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Number Of Word» Up to 15 16 to 20 Z1 to 25 26 to 30 lo 35 1o 40 to 45 to 50 PM tTAJU HOtt * Thursday, Jufy \, t$54 OtARK ft! cr HOW DID YOU r YOUR PROMOTION? EMBUH WHERE AH SEEN HIS PITCHW,,, OUT OUR WAY VIC FLINT «* M«eh*«l O'Matlcy «nd Ralph Low* Answer to Previous Puizle M3U MU$T HAVe) NO? EVER HEAR OF ^ IM HANJPVA\AW WHOM PIP \LOOK:, MAC, SHE PC.M'T of Learning SHE SPEAK 1CONJP1PE IN K&. 5HAUL MAPE A AMStAi^EA/WZS. VAN ALM, THEftE'S NO PELIV-) MONORAKV MEM- 5EWT ME OVER WITH i/ 8KK Of- THE HCAR17 OWE OP THE PUSt ROS8 63Westetn " C6lle « c if* <W Small children ...THE VANJ ALM NS ROOM. ..A SUIT WBKSMgATdN.'. l «5 Source of ! cheer energy Pur-bearing aqaatic- ^: i a^ts3^^§af '' /P-,^-,_ ^^^^^---^-^x.^.^iM 2 .' , , . l Period of time jjwater • 2 Italian river • 23 Persian fairy 45 Against • *;"*. ;*3 Lanfl parcels 25 Knocks 47 Iroquoian .J-Mfrnl.^^^ , « iZ6to{ude , ndians ' ascetic • 27'Climbing 49 Huge 5 Tear " ' pUnt 50 Operatic solo L. ^ J " 6Hlgh'*card ' 28Platter 51 Dispatch .7.Egret^" . 30 Tissue S3 Contest of • 8 Bullfighter 31 Asseverate speed IrelaWd « ' 32 Conduct 54 Rc*nan pot 55 Genuine ,„„, ,... Worked,with 36,Gaefie 58 American A***" .^'garden tool * 42 Goes by university ve OI }p"rorcfather 48 Mineral (ab.) -' .-21 Pan,^ ., 'spring 59 Large cask Oeol . J.S54 b» NEA S«r»ic«. Int. T, M: R«e. U. S. Pll. 0». WASH TUBES By Lealie Turner TH\K!K, FROMv WORD! \ HE'S TOO DEPRE£56P TO WU5T BE HE KEEP£ ASKINS Y THS OFPICE LET ME ' I'WTOO 5TUNNEO TO THINK fVNY MUKt HOW FfXB. IT \£> TO' DOWN SCWODAlOUSt-V, W ONE HOPE TO EVER FIU1SH IT WOW LIE5 IK1 THE FERTILE 8RMM OF COMVICT:/ WE'LL. THE&TA.TEPRI&OM'. I CA.RLM THEV PIPMT BUT I THIMK HE& / WIMP UP MY 5TOIZ.V... QUICK...TO ./Be THERE WRITER WELVW -yA THE/ EVEM SUSPECT IAV KlOUWlMfi WA& • j. F?.y/iiLi*i>js-v;- '•:': T w *V|. 0. J..f^t.-iir. : .^'- 7*1 -i '' THE ENP Or THE TRAIL OUR BOARDING HOUSE BURKE / UUCKV ALOMS BEFOR UM./MARTHA MOOD BOOTS AD HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin VOWXttfSW Of C\.fSW\SSt WOSV V>fX\.ViN6V^ f OR VOOW VtX^. •y Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY TAKE Y O<AV, DOC. I'LL »\%»fi^Y.-'M'- ^ \ %£*rC-$\> i'-jf I -^ S^JKXV / / VBEF-. * •u-**^^ ff VL I FUNNY BUSINESS By V. T. Hamlln ALLEY OOP WE GOTTA AWRiGHT NOW, NTRACK THIS BIS SNUTHIN } DRAGON BACK CORNER MOW'S'-I GO! MY AX/ I'VE RUN OUTA TRACK5...THEY RIGHT HERE/ ~4<K3'Jf JSOf , " . oac-^ff^/'f 7-I T. M. Htf. \t g p t i oil. P«T..1»i4 B> NEA Sif.lc.. Ino duet we ever played to- SWEETIE PIE By Nadine S.lnr By Carl Anderson By Wilson Scruggi THI STORY OP MARTHA WAYNi G, (.EONARP gpCKINeipty..AVOU MEAN LENSTONE HiglilAMi'lSl^MIUttRI^T ) ISTHEPLAVPOV rr? i BSJ6VE HP uses THP / LEO.MARP PPCKIHSTOM ' |! AJ -* i: " ' :57 ^"- , vr,, ^r,, t « t . .-.'^i 1 /'^ 1 < f^gss^-j*f%*w««! ' f * • n*Tt ^t. *" _ ^ i'-" ^ Thursday, July 1, 19S4 :, AfcRAMSAS Jax^fcjr" nr • "* t~i fm ~i n • ir* n ~ >.™-'... CLASSIFIED Adi Mult Be In Office Day Before S»Ubllc*tldi WANT AD RATES All Want Ad» ore payable In advance but ads will be accepted ever the telephone and occomoda- tlbh accounts allowed with the un* derstanding the account Is payabls when statement Is rendered. One Day .AS .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three Dayi .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 One Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Sale 53 HEAD yoUhg cows and calves. 200 acres Improved pastures for rent. 2 miles west of Rosston, See, me at Rosston July 3, 4, or 5 or write Hollis A. Dillard, 542 Holder Street, San Antonio, Texas. Phone 34560. . 28-6t CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I time 75e per Inch 3 times 60c per inch 6 times 50c per inch Rores quoted above are for consecutive insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All doily classified advertising copy will be accepted until S p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements of- ered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unless errors, ore called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 COLDSPO'T befep Freeze. 14 cubic foot. 1952 ' Model. Can be seen after 4 p. rrt. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 520 North Elm l-3t Hope Star Star of Hone 1899; Pten 1927 Consolidated January IS, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secy-Tret. at The Star Building , 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Jess M. Davis, Advertising Manager W. Hosmcr, Mech. Supt. Entered as second class matter ot the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates (payable In advance): By carrier In Hope and neighboring towns— Per week 25 Per year 13.00 ._. By mail In Hempstead, Nevada, yjkj&Fayette, Howard, and Miller counties— One month 85 Three months U60 Six months 2.60 One year 4.50 All other mail— One month 1.10 Three months 3.25 Six months 6.50 One year 13.00 Nat'f Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick BldQ., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas Bonk Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. , .Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. M2d St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 ^>enobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of Tho Associated Press: The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication ot all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well ns all AP news dispatches. Notice ROOM house. All modern con venience. 140% acres land. $8.000 For information see D. E. Goodlett, Route 1, Box 44, Fulton, Ark. 1-01. Fodders Room Air Conditioner. OVie Stephens. Route 3, Box 1C. See after 5:30 p. m. l-3t For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 'room apartment. $25.00 per month. Bills paid. Private bath. 808 West 4th. Phone 7-3152. 'June 10-TF ROOM apartment. Nicely furnished. Bills paid. 204 Bonner. . - June Il-TF FURNISHED 4 room apartment, electric refrigerator. Garage,' ,No children. Mrs. Anna Judson, 22( North Elm. : June'19-TF 5 ROOM house. HardWoOd floors, Newly Papered. $40 per month Phone 7-44.2C. . 25-6t LARGE 3 room apartment. Pri. vate bath Close-in, Leo Robins Phone 7-4350. 29-3t NICE 7 room house, two stores, in Oakhaven, four miles from towr At $50.00 per month. Call Foster Realty Company Phone 7-4C91 30-0 UNFURNISHED 4 room apart ment. 3 big closets, modern con vencience. ear Handle Mill $20.00 month. Sid Houston, Phone 7-3743. Ir3 PolHical Announcements fh* ittf ii witbotteM to *&> flounce thit the following at* Candidates tot Uublic offlcft tub- Ject to the Bctlon of th« Detto- CfttJc prlintry election*. POP 4th District OREM HARRIS G. Wi LOOKADOO NORMAN M. WARNOCK Per Trettuttr HARRY HAWTHORN* CLIFFORD BYfiRS DWIGHT RIDGDILL By BEN Associated f»r*«» S^orW Writer The Cleveland Indians /iftd New- 'ork Giants greeted July in first lace today* but ttifey probably •ere a little sotty to see Juno ade from the calendar. •?•-, •':., In the las't 30 days evefry '". one f the other 14 major .league teams ost ground in the Jjefmant faces. Cleveland was in -first' place a month ago but added two gftfhcs 0 its margin over • Chicago and alf a game over the thlrd^tace York Yahkees. % '.", For County Clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOK8 JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYER5 ARTHUR ANDERSON Per Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS CLAUD H. BUTTON SYVELLE BURKE Alderman Ward Thre« B. L. RETTIQ A, P. DELONEY For Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGER , PRESTON; DOWD TRAVIS MATHIS VAN JOHNSON The National League race J fell part, in .June, leaving ohly;•.;. the rianls and Brooklyn as solid con- enders with Philadelphia tn jbut- ide possibility. The Giants turned In the best ecord every compiled for ' the month of June ih -the -modern his- ory of the majors. They won 24 •ul of 28 games and moved from hird place, a game and a half out f the lead, into a threevfeame ,ad •antage over secohd-pJace Brook yn. ' The Dodgers h^id an ..excellent 1-8 mark fo, Tth'evrnpnth" .-but dropped from : a 'singleVgame'.'be hind to .three,:rThe^"P,h'ila fell,.;.* 1 '; more game's., off)theIpac?,;;^Cincin nati,'9'/ 2 ; St. Louis?•••ll; ''Pittsburgh, Alderman Ward Four JESSE L. BROWN CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY MRS. G. A. NASH Alderman Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE FOREST L. HAIRR T. O. (TOP) PORTEB Alderman Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State Senate 7th District GENE LEE For City Attorney C. V. NUNN, JR. Notice UNFURNISHED 4 room apartment. 3 big closets, modern convenience. Near'.Handle Mill. $20.00 month. Sid Houston, Phone 7-3743. l-3t Offered MATTRESS renovation and ' Innerspring work- Cobb Mattress Co. 318 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-U (JUICK "'"Mirh'eographing service Reasonable rate. Call Samuels 7-37G6. Farm Bureau Office, 101 East Front Street. June 17-1 Mo. YARD WORK. Phone 7-2983. 29-3t 4 PEOPLE, $5.00. Two, $3.00. All "Safer," quieter. Innersprings, foam pillows, refrigerated. Boley's Court. June 3-1 Mo BEEF and Pork Custom Slaughtered. Call Jess Morris 7-3578 or 72244. Cut wrapped & frozen for deep freeze. Call 7-2244. Community Ice & Produce Co. June 8-1 Mo. The Canadian National Railway with 24,150 miles of main track and efCLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 Large Enough to Serve You! Small Enough to Know You! Wanted to Buy TO BUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves Bargain Shop. 31-TF Salesman Wonted El Dorado Greenville Meridian Monroe Hot Springs W 42 34 29 27 21 L 22 26 31 36 41 Pet. GB .650 .507 0 .483 11 .429 14',; .339 20V : Yesterday's Riisults Meridian 4 Hot Springs 3 Pine Bluff 11 El Dorado 10 Greenville 14 Monroe 8' Today's Games Hot Springs at Meridian El Dorado at Pine Bluff Monroe at Greenville AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland Chicago New York W L 48 22 .46 26 QUIT Looking for work — Establish yourself in a profitable Rawleigh Detroit Business. Be your own boss. NoAVashington experience necessary. Write im- Philadelphia mediately. Rawlefeh's, Dept. I Baltimore AKG - 041 - 230 Memphis, Tenn. Boston • • - : •: .. ' 1-lt 45 31 29 28 27 35 27 37 40 41 44 42 Legal Notice H. E, Luck Highway 67 West LUCK'S * USED FURNITURE CO. Edge of City Limits West 50 Gallon Water Barrels for Sale Phone 7-4381 Hope, Ark. CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef cut and wrapped for deep freeze. Beef for Deep Freeze 25 to 35 cents. Rqlph Montgomery Mkt. Phone 7-3361 MATTRESSES Rebuilt or Made Into Inneraprlng Work Guaranteed One Day Service — DAVIS Furniture & Mottren Co. 110 8. Elm Street Phone 7-3212 ROWN WESTERN SHARES of Plverilfled Inoomo •nd pallai Fund M, S. PATES, Agent I ArK. Phon» ffP^f<;'/ ,-: (C'^""^ ?*£^ ,'X ' ' f v - » LOOK!!! Commode Units while they last. Only $19.95 We will trade for anything HOUSTON City Furni Jure CP, jwne M»IL.*JJte?e, »w«i COMMISSIONERS SALE. Pet. GB .086 .639 3 .625 4 .450 1C .420 18', .400 19', .380 21! .373 21 ',i July Leaders Are Indians and Giants U.S. Women Dominate Play BY fcOiErVf MUSE.L "WIMBLEDON Eng. dm — American's tennis forces disappointed at their double setback in 'rneh's singles cotne into a new and brighter day tockiy with all- Arnerican compeUtron scheduled n -the semi-finals of women's singles. Defending champion Maureen (Little Mo) Connolly, the blond queeti of the courts from San Diego, Calif., opposed Mis. Betty Rosenquest Pratt, former native of East Orange N J., now living in Jamaica B. W 1 in one match while second-seeded Doris Hart of Coral Gables Fin., opposed thfee-t i m e champion Louise Brough of Beverl y Hills, Calif., in the other. Leo Gets Top Work as Bums Lose Again Barons Lick Travelers by 9-4 Score sVkdJ BhyTete tttfP A»seel« By tne Associated Press Art Ceccarelli of Birmingham and Lenny Yochim of New Orleans ore out to set IherhFolVes tip as exceptions to the general rule Ihdt batters have things pl-ttty much their own way in the Southern As sociatioh this season Pitchers have come in for quite a bit of abUse from the fans ns well as the hitters what with balls sailing ovof fences at & record clip ahd high scoring «ames being the rule rather 1han 'the excep' tion. But Ccccatelli and Yochim, both southpaws, had things Well under control last night. Ceccarelli kept Birmingham breathing on Atlanta's neck by beating 'Little Rock BY GAYLE NEW YORK (/P) — A gfe*« .Silence has settled *er for Ine fieVftvy- welgM situation only a fortnight af' ter Rocky MarcianO 'nnd Ezznrd Charles engaged in their btooti| as a fti*fift9-«t terfctt fa .the most a WattMet ,the fchttf , bath, ohd whnt ymt hear Is that found, t With,- the #i&ti '' they will not fight nghin this yeah W 6Ute ihrttW By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK. CDManagcr Leo rom first-;tci- fp'urthVplaceVand":C.h'i- cago,-17. ''•.! "'•.'•':•;' '•; •• ••"•'' '7-,^-r^ The • ground -lost ',by, •,;Ajmierlcan .league'; teams also: wasi conside'r- >ague teams also>.v/as.'"'considerable .although riot -as./rn'uclj 'as. in he • senior>, '.circuit, s In' addition. tp ,he half-game l.'oss b"y Durocher ot the New York Giants today called his brilliant bullpen duo of Hoyt Wilhclm and Marvin GHssom the best in baseball and challenged anybody to refute his statement. • '•'Show me another relief pitcher as-'gbod as either Wilhelm or Gris> "som" Durocher demanded. "Let alone, a pair as "good as this one. My two are the greatest no doubt about it" 2-0 and the 2 games,by,.the'W.M$e : Sox,' the Philadelphia Athletics-' -lofctvjSVi; Washington and'Baliihiore,'; 8j*ach and Boston and ••. Detroit,' 10Seach, On the final' • day.pf • thei'.xnonth the Giants whipped 'Brooklyn 5-2, Philadelphia .defeated -' : PJlt8biif gh 8-0, St. Louis crushed..•'Cincinnati 11-3 and Chicago • broke an'll-game losing streak with'- a 9-7;; declsiorij over Milwaukee ; in the' National League. • ....' :: -. -. .' '• Cleveland shaded \Baltimpre Meago bowed to .DifeJtrqit/^-S,.- tori tripped the Yanke'es'-C Philadelphia' edgedy Washing in the American' ; Leaguer-r^.; Johnny Antohelli: .wqrv JiiSf 1 ! game and became 1 ; t}v?,second .left- dander .'to beat ', tfie ; ; Dpdgefa |'th;is season as .the>"Gia.nts" made?'}£ : two straight over their '.' ; b : j^ter' '.rivals Nesy York .broke';u-'-'- : ' n " 1 ""--'"-' with three In'.-thev v/alks and. n single'] man. •• '•• .< •i. ; "'-' ; ^'.'.^; •;.•:'••;. -.-., v^; Robin -Roberts applied'j.bfe ^ wash brush to : the/'Pirates ,'fbr, third, straifh'l ,tini.R4,,;,l.i.Jf,,.,.!'.':'.'.},.. : :.'' It was lijs 'lith'•yictory.^;;He';nad 12 by this '4ate B.;ye|rA ; aijfO^ ; .:f ., Nothing comes •'easy'.'t<i' ffie : -jl5ubs . Nothing ••. comes •• easy'.;Hb' the^e days. Af^er. loSirjg .ll;'!strai«nt they build up' a: 9-2^1e'4.d : over ^Milwaukee in eight. •vinni.pgsymiy.', to ,'IM1 let you in on litilo secret win 'the pennant this year .it Will be . won in the bullpen.' . The 5,404 fans who watched Grisspm .win his eighth game of the 'season with a scintillating four- inning relief stint aganst Brooklyn Tuesday night and the 29,693 spectators who saw Wilhclm uubduc the Dodgers again with a brilliant'res- cue job yesterday could have no rebuttal Wilhelm.'s performance was one of his. best of the season. He entered the scene in tho eighth in- 8-4 on three hits. Yochlm'threw four-hitter at Nashville as the Pels blasted, the .tail-ehd Vols 14-1. .Resurging Mobile blanked Chut tanooga 20 .and 'Atlanta clung Id its one-game league • lead by edging Memphis 8-7. Ceccarelli twirled his gem rle- spite shoddy , support from. his mates, who committed five errors Only one of the tfra,y.i v foiir runs were earned. Art fanned five'bat- ters and walked : five. A six-run third'; Inning, put the Barons out of reach. A lead-tiff homers by Bob Kline and a two- run single by long Tom Hamilton highlighted the explosion. Yochim had a three-hit shutout until the ninth when Floyd Fogg doubled- in a'rim. for the hopeless Vols. Yochim, picking Up his first decision since -rejoining-'the Pels, fanned six and walked three. New Orleans gaVe Lenny a five- run lead in ihe first Inning whci the Pels batted around &n<\ sent starter Dick. Libby to the Show ers. An error -and a hit batsman also figured in the splurge.' Minis, Dykes in 10-Round Draw The talked-of return in September is said to be definitely Otit. It's a delicate subject and neither side likes very much to talk bout it, but the obstatle is the ame one which has caused M 1 ^' iano, against his natural instincts, D be one of "the most inactive f the champions— the ihcottie tax. He would be able to taike Home inly small leavings from ahother sout this year, scarcely etlBligh o justify his risking the title. .Rocky would like to fight more aften, and it is no secret that ,*he j,ooner he gets Ez?arr| in ttie ftng again the better he will like It. But ho w'll never arau6 the wisdom of the man who made hihl champion, his manager *Al Weill. One icpott is that the second e'dU ion of one of the greatest hoaVy- weight brawls in history v may b*j held at Miami in February; ttvet ning' with runners third; and nobody on first out and and the Giants holding a 2-1 leadr Jackie Robinson stood at the plate. Waiting right behind him were Gil Hodges and Roy Campanella The; 30-year-old Hnuckleball expert, held Robinson to a short-fly to left that failed to advance the. WASHINGTO.N; weights Holly Mins (X\ Middle and Bobby Dykes both seeking a shot at th» crown, see-sawed thsir ,Way las night to an unusual 10-round draw that did neither .of t heir,career much good. Mims, Washington, D. C.'s sec ond-ranked contender for the work title held by Bobo Olson looked runners. He got Hodges to hit into .strong in the middle r ounds whei a dpuble play. The Giants went on he jarred to .pick, up three runs in thpir half of the-eighth' to win 5-2 and boost their • firstvplace lead : over the Dodgers to three games It wias the 15th game this season right-hand Dykes Dykes with overhand punches. Miami, Fid., veteran Another objection hear is thfit ,the twe pew might meet ift»a,. iust as the regular, nhd,6he bfr ihem* IrighUui m«uJifl8. want lo go,' 'lo thfe ,' There appears no chance whnt' ever that the two majftr leagues will do 'anything more important than play a ball gnme nt Clfevc- land. Hank Grenberg's propbsiil Lhat American and National tie gue clubs play n certltin numbor of scheduled games against ettch bfitUnrftftt't ,' that have f ,. AHzona,, Utah,, New taha, Nevada nod WtJc pet cent of the copt5efr '" ' " • Beware of Strai ihHi flscurj^.Ll Ittle.Rfeck. ,Ark.,.l*iU poilcy— Prtmlurrt be hfer khow thlls Phone .., have the Braves ra.ily tor ..live in the last of the riirith.vTjie/^bs ended the- month .with. 21'_ ; 'lpses in •'''•"• ''' - '' •'•' : -' '• game.iSin.ce .June,'1^;"iie''has been' in nine': games and : the Giants havd wbn them ' all. Gi-issom the flOt) year-old screwball --'artist has an •yen better record He has pitche<£ iii 17.' winning games and owns arr 8-2' won arid lost record compared to-,Wilhel^s C-2. • .; piled up a big lead iri the early rounds by clicking lefts and rights at Mims then making 4 ,thg Wash- ijigton ' puncher coirie^ after, j him, instead of mixing U with hlm > anywhere near the ropes. So it would Up witjx one judge giving the nod to Dykes,' 97-94, one 25 starts. ... Rookies sparkled, for ^ nals. Joe .CiinninghaiTi/ " ' C^rdi- . ngi 'his first major league" '^mf'','' .flr^Ve -ia five runs at Cincinnatr.wHh* a home run and a singli?; jBrooRs' '. :Lji w- rence, making his .'; second;- ^pr.t, won his second • game; ',; )piip' Repiil- ski homered '.twic'^f-'fpD •gj'.^jLpijis.- -'• Mike Garcia - hsprjculfea'-' "Baltimore on : lour singlesy-arid; 1 "tarry Yesterday's Results -Detroit 4 Chicago 3 .Boston C New York 1 • Cleveland 2 Baltimore 0 Philadelphia 8 Washington 7 NOTICE , IS HEREBY . GIVEN, 'hat in pursuance'of the authority nd directions contained in the de- retal order of the Chancery Court f Hempstead. County, made and ntered on the 14th day of June, i.. D. 1954 in a certain cause (No. 592) then pending therein between ,innie Crews etol Complainants, nd Charlie Rosseau etal de- endants, the undersigned, jj's Commissioner of said Court, will offer- or sale at public yendue to the highest bidder, at the Front door, r entrance of the County Court-, louse, in which said Court is held,; n the County of Hempstead, A-ithin the hours prescribed by law or judicial sales, on Saturday the 3}st day of July A. D. 1954, the fol- owing described real estate, tovit: Southwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Section seven (7); containing forty (40) acres, more or less; all that part of the North west Quarter of Northeast Quarter, ying South of Hickory Creek, confining 35 acres, more or less; South Half of Northwest Quarter, containing 80 acres, more or less; all in [Section Eight (8) Township Nine (8)-SoutJi,. Range Twenty-five (25) West, containing in the aggregate 155 acres, more, or less irt Hempstead County, Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE On a credit of three months, the purchaser be ing required to execute a bond as required by law and the prder ane decree of said Court in said cause with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of 10% per eery per annum from date of sale unti" paid, and a lien being retained on the premises Sold to secure the payment of tbe purchase money. Given under my hand this 1<J day of June, A: P. 1854. Garr*tt WSJMs Commissioner in Chancerj June 17, 24,, July } FHA Today's Games New York at Boston (Only game scheduled) NATIONAL LEAGUE Tew York Brooklyn Philadelphia tilwaukeo Cincinnati t. Louis Ihicago 'ittsburgh W 47 44 37 34 34 33 24 23 L 23 2G bC 34 SG 30 43 48 3 8% Pet. GB .071 .639 .552 .500 12 .486 13 .478 13'/-' .358 21'^ .324 24 1 /-. rs in jor League 'py «The Associated Press AiyiEHICAN LEAGUE e— Avila Cleveland .362; .Rosen Cleveland .335; Fox Chicago .327; Minoso Chicago ,321; Busby Washington .319 (Runs batted in—Minoso Chicago Doby gave him . the : prity v i:jin really needed,.:.with '.'a ;V- 'jOO-foot homer; :' ;: •'V-';i ; - •<' '!*7 ; -'';' ; :fc' ;•••,•*.'•"• * ! ' f ?' ':': A ninlh-inning homer >:1§y i/'jB: Tuttle sent the Whittj : : '$^ ) flow to defeat. The Sox"Jia.d;.f|inied. for two runs to '^ie. ; .th^ ^scpr'e;' iri - : .the eighth on a walk,. p-:dQi)ble: .by - „„-,»», Chico Carrasquel and; a 1 sirigie:'by Rivera Chicago 10; Fox and Mi- George 'Kell,: : : ••'•:•. •".':, ••''• '^:'y.'".: ''•;•' ' r noso , .Chicago 8; Agganis . Boston fThe Yankees Rosen. Cleveland 56; Berra and; Mantle" New York 52; Fain Chicsigo and Doby Cleveland 51 i: ; jiome,v runs — Rosen Cleveland imd/'Mantle New York 14; Boqne Zernial Philadelphia rnd Vernon Wahingtoh 13. .'Stolen bases— Jensen Boston and to. Mims 97-95 and the referee seeing it 35-95— a draw under District of Columbia boxing rules. There were no knockouts in the the boxer-vs-slugger match and a somewhat unenthusiastic reaction from the 2,001 fans who paid to see the nationally televised bout. Mims weighed 155, Dykes, 159" 2 . dlx St Louis |2-4 .750. Strikeduts—Haddix St Louis 93; Roberts Philadelphia 89; Erskine Brooklyn and Spahn Milwaukee 71; Antonelli New York 66 Nixon agairi ir» right-hander Y e sterday's Results New Yoi'k 5 Brooklyn 2 Chicago 9 Milwaukee 7 'hiladelpliia 8 Pittsburgh 0 St. Louis 11 Cincinnati 3 To°ay's Games Brooklyn at New York St, Louis at Milwaukee (Only games scheduled) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB Atlanta 3irmingham •Jew Orleans Chattanooga .ittle Rock Memphis Mobile Nashville 47 32 48 34 44 30 40 40 30 3 36 43 37 45 29 45 .003 585 1 .550 4 .500 8 .450 llli .450 11'/ 2 .451 12 Yesterday's Results Birmingham 9 Little Rock 4 Atlanta 8 Memphis 7 Mobile 2 Chattanooga 0 New Orleans 14 Nashville 1 Today's Games Chattanooga at Little ,Rock (2) Nashville at New Orleans (Only games scheduled) Ex-Coach Named CS Commissioner LITTLE ROCK W — Coy Adams, 4?. coach and physical edu cation director et the West Side Junior High School here, bos been named to wceed. W- 9- J-^«fj*> »s director of the Wttle RocH Clvl Service Commission M apd ,';.th> . iird .time! this seaspn,."' ; Tbrnj : ;Mbr-' an of-the; on ng laritle York' .r-H'ri,': Bill Wilson.; dme run range D Philadelphjajbyy'it: it a pair against 1 "' . 'the econd . one; corneing3i>: ! ;ti)e:'lsi?t"of: he ninth for -.the.' yic'.W]ry; :; j;ii?rgin; Wilson has hit sevep^J-j^inrter^ five n June. Baseball 4 11 By The AM«Clatf<» American At«M$lft1on Charleston 5 Minneapolis nnlngs St. Paul 12 Colymb^s 9 Kansas City }0 T«le4o 0 Iiidianapnlis 12 toui&viUc $ TEXAS UEAGUe Beaumont 9 San Antonio 3 Dallas 4 Tulsa 3 Shreveport 4 JJoHSjpn i Oklahoma City 7. Fort Worth 6 Pitching—Reynolds New York 9-3- .90?; Stone Washington 0,1 .857; Keegan Chicago 11-2 .840; Cpnsuegra Chicago 10-2 833; JCln.der''Boston Fellei- Clevelanrt tin's}';/? 'McDonald New York 45-- Turley Baltiniore 'Trucks Chicago 72; Hoeft Detroit '70: Garcia Cleveland t)9; Wynh. Cleveland 08. 'NATIONAL. tEAOUE :Bi)tti.ng— Snider Brooklyn .370; Muejler New York .300 Robinson; (.Brooklyn .3S3; Harnncr Philadelphia 350; Bell Cincinnati .340.!' ! Kui^S battecl in — Mnsial St. LpujiS ' 73; Snider Brooklyn 03; Hodges Brooklyn and Jabloswki St powls ' 02; Klusze\y5kl Cincinnati, 00, Home runs— Mays New York and: Musiol St. Louis 24; Saner Chicago 23; Hodet-s Brocldyn and KJuszewski Cincinnati 'M. ; Stolen bases — Bruton Milwaukee 16; Tfinple Cincinnati 10; Fondy Chicago and Moon -St. Robins.on Brqoklyn Milwaukee Torgeson and Jublonski St< er serving five ye$r* *s of the commission. lie accepted position with a Fining company, m«t?)s re Irfatthews C, •Wilson Milwaukpe 5,^90; AntonelU New York 11-3 g;' ^rissom New YoUt 8-2 ,8QQ; CiijcjonatJ 4-1 800; Had- ERMELONS MISSISSIWtftlXAS VJJ^f RUSS URB MARKET THIS WEEK!S SINGER SPECIAL! 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