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A * ft A .M Hope Star Published every svnekday aftcrnool. STAR PUBLISHING CO. MM. C. I. Palme', President Atex. M. V/ashburn, Secy-Treol. at the Star Building St«r •» Hope 1899; Press 1»» Consolidated January 1», 1°2» HJ-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Afkansoi _ AM*. H. Woshburn, Editor «. Publlih* Paul H. Jones, Monoging Editor Donal Parker, Advertlsinq Mar. MM. Jeen Adler, Classified Mgr. C. M. (Pod) Roger, Jr., Clrc'l. Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Mcch. Supt. Mays' Hot Ba! Keeps Giants in 2nd Place By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Willie Mny.';' hot bat carried I San Francisco in a twi-night dou- jbk'hcader sweep at Philadelphia ^Thursday nisht ns the Giants re|turned to second place in the na- Itional League race by winning 8-7, «"»"""=' n/> ; nhho .i m in 10 innings, and 4-1. By dorrier in Hope and neigncorinf Per week * -|j Witlic hit lnrcc "° mci ' s in lhc One monfn nlei [opener, putting it nway wilh the P "B yye man""in""Hc'rnpstcodT" Nevada |2Ji!)lh of his career, and added a LaFoyette, Howard and Miller Courv lri p] c ,, |u | ., t | ou b|<. in the tlight- firierod' os second class nioHer e the Post Office at Hope, A"*" 1 "" under fhe Act of March 3, 1«»^_ Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations ^^ Subscription Rates (payable in advance) Hope SPO tar RTS took the litter. In the On* month Thre« months Six months On* year All other mcril — Thro* months Six months On* year c «l ' /•"111 * -•!? , CJ i>- 15.60 That put the Giants in second .002 percentage points Los Angeles Dodgers, 4-2 a t Pittsburgh. It 1.85 3.5» . . . 6.5tl Place by lover the lost . Bdg Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texa, Bonk Bldg., Delia* 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Ch.cago 1 III 60 E «2nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2 Mich Termihol Bldg., Oklahoma City 2 also put the Giants within 2'i games of first place Cincinnati, after the Reds dropped their third in a row, 15-8, to the Chicago Cubs in the only other NL nightcap with a t'ive- _ First game, southpaw Ken Lehrmin started for the up ;i single and -a walk-and left. Billy O'Dell itnrlcd for the Giants, faced one man (who singled»—and gave way to Sam .lories in a four-run first. Juan Marichal <6-<n working in relief for the first time, svas the winner. The seventh place Cubs, who lost only the opener of the four, game scries, kissed the Red.' goodbye wilh 17 lilts, four of them homers, and beat Jim Maloney -4). Don Cardwol! (7-5) was the inner. Cardwell slugged one of ic Cubs' homers illy Williams, Al game scheduled. In the American Mimbtr ef Tho Associated Preit ThT Associated Press L entitled ex lusively to the use for /-Pubhcot'or of oil the local news pr,n ted m th newspaper, as well c* all AP new Jlspotche*. • •• League, De- San Francisco - Alejandro Lavorante, 203',i. Argentina, out- pointed Monroe Ratliff, 189, Los An Sf Angeles - Al Grant," fcZ New Orleans, outpointed Andres Garcia, 137, Los Angeles, 10. Brescia, Italy - Sante Amonti, 184, Italy, stopped Bert Whitehurst, l94Vi, Baltimore, 10. Alghero, Sardinia - Salvatore Burruni, llttz. Italy, outpointed Risto Luukkonen, 112, Finland, Ja. troit beat the Chicago White Sox again, 5-2, (or a two-game lead over idle New York. Washington defeated Cleveland 5-0. Baltimore won G-2 at Kansas City and Bos ton rapped Minnesota 9-5. Mays upped his batting average ]3 points to .331 in the sweep ant drove in. five runs with his three homers in the opener. His firs' .wo, both two-run shots, were of reliever Dallas Green and gave the Giants a 4-4 tie after three innings. He won it with his -2011 home run of the season, off Frank Sullivan (3-8). In the second game, May tripled home the Giants' first ru as they scored three in the fourt inning off loser Art Mahaffe 17-8). Billy Loes (5-51, knocke out as a reliever in the opene along with Heist am eorgc AHrnan—who now leads he NL wilh a .352 average. Ear! Francis <l-2> and relieve Elroy Face checked Ihc Dodger n three hits while the Pirates, blanked on four hits for seven in- ings came from behind and beat 'Sandy Koufax (10-4) wilh our runs in the eighth. All three Dodger hits were off Francis* who struck out 10 in his Detroit Hands White Sox a 5-2 Defeat By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer The Baltimore Orioles won their fifth in a row by beating Kansas City G-2 behind the two-hit pitching of Dick Hall Thursday night. It was the eighth victory in nine games for fourth place i Standings Southern Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W- L. Pet. G.B Birmingham . 40 34 .MOO — Chattanooga .. 4R 35 .578 Atlanta 42 39 .519 Little Rock ... 42 44 .4B8 Macon 37 42 .4G8 Nashville .... 38 44 .403 Shreveport ... 38 40 .452 Mobile 3f> 45 .438 1 0 !H<, 10 10'/2 12! To°ay's Games Macon at Atlanta Nashville at Chattanooga Little Rock at Shreveport Mobile at Birmingham Thursday's Results Atlanta 5, Chattanooga 3 Macon 10, Nashville 7 Birmingham 13, Shreveport 2 Little Rock 1, Mobile 0 F r iday Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Detroit .. • j "~ - . rMnu/ York Birds, who open a three-game set , against the American League leading Detroit Tigers tonight. Detroit handed the Chicago White Sox a second straight loss, -2, for a two-game bulge over he idle New York Yankees. Third lace Cleveland dropped six ames behind with a 3-1 loss to , eight innings and gave up both •uns on three walks and a single by Tommy-' Davis in the first m- ling three Baseball Games Tonight In the Babe Ruth League plaj last night Hope's number 2 team licked the number one team 7 to 3. SAENGER THEATRE COOL COMFORT PLUS A GOOD MOVIE TONIGHT & SATURDAY Matinee Everyday IWniuni «- 1C) 00000<3000000000OOO« J COlUMBIAflCniggSHiEStmS ', «TEREHCE MORGAII HtZEL COURT ... ROBERT BEATTt Games tonight: CBC vs. Coleman Midwest vs. Pop Kola Owen's vs. Lions Cleveland Baltimore Boston .. Chicago . Washington Kansas City Minnesota .. Los Angeles W. 47 44 42 40 38 38 33 29 28 27 L. 26 27 33 34 35 30 41 42 45 47 Pet. G.B .G44 — 2 9 9 14 17 19 20 DIXIE V WARWICK PRODUCTION • CINEMASCOPE LATE SHOW SATURDAY "DING DONG DOLLIES" SUNDAY-MONDAY * 1 The happy,true, and wonderfully uplifting story of the beautiful girl who left her convent to give her love to a man-and her songs to the world... On Hwy. 29 - Vi Mile S. Hope Hi • TONITE & SATURDAY • Come as Late as 9 and See Both of These Thrillers AWUIM asm wooucrm- * couiwu PIBIK - ALSO "TEENAGERS FROM OUTER SPACE" BIG JULY 4th WEEK-END • • SUNDAY • • DAFFYDILLY SHOW! "CARRY ON NURSE" Washington, the Indians' 10th de eat in 12 games. Boston beat Vlinncsoto 9-5. In the National League, Cincin- lati retained a 2'/ 2 game lead al- hough the Reds lost their third n a row to the Chicago Cubs, r i-2. San Francisco took two at _'hiladelphia, 8-7 in 10 innings and 4-1, and moved past Los Angeles nto second place when the Dodgers lost 4-2 at Pittsburgh. Milwaukee and St. Louis were idle. The Orioles came from behind against Lew Krausse (1-2), the $125,000 right-hander who gave uP eight hits and five earned runs in 1-3 innings. A single by Jim Gentile and an error tied it 2-all in the fifth inning, and Baltimore then broke it up with a four-run sixth triggered by Russ Snyder's two-run triple. Frank Lary won his llth for the Tigers, out-dueling Cal Me Clish (4-7) in 93-degree heat a Detroit. A two-run triple by rookie Dick McAuliffe, off reliever Turk .own, broke a 2-2 tie when De roit scored three in the seventh. 3il!y Bruton,"who hit a'two-run lomer in the third, brought in the inal run with a sacrifice fly. r loyd Robinson homered for the, ox. Washington clipped Cleveland on home runs by Billy Klaus and Marty Keough bphing the six-hit itching of winner Johnny Gabler 3-2) and reliever Dave Sisler. Vynn Hawkins (5-7) was the loser or the Indians, who scored in the seventh inning on two errors. Frank Malzone hit a pair of home runs for the Red Sox, one a three run shot that clinched ii as they came from behind with six runs in the fifth inning off Bert Cueto (0-3), Arnie Early, re- an Francisco at Pittsburgh i SI. Louis nt Cnirngo G»m«» San Francisco at Pittsburgh Cincinnati at Milwaukee St. Louis at "'Chicago Los Angelas at Philadelphia 'N) Sunday Game* Los Angeles at Philadelphia St. Louis at Chicago San Francisco at Pittsburgh (2) Cincinnati at Milwaukee (2) Little Rock Takes Close Victory By DAVI'D SWIT The Associated Press Macon's surging Peaches stooc n the threshold of the Southern ssociation's first division today while Birmingham held the league Maj°r League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hitting — Willie Mays, Giants, cut G-for-f! and drove in seven ins in doublehcader sweep ovei hillies, winning opener 8-7 ii Oth inning with third home run o ame and adding.triple .and dou e in'4-1 nightcap decision. Pitching—Dick Hall, Orioles, al owed only two hits and one arned run in 6-2 victory ove A's, striking out eight and walk ng just one. cad all by Itself. of the Bears, took the joss al- Mai. which as won five of hough he allowed only .fi^ Ms s last six games, moved into 'CARRY ON SARGEANT MONDAY, JULY 3rd DUSK TO DAWN SHOW 4 Features - 4 Cartoons Burlesque Show JULY 4th SPECIAL FIREWORKS DISNEY'S POLLYANNA .020 .500 .341 .521 .514 .440 .408 .384 .305 Thur s day Resu'ts Detroit 5, Chicago 2 Boston 9, Minnesot a5 Washington 3, Cleveland 1 ( Baltimore 6, Kansas City 2 (N) Only games scheduled Fri°ay Games Detroit at Baltimore (N) Washington at New York (N) Cleveland at Boston (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Minnesota at Kansas City (N) Saturday Games Cleveland at Boston Washington at New York Detroit at Baltimore Minnesota at Kansas City Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Sunday Games Cleveland at. Boston Washington at New York Detroit at Baltimore Minnesota at Kansas City Chicago at Los Angeles Mi"°r L e ague By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Columbus 4, Toronto 3 Buffalo G, Richmond 3 Rochester 4, Jersey City 3 Syracuse 7, Charleston 0 Pacific Coast League Tacoma fi, Seatle 3 Vancouver 10, San Diego 4 Salt Lake City 7, Portland G Spokane 7, Hawaii 3 American AsSociatin Ornaha 2, Dallas-Fort Worth 0 Louisville 5, Denver 3 Indianapolis 4, Houston 1 ourth place tittle nock, which dgod Mohilo 1-0. f , Birmingham downed Shreveport 3-2 white Chattanooga, which been tied with the Barons or the lead, -was taking a 5-3 ickirtg from Atlanta. A double by shortstop Mel Geho n the last of the ninth drove in pinch-runner Chuck Daniel for Little Rock's victory over Mobile. It gave Icty George Stephano- vich the victory on a three-hitll-. 1 . Another southpaw, Charley Gorm , ifth place ahead of Nashville vith a 10-7 victory over the Vols Thursday r.ight. That put the Peaches only 1 M> games behind hough e aowe . nnd struck out eight. Stepanovich fanned five and didn't allow a nit until the sixth inning. Pittsburgh, f>- Home runs—Ccpeda and Mays, San Francisco, 20; Robinson, Cincinnati, 10. Slilcn bases—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; Aaron, Milwaukee, 11. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisionsi—Podrcs, Los Angeles 7-1, .875; Miller, San Francisco, G-l, .857. Strikeouts — Koufax, Los Angeles. 12.1; Williams. Los Angeles, Cash Issued for Titan Construction LITTLE ROCK (AP) - *<e Little Rock District of the Army Corps of Engineers Thursday issued the largest check in its history- $3,019,713- to pay for the first phase of construction of 18 Titan II missile sites in norm central Arkansas. The first stage, under construction by Midland Contractors, is 40 per cent com- National League W. L. PC*. G.B Cincinnati 44 28 .611 — San Francisco .41 30 .577 2% Los Angeles ... 42 31 .575 2Vi Pittsburgh .... 35 31 .530 6 Milwaukee 33 32 .508 7'/a St. Louis ...... 30 38 .441 12 Chicago 28 41 .406 14M- Philadelphia .. 22 44 .333 19 Thursday Results Chicago 15, Cincinnati 8 , San Francisco 8-4, Philadelphia 7-1 (twi-night, 1st game 10 innings) Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 2 (N) Only games scheduled Friday Games Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N) Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N) Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 150 or more it bats) — Cash, Detroit, .308; Jrandt, Baltimore, .359. Runs—Mantle, New York, 04: Colavito, Detroit, 61. Runs batted in—Gentile, Baltimore, 67; Cash, Detroit, GO. Hits — B. Robinson, Baltimore, 93; Cash, Detroit, 91. Doubles—Power, Cleveland, 20: Romano, Cleveland, 19. Triples—Wood, Detroit, 7; Landis, Chicago, 6. Home runs—Mat-is, New York, 27; Cash, Detroit and Mantle. New York, 24. ' Stolen ' bases—Aparicio, Chicago, 23; Howser, Kansas City, 20. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions) — Latman, Cleveland, G-0, 1.000; Terry, New York, 5-0. 1.000. Strikeouts — Ford, New York, 100; Pascual, Minnesota, 89. National League Batting (based.on 150 or more at bats)—Altman, Chicago, .352; loak, Pittsburgh, .346. Runs—Mays, San Francisco, 63: Robinson, Cincinnati, 54, Runs batted in—Ccpcda, San Francisco, 64;' Robinson, Cincinnati, 58. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 92; Mays, San Francisco, 89. Doubles—Pinson and Coleman, GOING ON NOW... OUR BIG SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE SALE BARGAINS ON EVERY TABLE OVERTURF'S Shoe Store« 2145. MAIN ST. HOPE, ARK. ANNUAL'2PRICE SALE called the day before from Seattle, was the winner in relief. ORANGE FLOWER SKIN FRESHENER 'for dry or normal skin. A fresh, I fragrant lotion that delicately J moisturizes, refines, tones ... renews that radiant look. 16_o&. reg. $3.50, now 81.75.^ " TEXTURE IOTION for normal or oily skin. Lavender-tinted lotion awakens "tired" complexions.,. gently stimulates ... removes excess oil ... leaves skin totally refreshed I 16 oz. reg. *3.50,j»w»l.7S. Cincinnati, 18; Zimmer, Chicago and Mays, San Francisco, 17. Triples—Stuart, Pittsburgh, 7; Altman, Chicago, Wills, Los Angeles, and Virdon and Clemente, DOROTHY [GRAY P. C DRUG COMPANY WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS Phone 7-4616 Hope, Ark. The Negro Community •athvr Hlokt 74C7I »r 7-4474 HOW COME A CAR THAT RIDES LIKE' THIS ONE DOESN'T COST MORE? Ms wliole DEFINITELY MAKES MORE OF YOU! I The ingenious use of padded Wizard Wires® eliminates all shoulder strap strain and provides youthful separation; lifts and molds you with complete security and comfort. 2 The continuous stitch Whirlpool® cups retain original shape through countless washings. 3 Adjustable, forked strap as? $fet$ in fine fit of cups, impeccable quality inside and out! White cotton broadcloth BrastyU13!3 White; A 32-36; B 32-33; C 32-40 Thought For Th* Day The end of life is to be like God, and the soul following God will be like him — Socrates. Calendar ef Evtnt$ The Youth Dept. of Rising Star Baptist will sponsor a program Sunday, July 2 at 7:30 p.m. "The Nation Under God," There will also be a Governor and Princess Contest. The public is invited. Rising Star Baptist Vacation Bible School will start Monday, July 3 from 9 a.m. to 12 each day and adult classes will be taught from 8 to 9 p.m. Everyone is invited. Rev. M. S, Riley, pastor. The City Park Eagles will play the Arkadelphia Red Sox Sunday July 2 at 2 p.m. Admission is 251 and 50 cents. Workers oC Southwest District I Sunday School, BTU and Usher Board Congress, of this section, are sponsoring a tea Sunday, I | July 2 at 3 p.m. in the ani^x of iGarrett Chapel Baptist Church,] ,the public is invited. The Women's Missionary Society! of BeBee CME Chujrch will continue the weiner roast, fish fry, ice cream sailing, Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Mattie Sanders, 702 North Laurel Call and we will deliver your order. The I public is invited. Rev. N. C. Trent Pastor. Mrs. R. Metcalf, presi-j dent. question yoaftt have left __ a r _.; the car more people are buying ... and that car is the Jet-smooth Chevrokt. Best way to settle any furtlter questions about Cttevy's ride is to settle behind tiie wlieel and try it. Full Coil suspension and over 700 other gentle persuaders throughout the body and chassis will go to work gives you Body by wide variety of models to wake you're looking for? Answer: Nobody. Prices? The man to cheek for tiie low one is your Chevrolet dealer. He's ready and waiting for you right now with all the right answers. „,,!,_ and such a get 3 ust -down soothing owd pamperiiig. aii wtn-MUftiatMNt £«* y» ftgertip temperature mini Tty it WJ Wi/i /v wwiv u-fcf wn> / vyvv wn«™«. ~- SIM DOTH dHEVY OlrZVyvyX-f-I \JM-1MJ W ^ Impale Sedan-en*.of See the new Chevrolet oi, ywr local authorized Chewolet dealer's One-Slop Sfeoppiwp Center YOUNG CHEVROLET COMPANY, fan. life 'l-MIl* 30I8.58CONOST. HOPE, ARK. PHONl 7-2355 L

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