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C2^ |&p^^^^^> ^^ HBIC-M:]* * rvnuvrvuf j- » rill 16he tha " 'iw'erf ortii s ij. Su ; Mietv* Ih* 'flfiht M ' pubiicftllon ond to r«]ttt Jttl6rt6bl« OdvtftUlftfl tub- v - , f: flOUf-Wiiueh as fftus* or " fiumberi'iourtt <H on* word. ** St«. will nit be rtipon- », irt ,Wdrtf Adt unlett , ta bur ettentlort } of <ad and jj»rt i Incorrtet mswmn. 5PECT,, 7-3431; ,M»k* 1I»») fr««« l?Jf *t«4 January. II, .!«• • offeifnidri by ITAt, rUlLISHINC CO. , h« Art „„»'•» *th« Audit; lurMM •!, js',r; Clrculotlini '{, " <' Rates/ (payobl* In 'advance).'.- - • r' |n'- Hop* 'and neighboring' S,.i..., t .t:.>.^. :'. 13.00 '; In Hempsftod, I Nevada, ward, dnd-Mil!»r-couh- i:-L, ( !:h: » ; ».j..;.,.f,...v. 1,60 • .l,:«!4»..w..'. 2,60 Jfflg^S^Ll'o rtni'5'."....i.*,.i.!:;;;,'.V.,.;., 3.25 <J9.,. Oklahoma - Cit>- ^,2',, yffi^^ j, '"± f *,? r & ^ ' ? ' - ^ tSt'*' ~~ ^•fiThV/AfifctatMlsPMNi .elated P^-ls^infMfed'^- ', l°i* h9 . ->'*) A»? »PuWteP"R« * e,Newest Jh.Merit Wear WON ' '• •'• •""•••B*7;*aA«-i, ,: > JT w STi' l IW ) E M *J* Jll 'V J iS^ * "JWfVV" 1 ' 'iwrr 1 ""* For Sole fifi Spader Illy bulbs, $1 per doZefi postpaid withirt Arkansas. Chea* per hefe, ArthUr Gfay, Ozan. July 64 Month M fiMce^Uoflal VfliuesJn ^ S. USED «FR IGER AtOftS 'Puny iudl-anteed . Okloho/tid Tire &. Supply 6 AMD 100 Jjbtthd meldhs. See A, D, Goodwin, Rosston, Route 3, li,4 miles West Willisville. 29-Gt ULL blood Siamese kittens,- Phone J-334S, ' 2>8t YEAR old Beagle Mottfid; Gbod rabbit and deer dog Wayne Bell, BleVihs. Phone 2432. 2-3t grass hay. 40c .a bale, at the press. W, B. Matthews, Washington, Arkansas. 3-3t UCUMBERS'f6r pickling. Field run $lnO a' bushel. 7% miles south t>f Hope on Lewisville highway, 0,00; Harris. - , 3-3t ABY chair and stroller. Both in good'condition/Also wringer type washing machine, good as new. Rfcasonable. Phono 7-3798. 3-3t EGISTERED Guernseys. Bred heifer cows, bull calves. Hale 'Guernsey^Farm. Prescott, Arkansas: ' '•-,"* ' 3-3t Wonted EPENDABLE, sdber man, age 55' or 60,' ( whp can drive a car. Wages and''r'oom' H and board. Mrs. Mrs, Pearl "Cox/505 W. Elm, Prescott •- 29-et ) ' BOYS' io deliver heralds on "The ,Robd," coming to the Saenger Theatre Sunday. Apply to munager, .' 3-3t Wonted to Buv O'BUV Men's Used Shoes. Reaves Bargain-Sh'6p'. , 31-TF 'OUNGigrowth of cut, over timber land. Anywhere In Southwest Arkansas, Will pay top f > prices. Phone i 7-2228-or gee .Ralph Saune«s. ' -. , > J12-1 Mo. Help Wonted WAITRESS J w,anle,d, apply in person- only;~ r M8e's Restaurant 4011 E. Third St. , , 28-U :ELP J wanted:, Man to do sales work',in''four-county' rural sec'- tions around Hope. Car' furnished salary and commission. Can be home every, night, Good wages for 'good, worker. ' Apply Hope St t ar 9fficc. i j, , - 31-U Business Opportunity , FRANCHISE ker, woman — EaVn $10,000 to 15,000 year, full time up to $2.000 »art » tin\e, Must enioy meeting WjopleJ'be'able-to furnish $200 min- mum investment. References re- tuircd, "04 year" ojd company, dong hl's'ness in 17 states. Write bo* . 2-3t . c/p Hope Star for interviews. U. ,S. hospitals, tents in 1053, < 20 million pa- FOR SCHOOL BUS PAINTING JORDON'S BODY SHOP 600 8.' Walnut Hope Puilder'i Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 THE BEAUTY BOX AUvConditioned" Open 6 days each week , . , Operators , . . Hoelscher, Model James and Evelyn Mpore '112 South Main PRISCOTT ROLLER RINK Op*n m 7!*«S . 10 p. m, «8H»ts fpr Health Preicett, Ark, Inioy iaHog Funeral Direcfert fatten ' HOUM «C*«B , , . MA2EL . » . ASSoCfAtlON ,' LatgPSt 6nA Oldest in South Call 7-S50S tot our agents J1S-1 Mo. Real Efttote for Sale OWNTdWM, 'TSrown Derby" tfflfe. Newly rectteorated, ample; s^atlfig cat>8City, going ntee business, Ifle&l for man and wife team, Sbc firown at firown's 82 thick stop, Stomps, Ark. 31-Ot ._..-...--_ T 3d4 Officers Drive, OakhaVen. We oiter an attractive four bed- robiti, two bath, two story home which will be 'vacant during August, Located on a spacious 100 )t 300' shady lot, this home has living j rdom With fireplace — ctlhinjrodm '- kitchen with built- ins- laundry room - attic storage • porch • and two car garage all Ih excellent condtion for only $8,- >M the corner of 13th and Walker Is a .three bedroom home situated oh 15 x_ 150* shady lot vacant and priced to sell - $1,100 cash will handle - balance like rent. .T 916 South Elm this attractive brick home has those large spacious rooms; with equally large closets - garage - located on 100 x 142 'landscaped lot - can finance. ' ' ' 'CAtL 1 '- 7-4691 FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 31-3t Notice '6TE Boley's all new, "All air conditioned," .court. \Vhen guests or Tourists Inquire. 4 -people $5.00. ,: July 3-1 Mo. MELON equipment, rent cheap, rtests, tables, trays, ice water keg, electric stove,'lights, Boley's Court.. 28-61 For Rent URNISHED apartment - 3 rooms and bath.' Also bedroom with bath. 1002 East Third. Dial 73184. 2-3t ROOM unfurnished duplex. Good condition. Phone 7-5837. 801 S. Main. 2-3t URNlSHEb home. Middlebrooks Grocery. Dial 7-3791. • 2-3t Daily newspaper pf the world ad a cfrculation of 217 million of )52 says a recent United Nations eport which excludes most Iron •urtain areas. ROOM house 1 on Poster Avenue, call 7-277G. after 5 p. m. 3-3t NFURNISHED apartment, ,-3 rooms, and bath, private entrance. Call 7-2890 after 5:30 p" m. - 4-3t tost iED -\vhite-iacod cow. Muley head. 5 years old, yellow tag in'ear #381. i Lost' July 13. Liberal reward for Information. Guy Martin, Pa'tmos, Phone 7-2035. 29-Gt •LUE Parakeet. To catch — show any kind of green bottle. Will coma to name Bill, If found, call 7-5542 or see H. Kemper, 210 S. Hervey. > 3-3t JELON equipment. .Rent $5 week. Chests, tables, trays, ice water keg, electric stove, lights, Boley's Courts. 4-6t Services Offered \IATTBESS renovation and innerspring work' Cobb Mattress Co. 310 South Washington. Phone 7-2622, Mar. 4-tf Political Announcements ¥h* Btit il fttithoHMd i* ife ftoufic* tbt* th« tollwHflg if* «afididtte8 fof nubile 6ffie* tat*, Ject to the tctloft of tb« fiettfr 4 for County CiiHt w AtttfOLft J, MlDDLKSftOdti MRS. JOLLY (Amonette) »nd Collitto JIMMY COOK ] CLAUD -ft, SOTtON Aldepman Ward ThM* B. L. ttEWlft .:• A. P. DELUNfit .1. for f»ros*cutlhu Attorftij ! ftOYCE WEISENBEftQBli TRAVIS MATH13 Alderman Ward CHARLES TAYLOtt HOMER BEYERLEX Alderman Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE T. O. (TOP) PORTEft Texan Posts Top Score of Chicago CHICAGO UP) A well-known Texas golfing ftamt- popped Irtto the headlines again yesterday as 1/reviously unheralded torn Burke Jr. made a bid for professional Tame. Burke, formerly of fiouslon and How a Chicago pro, smacked a 3-under-par 6<> ih the opening qual* ifying found for professionals in the All-American Golf Tournament. It topped a field of J30 who.wern shooting for the 60 place*! open in the All-American, which starts to j morrow,..-.....' Another MO take to Tarn O'Shatl> ter's fairways today for their 1C' h.olc .qualifying rounds,. Burke,. a cousin of Jack Burko Jr., a" pro circuit regular, bagged eight birdies'for 32-34. A , stroke behind him were former Canadian Open ch'afnp George Fazio' of Clementon, N. J., and Smiley Quick'of 'Los. Angeles. Both shot 34-3367. . It appeared that at least a par 72 would be needed to qualify for the tourney proper, That, figure was tied or beaten by 35 golfers yesterday. ' . ~ Alderman Ward 'Oife MRS. KATHRYN LOU PRANKS JOE JONES •:• For State Senate 7th District GENE LEF. DR. F. C. CROW For City Attorney C. V. NUNN, JH. Real Estate for Sale BARGAIN 6 room house. '• ih'Vgood repair. Garage.,75' x 1150' shady lot. paved.-street. Within two blocks grade school. Owner says sell. 812 West 6th St. GREENING INSURANCE' & REALTY CO,' REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, LOANS,,' 1 — TO BUY OR BUILD, SEE US — PHONE 7-4661 ' 4-3t SOUTHERN New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis Mobile Little Rock Nashville ASSOCIATIONS' W L ' Pcts»GB 68 47 .591 '' 67 47 .588 67 47 .588 60 34 .?20'J 54 5tf .432 12 49 67 .422s 19'', 48 67 .41720 42 68 .332 bay. ;,; Yeoterday's Mobile 3 Nashville '1- Birmingham 2, Atlanta i (Only games scheduled) Today's Games Memphis at Little Rock Mobile at New Orleans Nashville at Chattanooga Atlanta at Birmingham t2 Berra's Bat Difference for Yankees New York Brooklyn- Milwaukee Milwaukee St. Louis Philadelphia Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 68 37 ,648; 63 42 .600? 5 57 ''O ,GOO". 5 57 46 ,,533llO 50 52 .49016>/> " " .435,17 .417 24"' .324,31 .-A, ', 49 52 51 55 43 60 34 71 Yesterday's Results ,'v Brooklyn 2, St. Louis 1 Milwaukee 3, Philadelphia ' Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh 2, New York 7, Chicago 1 SALESMAN WANTED — We need two men who are free to trdyel to do rural saleswork. Earnings above average. Must have car. We train and pay you while training. Could also place one man in a protected territory, For personal interview see Mr. V, C. Robberson, at Henry Hotel, Room 104 from 0:00 p. m. to 8:00 p. m. Today's Games Chicago at New York St, Louis at Brooklyri fnight) 1 Milwaukee at Philadelphia night) Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (night) AMERICAN Cleveland Tew York Chicago Detroit Vashington Joston Baltimore hiladelphUV TWO TRUCKWADS JUST ARRIVED USED LEAGUE W L Pct.iGB 71 31 .096 .676 1U. ,632 8 71 3-t 67 30 46 57 .447 25'/> .430 27 410 29 >S52 35'A 43 57 41 59 37 63 36 67 .S50 33'/<. Yesterday's Reswits Detroit 2, Washington 0 Philadelphia 6, Baltimore 2 New.York-2, Cleveland'! Chicago (i, Boston 2 Today's Games New York at Cleveland (night) Washington at Detroit Philadelphia at Baltimore (night) Boston at Chicago. By JOE Associated Press Sp'orts Writer .Cleveland's best" chance of' slowing up the New York Yankoes pennant drive is to • cool off'. Yogi Berra's bUzfng' bat. In his last seven, games, : '-, the Yankee 'catcher.- lias hit safely ' 14 times"in 27'times at bat for a torrid .519 average. The Yankpes.have won six of thbse seven games. Two weeks ago,.'Berra was hitting . .287. Today he is at .306 and climbing. It' was Boi ra who proved the difference in New York's 2-1 victory ever Cleveland. The triumph sliced the American LeagUe leaders' margin over the Yankees to I'-;-, games.' ' .-.'•.With -Micky Mantle on second and Irv Noven on third in the third inning, Berra cracked a Single off Art Miputteman and scored both runners. That was the ball game. The- Indians, Who had drawn'first blopdori"Larry Doby's first-inning home run, couldn't budget Whitey Ford ' aftei- : that; The young- left- hander permitted only on.? rit in the<last : fly'2 innings. / Tlie National League race remained unhanded. The. League leading New York.: Gianxs main tamed/their five-game advantage over; Brooklyn w.Hh an easy, 7-1 triuirnph over. Chicago'.? crippled Cu)js. : The .Dcdger.s,;;l.iad to go ail outiVedging;.the Stt':t:pu|s Cai dinals 2-1 i as"'/Carl' .Erskirie-; bested. .Vic Raschl-.inv'a .pitching duel. The thiyd-place Milwaukee Braves, 1C lengths off' the pace, ouiscored Philadelphia's-Phillies 3-1;. The Chicago White Sox served no* ticeJ' they were, still in the American League ra'ce by drubbing the Boston" 'Red Sox 1 6-2. The victory advanced them to within six games of the~I'ridians; In-other games-played under the ights, , Cincinnati ovcrpo\vor<ed Pittsburgh' 7-2 and -Philadelphia's Athletics • downed the -Baltimdre Orioles. 6-2. Detroit shut out Washington 2-0 in the only game played n daylight. Ford turned back the Indians .on four' hits for his- llfi victory. He fanned six and-! did hot permit a innner to pass second after the fourth. The Indians' best scoring chance after., the first inning came in the fourth when tney loaded :he bases with two oir. Fordi however, struck out Jim Heijan, Except foj the third Inni'.Va when Raschi singled and scored on a triple by Wally Moon, Erskino was complete master .of the Cardinals, Erskine himself drove in the win ning run. After hits bv Jackie Rob inson and Rube Walker .sartd wiched around a wall? to wait Moryn, had produced the lying riir in the fifth, Erskine came througl- with a sing'e to scor>2 Moryn, The Giants swatted Bob Rusl for 12 hits, including Hank Thomp- son's' 19th home run w'th two on base, to extend thei, 1 lateat win ning streak to five straight Ruben GOmez spaced five !»U and struck out seven for liis 10th victory. J5ack-to-back doubles by Eddit Vtathews and Hank Aaron, fol ,o\yed by Joe Adcock's single pro oucecl two fifth-inning runs tha enabled thu Braves to break a 1-! tie with Philadelphia. Andy Paf to's 13th homer also helped War jeh Spahn register his llth vie tpry with a six-hitter. .Murray Di,pkson took the defeat. By JACK HANt) Ftr Gayle Talbot NEW YORK M — It the minors eem to be withering on ihr Vino s leagues fold from day to day, asebafl for the kicls of America s enjoying boom times. The Little League i erjoyed a remehdo'us expansion ' and now IE Babe R-.ith Leagiie '(fbrrrieHy he Little Bigger league) is Breading to 'all corners of the'ha- on. . • -Wthgstei's who •oulcirdw the Litle LeagUfe class move oh to this •rgahizatiah for boys in the 13-145 year age group and, eventually, lay school or ebllegi liail. Somo il make the grade with the pi-6s le main -"idea is ; td keep them oft le streets and paying or/jartizefl ernes. erhnps )he hottest community n the -country for thb kid base- all in Stamford, Conn., hot top ar from New York City. There a big • deep-chested boy t 15 has pitched the town to three atlohal • baseball championships nd-is gunning-for a fourth. Andy ;il Jr. was only 12 when he itchM Stamford 1o the Little eague crown: at Williamsport, Pa. te followed that up with Little Jigger League titles the last two ears.' '. :' Big ; league s'couts can do nothing ut- drool over this six-footer for he next two years until he gets lit of high school. Then it will bo p to him and his father, a former serni-pro pitcher who now is a hipping clerk, to decide wheth- r-he turns pro or goes to college. If Wasil pitches Stamford —the Connecticut champs — to the ro- -iqnal crown in New England—- 'sturday and S^nday, they will be 'he; of eigtit teams to compete in he Babe Ruth League world se- ies at Griffith Stadium in Wash- ngton, starting Aug. 17. The young phenom's father, now 2, goes over each igame in detail he next <1ay, trying to work out he mistakes. "Once he looked slow fielding a unt off th>j mound,'' he said. "I old him always, to be ready to ield his .position; Hi catches on quick." COTTON STATES LEAGUE 1 Dorado jreenville Meridian Pine Bluff Monroe Hot 'Springs WL 64 31 59 30 54 41 41 5-V 40 57 28 07 Pet. GB .r,74 ,621 5 .568 10 .432 23 .412 25 ,293 30 Yesterday's Results -, El Dprado 13, Hot, Springs 3 Meridian, 31, Mpnroe !) >, Greenville 7, Pine Bluff 0 Game? El Dprndo. at Hot Mp«roe at Mt-rldian gei:ij 49 9| use ' Oxygen, th,e breathing b«t only cuty is $» Baseball By The Anoclated PreM AMf RIQAN ASSOCIATION indianapolis M, Kansas City 3- iPUisvUle ?.-S, Cplumbus Q-l TPledo 6, Charleston 5 Minneapolis ,10. St. Paul 7 w , VT ^v.. 2, Palla? 0 .Beaumont 15. Fprt Worth 4 J5an Antonio 10, Oklahoma City T.T «..*.* A-» 1 O •T't ilr»n ft Fights Lost Night yy The i Beach, Fla. Migue 147, Hnvane, stopped Jde; , 148, JJew Y-WlJ, ?• vtanburg, S, P. Papp , 118, §partanburg, S. C., tf Qil Geekie,, i|7',;i, 19- ' Q* icons New (JT WpJe4f, SPORTS ROUNDUP Oilers Bang Out Homers, to Top League By .The Associated press Batting power , gave, the top three earns easy victories in ; the Cotton itates Leagu.e .last night.. , . Bears Sweep Series With Nashville By The Associated Press Leaving behind their best home stand of (he year, the. Mobile Bears turned to New Orleans today and wondered if the league-leading Pels wotil.i prove as hnrrt to handle as they have in tin past. The Bears completed a sweep of a four-f;nme scries with NaSh- Ville last tright, trimming the Vbls, 3*1, behind ihe four-hit pitching of Dick McCoy. In the only other Southern Association game scheduled,. Binning- lam edged AllantJ, 2-1 and pullc.-l into a second-place lie ;vith the rackers. Other teams were idle. When Mobile opened its home Stand eight games ago the Hoars were only half a game out of last place. By winning six of the eight tilts they climbed into sixth, half a game ahead of Little Rock and four games ahead of Nashville. McCoy, a southpaw, lost his shutout in the seventh when Vol liinchhitter Charlie Williams, who had singled, scored on Ray Dabek's error. Billy Kerr rapped a homo run for the Boars in the second- and singled in another run in the seventh. Atlanta's Dick Thompson, bis specdball artist recently acquired from Toledo, lost a heartbreaking pitcher's duel to the 'Baron's Art Ccccarelli. Thompson )iad allowed only two hits in .seven innings before departing for a pinchhitter but one was big Tom Hamilton's 13th homer which proved to be the winning run. Birmingham's other run was unearned, coming on an error by Frank Diprima. Pete Whisenaiit, star of Atlanta's rousing rally against Little Rock Monday night, got thu Crackers' lone run with a ninth inning bonier. Skyliners Bounce Hope by 8-1 Count The second-place Texarkaha Skyq§) liners defeated the league leading Hope Legionnaires 8-1 in a league game last night in Legion Park. This was Hoce's second straight lOSS. .'..'. The Skyliners scored two bis runs in the initial inning on 3 hits. Hope scored their single tally ih the bottom half of the first. Texarkaha. then came back scdring two more runs on a bnsfe oi balls, Singles and two, errors...Thgy 1 picked Up another run in the 5th on a walk and single. ; Thc'Skylincrs iced the game in the sixth as they produced 3 more tuns oh two walks, two errors and a single. • » Friday night the . Legionnaires will travel to Mineral Springs for a league contest. ' Ralph Btcens, winning hurlor. give up 1 run on 3 hits, walked M and fanned 6. Reeder Huddleston, ;he loser, gave up 8 runs on 8 hits, struck out 13 and walked 4. ' " Although foxes are monogamous in the wild state, males have been mated with several females in ca^p- tivity. ... • ,: • ; '" Hope Johnson Boyett White ..... Beasley . Huddlestqn .... Gunter, W. Nix : Gunter, B. ..... Barrentine AB 4 1 4 2 3 3 , 3 3 3 Totals '.... 26 Skyliners AB BOcox 3 Evers —-,. 4 Duncan V.. ..•......- 2 Sullivan, D ...1 Sullivan, M 4 Ridling 3 Brown 4 Reid 4 Gross ; ..'. 3 Neil '-'. --1 Bivens .•. 4 *,.!' . *• Totals 32 R 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 R 2 1 ' 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 Q Be'fore they built a powered plane, the Wright brothers experimented with gliders, one of wl)i.cji i-emained. in the air almost 10 rain*. lites. NEW '• •'' '' our or :•;';.' a .d.3-3v- 'triumph;; pvpr! VHot 'prings.;.. '. '' '.. . Second-place Greenville got five lits in the fourth' inning to score our runs and set up a 7-C victory iver : Pine, ; Bluff. . , . , Third place "Meridian bunched even singles in the. second inning n a 12-8 victory over Monvoe. :Half of El Dorado's hits were or .extra bases. Beside.-; the homo runs the winners got a triple and six .double.. Manager-Catcher Jnckie Bales got a fourth-inning icmer for Hoc.. Springs. The El Dorado homers were by Frank Wa- 'enga. Gene Bilo, Pel Austin and Blither Tucker. Lefthander Jerby Dean scattered 'bur Pine Bluff hits in pitching tiie jrenviile victory. -His mates lumped on Mike Farley for four •uns in the second. Al Benxa dou- jjed in two. Frank Radigan tripled 3enza home, .then scored on Dean's infield out. • Hal Msirtin doubled lome Frank Shell in the fifth ind hit a bases-empty homer in .he eighth. Dick Eaton also scored in the eighth after singling. He advanced oh a stolen base, an error" and a sacrifice. Meridian got three eh ore : and two walks to aid in its eight-run second inning agains: Monroe. Among 'tha seven singles of the .nning were two each by Moose Shetler and Wendy Forbes. Monroe got four runs in tho ;hird on two singles, a walk, a fly and Bob Norden's three-run lomer. Meiidian got its tinal three j-uns in the' eighth on two single walksand a two-run single ay Beans Giordanengo. Mike Erskine Celebrates Birthday Mr .and Mrs, Allen Erskine Jr., honored their son, Mike, on ThitfsY day afternoon at a birthday party.!at their home, in celebration:of his': seventh birthday anniversary Garnes were played during the afternoon. ~, ' The birthday cake.'-, was white and blue.: This .was ge^vecjl .With ice cream and candy sticifi?.teach guest received a whistilpgl MSS.O as a favor. ,'^t '• ;.;'_ Guests were: Mike Robirjfs, Tommy Roe, Joe EscarreJ Bill Coe, Jerald Mayne, McClelland, David Anderson, Bill Virden, Dwight McBr.ayer, James Foster, Johnny Langston, Johnny Shope, Robert Allen and Mary Jane Erskine. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nelson, ;er and Jane accompanied by Mrs. A. E. Braezzale of Marshall, T^xas left Saturday by motor for Lauderdale, Florida where will be the guests of Mr.a'nd-'jylrs. W. K. Wilson. Joan Bratton Honored . . „ Hr. and Mrs. Carroll Bratton entertained with a party at their home on Frdiay afternoon for the pleasure of their daughter, Joan, on her sixth birthday. .After the gifts were opened ga- rnes were played with prizes being won by Donna Mitchell and Joe Escarre Favors were balloons and party hats. !. Cake, ice cream and lemonade were served to guests, Mary Jane Erskine, Glenda Roe, Joe Escar re, Frankie Anderson, John Reynolds, Caroline Daniel, Helendale L.edbetter, Caroline Haltom, Cyn- :hia Arnold, Joe Paul Crane, Sammy Scott, Anna Gordon, Donna Mi tchell, Phoebe and Gil Johnson. Carter Tangles With Flanagan CHICAGO 1*1 Jimmy Carter, the 30-year-old battler who twice won and lost the lightweight championship, imperils his hopes of re- aining it again, -in. a' 10.-rou;id bout With Glen Flanagan -tonight. I Carter has set, up a return match with Paddy DaMarco, the last man to dethrone him, for Sept*. 22 in San Francisgo. He rules a 3*1 favorite over Flanagan, who has moved up from the /leather weight division and at 135 pounds will be carrying the most Weight ol hi§ career. He is a brother of Del Fianajan, a leading welter contender. A defeand in tonight's nationally t<; Jev j§ed ,Chipago Stadium would be a serious setback for Carter. Starting time is 10 p. m. EDT. The hard-swinging Negr first won the J3a-poun.d crown in 1951, knocked out Ike Williams, test it ,8 . year later to surprising tavrc- Saias. He whipped Salas in a return match live months later to repin the title, Then, las? March, pcMa>'PO up $et him for the championship, Carter h»s hj»d pu* fight since that l«§?< tyhipptyf ChiH'Jie R»ley or J\i§ fftb, viflory «gainst 15 de- Mr,. and Mrs, Roy Davis of El Dorado have been the guests of relatives, Mrs. Ray Priest and sons, Raymond, Danny and Larry have re ;urned to Pasadena, Texas after a yis.it with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.:D. W. Durham. .Mrs. Ted McDaniel and Miss . McDaniel have returned to' their home in Alexandria, La., after a week visit with her mother, Mrs. Ernest Buchanan, Mrs. J, H. Bemis spent a part of last week in. Little Rock as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lillian Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yancey and er, Only 27 years old, he has won 66 times, lost 14 and drawn II. Carla ;of Longview have bcen]jtho guests and Mr. and Mrs. J. cey and Miss Louise Ingram. Jirfl,. Thomas of Little Rock spent '-."the weekend with his parents,, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas'?" and had as his guest, Ancil Reed of Heber Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Len Harrell and son of Hampton were the weekend guests of Miss Dorothy Bradford. Mr. and, Mrs. Sammy McHenry of Fordyce visited ' their- parents, Mr. and'Mrs. E; E. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Sam McHenry during the weekend. Irl-Hubbard of Jena, La., is thffj guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.'m John Hubbard. Mrs. O. W. Watkins, John Ed'iand Sally Jo are the guests of relatives in Harrison and Kansas City. Ed Hubbard has returned . to A&M College, Mbnticello after a weekend visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs. John Hubbard. Friends of Mrs. Ira Davis regret that she' is seriously ill r irt" St. Josephs Hospital in Hot [Springs. ; : ' Byers Watermelon;; Stand; S-'CURVE 3rd & Shovel TERMITES CURRY'S Termite Control Co. BONDED - INSURED | GUARANTEED For Free Inspection Coll i A. D, MIDDLEBROOKS Jr- Doy Phone , Night Phon^ 7-2821 l? i WHQLiSALE PRICES f Jffff . ; . ]b, |f« Hind Quorter . , , Ib, S0« Front Qy«rt«r ..,11?, 30c Side »f Beef , Hind Quarter . . . Ib, 38c Front QuarNr . i . Ib. 24$' ^UT8 Hope Locker & Processing Co " p , spyw slim STREET ,"* OtARR Itl I, CM* Y**» DAGWOOD,YOUREOFFKEY J 'j t •V J. R. 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