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HOPE S T A ft, PE, ARKANSAS Monday, July 29, Bv Chick Young phoned Marcia Melcroft and told her who I was. She drove right out to meet me. 'i?ork Melcroft had snooped, all right, and he was doing something about it, DOES HE HAVE TO KNOW ABOUT IT 7 DRIVE CAREFULLY, TWILIGHT. THIS LITTLE ITEM IN MY LAP IS DESTINED FOR FlINT'S CAR. I THINK IT WILL DISCOURAGE HIM. HE GIVES UP TOO EASY--! WAS WHAT MUST I I VO3'RE MR.FIINT, I TAKE IT. WE'LL TALK. SAV TO CONVINCE WHEN YOU HUNG UP ArTER OUR CONVERSATION,! HELD THE PHONE A MOMENT. THE LINE WAS STILL OPEN. 50AIEONE SNOOPING !'.: • ~* * MY CARS WERE OUT EXCEPT THE JEEP, TWILIGHT, BUT THIS WILL SERVE. TAKE IT THE REASON YOU WERE ON YOUR WAY CACK TO SEE ME WAS THAT YOU HAD SEEN MWKIA. ( JUST A9OUT READY V_, TO BUY ONE YOU I DON'T WANT ANV ? YOUR FATHER WONT LIKE THIS, MISS MELCROFT. HE TOLD ME YOU WERE OUT OF TOWN AMD SHOWED ME THE DOOR. IF YOUR FACTS RESAEPING X fR.W«AC>DLE GEE ARE CORRECT, NNR.WftPPtf \ THIS IS THE HE IS A PARPkNOIftC!.. AND 1 NEW PATIENT Will GO TO ANY EXTREME TO CONVINCE V5 HE'S 3.P.(.\«KEE? IW'KGE! S.V.fAcKEe! V FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT I SEE! FIRST, SUPPOSE YOU TEU US ABOUT fOUR ACTIVITIES OH, VERY \NELU! FOR BUSINESS RENSONS I CHOSE TO REMAIN IMCOSNITO UNTIL I HW> PURCHCiSED ^ f////sJ®3£S&2. A.I \ * 1 NOT OUT OF THIS INSTITUTION IN TEN NMNUTES, TO SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES OP f\«KEE INDUSTRIES!! / NOW,IF YOU'LL - ' CERTAIN PIECE OF LftND Side Glances I-ER- P6UHAPS LEFT THE IMPRESSION THAT I WftS IX RhNCHER FROIABURNTFOR.K.- By Galbraith MO1IEST MAIDENS ^U>\ /-' TKIPPEPOPASAIM/...7WS TIME BE- WHAT NEXT? LAPY BEACM COMBER.' BUT VOU'KE LUiXV 1 CAUSE THE GUY'S MANPSOME BUT < .... WHAT'S THE PRAG CM THIS TUB?? SUIT YOUR. THROAT; MC. HONEST.'/ FAKA\ GAL, CHORINE/ TAXI PANCER, SAILORS SWEETIE, WHALING SKIPPER, V-'UR co/isr G^A^P ROUHPUP me SEAL PIRATES, is ZESOJEP BY 7»£l% CAPTAIN •me. SLU.TKY i V "BLACK CYN:'.. — PHOOIE , LUCK HA.SN T ANYTHING T'DO WITH WHERE *. BXLU GOES'. A\V, I JUST HAD TOUGH LUCK. ! BATTED IT RIGHT INTO YOUR START PITCHIN'! 1»M BY NEA SERVICE. IMC. T. M. REU. U. S. PAT.'OFF. "That isn't her real boy friend —that's jiist. his understudy!" freckles and His Friends By Blosser We must go to Icllewild, George! Alice is hoping to meet that boy she fell in love with last vacation—the one she couldn't write to because she forgot his name!" fisnnv Business By Hershberger JcEPEKS,! NEVE-R. *\ WE'VS GIVENJ ) MOT SAW so MUCH TRAFFIC /AWAY OVER / TO ON MAPLE STREET ' y 200 SAMPLE /MEMTON DOUGHNUTS ALREADY/ VEP.YTHIMS- [9 ALL SET FOR. THE GRAND OPENING- OF MRS, KANE'S POUGHNUr SrlOP- COMES. ] BUCK,YOU'RE FRECK WITH ' /HANDLING- COFFEE MRS, KANE / J AND HILDAS > , r—-^ DISHING Our ( DOUGHNUTS/' I / v OUGHTA BE DOING- \, SOMETHING// ME- AND LISTEN FOR. FRBCK'S MV BIG- SIGNAL! WHEN HE MOUTH/ J WHISTLES, PULL THE 1 - SWITCH / VYONCSRrLJL'.' \ HONEST!>/, MR. STON WSLU, BUST'S, WHAT DO V "1 finally fixed il so Junior won't play loud ' annoy the neighbors!" Thimble Theater SHE'S GOT /MELANKOJKUS ON ACCOUNT OP SHE /WAV NEVER FLY A6'IM OSCAR HAS BEEN WIT' HER 5O MINNITS—SHE ORTA BE LAFFIM' NOW LET MB TO CHEER HER * UP, FOPEVE \N-FVI-T: i THFU'S too PsM PiOW 10 ROT OM "£ .- -r WELL. WHADDA YA KUOW?/ A /, ^ V GIRL. SIN6M6 --BUT KIHOA ''\| ' GOSH, A LAk'f:/ i P05E WE'LL HAFT/1 , CO AROUND IT .HERE, NELLIE. LL TAKE A LOOK AMD GET OUT OF MY WAV.' 1 DOWT WAMT AMY BUiLETS FALLINJG OM ME/ AT LAST V/E'RE IW KINGDOM OF UWCERTAII-JW > Y&P HIM AWA.V AMD <?A EF 1 -STAND <|i\ SANE THE RSV4 -— JJ FROZ.E, WHICH I SvA "TrteV'Re FOR f^/ 5COEE FEOIW AM SOLID AS THE J „- V SOPPER / f—i X I -5ECOMD POLE, X//: V . f--->/ ^A ON A j( PARDON MEBBE WE TAKE ME FO S A ' -*\I*'e 0 .T? i. -v ^/ GORWY'5 CA5TLE/ '\W^'V > T0 > #,MUJ, J 1 ( ^, ,n / ( GET UP-' } / DOt^'l LET HER ' so '(ou'vi HAD ENOUGH-JUST WAIT IILL i GET m 'ri.A\%U.n f-'AT.) L'.'CK SlG iKl C,RCU5- e'-t-L^'-L EAD LUCK, riin- ^ SOMEBODY = ---- ^ Monday, July 29, I94d HOPE StAft, HOPE, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED A,, u, Ad ? MuSt Be In °" lco All Want Ads Cash In Advance Bcfore Publication . riot Taken Over the »>hon(, Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sole CHICKS. IF WE DON'T have them wr; will order then for you. Feeders Supply Co 17-1m CORN, CORN CHOPS. WHEAT lien scratch, plenty growing am laying mash. Feeders Supply Co t ___ 17-lm JOHN DEERE TRACTOR. MODEL IF. William E. Rcardon, c/o O __1 ycl ' • Rl> ;il If °l )c - 2H-G MY FURNITURE— EVEP.YTlilNC 'porch furniture niul nil. 303 Soull Walnut St. Phono HMD 2li !) ($VIHTE ROCK FKYKRS~JUr.,I/\ • Kcuirk at old C.C.C. camp, Hope Rt. 1. 27-3 17 MONTH OLD JERSEY BULL ; J mile north of Columbus road and '/i mile east off Washingtor i_R_t. 1 road. Roy Surlcs. 27-31 i400 ACRES OF IIARmVOOD~Tilw i bcr on Bois D 1 Arc Creek ncai Spring Hill. R. w. Wylie, Einmn ; Ark. 27-G •DODE PANEL TRUCK. 1042 MO (( .j del. For sale or trade on house • and lot or passenger eiir. 'Set owner at -IOG South Ferguson St '.-' 27-31 CHIFFEROUE, GOOD CONDI- "tion, two mirrors, lots of drawer V,. space. Phone 279-W. 28-31 GOOD USED WHITE ENAMEL , wood range with warming closet and extra large reservoir, .,- $50. Mrs.How.arcl Collier, Shover Springs.— 2!)-3t For Rent THREE ROOMS FURNISHED lor light housekeeping, Neai ' Schooley's store. Phone 38-F-ll Mrs. J. E. Schooley. . 17-tf APARTMENT FOR RENT. PHONE •i.:122-W. Mrs. George Sandifur. MODERN FIVE ROOM F'JRNISH- ed house, within th" city limiH Phone 7L3-W or apply in pel son " 4 ut SH North Elm St. -'G-Si Jr TO COUPLE, THREE ROOM FUR- nishod cottage. See Mrs. J. B. JMlen at Boswcll's store or phone a-F-2 after 6 p.m. 2 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. Inner spring mattress, built in cabinets, large screened porch, private bath and garage No children nor pets. 712 East Division. 29-31 : THREE ROOM AND BATTfT- partmcnt. Modern in everyway *) 1002 East Third St. Phone Sd8-J . Mrs. David Davis. 20-31 Help Wanted PIANO SALESMAN, APPLY IN person at Crabbe Bros. Piano Co. 10!! South Elm. 24-Ot Arkansas Approved BUTANE GAS SYSTEMS and APPLIANCES We can guarantee immediate delivery high class Butane Range with each system installed by us. W. S. Chance Company Texarkana, Texas 1729 New Boston Road Phone 231 Real Estate for Sale !Ki ACRl-: FARM, 2'.i MILES PROM City limits, one dwelling, one tenant house, two largo barns all fenced and cross fenced electricity. A bargain. Sec Floyd Porterfield. nn ACRES, ONE DWELLING, ONE tenant house, 25 acres Creek bottom, balance good up land, one mile from City limits. A real bargain. Floyd Porlerfield. NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE FURN- ished, 414 N. Hcrvey. Can give possession. See Floyd Porlerfield 24-Gt NEW FOUR-ROOM HOUSE large lot. Bargain, cash ON terms. Apply 1011 \V. 7th. 2G-Ot WE ARE STILL IN THE REAL K.stute business. Selling when the prices are within reason. Layin'g off when they are not. Our knowledge of true values is proven by our satisfied customers over a long period of lime. C. B. Tyler liscensed real estale broker. 119 Cotton Row. 27-31 Wanted fro Buy GOOD MODEL A FORD. SEE Clifford Russell or call 790. 23-Gt GIRLS' 24 INCH BICYCLE. MUST be reasonable. Phone 741-W 24-Gt TRUNK IN GOOD Phone 1041). CONDITION. Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. New York, July 28.—When we have all enjoyed to the last tingle our hypocritical pleasure over the pictures of the extravagant wedding parties of the Garsson crew at which, in lime of war, generals and colonels were snapped in attitudes of relaxation, it might be good for our souls to think back and then furtively drop the first stone instead of throwing it. These people were not alone. It would be incorrect to say that this kind of social life began soon after the coming of the first new deal. It bad merely lagged a little during the stretch between the Republican boom and the beginning of the memorable war on want in the first year of Mr. Roosevelt. Then it resumed, starting 'Jn Washington, with a new lineup. Restaurants in New York, previously knbwn as headquarters of Cafe Society, became political resorts frequented by prominent ideologists of the new administration, including ah occasional cabinet member, government attorneys, administrators and crack - clown mountebanks, enjoying a few months or years of" and power. prominence Notice STARK NURSERY AGENCY NOW located at 400 South Kim St. Phone 487. Place your orders now lor fall shipment. Stock is limited. I-run trees, grapes and shrubcry. H. D. Coffman. 23-(it f Renovating FOR THE BEST IN GUARAN- teed work call Cobb's Matttress Co. at 712 W. 4th. We call for and deliver. Phone 229-J. 21-lm Lost LADIES BLUE AND RED BILL- folcl containing two $20 bills. Lost in town Saturday morning. Reward for return to Hope Star or to Mrs. J. T. Vines, Emmet, Rt 1. Legion Baseball Tournament Opens on Thursday Little Rock, July 29 — (/I 1 )— The State American Legion junior baseball tournament Thursday pious. Attempting Doughboys with Little as defending open Rock cham- to dethrone the be Fort Smith, ci ^« .,..i uw -L-UIL OH11LI1, Janesboro and Little Rock win- lers of district championships, and mother yet-to-be determined dis- rict winner. An elimination scheduled at Hot Springs Saturday and yesterday vas rained out, but it was hoped o hold it today. They were lathered with attention from the owners and headwaiters and with publicity from saloon reporters and it was observed early jn the great reform that while they were fighting heroically for a minimum wage of 40 cents an hour or $1C a week for the common man, many of these soilless zealots were feeling only .vicarious pains in the struggle to emancipate the oiler from his Slavery to well-fed clubmen. After the war industries began to expand, there were hundreds even thousands of parties like those that Murray Garsson gave to celebrate the wedding of his daughter and some of us will remember the cynical jest about the contractor's agent who 'insisted on picking up the bill for an expen- siye party at any hotel that you might name -with the remark that this was on the tax-payers. This extravagance backed up to Chicago, Hollywood, San Francisco and New Orleans. In Washington it was hard to find a table in the Shoreham or the Statler and many of the suites were monopolized by corporations not only for staff members stationed there for legitimate liaison with procurement and allocations but for hand- shakers assigned to pour liquor and buy food. Lawyers, finders and fixers abounded and thrived, including many of those nimble opportunists who had caught on with the administration, learned their way through the mazes and now were able, or said theywere, to guid bidders and applicantsby short-cuts to the centers of decision and favor. If some of the officers garishly depicted in idiotic postures at the Garsson wedding party in New lork come up to town on fake orders and pocketed their petty subsistence, letting Farsson pay the bills, let the punishment fit the crime but it was petty venality at worst. How many civilian bureaucrats for years m before the great debauch of war-time had lound "official business" in New York which took them to the Stork ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply Doug /^ITV c °rl Bacon V*l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 Newhouser and Feller May Win 30 Games By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Trlter . Unless Cleveland's Bobby Feller or Detroit's Hal Newhouser hits nn unexpected decline, there appears a good chance today that the American League will furnish two 30-gamo winners this season Not since 1912 when the immortal Waller Johnson and Smoky Joe Wood reached the .'iO-victory mark did two great pitchers come along with such peerless parallel 'performances. Following on the heels of Newhouser, who became the majors' first nitcher to win 20 games -Saturday, Feller racked up his 19lh triumph yesterday by shutting out the Washington Senators 2-0 in the opener of a double header. The Indians also won the nightcap 7-4 to advance within three games of the fourth place Nats. Newhouser, needing only five more victories to join Cy Young, Lefty Grove and Johnson as the only American League pitchers to win 25 or more three years in succession, was idle yesterday as ihe Tigers divided a double header with the Philadelphia Athletics before a capacity crowd of 51,110 which climb „.„. „„home attendance. ' Hardy-luck Dizzy Trout went down to nis third .straight shutout cleleat as Jesse Flores scattered seven Bengal bingles in pitching Ihe A's to a 2-0 win in the opendj-. i't-aiiK (Stubby) Overmire spaced seven hits to defeat the MacKmrn in the nightcap 6-2. The pace-setting Boston fled Sox maintained their 11-game lead over the New York Yankees by gaining an even split with the Si Louis Browns. After Denny Galehouse had stopped them 3-2 in the lirst game, the Sox stripped six bt. Louis chuckers ior la juts and an 11-4 triumph in Uie afterpiece. The Yankees also had to come from behind io breaK even. Held to six hits iii the opener by Jonnny Rigney who blanked them 2-0 - t he This Curious World By William Ferguson Page Seven enabled the Bengals over the million-mark New Vorkers hopped on Ralph and "21" on government trans- "•• tjv , v.* tnm_iit li tllia- portation '.'These army men are doomed to lasting humiliation if nothing worse while Henry Mor- genthau goes uncensured, even unnoticed, though he procured ior himself, through the navy, by order of his friend and neighbor the president, a coast guard plane and crew and precious fuel, to lly him to his home for week-ends and back to Washington. "The armed set may disappointing in their lack be of •. . in the management :ield," wr geneal Robert" Wood Johnson, who toiled in the 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 piano call or write One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO, "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. Painting Your Car Is Our Business Let us give your car one of our super paint jobs. Finest quality paint, any color. Metal work extra. Visit us for' estimate on body or metal work. Work done by experts. / Ray Turner William Kennedy HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 3T4 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 meshes of bureaucracy lo spread contracts among the smaller war plants, "but you can be sure, dead sure, of honesty, loyalty and endurance." That tradition of hones'..v and the reputation i'or scrupulous and cautious honesty, avoid- ng even the appearance of evil is one reason why these unhappy men areo conspicuous in the revelations. They are being tried by that severe standard whereas politicians and other civilians will be forgiven because they cannot be indicted. I come back to the miserable historical fact tha tan administration which entered Washington with the confidence and hope of the people, professing the highest motives and preaching sacrifice and scorn of greed, soon succumbed to the most ordinary temptations. This did have an influence on others and soon after the shock of Pearl Harbor had been relieved by young marines and bluejackets and boyish flyers, dying in unheard of places, the mad, selfish career resumed. In New York hotels, men who formerly had occupied $0 and $8 rooms and lived closely on iheir expense allowances, now took suites and charged it to "the government" which paid these expenses as a legitimate cost to war production. The extravagance extended in proporuUon, down the line to the junkos and taverns in factory towns, to the jewelry stores where war workers bought trash on instalments at high prices from merchants whose advertisements piously exhorted them to buy bonds to defend democracy. The trains were jammed with standees even on long hauls, including many passengers with no mission but to go somewhere now that they had the money. Meanwhile, American young men, the sons and brothers ot the revelers were dying on the beaches and in the snow of France, as earlier American soldiers had died in Virginia near Washington while profiteers and run-aways from the front, prostitutes, gamblers and some of the aristocrats of politics enjoyed wild and luxurious life and fought for money and power behind the shield ot the wavering lines. Wilh that and other past experiences, we should have known what callousness and ingratitude may be expected of human beings and resolved that this time war Y Y -.n_iu itw^j^^i^ un ivtii yil Hamner and two successors ior 11 hits and an easy 7-1 win. The second place St. Louis Cardinals narrowed Brooklyn's National League leading margin to a game and a halt ay blanicing the •.boston Braves 2-0 while vhe Uodg- ,ers were being humbled by Puts- burgh's Pirates 7-3. Tne third place Chicago Cubs advanced to within six and a half games, of first place by sweeping both ends of a twin bill from the Philadelphia Phillies 11-3 and 3-1. A seven-run first frame helped Hank Borowy, returning to the mound after being knocked off vhe hill Saturday, to nis iifth success Despite a pair of home runs by the Giants' Johnny Mize, whicn raised his league leading votal to 22, tne Cincinnati Reds downed ihe New Yorkers twice, 8-3 and , r )-4. o Semipiro Baseball Tourney Underway afr Fort Smith Fort Smith, July 29 — (fi>) — Five second round games are scheduled for today and tonight in the Arkansas bemipro Baseoall tourney and three others will be played 'Tuesday. Today's schedule: North Little .Rock vs .Van Buren, 10 a. in. Ozark vs. Conway, 1:30 p m Camden vs. Mansfield, 3:45 p m Midland vs. l<orl Smith Holsum Bakers, G:30 p. m, Clai'Ksville vs. Morrilton, 8:45 p. m. The tourney's first round was completed yesterday when Pocahontas defeated Greenwood, 7 to 0, behind the four-hit pitching of righthander Johnnie Stilwell and Edwaids veterans won by forfeit from Hoxie, which did not appear tor its scheduled game. Other i'irst round games were played Saturday. IS CLDER THAN ITS A. B. AMLNER., IF YOU HAVE A STIFF 6GARD, YOUR SHIRT C WEAR OUT A\ORE CARNSVAL By Dick Turner COPR. 1946 HY NEA SERVICE, INQ. T. M.'REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. "Next week we trade!" •If Huh S. fiflirtw, Jr. Baseball Scores By the Associated Press Yesterday's Results National League Cincinnati 8-5 -New York 3-4 Chicago 11-3; Philadelphia ;i-l. St. Louis 2; Boston o. Pittsburgh 7; Brooklyn 3. American League Cleveland l>-7' Washington 0-4 Chicago 2-1; New York u-7. St. Louis 3-4; Boston 2-11. Philadelphia 2-2; Detroit 00. Southern Association Atlanta 23-3; Memphis 4-1 Birmingham 2-1; Little Rock 1-0. New Orleans 4-1; Chattanooga Mobile o-4; Nashville 5-1. Frozen Food Plants Show Expansion in Arkansas Fayetleville, July 29 —(/P)— The frozen food locker industry in Arkansas, devoted to the processing and free/ing of foods and their storage in refrigerated lockers at zero temperatures, has expanded from two plants in 1938 to 64 plains by April 1, KMO. Additional plants are being constructed. These facts were set out in a study of the industry published by the University of Arkansas Bureau of Reasearch. The study was made by W. S. Fan-is of ihe bureau in cooperation with staff members of Arkansas Polytechnic College, Russellville Virtually all the 35 plants from which detailed information was obtained reported all their lockers were rented. ESCAPIST Uniontown, Pa., July 2fl — (/P)— County Detective Lawrence Haggerty has never seen so many movies in his life. Haggerty is assigned io serve a warrant on an alimony dodger who boasted lie was going to hide in a Unionlown movie house until officers lire in their search would not bo a debauch at home. But we do not learn and far from presuming to "honor" the -lead, the nation, from the government down, may better bow in remorse and shame. By SID FEDER (Pinch-hitting for Hugh Fullerton, Jr.) New York, July 29 (/P).—Mid-west scouts report that while it's true what they say about Michigan and Notre Dame...Illinois has that grid talent piled higher than the mortgages on a sports writer's house too...Smart-money guys tell you the real reason ior the drop of some six or seven percent in betting at New York trucks isn't that the interest in racing is dying out...but because bettors are giving more and mor cbusiness io the bookies to duck the 16 percent bite by the state, stracks, city and county...The boys have been haying a lot of fun needling Ted Williams about his .080 batting average against the Yankees this year ...but aren't they kind of overlooking the fact the Red So xfireman has belted the Bomber Flingcrs for a fancy .390 since he came up to the American League in '39. Week-end Hash Local bookmaker tells us he'd have laid 200 to 1 against Assault and Lord B. finishing last and next to last in the classic...Incidentally. Mrs. Gaal's New Orleans stable won just $22,610 for all of 1945... and along comes the Dudn and picked up for 4,000 as a plater, bringing home that much hay in the ca'ssic. an'd Triplidate, bought SEE FRED SUTTON for Concrete Work of All Kinds Phone 113-J Hope, Ark BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing » Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. off the bargain counter for $0,000, grabbing ? r 79,900 for movie dancer Fre dAstaire in the Hollywood gold cup the same afternoon... That's what makes horse-vacing —also puts plasma in the bank account...Phil Rixzuto is almost ready to take over the Yankee hprlstopping again after his bean- ing...but there's old Frankie Crosetli out there going along at a mere .340 since he'sbeenfilling in. Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press Bobby Feller, Indians — Won his 19th game by blanking the Sena'.ors 2-0 to help the Tribe sweep 111 twin bill. Jesse Flores, Athletics—Shut out the Tigers 2-0 to enable the A's to split a double header with Detroit. Johnny Rigney, White Sox—Held the Yankees rimless with six hits as the White Sox won the opener 2-0 to earn even split with New York. Wally Judnich, Browns — Singled in what proved to be the deciding run as the Browns shaded the Red Sox 3-2 in even break with Bosto'i. Nick Strincovich, Pirates —Held the Dodgers to six hits and drove in two runs with a triple as Pittsburgh won 7-3. Bill Nicholson, Cubs — Batted in six runs with a home run, double and single as the Bruins swept a Wet Grounds May Postpone Softball Games 'IVo games are on tonight's softball schedule at Fair park but probably will be called due to wet grounds. Although an effort will-be made to get the field in shape Joe Dildy indicated he didn't believe it would dry out. Water was standing on the field Monday morning. Hefner-Nash is slated to meet Moore Market while Cobb-Tooley is paired with Stewart's Jewelry. o • Southern Leaders Win Doubleheader By the Associated Press The Atlanta Crackers, leaders of -he Southern Association, swept a doubleheader from the third-place Memphis Chicks yesterday 23-4 and b-1, as Babe Ellis knocked in line runs in the first tilt to tic the league record. r In the opeennrer, the Atlantans jwatted 24 liits ior a learn record of the season. The 19-run margin was also the largest the league 'eaders have had this year. Timely hitting gave ihe Mobile Bears a double victory, o to 5 and 4 to 1, over the fourth-place Nashville Vols. The Birmingham Barons completed a rive-game series sweep :trom the Little Rock Travelers, currently in the league cellar. The Barons took the first game, 2' to 1, 'behind Vernon Stone and the second, 1-0, behind Bill Blue. Second spot Chattanooga and New Orleans, split a double/leader the Pelicans winning the opener 4 to 2, and losing ; ihe team-timer, 3 to 1. Atlanta's Earl McGowan won his I5lh victory on eight hits in the lirst game, while his teammates batted Herman Drel's out in the second inning and continued to lambast Jim Voiselle, his successor, :Cor 24 hits. Ellis knocked in three runs with a 'double in the tilth, and three each in iho aixth and eighth when he hit homers. Forest Thompson won the second game, besting Wimpy Willis in a pitching duel. Mobile bunched six of its 11 first- game hits off Leo Twardy in the tilth to overcone a Jive-run deficit. Three unearned runs, ihe result of Jim Shilling's error, gave them the second engagement. At Birmingnam. the Barons picked up single tallies in the seventh and ninth to take the opener from Little Rock's Charles bchupp, and came back with a see-' pnd inning rally to beat Al Jarvey in -che seven-inning afterpiece. Jesse.Danna.went ihe route for New Orleans to win the first game at Chattanooga. Bob Callan got credit for the second for the Lookouts. . • •' Tonight's games: Little Rock at Atlanta Memphis .at Birmingham ' Mobile at Chattanooga New Orleans at Nashville. NOTICE Tilt-Roy 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 League Leaders ...By The Associated ress National League Batting — Hopp, Boston, .381: Walker, Brooklyn, .367. ' ..Puns — Musial. St. Louis, 74; Mize, New York, 67. Runs batted in — Slaughter, St. Louis, 78; Walker, Brooklyn 75 .Hits — Musial, St. Louis, 134; Walker. Brooklyn. 123. Doubles — Musial, St. Louis 28- Hoop. Boston. 22 ' ' Triples — Musial, St. Louis, 10; Walker, Brooklyn, 7. 00H ° me 1-u »s — Mize, New York, 22; Knier, Pittsburgh, 16. Stolen bases •— Reiser, Brook- yn,_ 25; Haas, Cincinnati, 14.' Pitching — Pollett, St. Louis 1°-.750; Higbe, Brooklyn, 9-3-.750 " American League Batting — Vernon, Washington 156; Williams, Boston, .355. Runs — Williams, Boston, 99- 'esky, Boston, 83. Runs batted in — Williams, Boson, 93; York, Boston, 87. Hits — Pesky, Boston, 129; Willams, Boston, and Vernon, Wash- Doubles — Vernon, Washington, 4; Spence, Washington, 30 Triples—Lewis, Washington, 34; .pence, Washington, 0. Triples-Lcwis Washington, and towards, Cleveland, 10. Home runs -Williams, Boston, ^7, Greenberg, Detroit, 23 Stolen bases - Case, Cleveland, M. Sln-nweiss, New York 13 on^'s™ 1( V~" .Newhouser, Detroit, -u-.j-.870; Fernss, Boston, 16-4-800 twin bill from the Phillies 11-3 and' U"l. Al wbrazle. Cards —Blanked the r ° 1 "' hits in Cards 2 '° Grady Halten, Heds — His two run homer helped beat the Giants •)-4 in the nightcap after the Red* had copped the opener 8-3. RIDING HORSES Buggy Rides — Hay Rides Enjoy this Healthful Soort HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily except Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PERRY MOSES 2^ miles out on Spring Hill road NOW OPEN Enjoy Swimming at the Pines Swimming Pool Harry Segnar, Sr, PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. Political ; Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following ai candidates subject to the action of the Democrat'lc primary elections this Sum. mer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney " CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINtON J. JW. (BILL) PATTOJ* JR.' PAT ROEINSON ". Circuit Judge LYLE BROWN DEXTER BUSH State Senator, 9th Dist. EMORY A. THOMPSON DR. F. C. CROW JAMES P. HULSEY Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN ,J.,W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON : '..F.or,,County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County^Treasurer 'MRS. ISABELLE' ONSTEAD . McCORKLE SYVELL A. .-BURKE '"' ' For County Judge ' FRED A. LUCK "- ' - - FRANK. RIDER •-• - Tax Assessor C.'COOK GARRETT; WILLIS PINK W. TAYLOR • For •Representative Post 1 • ' GLEN WALKER ARTHUR C. ANDERSON For Representative "" Post 2 . -,.. TALBOT FEILD, JR. Nevada County For Sheriff and Collector OTIS LANGSTON REMOVED FREE "Within 40 Miles ; '.: ; ' " DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLED Texarkana Rendering I Plant Phona 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R COMPLETE LINE OF' OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing <Sb. Phone 241 Ho'pe;.Ark.J COMPLETE RAbiQ^SERVICt Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174,.... 216^8. Main 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 «n town — Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. For SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark. Time to Pack Away Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver Put them in Moth Proof Bags • Plenty of Parking Space Cleaners HALL'S Hatters HUGH B. HAUL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76

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