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Kvpf^F-ftf ^f?7' - "'f-'?1 f , •7*5?" Hi** i ', Jk- li :kton Will Try fl.it Tonight IfbftiC Vh — tommy .frack- 'the " healyweight hurricane timself out, will try to stiff breeze tonight in 10-rounder with Jimmy l-ihg "cutie" from New Sf A*, MOM; ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Adi Mult Be In Office Day Before Publication Monday, /urie M, 1955 Middlecoff Top Money Winner Slede *ho halted Jacks' IWelewlc rise 14 months ago. veteran 28-year-old whipped slf-appingt 23*year-old Jackson HMotlbdec. The defeat came f$i&8t Jftckson had soundly trounced -"""M Layne, Clarence Henry and i.Bucceronl and appeared head's!! a shot at- the title. WANT AD RATES All Want Ads are poyabls In ttovdnce but ods will be accepted Over >h* telephone and occbmoda- tfori accounts allowed "with the understanding fha occount Is payable when'statement Is Tendered. a;f"-f* , ^~ iDUSt & fPRAV MATERIAL r**OR POISONING GRASSHOPPERS. MONTS SEED STORE C 27-6t 1 ''e COLD WATERMELONS I*t the 'S" Curve ' 84* ill for your car needs. •YIRS GULF SERVICE 3rd A Shover Ph. 7-9955 ' Number Of Words Up to IS 16 to 20 H to 25 26 to 30 JI to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three Days .90 1.20 1.50 t.BO 2.10 2.4.0 2.70 3.00 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 On Morrf 4.5f 6.0C 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I time 3 times 6 times 75c per Inch 60c per inch 50c per inch TO BUY •. • USED GUNS : • GAS HEATERS REAVES BARGAIN HOUSE *' >nd PAWN SHOP ^;^VvVv3SS»*»-. •* .'i.T " * •••• •'*"*. CLOSE OUT 2 GROUPS OF SEAT COVERS , OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY . \ ||i REFRIGERATION "$;&•'.'•;••.'-. . • and AIR CONDITIONING »—SERVICE • • APPLIANCE REPAIR |?j ;210 E. 3rd .7^2809 Highway 17 W«« uoes FURNITURE CO. Llmlt« Witt Wat«r Barred rfor «*!• 7-4M1 Hop* Ark. WESTERN SHARES «f Dlv0r*mid Income Fund *ro«p«etm available from •J.;.v. AQENT Ark. Phon* &•••: Ttrmifi Control Service ...;•£; Free Inspection J Owned & Operated by Service policy 109 South Main St. .Phone! 7-3445 or 7-2772 Rote? quoted above are for consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip- dote ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy will be acrepted 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 Ony 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 pot be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are colled to our attention ofter FIRST insertion of'od and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Sale TWO BEDROOM home IVfe block from Brookwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. Political Announcement The Star Is authorized to an* nounce that the following arc candidates for public office subject to the action of th« Democratic primary elections} For Mayor B! L. RETTIO H. M. -<OLll) OLSON TALBOT FEILD. JR. fey JIM C6uft PORTLAND. Ore. MV-Dr. Gary Middlecoff headed for h's Mem phis, Tenn., home today for a three-week rest after pocketing the $2,400 top money in the 52nd an ufll Western Open here. The golfing dentist came from behind with a ' dramatic 29-34 —63 in the final round yesterday to overtake Mike Souchak, husky Durham, N. C., pro, who had led him by four strokes after 84 holes. Middlecoff, at 272, was 16 strokes under par for the four-day, 72-hole event. He tied the Portland Golf Club Notice JESS Morris for custom slaughtering and processing meats . at Community Ice Co. Phone 72244 or 7-3678. June 3-1 Mo. Wonted JOOD Used high chair. Preferably metal. After 6 o'clock call 73394. 25-3t course's 18-hole out nine birdies. record, clubbing Scouchak battled hard to catch Middlecoff, who plays out of Kia- rnesha Lake, N. Y. Souchak ended the first nine holes in 34 to find that the dentist was one stroke ahead of him. Bartien Wins Another Open Tennis Meet LITTLE ROCK UB —Bernard (Tut) Bartzen, a poker faced Texan, added his fourth Southwest t A Open tennis championship trophy .f oe .^/"T Beamed at him hap- here yesterday, defeating Whitn»y! *« *' ?"""? ,° r A" r ?. now - tD~~.i _* p«. i . . _ & *»iiiwi*.j Aftpr. u;hf*n T onf tr> f hints-inn- T Death Has HBnttHallUar Wl * fc» Lives Chapter XXX *eed of Tinker Air Force Base Okla., 6-1, 7-5, 6-2. wondered if to thinking maybe I'd heard kla., 6-1 7-5 6-2 jwuuueieu u mayoe i a Bartzen, who hails from San! shot %*} maude me swing ntonio. teamprf vulth t»:.i._!2 ner - Onl y- t he n. I 'hough AMERICAN LEAGUE FRESH WHITE RIVER FISH 1 ] ,4 Miles out on Washington Hy FULLER & SON FISH MARKET 21-Gt ew York 28-tf! chica SO i Cleveland Detroit Boston Kansas City Washington Baltimore W L 43 24 42 24 41 29 YORKSHIRE Pigs. A. B. Enoch. Patmos-Shover Springs Road. Phone 7-4931. 22-6t 5 PURE bred Dalmactian puppies. All females. J. T. ,Adams, Jr., Emmet, Rt. 2. • 24-3t Offered 35 36 27 24 20 31 34 40 43 48 PCct GB .667 ;" .636 3 .586 .6 .530 10 .514 11 .403 18'/2 .358 211/2 .294 26 Yesterday's Result* Kansas City 1-5, Baltimore 0-2 Boston 5-8, Chicago 2-2 Detroit 6-4, Washington 4-12 Cleveland 5-0, New York 0-2 Today's Games No games scheduled NATIONAL UATTRESS renovation and Inner iprlng work Cobb Mattress Co 310 South Washington. Phone »-2B2S. Mar. 4-tf MOVING? Long Distance Moving All' Moving Rates are not the ; same. Call collect 592 Prescoti 'Transfer and storage Inc. Pres cott, Ark. Free Estimate. , May 14-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, cus torn slaughtering. We have meat for your deep freeze. See us before buying. June 13-1 Mo. CURRY'S fermife Control Co. • BONDED, ^INSURED •GUARANTEED 'For Free Inspection ; coll A. 0. Middlebrooki Jr. |?bpnes 7-2822 pr 7-3791 WATER Well Drilling any depth or size. See O. T. Clark and Son, C. R. Clark, Cale, Ark., or 203 East Ave. B., Hope. Ark. June 24-1 Mo. Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel ... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. Service. 23-1 Mo. For Safe or Lease 100A General and modern poultry farm for breeder stock. L. Wright, 600 West 4620. Third. Phone 7- 23-3t Brooklyn Chicago Milwaukee New York Cincinnati St. Louis Philadelphia Pittsburgh LEAGUE W L Pet GB 50 18 .735 39 37 33 31 30 30 22 32 31 38 34 36 38 47 .549 12V' 2 .544 13 ,478 .477 17& .455 19 ; .441 20 .319 28'/z Virdon Stars as Cards Lick Giants Twice By JOE REICHLER Of The Associated Press . -If. St. Louis outfielder Bill Virdon doesn't win'the National League Rookie of the Year award, his Leammate, pitcher Luis Arroyo, will. Anyway, it's almost a cinch to be in the Cardinal family. .Virdon. was the whole show yes- lerday as the Cardinals swept both ends of a double-header for the first time this year, walloping the New York Giants 9-2 and 7-2. The bespectacled centerfielder batted in six runs with a single, two doubles, a triple and home run to boost his average to .324. Saturday night, Arroyo whipped the Giants for his ninth victory against two losses (both by one- run margins). The Puerto Rican southpaw leads all National League hurlers with a brilliant 2.01 Antonio, teamed with . Richard "huette of Houston, Tex., to reach he doubles finale, but they dropped he title to John Lesch of Los Angeles and Alejandri (Alex) Ol- meldo of Peru, 2-6, 6-4, 7-5, 6-1. Yfola Ramirez of Mexico' City had a trophy to take home from each of the three divisions she entered. She became the women's sin- i: Bht . gles champ by defeating Karol Fa- door?" demanded Shayne. Joe Agnew h e s i t a t e d and screwed up his eyes thoughtfully. "I think I did. The front door, you the cor- it was a back-fire, I guess. I mean I didn't rightly know it was a shot, except maybe I sensed it. So I, slowed and turned the corner, and! sure enough my headlights pick up this man in the street right ahead, kind of half running away from me. Not running really, but trotting. I'd say. And he looked over , know. He was pulling it open, any- away from him. do the broadcast! yourself if you have to. But get! that stuff on the air at 1 o'clock."| Timothy Rourke didn't argue j with him. Many times in the! past, nearing the end of a case.l he had seen this same changel come over the rangy private de-| tective. Shayne parked two houses awayi from the one he wanted, got out! and went along the sidewalk brisk-i ly and up to the front door which! no longer had a police guard. H«5| opened the door' and went in asi * *il *'" more about it, natural- i i n hour later or so 1 though he belonged there, found himself in a small hallway lightcdS jby a dingy bulb, with stairs lead-f his geros of Miami, Fla. 3-6. 6-4 6-0 It was just an old story to 'MISS Fageros who had lost to Miss Ramirez consecutively in the Blue- Gray tournament at Montgomery Ala., and the Southern at Memphis. Miss Ramirez's other victories were in the women's doubles when she and Sara Mae Turber of Evansville,. Ind., defeated Miss Fageros and Owen McHariey o' Little Rock 6-4, 6-4, for ; the chan pipnship; and in the . mixed. doi bles when, she teamed with Gtt .tavo Palafox of Mexico City. . I beat Miss Fageros and- Reed.' 62-6, 6-3. - . . earned run average. ; A couple of j American League rookies — New York's Elston Yesterday's Results SI. Louis 9-7, New York 2-2 Milwaukee 4, Brooklyn 0 Cincinnati 16-5, Philadelphia 5-0 Chicago 4-2, Pittsburgh 5-1 'Today's Games No games scheduled. COTTON STATES LEAGUE Vicksburg Greenville El Dorado Hot Springs Monroe Meridian W L Pet GB 0 1.000 0 1.000 .667 .333 .000 .000 IVfi 2 Yesterday's Remit* Monroe at Greenville (postponed ain) El Dorado 2, Hot Springs 1 Vicksburg 4, Meridian 2 (called nfter 7th, rain) . Today's Games El Dorado at Vicksburg Greenville at Meridian Hot Springs at Monroe SOUTHERN ASSICIATION Business For Lease ONE SlfPER SERVICE Station. 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. 8-tf Real EstateforSalo \Tpmphis Birmingham Chattanooga New Orleans Atlanta Nashville Mobile Little Rock W L Pet GB 43 45 45 42 41 38 34 20 30 33 35 33 38 40 40 59 .589 .577 .563 1 .560 Z ,519 5 .487 7 .459 9 .253 26 Hp>va>d and Cleveland's Herb Score — boosted their stock • as the 'Yankees increased their first- place; lead to three games with -a split against the Indians. Howard singled' and scored the insurance run as the Yankees shut out the Indians. 2-0 behind. Whitey Ford's four-fitter' in the nightcap. Early Wynn furnished the Indians with their only victory in the four-game se(; with. a nifty three-hjt 5-6 performance in the opener. 1 Scoe worked five relief innings in .the- nightcap and pitched. brilliantly. He permitted only one hit, walked two and struck out nine in.five innings to boost his strikeout lead to 120. The Yankees picked up a full game on the runner-up Chicago White "Sox, who saw their five, game winning streak go up in smoke after losing two games to Boston 5-2 and 8-2. Kansas City handed' Baltimore its sixth and seventh straight defeats with 1-0, and 5-2 triumphs. Washington snapped its nine-game losing streak with a smashing 12-4 victory over Detroit after the Tigers had,, come from behind tp win the opener 6-4 in 10 innings. The .Brooklyn Dodgers' huge first-place lead in the National Le.ague was cut slightly when Mil- wa'ukee shut. them.'out 4-0 behind Bob Buhl's five-hitter. The-runneg- up Chicago Cubs. advanced to within 12'/ 2 games of the Brooks, George Kell Takes Lead in Ail-Star Poll CHICAGO UP] George Kell o the Chicago White Sox took th lead among American Leagu. third basemen today in: : the al star baseball poll. Kell passed Jim Finigan of tb Kansas City Athletics by: 11,71; votes. The balloting ends Friday, mid night and final returns will be an nounced next Monday. .'•'••'. • The contest is to determine .the startingling lineups . for , the .22nc annual all star game which wil be played at Milwaukee • July 12, • The'leaders: ' ; : ; NATIONAL LEAGUE first base — Klusze'wski, Cincinnati, 571,816; Musial. St. 'Louis 554,923. , . - .'' ' .: .'-.' ; v. Second base —Schoendjenst, St. Louis, 568,443; Baker, Chicago 553,201. • .. '••..."'; '•• • .,-' Third base —Mathews, Milwaukee, 572,000; Jackson, . Chicago, 561,114. Shortstop — Logan,' Wilwaukee, 574,091; Banks, Cnicago, 562,149. Left f ie Id — Lockman, . Ne\y York, 566,259; Ennis. Philadelphia 554,374. ' Centerfield — Snider, Brooklyn, 579,112; Afibujhi, Philadelphia, 566,419. Right field— Mueller, New York. 572,996; Aaroh, Milwaukee, 563,157! Catcher — Campanella, Brooklyn, 589,622; Sarni, St. Louis, 257,- shoulder and saw my cab and waved to me and out of the corner of my eye I sec these other two guys on the sidewalk and they look like maybe they're wrestling or fighting. ."But. I didn't think much about them. They weren't looking for an empty cab. So I pulled up and leaned back to open the door and he sort of tumbled in on ,the seal. He was young and his face sort of white and kind of scared looking, and he turned to look back, and then said s h a r.p, 'Get going, can'tcha?" .'"So I started rolling and says back, not smar-alecky, you know, 'Anywhere special you want to go?' And 'he gave me an address, then,-the same, one I gave the po and telling about a broad getting herself choked on 18th Street a little while before and I knew the address was just about where I'di He climbeci one flight, looked a number on the first door found it was 21. It was dark, bull light came through the transoms • _ - . 41 , , , T Il£Ill UclinU U11UU&M LI1U UUllbUIIl picked that fare up. and I got to )from number 23 . and the sound of wondering whether maybe it was a „ „„,„ bc , , d sof{ , f.L l " " r .!°™ Cthlng a . nd * ho . uld . I «;*- Directly across from the port it to the cops, but I don't like like to stick my neck out, so I thinks to myself. 'Better stay out of it. Joey boy. They'll have you up on the carpet and you'll lose time and all for nothing,' so I »o back out to my cab parked out Directly across from the lighted! door, Shayne stopped in front off 2 4 and tried the knob. It wasi locked, of course. But it opened) easily with a skeleton key. He stopped inside the silent roomS| and pulled the door shut behind f him. switched on a pencil flasj?'! the back door and look in at the cushion." lice later . '. . I got it in my log . . . and sort of slumped back breathing^ hard and I saw in the mirror he was sort of holding hij hands tight across his stomach, but I didn't think much of it then. I saw, I didn't think much of it then, but after. . ." "Did he say anything else to you?" "Not much. Only one thing that was sort of funny. We were cruising along and I wasn't thinking about nothing much when I notice. tie's leaned way forward close to :he back of.the front seat like he's trying-to/read the notice that is in all cabs, you know. Got my picture arid name' and license number and all that. It's faded and hard p read with the isinglass over it, and~ nobody*never does look at it anyhow because what do they care what a hackle's name or number, jut I grinned back over my shoulder at him and says, just to make a- sort- of Joke, you know, I say, ust to make a sort of joke I says, It's me, all right. I got a license rid everything.' And he slumped >ack 'like he was frightened and ., , T , . , -, , . "jlight to orient himself in the chain-P side and I m just about to get in L* | and cruise a little when somcthins -„,.,:-_ |; l-~.,4. „(" r.**~«~«,l *_ ..!-_ --_ _ '16011161. J.7 It was an ordinary cheap bed-jj room, with neatly made double bcdi|| in one corner, veneered oak chest i|| of drawers and chintz-covered easy|| chair, a straight wooden chair in|j another corner. " Shayne got tho straight chair*! and carried it back to a position'! against the wall beside the closed 1 ? door. He sat in it and looked at *.*s.| watch, switched off the light arid | got Will Gentry'r, "gun from hisf pocket and laid it across his knees.! He would waste exactly 15 minutes here, he decided. By thatj time, the broadcast would be onjj the air, and he couldn't afford to[| wait longer than that. He didn't actually expect any- Michael Shayne drained off the last of his beer and arose hastily. "Some other time, Joe,, you and I'll get together over, some drinks and have a real talk. You got a phono I can use?" "You bet. Right here." Joe Agnew jumped to his feet and led Shayne to a telephone stand in tha hallway. The redhead dialed a number and waited until Chief Gentry's gruff voice answered. "Mike Shayne, Will. Thanks for . . . the loan of your gun." "Okay. Mike," rumbled Gentry. "If you'll do me one little favor, Will. That's all I'm going to ask.' little thing Hall?' hen said like-it worried him, 'But can't read your name or num- er there.' •Joe Agnew,' I says. Number o and so and so. 'Special rates,' says, just for a gag, .only it ain't eally a gag because I own .my wn hack you see and do bring it ome at night and sometimes do et special fter hours omers who calls here at home from particular cus- know me good and "Some simple blowing up City "Not quite. Have you got a stake-out on the rooming house on 38th Street where the girl was strangled?" "Man on the front door checking everybody in and out." "Pull him off. Will. Right away." "Now, look, Mike. I don't . . ." "I haven't time to explain why. Just do it. For half an hour. Put him back on after that if you want. Im counting on you." thing'to happen during those min- Chapter XXXI Shayne hung up and turned to the archway into the living room where Rourke and Agnew were 409. AMERICAN First base LEAGUE -Vernon, Washing- WE Sell-Rent and Buy Rpal Estate FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13- IMo Hope Star f ? w A "•"*' '•»•> C**MlM«U4l Januar li, .. aftnrnoon br *TA» PUBLISHING CO. . «. f«lm»r, President H. Wa,|,bMrn, S«y. •» Thf Itar Building 111.1* »«.»h WelrVuf •' WCMd cati f "i* 11 ** *r "op*tot >*t «f Mprch 3, RotOT (""Hope qnd n»l 0 hborlng ' fownt— .25 13.00 to Hwnpstwjd, N*voda, coun- COMPLETELY Furnished — big enough for three apartments — five rooms and two baths downstairs — 4 rooms and bath up stairs — stroage galore, garage- two screened porches — all in, g«od condition — 110 x 140' shady lot — three blocks from uptown — will trade or sell for cash down payment and terms. Vacant now. CALL . FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 So. Main St. PR 7-4091 22-3t THREE bedroom home on large lot with garden. ' spot. Only three years old, with garage, two floor furnaces, and concrete porch. All in new condition and priced to sell. SPACIOUS two-bedroom home on nice shady lot, has garage, attic fan, screened porch, fenced back 'yard, lots of closets and is beautifully landscaped. This home is' •tops in every way. Call or see. BILL ROUTON FOSTER REALTY CO. Telephone - Day - PR 7-4091 Night - PR 7-5506 24-31 Yesterday's Results Birmingham 9, Atlanta 4 Nashville 7-9, Little Rock 3-4 New Orleans 3-6, Mobile 2-10 Chattanoqga, poncd, rain) at Memphis (post. Today's Games Nashville at Little Rock Chattanooga at Memphis New Orleans at Mobile (2) (Only games scheduled) By The Associated Prest AMERCIAN ASSOCIATION Charleston 8-3; St. Paul 2-2 Toledo 4-1; Minneapolis Ml Louisville 4-1; Omaha 0-4 Denver 8-8; Indianapolis 5-4 TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 8; Oklahoma City 7 Tulsa 11; Fort Worth 6 Houston 9; San Antonio 4 Sb.reve.port 3; Beaumont I splitting their double-header with Pittsburgh. The Pirates won the opener 5-4 but the Cubs bounced back with a 2-1 victory to retain S' half-game lead over the third- place Braves, ^Cincinnati climbed to within one percentage point of the fourth- place Giants, knocking off the Philadelphia Phillies twice 16-5 and- 5-0. The Reds made short work of Robin Roberts with three- run rallies in the first and second innings. The Cardinals moved past the Prhijlies into sixth place as Harvey Haddix turned in his fifth success and rookie Larry Jaikson hi? third. Stan Musial chipped in with his -14th home run. • Eddie Mathews made it for Buhl to register his ton, 563,227; Power, Kansas City 511,886. Second base — Fox, Chicago, 576,182; Avila, Cleveland, 562,733. 'Third base — Kell, Chicago, 562,946; Finigan, Kansas City, 551,231. Shortstop —,Kuenn, Detroit 573,388; Carrasquel, •Chicago, 564.2P3 . Left field.,— T; William's, Boston, '569..193;, Zernial, Kansas City 532,706. Center field . — ' Mantle, New York 577,301; Doby, Cleveland, 559,818. Right 584,166; 832, field — Kajine, Detroit, Bauer, New York, 451,- Catcher — Berra, New York, 592,587; Lollar, Chicago, 401,618. now I never mind getting up out C bed to accommodate them no matter how late it is, so I told im, 'Special rates on special trips when I'm off duty. Just call me at home any time, I says, that you can't get a cab no place else.' And he said very polite that he might do that, and then I pulled up in front of that apartment where he wanted to go. house '•He got out of the cab and said he was all .right and stuck a wadded single in my hand and went up the walk. The fare was only 75 cents so that sort of evened up for the /nickel tip I'd got just before but they do even up like that, I say, they do even up like that from morning to night so it's no use getting sore." "Did you see him go in the talking. He said, "We'll be back another time, Joe. I bet you've got plenty more stories to tell, you being a hackie with a sort of sixth sense about trouble. But Tim Rourke's got tS make a deadline to file his story all about how you helped solve two murders. But before we run, Joe, is that right what you said about bringing your cab home at night and always being on call if one of your customers needs you in an emergency" ' "It sure is, Mr. Shayne," Jos Aanew assured "Couple times a him week, earnestly, maybe. I U. S. senators of 1790 had a med ia'n age of 0 compared with 56 to day, . SPORTS ROUNDUP ,Py GAVLE TALiOT, NEW YOJU? Commisslone easy fifth Death Around the Nation triumph, smashing his 17th homer of (he season with two mates aboard in the eighth. Sputhpaw Alex Kellner turned In a brilliant one-hitter and drove in the only run in the Athletics' 1-0 victory over Jim Wilson of Baltimore. Joe Astroth doubled in the sixth and scored on Kellner's single. Gus Zernial doubled in the Ford Frick is extremely pleasp with the response his office is get ting to questionnaires inviting th country's fans and sports writer sixth and single Gis scored on Kellner's Zernial hit his 16th four-bagger and Hector Lopez had * perfect three for three, including three runs, as Ray Herbert gained Four of Quints Are Doing Fine his. fjrst win of the nifhtctp. year in the For Rent R. By The Associated Presi COSHOCTON, Ohio—Charles Prederickson, 79, Ohio Republican leader, manufacturing executive and head of the American Art Works Born in Lawrence, Kan.. 'Died yesterday. WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.-H. Carl Wolf, 63, retired public utility executive. Born in Edwardsville, 111. Died yesterday. "-- j BRONXVILLE, N. Y. Edwin A. f ^^^^^S^^^A^^ age^ See owner at 1804 South pub i ishes ^te magazines. Died * m ' M'® 1 yesterday, ALLIANOJB, Neb-Guy R. 65, Nebraska 4-H leader and pio heer in t^e 4-H movement. Pied yesterday, 3 room (urnjshed . aparttpipnt Utili- paid- Phone 7-22.0^. June 27'tf MJehelangelo did his stone sculp- Ne&.~Fr«nk VJc tor Turny. 49, weekly edttof iltd ••'•'*' Leading Bolters in Big Leagues By United Presi LEAPING BATTERS (Bated on 150 Official At Bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H Pot Ashburn, Pa. 58 224 41 79 .35? Mueller, N. Y. 65 272 29 92 .338 Campanella, Brooklyn 64 240 42 81 .338 Kluszewski, Cin. 64 2,52 43 84 .333 Virdon, St. L. 58 216 30 70 .324 AMERICAN LEAGUE Kaline, Detroit 66 263 54 96 .305 flo, Chin a go f 6fi 271 41 B3 .341 Kuenn, Detroit SALISBURY, Southern Rhodesia (UP) —The fpur survivors of the quintuplets born here Wednesday were reported "very much alivi and kicking" today by a doctpr a the Salisbury Maternity Home. "They look healthy enough at the moment," th.e doctpr added. One of the five children born to Mrs. JudHy Tandszeni, 30, died on the 100-mile journey by road from her ative Mtoko to Salisbury. She was a girl. Home Runs -, Kluszewski, Red- legs 23; Snider, Rodger? 2S; Campanella, Dodgers 19; Mantle, Yankees 18; Mathews,' Mays, Giants 17. Braves 17; Smith, Civ, Doby. Plv. ' 57 231 3$ 74 .3$) 71 293 W 93 .317 57 917 38 97 .309 Runs Batted In -- Snider, Dodgers 71; Campanella, Dodgers 64; Ennis. Phillies $3s Kluszewsjd, Redlegs 53; Jensen, Bed So 52. Runt — Mantle, Yankees «3; Smith, Indians 60; Snider, Dodgers 59; Bruton, Braves 56; Gilliam, Podgers 55. Hits - Kaline, Tigers 19; Smith, Indians 93; M«eier, Qi»Rts 92; Fox, White Sox »?; Aaron, graves 80, . OH 7 Slon «> — Newconabe, Podgers M- Arroyo. Cerdin^s ""lifc T (7-?) -«33; .HI) Pon- to tell him how baseball can b improved. "We' are getting a fine responsi from every quarter," he said to day, "and'from what I've seen think there are going to be some big surprises when the final suit is tallied. I believe the club owners will profit from it." Without elaborating on the sur prises in store, he seemed to make it clear as he went along that he was hearing a great dea about the length of today's 1 big league games. Or perhaps it only that we drew him out on tho subject,' it bfjJng this long-suffering critic's pet peeve. "Of .course they are running top long," he said. "Everybody must know it by'this tirrie. What you ay about the managers slowin_ things down with all their pitching changes is true, but the pitchers and batters are just as guilty. Too many pitchers won't corne in there with that ball, which is what they're out there to do, and he batters keep stepping out of he box just as the pitchers finally Start their delivery. "II I had any say about the playing rules, which I don't, I hink i would make it so that a batter steps out gt his own peril once he takes his stance. If a trik,e came over after he stepped ut, that's what it woujd be. "I think we've lost something in •aving the bullpens clear out in thf cpi«try th$ way they are in me*t parks now. It seems to take pitcher an hour to walk in- Most liptns used, t» be close to the t»n0s whire you could watch h»m warming up, «<u) j always ' eet a call like that. I never charge but the regular fare for it, but I will say most people do dish out a fat tie for the extra service." "I'll keep your name and phone number in mind, Jjiie." Shayne wrung his hand hard and started toward the door. "Don't suppose you'd mind a little free advertising on that, would you? Makes a good human interest touch, don't you think, Tim" Tim Rourke, who had not uttered a word since entering the house ostensibly to interview Joe Agnew, muttered that he guessed it would, and thanked Joe for the beer, and then hurried out after Shayne who was already getting in his car. "Doesn't the paper sponsor a nightcap news broadcast at 1 o'clock?" Shayne asked. "Yes." "Know the man who does it' "Sure. Dick Parrel's on it now." "God. I'll drop you and you get! hold of him. Ask him to do a story on Joe Agnew. Get in the salient things Agnew told us about Bristow. The way he acted in the cab demanding Joe's name and number. And I wasn't fooling about giving Joe some free advertising about his extracurricular activities if anybody calls him at home at night to make an extra trip. Be sure you get that in. Such enterprise should be rewarded." "Are you serious, Mike Dick Farrel won't like my telling him what to say on the air." "I'm serious. Ram it down his throat, Tim. Take the microphone utes. The chances were againstg it. But he had these few minutes | to waste, and there was that onr? j| chance in a thousand that he wouldssi have a visitor. There had been a policeman onill duty ever since the murder until'^l just a few minutes ago. If anyone;| had desired to get into the room,'|| they would have been prevented | from doing so. Now that the guard;! had been withdrawn from the front;! door, an attempt might be made,|| He didn't hear the man approf^ 1 two minutes later. The radiojf across the hall drowned out the j" sound of footfalls, and Shayne'sy first intimation of success c when the doorknob beside him turned cautiously. !> The door opened a cautious craciq! and there was a moment of hesi-L tancy, then it swung wide and a'! figure stepped through swiftly and closed it behind him. ( Shayne's left forefinger was on the wall switch and he clicked 1 *^ down to flood the room with bright light, risng in the same moton to ram the muzzle of hs .38 into; the ribs of a white-faced andt cowering young #ran whom he had never seen before. '!«' He was shabbily oVressed cringing wih fright, with an provised and bloody bandage? and im- i wrapped like a turban'around head. Shayne stood glowesng down, him, and said grimly, "End of t line, Allerdice. Where's your p Mark Switzer" The. youth started to cry. 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