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» t. «* I SELl FRESH FARM PRODUCTS; FRUJfTAMD VEGETABIES, POULTRY AND MEATS WANT AD RATES od^C rv« Q ^.'3 over the telephone and occomodo- tlon occounfs allowed with fhs UP- dersfandlng the account Is payabfc ;When statement It rendered. Number Ont Thr§» Six Orw of Wordi Day Day! boy» Mb. Mp to 13 .65 ).50 2.25 6.SO f6 to 20 .85 1.80 2.75 8.00 21 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 36 to 40 1.50 3.20 5.00 .4.00 4\ to 45 1.60 3.40 5.50 15.50 46 to SO 1.80 3.70 6.00 17.00 Initials of one or more letters, Croup of figures as house or telephone numbers count as one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I Time .... 90c per Inch per day 3 Times .... 75c per Inch per day * Times .... 65c per inch per day STANDING CARD ADS $15.00 per Inch per month Rates quoted above ore for coo- ecutive insertions. Irregular or iklp «tofe ads will fake the one-day rote. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p.m. for publication the following day. The publisher reserves the right to revise or edit all advertisements of _fered for publication ond to refect "ony objectionable advertisino submitted. The Hope Star will not be respon- tlble for errors in Wont Ads unless trrors are called to our attention otter FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the-ONE Incorrect Insertion, PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 3^-Usf &jound LOST: Teenage hoys' glasses. Gray rimmed, lost in vicinity of Youth Center or in town. Kenneth Ray Porfcrfiokl, Dial 72801. T.R-afr- 35 A-Hay FOR SALE: Black land Johns on Grass and mixed hay. Dial YIJ- • kon 3242:5. Washington. 7-6-'ftp 46 - Services Offereid FOR PASTURE clipping call ry Moore, 7-3853. Good tract/or new bush hog and want to worl 5-2540-^Livestock SPECIAL SALE. Brown Biw Livestock Commission Co.. !J 0 p Ark. The dollar fee on tesf cows is no longer a factor;, let's celebrate by making (hi the biggest sale in the hit! ton of July. L. E. Brown, Ficldknaii 7ic-;»u 5 - Funerol Directors AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burial Association, OAKCREST FU NERAL HOME, Dial 7-677J. BKOWN BROTHERS LIVESTOCK. COMMISSION CO.. takes,' this opportunity to thank the pcopL who have made our past five months a big success. V\/e art open six clays a week to help you every way possible in the livestock business. We urge you to keep coming and se'O your stock the auction way ' svhero buyers come and high prices are paid. 7-uXHc FOR SALE: Registered Angus bull, five years old. ,ftay be seen on weekends. Edward T> Rogers, Blevins, Ark. . 7-Mtp M-tf AMBULANCE SERVICE. Oxyge equipped, Two-Way Radio. Bur ial Association, Hemdon - Cor nelius Funeral Home, Phone 7-4G8C. G-28-t 27 - Used Cars FOR SALE: One 1955 CMC 37(3 with 34 ft. Neighbors stock trail er. Elmer Smith, 7-3787. 7-1-Gtp FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet pickup truck. General condition is good. As is $295. Call 887-2103. Prescott. 6-7-6tp 22- Buses FOR SALE: 36 passenger Chec- roiet bus. 2 heaters, 2 extra casings, 2 speed differential, well preserved. Hope Gospel Tabernacle, Hope, Ark. 7-6-6tc 24-Weoring Apparel 25 - Furniture & Appliances 62 ~ Barber Service SEW AND MODERN, Perry's Barber Shop at Perry's Truck Slop, Highway 67 East is now open. Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p m every day except Sunday. Deli _mer Pipkin, barber. 5-2G-U 69-Truck Rentah RENT a n«T truck Io7 moving furniture, etc. Local or 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-U - Wanted To Buy Standings local Baseball Braves 14, Red Sox 8 Hop Kola 13, Lions 3 CBC IS, Owens 6 Midwest IB, Colcman 0 NOTICE Top prices paid for persimmon and gum timber. Contact Saylors, 2 miles north of Hope on Highway 29. 75 - Instruction WANTED 6 YOUNG MEN FROM THIS AREA Ages 17'.;- to 29 to train fop railroad communications positions. Salary to $450 month Plus promotional opportunities t ree hospitalization, transportation, retirement benefits. inis is career opportunity for sincere ambitious, physically fit,. young men. Short resident training; with small tuition. I- or information write Railroad Communications Tra By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League ••-.... •-.. ..W.. L..Pet..G.B. Cincinnati .... 53 2!) .64G — _.os Angeles .. 43 34 .SB,-, 5 San Francisco 43 37 .538 ft Pittsburgh .... <(0 35 .533 Milwaukee ..., :)? 355 St. Louis 34 <)2 Chicago Philadelphia RedlegsPad National Loop Lead fo Five By ED WILKS Associated Pros s Sports Writer The Cincinnati Reds pushed their winning streak to eight and Jaddod their National League lend to five games Friday night .,«o y, )y ? WM P'ig a tsvi-night double- .493 lai'i . }ndc ' r Wllh the second-place Los .147 I,;'" l"*: 1 " 1 ^ 8 »-7 a"" <•!. 33 44, .429 17U, 23 52 .307 2Gii ain- ing; care of this newspaper ' ?-7-3tc FOR SALE: 5 piece dinette, baby Bathinette. Dial 7-3632. 7-6-3tc 29 - Sewing Machines SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and service, repairs oz any make machine. Dial 7-671J ^1-30-tt 31 - Pianos - Organs SPINET PIANO can be taken over by responsible party in this vicinity on modest monthly payments. We'll arrange con venient inspection. Write Home Office, Joplin, .Missouri. 7-6-ltc 34 - Slaughtering Processing RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering. Meat for your deep freeze. We buy cattle and hogs. 11-tf CUSTOM Slaughtering, Beef or pork cut and wrapped for your deep freeze. Contact Barry's Grocery, 7-4404. 7.2g.tj WE ARE dressing poultry, processing beef and pork, for everyone. Call MOORE BROS. 7-4431. 8-19-tf Used And Repossessed Merchandise Kelvinoror Electric Range Used only as demonstrator 149.95 Brand New 1960 medel 1 ton 115V. Admiral AIR CONDITIONER Only 1 left! 5 year warranty $174.50 5 Piece DINETTE $32.00 Ward BEDROOM SUITE, like new $99.50 Jorge Wringer WASHER, double tubs and drain, and GE iron, complete $99 50 7-Pc. DINETTE and Buffet- walnut finish $74 50 Used TV'S $50.00 and up BAKER'S EASY PAY STORE 214 E. 2nd Dial 7-2723 5-20-tf 49A - General Construction 82 - Male or Female Help Wanted Friday's ReSu|f s Cincinnati 11-4, Los Angeles 7-1 •St. Louis 3, San Francisco 2 Pittsburgh i), Milwaukee 5 Chicago 9, Philadelphia 3 TodaX's Games Pittsburgh fit Milwaukee Philadelphia at Chicago St. Louis at San Francisco Cincinati at Los Angeles <N) Sunday's Schedule Philadelphia at Chicago (2) St. Louis at San Francisco (2) Pittsburgh at Milwaukee Cincinnati at Los Angeles They did it before a record NL night-game crowd of 08,742 at the Los Angeles Coliseum. That shot Cincinnati 9 games ahead of the third place San Francisco Giants, who lost 3-2 to St. Louis. The Pittsburgh Pirates beat Milwaukee 0-5 and Chicago Cubs whipped Philadelphia 9-3. In the American League, th New York Yankees climbed bac on (op by walloping Boston 14- while the Los Angeles Angel dropped Detroit to second by fuilf-gamc with a 4-2 victory ove MEN-WOMEN $20~dalbTseT luminous nameplates. Write to Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. ^ 6-30-1 mop 94 - Apartments, Furnished FOR RENT: Air nice- 1 * . , • M * * «v 111_ u 1 1 i t, C- hVh rl "f n f ° Ur r °° ms ™d bath adults, no drinking, 801 East Third Street. 6-22-tf , — •"* o 1 - i v and private hath upstairs High Street. Dial 7-3174. rooms 203 7-C-3tc Vow York . Detroit Baltimore .. Cleveland .. Chicago Boston Washington Los Angeles Minesota ... Kansas City American League W. L. Pet. G.B. 51 28 .G4G — 52 30 .0.14 ', 4G 37 .554 7 4G 37 .554 7 40 43 .482 13 39 43 .470 131* 37 45 .451 isij 35 48 .422 13 33 49 .402 19'/ 31 50 .383 21 " .i ., -••"-•tv/ij'uv the hgors. Baltimore beat Ra- sas City twice. 0-2 and 5-10 an the- Cleveland Indians rapped the Chicago White Sox 9-0. Washing ton defeated Minnesota 3-0. The Reds came from behind the opener, going ahead 4-3 or two-run homer by Gene Frecse ,. "'" third inning off Dodger ace in on a in Friday's Results Baltimore fi-s, Kansas City 2-0 New York 14, Boston 3 Cleveland o, Chicago 0 Soufhdrn Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 3it'mingham Chattanog.m Ulanla W. L. Pet. G.B. 43 3« .587 54 38 .587 49 41 .5-11 4 45 48 .484 91/3 43 49 .467 11 " 39 48 .448 12'4 41 51 .44G 13 or FOR RENT: Small apartment u , bedroom with kitchen privileges _Phone 7-4198 or 7-3207. 6-7-310 1 01 -Houses for Sale room FOR SALE: By owner, five IW1H home, attic fan, garage, plenty of shade. Near grade school and *'"" S. Spruce. Phone Rock Shreveport Uacon Nashville Iol)i 'o -..'.... 38 50 .432 14 TodaV's Games Atlanta at Birmingham Chattanooga at Little Rock Macon at Mobile (2) Shreveport, at Nashville Sandy Koufax <n,5) and then piling up four unearned runs in the fourth after a two-out error by Frank Howard. Rookie Ken Hunt (9-41 gave up [, lree nms ,„ tho first inning But beat the Dodgers n ^cond time, with relief help Free-so also homered in the "iRhlcnp. after the Rods had railed Stan Williams (8-8) for two nms in the fourth. Bob Purkey won this one for an ii- 4 record. Hie Cards won their first under new manager Johnny Keanc corning from behind with two —— •"«•••*•• Yankees Are on Top Thanks to 'Angels' By ED WILLS Associated Press Sports Write? It's one heckuva parlay, hut th Vow York Yankees arc back o op in the American League rac jccause the Los Angeles Angel lave cast off their castoff lahe vith a seven-game winning streal —and what might have been ccord homo run splurge. Those fallen Angels, on the rise nt of the deepest cellar the AL ver has had, dropped the Tiger? more ways than one Friday nigh knocking them off 4-2 on Steve Bilko's tic-breaking homo run in the eighth inning and spilling DC troit to second place. Bilko's shot, off Terry Pox, the Tigers' previously unbeaten relief ace, antl a ninth-inning home run by Earl Avcrill gave the Angels 27 homers in 15 consecutive games. That had been the record AL total from ifl-li until last mouth-when the Yankees bettered their 20-year-old mark by crashing 29 in is games. The Yankees did some belting of their own Friday night, clobbering the Boston Reel Sox 14-3 on Ifj hits for their third straight success. Baltimore took (wo from Kan- 1 sas City, G-2 and 5-0, and gained a tin for third place with the Cleveland Indians, who wallopc he Chicago White Sox 9-0. Wash ngton defeated Minnesota 3-0. In the National League, Cincin nati's lead bulged to five game? OUR ANCESTORS Furthermore, m'tud, defendant had a most unhappy childhood—a maladjusted personality who became a pirate merely to dramatize his resentment against society!" vhen the Reds swept a twi-niqh lotiblcheader from the seconc place Los Angeles Dodgers 11-7 md 4-1. St. Louis beat San Fran isco 3-2, Pittsburgh moved with- n a half game of third place with 6-5 victory at Milwaukee and ic Chicago Cubs thumped Phila- elphia 9-3. Right-hander Ken McBride 8-5) won his third in a row with seven-hit job on the Tigers. Elston Howard drove in four ms, three with his third home store. 509 7-2223. XT,,- E: Fash '°n Homes, -^othing down. El Dorado model at '\ ' South Main and 23rd Streets. Strout Realty. '-3-lmop bedroom house Low down payment, FHA loan available if you are qualified. Fletcher Easterling. Dial 7-2993. 7-6-3[p Atlanta 7. Birmingham Shreveport 13, Nashville 4 Chattanooga at Little Rock Postponed, rain Shreveport at Nashville postponed, runs in the ninth. Relief ace Stu Miller (G-2) was the loser while Lindy McDanic-1 (4-3) won it in relief. Pittsburgh also came from behind in the ninth, on a two-run oiror by Felix Mantilla that beat Barren Spnhn is-n) in relief Rookie Al McBean won his first after Hank Aaron belted in all of ho braves' runs with a pair ofi homers off starter Harvey Had- SHELL HOMES $1795 — $3495 FINISHED HOMES $10 Down Please Let Us Furnish You With Estimates HOPE Builders Supply FOR SALE: 38 rnodel 36 FThouse trailer, air conditioned, central heat, two bedrooms, full bath furnished. Dial completely 7-4242. Dial 7-238 6-22-tf ~ ' _- - , The Negro Community •«th«r Hleka 7-*f7i » r 74474 Mi«or League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Tacoma G-5, San Diego 2-"> Seattle 4-2, Vancouver 1-4 Salt Lake City. 7, Hawaii 5 Portland 9, Spokane 0 International League Syracuse 8, Buffalo 7 _ jo Jn . nings Toronto 14, Rochester 3 Jersey City 1, Columbus 0 Richmond 1, Charleston 0 BLUE CHAP for driveways, to soil, fill sand, dozier for yar leveling. Lavender Constructs Co., Dial 7-3756. 6-7-61 Is the Car Up to Par? Find Out Before You Have Road Trouble! -•—•—___ A thorough safety-check-up ond expert, complete tune- up can save you a great deal of time and worry. (It can save you money, too! Most auto failures can be prevented this way. Right now is a good time to b ring your HOPE AUTO CO 220 W. Thought For Ths Day: The most important thought I ver had was that of my individual Vesponsibility to God — Webster. r,^l rr American Association 6-14-tf Houston 5, Omaha 2 - 12 Jn- nings Indianapolis 5, Louisville 3 Dallas-Fort Worth 5, Denver 3 Washington 3, Minnesota 0 " Los Angeles 4, Detroit 2 Today's Games Minnesota at Washington Boston at New York Chicago at Cleveland Los Angeles at Detroit Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Sunday's Schedule Boston at New York (2) — . Thomas, pastor. Chicago at Cleveland (2) Los Angeles at Detroit (2) Kansas City at Baltimore Minnesota at Washington Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on iso or more , n\~ Howard - New York, .36.3; Cash, Detroit, .350 Runs - Mantle, New York 73' Coiavito, Detroit and Maris, New i one, 69. Runs baited in - Gentile, Baltimore, 80; Maris, New York, 78. nn f |'^r, R Robinson . Baltimore Kubek, New York, 100; Cash i-ni* nr\ ' run in two games, and Bobby Richardson' and Roger Marls each knocked in three runs for the Yanks. Bud Daley (7-101. the former Kansas City southpaw, was the winner. He gave up eight hits—one a seventh-inning homor by Jim Pagliaroni for the first, nm off Yankee pitchers in 25 innings. Gene Conley (3-7) was the loser. Jim Gentile, the Orioles' ailing First baseman, broke up a 2-2 tic in (ho opener with a pinch-hit grand slam home run in the sixth inning off Ed Rakow (1-4). It was Local Archer Does Well at Nat'l Meet Glen Winchester, a member of he Dyke Springs Archery Club, ,™" 1 ' " 0pcU rranpw! hie i/..,™i,v,n tn *h™> :„ Bilges trom rranged his vacation to Shoot in the National Field Archery Tournament at Crystal Spring on Lake Ouachita the past week and took all awards in his classification. Glen won first place in the Detroit, 99. Triples Wood, Detroit, s ; Landis, Chicago, G. Home runs - Maris, New York, 32; Mantle, New York, 28 Stolen bases - Aparicio,' Chicago, 26; Howsen, Kansas City 23 •Pitching"-, (based 'oh- 7 or more' decisions) _ Latman, Cleveland «-0, 1.000; Ford. New York S,' .882. Strikeouts - Ford, New York Ufl; Pascual, Minnesota, 99. * . _ -"•*i'TTdci nis fourth slam of the season, tying the AL record held by Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Rudy York, Tommy Henrich, Al Rosen and Ray Boone. Chuck Estrada (7-5) was (he winner. Skinny Brown (7-3) then shut, out the A's on four his in the second game. Doubles by Jerry Adair and Brooks Robinson trig gored a two-run third inning tha beat Jim Archer (G-4). The Indians scored their firs run in 24 innings on a pair o singles and a sacrifice fly in the first inning against Ray Herber <fi-8). Barry Latma won hi; eighth without defeat. Rokie Joe McClain (7-7) gave the Senators' staff its second straight shutout. Pedro Ramos (5-10) was the loser. Field Round, the Animal Round, Hunters round and total overall score, finishing 200 points ahead of his nearest competitor. He was competing in the 100 class in the amatuer division. Winchester has been a member of the club for only a year, but f n preparation for the big event,, ic has been shooting around COO wows daily for the past two months, thus "practice makes perfect." Winchester's accomplishment is wth a credit to the local club as veil as the state, since only one t'hcr Arkansas archer finished i top place, in another classifies- ion. This tournament drew over 1,000 contestants and many thous- Arkansan Paces * O. Paul Field ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP)— Buster Cupit, a little-known player from Fort Smith, Ark., paced the field into today's third round of the $30,000 St. Paul Open Golf tournament, hopeful of warding off chal- his tightly bunched competitors. Cupit shot f.7 to hit 133, IR^in- cler par, at the end of 3(5 holes Friday. He was only a stroke up on Johnny Pott of Shreveport, La., while hot-putting Dave Hill of Denver was at 135. Pott, the hottest player on (ho tour at present after pocketing $5,600 in the past two weeks, began to gain favor as competition' moved into the third round Jack Fleck, former Naty-na' Open champion at 136, also is*"regarded as a strong contender. Gene Littler, current National Open titlist, is five strokes off the pace. Defending champion Don Fail-field is eight shots back at 141. ands of spectators and included every state in the nation. or more Calendar of Events The Third Quarterly Conference will be held at the Bethel AME Church Sunday, July 9, Rev A L. Harris of Hot Springs, presiding Elder of the Prescott District of the West Arkansas Conference, 12th Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, will preach at 11 a.m. The business session of the conference will be held Sunday night at 8 p.m. All class leaders, officers and Dept. heads are asked to take note of this change and •please be present with literary and financial reports. Rev. R. N. —~_—^ The Altar Guild Club of BeBee 'Memorial CME Church will hold its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Ola Graham on Sunday July 9 at 4 p.m. Mrs. Sarah Harr, Pton, president. Charles Stearns, brother of the , u- C L S ' Stearns ' d ied Suddenly at his home in Tulsa, Okla Fri- Nati"n a | League Baiting (based on 150 ....... „ at bats) - Altman, Chicago 352- Clemente, Pittsburgh 346 ' "' San Francisco. Runs ~ 71D , vl; Robinson, Cincinnati, 63 Runs batted in _ Copedn. San Francisco, 75; Aaron, Milwaukee. * f . its ~ pins °n, Cincinnati, 107; \\ills, Los Angeles 102 09Do " bles ~ Coleman, Cincinnati, 22; Mays, San Francisco, 21. day. Rev. Stearns is in Tulsa funeral services which are complete. for in- -Mr and Mrs. B. B. Cooper of Toledo, 0. are house guests of their daughter, Mrs. Willie Evans and Mr. Evans. - Food HOME GROWN" TOMATOES 36A - Food 3 Ibs. 50c Plenty Good Elberta (Burbanks) PEACHES — Ceent f ° r deS f Cannin 3- Triples _ Clemente, Pittsburgh, 8; Altman, Chicago, Wills, Los Angeles and Stuart, Pittsburgh 7 Home runs -Cepeda, San Francisco, 22; Mays. San Francisco Stolen bases - pjnson, Cincin nan, 13: Robinson, Cincinnati and Aaron, Milwaukee 12 Pitching (based on' 7 or more decisions) - Podres, Los Angeles " .800; Miller, San Frandsco, 8-2 fi-2, .750. ICE MELONS and Other Vegetables REVIS PEACH SHED Hwy. 67 East Past- Overpass 6-7-3tc Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hitting - Qene Frecse. Reds, had five hits in nine trips and drove in four runs in doublehcad- er sweep over second-place Dodgers, putting Reds in lead with two-run homer in 11-7 first-game °uMe and nightcap Pitching - Ken McBride, An- Sels, stnick out six and shut out Jigm on five hits over last eii?ht "'"ings for 4 . 2 victory that knocked Detroit out of first place. then anaing a another home run in 4 decision. , Reputation ofAwericon Is Colorful By ROBERT JONES WIMBLEDON, England (API- Chuck McKinley, the 20-year-old tennis whiz from St. Louis packs lor home and the next Davis Cup round today but leaving behind a reputation of a colorful character the Wimbledon crowds want to see again. Chuck left a gallant attempt to break Australia's virtual stranglehold of the Wimbledon men's s glos tennis title. He lost Friday just under an hour, 6-3, 6-1 6--, to Rod Laver, (he Australian wh became the third left-hander t win a Wimbledon since the war Chuck was the first native-bor American to figure in a single final since Tony Trabert wor back in 1955. Chuck never stood much chance against Laver, runnerup for thx Past two years. But he wen down fighting with all guns blaz ing as the capacity center court crowd stood and cheered him And for the chunky little mathematics student at Trinity University Tex., the cheers showed lie had won his hard fight back alter his suspension following the United Slates' inter-zone Davis S SUV in "Georgia Peach' Has a Checkup ATLANTA (AP) _ Baseball's ''Georgia Peach," Ty Cobb, is in fair condition in a hospital where he is undergoing a checkup. Cobb, 73, was' re-admitted to Emory University Hospital June 5 for the checkup and possibly a change in treatment for a diabetic condition. He has been hospitalized several times during the past two years for treatment of bursitis and a spine injury suffered some time ago in a hunting accident in Idaho. Cobb, who hung up his spikes in 1928 after 24 yearS in major league baseball, has been dividing his time between Georgia and California where he has extensive interests. Donnelly to Get His Chance ] BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Ja'cide Donnelly, an ambitious, rapH-ffre puncher, gets his chance to crash into the lightweight title picture tonight when he tangles with veteran Paolo Rosi before a hometown crowd and. a national television audience. Their 10-rourid bout, for the New York state lightweight championship, will be boxing over ABC at 9 p.m., EST. carried When to Fish or Hunt Solunor Tables By John Alden Knight Gentile Adds to Collection " BALTIMORE (AP)-Jim Gen-He has added a lop-sided base- ba ' a . h o. eollec.Upn. schedule or Solunar perl'^U •a printed below, has been takefl from John Alden Knight's Solutua Tables. Plan your days so thai you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover dt» ?* ""*« times, « you wish tt «nd the b^ sport ^^ ^ ^ nas to offer. • J*» "••*«• Periods are shown ta N>ld face type. These begin at tiM <lme shown and last for an bom •nd • half or two hours t&» Mter. The minor Periods, shown to regular type, are of •horter duration. f,n a j againsl . Australia last winter. But even if Chuck did give U S ennis prestige a boost from the ow point of the past two yean. here isn't much else in today's inals programs for Americans to •neer at-apart from those two n ™ Ca'ifornians, Karen Hantze <ind BiJhe Jean Moffrtt. Karen, from Chula Vista and Jean, from Long Beach, Friday 'migfit'-'after 'e first baseman mashed it out of shape on his record-tying fourth grand, slam iome run of the season. The pinch-hit, 400 foot homer put him into the record book with ix other American League players who hit four grand slams in me season—Babe Ruth, Lou Geh- ig, Rudy York, Tom Henrich, Al losen and Ray Boone. The major eague record of five is held 'by >nie Banks of the Chicago Cubs. Gentile came to bat with one ut in the sixth inning of the twi- ight opener and the score tied 2-2, His clout gave the Orioles a 6-2 win. Mto«f Sat. MlMr Ma|at VM. 1:35 7:50 2:05 8-1S — - . w jj t Ut/ Ot 13 Sun 2:25 8:45 3:00 9 : io Hope Stai t. Hope m »-' ot«l Jonuanr !«, 2t aiS-14 South Walnut $t, eef Hope, Arkansot All Star Officials Are Selected NEW YORK (AP) -, tommissioner Ford Prick toda named the umpires and officia scorers f or Tuesday's mnjo league Ail-Star game at San Fran CISCO. Stand Lanes of the Nationa League will umpire behind the Plate. The others are Frank Umont (AL) first base) Shag Crawford (NL) second base- Ed *unge (AL) third base; Ed Var«o NL) left field; and Cal Drummond (AL) right field. are 'hjladelphia Bulletin; Jim Me' «j. San Francisco News-Call- Bulletin; and John Drebinger, New York Times. ~ — • 1—, .. 'ere the only ones carrying the mencan flag today. They met *!i Autltralian girls Jan tehane i)d Margaret Smith in the final the women's doubles Member of the Audit Circulations Subscription Rates (payoble in advance) neighboring On. »iMh''"T.Z.'".'.'.V: * .'Ji In ..... . In Hompstead',"" LaFayette, Howard and Miller On« month Thre» montht montht '••S —- HrvMfid .,.,, > -.; On* year ?•*• All olhiu. ~-ll ••*• All other moll —, Three months »x months On* year .. lldg. Memphis 2, Term • snK Bank Bldg." Dallas 2 Texas? Michigan Ave., Chicago I ||| .' 2nd St., New York 17, NY enobscot Bldg.,, Detroit 5 ermlngl Bids., Oklahoma C « well « oil AP ne *

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