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SJx HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, September 16, 1948 CLASSIFIED Ad« Mtut Be In Office Day Before Publication Nuhibero* One Three Six One Words tip to IS IS to 20. 21 to 25 . 26 to 30. 81to 35 . 38 to 40 . 41 to 45 . *6to50. Day Days Days Month .45 .. .60 . .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 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 Renf FURNISHED APARTMENT UP stairs. No children or pets. 404 North •Main. 11-3t For Sale SEVEN FOOT COOLERATOR, used two months. Can bo seen at M. G. Crane Store, seven miles south o£ Hope on Lewis- vine road. 8-Gt 194~2~MODEL KARLEY-DAVIDSON •Motor Cycle in excellent condition. Can be seen nt Sport Center. Winston Monts. 33-Ct LIVING, BEDROOM AND DIN- ette suites. Gas range, .and other items. Can be seen at Washington. 516 N 13-3t 2 ROOM FURNISHED APART ment, clos'e in. Mrs. Mart Yocom, 322 South Walnut, Phone 405-W. Jljtt MODERN FURNISHED 5 ROOM apartment. Close in. Phone 637 t or '629. 14-3t TWO OR THREE ROOM UP,' stairs furnished apartment. Utilities paid. Phone 088. 15-3t • TWO ROOM~FURNISHED APART' rrient ( electric box, utilities paid. % Phone 581-J. 15-31 FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, UNFUR- ', 'nished three-room apartment and '' three rooms furnished for light ' ^housekeeping. Near Schooley's J 'Q+AWia •"DV»/-»vin USED 0-FOOT FR1GIDAIRE, A-l condition. Reasonable price Terms. McPherson Appliance Co 222 E. Third Street. 13-3 g« 0 rait 1 Eno By Wotbrook Peglei Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Hurler Black Is Still on Critical List A RIP-RAP POINTER BIRD DOG 2 years old in June. Leroy Spates Ward 4 Grocery, Phone 521. 15-3 SERVICE STATION LOCATED A 3rd and Walnut. See Logon Bailey. . . " 15-31 G ROOM FARM HOUSE TO BE moved from localion. Good condition, new galvanized roof. Located 2 miles South of Rosston, Arkansas. See Roy Caldwell, Stephens, Arkansas. Phone 4151. ]G-6t Ncsv York, Sept. 15 — Mournful witnesses testified before com mi tees of the House Of Representatives last week regarding the power of the Fur and Leather Workers' union oC the CIO to extort Jrom.'lion-Communist workers and from employers, as well, contributions to Communist campaign "unds and subscriptions to Communist publications. This is nothing new but the admission that it is true comes as an important concession from employers in the fur and leather industry. These gentlemen, as a group, were enthusiastic supporters of Franklin D. Roosevelt and no element of our people resented more angrily all evidence that he had created conditions which might force American citizens to finance and otherwise support forces which arc hostile to the United States. During part of his reign, the hostility of the Russian government to this country was Cleveland, Sept. 16. — (UP) — Pitcher Don Black still was on the critical list at Charity hospital today but hopes svere high that he was winning his battle against a brain hemorrhage. Reports by brain specialist Dr. Spender Rradcn were optimistic yesterday for the first time Oh Girls—Lookee, Lookee! Black was stricken during a against St. Louis Monday. since game However, the 31-year-old hurler still was only in a partially conscious condition. "Black is more conscious and able to take nourishment," Dr. Braden said last night. "The patient's condition is improved." Black himself was reported to have said, "I'm feeling pretty good" during one of. the moments when he was conscious. Fears that Black would be paralyzed were apparently abated as Dr. Braden said, "there is no evidence and paralysis or any likelihood of paralysis." Phone 38-F-ll. 15-tf PRACTICALLY NEW, MODERN house. Close in, reasonable to ' desirable people. Clara K. Whitley, Experiment Station road. 10-31 ' TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- rnent. 312 N, Hamilton, Phone < ,425-J. 18-3t Male instruction Notice Spa Baseball Player to Try Out With Sox BEGINNING OCTOBER 4TH, I will conduct night classes in shorthand for a limited number of students. If interested please get in touch with me immediately. Clarice Cannon. 10-3t Real Estate tor Sale 277-ACRE STOCK FARM, TWO dwellings, Uyo barns, other buildings. Electricity, daily mail and bus. Seven miles north Hope Highway 29. Bargain for quick sale. J. M. Hinds, Arab, Ala. 13-3t INSTRUCTION, MALE. EXCEL- lent earning Opportunities in Auto Body & Fender work, including welding, spray painting and metal work. Easy to learn now in your spare time. Chance r lor a good job or a shop of your JNOTE TO VETERANS: own. We'll show you how. Here's one of the most profitable branches of the big Auto business. Get the facts. Veterans and Civilians. Write today. Auto-Crafts Training, Box 98, Hope Star. not as frank as it has boon since VE day but there was no excuse for any intelligent man to say that the enmity had. been abandoned or even watered .down.:.••'Anyone who could read could see '• ^h-tit.. • there was an irreconcilable causer of war jetween our country and Soviet Russia. All that anyone could possibly offer as an excu's&fo'r (dreaming that the Kremlin had'! become nice was a fatuous faith ihi Roosevelt. Of course, people jljave a right to be fools over insincere heroes but some of; these ^idolaters went beyond reasonable^ • length. They tried to browbeat ,%(|.iser citizens who saw through ^'Roosevelt and proved, by analysis; .that his Wagner Act. the awful fraud called by the leering name of, labor's magna charta, did contain a license for Communist id'- finance and organize treason and for racketeers to plague labor'; aijd com- Hot Springs.' Sept. 10 —W)— Hot Springs Ccnterfieldcr Herb Adams, loading Cotton States League hitter, left last night tor a tryout with the Chicago White Sox. parent club of the Hot Springs Bathers. The slightly built Oak Park. 111., lad hit .375 for the title ..winning Bathers of the Class C loop. He also was voted the league's most valuable player. The 1872 fire in Boston bui'ned 770 buildings valued at $75,000,000. This masterpiece of muscle is Steve Reeves, of Oakland, Calif., displaying his pi went abroad as displaying his physique on arrival in New York from Europe. He 1 „!,,.„.,,] .,„ «ivi r . America" and returned as "Mr. World" after winning European muscle contest. Yankees Sti Have Chance to Cop Crown ,• Bv JOHN GRIFFIN Now' York. Sept. .16 — (UP) — Withi'thc tense American League pcnnirtit chase getting near the payoff, the runner-up Now York Yankees got a chance todriy ,t'o get •jack on oven terms with the''pace- selling Boston Red Sox. ;•••'•.Apparently whipped for the year when they lost three out of four to Boslon a wcek-and-a-half ago, the Yanks are now in a position whore they could : gain a tie for first place—if they win a doubleheader from Detroit and St. Louis boats the Red Sox. In their attempt for two wins, the Yanks were expected to send right-handers Vic Raschi (18-G) and Frank Shea (9-10) against Detroit, while Boston -called on Mel Parncll (13-6) against the Browns. The Yanks got this .second chance, perhans their last, when the- tail-end Chicago White Sox ro.se up yesterday to down the Red Sox in a wild 17 to 10 same in Chicago. The defeat cut Boston's j lle.Tl in a gamc-and-a-half. I The White Sox registered the un-1 set with an incredible 10-ruv.. rally i ^INSTRUCTION, MALE. MECHAN- ically minded men look into Refrigeration and Air Conditioning as a profitable future career. Write Utilities Inst. Box 98, c/o Hope Star. 13-3t Wanted SALESMAN. GOOD JOB FOR right man. See Mr. Page for interview. Hope Beverage Company, Phone 1178. 13-3t WontediTo Buy CHICKENS, EGGS, ALL KIND OF rnetal and batteries. See T. P. I Beard on South Hazel, % block irom! Hillards Cafe. 16-3t FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone 280 FOSTER-ELLIS EFFEC- tive this date we can accept 100 ' percent GI loans for purchase of homes in Hope. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, THREE BED- rooms, floor furnace, attic fan, hardwood floors, 321 East 15th street, $7,000. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, attic ventilation, near grade school, 004 South Hamilton, $5500. INCOME PROPERTY: THREE- unit apartment house, two bav'ns, on pavement four blocks from town, grosses $105 per month, pay $1250 down and assume $50 monthly payments for next nine years. MODERN FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, floor furnace, garage, 1024 South Walnut, $7000. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, FLOOR furnace, attic fan, asphalt tile on two floors, one block from ' grammar school, 821 West Seventh, $5500. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, GARAGE, 208 West 13th, bargain for $4250. TWO-STORY BRICK AND STUCCO 7-roorn home, double garage, 100821 South Elm, morco — and that this was being done flagrantly. ''. j j To be sure, during most' ; of reign, Roosevelt callously ' ^exploited the emotions of sincere) 'citizens whose relatives in Ge'fmaiiy were suffering ghastly persecution and ing labor disputes. It created and aggravated thousands of labor disputes " and the labor relations board under Communist power, felt out tender places and supplied provocation itself. John L. Lewis will tell you that. He sneers at Roosevelt because he had that awful faker's number all the time. Roosevelt just as Stain later at Teheran and Loch Sheldrake, N. Y., Sept. 1(31 in the seventh inning As Chicago coughhn. - Iff) — Back in 1939, Marcel Cer- teed off on Pitchers Dave I-crriss dan had a contract to fight Henry and Earl. Caldwell for six hits an Armstrong for the welterweight three: walks, it was haul to tell championship in Paris . . . A war! which team was battling lor the intcrlered, but Marcel has been thinking abour world championships ever since; .'". .He and his entourage at Evans hotel may be the only ones who think Cerdan Price High Man at Hope Skeet Shoot Bud Price of Garland City was high man at the Wednesday's Skeet Shoot breaking 49 x 50 with a small gauge gun. Sixty-two shooters went through the field during the afternoon. SI mights were shot by: Bud Price. T M. Hall, B. R. Hamm, R. Wright, Fletcher Heed and Gib Lewis. Shot at 50 Broke Price. Bud : 49 Hall, T. M 48 Bryan, Chas 48 Hamm. B. R. ... Wright, R. R. . Reed, Fletcher , Lewis, Gib Barnes, H. M. . Wilson, Chas Pierce, W. D. ... Mitchell Mrs. .. Barnes. Mrs Wright, Geo Williams, Grady Quimby Mitchell, Ed Reed, Wallis ... Shot at 25 McDowell. Ray Trimble, F. Y. Gril'fin, Sonny .. Griffin, L. Other shooters H. Hamiter, R. E. P Ross .... 48 . ... 48 46 4G 42 ... 39 39 38 3G 34. 33 33 30 Broke 23 23 21 21 Stewart, and Mr. '•ft Fights Last Night C" flag and buried in was tl runs in a eraiv'slam which was hopclosscly ] the cellar. Tat't Wright) By The Chicago Associated Johnny ... r J 1 V^lllt-llf^^ 1. \J. . » i « _r *— ic star, driving in five of the , Chit . a ,, o ; stopped Luigi n the rally-four of them cm 114( ._ RomC] T . lly> y Press Bratlon, 141, Valentin!, homer oft Caldwell. will lift the middleweight crown , I ^ Yanks were idle yesterday, m from Tony Zale next Tuesday, but along with the third-place Cleve- they're very serious about it. . . 'and Indians. | Cerdan has asked for. n rnntraet. i I'erris I- am s many of them were engaged in LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes * Plow Gardens » Cut Vacant Lott • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phono 1066 8. Walnut St. Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phone 314 Residence Phone . . . 231-J FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN foot fronntage, $8500. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, DOUBLE garage, one acre land on paved Highway C7 just east of Hope, $4250. JUST LISTED, NEW FIVE-ROOM house one block from High School, modern, hardwood floors, $5500. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, 513 SOUTH Greening, $2500 buys this one. FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 108 East Second Phone 221 15-31 Lost BLACK MARE MULE, SCAR ON right hind leg. Robert Williams, Hope, Route 1. 13-3t Services Offered the fur and leather industries. Their judgment was out -of focus. To find fault with Roosevelt was to hamper a savior, who could do no willful wrong. And thus honcsl persons who had coldly analyzed his miscalled labor policy had to endure, with courage and patience a false, and, in some cases, financially ruinous propaganda. The Communists, in their many guises, in Neyv York and Washington joined in this hateful silent boycott and smear. Some cheap and obvious opportunists also hopped in Lo injure business rivals by accus ing them of bigotry. John T. Flynn and other good Americans who were smeared and suffered dam- ago as anti-Semites deserve apologies today. Long ago, using the Newspapei Guild and its constitution as examples, I demonstrated that the Wagner Act knowingly confcrrec on a small minority of a giver "bargaining unit" the power to fi nance Communistic projects and punish unbearably all loyal citizens \yho resisted. The guil d at that time even had a trap in its constitution which made it impossible for a member to resign except to quit the profession of journalism. Most of the now familiar parliamentary tricks of the Bolos were practised on us new hands in those early guild meetings. Our high executive officer, a stranger .to the real newspaper men ancij women, was a cloak-and-suit journalist who ' .press-agent il'in used his Yalta. The fact that Americans are forced to support Communist pa^ pers and candidates is nothing ew. They are forced to support Democratic candidates, too, and ,ome day they might be forced to Little Rock, Sept. 1G — (/P)— Arkansas' 1948 high school football season gets into full swim; this veekend with virtually all teams seeing action and title play, beginning "in the Big Six division. The top attraction tomorrow light will pit Fort Smith's Grizzles against the El Dorado Wildcats at El Dorado in a game which will start championship competition in the Big Six or Triple A division—a new cation created contract Fer con u act Eddj( _ third-place doublr Wichila, Kas".—Pat McCafferty, Topeka. outpointed Bob O'Brannon. 173, Indianapolis, 10. to score; change to permit him to make his first title defense in Paris instead of the United States and he laughs off the facl that «..u .... .uu ..„ .over the the""French "trt'l'e I Brownie the Philadelphia A's an fi to 7 win Browns in Gerry Prickly St. Louis, had sent Oil LI1L LcHJL LlltlL Lllu J.i\-li\,»lni-t>- . j .- ... was taken away from him the oth-1 tne game jnto overtime with a upport Republican candidates. The candidate's political complex- on is immaterial except that when ho is the candidate of the Communists, such as Henry Wallace and Vito Marcantonio. the irony is a ittlo moie poignant. The wickedness of this law lies in the fact that it was intended to strike down the political violilion of the citizen. Roosevelt's idolaters would never admit that or even admit that it was important, Now because communism is the issue and very dangerous, they are beginning to wail that this is all wrong . and blame, not Roosevelt, who planned that way. but the Communists who merely ' took advantage of Roosevelt's law. Only a few days ago I further developed the union .career of a despicable criminal named Ben Pross. Among other outrageous facts, I showed that for two yes.rs running this crook had arranged that a union of wine salesmen, which he controls, should honor him with a testimonial dinner and a gift from the 'proceeds." He decides that he deserves the honor and the poor subjects have to buy tickets at $15 each for the reguh'i- $2.50 blue plate or hear about it later from "Mr.' Pross. He can fire them for failure to "honor" him. This is standard practise so familiar that, actually, the public regards it as an inconvenience classifi- for the state's Largest schools. For the most part competition this weekend wijl be of the non- district variety. The other Big Six elevens will be at homo for engagements with non-division foes. Little Rock will entertain Fordycc and Pine Bluff will be host to McGchee tonight. Toj-norrow night Hot Springs will take on Mansfield and North Little Rock will be host to Little Rock] Catholic High. Two other interesting contests vill bring together Double A teams rom different districts. Russell- vine, which gave Little Rock a scare last week, goes to Van Burcn, and Subiaco, last year's •unner-up in . the Double A state playoffs will visit Texarkana. About half of the teams will be opening their seasons this weekend. The others got started last week. ' The complete schedule "to be played Friday night unless other...', ^ n {•nsitiintaf'l* frlietvint rrn m P <^ cr day . . .After watching Ccrdan spar five rough rounds ' yesterday, tnis observer doesn't agree with that line of. thought . . . Three snarring partners, who are no Zales, seemed to find him too easy to hit . . . "Marcel never was knocked clown by a body punch in Europe," Manager Lucien confidently . Jersey City," lator bobbed up as for Nathan Witt, the early secretary of the National LaLTor Relations Board. Mr. Wit was unmasked and eliminated .long ago, against UK; resistance of Mr. to be cured than bac weather. And this inveterate thief no more Definite Statement Concerning Louis retirement, John Carmichael, the traveling scribe from Chicago, tells of seeing Joe playing golf at Tarn O'Shanter recently . . .As Carmichael approached Joe missed a ifficult 30-foot putt and John gave ut with a derisive laugh . .Louis irned quickly and remarked: It's a good thing for you I've re- red." - o -- 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 placed in dictatorial power over 75,000 American citizens without even a pretense of an election. It is no worse that an American should be forced to give $5 for Roosevelt And only recently, this jHomy Wallace's campaign than time against the resistance of i that ho was forced to. give $5 for President T r u m an, he was Roosevelt's fund in 1944 when scooped up among other squirm- Roosevelt was the candidate of tie ing, slippery life by the dredges of'Kremlin. U is no worse that he the Thomas comm'iUee. Incidental-i should be forced to give ?o for ly Eleanor the Great was a mem-[rnunist papers that 1,1)00,001) ber of the guild at the time 11 teamsters are forced to speak of. You might have expect-itho publication of their ed her. as a loyal citizen, to lend which is wholly maintain union devoted to glorifi- a hand to those of us who were cation of Dan Tobin, the king-die- making the fight. We' learned oth- tator of the union. In 1944 the erwise in time. •'.'•;. jTeamster was a campaign periodi- I have proved in a : hundred!cat of the Roosevelt party, cases that the law openly flouted i at enormous cost and paid its own stated purpose of facilitat- i volunlariiy by the rank ing interstate commerce lose of' facilitat- j volunlariiy by the rank merce."by abat-'oijl of very bad wages. issued for in- and file SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone GB9, J. M. Atkins. 20-lmo SANDING" AND ~ FINISHING floors. Householders wanting floors sanded or finished, call Vernon Osburn, phone; 9G6-W. 2-3w Arab Legion Leader Alt.Ml Baseball HOUIZONTAL 59 Surgical 1,7 Pictured th >'. ead , British officer, 60 Noisy sleeper REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope r Coll 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See u* firtt. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saengtr Theatre Phones 139 or 809 By The Associated Press National League Cincinnati at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at New York. (Only gurnes scheduled). American League New York at Detroit (2). Washington ut Cleveland (night). Boston at St. Louis; (night. (Only games scheduled). Yesterday's results American Leatjue Chicago 17 Boston 10. Detroit 4 Washington 2. Philadelphia 8 St. Louis 7 (night }2 innings). (Only "gauies scheduled) National League Cincinnati 3-1 Brooklyn 2-'.i. Pittsburgh 8 New York 3. Boston 5 Chicago 2. St. Louis 2 Philadelphia ( (night). Southern Association Playoffs (bL-st-ol-7). Nashville 11 Mobile a (Nashville luadt,, 2-it.'. Birmingham 9 Memphis 3 iliirininghaui h-ads. 2-0). ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED ond REBUILT Complete Stock ot Parts Barwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Brig. John 12 Ease 13 Pronoun 15 Short jacket 1G lie commands the Trans- Jordan -Legion 18 Jacob's brother 19 Consumed 20 Nearly 22 Metal 23 Cerium (symbol) .24 Average (ab.) • 25 Sun god '27 North Dakota (ab.) 28 Vestige 30 Wrong 32 She 33 June bug 34 Sting 36 Upright 39 Toward 40 Exist 41 Right (ab.) 42 Either 43 Skill 45 Moves rhythmically 50 Native metal 51 Female horse 53 Metheglin 54 Sta eagles , > VERTICAL 1 Improve 2 Lily genus-j 3 Liquor 4 Earth goddess 5 Kgg-shaped G Designation 7 Crane arms 8 Lieutenant (ab.) 9 Employ 10 Finest 11 Blisters 12 Respond .Resources 17 Army order (ab.) 20 Fended off 21 Exchangers 24 Astringent 2li Lifeless 2!) Exclamation 31 Anger 3-1 Impress 35 Ethics 37 Angle 38 Lock of hair 44 Woody plant 40 Prayer ending 47 Compass point 48 Vehicles 49 Paradise 50 Shield bearing 52 Devour 54 Hearing organ 5G Thus 58 Depart wise indicated; (district games designated in narentheses): Fordyce at Little Rock (Thurs). Fort Smith at El Dorado (AAA). McGehee at Pine Bluff (Thurs.1 L. R. Catholic at North Little Rock. Fayctteville at Alma. Bontonville at Springdalc. Harrison at Mountain Home. Huntsville at Rogers. Russellville at Van Burcn. Cotton Plant at Bald Knob (2B). Imboden at McCrory (2B). Piggott at Walnut Ridge. Stuttgart at Searcy. Joncsboro at Nashville. Cornint? at Trumann. West Memphis at Reiser (3Bi. Harrisburg at Shawnoc (313). Pocahontas at Batesville. Hartford at Bonneville. Dardanello at Clarksvillc. Paris a* Greenwood (4B>. Mansfield nt Hot Springs. Mena at Forl Smith SI. Anno'f Fort Smith Reserves at Wa! dron. Su'niaco at Texarkana. Malvcrn at Conway (5A). Deaf school at Carlisle (4B). Lonoki; at Clinton (SBi. Cabo* at Bauxite (5B. Sheridan at Magnet Cove (513). T* ; «marr-k at Amity. Holly Grovn at Marvel (GB). ElaJiKi at H"."hes (GB). Brinklev at Marianna (fiA). Cl;)r'"--''ale. Miss., at Helena- Wf>st Helena. Newport at Wynne. Pin-kin at Forrest Citv. Gillette at Watson Chapel. North Little Rock Reserves at DewHt. Hope at Prescolt. Arkadelphia at Horatio (7A>. Gurclon at Magnolia (7AV T.cwisvillu at Stamps (7B). Bearden at Mineral Springs (7Bl. Norphlett at Dierks <7Bi. Olenwuod at Ashdown (71!). Texark;m;i North Heights at Camden Fain' ! <'W (7B>. Hcavoner, Okla., at DeQueen. Broken Bow, Okla., at Foreman, i Lake Village ;«t Gn-fnvilli". Miss. ' Hamburg at Star City UiBi. Endora at Dumas. ninth-inning' homer The Tigers extended Washing- 1 ton's losing streak lo 15 games by '-. a 4 to 2 score at Detroit. Rookie Lou Krctlow hurled a nine-hitter to gel the win, while Milo Candini was charged with the defeat. | Boston's Braves retained their ROUOD ' five-game margin in the National "H<" will hp , n (League by downing Chicago. f> to commentedI -i listerH 2 ' at Boston. Southpaw Warren commented a listen Spahn was lagged lor nine h j ts i jul I scored his 14th win. Four Cub j errors played a big part in the Braves' scoring The Pirates tightened their hold ion second place with an <i to 3 vic- i lory over the Giants in New York Behind the seven-hit pitching of Ernie Bonham. Whitoy Lockman and Johnny Mix.e homered for New York, but the Pirates found Larry Jansen an easy mark and thus ended their three-game losing streak. The Dodgers split a doubleheader with Cincinnati, losing the first ame 3 to 2 as they were held to six hits by Owic Fox and winning the second, 2 to 1, when Preacher Roe stopped the Reds with seven safeties. The Cardinals gained a third- Dy United Press New York (Jamaica Arena'} — Gcor<.;e Lafalgio, 129 3-4, New York, outpointed Eduardo Carrasco, 1"2 1-2, Lima, Peru, (G). Biiifihamton. N. Y.,—Irish Johnny Flynn. 215, Rochester, N. Y., knocked <>"t Oeii" Fulton, 189, Los Aimeles, Cal., (V. Pittsburgh -- Lee Sala. 158 1-2, •Donora, Pa., knocked out Charley i(7ivic) Affif, 158 1-2, Pittsburgh, The United States now has more ban 2,000 professional foresters it work in private forest indus- ries. double the number employed n 1940. I Oakland, Cal—Earl Turner, 152, '. i Richmond. Cal.. tko'd Cosby Lin- . Ison, 154. New Orleans, (G). i ACCEPTS LITTLE ROC KCALL i Little Rock, Scot. 15 — UP)— The! Rev. Paul V. Galloway, pastor of i the Fayettevillc Central Methodist •church," has been appointed to pas- jtoralc of the Winfield Memorial church here. : Bishoo Paul E. Martin of thp Methodist churches in Arkansas and Louisiana yesterday named.... Mr. Galloway to replace the Rev-. --. Kenneth L. Snore who will assume' i the pastorate" of the First Church ' in Pine Bluff. . . ' o ^ -. , The flippers or wings of penguins .' are covered with small, scale-like , feathers. '' • to 0, at place tie with Brooklyn by winning j (Red iMungcr hurled a neat thrce- a night game from the Phillies, 2'hitter to get Philadelphia. rlcd a the win. George ffSC /t AMERICA'S FINEST SHOES FOR MEN Baseball Standings 57 Delights, American League Club Boston New York j Cleveland Philadelphia Detroit St. Louis Washington Chicago National League Club Bustun Pittsburgh Brooklyn St. Louis New York Philadelphia . . . . Cincinnati Chicago W. 117 51 1)5 5?. 84 fifi 80 (il 07 08 54 81 4!) 92 •ill i)2 L. Pet. i?. .620 ">5 .004 .51)7 .49fi .401) .34H W. KI "..'! 74 lil L. Pet. HO 7!) til A'M .41!) .413 A bub.v baboon, oulv a d;tv »r two old, knows almost instinctively that the danger of a scoro'on I lies in its tail und in encountering one will always attack the tail first. In keeping with our policy of lirihgin^ you the in quality, and valnr. we're proud to announce tin. 1 ]' ior^hriin Shoes jor j\leu. 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