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10' to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 33 to 40 41 1o 45 46 to 50 Rales Thursday, August Aft KANSAS Bv Chick Young | \fo jump out erf that trte I HOPE I'VE TIMGD i-. THIS P.li3HI. ! run would be fatal, To hide was impossible. C'ANT P^AP IT 1( NO-MRS. \vOOOLEV CJAGWOOR PHONED TOCWY LHFT THIS FOR . -- CANT SOU Alk WAS HERE .AND REMEMBER if WE , „ WROTE IT / "' ALL 1 i REMEMBER IS STHAT THE MAN ) SAID IT WAS J VERY, VERV ^~ -( IMPORTANT' WHAT THE Y ^TALKING AS 1 MESSAGE J ( WAS TAKING M WAS ?r^ • \_ DOWN THE I ' ' / K i^^^^^f^ WITH ( MAIRPIN ^ — v_ BGFORi- Wil BCA'.'S X THE LfcND I COURS& Eftsyj THEV WERK THEM! . SETUt: C'OvNN tOf,W<E\ W.INE f\T U . UPFOfUOSTTIttEil-iJlW ONROL, .CAROL! Y^RE! A80UT IWTS PL'ftUWH/rMflNS FOR IT THEN THESE BOVS.ARE THE TWINS! By Galbroiih Side Glances .OT =!/ TWICE -THM4KC ^~T--u--t lOTM^ SCOUNWCtLS ---- - MAIDENS U. 3. Paient Office ft- /•* I V-JV_Y ... : ~-\ ^ [£•.£%. ^ ^.^4L/Jli S2»w».^r^ Wwji^A .^.v-:*,i N\t k ,:.'.! ' 0 ' \W&aMv>*i*\?kfrJEH IF VOU VVAVEf Tr-US ., IT \vou:..rs!'T KE vcivi r//£J WHICH CAU-3HT HI BYE:.,. THAT PLANE/ IT'S OUK ONLY CHANCE.' G-1VE ME- MY SHIRT, t WE GOTTA CATCH THE PILOT'S t/C » * »/ w\^m af.^^m ,M l~& •' ESSO MASHED 1 POTATOES , NOT BOILED " IN THE &> :\ ).^== / /?' / / sosev.SIR , ''" // *• .s ~.~* '«Y ,raiK , / ^ (I'LL ATTEND TO J _^ COPR. 1M« BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M: REC. U. S. PATi OFF.'- _ 8~22 "Have you licard of any vacantjcipartments in this neighborhood?" .**\Ve're attracting quite a lot of attention — I no.ver did • *\ '- like this loud shirt you bought me!" freckles and His Friends By Blosser By Hershberger So JUST GO BACK. TO : ROLL VOUR. LITTLE- PILLS KING'S, THEY'RE 6ETTIMG- J FREE OFFER. BACKFIRES! AND I'LL SEE . THAT IT DOES/ L m ok %^»-r^ f RUSTY , WF MAVENT DONE A DIME'S WORTH ) RELAX, PO£ Or BUSINESS AT THE FOUNTAIN TODAY / } RELAX 1 THINK. I' TE3 EASE A'_CMG MIGHT WOT Ail. \ SE AS DUMB AS TnOSc }, I'VE MET UP WiTH 7 _ r •ETLV, l\ C-^S.S TH' I /;. C ' •V.O-MAGS' GOT ^/\ l '\'- ••'." - 'It's a special door hinged at iho. holloin i'ov callers Ihe boss doesn't like!" i\-v-' V ,-- j fV-^ •-*•' Thimble Theater ' ; "';-7-;>rCs-7^.'' PI WOULD PUT ME ABITHMEWCK UNDER ME PILLOW LI KB THIS MAP AMND WORKS ALL NIGHT, IT NEVEE. NEVEE STOPS — '? /N'A MORNIN' LITTLE KiP I LISTER SLEEP ON PEOSLIMS HECK .'/ I WISHT I COULD GO To SLEEP MOW.',' 'o T:V I >\K)\C n TO SUCH ft 'VTEP VJUKCOT } 'TIS /MEKEUV SOWE ( CHILDISH PRANK. POPEYE./ORF f A WORTHLESS SCRAP OF V DOW'TCHA TOSS IT f\ DO IT II V'HWOVU'l 6WO B V»A GVftD VOU BROUGHT I DVDKl'T TPiKt TIA' -5TtV I MOT tY.P»CTV.V '. JtrtP DID ! I'P OPINJ6 TH' BOOK AN'A ANSWERS WOULD COME EASV >v .-•/'•••• i/r . r—^ ./—i A V /, i$&:i 7>/^rrr-Tj ; ;( ^Sf G^M CQl'R. 1'MO a-t ;J,:A :iLHVlcE^lNC.:^;W^j. : ^ : ^^ ^T. •/. KTI-.. u. ;-. iv.;. Si i . v. ,J-y ^\.^ ~ ' " •"' v -/-"*•"'-• •••'^" , ...."-I ~ -', "••'., '",*.;'.••,-/• AWO LGOK/^/ TIIAT^X MOW THAT WE'RE OUT OP THOSE By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople Out Our Way OUR HOR.Tf: I JUMP 15 BA-K TO 4\ WOULD — I'M FAULIM7 LIMB IS GITTfM' WEAK.' TH\S FAIR CITY OR. LICENSE SA.LE OF HISTORIC W. pieces:'- 1 — ESAD.' i. RE.CALL. A CASE «AR. HbGrlES WAS CHIEF 3GSTIC& OF trie ' 2-\ EASY, T SOESS i^.y (SOT IS S I PONt'T THI(OK HE HAS RABIES y.-Sl AMD TK" COSTS { M-U2ZOWER •^•-i-TtA' COSTS VJlLLBE^Sa. 1 ?^. . eyes/ WELL, ITS OMLY HUMAN" IT'S NAY LEG YOU'RE UPOW, AM' IT'S GIVIW OUT,' y.-t i urn- , 'uiiAx, ' -£=/ ir WE. CAM'l fECif'rlcR i-r^Y THIS MESSAGE.Tn.cjjpy OSE Ir^l.^G "TO 'C£' Hi- GOOD PLACe TOSTART_ONJ£R., WITH A lDEft = ?; *• THE QUICK. BEARIMG TREE Bt««aKWK^Wi^iW^e^P% H QMS T A ft, H OPE, A ft ft AN S A Page Seven ASS/F/ED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication ; 1 ,^ rof ° n<? Three Six One® — , >ays Month 1.50 4.50 .00 .75 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.4'0 2.70 3.00 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 8.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15,00 1.20 1.35 1.50 are for Continuous . Insertions Oily • All Want Ads Cash In Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone Lost BROWN BILLFOLD, HAND LAC- ccl, contains bank book, U. S. Coast Guard identification card, Other idontlficalons, pictures and money. Finder please return pa pers to money. Hope Star and keep 20-31 DARK RED MULE. GRASS HAL- ler, leather slrap around body, front feel shod, Plo-ise notify o Douglas, Hope, Ht. 4. Re- warcl. 21-31 For Sale NEW FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON West 4tn Street. All built in cabinets, garage. Phone ~195-.I. 17-01 LOTS, 7, 8, 9 IN 'BLOCK. 4, -HOPE Heights. If interested see Sid McMath, First National Bank. - • 39-Gt TOP GAS RANGEAND household 'unv.tur?. Mrs L. .1. Conwiiy, 614 West -4th St _ _ • _ 20'- 3 1 TWO NEW FIVE ROOM MODERN homes. Two acres ground. Shade. T. N. Belew, Phone 362-J. 20-3t For Sale 1939 FORD DELUXE SEDAN, motor recently overhauled, MOO.) tires. See Mrs. Stuart llamillr.n, 0 miles out on P-.Umos road. 21-31 ONE TABLE TOP BLI-I1OT OIL range, also one Coleman burner. Circulator heater. Both in per- fecl condition, Mrs. Gary Form- Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By Kind Features Syndicate. Real Estate for Sale FOSTER-ELLIS FIVE-ROOM HOUSE AT 217 WEST Seventh, lot 150x142. Owner leaving town. Posession in two weeks. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FUI,- lon road, newly painted. You'll be sorry if you miss this bargain. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, GOOD CON- dition, West I3th street. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE AT 807 FOS- ler Avenue, newly papered, price reduced. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE ON EAST Division, 75x100 foot lot, hmd- • scaped.- Price reduced. DUPLEX APARTMENT, RENT- ing for $00 per month, good condition. Price greatly reduced. Must sell. " THREE-UNIT APARTMENT, 40-1 West Ave. C, > bringing $90 per month. Good condition. Three ex- JOHNSON GRASS HAY, fiOc BALE delivered, 45c at press or will sell in block on meadow, You cut and bale your own. H. S. Alford, Ht. 3, Phone 9-F-4. 20-6t WHILE THEY LAST, 4 WHITE "j Rotary, 1 Singer, .all guaranteed. f>13 South Wal.uit, Phone 578-W. C. W. Yancey, Singer Dist. 20-31 SIX ROOM HOUSE WITH FOUR lots. 61)2 North Hervey, recently decorated on inside. Price $4,750. Possession immediately. Floyd Porterfielcl. 20-31 THREE ROOM HOUSE WITH bath, South Washington, near Basket Company. Floyd Porterfield. Price $2,25U. 20-31 JpLEGTUIC REFRIGERATOR; 8 • 'it. box. Can be seen at 021 North Elm. Phone U12-J. 21-3t FOR SALE:~MY~IiOMR AT 100T> South Walnut SI. Modern throughout. Possession svithin 2 weeks. See Cecil Dennis. 22-41 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ON OF- fice furniture. V. T. Levey, P. O. Box 303, Pine Bluff, Ark. 22-31 1941 TON FORD TRUCK. SEE C B. Russet. 901 West 3r 1 S 1 .. Phone 1093. 21 3 tra lots, garage, barn. Price slashed for quick sale. Good investment property. MODERN TWO-ROOM HOUSE and bath. Its small, but nice. Lot 00x210 feet. Owner leaving town. Possession within 30 days. NUMEROUS FARM LISTINGS IN Hempstead and Nevada counties, ranging from 40 acres up. Several New .York,. Aug. 22 — Moe, that nuiscovy duck of mine, has been ruined by a little publicity, Jimmy Powers and Winnie came over the other night and Moe .came down from the barn :Cor some i crackers at the corner of the This is an ordinary custom of his since the fox got his hens. Eenic. Mcenie and MinCy, and broke his leg and twisted a wing, ast fall. .limmy (nought this was extraordinary precocity in a duck, although little more thought should have reminded him that all creatures, even actors, can be trained to do very amusing tricks by the prom ise of delicacies and applause. For several years, over on the Ridge, back of Slamford, Ruth Hale cn- lerlaincd a pel blacksnake in summer and I knew a man named Tag Sari, who worked with Ditmars in the reptile house at the Bronx zoo, wno put his trust in a hen, or would you call it a doe or sow — anyway, a female copperhead, and thought ho had discovered friendship until he got careless in trying to relieve her of a tumor, on her head and she fanged him on the thumb. Mr. Powers wrote a little note in his column about this remarkable fowl of mine and a riewsree. man called up and wanted to make a short lake of Moe waddling down the gravel path for his chackers and pecking me in the legs and chasing the liltlc white mutt when good stock farms. See Mr. Charley Baker at our office for farm properly. FOSTER-ELLIS 108 East Second Phone 221 21-3t Notice WILL THE PARTY WHO BOR- rowed my saddle about July 4lh please return it, J. V. Moore. 20-31 NOT FOR ART'S SAKE Michigan City, Ind., Aug. 21 — (A 1 ) — Patrolman Art Menkc pushed through a beach crowd of males, aged 0 to 76, to find ;i shapely, red-haired girl nosing in the nude for a photographer. "This is for art," the photographer told "him. "Nope," Menke decided, "I'm Art and it's not for me," and took he tried to horn in. I said .nothing doing because I suspected tba alter the fellow got his traps se up, Moe would get temperament!* and, strictly in a manner of speak in" lay an egg. I never though this a very remarkable perfor mance, anyway. You feed him anc make a fuss for his empty vanit; and ho gets accustomed to it at a certain place and makes certaii sounds wmch arc natural to him and puts on a certain expressioi by arching hi.; silver crest, some thiiw like Paul McNutts, and doe something with his eyes which look like a glare of righteousness. That, 'is all there is to it. Just duck, bereft of nis hens by a fox who has learned to keep out of th high grass on the way to the pon< and ;>D hangs around the porch t be fed. But we people are alway imputing human qualities to an mal life, and so there he is, Hollywood ham who has suddenly and unexpectedly won His Oscar, as II were. And now you cant do a Ihing with him. 1 d'Jiit need to be told that he cant read and had no idea in the world that he had had an offer from the movies, bul it was a coincidence anyway .. lhat the next morning ho wouldnt come down for his Crackers and wouldnt even New York, Aug. 22 — i/f')— Pent.' linois, which launched a boy's aseball program in 1038, put in a laliTi for being about ihe best aseball town in the nation. . Five Ids who came out of the boys eague are minor league all this year and two more have een signed Tor 1947. . . The no. 1 'eruvian' is pitcher KUKS 'Mynr, ptioned by the Cubs to Nrtshville. )lhers are Larry Gapinski, Stylus- ille, N. C. :Jim Koehlor, ' Fay- Ueville, N. C,; Bob Phillips, loin, Cas., and Pete Shurman, Middle- on, O. . . Bill Liebe, who fanned early 200 batsmen in 18 games, igned with Charlotte, N. C., :"OP. ext season and outfielder Billy Jrban wilh Elizabelhton, Tenn. . . s eru also has a "bleacher jockey" lub. Maybe that one is a Brook- yn farm. Unanswered Question A report kicking around the na- ionnl league is that Branch Mickey has promised each and every one of his Dodgers a brand lew car if they're still in iTirsl jlace when they return from their veslern trip. That tarings the luery: If Ihe Dodgers deliver, can Shorts and Shells Although Notre Dame already is eing tabbed as the year's :iq. 1 football learn (are you listening, Army i. folks at South Bend claim they're 1-pally worried about Illinois Army and Southern California. . . Mal Rogers,-Mike Jacobs' matchmaker, is trying to match Wesley Mouzon the kid who belted over Bob Montgomery,- .wilh Danny Kapilow for a Garden fight. . . . Billy Gates, who must have imbidcd some big-tirne football ideas as sports editor of the Baton Rouge, La., advocate, has taken a tub-thumping job with Ole Miss. Cy Slannicka, who signed Bob Feller and who cost the Indians a $7,!iOO penalty for doing it, is slalec i» he business manager of Feller's. Denver club when Bob begins op eraiions next year. .. Bruiser Kin ard, who'll play his 17th season o: football with the Yankees this fall is worried' because ills four-year old son .wants to lead Ihe bane a 1 , grid games instead of getting his nose rubbed in the dirt. "We made a mistake taking him to Navy .games last year,' .'Bruiser says. ' .••' Lookouts Even Current Series With Atlanta. By The Aosocialcd Prftss, The Chattanooga Lookouts evened their current series with pace-setting Atlanta wilh an easy 0 to 2 decision last night, but Second-place Memphis also lost, enabling the Crackers to retain a six and n half game Southern Association .lead. The Look-outs, in 1.110 Ihird slol, earned only one of l.'neir oix. runs Fights Lost Wight By The Associated Press Oakland, Culif. —.Star JVtisnrnis, 120. Manila, outpointed Lorenzo Sal'ora, .Iii5, .Havana, 10. Buffalo — Arturo Godoy, 202 3-4. Chile, oiitpoiiilfrd Cyclone Williams, 195 1-2, Buffalo, 10. Providence, n. T. — Tippy Larkin, 144 a-4 Garfickl, N. /., out- pointed Bobby Mclntyrc, 14f> 3-4, Detroit, 10. By United Press New York (Sterling Oval) -Wil, He Beitram, 134 1-2, New York ouU as Hie Crackers save Forest • pointed Harry Diduck, 134 3-4: Thompson ragged support. Tbomp-' Brooklyn, 8. son hurled two-hit baU after the j Bancpr, Me. •— Clint Perry. 164, firsl inning, in which Chattanooga iHvannKS, Mass.. outpointed Fran- rnmnop fivi* markers across the Uio Anrlnrcnn 10.9 D/idii,-,/-! i\/i rt o pi ale. The five markers across the Bill Goodman FerrisslsTop Hurler in the National By WALT BYERS New York, Aug. 22 — (UP) — David Boo) Ferriss of Shaw, Miss., and the Boston Red .Sox became the winning'est pitcher in major league baseball today an ho continued to make hay while "the sun shines — a neat trick for n hay ::ever sufferer. Durham, N. C., Aug. 22 — (UP) — The baseball career of one of the St. Louis Cardinals' :nost promising prospects apparently was iin- ished today when Outfielder Hooper Triplet!" was suspended for life for betting against his own team, the Columbus. Ga., club of the South Atlantic League. Minor League President \V. G. had a perfect night at bat with four hits. Mobile ended the 14-gamc winning streak of the Memphis Chicks with a (! to fi triumph in a game of 20 evenly divided hits. Memphis scored three times in the first of the ninth, but the Bears iced t.5ie Same in their hiilf with three bases DII balls and Hoy Nichols' single. Fourth-place Now Orleans had a field day on its home lot and routed the Little Rock Travelers, 12 to 4, on 20 safeties off Jim Mains Dick Callahan pave the Travelers oighl blows. He blanked Little Rock jnl.il the ninth, when four hits ; and '.wo walks accounted for four runs. In the circuit's other till, Rocky Stone of Birmingham scored in the last of the ninth to win his own game fl-om Nashville, 3 to 2. Tonight's games: Chattanooga at Atlanta Memphis at Mobile Nashville at Birmingnam Little Rock at New Orleans. Yesterday's Stars By 1 The Associated Press Del Ennis, Phillies — Homered i in the ninth inning to give the' Phils a 1-0 victory over the Cubs. Si Johnson, Brayes— Stranded 13 runners in pitching the Braves to a 4-3 victory over the Cards. kie Anderson, 102, Portland, Me.,.8. Baseball Scores By The Associated Press j National League Brooklyn U; Pittsburgh 2. Cincinnati 1; New York 2. Philadelphia 1: Chicago 0. Boston 4: St. Louis 3. American League Boston 12; St. Louis 9. New York ]0-, r >; Chicagp 1-4. Philadelphia 4; Detroit 1. Washington 4; Cleveland 3. Southern Association New Orleans 4-4; Little Rock 3-1. Atlanta G; Chattanooga 2". Memphis .3; Mobile 1. Nashville 3'; Birmingham 2. baseball for all-time on evidence that the hard-hitting outfielder had ' While his famous rivals, Bobby : Uramham announced he had' ex- Fel er and Ha Newhouser re- poll d Triplet! from organized mained deadlocked at :'A games, - .... ^ ... defeated in their last outings, the Bosox's sophomore ace gained his 22nd victory of the season although he needed the help of Bob Klinger and a slugging salute by his teammates to quell (he Browns yesterday, 12 to !). wagered' on Columbia, S. C., in. a game with Columbus, Aug. 3. Tripletl, a brother of Triplet!, forrn'er major now with Buffalo in the Interna- Coaker leaguer Itional League, earlier was fined Easy-going, ice cream-loving : $fiO() and suspended 'indefinitely by •Boo" now stands at nis full 'J bally League officials despite his ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply the pair to the police station where lCil l them'when 1 took them up to they were booked on chnr,»es of hini,-or chase the little white rnutt indecent exposure. For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BERWICK'S ' Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark. 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 when the mult ate them- right under his bill. You find your imagination talc- REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-K inK over in sucn cases and here \vi\s Moe .holding out :cor certain exti avugancos in the • production; advantages in the billing, big scenes, a bigger dog to chase instead oC the little wnite mutt and his own pot social and political significance in the story. Lionel Bnn-ymorc was out as the one to call "ccmc on you Moe and get your breakfast Because he voted for Dowev ana Moe wouldnt be found dead in the same production with such a reactionary as me. Me had suddenly realized that the corner of the porch, which he had been frequenting, was the Colony restaurant, where you sometimes find notorious isolationists, such as Adolph Menjnu, and, probably, Barrymore,' when he is in town, and had taken to hanging around the [irst box stall with a dumb, dirty little ewe lamb and a stupid mongrel steer. These had feeling, social feeling for the underprivileg ed, and this was their cub room and the next box stall, their twen- tyone. They dont do so badly there, either. Oats and corn of the very best and very good service and, the greatest advantage of all, a congenial social and political atmosphere. Some people who know little ewe lambs only by hearsay, through poetry and Christmas cards, nave feet, 2 inches with a 'gqo'd chance of winning 30 games in his second year on the big stem. Through treatments by Dr. Francis Kacke- mann, celebrated Back Bay specialist, Ferriss apparently has overcome the "sneezes" which'last season hit him in mid-August harder than.any opposing-hitter. An Irish-Scotchman, who throws a lot of good "stuff" with good control, Ferriss took his 10th in a- row Ihe hard,way yesterday along- Ihe route. to the 30-game marks established in 1912 by Walter Johnson of the Senators and Smoky Joe Wood of the Red Sox. In a 35-hit sJuglest with -the Browns, the Red Sox gave "Boo" tremendous balling support, as Ted Williams hil three ior three and both Rudy York and Bobby Doerr baited in their 100th run cif the year, York adding another later. Starler Bob Muncrief of Ihe Browns look his shower in Ihe second, when the Red Sox scored seven times, while Klinger pitched the last three and two-third innings for the Sox. Ferriss said, however, that his protests that he was "only fooling around and had no malicious in- tunt" when he bet on the South Carolinans. Bramham, pointing out lhal Triplett had the right to appeal his decision to uie minor league executive committee, said he believed the lifetime suspension would be best for both organized baseball and Hie player. , Triplell was one of ihe rising, young stavs in the St. Louiii Cardl.r rials'[farm chain, of which Columbus is a member. A loose-swing distance hitter, Triplet! showed great promise at Columbus before Ihe war. Discharged from the army this spring, Triplet! had picked up his fast pace and was balling .315 when suspended. . Does Yowr Bach Get Tired? will relieve l>ack« fatigue—give you restful posture. MRS. RUTH DOZIER 216 S. Hervey Phone 942-J 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. HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76 a mistaken idea. It says in poem that it "was against the the WANTED SALESLADIES Permanent Position Experience Necessary Apply at Chas, A, Haynes Co. , «:i •• '«.-.. •..,.- — ;*, - * Second and Main LifrtSe Rock Club Takes Honors in Swim Meet Little Rock, Aug. 22 —(IP)— The co-title favorites go into action again tonight in the men's divi- ; LAWN-MOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. : '30:-Ye'a'rs Experience I specialize in Repairs and -' ' Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J . So. Main St. ., j j j i, *-* fc»*-l J J1 bUIIl&HL 111 lilt .11 iv,i J J vjit*- exist was not due to recurrence of sion r tn stale soi ' t ball Inurney the hay fever sneezes which came FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Smah • ANDERSON BROS. • uile for Marys little lamb to fol- l(i\v her to school that day but. bv a convenient mission, typical of New Deal and Hollywood propa- Kanda, it doesnt say why it was. It 1 you know lambs at all by experience, you wont blame the teacher. No brains, no manners, no decency. On the set, in the press interviews, in the productions, they are so swoel. You want to cuddle (hem and take them to Mike Romanoffs restaurant in Hollywood and be seen with them at the Stork but, on closer acquaintance, you realize that they are unspeakably .stupid and self-centered and that the beautiful issusion that people have is just the result of prolonged publicity and deliberate washing and combing and prepared script and resolute cuts in the film where they are not acting and really are themselves. From the standpoint of morals, they are little tramp:;. Bums. They can simper and ba-a-a and gambol so prettily and, east in spiritual productions, they can melt you down but cloiu 140 inquiring into their private lives if you want to preserve that beautiful illusion. Pigeons, too, especially white ones. In stained glass windows, on altar;, on castor cards ,they share equal billing and opportunities with 'lie lambs but dont let them have he run of the place, all they are along when he had a 19-4 record last year and :forccd him to end up with a 21-10 mark. The 24-year- old southerner has dropped only four games this year. Billy (The Kid) Southworlh made his last 194G appearance at St. Louis a winning one, onco.again proving his mastery at picking spots for his pitchers. Me sent 37-year-old Si Johnson against the Cardinals and the aging rigiv.tiand- er, making his first start, since July 31, went the route to hurl iho Boston Braves to a 4 to .1 victory over St. Louis, dropping the Heci- birds a game and a half, behind the Dodgers who routed Pittsburgh, H to 2. In winning his second game of the season, Johnson drove Nanny Vernandez wilh proved to be the winning run in the top hall of the ninth and ihen urvived a shaky last la ft of the ilnth when Enos Slaughter ilammed his 10th homer of the easpn to pull the Cardinals vo ,vithin one run. The Dodgers, turning on ihe rates who walloped them Tues- with both of them — Worthen Bankers and Morgan Insurance, both of Little Hock — expected to remain undefeated. Worthen meets Dardanelle am? Morgan tangles with Pine Bluff Coca Cola. The two losers will meet third game. in lay, 10 to 0, backed up southpaw T oe Hatlen's eiaht-hit hiirlon-- with 1 hits, including Howie Shullz' ingle and and Bruce Edwards' double in the big three-run oighlh. In the American Icage, the Ath- olics dove Virgil (Fire) TrucKs. o the showers in the sixth and vent on to defeat the Detroit Tigers, 4 1o 1. It was Detroit's YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mqttress Co. For better wort.) at better prices— Old beds made new and new beds rnade too — •• • • • We Call for and Deliver Anywhere One day service in. town — Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 1 52 411 S. Hg*el Undefeated Pine Bluff Meyer's Bakery handed Litlle Rock Dr. Pepper its first defeat, 4-1. in the women's bracket which occupied the spotlight last night. Pine Bluff Roll-or-Bowl defeated Monticello, K-7. A third Pine Bluff women's loam, •44-Taxi, was eliminated by Seven-tip of Little Rock, 91-. BerJira Stadium Rebuilt for Army Sports Carnival Berlin, Aug. 22 — (/P>— More than .'iOO Oennan workmen swarmed over Berlin's vast Olympic stadium loday, refurbishing it "or the biggest international sports carnival hero since prewar days— the Armed Forces Euivjpean Theater Track and Field championships to be held Sept. 7 and 3. In the stadium where Hitler and lis cohorls once strutted at huge Na/.i party rallies, the athletes of these United Nations will compete: Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Franco, Great Britain, Greece, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Russia and the United Stales. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHSYER Plumbing « Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. or ever hope to be is just what has >een written into the script which s made up out of somebodys head md nothing but a tissue Vf lies 3a-a-a and coo-coo-coo! It beats me what people by the gem-rations see- so pretty in ba-a-a and coo-csio-coo, especially about economics and foreign relations. Moe, in his act, is always rearing that silver crest and clapping us bill and narrowing those yellow eyes in lhat glare .like a professional new dealer making set Doug /fl'TV' Carl Bacon 'vrfi « f Jones ELECTRIC CO. — . for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs fourth defeat, in a row, the world champions' longest losing streak since early May when they speech to a gang of underworld war profiteers in dvnuiu-uition quislings among us, ;"or $2 000 and expenses. You can see huw convincing he is when he took in Jimmy Powers but I have seen his like around Washington and Hollywood and the expensive places in' New York and I wasnl forgetting, \viipn he sremed so dpeii in mourning for his hens that Ural, that he" lel'i them to the fox and beat it /or ihe barn, saving his own life at the cost of theirs. A Muscovy, or Russian duck ho is, but let me shut off the rations in the box stalls, let me turn on the ec9nomic pressure, that is, and you will find him back for his crackers at the Colony at the corner of the porch, as reactionary as George Spelvin, the canary who sings for his supper and light stuff exclusively, that doesnt pretend to think, and makes no bones about it. dropped seven straignt. The second - place Yankees moved three and a half games ahead of the Tigers by sweeping a doubleheader from the White Sox, 10 to 1, and 5 to 4. Spud Chandler gained his HHh victory in (he opener, aided py Joe DiMaggio's 21st. Aaron Robinson's 15th and Charley Keller's; ''ith homers while pinch - hitter Nick Ettun's single in the 12th inning won the nightcap after D- Maggio hit his 2/Jnd nomer earlier in the game. In ;i jiighl game al Washington, the Senators defeated Cleveland ,ain, 4 to 3, behind Early i Wynn's eight-hit, hurling, while in "••" ,iat'<in<>l Jc'fue Hush Mnlcuhy shut out the Cubs in four hits to hurl the Phillies to a 1 to 0 victory, his third. REED MOTOR CO. 103 East Division Si. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop o Complete Paint Shop COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phoijp 174 21§ «. M»ln WANTED Forked Leaf White Oak and Cow Oak Clear and Clean Overcup Logs For prices and more detail Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Arkansas Rohwer Property to Be Up for Sale h> Veis Liltlc Rock. Aug. 21 — iVP)—. A widf variety of surplus- gtiverh"- nicnt property will be offeree! *f6r sale to government" agencies I'ilrjd Wai- veterans at the llohw^ivJap- ahesc Relocation center near, McGehee next week, the .War.'••Assets Administration announced today. The sale will bo HIP lifjll "sale at the site" in Ai Kansas.* f •.'Government agencies Will be given first choice on purchase of the items' -with veterans allowed 16 makoi'litftc'nascs Aut!. '20-30. C. S. '"'hri'stiail'- regional director Tor th? WA-A; ^£iid..' , ;,/'.'„;•, The surplus items include: cafeteria equipment, kitchen cqihp- ment, surgical equipment, fife-extinguishers, .office furniture, rnili-, tary beds .small farm plows, nota- | to and onion bags, poultry fountains and brooders. , FOR SALE 1 3 /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 Dally 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, P X |CK-UP, OELIVERY, INSTALLING ALLG!'_s Interested-in • Contact Vet Office or B. L. Rettig ''at 1 the airport • Flight Instructions ? M VM> " • Rides', - . . o Charter Trips HOPE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT Agent .for SCAT Airline is for Do you get a dividen'd on your fire insurance? Each year our companies return millions of dollars to policyholders. You can also save at least 20 per- centyby insuring \w]th us! •*•. 'Foster-Ellis 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. "Texorkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. LET US KEEP YOUR CAR We have an adequate stock of parts for all makes of cars. 'MANBEE' Wheel Alignment System and Wheel balancer. Drum turning lathe and 'ALLEN' motor tune up test equipment. Come in for an estimate on any job. " , r Shop Foreman . . .Eddie'.Craine .,". , Mechanics— Ernest Rogers B ; ill-EIledge• Cecil Godwin E..W. Downs Gerald Reyenga HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 .... in 10 Msnutes! 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 want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cosh. Ask for Mr. Me Lorry, at Hope Auto Co. i t! : ^^

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