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" ' HOP! STAR, HOPE,ARKANSAS tdtv, SepremSc-r 7, 19S4 Tuesday, "Sepfember ^, s T A R , Irf o P i, v (',. SSIF1ED ^'In Office Day Before Publication OAKCftESf INSURANCE ND & HAZEL o« ,5De per irj bbov* 'or* »or wn- i (tisertlef*. Ifrcflutof «rf iklp- 'ay rot«. eopy ,,. . for (tloh )M ,fe1tew!rtf day, ubttiHbra reserve We right to ertls4sment« of- and to reject |t*|«ttid(iolil« advertising tub- ot *r>or« tetturt, sitch o* hous* or fcount o» ona word. *.Star will not 1* f«sp.on-. W1» -In Won» Ad« unlei* »; 6w, called to our attention SftlRCT Insertion 'of ad and th*n JljlLV ^h« ,QNE,Incorrect ln»*rtlon Viij ^ r January J»«Verf'tweekdav afternoon by -*** 'tfteh&^M, . Socv"tr«i. ' ' >ulbllikSr * Meehjl SUOt;' 1 " „ Wr'ed-'os" igtond"'i:lasi moftef •at itatv&fti**; <*t ; H °p«i A'^wft 1 "' " ' of~Moreh 'j b«k; of "the Audit BuriOu tlfeulatoitr"-^' > Ascription * Rates -(payable In ad- S«'wp ', vanee); B&«,Ai « • Hoi pg-.j ind -ndohborlng IE==35^ r Advcrtlilng ' Rcprcs«ntativei: »«ii)tDal|leS/ Ihe.; 1AQ2 Sferlck m |M0mphls 2, '.Tenn.; 505 Texas,, " fj -'*~""- " ^Wos; 360^ N. J." IH-i .60, E. N. V.! >1763 t,2, Press is entitled ex- "/1he use for republlcatfon news Printed in this renovation and Infler- e work- Cobb M&ttre»* Co. Slf) , South Wdsblngton. Phon* MSr. 4-tf Funeral Directors HOME AMBULANCE PtlONE 7-2123 AIM 'MO, tP COttNELlUS - BURtATj ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for duf agents A23-1 Mo. For Sole Notice 'MEM if you are willing to give up your holfday to investigate this opportunity you may be the man 1 am looking for. I am prepared lo teach 'eight neat appearing, intelligent men a business where they can expect to earn better than $100.00 per week with no layoff period. Must be willing and able to work eight hours daily, six days a week. This is no soft job, but you are well paid for what you do. We .prefer married men with ca^S between the ages of 25 and 55. 'If you feel yon can qualify, pfeas^^rife to Sales ' Manager, C'tirp. P. , . O. iJox 1222 s , 'Srtobraclo, Ark. for an appointment,'' 1-Gt for Rent FOUR room house, .unfurnished. Large garage, nice yard. 112 W. 18lh. Phone 7-4426. 2-Gt CAUTION Don't oVfiflftok the 'Pre-Labor Day ,;TIRE SALE Get a new tire & tube for less than the regular-coat •> of a new tire at - / -""OKlohbmo Tfre '& Supply' lOOD, gentle saddle horse. Sad- "dlei-tind bridal ; Included. Phone 7-3701 or 7-2437. Cline Franks. GODBOLD Apartments. Nicely furnished 3 rooms and breakfast nook. Private bath and carport. Vz block from town. Adults only. 321 West Second. Call 7-3314. 4-31 TWO bedrooms, unfurnished, close in. good neighborhood. Phone 7. 3205. 4-31 THftEE room unfurnished apartment, porch, completely private 503 W. D.- G-3t See Alex Franks, vision, Close-In. Good Used TELEVISION SETS ' Ri?cil Bargains at JANE'S CAFE Washington, Ark. 2-6t 20' x 30' frame building. Pittsburgh * water heater. ,£oll 7 : 2763 or write B. O. Clark, 2l8.JE?richard. 3-Gt CLEAN "1935 Ford in good condi- ""t'itfn. SifeTA'rlis Smith. Emmet. "Ark, Hi"",;.',', . ' , , 4-3t ANOTHER house for rent near Brookwood School. • Call 7-3390. 0-3t UNFURNISHED apartment, 3 large rooms, privte, bath, corner 5th and Spi'uce. Call 7-435G. G-3t UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment, $25 a month, bills paid. 808 W. 4th. Phone 7-3152. G-t£ Wanted BROWN'S •''downtown "Brown Derby"' 'CafeT* newly redecorated, ample seating capacity, fully stocked, good living for man and ,jyife team, See Brown at Brown's . r B27Truck Stop. Stamps, Ark. G-Gt 10 BOYS to deliver /heralds on "Duel In The Sun" starting Sunday at the Saengcr. Contact Saen- gcr Manager • G-tt Milwaukee Goes Ahead of Brooklyn By BfeN PHLEGAR Associated press Sports Writer Thercs >i new isam in second alace in the National League. The amazing Milwaukee Braves edged ahead of Brookwood yesterday on the strength of a nint---g"arrtc winning .streak ah'l Broklyns,.first doublehea'der loss to Pittsburgh .in '/jts seasons. . •Tlie New York Giants now lead Milwaukee by only four lengths and Brooklyn by fire. Cleveland .in...-tho American League now lends tho New York Yankees by 4\<i games. The Tn- jians ran their snas-tn's winning totnl to D!3 games. No Cleveland tenm ever has won mnro. There's a new leader in the American League batting race Bobby Avila, Cleveland's hustling second baseman, caught Irv Noren of the Yankees with four hits Sunday and passed him with foui more yesterday. He's hitting .337 to Norcn's .333. In yesterday's, games Milwaukee defeated Chicago 13-2 and 6-1 Pittsburgh beat Brooklyn 9-6 in 12 innings and 0-7. The: Giants- whipped P hiladclphip B-4. but Rob in Roberts came back to win his 2o"th game in the nightcap 6-4 in 11 innings. St. Louis bumped Cin cinati 8-1 in a single ..game. '• : : Bob Lemon of the Indians be came the first pi toner in cilhoi league to win 21 games, beatint Baltimore G-l in tho fk-.it gnme Then the Oiioles carnc-luck to'nil tho Indians 3-1 in '30 inmings: The Yankees came from behmc to edge Boston 0-5 in the fi game but blew a 7-0 load and; los Chicagi Help Wanted $100- CASH,, small monthly pay* rrtents buys 2 bedroom modern ^, "acre land, call, 7-4308. B-3t -*,•..-*• n r ~ . ^. C.-.MAC'S RESTAURANT SALE SED FURNITURE CO. for Sale ^vyv 9»*Wfl!nt*t , jjrfjfej 1 ^..M. __j~l t" j -* TOP'S Repairs New and • Used Parts. -, Highway 67 -West , pe, Ark, „ ServiceStatioi i Mut"^"A A<4JI bO EM t -+Mit "Spot on Hfg ' 4 top local bus„ , ,. lie best irt tpur- Jst traae./'Due to ilfhealth we are ' offering our busi- 1 j'liess at a*s;a,'9t;!i:ic.c Price, '- Res(nurant-) is fully.' air- conditioned, tip top equipment, newly decorated, 05 seating capacity, Ideal lo- v ,.cotipn n,ex{ door to.new 17 ";Uhlt tnotcl^A natural money • maker. • „'• t For 'information phone 7-3851 or Write ' H; A: M'cGARTY, • 409 East Third Street, Hope, Arkansas DO YOU want spare time work? Man or woman, young or old. don't waste your time, it is valuable. Supplement your income or pension. Diversified interesting work. No .selling or soliciting. Operating route of new type vendors. Accounts established for you. To qualify must have good characters references,. 5 to G hours a week: .to devote* to the business, $475.- to $950 working capital required, which is fully secured. If you can start at once, and have the above qualifications, write to Box^SG, .Glcnwood, Ark., give phone number for prompt interview.-^-^" ^ - $<,-"' 1-Gt the nighcap 8-7. Detroit won two from .0-1 and 3-2 the second game going 10 innings. ..... : Washington defeated Phil'adq phiu 8-1 and the Athletics sh'adb'd the ' Seniors 3-2 for a split. HIS HONOR GETS THE -BIRD-r-Ju.dge Beverly Boushe, oE Memphis, Tenn., was looking up a point o£ law when an unexpected visitor came through the window. His Honor vows it is not a stool pigeon, as the bird which lit on his shoulder had very little to say. SPORTS ROUNDUP . By OAYUK TALBQ1 NEW YORK When a pro- Eddie 'Mathews, now fully I'ecoy- ered after being sidelined for al-, : most two weeks by injuries sparkled in the Milwaukee, triumphs. He hit his 3:'Hh home run. n double and six singles and walked -once before finally being 'retired in his last time at tat. ,,,-i The on. rushing Braves drew, the day's largest crowd — -13,207 —and ran their season's total attendance to 2,001,091, Taops in both leagues. Only the Yankees and Indians ever have drawn more than. two.-, million fans in a year. Roberts, the Phillies' ,:-sti-ong- 7-Ot BEEFS r t EAD YEGGS fcAWTON, Okla., (UP> — Police earched today for the "beefsteak eggs' 1 J whb"' packed prime cuts round a s'afe before blowing it ven, \1#H The explosion splattered the g^ ery "With-, bits-of stcok yesterday nd the isafeerackers escaped with 4,000. Lost TITLE for 1949 Ford. Return to Alfred West, 310 S. Washington for reward*. ' , . .; 4-6t The Negro Commiinity By Helen Tut-ner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks! Funeral Home Fall Line" Just Arrived , See The Newest In Men* Wear .< As Low as $54,6Q Tom Main Street Tailor Shop feyers ^[ate.rmelon Stand *CURVE 3rd ,& Shovei Bright Light Chapter 1422 Order of the Eastern Star will hold its regular meeting Thursday, September 7, at 0:30 p. m. at the regular meeting place. All members are urged to be present business importance. armed righthander, became the first pitcher since Carl Hubbell if> reach the 20-game mark in fivfe consecutive seasons. He made_-...it vhen fleet-footed .Richie' Ashburn campered home 'from second base -n an infield single by Granny •Jamner. Trailing by five runs early in he game, the Pirates beat tha Dodgers in the first conies when Billy Loes walked two men in the 2th with the bases loaded and Curt Roberts laid down a squeeze junt which scored a third man. Five runs in the. first inning :igainst Don Newcombe put the Pirates pn the winning trail in the econd game and tiio Dodgers :ouldnt catch up despite home runs by Roy Campanella Jackie Robinson and Sandy Amoros. At Baltimore, Lemons hitting support in the first game came mainly from Al Smith, \Vho banged ,wo doubles and two single:--. Dick fessional promoter poos looking for work, things are ba.d. Jack Kramer, the tennis tycoon, says his racket is so dead .frr' the time being that, with a fourth child coming soon and one thing and another, he's open to any reasonable offers. "I've found that the public does not just want to se the best, the former worlds champ said glumly. "Its g.ot lo v have a new young player to get excited about every so often, and there isn't one of that kind around now ur over, in sight. I've got to find something else to do. . 'Tony Traberl asked me for advice and 1 gave it t.) him. I toid him to forget about . turning pro- now or any time soon. O f course if he should- help win back 'the Davis Cup i.his winter, and then win both Wimbledon aad our National Championships next • summer, would 'be different. He would be an attraction then, but I couldn't use him or anybody else now. There's nobody with any record. So t he immediate ' pickings' .look lean from -Pan oho Seguva, Frank Sedgman and Panr.ho Gonzales, whose -pockets Kramer has thickly lined with his tours. "the past two winter's. No, one 4iqpytes that th|y are ' the .'greatest 'tehri'is'-.-playersJ^in of CUSTOM SUUGHTERING cut and wrapped for deep freeze. Beef for Peep Freeze to 35 pent;, Ralph Montgomery Mkt, Phone 7-8361 Back in the; United States after nine month cruise in the Far East aboard the U. S. N. Harric E. Hubbard Ship is Willie C. .Bowles, S/2C is the son of Ml', and Mrs. Chavlie Bowles of McNab.- Willie C. was discharged from the. Navy on August 11, after spending foui years in service. He along wjth Perk Scott of McNab and Miss Maxine Ray ot Texarkana motorec home for a few days. Bowles have now returned to Los, Angeles Calif., where he has accepted a job with the North American Air Plane Factory. Southern Winds Up Season Udders in the Major- Leagues ^y the Dissociated Press AMERICAN LEAGUe Batting (350 at bats) Avillla, !leve1and .337; Noren, New York 333; Minoso, Chicago. "23; Fox, Chicago, .321; ' Berra, New York.. . , ... 308; Williams. Boston, .358 f321 at wrote a new home run record with " " an amazing total of 64 and Glenn By Th« Assiciated Press Attendance was down in nil but a few spots, but the Southern Association wound up one o£ the old league's most spectacular seasons yesterday. Atlanta staged t> breathless stretch drive and ' wrested the pennant from talent-rich New Orleans in the last v.-fok of the campaign: Nashville's Bob Lcnnon bats).,,, '.',.--. RknS; Batted In — Doby, Clove- and.' : l!2 Berra, New York 108; Jensen, Boston, 107; Minoso, Chicago, 104; Mantle, New York, 9(1. Thompson of -Atlanta set a now strikeout record by famm; 10 Now Orleans Pelicans Aug. 20. In windup games, Mobile beat to Home Runs — Doby, Cleveland. Atlanta 3-1 and 11-f): Chattanooga 30; Mantle, Now York, 27; Wil-, took t_wo from Little Rock 4-3 and iams, Boston. 26; Jensen, Boston. ft 4 <^ ;o. o' ;c "P WfcV NWHAT'SfHE jll'C .WHEN-A WOMAN ( IS HOUSE CLEANING, EVERVTHINGTHAt NATIONAL LEAGUE New r York Milwaukee Brooklyn Philadelphia Cincinmati St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh W L 80 iiO 81 54' 81' 56 " '65' 70 03 72 02 74 03' 80 48 89 Pet. GB .630 o :5QO 4 .591 5 .481 20 .474 21 .436 23>.-i .40 28', 2 .350 38 Rosen, Cleveland and Sievcrs, Washington. 23. Stolen Bases — Jensen, Boston. 20; Minoso, Chicago, 10; .Rivera. Jhicago, 'Jacobs, Philadelphia ahd Busby, Washington, In. Pitching .(10 decisions}—Con?uc gra; Chicago, 16-;), .842: Feller, Cleveland. 12-3. .MOO; Reynolds, New York, 11-3. .7156: Lemon. Ueveland, 21-6, .778; Lopal, New York, 12-4, .750. Strikeouts Turlpy, Baltimore, 151; Trucks,' Chicago. 141; Wynn Cleveland, 132; Pierce, Chicago, 123; Harshinan, Chicago, 110. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting (350 at bats) — Sncder, Brooklyn, .349; Mays New York .342; Musial. St. Louis, .338; Mueller, New York, .331; Kluszcwski, Cincinnati. 330. Runs Snider, Brooklyn, 112; Musial, St. Louis, 111; Mays, New York. 103; Ashburvi, Philadelphia 102; Hodges, Brooklyn and Moon St. Louis, 07. Runs Batted In — Kluszcwski incinnati' 119; Musial, St. Louis 117; Hodges, Brooklyn 115, Sni der, Brooklyn 114; Enis, Philadelphia, 109. 8-2; New Orleans swept n doubleheader from Birm-mclinni 7-1 nncl 8-6, and Nashville and Memphis divided a pair after Memphis won Sunday's suspended gavno in the start of a rccorcl-bronkinj? "iriplc- headcr." After takinr. the suspended game 0-3, the , Chick-, lost the egular scheduled fir fiamc S-Y nnd von the nightcap 6-5. Irish Tenor AriisWer id 1pre"vious "'Puzzle"; Yesterday's Results' St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 1 Pittsburgh 9-9, Brooklyn (i-7 New York 8-4 Philadelphia 4-5 Milwaukee 13-G, Chicago 2-1 Today's Games New York at P h i 1 a dclphia (night) (Only game scheduled) Cleveland New York Chicago Boston" •'.. AMERICAN LEAGUE Q L Pet. GB •the ' World'' today and thats .tha Detroit troubl£. Nobody wants to see them prove ?it-again until another amateur With muscles comes along. Loking to the" dtsHant future, perhaps, Kramer shas spent .the past six weeks chaperoning and coaching a group of promising kids from all-over the country. He vol- untered to- do this Inst January, and a; lot'of folks thought the big guy wa's :just loking for some publicity ior his pro troupe. If he we no he got a surprise, because the Gawn Tennis Assn. took him up on it. "My idea was, and still is, that if were ever going to catch up with-'the''Australians again were going to have to at least try to match their training program for young playors, Jake said. "I must Washington hiladelphia Baltimore Kryhoskis bases-loaded single in have caugnt our officials at abcut the 10th ining of the nightcap pre-, ine time tney wo ,. e 1 . ea ]i z i,, g it vasn't good enough to sponsor a iO-called Junior Davis Cup squad made up of boys of J8 and MATTRESSES Rebuilt en Msde Int9 nnvrfprlni Qnt p»y Service Furnlturt I Mottrtti Ct, 9, Plp> Struct GROWN WI5TIRN SHARES ftPlvirf KM inf«mrFii« L,;rr •»* sumus • ' Hi P. Cannon has returned to his home in Tucson, Ariz., after spending several weeks with his mother, Mrs, Temmie Cannon, and other relatives, Rev. and Mrs. J. L, Council and daughter, Mrs. Maggie Hutson, Mrs. Butler Furifoy and daughter of Fort gmith spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs.- Craton Epp? and mo ther. Mrs. Sanimie L. Hendrix has home after spending vented a Cleveland sweep. Andy Careys biises loaded single in the last of the ninih climaxed the Yankees uphill -jlimb against Boston in the opener at Yankee Studium. Jimmy Piersalls two-run homer in the eighth gave the Red Sox the runs they needed to capture the second game. Ted Williams collected four straight hits in the nightcap and six during the afternoon. Ned Gavver held the White Sox lo four hits in Detroits first victory. Harvey Kuen singled homo the winning run in the 1.0th ining of the second game- after Minie Minoso.had tied the score in the ninth with a homer. Harvey Haddix of the Cardinals won his first game since July 30 and his 10th of the sor.son in beating Cincinnati on eight hits. Ted Kluszewsld, the majors leading home run hitter, was sidelined with a swollen ankle. Mickey Vornon drove in five runs with a home run, a triple and ; single in Washington*; -victory. El mer Valos eighth-ining triple scored Bill Wilson with ihe vun that gave the Athletics a split. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press NEW YORK Teddy Red Top few days with Mrs. Alberta John" son in East St. Louis, Illinois. Miss, Joy of Richmond, Calif,, has bpen the, house guest o] her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Evans. Miss Evans left Tuesday night for Omaha, Neby., to visit her sister, Mrs. Thelma &nijght, and other Relatives. < Nels,on has returned home alter spending severa.1 months in City. Mo., Bobeyt is the son of Mrs. Almedia Jones he will enter Shorter College in, Little Rock, Edward Bradford o| Los , Calif., yis hei ' e ed'the following people: Reed; 01- years old. It the Junior Davis Cup jers have produced an outstand- ng player I dont koow who he At any rate, for six weeks a pro- Jesional promoter has been carting a pack of lively kids all around the Eastern circuit, in station wagons, seeing, that they received plenty of good competition every clay and giving them all ihe coach ing he could. Big Jake looks a trifle worn as he parts company with them 1 now, but he says lies game to come back fo.v move n summer. So, he . scys, is Holidaj magazine, which put up the monej for the experiment. 98 40 :93 .44 87.. 52. 61 75 61 76 53 7!! 46 91 45 93 .710 .'79 4>A .226 ll'A .445 26 1 .426 39 ,336 511 .326 53 & PRACTICAL JOKE SAN RAFEIL, Calif. (UP'> — Marin County police today fought the "wise guy" who put a detour ign on the Sir 'Francis Drake highway over the weekend steering holiday .traffic through an abandoned railroad tunnel. ACROSS I Irish tenor, 9 Edudational group (ab.) 10 Softened oath i He isTradfo- " Fen »' nln « television • appellation 13 Form a notion 12 Bamboolike 14 Interstice grass 15 Divisions of 19 Scottish long poems sheepfold 16 Kind of plant 2 * Black birds 22 Before 31 German river 45 Chilean Philco Air-Conditioners One of Arkansas' Most Complete TV Repair Shopi ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. Phone 7^2629 114 S. Elm a Home Runs Klus/cwski, Cincinati, 44;xMays, Now York, 39: Hodges. Brooklyn and Saucr, Chi- cafio, 37; Mathcws, Milvvaukoo, 35. Stolen Bases — Srulon, Milwaukee 31; Fondy, .Chicago 20, Tompie, Cincinnati and Moon St. Louis 17; Matthews, Milwaukee Ashburn Philadelphia anrl Jabionski, St. l-oiiis, 9. Pitching (10 decisions) Antonelli, Ne\v York, 20-4, .833; Loes, Brooklyn 11-4, 733; Hughes, Brooklyn, 8-3,'.727; Wilhoim New York, 10-4, .714. - - ^ Strikeouts Haddix., .St. Louis, 165; Roberts, Philadelphia, IG4; Erskine -Brooklyn, 147; Antonelli New Yoi-k, 125; Spahn. Milwaukee, 122. ED JUSTUS STUDIO I have moved my studio to 109S. Elm Street (Formerly Keith Jewelry Location) Phone 7-3890 Yesterday's Results Washington 8-2, .Philadelphia 1-3' New York 6-7, Boston 5-8. Cleveland 6-2,- Baltimore 1'3 Detroit 9-3,' Chicago 1-2 Today's Gamps Philadelphia at Washington (Only game scheduled)' SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta Orleans Birmingham Memphis Ihattanooga jittle .Rock Nashville Mobile Pet. GB .010 .593 2 •W L 94 00 02 62 31 70 iO 7rc .519 14 75 7 .497 30 04 00 ,4'!fi 30 64 00 .41(5 30 03 '91 . ,409 31 Rubber Workers Vote to End Strike ARSON;--Ohio "Ml" Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. employes vote here today on an agreement to end a CIO' United Rubber Workers strike which starloa Aug. 12. The 10,000 Firestone workers her and about 15,500 in seven other cities are expected to give near unanimous approval to a proposed contract' which provides average jay increases of 6U? cents hourly. Average hourly pay' had been $2.10. " % . ' The new .contract, which the union said "adjusts !!9 inequities," was agreed upon in Cleveland Iftst Saturday night after weeks of no gotiations. Other cities with Firestone plant are Des Moines, • Los Angeles, Memphis, Fall River. Mnss.; PHts- town,'Pa., find New Castle and Noblesville, Ind. Yesterday's Games . Memphis 5-7-6, Nashville 3-8-5 (First game uhfiniKhed game of September 5- '• Chattanooga 4-8, Little Rock 3-2 Mobile 3-11, Atlanta 1-8 5''Sarnes No Games Scheduled Play-Offs Start." COTTON STATES LEAGUE (Play-Off) W L Pet Greenville El Dorado 1 1 1 1 .500 .500 Cancer of the stomach is unusually common in Japan and Indonesia. Nonwhite mothers in the United States are about one-fourth more likely to bear twins than are whit- The United Nat jons Food and Agriculture 'Organization is studying preparations from soy-beans peanuts 'and fish as substitues foi milk in the feeding of children. Davis, 133;/i, Hartford, Con., out- pointed Armancl Suvoio, 130, Monti eal, 11). Biooklyn Ted Olio, J63y 4 , Milwaukee, and Jesse Turner, \ 159, St. Louis, fought 10-round draw. LOS Angujes Dickie Wong, 141; Honolulu outpointed Frankje Cockrell, HU, Los Angeles, 10. Fred Moore and family in Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Burton of Magnolia and Mr Bradford's lather, William Bradford in El Dorado. Rev. P. E. Turnei will preach at Bethel Baptist Church Sunday, September 12, at }1 a. m. Mr. ?nd Mrs. Raymond E. Williamson announce the arrival of a baby boy p,aturd^y, September 4- Sexos Captures National Tit le By ED CORRIGAN FOREST HILLS, N..Y.J/PI Vic Seixas victory in the National Tennis Championship after trying for' 14 years;* djdn't seem lo impress anyone^ ;;S§ut' : iti accomplished; one end. 1 T^'e ivaan't ;\\ word today about tli^ h^ndsorne Philadelphian not ^layiijf! 'sniglet, o>i the Davis Cup t.qu"ad (hi& Yesterday's Results Greenville 10, El Dorado 6 (Best of seven tied at 1-1) Todays Oames . . Greenville at El Dorado Until-he whipped Auiti'alia's Rex Hartyvig 1 i" Wt final 3-6, U-2, 0 4, G-4 yesteiclay, Seixaj" nuii't seemed tp be an. anathema with the m.oguls of the ynited Spates Lawn Tennis Assn, They agreed Tony' Trabert would be the No. 1 man, but a- halt-dozen different names were mentioned for No. 2. None was Seixas.. Top Radio Programs YORK ' grams tonight: NBC — 7:30 — Selected pro- Craig; 8 Dragnet: 8:35 Crimp and Peter Chambers. CBS 7 People $w> Funny; 7:30 Stop the Mime 8:30 Jack Carson A.JJC - 6;30 Silver Eagle; 8 Town 7 Spjuump Mystery; 8; 90 /i^lT'? By The Associated Press American Association Columbus 3-1, Charleston 2-2 1st 15 innings. Indianapolis 7-8, Kansas City 6- St. Paul 6-11, Minneapolis 2-6 Louisville 9-5, Toledo 3-i VVpstern Ireagwe ..' , Pueblo i-7, Colo>'adn t Sp\ings 1-1 Omaha '?, Des Moin^^; J Wichita 5. Denver 3^ ( .; Sioux City 8, Lincoln 1 Girl Mqtadora Still Critical PEL RIO, Tex, (UP) Maladora Patricia MpCormicK remained in critical condition today from wounds suffered when a .bull gored her Sunday in the ring at Ciudad Acuna, MOXJCQ. The pretty, blonde 24-year-old Miss McCprmick made the mistake of turning her back on the bull to bow to the crowd's applause. The bull unexpectedly turned, charged the former avjt student and gored her jn the groin. Miss McCormiel? was rushed acrpss the Rio Cv«Wte. Weeding profusely Ivom, the deep wou,r\d, and Pr. T, M. ^ohjison pevfwnwd an §t D«l 1 VINE RIPENED TOMATOES !b.l5c U.S. NO, 1 PEACHES BUTTIR BEANS PEAS ; Come Ogt and See Us Ml ^Bk ^^ip^" ^^^F ^Bl^' HB^B H^^ H|^W & SON 901 West 3rd Street HUNTING SEASON Is just around the corner. Get your GUNS Now. Western Auto (Associate Store CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE. PHONE 7-3369 Large Enough , to .Serve .You! 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M>. ;.;• 0 », 2» J)7 II }i • « 11 • M W " 7 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner ^ Bee-T-Mite Settle and Termite Control Service Owned and Operated by Guy Grigg Hope, Arkansas Phone 7-3445 109 S. Main All Customers are Insured P T. M. RH. U. ?. P«t. Off. . ' ' •"tbytlEASinU., Inc. S-T i"Well, how caii I concentrate oh my homework With you ;-. yelling to turn the television down low?" '...._ SIDE GLANCES Let Ms Install That BROKEN GLASS Have that-kraken auto glass replaced today. We recognize insurance'claims. If you need good Used Pgrts for cars'or trucks. See us now, Glass & Salvage Co. West 3rd Street find Delivery ONI DAY SERVICi Beat the heat -, have that * JOHNSON'S We §p?cialii;e in ond Cemmerdil Wiring JOHNSON ELECTRIC By Golbroith for buy nsr J9ti;«>t m*m i^iw ,.. ,.., tp be |rn»rt«r lh»n phfl w»* in high sghsQie^,:,^,^^;, ^ By J. H, Wlllloml ; •-: ;-Jv'|?Vi. .'•": I-'".: *',i: MAK6 tHE B£t>! 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