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M. *~" Chick Offictn fit HOM iTA*, MOPE, AH KANSAS 5 (fl —' Frank Longl te.> president and genera ' tot the Memphis Chicks • fiarrjr, president of the lounced today-they were _ effective^ July 1 itinotti has been with the t, Association club since ' " .been Ki pfesi Said, the decision to t/ithe blub w«s motivated by <lirlg sftle of the -Chicks by :* White' Sox organiza- . . Burson said yes jtettftt h«> and, Memphis meat ker s at,.Buring. would ,sigt for the purchase ' has 10 times as the first set- 1 says the National Society. ' • IED AM Mint •« In Off let bay f«fdr« >ut>lle«tt«fl WANT AD All Wont Mt art poyobl* In Actvoncl but Odi will M occepttd over th* telephoh* and occomodo- tlon account! dllow*d wlfti th* tin* defttandlhg th* account It poyabl* when «ot«m«nt li'rendered. slumber On* thre* Six On* Of Word! Day Day* boy» Monl to 13 .45 .90 1,50 -I.5C to 20 .60 1.20 2.00 6.0 Jl to 25 .75 1.50 2.50 26 to 30 .90 1.80 J.OO to 35 1.05 2.10 3.50 36 to 40 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.09 to 45 1.35 2.70 4.50 to 50 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 . 7.50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 tlmt 3 timej <S tlmei 75e (*w Inch 60c per Inch SOc per Inch WATERMELONS i v :.Ai the, ; .'S'> Curve rjlee Us for your car needs; • IYERS GULF SERVICE l?h. 7-9955 lEDTCTBUY GUNS GAS HEATERS H* frRGAlN^HOUSE Rotet quoted obovt of« for con- Mcutive 'nsertlonj. Irregular or iklp- dote.adt will take »h« 6n«-doy rat«. All dolly classified'advertising copy ,wlll be occepfed until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publisher! reserve the right to rtvls* or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted . . Initials of one or more letter*, groups or figures such at house or telephone number* count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Wont Ads unless •7 or * *.°, r *. colled '° O"' o'tentlon offer FIRST insertion of od and thert for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion, PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 CLOSE OUT 2 GROUPS OF ClAHOMA'TIRE A SUPPLY REFRIGERATION and , ^,, CONDITIONING $E*Yifc&- -;.: •'APFLiANCE REPAIR For SoU TWO' BEDROOM home 1% block from Brookwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5374. 28-tfi 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 Majrtff B. L. RETTlG H. M. (OLIE), OLSOH TALBOT FE1LD. JR. Reol Estate for SaU WE Sell-Rent and Buy Real Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13- IMo. COMPLETELY Furnished — big enough for three apartments — five rooms and two baths downstairs -4 4 rooms and bath upstairs — stroage galore, garage— two screened porches — all in good condition — 110 x 140' shad, lot — three blocks from uptow; — will trade or sell for cash down payment and terms. Vacant now CALL - FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 So. Main St. PR 7-4691 . . . 22-3 Leaders in the Major Leagues fcy United Press LEADING BATTERS (Base on 150 Official at Bats) AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB R H Pet Kaline, Detroit 62 245 50 91 .371 Kuenn, Detroit 53 213 31 71 .333 Power, K. C. 57 221 37 70 .317 Smith, Civ. 66 278 58 86 .309 NATIONAL LEAGUE Ashburn, Pa. 54 208 41 76 .365 Nashville Gets Sweet Revenge Over Hope Team SPORTS ROUNDUP .By GAYLE TALBOT. 3ampanella, Bkh. 63 239 42 81 .339! Kluszewski, Cin. 60 237 40 80 .338 Mueller, N.Y. 61 254 28 85 .335 Aaron, Mil. 65 269 42 88 .327 Home Runs Snider, Dodgers 23- Klusgewski, Redlegs 21; Campanella, Dodgers 19; Mantle, Yankees 18;. Mays, Giants 17. . Runs Batted In — Snider, Dodgers 70; Campa ne U a, Dodgers O; Ennis, Phillies 53; Mantle, Yan- tecs 50; Jensen, Red Sox 49; Kaine. Tigers 49. Runt — Mantle, Yankees 63; son and White. t T'T rU " ln th to back doubles by John- Friday, June 24, 1955 Turley Blanks Washington as • Yankees Climb By ED WILKS Of The Associated Press If Baltimore Manager Paul Richards is keeping a record of the players he has traded away, ha can call it "Poor Richard'P Diary." Give a look. Richards, who dou- T tneir class. jknows now that there's a "great bles as e ene ral manager for the If ever again there is a middle- deal of difference between fighting I last " place Ori °les after leaving the ..'f»|[Tnf nna t-nr»i/-»n nrVm fr\r*1 « U—. i_.__. .... . . . o **•"•& ,-,j-i»^«-irt«*— «„ i __ j; . *-tt • _ . *..••, NEW YORK (/P) — It will be a 1 long, long time, we fearlessly pre-' As for °Is°n, he almost seemed diet, before the promoters will tc '' eal «e from the moment he work up nerve enough to serve stepped out to face Moore that the customers another blue plate ' le was a boy sent on a man's special between the champions of en ' ancl - He looked pale and ex- Thc Hope Legionnaires seven lhe 16 ° and 175-pound divisions. lamely uneasy and there was no |ame winning streak was snapped! Il nas lon S since been proved ligllt of batt le in his eyes. He made last night as the Nashville Cubs lo be an ""natural pairing. The no Intense of moving in and slug- overpowered them 16-4 at Nash i iatcst farce, in which large ancl ging away with both hands, the ville. "Ideadly punching Archie Moore dis- slylc of fi S nti "g which made him Hope took over the lead in th<> atcned "little" Bobo Olson with lhe scourge of the middleweight,. :„;.:_, : " . .. ... J6ad ln the almost the first eood lirk h P inn.i. NEW YORK UK— Bobo Olson had runs in thc Green ' Weight champion who feels he has and the ^vision up, 8U ch as larger. P ennant -contending Chicago White Sox, has palmed off, among others, Pitchers Bob Turley and Har- /-—-• — •• "1111.111 •>* e .... , , . «««i j.iutii_i._n_vj win uuiL Uicailllil!' «, .. _ . - - , onc run o f the Cubs in thc sixth as 5eU a {""-"edged light heavy- now of lacing Rocky Mariiano for Snider, Dodgers 59; Smith, In-singles by McKinney and W. H. Gun 1 ^'^ £ cforc thc f ;a P crs a io the heavyweight title and go back ,™ S ,^ 8 i, Brut ° n - Bra ves 54; Gil-tor plus two errors produced the s .' gncd ' Thl f would a utomaticallv to the group where he belongs mat.cn of its false Moore will in all probability meet gc " run ' Hopc ' s other run in THREE bedroom home on large lo' with garden spot. Only three years old, with garage, two floor furnaces, and concrete porch. Al in new condition and priced to sell. •'.-:.• FRESH WHITE RIVER FISH 1% Miles out on Washington Hy FULLER & SON FISH MARKET 21-6t BOAT TRAILER. Will take up to 14 foot boat. Good tires. Will sell at reasonable price. Call 7-3776 or see at 401 South Shover Street. 21-3t SPACIOU!? two-bedroom home . on nice shady lot, has garage, attic fan, screened porchi fenced back yard, lots of closets and is beautifully landscaped. This home is tops in every way. Call or sec. BILL ROUTON FOSTER REALTY CO. Telephone - Day '- PR 7-4691 'Night - PR 7-5596 24-3t For Rent ;5 " "" •—-—•" USED FURNITURE CO. BdQt pfCJty Limit* Wait Gallon Water Barred for ••!• |("hon« 7-4381 Hopt, Ark. Street. Nice lot. Attic fan, Tile 1 .floors. Phone-7-4610. 22-3t' YORKSHIRE Pigs. A. B. Patmos-Shover Springs Phone 7-4931. Street. 10-tf Road. j>2-6t 5 ROOM furnished house. Available July 1. $45.00 per month. 1120 East 2nd. Phone 7-3543. 22-3t WESTERN SHARES «'-tf ffl«wft.tfJ«*!lppomt Fund ~ 'Pvaflabl* . AGENT . Ark. . Phon*r-44M. LOVELy 2.year old home..Located FOUR Room House veneTun rin the McDowell addition, on 2/3 blinds, hardwood floors of an'acre. Large number of big — ~ ' shade trees; Level lawn with St. age. See' owner at Elm. gar- 1804 South '22-6t Augustine grass. This home'nas three - large- bedrooms.- Wall to.4 ROOM furnished garage apart- .wall ,'ca'rpet in'Hying room, and' ment. Also garage. Phone 7-3497. hall. Also;'rubber ..tile and hard- '. " '.':. :. / " 22-6 wood floors. 2 baths' "(1V4). Double : iraves 88; Smith, Indians „„, Hucller, Giants 85; Bruton, Braves 62; Fox, • White Sox 82. Pitching (Based on 7 decisions) —Newcombe, Dodgers (12-1) .923; Donovan, White Sox (9-2) 818- Wynn, Indians (9-2) Cardinals 8-2) .800; ers (7-2) .778. , u i i , i . "'" -•••---••> uivisiuu up, SUCH as .ttrcnie ivioore —— " """ *"">-j *>"" nai and Bell. |he should at least be forced to. The 100-pound champion from !7 Byrd and Outfielder Gene Wood- Thc Legionnaires pulled within -^andon his Utle and declare him- San Francisco will quit dreaminc Jing ' Woodling, traded to Cleveland last week, really boomerangcd. He got 4-for-4 and baited in four run* ns the Indians' trounced the Orioles 9-2 yesterday. Byrd, a 30-year-old right-hand- er bundled off to the White Sox nine days ago, gave just four hits and blanked Washington 7-0. It was his second victory in two rtarts since leaving the Orioles. And Turley, the young fire-bailer who went to New York's Yan- m , ^. n e ' proay meet Hits -Kaline, Tigers 91; Aaron, ninth on singles by Barrentino, Bo-i ghtter *?? mu / e thc ball ynoo. Ol- Rocky for the grand prize in Sep- ravos na- s™m, T^: ..... . , ..... .._.,,„ „ „ . • ao son would not have agreed to such tembcr and off that right hand yett, and VV. H. Gunter. Nashville broke the game wide open in the sixth as three runs were scored on a sim error and a home run terms. In retrospect—and one can ^vith which he started Olson crash- be ing down in the third round lasl wouldn't be surprised if sec - f en ,. P h v T.,,,1. 0 , , '• , waa— mine was less re ) 818- Arrovo I —•-- -.' ««<-iv v^dwjey. n ive lor this mx • LOGS- Dode mor(e . runs crossed the plate in the for the last , J-.OCS, iJOflg- next inn ntr ac „ v,.,,.,, i__,,_ i T . reason ing. R "** * previous one between'a 10-pound- sizzling June merely bided his time until ;nt. kees in an 18-playei deal that he whipped Woodling and Byrd to AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 45 23 .662 40 22 .645 2 40 26 .606 4 32 30 .516 10 34 32 .515 10 24 40 .375 19 23 40 .365 19"' 2 20 45 .308 23 Vs. ' York • Chicago leveland Detroit Boston Cansas City Washington Baltimore Yesterday's Results New York 4, Kansas City 0 Cleveland 9, Baltimore 2 Boston 7, Detroit 0 Chicago 7, Washington 0 ' ., Today's Games Cleveland at New York (night) Chicago at Boston (night) Kansas City at Baltimore (night) Detroit at Washington night) .NATIONAL LEAGUE next inning as a base on balls, homerun by Reese, sinsles bv Anderson, Castleberry Carpenter night in" 1952""'" UI """' 6 """yncrciy oiaea nis time until he whipped Woodling and Byrd to Ba» and Crawley scored the runs The Suear Bov hart K B SUcker B ° b ° into givin S hlmltimore last winter, fanned sixf The Cubs really iced the game in uiJefisJic marvel for y^ar^ ^ the^nht ^ ^ ^ "^ ^ ***** ^ °™ ^ ^ ° Ut Kan ' the eighth as Masey and Reese he fough't his way triumphantly up I The general' singled, Anderson doubled home a through three weight divisions. ! Moore had Joe Barrentme, loser, his first of intents. guess was that put on at least five agreed on the a dreamboat. while- head at the noon weigh n Olson , , . e noon we the season against six wins, gave Maxlm merely was the best of a probably did not add up 16 runs on 18 hits, walked 9 and sad cr °P of 175-pounders. Joey 'his sas City on three singles 3-0. The other American League garage. Shown by appointment only. Phone 7-4697. 23-3t TTr>ATTOTr *~* " ~ URNISHED Apartment. Three 3nd balh - Nice neighbor- I|EE-T-MITE Ttrmite Control Sirvicii Owned & Operated by GUY GRIGG ; v : Service palicf 109 South Main St. Phone. 7-3445 er 7-2772 GOOD Super A Farmall and full line equipment. L. Wright 600 West Third. Hope, Phone 7-4626. hood. Close-in. Phone 7-2896. line equipment. L. Wright 600 £ TTP1 ,. TTOTTT ir— ,„„„V,iflOfl FURNISHED 5 23-3t 23-3t 6 ROOM house. Newly decorated inside a'nd out. Natural gas. 5 acres of ground. All good-out buildings. 2Vi miles of Hope, on the Shover Springs and Patmos road. Charles Moss .Dial 7-2935. 23-3t LARGE TENT. 18' x 20'. Will trade room, house. Floor furnace and attic,fan. 221 West 5th St. Phone 7-2600. 21-3t Notice JESS Morris for custom slaughter", ing and processing meats at Community Ice Co. Phone 72244 or 7-3578. June 3-1 Mo. North Hamilton. 23-3t GURRY'S Fermite Control Co. BONDED INSUlUD GUARANTEED ".' • • -ii , For Free Inspection £;•-'•' coil : A- D. MM^Iobrookf Jr. " 3he$ 7-2822 or 7-3791 for good boat. , Ed Percell, 323 Do vou want a new modern home for your family? I will build it to your plans and furnish the lot — on either of the following plans:. G. I. 100% Loan — $250.00 cash 8 ROOM House.:2 baths. $3750.00 cash or small down payment with terms, W. E. Bruncr, Phone 7-4386. 23-3t Srooklyn Milwaukee hie a go New York Cincinnati Philadelphia St." Louis Pittsburgh W L Pet. GB 49 16 .754 35 30 .538 14 36 31 .537 14 32 33 .492 17 28 33 .459 19 29 35 .453 19'/o 27 35 .435 20i/ 2 21 44 .323 28 fanned 5. Clyde Green, the winning pitcher, give up 4 runs on 14 hits, struck out 10 while walking 3. Tonight (Friday; the Hope Legionnaires will meet the Waldo Giants in Legion Park. Game time 8 p. in. Next Tuesday night Barkj- dale Air Force Base Flyers will'be here for a game with the Legionnaires. HOPE Johnson, ss White, 2b Boyett, c McKinney, cf W. Gunter, lb Fant, If B. Gunter, 3b Duke, rf C n, ndi h ly K C T edCd that h '°l Bobo P»« P ired so copiously in punch hard enough to his coiner before the bell that his „,,„„ .. _ . . ,handlcrs had to swab his fa<-e •«im who fin Wa ,f R °Tf"' not do ™ several times. Moore looked r ht lf" al * Wllt !l l " V" ? s C001 as a " ""tun™ breeze be- laise a welt. , . , .. - — action began, and ht babbling on his stool fought the same way. There never rn i**-.iiv,^l^ *„ „„ c- - . . Jt J - JI( - il - 11LVC1 h P ? n ° r u-,T ndS t0 f°' Su e al '' was any real reason to think aooo been hit too much and he could pull it off once they had f ahead on nninlo h,,l tk., 4 u_j _. . .. . y Q f n u j . ' ° " ° Uchd very physical exertion of tugging though all three , .and that goes even ring officials Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 7, Chicago 4 St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 1 (Only games scheduled) Today'* Games ' Brooklyn at Milwaukee' (night) Pittsburgh at Chicago New York at. St. Louis (night) Philadelphia at Cincinnati (2) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB Barrentine, p Totals NASHVILLE Castleberry, ri Nutt, 2b (1) Bell, If Carpenter, ss J. Crawley, lb B. Crawley, 3b ' Woodson, 3b (7) Howard, cf Masey, lb (7) Reese, 2b, cf Anderson, c Green, p Totals OUT OF DOORS with 4 1 3!) 4 14 AB R H 422 2 1 1 .401 4 2 2 6 1 2 300 000 2 1 .1 1 1 d 433 422 532 39 13 17 Memphis New Orleans Birmingham Chattanooga 5 PURE bred Dalmactjan puppies. All females. J. T. Adams, Jr., Emmet, Rt. 2. 24-3t Services Offered WATTRES9 renovation and timer- iprinff work Cobb IttttreM Co. 116 South Wiifalnfton. Phon* MM. *.tf 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-tt . „ __ uu j* t?H\J\J, \J\J l»ClOil| »*'"»*»»fc4*»1 down payment. FHA Loan - 10% (Atlanta down and closing costs. See me' Nashvillc 42 29 41 31 42 33 43 35 40 37 .592 .569 I'/. .560 2 .551 2 "A .519 5 now. JESSIE SINCLAIR PR 7-2559 22-3t Hope Star r«i it 17 January If, 1«?t everv Wrcltdov afternoon b» <T*» PUBLISHING CO. -£. f, faimer. Prtildmtt ' H W««fchurn. Sec-r HOUSE moving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Prescott. Phone Tarried Ted Really a Lift to the Bosox Mobile Little Rock 35 39 .473 8'/> 33 37 .471 8', 20 55 .267 24 812-K11. May 23-1 Mo '^-^.,> . F'--'"* 1 S*of Bullrftnq Pf£|J.!M« *ou»h W,!nu» **„•.,«•... Hop , ( Arkqn ,,, .M, W«|hburn, editor I PubHihw H. lontt, Manoainf fdl»9r , Oovlt. AdvertMnq Mono** W ; Humer, Mech. >up>/ RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. We have meat for your deep freeze. See us before buying. J Un el3-l Mo. M1 percentage SP1TIET PIANO. Responsible par- Ted Williams deserves muc) ty in this area can arrange most' credit for tne improvement. Since attractive purchase on this fine!i?, turnin e to the lineup May 28 he's Spinet Piano. Write before we f , ,' 387 with nirie home runs - two send truck — CREDIT MGR.j: ples> e 'Sht doubles, 24 runs bat- JOPLIN PIANO CO., 312 MAIN Ji; '"' scored 20 runs a "d drawn By BOB HOOBING BOSTON W) — Boston's torri Hed Sox, on the threshold of th American , League first divisio; with 14 wins in 16 games, ar "having a little fun" the way Man ager Mike Wiggins tells it. Detroit, which arrived Tuesdaj three games ahead of Boston in * Yesterday's Results Mobile 7, Birmingham 0 New Orleans 7, Atlanta 5 Memphis 10, Nashville 8 Chattanooga 8, Little Rock 3 Today's Games Chattanooga at Little Rock Nashville at Memphis Birmingham at Mobile Atlanta at New Orleans •> second clou mott.r «t ST., JOPLIN, MO. 22-4t Ro»p? (payobl* In oil- »onc«J: .In Hi-.p*"ori'd neighboring ' ' . ........... . ....... 29 ....... 1 3.00 Htippstwd. N»vqdg, and Miller eoun- « ° I walks - In addition, he's given valuable WATER Well Drilling any depth ; batting tips to the younger mem- or size. See O. T. Clark and Son, C. R. Clark, Cale, Ark., or 203 East Avc. B., Hope, Ark. June 24-1 Mo. Funcrol Dirccrort OAKCREST Funeral Homr Insur- •nce . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Haul... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CQBNEUUS Fvwera! Home and Burial Awoclatlon Prompt Ambulance Phont 7-8570 or 7-5§Of. Service. W-l Mo. For Soft or Least J.OOA General and modern poultry tiers of the club. In the Detroit scries" Williams: 1. Hit a three-run homer that beat the Tigers 5-4 in the firit game. 2. Clubbed,, three doubles in the second game' for two RBI's and scored twice in a 12-7 win, 3. Got a single and three key walks as Boston blanked the Tigers 7-0 on Frank Sullivan's two-hitter. Though pained severely recently with a sore back, Williams is hustling like never before. He's jmaking fine catches in left field and even stolen a base. His enthusiasm is catching. Suddenly, Shortstop Billy Klaus, hilling .299, flowered batting ahead of Tec} while Righthanders Jackie COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Monroe El Dorado Hot Springs Greenville Meridian Vicksburg 34 21 .618 32 22 .593 I'/-, 31 25 .554 3>,<. 27 27 .500 6'4 25 30 .455 9 16 40 .286 16'/o Five Record Holders Meet in Denver By FRANK PITMAN BOULDER, Colo. -Five world recr-rd homers, eiijht Olympic champions and other stars begin competition today in the National AAU track and field champion- snips —an event rated as the 'semi-finals" for selection of the 1956 U.S. Olympic team. Today's program will include finals in the 100 yard dash, mile run, high jump and shot put Former Morgan State Star Art I* a rr r* -i,.:il _l_^_.i .. •»*.(, By WARREN PAGE Shooting Editor The most accurate rifles in the world — that's putting it mildly. The phrase should be; the most accurate rifles the world has ever seen, They are what several thousand accuracy bugs, most of them members of the National Bench Rest Shooters Association will be firing this summer in a multiple effort to break present world accuracy records. And that isn't going to be easy, | Take your pencil and draw a circle a quarter of an inch in diameter. Now scallop its circumference, a bit, like a ragged bullet hole. That's the size of the world record group for ten shots at 100 yards — .2402 inches across outermost centers. It's held by O. A. Rinchart, who shot a Federal-primed .219 Wasp at the Reed's Run Range in Ohio last fall — and in the same shoot a chap named Gottschall and former National Champ Al _ reighton shaded the old record I (Tut) Bartzen, the nation's ' ' game was won by the Boston Red Hots without any help from Richards. The Bostons whipped De- gh-in. Olson troit 7-0 behnid Frank Sullivan's a pound to two-hitter, moving to within one percentage point of the fourth- place Tigers. Those results —with each winner sweeping a three-game serie0 —left thc Yanks out front by two games over the White Sox, who in turn were two ahead of Cleveland. Boston and Detroit are both 10 bames behind New York. In the National first-place Brooklyn swept three from Chicago by winning 7-4. Thc Cubs in second place since May 25, slipped one percentage point behind idle Milwaukee. St. Louis beat Philadelphia 7-L. in the only other 'game scheduled"' dropping the Phils into sixth place behind idle Cincinnati. Woodling, who Richards had hoped would give the Orioles a big bat but hit only .221 in 47 games, now is batting .444 for Cleveland in six games. The Indians had 15 hits for the second straight day off Baltimore pitching while Bob Feller tossed a four- hitter for his second victory of the year. i Brooklyn kept.winning as bases- loaded singles by .Pee Wee Reese and Gil Hodges scored four runs in the seventh to overhaul ths Cubs and. Loser-Sam Jones. Unbeaten Clem Labine won his sixth with, help .from Karl Spooner. The Cards had 12 hits off loser Herm Wehmeier and two reliefers, including homers by Wally Moon and Bill Virdon. Rookie • Floyd Wooldridge scattered seven hits, giving the Phils just one after the* fifth. . ~ Barton Looks Like fhe Man to Beat LITTLE ROCK UP) — Bernard Bragg will defend his century crown against a field of sprinters including Jim Golliday of Northwestern, NCAA champ; R od Richard, Pan American Games win- witih one-holers measuring .2638 8th tennis player, is looking . , and .2598 respectively. Almost lmore and more like the man to incredible — but with just the :win lhe annual Southwest Open right man, the right rifle, and the! Tennis Tournament at Little Rock's $64,000 right conditions even that phenomenal accuracy may be beaten this year. Country Club. Bartzen took his second effortless victory, a 6-1, 6-0 conquest W'hat about 200 yards? Same' of Yves Lemaitre of Mexico City, story. For a few minutes at the in yesterday's third round to ad Yesterday's Results Monroe 3, El Dorado 2 Hot Springs 14, Meridian 1 Greenville 6, Vicksburg 1 Today's Games Vicksburg at Greenville Meridian at Hot Springs El Dorado at Monroe (Tex.j Christian College who's unbeaten in 3 An "unknown starts. was year at MK4 MINOR LEAGUE BB By The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 6; St. Paul 5 Only game scheduled TEXAS LEAGUE Oklahoma City 3; Dallas 2 Tulsa 2; Fort Worth 1 San Antonio 3; Houston 1 Shreveport 5; Beamont 2 bidding for honors in the 100 is Thomas Torian of Lane (Tenn.) College who clocked in 9.4 earlier this ye- al - al Nashville. That is thc AAU record set last year by Bragg Mel Fatten holds the world mark at y.j. i The mile run matches Wes San- Dubois competition .222 shooter- vance to tne P. uarte riinals. The sin Mike Walker had a new record ele point score bv LeMaitre is til with ten shots into .5708 inches i° nly one Bartzen na s allowed i but in the next match, veteran I his two nnalches Sam Clark squeezed that do-vn i After drawing a first round bye to .5276. A half-inch at a tarepti the San An S el °- Tex., wizard two football fields away! Th'; iWni PP° d . LoL1 Sie gel of Little Rock five-shot record over this dis ^""' ®® in ^ e second round, tance is held by gunsmith Claii-i Bartzen is the defending cham Taylor with an amazin« littpl pion ° f the Sollthwes t Open, and .3032 inch cluster. And ft wasn'f I tOp " secdcd player here> too long ago -when three minutes L H ' S T^?' competition ma y corns of angle, six inches at ->00 hun ! "V e P ^ cedcd io ^Sn play dred yards, was considered Jood" 1 ^! ^T Palaf ° X ° f Mexlc ° rifle accuracy ^ ood iCity who also moved into the quar The National Champ for 1954 *f "."f 1 . 8 ^sterday with his second Ed McNally of FayettevUlc Nia ^' straight victory Palafox whipped _ / . .. * "*•>"'<-, i\. x., .Tamps Snhmirit. nf Romimnnf wa, awarded, the Field . his performance at the country- AAU champion, F,ed Dw^Tlso wide nVaTches at Just r° S^D *£ tTT"r'• in the field is Bobby Seaman of "~ " ^ ' ' " "*<-*~i, a. u. in that divi Schmidt of Beaumont Neither of the favorites in the the Tlakntn v, hC that division's round yester- i "^«<t»v**i \ji. j i— -»v. J-'«(\ULO who was timed at 4:01.4ito average .703 inches tins spring at Compton, Calif. The i ten-shot spreads only American collegian ever beat Santee in the century distance, a great record'byes under the conditions, well worthy of the sterling Field & Stream bowl. A continuing study by the Popu- ation 'Refesence Buseau shows that to mile, Bobby Ticlwell, 23, sophomore at Emporia (Kan.) State College, is also competing. Santee holds the record of 4:13J The record aggregate fiiiurcs at Folsom Field here, a mile above;from all ;NBRSA matches fhed f C n« ' " It Wi " take abollt a ' is fif ' ty shots for a - 3i8 inches at 4:0fa or a 4:07 to win this mile a hundred, fifty for 1.082 at two and that's what I'm here to do," Santee added. "I certainly won't try for any 4 minute mark this week. I'll just run to win." The high jump managed day. Both the top-seeded Ameii- for five jean, Karl Fagoros of Miami, Fla., 1 fiffi fn -n ^ yai'ds.land her foreign counterpart, Yola ifh,nv f °Vl'T < l S - at .. t . he ^o-iRamirez of Mexico City, drew Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Newcastle, N. B. —Floyd Patterson, 170, Brooklyn, stopped one may tumble. Sierra Bullets i i T P«i T . T , , • l The Weh jump Batches Ernie of Whittier, Calif., has posted $1 000 H 1,^ , C K° ^l 8 ^ , dU , a ^LfL 13 :'"? Shel , t0 »' •* u ' h ?™. 9^»™«- *'- to a "^ »' h ° «n trim &?£££& 5. Los Angeles — Johnny Summer- more children but do not yet tjave nough to replace their own num- ers. it a grand slam .lomer. Zauchin four-bagger with a mate aboard farm for breeder stock. L. Wri- ljenf ' t>n and roeki'e Norm Zauchin j and Klaus, stretching his hitting 8ht, 600 West Third. Phone 7- "" ' " ' ' ' " 4828. 23-3t lutintM For U«i« 0)0) .Igrii.HJYKVIUtfn, *** loose behind hini streak to 12 games, singled in the Zauchin broke loose May 27 — ( 9ther run. the nife'ht before WUUams returned! "We're having a little fun," the —for-three home, runs and a double aga,|nst Washj^jjton. Since then he's tagged nine Qi his 13 honv . ,jen,sen has 14 hflrne -runs aqtj pri.c«d.,51 Bill's. silent Higgins grins. "Let the other guys worry for a change —that's the way we like it." Only three pitchers have gone against Boston Pi r Mfi who's cleared 6 ft. 11 inches, against Charles Dumas, 18, Compton, Calif., high school student who's gone over 6-10'A. Walt Wavis of Houston, Tux., set the AAU of in 1953 iw a.ijrune wiiu uau trim tne aggre- IPV IHR gate record with bullets of .243 dia- T ivnVn meter (6 mm.) or larger, $250 if it's done with a .22 centerfire. And to push interest in accuracy shooting with lighter rifles, Joyce Hornaday has $500 for , ? ' fi ° PP Contestants Screened on Most Shows By WAYNE OLIVER NEW YORK UP) — CBS' Question,'hottest new show in TV, is. so lucky on having interesting contestants it might appear they were carefully screened—and they are. Louis G. Cowan, who owns the show, and executive producer Steve Carlin make no secret about that. But they say contestants are chosen for their human interest value rather than on the basis of whether they're likely to be able to answer difficult questions. The story of the contestant is' as important as the amount of money they're trying for, they say. Thus it was that the first big v.-inner, Redmond O'Hanlon, was quite a story himself. He's a New York City policeman, a Shakespearean .scholar, ' holder of a master of arts degree and the father of five children. .. He quit with $16,000 rather than*' risk it trying for $32,000. Contestants are chosen from two sources—letters sent to the program and cards distributed among he studio audience. Those picked Vom the audience won't be on the night the choice is made. If they jass the screening, they are Drought on later. Usually 25 potential contestant.? re picked for each show but after dree screenings the number is re- ^ uced to five, Those five are told j I's unlikely more than three will ] ave a chance to go for the ioney. ; Friday, June 24, 1955 HOPt STAR, HOfl, ARKANSAS McCarthy Try for Limelight Beaten Down By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON UP) — Sen. McCarthy (R-VVisJ an increasingly obscure American politician, this \yeek tried to climb out of the political basement where he landed after the Senate condemned some s&of his actions last Dec. 2. The reaction he got was worse than in December. The vote for condemnation was 67-22. Yesterday the Senate voted against a resolution he offered 7.7-4. McCarthy alone knows whether what happened to him last year took the fight out of him.- But, whereas in the past he hit out in nil directions and had no trouble finding material for headlines, this ,«p'car he has been comparatively *~quiet. He has seldom been in the news. In climbing back into public view this week, McCarthy repeated what started him toward the basement in the first place: he tried to match strength with Pres. dent Eisenhower. Democrats and Republicans alike rallied lo Eisenhower and when thc showdown came McCarthy didn't have much stomach for it. /|| In the Eisenhower administration's first two years, while he was still riding high, McCarthy tried to tell it how to handle some- of its foreign policy, lambasted some of its officials and attacked unsparingly some of its operations. But when he iit into the Army, the administration took a stand. In the Army- McCarthy hearings \vhich followed, the Army couldn't claim victory but neither could McCarthy. '.;•*..»For the first time millions of Americans got a good look at McCarthy and his tactics. He may WANTED MAN & WOMAN Willing to work. Good Pay. Reaves Bargain House 23-2t Polio Coses Show Decrease in Week WASHINGTON OPV- New polio cases reported over the nation last week dropped to 266 from 300 in the week before. It was the lowest 'total for the comparable week since 1951. The 266 cases in the week ended June 18'compared with 421 in the corresponding 1954 week. This put the total number of cases since April 1 behind the comparative 1954 figures for the first time in some weeks. The "disease year" for polio starts about April 1. Totals for this disease year and last were 2,038 and 2,087, respectively, through last week. Cases in this calendar year have consistently run behind 1954 and now stand at 3,102, compared with 3,640. The Public Health Service, which keeps these figures, also reported today that confirmed cases among contacts of persons given the Salk vaccine had risen to 149 and confirmed cases among vaccinated persons had numbered 168. Mario Riva, a Movie Holdout Ready to Sign By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD WV— Maria Riva, TV's most noted holdout against the movies, is now ready to sue- dumb to the studio offers. The beautiful daughter of Mar lene Dietrich is here for an ap pearance on CBS—TV's climax to- If she had her way, she'd The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Home This is a complete reversal for her. In the early days of TV, she became famous as one of the me dium's most accomplished ac tresses. The movie offers naturally poured in. She turned them down. "I, had several reasons," she says now. "I needed the experience that television could give me. My husband's work required him to be in New York, and I didn't believe in nurses bringing up our two sons. "Also, having been raised in Hollywood, I knew what a woman's life can be here. You're off RISING STAR BAPTIST Rev. W M. Erby, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Ambers Dunlap, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 8 p. m. B. T. U. 8 p. m. Evening Worship GARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIST Rev. F. R. Williams, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School L. C. Wyatt, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. B. T. U. 9:30 p m. Baptist Hour over Station KXAR. money to paint their church. This he did and was at Sunday School. M. G. Gamble was also there and took an active part in the Sunday School and prayer service. Reverend Glover preached from Matt. 8:16; Subject "What Aileth Thee? The service was well appreciated, and the spirit good. The total amount raised was $27.65 and the entire sum went for paint. Immediately after the service dinner was served. Two-Winners in Beauty Contest HELENA UPt— Contestants from Helena and Springdale got off to a head start in the 3-day pageant to select a new Miss Arkansas by winning preliminary contests here last night. Miss Springdale, 19-year-old Paula Cummings, won the first talent contest with a calypso dance, and Miss Helena, Cherie Bowers, finished first in the bathing suit competition. Judges divided the 28 girls into groups of 14. The group which participated in the talent contest last night will model swim suits tonight, while the other 14 will dis- pay their talents for the judges. The winner will be announced Friday night. to the studio at six in the morning and home at seven. You can't devote much attention to your family. I'm the kind who cooks all the meals. When I go away, I have to spend days cooking dishes for the freezer. My husband doesn't like anyone else's meals/' Maria said she now could switch to this coast because her husband, William Riva, has changed his business. Once a broadway scenic designer, he now has his own busi-; ness of industrial and other design and she is anxious to bring up her children here. She allowed that she could find ways to combat the rigorous life of movie ac- The First Baptist Church in Washington will sponsor a weiner roast Friday night, June 25. The public is invited. There will be a weiner roast at Mt. Zion CME Church Saturday night, June 25, sponsored by the missionary society. Liverpool, England — Dione, 147, France, outpointed Wally Thorn, 146, Great Britain, 15. (For European welterweight titie> Defending champion Parry anyone who trims an existing ten- O'Brien, who's been warming up shot record when using a 12- all week at Boulder, is the man Pound rifle, twice that if it's done eight JUNIOR POLICE the AAU mark of 58 ft. 11— pounder. inches last year and has tossed the iron ball more than 60 feet. Challenging him are Bill Nieder (AP) - The suburb of ( ' 0 Boys and girls 12 to 18 are of Kansas, th.e *Sm ~ SSff Yet it isnt the cash, but the pledged to help in traffic patrol everlasting pursuit of the peifect.woik, protect public buildings one-hole group, that keeps these against vandalism and promote eharnp, and, I riflemen trying- J i eood c4twrysh.tP. They will wear su- Bonk Entered But Nothing Missing POCAHONTAS, Ml—The Bank of Reynb was entered sometime last night, but apparently nothing was taken. M Reyno is between PoCahontas and Corning in Randolph County. Glen Brown, a bank employe, said that nothing was missed. A newspaper delivery boy noticed that the lock on the door of the bank was missing and reported it to police. Brown credited equipment that was purchased recently with dis- •. couraging the thiei or thieves trying to open, the bank The bank was robbed. urj^arteecji twjce in a pc4Q4-^ JftSS-^ - 1 " "rff^rrr-AfVf ^- — ^-*— .' A V THRILLING, NEW GO-TOGETHER COLORS AT NO EXTRA COST * See them here! * Star White *Dawn Yellow * Meridian Blue * Sunset Copper See them on actual all-steel Youngstown Kitchens units. Go-Together Colors make kitchen-planning fool' proof. And there's no extra cost for colorl SEE THEM HERE! Hope Builders Supply Co. 3QO W.3rd Phone 7-2381 CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennlc, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Mrs. Myrtle Richardson, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Y. P. W. W. 8 p. m. Evening Worship BETHEL AME CHURCH Rev. Willard Leake, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Mrs. E. M. Nelson, Supt. Subject: "I Can't Take It" 11 a. m. Morning Worship 7 p. m. Evening Worship 6 p. m. A. E. C. League 3:30 p. m. Bethel AME Church will visit Bethel AME Church in Gurdon Sunday, June 26. BEEBEE MEMORIAL C. M. Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pastor S:45 a. m Sunday School Mrs A. B. Rerger, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Epworth League 8 p. m. Evening Worship. MT. ZION CME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School S. J. Johnson, Supt, 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. Epworth League 8 p. m. Evening Worship LONOKE .BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. J. C. Coby, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Mrs. Ella Rice, Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6 p. m. B. T. U. 7 p. m. Evening Worship Sunday was Father's Day, and George Smith, Sr., asked the Rev. E. N. Glover to come to Mt. Olive Baptist Church and donate them a sermon as they were trying to raise have won new followers but he bored a lot of people and alienated others. Almost immediately afterwards ie was in the political fight of his life: an attempt to ward -off cen- ure of his conduct by the Senate. Instead of censure, the Senate condemned some of his conduct. Outwardly McCarthy took the result calmly. But he began to fade in a hurry. This week ho asked the Senate to adopt a reso- ution which many senators said would have tied Eisenhower's lands at the Big Four meeting in July or perhaps prevented a meet- 'ng. McCarthy's resolution would lave the Senate tell the aclminis- ration to demand of Russia an agreement—before the big meet- ng — that it would discuss the 'status" of Communist control in countries in Asia and Europe. If the Senate went along with him, McCarthy could claim he had dictated to Eisenhower and the Russians what they should talk about. He said he wanted the Senate to act. But yesterday, when he saw he vould be clobbered, he not only ried to avoid a vote but charged hat those' who insisted on the showdown were aiding the Communists. This time only threw other Republicans voted with McCarthy in the 11-4 vote. Funeral service for Mrs. Lucy K. Kennebrew were held Friday, June 25, at Mt. Zion CME Church, with Smith Funeral Home in charge. On Sunday June 26," in honor of St. John's Day, the Keystone Lodge No. 43 F. A. M.-of Prince Hall affiliation, will render a program at the BeeBee Memorial CME Church. ' BeeBee Chapter No. 412, Order of Eastern Star will participate in the exercises. All Prince Hall Masons are' cordially invited to be present and take part in the exercises. H. L. Washington, will be in charge as Master of Ceremonies. The public is invited. The program will begin at 3:00 p. m. Song Invocation — Chaplin, F. Flenory. Song Remarks — Master of Ceremonies. The Importance of St. John's Day — G. L. Cox, S. W. The Influence of a Star — Mrs. N. M. Washington W. M. BeeBee Chapter No. 412 0. L. S. Short Talk — J. H. Lawson, D. G. M. Solo — C. G. Carmicheal, J. W. Sermon — Rev. W. M. Erby. Offering Adjournment One of the big reasons for her switch is a change in the acting setup in TV. "I saw this coming two years ago," she observed. "I said that the time would come when the TV stars—those actors who have made their names in TV alone — would be shoved into the background by the movie names. "You see, we don't have a TV audience. We have a movie audience that is now watching television. People recognize movie names more readily. So if a producer has, the choice between a movie actor and a TV performsr he will naturally choose the plus value of the movie name." She cited that more and more film personalities are doing TV, drawn by the big salaries, the immensity of the audience and convinced that it is no longer degrading to do jido. IKE CITED FOR SERVICE—President Eisenhower Is presented. with a citation "for his humanitarian service to, and inspiring support of, America's. Cerebral Palsied." Presentation was made ' In Washington, D. C., by.Leonard H. Goldenson, chairman, of the ' board of directors of United Cerebral Palsy, center, and Roger & {Firestone of Pottstown, Pa., 1955 national UCP campaign chairman.. PRESCOTT NEWS W. M. U. Meets In Horne_.; U.-of the on ton bowl. Mrs. Brad Bright Hostess To B W C day J. 0. Cpiernan i "for>. a- ; eoml)ined meeting.' Mrs. H. D.' Bratcheg'and Mrs., Roy Staintori were assisting hostesses. • - • -. • |;H r Mrs. J. H. Langley voiced the opening prayer and conducted the business. The study on "All the World and All The Word" was in charge of Mrs. A. R. Underwood and she closed the meeting with prayer. During the social hour the •members were invited into the dining room where they were served punch and cake. The table was spread with a white linen cloth''and; centered with a bewutiful arrangement of white gladiolus and bells of Ireland in a black container." Mrs: Stainton presided at the punch met in the home of Mrs, -Brad Bright Monday night for their regular monthly meeting and missionary program. "Stop, Look, and Listen," the program topic, was discussed by Mmes, Lyndell Buchanan, Edward Bryson, A. ,S. 'Buchanan, Ha'rdin Bradley; and Brad Bright. In the business session conducted by Mrs. Bright, the 'group' decided to meet on the third Monday night throughout the summer months. The hostess served delicious-, re freshments. Mrs. Horace Estes ol Gurdon spent Sunday and Monday with her mother, Mrs. S. 1L McMahan. Arkansan's Name Used on Quiz Show By WAYNE, OLIVER NEW YORK <#M-Television may have too many panel quiz show 1 ? but Some ol them can be pleas antly diverting. ABC-TVs Name's the Same comes under that heading. ;The glmmicK Is v6ry simple. Each guest has the same name as some, famous person, event or object. It's u)3 to the panel to discover, by asking guests questions that can be .answered yes or .no, Mr.' and Mrs. Clarence Shope have returned from a visit with relatives in Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gordon, Anna and Ellen are the guests of Mts. Gordon's mother, Mrs. John Sledge,. in Roanoke, Ala, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hart, Dale and Mike of Gardena, Calif., arc the guests; of her father, Lester Steed and Mrs, Steed. what the farnoui ft* jrs are tt oft the" S Start, the name -1* *6reefi whet* tf panellsU can't. The questioning can humt>r««8 ttirflS. Oh L. show, tot ejtarnple, 61 guests was Mrsi Will!* Rison, Ark. tfn* r developed that hi? ol sdrtie one in 40— player in the Natioritl _. a member of the Ne^ If) team. After guesses ntof way to Sal MagUe, th*Jt,» never came up With till Giant star Willie They also muttsd Miss June Bride, W possibly because it young to be a «fun«But they quickly the name of a 9- Flushing, N. Y., Rosa, same as that singer bounced frottt frey's TV-radio shftWi Singer La Rosa — greet his namesake but er Julius appeared Urtlrn the whole affair and Vl ious to get the heck Mrs. Lela Hay^ is spending the summer in Greenville, Miss., with relatives. Mr, and Mrs., Art Nelson o£ Arkadclphia are the guests of,his grandparents,' Mr/ and Mrs. A. P. Jones. Mr. and'Mrs. H. L. Staggs have returned to their home in Duncah- ville, Texas after a visit with "Mi and Mrs. H. D. Bratcher. Mr. and' Mrs; Grady Cox, who -re cently lost their" home'by fire, are now at home with Mrs. Leslie Me Donnell. Harvey Walls of, Chicago, 111. was the .weekend guest, of, Mrs< Thome Hesterly and was accotrv panied home by Mrs.' Walls anc their children who have been visiting here, the past two weeks. Mr, and Irs. Ashley Dewoody are spending several months in Wich ita, Kansas. Mack Ganri.has returned to Rusr ton, La., after, a visit with his mo ther, Mrs. J/ M. Ingram and Mr. Ingram. Egypt has a population^ ocpj 221,00. EXTRA SPE< TIRE SAL] 200 Good U»*d ' Si«e, 6:70, 7:10^ 7:60. In gomT t ton and high $3.45 * ' , • i'v%; < ; ">t ! j «?*» . - •, , •«• V' -rM.Aftvyfij WYI Gloss & Sdlj OPEN 7 DAYS*-/ O Booker T. Hightower of Detroit, Mich., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Osbie Hightower, and other relatives. _The First Baptist Church of Washington will sponsor a weiner roast Saturday night, June 25. The public is invited. 'pn<jf t Good Neighbor: DID YOU KNOW? Your favorite pharmacy has raised its prices less In proportion to the general increased cost of living than any other merchant with whom you deal. The cost of a physician's call Is no greater than that of a plumber 'or an electrician. The cost of the medicine he prescribes Is no higher than the cost of a valve, a faucet, or an electrical outlet. GET TO KNOW YOUR PHARMACIST BETTER. FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE -r Visit Your Favorite Pharmacy Often. WARD & SON DRUGGIST , tot On Sunday, June 26, in honor of St. John's Day, the Keystone Lodge No. 43 F. A. M. of Prince Hall affiliation, will render a program at the BeeBee Memorial CME Church. BeeBee Chapter No. 412, Order of Eastern Star will participate in the exercises. All Prince Hall Masons are cordially invited to be present and take part in the exercises. H. L. Washington will be in charge as Master of Ceremonies. The public is invited. The program will begin at 3:00 p. m. Song Invocation — Chaplin, F. Flenory Song Remarks — 'Master of Ceremonies. The Importance of St. John's Day — G. L,. Cox, S. W. The Influence of a Star — Mrs. N. M. WasZiigton, W. M. BeeBee Cap. No. 412 O. L. S. Short ta'lk — J. H. Lawson, D. G. M. Solo—C. G. Carmichael, J. W Sermon — Rev. W. M. Erby. Off en-ing Adjournment IWr. and Mrs. Silas Ellis an- naunce the arrival of a son, Marshall on Thursday, June 23. Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson announce the arrival of a daughter on Thursday, June 23. Yerger Student Makes Honor Roll At AMAN College Novis Williamson, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Williamson and first place honor student in the class of "53" in Yerger High School, made the honor roll in the Spring Quarter at AM&N College which ended May 24, 1955 with a "B" average. Novis carried 16% hours which resulted in 34% grade points. She is majoring in Pusiness Administration, an4 is ^pending tfee sum. ,..".'. ., ft Student h>lper i,n Ifoste^ **' «~<- r «- /ffW, MOST FOR YOUR JOB! NOW...THE SHORTEST STROKE IN ANY LEADING TRUCK t f$ ,' >S ! f 1 """i Now new Chevrolet Task-Force trucks bring you the industry's most advanced V8 engines* with an ultra-short : stroke for reduced friction and wear. 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