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Phone 7-2228 or see Ralph > Satin- dens'. , • - 'J12-1 Mo, art ;H»»J frail 1«7 It, , .! .--.Tht- S»or > •Mlldliii ' 11-14 rS6u»h, Walnut StrMt ' iW«hburn/,MIHr »ohW M«M?«ilni; «yte Advtrtlslni ; : M.eh. , fublllWf t,itcond cl«i matter «t fi O«le» ot Hop.,; Arkanwi, »' Act ,0* March 3; 1if7. th« Audit liirtau •! od • In Hope and neighboring , l 'towns-- ' „.;?,,.''"••-•' ............... ........ .25 l'..^;..'...'.;.; .................. , 1 3.oo all* In : Hempstead, Nevada, fte, Howard, and Miller' court- , I*,*.! ..'.r, 1 .60 2.60 ' 4.50 i ¥. t ;. t .......... ;.;..,.,; ....... 6.50 >.1..........u, f .:, i a...... < 13,00 lUtes^ Jrte,i -, 1602 *-Sterjck, hhja.,T*nn'.VP50S Texa* s; 360 *•' III,; 60 Chi , 1 , '" 'A..oe|«f id < f riw ' ,.,J»*JaC .entitled we. S,to,~jhe 1 use for ^publication * Joial' oejys printed In this • n«wi Foi-Sole GAS RANGES •;r «.--FUily ^ual-anteed ,;,Qkt6homa Tif-s & Supply Lfi ptijis; 1 weeks old. Make deer df fabblt dogs. JPhbhe ' 7*2547, tfbfie Feftd dornfjony. il-Ct o HEAB of cattle. Jetser , calves, heifer yearlings, inquire Mrs.' Maggie Davidson, Washington, Arkansas, 13'0t EVEN' head Jersey cows and Seven calves. If interested see O. L. ttarrlst Route 1, Hope, 7 miles South'on Highway 29. l(5-3t WonUdfoBuy WILL buy Farmall or, Cub tractor with'pick-up disk and mower.Musi be in good 'condition, and' priced right. Y. O. 'Ha\gler, Rosston Route' 2, near Bodcaw. ' <13-3t Services Off«r«d MATTRESS renovation and Inner- iprlnV.work. -Cobb Mattreis Co. 310 ''tSouth Washington. Phone 7-2622." •' lt , » ' ^Mar. 4-tf Mole Help Wonted HAZEL,. SOME AMBULANCE PHONE t-2123 AD-1 Mo, TF ,«SfttlBt3»l CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7'5505 for our agents J15-1 Mo. for Hint UNFUMNISHED hieht. Prfvate 3 room apart- bath, rent rea- BOftflle. 1311 West Avenue S. 10-Ct ro6m r fut-nJshed apartment, private entrance, garage, and JiU-ge closets. Phone 7-2119. 1002 West AVehUe fi. 13-3t room house, electricity, gas. Hear city limits. Old highway 67 East. Ph. 7-2243. IC-Gt LARGE house. Vacant September 1st, Wade Warren, Phone 7-2547 or 7-2005. . lG-6t NEW Duplex. Each three rooms with bath. Convenient, to shopping center, churches and business district. Phone 7-2285 for showing, 16-31 OVERSEAS jobs. High pay. South America, Alaska, Europe. Trave "•pald.-v'Self-addressed, stamped envelope brings details. Dept. 33-B, EASTLAND COMPANY, Box 1406, Los Angeles 28, Cali.' 16-it Young Golfer* Take to Albuquerque ALBUQUERQUE (/P) — Albuo^cf- que's mile-high altitude is proVfeg a boon to 190 teen-aged golfers starting qualifying play today f6r :He ninth annual International Jaycee .Junior Golf Tournament. Tournament activities officially started yesterday with a driving contest which saw 16-year-old Lee McGuire of LeavenwOrth, iCan., knock a ball 305 yards, tvvb feet. The distance was a record for thft contest, a regular pre-tournament feature. The 287 yards John Garrett of Houston, Tex., posted last year Was v the best previous effort. A dozen shotmakers bettered that yesterday. , Most of the players figUt-ed the thin air here added 20 or 25 yal*dj| to their drives. -''i'- : But in practice sessions, rribst of the boys reported they found the going rather toUgh on the 7,250-yard niversity of New Mexico course where the 72-hole medal play tournannent starts Wednesday. The boys shoot 36 holes of qualifying today and tomorrow . with the top 100 and ties entering the tournament proper. Those who failed to qualify will take part in a class B tournament. Legion Ploys 2 Games Here This Week Hope Legionnaires will tangle fclth Ashdown here tonight at 8 s»'clbck in a regular league .game at Fair park.' . . Wednesday night the . strong fcarksdale Field Flyers of'Shreve- wrt will come to Hope- for a no dop game. • " " Playoffs in the league will prob- Jly get underway next week. Wonted to Buy WILL buy Farmall or Cub tractor with pick-up disk and mower.' •Must be in good condition, and priced right. SI Y. O, Hagler, Rosston Route 2, near Bodcaw. 13-3t Notice 4 PEOPLE. ,$5.00j all rafriaeralod air, innersprings, foam pillov/s. ' N( all now court. C.' E. "trailer, , -zens And .National Bank. ^ N . '$J.OO' Referonces, Citl- GiH Takes Top Tennis Play Honors LITTLE ROCK — (ff\ A 15-year- old ; Little Rock girl captured sole possession of one crown and won a piece of two other titles in the finals of the Arkansas Closed tennis tournament here yesterday 1 Owen McHaney won the women's singles and was on the winning team in .the women's doubles anc mixed doubles divisions. In the men's- singles, a 35-year- old veteran of Arkansas tennis de- throne'd the defending champion, to win the title. Jay Freeman .of Little Rock upset C. J. Hixson of Fort Smith, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4. Hixson, a member of the Oklahoma A:& M College tennis team, beat Freeman in the finals last y t ear. "Miss• McHaney's clean sweep started with a 6-0, 6-4 victory over defending champion Virginia Higgins of Hot Springs in the Women's singles. .'..-. Then Miss McHaney teamed with Miss Higgins to defeat Delores Nunnally of El Dorado and Billy Gaines ^Mann of Oscepla in the women's doubles, final, 6-0, 7-5. Irj the- mixed doubles she teamed COTTON El Dorado Greenville Meridian , Monroe Pine Bluff Hot Springs STATES W L 72 S5 70 33 58 49 50 45 LEAGUE. Pet.- GB .C7S ''-,' .048; 2</ .542 14 .459 23.J .421 27,. 59 62 28 80 .259 44Vj LIONS ROAR iNTO FOOTBALL SEASON — Lew Carpenter of the Detroit Lions, plunges through for a touchdown In the third quarter of the 21st annual football opener, battled this year gt Soldier Field, Chicago, by the Lldnsand College A UStars, wjth the Lions roaring to a 31-6 triumph. All-Stars Crawford Mims (62), and Art Hunter (70), are left In the backwash of. the play, seen by over 93,000. — NEA Telephoto •/• - - ' : SPORTS ROUNDUP .By OAYLC TALBOT. s A-14-'m " Idvirfg" "elephants are evry simi lor.to fossil elephants such as the /nammoth and mastodon. _. i " i * *~ j*? f •Yesterday's Results •. Monroe 7, Hot Springs 2 Greenville 4, EL Dorado Meridian 8, Pine Bluff 3 By JACK'HAND For -Gayle Talbot NEW YORK — 'ffi This might give you an insight on Ted Williams, who has been . condemned publicly as hard to get along with, ill-tempered, and self-centered. In his comfortable home at Silver Springs, Md., a few miles outside of Washington, BillMc-Gowan, | the umpire is sitting out the rest i CHICAGO — Wl On a course 0. with Norman Rock to beat Clauson George of Little Kuechen- |«FRJOf RATION Mkt for Repoirs, Genuine Singer Ports, cuidreritcil machines I SJSGER Sewing' Center, meister of .Hot Springs and-Miss iiggins for the mixed doubles title, 2, 1-8, 6-4. •-••':-.' 'Hixson and Bill Bakei : of Fort mith won the men's doubles over harles' Cook and John Kane of ••ayetteviUe 0-3, (1-3. LOANS Hboe Builder's Supply Co. .Phone 7-2381 THE BEAUTY POX < t . '{Air-Conditioned" •• Open 6 day* each week 1 ' " V. ? • Operators , . . ..Ruth Hoelscher, Model James and Evelyn Moore /, ,UJJ $Q,uth ROLLER RINK ; -Open ^-7:45 • 10 p.^m.' • -MjSMte fpr'Health A^PMH — • 4 YOMHB * Old" ""' ' Fair Pork Prejcofr, Ark, TOP'S Claw Cut and Installed. Complete Re> pair*. New and U««d Parts. Highway 67 West Dial 7-27*7 Hppt, Ark. Eating At OAKS loft & Service Station TIRMITIS INSURED r« , MIPOtWROOKS Jr. Today's Games Monroe at Hot Springs El Dorado at Greenville Pine Bluff at Meridian AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit. Washington Boston Philadelphia Baltimore W 82 30 7-1 52 49 47 39 39 L 33 37 44 63 65 07 70 77 Pet. GB .713 ;'I .684 3 .(527 9'/ a .432 Stf'i .430 32'f. .412 3'4',% .330 43/T .336 43 V> Toski Wins Richest Golf Meet BY CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Sports in Brief Hope All-Stars Lose Out in State Finals Hope's peny League All-Stars, vent down in defeat in the cham- jipnship round of the State . Peny ..eague at Little Roek- befere a strpng Ship Ahoy team. The score was 8 tp 0. The Ship Ahoy, boys-went through n four games while 'the. final reund was the sixth..for Hope. The .ocal lads gained? the finals with a 15-9 win over "the; Little Rock Stockyards in a- .s'ertiifinal. losers' Bjr Unltid Pfess SATUR8AV NfcWPCt&T, R.t.—Ham Richard- -• son defeated Rex Hat-wig, 10-!!. 6-4, 6-4. and Straight Clarl: ousted Owen Williams, 6-1, 8-G, 2-6. to reach the finals at the Newport Tennis tournament. * ._D '•CHICAGO—Gene Littler shot a 08 to take the led; at the 54-hole mark irt the "world" .golf tournament with a total of 212 strokes. SARATOGA SPfelfoGS, N-.Y. — iTisherman defeated-Lychnvis in the Travets stakes and Royal Coinage [beat Pyrenees in the. Saratoga special at Saratoga; MAYS LANDING. N.J. — New" Dteafn wOn the first division of the Boardwalk Handicap and County Clare captured the second division at Atlantic City track. HALFlAX, • N^S. —Marlone SteW- art of Fonthill, Ont., won the Canadian Women's Amateur Golf title by defeating Mary Gay of Kitchener, ,Ont., 9 nnd 8, in the 3G- hole. final. j SUNDAY ' CHICAGO —Bob Toski of Livins- ston, N.J., shot a 72 in the final Bracket battle. Jirhm ed a three hitter for y»B ,'th Martin <hurl- .e locals. -'. : Don Dugan, a';big. strong, right- hander who had just turned throttled Hope with -one hit.' 15, round to win the tournament—$50,000 Yesterday's Results Cleveland 5-3, Baltimore 2-1 Detroit 2-8, Chicago 1-7 _ Washington 4; Philadelphia''! New .York 15, Boslqn U " ! -* Today's Games (No Games Scheduled) NATIONAL LEAGUE Greenville Closing in on Oilers By The Associated Press Second*place Greenville defeated irst-place El Dorado 4-0 yesterday .nd moved to within two nnd onc- lalf gomes of the Cottd|f States jeague lead. It ,vas ih'e Bucks' ^cond will in a rb\V ''OVe) 1 " the Oilers. Junior Griffith placed Greenville jatters with a two run triple in he eighth ^and a single.' Frank Valenga and Luther Tucker led El Dorado with two singles each. Two fast double plnys : by Buck infielders halted scoring threats by New York Brooklyn Milwaukee Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh W. 70 70 GG 55 56 54 44 43. L 44 45 47 57 GO 61 71 73 4 Pel. GB .014 • 009 .584 3!£ .491 14 | .483 15' .470 10'A .383 26'i .371 20 I FOR SCHOOL BUS PAINTING SEE JORDON'S BODY SHOP If 600 S. Walnut Yesterday's Results Pittsburgh 9-G, Philadelphia Brooklyn 9, New York 4 St. Loui-j 14, Cincinnati 12 ; Milwaukee 2, Chicago 1 S-fr of the season. The doctors sent Bill home from Chicago a few weeks ago with instructions to take a long rest. A re-examination in January will determine whether he returns to work again. As McGowan, a fiery little fellow who earne up tp the majors in 1925, is finishing his 30th year in thc : American League, it was a sev'c'rfe wrench to call it a season. There had been little publicity about 1 his illness. Bill just quietly slipped out Pf the box scores and Bill' Summers moved over from another city to take his place on a fpUr-mah team. Lakt \yeek.the phone rang at Mc> Gowan's home. It was Williams on the.-line. 'IHo'w're you feeling, No. 1?" he asked, "They tell me you'll be out for. the. rest of the year. Take it easy,and. donU rush it. Don't forget', you're:.still- No.il.".,. That was all. Just' a friendly phone' call, but McGowan couldn't have ,been more pleased if President Eisenhewer had called. "Imagine, tb.a.t-,'-' he commented over the phone. '"The greatest player in the league- calling up to see how I felt.": ' ' . ' " •' '•"•: McGowan alway.3 contended it was the "bushers 1 ' Who gave the umpires the most trouble, not the big stars of the; game. Joe DiMaggio never griped about a pitch, nor Williams. They are the real pros, the fellows who know if a pitch was close enough for an umpire to call, it was close enough to hit. , . where par' meant nothing, Bob Toski used one yesterday to win the equivalent of $50,000. His final round -of T-i — put together .the weirdest fashion in tournament historj' gave him the "World" title at Tarn O'Shanter and $50,000 in cash plus an exhibition contract worth just as much. The 127-pounder, at 27 the youngest Tarn winner, settled for a 72 Today's Games Philadelphia at Brooklyn (Only Game Scheduled) SOUTHERN New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis . iittle Rock Nashville Vlobile. ASSOCIATION ii W L Pet. GB .78 52 ,600 -, 76 f>3 .589 1«(, Watermelon Stand S- CURVE 3rd & Shover Watch Repair Guaranteed Pre- School Special. Bring your watch in Keith's Jewelry For Complete Parts and New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phone or Writ? Fallin Tractor Co, Ark, , 689 Bte-T-Mite BeHle one) Termite Control Service and Operated by All Cwitpmeri are Iniwred .71 65 64 54 52 52 57 62 '04 73 75 70 .555 ,500.425 22 "/a .409 24^ .407 25 Yesterday's Results i Birmingham 1-3, Nashville 0-5 Atlanta fi, Chattanoogu 2 Little Rock 4, Mobile 0 New Orleans 3-7, Memphis 0-4 Lennon Needs Three Homers for Record Today's Games Chattanooga at Atlanta Nashville at Birmingham Little Rock at Mobile (2) Memphis at New Qrluans By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American Association Minneapolis 15, Toludp ft' Louisville 3-2, St. Paul 2-1 ond game, 13 innings Charlestori 5, Indianapolis 2 Kansas City 9-2, Columbus 3-3 Texas League San Antonip 2-3. Dallas 1-0 Beaumont 6, Tulsa 3-12 innings Houston 6, Fort Worth 5 Oklahoma City 8, Shreveport 7 sec Py-The Associated Press Bob Lennon, who noc>cis only three': home runs to break the Southern. Association'record of 52, is having trouble lately getting even a single. The big Nashville outfie'dcr hasp't homered in tne last eight games ancl is hilless in his- last 15 at bat. He went zero for seven hole score of 274; This was 14 strokes under par, with brilliant rounds of 67-6-70 and the finale of par 72. By one stroke he beat out Earl Stewart Jr., the money-hungry 54- hole leader from Dallas, who blew to a closing 74. and Jack Burke Jr., also a Texan, who did the last 18 in 69. Each of the runners, who locked with 275, collected $7,500 as shares of a $150,000 purse distribution. The qry Toski, registering from Livingston, N. J., never, will forget that closing .72 as long as , he lives. He started out the last round with birdies on four of the first five holes. Then suddenly, he began to look ' like you and me. The roof fell in with a triple bogey 7. He parred .the next three for a 35 against standard 3'i for the front nine. At this point — 03 holes — he totaled 237, Stewart, 236, and Burke, 240 with a front nine of 34. After salvaging a par 5 on the long 64th from a trap, Toski bogied four holes in a row by wandering into sand and missing short putts. At this time 63 holes — he had used iip 261 strokes in all while Burke and Stewart were deadlocked at 258: While Stewart 'went for a birdie 4 on the 69th, Bijrke drove put of bounds and 'took a 6. Toski hit a perfect drive; stuck a No. 4 wpod 12 feet from the cup and holed Down Under U -f* I J-'k'U • Golomme SaysGolpna By BO BTHOMAS . HOLLYWOOD W—"American entertainers can find,-a gold mine Down Under, • report.-? Jerry Colonna, just back from a tour of Australia. , '. ; • , '•'•'.•',. "They're fabulous,", said' the zany comic, speaking .of .the Australian fans. "They're 10(J per cent more responsive than a GI ^audience, |f you can imagine that. >' , "American .audiences "are the •toughest. No matter who you are, they'll sit out-there :and do ncthing until-you've proved; ypursejf. The crowds in -England'-, ace ,:i little better. They 'aTeounresponsiverat first. But once they get to _like;'y6«, you're in.' You cari : 'do no wrong. "Australians are v wild from the start. I've 'never .heard such'.a .reaction. They'll listen to your whole! world" golf ^ T cash nrtcl a $50,000 exhibition contract with ,a 72'hole total of 274. Patty Berg of Chicago won the women's pro division and 85,000 with-a last round 76 r for a 298. NEWPORT, R.I. —Ham Richard- $ son of Baton Rouge. La., won th'o Newport Tennis tournament by defeating Straight Clark of Pasadena, Calif.', 6-3, 9-7, 12-14, 0-8, 10-U. : MANCHESTER, Mass. — Betty Roscnquest Pratt of Jamaica, B.W.I., won the Essex Country Club Women's Tennis title by defeating Barbara • Scofield Davidson of Milwaukee, 7-5, 2-0,.• 0-1.. next Saturday. Play in the women's spftball tournament f tarts UP night, and .ends-Friday. r ' ; '-"" Here are the •scores : from the men's f gaines yesterday:;,-- k'.' : - : - Wilsdn Lettering of'.Little' Ro'ck routine and then want more. "At one show I had to explain that other entertainer.-! werfi waiting to BO. But they yelled. 'Do it again. They wanted to do my whole act all over again!". , . I saw brush-faced Colonna at his comfortably Laurel • Canyon home upon his return. Offstaac he Ms far different from the wacky ch.y- acter he Jong played with Bob Hope. He is quiet, soft-spoken and^ almost shy. The- pop-eyed •'extrovert with the sirenlike • voice is sirictly a stage character. Jerry went to Aiistralia with." a .show that included '. Artie Shaw, Ella Fitzgerald and Buddy 'Rich. They played three days in Sydney, two in Melbourne and onn in Br.is- barie. It was an experiment by- a group of promoters.' • We played in fight arenas wjth capacities .up to 11,000." the come- • ' were 7. Batesville . 1. . . . V/crthen Bankers 1 .of 'Little .Rook 10, .Merchants National / Bank ; ! of Fort Smith 0. •",'•', ': McMillan ' Q:l Co! of 'Nbrphlctt-a, Ace. MilkCd. ., of /Fort .-Smith' 0. Pan: , A.TH.: of ; El.; Dora'do 12, M.er, chants National ; ; B:ank' of Fort Smith 0. ••:". '-.- ' '' . •• • Liitle Rock Knights of Coliimbus 1, Acee Milk Co. of 'Fort Smith ; 0. Diamond Alkali of .Pino . Bluff 10, Hammond .Paper Bag Co., of.'P.lne Bluff; 5. . ' ••-" '.-:; .dian; yepo£ted. "The -,' , about seven-eights- full.' ''Our only poor, houses were the first day. in Sydney when Ella couldn't appear because of a dealy. in Honolulu. " The tour cost $90,000 alid brought in around $79,000.. But 'the promoters wore h.eartened .by Ihe results, having spent: lavishly to see if such tours we're; practical. They are convinced and plan to send regular shows, perhaps touching bjher countries. The next-troupe is^ expected to include Johnny Ray, Peggy Ryan, R.ay., McDonald and comic Dave Barry. • • in yesterday's Birmingham, cloubleliencler with but light • hittin Buster Boguskie, the Vols' second baseman, stroked a three-run homey in the last ining of the nightcap -ib ..give Nashville a 5-3 victory and a tickul out of the cellar! .'Birmingham- won. the opener 1-Q on u home run by Shortstop gob Kline: Mobile fell into eighth place by getting oijly three singles off Jim Bunnjng ii) a 4-0 loss to Little ROpk', Atlanta defeaturl Chattanooga ..6-2, ancl the Now Orleans Pelicans' widened their league • lead over Atlanta to IV> games by sweeping a doubleheader from Memphis 3-2 and 7-4. Bunning's shutout was the 13ih the Oilers. Meridian defeated Pine Bluff J3-3 in Meridian, and Monroe defeated Hot Springs 7-2 in Hot Springs. Pitcher Hal Cpttle sparked the Meridian win. He struck put Pine Bluff batters, Jut a and didn't walk a man, Ronnie PHtman hit a twp singles to lead Meildigjj terg. Mpose Shetler- tripled. Bluff's shortstop Gen-3 Oden hpme run. B,ob Nor>1en provided the Wining hqmer in \i\tt th.ivd H»e bases \veru empty, Mavin^ovich's homer ihree run,s ta the ninth. Th,? PatHers scored in the P.Q an error. Pltphec B4 " victory for the tall Little Rock righthander, ife wUked eight bat- 'ters,'.but Mobile left 11 baserun- Sners stranded/ Little Reck completed its scoring in the second inning on a twp-run homer by R. C. Otoy. Three singles arid a sacrificp fly brought the first two Travruns jn the first. Home runs by Chuc.kJTanner and Jaek Parks carried Atlanta to its ninth' consecutive home victory over Chattunpoga. Memphis Lefthander Tom Flanig^n yielded only five hits in the opener at New Orleans, but the ecpnomical Pels left only two men on base, the putt for an eagle 3. This. tied him with Burke a; 264, while Stewart jockeyed ahead with 2C2. On the ! 215-wide 70th, Stewart overshot the green, stubbed a chip shot and finally took a 5. Burke and Toski parred in 3s. Stewart, who was behind the other two, parred the 71st and also took a 4 on the 72nd after failing to sink a i3-foot putt for a birdie 3 and took 275, • ' Burke and Toski each took 4 on the 71st. :. On the final hole ..Burke parred with 4, two-putting from 20 feet. Toski planted his approach eirfht feet from the pin. He rammed in the putt for a birdie 3^ and it was all over. . Lloyd M a n g r u m took four Lloyd M a n g r u m took fourth place with 277 and Walter Burjie- took fifth with 278. Other "World" champions crowned were; Women pros Worth $5,000 4- Patty Berg with a 6-uuder-par 298, three strokes ahead of Louise Suggs. batted in another in th,e second Top Progromi - tfl Selected pro- \vopa 8owi; 8:3,0 10 ttVJ NRC of Rplly Women amateurs Mickey Wright of San Piego \vith 309, t\yo ahead of defending champipn "Wiffi" Smith, Men amateurs, Frank Stranahan, for Ihe fifth .straight time, with 184, one stroke ahead ol Arnold Palmer of Cleveland,' Second Round in Softball Meet BLUFF, (/P)- All first secon4-.round play eftded yesterday in the State Men's Softball Tournament The, toj,irn,afflien,t will continue trey's Scouts; 8:30 Qjjng busters. 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