- New Orleans to csrve out a musical career. She was at firlt so lonely and shy she was unable to force herself to call on producers to seek a job. Her mother, a determined lady, then arrived and took her daughter in hand. Miss Piazza won star status aft- jer her first audition—has been a I star ever since. Now she'd like to dom," she said. "They are al-i way's telling an opera singer, 'Oh.' 15 , . , . you .can't do that-it isn't digni- dct "V Broadway play: have her fieri' mvn ^V program, try the movies. But ^she has no wish to go back permanently to the limitations of pure opera. "It doesn't offer you either the scope or the money," she said frankly. Between engagements she flies to her home in Memphis. Her thing in life should be enjoyed for;husband. William Condon, a vice what' it is. (president of the American Snuff "But so many people had seen Co., often Hies to meet her on me only wearing crinoline and Wigs they were getting the idea that I was old and fat." Miss Piazza very definitely is neither. She is slender, dark- haired, black-eyed, and has a complexion like a freshly plucked rose petal. weekends when she is on tour. Miss Piazza is so cheerfully happy in her success I asked her if she could sum up her philosophy. "The most important thing is to have happiness in your heart," she replied. "But you can't have hap- A * - , . . j.v,|^«*i u Lt l iJLii.j'v^n^.cAJiviitlvv-lieavj singer and dancer since the piness unless ym have and aee of 2, she came here from| you can - t have peace im)ess you ihave harmony in your home. Monday night's flash flood run as "I do have that, and I feel it high as $400,000 to cite facilities]is the most wonderful thing in the and a million dollars to stores andiworld. So I'm not fighting any- hemes. : IUP<? " Cross-Examination in Manganese Case LITTLE ROCK UR— Cross-examination of a former company president was resumed in Federal District Court here today in the government's three million dollar foreclosure suit against Westmoreland Manganese Corp. O. E. Sellers of Johnstown, Pa., ho said he headed Westmoreland from the fall of 1950 until he resigned because of ill health in December 1952, took the stand yesterday when the court re-opened hearings after a recess of five weeks. Under direct examination yesterday Sellers testified that government officials appeared to be satisfied with the firm's operations a short time before the plant was closed without notice. Westmoreland was formed at Cushman, Ark., to produce manganese under a defense contract with the government. Before any of the mineral was produced, however, the government charged mismanagement and shut down the project. In its suit the government is seeking to recover $2,800,000, plus interest, which it advaricecd to Westmoreland before the plant was closed in 1953. Boron Fans Like the Play of Brown By VERNON BUfLEft Of The Associated Press Birmingham fans were nbout ready today lo hang the title "Mr. Clutch" on veteran Baron outfielder Ralph (Country) Brown. Last night Brown singled his youthful teammates into a virtual deadlock with the Memphis Chicks for the league lead. His hit was shoter but equally as vital as the iO-inning homer Sunday which beat Chattanooga. The Brown hit gave Birmingham n 3-2 victory over Little Rock and it marked the fifth time in their last six losses that the Travelers were ahead after seven innings only to wind up on the short end. Chattanoga fell from the lead to third place "ia 0-5 loss to the resurgent Mobile Bears. Memphis took first place "in the tight race by walloping the crumbling Atlanta Crackers 7-3. and New Orleans moved over Atlanta into fourth by splitting a pair with Nashville. The Vols blanked the Pels 3-0 in the opener but New Orleans retaliated with a 7-5 verdict in the nightcap. Memphis led Birmingham by .005 points, and fifth-place Atlanta was only 1% games off the pace. Jim DcPalo blanked Little Rock for the last three frames after relieving John Wingo and picked up his third victory for Birmingham. J. W. Porter homered off Wlngo for the Travs In the fourth. Two Atlanta infielders, one normally an outfielder, made three errors which opened the gates for six unearned runs in helping Mem- phsi grab the lead. Don Gross, rookie lefthander, pitched his second straight shutout in Nashville's Sulphur Dell. Gross blanked New Orleans on four hits and struck out six Pel.i in the seven-inning game. Bob Hazle and Larry Dipippo homered for Nashville and Johnny Powers contributed a three-run blast for New Orleans. Jim Gentile singled home Dick Young with Mobile's winning run ir. the ninth at Chattanooga. Dog Roeng Group Would fell Stock WASHINGTON UV-A company formed to operate a proposed dog fncing track' at West Memphis, Ark., has asked the' Securities ahf Exchange Commission to approve the sale 01 i'/ 4 million dollars of. common slock. 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