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NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMK. Fov.ft«v!rl«. Arkomw Wednesday, August 20, 195J Lookouts Without econd Baseman; Travelers Idle (By Tfir Assorlalrcl I'rrns) Loofcoi·.'··, m;iv Is.a o t a l k e r ! t h ' - i r r i t n l C h a i l r - y H u r l h , who ;il:o f J I II f\ p].v,tered t h e u n h a p p y Cli.ry w i l l . . LdTflS HOMC KUI1S jlir-Lrn^r'So.r^'Beat Braves, 7-5 j R i r . n i n g h a m l;i:,t n i j ( h t , (1-2, a n d ' St- Ixtuis-f/lV Vern Benson and :s;iw ih'-ir f i r s t ;)];irc n u n K i n i H'-'d Srhoendien:,i jjnleri lwo-run ! s.'mnk In a h d l f - g i i m e ovci A t - homci.; J;,M n i j ; l , t as t h e Si I / n i l s . j |:'ii!,'i The C r a c k e r s troiim-ed Caidinal.-; twined I h c i r f o u r t h ' ; N . - i ' h v i l . V . 10-4. i . i t n n c h t victory, t i c n t i n g t h e Bos-' 1 .%'*"·· Oi leans made ft t\vo in n * on ^'-'vcs in t h e opener of a ! rnv. I.VIT Memphis. 1-0. In t h e t h i M - : v i m p M-I ie:-. 7-5. Nf tun.'.. W«itilnKl*n 2, St. Ltyii ST. 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(;· Grounded f i U L /or Grmiso !n f l h : St Louis 000 010 (Xllt--1 ' Washington 000 200 OOx--2 I K - M;irah Cnldnt^rry H i l l -- B a k u * , ' M f i r r c r n Marsh 211-- Runnels J r n f t - n S - I ' i l c t ' f D a k t r . fJP--Marih Y n u n j t ,uif] CoIdJiberry. L e f t Si Louu 15 Washington HI BB-Marrtro 5 PUI r t t c J, J f a r r l s l 2. SO --Marrf-ro fi HarrUt J. H O -- P l l t M t e 7 in 7 Innmga. Marrlat 0 in I. R ER--PilMle 2-1 Murrrro I - I . H B P -- P l l J e t i c (Jensen). Winner--Marrcrri U0-5i l.nser--Pillettc ' « - ! ] ) I I -- S t e v e n s . Summrr* M c K i n - | How They Stond ' (By Thf Assneiatfd Tress) AMKKICAN I.EAGIJK V/ J , New York . . TU W a s h i n y t O M Chicago Philnriclphi.i St. Louis Detroit Tuesday's Rrsiilts Boston ti c;vi-!;iD(i r P h i h i d r l p h i a 4-0 j J o t r o i t 3-: i'.vi- nifihi Chica-ro ^ Now Y'»rk 1 s i j ^ h t W a s h i n g t o n 2 St. Louis ] n i y h t Woman Sought For Passing Bad Checks After Learning She Has Few Weeks To Live tti\prhnriM. .V Y. - fVP] - An ailing 58-year-old \voman, told t h a t she h:is only a few weeks to live, w,-i.s thi- c.bjoct today of a 13-state police ;.l;irm for allegedly passing NATIONAL LKACt.'E W I, pet. __ 74 38 .Ml Brooklyn . New Vnrk , _ .. ._ . . . St. Louis ____ f,B 49 .581 · CABH PAID FOH DEAD ANIMALS Phoni Collect 2353 FBrcllerillo, Arkansai Joplin Rendering Co. f ' h i f a d r - I p h i a 62 53 .539; f'hir.-i«o 53 60 .492^ flostr.n . 49 G5 .430 | C i n r i n n a t i 50 63 .424' PiUsbui-h 35 a6 .239 j Tuesday's Re.sults i N'cw York S-3 Chicagn O - l ! Brooklyn 3-3 C i n c i n n a t i 0-5 t w l - | night P h i l a d e l p h i a in Pittsburgh j night St. Louis 7 Boston 5 night (Worthless cherk.s to pav fnr rne'ii- ca! a t t o n t i o n and pain - casving ' nnrrotirs. 1 The lOn-poiinrt. f i v e - f o n t l;»|] ! w o m f j n hf:d irif.-n'.ifn-d hfi:-o!f n; I seeking to open a foar.k account ; here ;.s Crat.-.- Bcninr;,s;i. Poli-e , said she h;id uypcl other iiljascs in | passing the checks. S u f f o l k County Dist. A t l y . I.ind- « :nry said yesterday t h a t the i, a l r e a d y a w a r e of her i l l ness, visited Dr. M". 7.. Ploski of Riverhead and reeoivcd a p r e - . scription from him for a n a r c n l i r ' to case her s u f f e r i n g . Plnski rie- ' clined to rj-i.sclosc the n a t u r e of her I i lines*:. But from other sourcej. it i u*a: 5 learned t h a t she had cam t-r ; in an advanred sta?;e. | J J e n r said she paid Ploski with* ! a woiihJe;.s check and that -;he ^;t\-e t h e d r u y g i - t a $45 check ; v / i t h I J !'-skiV n n m e forged on i t to pfiv for t h e f i l l i n g of the pre» scnption. ·· Other check. 1 ; w r i t t e n by t h e \vo!i-2i nnrnfi v. r,rii.'in, iolic.e sa;ri, ir.i'hirlrd several In various S u f f o l k · f r . u n t y stores ar.d one for $500 on a Tampa, Fla , h a n k . This ^(}' '·h^clx h t i f j hcen giv'e.'i to a Rivcr- nr,-id b a n k v.-hcn the woman ro'.i^ht to open an account, here, o f f i c i a l s paid. The tempei-ature of melting ice is zero on Centigrade and 32 dr- t, r i t'f.-s on F a h r e n h e i t temperature Planets or other bodies close to th" Min m n v c fa:;lr-r than those f a i t h c r a w a v . DAIRYMEN-BEEF PRODUCERS The Washington County Purchasing and Marketing Association offers members and patrons carload M.F.A. 18% Dairy Feed Thurs. f Aug. 21. Order for future delivery. M.F.A. 34°o Celtic Supplement For additional information, Phone 1878-W. d-t) W i i ] i ] f - r - - S * , i ! i ' v U i - l l i 1.0.11 r · -WH-.on : i H i - l ' M U - - l ) n s i - f ) i t W.-irnt-ko a n d Gr.f-!7. 'J' ·- t'.i A- 1" -I'J.'f less Than the Cost of Gas for Driving/ KANSAS CITY . SHREVEPORT · NEW ORLEANS LAKE CHARLES · BEAUMONT · PORT ARTHUR NORTH lv. Siloom Spii Ar City Train 9.10 7 : 7 PM 7.43 PM flying Craw } 30AM 7 X J AM Spn'noi SOUTH lv. Siloo Af. Sluiv A( How 0,!cr-.n. Ar. Idkt ChorUi 7 30 TM S : 10:43 PM 12 i 7 - 4 3 AM 3 00 PM--!r 3 7.33 P M -- T i 1 3.30 PM-- lr 3 For farm, ftoutrt and Pullman Rertrvafioni Call E. G. Sugg, Agent, Slloam Springs Phone 219 A's Wallop Tigers Twice, 6-5,4-3 r'hilacii.lphja -'/?- A t h r e e - r u n u p n s i i i f ; in the .seventh i n n i n g , inc l u d i n g r e l i e f h u r l e r Uob iJooper'i second homer nf the year, was a l l l.'ic P h i l a d e l p h i a A t h l e t i c s needed In u h i p t h e D e l r f ' i i T I R C I S , G-5, in tIIP seL'-.'.;iw .'Ofnid K-'iine of a twi- The A'a took the f i r s t game, 4-3. By sweeping lite f.vo games the A t h l e t i c s moved i n t o a tie t i t ) j Chicago for f i f t h pl;ice and nov/ t r a i l t h e Y a n k s by just i:jnc 4, Dttrolt 3 FIRST CAME DETNO1T ! PHILADELPHIA ah r h ab i h Groth. c f - 1 1 1 SuHr-r. « 4 1 1 ;i 1 (i F a i n . I h 4 0 1 ·1 ii n Val«. rf : (1 (i 4 H 2 ' £ v f i \ \ n \ . If 1 n ! ·1 0 1 f ' h l l l c . v . f f 3 2 J -1 1 1 M i r l i a t - l s . 21. it 0 I * (i t nitHic'k. at) .10: K f H r r o f l . I'h :' n Ii M u r r a y , o 4 C 0 n M i i l l i n H i 11 l i y r r i . p 4 1 ^ H c n y . .s.1 D n n Triitkf.. p .1 0 II TU i n !.i ?2 It Ii T n t n h 71 1 10 j i - - W i i l k t ! d lor t'L-ilcroff in 9lli noiroit . ^nn onn twt-- n P h i h i f l c l p h i a n i l 100 001--I E-bmlrr R B I -- D f l s i n g 2. (;inslHTg. F f l l r i . M u r r a y . Z r r n m l . 2\\-- nrlaing. ' n rd. F j i i n . ( i i n s b r rg SB-~Snricr S-- S-Trtii-ks. Si:dcr L e f t - D e t r o i t fi. P h i l n r l f t l p h i n in nn--Trncka 4 Byrd I :i. SO--TrurkA 1 B.vrd 4 H A- EI1- , B.vrrt :i-J. Triick.1 4-4, HBJ'--Trucks : i H l t i - h i - o t - k i W -- R j r H i l l - l i ) ' i,_ . T r u c k s M-ITi). U - M c G » w a i i . P u f f y . ! R n m n i f l nnrl Pin. i r c M n 'I'--2.10 SECOND ;AME D c l r o i l n.id 'i.'n 2nn-S 7 5 P h t i n c i i f t p h f i i HIII mi.: :H)S h 7 0 · Hooper i \ V P f . K e l l n o r uml A s i n i t h . H t M i t t e t i i n n ( I - P * . H n r f t anJ H a l U . Senators Nip Browns, 2-1 Washintftun-(/IVThfi St. Louis Browns knicked Connie M a r r c r o for 1- hit:;, but l e f t IT) men on hasp and dropped a 2-1 derision to W a s h i n g t o n In.st n i c h t as t h e Cuban sonor won his 10th ^;imn. Wash inc ton ni;inaj;ed o n l y 10 h i l s o f f l")ii;ine P i i l e t t e n n d Earl ' H a r r i s ) . Init three; of t h e m eamc in t h e f o u r t h i n n i n j ; j-vnrinn a pair 50,000 Miles or/ is the time for ai! smart motorists to discover how Conoco'a grcnt new "SO.OOO Miles-No Wenr" Service hnlps engines last longer, perform Ijetltr, use /rvw gasoline and oil! This is cxartly the same service th.-ii kept test nnrs «·«' in ('onoro's .ipe.rtnr-ul.ir "50,000 Miles -- No Woiir" ronri lust! In that famous 50.000-mile lest, with" 1,000- mile drains and proper filler service, test cnr cnpints showed no wear of any consequence: in fuel, an nvcniRp o(\cfs I linn one one-l hnusandth inch on cylinders and crankshafts. Gasoline miloaRp for Hie last fi.OOO miles was Actually 99.77"? as good as for the first ,1,001). Now you can get this same 1-2-3 "SO.OOO Miles -- No Wenr" Service, at your Conoco Mile.tce Merchant's, t/wlay! Here's the Famous "50,000 Miles-No Wear" Service! wJ . _ C o n r» c n M i l e n g r M e r c h a n t Will Drain Oul G r i t nd Sludge, prefornhly while engino in h o t ! "Wot-oil" drai;m every l,uOO mile* fluih oui grit, dirt, «cid nr.d con- Umimition--lp»ve your ·Bgioo «parkJitK clean' He'll Air and Oil Filter*! I f r ' l l clean filter ole- m r n t f l , roplnce d i r t y cartridge*, record mile- nuc. Every time hood in l i f t e d , he'll check luilciigntoboiiurn rtltorn hnvn iirrn ncrviced At projx-r intervnlfl. _ He'll refill wilh frrent Copnco Sunar Motor Oil! Coniv.i Super i« fortiliwl with ndrti!iv« thai curb dangorouii Krcuinulnlion of dirt nnd conUminiitinn --protect inotal aurfncM from corroaivo i:onilun- tinn acida--flcht m»t--and Oll.-1'l.ATK niinlnsl wear ci»z CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY WARDS AUGUST SALE Save Now--Sale Ends Saturday BUY ON FHA : NO MONEY | DOWN j Buy home needs at Wards on liberal FHA terms--no money down, up to 3 years to pay. GUTTERS AND .-_, DOWNSPOUTS IU/°o// Heavy-gauge galvanized steel -- give y*ars of dependable service. Half-round or box type. ALL-STEEL, IA _, CASEMENTS 10% oil Practical, modern Steel Casement Windows -- provide greater ventilation and light. REG. 89c GAL. ROOF COATING 72c Gives old worn roofs a tougn asbestos covering. Won't crack. REG. 79c Gallon in 5'i... ,72c REGULAR 9.65 S-FT. LADDER 8.57 5' stepladder opens up to 10' straight ladder. Handy, sturdy. REG. 11.65 ilx-ft.iiie.. 10.77 38.45 WATER CLOSET 34.85 Vitreous china. Strong flushing octicn for positive disposal. Hardwood seat included. REGULAR 11.95 MED. CABINET ]Q ^C One-piece steel recess model. Double-strength arched mirror. 2 adjuitable glast shekel. 109.50 WATER _ r t SYSTEM 99.95 Shallow-well jet pump. Deliver! 300 to .500 gals, per hr. 20- gollori tank, motor included. REGULAR 4.95 CLOSET SEAT '4.19 Solid hardwood doweled front and rear for extra strength. Gleaming white enamel finish. 1.49 KITCHEN FIXTURE 1.27 Gleaming white ceiling light. Large white opal glass shade, whito enameled metal holder. i na LIGHT TIXTURE 1.77 Sonnr* ?-lighl fixture. Whit. I 1 hent-qlass shnd^ hn cUnr flp-nl pattern. While holder. 3.39 PORCH LANTERN 1.97 Charming antique-style solid copper holder and trim. Clear glass shade. Completely wired. 7.98 RANGE COMBINATION 7.17 Takes 2 60-omp. main, 2 35- amp. range cartridge fuses, 4 plug fuie circuits. 115-230V. 66-IN. WOOD SINK CABINET Reduced l U / " W i l Buy on Terms Beautifully finished Sink Cabinet--precision-built, hardwood construction. Double-sink basin, factory installed in formica plastic countertop. Bread drawer, 2 utility drawers, and 3 roomy compartments. ASPHALT SHINGLES 108 OFF Thick-tab -- e x p o s e d end built-up with extra layer of weatherproof asphalt. Beauty-retaining ceramic surface. 94.95 AUTOMATIC FLOOR FURNACE REDUCED 74.97 J0 % **» 35,000 BTU input. For natural, mixed or manufactured gas. All gas flow slops if pilot goes out. Woll thermostat. AGA approved. Only 25" deep. 36x20" jrill. 6" watertight bottom. Service from above. ROCK WOOL INSULATION 10% OFF Save now on efficient, fireproof Rock Wool Insulation. Reduce fuel costs 30% this winter- it keeps heat in. REG. 63.50 GAS HEATER 57.50 No other wafer heater at this low price has all Wards quality features. Gives years of dependable service at low cost. 20-gallon tank. Fast recovery capacity. Safety thermostat. Fiberglas ins u l a (ion. A G A a p- proved. REG. 77.50 HEATER, 30-gallon 69.7S REGULAR 79c ROOF COAT Gal. la 5'i Adds yoars of service to old worn roofs--gives them a tough, pl'able coatinp t^ot we-n't sog. Reg. 8°c gallon.. . 82e REGULAR 4.79 ENAMEL 4.37 oa Tough, highly water-resistant enamel. High- glou finish washes easi« ly. Goes on evenly. Reg. 1.33 quart ..1.24 REG. 4.89 HOUSE PAINT Now 4.47 Gallon Super's balanced formula gives It a smooth, strong film for durable protection. Contains Titanium Dioxid* for hiding power, whiteness. Self-cleaning. REG. 4.79 gallon in 5'« reduced to 4.37

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