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HOPE STAR, HOPE ARKANSAS Tuesday, August 31, 1948 CLASSIFI Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication 'Number of One Three Six One Words Up to 15 16 to 20 . 21 to,25. 26 to SO . SI to 35. 30 to 40 . 41 to 45 16 to 50 Day Days Days Month .45 .60 .75 .80 3.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Bates arc for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone .90 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 For Rent FURNISHED APARTMENT, PRI- vate entrance. Modern. Phono 685AV, 321 S. Bonner St.. 27-3t PtjRNISHED FOUR-ROOM APAR- rhent, private bath, electric re frigerator. No children. 220 N. Elm St., Phone 925-J, Mrs. Anna Jttdson. 27-3t THREE FURNISHED ROOMS and bath, utilities paid. Ready by Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET vours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phono 08!), J. M. Atkins. 26-1 mo AND FINISHING floors. Householders wanting your floors made beautiful, call Vcrnon Osburn. Phone 9GG-W. 31-Gt 9 if Fa Enoygli By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate Big 7 Teams Start Annual Grind New York, Aug. 30.— The Kansas Cily, Aug. 31— (/Pi—There wasn't a trace of football weather, but five members of the Big Seven conference began their {{rid sea sons yesterday. The first-day routine was light for most of the squads, however, with temperatures ranging in the con . |BO's and 90's. corn of the inveterate bleeding- Wanted heart for those who assume frequent the the of Missouri, pcggcii as the team likely to win the conference title this year, had the roughost schcd- MEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIPT- ions to any magazine. Reyiierson, Phone 28 or Chas. 309-W. 2l-lm habits and frequent the haunts _. . ...... .. . Bolshevism but stop short of join-lule. A workout included a brief ing commands more , suspicion (flurry of blocking and tackling. A twice-daily practice session starts today. Approximately 00 players reported. 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Four blocks from courthouse; four blocks from new Ward Two school. May be seen by calling in person at Feeders Supply Co.. 30-6t DOUGLAS PEARS $1.50 BUSHEL. Call for hervesling dales. Bring container. Experiment Station, phone l-F-2. 30-31 as the honest-Jthe defending co-champions. a genuinely j At Norman, Okla., the Sooners Mr. romped through light exercises. Coach Bud Wilkinson said he plans serious drills tomorrow. would be im- Presidetit Harry Mr. Truman never will be suspected of any in- elligent political conviction and lis allegation that Red herrings lave been hauled across his ideals vill be recognized, y sordid retort of stupid court-house politician. Truman would not defend or con coal muscovite schemehs against to start this land of the pilgrim's pride- except incidentally for some high-| er purpose. Those who save old I clippings of significant false 1 moves will be likely to have one wherein the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, a guru named McGrath, got up at a political drinking in California last winter and said that the spirit of F. D. Roosevelt would be the Democratic nominee in 194!!, running for a fifth term, and that Mr. Truman would merely try to catch occult messages on his aerial and act upon them. There was no reason for the president to protest against this sincere aspersion, the most degrading compliment that one eminent nonentity ever received from a peer. For Mr. Truman is, indeed, attempting to vindicate Roosevelt and to win in his name, and that is the reason why he is put to the gross but easy picked Missouri to Oklahoma second third. Oklahoma and finish first, and Kansas Kansas are By Hugh fr. Fullerton, Jr. New York, Aug. 31 — (/I 1 ) —It was supposed to be a vacation but — In Ann Arbor. Mich.. Les Etler was telling hew the immortal Willie Heslon came to the University of Michigan from San Jose. C'aiif.. College. . . .Seems that Fielding Yost, then at Stanford, had done a special coaching job to give San .lose a championship and Hcston decided to follow him to oven though he had a Regular Season Ends Tonight in Cotton Loop struggle to stay there. . . .In the middle of the conversation, Les interposed: "We're expecting a lot from Gene Dorricptte this season . . You know, Gene is such a modes' kid that when he writes his father in Oiiio. he never tells what he's doing in football — and his dad is a great football fan." By The Associated Press Thc Cotton States League ends its regular season tonight with re- Michigan Uini matches of Monday's games financial 1 between the first and second divi- Baseball Team to Play Waldo There Tonight The Hope baseball journey to Waldo for night at 8 o'clock. Many local baseball fans will follow the team. Southern Pennant Fight May Race Down to the Wire team will game to- Quick Decision A few miles farther along at Ahna. Mich., while Bo McMillin was bemoaning a shortage of good (linemen for the Detroit Lions, " duuiibeater Nick Kcrbawy. the guy By CARL BELL Little Rock, Aug. 31 ~-f/P)—While the season is several weeks away and even practice doesn't start officially until tomorrow, coaches are pretty well agreed on which teams will fight it out for the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference football crown this fall. will bt State J It J :> ^JLl L t,\J bllU £1 VJSO IJU I VU O.T : -w * v. »._ dishonesty of denying that the ad- Tech, ministration which he inherited from Roosevelt was, and is, crawling with traitors. | The charges currently heard re( fer to a time when the late ma- FIVE-ROOM HOUSE AND THREE (hntma was as sane as he ever lots, close in. Casey, phone .Sshrdlu etaoin Call Mrs. Kemp G57-W. 30-Gt cmfwyp ctaoinm WHITE TABLE TOP GAS RANGE in good condition. Price reasonable. 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The Dodgers defeated the cellar-dwelling El Dorado Oilers 9-4. | Seventh-place Pine Bluff topped :Clark:;dnlo, the league's runner-up, 19-4. Helena trounced third-place I Hot Springs, 13-4, and Greenville Hhumwed fourth -place Natchez 128. The Dodgers were aided by five I El Dorado errors. Greenwood !pitchers Ed Privette and Lade with the gaudy shirts, reported' he Dean Hmited tho Oilers to fivc hits had "won" a fight after leaving The Cardinals banged out 16 hits the ••riii','". . .While he was work- " ff three Clarksdale pitchers while ing for Michigan State College, I the Planters got 11 . Mick fought J'utilely for an eleva- ! Ten errors and 22 hits were rector to the lofty press box at the jorded in the Helena -Hot Springs rebuild stadium Everyone said no'game. Helena made more errors— until the college president made an', six — but also made more hits — inspection tour and had to climb: 15 — for the victory. f up there. . . The next day the or- j Natchez overcame a 7-0 Green- dor for an elevator went through, ville lead scoring eight runs in the third and fourth innings, but the Indians came back with a big sixth inning rally that netted five runs center jand the game. of his i After tonight, the second division teams will be through for the year. The top four teams, however, will rest only one day before beginning Shaughnessy playoffs. fight pen- By The Associated Press It appears likely that the for t'ne Southern Association npnt will rage right on down to'the wire. Only half a game separates the front-running Nashville Vols from the second-place Memphis Chicks with less than two weeks left to play in the regular season. The gap was narrowed last night as the Chicks edged the Mobile Bears 3 to 2, and the Vols lost to Atlanta, 12-6. Birmingham marked up a G-4 triumph over last place Chattanooga, G-4 — the Barons' ninth straight win. New Orleans moved closer to a first division berth with a doubleheader sweep over Little Rock, G-5 and 8-1. Tonight's games: Nashville at Atlanta. Chattanooga at Birmingham. Memphis at Mobile. Little Rock at New Orleans. BROADCASTING SYSTEM Champ Recruiter In quiet Ripoii, Wise, ebullient Ed McKeever was praisin John Rapacz and the rest Chicago Rockets linemen. . ."It we only had one more really good All but one of the mentors who! guard —A guy who could do any- havc gone out on a limb think it'thing — the Rockets could win in Arkansas i any company," Ed Arkansas co-champs, ODD RECLEANED FERGUSON 922 Oats. S. D. Cook near Experiment Station. Phone 28-W-1-2. 31-Gt JMITED SUPPLY SINGER SEW- ing machines for immediate delivery. Also, other reasonably priced used sewing machines. Singer Sewing Machine Center, 108 S. Elm St.. 31-Gt 10(*-ACRE BLACKJLAND FARM, located on highway three-quarters mile from small station on railroad. 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He knew that he was loading his administration with Communists, Overt and Covert, whose loyalty would lie with Russia in any showdown. If Mr. Truman were to admit this obvious truth, he would accuse and repudiate the spook and might as well withdraw. So it is not because President Truman cherishes Communists ibove Republicans that he protects theirr by his denials and his counter-attacks on the grounds of righteousness. They are Roosevelt's Communists. Like Roosevelt's widow, his ons, Klliott and Jimmy, and his dog, Fala, Roosevelt's Communists must be condoned, excused, even explained, not for their own sake, but for the sake o£ the party. Many other defenders of the great sedition have taken as their text a book of remarkably tawdry hack journalese by one Bert Andrews, a Washington - correspondent of the New York Herald-Tribune. It is called "Washington Witch-Hunt." Mr. Andrews is not a good writer even by the slack unprofessional Washington standard. This was bad enough in the days of Warren G. Harding, whose little circle of playful porch-climbers and girdle-snappers were not exposed until Senator Walsh, of Montana, spat on his hands and sank his pick in pay dirt. By miracle of laziness, venality and stupidity so gross as to jeopardize the charter of a free press, the standard has been even worse during the 10 years of Roosevelt and Truman. Reporters have ignored historic news or verified it privately only so as to bo able to "rationalize" it if it ever should be exposed by honest men. To "rationalize" in the Washington jargon is to justify some enormity against fundamental morals and civic decency, oy comparing it to some spectacular crime perhaps in the Grant administrations. Mr. Andrews' book is a plea at the instance of a team o f self- serving New Deal lawyers ;md bureaucrats. It happens that one of them, Thurmnn Arnold, once told me ho knew of no Communists in Washington idtliough he hud on his staff in the iJppartmen*. uf Justice at that moment an assistant, from Harvard, of course, who hid shown his. Communist party card to me and others. Mr. Andrews' book is a terrible worriment over the tenuous possibility that some person might be falsely accused by personal enemies and dismissed from job in the government. This work was quickly singled out for a nage one award of the New York Newspaper Guild, a ciis- inctiou which has b.'en flaU.y impugned by honest, non-CornmuiUht members of that mysterious political society. The book tended to c^s- credit the difficult and often clumsy work of the Congressional com- jniltee on Un-American Activities and the loyalty tests and standards which have been the only defense against Roosevelt's folly. The next honor to Mr. Andrews was the Heywood Brown Award, a memorial to a sly , untruthful fellow-traveler and Ouachila and Magnolia, with the College of the Ozarks as a darkhorse and the others going along just for the ride. Ivan Grove, 25-year coaching veteran at Hcndrix, ranks Teachers, Tech and Ouachita in that order, as do most observers. Coach Frank Koon of Ozarks breaks the monotony by placin jny company," litl explained . . . "And if I could have my choice, I named Bill Fischer from Notre Dame." . . . .There's one athlete who doesn't have to look far for a job Try to Work It all goes to prove that can't entirely escape sports Boosts His Margain as Money Winner Ouachita in undisputed first place, saying "man for man" the Tigers have the league's best. But the real dissenter is Coach Jimmy Karam of Little Rock Junior College. "You can tell those guys to quit picking us to fight it out with Arkansas A. and M. and Arkansas College for the cellar. In the first place, you don't fight for the cellar; they shove it on you. And we're going to be fighting for the top and we'll give them plenty of trouble. ! Salt Lake City, Aug. 31 —UP) — j Dapper Lloyd Mangrum, the Chi- jcago links ace, boosted his mar;sin as leading pro gold tournament money winner yesterday by- taking top honors in the .$12,500 Utah open in a playoff match. Mangrum toured the tricky| greened Fort Douglas course in |<hrce-under-par 09 to down George Fazio of Consliohocken, Pa., who carded 71 in the 18-hole playoff. ^ | The extra match was collection of jf" e }' th , c0 l N . vo tied Sunday the majors! l . ol '^ aftcr 72-holcs of regu- today for the amazing drive th.i't ; lat!on play finds thorn pacing the National i The victory — worth $2,150 — League by a game and a half. .brought Mangrum's tournament If the old baseball adage that a i winnings to !?2B,354 and consider, team is no stronger than its bench! ably increased his take over sec- 'We got off to a slow start lastjstill holds true, then Brooklyn is loud running Ben Hogan of Her- 0:30 6:45 6:55 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 7:55 8:00 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:15 could thank th finest bench-warmers" in year—-our first postwar year in football—but won six of our last seven games and walked away with the Coffee Bowl game. We lefinitely will be stronger and will be more ready at the start this year. It we get by Teachers in our first conference game, we'll be hard to stop." We imagine, Jimmy, that ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts. Berwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE \ Repay in SMALL I MONTHLY PAYMENTS Ask for Tom McLarty Hope Auto Company Phone 299 \ Special Notice For the Best in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning repairs Coil 1280 Nights and Sunday 1231-J The Bi-ewster Refrigeration Service has had 22 years experience in all types Commercial and Domestic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning. No Job too large or too small. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 119 Edetwood Ave. Phone 1280 "We Go Anywhere Any Time" one who can lick Teachers will be mighty hard to stop. There already have been at least three high school grid practice casualties. Ed Pant, promising Fort Smith back, broke an ankle in three places. A Fayetteville tackle, Fount Allen, Jr., suffered a fractured collar bone. A coach was hurt, too. Assistant the mightiest club in the business. For no other team can boast a group of reserves like Bruce Edwards, a hard-hitting catcher who can play third base and the outfield; Carl Furillo, rated last year as one of the top flychasers in the league; Pete Reiser, an old standby with a knack of delivering in the clutch; Eddie Miksis. a young speedboy who has played every position in the infield; and Billy Cox, a top-flight shortstop with Pittsburgh last season. I The strength of the Dodgers' j bench brigade never was more evi- j dent than yesterday when four j pinch-hitters came through in a cli- I matic four-run rally in the ninth j inning that gave them a 0 to 5 vie- j tory over the St. Louis Cardinals < in the first game of a double-head- I er. Then having broken the Cards' j backs in the opener, the bounding i Brooks breezed to a G to 1 triumph in the nightcap that gave them a clean sweep of the four-game series and extended their winning streak to eight si might. Two former Dodgers helped their old mates widen their league lead I Ins Dixie Walker hit a firpl inning j i homer with a man on base and 41-j 'year-old Frit'/ Ostermueller scat-! Itered nine hits to give the Pitts-| If you're planning to see the i burgh Pirates a 2 tu 1 victory over j Razorbacks play in Little Rock this ] tno second place Boston Braves.! fall and haven't made a hotel ; Johnny Sain was the loser as Pitts- i reservation, you'd belter plnn tni' :)llr «h climbed into third place I drive to and from the capital city I almad of tho Cards. j on the day of each game. " I The American League race was Of Little Rock's" four major | tightened as the second nlaee New hotels, only one isn't already com-' Y<j rk Yankees and the third pletoly booked up for four playing dates. Inat one re Pa., who now has won Today's Games By The Associated Press National League Philadelphia at St. Louis (night). Brooklyn at Chicago (2. New York at Pittsburgh 'night). Boston at Cincinnati (night). American League of North undergo a Cleveland at P h i 1 a delphia < night). Detroit at Boston ('night. St. Louis at Now York (night). Chicago at Washington (night). Bonn, Germany, Aug. 31 — i.<p)— j Delegates from Western Gerrn::nv! headed today for this Rhine cily! to form a West German govern'- i ment, despite heated Russian op- ! position. I The task of a pariiamemni y i council, convening tomorrow, will ] ge to agree on a constitution for j the British, American, and French j zones, leaving the door open :or| 0:30 the Russian zone to participate. | 10:00 By stressing the open door, thei 1 "-};' conferees hope to counter a Com-:'": 30 munist-sponsored propaganda cam-; ] ' :(I 9 paign charging the proposed gov-l ]1: '' r ' ernment would split Germany. 11:30 Military governors of the "three western zones are expected to attend the opening ceremonies. Estimates on the length of the conference run from two weeks to two months. German political leaders said protracted debate by the constitution builders can be expected on at least two topics: 1. Should key heavy industries, such as coal and steel be socialized? 2. Should religious schools be authorized, or should Catholic and Protestant children attend the same schools with separate religious instruction? Steps toward forming a government are based on recommendations by a six-power conference of the United States, Britian, France and the Benelux countries in London last June. The 11 German states (Lacnder) of the three Western zones will have G5 delegates here. The wcst- Coach Conway Wilson Little Rock high had to knee operation after being injured in a practice session. A 120-pound gar, six feet, eight j inches in length, was haulad out' of the Ouachita river last week, j The catch was made by George ' Hollis at Huttig and Triy Keathlcy i of North Little Rock while "jug" | fishing. ported reservation requests coining in so fast "we can't promise a thing." Managers of the hotels said this is the earliest they have ever sold out for a football game, o t already coin-; 1 ""; iniiKei-s aiici me mint puic-e j or each of the i Cleveland Indian:; scored night vie-| That one re- !'-ories while the front-running Bos-j Yesterday's results. National League Brooklyn G-G St. Louis 5-1. Pittsburgh 2 Boston 1 (night). (Only games scheduled. American League New York 3 Detroit 0 (night). Cleveland 10 Washington 1 (night i. nm.-ngo 9 Philadelphia G (night, i Only games scheduled). Soi'thern Association Memphis 3 Mobile 2. Birmingham (! Chattanooga 4. Little Rock 5-1 New Orleans G-8. Texas League Houston 5 Fort Worth 4. Oklahoma City 2 Beaumont 1. Oklahoma City 2 Beaumont 1. Shroveport 0-5 Tulsa 15-3. San Antonio 20 Dallas 3. Fsgrnts Last Might- By he Associated Press Brooklyn, N. Y. — Winnie Cidone, ern sectors of Berlin also will send delegates, although it has not been determined whether the political framework evolving at the conference will include western Berlin in its scope. All major parties in western Germany will be represented. Even j the Ruhr Valley Communists will | have two delegates. o Rescue Planes Search for Fishing Boat* Tuesday, p. m., August 31 5:00 Mert's Record Session—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Adventure Parade—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M G:00 Rhythm & Reason 0:15 New.-;, Five .'}lar Final 0:25 Gulf Sports Parada 0:30 News Comment—M 0:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:00 Mysterious Traveler-—M 7:30 Official Dotor:.i^ — M 7:55 Billy Rose—M 8:00 Gabriel Hi-alter—M 8:15 -Mutual News reel—M 8:30 Salute to Youth 8:55 Bill Henry. News—M 9:00 Roger Kilgore, Public De. fender—M 9:30 Billy Bishop's Orch.—M 10:00 All ' the News—M • 10:15 Bnrclny Allen's Orch.—M 10:30 Vaughn Monroe's Orch—M 10:5:5 Mutual Nev/n—M 11-nn Sicn-Off Wednesday a. m., Sept. 1 5:58 Sign on 6:00 Hillybilly Hoedown G:25 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 Bob Poole's Show—M According to the Record Cecil Brown — M Faith in Our Time — M Say U With Music — M Passing Parade — M Tell Your Neighbor — ,M Heart's Desir- — M Kate Smith Speaks —• M John B. Kennedy —• M U. S. Marine Band—M .... Wednesday p. m., Sept. 1 :00 News. Home Edition Market Time Song of the Day Polka Interlude Farm Fair Checkerboard Jamboree—M Queen for a Day — M Golden Hope Chest — M M_ovie Matinee — M Woody ,K; Virginia —M Carniv.il of Music — M Robert Hurleigh—M Johnson Family — M Meet the Band Two-Ton Baker—M Swiiu Time Here's to Veterans Mert's Record Session—M ) Superman—M Adventure Parade Tom Mb:—M The Inside Story News, Five Star Edit-'sn. Gulf Sports Parade News Comment—M Fulton Lewis, Jr. Special Agcm—M High Adventure—M Billy Rose—M Gabriel Heatter—• M Mutual Nev.'sreel—M Erskin Johnson's Story—IVI Bill Henry, News—M Ouinion Aire—M Lionel Hampton—M All the News—M Victor M. Reuther—M Vaughn Monroe's Orch.—M Mutual Reports the News Sign Off 12:10 12:15 12:35 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 Cotton States Standings Team Greenwood .. larksdale ... Hot Springs Natchez reenville . Helena Pine Bluff . El Dorado . BABY CHICKS We will have a shipment of High Quality Baby Chicks Each Wednesday Beginning September 1st. HOPE FEED CO. 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Seattle, Aug. .31 —I.V> — Pianos and surface vessels searched the storm-lashed Pncilie today off the Southwestern Alaska coast for the crew of a fishing boat that .sank during the night. The number of men forced to abandon the Senicr Rustler was (not known. | An SOS sent out at 7:15 p. m. Pacific Standard Time (9:15 CSTi just before the Rustler went down said the crew would attempt to ride out the Hale in an powered tender. Help was asked at once since doubt that the small, open boat could long survive in the towering seas. The distress call gave no further information after listing the Seiner's position. 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:4.1 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 0:00 6:15 0:2,1 (i:30 6:45 7:00 7:?,Q 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:,'!() 8:55 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 Nation's Traffic Deaths Below Last Yeas' Chicago, Aug. 31 —W) —The nation's traffic deaths for the first .seven months this year totaled 10..'590, four per cent below the 17,I-.73 for the similar period in 1947, the National Safety Council said today. There were 2.700 traffic fatali- outboard-jtic.s in July, the council said, ns compared to 2,7!!0 in July, 1947, a drop of three per cent. A herd of 14 dairy cows chews off about one ton of grass a day from a pasture. ..81 ..73 G4 05 72 54 81 49 H7 48 90 .474 .400 who persecuted to the extent of] a remarkably cruel nature all re- ! porters of inferior rank and pay j who had the manhood to eject his 1 personal and political leadership '; and damn his intimate company i of licentious night club bums. ' I Finally, after an interesting cm- j smie of intimidation ayainsl the ; committee which confers the Pulit- y.er awards, Mr. Andrews' coup received the capital pme of the profession. It was the worst selection in the history of the Pulit/er awards, not even defensible by the standards implicated in the work 1 itself and the conditions of the j>il't. • This job presents the whole whin- i ing, reptilian case of the sneak in i government who arouses fair sus- : pic-ions and then, like so many of ! the witnesses hauled before the i committees, instead of helping his j Kovorninent to put down an alien treachery, defies an ill-equipped j Congressional committee to pro\e l mu.sl a case according to the most stilted judicial principles. Mr. Truman and, I dare say. Mr. Andrews and the Herald-Tribune, are finding, however, that tin- public sentiment defeats them. They may well howl for strict court procedure and the observance of the sucrc'd loyal forms. For they know that Congress can not meet those requirements. Bui they know also, that with good game and a half of the top as Satchel Paige, the ancient Negro right-hander, yielded seven hits in beating the Washington Senators, 10 to 1. The victory was Paige's sixth against one defeat. In the only other major league game. the Chicago White Sox pushed across five runs with tv. o out in the ninth to defeat the Philadelphia Athletics, i) to ti. Ft. Wayne and Elkin, N. C. 'to Meet for Title championship. The Elkin (.'iiaUiain Illankeleers earned lisrir in-rlh in the linals by bealin:.' ihe Ml. VVrnun. Wash'. Milkmaids, I) to 7. last night. The Fort Wayne Ci-neral Kli nrics advanced inlo tin 1 linals ljv shutiing -, M. J.. !i to I) New York—iCroke Park)—Walter Cartier. 1GI. New York, • slopped Stanley (Baby) Sims, 1GO, New York (4.' New Haven, Conn. — Bernie Reynolds, 1H1, Fail-field, Conn., IK.eked out Renato Tontini, 17B, Home. Italy, i7>. j Newark N. J.—Eddie Edwards, 145 ;'-•!. New York, outponted Tonv jCiri'.mino, 14G 3-4. Buyonne, N. J.", | (Mi. I Providence, R. 1.—Joe Rindone, Hil 1-1. Uustcn. slopped Tony Alas- riareili. 1(13 3-4, Now York,' (10). Chicago—Sylvester Perkins, 1(J3 '•2. Chicago, outpointed Tommy Harosz. 1U5, Pittsburgh. Texarkana Woman late jni:!-i YVrnuii Hi grand si;,!.i ntil. Each team used Ml. Vernon and Jour pitchers. New Holstein prusecutiou by honest men before | has a population i>i 1.500. The Wis- imparUul non-political American I cousin team wound up in a tie ior courts, the clients of their solici- seventh place in the tournament tude would hang. standings. Takes Opening Tourney Round San Francisco, Aug. 31 —l.-'I'i — Arkansas'* slale champion, Belly MacKinnon, of Texarkana. figured •jf the featured first-round matches of the Women's Western golf championship here MacKinnon teed off against Kire of Findlay, Ohio, after i\i! one of 32 survivors of qualifying lests. Pilot at 14 ; —I/PI— Jai'fiueline Char- :jf Charleville. Belgium, ins at i'uurleen years of age 30 one of the youngest airplane '!»• i.'i the world. She has already vn 102 hours, made her first night six months ago. She would like to be a professional pilot like her father but says with a sigh of envy: "Ah. if only I could pilot a lighter plane—that would be the best of all." Louisiana Solon 1 Made of wool 2 Occupant 3 Hawaiian wreathes ' 4 Chance . 5 Preposition 6 Upon 7 Created 8 Discover HORIZONTAL 61 Eternal 1 ,8 Pictured U.S. VEHTTCAL senator 14 New York ' town 15 Place by force 16 Leave out 17 Norse war god 19 Throw 20 Spanish article 21 Goes fast 23 Dry, as wine 24 Diminutive suffix 25 Thus '? 2H He is from (ab.) 28 Negative 29 Stair post, 31 Implant 33 Age 34 Vigor (slang) 35 Invigorating 37 He takes the • of the late John Overton 40Not (prefix) 41 Compass point 42 Eye (Scot.) 43 While 44 Bind . 46 Distribute 51 Place 52 He was appointed by Gov. Earl 21 Consoles 22 Slid 25 Finch > 9 Type measure 27 Anoint 10 Ready i 11 Animal. displays 32 Hebrew i , ascetic (' 13 French \ architect 18 Id est (ab.) , 30 Encysted tumor ',32 Watering, place j 35 Names 36 Bird 38 Reasons 39 Natural fats. 45 Finishes 47 Elapse 48 Road (ab.) 49 Relieve 50 Egyptian sun god ; 51 Step 53 Obtain 55 Calvin (ab.) 57 Artificial language 59 Lord (ab.) K. 54 First man 55 Container 56 Seniors 58 Comforter 60 Ancient Greek fown '

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