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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, August 30, 1948 CLASSIFIED % Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six Words tJp to 15 16 to 20. 21 to 25 . 28 to 30. 81 to 35 . 88 to 40 , 41 to 45 . <6 to 50 . Day Days Days Month .45 '.75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 .SO 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance « Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent FURBISHED APARTMENT, PR1 vate entrance. Modern. Phone 685-W, 321 S. Bonnet St.. 27-3t FURNISHED FOUR-ROOM APAR- ment, private bath, electric re frigerator. No children. 220 N. Elm St., Phone 925-J, Mrs. Anna Judson. 27-31 THREE FURNISHED ROOMS and bath, utilities paid. Ready by Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone 089, J. M. At- idns. 26-ltno Wanted NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIPT- ions to any magazine. Chas. Reynerson, Phone 28 ot 3OT-W. 21-lm Real Estate for Sale By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Sept. 1. Phono 587-J. 28-31 FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON HIGH- way No. 4, electricity, garden. pasture. Mrs. Belva Bailey, Hope Route Two, phone 1153-J-l. THREE FURNISHED ROOMS 2 miles out on Highway No. 4. See Mrs; J. W. Camp.phone 1153— J-2. 28-3-t THREE-ROOM UNFURNISHED DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR farm? Now is the time to put it on the market We have customers for small and large farms with good improvements atid well located. List your land today. Possession after crops are harvested. Foster-Ellis Real Estate, Insurance,FHA Loans 108 East Second, apartment. 1520 phone 503-J.' South Main, 30-3t For Sale USED ADDING MACHINE AND cash register. Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241. 2-20-ly PUPPIES, CROSS OF THOROUGH- Phone 221 27-6t Washington, Aug. 29 — In a tense drama-packed, spinetmgl- ling swirl of top level testimony spear-headed by Merriivell Booh, the high-echelon policy chief of the State Department, the committee | against pro-American activities to j day sparkplugged the denials cof subversive patriotism in the White House at any time since March, 1933. George Spelvin, American the notof-ious alleged patriot, had named Mr. Booth as the top- drawer undercover agent of the proAmerican conspiracy. "I knew him well' 'Mr. Spelvin testified. "We held secret meetings in his apartment and we typed out subyersive ideas on slips of paper which later filtrated in some of Roosevelt's speeches. Legion vs VFW in Donkey Softball Game The local American Legion post will play the; VFW in ;i donkey softball game at Fair park Friday night at (i o'clock, Legion-sponsor's of the game announced. Proceeds will go to the Legion Junior Baseball team, is invited. . n By Hugh ft. Fullerton. Jr. U. S. Spends Huge Sum to Supply Berlin . Washington, Aug. 30 —(UP)—The air force disclosed today it has cost it about $10,000,000 to deliver supplies to Berlin in the first 02 days of the airlift. •The air force carried 100,391 tons of 15,387 flights during the first 02 dayS of the operation. That included all cargo carried up to jioon yesterday. Thus, it cost about $100 a ton to move the supplies. The air force said costs are expected to continue to average about $260,000 a day for the transporta- were in- Final Play in Semi-Pro Meet Tonight Wichita Kas., Aug. 30 — GT>)— A By GAYLE TALBOT (For Hugh Fullerton Jr.) Now York, Au«. 30 — (/Pi —The ,.,, • .•,-•-j bad press Ben Jlofian received in public \ v j )ln j tl g the Denver open suggests it is lime tho bantam takes him- jself a long vacation from golf and | permit his frayed nerves to relax. Though Ben always has been a quiet, impassive little guy. He is not ordinarily rude to people. I have seen him sign autograph books until we must have wished every autograph nut in the world Southern team and a New York Brooklyn's breathed the Aug. 30 — (UP) surging Dodgers envigorating atmos Northwest club play Pacific tonight for a finalist berth in the National Semi-pro Baseball tournament. Mt. Vernon. Wash., advanced into the semi-finals by handing Fredericksburg Pa. its second defeat last night in the double elimi nation tournament. The score was had been Browned at birth. What might not be generally realized is that present day tournament golf, as played week after week by Hogan and his fel- 12 to 8. The other semi-finalists, Elkin, bred English and American tjon ' of abou f 2 ,500 tons of coal, shepherds. Guy Deaton, Emmet Route Two. -23-61 NEW PERFECTION OIL cooking range.. Good condition. Priced right. Mrs. J. R. Foster, Route One, Lewisville, Ark. -28-31 1948 TUDOR FORD SEDAN, clean, in good condition, low mileage. Phone 39 or see Josephine Montgomery. 28-3-t MY HOME, 604 SOUTH HAMIL-, ton, five rooms, bath, Venetian blinds, new 42-inch attic fan, new food and other vital supplies. More Candidates List Campaign Expenditures ; Little Rock, Aug. 30 —(#•)— Reports of Democratic primary campaign expenses filed with Secretary of State C. G. Hall include: J. Fred Jones, associate justice of the supreme court, $1,485. these slips in a hat and made up the chats and speeches that way. I revember one phase well. I ought to, become I wrote it and Mr. Boon put it in Roosevelt's next speech.' ' "And what was that phrase?" asked Commissar Slupp, the lend- lease inquisitor on loan from the Kremlin. "President-Roosevelt was speaking about Hitler in this fireside chat," : Mr. Spelvin said. "I told Mr. Booh this -would be a good chance to sneak in a plug for the United States;- .1 wrote out the phrase "this great nation of ours.' That night; in the White House, when they were assembling it in the speech Mr. Booh dropped it in the hat. So the next night it came over the air. We all sol a secret thrill at our underground headquarters ^vhen we heard the president say j'this great nation of ours has I never before sunk to such a depth." Mr. Booh was present in the N. C. ousted the Golden Colo. . , , ,Coors 9 to 0 last night. President Tno winncr 0 { the semi-final They put con test will piny Fort Wayne, Ind., Tuesday night for the championship. Fort 'Wayne the defending champion earned its berth in the finals by blanking Glen Ridge, N. J., 8 to 0. The Indiana club is the only undefeated team. Both Mt. Bernon and Elkin have lost one game. The lengthy tournament began August 14 with a field of 32 teams. ;phere of first place in the National ' League today after a 58-day climb from the cellar like the historic drive of the Boston Braves' 1914 "miracle team." The Bums may not win the pelican hang on low pros, is about the toughest '-nant. but if they can hang on to sports torture ever devised. It is a .the lead their 'spectacular drive wonder that before this one of | may go down in baseball history them hasn t stripped his mental as an evcn grca t cr f ea t than that of the olden day Braves under George Stnllinas. For the Dodgers achieved their 20-gallon automatic hot water Edwin E. Dunaway, sixth dis- Vinntor. Hn IIIVQ Rnn/iitr i.Michn*. net nrosecutinfi attorney S4.20. heater, de luxe Bendix Four blocks from courthouse; four blocks from new Ward Two- school. May be seen by calling in person at Feeders Supply Co.. 30-Gt -DOUGLAS PEARS $1.50 BUSHEL. Call'for. harvesting dates. Bring container. Experiment Station, $4,275. John phone l-F-2, 30-3t FIVE-ROOM HOUSE AND THREE lots, close in. Call Mrs. Kemp Casey, phone 657-W. .Sshrdlu etaoin cmfwyp 30-Gt etaoinm prosecuting attorney $4,781. Horace E. Thompson, governor, G. Lonsdale, governor, Claude A, Rankin land commissioner, $225. Ted P. Coxscy, fourth district prosecuting attorney, $350. Clyde E. Byrd, 18th district state senator $50. Some of the famed wineries of Europe produce as much in an entire year as a small California winery bottles in a day. LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots « Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8, Walnut St. Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old ons Into a comfortable Innersprlng. ONE DAY SERVICE "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 rict prosecuting attorney $4.20. A. L. Hulchins, fifth district :hancellor, $1,351. Walter J. Hebert, hearing room. He was asked to stand. "Comrade Booh." said Commissar Slupo. "you have heard the charge. What do you say? Do you know this man Spelvin?" "It is ten years ago and I think he has had a haircut since then," Mr. Booh s"aid, "but I think he is the man who came to see me about a dog. We did not discuss Americanism or criminal patriotism one way or another." 18th district Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No. 6790 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Emma Lee Bowman....Plaintiff. • vs, Ike Bowman Defendant '. The Defendant, Ike Bowman is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Emma Lee Bowman. ' Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 27 day of August 1948. C. E. Weaver, Clerk (SEAL) Hon. John P. Vesey Att'y for Pltf; Hon.W. Kendall Lemlcy, Att'y ad litem. AUK 30, Sept G, 13, 20 "What kind of dog?" the commissar asked. "A Russian wolfhound comrade commissar," Mr. Booh said. "Was he ever engaged in the policy echelons of the top drawer?" "Oh, no," the witness daid. "He never sparked the high brass. He seemed to be a harmless nut on tho subject of 100 per cent Americanism but just a crackpot native type. His people came from Kansas or some such place. The bourgeois patriotic type, but he flidn't seem dangerous. In the Bronx or Harvard law school they would laugh at his kind.He was touched on the subject of equal rights." ; . "Was he against equal rights?" "No', he was for them, comarde commissar" Mr. Booh said. "But Comrade Booh, equality is the issue in the Southern states this year. Please explain!" "Oh, I don't mean that," the witness said. "This fellow Spelvin was always demanding equality for Americans. He used to say 'an American is' as good as a Bessarabian under the skin.' Pie used to say, 'the same God made Americans and Ukrainians.' "I remember once I asked him suddenly, , 'Spelvin, where did your Razorbacks to Have Pictures Made Tuesday Fayettcville Aug. 30 —I/PI —University of Arkansas football players will doll up in their game uniforms tomorrow to paraae belore photographers. Coach John Barnhill has set aside the day for picture taking so tl will be no interruption of work after practice begins. Wean is the earliest date the Razor may start drills under Southwest Conference rules, and they have a giant-sized task in getting ready tor their opening game in less than three weeks. The first game of the 1948 season will be with Abilene Christian college in the new Arkansas Memorial Stadium at Little Rock Sept. 18. Captain Thcron Roberts and Sub-captain Clyde Scott will lead a squad of 70 or more into the field Wednesday. This group will include 25 lettermen, nine of whom were starters last year. Barnhill has announced the first two days will be devoted to concli- gcars in the midst of a final round and begun biting spectators who carry cameras. The pressure finally became too much for Byron Nelson a few years aback and he wisely retired while he still has some sem bianco of a stomach left. Like Hogan. Nelson was a nondrinker. He was never able to relax even for a few hours of an evening while an event was in progress. It is no great wonder that the money golfers, as a clan, are fairly heavy drinkers. Most of them even though abstainers when they ,fjrst hit the punishing tournament i trail sooner or later embrace the ; bowl to some extent in an effort to ease the terrible pressure. The success of Nelson and Hogan over the past 10 years prove. of course, that alcohol is no stimu- ^lus to golfing greatness. On the j other hand many a first prize has I been pocketed in the same period i by a gent who helped put the town to bed the previous night. A glance at Hogan's record this summer shov.s the constant strain Predicts Course Record to Be Broken at Memphis Memphis. Term., Aug. 20 — (fT) — . Mnrv Ward of Spokane Wash, j two-time winner of the national amateur golf title said the player who negotiates the sinister par Ihree holes of the Memphis Country Club successfully the next, six I days will win the 1948 crown. Usually the winner in the Simon- Pure golf tourney is the long hitter who can massacre the par five holes. There arc four par three holes here—two in each side. Ward, however, is of the opinion that the tight G,617 yard course will rob the long drivers of their advantage. Much of the terror in the 35-35 —70 course was removed by the oven-like temperatures of the past week which baked the ground. Torch-sitters at the club pre dieted scores of 68 to 70 would be needed by the victors in today's 82 matches in contrast to the 78's and 80's that won a year ago BROADCASTING SYSTEM present lofty status in the face of numerous injuries, a managerial shakcup at mid-season, and a roster so hopelessly tangled at first that few players knew where they would be stationed from one day to the next. The 1914 Braves with such diamond immortals as Johnny Evcrs, Hank Gowdy and Rabbit Maran- villo. were 12 1-2 games behind first on July 4 when they launched their drive that carried them to the league lead on Labor Day. Brooklyn, in last place 10 games behind the leader on July 2, climaxed a surge in which it won 39 games and lost 16 for a .709 percentage by beating the St. Louis Cardinals twice yesterday 12 to 7 and 0 to 4, to move into first place, " ~ -•-•--- points ahead of at Pebble Beach Calif., when Robert H. Darby, (Skee) Riagcl of Upper Pa. and Monterey Park Calif., won the title. There 210 starters Baseball this year. Press By The Associated Today's games. American League Detroit at New York (night). Chicago at Philadelphia (night). Cleveland at Washington (night. (Only games). National League Boston at Pittsburgh (night). Brooklyn at St. Louis (2). (Only games.) Jackie Robinson led the Dodgers' 14-hit assault on six Card pitch ers witn a two-run homer triple, double and a single as Manager men in Position: in Cotton Loop All Settled (nights) — FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Alien Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 KOI Do You Need Any CASH? Do You Want YOURCAR PAYMENTS REDUCED? If you need extra cash or if you need your cor payments reduced, or both, see us right away. Usually you get the cash in 5 minutes. Repay in SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS Ask for Tom McLarty Hope Auto Company Plume Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phone 314 Residence Phone . . . 231-J REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7023 (phone collect) • If No Answer Dial 3-5770 FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN people come from? nave no accent/ You seem to FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tlla ROY ALLISON Phone 280 ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts. Berwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE tioning work, rough practice beginning the third day. He hopes Lo reach the scrimmaging stage by the end of the first week. By The Associated Press They're just playing out the season and marking lime until the playoffs begin in the Cotton States League. All four positions at the top of the standings and in the playoffs have been clinched, but the sea-1 s sin- t . ._ .... night cap drove home Pete Reiser with tho winning run and Catcher Del Wilber missed the throw from the outfield to let in a superfluous run. Just before that. Stan Musial had tripled home two runs in the ninth to tie the score. The Braves were clumped into second place when they dropped both ends of a double-he'ader to the Pittsburgh Pirates, 6 to 1 and 5 to 2. Rookie Bob Chcsnes yielded only five hits as he chalked up his sixth straight victory in the first game as Dixie Walker and Clyde Kltittx each drove ' in two runs. , ., , .., ,„ , The Boston Red Sox clung to son doesn t end until I ucsday , (heir lead in the American League night. The playoffs will get under bv dividing a double-header with way Sept. 2 the St. Louis Browns, winning the Greenwood sewed_up the regular first, 10 lo 2 and dropping the sec- Promises Arrest of Arsonist Who Started Farm Fires Macomb, 111., Aug. 30 —(UP) — Charlie Willey's 13-year-old niece admitted today that she touched off with matches ail of the "mystery" fires that leveled the Willey house and two barns authorities said. State's Atty. Keith Scott said the red-haired g:rl set fire to the house and two barns "because I didn't like where I was living." Her parents are separated. Scott said she had visited her mother in Bloomington recently and apparently "didn't want to go back to the farm." "I started all of them," Janet McNeil the neice said. "I did it season pennant Saturday and Clavksdale followed to clinch second place by defeating Hot Springs in the first game of a doublehcader 6-2 yesterday. The third place Bathers bounced gnck to take the nightcap 5-2. Fourth place Natehcx defeated f night I ond 12 to 4. through A two-run run homer by Billy Johnson in the seventh inning of the nightcap enabled the New York Yankees to gain a split with the Detroit Tigers and maintain second place a game and a-hal£ behind the Sox. Dick Wakefield's Greenwood, 3-1, in a single game, jpinch home run off relief pitcher In twin bills confined to the see- j Frank Hiller in the eighth inning ond division Greenville defeated !of the first game climaxed a four- El Dorado twice G-2 and fj-l, run rally that boosted Detroit to a while Pine Bluff and Helena 19 to 6 triumph. In the second traded 1-9 shutouts. Clarksdale won con- opener la five-run fifth inning, which broke test the Tigers overcame a nine- l - , 1 ; 1 i t - ie 'i ?, oh , nllJ ',, Ma r, t , in P ilchcd !Evers, only eight hit ball lor the Planters. with a The match." 6th grade pupil said she "He flared up and yelled: 'That is the most blatant kind of bigotry!' He shook his fist and yelled. 'There are more than a hundred million Americans in this country who didn't come from Russia, the Balkans or the Baltic or go to Harvard Law school. You can't keep us down forever. We demand equality in the government. One of these days, you will see Americans in the State department. Y?s - , he said, 'You will even see Americans in the White House and Americans on the supreme court!' I reported 1 him to Mrs. Roosevelt right away for inciting hatred of minority 1 gr«"us. "If you merely commented on his peculiar speech he would almost go crazy. But he couldn't disguise it and of course his type could never get into Harvard Law and cultivate the official accent. "He would say, 'national origin should have absolutely nothing to do with it when a man applies for a .job in the State department. You have no right to ask where my parents came from. Native Anvri- cans have feelings, too, just like Bulgarians. We d e m a n d a chance!" 'You say you find it hard to rec- the house '.Hitting the walls and then went about matches to .... ------- ......... .. leaving- before anyone saw her. Macomb 111., Aug. 30 — (UP) — Deputy. State Fire Marshal John Burgard promised today that bv nightfall he will "put the finger" on the arsonist who sot hundreds of fires that pursued Charley Wil- Icy from one farm to another Burgard said that he had broken luge. "The fires sonist," tate lector test said ognize Mr. Spelvin," the commisar said. "Has he changed appearance much?" "Oh, almost entirely," Comrade Boor said. "Had his hair cut. | changed his tie. the mystery of why fires "shot out of walls like lighted gas out of Clarksdale Manager gan sent virtually every run deficit, thanks to homers by Pat Mullin to have Trucks three-run and Hoot Johnson's the player 1 pitchers, Joe Beaugez and Cotton Hill, even took over fielding duties for a few explained innings that he ing everybody a chance." At Greenwood the Indians scored their first run in the opening inning on a walk to Roy The Cleveland Indians held third nlacc two games behind the lead by dividing a twin bill with Washington winning the first game, 6 to ,,. , . i 0. as Bob Lemon gave up three hits was just giv-j| or his 18th victory and losing the i n (' n _i - . .. c, CI each. Morgan second, 5 to 2. Philadelphia's Athletics failed to around on the three front-run- Binger a balk by Dodger Pitcher i </ ;:in ' 1e Bob Ha/.le and a single by Jim!" 1 ' Gilbert. The Indians scored again jners when they lost the second of a double-header to the Chicago White Sox 7 to 9. in the fifth rapped out when Bob a double The Cincinnati Reds whipped the stumbling New York Giants twice, Charles Mink, who had singled. Sprentall to ^ score i both'times "by Yesterday's results. American League Boston 10-4 St. Louis 2-12. Cleceland 6-2, Washington 0-5. Philadelphia 5-2, Chicako 4-7. Detroit 9-12 New York 6-11. National League Pittsburgh 6-5 Boston 1-2. Brooklyn 12-6 St. Louis 7-4 (second game 10 innings). Cinnati 3-3 New York 2-2 (second game called after .5 innings, rain). Philadelphia 1-4 Chicago 0-10. Saturday's results. American League New York 3 Cleveland 2. Boston 6 Chicago 2. Philadelphia 5 St. Louis 4 (10 innings.!. Detroit 7 Washington 5 (.10 innings. National League St. Louis 5-7 New York 4-G (first game 12 innings i. Philadelphia 9-11 Pittsburgh 2-7 Brooklyn 2 Cincinnati 0. Boston 5 Chicago 4. Southern Association Nashville 6-4 Atlanta 3-2 Chattanooga 2-1 Birmingham 97. Mobile 3 Memphis 1. Little Rock 10-4 New Orlcnns 4-3. Texas League Beaumont 2 Dallas 0. Forth Worth 4 Shreveport 0. Houston 10 Tulsa 4. Oklahoma City 6 San Antonio 4. Top Radio Programs Central Standard Time New York, Aug. 30 —M')—Listening tonight: NBC—6 Supper Club, Sammy Kayo 6:30; Van Damme Quintet 7 First Piano uartet; 8 Telephone Hour:-8:30 Dr. I, Q.; 9 Contented Program. ABC—G: 15 Elmer Davis, News 6:30 Lone Ranger; 7 "Sound Oft;" 7:30 "Get Rich Quick;" 8 Tomorrow's Tops ;9 Arthur Geath. MBS — 7 "The Falcon" 7:30 Casebook of Gregory Hood; a Gabriel Heatter 8:30 "Quiet Please;" 9 Philo Vance — Detective. CBS—6:30 Bob Crosby's "Club 15;" 8 "Next Time I Live;" 7:30 Arthur Godfrey's "Talent Scouts" 8 Irene Dunne, "I Remember Mama:" 8 "My Friend Irma;" Monday p. m., August 30 Mert's Record Session — M ) Superman — M Adventure Parade Tom Mix— M The Inside Slory News, Five Star Edit'ofl Gulf Sports Parade Henry J. Taylor— M jy Fulton Lewis, Jr. The Falcon— M Case Book of Gregory Hood — M Billy Rose— M Gabriel Heatter— M Mutual New.srcel— M Quiet Please— M Bill Henry. News— M Fishing & Hunting Club — M' Dance Orch.— M All the News— M Neil Golden's Orch.— M Freddie Martin's Orch.— M ^ Mutual Reports the News "> Sign Off Tuesday a. m., August 31 5:58 Sign on Hillybilly Hocdown Bargain Roundup News. First Edition The Four Knights Market Reports Farm Breakfast Program Melody Boys The Devotional Hour Musical Clock News, Coffee Cup Edition Sunrise Serenade Slogan Parade Bob Ppole's Show— M According to the Record Cecil Brown — M Faith in Our Time — M Say It With Music — M Passing Parade — M Tell Your Neighbor — M Heart's Desire — M Kate Smith Speaks — M John B. Kennedy — M Prescolt Hour 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:25 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:55 0:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11: no 6:00 (i:25 6:30 6:45 0:55 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 7:55 8:00 8:30 8:45 8:55 !):00 9:15 9:30 10:00 JO: 15 10:30 11:00 11:15 11:30 . a 3 lo 2 margin. The „,, , ,, , . - , i second game was called in the I he only Dorlger run came in the , fifUl because of rain. Philadelphia Phillies and the bill. starred for Greenville with eight hits in nine trips to the plate. The Tuesday, p. m., August 31 12:00 12:10 12:15 12:30 12:35 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 2:45 3:00 3:15 3:30 .5:45 4:00 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:25 G:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 9:30 Vaughn Monroe. For tomorrow: NBC—11:15 a. m. "Betty blow torch." burned down Willey's 13 starts. house two barns then bro'ke out again in the vacant farmhouse where he and his family took re- id a double by Ilolbs Dearmcmd. j chieago Cubs divided a twin Right fielder Kay Johnston |The Phi!s , ()ok lhe first , , U) 0 on iWalt Dubiel's eight-hit shutout ve X°,i'S' ! itching and Del Ennis' double in the eighth. Chicago collected 14 hits three by Eddie Waitkus, to win the second game. 10 to 4 on a good relief pitching job by Bob Rush. Show;" 12 noon Lopez. ABC—11 a. Luncheon Welcome Harris with a j Greenville 12 triumphs in its la.sti In Pine were Fire set by an Marshal John Die invosti- was close Craig agreed. "We know who he is and we're trying to get evidence that will stand up in court. Burgard, conductint gallon for Craig ...._ _.„_ mouthed. He said experts from the state police would start work on tho case today, men from the i criminal investigation and identification bureau. "Wo should have something by then," he promised, then refused to talk further. Craig said that the suspected arsonist had refused to'take a lie de- Ihe first game at Helena, Bluff scored ils only and winning run on singles by Hancock, |Solder nncl Christy. Helena took ar-|the nightcap when Richardville was hit by a pitched ball, stole \ second and came home on Man-! Smjlh „ of Sports. >ger Mike Scrtieh's double. Tonight's Games: Helena at Hot Springs. Clarksrlale at Pine Bluff. Greenwood at Kl Dorado. Greenville at Natchez. Mrs. Nanna Hutto Succumbs in New York Rocks Make It- Five in Rov/ W5fh2Wins MB — 6 p. m. Inside NAMED COACH Con way, Aug. 28 ~(.V\ Former assistant coach Lee Yarbrough has | been promoted to head football j coach at Conway high school. Yarbrough, a former Hendrix college back, succeeds Cecil iRedi Garrison, who resigned to join the stuff of Arkansas State Teachers college. New York Aug. 30 — i/I'i— when questioned. He ^ il)IK .,„ that it was not any member I N anna Let 1U ilto, TL wic , ()V , Fred Hullo who was actin nur of Arkansas in 1927 Special Notice For the Best in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning repairs Call 1280 Nights and Sunday 1231-J The Brewster Refrigeration Service has had 22 years experience in all types Commercial and Domestic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning. No Job too larce or too small. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 119 Edgewood Ave. Phons 1260 "We Co Anywhere Any Time" BABY CHICKS We will have a shipment of High Quality Baby Chicks Each Wednesday Beginning September 1st. HOPE FEED CO. "Your Nutrena Feed Dealer" WATERMELONS Sliced, Halves or Whole WILLIAMS GULF SERVICE East Third and Shover Different suit. I think he had a tooth filled. A different man." "You are very bright yourself and would have recognized him instantly but for the disguise of lh .-.;e changes?" the commissar asked. "Oh, indeed." the witness said. ^'Altt-r all, 1 went to Harvard Law. Then secretary on the supreme court, keeping subversive pollution out of the opinions of the justices. 1 submit a list of ISO high-'eclu-lon, policy-level brass-hats who will attest lo my superior inlelleet." "And slill you can'l rememb;-r tins man, Spelvin." " By the Assocated Press Notice to the Nashville VoJs and the Memphis Chioks beware of Birmingham! Nashville moved back into the '.op spot in the Southern Association yesterday by taking a twin ball from Atlanta 6 to 3 and 4 to 2, i while Mobile beat Memphis 3 to 1, dropping the Chicks into second Mrs. I place.-. ui'I Birmingham defeated Chattanoo- jver-iga twice 9 to 2 and 7 to 1, and at itook a firmer grip on third place. j In fact, it was the Barons' seventh make | and eighth consecutive victories her home here yesterday She came here in 1042 to _ her home \\-iih her dauyliter Miss land Iheir eleventh triumph in' the Catherine llutto. j 14 gair.es. This leaves them 6 1-2 Her hi U ' ' ~ her uf tlu eight and Lecanu- acting iirul.-nant ernor and arling governor in as the- result of two deaths. Mis. llulto is survived by other daiighi"!-, Mrs. Nan.ua of Willey's family. Willey himself, was hopeful his troubles would sunn end. When tin; files burst mil of th I\o. Comrade Boon E.-uU. 'wallpaper and burned his hnuse •',. u' X '^; ^ T, Cl , J i'" tS P 1 ' 1 '" 1 -" 1 - down, be nu.vei! in!,, a tent. Then looth tilled. He tooled me com- | the tires burned down hi-; two plftel.y. Very clever disguise." | barns, and he found another fann- At the \\lnte House a special an- ! house to live in, Lust nounccment made following the ad journmenl of the hearings on pro- Arnerican activies: "The Red-herring smear of the criminal patriots will lioL deceive the voters. The phraso. 'This great country ui ours,' in the speecn t_-f our late, revered leader was tpuki-n with broad sarcasm, as a playba-.v. oi' the- record plainly proves. These j Gin dials were carefully screened from jspian top-level authority down tlirotn-'li the echelons. "The charge of pro-Americanism either in the White House or the State department since March 4, j 1933, is ridiculous to all who know 1 the facts." behind Memphis and L'.anii-s out of first place. Little Rock took a double header from New Orleans 10 to 4 tu 3 Hiving the Travelers five consecutive triumphs. Birmingham set a new Southern Association attendance record us il2,f)7y watched the Barons beat the ; Lookouts. The crowd brought the potal attendance for the season to i41.S,H4ij or 8702 above the record ;iet by Atlanta last season. | Tonight's games: I Nashville at Atlanta. i Chattanooga at Birmingham. Memphis at Mobile. Little Rock at New Orleans. News, Home Edition Market Time '* Song of the Day- Polka Interlude Farm Fail- Checkerboard Jamboree—M Queen for a Day — M Golden Hope Chest — M Movie Matinee — M Woody & Virginia —M Carnival of Music — M Robert Hurleigb—M : Johnson Family — M Time to Dance Two-Ton Baker—M Swing Time . ;Social Security Day by Day Mert's Record Session—M Superman—M Adventure Parade—M Tom Mix—M Rhythm & Reason News, Five L-iar Final Gulf Sports Farads News Comment—M Fulton Lewis, Jr. Mysterious Traveler—M Official DetcrtU'2—M Billy Ro.se—M Gabriel Heatter—M Mutual Newsreel—M Salute to Youth Bill Henry, News—M Roger Kilgore, Public Defender—M Billy Bishop's Orch.—M All the News—M Barclay Allen's Orch.—M Vaughn Monroe's Orch—M Mutual News—M Sign-Off Cotton States !S Team Greenwood .. Clarksdale . Hot Springs Natchez Greenvilla ... Helena Pine Bluff .. El Dorado .... W L Pet. 90 44 .672 «5 51 .625 lil 55 .496 73 G.'i .537 64 72 .471 53 81 .396 48 87 .356 48 89 .350. The word "hock", used to do-. * scribe light, while wines of pale color, is derived from Hochheim or Hochheimer wines of Germany. Israeli Leader HORIZONTAL 58 Furnished 1,0 Pictured Israeli leader 13 Pauses 14 Conclusion 15 On the sheltered side 16 Irritates 17 Constellation lUEast (Fr.) ^0 Dawn goddess 7 Geraint's v 21 Sewing tools g F a ] se goc j 9 Mother 10 Malt drink 11 Cuddle 12 Vex 17 Whirlwind with folios VERTICAL 1 Weepers 2 Epic 3 Inquires 4 Belongs to it 5 Manuscript (ab.) 6 Existed 23 Size of shot 24 Measure 25 Symbol for tellurium 2C Enchantment T hcor)cs iib fires. liveryiruns waves atomic secret we blamed. .- clear, and he's ' rebuild on his old . said. 1 tnat the bla:<es j work of u C'K-vi r ! j'nany romantic ! the mysterious i Baker and a sister. Mrs. Gordon Harris of Russetlvilk- Ark. and M son Jackson S. llutto former j N'i.-w York .slate superintendent of banks. Her body will be taken to Mor- riltun. Ark., her former home for burial. VOUNG MATRON KILLED Tupelo. Miss.. Aug. 30 —iVPj—-Mrs. iSara T. Carlson 19 of Little — Including radio i Hock Ark., was killed and her energy, ghosts and j husband, Richard 25 critically • pens — had been j hurt in u highway accident near jhere yesterday afternoon. 22 Frighten 30 Indian home 31 Sun god 32 Army order (ab.) 33 Bracing 3G Malicious burning 39 Make amends 40 He president of Israel 43 French article 4'2 Palm lily •!3 Enmeshed 4B Ocean 49 Weight unit 51 Woody plants 52 Stellar body 53 Son of Isaac (Bib.) 55 Abstract being 56 His country is in a -—— ol turmoil 5? 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