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CLASSIFIED Number, of Words Up to 16 16 to 20 21 to 215 to 30 to 35 to 40 to 45 to 50 . Rates Adi Must fee In Office Dftfr Before Publication One Three Six One®—— Day Days Days Month .IB .00 .75 ..90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 . 1.20 l.fiO 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Y.56 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 fl.OO 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 . «ni_- for Continuous . Insertions Only All Want Ads Cash in Advance Not Taken Over the Phone Lost WIRE BASKET CONTAINING Rawleigh Products, host Tuesday morning on Edgewood and -.Second St. If found,; return to Hope Star office. 27-31 Wanted to Kent 3 OR 4 , ROOM. FURNISHED -•apartment by working couple Phone 971-W. Joe Roscnbaum. . . 26-31 Estate for Sole THREE ROOM HOUSE WITH both, on South Washington, near Basket Company. Price $2,250. If interested see Floyd Pnrler- ficld. 20-01 4 80 ACRES AND NICE HOME, rnlles out on No. 4 highway. 25 ACRES, 8 ROOM MODERN home, gas, water and lights. $700 to $1000 worth of timber on this place. 1 mile out on No. 4 highway. NEW FIVE ROOM HOME ON Foster Avenue, 2 new modern (1 room homes on West -lib St. All priced right. SEE RILEY LEWALLEN. EAST Third St. 24-3t TWO OR 3 ROOM FURNISHED apartment for couple. Call Elzy ^Rogers. Photic 8; 26-31 For Rent THREE -UNFURNISHED ROOMS - to couple. Phone 020-R. Kenneth Brice, Walters :g'aragc.';- 26-31 CLOSE IN, FRONT • BEDROOM, : • adjoining bath, working girls preferred. Phone 583-W. 2G-3t For Sole TWO BEDROOM SUITES, LIVING room suite, dining room suite, breakfast set, 9 by 12'wool rug, platform rocker, Beauty .rest mattress with matching springs. Mrs. David Bnlcli. 414 North Hervey. ; . 24-3t THREE PIECE BEDROOM SUITE three rocking chairs, 7 ql. pressure cooker, battery radio. See Earl Smith, Crumber Store, highway 67 East of Emmet. 27-31 4 ROOM HOUSE, 3',i ACRES LAND about 1 mile on Spring Hill road, Mrs. S..M. Murray, Phone 981-W ' 27-3t 4 DOOR DODGE CAR, EXCEL- lent condition mechanically newly painted. See J. V. or D V. Moore. 27-3t ICE BOX, -50 PO T JND CAPACITY porcelain lined. Phone 318-W 24-31 JUST RECEIVED, A CAR LOAD of wheat shorts. Get yours while they last. Hope Feed Co. 24-'6t FLOORED PLAY PEN. IN GOOD BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY ESTATE, half mile from City limits. 180 acres well-Improved. Fine seven room brick, two story, two bnths, hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, flobr furnafp, large attic fan. Three brooder houses, large chicken house, three barns, large pond, Ten acre pecan orchard. Water, lights, natural 'gas. Five tenant houses, large green house. A lovely place to live. If interested, sec Floyd Porterficld. 20-31 Notice FORD FERGUSON TRACTOR and equipment for hire. Sec- Charles H. Beck, Box 179. Route 2, Shover Springs, near Ohvell's store. 20-Gt Yesterday's Stars By The Asslociated Press Enos Slaughter, Cardinals- Drove home both St. Louis runs of 2-1 edge over Brooklyn with double in first inning. Hank Wyso, Cubs— Blanked Now York with seven nits to oulpitch Monte Kennedy for 1-0 decision. Eldio Fletcher, Pirates—Doubled with bases loaded in ninth inning to down Boston 3-2. Tex Hughson, Red Sox — Regained mid-season from with five- hit, 5-1 victory over Cleveland mathematically eliminating Tribe. Steve Souchock, Yankees — His pinch triple scoring two runs w;is big blow of seven-run eighth inning that enabled New York, to drub Detroit, 10-6. Dick Fowler .Athletics—Shut, on! Chicago with eight hits. 3-0. Dick Mauney, Phillies—Gave up only four hits in while - washing Cincinnati 5-0. Baseball Scores National League St. Louis 2; Brooklyn 1 Chicago 1; New York Pittsburgh 3; Boston 2 Philadelphia C; Cincinnati 0. American League New York 10; Detroit 0 Philadelphia 3; ChicagoO Boston 5; Cleveland 1 Washington 5; St. Louis 2. Southern Association Nashville 5; New Orleans 3 Chattanooga a t Mobile postponed, rain. Only games scheduled. NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NEW MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE B GROCERY REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R Time to Pack Away Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 Tucttfoy, A»rju<rt 27, HOP!, ARKANSAS" H 0 P B STAR, By Ray Gotro OZARK IKE By Chick Young FORGET IT...LET'S THISLL HOLD HIM.,, NOW SEE THAT HE f> '— DOESN'T LEAVE THIS \r-vJ ROOM TILL. '- ~ s ^ ^AAAr/' r J} ^' tS**" 1 ' GAME' / II \-- \ (,VOO-HOO.> KEY TAG IS. ' MISSING/ LEAVE IT TO n ME, BOYS... JUST HANG THIS ON THE DOOR AS YOU GO. By Michael O'Molley & Ralph Lane By Dick Turner GOOD. 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BY ASKIWG- HIM TO LET / 1 WORRIED YOU WIN THAT $10 PRIZE AT J ABOUT IT, KIMG'S DRUGSTORE / __— 'ALL MI&HT/ ^^^^^^"^^^^^^ MODEL A FORD, ALSO TEAM of mares, weight 1100 pounds, ; age 5 and 8. Gordon Butler, Rt 1. Hope. 24-Gt ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmorc Auto Supply \- 'O ''*' "< f, •,. <-<.(., , \' , By Carl Anderson •^X'' ** S/*A ...i '•' ELECTRIC SERVICE Night Phone 1015-J WAS ONLY THINKING- OF HIM/ HE LOVES TO DANCE/ We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING '" 8'?.7 C0f». UMiYNIASUViei.lNC.T. M. KEG. U.S. PXT.OFF. '!' By V. T. Hamlin ALLEY OOP BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark "Snappy laughs i^ake his jokes go over better! 5jSpaas;-.-coc«. 1'J15 BY NE> SfavicE. INC. T. M. PEC, u. 8 '•AT YEP, \ /VERY GOOD I PEA, OOP, BUT ITS Y A CRITTER (BACK HUNTING I THAT'S TH 1 )/ BEEN QUiTE A SPELL ( AS BlS AS OL' D1NNY TO HELP \ PROGRAM!/ I SINCE JP YOUR NOBLE STE£D\ DINNV? GOSH, IT MAS' NOT BE AS \ . ji EASY AS I RCSEECD... ) l" ; t;. V fu. ALL I'LL MAFTA DO HAUL MYSELF L'P WHERE I CAN <SE A GOOD LOOK: AROUND AN' STA'--.T BELLESN'.' Thimble Theater I SORTA F.RGOT WHAT A B\G PLACC AAV HOMELAND IS! . ^ i HAVE HAD A SMELL; HE ^-r-, MAW. COULD BE FAR OR VE2Y NEAR, ) v I BUT FiNDlN' HI'A'LL 5= JO'JS'rt, J I FSAR. GUZ RID WOO OF ITHS CRO-MASS? QUICK, SUMMON MUD6EOM TO COME ALOM6- SIPE .'.' AH/.' THE M-A F.p-U-N-T-A-l-N-S AVV-R-T-H ,'/ ^\.>.-. Ww* to^; V/C- We Pick Up and Deliver Put them in Moth Proof Bags Plenty of Parking Space O fcWt HUA CA r HOROUGH With Mfljor Hoople By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE Cleaners OUT OUR WAY AC.CWCLL. KCOT/ \N6 LE-f-.Ve/SO (.OtiS, YKOOf IS '00 vJltiA A PAI^G, Otr> 4 M ft^OR. / ASLIPPIWS / BUTOUK SORROW r HERE'S A V HlNA A> PRESENT, \SftNAPL6 AfV STftS A OF W6 >^> HANiDV ft£ E (4p»PPlER. HERE 1^ K/ AVJ/^V M VOlLD SOCIETY OF Yoo MOULD BE ROBBING HUGH B. HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76 rm-i •- ,'-•-.'-. i- -, j^< y • ^" 4v--i — ^•w.ilSi'NT? x Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES T. M. REC.. U. ^. I J AT. OFF By Fred RED RYDER NEEP IACRE. ROPE A LOi^Q LOo-' IP REU-HEAD YOU A'.l-VT FOOL\l«J coweot•' THIS PAre R iPrtER TtLurV WHERE SL)(3GE' AH Dimensions — 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK. ar DOMT LIGHT AMWCU NErXR I T = MOM STAR, HOPE, A h K A M S A 5 Fair Enough By Weitbrook Pegler Copyrlflht, 1946 By klHq Features Syndicate. New York, Aug. 20— The United Nations thing has mode another pass at a section of Woslchesler County N. Y., and I have never soon sensible people carry, on so about nothing since the lime the New Deal threatened to build a Ridge where we hud no farms J uirm-to-marke road in Pound Ridge where we had no farms and Li-nest Schelling, who ran the village store, got most of his Harden sass and eggs and all his meat u nd caviar and cocktail onions from the wholesale house in the cilv in big truck that used the mum road. The embattled commuters who had done wondeis with all those old sny-oacked shells of ancient cottages and cleared away the poison imy und called their nlaces Mortgage Minor and Dun Hunlin' and the Elms or the Birches wipped themselves into a terrible lather, apprehending that, with -a good, sn.ooth road to that quiet refuge away from it all, Saturdays •iiif Sundays, would be just plum hell, with traffic tering by and not all of it tearing by, either, but' a lot of it turning .in with heart .of yoo-hoos and only a minute for' a quick hello and a few drinks and, maybe whoever was going for dinner and then a few nightcaps and a half-dozen more for the road. Nothing ever camo of the road und it all seemed to be just a skirmish in a war of nerves and I keep telling my frightened sude- lon friends around Harrison and Hye that they won't become displaced persons in any anschluss and to sleep well and forget about the United Nations. But they arc out of control They sec those pictures of packs 'of people in Europe, minorities convicte'd of racial guilt, limping and pushing wheel-barrows and carrying tne babies down the roads to nowhere, and they can't believe -it ciin t happen here. They are beginning to suspect that traitors among the neighbors, persons who would like to sell out 'big. anti?i uate ij « ncco "om!cal heaps like the old Baronial pile at Hyde Park hut Mr. Ickes so kindly took off the hands ot the heirs ,are secret- y encouraging the United Nations bo buy them out. It is, in a small way similar to the situation in the Siidctcnland first, when the Germans there wanted Hitler in, and today, when the Czechs or • Communists, or whoever runs the ou? W ' nl ' C nmning tho Germans I say it is a ]i a i ol of publicUv which, in the end, will show the world that in our country the gov- cM-nment can't do that to people even to accommodate a select group of old-world politicians who were led to believe that Mr Biff and his political hei,rs could do anything tney pleased to the American citizens, and that, in the long run the advertising will increase the value of their nlaces I ] say these cosmopolitans made bad Vols Beat Pels in Only Game in Southern Play By Tho Associated Press .The Wlh-plnco Nnsh\ji11c Vnls overcnrhe n thres-run lelicl -and defeated the fourth-place New Orleans Pels In the only game played In the Southern. Associatitm last night. me game between Chattanoofia and Mobile was postponed on account of rain and the two teams Will play a doubleheader toniglH. The othet 1 clubs were not scheduled to play last night. The Nashville win narrowed the margin between the two'teams Ijut did not change the standings . New Orleans got away to a three run lead in the first inning by bunching five hits off Leo Twardy. Pete Hader, Pelican hurlur, weakened in the fifth and sixth and allowed two runs. fiick Callahan, who relieved Hader, was sent to the showers in the ninth by a five-hit barrage Winch was good for three runs and the game. Tonight's games: Atlanta at Memphis Chattanooga at Mobile (2) Nashville at New Origans Birmingham at Little ftocic. tage Fights Lost Night By the Associated Press Allentown, Pa.—Blackjack Billy Fpx, 171.- Philadelphia -., knocked out Joe Roddick, 105 J-2, Newark, N. : J'., (3). . 'New York—Bill Poland, 200 1-2, New York, knocked out Jimmy Gardner, 177, Philadelphia, ~(3). Brooklyn—Pete Geno, 140, Now York,, outpointed Russ .Hawkins, 150, 'New o-ork, (8). By United Press New York Sterling Oval)—Cleo Etvertlt, 195, New York, outpoint- ed Abel Ceslac, 234, Buenos Aires, (8)., -Newark, N. J. —Charley (Kavol Chancy, 171, Baltimore, knocked out Steve Hostek, 172 1-2, Newark, _ West Springfield. Mass — Nick Stato, 130, Springfield, outpointed Jackie Floyd, 127, Philadelphia, ^Chicago—Booker Bechwith, 17G. Gary, Ind., knocked out Bill Peterson, 205, Indiana Harbor Ind 5) Milwaukee—Willie Pep, 13l'' \-Z, Hartford, Conn., knocked out Doll Halterty, 134 1-4, Milwaukee, (C). .••New Orleans — Ben Montabano, •? i L 4 ' Bil ' m 'nsham, Ala., out- pointed Jimmy Hatcher, 145, Lake City, S. 'C., (10). Owners Go Into Huddle to Study Contract Forms Chicago, Aug. 27 —iff)— With rrtuline details settled for the world series, which will be back on a pre-war schedule for the first lime in live years, major league Club owners today went into an un- pi ocedentod huddle to study player contract reforms. Chairman Larry MacPhai] of the major league policy committee outlined plnycr proposals in a joint meeting of magnates Of both leagues with Commissioner A. B. "Happy" Chandler. The owners then were scheduled to adjourn for separate sessions, reconvening ior another joint confab which probably will not develop until tomorrow. The American and National League owners, who suggested the collective bargaining move themselves at a meeting during the all- star game in Boston, July 7-8, are prepared to dig deeper in their funds to meet the players' requests, pressed by threats of unionism and talent scouting by Jorge Pasquel's Mexican League. Foremost on the list of player riroposals are a minumUm wage of $5.000 or slightly more, a pension plan involving the raising of a fund by a series of ' inlerleague games, or oy assessments, and incidental spring training expenses of S5 per day. Yesterday at a meeting of representatives of the three current top teams in both leagues, presided, over by Chandler, details were worked out for the first 'two world series games to be played in the National League city on Oct. 2 and 3. The next three will be in the American League city, and the next two, if any, back in the National League city. .. Each club is allowed 30 players and also any returning service Coach Bill Barnes Reported to Be Improving , Fayetlovillo. Aug. 27 '—(/P)—Bill Barnes, foolbnll end conch nt 1ho University, nf Arkansas, wns re- pol'ted in good coalition today n( a hospital, where lain yesterday he underwent an emergency np- pendeclomy. '•/He bpcamc jll at the nthlelic field house on the campus and was rushed 1o the hospital. move in the i'irst place because New York is closer 7to Em- ope politically than Ireland, and on top of that, they selected a region oi beautiful homes :?or themselves and lakes and golf clubs ThPv S 'i S rf s( V il ? ble '• or n 'g ht c'ubs: ihey had their nerve. They had their nerve to trv to come to New York at all Sn ^' 1 , 11y ' 10 |- Chicago or Pittsburgh or South Dakota if all they want is a place where they can be together m n settlement of their own, wUr time,; communication by wire and radio and plane, and their pur- nes°' 1S l ° aUond - to serious busi- Why must they be so close to the Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the n Si • describe d unclaimed A Shl ?} Tlent c ° ns 'S"od to Hope . Co ." Ho P e . Arkansas will be sold to the highest bidder beginning at 8 o clock a. m. Saturday, September H, 1946 at the Missouri Pacific Freight Depot in Hope, Ar- 3 cases Paint in metal cans 1 case Aluminum Puint in metal ,,. Signed Missouri Pacific Freight Depot AUK 27. Sept !f R ' Brooklyn Navy Yard and'(ho war industrial areas of Now England and Union Square and Communist headquarters and tho night clubs and theatres? Would the Russians Jet them come that close? Our own people don't spend much time in night clubs and theatres and a million or so who work in New York have to travel a lot farther than Harrison .and Rye twice a clay to earn the money to pay the income taxes to_pick up the tab for .the lend-lease planes that Marshal £ no. has been using to shoot down American soldiers in Yugoslavia. .Uo they know how many of those Americans have never seen the inside of the Stork or Twentv-Onc or -of av pnm S ° el - )0 ' dahom a and think ot Communist headquarters as a center of treaihery? Practically all or them. Do they know that most of the American homes they have the ca m effrontery to try to claim are h?,m Stat , es b i! 1 dwellings that were built or bought by the families that iVil «f m ' S nc l the P ri vatc prop- •fri Lr *^ who fought in our wars to_ defend their homes and woman them? They do ,we may be sure and they know, moreover, that the quarters to Which they are trying '!£• TT ^. ^emselves, depending on the United States to evict the owners, are un- better than anything that most of them have'ever boon accustomed to at home ; I know one place that would be ideal for the United Nations <f the idea is just to set aside 'a patch where hese people can segregate fe sel X es ; » Comfort and^ with men who join the club between now and world series time. World series schedule arrangements drawn up by representatives of the current three top clubs in the American and National Leagues : If Brooklyn wins — first two gumes on Oct. 2 and 3 in Brooklyn: third, fourth and :!iflh games in Boston, Oct. 4-!)-G; sixth game in Brooklyn Oct. 7, seventh game, if necessary, in Brooklyn, Oct. 3, allowing one day lapse *or distribution of tickets. If St. Louis wins — first two games in St. Louis ,Oct. 2-3; travel Oct. 4; next three games in Boston Oct. 5-G-7; travel Oct. 3; sixth game in St. Louis Oct. I); seventh gnme, if needed, in St. Louis, Oct. 11. Scale of prices: For Boston and Brooklyn home games-box scats $7.20; grandstand $0.00; general admission $3.60; bleachers $1.00. For St. Louis home games—box seals $7.50; grandstand seats $6:25; general admission $3.75 and bleachers, SI.25. Starting times — all games will start. at 1:30 p. m., home time, except any Sunday game in Brooklyn, 'which under local law, cannot begin before 2:05 p. m. ! ^.Q ' PRESERVED RECORDS Japan has preserved records of its tragic -1023 earthquake in fused quartz bottles filled with argon gas and encased in thick coverings of asbestos, lead and barborundum. o Radio performers practice from five to 15 hours for every hour on the air. SPORTS ROU New York, Aug. 27 —-(/P)— The 19—-—— ^ : ~ — u —7-' first, intercollegiate football game [,.,_..,, _v T oior. • a Warre counly will be re-enacted between the I down) weekly paper, halves of the Princeton-Ilutgerss tus.sle Oct. 19, wilh costumes, etc., as nearly like those of l!if>9 as po.s- sible. . . Next step is i'or sonic college to portray ,the first occasion when a coach offered a prep to matriculate Forest Hills star a few bucks at his school. Mrs, Bill MoKechnie, wife of the Cincinnati manager, has been in* spooling farms near Slate College, Pa.',, ostensibly for later use.-Bill's two sons and his daughter are Penn State graduates. . . . Carl Kuzma, brother of Torn, Michi- publicity point's out'that an imus-j Ban's 19'!2 star halfback, plans to ually fine crop of young players enter Michigan this fall. He's a will ctnv( in ihn MTiiir.n^.1 '•"fl.-.tijr. Virilflinplr. 1hn. rmri w^irrlic nrniitirl will start in the National singles Saturday. The betting is . that none will get past the quarter finals. halfback, too, and weighs around 195. - - —o- Spbrts Before Your Eyes Gabby Hartnett, currently managing the Buffalo Bisons, expects to open a Chicago bowling establishment Sept. 1. He'll call the ".Gabby Recreation"—which might be applied to the entire sport of bowling. . . The U. tif Miami foot- hall snuad is considering Calling the Villanove game at Philadelphia its "nomee'omn.g '. Nearly half the Miami athletes hail,?rom Pennsylvania and New Jersey. .... Pinky George, the DCS Moines boxing promoter who still is hailed . as "the fighter without a 'muscle," I is the new owner-publisher of the j GREATEST PRODUCTION More automobiles and" trucks wore manufactured in 1929 than in any year since or before. Production totaled 5,358,420 units that NOTICE The Self Service Laundry on East 13th Street, will open Monday, August 26th at 7:00 A.M.. Will appreciate your trade. W. C. Roach A. L. Johnson Owners Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repair* Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For belter work at better prices—Old beds made new and new beds made too — One day servicfr in town — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. the Mexican border, called Port Huachuca., It was a smallI cavafry post originally but during -this war u was enlarged enormously and it would be ideal for the United Na- L ", S ' thalways *fsumlng, of course, n L, 5 r pe ? ple are not inte »t on a iqund of pleasure und a system m.™ glle With foroi e» Political pi essure groups concentrated in New York and on espionage, which may be too much to assume. There is swimming and there are horses and there is hunting in the mountains for wild-cat, wild nip • and mountain lions, and in the des- |ert there are birds and in old , Mexico there is plenty of hunting, too, and fishing, both deep-sea and iresh-water. There is at least one big theatre and there may be Inore and, anyway, could be, and if the personnel show any sporting blood private enterprise will set up tho traps for •gambling as high as a ..'at s back and all kinds of jouncing to the music of the bands by the kind permission of Jimmy Pe- Nobody will intrude on their uri- °cy at Fort Huachuca. Nobody will disturb their mediations and disputes. Couriers can fly there in a few hours and the wires are in now for the telegraph and phone systems. Healthful, invigorating climate. Not too hot in summer nor very cold in winter unless thcv go looking for snow up tho slopes, to slide down lull on slats or bobs .It is ready made and doing nothing and has no future as anv army P u St ,i"^, ss . the United Nations should fail in its work but I realize that I am urging foolishness because they wouldn't like Huachuca Too far from New York. Nobody but the Bisbee miners and the tourist people at Tombstone and some sedate Mexicans and glum Indians to watch them strut their importance, and none of thorn very easily impressed. But they won't get Harrison or Rye. You can't do Americans that way on their own home grounds and the worst possible propaganda for the United Nations is this attempt to throw a whole neighborhood of people out of their homes to accommodate the builder? of the peace, many of whom have been doing that way to millions bf'guilt- less victims back where they come from. Bums Pick Higbe So Try to Even Cardina! Series By HARMAN NICHOLS St. Louis, Aug. 27 — XUP) — Manager Leo Li'ppy) Duroch of the Dodgers, a born gambler of the diamond, pulled out his ace-in- the-holc, Kirby Higbe, today in a desperate bid to overhaul the Cardinals before they get more than , a game away. A 12-gamc winner and the only rested front-lino Dodger pitcher, Higbe was named to face southpaw speedster Harry (The Cat) Brcchcen in the all-vital finale of the Brooklyi.i-St. Louis series here. Durochcr, . an old Cardinal man himself, knows how the Redbirds fly once they get into the National League lead _late in the season. For 96 day's, his Dodgers defied the law of gravity and held on to first place. But last night, the Cardinals scored two runs in the first inning and little Hurry Dick- 'son's corner-cutting pitches and big Harry Walker's life-saving catches in center field pulled them through to a 2 to 1 victory into undisputed first place by a full game. The two teams presented a vivid contrast as they romped to their locker rooms under the Sportsman's Park stands. The Cardinals were a happy, back-slapping lot with Manager Eddie Dyer sporting his first real Texas grin in months, The Dodgers were a silent, cleat- scuffing band. Durocher, who as hardly stuck his head out of the dugout during the series, cut a reporter short and walked on ugm- lipped. Durocher lost an important gamble last night when he sacrificed southpaw aces Joe Hatten and Vic Lombard! in relief roles in the hope his Dodgers would come back to tie the score or take the lead. He knows he has to win pne today because leaving St. Louis two games out of first place with the hateful Cubs next could prove disastrous to the scrappy gang from Flatbush. The Cardinals' close-tp-the-vest play last night was the big trump. The Redbirds rapped big Rube Melton for the all-important two runs in the first inning when Walker singled, Stan Musial walked and Enos Slaughter smashed a double against the right field wall. Little Murry Dickson made the two tallies worth a thousand. Although he allowed seven hits, he stranded five Dodgers on base when the chips were down for his 12th victory of the season. The Dodgers rapped the Tracy, Mo., righthander hard, but Walker broke their spirit in center field where he made six putouts, robbing Brooklyn of a possible run in thu sixth and snuffed out a possible safety in the eighth. The Dodgers scored their lone marker in the sixth when Dickson walked Augie Galan, Pete Reiser singled and Dixie Walker lined to Slaughter, who dropped thu ball. DOGS Yoiir Back Gel Tired? A will relieve back* fatigue-^—give you restful posture. MRS. RUTH DOZIER 2165. Hervey Phone 942-J LAWNMOWERS Repaired and .Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. .'Main St. FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Smah • ANDERSON BROS. • COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main Sewing Machines Call us for guaranteed Repair work on all makes machines. 23 Years Experience We cover buttons, make button holes and do hemstitching. We buy, sell and exchange machines. C. W. YANC1Y Singer Diet. )13 S. Walnut Phone 578-W BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumblno • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. Doug /^JTV Carl Bacon \*\ I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop WANTED GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop Equipment is no better than the maiv that uses it. For Your Repair Work> see HOMER COBB Highway 67 Phone 57 "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner NOTICE Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas WE-» CLEAN 'EM , • • • REPAIR 'EM • PAINT 'EM » ADJUST'.'EM "' • RE-CORD 'EM • ..RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New ''Custom- Made Metal. Venetian Blinds-• . FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING " .ALL •Gl's Interested in FLIGHT TRASHING i' i Contact,, ~* Vet Office or B. L. Retrig at the airport . j • Flfghf Instructions """' '• '' ' • Rides' "' / ^ .• Charter Trips HOPE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT Agent .for SCAT Airline is for Do you get a dividend 'on your fire insurance? Each year our companies return . millions of dollars .to policyholders. You .can also save at. least 20 per' cent.by insuring with us!. Fpster-Elfis MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Non-Assessable Legal Reserve . 108 East 2nd Phone 221. PIANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" '. : • Looks like new • Sounds like new • New guarantee If you are interested in buying a piahp call or jVrite One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO. "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkdna, U. S. A. LET US KEEP YOUR CAR IN CONDITION We have an adequate stock of parts for all make's of cars. 'MANBEE' Wheel Alignment System and Wheel balancer. Drum turning lathe and 'ALLEN' motor tune up test equipment. Come in for an estimate on any job. x; ' Shop Foreman . . .Eddie Craine .Mechanics— , Ernest Rogers Bill Elledge Cecil Godwin • E. W. Downs , Gerald Reyenga HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 White Oak Lo Forked Leaf White Oak and Cow Oak Clear and Clean Overcup Logs For prices and more detail Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkansas CASlS ' n 10" Minutes! Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you wont the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cosh. Ask for Mr. Me lorry, ot Hope Auto Co.

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