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Page Six HO* I'STAR, H6M, ARKANSAS World-Wide Baseball Is Chandler Idea By BUS HAM Washington, April 18 — WV-A.B. "Happy" Chandler would "be Blsd" to see baseball becprne World-Wide, if the government is interested in using the game to Improve relations with other countries. Baseball's commissioner made that comment to a reporter today when he visited the nation's capital to see Washington,and Boston play thetf third game or the infant 194<J iirtajor league season. "BaseTball has a great contribution to make (in the international field) and I would want it to mean something," he said. The State Department is the proper agency to look into such impossibilities, Chandler added. He is "ready at any time to sit down with such officials" to consider the possibilities of popularizing the sport around the globe. Baseball already has a start in many countries. During the war and shortly after, American servicemen introduced it in Italy. France, Germany and throughout the*Pacific, and revived it in Japan. The..-.sport, has a hold in South America, Cuba, Mexico and the Npthrrlands. . Differences between the Mexican League and organized baseball led a State Department official, to re- marV tb-* *>>o HO^--'™-,"* ;,,i~u-j- the big leagues would show some ih"dtf ! a"mv" "• sports conditions harmful- to -rela*' Arkansas Approved Butane Gas Systems and Appliances can guarantee im- .mediate delivery high ••class Butane Range with each system in- /stalied by us. W.S. Chance __ Company Texarkana, Texas 1 1729 -New Boston Road Phone 231 Alabama Calf Is Presented to Truman -Washington, April 18 — (UP) — President Truman in a bull session on- the White House lawn 10- iday received a 185-pound black An- I BUS-press-agent calf named Alai bam. , The 'bull calf was a gift from the people of Birmingham, Ala. His present purpose is to publicize ! the Birrningnam livestock show :and rodeo which opens later this month. Later he will become food for hungry people abroad. Luther Fuller, chairman of the show, tolct tne prusiacnt that me tsvo-month-olcl calf was "raised in the black lime country ouisicie Montgomery where Jeff Davis was made president." As Mr. Truman circled around Alabam for the benefit of photographers, he observed, "he's hungry — he ought to have a mamma." Alabam agreed. "B-a-a-a-a-a-w," he said. Fuller remarked that "he ought to be put on a nurse cow tonight." The president ordered Alabam turned over to Secretary of Apiculture Clinton P. Anderson 101- rearing until he reaches beef ma- turjty. Then he will be shipped overseas. A large delegation of farm group officials accompanied Alabam to Washington. Members of the Alabama congressional delegation, led by Sen ,.?u•? ^P Bankh ead, D., went to the white House to commend Alabama livestock, to the chief eecutive. Alabam has been hungry ever since'he arrived last night" aboard a passenger airliner. 25 Per Cent of Grocers Violating Ceiling, Says OPA Little Rock, April 18—(#)— OPA declared today that more than 25 per cent of Arkansas' grocery stores were failing-to comply witn ceiling price regulations. .The district office here said that f. survey of 2,058 stores showed that. on] y 1.507 fully complied with OPA regulations and that first offenders would be sent warning letters. OPA again emphasized the importance of customers checking ceiling price charts when purchasing foods. Skating Rink to Be UN Home ..< < '" I 5. s *« ::sS * "* "* "*"" "* ' ¥ '» N** ?>">^v-"^v—'vie- •" ^ '•« % - ^v ^ \ V '^('"^ < <J Se S 193"9 8 4n S Wnr1rt.. rI S»i'" ^""hlng'.Mendowf Park, site of the "City of Naw York" exhibit during the 1939-40 World s Fair vvi I soon be renovated at a cost of $1,260,000. to form the auditorium in which the UN General Assembly Will convene on Sefct. 3. • Who Knows 'Johnnie Doe? Thoughts And, Moses returned unto the Lord,, and said, Oh this people have,sinned a great sin, and have made them gods of gold. —Exodus o^'ul. . Fell luxury! more perilous to youth! than storms or quicksands poverty or chains. —Hannah More "/ luantecl a child, a son o/ his, jor fear he would not return. As things came to pass, he did ?iot come back, and here is his son." Those words are part of a tragic note, telling of her love for a soldier, which was left by the unwed .mother of the three-weeks- old baby pictured above-^vhen she abandoned him in a pew at St Mary's Catholic Church, Washington, D. C. If police do not locale the mother before the year's end,. "Johnnie Doe," pictured above with nurse at Gallinger Hospital, will be put up for adoption. tions.'.with: that country;-.' Chandler had nothing to say on that score. Smart New Easter Meh, shop at Talbots for r/ your new Easter clothes. WEMBLEY ^CHENEY Wi-. , .-.•. .. ^.. v; . Smart new Easter ties in all the new materials, and colors for Easter y^ear. You'll want several of these. A good setfction made by Wembley and Cheney. Solids^ Stripes, plaids, other . designs. 1.00 Pure Linen IHtiridkerchiefs I, Pure white linen hand* kerchiefs for men. Buy ', several of these smart • handkerchiefs. Other Handkerchiefs 25c - 49c TOILETRIES FOR MEN We carry a complete stock of L'Orle' toiletries that will please any man. TALBOTS We Outfit Hi* Democratic Harmony Meet Is a'Bust' By CLAIR JOHNSON Washington, April 18 — (/P)— An extraordinary "harmony" session of House Democrats failed today to dispel the discprd that has plagued party ranks. The latest burst 'of dissatisfaction with ihe way party affairs are going came after last night's caucus from lawmakers representing northern induslrial districts. One of these legislators, Rep. Hook of Michigan, said a "wide open split" now exists. Heretofore, southern members of the House have been mosl vocal in their complaints of disunity. Talking with newsmen after last night's meeting broke up'shortly betore midnight, the norlherners conlended their Dixie colleagues were allowed to control the 90-min- ule session. Thev ' said anli-adminislration Democrats dominale Ihe special 11-rncmber cpmmitee appointed lo woik as a liaison group wilh Democratic national headquarters in an etfort to promote "more harmonious relations." Several Soulherners and admin- istralion leaders disagreed, however. They declared ithal peace prvailed al the gathering and that party differences had been seltled amicably. 0 r Interpreter Doubled as Torturer, Tp6 Yokohama, April 18—,(/P)—Kumi- milsu Yamauchi, who -was. civilian inteipreter at Omuta prisoner of war camp, tortured American prisoners by placing burning cigarettes on their lips and dragging electrically charged wires across their backs, former prisoners testified today. Yamauchi is charged wilh beating and otherwise mistreating prisoners and with being directly ' instrumental in Ihe dealh of Cpl. Walter R. Johnson, McPherson, Kas. He pleaded innocent. Cpl. Paul A. Thacker of Rig- gold, Va., in a deposition charged that Yamauchi beal Johnson wilh clubs and used Ihe ''decide wire treatment" on him. "I don't know what voltage it' was," Thacker wrote, "but Johnson would scream pitifully when touched with Ihe wire." An other affidavi las to Yamauchi's treatment of prisoners and his attitude in encouraging mistreatment was inlroduced from Cl. Theodore A. Sailer, Truman, Ark. Lost Heiress Is Found in New York New .York, April 18—(/J?)' ' — Dorolhy Ball, 20-year-old Muncie. Jnd., heiress, was found in a -lower East. Side Salvation Army shelter late yesterday after ' being ^missing for more than a day from her school in Massachusets. :> Miss Ball came lo. New -York from ., Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass., early Tuesday. She was recognized at the shelter by Major Helen '-.Thomas- of the Salyation Army and was reunited there with .her father, E. Arthur Ball, Vice-president of the. Ball Brothers Manufacturing Co., of Muncie. * . Ball, in a statement by tele-* phone last night to the Muncie' Slar, said he thought his daughter, who is tolally deaf, left school; because "the slrain has been loo much" on her. ACCIDENT VICTIM DIES Lillle Rock, April 18 — (UP) — Mnson Turkcr, 14-vear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Tucker of Norln Lillle Rock, died in a hos- pilal here loday from injuries suffered in a freak accident lale yesterday. Witnesses said the handlebar of the youth's bicycle caught' in the fender of a car, and he was thrown to the pavement. o Leading anthropologists regard Eskimos- as merely one kind of North American Indian, both in blood, and language. . \.' Austin Grady Is Convicted in U. S. Court of Fraud Little.Rock, April 18 — (IP)— Aus- |tiii Grady, G2, was convicted in U. S. district court yesterday of using the mall to detuuid -mul was senlencqd lo five years in a federal penitenliary. • Judge T, C, Trimble denied Grady a new trial on the grounds that he had been defended ably and \yiis found guilty by 12 ru- spcclable jurors. A native of Carthage, Tenn., Grady Was charged .with defrauding minority groups on the pretext that ine Fair Employment Practice League, Inc., which he organizes!, would help give them equal 'Tights in education and employment. SOMETHING TO PLAY WITH Kansas Cily, April 17 — W) — Anybody need a machinegun turret^ — without a Ynachinegun? They're ideal for rumpus rooms, says Louis Goldfingcr, junk dealer who has 200 of the $12,750 turrets for sale at $35 to $50. Goldfinger describes his merchandise as "something really different io entertain guests. Just hook one up to .a battery and it works." To prove it, Goldfinger says he's .sold five turrets in the' last few days. He points out as soinelhint; else in-."-their favor that although Ihe turrets^ lack a machine^im. they're equiped with a gunsight. And he's not worried about getting rid-of the 900-pound housing If Ihe public isn't interested? "We can always sell them for junk." ADVENTURERS San Francisco, April 17 — W)— Four boys who entered a lifeboat "for a lark" were adrifl for an hour in San Francisco Bay. Mrs. Sybil Sinclair, swimming star, tried lo low Ihe bobbing craft lo shore but failed against the tide. Finally a plane, spotting the drifters, 'directed a rescue boat to the scene,.hauling ashore Gene Bueter, 10, Frank Johansen, nine, Charles Lukey, 10, and Leroy Bradfieldi'-ll. * The '4-fearfql voungsters were worried ibouf.only one'thing — they had . promised their' irtoms they'd be home^'at 3 o'clock. They were late. . Parchment was invented abou) iyu .o.c. CANT KEEP GRANDMA IN HER CHAIR She's aa Lively na a Youngster-. Now her Backache is better Many sufferers relieve nagsrln? backache quickly, onco tliey discover that the real cause of their trouble may bo tired kidneys. The kidneys are Nature's chief way of tak. ing the excess acids and waste out of the blood. They help most people pass about 3 Pints a day. When disorderof kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your blood, It may causenagglnatbackache, rheumatic pains leg pains, loss of pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling, pufflness under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes shows there is something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask ytur drueglst for Doan's I ills, a stimulant diurelic, used successfully by millions for over 40 years. Doan's give happy relief and will help the 16 miles of kidney tubes Hush byt poisonous wast* from your blood. Get Doan'BjPill.. University Not to Open Track Season Until After Easter Fayelteville, April 18 — (jP) — Coach Hobart Hooser has decided to delay the formal opening of track and field practice for the Razorbacks until after the University of Arkansas' Easter vacation. The drills, originally scheduled | to start yeslerday, will not get under way until next Tuesday. o Celery vinegar is useful for salad dressings and sauces. Crush one ounce of celery seeks, and mix with one quart ot vinegar. Allow to sleep for ten days. Strain and bottle. New Mexico has more acres of farm land than Illinois or Iowa. WWO SELECTED THE S/TE FOR THE! Select "Byers" as the place to go first. Good quality and fair prices meet. Answer to Last Week's Question Daniel Webster said "Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable." DRUGSTORE PHONE 555 ( PREURIPTION HOPE.ARK DRUGGKTS League of Nations Dies at Geneva Geneva, April It) — (fl 1 ) — Tho eague ui rvuiions expires lit midnight tonight, 20 years, three months and eight days after its birth. Only the farewell speeches and assembly ratification of some finui decisions to remain. A board of nine — representing Norway, Britain, Franco, India, China, Bolivia, South Africa, Czechoslovakia and Switzerland — was appointed to handle the liquidation of the league's $11,700,UUU in assets. The league's buildings and technical services will be transferred to tnc United Notions. Some delegates said only one loose end was left — the mandate system. 'They said there was no legal way to insure Unit all mandates would be turned over for United Nations trusteeship. Other observers said all powers holding mandates, except South Africa, have promised to negotiate trusteeship agreements. South Africa wants to annex its mandate —formerly German southwest Africa. Questions and Answers • Q—-When did Women first appear on the stage as We know H? A—They first appeared on the English stage in 1001, which probably marked the first appearance ot women actresses. Charles II encouraged the change from men to women for female parts. pny does n service man receive? A—$300, for G. I.'s and officers up to rank of captain who served overseas. Q—What new type device has been made to increase safety of high pnrflchute jumps? A—A baiomcler-liKo gadget thiit can be set to pull the rlpcorci at, any level from 20,000 to 50;, feet. Q—Who originated the phrase "almighty dollar'".' •A—Washington Irving, scholars say. Q—When arc U. S, troops to be evacuated from the China Theater? .A—May 1. Some 30,000 Marines Ihero will revert to Navy command. Q—How many United Nations were there originally? A—220. the war allies subscribing to ihe UN declaration of January 1942. ' Q—How much mustering out Do You, Too, Feel TIRED, NERVOUS a'BIT BLUE' YOn "CERTAIN DAYS" '"" Of The Month? If fomnlo functional monthly dla- jf' Uirbnnccs mnko you feel nervous, ".." weak, cranky—nt ouch ttmes—try famous Lyclln E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve nuoli symptoms. Tnken thruout the month—Pink- hnm's Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. TVs also a grent stomachic tonic. There are positively no opiates In Plnkham's Compound. It's Mtldo from Mother Nature's own wholesome roots and herbs plus Vitamin Bi. Plnklinm's Compound nn.r-8 NA- TunKl Thousnnds upon thousands of , girls and women report benefit! , LYDIA L PINKHAM'S £R£ t Now Is Ihe Time to TUNE UP-CHECK UP-FIX UP YOUR CAR VOUR CAR MUST .CONTINUE TO GIVE VOU SERVICE YOU CAN &ET A NEW ONE It takes more than a spring change of oil and grease to put your car in top flight condition fpr smoother more economical driving. Changing temperatures call for flushing and draining cooling system, motor tune-up, brake adjustments and other things. We are equipped to do the job no matter how large or small, expertly and promptly. Let us do it now! Drive in today! LARGEST STOCK OF GENUINE FORD PARTS IN SOUTH ARKANSAS Complete Service Department 4 ' - . * Complete Body Shop Complete Paint Shop Let Us Install a Brand New FORD MOTOR IN YOUR Use Our Budget Plan -r 12 Months to Pay \ Your Ford Dealer for Over 27 Years Hope Auto Co 220 W, Second Phone 277 HOPE S T A R, H 0 P I, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED A- w ant Ad, Cash ,„ Adv^—.N« T."^O^ the Phon, m !" lmMm . minimum 50c » ""*""/ "i«»«i«m r 9* On* month , lie w«4, minimum $2.>0 arr. for Continuous Insertion Only MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" jor^Sale COTTON PLANTING SEtiD, first year from breeder. Germl- nation 90 per cent. Sec T. S. Me_£ n . vltt - 18-tt AND 0 PIGS. SEE W. B. or phone 3I-J-4. 13-flt 1039 DODGE, >/, TON PICK-UP truck, good condition, five good tires, Bull frame, ice frame, ball and sheets, Mrs. Louie. Front?., J>J^rm._____ li-ct LARGE BAIW IN FAIR CONDI- tion. Bargain. Mrs. L. C. Hnsel- man, Oznn, Ark. 12-et GOOD USED LAWN MOWERS ...for sale and repaired. T. B ',fl (Oscar) Fcnwick 1015 West Avc' _B,_ Phone J9S-W. 10-1 mo STUDIO CpUClT" INNERSPRING construction, RCA Console radio, bookcase, barrel back occasional chair. Radiant healer. Table lop t range. B«by bed, dressor, bedsprings and mattress. Phone 'IIS-J or 195-.J. io. 3t BABY CARRIAGE AND PAD Phone 175-R. 800 Foster Avenue' downstairs upnrlmenl on left vt . .;, _ ^ OLDSMOBILE RADIO. EXCEL- lont condition at 1308 West Avc _B. • See Vornon Holiday. 10-31 TWO ROW ^sF^Tc^lTAND equipment. Gerald Reyenga. Emmet, Ark. - ig. PLYMOUTH COURE7 1939 DE~- luxe, good condition, no dealers Armstrong Store. Sutton, Ark' Emmet, Rt. 2. i6-Gt GOOD QUALITY BROAD BREST ^Bronze Turkey Poults, Book your orders now. Feeders Supply Co. ; 10-lm PLENTY HIGH QUALITY "BABY chicks. All heavy breeds, $12 pier 100 or 13c In lesser amounts. I coders Supply Co. 10-lm PLATE GLASS FOR SALE storefront sizes. Large stock Prompt shipment. Also aluminum snsh, sill cover, bars, etc. Write P. O. Box 013, Valdosta, _ 35 CHEVROLET PICK UP truck in good, condition. 5 almost new tiros. See H. P. Robertson at 1023 S. Walnut or Fred Robertson nt Rophnns. 15-Ot ONE ELECTRIC BROODER, 100 capacity, one delivery Bike, one Child's pony. Wade Warren Phone 350. 17. PICKUP 1941 DODGE TRUCK, will trade for good used cat- Walker Appliance, 108 South Elm. ,«Phonc901. ]7_3t STUDIO COUCH WITH MATCH~in« chair. Practically new. Phone 750-W. .,.•-.. . ~ 18-St NEW HOME WITH HARDWOOD floors on two lots. Also 2 building lots and 40 acres, two miles west of Hope. Phone 242. 18-3t Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI. :j:ure, one piece or more. Any %mount. What have you? Phone 873. n.lm ' GOOD JOBS FOR FORMER ... MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALISTS .& (MOS) - - J OB MOS Grades Weather Forecaster 787 4,3,2 Weather Observer Teletype Technician 790 5,4,3 AAF Supply Technician 826 4,3,2 Instrument Landing Equipment Mechanic 933 5,4,3 AAF. Gunnery Instructor 938 5,4,3 Air Transportation Technician ..'. 967 5,4 Synthetic Trainer Mechanic 969 5,4,3 Synthetic Trainer Operator-Instructor 570 5,4,3 Air Traffic Service Technician 996 5, 4, 3 fjht Traffic Clerk 2967 5,4 and many other skills. Here's a new opportunity for good, steady work at good pay. If you were honorably discharged from the Army on or after May 12, 1945, and held a giado in one of the military occupational specialties (MOS), you may now enlist in the Regular Army in your qualified specialty and at a grado depending on the length of your previous MOS service, provided you act before July 1, 1946. Stop in and find out Ihe special grade you will receive 'under this new War Department order. Apply at the U. S. Army (Jfecruiting Station, 215 Post Office 'Tilde,., Texarkana, Ark. WHY PAY MORE? DIVIDENDS are paid on your life insurance and you Jpay enjoy equal consideration by placing your other forms of insurance with our old line, legal reserve, non- assessable companies. Careful selection of risks have enabled our Mutual Companies to pay dividends without interruption since 1863. See us for Fire, Tornado, Automobile and Casualty Insurance, and save 20 to 40 percent on your insurance costs. Prompt Settlement of All Claims Foster-Ellis 108 East Second Phone 221 Real Estate for Sale NICE FOUR ROOM HOUSE AND acre and half of Inhd In Spring Hill, Gns, wilier and lights. Scp Mrs. Thomas Collins, Spring Hill, 13-01 NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE, LOT and holt, good neighborhood, can give quick possession. Floyd For- lerficld. i.tf MODERN FIVE ROOM house, Immediate possession. See Harry Blanton,' 220 East 13th Street. U-Ot MY HOME AT 20fl BONNEft firsl house behind Community Ice Plant. 8 rooms, 2 full baths. Phone 588-W. ig.Qt GOOD BUSINESS, NEW BUILD- ing with four modern living rooms, also small rent house in rear. Corner place on Third St. to bo sold at cost of conslructioh on account of olher business interest. C. B. Tyler, Exclusive : Agent, U0 Cotton Row. 10,8^ LARGE ROOMY HOUSE,'* in, splendid investment for rerU purposes.:Two lots, C. B. Tyler 10-31 NICE BUILDING LOTS. WEST Fourth Slroet. Phone '828-W, . 116 Cotlon Row. C. B. Tyler. 16-3t WHITE FRAME FOUR ROOlVt house on Main Street In Emmet. $1050. Tom While. Emmet. 17-61 HOUSE TO BE MOVED, DRES- ed lumber inside and out. Five rooms, good condilion, J. . G: Prcscott, McCaskill,-Ark. 17-61 MY HOME, NINE ROOMS, TWO baths, newly redecorated, Phone 373. Mrs. Chas. A. Haynes. ]7-Sl 371 ACRE FARM, LOCATED ON highway 07, one and one half miles west of Hope, approximately 200 acres In oats. Ideal farm for caltle. Phone 373. Mrs. Chas. A. Haynes. 17-31 NICE FIVE ROOM HOUSE, TWO acres land, small grocery store Electric lights, Butane gas systems. Dally mail, passenger bus service, school bus, !/4 miles from city limits of Ozan. Garden and truck patches. $2250. C. B. Tyler. = .'"'• 18-31 For Sale or Rent FOUR ROOM. HIOUSE, EIGHT, nnrl one > hrilf 'lots.. citv water, lights, and gas. 1/4 mile north Brick Yard. Henry Gray. 13-Qt Lost 22 RIFLE, LOST BETWEEN AL- Ion and Evening Shade. Finder return to Elmer Anderson, Hope, Rl. 1. Box 240, -•..... 15-3t SEVEN NO. 4 RATJON BOOKS. R6ward'< for- 'return "to Venders Atkins, Hope, Rt. 4. > ''10-31 SUNDAY NIGHT.NEAR HENRY Hotel, open faced white gold Elgin pocket watch with •short chain. Reward for .return to Claude Stuart, 215 So'ulh He'rvey St. , , : ...--. 16-31 SHELL FRAME GLASSES, LOST • Tuesday. Reward for return to' Roy Lyons, Ozan, Rt; 1, 17-3t Wanted WANTED, STAND OF. PINE TIM- ber, also sawmill operator. Write Box 98. . i6-3t For Sale or Trade 1939 FORD PICK-UP ALSO 1937 Ford Tudor and 1931 Chevrolet tudor. Esso Station, Emmet. 12-6t Female Help Wanted EXPERIENCED WAIT RESS wanted. Diamond Cafe, Phono 822. 3-tf Opportunities Offered HOME . AND AUTO SUPPLY Stores'-FranchisQ and merchandise- iavallafale' now fpr mew Associate Stores. Wi'lte or .wire. Kenyon Auto' Stores, Dallas 1, Texas. ,.-. '••. ., . 19i?m Notice SEE IDEAL' FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and better bargains. Phone 476. 14-lm CUSTOM MADE METAL VENE- tian blinds. Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind.Company, 1123 County Avenue, Texarkana, Arkansas, 18-lmo. IF YOU NEED GRAVEL. SAND or dirt, call 712-J. Quick delivery. 15-lmo, FOR ESTIMATES ON AWNINC.S, and Venetian blinds, write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17th Street, Texarkana, Texas. 15-2m Services Offered EXPERIENCED STAFF OF bookkeepers will keep your books for only $1 per week. Mail card today for information .on this nationwide new service. Dollar- A-Week Bookkeeping Service. 304 P & M Building, Texarkana. 19-lm REGISTERED SPENCER COR- setiere, individually designed corsets, brassiers, men and wo- mail's surgical supports. Mrs. Ruth Dozier, 318 North Elm St. Hope, Ark. Phone 144-J. 29-lm Fights Lost Night By the Associated Press Oakland, Calif.-—Frankie More, 134, Berkley, outpointed Chalky Wright, 135, Los Angeles, (10). Akron, O. — John Chatmon, 145 1-2, Buffalo, N. Y,, outpointed Chet Martin, HO 1-2, Akron (8.) Bangor, Me."— Frank Anderson, 164, Belfast, stopped Bob Rynne, 160, Lowell, Mass. (4). By United Press New York (Janaica arena)—Joe Governale, 158 1-2, New York .out- Fair Enough By Weitbrook Peglcr Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. By Dick Turner Wallace Sherlock, the editor of the Fail-field, la., Daily Ledger, composed a poetic editorial essay recently lo which this is a reply and a sequel. From some misinformed source. Mr. Sherlock had heard of a sad occasion In a beautiful room in a fine hotel in New York at which a number of young American soldiers, blinded in the war, wore entertained by pretty girls, whose loveliness was lost to them, and by others, including me. "Grim-faced," is the way Mr. Sherlock described me, with \vhal accuracy I do not know, vet, "Look, he is shedding scalding tears of sympathy." "When we were a teen-aged boy," Mr. Sherlock wrote, "we became the owner of a saddle that had belonged lo a cowboy who hud fought with Sheridan at Fisher's Hill and Cedar Creek." Crudely etched on the pommel were these words: 'A sword's real worth Is • In its flawless steel. A irian's true worth Is in his power lo feel.' "These lines may be children of the fertile brnln of Charley Vcr- trees, Ihe cowboy, or they may be the lines of some master. They are true, the mijn who can-feel-for his fellow has true worth in his heart. Many . are the limes this writer loses patience with Wcstbrook Pegler. He writes paragraphs a block wide and sentences a mile long. We have lo chop.lhem up into shorter ones so we, us well as our readers, can understand them. But any man who can shed sympathetic tears must have a-sacred source-tucked away In his inmosl soul. We will try riot lo become peeved when we read his copy for Ihe Ledger lo- morrow." May I say that Mr. Sherlock's informant was mistaken, that I was not present at Ihe gathering described and that those who cry dry arc no less sensitive lhan Ihose who weep wet? I am never suspicious of persons who weep openly and moislly when moved by woe but I must recall period when lawyers in criminal practice bawled heort-rendingly for defendant rascals in court and preened themselves on their art over corned beef and cabbage and rye, straight, in the saloon across the street-'during recess or after pourt. On the -other hand, 1 have a plain memory of English fathers and mothers down at Charing Cross to see their litlle, pink-faced, teen-age subaltern sons off lo France wilh nol so much as a blink but only smiles and (a final) "cheerio" and an answering "loo- dle-oo maler and paler," as Ihe train pulled away. God know they were weeping, even bleeding, in their-hearts but they are a sloic breed regarding public tears as indecent or, anyway, unseemly, whereas the French, certainly no less brave, wept .openly when they parted at the station gates, and the Poilus as copiously as their wives and parenls. Again to the other side of the coin, we had a few years ago a cynical and mercenary young poli- ticiah on..the radio who melted in his scalding tears shed i'or little tots condemned lo squalor in abominable slums, as he perceived things, because Congress had rejected some housing bill but, him- seltV in Ihe course of a few years, casually abandoned, through divorce, four children of his own born him by 'two wives. Discussing a mutual friend one day. with a great writer who had done some beautiful lines of pathos, I told him that our friend's wife had died a few weeks before. "Yeah?" he said. "Well, she was a lot of expense, nurses and doctors all the lime. And there was Ihe anxiety, loo." There is a strange cliche among us Americans which holds Dial open lears are unmanly an<i yel admires Ihem extravaganlly ' in uncoulh, rugged lypes such as Eugene Field's three-fingered Hoover who could brave the storms and wilds "but any chilld could rend apart;" The same quirk regards as worthy of pointed remark, usually facetious, the fact that a masculine' man should be fond of flowers and even send himself flowers at his holel room, when he is on the road to brighten the standardized dreariness of his cell. We .also.' think it ' admirable that a mqn. should -sympathize with the uhder-dog and I once crossed up', my. friend Hugh Johnson, along -of ' this. Coincidence woult} jiave it ;that on a day when he wrote a very generous piece about me and said that I was ever on the side of the under-dog I wrote one noisily repudiating this fallacy and pointing out that if Hitler should ever be Ihe underdog I would be rooting for the top-dog. . Therefore, while tears may be honored as a true expression of deep feeling, their absence is no more to be regarded as evidence of heartlessness than, in our courts, the failure of a defendant to take the stand may be noted by the nroseculion as a suggestion of guilt. On the same general subject I lately heard a story of a peon whose wife had died and whose friend, Pedro said: "Juan, your grief was magnificent." ..ill?'' Gracias . Pedro," Juan said. Where did you saw me?" "I saw you to the church." "Oh, you should have saw me 'VX'lf' ' <:'. -V-.V •''•'*• •' - • * 6>j 4 ; i'" |. AW.;".. Yes. I admit I suggested going somewhere, but J only . .wean! to a-movie)or something!*'• This Curious World'.'' ; By William Ferguson poinled Bobby Berger, 154 1-2 Hollywood, Cal., (8). Harrisburg. Pa. — Jimmy Hill, 154, Harrisburg, slopped Billy Goodman, 161, Philadelphia (5) ' THE INVENTOE. OF -° ^ MINERAL WOOL. NOW USED AS INSULATION. .--.-? •"V s V - r . ./©^IN HAWAII, FOR MANY GENERATIONS -DEPOSITED SILK-LIKE FIBERS OVER. SURROUNDING AREAS DURIN6 ERUPTIONS. SCIENTISTS DISCOVERED.'THIS SUBSTANCE TO BE FORMED BYCOM- PRESSED STEAM EXPLODINS THROU6H BUBBLIN& LAVA...AND NOWUSE THE PROCESS TO PRODUCE THE MINERAL WOOL OF COMMERCE. PR. 1916 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S, PAT. OFF. YOUR FIRST COUSIN'5 CHILD IS -WHAT RELATION TO YOU? ; SPHERICAL.' BOXES CONTAINING STRON6 SMELUN& SCENTS, WERE WORN BY EARLY EUROPEANS TO OVERCOME. THE. OOQA Of CKOWOS. ANSWER: First, cousin once removed. SPORTS ROUNDUP •By luh I FiD«rt«. Jr. New York, April 18 — (fP)— The Police Athletic League of New York is planning to extend its inter-city competition into Ihe baseball and track season and lo realize what Ihat means you'll have to see some of the figures . . . Bul firsl Deputy Commissioner James B. Nolan, who, heads the oulfit, wants you to understand it isn't just an organization of bad boys although its big job is keeping kids out of trouble . . . The pal. had 320 baskelball learns last winter and wound up in an inter-cily series involving New York, Newark, 'Philadelphia, Washington, Baltjrh'QVe', Union City, N. J., Yonkprs ' and Nassau county,-'N. Y. . . . -This spring, Nolan 'hopes 10 have • l.'OOO baseball teams in action, and -2Qj- 000 kicks'-participating in trnck. . . '•• The figures are almosl -to'.tt&tii'to believe.-.but the commissioner,'^big point is lhal 71 .police departments in big cllies. carry, on Ihe same sorl of work and if the resl could see what a swell job they're doing for Ihe kids, they'd lake il up t loo. Last Fling Noland likes lo tell a story aboul a pal official who was driving through a Brooklyn park when a couple of kid stossed some rocks al his shiny new car . . . The official managed lo calch the boys and demanded an explanation . . . "This is the lasl time: we're giving it up Tuesday." the kids lold him .... "Why Tuesday?" . . . "Well, that's the day were joining the Police Athlelic League." Sports Before Your Eyes The Los Angeles Rains have sent Kenny Washington lo a hospilal for operations on both his knees before he tackles his firsl big league fool- ball season. He'll be ready lo start practice in July . . . Drake's Bill Mack, whose 4:19 indoor mile at the Chicago relays lagged him as Ihe besl college prospect, Will get hjs firsl outdoor lesl in Ihe Kansas Telays Saturday .... Today's Guest Star Nixson Denton, Cincinnati TimesStar: '"There is a report out that Mr. William Conn plans lo retire if Louis whips him, devoting the remainder of his life to the restaurant business where he can associate with hams without the danger of being hit by them." C. E. HUCKABEE ^ Real Estate Dealer If you want a home, business of any kln.d, farm or small acreage In Texarkana or close In. See me in person or .correspondence. Write me If you have farms or houses to sell. Office 1114 Bowie Phone 3053-W Texarkona U. S. A. 3,627 Servicemen to Disembark From > 4 Ships, New York ,; By The Associated Press 'A' Four ships, carrying 3.G27 serV icc personnel, are scheduled to arrive lodav al New York, while 496 more men arc due lo debark from Iwo vessels al San Francisco." Today's Gomes~ ^ By The Associated Press (Eastern Standard Time) National League New York al Brooklyn, 2:30 p. in. Chicago at Cincinnati, 2:30 p. in. Pittsburgh at St. Louis, 3:30 p.m. Only games scheduled. American League St. Louis al Detroit, 3:00 ft,- m. New York at Philadelphia, 3:15 p. in. Boston al Washington, 3:00 p. m. Only games scheduled. Yesterday's Results National League Chicago 11; Cincinnati 7. New York 5; Philadelphia 2., St. Louis 6; Pittsburgh 0. Brooklyn 4; Boston 2. American League Philadelphia 7; New York I.-, St. Louis 7; Detroit 6. Cleveland 7; Chicago 1. Boston 13; Washington 6. Flashes of Life ' THAT SHORTAGE AGAIN Pittsburgh, April 18 — (/P) —An ex-soldier, filing a petition for eviction of tenants from a home he bought, told J. W. Weixel, voter- ;ans adviser in Ihe OPA rent division, a number of reasons why he neeued ine house, and added: "My dog is also expecting a lit- ler of puppies on June 2." to the cemetery, down there." I raised hell RURAL VISITORS Pittsburgh. April 18 —(/P)— Cabbie James Urban knew he would need witnesses to this story — because he didn'l believe it himself. So he obtained the names of his two fares to corroborate lhal he saw Iwo does and «i fawn Irol nervously cross Ml. Washington boule vard — one of the busiest outlets from Pittsburgh's downtown district — and scramble up a sleep hillside. THE EASY WAY Fallen, Ney., April 18 —OT—Ex perienced fishermen were oul in full force when the Irout season opened, but Ihe day's biggest catch goes to a small fry. Ten-year-old Ronnie Willhite and his pup "Ruff" were fishing in an irrigation ditch when Ruff spied a trout in the shallow water, and chased the fish to shore. There Ronnie joined the fray and came up with a six-pound, 15-ounce trout Cubs' Jinx Over Reds Is Still Working By CARL LUNDQUIT New York, April 18 — (UP) — A mental double play combination of psychology and superstition which the Chicago Cubs have used to establish an incredible mastery over the Cincinnati Reds was clicking perfectly again today. The Cubs won the 1945 pennant aecause of a hex that gave them 21 victories in 22 games against the Reds. Now they are out to take advantage of the situation again. The National League champions won their second straight game :rom the Reds, 11 to 7 yesterday, but as on opening day they were a beaten ball club going into the ninth inning. Cincinnati had a 7 to C lead going into the ninth when Cub batters went to work and scored five runs. Phil Cavoretta .urned the tide with a two-run inmer and set the pace at bat for the day with'- three hits in four .rips, batting in four runs. On opening day, Pitcher Joe Beggs of the Reds had a one-hit •shutout Koing' into the ninth when Chicago broke loose and won, •} to 3. Whether the Cubs, can maintain '.he mastery is problematical, but Me Reds now appear to be at a >ad * 'psychological disadvantage. The cards seem to be stacked [gainst -them. The St. Louis Cards made up for a bad opening day start, scoring a " to 0 shutout over the visiting 'ittsburgh Pirates behind seven- lit pitching of Lefty Max Lanler. Two big blows in the seventh, Stan Wusial's triple followed by Enos Slaughter's homer, were the hit- .ing highlights. To rookies. Bob Joyce of the -.lants and Hank Behrman of the Dodgers made winning National League debuts in the other games. Joyce, 31-year-old "late bloomer" 'or the Giants struck out nino batters and gave up seven hits in pealing the Philadelphia Phillies, 5 to 2 at'New York. The Giants got only lour hits, but nine walks by Frank Hoerst helped in the run- making. Behrman Rot -over the first-inning shakes to pitch Brooklyn to .a 4 to 2 victory over the Braves at Boston. Overcoming unsteadiness which threatened to consign him :o an early shower, he pitched shutout ball after the second and Halted a budding rally in the eighth by striking out two pinch hitlers with Ihe lying runs on base. He slruck out five batters. Happiest man in the American League was Bobo Newsom of the Athlelics, who rewarded Ihe failh of Manager Connie Mack by holding the Yankees to three hits in a 7 lo 1 yiclory at Philadelphia. Newsom, biggest loser in the American League with 20 defeals lasl year, persuaded Mack to lake another chance on him and came through by silencing the Yankee sluggrs. Aaron Robinson, who got a homer and single, was the only Yankee to bother him. The Hartsville, S. C., veteran rounded oul a big ,day by-.- droping , two perfect sacrifice bunts, one of which produced a squeeze run. Cleveland got another fine pitching job to beat the White Sox again at Chicago, 7 to 1. Allie Reynolds gave up five hits and was supported ably at bat by Ken Keltner who hit two homers and a double to drive in five runs. An error gave Chicago its only run in the two game series, Bob Feller scoring an opening day shulout. Boston's terrorizing hitlers were out in force again at Washington, geting 15 blows off five Senator pitchers in a 13 to G triumph. Ted Williams got two doubles -and a single, Johnny Pesky got three singles and Dom DiMaggio got a three run homer and single. The St. Louis Browns made four runs in the last two innings to beat the Tigers at Detroit, 7 to 6. Walter Judnich's two run homer in the eighth put them back in the running, Lou Finney singled in the winning run in the ninth. The Tigers had gone ahead, 6 to 3, breaking a 3-all tie with five successive hits in the seventh. o Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press Ken Keltner, Indians — Hit a pair of homers a double to drive in four runs in Cleveland's 7-1 victory over the White Sox. Phil Cavarretla, Cubs—Homered with one on in ninth inning to highlight a five run uprising which gave the Cubs an 11-7 win over Cincinnati's Reds. Bob Jpyce, Giants — Spaced seven hits effectively as Giants Atlanta and New Orleans Undefeated By The Associated Press With opening games disposed .of in all eight cities, the scramble for an early season lead 1 in the Southern Association remained strictly a two-way battle today between the undefeated Atlanta Crackers and New Orleans Pelicans. The Pelicans had a slight edge with their fifth straight victory over Mobile lasl, night, 10 lo G, but the Crackers also kept a clean slalc in four games by drubbing Birmingham, 12-6. None of the olher clubs had more than two viclories. Tho Pelicans made 10 hits and scored in every inning except the first and ninth against the hapless bears at Mobile. Tom Aslbury led with four hits. The Crackers broke loose for six runs in the eighth inning lo lake Ihe opener at Birmingham before 6,125 fans. Jack Hollis had two for three and Babe Ellis three for five to lead Allanla's 11-hit allack. The second largest, opening crowd of the year —'11,013—turned out at Chattanooga to cheer the Lookouts to a 3-1 decision over Nashville in an afternoon game. The big crowd saw errorless ball afield. Each team made eight hils. Rip Radcliff had Ihrec hits, including a double, lo pace Ihe winners. At Liltle-Rnck, the .Travelers squeezed bv Memphis in a night game. 5 lo 4. II was Ihe second slraight viclory for Juli'o Acosla. but the Cuban hurler needed a good relief job by Luke Hamilton in Ihe sevenlh. . Making their home debut Before nearly 7.000. fans, Ihe Travelers pushed over four runs in Ihe Sirst inning and another in the .fifth. Lindsey Deal's two-run double sparked the firsl-inning -alack. Merv Connors. Memphis firsl sacker, kepi the Chicks in the game by hitting two doubles and driving in three runs. .: After meeting Memnhis again tonight,' Little Rock shoves off for New Orleans. Today's schedule; New Orleans at Mobile Atlanta at Birmingham Memphis at Lillle Rock Nashville at Chalanoga. defoaled the Phillies 5-2. • Hank Berhrman, Dodgers—Made p successful major league debut by Hmiling Ihe Braves to nine hits as Brooklyn won 4-2. • .; Bobo Newsom — Silenced Yankee bats with three hits as Ath- lelics trounced New Yorkers 7-1. in his bare hands. A LIGHT OAR, PLEASE San Francisco, April 18 — — Six underwater mines are resting 130 feet below the surface in San Francisco Bay, the navy announced today. Unless the mines should happen lo foul Ihe propellers of deep draft vessels, there's no danger however, the navy added, because they're duds. SNAPPY RACE Chicago, April 18 — (ff 1 )— Winning Loyola University's Hirlle derby yeslerday was a snap for Arkansas Express, the biggesl and oldesl competitor in a field of 14. The 25 year old terrapin, brilliantly decked in Ihe red and gold colors of Ihe Wasmann Biological Society, showed his claw-tipped heels in a straightaway sprint across the finish line from a starting ring inside a 10-foot circle in Loyola stadium. Runnerup honors went to Oscar, a lively 3 year old, one-fifth the size of Arkansas Express. Doug f*|TY Carl Bacon V*l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 FIRST LINE BATTERIES Bob Elmore Auto Supply • Phone 174 215 S. Main Page Seven,' Political Announcements The Star is authorized td fc announce the- following as * candidates subject to the action of the Democratic ., primary elections this Sum- ,, mer: Congress, 7th District PAUL GEKEN BRUCE BENNETT 8th Judicial Circuit ' () ', For Prosecuting Attorney "i, CHARLES W. HACKETT'' .' JAMES H. PILKINTON Hompstead County., For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD' McCORKLE SYVELL A. -BURKE •'' For County Judge FRED A. LUCK Tax .Assessor : C. COOK : For Representative Post1 • .GLEN: . ARTHUR ,C. ANDERSpN ,\ a i For : hepresentalive Post 2 TALBOT FEIIiD; JR.'J Social Situations THE SITUATION: A woman shows you some new photograph's she had had taken. ' WRONG WAY: . Say: "They're good—bul I don't like your hair" or : "The moulh looks too set." .. RIGHT WAY: Be enthusiastic, realizing that she wants approval, rather lhan destructive criticism. (It is never a good idea to firtd flaws in something-, another, pei?; son has already selected, and r-«^ for.) ' :•• .^ '.',:•' .'; '•- . JONES MAYTAG ' SALES & SERVICE * : For Prompt Expert Service on" All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd' BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing •Heating • Phone 259 Hope, .Ark. ; Harry Segriar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs 1023 South Main Phone 382-J ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main'SI;, , Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD TRY Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better, prices—Old beds' made new and new beds made too— We Call for and Deliver Anywhere One day service In town— Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Hazel For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'5 Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark BUTANESERVICE • -?*»:;,, ' '; *i . Wanda Butane Gat Phone 370 Hope, Ark. MATTRESSES /Remade Like New Guarantee to Use Same CottoM • — All Work Guaranteed — , f Pick Up and Deliver Anywhere' Bright Bros, Mattress Go. • Hope, Rt. 2 Phone' 34-J-2 " COMPLEte.LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241. ; Hope, Ark. Expert- Repair Work On \\\ makes of cart Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court; 1 Featuring , • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue tFlsh • Sandwiches «Soft Drink* NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits & Highway 67 West • Real Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farm land or City Property, call or see Calvin E. Cassidy Phone 489 Hcpe, Affc, Bonk Building 1 , * f! 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