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<"uyu A N S AS SHI HtKlTFARArPRODUCTS; FRUffslND VEGETABLES, POULTRY AND MEATS Standings WANT AD RATES All Wont Ads ore payob:« In advance but ad will be iccapted over the telephone and occsmodo- tion accounts allowed with the un- aorsfanding fho account is payable when statement Is rendered. Number On« Thr«« Six On* of Word! Day Doyj Doy« Mo. Up 1o 15 .65 1.30 2.25 6.50 16 to 20 ,85 1.80 2.75 8.00 2) to 25 1.00 220 3.20 9.50 26 to 30 1.10 2.40 3.60 11 00 31 to 35 1.30 2.70 4.10 12.50 30 to 40 1.50 3.20 5.00 .400 41 to 45 1.60 3.40 5.50 1550 46 to 50 1.80 3.70 6.00 17.00 Initials of one or more letters, Oroup of fioures os house or telephone numbers count os one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 Time .... 90c per Inch per day 3 Times .... 75c per inch per day * Times ... 65c per inch per day STANDING CARD ADS SI 5.00 per inch per month Rates quoted above are for corv- ecutive insertion?. Irregular or iklp date ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 pm for publication fh c following day. The publisher reserves the right to revise or edit all advertisements of fered for publication and to reject ony objectionable advertising submitted. J nc Hope Star will not be respon- tlble for errors jn Wont Ads unless errors are called to our attention ft, AM 1 5T in5 " ticn °f °d and then for ONLV the ONE incorrect Insertion PHONE; PROSPECT 7-3431 40 - Livestock Livestock Commission Co.. Hope Ark. The dollar Ice on testing cows is no longer a factor, so let's celebrate by making (his the biggest sale in the history of July. L. 10. Brown. Ficldinan. 7-(i-:Hc BROWN BUOTIIKKsTFvESTOck COMMISSION CO.. takes 111 opportunity to thank the peopl who have made our past fiv months a big success. We ar open six days a week to hel you every way passible in th livestock business. We urge yo to keep coming and sell you stock the auction way whcr buyers come and 'high price are paid. 7.(j.;)t 62 - Barber Service NEW AND MODERN, Perry's! Barber Shop nt Perry's Truck 1 Stop, Highway 67 East is now 1 open. .Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p m every day except Sunday. Del^ mer Pipkin, barber. 5-20 69-Truck Rentals The Negro Community •tthtr Hlofcc 7-Wt « r 7-W4 3j- lost & Found LOST: Teenage hoys' .classes. Gray rimmed, lost in vicinity of Youth Center or in (own. KPII- netli Ray Portorfield. Dial 7280!. V-G-Sle 'OH SALE: Registered Align, bull, five years old. May' i seen on weekends. Edward T llojjers, Blevins. Ark. 7-)i-:!i; 'OR SALE: Work horse. KOOC riding horse. TWin Oakes 2«U Bodcaw. Three miles north 01 Highway 53. 7-(i-llp 25 - Furniture & Appliances 5-Funeral Directors AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7.5773. B-4-tf Used And Repossessed Merchandise a new truck for moving furruture, etc. Local O r long distance. All furniture pads, dollies and loading equipment furnished. AVIS Rent-A-Truck at PERRY'S TRUCK STOP, Hwy. 67 East, Dial 7-9974. 3-2-tf! -Wonted To Buy NOTICE Top price's paid for persimmon aixl gum timber. Contact Saylors, 2 miles north of Hope on Highway 29. 3-g-tf • __ 82 - Male or Female HclpJWanted MEN-WOMEN ?20~daiiy71Si' luminous nameplales. Write to Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. 6-30-1 mop Thought For The Day: Let us watch well our "ings, and resiiHs wii; nfai Ihemselves — Clark. l)CL'in- the The City Park Tonys started e season righl, by beating the Magnolia Scouts 7 to fi last nig'ht. Arthur Green scored (he winnin" run in (he nth on a home run. Tho Ponys will try to play an out of town team every Wednes- Reds Extend Loop Lead to Three Games By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer The Cincinnati Rods regained n Major League L e aders ! h '' co game lcad in the Nationa By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ; cagllc with a :! '2 victory at San Amarican League I'raneisco Wednesday night as •Batting i based on 150 or more She '' man Joncs checked his ex al. bats i — Cnsh, Octroi!, ;«!)• ( ' S .°" Uvo hits for c> '8ht in Ho\vard, New York. 3f,r, ","^' S '" ' lis t ' ir ' Sl rna J° r loacuc Runs-Manile, New York, 72- J, r . , , Colavito, Detroit and Maris Now " S holpcd tho Rcf ' s w 'th York, G9. " l a !H '' orn P at Los Angeles against Huns batli'd in-CJen'ile Billi- i, "T"'' placc Doc 'gor.s a* All- * *•""*•' i .Sf 111* I 11't'f- Krm,.« rt • tt ...... Thursday, July 6, 1961 more, 7(i; Maris. York. -,:>. Hits — B. Robinson. Ballimorc and Kubek, New York, <)!!; Cash Detroit. 07. Doubles—Power, Cleveland, day night and will play"the 7)'ra"-,' Kuhok ' Now York ' 2L ons of Spring-hill, La. there mil , Tn P los —Wood, Detroit, !!; " ' ,„ "is. Chicago, r;. Monday Manager. Lan- James W.'rtson, Miss Farry Nash Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Nash of Home runs—Maris, New York, 32:^ Mantle, New York, 28. Stolen bases—Apai'icio, Chicago. 2(i; Howsor. Kansas City. 2li, Pitching (based on 7 or more 93 — Houses, Unfurnished OR RENT: Six room house lo- eated on Old 07 north, in front of Schooley' '-3577. Hope announce the en"a»emen(' *'"'""« ">ase(i on 7 or more their daughter Farry, t 0 (faywood i' Ict ' isiol1s) ~ '«'tman. Cleveland. Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs. U At- 7 "°' kins of Crosselt. The bricki elect is a graduate of Shorter College. North Litllo Hock mid a former student of Philander Smith College. Lime Roek Thc , groom is also a graduate of Shorter College. 1.001); Ford. New York ir>-9 .B82. Strikeouts — Ford, New York, 119; Pascual, Minnesota, 90. Bill White crashed three home runs. Milwaukee swept a twi-night pair from Philadelphia, winning .-,-4 m 12 innings, and 4-0. Pittsburgh- Chicago was rained out. 'n the American League, Detroit's load was shaved to a half- game over New York when thp Tigers split a day-night doubleheader a( Boston. Detroit won the first game 6-3. then lost fl-n. '" second place Yarkces The National League Baiting (based on tno or nwe The wedding will take plac wni i>/ norm, in Irontlti 7 ?vvlv " 1 ^ ""> nine place on -T's Store. Telephone 1"° , lawn of lhc Nash home on \ 7-Mtc ?""**' •'»'* ".a' -< P.m. The! 94 - Apartments, Furnished AMBULANCE SERVfCE. Oxygen Kelvinator Electric Range equipped. Two-\Vay Radio, Bur- Used only as ial Association. Herndou - Cor-' demonstrator 149 9 Funeral Home, Phone Brand New 1960 model ' * G'28-tf 1 ton 115V. Admiral nelius 7-!6Sfi. 21 -Used Cars FOR SALE: One 1955 CMC 370 with 34 ft. Neighbors stock trail- 5 Piece AIR CONDITIONER Only 1 left! 5 year warranty $174.50 er. Elmer Smith. 7-3787. 1 DINETTE $32.00 22- Buses FOR SALE: 36 passenger Chec- rolet bus. 2 heaters." 2 extra casings. 2 speed differential, well preserved. Hope 7-1-fitp, Ward BEDROOM SUITE, like new Gospel 599.50 24-Wearing Apparel FOR SALE: 5 piece dinette babv ^Bathinette. Dial 7-3632. 7-6-3 t 'c £& - Sewing Machines SINGER SEWING" _,^ w Sales and service, repairs ^Tn any make machine. Dial 7-6713. 11-30-tf Norge Wringer WASHER, double tubs and drain and GE iron, complete 599 50 -6-6tc 7-Pc. DINETTE and Buffet walnut finish $74.50 Used TV'S 31 - Pianos -Organs S50.00 and up BAKER'S EASY PAY STORE 214 E. 2nd Dial 7-2723 5-20-tf SPINET PIANO can be taken over by responsible party in this vicinity on modest monthlvl payments. We'll arrange convenient inspection. Write Home! Office, Joplin, Missouri. 49A - General Construction . ... i-u tiVdtHJHUt.1 l.v furnished four rooms bath, adults, no d East Third Street. and 801 couple will resitlt cards will be sent. Coming and Going in large rooms FOR RENT: Three and private bath upstairs. 203 High Street. Dial 7-317-1. _ 7-G-3tc Mrs. Ada Jones has returned to her home in St. l.ouis, Mo, alter having spent a week visil- 6-22-tfling her cousins, Mr. n nd Mrs -Houses for Sale FOR SALE: By owner, five room nomc, attic fan. garage, plenty of shade. Near grade school and crAi*n rrnn n « . Henry Madison of Fulton. Obituary Notice Mrs. Emma Ilightower, dent of Dewey St. Hope at the home of her at batsi — Allman, Chicago, .349- jClemento. Pittsburgh, .W. Huns—Mays. San Francisco. 71; Robinson. Cincinnati, 61. I i? vnl Runs hallccl '"-Copccla. San 1 ' m Francisco. 7.1; Robinson, Cincinnati, (II. | Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 102; Wills, Los Angeles and Mays, San Francisco. 07 Doubles — Coleman, Cincinnati, 22: Mays, San Francisco. 20. Triples — Clemcnte. Pittsburgh, 8: AKman, Chicago. Wills, Los Angeles and Stuart. Pittsbur'g Home runs—Copod!i. clubbed Cleveland 6-0. Baltimore defeated Washington 2-0. Kansas City beat (he Chicago White Sox »-.1 i" a game held (o six innings oy ram. and (he Los Angeles Angels rapped Minnesota G-2. Jones, 20, stepping in as a starler for (he Reds when Ken Hunt came up with arm trouble, gave up a fourth-inning run on n walk, a hit natsman and a wiU' Pilch, but held the Giants hitless lor 5 2-.'! innings. It was the fifth straight victory for the Reds, who broke a l-l tip in the sixth inning on Vada Pinson's home run. then counted the. clincher on Gordy Coleman* homer in the seventh. Both shots- were off southpaw Mike McCormick (7-9). For all his second as a game hero to Bob Gibson (G-5) OUR ANCESTORS byOuiiicy o PIED PIKER, EXTERMINATING: Co 'I still think uVd be better off if we just bought a lot of rat traps!" Home r n, Cid ^ H T' 7 ' hantlcr Bob Gil) ™» «W>. w in . ci co 02 M"^ 'sn r ln ~ laK8cd lhc loss o" J «'»"'y MK* ' a r , c : sl ; 2, y ' S;U1 Prancisc °- <«-2. with a two-run homer in the PC, died _. , , _ . second innin« nnri r.i,,,,,i,,,,i n,,. Stolen hasc-s— Pjnsnn, Cincinna- Mineola Washington in Minden (l ' Ki: Atll ' on . Milwaukee, 12 La. Tuesday. July 4. Funcr-il' pi '" 1 "'"" " ........ ' - services will be held in Minden Sunday, July 9 ;,t 12 noon. Cards Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) — Miller. San Fr; eisco. fi-t, .857; Pntlrcs, Los An- store 509 S. Spruce. Phone ma >' '*' sent to Luther ' White ' ficlf!s ' 8 ' 2 - - m ^ 2 ^ 3 - 7-5-Clp Cullendalo. La. ' Strikeouts _ K, FOR SALE: Six room house to be moved. Phone Blevins ''.384 R. E. Poteet. 7 .3. 3tp 'OR SALE: Fashion Homes. .Nothing down. El Dorado model at "V" South Main and 23rd Streets. Strout Realty. 7-3-1 mop 'OR SALE: New 2 bedroom house Low down payment, FHA loan available if you are qualified Fletcher Easterling. Dial 7-2993.' 7-(i-3tp Funeral service for William M Lacy, who died in ; , local hospital Sunday. July 2 , wi |, bc Md Sunday, July 9 al 2 p.m. at Mt Clear Baptist Church. Rt. 1 Hope I>ooley Hill Community. Burial in les, 135; Koufax, Los Ange- Williams. Los Angeles, Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ' - Bill White, Yankees Shave Detroit's Lead to Half Game by BO WILKS Associated Prtess Sports Writer The New York Yankees shaved Detroit's American League lead to a half-game by beating Cleveland G-0 behind the four-hit pitching of Roland Sheldon Wednesday while the Tigers split a day- night doublehcader at Boston. Tho Tigers took (he opener 6-2 as Jim Bunning won his third in a row, but lost the nightcap 8-3. Baltimore closed within a half jgnme of Cleveland by beating (Washington 2-0 on the four-hit Pitching of Dick Hall, the Los Angeles Angels beat Minnesota 6-2 and Kansas City spilled the Chicago White Sox 8-3 in a e-ure •" —- -""• .""SII.-3 till III I, . MU.V (J D JJJ it {,<»[!<. the first three innings. White belt- , . allcr slx '""ings bccauso ed Poclrcs, Roger Craig and Jim'" Golden for his homers, good for Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSf Rome, Italy — Dave Charntey, 134, England, stopped Rmmondo Mobile, 133'Xi, Italy, 5. (Cluirnley retained European lightweight ti tic). SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK — FIRti '•"""INSURANCE — Also Life Insurance — SAM McHENRY, Agent Phone 7-3461 or 7-2879 lljr second inning and cheeked (hi? Dodgers on four singles—; four runs. The Braves, after losing four m a row, won the opener on a ivoik and a double by reserve infiekler Felix Mantilla against losing reliever Frank Sullivan <3-9>. Don McMahon (4-0) was the winner relief of Warren Spahn. McClendon, Fenwick Win 7-(i-3tp f* |£ *T" 03 - HouseTroilers U ° lf • OUmey SHELL HOMES $1795 - $3495 or 7-6-4tc' 35A-Hay FOR SALE 7 Black land irrass and mixed hay. Dial YU Jcon 32425, Washington. 7-G-6tp 46 - Servi^Offered FOR PASfuRE~cfippIng call La7- . ry Moore. 7-3853. Good tractor new bush hog and want to work. 5-25-tf f ur FINISHED HOMES $ 10 Down Please Let Us Furnish You With Estimates HOPE Builders Supply 34A-Locker Rentals Rent a FROZEN FOOD LOCKER • Low Rates • Convenient Location Hope Locker Plant 417 S. MainSt Dial 7-4281 6-6-lmoc Dial 7-2381 6-22-tf 34 - OR SALE: E trailer, air conditioned, central heat, two bedrooms, full bath, completely furnished. Dial 7-4242.. 6 . 14 . t{ FOR SALE: House trailer, 8x36 foot, modern, reasonable price, may be purchased with or without lot parked on, 50x150. Also three other lots of this size for sale. 1020 Avenue A. Phone 74013. 7-3-31C Processing • — RALPH Montgomery Market, „„<,. torn slaughtering. Meat for your deep freeze. We buy cattle and j° gs ' _ __ ; USTOM Slaughtering, Beef Ui Pork cut and wrapped for your deep freeze. Contact Barry's grocery, 7-4404. 7 . 2 9.tf WE ARE dressing poultry, proc- cus- 11-tf or JOIN OUR TEAM! UNITED FARM AGENCY has an opening for you, especially if you're a "go-getter", enioy working hard, and are interested in being on your own. If you've had sales experience or think you would enjoy selling, UNITED is looking for someone to take over the Glenwood and DeQiieen territories. Husband-and-wife teams are welcomed. UNITED specializes in the sale „. - -—- Jnd Jack IV Uendon fired a low ball 63, five under par, lo take first pku-e honors in tj 10 championship flight of the Hope Country Club 4 ball meet played July 4 Aubrey Albritton' and, Russell Carver shot 69s to win the first "'Shi by two strokes. Boyette Powell and Red Arnold look the second flight with a best ball of Byroii^ Hefner and J. c. Alchley homers and added a double five at-bats in !)-( victory Dodgers. straight victory in tho m | second game, blanking the Phils over j on five singles. He also doubled Pitching _ Dick Hall, Orioles, blanked Senators on four hits, struck out nine and walked none lor 2-0 victory. pork, for .. one. Call MOORE BROS. 7-4431. USED CARS of real estate and country property through exclusive local representatives from Coast to Coast. Your enthusiasm, hard work and cooperation, combined with UNITED's planned national newspaper advertising program, world - famous free catalog (largest in the nation) circulated throughout the 50 states and foreign nations, the fine direct mail folders furnished you. and the prospective buyer leads' sent you daily, can assure you success ^, m °n-^ th Kinard y ° un B ^ the Filt'n flight with a 76. Mitchell LaGrone won the Med- alist prize in qualifying with an even par 68. Jim Smith and David A \ ' r-, A 1 11 ,<. 1 „ ,. I 1 . . League Rosu'ts By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Salt Lake City 8, Hawaii 2 Vancouver 3, Seal Ho 2 Tacoma 7. San Diego G Portland 3, Spokane 0 Internationa' League Toronto 0, Buffalo 2 Syracuse 4, Rochester 2 Jersey City 2, Richmond 2 9 innings, rain Charleston at Columbus, postponed. American Association Louisvilln 9, Omaha 8 13 innings home the only run he needed the second inning off Ken Lel;- in man (i-i). Denver Houston 4 Worth c. Waddle locked up in a long play-,Birmingham Southern Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W. L. Pel. G.B off ^ and putt contest with Smith nmg. Chattanooga Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Herc is a i-shing forecast from the Arkansas Game nnd Fish Commission: Lake MaumellR' Water clear Bass fair to .good, spot casting early and late. Crappie good, fishing deep on live bait. Bream good on crickets a IK! red worms. Lake Norfork: Catfish fai- on trot and willow limb lines. Bass fair on artificial bait and fish. Lake Bull Shoals: Bass fair on plastic worms and jibs, Lake Comvay.- Water clear and normal. Bass fair to good on minnows and artificial bait. Crappie lair on minnows. Bream good on worms. ^ 4f1 Lake Ouachita: Water concli- of rain. ,-tn the National League, Cincinnati regained a three-game lead by winning ;i-2 at San Francisco while St. Louis clubbed the second place Los Angeles Dod gers 9-1. Milwaukee swept a twilight pair from Philadelphia 5-4 in 12 innings, and 4-0. Pittsburgh- Chicago was rained out. Right-handed Bill Monbouquettc- <8-<i> and reliever Mike Forniele.s checked Ihe Tigers on five hits in lhc nightcap. Dick McAuliffn and Rocky Colavito, who drow in five runs in the opener, hom- ered for Detroit before Fornieles nailed it with 31,1 innings of per- lect relief. The Red Sox collected 12 hits including homers by .Jim Paglia- roni and Gary Geiger. Sunning gave up seven hits and struck out six while beating Billy Muffetl, (8-G). Sheldon (5-2) won his fifth in a row for the Yankees with his first major league shutout. He started at his own request in self HAROLD HENDRIX PULPWOOD DEALER Buyers of Pine and Hardwood. Hop« Yard Prescott Yard )«h & La. N. on Hwy. 47 7-432J 88-72310 SPRAYERS Row Crop and Pasture Sprayers Now Is the Time to Buy — AT — PORTER Implement & Garage 3rd St. Phone 7-2767 Ask for a Demonstration cray- lions good. Black bass good on .54 30 .fiOO artificial bail. Crappie fa-'r 54 37 .593 >i B ''°nm good on crickets and Little Rock Prank Carver socked a driver Shr , o 28o yards to outdistance Russell Nashville Carver hi, father, by 10 yards iMaeon to win the driving contest. I Mobile 47 41 .534 G •••• 45 48 .484 10!* 41 49 .45fi 13 13! 2 14 Trainin given. and supervision are '960 FORD Fairlone 2-door 6 cylinder, radio, heater $1495 I960 FALCON 2-door clean, low mileage $1495 1957 FORD Country Sedan 8 cylinder fordomatic, radio, heater air conditioned $] 195 1956 FORD Foirlcne 4-door radio, heater '... ' ° m ° >C '^ 95 HOPE AUTO CO 220 W. Second Dial 7-2371 Yes, business IS good There is an increasing demand for land Get the complete UNITED story without delay: Write to: UNITED FARM AGENCY Lackey Moody, District Sales .Manager Box 546 Batesville, Arkansas June 29, July 6-p _36A - Food HOME GROWN TOMATOES Plent Travelers Capture First Game By ROSS M. 'HAGEN As?ocia'ed Pr e s 5 Sports Writer Big John Bozer has finally been scored on, but the 21-year- old Chattanooga right - hander needn't feel sorry for himself. His sparkling, KM record is one of the reasons the Lookouts are only a half game out of first Place in the Southern Association race. Bozer came through with another fine performance Wednes-1 Chlt ' a e° •• day night, surrendering only a (Washington •single tally and eight hits' as Minn( - >s °ta •• Chattanooga whipped Shreveport' } f s Angeles Kansas City ••• 41 SO .451 38 48 .442 38 4!) .437 Today's Games Birmingham at Macon Atlanta at Mobile Shreveport at Chattanooga Nashville at Little Rock Wednesday's Resu'ts "•, Mobile 6 Atlanta 5 02 innings) Birmingham 4-13, Macon 2-5 Little Rock 4-11, Nashville 2-'2 Chattanoga 1, Shroveporl J worms. Lake Hamilton: anger after giving up a steal of home while working one inning of relief against Detroit Tuesday ogi Bei-ra's twi-oul sinle When to Fish or Hunt Solunar Tables By John Alden Knight oul single gave Water clear and normal. Black bass good on artificial and live baits. Crappie good on minnows and jigs. Bream on crickets and Detroit ... New York- Cleveland Baltimore Boston ... 3 Ibs. 50c y Good Elberra (Burbonks) PEACHES — f ° r deep freeze or Thursday's Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L- Pet. G.B 51 29 .633 49 2!i .636 « 30 .55G 6'i. 44 30 .550 7 30 41 .448 12 39 42 .481 1214 35 45 .438 1G 33 47 .413 18 33 48 .407 ifli 31 47 .307 la Wednesday's Results Detroit fi-3. Boston 2-8 Kansas Cily 8, Chicago 3 <G in- "iiijjs. rain) Baltimore :>, Washington 0 fair to good worms. MELONS and Other Vegetables REVIS PEACH SHED Past Ovepo, •1-1. Birmingham maintained (he lead with a double victory over •Jerry Snyder's hapless Macon Peaches, 4-2 and 13-5. Mobile Mopl»d Atlanta G-5 in 12 innings and Little Rock snatched a pair from Nashville. The Travelers won the first game 4-2. completing a contest suspended May 14 and took the regular contest" 11-2 Los Angeles G, Minnesota " New York fi, Cleveland 0 Toa a V's Games Detroit al Boston Los Angeles at Minnesota Chicago at Kansas City Cleveland nt New York, N Baltimore at Washington N F r ida y ' s Schedule Kansas City at Baltimore, 2 Boston at New York, N Chicago at Cleveland, N Minnesota at Washington, N Los Angeles at Detroit, N National League W- L. Pet- G.B. Cincinnati .... Los Angeles .. San Francisco Pittsburgh Milwaukee .. St. Louis 50 2!) .G33 _ 47 32 59C 3 43 35 .5:31 38 34 .528 8! 3B 37 .483 11 33 41 .446 UVi rii - . " "*"ti»t; KCIVV Sheldon the edge with a first-inning r u n off loser Gary Bell (5-9) Hoger Maris closed the scoring with a solo seventh-inning home i'un, his 32nd ond stayed 17 games ahead of Babe Ruth's record GO pace of 1027. Hall (s-3) a right-hander, shut out the Senators for the second mo as (he Orioles put away their 12th victory in 15 games Marv Breeding scored both Baltimore runs' against Bennie Daniels (4-5). The A's tagged Chicago with a Wth straight loss, dropping the Sox back to sixth place, on' four- run bursts in the first and second innings. Juan Pizarro H-') lost his second in a row, while ex-White Sox right-hander Bob bhaw was the winner. Steve Bilko drove in the Angels' first three runs with a pair cf doubles. Ken Hunt also drove in three runs, with a ninth-inninu homer. Jim Donohue (3-2) was the winner in relief. Jim Kaat <3-U) lost it. The schedule of Solunar period?" " printed below, has been taken - -^ • » »-»-«j u^wu fcClttJJU from John Alden Knight's Solunrn Tables. Plan your days so tha you will be fisning fa good territory or hunting in good cover during these times, if you wish to Ttod the best sport that encn daj has to offer. The Major periods arc shown fa »ld face type. These begin at tot *ime shown and last for an hou$-' •nd a half or two hours there after. The minor Periods, shown to regular type, are of somewtal snorter duration. Minor Major Minor Ma|M Thurs. . . - 6:10 Fri. Sat. Sun. . 12:45 7:00 . j : ;!5 7.50 . 2:25 8:45 12:215 4:35 1:15 7:25 2:05 8:15 3:00 9:10 Hope Star GM. "liicago 31 43 .410 IBM- Philadelphia ... 23 50 .315 24 Wednesday's ReSu'ts Milwaukee 5-4, Philadelphia 4-0 st game 12 innings •St. Louis 9. Los Angeles 1 Cincinnati 3, San Francisco 2 Pittsburgh at Chicago, lain Today's Games Pittsburgh at Chicago, 2 Philadelphia at Milwaukee Cincinnati ;.t San Francisco St. Louis at Los Angeles. N Friday's Schedu'e Philadelphia at Chicago Cincinnati at Los Angeles «, Francisco, N Grain Elevator Gutted by Fire DE WITT, Ark. (AP)- A predawn fire today destroyed the elevator and dryer of Pioneer C>an and Seed Inc., three milt* south of here. * An estimated 190,000 bushels of stored oats, beans, rice and wheat burned or was damaged by smoke and water. There was no immediate overall damage estimate, but value of the ruined commodities was estimated at more thuu $200000 ' at The Star Building fc!!!« 0 r.i H . 8 !J e . 1899; Prcss Consolidated January 18, 1929 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas puHj« 0alhb u n ' Hit ° r u n« • o . es< Managing Editor Donal Por|[cr Advortising M A ' ClaS5!figd Mle EB p"ost d 0»,ic S c C °o"' 1 H'°" m - 0 " fir "" under tha Act of °March P 3', Member ot tho Audit ~ Circulations Cause known. of th« fire- was not It was discovered by Leonard Hays, a tenant. Haya 10 ilied foreman Dim Mayer who called the Da Witt Fire Department. Fireman saved an adjoining varehouse, a ))ew office building a fertilizer sloj-ag-j building, a granary and two railroad tank cars of liquid fertilize'-. The company is owned by T"d Muller. his son. Thane Muller and Finis O'Danicl. Subscription Rates (payo advance) & C w£k r .'" H ° Pe Qnd " On« month"".'.' '*' year ........... . . By mail in Hempslead * ,'J? 1 '•« Nevada LaFayotte, Howard ond Miller "Coun- One month ..." , Three months * ,'?• Six months .. . ' '-° 3 One year ...... ?•*} All other moil _ 6 - 5C Three months 3 9( 7.9\. -" - 1S.6« Six months One year »ldg., Dallas 2, Tc.xa" 3 42nH 'I? ^, VC " Chica 9° ', III.;' £21 Sf ". N ? w York IV, N. Y • r . -—y, ( «-/(_• i rurr rerrnmol Bldo., Oklahomo 2, Mich •wwipqpBr, os wel , ' ,, •Jispotchcs.

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