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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, September 3, 1948 CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number* of One Three Six One Words Up to 15 16 to 20 .. 21 to 25 .. 2Q to 30 .. 31 lo 35 .. 86 to 40 .. 41 to 45 48 to 50 Day Days Days Month .45 .00 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 .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 0.00 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 THREE - ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment with private bath. 418 N. Main St., phone 925-W. 31-3t For Sole CJSED ADDING MACHINE AND cash register. Gentry Printing Co. Phona 241. 2-20-ly MY HOME, GO'!. SOUTH HAMIL- ton, five rooms, bath, Venetian blinds, new 42-inch attic fan, new 20-galion automatic hot water heater, de luxe Bcridix washer. Four blocks from courthouse; four blocks from new Ward Two school. May be seen by calling in person at Feeders Supply Co.. 30-61 By Weitbrook Pcglcr Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE AND THREE TWO OR THREE ROOM FUR- nished upstairs apartment. Utilities paid. Phone G88. 31-3t FURNISHED THREE~-~ROOM DtF- i plex. .Seven-foot refrigerator. Phone 1214, or apply 516 S. Grady St.. 31-3t FURNISHED 4-ROOM APART - ment, private bath, electric refrigerator. No children. 220 N. Eim St.. Phone 925-J, Mrs. Anna Judson. 31-3t TO RELIABLE PARTY, 2-BED- room cottage, bath, water, lights, pasture and garden plot. Write Mrs. K. Whitlcy, Hope, Ark. 2-3t FURNISHED APARTMENT?~PRI~- vate entrance. Modern. Phone " 685-W, 321 S. Bonner St.. 2-6t lots, close in. Casey, phone .Sshrdlu etaoin Call Mrs. Kemp 657-W. 30-Gt cmfwyp etaoinm WHITE TABLE TOP GAS RANGE in good condition. Price reasonable. See it at 520 N. Elm.—31-31 TWO - ROOM FURNISHED '• apartment, bath. Utilities paid. To couple only. 712 E. Division. 3-3t FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, UNFUR- nished three-room apartment and three rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Near Schooley's '• Store. Phone. 38-F-ll. 3-31 FOUR-ROOM HOUSE WITH bath. 112 W. 18th St. in front of high school. Phone 1223-J. 3-31 NICE TWO-ROOM UPSTAIRS apartment. Bills paid. Mrs. J. 'W. Turner, 418 S. Elm St.. 3-3t 1938 PONTIAC IN GOOD COND1T- ion. Four new tires. See it at Sale Barn Tuesday, or J. G. Lively, McCaskill, Ark.. 31-31 JOOD RECLEANED FERGUSON 922 Oats. S. D. Cook near Experiment Station. Phone 28-W-1-2. 31-6t LIMITED SUPPLY SINGER SEW- ing machines for immediate delivery. Also, other reasbnably priced used sewing machines. Singer Sewing 1 Machine Center, Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone G89, J. M. Atkins. 2G-lmo SANDING AND PUNISHING floors. Householders wanting floors sanded or finished, call , Vernon Osburn, phone 9GG-W. 2-3w Wonted ,NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIPT- ions to any magazine. Chas. Reynerson, Phone 28 or 369-W. 21-lm PASSENGER TO OAKLAND, Calif.. Will leave between Sept. 10 and ;i2. Contact Sgt. William Reyenga, Emmet, Ark.. 2-3t Notice IRON GRAY MULE, WEIGHT about 800 pounds, taken up at my home.: Owner may have mule by paying for ad and feed. V. H. Powell, Patmos, Ark.. 2-3t GRAVEL NOW BEFORETHE weather gets bad, Phone 1045-J. 2-31 Oldest State Flower The state of Oregon went to one of her oldest families for a state flower, the Oregon grape. Fossil leaves of the plant show that it has inhabited the region I'or more than 30,000,000 years. LET FOY DO IT « Level yards • Dig Post Holea • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lot* * Also custom work, HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phono 1068 8. Walnut St BABY CHICKS We will have a shipment of nigh Quality Baby Chicks Each Wednesday Beginning September 1st. HOPE FEED CO. "Your Nutrena Feed Dealer" Call 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. 1 Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 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 large or too small. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 119 Edgewood Ave. Phone 1280 "We Go Anywhere Any Tlrne" 108 S. Elm St.. 31-Gt lOtf.-ACRE BLACKJLAND FARM, located on highway three-quarters mile from small station on railroad. About 50 acres in row crops, 10 acres in nice meadosy, 30 acres in timber, 10 acres in good pasture. Good house, large barn, one tenant house, deep well. I£ interested let us show you. Floyd Porterfield & Son 31-3t New York, Sept. 2—In the open ing sentence of his book called "Washington Witch Hunt," which deserved the lavish praise which it received from the Communist press, Bert Andrews, a Washington journalist, presents himsolf as a warrior for "your" civil liberties. Mr,' Andrews hastens to heap audier honor on himself when, on his 20th little page, he salutes a dull and motivated series of his own essays, published in the New York Herald Tribune, as "an account that shocked the nation x x and encouraged those who had too timid to fight for civil I iberties." I Not since the Herald Tribune advertised the rubbish of the levantine sneak known as John Roy Carlson, the paltry heroics of a frightened snoop, have I encountered such pretentious claims tor such seedy journalism. This fellow readily acclaims tiimself as a Zola, a hero whose warts were filed off in the casting. Like Carlson, who all but col- an inter- Bob Reynolds, a harmless fat conjures dangers which daunted men of little heart but found him brave and fine. The Herald Tribune, which he serves in Washington, itself so dearly prized these liberties (hat Barnhill Looking for Place-Kick Specialist Fayottevillc. Sept. 3 — dV) —University of Aikansns football coach John Barnhill is striving to find a place-kicking artist to replace the graduated Aubrey Fowler. And apparently his best bets are Jack Richards, sophomore end from Beiilon. and Jim Heichcrt. .(former veteran fullback now playing tackle. Both worked long and hard on their kicking in yesterday's practice sessions and both showed good form on extra points and field Soals. Fowler left the Rnxorbacks something to think about in the way of place-kicking in the last game.) His three perfect boots for points after touchdowns gave Arkansas a 21-19 triumph over William and Mary in the Dixie Bowl last New Year's day. lapsed in terror awaiting view with Senator ~ ' of North Carolina, head, Mr. Andrews A Word to the WSse WHITE CORNISH AND fryers. 2 to 2'/ 2 pounds. 130, Lon Sanders. ROCK Phone 31-31 IN GOOD CONDITION Phone 22-F-1-3. — l-3t Mrs. Irita Van Doren. a priestess in the cult which made a historic DSS of Wendell Willkic, had the serene gall to inform a reader that, of course, they investigated John Roy Carlson before they were willing to stamp a high literary value on his trash. They I checked him at the Department of Justice and the State Department | and, she added, but later withdrew the remark hecausc it was absolutely raise, he had been praised for patriotic secret service done at considerable risk. Actually, he had been planted in the L'BI for a few months as an informant, but his results were paltry and ho was let go, in spite of which the -Herald Tribune joined in this hoax on the Americans in time of war. The intellectual goose of a paper which desires witch- hunts were ready to cxalc a hack who got a good report from our geslapo, or presumably to smear and smother a non-conformist. The rise and reign and final dc- ni?npnr>M QTTTPV TART TV -rnr. P aj ' tui 'e from the Herald Tribune BEDROOM SUITE, TABLE - TOP of Joseph Barnes, its foreign edi- gas range dinette set mattress Un . who pitted on Wilikie as small table, two rockers, and j his ' interpreter of the Ru^aii language _and political subtleties, CORNET, for $55. THOROUGHBRED POLAND CHI- na pigs, big type. Gordon H. Smart, 7 miles out on Highway 29. l-Gt TWO SADDLE HORSES, A WES^- crn saddle and a pony saddle. Phone 356. l-3t SEVEN-FOOT CROSLEY SHEL- vador in good condition. Phone 586-J. 2-3t Hope'fans took a look at the new 3948 Bobcat squa-J last nigh! and came away feeling that the boys have a lot of woik ahead of them. A large crowd turned out. Wilh (he opening game only a week away the Cats still have'not that polished precision and timing that makes a team click. But the bo"s have possibilities. Condition seems good with only a couple of weeks of practice and the spirit couldn't be better. The whole squad is working hard and improvement is noticed daily. Standing out last night was the baekfield which is made up of ex- pei icnccd men. A good starting line can be fielrled but the reserves have yet to be proven. The sciuad has weight and may be the best balanced in years. The youngsters are eager and are working twice daily to lie ready for DeQ'ieen. Coaches ToIIelt, Martin and Hopkins arc experienced hands and arc making every effort to have them ready. Come game time Friday. September 10, Hone fans will see a vastly improved team. o • Hogan, Mangrum Favorites in Reno Open Reno, Nev., Sept. 3 —OP)— Ben Hogan and Lloyd Mangrum rated one-two favorites today in the opening of the $25,000 Reno open tournament, a prize bauble in golf competition. Such topflight golfers as Jim my Dernaret. Ed (Porky I Oliver, Dick Met/. ET J. (Dutch) Harrison and Vic Ghez/i are going against the straightshooting Hogan and Mangrum over the fat but treacherous par 72 Washoe county course. Metz. off his game of Lite, was expected to be firing his shots down the middle again i'or today's opening round in the 72hole meet. Mangrum is fresh from his championship in the $12,;iOO Salt Lake City ogen. Sammy Baugh chuckles on the bench over a yarn told by Harr> Gilmer during a lull in scrimmage at the Washington Redskins training camp at Occidental College, Eagle Rock, Calif* The Alabama whiz is 'understudying the old pass master. Memphis Holds Slim Edge <ijt Over Vols By The Associated Press For baseball at its best have a henut MemPl r n ». d Neville of the Southern Association. nhU hnlrl a nn'i g S *^ eS ^ phis held a .001 percentage lead over the Nashville Vols. During 1 nJi r ! ICia H "'? ^viphis won a doublcheader from the New Or- eans Pelicans o-2 and 5-3. Also. the Vols outslugged the BirminR- ham Barons to win a wild one 15;,,„,„ ,, „,. . . . , . „ Today the Chicks lead is .005 percentage points, or half a nig. See Mrs. Ed Spring Hill. Collins at 3-3t Lost WHITE PURSE IN FRONT OF Morgan & Lindsey. Finder return to Lehman Auto & Plome Supply. 2-lt RED HOUND, WITH FAY GOR- don, Prescott, Ark., name on collar. Notify Tom Duckett, phone 334-W, Hope, Ark.. Reward 2-3t Real Estate for Sale 175 ACRES, ONE BRICK AND two stone houses, modern. Bordering city limits, on paved highway, $20,000. Will sell in separate blocks. 4CO-acre stock farm close in on 67 highway. This is a real bargain. $30 per acre. Many other smaller farms and city houses. See Lewallcn & Collier, E. Third St.. 2-3t NEW AND MODERN 5-ROOM house, Venetian blinds. Located ' 1024 S. Walnut, phone 977-J between 8 a. m. and 0 p. m.. 2-3t FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON E. 15TH St.. $2,250 cash, balance $25 per month. ' Will give possession. Floyd Porterfield & Son. 3-31 Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No. GB50 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Citizens Bank and Hobbs Western Company .......... Plaintiff Dennis R. Williams, Et Al ........... Defendant The Defendant, Dennis R. Williams is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the cross complaint of the Defendant, Clark County Bank. Witness my hand and the seal of ?aid court this 12th day of August C. E. WEAVER, Clerk By Omera Kvans, D. C. 'Uiff. 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3 REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7023 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 _ . - ------------- , was related in those pastorals Inst winter. They may have hastened his going to become the editor and an owner, with whose financial backing the public never was told, of Marshall Field's thing, known also as PM, PU and now as the New York Star. Mr. Barnes was a savage anti-Nazi who somehow was always prevented from coming to bloody grips with the Hun. The details of his ideology and associations have been published here. Now. considering these sketchy references to the Herald Tribune's politics and its attitude toward intellectual freedom and civil liberties, one may ask what is the idea of the furor over Mr. Andrews by Mr. Andrews in the Herald Bribe? His lament is raised on behalf of a mythical government employe who gets fired at the pleasure of the government on reasonable suspicion that ho keeps bad company. This seems to Mr. Andrews to lie a terrible thing. For more than ten years I have been waging a campaign against the wanton firing and blacklisting of Americans through the power ol unions, which got this power direct from the Roosevelt government. his power was conferred as a political favor to an auxiliary of the the Roosevelt party. About 15 million citizens are now subject to Everything is set for the Donkey Softball game at Fair park tonight between the American Legion and VFVV members. Proceeds will go to benefit the Legion Junior Baseball team. A downtown parade will be held at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. The public is invited. o New Dan Woi i words fo j"lenrnin' 'wonderin letes don't try professional boxing, ."They're big and healthy and they can "take a" busted nose in football," Morgan marvels. "Ihey ain't all. rich and if they wanta make money they can make H in boxing even faster than in high jacking and that used to be .the best racket in tho world." . . .Dan probably has the explanation in his talc of the time Britton tried to Smart- May Not Defend Oil Belt Title E , DoradOi Scpt _ 3 _ (/P) _ It was uncertain whether Richard (Bubba > Smart of Pine Bluff would b:; on hand to defend his 19.17 championship as play began today in the 23rd annual 'Oil Belt o 0 !f tournament. Smart, twotime Oil Belt winner when lie and J:ickj an d former Arkansas amateur make a boxer out icing, was defeated in the fourth By MILTON RICHMAN New York, Sept. 3 — (UP) — Brooklyn may yet compete in the 19'l« World Series with the help of power, pitching or providence, but certainly not with the help of Southpr.w Johnny Schmitz of tluij, Cubs. ** The Dodgers have dropped 11 games to Chicago this season, more contests Hum they have lost to any other club. and Schmitz has whipped Brooklyn six times. Schmit:'.. a slencled. six-foot-two inch fastballer, registered his 16th triumph of the year when he beat Brooklyn 7 to 0. yesterday. The de feat cut the Dodgers' National League lead to a mere two per ccntage poinls over the second place Boston Braves. The Cub lefthander, who lost hi.';^ first game of the year to Brooklyn on Wednesday, relieved Bob Rush in the sixth inning yesterday and held the Dodgers scoreless from that point on. Meanwhile, Chicago broke a G-ti tie and produced the i winning run in the last half of the | sixth on Roy Smalley's walk, Schmitz' sacrificed and Emil Ver ban's single lo left field. The defeat concluded Brooklyn's Western invasion with a record of nine victories and four defeats. Three of those setbacks were at the hands of the lastplaee Cubs. "' The Cubs clouted four Dodger pillhers for 11 hits yesterday, in chiding a homer by Eddie Waitkus. Veterans Phil Cavarretla led the . , . Chicago offensive with three hits. : , .. mgnl was a near repetition Lanv Jansen, ace of the New i- C? C n,r pl ' evJ i OUS one - Wednesday i York Giants' pitching staff, racked 'night Memphis won a double-head- up h is Ifilh victory of the year by or when a single loss would have l boat i ns the fourthplace Pittsburgh dropped them out of the lead. , pj ra tes, !i to 4. Jansen, who had Nashville also won thai night. Again last night one loss and Memphis would have tumbled since Nashville won. The Chicks now own a 14 out of 17 winnnig record. Nashville is clipping along with 11 triumphs in \ r ,., 17 games. Ralph Brown, Ernie Logan and diet Had.juk socked balls" onl of Chattanooga's park to give Atlanta 7-5 victory. Mobile "and Litlle Rock rained out. Tonight's games: Atlanta at Chattanooga. Birmingham at Nashville Litlle Rock at Mobile. Memphis at Now Orleans. failed on six previous attempts to notch his ICth decision, almost al lowed the Buccaneers to tie the game in the ninth when they scored three runs. ^ There were no other tie games scheduled. major Tokyo Rose Is •En route fro Ameri-. facing a Francisco, of Dan Morgan, Jr.. now a movie j round of the National Amateur theater manager. . . ."We wont to JTournarnenl al Memphis and tell his mother," Morgan explains, i hadn't indicated whether he would "And she run me and Britton and j defend his title in the four the kid. all of us, right out of the \ meet. day house." Clear skies and warm sun were forecast for loday's qualifying Getting Chewsy 'round. The Hialeah Park publicity dept. : Pro-amateur matches were to gleefully reports thai the big allijbe played at the same time the '"''amateurs qualified. Included in the in FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM A&phalt Tile • Rubber Tllo ROY ALLISON Phone 280 ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED ond REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts. Berwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phont . . Residence Phone 314 231-J such dismissal and black-listing by unions with only the most illusory right of appeal to the public courts The fact that that right is an illusion is shown by tin; fact that no such case has ever reached the supremo court. Not more than a dozen may he found on record the inferior courts. Such dismissal and ostracism may be imposed as a penalty for the expression of political opinions, for buying goods in forbidden stores, and for joining a forbidden political party or faction. They may be thus persecuted, and their dependents with them, for organizing orderly pin liamcntary opposition in their union meetings or holding caucus outside regular meetings to organize opposition lo thieves, racketeers and thugs. They may be Ihrown out permanently, under to;al expulsion, and thus barred for ever from membership in all other sympathetic unions, in other trades for announcing in this year, ID-it! that they intend to vote for Guver- ior Dowey for president. Some were so punished for so announcing in 19-14. Tins year the CIO has expelled Harry Bridges from his position of regional director on the Pacific coast because he uxurcised his legal right of political preference by siding with Henry Wallace. That is a restraint on In'.s political liberty. Such intimidation, the abridgf- iiK'iil of tho political and intellectual rights and rights of association of millions of citi/ens, has gone unnoticed by the Herald Tribune and Mr. Andrews. Tins persecution is run/ly based on communism. however. Most often it is a punishment for protest a;.;ain.^t racketeering or robbery. And the threat and the power are so well understood that actual cases are tew because the subjects of the union sjslein of terror know they can't win. Therefore they .submit. Mr. Andrews and llie Herald Tribune are late. Most of their clients have tiie appearance of guilt. Tlie utter impossibility ol giving 'hem tormal trials on the issue ol communism is apparent to all who 'recall the trials of Harry Bridges, iwhich took live, years and cost a million, and his final vindication by a S).')it Verdict u[ the. supreme coui t. The United Stale:: should have. the power lo lire anyone on suspicion. There is nu right to any such job. In actual practice it isn't the Communist or the fellow-traveler v.'hu gets fired. It j.s the American working in a bureau where there is u cell of Communists. Bv JAMES F. DONOVAN United Press Staff Correspondent Democrats and Republicans traded charges of "cheap politics" and "deception" today in an angry skirmish over the top two issues of the campaign— Comniunist-in government and high food prices. The debate gave voters a clear indication of the oratory to come when President Trumnn and f-o'-. Thomas E. Dewey of New York open their formal campaigns for election later on this month. Dewey, the GOP presidential nominee, started the present 'jattle late Wednesday when he said it a Republican president removing Communists to start from the federal payroll. Ami Harold E. Slassen, who \v'll take the stump for Dewey in the campaign, charged yesterday that the administration timnmh its price-support program was "deliberately keeping food they should prices high be coming "when down." President Truman struck back at both statements at his news (•onlY-renco lale yesterday. He said 'ho few Communists who wormed their way onto the federal payroll have long since been discovered and discharged. Moreover, the president said, he will lake time during his campaign to prove that the spy investigation of Ihe GOP-controllcd House Un- American Activities committee is nothing more than a "red herring" to cover up the failure of the GOP Congress to check inflation. As tor Stassen's statement, the '"resident said, he didn't believe the agriculture department's price supoort program is a big factor in the high cost of living, tut he let I the major job of defending it to ator which invaded the infield lake in search of Flamingo cutlets has been trapped after successful ly evading the Seminole gator catchers who were on -display last winter. . . .From now on the. only bite put on the horse players will come from the mutucl depl. Kickoff Arkansas U. May come up witn a pretty fail' football learn named Scott. .' . .Clyde iSmackoven Scott will plav tailback and his brother. Tracy, may make the grade at wing'back. ". . .Clyde Smith, now In diana U. coach, had to move into a log cabin while awaiting the apart'meiT. promised him in Bloom ington, hid. . . .At Ic-.isl lie wasn't stumped. . . .The Kansas U. foot ball squad has so many ligli'. weights thai Coach Kule'.; Sikcs 300 players regislered for the meet are Red i Roden, Odessa, Tex., national ! amateur player, and three former :Oil Bell lillehoders, Tommy Gaug :han. Camclen, and Henry Levy and ; Willie McCrolly, Little" Rock. j First round matches will be i played tomorrow and second 1 round play is scheduled for Sun Turneso Tops Second Round of Tourney Semifinals will be o Monday. Favorites Advance Memphis, TV;,,... Sept. 3 ~ UP) — Ironmaster Willie Turnesa of Elmsford, N. Y., carried his cam paign for a second National Anna teur golf tournament into the semifinal round against long driving Eugene Dahlbender of Atlanta Ga., today. Paired in Ihe other 3Ghole semi final were Ray Billows of Pough keepsie, N. Y., who yesterday popped Frank Stranahan's dream's of a Iriple crown, 7 and r> and Charley Coo of Oklahoma City. Turnesa, who won the National in IJJ38 and Ihe British Amateur last master of the deep rough on the 0,617 yard par 70 Memphis Country course. Little Willie whacked his way out of the troublesome rough for a 3 and 1 victory over Marvin (Bud) Ward, twotime Spokane. Wash., Tokyo. Sept. 3 — (UP) can-born Tokyo Rose, jtreason trial in San I started home today. Tight-lipped and poker-faced, Mrs. Ivn Toguri D'Aquino, 32 walked up the gangplank of the U. S. Army Transport Gen. Hodges, which had hundreds ol! homeward- bound American soldiers aboard. The soldiers crowded the decks and snapped pictures of Mrs. D'Aquino. who wore -T smart jumper skirt and silk blouse. She had a flat "no" in both Japanese and English for requests for a statement. ----- o ---- «Living Cosfrs Reason for Suicide SoffboSS Meet to training table et u ratte His Secretary Charles F. Agriculture Brannan. Brannan labelled Stassee's mark a "typically deceptive, accurate political statement." New York, Gov. Boimloi was reunited his 7~!-yea r-o'd who had been since' b e i i ing house rent. The for hi again ly m; him. "1 love Te\as and admin live stale, bvil I have lived York since P.l'.IO and it is h 1 tool more 1 al home now.' Jestor said at a press confei the governor had called in suite at the UooscVelt Claude Jester (lei where he had been sine how he is supporting ce.pl thai lie hail iindei tion i i r 111 Little Rock. Sept. 3 — </P) — The North Little Rock Fort Roots Vet ei LUIS aivl the entry from Dallas. Tex., will make first appearances here umiimt in the second phase of (he .Southwest regional sottball tou rna mcnt. North Little Rock's team will meet the favored Houston Brewers at !! p. m. The Dallas club will meet the Lltlh.' Rock Worthen Bankers in the final game of the night's ses sioll. A pitching duel between Julian ruijawa of the Brock of the '.earn teatured Miami. Fla., Sept. 3 —(UP) — Police said today that the high cost of living drove Samuel Porter'. Young. 47-year-old hardware clerk',. 1 '. to commit suicide. . . Young was found dead in his home yesterdav, ;> .22 calibre pistol • bullet through "his heart. Notes ho* had scribbled on discarded envelopes said he had become so sick, champion from tired and nervous that he couldn't ,r,r,,.,,i,, , _, rr,, ? oslcr " !1 - V s \ siceD because "expenses are too moining round. Then he turned j much for our income." of Holly my na- ii i" New re that Claude Okla., curtain taised as the Texas club scored a ; !:> victory. Each pitcher only al ; lowed one hil and only one ball lefi tile inlield. Little Rock scored an easy C-2 in over Baton Koiige in the last ame of the night. Finals in the double elimination ; meet will be played Sunday. Baseball Standings Association back Biuce McCormick wood. Calif., 2 and 1 in the ciuar lerfinal. Dahlbender, the Dixie champion yesterday outdistanced Louis Cass of Hollywood, Calif., ti and 4 and Louisiana champion Jimmy Me Gonagill of Shreveport, 1 up in 19 holes. Billows made his third trip into the semifinals with a steady game mat dropped William Barrett of Memphis, ;j and 4, and then com pletely demoralized Stvanahan. Coo, former Trans-Mississippi ti- Uisl and winner of the last two Broadrnpor invitationals al Colora ,^.. ..„.„.., d .° Springs Colo., played the •ewers and Cliff l sU Vp dle - sl R° lf ol the day. Young's IG-ycar-olcl daughter, Shirley Ann, was at the- grocery store buying a bottle of milk when her father shot himself. His wife, Vera, was in Jacksonville, Fla.. where their 21-year-old son Samuel was to report to the navy. Today's Games Okmulgue, last night's rein- He that it was designed lo obscure a New- York slate action which would increase milk prices by one cent a quart in Buffalo and Rochester. Brannan also brought up the question of milk prices received by ihe Dewey farm at Pawling, N. Y. He asked if the price wasn't "at a substantial premium" above led- cral-slate marketing agreements. Paul l.ockwood. Dewey's .secretary, denounced Brannan's static- mint as "cheap, campaign charges.' 'He said the Uewcy farm was paid only the "going price o milk" in ihe area. Other political developments: Truman campaign-- Pivxii Truman said he intends to c; paign by train so he can speak as many "whistle stop" towns possible, lie said his plans are complete yet. hut that he expects j in speak in Chicago and to wind up his campaign with speeches it; St. Louis and Kansas City. Mo. Wallace Henry A.'Wallace, the Progressive party presidential candidate, had meeting-place trouble in his first campaign stop in Arkansas. Tl'u: Wallaceites were re- ftiaeu the use of the Municipal auditorium and several oilier large places in Litlle Rock bin hoped to gel one in time for tile candidate's morning mcetin;i- Meanwhile, C.B. Memphis Nashville irmingham Mobile New Orleans Atlanta Little liock Chaltanooi'a Malvern Publisher re- Be Buried :«t 4 p. m. Friday ght) Die lanky, 24-year-old Oklaho- nian waa three strokes under par m beating Julius Boros of Bridge port. Conn., and Arthur Armstrong of Honolulu, Hawaii, both by 4 and 3 counts. Bathers, Dodgers Win as Exoected in Cotton Playoff By The Associated Press Greenwood and Hot Springs are out front in the Cotton States League's Shaughnessy playoffs. ihe Dodgers, champs of the oop, won the opening game of their hall of the playoff semifinals at home last night, defeating the Natchez Indians 2-1 The Bathers, playing at Clarksdale, handed the Planters a 3-0 i shutout as Dick Strh.s hurled ' three-hit ball. Greenwood scored is winnin" run in the third inning on C'ontei" fielder Cliff Stewart's sinplc •> I wild pitch by Al lletisser anil single by First Baseman Nibbs. Lade Dean, on the mound the iJodger.s, held Natchez to satetie.s. ' -At C'iarksdaic, Sfrahs sturck out eight Planters and didn't walk a man. Th and d dale The teams will sites tonight. By The Associated Press National League Philadelphia at Boston. New York at Brooklyn (2). Chicago at Pittsburgh Only games. American League Washington at New York (2). Detroit at Chicago (night. Cleveland at St. Louis (2-twi- night.i. Boston at Philadelphia (night. •> a Eddie for six Bathers garnered three runs 11 eight of their hits off the iveries of Bub Upton, Clarks- same Yesterday's results. National League Chicago 7 Brooklyn G. New York 5 Pittsburgh 4. (Only games. American League No games. Southern Association Atlanta 7 Chnttanoopa 5. Nashville 15 Birmingham 12. Memphis 5-5 New Orleans 2-3. Little Rock at Mobile rain. Texas Le^pue Houston 7 Dallas 5. Fort Worth 5 San Antonio 4. Tulsa 7 Beaumont 0. Shreveporl 4-112 Oklahoma City 70. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press New York—Tommy Bell, 148, Yciungstown, O., outpointed Doug Ralford. 141, Brooklyn UO). Wali-rbury, Conn. '— Willie Pep, 129. Hartford, Conn., stopped John ny Dell, i;-;3. Brooklyn (8—non title). — Al (Red) go, outpointed Bridgeport, Malvern Workers Chose AFL as Bargaining Agent By United Press Worcester, Mass Priest. l. r >.'-!. Cambridg Joe De niartino, ]5I, Conn., (101. North Dams, Mass. -- Doc Wil liams. 172. North Adams, knocked out O'Neal Shannon. 173. Newport News. V;i.. t2>. Watervilk-. Me. —Jackie Fisher, UK!. WaU->-vi!''<'. knocked out Eddie Ban;;or, (2). Sept. 3 — if'Pi —--Funeral • i-' s !or Julian Heard Buerste- . t!!>. founder o! the Mulvc-rn y Record, v.-ere scheduled here y at 4 p. in. i-r. who as serving as of the Arkansas Press As- died at his home yester- uay. lie had been ill fur eight 'months. Malvern, Sept. 'i — i.-Vi —The In- 'cinational Chemical Workers Union (AFL) lias been chosen as bargaining agent for employes al the National Lead company. Baroid sales division, here. The National Labor Relations, board said workers voted 114 to 70 in favor of the organization over the United Gus, Coke and Chemical led to Workers of America iC'lO.i. years i.looy jpiuk'deiiJhia, till. | Fall I-iivi.-r, Mass.— Jackie sun, ISO, uincy. knocked out iSinabaldi. 147, Berlin. N. H. Montreal—Juhnny Greco, real vs. Larry Cisneros arkido. 137 12. 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