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HOPE StAft, HQP6, ARKANSAS ffe^lS^^^^^ •y !,"-,' ,f +*' i* ****,"' .T" * * '.,"•' ' -"S 1 -* Wednesday, August 25, 13S4 LASSIFIED tnlMI-le Ir. Offic% 8*y tfcfwe PuMcatldH 's^o i:E§ j.;,-«.iw 3.50 10.50 ) 2.40 4:00 2.00 \,33 ' 2i*0 4,50 13.50 t!so a.oo fi.oo is.oo sir-teo DISPLAY ?se j*r Inert i!M»*,'««.....ftti«u 60e per Mich „£...!...!..1,11...... Sot p*r, m£h "" "" ' sve Jira tdr con- Ifre&utar Of skip- tdka the orte-day rote. . a«eeptea'UrtJil s .p. m. far ^ (lsf.ii* tefem tha «oht to dif ell advertisements of- 4,fer, publication and to reject odvertislng sub' 6f4ei» or mor« lerteri, " - -' " such os house or count as one word. . -i-. will not be fetpon- ttort lh Want Ads unless _,,<,Colled -to 6ur ottentlfin «FIRSff'1nserHon 6f'ed and then SHCY4h« ONfi'lftcwrect Insertion. S; PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Hop* 1899; Prest 1927 ilad . January IS, 1929 dvery Weekday afternoon by AR rUBLISHING CO. ' E. Palmer, President x." H. Waihburn/ Secy-Tret. s%'et The Star Building, ata-14 South, Walnut Street Arkansas |H.' Woshburn, Editor & Publisher -«. Jonw,. M«n6fllng*. Editor il4aV second clou matter at rtfpjfieo'af Hope. Arkontoi, 4 -et ( of, March 3, 1897. ^of the;Audit Bureau of , ic'rlptlon Raids' (payable In ad- iv?V"f>.. Vance); -'carrier In Hope and neighboring S&sS&JkT; Jftowns— ,.:{,.».„ ,...., 13.00 iin' in '-Hempstead, Nevada, '/ Howard, 'and Miller coun- ,. .85 1.60 2.60 4.50 > 1.10 -„.::. 3.25 ....< !.... 6.50 ...:.,. 13.00 r»9< Representatives: iDplllesf Inc.; 1602-Sterick Itiferfe'^Tenn.; 505 'Texas' ? -"*pal|o.s v 2 ) Texas; 360 N. &' Chicago I,.III.; 60 E. ji York T7, N. Y,; 1763 fldg.'ADetrolt 2, Mich.; ').„ Oklahoma, .City 2, ...... , „ i''entitled "ex- to' the, use for republlcatlon 9 Jvcai nc^s printed In this •*'-s;Wel| ag all AP news r JR SCHOOL BUS l&.i'A 1 . IDON'S BODY SHOP For Sate 144 ACRE farm, t room modern house. Ample Watei* supply. Stocked or tmstockcd. Total price $11,000. $3,OfM) down, balance In jjay- ments of $800 per year at 5% interest. Oren L. Harris, Hope, ttt. 1. • 23-3t NOW vacant, remodeled five rOOtri housti with bath, adjacent to Up'towf! district For particulars, call Poster Realty Co. Pr-7-4691. 23-3t CAUTION Don't overlook the Pre-Labor Day , TIRE SALE Get a new tire & tube for less than the regular cost of a new tire at Oklahoma Tire & Supply MAGIC Chef table-top gas range, divided top. Excellent condition. $35. Garage Apartment, Experiment Station. • 24-3t GENTRY Hardware Co., slock and fixtures. See W. C. Gentry, 119 So. Walnut St., Hope, Ark. 25-lt 367 ACRES good pasture land. Good fence and plenty of water. W. C. Gentry, 119 S, Walnut St., Hope, Ark. 25-lt Wanted To Rent HOUSE, contact Jess Pendegraft from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Telephone 7-371 i. 17-tf Notice 4 PEOPLE. $5'.00; all refrigerated air, innersprings, foam pillows. C. "E. Boley "all new court." Trailer, $1.00. References, Citizens And National Bank. A-14-'m Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring work- Cobb Mattress Co. 318 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf BELT and Button Shop moved to 118 E. Avenue C. For your sewing needs call-7-445«. Mrs. Othel Lively. 24,-3t BRING me your sewing. Prices reasonable. Mrs. Fred Camp, 1002 West Ave. B, Phone 7-2119. 24-3t Per Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment. Private bathj rent reasonable. 1311 West Avenue B. Phone 7-3696. 20-Gt FURNISHED home apply Middlebrooks Grocery. Phone 7-3791. 23-3t FURNISHED 2 room apartment, private entrance, electric refrigerator, and washing machine, Utilities paid. Phone 7-3103. 23-3t 3 UNFURNISHED rooms. Private bath. $30.00, utilities paid. 222 N. La. SJ.- Phone 7-5583. 23-31 LARGE 7 room unfurnished house. Conveniently'located near school and churches. Two blocks from town. Call 7-2450. 24-lf 3 ROOM unfurnished apartment. Mrs. R. L. Taylor, 815 W. Gth. 24-3t UNFURNISHED house near high school. Modern. Available Now. C. E. Weaver, Ph. 7-3143. 24-3t Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE 2ND & HAZEL AMBULANCE PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL- ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. Salesman Wanted PINE Bluff Mcrct. Company wants salesman and collector for established route.- Car necessary. Good Commission. If interested see T. G. Anderson at The Oaks, Cabin No 6 between Monday and Thursday after 7 p. m. 25-3t Regulations for Migratory Waterfowl WASHINGTON I?) —The Interior Department today spelled out its regulations to cover hunting of migratory waterfowl during the, 1 ' 11118 Yanks Gain a Full Game on Indians By Ben Phelgar Associated Press Sports Write? Despite the magie of travel and, fans in the stands thu Bnltimors cer had run his last race because Orioles are in just as sod shape'of a recurring sore foot and would SPORTS ROUNDUP fALiOt. NEW YORK 1/H Millions of persons who never saw a race course first hand in their lives experienced a feeling of per.ional loss at the news from Saratoga that the great grey horse Native Dan- whcn it corhes to wining £cinies as were the old St. Louis Browns The glamor of the change paid off at the box office but on the ball field almost nothing is differ ent except the uniforms and a few of the faces. It will take a 50-50 break in .their remaining 30 games for the Ori oles to finish with as goo;l '. a roc ord as the Browns compiled in fin* ishing dead last ycnir ago. And so far the Orioles haven't looked at any time h'ke a .50 ball club. They lost their 13th straight game last night 9-2 to the New ' York Yankees, who gained a full game- on first-place Cleveland. The In dinas .were scalped 4-1 in a surprise raid by the Jowly Philadel phia Athletics and now hold a 4|' 2 game edge over the Yankees. Jimmy Dykes, who became manager of the Orioles because Marty Marion told the new owners he didn't think the club was better than a senth place outfit at best still talksenthusiastically. "We may be in last place." he said, "but we're nobody's push- ovor. If we had just one decent Jong ball hitter, we'd be in the first division now. Just one more h;t per game and we're in fifth The Orioles have lost 22 games, by one run. "It seems like twice that many,' 1 said Dykes. be retired to the stud fio*t spring, those sortie millions who were privif^ed to watch the first tele- 'vlslbii'-jhe'rq-of (-/the. fe.quine' world compile his siring of 21 victories in 22 starts also will feel they hdve a personal slake when the first,. o£ the Dancor,'s - sons , and daughters try to emulate their famous sire in the spring, of 1958. Pony League Downs Texas Runnerup Perry Purtle scored from second base oh James Gilbert's single to rightjast night as the Pony League All j Stars downed the runner-up team to the Texas State Championship 1 9 ; to 8. The, Hope boys were 5 runs behind going into the bottom of the fifth but scored 4 in the fifth. 1 in NeveV "before has an animal so the^ sixth and 1 in the seventh and captured the imagination of ihe public at large. last to go ahead. The winning run came when Per_ . ., ,. . i. I ry Purtle walked, advanced to see- But the comparative few who * nn . TImmv Martin-. 5 no,-if!r-P were privileged to watch the immortal Man O'War rack up his 20 of 21 more than 30 years ago will never agree that the darling of TV could have ou'.tootcd their horse under a load o£ weight. No one will.ever know for certain how the two would have come out in a match race. But there are at least some interesting figures to play around with now. Man O'War in his day set throe American time records. The, Dancer didn't set even one, yet this doesn't necessarily prove anything. The fact is a comparison of the best times set by the two horses at the nine distances llvjy both ran shows JJative Dancer would have beaten Big Re<l (i to 3. Man O'War would have scored the most decisive victory of the series, by a matter of 3.4 seconds at a mile and 'a quarter. Last ni«ht. however, it wasn't: Thc Man O'War die hards will close after the Yankees took a 3-1 lead in the fourth. Yogi Berra homered ('or two runs in the fifth and New'York coantcd 3.3 the score mounted .steadily. Johnny Gray, a rookie who had won only one game checked Cleveland on four hits and the Indians committed two errors that can tributed heavily to the Philadel phia victory. Both mtspla.vs came in the third whan the Athletics also collected f our ; . hits for three 1945-55 season. The rules includo shooting days and hours selected oy the various state . game administrators for Chicago, the only other., team with a mathematical chance of winning tha Amerienfn League pen' I nant, defeated Washington 4-0. De- ducks, geese, coot, brunt, wood-1 troit turned back Boston 8-7 cock and jacksnipe. The 'depart . aklng a six^game winning One-half the" homes In the U.S. are 30 or more years old. Trd-Tone' CAR RADIO ^'B"Tube Radio "' , $44/95 >> Western Auto 'Associate Store ^ airs, Genuine Singer igand rental machines ~ J ^-i I , week ing'SveJi'n Moore " ^ij^flWh Main TOP'S OMt snd Installed. •• Complete Re» pa'r?. New and Hspe/ Ark. At "New Fall Line'* Just Arrived See The Newest In Mens Wear As Low as $54.60 Tom Ward laws Main Street Tailor Shop [ment has already said the overall season 'would run from Oct. 1 to Jan. 10. States .' in the Central Flyways were given the choice of a continuous 'season, of GO clays or two ipqripds,voi£,27.~.....days each;, lyiissis- |sij5pi flywayrstates were offered'''a j 55-day straight season or two seasons of 25 days ouch. In most flyways the shooting streak for the Re'd- Sox. The National pennant days this season ars double 'those permitted in 1U48, the first year under the present system. That j race remained unchanged, First• place New York beat Chicago 5-1 and stayed four game's in front of'the Brooklyn Dodgers, who trounced Cincinnati 12-4 and .V'/a ahead 01! Milwaukee.^ Braves'," .-who defeated Philadelphia 5-1. Pitts burg^i edged St. Lous 8-7. Ruben Gomez pitched a strong six-hitter for his 12th victory and Willie Mays went on an extra-base spree with, two triples and a dou- say today's tracks are faster, and many many of them undoubtedly are, especially several on the West Coast. But it happen- that each horse set most of his fastest times on the same tracks, at Saratoga and Belmont, which still have the same footing and contours they had in Man O'War's day. Where Man O'War proved himself a wondrous weight carrier in winning one big nandicap under 138 pounds, the Dancer packed 137 as he ran away from a poor field n his final race last week at Saratoga. It would oe fatuous to suggest the Grey Ghost couldn't have packed another pound on that occasion. And the Dancer proved he could win in any sort of going, including muddy, where we have always understood that Man O'War was kept off any track thai was labeled worse than "slow." ond on Jimmy Martin's sacrifice bunt and scored on Gilbert's single. Tommy Polk was the winning pitcher. • This game climaxed a very successful first year for Hope's Pony league team. year the Mississippi flyway had 30 b!e for H 16 , ° ia " t "' /r J he . ' . <ai'C n*-»vr\nQrl TJ^nl l\/TiMMtt days each and 1 the Central 35. All -Central flyway states chose he 60-day straight season. Shooing hours will be the same as last ear — one-half hour before sun- •ise to sunset, except on opening CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 Large Enough to Serve Youl Small Enough to Know Youl lay, when shooting will .sU'.rt -.oon. American Mergansers taken are to n',., T.-, iii,, hiV'nnV ^i be included.in bag limits on other Cni1 Iuilll ° hlt ° no each ' Philco Air-Conditioners One of Arkansas' Most Complete TV Repair Shops ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. Phone 7-2629 114 S. Elm H, E. Luck Highway 67 West lUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. Edge of City Limits West 60 Gallon Water Barrels for Sale Phone 7-4381 Hope, ArR. Mississippi Flyway Ducks .except wood ducks, daily bag limit .4, possession limit I, There is a closed season on • ducks. Daily bag and possession limits may include 1 hooded Merganser only. Geese, daily bag and possession imit, 5. The limit may not include more than A 2 Canada geese or ts subspecies, or 3 2 white-fronted geese, or C'I 1 Canada goose oils subspecies and 1 white fronted joose, Coot, .daily bag and possession limits, 10. CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef put and wrapped for deep freeze. Beef for Peep Freeze 25 tp 35 cents. Ralph Montgomery MM, Phone 7-3361 MATTRESSES Rebuilt or Made Into Innertprlng Work Guaranteed mm-- On* Da,y 8erv)o« «•*• DAVIS Fwrnlturt & Mettrtn Co. 110 |, Blm 9tre«t Phon* 7-821? CROWN WESTERN SHARES f>f*t*t«t»f tvalltlilf ffMi M, 5, IATES, AMI*! ARMY SURPLUS Comic Bppks t New Cloihirig « Gun» f ,ops f Gqs C9n? f S f Iwuk Sf$ r t p.,,^-.-., rflf^ «»^ ( -T at In' each flyway red-breasted and ers combed Paul for 11 hits good for 20 bases in winning their seventh in a row. ' Brooklyn grabbed »a: 4-1 lead after two inings, checked a !Cincin nati threat that cut: it to 5-4 after five, then piled it on the Redjegs nt Crosley Field with a home-run barrage. Sandy Amoros hit two out of the park, Duke Snider and lucks. The detailed .regulations by fly-! ivays includes: Warren Spahn, who lost 8 of his first 18 gomes, won his seventh a row at the expense of the Phillies. Bobby Thomson started a game for the first, time this sea son and drove home' two runs with roberts, who , stiff.ered his 12th jjo oiqnop; 13; pu3 atSuis e Byers Watermelon Stand S-CURVE 3rd & Shaver loss. Thomson brok^ his ankle dur | ing spring training after being traded by the New York Giants. A home-run attack by the Pi rates ruinad Harvuy Haddix' fifth bid for his IGth , victory. Frank Thomas, Jack Slfopard and Sid Gordon all hit into' the seats at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Jack Havshman shut out Wash ing ton for the White Sox for the third time this season, giving up just four hits. He also hit a home run and struck out 10. Boston's drive for, the first divi sion was halted, Ht lust tempor arily, by the Tigers when Harvey Kuen singled home Frank Boiling with the winning run off Ellis Kinder in the eighth. Watch Repair Guaranteed Pre- School Special. Bring ypur watch in Keith's Jewelry Fpp Complete Parts and ' ' Service for New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phone or Write Fallin Tractor Co. Magnolia, Ark. php, 882, 689 A 114Q-R Bee -T- Mite BetHe and Termite Control Service Owned end Operated by Guy Hope, Arkgn»g» Phone 7^3445 109 S. Main Cwitomeri are Injured Terry Dairy to Cut Milk Prices LITTLE ROCK Tevry Dairy of Little Rock will cut the price of its milk one cent a quart totiay. L. B. Parker, president of the Arkansas Slate Milk Distributors Association, suid other dairies Arkansas Is Champion Trapshooter VANDALIA, Ohio (.PI—Thc little fellow has his day today in the 55th Grand American Trapshoot After two days of heavy' firing in which high scorers grabbed thn championships, the class titles'will be decided today. The program calls for 200 targets at 16 yards in which each shooter will Tire sgainst only those having the same average on registered targets for the year. Titles in five divisions will be decided. A 43-year-old fur dealer and cotton buyer from Stuggart, Ark.. | yesterday took the title as Amor ica's champion trapshootcr from 36 yards. He is Julius Petty, who broke 200 straight in the (.Vent to tie defending champion Fred D. Wai dock of Sanduskj', Ohio, and Phil Miller of Reno. Kcv. NEW YORK Ezzard Charles never has been a man who felt at ease in the company of boxing writers. While trying to interview the big Negro fighter one always has had the fooling that he was holding himsclC rigidly in check, saying as little as he could without actually 'offending those who were p rob in g his thoughts. This has been understandable to some extent for Ezzard has been given some rough goings-over on the sports pages from time to time for his failure to fight up to expectations. Thosa have hurt him, for he is a more intelligent and sensitive fighter than some, and his reaction has been to cla'm up except in the presence of certain intimates. It is from one of these that wo have received a report on what the challenger is thinkinij (is he trains for his ' second shot at Rocky Marciano Sept. 15 in Yanke Stadium. This is what EY said to liis friend: 'I feel great better than the last time. You've either got it or you haven't. I had it the In.st time but I didn't use enough of it. I didn't take advantage of the breaks when. I hurt him I ler him get away. It will be difCerent this time. "I've made up my mind it won't go 15 rounds. I've never made predictions or boasted about what I could do in the ring, as you know. I was confident I could beat him the last time and now I'm more confident I can knack him out. "Always before there was too much time. Time hcnls, but it can kill too, When Joe Walcolt took my title away in Pittsburgh in 1951 I wanted to get right back at him but Joe made me wait almost a year. Have you ever waited for something, not knownini.; whether it's c»er coming' off? With Joe, there was no telling. Anyway, I waited and worried too much, and by the tima I • fought 1 him again I was ; like nn.amateur. J had no zing;',: no pep NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Brooklyn Milwaukee Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh W L 77 44 74 6!) 47 49 51 62 05 W 75 73 Pet. GB .636 .002 4 .575 7!2 .4fl3 lB>,a .470 13V* .475 191 .390 30 .366 33 Yesterday's Results New York 5, Chicago 1 Pittsburgh 8, St. Lou!? 7 Brooklyn 12, Cincinnati 4 Milwaukee 5, Philadelphia 1 Today's Games Brooklyn at Cincinnati (night) New York at Chicago Philadelphia at Milwaukee (night) Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night) Junior Gets Call to Start Workouts Coach Byron Thompson has issued a call for all Junior football prospects to report to the dressing rooms at 1 p. rn. Friday. Equipment will be issued and practice session set up. Meanwhile the senior Bobcats are working out twice daily and will continue to clo'so until school starts.. About 50.boys are fighting for positions in preparation for the first game here with Stamps on September 10. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit Boston Washington Philadelphia Baltimore W I, 88 3.7 34 40 81 4-. na 63 53 63 51 70 41 81 39 83 Pet. GB ,715 .C77 4'A .043 mi .447 33 .433 34 .421 31 .336 40". .315 49'-.;, Yesterday's' Results Philadelphia 4, Cleveland 1 New York 9, Baltimore 2 Chicago 4, Washington 0 Detroit 8, Boston 7 Today's Games Baltimore at New York Cleveland at Philadelphia Chicago st .Washington Detroit a t Boston SOUTHERN. ASSOCIATON New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Memphis Chattanooga Little Rock Nashville Mobile W I, S3- .'54 34 r>n 74 61 70 68 66 71 5fl 80 f>7 M<) 57 82 Pet. GB .612 .600 IV. .548 8 . r )07 14 "A .482 18 .424 26 .416 27 .410 23 Petty, 1937 the two in chammop, defeated a 25-target shootoff Petty broke the entiro string while Waldock and Miller missed one to tie for second place. They will shootoff today for second and third place. probably \vould cut their prices, "Finally I got my fight with too, although most of them felt the|Marciano. It was one of my best, and even if they gava hiro the .decision I have no oxeiisep, ; JJ:,i "'stijl tjiink I won'i.t. But if I {ia,^ f,puj§(lxt him' in February or March' iij^0^cl of June I would h«ve knocked hirn out. •'When \ve signed right back for Steptember, I was the happiest I've been for a long time. A shqrt rest and back to work. There is no time now for anything except the fight. Time won't kill me and, it won't divert me. My mjixd is made up and there's j>p time to chahge it. "}'m working for onjy cue kind of fight.' I'll either knock him put or get flattened trying. I know now I qan match my puncjh with his. Ivfy left hook is 93 good as his. I will set him up with a left hook and he's an easy target tor a price of milk . should go up—not down. Fred Terry, president of .Terry Dairy, announced the cut. Parker hinted that Terry' may have cut its prices bacause of a price .war, "We will try to stay with them until they stop fightmu," Parke>- taid. He declined to elaborate on his use of the words 'they" and "fighting." Terry, however, said "We can cut prices and we fel that we ought to Pass that on to the public as well as we can." Parker said the ASMDA still is woikmg on n state milk cctntipl bill to be presented to tho Ai'kau- sas General Assambly next year. Last Apr,l Terry led price cuts which reduced milk prices four cents a quart before the battle ended. Ther,e are about 7.5?9 newspapers. In the t Travs Sweep Another Pair of. Games' By The Associated' Press Nelson King's invincibility as a starting pitcher ended last night via a 400-foot home run by At lanta's Bob Montag. The New Orleans righthander, a 15-game winner in starting poles had lost only three times all in relief to the Little Rock Travelers — until Montag's .36th round tripper in the eighth ining ended the spell and gave Atlanta a G-3 victory in the first game of a four game "pennant showdown" series. Stout-hearted Irishman Dick Don ovan pitched a .four-hitter which moved the second-lace Crackers to within a game and a half of the Southern Association leaders. He retired the last 17 Pels in order and permitted only one scrstch hit after they jumped him for three solid blows and all their runs in the second inning. Birmingham edged Mobile 4-2 Memphis took a stronger grip on fourth place wit han 8-6 verdict Over Nashville white .fifthplact: Chattanooga lost 9-4 and 10-1 to Little Rock. Nashville's Bob Lennon ran his record-breaking home run total to 54 at Memphis, but the Chicks' Hal Keller stole the slugging show with two homers good for five runs. Tom Hamilton, Giant Birming ham first baseman, belted three-run homer in the eighth in ning and broke up a mound due! between the Barons' Art Cecca relli and Dick NcCoy of Mobile. The blow was Hamilton's 17th. Jack Crawford of Little Rock poled a pair of home runs and drove in five runs in the Travs' sweep over stumbling Chattanooga Crawford's round-trippers helped Lefthander Dick Hoeksema post nib fourth victory in the ihort opener He drove in two moro runs in the nightcap. John Weiss halted Chattanooga on three hits in the second game and lost his shutout in the ninth inning when Roj jHavves reached him for a home run. El Dorado Greanville Meridian \Tonfop 1 "' ••"'••."• Pine Bluff : " Hot Springs right. "You <3«ly you'fe tw cautious. Urns few i I have no TWs is py AP&U'Show Cause' Hearing Delayed LITTLE ROCK Arkansas Power & Light Co's "show cause' conference with ihe state Public Service Commission has been post poned one day. The PSC directed AP&L to show pause why it should not refunc money it has collected under its new increased rate schedule. The conference, scheduled for to day. was moved to tomorrow be cause AP&L President R- E. RU chie and company ittoiney Willis Holmes aro In New York on an A.P&L bond sale. Tweaty stages have one <jir Yesterday's Results Little Rock 9-10, Chattanooga 4-1 Birmingham 4, Mobile 2 Atlanta G, New Orleans 3 Memphis 8, Nashville 6 Today's Games Chattanooga at Little Rock Mobile at Birmingham Nashville at Memphis • Atlanta at New Orleans COTTON STATES LEAGUE, .W L 78. 38 78 39 .62 i 54 "'85 T'Gft 16. 70 34 83 Pet. GB .072 . .RG7 ', '-534 1C '•J^il' 27' .397 32 .291 44 >/> Yesterday's Rer.ults Meridian 5, Hot Springs 0 Greenville, 3 Monroe 1 El Dorado 14, Pine Bluff D Today's Games Pine Bluff at Hot Springs El Dorado at Mon'-oe Greenville at Meridian By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American Association Columbus 7. Kansas City G Louisville 11, St. Paul 10-10 in nings. ] Minneapolis 5, Toledo 2 Indianapolis 12, Charleston 1 Western League Des Moines 1-2, Colorado Spring? C-0 1st game 14 innings Omaha . 82, Pueblo 2'i Lincoln 'S3, Wichita 11 Sioux City 4, Denvar- 3 Long Hitters Favorite Golf Subject DETROIT I/?) To|-,-H\j!ht golfers, list like the fans, like to talk about j he long hitters ahrl there's one jlayer hera for the 54lh U. S. Ama- eur Golf Championship who nl- •eady has been tho subject of in uimcrable locker room debates. His Dave Smith a bulking North Carolina automobile dealer, ivho remained in the tournament 'or today's third round by grace of luck, long drives and n mis crable round by two-time former champion Willie Turnesa. ( Smith ousted Turnesa. the last " of five former champion:; in tho tournament, by a •! and 3 margin lo go into today's double round of 18-holc matches along with such more celebrated golfers as Karvie Ward, Frank Stranahnn, Billy Joe Patton, Don Cherry, Jim Jackson. Bill Campbell, Dale Morey and Bob Sweeny. ! This list included the runnerpup in last year's tournament. Morey, and three players who have cap- ^ tured the British Amateur Championship but never the United States title —Ward, Stranaban and Sweny. But when long, wild hitting was up for discussion, there was only one who could give Smith an nrgu ment, Savannah's Hobart Manley. Most players who have gone up against both' say. that big Dave from Gastonia, N. C., has it all over Hobart in that department. Smith is G feet 4 J /.j and weighs ' £35 pounds. When he stepped up to the to on the 365-yard first hole in his opening match and belted a drive that stopped only feven yards short of the green, pro Al Watrous cracked: "If he plays like that he's going to have to move out of North Carolina. There, won't-be room enough in-the state for'.him to practice." . .. r .. shots all the Country Club/of Detroit course and won only because Turnesa, a much shorter -hitlc:-, sprayed them just as badly. Fights Last Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRE.SS Miami Beach, Fla.Willie Pastrano, 161, New Oi-leans, out- pointed Jimmy Martine/., ISGi/i, Phoenix, Ariz.s 10 Detroit Ken Hammer, 192. Do troit, outpointed Neil Welch, l!)G'/ 2 , Toledo, 8 London —Sammy McCarthy, 1271/4, England, stopped Enrico Mi- calc, 127, Italy, 5 STILL 'SPINNING' JONESBORO, Ark. (/?) — Noel Rogers, a salesman for Metzler Motor Company here, let a man take a 1936 Reo out for a trial spin last Friday. . The man hasn't oorno back yet. powerful pick- (3W offal- /<M- til A ' TRUCK B TRUCK C TRUCK D 130 H.P. 126 H.P. 1?5 H.P.. 112 H.P. Wednesday, August 25, HOPE Sf AR, W«tt, BLON5IE tf CllWt YMfff ' ( 3 WEED )(AND 1 NEED! \ > A MEW <>A NEVJ CAKE PADDY I UBIKEANDK MIXEF? NEED NEW If SHOES {/".AHO NEW SCHOOL r -^ V —7/>—-^(LIVING-ROOM CLOTHES JAi ./^ S DRAPES ^^ i t i. ( DAGWOOD--WE > SfiOKE TC3 VOU-( WHY DON't YOU V_, ANSWER? ''!' f f I REFUSE TO ANSWER ON THE GROUNDS . , TWATltMlGMT \ V BANKRUPT ME OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Family Folks Answer to Previous Puzfcla; >::* ACROSS I 1 Daddy's sister 5 Where the I family lives ; 9 Daddy's : favorite tray i 12 Family dog's i persecutor : 13 Home of Irish ! families . 14 Definite article 115 Dissector i 17 Pronoun 118 Property J assessment , 19 Strait between i ''Italy and ! Albania 1 21. Actual 23 Affirmative 24 Health resort • 27 Region : 29 Spanish jar \ 32 What boys call i big sister . '34 Weal thy ; 36 Evades : 37 Disordered i 38 What Mexican. • ! mamma ; ;spends 1 39 Dash 41 Mother's title 42 Work unit 44 Soon .46 Photographic • machines 49 Scandinavian 53 Malt beverage 54 Accomplishing 56 Number 57 Bound j... 5 8..On water 5d Prepared the • .-iatnily table 60 Icelandic saga 4.61 Plant,.;/._... CARNIVAL DOVVM 1 Distant 2 Arm bone 3 How mother keeps the home 4 Mongol 6 Bottom of sister's dress • i i i "§ H O = L. <\ 1 Z B A R "RE M A 1 P e A P .£ ••.. p • & ' R • S 5 R *. 1 S 5 ••. F p . A, L R E K E F • \_ B =. W = A t E A N V E " A 0 R P E 51 El Al &\ S\ 6,Song bird 7 Light fog 24 Pace 43 Rasp 8 Family home's 25 Rod 45 New stars hall 26 Entertainment 46 Family pets 9 Disregard of 28 Trans- Jordan. 47 Toward the musical key capital > sheltered side 10 Close 30 Ogle 48 Sour 11 Demigod 31 Augments 50 Ascend 16 Chemical salt 33 Worship 51 To cut 20 Eternities 35 Paris' wife 52 Minced oath 22'Gotup .. '• 40\Vhipped 55 Sister's name Iv IZ. 15 18 . ZN n % 38 Hb b'i 56 59 Z /• 15 47 3 fc V. 1 M 5 b n W, 15 W. b'l fcO *. M u. •f) W/ W *> m. il w 11, W a M iJV W, bb i ^ * uv U n w 1i W : bl 11 SO 10 30 bl - 1 : 11 1 b/L a / \VEUL, I'D NEARLY ' AS 5OC5M HAKJC2) IT RAINEP AFTEf? THE SUWPAY PAPER BLEW OFF THE POR.CH AM 1 I'M TRVIW TO bEV OUT TH' PAPER AMD MAKE A POT OF COFFEE.' OUT THE WALPORF WA&H AS TO DEV OUT A PAPEfi HE ROSS AR6 MADE - NOT BORM ; ^,1'^V^.rt'^v.^': J OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopla By Dick Turner T. M. Ri'c, »• 6. Pat OH.'., Copr<-'IS54 by NEA S<rv!u, Inc PUNiD LlK£ ^DSAS ALLArJl E6AD,TWlSeS. / LAST NI6MT FAlMT -—-'•IS OF FAR-OFF M06IC - WAFTeD TO M5TMPOL5C5H tH& CUETAlM OF CLUMBER/' ; |M "THE DEA-D OF NilCHT CHILLED M&FAINiTLV -t'MB HSARD OTHER. YJ5IRD ?OOMb5 IM • V THAT OfD KELIC OF y A HOOSe TOO/ - M, £UE& IT WASM'tySOMB OF THAT 6MOC " MOOMTAINJOEV/. '-•tii-h—:—• r.., .. ^^_. . T. M. H»< U. t FUNNY BUSINESS By Herthfcergei "How about it—wanta play a game^of scrabble?" SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith I±= _ i. Mo*. HJ* of %-, 3 /4-, and l.'lon frucfci in the vp/ume field PROOF 9f $i better deal fpr the man at the wheel! B. R. HAMM MOTOR CO, 209 E. Second Street Hope, Ark<m$gi I "There »re 50 rn^ny rnpre ihirts to ^lo prem$t§d 'rpm $ht shop to ths sfff" ^.>., l<lin „ „ t»M^. rgis? wai wprth '%^ J' l- -B^y"' ..Jfrfr,!..,.,-..^^ - .* . *.-,i * . f^t- »The patient who goes around sticking moustacjiosjm, '• • " • .• SWEETIE PIE things is here By Nadine Seller nq« George wa» \ den'i think thi ; i "Oh,' so you're Paddy's bopl P9 yoy really btft * u 02AHR tut VIC FLINT gy Mlthotl WANT TOSEBM , > &LJT 1 \ WIUU £« MB HAVE TOPE \SCrr tWO TICKBTS . IN COURT 1(0 IAMAW...ON6 FOR *Vfe 4O MINUTED AVI55- SJ-L^is^i^'i WASH TUBES -'-j' »f-^ •" ?("• By Leslld Turn * . f "•«. Jfcl-,C. «-»»« ML OP GRM>lPFMiHER'$ Cfc$H \£ STILL TIEP UR JXV...TILL THB IMHER- (WITH EVERYTHING/ . NA.N... .THE LEAST VOU CMODO IS TO ...€•0 I C*N'T 6ET A Y 1 WM't MTBNfdTn P6KIMV TIU. THE TAXB5 IM DETWL6,KID1 VOU MC6 PAIftWCKl HAWE TO SIUB IAE TME tO SETTLE THAT GMASLIM6 DEBT! ME, BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES '' **$$$ BUGS BUNNY . „,,„,, 4( . ... ..V, -.*. ^,y, j ; <%$ ^^ ^ps s ^j.^^^^^^^^^2 THIS SPOT 'HAS DERNITE HOW COME VEf? SET UP MERE ? JAWANTASES , S/VHV DON'T VA SET A COBNEP? WHERE THEI?E'S MOPS TEAIrPIC? PRESUME \ PUHLENTV VOU """ "*'' DESIRE HEV.WMEBE VASOIN' WITH MV POPCQgNLT tlt®^ ^ft^i ALLEY OOP FINALLY MAPE CONTACT ALLEY? HENRY TH« STORY OF MARTHA N-UMffAWfUp A f' :- 1 • .. f »'^,M&&M£ti

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