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HOPE StAft, HOft, ARKANSAS MfiVfeb JSflfA* ,M6ht. Wn-TTie .first "itn floating g6w aMi in tfie Helelha mining , transferred to placer -1ft thfe Boise, Idah6, Bas Ired fifteeh 20-ton trucks il'tfte dismantled SOO-ton _ iete still is ohe gold dredge Jteiena area. It is oh a creek fflefc sbuth of Montan's capilol ice COLD WATERMELONS At th* *S" Curve it til fof your ear needs. IYCRS GULF SERVICE ifd & Shover Ph. 7-9955 'ANTED TO BUY • USED GUNS • GAS HEATERS IAVIS IARGAIN HOUSE «nd PAWN SHOP ItCIAL CLOSE OUT 2 GROUPS OF SEAT COVERS '\HOMA TIRE ft SUPPLY COMPANY REFRIGERATION 1 and AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE APPLIANCE REPAIR 210 fe. 3rd 7-2809 ' Hl«hy»«y OTWMt LUCK'S h US1D FURNITURE CO. ' ' itt of City Limit* W«il Water Barred for ••!• 7-4381 Hop., Ark. WESTERN SHARES OlvortMled Ineomo Fun* h' PlTMptetui •vallabl* from S. BATES . Ark. , Phono 7-44W _ MALTS iND SHAKES... t v 's • •'•" • f| lAre mode \vith the same '<•' ''Dairy Queen as Sundaes CO'nes.' That's \yhy Rich, Thick and Highway 67 East Termite Control Servleo Free Inspection 4 Operated by UY GRIGG ,. ' Service policy 109 Sou* Main St. ti 7-3445 er 7-2772 CURRY'S finite Control Co. » PONDED » INSURED » GUARANTEED For Free Inspection call . MMdlebrooki Jr. ? 7-2822 or 7-3791 Hope Star llff; 1MT 11, m* every weekdpy afternoon by C, r*lw*r, I, AHM. H. Wcihbum. - lt*r UKw t AdyMtlfliM Hofinir, Mtcfc, lv»». • P. ... yt M»«ii », my. Rotes (poyobl* In od- In Hope qnd neighboring ... 1J.OO In Hemp.tf«.d Nevodq, omant. ond MIHtr f«un- 4*90 CLASSIFIED • Ad* Mutt ie In Offlc* D«y iefott P%»1leW1« WANT AD RATES All Want A* on payable In JvoWe but ttflj will fee . bcc«<pt«d the TeW^hof* oiW aScWWbao tfdft occeurits oHdwed wttti the un* demanding the account Is paydbf* when -i Number Df Word! Up to IS 6 to 20 l\ to 25 26 tb 30 31 to 35 3d to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 On* Day .45 .W .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three Day* .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 S.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six Or* Days Month 1.50 4.50 2.00 6.00 2.50 7.50 3.00 9.00 3.50 10.50 4.00 12.00 4.50 13.50 5.00 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I time 3 times 6 times 75t p«f Inch 60c per Inch 50c per Inch Rates quited 'above ore for cort- Wcutlv* 'nsettlftns. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the cme^day rare. All dafly classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication me following day. The publishers reserve the right to tevlse or edit all (advertisements offered for publication avid to reject any pbfectionable (advertising sub' mltted , Iniflbls of one or mere letter*, flroups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one Word. the Hope Star will r>ot be responsible for errors 1h Want Adi unless •rrofs 'are called to bur attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Sale TWO BEDROOM home 1% block , frdm Bfookwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf MM Announcement "Hie Star is authorized to ••• bounce that thfe folloWWi lift candidates for public ottie* subject to the action of the Democratic primary election! : Far Mayor 6. __ tt. M. -(OL1E) OLSQR TALBOT FEILD.'JR. Real Estot* for Sol» \VE Sell-Rent and Buy Real Estate. . FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13- IMo. SEE Chater's world famous hollyhocks blooming in all their loveliness. 1 Bring others. Arthur Gray, Ozan. - 17-6t FRESH WHITE RIVER FISH 11,6 Miles out on Washington Hy FULLER & SON FISH MARKET 21-Gt FURNISHED 5 room house. Floor •furnace and attic fan. 221 West 5th St. Phone 7-SGOO. • 21-3t BOAT TRAILER. Will take up to '14 toot'boat. Go9d,tir'es. Will sell •at 'reasonable p'rice: Call 7-3776 • 'or ;see at'4dl South Shover Street/ y ; v. ""'•. •-.'•••: ••'•'- :: • 2i-3t FOUR-Room house on Mockingbird Street. Nice lot. Attic fan, Tile floods. Phone 7-4610. 22-3t YORKSHIRE Pigs. A. B. Enoch. "Patm&s-Shover Springs Road. Phone:7-4931. ~ 22-6t MATTRESS renovation mnd inner- •orlnir work Cobb llattreaa Go. tlft South Wuhlngton. Phone f-ani. liar. 4-tr MOVTNO7 Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Prescott. Ark. Free Estimate. May 14-tf HOUSE moving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone 842-K1I. May 23-lMo RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat for your deep freeze. See us before buying. Junel3-l Mo. UNUSUAL Position in new uncrow- ded field for women who will devote 5 to 6 hours a day as a china hostess, or counselor to brides and brides to be. Nationally advertised fine china company. Car essential. A very dignified way in which to earn an unlimited amount of' money. For personal interview write Hope Star, Box A. 21-3t SPINET PIANO. Responsible par- LOVELY four room hottie, brand new, just 'comp'leled.' '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'pfice.' 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 -V/2 block ol Brookwood school. Ideal location for:children in grade school. GI or-FHA loan. Small down payment, balance like rent. 715 East Gth Street. -GREENING INSURANCE & REALTY COMPANY Real -Estate Insurance Loans Phone 7-4661 21-3t COMPLETELY Furnished big enough for three apartrnehts -— five rooms and two baths do'wn- stairs — 4 rooms and bath, upstairs' — stroage galore, garage — two screened . porches. — all in good condition — I'lO x 140' sha'dy lot — three blocks -from uptown — will 'trade or sell for cash'do'wn, pa'yrtient and terms. Vacant now/ CALL - FOSTER REALTY CO./ Mr*. Zohortcis to Undergo Surgery GALVESTON, Tex. IM— Athlete fcabe DidHkson Zaharias will be cut Of golf at least three month? f611owing spinal surgery, her physician said yesterday. Mrs. Zaharias will undergo sur gery to correct a ruptured disc "Within a very few days,'' Dr S. R. Snodgrass said. Dr. Snodgrass said she would be Out of golf three to six months. He said "if only the removal of the ruptured disc is necessary, it wil lake about three months before she will be back on the greens. But il it is necessary to make a spina fusion taking bone from the ad jacertt area of the hip and putting it across where the disc is rup tured to keep it immobile it will be six months before she can take part in sports." JDr. Snodgrass said the Babe was "very, very uncomfortable." He emphasized the injury has nothing to do with the successfu cancer operation she underwent two years ago. Ted Williams Proving Value to Red Sox 2i7 'So. Main St. .PR 7-4691 22-3t Wonted COACH Pupils in prirn'ary g'rade. Mrs. O. H. Bristow. 217 West 5th. Phone 7.-442S. -• 20-3t For Rent THREE large furnished rooms. Private bath, upstairs. 203 . high Street. 10-tf 2 FURNISTtED bedrooms. Private bath. Phone 7-5837. Main. 801 South 16-6t UNFURNISHED South duplex apartment, conveniently located; Phone 7-2116. 20-3t TWO bedroom furnished .Apartment. One block -from Center town. Phone 7-5526 or 7-2842. 21-3t 5 ROOM furnished house. Available July 1. $45.00 per month. 1120 East 2nd. 'Phone 7-3543. 22-3t FOUR Room House, Venetian blinds, hardwo.bd floors, • gar- 1804 South age. See owner at Elm. 22-6t 4 ROOM furnished garage apartment. Also garage, Phone 7-3497. 22-61 Lot* RED Female Cocker Spaniel. ty in this area can arrange mostj -Wearing collar with vaccination attractive purchase on this fine! tag. If found notify Harry Haw- Spinet Piano, Write before we •"---—• •"• send truck — CREDIT MGR., JOPIJN PIANO CO., 312 MAIN ST., JOFLIN, MO, 22-4t Funeral Director* OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance , . i Ambulance. 2nd & Ha**}.,. Phone 7-2123; 13-1 Mo. HKRNDON-CORNEtlUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Promtrt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-8570 or 7-5505. 53-1 Mo. Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. (See S. l>. Murphy for details. 8-tf NoH<?< JESS Morrjs for custom slaughtering and processing meats at Community Ice Co. Phone 72244 or 7-3578. 'June 3-1 MO. ROQMS with board. Cooking at its thorne. Phone 7-3153. 2-3t Help Wonted WOULD like to hear from man with car for Rawleigh Business in South Hempstead Co., or ilope Write for details to Sales Manager PO Box 2467, DeSota Station, Memphis, Tenn.; Dept.. AKE-041-216, Memphis, Tenn. 22-lt Leading Hitters in Major Loops Bji United Prets LEAPING BATTERS (Based on 160 Official at Bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE Ashburn, Pa. Campanella, Brooklyn Mueller, N. Y. G AB R H Pet 52 201 39 71 .353 63 239 42 81 .339 00 250 27 84 .3 Kluszesvski, Cin. 59 233 39 78 .335 Long, Pitt. 56 168 26 55 .327 American League Kaline, Detroit 60 236 48 88 .373 Kuenn, Detroit 51 204 31 70 .343 Fox, Chicago Best. Clean, quiet, Comfortable jp ow ' er K rooms with inner springs and viaus' Boston attic ventilation. Hotel Snyker. ' 60 244 38 81 .332 55 214 37 70 ,327 DO you want a new modern home tor your family? I will build it to your plans and furnish the plans: 47 1S3 29 47 .307 Home Runs — Snider, Dodgers 18 ' 6t 23; Kluszowski. Redlegs 21; Campanella, Podgers 19; Mantle, Yankees 17; Mays, Giants 17. Runs Batted In — Snider, Dodg< G I 100% Loan — $2-50 00 cash (iees 48: Klus?ewski, Redlegs 4«. w. I. 1W% J-«an — W50.UU oasl}, BUns _ Mantle. Yankee^ 60- down payment. T mn Loan • o n irfp r £ n W er - Mantle, Yankees down and closioif costs. See m* ^-^ M; Smfi ^ Indians &, $& JESSJfc SINCLAIR Ii9m ' P ^* er$ 5P> J»B 7-2558 By ED WILKS Of The Associated Press If Ted Williams doesn't call it quits tor good this season, the Boston Red Sox management is going to be in one heck of a pickle —how can you give a raise to a guy already making a hundred grand? 1 A player in that salary bracket which means Williams, although he's getting a scaled-down check because of his late start doesn't to get a bonus no matter what he does. But he is worth $100,000 to the Red 'Sox and baseball, at the gate alone, just by putting oh a uniform. Take last night. The Red Sox made it 12 out of 14 by beating the. fourth-place Detroit Tigers 5-4. It /was Williams' home run with t\vo 6n in the eighth that did it. ' When Williams came back May 28, Boston was 17-24 for the season. They; won seven of: the next 13 with Williams, still getting into shape, appearing only infrequent- ly.V- .Then, 10 games ago, Williams took over left field as a regular. Boston has won 8 of the 10, pulling up to .500 -at 32-32. Ted .has hammered seven home runs, driven, in 14 and batted .429 for the 10 games. : ' The homer last night was on a 3-0 pitch by Ned Carver. Ellis Kinder, another old pro like Williams,. came on in relief in the ninth to preserve Tom .Kurd's victory. 'In' New- York's Yankee Stadium Mickey Mantle blasted a 486-foot homer as the Yankees beat Kansas City. 6-2. It was one of the longest balls ever belted in the stadium. . The second-place Chicago White S6x beat Washington 6-1 and third place' Cleveland trimmed Balti more 3-1. Irv the 'National, Brooklyi boosted its lead to 12 games ovc Chi'ca'go as Don Newcombe won his' 12th by beating the Cubs 7-2 in 11 innings. Milwaukee moved up within I'/a games of the runner-ui Cub's : by trimming Pittsburgh 6-4 and Cincinnati gave the sliding New York Giants another shove 10-1. Philadelphia ' dumped St Louis' 10-8. Alex Kellner, losing his seventh straight to the Yanks, was the vie tim of Mantle's blast with none on in the first. He left in a four run Yank fourth. Tommy Byrne won his fifth. Washington gave the White So> three unearned runs and Chicago took it from there. Bob Porterfielc was the loser while Virgil Trucks won his eighth. Bob Lemon, retiring with a leg injury after seven innings, became the first American League hurlei to win 10 this season. Al Smith's two riin homer in the fifth sup plied the edge against the Orioles and loser Jim Wilson. NeWcombe was sent into overtime for nig 12th triumph in 13 decisions after being tagged for a homer by Ernie Banks in the seventh that knotted it at 2-all. The Brooks broke out for five runs in the llth, chasing Warren Hacker as Roy Campanella led off PUTTING A STOP TO THINGS—Three remote-controlled traps are braking emergency jet landings at Republic Aviation Corp. runways at Farmingdale, N.Y. A push' of a button from the control tower lifts a nylon mesh strip from the runway which catches the .speeding plane's nosewheel and causes a steel cable to catch the plane's main landing wheels. Cable is'attached to 36 tons of anchor chain whose sheer drag stops a plane speeding 150 m.p.h; in <>00 feet. UP FROM THE DEEP—This sketch, made for Mechanix Illustrated, shows a jet plane zooming skyward after being launched from an atomic-powered submarine. According to the magazine, A-bomb-carrying jets could be carried under water by the subs in special hangars below deck. After a mission, planes would land in the water on skis and be retrieved by the sub. SPORTS ROUNDUP .By GAYLE TALBOT. NEW YORK'Ml — There rriustjrounds. lave been few championship ights in history where there were o many so-called angles as there ire in tonight's meeting between ight heavy champion Archie Moore nd Bobo Olson at the Polo Grounds. A fight between the champions f two weight division always is with his fourth hit, a double. Newk drove in two runs. Bob Buhl tossed a six-hitter for the Braves and Eddie Mathews and Joe Adcpck homered to put it away. The Pirates got their first hit off the right-hander in the fourth., after Buhl had retired nine in order. Little Jackie Collum dumped the world champs to their sixth straight defeat as the Redlegs finally beat Johnny Antonelli. Willie Mays was back for the Giants, but was hitless in four trips. Back-to-back homers by Richie Ashburn and Gran Hamner gave the Phils three runs in the ninth to beat the Cards. now. ... .. . odgers \; (Jiante 8^; A»r«n, »i " , Bpd|*rf fl; Fiqhfs Last Night By The Associated Press Detroit — Pat Lowry, 149, Toledo, outpointed Bob Rossi, 150, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 10. Ohlcagp — Virgil Akins, 148!a, St. Louis, stopped Billy Suddeth, »«>/«, Topeka, 8. Seattle — WHlard Nelson, 1SB, Portland, Ore. outpointed Ernie 136, Seattle, 10. Strangely. enough, the nation's fight 1'ans know Olson much bet ter than they do Moore, thanks to television., Moore they have seen less o: although he has been around ; long time. It was not surprise to the figh clan that Archie beat Joey Maxim omething to puzzle over, but this j with some ease for the title at St one is far more complex, Reports i Louis in 1952, nor that he has of behind-the-scenes maneuversjlwice since taken Joey to the concerning Moore's weight, or the cleaners, ' at Ogclen, Utah, and a lack of same, have lifted it close'Miami. to the realm of fantasy. It is staunchly believed in fight Cutting through the whispers arid]circles, by the way, that Maxim's 1he innuendos, which would have ^Manager Jack (Doc) Kearns has you believe that Olson, the 160-'for some time also had a "piece 1 pound king, was more or lessi°f Moore, a cozy arrangement ioi tricked into taking on a heavier the good doctor if true. It was and more ringwise opponent, '.ve Kearns, in the role of promoter are stringing along with Moore w.ho weighed Archie for -his simply because we regard him as the superior glove warrior of the two, a man who will give Rocky Marciano a very tough evening it they meet in September. with Nino Vaides at Las Vegas last May 3 . and announced thel Archie was a suety This figure, you may recall, has since been questioned. A manage! .Olson we vastly admire. Bobo! who was there says he'll take an is a real credit to the game, and! oath that Moore was at. least 10 he can punch the ears off any!pounds lighter than Kearns made other middleweight around. But he i him and that the cruiserweighl is fighting a bigger and smarter champ has, therefore,' been forced and harder punching opponent tonight than he ever faced before, and we fully expect Archie to take him short of the scheduled 15 to shed only 10 pounds or so to make the weight for .Olson. Kearns sticks to -his original figure, and you may take your choice. OUT OF DOORS with By AL McCLANE Frshing Editor The bluefish are going north. From now on, old chopper- mouth will be raiding the At- iantic coast, following the migra- ~_^_ .ion of menhaden. This month he will appear vast schools along the coasts of south Carolina. North Carolina, Virginia, and New Jersey. July, August, and September will find him off the -shores >Iew Jersey, iNew York, Rhode sland, and 'Massachusetts. The blue is found mostly near he surface where it travels uige schools, and it is said to one of the most "bloodthirsty the fish of the sea. Armed with large teeth and a oracious appetite, the blue eaves in its wake many dead chooling fish such as herring, menhaden, mackerel. alewives. I mullet, and spearing, upon which t feeds regularly. Also other lonschooling fish as well as squids and sand eels are eaten. It Is believed that the nomad Cubs (6-J) .%57; Arroyo, haracter of the bluefish is chief-' y responsive for the cycles of scarcity and abundance in which It is found along the Atlantic coast. It may be plentiful in certain spots for several years, and then it will disappear for as many as }Q or 12 years, only to return ain in vast numbers. B» Of"*? WftPP*? or bluefish of under a pound in weight. Those of from about on« to three or four pounds are called snapper blues, while those ol four pounds and more are known ias blues or bluefish. A one pound fish is about 14 inches long, three pounder is about 21 inches long, and an eight pounder measures about 29 inches. The average sized blue will usually run 'between two and. six pounds, although during food years blwefish Irom <ivp pound? are common. •W* *£ WK^ to ' TexansFail to Show for Legion Game The Dangerfield, Texas, team failed to show up at Legion Park last night for a game with the Hope Legionnaires. It.was the largest crowd of the season there last night to see the contest. The next home game for the Legionnaires will be next Tuesday night when the Legionnaires play the Barksdale Air Force base Flyers. By MURRAY I .NEW YORK m — Aging Archie Moore gambles his light heavy- || weight crown and his hopes for a heavyweight championship fight this fall when he faces ambitiona^l Carl Bobo Olson, the middle-"^ weight ruler, in a 15-round title fight tonight at the Polo Grounds. A loss to the 160-pound titlehohl- er not only would cost the 38- year-old Moore his crown but would ruin forever his chances of I getting a whack' at heavyweight | champion Rocky Marciano. Even a close victory could prove fatal lo Moore's prospects of moving up. The 175-pound king will be 39 in December and if Al We'ill, Mar-fif ciano's manager, has his way, Archie will be eligible for social security before Rocky is permitted to fight him. So why is Moore on the threshold of achieving his long-sought goal, risking all against the lighter Olson? Boyle Continued from Page One aged cow, had taken up the duties of the confused young mother. She was carefully and methodically cleaning the sprawling calf with her tongue, as animals do. Suddenly it became apparent the middle - aged cow's own ordeal of maternity was at hand. One of the men turned to -a young girl, his niece, and said: "If you're going to get back to the city before the traffic ties you up, you'd better leave now." "I've never seen anything born before,' 'she said. "I want to stay.' "But it may be hours, he said. "You cant tell. . "Just for a little while, 1 she pleaded. "Then I'll be off." Her uncle anrt the others left and the young girl was alone in the filtered light of the barni sweet with the deep rich scent of hay find animal bodies. Old cow No. 204, a factory worn out, glanced at her with the idle and placid non-interest of age. The young girl knelt beside No. 219. The miracle of approaching birth made the two one. She knit her fingers and tugged at them tensely in unconscious rhythm with, the laboring cow. "Please," she whispered. "Try again. Harder." All at once they were three— or almost three. The calf as half- born. Then something was wrong. "Please, please, please!" cried the girl. She heard a noise. Two dairy hands had come into the far end of the dairy barn. "Quick!" she cried. "The calf is strangling" The two men ran up. One grabbed a rope. With it they completed the rough obstretics of the farm and the calf was delivered, its forehooves, raised to his muzzle in the .posture of prayer. The calf lay there— warm, wet .nd motionless. One workmen beni and wiped its muzzle to clear the nostrils, then .massaged its ribs in an attempt at artificial respira- :ion. The calf lay still. "But I saw its eyes move," said the sirl. "If I could have called you in time—." The rough workmen looked up at her, puzzled. A calf is $20, more or less, and they come often on a big dairy farm. "I don't think so," said one of he men, not unkindly. "These hings happen, you know." As one of the men dragged the dead calf away, mother cow No. 219 let out a bellow of anguish hat had a human ring of despair n it, and crashed into a chain arrier. She wandered about wildly or a moment, then lowered her head and again began licking the iving calf of cow No. 140, the ewildered young he if er who ladn't yet risen to the chores of motherhood. The young girl got into her car. "But I saw its eyes move," she aid, half crying. "If I could have Moore, Olson Fight Tonight • Considered Tops NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 47 16 .746 36 29 .554 12 34 30 .531 13'/2 . 31 33 .484 16'iJ 28 32 .467 17',a" 28 34 .452 IB 1 .*. 26 34 .433 19 ] / 2 21 43 .328 26>/ 2 Brooklyn . Chicago Milwaukee New York Cincinnati Philadelphia St. Louis Pittsburgh Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 7, Chicago 2 Cincinnati 10, New York 1 Milwaukee 6, Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia 10, St. Louis 8 Today's Games > New York at Cincinnati (night* Brooklyn at Chicago Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (night) Philadelphia at St. Louis (night) AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Nc\v York Chicago Cleveland Detroit Boston Kansas City Washington Baltimore 43 23. .652 38 22 .633 2 38 26 .594 4 32 28 .533 8 32 32 .500 10 24 38 .387 17 23 38 .377 17!20 43 .317 21! Yesterday's Results Chicago 6, Washington 1 Cleveland 3, Baltimore 1 Boston 5, Detroit 4 New York 6, Kansas City 2 Today's Games Chicago at Washington (night) Cleveland at Baltimore (night) Kansas City at New York Detroit at Boston COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB El Dorado Monroe Hot Springs Greenville Meridian Vicskburg 31 21 .596 31 21 .596 30 34 .556 2 26 25 .510 4i/2 24 29 .453 7> a 16 38 .296 16 Yesterday's Results El Dorado 7, Hot Springs 0 ^ Meridian 11, Vicksburg 1 Greenville at Monroe (ppd rain) Today's Games Greenville at Monroe (2) Meridian at Vicksburg El Dorado at Hot Springs SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB ave been taken on rod and reel ,vas a 25 pound fish caught by .. Hathaway on June. 16, 1874, at -ohasset Narrows, Mass. In earlier imes specimens weighing 30 to 50 ounds were reported. (Distributed by NEA Service) Birmingham Memphis New Orleans Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville Mobile Little Rock 42 31 .575 39 29 .547 1*. 38 31 .551 2 X 40 34 .541 2!i 41 35 .539 2'/a 35 36 .493 6 31 37, .456 8'i 20 53 .274 22 Yesterday's Results Chattanooga 19-5, Memphis 1-2 (First suspended game of June 19) Mobile 3-2, Atlanta 0-3 Birmingham 11, New Orleans 7 Nashville fl, Little Rock 4 tl Today's Game Chattanooga at Little Rock Nashville at Memphis Birmingham at Mobile Atlanta at New. Orleans- (2) (suspended .game of May 22) By The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 5; Omaha 2 St. Paul 8; Toledo 3 Minneapolis 9; Charleston 3 Denver 5; Louisville 2 4 i just—." : She turned the car and headed it toward the city. She had seen the sadness of death taking lifd at the portal of birth, and she would always remember this Sunday, just another ordinary day on a busy farm. AMMONIUM NITRATE NITRATE OF SODA "•^." 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E i S s S : r E 30 City in 45 Train Algeria restaurant 31 Chinese dog 46 Countenance (ab-) 47 Wing-s'iaped 33 meringue 48 Legend pie . 50 Fasten 35 Fine wool 51 Curved 40 Church molding festival 52 Require 43 Country in 55 Asia raspberries • * It> 11 % 3 W / W 5 13 •//}; •/// 11 V % 5 6 IV '.'//•-', '-''"%40 W 7 m, IB 34 'V m 51) 8 Z3 E 35 W zo, Z9 x^':. i 8 1 9 14 17 41 10 II W 31 50 51 51 2Z CARNIVAL By Dick Turner I "Now then, Grimshaw, as an illustration of the type of • work we expect from you as .our new. efficiency officer, !, I'm cutting your salary!"SIDE GLANCES By Gdlbraith "Now I Want all of you students to take this art «fas* «friow?ly! I don't expect all of you to be Rembrandt*, but ont of you might bt 9 comic strip artist!" ft * M , A * i A * I * • By Chick Young OZARK IKE YOUR DOGS CAME IN ™ M TWICE LAST WEEK AND GOT WEENIES /S '/. FUNDAMENTALS IN BASEBALL ARE USUALLY EASIER TO PREDICT THAN.,,WELL,.- \OU CALLED. IT, M9. MORAN / BLIN KY SCORED FROM THIRD THAT LONG FLY.., AM' TH' OUNlOfi BUGS GET A RUN WITHOUT IMAGINE-DOGS WITH A CHARGE ACCOUNT/ BOtOS THHOUTCOVC OF TWfeGAME.»fe) TH' SKILL By Michotl O'Mollcy ind Ralph U OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams BAAH.' THEMTHIMijS. CAVALRY NEVER. WORE GALLUSES' DM THEIR PAWTS IM TH 1 FIELP AW 1 CUSTER DIDM'T HAVE LOM6 HAIR OR. A S.ABER AT TH' BIG HORN BATTLE.' 1 PUT SIX VEARS. IM TH' CAVALRY •AMP STUPIEP ITALUMY LIFE.' THERE GOES SOME MORE OF MY HEROES.' NOW WHAT HAVE J (JOT TO LIVE FOR? THEY PIPM'T WEAR PANTS SUSPEM- DERS--J DON'T TRUST ANY OF 'EM NOW: BUT THBRE'$ SCMETHIN6 CON- A STS6L WIRE THAT WILL THERE IT \<S>, HARPER ...THM POX OP SUPPLIES VOL) ORPERBP... JUST W'AmWS FOR VOU/ AtlOUS UTTLB PEtS/ flS WASH TUBBS HEX. WHEW DID THAT VAN LEAVE? ANP WHERS£ TH 1 TALL HOOK-NO&EP FEUA WHO CAkAB IN HERE FOR.. . COFFEE? LOOKl THERE'S MO REACTION IlL TAKE ANOrHER "ON TH' 5CINTILLATORI PEEK AfcOUMD TH' V THAT VAN MUST'VE COKWER, FRA.NK. 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