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Killebrew's Booming Bat Boosts Senators To 4th . By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Two months ago Harmon Killebrew figured he'd have a successful year if he stayed with, the Washington Senators all season. At the moment he leads the American League in home runs, with a dozen; in runs batted in, with 28, and in runs scored, with 26. In five previous tries with the Senators, since he became their first bonus baby in 1954, his total home run output was only 11, his RBI total was 30 and he had •cored just 29 runs. The 22-year-old third baseman, junked Washington's losing skien at three games Tuesday night, driving in five runs with a pair of homers for a 7-4 victory over the Detroit Tigers. That left the surprising Senators fourth, three games behind Cleveland's first place Indians, who defeated the New York Yankees 7-6. Chicago's White Sox retained second place, VA games back, with a 4-3, 12-inning victory at Boston, Kansas City's game at Baltimore was rained out. Frank Lary had the Senators blanked on three hits until the sixth inning, when rookie Bob Allison, who drove in the other two Washington runs, doubled. Killebrew followed with a two-run, 420- foot sock. Allison's sacrifice fly and Killebrew's second homer put it away in the seventh against Ray Narleski, after losing reliever Dave Sisler (0-1) had loaded the bases with a pair of walks. Unbeaten Cal McLish won his fifth for the Indians, who made it with the help of four unearned runs. Rocky Colavito, who had four hits,' and Woody Held hom- ered for the Indians against loser •Art Ditmar (1-2). Mickey Mantle, Alston Howard and Yogi Berra icmered for the Yanks before McLish, 33, gave way to the heat and humidity at New York. Rookie Jim Perry saved it, blank- ng the champs on one hit while striking out four over the last two frames. Cleveland's winning run was set up in the fifth on an error ay Berra — who had set a major league record for catchers in his last game with a string of 148 errorless games since July 28, 1957. All the White Sox runs came on homers. Starting right • hander Dick Donovan hit a two-run shol in the second inning and A Smith put an end to nine score less frames for Chicago with two-run homer in the 15th off los ing reliever Murray Wall (1-1; Rookie Rodolfo Arias (2-0) was thi winner, although giving up Jacki( Jensen's eighth homer in the Bos ton 12th. Cost Of Missile Bases Is High SALINA, Kas. (AP) - The total rice tag on nine Atlas missile aunching bases around Salina /ill be about 135 milion dollars, n Air Force officer said last ight. Col. Vernon L. Hastings, chief f the Atlas division of the Air Research and Development Command in Los Angeles, said con- truction would begin in about ix months. The launching sites will be 15 o 30 miles from Salina, forming a ring around the city. Army 2ngineers now are acquiring the and. Six other launching areas foi he 6,000-mile range AUas are at Topeka, Omaha, Lincoln, Chey- snne, Wyo., Spokane, Wash., and Vandenburg AFB, Calif. Hastings addressed the Smoky alley chapter of the Kansas En gineering Society. Offers Reward For Location Of Wife, Children TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Jean A. Brown, Negro merchant marine engineer from Norwood, N. J., apparently gave up the search for his white wife and three children in the Tampa area last night. They disappeared April 25, Mrs. Brown's birthday. Brown is 35, a native of Goodland, Kas. He said he and his wife, Louise, eloped to Nebraska while they were attending high school at Douglas, Wyo. He blamed his wife's disappearance on "mental depression built up because of our inter-racial marriage." Brown said his offer of a $1,000 reward brought him information his wife and children had been living in a trailer park in Tampa for two weeks and she was working as a waitress. After he arrived in Tampa yesterday h e learned his wife called her employer Monday night and said she would not be at work Tuesday. Besides the three children, Mrs. Brown took about $1,800 and one of the family's two cars. ; "She could have taken $6,500 which was accessible and she could have taken the other car, a new Cadillac," Brown said. "I am convinced there can be a reconciliation if I can find my wife and talk to her." Brown said the family moved to New Jersey in 1948 and lived contentedly until about two years years ago, when a change in his duties kept him at home most of the time instead of at sea, About that time they started getting "threatening and slanderous telephone calls," mostly from women. Brown said he still will give $1,000 for information leading him to his wife. He appealed to County Solicitor Paul Johnson for help but the prosecutor said it is a civil matter and outside his jurisdiction. The three children are Jimmy, 14, Mary, 10, and Stella, 3. Former Beauty Queen Jailed LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) — A 20-year-old girl was in a Jail cell today,' only 10 months after she was crowned a state beauty queen. Dixie Ann Gottfried has signed statements admitting two armed robberies last Monday, according to sheriff's investigator William Maraggos. No charges have been filed. "All I wanted was $50 for a room and some new clothes and a few dollars to get a new start," said the S-foot-11, 150-pound beauty. "I was flat broke." Mrs. Gottfried won the Miss Colorado Jaycee title last July, as blonde Dixie Ann Dickes of Pueblo, Colo. When two patrolmen arrested her late Monday night at nearby Aurora, her hair was long, unkempt and dyed black. She was dressed in slacks and a rough shirt. Records at her home town ol Pueblo show she was fined $125 last November for fighting and pouring beer on two policemen who attempted to arrest her in a tavern. Mrs. Gottfried was arrested less ; than 15 minutes after an Aurora drugstore was robbed at gunpoint of $131 and narcotics. • She admitted she had robbed a Denver hotel early Monday of $17. ' The lithe beauty said her husband, William D. Gottfried, 23, is ;in the Illinois Prison for the ' Criminally Insane. He was convicted of kidnaping a policeman, Maraggos said. "He'd just raise cain if he knew about this." she sai'd. 3£COV£> FLO OK PI AM ROOM FOR EXPANSION: Plan HA85V provides space upstairs for addition of two bedrooms and a bath in this spacious home offering five rooms on the first floor. The architect is Fenick A. Vogel, Rm. 75, 117 West 48th St., New YorklS, N. Y. Habitable area is 2,250 sq. ft. Pure Community Grows Rapidly BISBEE, Ariz. (AP)—Frivolities [ike liquor, lipstick, tobacco and ornate jewelry are forbidden to residents of southern Arizona's newest community. But, nevertheless Miracle Valley, founded only last summer as a 'City of God" and a ministerial training ground, is growing rapidly. Last October, the IKtle setle- ment in Cochise County, 16 miles west of Bisbee, had a population of about ISO. Now there are some 300 residents and newcomers are arriving weekly. More than one-fourth of the residents are students who, upon completion of their training, will be expected to go forth and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ under A. A. Allen, the controversial revivalist-faith healer who founded Miracle Valley. Allen is head of A. A. Allen Revivals, Inc., of Dallas, Tex., and lias a nationwide reputation for his tent meetings. An eloquent and highly vocal evangelist, Allen claims that, through the intercession of God, he has cured many sick and restored a number of crippled persons at his spirited revivals. Miracle Valley sprawls over some 2,400 acres of range land not far from the Mexican border near the old cattle towri of Hereford. Half the land was a gift from Urban Leindecker, a rancher- cowboy who now lives in a trailer in Mircle Valley and works for the betterment of the community. The remaining acreage was bought by Allen from Ben Leindecker, Urban's brother, for a reported $45,000. Urban Leindecker's gift included a sturdy old ranch house which now serves as headquarters for light industry, including a mattress factory and a studio for ograph records. Keelin Fourth In Tennis Regional Head-On Crash Near Larned Kills Two LARNED, Kas. (AP) — Two persons were killed by a two-car, head-on collision 1 J z miles southwest of Larned yesterday. They were Earl E. Pember, 67, Ness City, and Mrs. Esther L. Seeley, 61, Kinsley, Kas. Mrs. Seely died in a Larned hospital about two hours after the accident. Her -husband, George, 68, was in critical condition. Bob Keelin, Ottawa, finishe fourth in the tennis regional a Highland Park, Monday. Keelin drew a first round by and then defeated Bishop Wyandotte. He was defeated the semi-finals by Steve Wooc Highland Park. Keelin lost to Tom Carroll, Highland Park for third Gary Burke, Ottawa took a firs round win from Smitz, Shawne Mission North. He lost his sec ond round match to Carroll. Mr. Farmer: Looking for a Bargain in Used Haying Equipment HAY BALERS Like New J.D. 14T '51 J.D. 114W. P.T.O. '50 J.D. 114W, Motor '49 J.D. 116W, P.T.O. '50 IHC 50T, Motor MOWERS Like New J.D. No. 5, 7 ft. J.D. No. 5, 7 ft. IHC No. 25V, 7 ft. IHC Mtd. 7 ft., H or M IHC Mtd. 7 ft. "C" Case Trail 7 ft. AC Mounted 7 ft. Ford, 3 Point 7 ft. RAKES J.D. No. 594 Side Delivery J.D. No. 858 Side Delivery J.D. No. 350 3 Point Case Side Delivery Roto Side Delivery OTTAWA TRACTOR & IMPL CO., INC. 119 E. 2nd CH 2-4400 Dr. George Byerly recently vis- ted'his daughter, Mrs. Ted Elam, and Judy in El Dorado. His granddaughter from R. Stonestreet Elam home. News From The Greeley Area MRS. HELEN LALMAN son, Arthur Williams, Greeley and Wichita, Mrs. P. was also at the a daughter, Mrs. Ida Cunningham Lane. Mrs. Bill Goodwin and Kathy, Kansas City spent the weekend with her folks the August Walkins. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Hadley Mr. and Mrs. C. H. New recently and Charles III had as their attended a 'family reunion in Chanute with the Rev. and Mrs. Everett Pearson. Mrs. Stella Oswald was released from the Garnett hospital where she has been under treatment. Mrs. Besse Emmons has left for Long Beach, Calif., to spend several months with her daughter, Mrs. Dot Yuhs. ~*~~ Funeral services were held Sunday at the E.U.B. Church for Mrs. Lucinda Williams, who died in a nursing home Friday in Osawatomie. She is survived by a guests over,the weekend Mr. and Mrs. William Peters and Mr. am Mrs. James Peters and M i k e Wichita. The 6th and 7th grade pupils and the high school seniors left Thurs day on an educational trip to Den It's Cleaning Time for DRAPES & BLANKETS (Blankets returned in plastic storing bags) Chopped Cleaners 116 W. 2nd CH 2-3832 ver, Colo. Th«y wert accompa* nied by their teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Eberhart and girls, Kansas City spent Sunday with the Ralph Hammacks and Mrs. Laura Lunbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Borovicka, Sherrie and.; Bruce, Cherry vale spent Saturday with t h' e Charley Borovickas. Rev. and Mrs. Charles Hadley will attend annual conference of the E.U.B. church in Salina, beginning Friday. Rev. Carroll Bick Thf OTTAWA HERAUH Wednesday, May 13, 1859 HOTTEST BRAND GOING I Strongheart DOG FOOD 5 Cons 49c JOHN G. KAISER Drug Store Masonic Bldg. ley of Garnett will fill the G , « ., — * * * * ' ley pulpit Sunday. Robert ;!;WMfcworth, Canada, a retired engine^ of 1 Grand jTrunk Pacific ••visilefl; jl». George Byerly here Friday. Plagued Day And NightwithBladder Discomfort? 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