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Pege Foi CLA Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Day Days Days Month Words Up to IS 10 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 86 to,40 41 to'45 40 to 50 .45 .CO .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 .90 3.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2. DO 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 Phono For Rent FOUR EOOM"' APARTMENT. Close to Paisley school. See C. C\ Dodson at Basket Factory. __ 10-3t THREE FURNISHED ROOMsT~2 miles out on Rosston road. See Mrs. J. W. Camp. 10-3t .FURNISHED. APARTMENT"~U"P~ stairs. No children or pets. 404 Nprth Main. ll-3t 2 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment, close in. Mrs. Mart Yocom, 322 South Walnut, Phone <05-W 11 -3t Male instruction Notice BEGINNING OCTOBER 4TH, I will conduct ni;>ht classes in shorthand for a limited number of students. If interested please get in touch with me immediately. Clarice Cannon. I0-3t For Sol© LARGE WATERMELONS 75 TO 110 pounds. Corner Hope Furniture Company. E. H. Hubbard, Patmos, Route 1. 7-Gt SEVEN TOOT COOLERATOR, used two months. Can be sera at M. G. Crane Store, seven miles south of Hope on Lewis- vine road. g.Gt NEW COOK gas or butane, butane heater and 500 gallon butane lank. (Can have tank by taking up payments). See or write~J. T. Waters, Rosston, Route 2, Highway 4. 10-3t 1042 MODEL HARLEY-DAVIDSON Motor Cycle in excellent condition. Can be seen at Sport Center.. Winston Monts. i3-()t INSTRUCTION, MALE. EXCEL- lunt earning Opportunities in Auto Body & Fender work, in, eluding welding, spray painting and metal work. Easy to learn now in your spare time. Chance for. a good job or a shop of your own. We'll show you how. Here's one of the most profitable branches of the bi# Auto business. Get the facts. Veterans and Civilians. Write today. Auto-Crafts ' Training, Box 98, Hope Star. __ ___ ___ _ 13-3t INSTRUCTION, M^LET"MECHAN^ ically minded men look into Refrigeration and Air Conditioning as a profitable future career. Write Utilities Inst. Box 98, c-'o Hope Star. 13. LIVING, BEDROOM AND DIN- etle suites. Gas range, and other BieOADCASTIHO SYSTEM Monday, September 13, 1948 of Baseball 13 — OP1 — Conzelman items. Can be Washington. seen at 516 N. 13-31 USED 0-FOOT FRIGIDAIRE, A-l condition. Reasonable price Terms. McPherson Appliance Co. 222 E. Third Street. 13.31 Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone G89, J. M At- Wanted SALESMAN. GOOD JOB FOR right man. See Mr. Page for interview. Hope Beverage Company, Phone 1173. 13-3t FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tllo ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT « level yards • Dlfl Post Holes • Plow Gardens « Cut Vacant Lot» .•• Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1068 8. Walnut 8t Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phone 314 Residence Phone . . . 231-4 FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN SANDING AND floors.. Householders wanting floors sanded or finished, fall Vernon Osburn, phone 9CG-W." __ __ _ 2-3w __ Lost- BLACK MARE MULE, SCAR~ON right hind leg. Robert Williams. Iiope, Route 1. 13-3t Esfcate tor Sale 277-ACRE STOCK FARM, TWO dwellings, tvyo barns, other buildings. Electricity, daily mail and bus. Seven miles north Hope Highway 20. Bargain for quick sale. J. M. Hinds, Arab, Ala 13-3t REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarka >a Rendering Plant Dial 3-7U23 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 REFRIGERATION : SERVICE isj- :pui* lousiness. Prompt and'efficient service on all mokes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edoewcod Hope r Call 129 or 806 (nights) House Wiring, Repairs or any- thl«0 Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 Special Notice f:0r the Best in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning repairs Call 1280 Nights and Sunday 1231-J The Brcwster Refrigeration Service has had 22 years experience in all types Commercial and Domestic Refrigeration anH Air Conditioning. No Job too large or too Email. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 119 Edgewood Ave. Phone 1280 "We Go Anywhere Any Tlrn e " "Top Contenders May Decide New Heavyweight Title Washington, Sept. 13 —M>) — The heavyweight championship of the world, 100 per cent muddled now that Joe Louis has said he's quitting, may be cleared up somewhat after tonight's fight between Ez- zf 'rd Charles and Jimmy Bivins The two Ohioans — Charles 'is from Cincinnati and Bivins from Cleveland—meet in a ten-round bout, at Griffith stadium. A crowd ol between 15,000 and 20,000 is expected. Charles is a 2-1 favorite to get by Bivins. He has fought Bivins three times, losing the first, winning the second and taking the third on a knockout. Swimming underwater, a penguin uses UK flippers for propulsion and stretches its feel out behind to help in steering. Monday p.m., Sept. 13 5:00 Men's Itecord Session—M Superman—M Adventure Parade—M Tom Mix—M Thc Inside Story News. Fiv<- ."-tar Final Today in Sports News Comment—M Fulton Lewis, Jr. Thc Falcon—M Gregory Hood—M Billy Rose—M Gabriel Heatter—M Mutual Ncwsreel—M Quiet Please—M Bill Henry, News—M l-'ishine &• Hunting Club—* Michael Zarron's Orch.—M Hal. Graham's Orch.—M All the News—M Neil Golden's Orch.—M Jack Fina's Orch.—M Mutual News—M Sign Off Tuesday a.m., Sept. 14 5:58 Sign on Hillybilly Hocdown Bargain Roundup News. First Edition Arkansas Plowboys Market Reports Farm Breakfast Program Melody Boys The Devotional Hour Musical Clock News, Coffee Cup Edition Sunrise Serenade Slogan Parade- Bob Poole's Show—M According to the Record Cecil Brown—M Faith in Our Time—M Say it With Music—M Passing Parade—M Victor H. Lindlahr—M Heart's Desire—M Kate Smith Sneaks—M Kate Smith Sings—M Prescolt Hour Tuesday p.m., Sept. 14 12:00 News, Home Edition Market Time Farm Agent Polka Interlude Farm Fail- Checkerboard Jamboree—M Queen for a Day Golden Hope Chest—M Movie Matinee—M Woody & Virginia—M Carnival of Music- Robert Htirleigh—M The Johnson Family—M Time to Dance Two-Ton Baker—M Swinj? Time 5:15 5:30 5:45 0:00 fi:15 8:25 6:30 0:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 fi:30 8:55 f): no 0:30 fl:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 G:00 B:25 0:30 G:40 0:55 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 7:55 8:00 8:30 8:45 8:55 9:00 0:15 .0:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 11:00 11:15 11:30 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 3:45 4:00 By CARD LUNDQUIS T New York .Sept. 13 — (UP) — He'd !je thc first to protest at being called a "miracle man" but what el.se'is there to say (odav about Bill Meyer, the freshman pilot whoso Pittsburgh Pirates ;ire firmly in second place when logic says they should be in thc second division? 11 isn't in the ten leaves for the j Philadelphia Sept. [Some day Jimmy ! \vould like to get a' doctor to explain to him v.-hat it is about the human system that requires a | man to get slightly steamed up jbcfore he can play a good game of football Jimmy, .a man of •many talents is afraid he may , run out of ways to bring his Chi- u-.'igo Cardinal:; "up" before the i end of the long pro football sea: son. . . ."its a fact that yon can't i play good football if you're calni .going into a game." savs Conzel- iman. "But you' can't get Vour team aroused emotionally for every Texas Loaded lain as 'This is another in a scries discussing Southwest Conference fooibail prospects.'i (pirates to beat out the Boston : H . aim> - '''' u - reaction is too Braves, yet they are closing. j n rp . j Youjiave to use different lentlessly and after their seventh straight victory were just three game? out of first place. Yc'.«tr.-rdny. with ancient Rip Sewell beating the Chicago Cubs for the seventh time this -season". the Pirates scored a 7 to while the Braves were triumph splitting ,','reat. meth- Psycholoriy Lesson The Cards have played three games so far and here's how Con- zclman mode his mental By HAROLD V. RATL1FF Austin. Tex., Sept. 13 —If)— The university of play football Texas before expects to 440,000 fans lions. 4 decision before battle in 13 inn- with the Phils di'opping a 0 to winning a 2 to ings. Sewcll's incredible success with the Cubs is only one of the reasons why Meyer is the front line candidate for "Manager of the Year" honors regarrlless of whether the Hues overtake the Braves. Sal- .Thc Chicago all game was simple he says. prcpara- star He vaged from baseball's scrap heap, at Philadelphia, j.H'- s( adopted rival Frank Leahy's '"peeping," method with redoubled emphasis. . . . "Every -time Leahy v.-ould say we'd beat his team by r,Q points I'd talk about our injuries and .say the all stars would win by GO". . '. .For the 'non- ycr exhibilinn against the Washington Redskins: I just told them il you re a good team this season with 255,00 of them at (home. It will be a new attendance record boih for Texas and the .-jouthwest Conference. And Texas appears to have the team to justify such a turnout. It boasts speed, experience and versatility. It will have top punting and passing. It will have one oJ the finest lines in the country. Coach Blair Cherry thinks young i aul Campbell will step into the luarlcrback spot vacated by the 4-year-olcl right hando'r. now boasts a flashy 11-3 mark for the season. Yet he would have spent Pirate coach had it on or off like a you told the season as a (it not been for the daring fait|i"of ^'' L ' c ' | Meyer who figured Sewell could i in - e ivvm games if he had plenty ofi'' jncl rest. Yesterday, topping the Cubs for the Mlh time against ciaht losses this season, the Bucs. profited "by 1-1 walks while Sewell didn't give up any and yielded only five hits one a homer by Hal Jeffcoat. Four of Pittsburgh's runs were forced across on walks. Butch Leonard, though touched lor 14 hits managed to beat the Braves for his 11th victory see it you can turn il on" Last Saturday's Inquirer against the Eagles here a different nroblem. It originally for Friday ;i Monday game iii a long train ride. . them it was a shame can Lets Layne set Layne without In view of the Arkansas Woman Rotes Highly in Golf Match Pebble Beach, Calif.. Sept. 13 — (/Pi—The 48th annual national women's amateur golf tournament gels underway today with a field of more than 100 shotmakers travel- ling 18 holes in a qualifying round for the 04 places in thc championship flight. Play was over the tou'gh Peb'ilc a G,. r )Sl-yard test Beach course with women's par of 3fi"-39—77. The championship is vacant, cause Georgia's Louise Suggs. 1947 winner, recently turned professional. Most experts tabbed the battle a wide open affair, but many named Fall Hunting seasons and regulations, just issued Dorothy Kirby, of Atlanta. Highly regarded contestants elude th» Arkansas state Betty MacKinnon. —o- loss of t fact some passing records and was considered a truly great quarterback, this puts great re- isponsibilily upon a youngster who game I C""" l S^t to play enough last year i'o presented! 10 earn a letter because of Layne's was si.-hed- : Presence. Fayctteville, Sept. 13 y-seven former high school follow- Denver Defensively, Texas much stronger, ."I just jhas shifted ., , , ; - we had i All-Conference io.Pla.-y under such conditions and j pivot turned out for the University of Arkansas freshman football squad's first I'oivnal practice. Even varsity coach John. Barnhill, who seldom shows optimism, j of readily admitted joy over the squad i by the Arkansas Game" and Fish be- i Commission, show a number of im- the porlant changes in the regulations for this year. Most of these changes affect migratory birds waterfowl which come under the* jurisdiction of the U. 3. Fish and -ip, I \Vildlife Service, together with the State Commission. The open sea-' in-1 sons on the various game species queen, shooting time and bag limits are as follows: The Dove season opened at 12 o'clock noon, Sept. 10 and run's through October 24. Shooting houvs on Doves. 12 o'clock noon to sunset each day. The daily bag limit is JO. with only one day's ba'g limit, in possession. ' ' ?, The squirrel season opens Oct. 1, running through Dec. 31. with a daily bag limit of 8 squirrels per day. and not more than ' days' possession limit. The open season on quo' is from Dec. 1 to Jan. 15, bot' date's inclusive, with a daily I- g limit of 8 per day, and posse .ion limit 8. or one day's bag limit, | The deer season is divided into ; two periods, the first hunting Thir- stars center and I didn't care if tl^y did"iosc1 J ;'5oito 0a the A! - nl " riCa - at - ddc ' P°[". is - of tuture Razorback performers. post. Thc back ! P T , ,, ., | plans to use both iMaturally they turned on me and I Rowan, the 1947 regular center ud they didn't intend to lose" '"-- •' ^'.'^i centei s. They didn't. Weeks Worst Gag After the Giant's" Bobby mentor Harris and Dick as lineba t-ker's' on Texas isn't deep in lettermen at some positions but on the roster ..... , , .,.-,.--. - -•• Rhawn are ,!1 players who have Iptlernrl ml that twilight homer to lick the ! or been on the ' lotlticci as !JJodgers Saturday some Brooklyn! There Branch j There , , • , — *.. u .jms'u.^ LU j -: ----^ .=1- in -niv.,.> t; i i^i^n Diiro-jlcft tackle lean: tne Phils. In the second game j flier's picture and humming "He Alvm Dark singled took two bases i waK ni . v man, and done me on Karl Torgcson's single and i I '' lnwn "— Bama Powell, an ex-Bostonia'n got rans thought they saw I a triple, double and two singles to| Ri( -' kc y Saving sadly at Leo squad. are 21 letterrnan. is one Iclterman back at , and one at left guard ibut ru all other positions there are two and three. lies of Forrest : (ho Fayettevillo. | . " rs six inchos cr may be taken durin'g opon scason - Each deer kille'd l , )0 cluH -, ke( , anfl , n , J[rr , d hV scored the winning run in the 13th on Bill Salkeld's fly as Nelson Potter was credited with the victory nis fourth, in a relief role. The Giants administered another blow to Brooklyn's fading fla« hopes, topping the Dodgers 5 to 3 and dropping them to fourth place as Sheldon Jones game of the year won his K>th ' Ersds Regular Play; JJff-Se Chemqe . ' •, iino ol the -seufciun may i -*• tiv - v wm (Jiu \ jjiiuu bo billy Allen, a sophomore who College Oct 2 and Arkansas A. payed high school football at" " Waxahatcbie with little notice Allen !s the quarterback just back Legal Notice ORDINANCE NO. 627 AN ORDINANCE KNTiTLED "AN ACCKPTfNC AND ' 4:45 Social Security Day by Day 5:00 Mert's Record Session— M ) 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 0:15 6:25 6:30 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 U:00 . WHEREAS, The territory hereinafter described was annexed to and made a part of the Citv of Hope, Arkansas, by order duly' and regularly made and entered by the coutily court of Hempslead County" Arkansas, on the 3rd day of AUL-USI, 1SHB, which order is ,unv ol record in "County Court Re Superman — M Adventure Parade Tom Mix— M Rhythm & Reason News, Five Star Gulf Sports Parade News Comment— M Fulton Lewis, Jr.- — M Mysterious Traveler— M Official Detective— M Billy Rose— M Gabriel Heatter— M Mutual Newsrcel— M Lone Wolf— M Bill Henry, News— M Roger Kilgorc— M Billy Bishop's Orch.— M All the News— M Barclay Allen's Orch.— M Blue Barren's Orch.— M Mutual Reports the News Sign Off Top Radio Programs Central Standard Time New York, Sept. !M — f/l'i —.Returning tonight; NBC — 7 Cavalcade of Anujrica, after an eight weeks vacation, to present Dick Powell and Joan Loring in "Gettysburg." of Campbell and bears promise of equalling or bettering Campbell in passing. Byron Gillory, a fine runner an ! talented pass-receiver, return | tor his fourth varsity season By The Associated Press The Southern Association ended * regular -'^'^-terda^but | ^,^^'^f^ ; ^£ played a doublchead- every team won onr> game and standings remained the same- was his 31st establishi^hHn' C ! lnan - :Win "- nS - Nnshvi110 and 2 high for Cincinnati j' fil . sl "j 5c _g American League the ga ,',? c 5 "f. • K UIL Memphis opened with d •us at ex- who also wH players. In the American League the Yankees moved to within two c games of the first place Red Sox s " • '-IT i| le Cnnitovt; \Q + 0 r, a j! Ca Washington. Pinch-hitter Charley Keiier t, inree run homer put the Yankees ahead to stay. Relief Pitcher Tommy Byrne was credited _with thc win. The Athletics came from behind n* Boston after being held to three nits lor six innings, winding UD with a six-run splurge in the ninth to top the Red Sox, 10 to 4. Barney the of country, luatecl. The Landry, a and line- do some the best Ccnwav, Lawson Hu City, Don Logue of and Billv Wade McFarland, 'Blytheville; Ends Frank Fischel of Helena and Bernard Judd of Cam-' Open scason on Duck. Geese den: Tackles Fred Williams of Lit- [ Brant and Coot from noon. Nov. tie Rock. Joe Smith of Fayotteville i 20 through Dec. 25. '' and Tom Stringer, Subiaco• star] Open season on Woodcock. Dec. from Stuttgart, and Center Jimmv ' ' f' 1 --"""^ T>«~ on Smith of Dermot. Freshman Coach Clyde Van Sickle, whose 1947 teams' was unbeaten and untied announced a four-game schedule for the Shoats. They will play Little Rock Junior t 2 and Arkansas A. and M. of Monticelloe Oct. 8 in the Arkansas War Memorial Stadium i game- warden. 1 through Dec. 30. Daily bag limit on Ducks 4. in~-> eluding in each limit not more 1 than one wood duck. Geese 4 including 2 Canada Geese or 2 White iron tod geese, or one of each. Possession limit: Ducks Ij, except on opening day and to include only one wood 'duck. Wood- Little Rock. A game" withllVe Okla- ! s° Ck 4 ' m " ay P ° SKCHS " (lt mOrc homa'A. and M freshman will be played in Fort Smith Oct. 30. Thc University of Tulsa freshmen come to FayeUcville Nov. 25. and Perry back phia attack with throe singles Tne Indians won then seventh straight at Cleveland, defeating the Browns 6 to 4 to move within ;. 2 S?mes of the lead but had to settle for a '3 to 3 12-inning tie the second game, called by ness. The tic game will off today. The White Sox defeated the Ti gers 5 to 2 at Detroit as Tony Luou-n. Aaron Robinson and ' Don Kolloway provided the offensive punch with homers in . dark- be played i punters in 5 ^^<™£ ~ Su^.» ,,SS S's.oS £;'a-s!a?;?°»5 1 l" J "ta,S'°;Lo b j Semi-final rounds' in the Shaugh- j cent/'*'' rwrtv Tune. T.,',.,. Tickets Available Opening Game Other listening tonight: NBC -- 7:30 ' Howard il John Chas. Thomas in concert; y Contented 10:30 Blue Ban-on Band. CBS — T Inner Sanctum Barlow; Voorhet's concert; 7:30 Radi Little [Tickets Rock, Sept. 13 —(Tjpj — for all University of Arkansas football games in Little Ruck-including this week's one n jng till with Abilene.Texas. C'hV". 1 •] 111 f V.I 1 . .'I, ^.-llllo- i e still available manager of the cap- Since the series are best four-out- of-seven affairs, teams will return to Nashville and Memphis for the unal two games, if such games are necessary. After a one-day rest, winners of the semi-imals meet in the final best loiir-of-seven series to see who >;eprescnts the Southern in the Dp-| ic series with the winner in the Tex • as; League. I Tin.- Nn.shvjll,. Volf . Jas) nirrlu ended in a big blaze. They won the pennant after leading !h c circuit most of the season, and broke eleven records doing it. in addition Forrest (Smoky; Burgess, Vol catcher ! -i''Ju4 , b . a . U ' n ° Championship witli Newlyweds Warned on Honks Kansas City —l./l>i— The Kansas City police department is issuing notes of congratulations to aH"r- jeund - - per end, best arlzkopf, Blunt other. George Petrovich, labeled of All- Cherry, is America caliber by Jell tackle starter two-year lelterman, at right tackle. Vic Cascek will the and Ed Kelly is the top man start at guard and Errol Fry will be i at the other guard post. left No The shooting time on waterfowl 1 . vill i coot :uu] v -' n °dccck is from one-half '\\\ ' llour ljcf ' 01 ' c sunrise to one hour games exceot the Tulsa encounter j Vo for , e , K T Set °P cnill fi da . v f rom will be at nfght . " eloe-K noon to one hour bc-> Other members of the squad are: ' Jolne sl ! nscl ' . , Backs—Rucy Ault, Little Rock- Orie important change in State Benny Bennett, Newport- Joe Dug- i f, ncl ill ' ;cle ral regulations provides an, St. Louis. Mo.; Arnic Golden I lnnt :nllc "'nntic and hand operated Crossclt Bobby Kinard Lake City 1 repeating shot guns must be in- Fla,; Herbert Marshall, Charleston ; ca Pfble of holding more than three Mo.; Charles Oland, Centralia. 111.; shells, unless the magazine Jiggs Phillips, Westville, 1 - Okla. l)ecn cut °M or plugged wi Sam Reeves, Lake Rinehart. Frederick. Village; Jim Okla.; Charlie Temple, Brinkley; Trezy Watson, Hamburg. Ends— Norman Dean, Hot Springs: Lane Goodwin, Jackson, Mo.; Mage Honeycutt, Nashville; David Sawyer, Hamburg, Bob Spoeneman, St. Louis, Pat Summerall. Lake City, Fla. Tackles—David Hanner. Parkin. Guards—Bill Bracey, Blythevillc Harold Cox, Wynne; Rex Tillman, Lake Village, Henry Vernon. Fort Smith; Bill Ward Sapulpa. Okla. Centers—Bob Griffon, Frederick, Okla.; Jack Guinn, Fayctteville; Ralph Herr, St. Louis, Mo. -o L R. Club Lost Title But to for Crown Arkansas States Rights Group to Meet Sept. 21 Clyde Scott probably will see «;nv Mananna. Sept. 13. -yp,- States action in thA Univers t o'f A, lr (Rights delegates will meet in Little ! " ' • • c ' BU - i olt ">^ Rock Sept. 21 to plan the ground- ine has . _.. ith a piece of metal or wooden filler incapable of being removed without disassembling the gun so as to reduce the capacity of said gun with not more than three shells at one loading. : Another important change for'"'' this year provides that duck and geese prepared for interstate shipment on non-resident shipping tags are now reauired to have the head, head plumage and feet attached for such shipment. Game wardens Earl Barham a'nd Lester Wade of Hemosteaci urge observance of all regulations. 0~ Scon- fro See Some Action in First Game Little Rock. Sept. 13 —/, Rock Grocers will The Arkansas in the amateur world se- j ries although the club failed to win Itho state baseball crown The champions, the Curtis, Ark ;Mi.lers, will not be able to plav in the series because players will be ""he series most qof the attending college, in some sas Razorbacks 1 season-opening football game at Little Rock Saturday. But Gordon Long has .indicated he will be able (o carry on quite capably at the tailback position if :>mocrats executive Coach ' John Barnhill decides no chairmen and vice to take n chance on the All-South-- work for placing their presidential nominees before the Arkansas Democratic convention. John L. Daggett, member of the States Rights Democ committee, said chairmen ana vice; to take n chance on the chairmen of county delegations I west Scot* reiuiurin" pledged to Thii.-mond-Wright ticket will caucus before the Democratic convention opens Sept. 23. delegates, Daggett said ycs- . will make an attempt to have the state Democratic convention pledge Arkansas' nine presidential electors to the states rights ticket. The Marianna attorney said any State nominees who refuse to support the SRD ticket and decline to _e party principles "should be declared ineligible to hold office or [participate in any Democratic elec- th tion two years from now." 140 cracked floating rib. Scott participated in Saturday's jmlrasquad game as a defensive saleiy man and made several fine punt returns. His participation in thai head-knocking .session seemed to mean his injury isn't serious r-iioush (o keep him on the side- 1 lines. But Loim. the same practice senior billed as understudy, proved his mettle game as 1V1HS — band. . Section 1: That Hie territory hereinafter described be and the saint- is hereby accepted by, received in- becoi to, and made a part of, the City of wood. Hope, Arkansas, which terriiory is described as follows, tu-wil- All that part of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (NLV'i SW'/ji and all that part of the Southeast Quarter (SK',:,i of Section riinty-tour i3-l> lyii ' north of th Springs Half of Me of Breakfast in Holly:30 Naval Acaclemv Baseball Hope and .Shuver Public Road, the Kusl the Northwest Quarter ULU N\\i;,i and the Northeast Quarter (Nl'J'/jJ oi .Section Thirly- fuur (3-i), und all that par! of thi- v/est »5 feet ol the West Half of the Southwest Quarter (W.-. S\Vi,:i/,-oi Seetidii Thir(v-fi\-e (35)" lying north of said road, and all Unit part of the Southeast Quarter (SK',.|i ami all that pan of the I'.ast Half uf the Southwest Quarter ilCU' S\V!4> ol .Section Tv/enty- sevt-n (2'h lying south of the north riyht-ol-way line of the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company ••-- all beini; Mluated in Township iwelve O2) Souili, liani'e Tweniy-four '24.' West. Sestiuii 2; That suid territurv be and Ihe s-unc is hereby made a part nt said eilv of Hope, and the inliMhitants jusiiiing therein shall haw Hie same ru;ms and pr of the inhabitants within tl Jii;<l limits of :;aid oily. Sc-ctiun ;j: That all ordinaneos and jKirts of uniinances in euiifiiei •v.'illi b'.:- and ihe >ame ar.- hereby ivoealed, an-! this ordinance '-'-''•'I be in full lorci- aiui effect from and after its pas«a-'e and Ijublieution. P-is.sird and P'.iblishtu in Hope Star thi uay of September. Lyk- Brown Mayor By The Associated Press National League Chicago at Brooklyn (nif Pittsburgh at .New York ' 'Only names. American League Si. Louis at Cleveland, i Only ;>ame). Yesterday's results National League Philadi-l|)hia (i-l Boston -1 ond game 1H innin!.'.s! New York ,"> BruJkhn 3. Pittsburgh 7 C.'lucago .'>. St. Louis 7 Cincinnati (i. American Leagu e Philadelphia II) Jl.isioii ! Ni-v,- Yoi C'hiu;u-.o ("level;"!' ond t-ami- in .--.si. Southern Association Ailanta ii-:i M mi-.hi- 'j •' Alobile l-i-y Na.-.-li'vi)"],.."i;--3 M V.' Orleans MJ Chan' Southern Association i>iunl Standings) Club Nashville ................. Memphis Birmingham Mobile ... New Orleans Atlanta Little Hock . .' ...'.".... t'hallanoofja American Lenciuu Club lioslon New York . .. '" Cleveland Philadelphia Detroit ....... Si. Louis Wu: hii:j;ti)jj ......... C'hiea;.;u ........ . W. L. Pet. 95 r>H (j-'l U^ (il . 13-1 OS) 75 73 70 8!i 09 (in May espreod Bloodshed a top-ilight tailback. He compleWd., 14 of Irf lorward passes, one of* :-m for a touchdown, lie also ran yards for another tally Public Printer .\llN\\fr «» 07 53 W. ^ I Pet. MacKENZlE Affairs Analyst !M 5,'i 71) (il (M tiU 53 JIM -I!) iJ!) -1.") Il I ! National Club Boston Pillsbnrgh -I. Louis Bi-noklvn New York Philadi-lphia League W. L. "'J fi!J 73 :K> 73 C'j VI 62 Pcv. .577 By DeVVITT AP Foreign A situatio'i f . . . '.-..-(-,... , . 1 L, I |^\J I I..'| 1 L 1- alnies of widespread bloodshed i has developed out oi ihe dispute I between the dominion of India land the powerful Mi/am ol Hyder- abad, paramount prince of the In- I'liun. Mib-i-.ntinent ami reputedly ; the^ world's riohesl iiuiividual. | 'Ihe background ol this crisis I dates bai-k to just over a Vcar a'-'o ; -v.'ien Uritain granted independ- 'eiice to all India wiiieh, apart from l>nneipalitie.s, was splii inlo —• Pakistan (main- mil India ilargc-ly id advised the huii- -s to join either one t the dominions ;,-i',l k-r appiovcd Sepioinber jlh il.V Mus'li-m' 'Hindui. l-.'n ; (ireds o! pi !or the otlie ; most of tin illu- Niv-.am i exception. • buiia ha: i alted IJi;;) jknuwn. joh ! d L- n: a n d i.- LH-IDL in L ATTEST: Mrs. Chas. Fights Last Night By F. J{l-Vrli<i- City CK:i- United PI..-SS -.V Ork-anw, La H:i. K^U- y,', e Bur- :ui!ili.-d --1, Al- By The Associated Press All-America Conference S:,n Fram-isc,) 41 New York 0 t'lL-veland •;:' Buffalo 13. ! Exhibition t Detroit sti Pittsburgh 10 (NFL). I The main causes 01 farm fires ' include ligiuning, defective cin'm- i neys, sparks on roofs, stoves and , uirnucos. hot ashes, spontaneous : ignition of hay. misuse of ek-ctri- j city, matches and smoking, j i I.UI- H ol inleru- gards as over he army of o ways handled him \ v ith kid yove':- as 1 loariu-d as far back as ciiu-in^ Ji;y jj.i-.jt i-i;,-^ i 0 India. u. mg has iv.senuul he iv- s. ^lore- stciucrn" ' 1'JI •So His Exalted Highness has! stood Ins ground in the face of in-i ^^^Li^'he'si^e''^^;'^.^'^:;; bad tu worse. There have been Hashes belween Hyderabad police oices and Indian troops on the holders. I-mally a lew days ago • rime Minister Nehru of India demanded thai (he Nizam oullau , hi - s poiee army and permit Indian lioop t to enter the stale to t-'in order. This the Nizam relused to t j (Jp Tlu- latest development is a oliiiit .statement by Nehru -a -, -ss eonterencJ that Indian ;ps will be stationed at Seeun- i>ad. capual of Hyderabad re- !;;n-c,Iess ,-,i what hapiieiis. He'add,- •-'fi .si_ymlicanily: "^VL- do not expect .-'nari-h to Secnnderabad." -inat's a grim pic-lure— but it's !" :> il;!l1 , lhc s ''>'i-.v. The dispute oeiv.een the isizain and the durnin- J'-'-' "I jjidia interlock.-' with the bit- •er pohlioe-ivli^ious c-las-h between linna anu Pakistan fn:.-, isostility has ail but brought nie iwo duminiuns to open w'Tir- ;;.!'(• u\\-f the prineelv .state "of K:j -.i'.m.r whose population" i s inainly :\losleru but whoir rnaha- rajah. a Hindu, , lecled to join predu.'iiinanlly Hindu India ijuops^of both dominions are in ivashmn- and there has been fight•-''« winch has threatened to become general. 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