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Walnut St. SPECIAL CLOSE OUT ;l 2 GROUPS OF , SEAT COVERS 6KLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY I / COMPANY REFRIGERATION and AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE APPLIANCE REPAIR 210 E. 3rd 7-2309 CLASSIFIED Adi Mutt Be In Office Day letiN l»itfcliefttf«* Monday, June 20, 1955 WANT AD RAtES .All Wonf A* 6r» poyoblt In «dviint» but Adi Will be accepted over the telephofte end o'ecortioda- tlon occouhtt allowed witti the un- derrtonding the account It payable when-itdtement fi'rehdsfed. Dumber Of Word* p to IS 16 to 20 One Day .45 .60 .75 ,.90 .05 .20 1.35 1.50 Three Days .90 1.30 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six One Dayi Mont 1.50 4.5 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5,00 6.00 7.5C 9.0 1Q.5C I2.0C 13.5C 15.0C CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t *.""• 75c per Inch * {'">•» 60c per inch * *ime« 50c per Inth Rates quoted above are for con- •ecutive insertions. Irregular or sklo- dote ad» will take the One-day rote] All,doily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit oil advertisements offered for publication and to reject nr)y Objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures tuch as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unless error! are called to our attention offer FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect.insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Sole TWO BEDROOM home 1V6 block from Brookwood School at 819 Polity Announcement The Star is authorized to announce that the following !»r» candidates tot public ofllcfe subject to the action of the Democratic primary election*! for Mayor „ B. L. RETTIO H. M. "(OLIE) OLSON TALBOT FEILD, JR. txperltnea Stand* Against Youth . FORT SMITH (IH— Experience stood the test against youth yester day and Vince Allison of Fort Smith captured his second Arkansas amateur golf championship. The 45-year-old building supply company executive, who entered his first golf tournament 22 years ago, defeated a 21-year-old college Student, Tom (Pete) fiarker of Hot Springs, 3 and 2 in the 36-hole final round on Harscrabble Country Club's course here. SPORTS ROUNDUP .By GAYLE TALBOT. NEW YORK W) — The most in-! " ~ ' triguing aspect of Wednesday!' 0 Kearns. For that reason the night's title fight is the possibility, I fig". 1 crowd is more thah a little Real Estate for Sola WE Sell-Rent and Buy Real Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13- iMo. seemingly not too remote! that Archie Moore has put over a fast one on Bobo Olson and his advisers, having to do with -the amount of weight Archie has had o shuck off to come in at the 175-pound limit. For *he past week a whisper The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Ml«g Turner at Hicks Funeral Horn* There will be a weiner roast at he City Park Tuesday night, June I, sponsored by group No. 2 of eeBee Memorial CME Church,'R. ). George, captain. Brooklyn Chicago Milwaukee New York Philadelphia Cincinnat i St. Louis Pittsburgh NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 40 16 .742 36 28 .563 11 32 30 .516 14 31 31 .500 15 27 33 .450 18 26 32 .448 18 25 33 .431 19 21 41 .339 25 East 5th. Call 7-5574. Circle No: 4 of BeeBee Memorial REMODELED Upright Pianct has mil-row on top. Mahogany finish. Reasonable. Phone 7-2455. 14-6t 28-tf|CME. Church will meet 'at the home of Mrs. Martha Philips at 3 o'clock. M. •. Luek Highway 17 Wdrt LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. •J0« Of City Limit* W«H m Oillon Water Barrali for tala ••lioho 74381 Hopt, Ark. 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 SEE Chater's world famous hollyhocks blooming in all their loveliness. Bring others. Gray, Ozan. Arthur 'DO YOU NEED LUMBER? Olmentlon, Siding, 843, flooring, *£ I?":?*' Rough boxing. , C B. WADDLE LBR. CO. or 7-4974 CABINET shop tools. Fairly complete set. Will invoice $1,000. to $1,100., will make good price Mr. and Mrs. J. P. and daughter. Beverly Ann of Kennsett have returned to their home after a .brief visit with Mrs. Ella Frierson, and relatives. Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 7, St. Louis 4 Milwaukee 8, New York 7 Pittsburgh 5-0, Cincinnati 2-4 Philadelphia 1-7, Chicago 0-8 Today's Games New York at Cincinnati (nightl Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (night) Philadelphia at St. Louis (night; Only games scheduled has been rustling through local fight circles that Moore, who is known to be a slick one, didn't actually scale a bulbous 196'g inclined to credit the yarn. The -angle is, natch, that Olson, who still is only a heavy middleweight, Was suckei'ed into the match in the belief that he would be fighting a veteran who had been forced to punish himself cruelly in melting off close to 25 pounds in a month's training. In other words, if you believe the whispers, Bobo was lured into thinking Archie would come in too pounds for his twilight victory-weak to swing a cat with any au- over Nnio Valrtps last Mnv 9 in'thorlty. over Nnio Valdes last May 2 Las Vegas. All Archie actually weighed, the rumor goes, was 186'i. The promoter of the Las Vegas venture just happened to have been one Jack Doc Kearns, who as Jack Dempsey's manager once pillaged the little city of Shelby, Mont., and who has been trying lo improve upon that performance ever since. And one of those who das been most active in spreading the tale of Moore's weight du- The new version, if true, alter? the picture radically, and it probably is significant that the odds against Olson lengthened immediately after the story got around that Kearns had his foot on th scales. If Archie really pulled onl 3H6!-!j for Valdes, all the recer. literature about his horrible swea ing-off ordeal over at Summit N.J., has been so much hassen pheffer. The wise money know that Archie can shed 11'/ 2 pound Standings in Local Baseball League In Little League play Friday night, the two top teams were knocked off to throw first place into • a three way tie. Owens dropped the Century Bible Class 6 to 4 and the Hope Beverage drubbed the Dyna- flows 13 to 10. Each team has four more games to play in the first half before a champion is decided. Standings: Dynaflows CBC Owens Baptist Brot. Hope Bev. Lions W L 4 2 4 2 4 2 2 4 2 4 2 4 p'licity just happens to be close without taxing himself. CbTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB El Dorado 30 21 .588 Monroe 30 21 .588 OUT OF DOORS with Jim Witherspoon has returned home after attending the funeral of his neice in Phoenix, Arizona. Choir No. 2 of Bethel AME Church will rehearse Tuesday night, June 21, at 7:30. Hot .Springs Greenville Meridian Vicksburg 29 22 .558 l>/ 2 20 25 .510 4' 23 28 .451 7 16 36 .308 141/. Senior and junior choir of on the whole lot or will sellf re tChaDeBantl«t naft. W. ..M.- Rrnm^ntt ini-7 *•„„. _ e j l _ una Pl 1 Baptist 'C«OWN WESTERN SHARES •f Dlveralfled Income Puntf • •t*mp«ctut available from *"• M.S. BATES AGENT He**, Ark. Phono 7-44M • ,4 i BEE-T-MITE Termite Control Service ; .Free Inspection : ". .Owned & Operated by GUY GRIGG 1 • Service policy 109 South Main St. Phonei 7-3445 or 7-2772 part. W. M. Brummett 1017 Foster Avenue, Hope, Arkansas, or .?114 Center Street, Little Rock 'Arkansas. i8-3i Gar- will rehearse Tuesday night, June, 21. >«ryiei»t Offered ICATTRESS renovation and Inner- Ipring work Cobb Mattreu Co. 810 South Wuhlnfton. Phon* V-2031. 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-M CURRY'S Termite Control Co. • BONDED • INSURED • GUARANTEED For Free Inspection cqll A, P. Middlebrook, Jr. Phones 7-2822 or 7-3791 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^Bipmi^Bj Hope Star HOUSE moving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone May 23-lMo. RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat for your deep freeze. See us be- 'fore buying. Junel3-l Mo. Dependable white lady would like to work by hour or baby sit in afternoon or evenings. Apply Hurts Bar-B-Q. is-3t at 7:30. Junior chqir of BeeBee Memorial CME Church will rehearse Thursday night, June 23, at'7:30. Mr. an'S Mrs. Lester D. Nunley of Berkeley, Calif., are visiting relatives in Minden, Lai, and Emmett, Arkansas also.Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Muldrow and family. Yesterday.'s Results Monroe 8, Meridian 1 El Dorado 9, Greenville 2 Vicksburg 7, Hot Springs C (11 innings) By AL McCLANE, Fishing Editor One day on Bear Lake in British Columbia I caught a rather large trout with a fly-rod plug. This kind of lure is in my book, a poor one to use, and I don't often recommend them. We had Today's Games Greenville at El Dorado Hot Springs at Vicksburg Monroe at Meridian AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB New York Chicago Cleveland Detroit Boston Kansas City Washington Baltimore 42 23 .646 37 22 .627 2 37 26 .587 4 32 27 .542 7 31 32 .492 10 24 37 .393 16. 23 37 .383 !&,(, 20 42 .323 20 ! /a Leaders in the Major Leagues By United Press LEADING BATTERS (Based on 150 Official at Bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H Pet Yesterday's; Results Boston 11, Cleveland 7 New York 7-5, Chicago 1-2 . Detroit rain) at Baltimore (2-ppd. Kansas City at Washington (2- ppd. rain) been having very poor luck at Bear, however, and that rainbow was the biggest of the trip. There are many light fly-rod plugs, most of which were patterned after larger casting-rod lures. All of them will catch trout occasionally, and some of them are extremely deadly on certain waters at the right time. These tiny plugs are difficult to cast — always much worse than i ' Q small spinners —but their „ effec- f tiveness more than over-balances t, • ft this disadvantage. ' IPP**!*!" Fishing these little plugs i° very much like fishing a spinner, the usual cast being made across the current -'and the lure being allowed to s.wing around on a tight line. Strikes usually come as the plug is making this arc, but it frequently is a good stunt to hold it motionless for some time before working it back upstream. Also in the -Big League, the Hope Star played the giant killer role by dropping undefeated Nashville 4 to 0.behind the excellent pitching of A. C. Sinyard. .Standings: Nashville Citizens Bank Rotary Club Coca Cola Hope Star W L 4 1 3 .2 2 3 2 3 2 4 Monday night Citizens Ban meets Nashville at 7:00 and Coc Cola meets Rotary Club at 8:30. In PONY league play, the Hop Auto remains undefeated to hoi the league lead wtih the Hope Bui! ders team pressing close' behlnc Tuesday afternoon at 2:30, th Pony League All-Stars will take 01 a team from Prescott at Legior field. Standings: Hope Auto Hope Bldg. First Nat'I. Hope Basket W L 4 0 4 1 2 4 0 5 Ashburn, Pa. vlueller, N.Y, Cluszewski, Cin. -.ong, Pitt. lampanella, Brooklyn Funeral Director* OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . , , Ambulance, 2nd & Hazel... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELJUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. " - - Service, 33-1 Mo. Prompt Ambulance Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. Wonted AMERICAN LEAGUE 50 193 36 68 .352 58 243 27 82 .339 57 227 38 76 ,335 54 161 25 54 .335 62 234 41 77 .320 Today's Games (no games scheduled) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Kaline, Detroit Kuenn, Detroit Fox, Chicago Power, K. C. Mantle. N.Y. 59 232 47 88 .379 50 204 31 70 .343 59 240 37 79 .329 54 210 37 6« .324 65 231 5£ 69 .?99 J/Temphis Birmingham New Orleans Chattanooga Atlanta Nashville Mobile Little Rock W L Pet. GB 37 30 .578 40 30 .571 37 29 .561 1 39 33 .542 2 38 33 ..535 2'/i 33 36 .478 6^ 30 35 .462 7'i 20 51 .282 20'/, Many times I have had trout strike when the plug was working in the current without any assistance on my part other than to hold the rod. Ordinarily, one might think that if he could not take trout under unfavorable conditions on either bait or a spinner there would be no use to fish longer, but this is not always so. A number of times I have caught trout on litttle fly-rod plugs usually red-and-white, when the water was muddy and they would not strike anything else. I have no idea why thjs should be the case but I do know that it is. Naturally, an angler must use Vernon, Wash. 60 2gJ 27 $6 '299 Lollar, Chi. 52 167 25 50 .299 Home Runs — Snider, Dodgers 23; Kluszewski, Redjegs 2J; Campanella, Dodgers 19; Mays, Giants 17; Mantle, Yankees 16. Runs Batted In — Snider, Dodgers 68; Campanella, Dodgers 63- Ennis, Phillies 48; Mantle, Yankees 47; Kluszewski, Redlegs 46 Runs — Mantle, Yankees 69; In- 1.8 Yesterday's Results Mobile 7, Atlanta 3 New Orleans 4-1, Birmingham Nashville 7-2, Little Rock 3-3 Memphis 4-1, Chattanooga 2-19 (Second game suspended end otn, curfew) judgment in fishing lures of this type. While I have caught trout as sm aU as seven inches in length on large bait-casting spoons, it should not be considered the usual thing, and even fly-rod plugs are too big for many waters COACH Pupils in primary grade. . Mrs. O. H. Bristow. 217 West 5th. • Snider - D °dgers 58; Smith, Phone 7-4425, 20-3t dians 52 ' Bruton, Braves 50; Gil- Ham, Dodgers 49. Hits — Kaline, Tigers 88; MueJ. ler, Giants 82; Aaron, Braves 82- Fox, White Sox 79; Smith, In' For Rent THREE large furnished rooms. Private bath, upstairs. 203 high Street. 10-tf dians 78. Pitching — (Based on 7 dee! sions) —, Newcombe, Dodgers (11 2 FURNISHED bedrooms. Private 1} -M'- Jeffcoat, Cubs (6.1) 857 bath. Phone 7-5837. 801 South Wynn, Indians (8-2) .800; Donovan Main, 16-6t MODERN 6 room house. 705 West Ave. B. W. E. Bruner. Phone 7-4386 . 17 . 3t M, W»*tuni, ttfttor » Iwtf, MmwtM ' <M»»HI«lnt e«w«r, Mich. UNFURNISHED South duplex apartment, conveniently located. Phone ,7-2160, 20-8t FURNISHED e rnhouse White Sox (8-2) ,800; Loes, Dodg ? ) ?778. Deaths Around United Stores By The R rfl( ED or unfurnished mod, E S NPT ^TO N< T ~ Georg? se. Phone 7-3855. « 20-3t Readers Diest ^ * °* Notico JESS Morris for custom slaughtering and processing meats at Community Ice Co. Phone 7 7-3578, June 3-t MO. ROOMS with board. Cooking at its yesterday. Princeton, N, J., Died H. Smith, 42, president of a New York magazine publishing company Died Saturday. ' * LOS ANGELES — Hugo Kirchho. fer, 73, nationally known . singing conductor and one of the founders Today's Games Birmingham at New Orleans (2) Memphis at Chattanooga (2) Atlanta at Mobile Little Rock at Nashville By The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 9-4, Denver 0-0 Omaha 2-7, Louisville 1-8 (second game 12 innings) Charleston 4-1, St. Paul 0-5 Toledo 2-5, Minneapolis 1-1 TEXAS LEAGUE Beaumont 4, Dallas 2 Houston 1-2, Oklahoma City 0-8 Tu.lsa 1-5, San Antonio 0-1 Shreveport 6, Fort Worth 0 Porkers to Meet Some Tough Foes FAYETTEVILLE, OB - A tough eHR pf intersections! foes appear on the Arkansas Razorbacks' 1959- i(> basketball schedule, including (Distributed by NEA Service) Fleck Reigns as King of National Open By HAL WOOD SAN FRANCISCO (UP) - The mg is dead. Long live the kin" A new champion, soft-spoke°n Jack Fleck, took over as the US National .Open titleholder today as bantam Ben Hogan, beaten by Fleck in a thrilling i 8 -hole pl ay \ off yesterday, announced his re tn-ement from competitive golf. The unheralded Fleck, a 100-1 shot in nearly any field O f top. Double Win Puts Yankees Back on Top By ED CORRIGAN Of The Associated Press The New York Yankees perched atop the American League again today in the see-saw battle for first place. They got there by whipping their No. 1 rivals, the Chicago White Sox, twice. That's never been any problem for the Yanks, who could always fight the pretenders to their throne on even terms. ' In the view of Manager Casey Stengel, it's the league have-nots that make the difference. After Cleveland grabbed the pennant last year, he complained that the Indians had managed to fatten themselves on the second division clubs. Tlxat makes.Boston's 11-7 victory over Cleveland yesterday significant. The Red Sox couldn't lick the Indians in Boston at all last jear and, in fact, beat them only twice in 22 games. It's different this year. The fifth- Milland Is Happy to Leave Show By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (/P)_ TV's reluc- ant star is now through with the medium and he couldn't be more pleased. "I'm the happiest man in the world. says Ray Milland. Some TV performers would be singing the blues if their show got canceled. Not Milland. When General Electric dropped sponsorship after two years of the Ray Milland Show originally Meet Mr McNutiey, he was tossing his hat in the air! ' "I never wanted to do the show in the first place," he explained. "My agent talked me into. it." In December 1952, he was heading for a three-month Swiss vacation after a heavy film schedule. His agents invited him luncheon in New York. "I thought surely they would present me with a platinum cigarette case or something like that, after all the money they hac made from me," he remarked. But he was in for another kind of surprise. Reluctantly, he had made a sample program for a. TV comedy series. At the luncheon he was told that the series hac t o a COWBOY GAMES PAY TRNTH OR CONSEQUENCES, M. (AP) — When Mike Kirk, n was a toddler in Cincinati and In dianapolis he played cowboy wit the other youngsters. When he mo ved west with his parents, he bega to meet youngsters from farm an ranch families for whom the eft. boy role was not a game, but tn real thing. He visited their homes, saved hi money to buy boots like they wore and eventually .got a vacation jo on a ranch. Even the fact that muc ot the work turned out to be mudc cho/es in fields and irrigation d ches failed to mar the glamor. Finally he met Art Evans, man ger of a big ranch, and arrange for spare-time work there durin his senior year in high school.^ lived at the ranch, part of his du ies being to drive ranch children school. • Now he has a full-time ranc job, He plans lo work until he drafted. He's saving his money an after he completes his military toi lopes to "got started on my own. MONEY EXPERT 9 BOSTON (AP) — Catholic Arct bishop Rich'ard J. Gushing saysJi can "find money any place." * And he proved it when John H Dobbins was having difficulty locu ting two $1,000 checks on th podium during a scholarship dir nor. The unruffled Dobbins joked ani| chatted with .the audience while h and two associates sought the missj ing chocks. Finally, Archbishop dishing lear ed over the rostrum and found thl checks which had slipped undcAitl Quipped the prelate — who hal raised millions for diocesan activiT ties: "You should have asked ml in the first place. I can find monej any place." Our word "martyr," one whJ dies for a cause, formerly mean! "witness" and ained its presenl meaning when many early ChristT ians ."testified" to their convictionl by dying for them. been sold to a big sponsor. Ger eral Electric. Milland said he was against thl series from the start, but agree! to do it after the three-month res| brought him home eager for worl At least that's his story. He hal virtually backed himself into fortune. "We didn't have to wait for thl reruns, to turn mitted. a profit," he "We were in the b ! ,t acc Erskine in the fifth, was the win- 18-6t For Sole or Trade Have nice three bedroom home on J and three rent houses. )0. per month, can eas- elQubled. Will trade for NEWPORT BEACH. Calif, — King C. Gillete safety razo r In- King C. Gillette, sFETY razor in- jventpr. Died Saturday. 'WOODSTOCK, Vt. - Miss Ann Batchelder, 73, food editor of the Ladies Home Journal, poet and author. Born in Windsor, V(. Died j>anph of same price, $23',-1 Saturday. 500. clear- Dallas, Texas. W. G.I CHICAGO. —The Rev. Alexander Baker, 55j?0 G.aston, Pallas, Tex- Heidel, 48, authority on language Oklahoma AAM, St. Louis University, Oklahoma University, Ole Miss., Missouri University, and the flye so Income 1 as, Vi I. 2927. U4t f *# Buf inesi For Uoio IPNE SUPER St4|ori. p( aijcieot A««yrjaj long-time faculty member and research associate of the University ' of 0hica$6 agd Lutheran Bprrj in Argentina, Di«4 in The electrolytic prw«i* «f .. ., University, and the national AAU champion Phillips 0,6 Qilers. Coach Glen Rose said 10 game would be played in the Porkeri' new field house, ft will seat 10,400 customers when completed. "There is no, longer any question but that the field house will he r?8|dy fqr th? opening game," Rose said. The schedule: Dec. 1, SE Oklahoma State, Fayetteville; Dec. 3, Tulsa, Fayette- Pep. 6, PWahoma A&M, ter; Deo. 15, Oklahoma, Norman; Dec. 21, Phillips 66, Bart- }««ViUe; Deo. 88-30, Southwest Conference tournament, Houston, Te?c. Jan. 8, Missouri, Fayetteville; Jan. f. Baylpr, "' - - mvinvible Hogan in an i 8 . hole medal-play play-off, wit h a one under-pat- 69-three strokes bette than Hogan. "I thank God for gi v in« like " ,, s »«« he humble Fleck at the presenta tion ceremonies, where he) pickec up his first-place check for $6000 But it was Hogan who stunned the crowd of 10,000 in silence as • h« announced his permanent retire . thro , l i gh with competitiv ment. !, , 16 '" as a fell over T, Wfcp, Tex.; Jan. 9, ustin; Jap. 13. Rice, Fay. ett«vi«e{ Jan. }f, Texas « JPayetteviUe; Jan, 2.8, Ole ,, — - « «»V4^»* 4C11 UVCl the crowd. "I came here with tho idea of winning. But whether I won or lost was incidental. I only wanted--to make a good showing 'From now on I'm a week-end golfer. I want to play just for the pleasure of it because I want to b earound the fellows and around golf. Golf is my Ijfe." And as Hogan bowed out from one of the most illustrious careers in the annals of gojf, Fleck, a 32- year-old professional who has been around the professional cirpuit off- and-on for years, took over. Fleck never had won a major tournament in hig life, in fact he is the first to admit that he SMU, Fayetteville; Feb. 7.~Bayior Fayetteville; Feb. U, Rice, Houston; .Feb. 13, Teaus A«sI4. College Station, Tex.; Feb. 18, Te*as, F»y- ettevijle; Feb. ?$, SWJU. Dallas; 28, TCU, F»yetteviUe. ph 1. Twjsa, Ms»; March B, St. Lows, place Red Sox have won 7 of }2 from Cleveland, and have taken three of a four-game set. Ted Williams blasted a pair of home runs yesterday as the Sox teed off on Indian rookie ace Herb Score for eight hits in the four plus innings he lasted Mel Par nell and Tom Kurd handled the Sox pitching. The Yanks beat the White Sox 7-1 and 5-2, using the home run to good advantage. Elston Howard and Bill Skowron homered in the opener "and Gil McDougald and Mickey Mantle in the nightcap. * ., There was no other action in the American League. , In the National League the Brooklyn Dodgers stretched their ead to 11 games by teating the St. Louis Cardinals 7-4 while the second-place Chicago Cubs were splitting a double-header with the Philadelphia Phillies. The Phillies won the first 1-0 behind Ron Ne- Kray and Jack Meyer, and the Cubs took the nightcap 8-7, a curtailed Gils-inning affair because of darkness. Milwaukee whipped New York 8-7, and Pittsburgh and Cincinnati split a pair, the Pirates taking the first 5-2 and the Redlegs the second 4-0 with Joe NuxhaU wielding the whitewash brush. The Brooks peppered an assortment of five St. Louis pitchers 'or 5 hits —including a home run ay Sandy Amoros —in their victory. Carl Furillo was the only regular except Pitchers Carl Ej-- skine and Karl Spooner, who didn't got a hit. Spooner, who relieved ner. The Phils won the first game in the 15th when Mary Blaylock singled and Willie Jones doubled him home. Milwaukee took over third place with its victory over the slumping Giants. Manager Leo Duroeher of the Giants, benohed Willie Mays, the Most Valuable Player in the league last ytear and batting champion of '54. Ray Crone was the winner in relief and Paul Giel the loser. The winning run in the eighth inning was unearned, scoring as a result of an error by Al Dark. 'rom the start. And now GenerJ ?oods has picked up sponsorshij 'or the summer." After that, the films will proh ably be syndicated. But the actol appears unconcerned about th| hefty profits involved. "So wha —the government takes most of anyway," he said. Having washed TV out of hil lair, Milland is buckling down i| lis film career. He said he more assignments than he c'al andle. At present he is playinl tanford White in "The Girl i| he red Velvet Swing." If he had it to do over agair vould he repeat the TV experj nee? "I should say not!" he said er phatically, stalking off. Now is the time td 1 Get SCREENS From GUNTER RETAIL LUMBER CO. 422 E. DIVISION AMMONIUM NITRATE NITRATE OF SODA Fertilizers Sweet Sudan, Funks G. 711 Corn, Stock Sprays, C«ne Seeds, Combine Milo and Atlas Sorgo Cotton Ousts and Liquid Sprays. MONTS SEED STORE never has come close, But he played the finest gojf of his carter here. He shot rounds of 76, 69,75,67 to tie with Hogan. he four-time open king, for th> championship. Then in the play- iff in direct competition, he out- iteadied the stolid Hogan while a taljtery of 10,000 rooted lor him on lis eyery move. It wasn't that hey were against Hogan, but ather that they were. }Jk e most American crowds, for the under* °S- . .' 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IMUta •i* , June 20, 1955 BLONDlt MR.DITHERS THINKS HES BRIGHT Musical Moods Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1« Man 56 Musical instrument River" *' ^" rn fight 4 Descended DOWN 8 Singing voice 1 Egg-shaped 12 Contend 2 Italian coins 13 Century plant 3 Decide 14 One 15 Music is a fine 16 Fairly slow in music 18 West Indian island group 20 Feminine appellation 21 Free 22 Type style (ab.) • 24 Sloping passage 26 Go, cat! 27 Male child 30 Each 32 Fine wool 34 Critic 35 Revised 36 Fruit drink 37 Small swallows 39 Cat 40 Existence '•• 41 Vegetable ; 42 Shiny fabric : 45 Loud-voiced person 49 One who deters 51 Nigerian tribe 52 Military assistant 53 Russian mountains 54 Negative word 95 Russian news agency 4 Dinner course SWing-shaped 6 Scandinavian 25 Imitated 7 Barrel 8 Civil War general 9 Opposed 10 Rests 26 Letter cross stroke 27 Placing 28 Individuals 40 Exists 41 Danger 42 Gaiter 43 Operatic solo 44 Spreads to dry 29 Inclines head 46 Freshwater 11 Greek porch 31 Trigonometry duck 17 Warmed 19 Rubs function 33 Mature 23 Domesticates 38 Mortar and 24 Worthless 47 Wind instrument 48 Repetition 50 Snatch 1 12. 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