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ft *" •( l. >OT»>>BiMiwit»ji»!!«g>^^ HttH+Jt p •>•* Sij»fc.flT XX &&4f 1 u <*:• Monday, Augusr f$; f$4<5 Number of Word-; tip lo 15 .... 10 to 20 One Three Six Oho© to 20 lo HI lo no io 41 to 40 to .00 •7fj .00 1.05 L20 1.35 1.50 arc 1.20 L50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 2f> 30 .. 3.1 ... 40 ... •If) ... ._ no. Rates , .... ^., u insertions O'lly A. 11 . Want Ads Cash In Advance .Not lakcn Over the Phone 200 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 . . , for Continuous 4.50 0.00 7.150 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 Ifi.OO For Sale BABY criICKS, IF WE DON'T have them we will order them »r you. Feeders Supply Co. 17-1 m CORN, CORN CHOPS, WHEAT, hen scratch, plenty growing and laying rmish. Feeders Supply Co. 17-lm TKXAS MINNOWS AT SOUTHERN t ^c(! Co. F. w. Chance. 10-Gt LUMBER CONVEYORS, LEVEL• inj? instrument, welding instrument, 1 new bench saw without motor, skill saw blades, mechanics tools and boxes, tarpaulins, Mick screws, trench jacks, ladders, respirators, a few car- Denier and finishers tools, chip- IJiiiK hammers, all sixes star drills, block and lines, all types. Some used brick, sledge hammer, cioor hinges. 1 desk, 2 painters extension boards, large a-id ,jf?mnll air hose, oil cans, small •" and large air hoso, oil cans, .small and large rod cutters .and benders,' 1 small concrete mixer C. D. L-auterbach, 510 South ,., Walnut. 12-01 BY 12 NEW SHOP PLANER walh motor. Coy Easl, Ross- Ion, Ark. Phone 22GU. 13-Ct SOFA BED AND MATCHING lounge chair, real good condition. « 904-West 4lh St. Phone 750-J. 13-Ot FJVB ROOM MODERN HOUSE two porches. 320 South Laurel. STUCCO STORE WITH LIVING quarters in the back, 322 Soulh Laurel. PHONE H0<lir>8. LONGVIEW, TE- xas or write Tracy Cornelius, 181, Gregglon, Texas. 14-31 ONE LARGK ROLL TOP OAK Desk with Pigion holes and many conveniences. . R. O. Bridewell at Arkansas Bank & Trust Bid" 1S-31 2(1 LOTS IN TOWN OF BLEVINS Ark. Ideal building locations. See Edgar Lovoract, Phone 91-1 10-51 HOUSE LOCATED AT 211 WEST 71h St. Grady Williama. 10-3t ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNISH- ings for sale. Phone 735-W. 10-31 rM BELOW CEILING. Chevrolet coupe, with- small built in bed. Ideal for light haul- Lester Roberts, Plione HOPS, ARKANSAS HOPR STAR, Monday, Augusf 19, By C,h(ek Young ' THREE DIFFERENT COUPLES Af?E OUT WHATfc UP, A\IOOE7 1 HEARD A SHOT. CANT MOVE INTO VOUR N£W DOGHOUSE" UNTIL I FINISH It' •IMPLC FVffcYTHIMfl WOULD SEEN IF I.ASM ' HfAUV DROWNED IT'S NO U3f= / I CANT > WITH ALLTHOSe ( INTERRUPTIONS A TROfK AT IMF MAIN GATE, WHAT BECAME OP THAT YOUNG MAN FLINT? HE WOULD THEY'RE EARLY\BE INTtRESTED IN TONIGHT. I'll ) THIS PICTURE. BUT BE BACK. /IF YORK WELCROFT KNEW I HAD IT, I'D FEEL THE GRIP OF HIS i riMGERS OH MY THROAT, HORTY, 1 B E. 1 TAGGED Mi MELCROFT OM THE CHIN, NOT WANTING BC- AROUND --7 THERE TRYING RENT rr SOMEONE SLUGGED tVIE BOSS. HE'S OUT COtD. I DIDN'T SEE ANYBODY. THEMSELVES M TIRED O 1 R\D\N' TH\soLE HORSE. FOR WR.M'KEE ANf WASH AT / WSTER! THEASVIUM...TM6N.1F- J WILL VOU CLIlfeED\«?WL N Side Glances By Galbraith VELUMOSTOFTME CAM HE SAVE US ? )/ AT SOO YOU PON'T OCEAN « BACK WHERE V KNOW T BELONGS — ANP TWiTT \ VERY wt't PIP HE SEE US IS STILL OUT THERE iSj IT/ YOU'RE STi>. stuwssAo&Dcs: THIS IS THE PLOT I T' BUY, A,\R. JONES! KNOW TMEVHE^ iM^lf SUILOiNG fe ROAD THROUGH HSCE COPR, 1»« BY NEA SERVICE. INC, T. M. DEC. 0. 3. PA'ToFff ,'*What's"tIfc use of me wasting my life scraping at this Lyiolin? Can't music lovers hear anything Ihcy^want N just by p'utciag a nickel in a juke box? 3 ,' Funny Business By Hershbcrger TRUE, LARD PROFESSIONAL YOU'RE'ACTING HE'S ONLY TRYING TO SABOTAGE ME; YOUR. FOUNTAIM HELP IS STRICTLY \TAKE If UVH 1 /, THAT.-- SPLqOF, MR. KING.' TOO BAD VOU , EASV, THAT DON'T HAVE ME WORKING FOR. YOU ! J LARD/ A-l_ TO MOO 70 FIND HIS H&MSLAMD INVADED BV CKO-f,\AGNON\ TlL co MO R£'NJ BOP AB.V, AU.EV OOP SETS CW\ SOMEBODY'S IN ssfKCH of HIS OLD FRIBNP, THE DINOSAUR, TO BETTER AID HIS BELGA- GUERED KIN IN THBR BATTLE FOR SURVIVAL, s^ ::: •: «..«>,»•' >-*' ^-^ _ c-rfcQ -•s5 =v <^^!^-cS^S - - -"•'• »."..••:..•..• COPB. 1946 BY.HEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. *rG. U. S. PAT Off you 1'cllOws aren't in too big a hurry, we expect some rain in about a month!". COPR. J046 BY NEA SFRVtCE. INC. T. M. HEG. U. S. PAT. OFF Or f \ r"v .ryJr-' ~L\ V l? -^^7iv\"^ -: - PfWf'f^ Thimble Theater ^•/^mmm •Orf »,/, &.'M.^-'S i $-1 , T- M BEG. U, S. I'AT UFF .. , rV^ fi ' « *7"»-' /AHOX wi-Yipy Dir> HE V COMB ( ABOARD I INDEED ^1 ?? ^ YAM CERTINQ HE ISA ONE 'AT SVVALL^RED THE BOTTLE GREETINGS, FRIEND . fop. (•'£ TO lK)OW.DliPiU>V!6L>T TO OWt 'nViO NOU fc'Jt 1 "; -• %'!!''I 1 , 1 ; ! ! BUT, DOGGOUE IT/ Bf AMD 1'VC GOT TO GET if THERE'S TO KIMS CORWV'S ) WO OTHER CASTLE/ Out Our Way THEU, NELLIE, IT'S UP TO YOU'LL HAVE TO JUMP ACR055 THAT By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople OAKY/ THAT BRIDGE WILL KIEVER TH' GIRCUS ALWAVS UNLOADS iw TH' SAME PLACE EVEKLV VEAR-YOU FOULER. THIS JERKY TRACK ~"~ TH' MAIM AM'~- YES.l KNOVV-- 1VE BEEN THERE BEFORE, THANK YOU aNtHim vswour OF THE , FRIENDS.' GPa& AT PURCHASED BV IM BeRLiNi mo -yeARs A.&O FOR HIS BELOMED 3OSEPHii^E/ ANA T DO GIRL HAVE COME TC> AWD5 iiAVMB... n£ SAME SHEET E IS, fMSS Ml JJST A LIST OF,. WONTEZUMA'SGOLOTOOTht 6HTIY HOKM 1 1f?t tO •DECIPHER A 5L\P OF PAPER REMEDY 6ASEBAU AOTOGRftPHEO 8--( O/tM $CO?CS OF OTHEK ' Cleaners KORPER'6 6KOT- MOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be la Office Day fielore Publication For Sale NEW FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON West 4th Street. All built in cabinets, garage. Phone 195-,!. 17-01 NICE friers. 070*W. BIG Mrs. WHITE . Gco. Dotkls. ROCK Phone 17-31 LOTS, 7, 8, 0 IN BLOCK 4, HOPE Heights. If interested see S!d McMath, First National Bank. 19-lit ONE GAS RANGE, GOOD AS rtew. See Tom Goodwin, Kosston. Rt. 2. ]t).;u ONE KEROSENE TABLIO TOP five burner Florence rango, goud as new. Ferris Formby, Piitnluj, Ark. ii). ;j Mattress 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. 21-1 m Wonted to Rent THREE OR FOUR ROOM UNFUR- nished apartment or furnished or unfurnished house. Permanent residence. References. Write G. W. Moton, Stamps, Ark, 12-Gt 4 OR- 5 ROOM HOUSE. PHONE 1107-W or see .T. W. Hall at Hall Auto Supply Co. or phone 490. 15-31 FURNISHED APARTMENT OR furnished house. Phone >U4. Mrs. Roy Taylor. 17.31 Real Estate for Sale THREE ROOM HOUSE WITH bath on Soulh Washington near. Baskel .Company. Price $2,250. If interested see Floyd Porterfield. H-31 Wanted to Buy LIVE CRAWFISH, fiOc 1311 West Ave. B. R. GALLON. E. Brown. 14-31 PAIR SMALL GROCERY SCALES at reasonable price. Hobart D. Shirley, Phone 1097-W. Ki-Cl Help Wanted MIDDLE AGED LADY TO CARE for old lady. Board and sakny. No laundry. Phone 091!-\V. l(i-:u For Rent TWO ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment near brick yard. Mary Loy. PASTURE LAND FOR RENT, 18G acres, fine clover and grass pasture, Dorsey McRae, Sr. 17-lt ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialixe in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service Hope, Ark. Brazil is the only independent nation of the western hemisphere Whoso language is Portuguo.se and the only country of Pan America- to have been an empire for any length of time. Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023'South Main St. NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE SELECTION OF NEW MOULDINGS CLYDE FRITZ PHone 399 AVENUE B GROCERY REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R NOTICE WE WILL BE CLOSED Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday FOR REMODELING ROSE'S SNACK SHOP Time to Pock Away Yoyr Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver Put them in Moth Proof Bags • Plenty of Parking Space HALL'S Hatters HUGHB.HAU, Owner 208 N. Fer^uion Phon« 76 Fair Enough Dy Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1940 By King Features Syndicate. Now York, Aug. 10 —, The re- conl observations of Lindsay C. Wni'pii, the comptroller general of tho Unilod Slates, before the Mead commillco, in the course of tho Clnrsson inquiry, directs attention to some interesting collateral information. As a rclrcshcr, it may be recalled that Mr. Warren, discussed government officials and employees and officers of the army who left the government service for employment on bettor terms with private interests with which they had had official dealings on behalf of the government. Mr. W-urrtMi deplored this practice. Wallace O. Hein/e was employed by the government us director of the Small War Plants Corporation and in that capacity exerted himself to get contracts from the ma teriel command of the army air forces for 5,000 pneumatic life saving devices for the International Latex Corporation at a price which the army service forces regarded as excessive. Brig.-Gen. Albert Browning, director of purchases of the army service forces, reported to the under-socrelary of war on April 19, 1!)44, that on Feb. IS, 1943, the materiel command received from Smaller War Plants a communication certifying international- Latex as a bidder on li.OOO rafts at $125 each. This figure was not acceptable lo the army and International and others later submitted further bids, Interii'ationals price now dropped' to $101, the highest of the lot. General Browning reported to the under-isecretary that Heinze, a few days later, telephoned Wright Field at JJaylon, O., where the procurement of these rafts was being handled, insisting on a contract for 5,000 rafts for Interna- lional Latex. The army still rc- 'uscd lo lake the contract. Gener- il Browning wrote for the record and Smaller- War Plants then took aver the deal and gave Intern- ional contract for 5.000 units at flifi each. Me said Inlernationls' Final, adjusted price was $72, and l.hat this figure was the hghest of six orders with the exception of line offer, by a much smaller company havin'g only 14 employees at the lime. This was the Anderson Rubber Company, which quoted the same price. Having related Ihe incidents and reported the pressure from Heinze, General Browning informed the War Department 1 , officially, that, few months later, in Sept. 1943, Heinze quit the government and became general manager of the company whose interests he had so vigorously advanced. Heinze is now listed as vice-president and general manager of International Latex, with a plant at Dover, Del. His salary as a government oficial was •about $8,000 a year. He has refused lo lulk but doubtless could be required to tell the facts by the Mead committee, including the salary offered by International to induce him to leave the government. Abraham N. Spancl, the president of the International Latex, born in Russia, is an important contributor to the propaganda of the New Deal, notably Henry Wallace, in the form, of a program of paid . advertisements in a large list of newspapers, consisting of political material. Heinze formerly operated in Hollywood and was, I understand, a tax consultant for movie actors and magnates. Col Phillips W. Smith, of the War Department, Washington, staled that when he was in Europe ho was told by Major Mathew .1. I-ox, also formerly of the Smaller War Plants, that there was "White House pressure behind Internationals successful efforts to get contracts at maximum prices. He said Major Fox, a reserve officer, had formerly been connected with Uni- veisal pictures in Hollywood. Charles G. Bolte, the chairman of the Political Association of War Veterans, called the American Vct- Po§e Fiva •tf Rush t fi&xtoau &• (i) New York, Aug. 10 (/T 1 ).— Miami sports writers arc pulling Paul Waner on Hie griddle because his sun sox aren't winning. They say he doesn't show enough interest . Yvon Pelru, Ihe lull .French ion- niftier, carries as n souvenir of his 18 months in a Nazi prison camp a machine gun bullet wnich German doctors extracted from his knee. "I took it because I wanted nothing of mine left in Germany," Yvon says. Monday Matinee The Phillies soon will have more scouts in the New Yori' M^'i'npo Ulan area than any New York club. Joe Labate plans in have ut least one assistant in each borough, ulus P P'trk ; n Hie ""b- urbs, .. A prediction from Pittsburgh is thai niosi ,)f i-uis .uoi- bull games this fall won't draw more limn honclnchcs for'• Wos Foster. The two big attractions, Noire Dame and Ohio Stale, will be faced on their own ground:;. . . Babe Xuliariar/, wha 'has been a lop-Highl golfer for some . five years, gels her first shot at a national title in the women's open at Spnkan'o, . Wash., next week. Us the ,'irsl national tourney for women .since Babe became a contender. Guest. Star ' . . ' • Kenneth Jones, Georgia, ' Ills., •Tnuriiiir "Baseball Commissioner Hnppy Chandler may soon have a ruin., station over which he- can sing Mis favorite .song, "My Old Kentucky Home.' Chandler and ('••<<• .--'hot- Kr>niiu.'kians have applied for authority lo operate a ..on./ wjil station in Versailles, Ky." Baseball Scores AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 5-3; Boston 0-4 S* Louis *t- r >; P"'roi<- :>.-*>. Chicago 0-3; Cleveland (fii •1-13; NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 3; Philaclelpnio 2. Chicago 8; Pittsburgh 0. St. Luuis 3-2; Cincinnati 2-0; f..first game 13 innings). New" York ll-l; Boston 5-7. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Birmingham 11-5; Chullaiioogn 1-10. Atlanta 15-13; Nashville 8-1. Little Rock 5-2; Mobile 4-1. Memphis 4-7; New Orleans Q-G. 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 Kurnltura ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Ha*e! C NOTICE 16th Street from the High School to the Sptinghill Road IS NOT A PART OF THE CITY DUMP. We have the names and car license numbers of several people who have, thrown out garbage, cans, rubbish along this street. From this date on all will be reported to the police and health authorities. Also we reserve the right to return this garbage to the owners front lawns or driveway. PROPERTY OWNERS erans' Committee, recently identified "Mtilhew Fox, 1 listed ns a donor of $1,1)00 to the AVC as "Mathew Fox of Universal Pictures.' Although International was classified as a small corporation, il appears lo bej-ich. It has sales of-i bcrt Garrctl, fices in the Empire State Building, New York, and other offices in Montreal and London. There is a subsidiary called American Latex Company and still anoler company operates under patents controlled by Mr. Spancl, who is a man of large wealth. There is also a Spanel Foundation, described as a non-profit organization, devoted to "religious, charitable and scicn tific purposes.' The 'foundation' is a rich man's lax-gadget, now very popular among millionaires. Thurman Arnold, special assistant to the attorney general -and assistant attorney-general until March 10, HM3, was in charge of the .antitrust division. Me was responsible for the action to dissolve the Pullman interests and lo separate the company, which manufactures Pullman cars, from the operating company. The suit was successful and a special court ordered the operating company sold to a group of ra-'j- roads. The department of justice appealed to the supreme court against this sale and a group of private interests in Cleveland also objected, desiring to buy and operale tho pullman service themselves. Here the department of justice appears as attorney for the Cleveland interests. Mr. Arnold, having served briefly as a judj/e of tho United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, resigned and reappeared as private counsel for the Ohio group. Although I had only asked him if this were true .and did not impugn lis ethics, Mr. Arnold wrote me .an explanation of his ethical concept in the circumstances. Inasmuch as lie raised the question, I may sifv disagree. Randolph Paul, a lawyer and tax expert, was for several years General Counsel of the United States Treasury and Tax Adviser to Henry Morgenthau when Henry was secretary of the treasury. Paul was a man of powerful influence during his service there and it would be unrealistic to believe that his prestige and influence ceased abruptly. He -appeared as counsel for Elliott Roosevelt In July, 1945 when the treasury investigated the twisted deal by which President R-ooscvelt bilked John Hartford, of the A. and V Gi^cevy Chain, out of SIGG.OOO which Hartford had loaned to Elliott. Tho disposition of the treasury toward Mr. Paul and Elliott was disclosed in an opening statement by Harry Hcrskowila, an Internal Revenue agent from New York. "If, perchance, a qi..yst : >.i is put to you that you might think impru dent, presumptions,' Mr. llcr- skowitx said to Elliott, addressing him as "General.' "I \v-anl you to know it is not put for that purpose.' This is an unfamiliar note, to say nothing-.more about it, in Uie approach of a revenue agent to a man who has dumped on the common man the tax load of $190.000 to be applied to his alimony lisni- ities and the support, until maturi ty, of his infant children. "You needn't worry about the general taking offense,' Mr. Paul replied, pulling Mr. HersKo\vitz at his ease. Inevitably, Elliott was invited lo enter his military record in the tieasury record and ihis lie did in delail, some of which might have evoked exceptions from young combat lieutenants who served under him in unarmed, lone photo reconniassance planes. "I had approximately 470 hours' combat time in the air,' he said, a figure which two young lieutenants of his command, each of whom was shot down- three times, have marvelled at since. They insisted that they knew of no photo reconnaissance pilot with that many combat hours -and regarded Elliott's figure as phenomenlal. and incredible. The relevancy of this to a lax question may be vague buy you don't know what it really means lo come before the examiners with a recent chief counsel and assistant secretary of the !'•••> v nt •,,••<• elbow until you read this one from Mr. Uerskuwil/,: "Genoial, tho other day when you gave us chronologic.-in- v career in the army," I thought thej e was an omission. I would like to have the complete story. What about the decorations i see •you wearing? Would you mind list-j ing them in order to get them in ' the record, c\ •nplpto': | Would he ininu? lie ^identified decorations that the young rccou-1 nassi-ancc pilots never heard of in their lew acaj-ed, huriiod huui-.s alone and unarmed ovor cnemv country, but what any oC this had to do with the gyp of John Hartford, Mr. Herskowitz never thought lo tell. il Tomorrow football mentors, prospective officials and persons interested in football.will meet and discuss problems of the coming season at Hope High School. Rules, rule changes and the AAA setup will be discussed by J. M. Burnett, executive secretary of the Arkansas Alhlotic Association. Also on the program will be Joe Dildy. Hope Athletic Director, who will talk on game preparation and Her~ president of the district association,' who will lake charge of the business session. With the football game slightly less than three weeks- away Coach Dildy is faced with the problem of Setting shoos for the squad. Although ordered months ago local officials have been advised that delivery of football shoes cannot jo made until late in the season. So in an appeal to ex-gridders or anyone having foolball shoes, Mr. Dildy issued the following statement: "We don't have enough shoes for the team. If you have a pair the school will buy Ihem from you, have them rebuilt if necessary, and try to get by until the order for new ones come through." The first game ,is scheduled for September 13. It is necessary to obtain shoes now. If you have a pair contact the High School or Mr. Dildy. All prospective football players are -asked to meet with Coaches Dildy and Tollett at the high school Wednesday at 7 p.m. If you are interested in going out for the Bobcat team be at the -meeting, o League Leaders By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting —Musial, St. Louis, and Hopp. Boston, .305. Runs —Musial, St. Louis, 86; Stanky, Brooklyn, 74. Runs batted jn — Slaughter, St. Louis, 89; Walker, Brooklyn, f)7. Hits — Musial, St. Louis. 1G3; Walker, Brooklyn, 147. Doubles — Musial, St. Louis, 33; Holmes and Herman. B-oston, 23. Triples — Musial, St. Louis, 13; Walker, Brooklyn, and Cavarretta, Chicago, 7. Home runs — Mize, New York, 22; Kiner, Pittsburgh, 16. . Stolen bases — Reiser, Brooklyn, 2G; Haas, Cincinnati, 19. Pitching — Higbe, Brooklyn, Rowe, .Philadelphia, and Dickson, St. Louis. H-1-.733. AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting — Vernon, Washington, .34S; Williams, Boston, .339. Runs — Williams, Boston, 118; Pesky, Boston, 99. Runs batted in — Williams, Boston, 100; York, Boston, 98. Hits — Pesky, Boston, 161; Vernon, Washington, 154. Doubles — Spence, Washington, •39: Vernon, Washington, 37. Triples — Edwards, Cleveland, and Lewis, Washington, 11. Home runs — Wiliaims .Boston, 32; Greenberg, Detroit, 25. Stolen bases •— Case, Cleveland, 27; Stirnweiss ,New York. 16. itching — Ferriss, Boston, 31- 4.B40; Caldwel, Chicago, 10-2-.833. " O ' Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press Floyd Bevens, Yankee:; and Pinky Higgins ,Red Sox — Bevens blanked the Red Sox 5-0 in the opener; Higgins' eighth inning- double scored the winning run in Boston's -1-3 second game win. Pete Reiser, Dodgers — rapped out three hits including a horn run and double, drove in two runs nd scored the other in 3-2 win over the Phils. Dick Sisler and Harry Brech- ec-n. Cardinals — Sisler drove in run in 13th of opener for 3-2 vie lory ovor Reds; Brechccn pitched a seven hit 2-0 shutout in the nightcap. Babe Young, Giants, and Johnny Sain, Braves — Young hit a three-run homer in Giants 11-5 victory in the first game; Sain won his Hih triumph -7-1 in tin- atlerpiece. By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer The major leagues already have drawn 14,500,000 cash customers, wiih six weeks of the season .still ' remaining. Already three and a half million past their previous record attendance, the majors should have no trouble reaching 18 million-. Three learns — Ihe Chicago Cubs, New York Gianls and lied Sox — soared past tho million mark over Ihe weekend to beast the million membership club to six — another record'. The olhcrs are 11\s Now York Yankees, Detroit Tigers and Brooklyn Dodgers. The Red Sox' second largest crowd of the season — 33/137 — saw the league leaders- come from behind in the second game to defeat the runner-up New York Yankees 4-3'to split their double heacl- "'•. Tne Yanitees, behind Floyd Bevens' six-hit pitching, won 'the opener 5-0. The .split left the Yanks still 14 games behind. The third place Tigers disappointed their Jargesl cash crod in Detroit's history — 57,235 fans •by losing a double header to the seventh place St. Louis Browns ,4-3 and 6-5. Dick Sislerj son of the immortal George, former star first baseman of the Browns, sparkend the Cardinals lo two victories o-ver the Cincinnati Reds, 3-2 an-1 2-0. The twin triumph enabled.-the- runner-up Kedbirds to whittle the National League-lending Dodgers' margin lo two games, although the Brooks defeated the Phillies 3-2. Sisler made a pinch hit single to score Stan Musial with inn deciding run in the 13th inning of the first fame. He singled in Enos Slaughter in the second inning of tne afterpiece and scored himself a few minutes later on Marty Marion's one-baser. Joe Modwicic, pinch hitting for the Dodgers in the seventh inning was hit below the left ear by Southpaw Frank Hoerst. He was taken to a hospital for X-rays, -Lhe results of which will be available today Paul Erickson pitched a one-hit- ler as the ChicaH^ Cubs defeated the Pittsburgh irates 8-0 .A single by Billy Cox in the seventh inning spoiled Erickson's bid for a no-hitter. Second P.asoman Buddy 'BlaUr.er of the Giants tied a modern: major league record whcri» he made Jl assists in the first game of a d.iu- liin header with Ihe Bostbh Braver BlaUner's fielding- helped the Giants win the opener S-:> but the fciravps, behind John Sain's oiphl- h.'l. pitching, \vrni Ihe -.-second, 7-1 It v/as Saint':; Ml]], victory. After losing the first.-game to Uneago, G-4 j n n .. innings. HI/? Cleveland Indians carrte back wilh two big innings lo wall: off with the nightcap 13-3: . '.-..Held Ursix hits and shtrt out hv Philadelphia's Jrssc Florc.'i in the FIRST-AID FOR . SCALP-SORATCHERS If di-y scalp itches rub on a few-drops of Morolino Hair Tonic. Helpa remove loose, unsightly dandruff flakes. MGROLINE liflJR TONIC LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialixe in Repairs and . Sharpening ':' M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE o PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Smah « ANDERSON BROS. • Legal Notice BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumblnu « Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. Doug /""If Y Cari Bacon \a*I I S Jones ELECTRBC CO. .— for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 REED MOTOR GO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT LESLIE WILLIAMS PLAINTIFF MINNIE WILLIAMS DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The Defendant. Minnie Williams, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty days heroafler I and answer Iho complaint of Leslie ] Williams. PliiintilT herein. | WITNESS mv hand and seal as Clerk of Ihi.-! Court on this 5th day of August. 19-ffi ' ' C. E. WEAVER, Clerk (SEAL) 5, 12, 19, 2G COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmoro Auto Supply Phone 174 21§ 8. Main WANTED Forked Leaf White Oak and Cow Oak Clear and Clean Ove?cisp Logs For prices and more detail Apply to: HOPEHEADSNG COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkansas FOR SALE '1' 3 A ton Wh«*e Truck Shop Eqnipment is no betl-er 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 e CLEAN 'EM • REPAIR 'EM • PAINT. 'EM • ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM • RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New Custoni- Made Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING irst .^ame, 11-0, the WnshinRlon Senator-; bounced back to win Ihe second game G-4. Interested in Contact Vet Office or B. L, Refiig ' -:-...ot the airport' •.('.-.Flight Instructions -.'.;" 'k:i»-; Rides; ";-f • ; ® Charter Trips HOPE MUNIGSPAL Agent- for .SCAT Airline 'is for on your fire insurance? We can qive you complete protection, and save.you at least 20% on your insurance cost. Your life insurance pays dividends, why not your fire insurance? MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Non-Assessable Legal Reserve 108' East. 2nd Phone 221 .„ PIANOS Just-Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS'. "Direct From Chicago'-' • Looks like new «Sounds like new ®New guarantee If you are interested in buying a 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 Texarkcna, U. S. A. Wanted! AH Dimensions • 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week PATMOS, ARK. LOOK AT YOUR CAR? HAVE IT 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 hy experienced and qualified lubricaticn men. Ask Ahou* Sfeam Cleaning «CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 — in 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your car, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you all you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you wont the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McLorty, at Hope Auto Co.

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