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l> HOM STAt, HOPt, ARKANSAS Last Night Gene N. Y. ass. —Johnny Sax New York, stopped Jim 156, Wilmington, Del. , Lake City — Gene Fullmer Salt Lake City, outpointec ner, 153, Philadelphia, 10 I WATERMELONS 1 fe „, At the '9" Curv« ' let'ul for youC car need*. GULF S6RVICI & 3fd A Shbver Ph. 7-9965 WANTED TO BUY | • USED GUMS | • GAS HEATERS IfAVES IARGAIN HOUSE and PAWN SHOP leeVi How for your . . • "GE" ^ AIR-CONDITIONER Homm Tire & Appliance Co. 8. Walnut St. IPECIAL CLOSE OUT |> 2 GROUPS OF f "SEAT COVERS CLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY '- COMPANY ': • REFRIGERATION *:»•'• 'and AIR CONDITIONING u ' - SERVICE APPLIANCE REPAIR , 210 E. 3rd 7-2809 CLASSIFIED A4* Mutt 1« fa Offloi Day Befon WANT AD RATES .All Wont Adi ere payobl* M odvortc» but adi will be. accepted over the telephone and accomodo- tlon accounts allowed with the understanding the account Ii payobl* when itatement h" rendered. Number Qf Word* Lip to IS 16 to 20 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 33 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to SO One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.33 1.50 Three Dayi .9(5 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six On* Days Month t.SO 4.50 2.00 6.00 2.50 7.50 3.00 9.00 3.SO 10.50 4.00 12.00 4.50 13.50 5.00 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 3 times 6 times 75c per Inch 60c per Inch 50c per Inch Rates quoted above are for con- tecutive insertions. Irregular or skip- date adi will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy will b«. 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 anv objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as ona word. The Hope Star will rot be responsible • for errors In Want Ads unless errors ore called to our attention offer FIRST Insertion of ad and Inert for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Sale TWO BEDROOM home 1V4 block from Brookwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf i'M. •. Luek Highway 91 WMt LUCK'S ; USED FURNITURE CO. f.- Kdge of City Llmlto Weit • ballon Water Barrela for tile / If Phone 7-4381 Hope, Ark. Bb~YOU NEED LUMBER? Dimension, Siding, 848, floorlno, 10"-12" Rough boxing. CB. WADDLE LBR. CO. East or 7-4974 fH 9,1 <(>!• *" •• l!7 Hlu. Phorter ohway 4 East r 7-9250 2 Bedroom frame house. Close to both, grade and High School.' Will accept $800.00 down payment, balance on monthly basis. Call 7-3228. 15-61 SEE Chafer's world famous hollyhocks blooming in all their loveliness. Bring others. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 17-Ot Political Announcement The Star is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary election*: For Mayor fi. L. RETTIO H. M. -(OLIE) OLSON TALBOT FEILD, JR. Real Estate for Sal* WE Sell-Rent and Buy Real Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13- IMo. CROWN WiSTERN SHARES /? «f Diversified Income Fund «fl ,. _ 'rospectu* available from i-:M.S. BATES AGENT ; M»M, Ark. Phon* 7-44M fBEE-T-MITE , Termite Control Service ,• Free Inspection ' ; . Owned & Operated by GUY GRIGG Service policy ." 109 South Main St, Phonei 7-3445 or 7-2772 CABINET shop tools. Fairly complete set. Will invoice $1,000. to $1,100., will make .good price on the whole lot or will sell part. W. M. Brummett 1017 Foster Avenue, Hope, - Arkansas, or 2114 Center Street, Little Rock, Arkansas. l8-3t FRESH WHITE RIVER FISH 1% Miles out on Washington Hy FULLER & SON FISH MARKET 21-Gt FURNISHED 5 roo'm house. Floor furnace and attic fan. 221 West .5th St. Phone 7-2600. 21-3t BOAT TRAILER. Will take up to 14 foot boat. Good tires. Will sell •at reasonable price. Call 7-3776 br'see at 401 South Shover Street. 21-3t LOVELY four room home, brand new, just completed. Concrete slab foundation. Hardwood floors, large rooms. Plenty closet space and built-ins. Car port attached. Small down payment, balance like rent. Located on West Ave. D. AT 607 North Elm we have a beautiful 5 room home. Modern Throughout, hardwood floors, attic fan, floor furnace, lots built-ins. 100 x 125 lot. Small down payment. GI or FHA Loan. New low price. See this soon. NEW low' price. Three bedroom home. Modern, hardwood floors, plenty closet space and built-ins. Located on 60 x 292 lot. Plenty room for garden and flowers. Within Ha block of Brookwood scho ol. Ideal location for children in grade school. GI or FHA loan. Small down payment, ' balance like rent. 715 'East 6th Street. GREENING INSURANCE & REALTY COMPANY Real Estate Insurance , Loans Phone 7-4661 21-St Wonted COACH Pupils in primary grade. Mrs. Of. H. Bristow. 217 West 5th. Phone 7-4425. 20-3t Help Wanted WOULD like to hear from man with car for Rawleigh Business in South Hempstead Co., or Hope. Write for .details to Sa'les Manager PO Box 2467, DeSota Station, .Memphis, Tenn., Dgpt. AKE 641-216. 21-lt For .Rent THREE large furnished rooms. Private bath, upstairs. 203 high Street. 10-tf Of f«r«d MATTRESS renovation and Inner- •orlnir work Cobb Mattress Co. 81fl Suutb Washington. Phone 7-202*. Mar. 4-tf MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call .collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Pres- cptt. Ark. Free Estimate. May 14-tf 2 FURNISHED bedrooms. Private bath. Phcae 7-5837. Main. 801 South 16-6t UNFURNISHED South duplex apartment, conveniently located. Phone 7-2116. 20-3t TWO . bedroom Apartment. One block from Center town. Phone 7-5526 or 7-2842. 21-3t CURRY'S fermife Control Co. •BONDED • INSURED ' • GUARANTEED I- For Free Inspection |, call A. D. Middlebrooki Jr. phones 7-2822 or 7-3791 HOUSE moving, reasonable fates, Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone 842-K11. May 23-lMo RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat for your deep -freeze. See us before buying. Junel3-l Mo. Dependable white lady would like to work by hour or baby sit in afternoon or evenings. Apply Burts Bar-B-Q. l8-3t UNUSUAL Position in new uncrow- ded field for women who will de- The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral. Horn* Count Brooklyn Out Notional Loop Is Close By CD WILKS Of The Associated Press Manager Leo Durocher ma have diagnosed the whole Nationa League pennant race when he ex plained why he benched Willi Mays, the darling of the Nev York Giants a year ago. "Confused," is the way Leo peg ged Willie's'trouble. And if tha doesn't describe the way the Na Mortal League is behaving, it'll di until something better come: along. This was supposed to be one o those "dream" races, with every body getting into the act. Trouble is, the Brooklyn Dodgers rocketcc away out front and have shown no signs of faltering while the other seven clubs grope arounc looking for a way out. It is a pretty dandy race at Jiat, if you exclude the Dodgers— who arc 11 games out front with a 46-16 record. The second-place ~ubs are just 2 J / 2 games up or Milwaukee. The Giants are another two games back and two ;ames ahead of fifth place Cincinati. Philadelphia and St. Louis arc in a virtual tie for sixth another game back. Only Pittsburgh, 25 games behind the Dodgers, is solidly in the cellar. Milwaukee moved up on the !ubs as Gene Conley won his ninth decision last night,- 2-1 over Pittsburgh. Cincinnati, meanwhile, made it five straight defeats for he Mays-less Giants 5-3, and St. Louis topped Philadelphia 4-1 with Rookie Luis Arroayo winning his eighth. Brooklyn and the Cubs were idle/So was the entire American league, . . The Braves made it four straight behind Conley's four-hitter, although getting just four hits themselves off loser Vern Law and Bo>b Purkey. Only one .of the runs scored at St. Louis was earned.. It came in the first for the Cards, who put away the game with three tainted tallies in the fourth. Arroyo, beaten only twice, dropped his earned run average to 1.91 and batted in two runs with a single and after becoming the father of a baby boy earlier in the day. Both clubs had seven hits — the Cards got theirs from loser Murry Dickson and Ron Mrozinski—-but none went for extra bases. .Cincinnati broke Jim Hearn's hitless spell in a four-run fifth inning. Hearn contributed a run-scoring error as the Redlegs got four singles and a double by Stan Palys in the frame. Art Fowler went the route for the first time this season, winning his second. Dusty Rhodes and pinch hitter Bill Taylor scored New York's runs with homers. Leading Major League Hitters By Unltd Press LEADING BATTERS (Based on 150 Official at Bats) Legion to Ploy Daingerfield Here The Legionnaires were rained out at Nashville last night but will return to the home field tonight against a reportedly strong Daingerfield, Texas team at 8 o'clock. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn Chicago Milwaukee New York Cincinnati Philadelphia St. Louis Pittsburgh W L Pet. GB 46 16 .742 . 36 28 .563 11 33 30 .524 13'/i 31 32 .492 la'.i 27 32 .458 17', 27 34 .443 18'i 26 33 .441 18| 2 21 42 .333 25!* Yesterday's Results Cincinnati 5, New York 3 St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 1 Milwaukee 2, Pittsburgh 1 (.Only games scheduled) Today's Games New York at Cincinnati (night) Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (night) Philadelphia at St. Louis night) Brooklyn at Chicago AMERICAN LEAGUE w York Chicago Cleveland Detroit Boston Cansas City tVashington Saltimorc W L Pet. GB 42 23 .646 37 22 .627 2 36 26 .587 4 32 27 .542 7 31 32 .492 10 24 37 .393 16 23 37 .383 16'/ a 20 42 .323 2 SPORTS ROUNDUP .By GAYLE TALBOT. NEW YORK — Australia's sports fans have undergone two frishtful shocks in recent, days First, one of their captive tennis heroes. Lew Hoad, tipped and go! himself married in England without obtaining permission from Sir Norman Brookes, president of the Australian Tennis Assn. Then Harry Hopman, Hoad's Davis Cup captain, talked back to Sir Norman. Either incident taken separately would have been sufficient to rock the country Down Under, where tennis is a sort of national mania and Sir Norman is a shade more important than the Prime Minis- Yesterday's Results No games scheduled Today's Games Chicago at Washington (nighO Cleveland at Baltimore (night) Kansas City at New York (night) Detroit at Boston (night) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB Memphis Sirmingham Vew Orleans Atlanta ihattanooga Nashville VIobile . Little Rock 39 27 .591 41 31 .569 1 38 30 .559 2 39 33 .542 3 39 35 .527 4 34 36 .486 7 30 36 .455 9 20 52 .278 22 Yesterday's Results Birmingham 12-7, New Orleans -12 Memphis 5-5, Chattanooga 0-4 Atlanta 3, Mobile 2 Nashville 10, Little Rock 5 Today's Games Memphis at Chattanooga Atlanta at Mobile (2) Little Rock at Nashville Bimingham at New Orleans COTTON STATES LEAGUE Vtonroe 1 Dorado tot Springs Greenville /Eeridian /icksburg W L Pet. GB 31 21 .590 30 21 .588 ',; 30 23 :566 l'/ 2 26 25 .510 4H> 23 29 .442 8 16 37 .302 15V, There will be a weiner roast a the City park Tuesday .night, June 20, sponsored by group No. 2 o: BeeBee Memorial CMB Church. R D. George, captain. as-a china hostess, or counselor to brides and brides to be. Nationally advertised fine china company. Car essential. A very dignified way in Hope Star •Nf ff H«M IMt; r-rtM 1W January II, 1M» every weekday afternoon to* , ITAB PUBLISHING CO. C. I, Palintr, PrmMent Alt*. H, Wdhburn, Secy-Trw, ....•t TN« (tpr •ulldlnt 111-14 fipMi Wflnut ItM* f «W», " ff- JJ> M. rw.ii.hw Idltor A4v«rflilna Marina* H«>wer, Meek, f up|, Hi* tlau mon«r «t »r Hpp», March |, »f Mif i fitfMcrJptlen Rate* (payobl* In ad- M ' vane*): '.ir Wrlv In Hope and tpwn»- The Missionary Department o; Shorter Chapel A'ME Church is sponsoring a season rally Sunday July 3, at Blevins Training School. The captains and ministers are as following; Winter season, A. J. Wilson and Rev, Everett Williamson, spring season, Mrs. A. C. Bur- Funerol Director* Which to earn an unlimited ton and Rev . o w , Walkerj sum . amount of money. For personal mer season Mrs _ AJco i a Wacle and Interview write Hope Star, Box Rev . B . P / JenKins> fall season> 21-3t Mrs xhelma Wilson and Rev. Willard Leak. All persons born in the months of January, February and March are asked to support the winter season, April, May and June spring season, July, August and September summer season, October, November and December fall season. The purpose of this rally is to raise the missionary assessment and buy material to finish building the church. The public is OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance. zel ... Phone 7-2123. d & Ha- 13-1 Mo. HKRKDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulanrp Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. 23-1 Mo. For Sole or Trade Have nice three bedroom home on five acres, and three rent houses. Income $100. per month, can eas- jly be doubled. Will trade for 13.09 wqll In HwiyuUao', Nevodq, -"- Howard, and Millar coun- ,.,_.. .19 „ 1.60 ,.,. ............ 2.60 „....„.,...„. 4.59 MO ^-^. 3,25 jl «»h*r moll— IJflpnm iff 9t ranch of same price, $23.- 5QO. clear. Dallas, Texas. W. G. Baker, 15520 Gaston, .Dallas, Texas, Telephone V. I. 2627. 18-3t Business For Loose ONE SUPER SERVICE Station. 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S- L, Murphy for details. 8-tf Nntie* JESS Morris for custom slaughter* Jng and processing meats Ice- Co, Phone or 7-3578. 3-1 Mo. HQOMS with.board. Cooking at its {lest. Clean, quiet, Comfortable rooms with inner springs and attic ventilation. Hotel Snyker. . JWt invited. Mrs. Mahlia Muldrow has re» turned to her home in Emmet, Arkansas after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flenory. NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H PC 51 197 36 69 .35 59 246 27 83 .33 55 164 26 55 .33 58 229 38 76 .33 Ashburn, Pa. Mueller, N.Y. Long, Pitt. Kluszewski, Cin. Campanella, Brooklyn 62 234 41 77 .32 AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 50 204 31 70 .34 Fox, Chicago 59 240 37 78 .35 Mantle, N.Y. : 65 231 59 69 .29 Ve,rnon,' Wash. 60 2.1 27 66 .29 Lollar, Chicago 52 167 25 50 .29 Home Runs — Snider, Dodger 23; Kluszewski, Redlegs 21; Cam panella, Dodgers 19; Mays, Giant 17; Mantle, Yankees 16. Runs Batted In — Snider, Dodg ers 63; Ennls, Phillies 48; Mantle Yankees 47; Kluszewski, Redleg 46. Runs — Mantle, Yankees 59 Snider, Dodgers 59; Smith, In dians 52; Bruton, Braves 52; Gil liam, Dodgers 49. Hits — Kaline, Tigers 88; Muel er, Giants 83; Aaron, Braves 83 Fox, White Sox 79; Smith. In dians 78; Bruton, Braves 78. Pitching (Based on 7 Decisions) — Newcombe, Dodgers (11-1) .917; Jeffcoat, Cubs (6-1) .857; Arroyo Cardinals (8-2) .800; Wynn, In dians (8-2) .800; Donovan, White Sox (8-2) ,800. Leopoldville in the Belgian Congo, a cily of 12,000 Europeans and 325,000 Africans, has grown from 40 Europenas and £0,000 Africans 40 years ago. Legal Notict No. 7759 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Helen Heard Plaintiff vs. Billy T. Heard Defendant WARNINQ ORQER The defendant, Billy T. Heard warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Helen Heard. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this ,6 day of June 1955 (SEAL) June 1, Ii, Garrett Willis, Clerk Bobo Wants to Use an Oxygen Tank By JACK CUDDY NEW YORK (UP)—Bobo Olson wonts an oxygen tank to help win tie light heavyweight title from 8-year-old Archie Moore tomor ow night at the Polo Grounds. Pr. Sam Sherman of San Franisco, personal physician to mid- leweight champion. Olson, will sk the boxing commission for permission to administer oxygen to Bobo between rounds. Trainer Fred Bianchi explained today, "the oxygen will give him a lift. Yes, we've used it before in a few fights, including the one with Joey Maxim on April 13." Dr. Vincent Nardiello of the commission's staff said today he believed permission would be given although oxygen hadn't been used in a New York ring for years—'"not since the late Pete Reilly used it on some of his fighters." DeMorco to Meet Vejar in August BOSTON (tfl— Tony De Marco, who lost the world's welterweight championship to Carmen Basilio 11 days ago, reportedly has signed to meet Chico Vejar of Stamford, Conn., in » jo-rounder in August. Yesterday's Results Greenville at El Dorado, (rain) Monroe 9, Meridian 8 Hot Springs 4, Vicksburg 2 Today's Games El Dorado at Hot Springs Greenville at Monroe Meridian at Vicksburg By The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 7; Denver 0 Indianapolis 3; Omaha 1 St. Paul 7; Toledo 2 Minneapolis 8; Charleston 3 (12 innings) TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 9; Shreveport 0 Fort Worth 2; Beaumont 1 Oklahoma City 2; San Antonio (12 innings) Tulsa 3; Houston 0 ter. Hoad, 20, tossed the egg into the fan when he married his fiancee of some lime, pretty Jennifer Staley. one of the Aussics' best young women players. He let Hopman in on his plans. Hopman. in turn, wired news of the impending nuptials to Don Ferguson, vice president of the Australian Tennis Assn. The dandy little kptain did not think it necessary to. inform Brookes, his No. 1 boss. Sir Norman, 78. vastly wealthy and not accustomed to such slights", promptly complained bitterly. He said there w-s an association law against such marriages in transit and that, anyway, he should have been asked first. Then came the real shocker. Hopman, like everyone else in his country who depends upon tennis for civic prominence and a fast buck, has long genuflected '.to Brookes at every opportunity. This time he did not. He snapped back with a few words to the effect that if Sir Norman had known what he was talking about he would not have popped off. Boyohboy: We waited for the explosion in Melbourne. Instead the cables said that the Australian association, after arguing for an hour, had decided to congratulate Hoad and his bride. It was a real letdown. Curious; we- got in touch with one of our leading tennis lights and asked if he could explain. "Probably," he said, "it's because Sir Norman already has notified them he is retiring on June 30." "No!" "Yes. They're throwing a big dinner for him.' "Sure, everybody expects your old friend Don Ferguson to be the new president. Wasn't he the one Hopman told about the wedding?" Arrangements Continued from Page One the U. N. should be requested to service the sessions. 5. No council of foreign ministers should be held before the chiefs of government meet! Uncle Rebuffed by Ruling of High Court LITTLE : - ROCK UP)— An unc* was rebuffed in the Arkansas Supreme Court today in his effort to make an insifrance company pay 520,000 he lent a ncphc.w in tin unsuccessful attempt to bolster the latter's business. The court said there was no showing that Maryland Casualty m The four foreign ministers -will!Co. was a party to the transac- * vf"' H innor trtcy*>f rinr fnn itjH-t tiritti <:~~ i, rt * T TT» T_< .1 havc dinner together tonight with Pinay as host, .but no serious discussions were planned. it A*, Hgfi, AfcaAHiHi CZARK |R£ 6i NOW] BE SURE AND "Ullijl '"IMS. OKAY- I'LL BE . t THE PAPA.YOU > BE THE MAM A, I ANDELMBRVWILL ;1'J'"( NOW. BE CAREFUL--& > DON'T SPILL THAT TEA ON OUR NEW RUG WHAT WDULD SIGNAL FOR IN >OT LIKE THIS , A BUNt r& THE RfGHT $/&£,„ UP THE MESS WHEM VOLTRE THROUGH AND PUT EVERYTHING SACK ters PLAY HOUSE ELMO N BEOURJ-ITTLE V O^-nv.* \'OA/£ OUT.,, A\'O THE SCO&S/S O-O THE LAST OF THE FOURTH, FUNOAMEWTAL V STRATEGY, DINAH;., OUT OUR WAY Boyle Continued from Page One "You're putting the cart before the horse, son. There are more women than men in the average office today, and believe me most of them are man-crazy. "I f men are wasting 20 million lours a day girl watching, the the girls themselves must casting 30 million working houi staring at the men in their office The real problem is how to mak he white collar man less :ractive." I checked into this and—b oily—the supervisor was righ America's white collar men ar etting downright irresistible. E ery stenographer and secretary talked to admitted—off the record of course—that there was at leas one man in her office she couldn leep her mind and eyes frok. "There is a junior executive i our place who has been promote J o a desk with two telephones, !aid one. "And he's as happy a a baby with a new rattle. Ever ime I pass his desk it's all I ca do to keep from reaching over an pinching his little fat cheeks." What about a standard uniform or men office workers then—ovei By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON I/PI—Backers of new military reserve bill lookec for possible White House reactio! today as the House . Armed Sciv ices Committee was called to con sider the compromise plan, shorn of an anti-segregation feature anc ether controversial elements. The President, who sevcra times has prodded Congress foi action on what he called a "vital' program 'to strengthen the mil! iary reserves, has indicated he regards the anti-segregation amen-3 ment as out of place in legisla- .ion of this sort. However, - the • new bill, in- irOduced yesterday by ' Chairman Vinson (D-Ga) in an effort to orcak a monlh-long House dead- ,0ck, would eliminate some of the things Eisenhower asked for, not ably authority to recruit a special corps of teen-age trainees. After the compromise bill was introduced House Republican Deader Martin of Massachusetts endorsed its "fundamentals" anc predicted House passage. There was some indication ol displeasure within -the Armec Services Committee 'over the way Vinson went about offering his bill. Some members complainec they were not consulted. Legislation to build up. the reserves .has been at dead center since last month when the. House adopted an amendment to bar the assignment of reservists to Na tional Guard units that practice segregation. The Senate Armed Services Committee has declined to move until the House has com pleted action on a reserve bill. Vinson got around the segregation issue by striking all mention of assignment of reservists to Guard units. Rep. Powell (D-NY). sponsor of the antidiscrimination amendment, hailed that action as a "clear-cut victory for me.". The over-all aim of the, adriiin- istiijition program and the Vinson bill is the same—expansion' of the ready reserve force to 2,900,000 men. The legal limit now is 1 million men. tion between L. E. Johnson, the uncle, anql Floyd Bird. The ruling By J. R. Williams VIC FLINT By M.'choJ O'MaMey ortd Ralph UM merr Dutch Through With Pro Circuit By JIM VAN VALKENBURG ST LOUIS (fl 3 ) — E. J. fDutch) •larrison is about to settle down after 20 years of touring the pro- essional golf circuit as one of the fame's leading money winners. The Arkansas native, oldest pro >n the circuit last year, left no doubt today that travel has lost its lamour and he finds it harder at lie age of 45 to "keep up the ol' esire." "I'd sure ,Jike to stay in St. jouis from her on out." the vet- ran "soft shot" master declared s he relaxed after a lesson at old iVarson Country Club, where he ecame head pro last March. The galleries haven't seen the ast of Dutch, though. 'Us or Bermuda shorts, plus blind ers or Halloween masks? "In my opinion it wouldn' work," said a middle-aged secre tary acidly. "To me most men looi like they are wearing Halloweei masks anyway, but in this eiviliza tion there is nothing you can ck to make men repulsive—heels tha they are—simply because then aren't enough of them to go arouncj." Fleck Unknown Outside of Home DAVENPORT, Iowa (ffl — Jack Fleck, virtually unknown outside is native Iowa until last week, tood beside the greats of golf to- ay. But his fiery rise to claim the . S. Open golf championship last eek is not as surprising as it rst appears. The 32-year-old professional ever won a major tournament un- 1 ^unday. But until this past year e limited himself to just the win- er circuit. Making the full winter-summer ,ving this year, he was a money inner in 12 of the 15 important ournaments he entered and aver- ged 71.21 strokes per round. The number ol Navajo Indians as increased from 7,000 in 1867 to lore than 70,QOQ The case against putting office girls • in bloomers was expressec most forcibly by Don Sauers, president of something called the American Society of Girl Watchers Inc. Sauers says girl watching may reduce office efficiency but boosts office morale. "I recommend that each American working girl be given a special income tax deduction of $100 per year for cosmetics," he wrote. "And I suggest the hiring of one beautiful girl—for every 10 male employes—who has no talent for shorthand and who doesn' t know a typewriter key from a piano key. Her sole assignment would be to stroll around the office adjusting Venetian blinds and tidying up desk tops. "Is anybody against this whole idea?" Not me, Who am I to fight progress—in any form? Accidents Take 11 Lives in State By The Associated Press Eleven persons died in accidents in Arkansas during the week that ended at midnight Sunday. Traf. fie accidents took seven lives, two persons died in fires, a Pine Bluff nan fell to his death and a Wal- r.ut Ridge man died after being kicked by a mule. Jeff J. Murphy, 47, of Near Walnut Ridge died late Saturday afternoon about an hour after he. had jeen kicked by a mule. He had lust returned front a field where be WHO'S HE? SAIST FR'ANCISCO, (UP) —Three teen-age autograph hunters turned down a chance to get Soviet For eign Minister V. M. Molotov's signature last night. "Molotov ? who's Molotov?' They asked a Fairmont hotel doorman who pointed out the Communist dignitary to them. "We're weiting for Peggy Lee." had been plowing when the accident occurred. Leon Schnelz died when he fell two stories out of his room near downtown Pine Bluff shortly after Saturday midnight. Acting Coroner Harold Morris said Schnelz apparently walked onto a second floor porch adjoining his room and fell over the railing. Bartus D. Matheny, 26, of North Little Rock was killed in a headon car-truck collision about three miles south of Jacksonville early yesterday. The traffic death toll also included an infant, 16-month-old Mark Stephan Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Teck Moore of Dardanelle. The child was struck by a car in the driveway of his father's store. City Marshall Webb Warren said the accident was unavoidable. >f affirmed Washington Circuit The record contained statements by Johnson that he lent the money 'because Bird's father, the late E.V. Bird, had aided iifm financially a quarter century ago. The E.V. Bird Construction Co. had. a contract-for consturction of a new Law School building on the University of Arkansas Campus at Fayetteville. Maryland, as writer of a surety bond, asked that more capital be put in the constructio; company. Floyd Bird got $20,00i for this purpose from his uncle. Later Bird was unable to linisli the -construction and Maryland had to take over. Still later Johnson sued Maryland for the money ho had lent Floyd Bird. In another appeal from Washington Circuit Court, the Supreme Court said that Circuit Judge Maupin Cummings should have let a jury decide the amount that Clint Brooks owed K. E. .Marvin on pt.i^ chase of a grocery at- • Prairie Grove. . • ' Cummings had instructed a finding .of $7,934. The Supremo . Court, ; w h i c h affirmed Cummings on some other disputed'points, sent the case back for a 'new trial on the question of debt. • Dr. William F. Jeffctt of Phillips County lost, nn insurance claim against American Insurance Co. of Texas. Dr. Jeffett contended AmtSfr ican Owed him $3,820 on ; a policy. A jury awarded him -$220, and the finding was upheld by the Supreme ;ourt. Screen Actress Answer to' Previous Puzzle fv ACROSS DOWN l A C Jf?™ ciiess ' 1-Retain' 2 Unoccupied 3 Bird's home 4 Lubricant 5 Realize (coll.) 6 Garden tool Andrea '8—— has played many supporting roles (. fiHei 1 work is - —•"»"=" '«"' ' in the s T Compass, point i I? German river 8 Celebrated , 13 Eternity 9 Press ''14 Operatic solo JO Carnivorous .'1.5 Otherwise mammal •.he-Born 11 She has had -^-Satellite parts :;18.Flower parts 19 Cbnducted o V A U A O A A r i_ i R E P E rp R 1 A O E T E W 1 N E S. D £> W F B t7 <&, S s A U A o O f> s. A l_ A R S e R 1 sj A Z N O R. 0 O P S T L — K. E fi A M E to T r— A H E T .r 7 *. \ K U 1= l_ R 1 P M A N T 1 •"=» 1 T U T 1 ^ Gt ft 1 T •=> O N P «i O 3 D = * T O A N 0 P •5 R 0 T = 26 Feline animals 43 High in rfao'Boy ;<2tr .. i Observe ; 'i? Greek letter n Hi-way Workers to Vote on S;'S. LITTLE ROCK Iff) — State Highway Department employes, formt^J ly barred from social security benefits by their private retirement system, will vote to determine whether they want coverage. Gov.- Orval Faubus, acting under a 1955 state law, said 'yesterday that before July 1 he would set a date for an election three 'months must elspase D e t w e e n the governor's notification and the election. .. ; ~ Congress recently amended th social security law, permittifi workers with private retirement alans to be included, and the 19n5 eneral Assembly authorized the :overnor to call an' election. Employes pay 4 per cent of their salary into their private retirement system and the state matches .1. V jitt Medication •;>•>->-container • •:•,-•; W Fastener V.'ll Companion '/; ;$2 Snooze V ; ,S3 Craft. -',84Summer (Fr.) '«X3riental name ; 36 Seesaws :"•>» Prices ;. 41 Assam ';' silkworm '• 42 Golfer's term 1 43 Years between -iT ; 12 and 20 | '46, Make possible : SO Greedy 1 81 Indian weight '?3 Scottish • '•'•; sheepfolds - ; i54 Learning '35 Fourth 20 Tree fluid 22 Story. • 00 OJJC . U 23 Petty quarrel 40 Biblical '^W^y mountain 2 J Graf ted (her.) 42 Danger Now is the time to Get SCREENS From GUNTER RETAIL LUMBER CO. 432 E. DIVISION ; AMMONIUM NITRATE NITRATE OF SODA Fertilizers Sweet Sudan, Funks G. 711. Corn, Stock Sprays, Cane Seeds, Combine Milo and Atlas Sargo Cotton Dusts and Liquid Sprays. MONTS SEED STORE - LEO'S GARAGE Sub-Dealar for FORD TRACTOR & PARTS "Our repair shop ii as near as your telephone For All... • CARS • TRUCKS • TRACTORS • EQUIPMENT Leo Hartsfield — Owner and Operator 413 S. WALNUT PHONE 7-4314 •JPflF t Expert Repair Service t Home and Industrial , f Installation—Fixtures & Outlets t 24-Hour Service—Call any time. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114$. Phon« 7*3629 THIS \B THE crry PLUMBIMG COMPANY-MDU CALLEP THIS MORNING ABOUT A LEAK IN' YOUR. BASEMENT-WELL, WE CAN'T ALL EIQHT, MR. FLINT, •vou see, SHE LEFT AAE HER •-^^ ESTATE. I'M THE LAST OF BES/M AT THE BE<S>IM-\R£«V\ONP...HE'5 MV THE HARPERS—EXCEPT ESTATE. A HARPER PfitfPU. NINS, /VMSS HARPER. JHALP BROTHER. THE FOR ALISTAIR.THE ESTATE WORTH?/ IP GRANtWOTHER WHO 15 TRVISja TO J ATTe/\APTS ON AAV LIFE REAU.YHIPIT W/LL BECOME HI5 IF STARTED JUST AFTER PIED. 27 Distinct part 28 Tardy 29 Epic poetry 31 Persian fairy 37 Delicate 38 Bitter vetch 39 Sped stature 44 Cry of bacchanals 45 Ireland 47 Mr. Lugosl 48 Shakespea*«an king 49 Essential being 51 Perched 52 Yale THAT BAD WE'LL BE RIGHT OVER.' WASH TUBBS By Leslie Tur tTpHE PHONE NUMBER EASY HAP u WP&en c"il i er> e.ni\unan E&UIII& FANCV RUNNING . X H\\M... I OUT HERE,\ FORGET TH CWJ.EP..SOUNP6P FAHMUAR, AND A QUICK GLANCE CONFIRMS If. BUT rr& IN THIS BOOK. JUST A ^ SECOND, YOUR PALS AKOUNP THE CORKIER SET ALAMO 697S,,,ir H6 NUHABER TALTOW FORCED TO OB&Y. HEROES ARE MAPE-NOT BORM OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople APPLY 5EBIOOSLV/ i •• \- •-» '." • • •-'•••• ^'iiic. V, M.ntau. s. fa on. CAM VJHAT FAMILIAR BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES "SPEAKING OF SWAPS, WOULD YOU TRADE ENGLAND FOR A t DERBY 1 WINNER?" /ALVIM THE OTHER 2 «\\X,\\ \S -:',: Arabjan caliph .56 Exclamation 7,27 SWelong look ;58Sesame 88 .Weight ( 'deduction CARNIVAL By Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY i •%-_-•*-- i WITH IT, By Hershberger HERE'S HALF A BUCK / , QUIT.PLAVIN' IN FRONT O 1 MY JOINT/ VOU HAVE OUST PURCHASED MV SILENCED SIPE.' AND TO SHOW MY APPRECIATION FOR YOUR SENEROSlTy... FUNNY BUSINESS ALLEY OOP HOLYCCW, BR0N5ON, WHATCHA DO THAT ...THIS IB A JOB 1 WELL.MY GOSH, EACKTOIIOOB.C. I •POUBT'ANY \ WHAT IS IT? TO GET X LINE ON YOU SENT FOR? PONT YOU REALIZETOR .MAN WOLJLR..OR I WHER^D YOU' OOOLA OM <v THAT KINDA STUFFS/ WOMEN \ SAKE,.. EVEM COULD... V" 5END HER UNDERTAKE/ I ANYWAY? DANGEROUS? &2&%L*S'<''» \M. «^^:ioirri ae T^^^^^^'MM^i-^ In my opinion the shock treatment is clearly indicated! Ipw about all of us presenting him our bills at once?" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith Jones, the firm definitely frowns on practicing for ' v/arto+I/Mtol" I SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Selzer PRISCILLA'S POP THAT MEANS YOU'LL HAVE TO SPANK HIM, CARLYLE! OLIVER DIDN'T WHEN I CALLED HIMIn THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE \DOWS MAM, WHEN I WA$ VQVKA6E-JWA5 WOK THAN HE7 FATH5K FO? HER HAND vlUST A CWAPUS 'CUKVEBAl.LEJf. 5HE WAS A MATURE WQVAN- T? "I wish I'd been A girl frapk in yoiir day; mother—I thi I d «njoy reading, cooking and se> ''rig, instead of alwa watching televi-' -TI!" think always "Oh, we're not going anywhere—we always wave to the bus driver when he goes by!"

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