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Saturday, MarcK 27, 1943 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE THREE Social and lOCim At Daisy Dorothy Heard, Editor Priori* 768 Between 8 a. m. and 4 p. rm I Social Calendar . Monday, March 29th The Executive Hoard of the Women's Society of Christiau Service if " 1O First Methodist church will meet al the home of the president, Mrs. H. O. Kylcr, 502 South Hamilton, 3 o'clock. The Executive Board of the Wo men's Missionary Society of the i First Baptist church will meet tit the church, 2:30 o'clock. Tuesday, March 30th Mrs. Franklin Horton and Mrs. Edwin Stewart will bo Hostesses lr the Cosmopolilian club nt the home of'the former, 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. Franklin Horton Is Hostess nt Informal Supper For the pleasure of members n the Thursday Contract Bridge club 'Mrs. Franklin Horton entertained with :i spaghetti super at her horn on Friday evening. Later in the evening games o Contract were enjoyed with Mrs Burl Russ receiving the guest hig' }> gift. Mrs. Cecil Wyatt receive War Stamps for being club high and Mrs. Dale; Jones was awurrte the' biugo prize. ' Spring flowers in artistic containers were used to decorate the , entertaining rooms. Wary Coop, Jerome and Jack Duf> ie, John Cecil Weaver, artd William Ducketl. Emaherts Meet With Robert Wilsons A dinner-bridge was enjoyed by Yiembers of the Emanon club al he home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson Friday evening. In addilion lo the club members Vtr. and Mrs. Loyd Spencer nt- :cnc!od. Japonicn in modern arrangements formed the flornl decor in the reception rooms, where dinner wns served on quarlelle tables. After the games of Contract, a record of the scores was made. Coming and Going Miss Mary Delia Carrlgan arrives from Little Rock today to spend Ihe weekend wilh her parents, the Steve Carrigans, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Fred Ellis is spending the weekend in Dallas with Mr. Ellis. Colonel and Mrs. L. A. Green of Gain.sville, Fla. wore guests the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Dcwey Babcr. Champion Cards All Set for Wild Season By OSCAR KAHAN Cairo, 111., March 27 (/P)— The fleet - footed St. Lewis Cardinals, who List year rniv the rjascpaths like a track team to Win the National league pennant and world series, are all set for another season of what Manager Billy South worth calls his "Jack Rabbit style of play." Soulhworlh, who made speed pay off against power, declared today that the Cardinals would continue their colorful, slam-bang game trying for every extra base and using their speed to upset the opposition. "Wo will have abundance of speed,' 1 he said, "d'espile the loss of Enos Slaughter and Terry Moore. "We have among our outfield replacements Buster Adams and Harry Walker, who run like deer. If Jimmy Brown goes into the Army, Lou Klein \yill be my No. 1 replacement al second base — and he can sprint 100 yards in 10 sec- SPORTS ROUNDUP By HUGH FUULERTON, JR. Wide World Sports Columnist New York, March 27 —(/P)JfThe ( Longshol slabbers in the racing Jamaica race truck is planning to ' ..-.„put in a big victory garden this year.Including n three-acre potato patch in Ihc infield. . . That should be good news for horse players I Good Scout fraternity are giving Mrs. Payne Whitney's famous Victory quite a play in the winter books. who have a tough lime trying to raise n' few potatoes to put on a good thing in the forth race. . . . Looks like the real Ihing, though: they're even planning to plough up the parking fields. — Although -the baseball rules bosses aren't likely to lake any action at their weekend meeting, Jim St. Clair, who heads the Rules commute, favors one -jiiange. He'd like to see the I three-second rule climinaled. . .. Fred Filzsimmons sold more than $30,000 worth of war bonds at his Brooklyn bowling establishment during the winter. Orders is Orders Pvt. Sam Friedman, Fort onds." Light legged youngsters like Mr. and Mrs. Truman Humphries Thirty-Five Attend Methodist League Party The Junior-Senior League of the First Methodist church held a social at the church recreational ) rooms Friday evening. Miss Marjory O'Neal, Miss Ella Jo Edmiaston, George Newborn, and James T. Copeland wore in charge of a series of games and and daughter, Barbara June, Shroveport will arrive today spend the weekend with Mrs. Humphries' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ruggles. contests. Assisted by Mrs. F. C. Crow, •"• Mrs. M .M. McCloughan, sponsor of tho group, served sandwiches and punch throughout tho evening. Enjoying the parly with the thirty five members wore tho following guests: Misses Alice Lilc and Rose RIALTO PREVIEW Saturday Night 11 p. m. JUDYGOES BIG TIME IN A B IG WAY! Mrs. Leslie Purllc departed Friday morning for San Antonio, Texas, where she will visit her son, Pvt. Elton Purtle, before he leaves for oversea duty. Enroutc home she will stop in San Angelo for a visit with another son, S'Sgt. Elmer Purtle. and Mrs. Purtle. Mrs. Etta Young of Memphis, Tonn. is a guest in the homo of Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Graves. -•\ if Communiques Naval Aviation Cadol Wallace W. Van Sickle has completed the course at the U. S. Navy Pre-Flighl school at Athens, Ga. and has been ordered to the Naval Air Station at Peru, Indiana for primary flight training. Van Sickle, son of Mr. rind Mrs. E. C. Van Sickle, 821 East Division, Hope, graduated from high school in 1040. He attended Arkansas A. and M. college for two years, and completed CAA Primary Training at Arkadelphia. these fit well inlo Ihc Cardinal rule turned up. ticket of running throllle - open. South- hand, at 4 p.m. worth and Coaches Mike Gonzalez and Buzzy Wares practically threw their shoulders out of joint lasl year with frantic go-ahead signaling lo runners I e a r •. n g around bases. Soulhworlh has Johnny Hopp, one of baseball's faslesl men, for cilher first or oulfield, depending on whether lean, lanky Ray Sanders can slake claim lo an in field job. Headlong - sliding Jimmy Brown, who gets every inch 'possible on hits, still is available for second, with Klein ready to step into his shoos. Shortstop Martin Marion, league-leader in doublse. and third baseman George Kurowski, world series homorun hero, complete a crackerjack infield. Signing of Walker and Stan Musil, the team's last two holdouts, labled Southworlh to gel down lo jusiness with a full outfield casl. -Ie has a "problem" lhal would nake any other manager envious —a job of selecling Ihe besl of ighl candidates. However, the Redbird strategist said he plans to use Musial in left, Adams iii center and Walkerin Slocuni, N. Y., photographer, isn't a guy to ask questions so when a sergeant told him yesterday, "Joe De Marino is fighting al Madison Square Garden; get over there and take a picture," Pvl. Friedman turned up. licket and camera in Seoul Joe Cambria or the Wash- ngton Senators lolls Ihis one aboul nis "discovery" of Richard Ahrens, the seven - foolrookie pitcher from Oil Cily, Pa., who has been quite noliceablc around the Se/ialor camp: "I found him in a grocer store. He was behind the counter reaching for some cans on the lop shelf, and when I saw him I thought ho was standing on a ladder. But I didn't see any ladder so I signed him." He was still waiting when Johnny Greco was pumtncling Cleo Shans, but finally just, al eleven, Pvl. De Martino Service Dept. The Norfolk Naval Training Sla- lion, minus Bob Feller, is expecting lhat this year's baseball leam will equal the 1942 record of 92 and 8. Freddie Hutchinson, Tom Earloy, Charley (Broadway) Wagner and Wall Maslerson will take Feller's place. . . Lieut. Robert B. Downos. former Brown U. football player just back from the Pacific war zone, reports lhal one souvenir he picked up on Ihe balllefield was a gold foolball inscribed: "Pineapp'pe B o wl, 1-140. U. of Hawaii 6, Ore. Slalc 39.". . . Scanda Dept: Pfc. Hank Melody, Forl stepped out lor the after-lhemian- sheric \ an j n boxing coach, is on bout tussle with George Wilson. Pvl. Sam slid inlo a fronlrow seat and a 11:01:45 he had his picture. Ray Meyer, the DePaul .coach, seems to have Ihe inside track for the Notre Dame basketball coaching job, left open by the death of George Keogan. . . Shaky Kain. who'll manage Ihe Yankees' Norfolk, Va., farm club Ihis year, has worked as an official in eilher Ihc Sugar Bowl or Ihc Orange Bowl foolball games for Iho past half- Ihe lookout for a few tumblers. But not for his mill leam. Saving The Worst Since Sleepy Jim Crowley's Navy duties have taken him to Ihe Soulh Pacific, don't bo surprised if Fordham turns up some day with a couple of tackles named Fanuatapu Ocean Wave Is • Favored in Arkansas Derby Hot Springs, March 27 —WP)—The eighth annual running of the $10,000 added Arkansas Derby today drew a field of nine lopnolch three- year olds including Calurnet Farm's stretch running Ocean Wave which was lopweighted at 123 pounds. The Wave, with Wendell Eads up, drew the number one post position for the mile and a furlong classic which track officials expected to attract 6,000 fans. Jockey Johnny Longden, who pi- oted Amber Light to a nose vie- ory over Ocean Wave in the recent Louisiana Derby, was up on I. W. Rodgcrs' Dove Pie. Other competition for the Calumet ace included the lone filly in :he field, Siravio and Petrucci's Spartiate with Joe Datillo aboard; Mrs. Janet Kelly's well-liked Beau Of Mine, four time winner here and a close second to Ocean Wave in a sprint; Silver Slock Farm's Her Guardian; Mrs. J. L. Finch's Modest Lad; the Happy Hour Farm's Iron Works; the Brown Hotel Stnblc's Seven Hearts and C. E. Nelson's Uncle Billies. Uncle Billies, Sparliate and Hei Guardian were the only non-Ken lucky Derby eligibles in Ih'e race The derby Was the seventh race on a scheduled eight - event fare well program al Oaklawn park. Sub-fealured on the program was the Au Revoir handicap over six furlongs for $1,200. It attracted seven fine sprinters including Ga! breath and Dienst's Best Seller easy winner in his only previous start here. Others were Cold Crack, Cerebrus, Bob's Dream, Church News GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH N. Ferguson St. D. O. Sllvey, Pastor 10:00-Sunday School. 11:00 Preaching. 7:00 B. T. C. and Bible Study Groups. 8:00 Preaching. , . 2:30 Monday, Ladies' Auxiliary 7:30 Wedriesday, 'Teacher's Meet ing- . 8:00 Wednesday, Pray Services. May we think upon the question "Wha't reasons do I have for to church Sunday?" ' ; he Auxiliary's observance of lnj veek of Spiritual enrichment Ara he wdrndri 6f the church lire Utt'der spiritual obligation to attend. You are cordially invited to wor- 4hip with us. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Pine at Second Robert B. Moore, pastor 'Chimes—9:30 a. m. Church School—10:00 a., hi. Morhing. Worship—10:50 a. hi. Special Music. Sermon by the pastor. Vesper Service—5:30 p. hi. Sermon by the pastor. Youth Fellowship—B:30 p. hi. Choir Practice—Thursday, April , 7:30 p. m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Millard W. Baggett, pastor 9:45 a. m.—Bible School; Mh Malcolm Porlertield, SuperirttenHi dnt. 10:50 a. m.—Morning worship; bbservance of the Lord's Supper) duel by Mr. Ted Jones and Mrs. Alfred Haynes: "He Lifted Mte,'* (Gabriel); sermon by the paslbfi topic: "The Harvest of the Flesh." '6:45 p. rn.—Christian Youth fellowship. , 7:45 p. hi.—Evening worship} vangelislic service; congregation-„ singing of farhilar and fav6rit« ymns; sermon by the pastor, opic: "Two Kinds of Fools." 7:45 p.' in.—Wednesday—Prayfit meeting. ' . 8:00 p.m.—Thursday—Choir «f- earsal. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH third and Main Streets Rev. W. R. Hamilton, 'pastor . 9:30 a. m.—Sunday School as sombles by departments. 10:50 a. rn.—Morning Worship Service. The pastor will preach. 2:30 p. m.—Sunday School in the Guernsey School Building. 6:30 p. m.—General Assembly for the Baptist Training Union. 7:30 p. m. —Evening Worship Service. The pastor will bring th message. The public is extended a cbrdia invitation to attend all of the serv ices of the First Baptist Church. and Laicikawai. Or if Earl Walsh wires him: "Send us Sa- dozcn years. Abe Elkins, who Pvl. Gerald Lee Bales, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross H. Bales of Hope, has recently been sent to Fort Benjamin Harrison, India.ua, where ho will attend the finance training school. Before leaving foi the army, Pvl. Bales was employed by the First National Bank. Personal Friday - Saturday BIG-TIME RACKETEERS VERSUS THE LAW OF THE WEST! From Marion Military Institute Marian, Alabama comes the new thai Roberl Newton Singleton, son :if Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Singleton 714 East 2nd slreot, has been pro moled lo a firsl sergeant, assigned to the Battalion staff in the R. O. T C. Battalion. manages Johnny Greco, doesn't show as much enthusiasm for Greco as for 19-year - old Johnny Price, who survived two firslround knockdowns last night to take a four-rounder from Ray Puig. . . . Fights Last Night By The Associated Press ight. Each balled over, 300 lasl season. Other outfielders include Hopp, Coaker Triplet! and Frank Demn- reo. Musinl, Hopp and Walker are efthanded batters, the others arc ight-handers. SoLithworth has'no worries about | ion indefinitely. his catching, wilh Walker Cooper, Ken O'Dea, Sam Narron and rookie Jerry Burmcisler, but ominous uncertainty about Morton Cooper may radically change Ihe loam's superb pitching prospects. The 22-game winner suffered a back injury in a fall during Ihe winter and it has affected the freedom of his pitching motion. He -also is bothered by a troublesome knee, twisled last summer. Thai com- binalion may keep him oiit"of acl- Sassy Lady and Time O.War. J. C. Benlley's Bring Me Home, a Kentucky Derby nominee, won the $1,000 fealured fiflh race yes- lerday, running Ihe six furlongs in 1:14 lo pay $20.50. The black gelding/ came up from Ihird in Ihe stretch to finish a length ahead of j Rvier Divide Farm's Dr. Rush. New York—Pvt. Johnny Greco, j Navy Cross from the Silver Star 135, Monlreal, outpointed Cleo | stock Farm was third. Shans, 133, Los Angeles (10). Washington — Joe Baksi, 209, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., outpointed Gus Dorazio, 194 12, Philadelphia (10). Philadelphia — Young Kid Robinson, 158, Philadelphia, knocked out Nick Kursich, 165, Baltimore (4). Boston — Sal Bartolo, HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE N. Main and Ave. D. Paul R. Gastoh, castor. Sunday School—9:45 a. m. Guy E. Basye, Supt. Morning Service—11:00 a. m. The pastor will bring a special message to the church on "Som Requisiles for a Revival". Young Peoples service and Adu Bible Sludy—6:45 p. m. \ Evangelislic Service—7:45 p. m. Sermon subjecl: "Wha't does it mean lo be "lost"? At the Tabernacle you are a stranger only once. Chicken-Raising Booms In Memphis Memphis, Tenn. UP)—Go rural, y- u cily folk, and raise chickens in he back yard for your own- meat nd eggs. , Thai's what scores of MemphianS re planning lo do Ip help qffs'et 1- ood .rationing restrictions. Memph- s hatchers .reported orders,.are-75 jer cent above those of last ye' ar ; Sistributors said they were booked a monlh ahead on orders for baby chicks. Egg dealer's declared they can't supply fertile eggs to the hatcheries fast enough to meet the demand. 127 1-2, Boston, outpointed Joey Archibald, 130, Providence (10). Worcester, Mass. — Leo Sawicki, 151, Worcester, knocked out Tom Callahan, 149, New York, (2). .Hollywood — Jimmy Garrison, 145 1-2, Kansas City, outpointed Rodolfp Ramirez, 146 14, Mexico City, '(10)." Ian KEITH Linda JOHNSON A BLUE- BVOOD... with UUlei In hi* vo'nil Hot Springs Ball Player Showing Up French Lick, Ind., March 27 M 1 )—He looks like anything but a ball player, this bespectacled Thurman Tucker — known around the White Sox spring training quarters as the guy with the Joe E. Brown mouth. Tucker has spent six years ir Ihe minors and Ihis is his Ihird straight tryoul in the White Sox spring training camp. Now it looks us if he will stay, getting his chance after departure of 24 Sox players to the armed forces and leaving Ihe oulfield with only one regular, Wally Moses. So good is this 25-year-old Texan that Manager Jjmmy Dykes does not even emphasize the word "if" in choosing him as center fielder. It look a war and persistent, efforts uy Tucker to bring about the situation. Tucker, whose bat cul .313 for Fort Worth last year, is married and has a year old daughter. Tucker says: "I enrolled in a baseball school al Hoi Springs (Ark.) when I was 17, was always regarded loo small, so I thought a knowledge of fundamentals would offsel lack of pounds. I know I can hit speedy stuff. Thai's all they throw in the Texas league. But Ihe major league pilchers may be a problem. I hit .313, mostly in night games, and believe I can do bet- ler in daylight." BV ORtN ARNOLD Detroit, Chicago Open Season in American Loop By the Associated Press • Evansville, Ind., March 27 —De- Iroil and Chicago, a pair of American league rivals, open Ihe red flannel league season loday wilh Virgil Trucks and Paul Trout slated for mound duty by Manager Steve O'Neil of the Tigers. Jimmy Dykes, boss of the White Sox, has selected a Irio of rookies —Gordon Mallzberger, Floyd Speer and Donald Hanski — lo do Ihe twirling. CHURCH OF CHRIST Corner Fifth and Grady Taylor Davis, Min. 10:00 a. m. Bible classes. 11:00 a. m. Preaching, "The Love of God." 11-40 a. m. Communion service. 6:45 p. m. Vocal drill and rudiments. , 8:00 p. m. Preaching, "Saved, by Faith." . . - - / 8:00 p. in. Wednesday, "The Sweetesl and Bitterest Word." You are cordially invite'd to cbme to these services. -Rialio- Sunday - Monday WE ARE THE MARINES SKY HARBOR WEDDING CHAPTER XXIV T ORAINE STUART saw Ed Bryan and Pat leave the luncheon table, but she made no protest. She shifted her lovely, sultry eyes back to Captain Carr. "You must understand that I think of you constantly," Jimmy was saying, and his voice had a desperate tone. "Lorry, you and I_ w hy, good grief, Lorry girl, we're like that!" He held two fingers up, side by side. Loraine said nothing. Food on the table went untouched, but she opened her bag for a cigaret. Jim Carr, who didn't smoke but who usually held a match for her, apparently didn't see the cigaret at all now. He was that intent. "Little girl, I'm as serious about this as possible. I won't have you or anybody else imply that I two- time you! I'm not that kind of a heel. Don't you understand?" Lorry squirted smoke out the side. The motion screwed up her pretty lips unprettily, and her eyes were narrowed, watching his. "You believe me, don't you, Lorry girl?" Jim begged, low tone, e— we had everything understood. Didn't we? ... Didn't we? . . ." She finally deigned to speak. "What about this Friday person?" Jimmy was struggling harder than ever. "I -won't belittle Pat. Not in the slightest. Matter of fact, she's swell, but—well, look, Lorry, 1—" "Then you still want to marry me." "Lorry! Of course!" "All right. Will you? And if so—when?" "H-Here?" She nodded. "There's a cute outdoor chapel right here at the Phoenix Sky Harbor. Where a great many movie stars are married after flying over from Hollywood. A Spanish arch, under palm trees and a climbing rose. Okay, Jimmee?" This had become business-like now. A strictly business contract, arranged by the party of the first part while the second party was willing. "Absolutely!" said Jimmy. "Absolutely, Loraine!" * * * "DAT'S breakdown of sobbing passed in a very few minutes. She wiped her eyes on a huge kerchief, gave it back to its owner and stammered, "T-thanks, Ed. You are so kind." "Do you good, crying a little," said he. "AU right now?" "All right. Only I'm ashamed." "Forget that part. Nobody saw you. Not even me," "Thanks, Ed." "You wanta eat anything else? Or you wanta go back to that of- March of Time Full Length Feature PLUS Tito's Guitar Troop Train Dizzy Detectives "Capt. James Carr, U. S. Army, and Miss Loraine Stuart of New York Cily and Elmira, wish to announce plans for their wedding, to be held tomorrow at high noon!" * * * ]V"OBODY else spoke. Ed and •^ Pat both looked frozen. "We really can't stop and visit just now, children," Loraine went on, triumphantly. "So much to do, you know. But—you'll both be there? Tomorrow at noon, right here at Sky Harbor, at that darling little marriage shrine! We'll want Mr. Bryan and Miss Friday by all means, won't we, Jimmy dear?" "Yep," said Jimmy, lips still tight. "Sure." Ed tried to catch his eye, but Jimmy looked past him. Then Loraine led her man away. They really made a fine-looking couple going down the terrace here; the distinguished young Army aviator and soaring expert, and the statuesque, blond girl. When they were out of sight, Ed exhaled again. He turned to Pat Friday. "I—I better get back to work," she said, nervously. He took her to Major Hale's of- Cape Girardeau, Mo. — This northern training, Missouri version, is all right, says Manager Luke Sewell of the St. Louis Browns. "If there is any team in the major leagues as well conditioned as the Browns at this period, I certainly would like to see him," he commented proudly. "The boys are doing fine." Weather conditions, however, preventd an inlra - squad game yesterday. NEW SAENGER Friday - Saturday FORWARD MADCH for romance...rhythm... n! FIRST PENTECOSTAL'CHURCH W. 4th and Ferguson W. P. Graves, pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Lacie Rowe, Supt. Regular Services 11 a. m. Evening Service 8 p. m. Young Peoples Service 7 p. m. Week Night Service Wednesday and Friday 8 p. nil You are cordially invited to attend all Services' at The First Pentecoslal church. Asbury Park, N. J. — Wartime baseball note: Manager Joe McCarthy of Ihe New York Yankees says his learn will nol play inlra - swaud games because "I haven't enough players, unless I use pitchers on one team. I don't want to do that because I don't like to have them standing around in Ihe oulfield." FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Thomas Brewster, Minister. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.^ Morning worship, 10:55 o'clock with message by the pastor on Evangelism. Young peoples meeting, p. m. Each afternoon next week, begin ninging Monday. Mrs. Dorsey Me Rae will conduct a Bible Study based on the book of acts, this is And Valley of Vanishing Men ?LUS Sports Mirror "Why—why—well, look—look, you say it!" Jimmy swallowed, and his eyes were wide now. "You name the date yourself! You're the one, not me! Whenever and wherever you say!" He •was like a soldier going to do a duty U it killed him, and shrewd Loraine Stuart did not miss that fact. flee? You better eat! .you got to fly in a sky train at 4 o'clock. That ain't but a few hours." "I'll get a malted milk later. And a sandwich. Everything is so horrible now and—oh!" He turned to follow her gaze. Jimmy and Loraine v.-ere coming out on the terrace, toward them. "It's all right," Ed comforted. "Just don't try to talk for a litlle while." Loraine, surprisingly to Ed, had all her old verve and sparkle back. She strode toward the canvas swing like a conqueror, like an imperious dress model on a stage, like a woman of absolute purpose and poise. Jim Carr's face was set. "Well," Ed Bryan began, .rising, "Well, uh—it's not 1 o'clock yet, but maybe we—" "Sit down! Do sit down!" Loraine directed them, brightly "There may be something you two people want to know!" "Yes'm," Ed agreed, nervously Neither Jimmy nor Pat spoke But Loraine now said, "You're both going to be a little surprised I'm sure. But the truth is, the fice without another word. People were waiting to see her. Ed went on away, a whipped, angry man. Pat did not go at once to the desk she had borrowed. Rather hastily she went on through to a small anteroom. She just .had to have a moment alone! She didn't cry any more. Not low. Control had to be forced at any cost, because of the afternoon's task before her. . . . But 'or an ageless minute or so she did think. The old hope within her of course lay completely dead. She tamped her cigaret out and said, "Tomorrow at noon. Right here." romantic old southwest has gotten jinto our bones, in a measure Jimijiy's and mine." "Ma'amV" Ed looked at her. She had tried Everything! Kindly everything. Ed Bryan lad "sought to help her; it just simply hadn't worked. She had ,i-ied slaving for Jimmy. She had .ried being honest, sweet girlish. She had tried—once back in Elmira—being sophislicaled, and that had been terrible. Today, she had tried a cooing, purring technique which Loraine herself used EO effectively on Jimmy Carr. Nothing had worked. Pat whispered a quick little prayer. Jimmy! God. Always!" Then she hastened back to her assigned job. (To Be Continued) "Please lake care of Please take care oil him, By The Associated Press Today a Year Ago — World heavyweight champion Joe Louis, 20 1-2, knocked out Abe Simon, 225 14, in sixth round for his 21st successful title defense. Receipts of bout went lo Army Emergency Relief fund. Three Years Ago — Commissioner K. M. Landis fixed salary cf Lindsay Deal, rookie outfielder, ho claimed he was offered $1,500 ss for coming season with Brook•n Dodgers than he was paid revious year in minors. Five Years Ago — Luke Appling, Ihicago While Sox infielder and ormer American league batting liampion, suffered fractured leg i.i xhibilion game with Chicago Cubs and lost to leam for three nonths. 1943 Appropriations Greater Than 1941 Litlle Rock. March 26 — ($>)— Appropriations by the 1943 general isscmbly — supplemental, spec- al and regular biennial — were $5.784.912.85 greater than those riade by the 1941 general assembly. Comptroller J. Bryan Sims' compilation of appropriations showed Lhat (he increase was piled up principally by the public schools which got $5.7G8,434.39. General slate agencies took a ?339,592.93 decrease. Total appropriations by the re- cenl legislature were $122,823,218.58 compared to §117,038,305.73 in 1941. The latter figure does not include the highway bond refunding appropriation nor a $1,750,000 appropriation for a highway turnback con- Irol board which was declared in valid by the courts. Sunday - Monday - Tuesday YANKEE DOODLE Kit I 'Til ;t ROGERS Gabby* Hayes GENE KELLY GEORGE MURPHY MARTA EGGERTH BEN BLUE

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