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Tuesday Evening, July 9, 1957. Western Junior Golf Field Begins Swinging Owners Boycott Feller LOS ANGELES (UP) —.Bob Feller today was forced to conduct his kid baseball clinics on sandlots after being denied the use of Brooklyn Dodger - owned Wrigley Field. Feller arrived here Monday for a quick series of the clinics sponsored by Motorola. He was to have appeared at Wrigley Field but his LAFAYETTE (UP) _ The 40Ul •nnual Western Junior Golf championship, the oldest of the nation's teen-age golf events, opens over the tough Purdue South course today with most of last year's top contenders back. Heading the field of 147 shol- makets from 22 states is defending champion Dick Foote, Santa Ana, Calif.,- and the three other •emi-finalists from last year. Eighteen-hole qualifying rounds today and Wednesday will reduce the .championship flight to the 32 low scorers who begin match play Thursday. The 36-hole finals were scheduled for Saturday. Foote's principal opposition was expected to come from Deane Beman, Kensington, Md., the runner-up last year, and such youngsters as Ron Royer, Crawfords- Wrigley ville, Ind., and John Ellis, Wil- denied that the cancellation" bac mette, 111., who also gained the anything to do with the curve hand- semi-finals in 1936. , led baseball owners by FeJler be Another top threat, is slender Don Essig, Indianapolis, a Louisiana State student who captured th» Indiana Junior crown on the same course last month. The Weslern was also held here in 1948 when Gene Coulter of Richmond, Ind., then a Purdue freshman, took all comers. The team champioaship goes to the three-some or five-some turning in the lowest aggregate score. Washington, D.C. won the trophy last year. Other highly-regarded entrants Hutch Thinks Redbirds Will Do Better ST. LOUIS (UP)—Manager Frtd Hutchinson, whose St. Louis Cardinals have been one of the biggest surprises of 1957, thinks' his club "will be even better in the second half." Hutchinson, the 37-year-old former star Detroit pitcher, had just seen his lejuvenated Cardinals sweep a four-game set with the Cincinnati Redlegs and move 2% games in front of the .National League race at the halfway mark. "I'sincerely beliove we'll be bet Major League Leaders National League G. AB R. M. Pel. 79 337 64 117 .347 Player & Club Aaron, Milw. Fondy, Pitts. 67 273 32 94 .344 Muslal, St.L. 77 305 51 104 .341 Robinson, Cinci. 78 317 58 99 .312 Groat, Pitts. 51 209 23 65 .311 American League Mantle, N.Y. Williams, Bost. Boyd, Balti. Skowron, N.Y. 77 252 72 72 248 55 74 243 44 72 280 43 93 .369 85 .343 82 .337 93 .332 ter in the second half," HuIcWn- ^Sl Ca^To" son said. "The nlavw* h a ,,o n,. •'• ™usiai yards 20; Malzone, Bost, 78 318 36 104 ,327 Home Runs National League—Aaron, Braves other can and will do.' If the Cardinals do win their _,., -------- ,...„.„., » ,„,„ „„,, „,„ ju ^j i, aralnajs 0 0 w - in jijeir appearance was canceled the day j first pennant since 1946 it will be after he olasted basebal!_ owners a bottom-lo-top Cinderella story at a congressional hearing. | for Hutch, also known as the "Big " Field management fore the hearing. However, 'management would give no reason for the sudden boycott. Feller, the onetime fast-ball artist, continued to take time out between clinics to throw -a few fast ones at baseball owners. He referred to the owners as "those guys in the ivory tower." "Under the present reserve clause set up, a club is obligated to a player for 3D days, a player lor lite," Feller said. have the right to a club A P |a y<-' r w*. ..,«„.,-, = BO ,uc U um,™ included Richard Canutcla, Kani 0 ' fre(i d»ni to negotiate, After all la P |a y er is in business and should l)c allow ed to sell his services to Francisco prep champion; Moore, Jr., twice Memphis city schoolboy titlist; Payne Palmer, Arizona Junior king, and Bob Kletcke, Illinois prep champ. lhe "'ffhest bidder." GT Jets Place Five In Colt Loop Tourney All-Star players for Hi* Colt League this year were chosen by loop officials last night in order t to prepare for the annual tourn-i ament, it was announced by 1'eck. Partneler, league president, The General Tire . Jets landed five players on the squad, the Alpha Bears and A&W Pirates four each and the KLK KolLs placed two. Those named lo the All-Star roster are: C,. r. .Tcls—Billy Cuppy, Kenny lies, Jimmy Sweet, Wally Farrcll, Mik« Jordan. Alpha Hears-—.Terry Pfaff, Johnny OU, Bill Brown, Jerry Busch, A&W Pirates—Dave Dickcrson, Tom Hayward, Carl Watkins, Jim Coiner. KLK Rolls—Allen Thomas and Dwayno McClaeb. Alternates chosen were: Mark JJrown and Dan Karrc/l of the Jet* and Ed Denning of the Pirates. The first woman to lie sealed as a member of the I/. S. Senate was Mm, HtiliticKu Ii. l''nllun (O-fJa.), in J!)22. ,Sh« was appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the death oJ Sen. Tliomes W. Watson, I Major League Standings 7/ouis 'Milwaukee I Philadelphia Cinoinnali Brooklyn New York PHlBburjfh Chicago 1 National I.^ugtic W. J,, Pal. 4ft 31 ,597 44 34 ,5«4 42 34 44 :)« 41 M M 4.'l 2'/ 2 .553 W, .550 ,M2 5 ,45« II .372 I7'// .360 17 , iNn games scheduled,) . Tuesday's I»robubl« I'Ut-.hrrt (All-Star Game at St. Louis) W«(Jii««<Iu,y'x Gum«ii Milwaukoo at Plllnburgh (night) N'ow York Ohicajjo Boston Clevel.-md Ddroil Baltimore W. 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I:. . 5,1 ,12 47 37 411 !W 44 311 , 40 « an 4:1 .19 411 Louisville; -M 58 MftlMlliy's Kt'NIlllH iJonvor 4 Indianapolis I) ()U) Denver 4 Indianapolis 2 (2nd) WidiUn in Omiihfi 4 Minneapolis II Louisville. 4 Charleston (I HI, Pawl tt. Toduy'a (lami'it DBIIVOP nl (,'harlwitxm Olllllllit Jit /Xlllisvlll(i Mliin«n|Kill« at Wichita .St. 1'aul nt liicllanapoll.1 Mm .4411 ..W «H dOI.Ii' KKGISTUiyriONS Thore wero Il7n regl-slrallnna for golf last ivoek nl tlni Dykeman Counlry Club Monday, golf pro- manager ./oiin Carilhi'rs. roporled, They rBjjIaliireil n« follows: July I, li-l; July 2, n;i; ;ird, IV); 4lh, 1211 (raill>; !Hh, 117; »Ui, |««- 7(h I Ml. Read the Classified Ads iWEDNESDAY 10 Last day )o qualify for ilx months' uarnlngs on Insured scwlngi, EarnlnQt paid D«cemb«r 31 and Juno 30. Fvut ANOtOAN ASSOCIATION jUt 3H Fourth Street - Louoruport, Ind. 'Bear" for the way he paces lihc dugout, It was five years ago Saturday that Hutch, his right arm sore, inherited the eight-place Detroit Tigers from Red Rolfe in mid- season to begin his managing career, He received a telegram from the late Portland Manager Bill Sweeney; "You might have thought it was tough pitching, stm, troubles have just be- der. Dodgers 36. American League — Mantle, Yanks 22; Sievers, Senators 20; Williams, Red Sox 20 Czech Reds Greet Russ Party Chiefs Khrushchev And Bulganin Complete- Their Journey Malenkov Will Be Lucky If He Escapes Firing Squad Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiv» Georgi M. Malenkov will be a lucky man if he is not shot as the result of the big Russian Communist Party purge. . It is evident now that Malenkov is regarded as the most dangerous - — ./ of the big three-"inti-party" men . from Moscow by Train .involved in the dispute among . PRAGUE,. Czechoslovakia. (UP) - Czechoslovakia's Communist •leaders gathered on'the Russian border today to welcome visiting Soviet Communist Party leader Nikita S. Khrushchev and Premier Nikolai Bulganin. The Czechs were expected to receive a first-hand report on the purge of the "Molotov group" in the Kremlin. Westecn observers believed other East European Communist leaders might be Runs Batted In National League—Aaron, Braves 73; Musial, Cards 66; Crowe, Red- legs 55; Hoak, Rediegs 55; Ennis, Cards 53. American Leaguu — Skowron, Yanks 60; Sievers, Senators 59; Mantle, Yanks 57; Malzone, Red Sox 56; Minoso, White Sox 55. Pitching Shank, Yanks 9-1; S c h m i d t, Cards 7-1; Bunning, Tigers 10-2; Saanford, Phils 10-2; Trucks, Athletics 7-2. Ford Frick Re-Hired; No Pay Raise ST. LOLTIS CUP', - Ford Frick but your gun." Hutch and the Tigers wound up in the eighth place. Hutch figured Sweeney couldn't have been more right. But the Tigers came up to .sixth in 1953 and fifth the following year. Then Hutch wont to Seattle in JD55 because of n contract dispute and brought home a Pacific i,,,,, „ .. , -,-,Coast Lcai-ue title ! wl " conl "" li; «« baseball- com- General, manager Frank Lane I.™* 8 ;".™' ^ nnother .seven years, lured him to the Cardinals where hls - clc ' C "° n cont " mc ' 1 sflm <-" 10 brought a sew.'nl/h-placc team JI> lo fourth last year. "There have been times when ol' Bill wns right," Hutch said us he rested in first place today, "but. nol right now. it's always' nicer when you win." The turning polril for the Card! what of u slap oven though he re mains in the job. The II! major league-.owners, who voted unanimously to retain Hie former sports writer until Sept.. 21, IMS. failed to uive him a raise. He will gel tlw same }»5,- (XXI per year for the new lent) that .he has received on his current sovM-year contract, which expires Sept. 21, l Kill, nals IhU season, Hutch said, was when ho turned to youth, sending Ken Hnyer to center to make room for Eddie Kasko and giving Joe Cunningham more playing lime. | lion. Instead, he said thai '"abmil Since then, the.key lo first place has been "balance." One spurts wlien another slumps. The Hlg Bear added: "A manager in no bell or llujn hi/) boll club in grain™; and-Ma pilch- ing in pnrlieular." briefings. Czech President Antonin Zapotocky headed a group of top ranking leaders who traveled over . mvuivcu in u 'Soviet leaders. Charges amounting to criminal conspiracy have been made against'him by Nikita S. Khrushchev and other victors in the dispute. If these . charges, made in speeches, are not followed by a formal prosecution, it surely will mean that there has been a radical change ,in Communist Party procedure. Vyaches,lav M. Molotov and Lazar M. Kaganovieh, the other, two members of the "Big Three," have been linked with some, of the offenses attributed lo Malenkov. Last Of "Bolsheviks" dictatorship is essential in Russia, even if there are several "collective" dictators instead of one. But from reports now leaking - F n , out of Moscow, there are strong [ P, ol indications ffi.-it. Malonltrw \rninJ at !tle indications (fiat Malenkov, Molotov, Kaganovieh and Dmitri She- pilov, who was purged from the| Communist Party Presidium with them, really did make a bid to oust Khrushchev as (lie No. l collective leader ' by replacing him as first secretary of the Russian Communist Party, There are indications also that for a time they had hope of sue ceeding. Knights Pick Committees Commutes were appointed Monday night by Joe Loner, new Grand Knight of the local Knights of Columbus when the group met" , of C hall. night to the frontier town of Cer-i What seems to put Malenkov on na to^ welcome the Russians. AJthe spot is the fact (hat he is the special train was bringing Bulga- nin and Khrushchev from Lvov in the Ukraine. Flew From Moscow Bulganin and Khrushchev flew from Moscow Monday to the Ukraine and changed to u train for the remainder of the journey, man Airliner Mokes Sharp Bank to Avoid Crash With Jet; 8 Injured SAN KKANCJSCO (UP)—f.'lghl. passengers suffered minor Injuries' Monday when a United Air Lines DO) Jiad Lo make n .sharp bank to avoid colliding wllh a jet plane, Tlic Incident took plai.-u over Ox- niircl, about 50 miles northwest of J/w Alluvion, at an elevation of 11,(XX) fuel. The plane had le.fl. a firw moments before from l,o« An- K«l«* for San Francisco with ;)!) passenger* and crew, A (Allied Air Linux physiclmi was cnlle.d lo Nan KrnncUco Airport to examine lliu |iH,iiicngBrs, He found Hie most severr- bilii.' 1 les were a sprained aulile stiffiirnd by Tom Tralw of Afflfln, Mo'., and a HI!, on the forehead received by David ,Steinhi!rg of Yonl«!rn, N.Y. Klx <ill»M' piiBounjiurji re'- minor hrulnes. all I have to say i.s 'thniik. you.' " Frick wan iiDt-lfifld of his appointment by Timi Yawltey, owner of l,hu Boston Hed Sox, and of the Cliica. ownei'H de- I'hil Wrlaley, owner CiiljH, the- , - ferred action on wuellmr lo let the Ieai<ti(! presidunta work out diitall-H of Krlck's new contract, or turn It over to a .special enimr.illeo. Kli.'L'llon «f (he PoniiiilsKidiiw In a new term was the onJy activity of tlio joint .se.s.sioii of tin; twi leiiKUfls. The Amiirican held lenathy I||HCIIM<|I)II» earlier 01 The first hiiBiilMiil World ,S«rlwi wns played by thu Boston Americans nnd the, {'Illnliiirij Natlonnla In l()(i;l, liosl.on winning. two polnls—NalJuiiiil League chlse Hliill.i and catastrophe III miraimti— -lint (oulc no vole. The Nntliinal League rc|eclcd i bid by (ieiirgo V, McLaiiKhlin o Now York fur a fniiifjimc in [hi l!oi-oiig,h of QiieeiiH, voted in fnvoi (if extending tuc niiijor league NnlloiiHl Assoeiaflou of I'timebnl agreement for five yeiirn, am I'leard a rujiorl by lungiu: nlturncy Lnwis Carroll on reecnl liearii in WiiwlihiKlini (in luglwlnllon for Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort l-AHTIOKTII, » IIIIHIB ..... , nlknlln* (nuii-riRlfll [iriwdnr, linldn riilun LnnUi morn nrnlly, To r.u.1. mm I.n I It m iiini-n mmliin, Jlint nj)j.|iikla » HUIn J'AH. I Ifilii'l'll nn yiiur IJ|IU,I>H, No yinnniv nly l.iinlii or runlliiK. Clinnlii '" frt(jni,tini lirmtl.hl Oiu ui «ny ilnm mmni.ni-. Kiinity, iinnl ;)|II|.K orlrjj Thelnstarrtlaste is flone! | - J03lnstant Folgers Coffee^^ Opan Friday Nilw 'Till 9 p, m. SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY 1.98 72x99 FOXCROFT SHEETS 133 )hfuni!» pur i 1*4* than 100 wnk lly inowy v/hlt* ift«&u~^ ch, &ufirtu\t*mi lor tint 2 FOR $3 79c 22x44 BATH TOWELS 66" MQ tlilrtly li«nvy firil rjijalliy Both Tnwalt In y*ltow, lilu*, gr»*n, Nine and frencli Rate, Tak* ciilvaniaQ* of till* low prk«. OVAL BRAIDED RUGS Our rtttjulnr $t 17x29 li«ovy quality r« Iht* l)rai(Ui) ruQi in wjrlnut colon—All Qunllty. W"tl. morning only. 88" $1 IRONING BOARD COVER & PAD SET Sfllif'H* tr*n$ttrl Ifvnlny bnorj unv*r ptid i«t, Sillr.onliud cov«r foe *niUr, Jrpntfuj, (t*t(t[*nf pad laf imoodi ffonl and 77" down grade Josof Stnlin. Inc. firsl out of Russia since Ihe purge of former Premiers Vynch'e- slav Mololov 'and Georgi Malen- kov and a number o[ their associates from the Communist Party presidium, W-oslern observers were coitfi- dent that Khrushchev and Buiga- ,,«....v, u nln would make an explanation'of him as the the dismissals one of the first or- big men. youngest of the three, one of the new generation of Soviet leaders. Molotov and KaRanovich are •survivors of a past generation. Molotov is B7. 1-lc is the last of Corttinue Attempts To Refloat Luxury Ship Off Coral Reef HAMILTON, Bermuda (UP! Capl, l-ence E. C. today Hicks imposed si- the The committees arc as follows: Catholic Activity: Joseph Grun- singer, chairman; John McGuin, John Hambright, Ned Dwyer, William Wagner, Americo Mordcnti. Council Activity: Robert Kleifgen. chairman; John Finder, Pat Sabatini; Harvey Roberts, Jacob Timmons. Fraternal Activity: Charles El- pcrs, chairman; Clarence Wagner, Pete Conroy, George Bubel, Paul Umbarger. Membership: William Perrone, chairman; Frank Heppcrle, Anthony Perrone. Norman Lofl'ert, Jim Pasqualc. Public Relations: diaries Elpers. chairman; John Mclhvain, passengers aboard the slramied Kocco fiozzi. cruise ship Meina Del Pacitico in' preparation for new attempts to haul Ihe ship off Uernv.icta's while- coral reefs. The 17,872-lon luxury liner ran and Tom Mcdland, Harold Tubcrty, aground bclwei'ii two eoral the "Old Bolsheviks" who had nl- reef" in Bermuda's mirth channel ready reached the top at'the time!early Monday with 700 passen.qors of the 1917 Revolution. Kugnnovich "" J """ — ' ' """ ' . is 63. Both have been on Hie since the death of But Mnlcnkov is only 55. He is one of the now generation of Communists who are able administrators ^ and technicians as well as politician.s. Some people regard brainiest ot Russia's dcr s of business here. The Russian party was to transfer to a C/.ech train in the fron- licr. Welcoming Commllteefi Set Welcoming meetings were prepared by party orKnnlMlions at Koscice, Zlilnn and other towns along the route Uie train will take In Prague. The Soviet loaders will spend the night 'aboard the train and arrive in Prague sometime Wednesday morning. Premier Vlliam Slroky will he on bond ill Prague conlra) .vtullon a were ordered to keep In order the crowds of hundreds of thousands. JSxlni police were brought In l.r> kcop the pntlwiiy clear for the ftnsslnns us Ihoy wall: Ihe low yards from Uic sta- II(in to Ihe offlulnl resfdunue ot Pre.sldeiil X.apoUicky where they will live. Their vlwll ends July Jfi. Read fhejCloissificd Ads AUTHORSl/ANTED BY N. Y. PUBLISHER Nnw York, N. V. — On,, of Uin millnlin liirunnl. |,,xili inilillnlntrn IB Mfn'kltrK nirihliMifrliil.ii nf nil lyii.m—, Ili-I.lnn, nnn-rii-.llf,it, [Hiiilt'y. MII..I;JII| II.|.|MIH|IIII i.n nt-.w wrlhii-n, II 1 viiHJ- wni-lr In l-nnrl.v nil 1 i>lllillr:.ill<in, 'm-.nil fur linnldnl. Nl'-«l—ll'n tr.-n. Viml- "Kfl I'mmi, 1211 W. Hint «'.,. Now Ynrk I. If Khrushchev and Hie. rest of Uic victorious leaders in the Krom- lin dispule decide lo follow up their present charges by formal lexal action, they .may or may not span; Mololov and KaRanovich. Hut Malenkov will remain a potential dnimw as long us he I'u- ninlns alive, . Ahty He No Cluin^i* Kliru-ihchi'v and his eolleiiKues may be doinn smnu serious Ihink- liiK about their proper course. If they shoot Malenkov or pill him in prison — possHily wllh l.'ie Mint Youth. Activity: Tom Pasqualc, chairman; Leo Hcndricks, Carl Beriull, Korrcst Shook, Glen Hoover, Harold Tiiberly. Aiinouncx'ment was marie that the Kourlh Degree Assembly will hold ils next monthly meeting here Wedni'sday, July 17, at which time complete plans will be formula! t«d for Ihe aiinuul Fourth picnic. Iwo— It will he n confession the Communist system In Russia is no different Limn R was and 300 crewmen aboard. Kfforts to rofloal the liner failed Monday and Monday night. Hicks oixiered his passengers nid crew mil. to answer questions' about the mishap, but Ihe passcn- Set Simple RitCS sr^r,::;: f;;i; 1 .Te, i r! For Mrs -cooiidge .,,„,„,. • ,, ,. ' , , "• Nniri'iMiipTnM »r,..< Wiuci in the crow quiii'lors. Ihev appeared cnrefree and in holiday iTHiod, however. The inli-rvii-w was inlcrninlod by n ship's iiflicer wlio Ihreal- cued In turn fire . NOimiAMlTON, Mass. (UP'— Simple funernl services \i'or» planiusi today for Mrs, Grace Uoodlmp Coolirtgc, 78, former ,'irst laily of the Uni|od Slates, who tile cabin priiiscr .,,,, l .,., the newsmen moved on! of hear- IIIR ilisljinte. Noillw:- Hicks nor Ihe ship's aRiMHs would say whrllu-r there damiiKe, luil ihere were C-ei' \^'-in Ih.'n-.l • "• wmivu ouuc>, WllV hoses m II . r,.' liirl1 M< "" la >' of " ll(lart ailm(1 » ( ' in nmi,,,,. ,, ,i, .: I An-'iiUieiiuM-.ts for the funeral lor on lh<. slrunms of slarhH.-ird bow lealtin;; wnlor. nil hiirinl were completed by John Coolidu*'. Rl, the only surviv- ini; son of 1'ivsitleiit nnd Mrs. Calvin I'onliilfjc. The funeral will be hi'ld We*1ncs- day al the Kclwards Coni!ivt;!iliun> al Clniri'li here and the body will lliiMi lip taken to Springfield (or fremaliun. in Stalin's day. Thu xo-cnlleil eolloel.lvo lead- . ership" which wan suppose usher in a new day In Russian Communist pulley will have been cxiMiseil as a flciinn, II. will hi.' cleiif ovidunea Ihiil n Reall.il Good Caramel Bar Howard B. Stark Co., Ittituwht illlrhlni Ar. Dl.lrlliulh ly, Saylor Candy Co. CONSTIPATED? ' New laxative discovery tin-locks bowel blocks without gag, bloat or grip* Ciinsiipiilion is cmisi-d liy whnl doc- Inn cnpiicily, plus CDLONAID'S Hretch- loi.i ail) |u "lliiil'ly"^!!)!! ilini, iii.sldul ilitimlutiiix liiill.. So cllcclivo t'( ro- ' - . , . ot' rcininiiiK nuii-iiiiiu us ii sluliild, .i Iho i)|>|)i)siic; n>l>s ilii: tnlun »l nilicll iiuiiHluro Mini il.i ciiiitcnls mi .. litves cvrn chiuuic i-onslipalioii over- niclii, Cin.iiNtm is yet so smmitti, »o . ixnllu il tins proved Mifo even for ecome ilehyilruleil, m> dry Dim iht-y woini-n in i-rilical «(uges of prrunuiK-y. hl»ck tho lunVL'l; !,o hlimnkcn tlutt o,, , _, , l( , , , „ , f " w ' r ' ?* h(yl ° l '" lk . .«"" " urns s »" vcli . t-'.U.NA.M MClllUT R.BS. h '""" " ol t", 1 ' 1 "' 1 W '"" """"•"' w " h »l««i I'linil ol vitniniiK nnil iitlicrvalu- l.lt. mod nmrlrnls; in rlink-nl trsts, 11,,-y f,,il i» ,.».•, c m .viiiii»l»in il.e liril.. U. IHM-RO (lul |,l,.|lcl» 1.11.1 c M »l!> »i,»le fion, J-I.HI- !.,,!>• " ' l» n>K«l» niirmul n-Kiihirlly. Iho dry, t rrns; n rn-n trsts, nlincnlccn, L-oii.sllpiiiiii|i cunirms ol' did mil I-IUIKC null «r mlicr icai:lioi» . hulk MHIMI ho bimiHliI 10 your cnloi K. .VT-K-IM-C-II ...IIMUH-III ,'| | U «,»,„:,„„ no,,,,,d ,,,„ ,0 „„„, Ami, ol nil iiixiilnrii, onjy OmiNAin, Iho niiiii/iiiii iii-w liin.uivn ilim-ovrry IIUSJCMM ('iii.i)NAlli'.'l limit imihltith- .* C-IIIIIIIIT, Imlnyl Only 'He lor Ihe til) lulilcl iiiirtunr, briniiH posilivo iclicf lit lr» Ch.in 2,; per lulikl U efore you decide to hold on io your present car, make sure you nderstand this: It will never be worth more than it is right now. That's why ou owe it io yourself to learn why mid-year la an especially smart time to go over to Olds. ow... with the best months of '57 ahead N O W Idsmobile's "88" offers you more big-car value for surprisingly little more money. hat's more, traditionally top resale value means lowest-cost driving In the long runl fun. U CtS-TV VIC DAMONt SHOW tttry Wxlnxduv Ntaht SA«nr MMilS SCHSl . M1KMM FMU SAfW WKK . JULY

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