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*w rit'l'tt. CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Ottiee Day Before Publication rof M hree Six One®-— - . - - Month | 16 to P.O. 21 to 25 .. 26 to 30 31 to 3!) : 30. to 40 . 41 to 45 .. 40 to 50 . Rales •60 • 75 1.20 1.35 1.50 are .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50. 9.00 10.50 12.00 13,50 15,00 for" Co-.Ut'n'uotis . Insertions O.'ily ™, V l Ad ? Cash in Advnrice Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale BABY CHICKS, IP WE DON'T have them we will order them for you. Feeders Supply Co, THREE OR. POUR ROOM UNFUR- nished apartment or. furnished or unfurnished, house. Permanent residence. References, Write G. W. Moton,. Stamps, Ark. 12-61 CORN, CORN CHOPS, WHEAT, hen scratch, plenty growing and laying mash. Feeders Supply Co. 17-lm 4 OR 5 ROOM HOUSE. PHONE 1107,-W or see J. W. Hall at Hall Auto Supply Co.. or phone 490. 15-31 POISON FOR WEEVIL or worms'. $10 per hundred weight 50 pound bags. Monts 9-Ot TEXAS MINNOWS AT SOUTHERN Ice Co. F. W. Chance. 10-Gt LUMBER CONVEYORS; LEVEL ing instrument, welding ins'lru- <nieiH, I new bench Saw without motor, skill saw-blades,' mechanics tools and boxes, tarpaulins, jack screws, trench jacks, ladders, respirators; a few car- pen lor- and- finishers tools,'chipping hammers, all si/.es » star drills, block and lines, all types. Son-it: used brick, sledge hammer, door hinges, 1 desk, 2 painters extension, boards, large a:icl small-aii-hose, oil cans, small arid large air hoso, oil .cans, small and large rod cutlers and benders, 1 small concrete mixer; C. D. Laulerbach, 510 South Walnut.' ' 12-Gl •1 BY 12 NEW SHOP PLANER with motor. Coy Easterling, Rosston, Ark.'Phone 22G3. 13-Ct ONE LpT USED MOLDING, '< ;ind 4 inches wide.'C; E. Weaver Phone 5G8-.T. 13-31 SOFA BED AND MATCHING lounge chair, real good condition 904 West 4th St. Phone 750-J. 13-G HOUSE Soulh STUCCO STORE WITH LIVINC quarters' in the back, 322 Soul! . Laurel. RenovoKhg 'OR' THE fiESt 114 QUARAM- teed, work cftil, Cbbb'*; Mntttress Co. at 712 W. 4th. We call for «nd deliver. Phone 229»J. 21-lrn Wonfod to font Rear Estate for Sale Fair Enough •y Wcttbrook Pc*Ur Copyright, 1*4« •y King Feature! Syndicate. FOR. Q.UtCfC SALE, MY FARM, grocery and filing station, 5 miles out-on highway 19 from Preseotl. Thriving" business,, owner leaving state tor< health* Roy, Ward,. Eros- coll, Rl. 5.- 9-Ot THREE ROOM HOUSE WITH bath on South Washington near. Basket Company. Price, $2,250. W -interested see. Floyd '.Porter field. 14-31 CLOSE''.IN; ,SMAgi:.L : -REDECORA- .led| nic.ely furnished''apartment. .Bills' paidv Adult's only.' See. Tom Carrel. : 14-Ot Wanted to Buy LIVE. CRAWFISH,, 5Dc. GALLON: 131-1 West Ave. B. R. E. Brown. ' '- -•'•-•• '• 14-3t Baseball Scores By The. Associated Press National League Brooklyn 8-2; New York 4-1. St. Louis C; Chicag o4i Pittsburgh 3; Cincinnati 2. Boslon 3; Philadelphia 1. American League Boston 3; hiladelphia 1. Cleveland 0; Delroil 5 (12 inn ings). New York 4; Washington 1. (Only games scheduled.) Southern. Association Nashville 5>G; .Birmingham. 1-13. Uittle Rock 3-3; New Orleans 1-7, Chattanooga 4; Atlanta 2. Memphis 5;, Mobile 4 (12 innings) FOILED Chicago, Aug. 12 —(#)— Mis sLu- cille McGuire^,a., school teacher, threw-her $1,10 Odlamond engagement ring, .iijto-. the rear seat of the car when'she arid, her finance, Quinn, were held up: The bandil relieved Ihem of 115 and' Miss. McQuire ':.-was quielly congratulating • herself on her slralegem of saving the ring — but the bandit then ordered them ou of he." car and. drove off wilh^i. New York, Aug. 14 — Henry J. Kaiser has honored, me with n night letter, paid, from Oakland, Col-., running to about 1,600 words', entitled "Kaiser demands full disclosure." This Is a. flattery that I must not permit to turn my head even though the cost, reckoned on figures provided by my actuary at the Western Union, would have been' about • 1C.50.' It is more a political harangue in the manner of Senators Joe- CTuffey, of Pennsylvania, and Theodore Bilbo, of Mississippi, than a statement of position, crying out loud against scandal mongers, misleading statements half-truths and character assassination and it reminds me of Samuel Insull and Elliott- Roosevelt in-their first reactions to open charges, subsequently proved. Although the telegram rs signed "Henry J. Kaiser," it is slugged, at the beginning, "from Henry .J. Kaiser company, publications department Kaiser Bldg.,. Oakland, Cal.,' 'and I am thus enticed to speculate, whether /. the-company, paid the tolls tor a 1 job of personal propaganda,, at the rate of $10.50, multiplied by X;-fbr I assume' that Others re.c'civ'ed the Same : text, d'nd whether this cosl will be .deductible from .Ihe'.(jqmpany.-'s'! 1 - income as, legitimate business expense. Al 'any rate, it 'sots up a, resistance within me because I- think it-is up to me and the rest of (he public fo decide and'not for Henry to say whether the accusers- are just low scandal mongers and character assassins and their charges true, or false. ' Although' 'Henry's telegram says that "unfeeen hands have set up a systematic campaign with a flood of articles "to the press and, most amazingly, sent anonymously, thus hiding under a cloak of immunity," it has been my impression that the most emphatic comment on Kaiser's record, financial and productive, during the war, was made open- , ly by Senator Slyles Bridges, New Hampshire. of Thursday, August 15, 19,4 ft ore; A t it A MS AS k antoind to face Melcroft I ttere beneath 1he sycarriare.I had a I1 eaid luffip in the pit of my., stomach. HE'5 CCNt IT' YOSr! 1 KILLED HIM.'' was my salvation that Melcroft talked too-much. A i killer should ; ..., r his mind on his work. HAVE MDUR . OF A SLENDER IRRITABLE WIFE OR A FAT, JOLLY ONE A FEW PAYS TO )' ' THINK IT . OVER ? NO CLOSER, FUHT..VOO tHAt BY 8RE.4HINS INTO MY PlftCE At HISHt YOU AR6 PLACING YOURSEU OUTSIDE THE PROTECTION Of THE I AW. NO,TH*NK GOODNESS! B5EN IN THE BOOBY HMCH ON t HIIL SINCE NIGHT BEFORE iwi - SKIPPEO.OUTLhST NIGHT -.,, - Vcu I 3UST mM Of THE F>B<I " OMIG05H: y THEY swp By Galbraith Side Glances V20!>i:ST [MAIDENS Ttidtmirk Rdilttml U. S. Pittnt OIBs't HE'S NOT£/gWTW& IT... HE'S TEASIN THE MANTA'S GOING- TO SWMAF FIVE ROOM MODERN with Iwo porches. 320 Laurel. "I think inaybe^those^old. knights ^really Jiad ' something, here!" . MBE; me- t M. iracy. PHONE 904158, LONGVIEW. TE- xas or write Tracy Cornelius, Box 181. Greggton, Texas. 14-.U "Fine spot von'picked 5 for a vacation,• lather,_ •wvthout a younff man"on the place! Nothing but iisli, ami people - ^askins? if it's.Uot enough for you!-/ Freckles and His Friends By Blosser ONE LARGE ROLL TOP OAK Desk will) Pigion holes and many conveniences. R. O. Bridewell ' By Hershberger Fiinnv Business al Arkansas Bank & Trust' Bldg. '" . M|j BEFORE YOUR. LIFE GETS REALLY /'i;i COMPLICATED. VOU'D BETTER. , " i ~ ELIMINATE THE NEGATIVE / NOT A Wanted to Buy PAIR SMALL GROCERY SCALES H'LO! MY NAME IS FLO/ IT'S A HARD NAME FOR ME TO REMEMBER -TOO.' Radio Trouble Call 273 W tk */ \ MOW LOMC- DO I HAVe TO KEEP COMlMS- HERE BEFOR.E L HAVE- SENIORITY $&r3£#*''i*=T I \ * * * * * '-<'£ ""-'-'^'•* f ^'^?.*r^^ Whether your radio Is console or fits into your pocket — Our trained radio repairmen will do an expert job on it, Free Pick-up and Delivery Service can. n« «Y NIA iitvTci. INC. T. M. ma. u. "It's the only way I can keep my ; brother-in-la-\v from i'reeziny'pnlojuy easy chair -while he's here!" SMITH'S RADIO SERVICE 815 W. 6th Phone 273-W COPB." 11W BY.HtA SERVICE, IMS- .T-JiSEp._U. Sif.AT.JJFF. Thimble Theater YOU CANT GET IT ANVWAY, THERE'S A SHARK AFTER IT « NOW ON. C200. Vf\ GOIN6 TO HftVt TO OO ft C.OB Of Time to Pack Away Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver Put them in Moth Proof Bags • Plenty of Parking Space ^ «r mc 5 ^ -LiLSW- U. S. PAT. OH-. rl™^TTTOTlmrrf Our Boarding House With Major Hoople /QUICK/ •j TMI5 15 OUR CHANCE ) BUT •< TO MAKE MY MAGIC PILLS, EH? SERVES ML 7 RIGHT FER MOT KEEPIH' MY EYE ON YE/ JEST WAIT TILL I GIT MY MAGIC By J, R. Williams Out Our Way Cleaners EGAD, BOYS.' I'VE AM AC6 I* TW6 Yf LET'S M VE™/ IT SOUNDS HUGH B. HALL, Owner 208 N, Ferguson Phent 74 /HEMCS, OTHELLO/ | WHENCE "CURSES I OM THV HEAPSrT/ S On, Ot-YMPUS/ (OH-H-H, OUYMPUS/ WELL, ITS VOUR PUTY TO TELL HER., A<=> YOU DISCOVERED IT.' I'M TOO IGMORIWT TO KWOW, SO IT AIM'T MY CXJTV TO TELL OM HIM" < THAWK HE VIM'S,' , HOLE: TO OBTAIN 60lt^G-lAOrAe IONEV/-—THIS TRUWK t DGSPIT& YOUR. ROTESTb IS CRBNAKVEO JlTH lAUSEUfA CURIOS UCH AS A WHISTLE -CORD ROSA PULTONS 6TEA^A80AT, BLOTTER. AUCTION ALL OFP ItA SACKSMOOPS SHAKESPEARE— HE'S FOOLIMG HIS MOTHER/ THAT'S AWFUL-ITS CEOOKEP-- THE POOR, WOMAKJ.' TELEPHONE TbUR fMrtS.R IDLP rse 10 TAKE: SHOTGUrt to WORKOUT, : THOUGHT OUGHT HlfA LUCK W^miilSm/KS^ ft$w«M^ ''>i^ u '*'''<'''''•''' ^W'^'' !l *L«I#VA,U£., •: ,. - We Specialize in MOTR REWINDING MARTIN WARWICK'S Electric 114 E. Third St. Hope. Ark. HOPE STAR, HOPE, A ft K A W S A $ Page Nashville to Play Twin Bill Here Tonight Two softball games between Hope and a- couple of teams from Nashville are scheduled al Fair park tonight al 7:30 and 9 o'clock, ' Jn the first contest Rephans All- Stars will tangle with the Howard County Orange team. At 9 p.m. the Nashville Peaches play the local All-Star team. Both games should prove airtight with both sides .throwing in everything vhey have. - Regular play in the soflball league ended this week and loop of- fidials now are considering a plan to play off several rained-out contests,' As it stands Hefner-Nash copped the second half title while Cobb-Tooley. was way out in :'ront at the close of the first half. If it is decided to play off the games they, will be scheduled' so as nol lo interfere with state playoff. The Hope tourney is slated'lo' tangle with the winner of the T.it- tle Rock softbnll district next Tuesday night. SPOHTS BODNDUP New York, ' Aug. 1 5— Nat Rogers, Mike Jacobs' matchmaker, Is celebrating the seventh anniversary of his taking that past at Madison Square Garden . . .before Nat stepped in, only. Jimmy Johnston had lasted more than three years on the jop. . .Nebraska U. is staging a "house a comhusk- r>r" drive, trying to make sure that no ex-gi football prospect is allowed to escape because he can't find a place lo live in Lincoln. . . the Hialeah racetrack is drawing about 1,000 visitors a day, although there's nothing to see there in summer' except the flamingoes and vegetables growing on the- racing slrip. You Pays Your Money (News item: Cards and Dodgers charge double admissions for day- night doubleheaders) Nighl and-day no longer are one There's a game beneath the moon ami' under the sun. Whether npar the flag ftr far It's no matter, Loo, where you are; I pay and pay, night and day. Day and night, why is it so? Thai Branch and Sam colled wherever I go? In the roaring flatbush boom, Or in the silence of St. Louis gloom I pay and pay, night and day. Sports Before Your Eyes Mexico's Pasquel brothers are reported .us spending $1,000,000 ior delivered . make il easier for U. S. ball players to fly Ihe coo . a new airplane to \ya this fall. Thai should op. r Ol . . .jnrrin' Jim Bausch, former Olympic Decathlon champ, is suffering Irom arthritis he picked up in the Pacific and has been running his Tulsa, Olda., insurance business from his bed NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NEW MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE B GROCERY REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone/ 883-W (Phone Collect) It No Answer Phone 3158-R COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone .241 ' Hop*, Ark. If his motives were political ,as Mr. Kaiser seems to suspect, then it can be answered that Henry, himself, chose that field as the scene of controversy and, rnor-e:- dver, that up to now, he has IVad all the belter of il in a campaign of publicity which has built him into a sort" of national monument made of such stuff as virtue, altruism and truth possibly without legitimate priority on those precious materials. I havo observed for a long time that Henry's publicity consists in more or less equal parts of unconditional . praise of Mr. Kaiser, which I 'have discounted on the basis of personal acquaintance and. information, and dirty slurs against other industrialists, which I have discounted at the same rate on the same basis. He is a man who believes his own publicity and he has that rare instinct for corn and .self-appreciation that made F. D. Roosevelt the champion of the common man when he denounced well-fed clubmen even while he was a member of five of the most exclusive clubs in New York and was, himself, so well fed that a Hyde Park village butcher had to threaten suit to make him pay a household meat bill of several thousand dollars, years outstanding. I can think of no civilian of rer cent years, other than Roosevelt himself, who 'enjoyed more abundant and favorable personal publicity than Henry Kaiser and I would here mark a distinction between Kaiser's actual character and the character that was created for him iu the public mind by propaganda. To injure his personal character would be one thing but lo deflate or revise a provisional or mythical character would seem to be the duty -of .the same press that created it and it is not assassination to destroy a myth, Early in the ship-building program, I began to hear from men who had been building ships for many years that Henry Kaiser's .achievements were less substantial than his feats o£ publicity led most of us to believe and that he en- Bullpen Boys Keeping Bums Out in Front By JOE REICHLER Associated .Press Sports Writer There is no mystery about what j s keeping the Brooklyn Dodgers ul the head of the Natibhal League — it is their bullpen hurlers. | This becomes more apparent day by day. Of the club's JOO camcs Ihis season, Ihe relief i.corps has come to the starling pitchers' rescue 74 limes and has' emerged wilh 25 viclories against only 10 defeats besides "saving" 13 other games. Brooklyn starling pitchers, who have completed only 36 games, or less than one third of their starts, ^needed help only once .in yesterday's 8-4 and 2-1 victories ov.er the New York Giants. The two triumphs increased the league leaders' margin over the runner- up St. Louis Cardinals to one and a half games. The Cards won their game from the Cubs (1-4 in Chicago. Hank Behrman represents! Ihe bullpen brigade with a scoreless four and two-thirds mound stint to receive credit for his eighth victory in Ihe first game, his third in a relief, assignment.-Southpaw Joe H-atlen needed no assislance in winning Ihe night cqiitesl, Ihe second- half of an unprecedented afternoon-night double header, the first of its. kind in the i major leagues. With separate admission; prices charged for each'game, a'total of 57,224 cash customers turned out at Ebbels' field lo boosl the Brooklyn home allendance to a record 1,236,161. The former mark of, 1,214,910 was made in 1941, the last time the Dodgers won a pennant. The Boston Red Sox continued their pennant parade with ;i 3-1 victory over the Philadelphia alh- lelics, their 13th victory in 15 games with the America n League cellar-dwellers. Owen Given StiffS-Year Suspension Cincinnati,- Aug. 15:.— (/P)—Mickey Owen's jaunt south'of the ^border threatened today to end' his ten- year baseball'.career: ' •. • ' Baseball Commissiorier A. B'. Chandler last night refused to lift the. fiye-yeaiv suspension* imposed un the former' Brooklyn' catcher and all other American ball-players who jumped their contracts to lake fat jobs with the Mexican League. • Owen insisted, nevertheless, that he wixtld not go south/again, and since he will' be 35 and past his prime when the suspension ends, it looks like Mickey, is through. But Mickey refused to. give up hope. Conceding that he was "set" financially as a result of his Mexican adventure, he said he hoped he whole thing would blow over iooh, or that Brooklyn would nnd some Loophole to get him back. Meantime, he said he'd work on lis Springfield, Mo., iarm. Owen hopped to Mexico, despite a Brooklyn contract .after his release from the navy early this your. Chandler suspended him May 9 but Mickey, fed up wilh Mexican baseball, lasl week asked Ihe commissioner lo let. him ccvne back. . " ' ' "Earlier thte year," Ghaiidlet ruled afler ciling Mickey's appeal "player Owen and other player:- wlio .jump their contracts or other wise violated their'obligations to professional baseball clubs weix suspended by the commissioner '' a period of.five years. "No good reason has been showi to the commissioner why this pen ally should be lessened or modit'i ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply Harry Segno r, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 8. Main For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J joyed favors from the Roosevelt regime, which constituted a handicap comparable to a stroke a hole. When Federal was lied up by CIO strikes and the navy had to send in an admiral as the nominal manager under a seizure. Mr. L.H. Korndorff, president of the shipyard, continued to contribute his work and experience nevertheless, although the public heard little of him and that little, bad. But, solving his labor problem, Henry gave a blanket closed shop for his Pacific yards to the old boilermakers' union of the A. F. of L., worth millions to the peoples money in dues and fees to that union, when there were only a few thousand workers on hand and thus obliged subsequent hundreds of thousands of men and women to join the boilermakers in order to give "their all" for tha defense of democracy. Johnny Green of the CIO shipbuilders' union, complained angrily wherein I agreed that this was not fair collective bargaining under the Wagner act, but 'Henry went undisturbed in his union relations with the boilermakers although the son of the union's president gol a rake-off from every dollar of wages in Ihe form of a commission on premiums for compulsory insurance. Henry knew all Ihis bul his way with the unions was to give them what they wanted and keep the union bosses happy and thus make character for Henry as a triend of labor, passing any additional expense along to the; taxpayers. This I learned in interviews with Henry, himself ,and it was abput this time that, with astounding agility in one of my years and sedentary habits, 1 fetched myself a stout kick in my own britches tor having been go gullible a little while before as to write, in the sweet throes of a crush on Henry, an essay in idiotic praise thereof. During the war I received many letters from truly patriotic arid disgusted citizens turned to shipbuilding in Henry's yards, telling o; loafers sleeping, playing cards anc visiting in obscure nooks of ships abuilding, their thought being tha that Henry was keeping idlers 01 the payroll as a labor reserve les they disperse, if laid off, and he finds himself short of help in his •expanding program. Such memo randa should, I think, be con sidered in the inquiry that Mr. Kai ser now demands and any objec lion on the part of so fair'arid fine a fighter for truth and justice woulc" disenchant me more cruelly than he- should have the heart to do. I agree with Henry in his desire for a full investigation, if that really is his desire and not just something from the "publications department" of his company. Bul 1 can't let him lell me in advance that the charges are scandal, misleading statements and half-truths. I will make my own decisions us to that on the evidence ajid if his character is put to deathi after a fair trial, I shall have taj.regaj'd that event as a legal execution, not assassination. Demonstration by Veterans Closes Three GM Plants Ponttac; Aug. 14 — (IP)— Three Jeneral Motors Corp. plants, em- loying an estimated 13,000 work- rs, were closed lodny following a f-.I Bay demonstration by a group f . army veterans protesting, lack f vacation pay. About 200 veterans gathered be- qre the Fisher Body, Pontiac Moor and Truck and Coach divisions f:. the .corporation and company of- icials said a number of employes cfused to enter the plants in. the ace of the demonstration. Under its contract \yilh the CIO United Auto Workers, General Moors bas-ss vacation pay, on a percentage' of income earned by a worker during the prioi' calendar /ear.- Mos<. of the veterans were hus held ineligible since they did not return to work at the corpora- on until late in 1945 or in 1946. Company officials had no immediate comment. Local Officials Prepare for Local athletic officials are making plans for, the Southwest District's meeting Tuesday, July 20, in which Ihe new setup of the Arkansas Athletic Association, rules and rule changes svill be discussed with ,1, M. Burnett, executive secre tary of Ihe AAA. The meeting' will convene at 9 a.m. and close at 4 p.m. Included on the program will be a dis cussion on Ihe purpose of Ihe con ference by Joe Dildv. Hope alh- lelic director. Mr. Dildy will also discuss pame preparation with the group. Mr. Burnett besides diScuc- sion of the now AAA setup, will answer questions from the group. Herbert Carrett, president of the district organization, will be in charge of the business session. One of the most imnortanl features of Ihe session will be the selection of men to serve as officials for conference games. These officials will undergo an examination at Conway at a later date. All district members arc urged" to attend the meeting along with prospective'officials from* e'ach point. ' Hunger and malni'tiition s'tifnt IIP bfidier. and warp the mind*? 'of a laige pan of the world's population. To attain freedom I'ram'^ want of food is anothcj goal which ' we rntty -hope to reach by pooling our nutritional knowledge With, the food and agricultural efforts of the United Nations. —DC. Thoinas Parran. President (A Constitutional Asccmbl/ of thfe YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress 5f _ For better work at beller 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. Hate! Chrysler Workers Strike Detroit, Aug. 14 — —Chrysler Horporation announced today that ,100 workers walked out today in the trim shop of the main Dodge alant, forcing layoffs of 6,500 work- jrs and a shutdown of the final assembly lines. o WAA Directors Testify in Investigation Owen slarled his major leagu career wilh the St. Louis Cardi nals in 1937, climbing' from. Colum bus of the American Association Four yeefrs te~am's regular catche until he left for the navy and wa on 'the National League all - sta learns from '41 through '44. Chandler's ruling was announce at'his office here while-the com missioner himself was en route t Wiohila, Kas. In Columbus, O.; meantime jame the disclosure that Chandle lad abandoned the late Judg •Cenesaw Mountain Landis' theor hal racing and baseball don't mix. , John W. Galebreath of Columbus ihnounced' thai Chandler had raised no objeclion to Galbrealh and 3ing Crosby buying inlo the Pittsburgh Pirates,, even though both own racing slables. Galbrealh said he had talked to Chandler and the commissioner 'gave me lo understand that peo pie who were strangers to him :oming into baseball would sland on Iheir own merit; that they might be interested in race horses would not necessarily prevent their entrance inlo Ihe game although low they were interesled in it might." Organized baseball and the Mexican League appeared to agree with Chandler's decison although the few ball players desiring to comment said they were "sorry lo lear aboul il." President Ford Frick of the National League who had forwarded Owen's appeal for reinstatement rom a five-year suspension ap- oroved of the verdict. "Mr. Chandler did the proper Ihing," Frick said, "it is a good ruling." .In Mexico City, President. Jorge Pasquel of the Mexican "League who had lured Owen south of the a in By GLAIR JOHNSO N Washington, Aug. 14 — {/P)— Two regional . directors of the War Assets Administration teslified today that in their offices. they did nol permit "hand processing" of surplus goods contracts, as conducted by BerijamiivF. Fields. Frank L. Seymour and John E. Kirchn-er, WAA directors in the New York City and Kansas City, Mo., respectively, told the house surplus ' property committee they insisted on procedure which pre- yenled use of the "hand-processing" method of speeding sale . short opener, 3 to' 1. In a doubleheader al Nashville, Ihe Vols slaged a four-run rally.in the fourth to take the abbreviated first game, 5 to 1, from Birmingham, but the Barons came back wilh a 17-hit assault, to win the nightcap, 13 lo 0. Tonight's Games: Atlanta at Chatlanooga Birmingham al Nashville Mobile al Memphis New Orleans at Litllo Rock. jorder, found reason to "feel .ittle better about the affair" Chandler's ruling. o Atlanta's Lead Cut to Seven in Southern By The Associated Press The Chattanooga Lookouts whittled Atlanta's Southern Association lead to seven games lasl night as they defeated the Crackers 4 to 2, behind Andy Buth's i'our-hit pitching. A crowd of 9,399, which pushed Chattanooga's home game attend ance to a record 187,307, saw Busl fan 11 Crackers in bringing the current series to two to one in the Lookouts' favor. Chattanooga's olJ home game attendance record wab 179,001, set in 1932. Memphis kept within grabbing distance of the Lookouts by winning from the Mobile Bears, 5 to 4, in 12 innings. The Chicks tossed five Ditchers at the Bears to keep within two thin percentage points of Chattanooga. H was the Chicks' ninth consecutive triumph. The fourth-place New Orleans Pels divided a doubleheader with Little .Rock, taking the second game, 7 to 3, after dropping the LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Smart • ANDERSON BROS, e BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing Phone 259 Heating Hope. Ark. STiNOORAPHER Bookkeeping experience or training will be helpful. PRESCOTT AUTQ SO. Prescott, Ark* 'Doug /^ITV Carl Bacon V*S I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. ^ Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH t Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop * Complete Paint Shop FOR SALE 13/4 ton White Truck Shop Eqnipment is-no better than the man that uses it. For Your Repair Work, see HOMER COBB Highway 67 Phone 57 "Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner NOTICE Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas WE • CLEAN 'EM •:. • REPAIR 'EM • PAINT 'EM • ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM • RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New .Custom- Made Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING ALLGI's- Interested in Contact Ver Office or B. L. Retrig of the airport • • Flight Instructions ;•'•• Rides ® Charier Trips HOPE MUNIC!PAL ASRPORT Agent for SCAT Airline is for N-DSi, on your fire insurance!? We can give you complete »'* protection, and save you at, . > : least 20% on your insurance P" cost. Your life insurance- ~i pays dividends, why not '* ' your fire insurance? *, t MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY. Noil-Assessable Legal • Reserve 108 East 2nd Phone-221 ,,' PIANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS / . "Direct From Chicago" , *.* . • Looks like new • Sounds like new • New guarantee • "' If you are interested in buying a 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. LOOK AT YOUR CAR? HAVE IT WASHED and GREA Phone 422 Today Let us wash your car in our AUTO LAUNDRY. We will pick It up, wash it, grease It, and clean it inside and out. Done by experienced and qualified iubricaticn men. Ask About Steam Cleaning • CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 CASH -' n 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your cor, or almost any-; thing of value- We'll lend you all you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McUrty, at Hope Auto Co.

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