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Inc.; 160J til 1 Term., 903 T.xo. ngllat 3, T*xai; 140 N. ^mv^'Wi fMtroll 3, Mich,; Oklahoma City J, , f Pf»M! clottd Pttu n •mtii«cj »*• t (h* o»i lor i«uubiicoilori S'lKoi ntwi pilniod in liili ift.w HO « on AP Canted ti, &OX 4, LowUvlllo, Ar 30-71 Wnl«h» Hbout 100(1 h«i« urn*, ol & *lnco .tune ID, 3 n\llos out on Emniot High s-;u ait Columbus For Sal* MUST Rtor Elm ftt. Hope, 100 PIANOS null ImmedlnUlr to *top 203 B, I7-lm POLL ffrnf/nd mnn with Moii'low Hunch c.'u Wnrd, I'tPxntl, Ark, 17-12 10,000 FKKT or tiny |»«rt I" Blnn- d»rtt pipe ux«<l nlnln mil «tr»od for wiilfr, KO* or nil, Jli/i"? Mfg. Co., IHmnc 7-:in<7. l»'15t NK'K 3 riwm IKIIIH*,' (in rtnul)l<; lot (m Knot 3rd Slirtl. Iti'imoiinlilo firit'f. WrltH I. W, Sprirks. Hox 7.17, llnliliK, Ni'w M»'Xli.-«i, or rail 7-,'lH7 Ihi! 4lh or Alh of July, ;io m HONKV (itifl p>>afh«i«. Mid rotiill, I-;x|ici Inicnl rhiimt 7-445H, J'laiclm Monday, Wi-ilnodfJ/iy, j-' I fit 7',V Ki'ljKldiilrr; 1 rcfrlKM-nlur, I'nii!- lleiilly new, |2(W. l-'lnyd Wm.'.l, Ht, ft, J'iPdt'rilt, ArltJiii«»». Mt 2 IIOOM hnuon, lliilliiwnii, K»II, fltielrlulty, 1 nt-rtt lunil, l''(iX, 400 fioiith Klin »U lJl.SC Jl l''»rmull «t To|.i';-T jilnw fur Model Tr«ctor. Cim bn ncfn MAGIC Chef rniiKt'. Kxrclli-nl i'"ii (Illlon. Now otitdonr Chnn-oiil CJrlll, PhoMu 7-4(IXi, 7-,'lt JII.UK Tlrk, rod hum-, hlm-k mul lint hound iMippltiH, '.I'D he sold in 0. K, D(iii({lii»' Iho Illli tlniii the IJith of July. 7-;it S ROOM niodcrti IIOIIHC with Ri-n dfx iiutoinntlc' wiitihcr. 7Id Ailnlr J(l!10 tlrnvn ninl H«,MIIII*' monthly fiwymi'titH uf |aa,;iii, •) loin iflO x aiH).JlOHHlun Kniicl, '( inllr friiin $111111. Molirin* Cii-iint, 710 Alliilr. NKWI.Y J'hnnc For Rent ili-( MI died ;i iilifirtini'iit, riiuin Hill W, H (II un- •llli I ill •SMAI.t. furnlohiHl itpnrtnu'iit. 1VI- Viitu biith, KltnMrlc r«'frlKcriilor. piild. SH K, Third, hull), UlIlltiOH !.««. St. Phone piild, 7-3MI3, ! N, r>..'U NICE four ronni fiirnUlu'd nitnrttvit'iit. FritiUliili-i*, linrdwond; fUioi-H, lluth utul hull rciU'fonil- pt.l. 1'rlvnUi t-nti mift>n, tinrnko. Mrs. 1', I:'., Cook, Dot) W. AVI-, •», Phono MB$4, 7-St HOOM fui-nlshwl houH^ftt ric-W>r- Uint 7-llt ly Hill*. 1307 Smith Jk-rvoy. Female Help Wanted MMEDIATE plucoiivnl, Avon Pi'Oductn only two opiMtlni,'* in Ifor^a for wonutn Intorvstod in innklnK money, for InturvU-w, \Vi1tO Hox ''B" c.'o llo(ia Stnr. THIS Diamond Cafe will pny m (jood nteiuly vxptificni-ud svnlt rosh $fl,0() pi-r day. phut niuub And tips. S<><« Mrs*. Ciu-roll, 7-tH Male Help Wonted ft YJbJAli old ft't-d contpuny lorrltorlCH ovu'ii in unit KurroundliiK counik-s full or pint ttiYio UKO S-"i t<> 3A. No Homo nlKlilo. Cur Good, cluiiu-o for Wrlto Uox "X" co Ho|>» luiti lliio Itir Stnr, 7-H Notice HAUL, unit Dproad -sand |K33 yard Qravftl nvttilnblc. Foy jlanuviuni 1'honw 7-2860, Jil-lM f t A H *A* hh i twi ^ Political Announcements Th« ftter it •utftorlctd to •rutotmoa that tb« following urn e*nrildat«f far public oittct •ubjvct to th* action nt th« Democratic primary eloctlonj; Per Tax Aoeator CHIT STUART For Circuit Cl«rk OAK Kim WttAM S, A. (Hpcf'iy) HUTSQN Top Radio Program! NKW YORK NBC — 7 Bra r lit Pimm-Mid; 7:30 Oral*; A Mc*l Your Match. CBS »- 7 Piwptt Art runny; 7:30 Mr. and Mr* North; 8 Lineup Dm- rha, ARC — 7 John Daley; 7:30 Kmh! Norrin Drama. MBS .... 7 Jimmy Kllctdtc Stoiv, Carroll; 7:30 ! Wr<lMi.'iuluy projiriinifi: N'l'.f 0 n. rii. Wi-lcomo Travel! <-M CHS B a tn Oodfrt-y Time,.. ! Ab<: 9 ». m, My Slory Mrornn., MILS 10:30 a, m Wui'cn For a Bay. for Rcpraienlatlva TALBOT FElf.D JR. for County Judo* ci.AOn n. surroN U, O. <i A It Ft KIT FRlCO A. I.UCK For Sheriff, C. COOK for Alderman Ward 1 JO IS Hit ITT R. C. (l»oli) DANIELS JOK JONKS For Alderman Ward Z FOKIJ JOHNSON UWKWT illlMJWU, J'AUI. HALEY For Aldirman Ward I H. I,. HK/mO fitato Senate TOM J, SII.VKY Olt, K. C, CROW Chancellor (Flret DlvUlon, 6th District) WKSI.KV linWAIU) A. I', fiTKKI. far Conurea* OltKN IIAIMIIS Sports in Brief By The Auoelatari Pfttt BOXING Pim.AnKU'HIA -- KKI (i.ivi- I a ml Mii.'1-i'H.ifiiltu iii-frn<U'il his \vnrkl \\iilu-rwi-tnht chiimpitm.Hliip li.v xti>HiliiK CHI Turner in tin- IIHi ii-iiiu! nf llu-lr tlili- fijilU. OOLF ST, ANNKS UN SKA, Km;, (it'tH' Sarii/i'ii, fli'i'itiiinluwn, N. Y., .'ilidl M (HI in tin- rir.'ii i|uiili(,yiii)! iflitl of tin- Hi ill:.Il ll|ii-n MIAMI, Ha. Duh IV,i;an. Wr-4, I'lilni llciirh. wii-i Ihc- only player " liii'nU piii in Ihi' n|ii-iiiiii: round if tin- Niilliiiuil l-'iihlii- Links. TENNIS (MIK'AGO r-i|;hth i.crdcd t.os Ani'i-lrs, wii>, llu- li|>scl victim in Ilir up uf tin- Niitloiiiil t'liiy Cotton State League Mi-rldlim Monrne I'lnc- (Huff IM Do, ado Mm Siii-inu (;rrt-n\-i!le W 47 4.1 39 40 3H .IB 30 21) I, 20 S3 37 30 38 30 4S 49 Pet .fliir .577 .913 520 .500 .494 .400 .372 Nationals Favored in All-Star SPORTS ROUNDUP By QAYUE TALBOT. I. By HAROLD CLASSEN t (po r QAYLE TALBOT) j NKW YOHK i,P They arc- tit il ajtain those fallows who muit, BUI' sports questions to which. lh»>rc i>r<- no precise unswcrs, Thhi time thi- debate revolves around youiiK Bob Mnthiajt and the ancient; Jim Thorpe. Which i-s the greaterj HlhleU-? . Four yrnrs ago at London. 1 Mathlns. only 17 and a high school! nthlftr. won the Olympic dec-all;-' Inn title. In cloinji it he- hctU-i <-d, live m;irks Thoi pe hung up in! winning the event in 1912 and tiod the Indian in a sixth. Thorpe v»a.<, 21 .it the time. l-.iist week Malhias, now a grow-' ir.« ill, won the Olympic decnlhl.in : Iryouls anaiii. This time hi.- sur-j ovi-rxily In | t , a .ssf.d thr Indian's marks in nine undermanned liuU; rvcntjl und compiled so many points he broke the V. I.list | Monroe I'im ivilli- il ("Iri'cnwijufl 0 c/. 7-V Merlrllnn 3-t o 7 !•;! Doriiclu (I HUiff V Hot SprlnKH KprlliK* lit I'lnc Bluff rnf M! El Oorndu rinviinil iit Greenville chc/ ;il Mt-rldlun Southern Aruoclatlon New Orli.-nivi ('hiittriiuiOR;i Alliiutu Moliilc M.i-ilii-lllc Mil iniiiKli.'iin Little Hock W *fl 47 -41 4!) 43 40 .'III 37 L 40 38 HU 42 45 40 47 50 results: By RALPH BERNSTEIN PHILADELPHIA- 1*1 - Every thing points inward a third straight National League victory In the 19th, annual all-gtmr gome today. The; National* hnvc th« pitching, power; and a crippled opponent. | The only thing Manafier Cn.soy; Strnrfrl of the Amcriron Lcagui'! Ii promlAliiK at the moment Is to •how . up. Hu'll b« minus two nfj his lii-iil pitchers, his third hasc- niiin and will start with an In-i jui cd renter fleldi.T. i Hut Old Cn»«r hus proved himself | n niustiT at tin- pn»t. ills jijust nilKht upsi't the 7 lo 5 odd; -I iiiMln-a them. ; A capacity crowd of 32,785 pay-, liiK nomi.' $189,000 Into the plnyur'.s \ petiHion fund will be on hand to vvntch the men more thon three' million funs voted baseball's out- ; iitiiiulinx p I u y <• r s. Additionally. $tr>,000 will be stashed away In I the till from television receipts. ' If tho weather man's prediction of a cloudy, warm, humid day is correct, Manager I.,eo Durocher of j the Nationals will start the fire-' bulling yonnij Philadelphia phlllles'! lefthander, Curt Simmons. He'll be! faced by the veteran Vic Raschi,; S'.i.'fiKe's righthnnded money pit- ! cher fiom the Yankees. ' StenKel's first two choices, the uinur.lng mile of Philudelphia, Bobby Shunt/., und Allle Reynolds, bi«! Yankee righthander, ore on the In-! Juied list. | Stengel has alsfo lost George Kell.i .. r )-l71 brilliant third sacker of the Boston; .5311 lied Sox, who Is sidelined by a j .-1111) jiruin injury, Noil DIMuKKio, also ,4(iri of the lied Sox, will start in center .434 despite a lex injury. He'll prob- .425 ably be replaced uftor threu inn- in>'.s by tho Ylinkee.s' Mickey Mantle. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-4474 Or bring Items to Miss Turner •t Hicks Funeral Home Pet. .3.11 .547 fi illl (14 nnr. •> , r i ninnlni!hani 2 .i 14 New UrU'lltlS .1 linelt 4 Nashville '.} ;il Little flock ('hultmiiiotfa iit Mcmphi.4 Mil iiuiii'liain at Mobile Atl.inu ill Ni.-w Orlciins JVrr.v niiijor und Illl-et. GENERAL SKATTI.K Stanley ill live Slo-Mo-SImn IV lo ; hydroplane upecd rei-ord o! I low per hour, lieltennij lloh only nin;; Legal Notice AN ORDINANCE NO. 094 ESTABLISHING STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 20 WHKKKAS, parlies elaimiiiK In bo tlu* owners 1,1 f two tl'.lnl.s In as- Kest-ed vnlue of the pi•(ipocly local-! oil within the tei-riloiy heroiniiftt*r! deiterlbed luive fllinl a petltiun Him iin improvement dis- be I'MtubllslH'il for the purpose hereiiuiller set out. \VHKHK;AS, Hltei due nollee ao retpiiri-d by law, the City Council ot the City of Hope IUIK heard all parlies deviriiu; tu be heard, and iuix iineerliUned that >.ald petition Was sinned by Uvo-ditids in assessed value o( (he owners of real property within said lei i Hoi,v; NOW. T1IKHWOIU':. MK IT Oil- DA1NKU by (he Oly C'ouneil of the qity uf Hope: 'Section 1. Then- is hereby es- ttibllsheil tin improvement district otnl»i'!icing the following property; L Lots I. •'. .1. 4. ;» and ti 'in Jllook HI; Lots I, '.!, :i. 4. n, and tl In Ulock «a; Lots '!, it. !), 10. II and II! in lllocl; 17; Lots |i, 10. 11 and li in Hloek III; all beinji ori^iiuil HltK-ks ui 'the City of vllopo, Ar- Monday'* Minor League Rctulti By The Associated Press Cointsj INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE K.illlmore (i Montreal 3 Buffalo 11 Hoehester a Siiyres Hynu une 4 Springfield 1 world 'li.'i'onto 4 Ottawa 1 17(1.1117 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION the old Chiirleston 'J-3 Columbus 0-0 Kansas City at Mlswuukee .Postponed rain Only Kami's scheduled PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE No j;;nnes schedllletl TEXAS LEAGUE Tulsii 7 Kl, Worth 4 Slueveperl 7 Btummont 0 S:ui Antonio V Houston 3 1'allns at Okliihuma City, postponed wet grounds SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Memphis U Chattanooga 5 Little Rock 4 Nashville 3 Atlanta 14 New Orleans 5 Mobile f> IlirmliiKhum 2 Fights Last Night By Tho Associated Pren I'llll.ADKLl'HlA Wulter- wi-ltiht champion Kid Gnvilan, Utl, llnvanii, Cuba, stopped Oil Turner, J-H 1 ..., I'lillaiU-lphia ill-tilli) btnili. MONTHKAl. — Arinnnd Snvolo, Ulf>, C'anadu, uutpointed Johnny iJu'i-o, M.V» 4 , Caniula (12), i HHOOKLVN — Gone Tekach,! thV, Tn-nton, N. J.. outpointed Siilj Ul Guurdlii, 135',. New York i8>.l Houston's Loss String Now Totals 10 DALLAS UP!---Sixteen g;imes ago — when the Houston Huffs were in second place in the Texas League — it was no .sin to be last, for the moat a club had lagged was nine games. But the one-time bright hopes of Houston last night were flickering on the end of a 10-game losing iUreiik us San Antonio handed the Buffs a 7-li beating, putting them Kist in the race by 12 full games. Their loss was the 15th of the last IG names. Dullus, Inactive when rain halted its game nt Oklahoma City, upped il.s first place hold to 4'u games. Second place Beaumont bowed to Shivvvport 7-0. It also look seven runs to win Ihi' other game as Tula;; tipped Ft. Worth 7-4. j Halph Butler, going all the way j for Ft. Worth, practically lost tho | C.als' game in the first inning when I ho served up three hits, three | walks, a balk and two wild pitches, good for four Tulsa runs. Hob Cm-ley picked up the decision on a 7-hit job, his seventh verdict. broke the (J. S. record i.'\en before toeing the mark in the lOlh. . Al the Tulare trials Mathias; piled up 7,i!2") points, wiping out I hi.'; own national mark of 7.444 1 points. ; Dan Ferris, national AAU secre- tary-ti (insurer who saw Thorpe at' Stockholm and will see Malhias fit Helsinki, says, "You'd have to say Mathias was the better all- 1 around decathlon man because of] his recoid. But with modern training Thorpe probably would have been as i;ood." ' When it comes to other sports, • you probably must give Thorpe the edge. i Old Jim. whose Olympic achieve-1 mcnts were erased because he had, professionalized himself by playing pro-ball before going to Sweden was an outstanding football player, reached the major league in baseball and excelled in biuiketball. lacrosse, tennis, handball, hockey, .swimming and wrestling. But Mathias isn't a slouch in other sports either. In high school he was a track and football wonder and starred as well in basketball and baseball. II was Mathias, now (i-2 and 20(1 pounds, who went 98 yards with a ;ickol'f return against Southern California last fall for a touch- 1 down that helped put :st:inferd in i the Hose Bowl against Illinois. i The Gospel Harmonelts, singers! of Ihis cily. gave a party at the | home of Mis.ses Alice and Jessie] Witherspoon honoring Miss Bentrice Drloney. bride-elect of Cpl. Adolph Smith. The guest list included: Mrs. Sampson Coleman, Mrs. Grant Allen. Mrs. James F. Perry, Miss Annie M. Muldrow, Mrs. Wadie Slewarl. Miss Mary Harris, Misses Louise and Bobby J. Deloney, Crayton Kpps, Iloscou Smith, Jerry 1). Ueloney, Kurdell Ueloney, Misses Ruby, Catherine and Earn- esline Block. Richard McGough, Archie McGough, Jinunie Shuw, Marie Shaw, Junior Tyus and 1 native Mrs. Leatricc Brown of Los Angeles. Prides Beot Locals by Score 10 to 1 The Red River PIrdcs defeated Hope's Legionnaires 10 to | Monday night in a game played tft the arsenal v/est of Ttxantaha. Benefield, new jtartet for Hope, was wild ft times, but.he pitched qn virtually even terms with the-Tex« arkana inonndsman, Pearce. ^JBene- field gave up 8 hits and Peavce 7. But Hope made four errors behind Benefield. and failed to hit in the clinches — ami that was the story of the ball game. Republicans of Arkansas in Caucus The American ITi of Hope will !! o'clock at the Woodmen Camp moot tonight at Hall. A lawn party was tfiven at the home of Miss Doris McCIcndon Friday. July 4. Out-of-town guests were Miss Maxinu Hamilton of Now York City, Cpl. and Mrs. Til- iium Ross of Gary, Incl. and C>jl. Harvey Moore of Fail-child, Wash- Townsond. iriKton. D. C. ! porter the CHICAGO W — Arkansas delegates to the Republican Convention called their initial caucus today to consider moves and strategy. The rcut'us came after anothor of the state General Douglas A. Mac-Arthur — last night stole the convention keynote ith a ringing, hour-long address critical 01 domestic and foreign policies o£ the- Democratic administration. In recognition of the fact that Mat-Arthur is an Arkansan — a native ot Little Rock — Mrs. A. C. Remmel of Little Rock was chosen as one of those to escort the General to the speaker's rostrum last night. Delegation Chairman W a 1 l.a C'.P Little Rock, told a rp- Arkansas caucus today j! Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams of | Kansas City, Mo., are visiting Mr. i and Mrs. Johnnie Williams and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Benton. When ice flouts on water, only ;;bout onc-.nlnth of its bulk is abovt Ihe surface. Mrs. Henry Madison and Phil McC vi Louis and Kansas City, Mo. j would be closed and would be devoted to a number of matters. One of the matters to come up may be Arkansas' procedure when the roll of states is called for nomination of candidates. Arkansas being third on the list hasNi choice WcCown of Fulton left Saturday to 1 Position and co-.ikl nominate or sec- ,'i.sit friends and relatives in St. ontl a candidate or yield to some Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graves of Detroit, .Mich., are visiting Mi. and Mrs. Ned Crockett, and other relatives. • It's a Truie Rat-Race in the Southern By The Associated Press The Southern Association pennant chase is in the rat-race. staj{e only one same separates the first division teams and sixth-place HirmiiiKham is only 7 I; _> games off Ihe pace. The only thing that kept New Orleans from" tumbliiif' from league lead last night was the sudden revival of the cellar-dwell- 'ntf Memphis. The Chicks downed Chattanooga's Lookouts 6-5 in a 1-l-inning marathon. If the Lookouts had won, theyj would have edged ahead of Ncw| Orleans by one percentage point. I Atlanta stomped New Orleans M-3 on a H-hit barrage to tie with Chattanooga for second place, half i game behind the Pels. Mobile ended its (i-gamo losing <lreak by scoring five runs in the 'list inning and holding on for a i-2 decision over Birmingham. Little Hock relief hurler Ale McNeilance, who pitched to one nan Sunday ancf* got credit for i Mrs. 1C I In Ilurvy and children ot | j Ti-xiirkiinu nru visiting Mrs. Delia j Muldruw :ind Mrs. Ethc-1 Bizzcllu. Mr. hdine Robert Porter died at his in Columbus July (i. Funeral {i-nu-nls are inconipluli:. Julius Walker died in Little Rock July (i. Funeral services will be Thursday, Hicks Funeral Home in charge. Lawson Reed died at his home in Hope. July ii. Funeral service's were held today (Tuesday! at Garrett Chapel Baptist church. Burial will be in St. Mnrks Cemetery. .'t to P, T. Stnuiis huit tunvod his ln\v to Uu> fourth flow of the Klrsl Nutionul Bank Uuildlrtg, Kootus 400, llap'o, Arkiinsiis. 7-tlt '.'.' 3, tl, », Legal Notice No, 7«(W In tho Chancery Court of lU'inpsio.ul County, Ark. 3Un F Dyvrs and Uachel Gibson Byer* .... ... Plaintiffs Mrs. M. K. Robert % s!' Et Al „ ...... .„. Defendants WARNING OIUIKH 3, Nnilh V.'i' uf l.iilx I unit 2 UloOU l!>; North Half ««f Lots I ttnd a in Hlm-k •.'; Niirtli Iliilf LolM I iiml '.' in HKu l( ;i; all of I)K 1: all IH-IIIK in IVtml'.s Aiklition tlu> Cil.v of Hnpo. Arkiins;i.s. 3. l,ot 1 in Ittoi'k 1; I,nts I, 'J. 4, S. mul ii in Uloi'k ,t; Lots 7 10, II und IL 1 in Hluck -t; nil hi> v , ri'sli'r Addition to tho City of Hope, A rK, •t. Ti'iii-ts tiKI, 6K2, OKI, tiKi, tKitl, tuul tiUV, ai-oordirii; to tho ro- visoii niui ufficinl map of llopo Arkansas fiU-,1 on the ISlh day of AKiroh III lit. 5 Tho Missouri-V'aoifio railroad fiitht-of-\vn,v front tho Ivast Ijnund- ury lino of tho H»ii>l Stroot crossing to tho \Vost boundary lino of tho O'Noal Crossing. for tho purpose of iniviui; with b|. s surfacing* %.ll)iout curbs race. stiimlnrd b^ nioro tluin 18 inph. | tIAl.lKAX TioondoroK.1, a 72-1 ! font Aim-rk-iin koloh, was the first >n j ul lour yachts to finish in the 7,10- n ilr Dt-riinKlu-to-Iliillfu RACING NKW YOHK Whithoi won ilu- 7-furlonu classiti cup .it Aqueduct. OCKAN PORT. N. J. — l.ono Shadow t$5.80> captured the fou- OUT OF DOORS with turod Hurry Basset Purse ut mouth Park. PAWTUCKKT. R. I. t$ll!.-iOi triumphed ill UUiok Uluiut Purse at Narruguu soit Park. CHICAGO — Dry .Run i$12.40) r,-ico»l lo victory in the featured $4,AQO Mnplowood Stakes nt Arlington, wl'.ilo Challcote t$8.UO) tiul- lopod to tho fastest mile of the iiuotiiiK —1:35 4-5 — in the seventh race. Introduction to Canine Show Biz By JOE STETSON Dog Editor Bud StanUin hus n great Dane. ($10.20i! ] t - s nol big 'us its kind ^oes. but d hundi-j neither is Bud. In fuel, I think they both weigh about the sumo, around 130 pounds. 1 iiucss Bud was pretty eon- Legal Notice defendants, ttorlhu Hnmllor. Howard Nichols, Q«i^ Nidu>)», Ward Nichols. Elsie Nichols, Doris nuncun \V. Nlehols und nre in this Olln F. Gibson By«rt. '.and as Cl»fk, id Court, this Kvans Clerk Jlstriot shall bo known as 1 __ Stu«et Jinprovoniont Oistiu-i Noj ORDINANCE NUMBER 696 and W, II. Guntor, Tom Koxroatj AN OKOINANCE TO UE AN OR and Jack Lovvo conunissiotvors. tho Uiumi i,t iut> hoioby tiunuMl ooniposoi loi .sakil Soctiwv 8. This ordinanco shult Uiko effect uiui bi> in force from and alter its pajssaso. Section 3, Because the public health and welfare oJT ihe 1UNANCK KNTITLEU "AN OK- 1HNANCE AMENDING PAUA- UUAPH FIVE «5I OK SECTION TWQ *2» OF OKDINANCE *NUMBfc.R 6*12. AND KOR OTHER HUH POSES." jjEO. 3 » Ue it ordained by the City Council of the City of H«|>e. Arkaivws. that . . the district will l>» improved byj Haragruph Kivo (5t of Section Two > the prompt paving of the siiceix in this district und because it is more economical for the properly _ owners to have this improvemisit I district included in the general pav- program of the City of Hope it hereby declared necessary for of Ordinance tuunber M2. passed and vjjproved November 7, 1951), b« amended to read as follows. to-\vil "Huiasruph 5. On South Walnut street from East Division Street to Kast Foiuth Street." of the public j That all Ordinances, or parts of safety and welfare i Ordinances, in conflict herewith are is declared to exist j hereby repealed and this Ordv take effect . nance slull be vt full force. «nd ef- und aftet K-cl from and after it's passage and ..... Passed and approved thi») day of July. 1W2. John L. WiUou Mun-1 jicioits of what might happen if | the dog was not kept under con- —Goyondi-r | tn)li so Ml . has done a good job the $3,000 j of icail breaking lu'in and keeping him from jumping up. As far us the house goes. I guess Mrs. Bud keeps, nicknacks off the table tops or the dog's tail does. Bud's new problem is gotting the dog ready for show: 1 don't know exactly where ho got the idea, but 1 can imagino. It usually goes something like this — You're walking your dog down the street and some thrilling lover of all dogs is overcome by the dog's shiny coat or cow eyes or what have you and exclaims, "My, what u beautiful dog. Isn't he just perfect? Have you over shown him?" Well, folks, thill's all it takes. Sell yourself on the fact that the character probably doesn't even know your dog's breed and that she'd suy nice things about any dumb animal that breathes and still the idea of showing keeps in your mind until decide you'll do it, regard«l the next opportunity, it was with Bud and he stopped in alter work last week to jet the low down. "First file his toensUs," I told him, "as short as the quick will •llgw. snioolu and rounded. It helps to make the feet look well formed with toes truu. «rch«d and close together. Clip his whiskers •ud eyebrows. U gives Uve head a OMM»4J!*<ui cut look. Brush out *v«ry bit* ol oW dead hair and liMtt trim aay scraxgly looking bU underline, 27 Arkansans Due Home From Korea SAN FRANCISCO — (UP) — A tct;il of 27 Arkansas men were scheduled to arrive at the port of i mbarknlion' here today from the Korean area aboard the USNS Aiken Victory. They are among 1,3-14 combat veterans returning on rotation leave. The Arkansas men included: Sfc* Claude A. Austin of 320' Hobson Ave, Hot Springs. Pfc Franklin D. Durham, general delivery, the victory, did the same thing again last night. Milo Johnson pitched 6-hit ball until the ninth when McNeilance took over with two men out and two on. Ale got the next batter out to give the Travelers a 4-3 victory over Nashville, their third straight. Ralph Novotney hit a homer and a triple for the Vols. Pinch hitter Alex do La Gar/.a singled home L.iltle Hock's winning run. Attention Farmers: You can plant the following' feed crops as lare as July 20th: • Funks G. #46 Hybrid Seed Corn • Sweet Sudan • Combine Milo • Hegari • Whipporwill and Table Peas. MONTS SEED STORE 310 E. 2nd. son * s* you less, on the sleek side, and make sure that his eyes are clean and clear. If his teeth aren't sparkling white, use some baking soda on cotton to scrub them clean. "Clean inside his ears carefully with mineral oil on a bit of cotton with a dull applicator." "That I can do," said Bud. "Is that all?" "No. you must accustom him to stat.ding at attention with a short \ lead while strangers walk around him and then have a few people, one at a lime, go over him as a judge would to examine him. checking his mouth, feet and back. Then teach him to gait back and forth at walk and trot in a relatively small place." "Say triend," Bud said meekly, "will you show him for me?" "No sir!" 1 answered, "This is only the beginning ot your education. You'll get the rest ia the 1000 JOBS OPEN Boeing Airplane Company's Wichita [Kansas) Division urgently needs more than 1000 additional skilled men I Boeing also n««dt many unskllUd m«n. Boeing is producing the 600-MPH B-47 Strgtojet —- the world's fastest bomber, Boeing has long been known as fhe pioneer of both heavy military bombers and long-range airline transports. J WRITE FOR BOOKLET II you ar» unablt t« p«ftonolly vljll our «>pl«yiii«nl wir* or writ* lor an «nploy«*nl applicollgn and 9 copy ol a d«icriplivt booklil about loilog and lh« elly «f Wlthilo. Addrtu E«p!oym»nl Manojtr, letlag Alrplgnt Company, 233 N. Wol«r, Wichita, Kantot. ILONDIt HOfl STAR . MOM, ARKANSAS ly CMek Yeung W^r.! •' i > ^rp ->5 "' ,Y \i*w jiInjMi ^ artirT ^ r ^ Tffl ^^ fli ^.^, jl t. B iJ^ AJ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^™**^T^^W. O«GWOOO vou CALL THAT A GOOP-8VE t HEPE'S THE WAV r THE MAN ACPOSS v. THE srpset KISSES ( MI3 WIFE GCOOBvE n ^ IM'THE VOPNIMG r\ THE WE JUST BEEN); THREE WEEKS T" i I OZARK IKI THROUGH •& T DAV, HORNBLOf OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williomt other slate Arkansas' three avowed Eisenhower delegates teamed with one uncommitted rind the seven Tr.ft members yesterday to vole against the General's "lair-play" amendment at the .Republican convention. Townsond, a Taft supporter said the Arkansas vote "should not be interpreted as a vote in Tail's favor." He said "we felt thai this Is hot the time to change the rules, and Crai.y and the others went along with us." Towns-end was referring to Harry Craig of Caraway, one of the three Arkansans listed as favorinc Eisenhower. The other two are Elmer C. Hebb, Mt. View, and F. A. Teague, Ft. Smith. 1 Silver Screen Star HORIZONTAL I t,7 Star of "The ' Men" and "Streetcar . Named ! Desire" 13 Small space ,14 Eagles' nests l|iS Social syrtumi 18 Italian cl'y , 17 East (Fr.) 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M-M-M- CARAMEL AMD" <'U m vV/il/iil / _. -• ^i',hifi.r .'•",;;-'.."M. r ;'. 0 ":«.' \WHY^AOTHERS GET GPW/ 7-S • J -' 7 -' OUR BOARDING MOUSE Maiar Hoop(« CARNIVAL •T Dick Turaoff It is believed that the harp originated from music produced by war riot's who twanged the slrings of their bows. Newport; Pfc Doyle Harris, 105 Grinstead St., Camden;. aijd Sfc Hubert Nauman, Rt. 3, Batesville. ARE 1HO&E PAULEM ARCKES 6O|M<3 fc FUNNY BUSINESS By H«rahber00r "Hml This customer suggests we put the aspirin closer . -\ to the meat counterIV #>)t SIDE GLANCES By Golbralrh Ml*. >Jfc w«U >u*t » bit NEA Some of th* mo*l crtticoUy-nt«d»d (kill* Stett Metil JUseaWirc ful JifMUtrs Itspectors UK nJ Ml Mwi BOEINO AIRPLANE COMPANY '"• WtCMITA. *• ^ »B W J ^lWI|i L ^ X| » l-6J«Jfr t,«|»«,»Ht.W i»wi "" ' !H«Mlr«»4M. LS ^ *YV I , r • " r " , , f '{',, •• , •* T • ,'j i .1, • 'I, '*," il 'f+ ' •'•'•'•''•', ''','„' ! ',;"•& -* ^^?i.'• i>1 ''.V'i/""- :> ' 7 -'^- g 1-a %t^£*l-r >'..•..",:;:. :-T. M i< f u i r<i on. "Make It snappy! We only have four days of vacation left—it's taken the wife ten days to pack!" , FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ly Bloum , NUTTYS HOME-MADE COOUHG- SYSreM, Hur is NOW THE COOLBST SPOT . GOTCHA i \Jusr AS \spoM AS T ptup / THESE ON THE UPPER. / TWO STACKS PECK/ / OF VAN ' fSOQZLUMS/ 6 COKE-A-FLOATS — ft CHEPRY GWISHES-- p HAMRUESER. DIVINE5 / lM AFRAIP WEVE IHCU8ATEP HMM WEVE G0TTA DILEMMA. MAST6& SILVESTER / 1 U iMK Of- SO CUSTOWIER5 OUTSlOe ARE BE66IM& WAV Tb <5ET O ENTER. &JT OUR FIRST CUSTOMERS OF Tt4eS& REFUSE TO CEAVf? THIS I -. AT>J!G?J>UEEE I x ivr T1<»M XTU 'V v. . ButpONt ( WOftftV.tHUM^ r ELMER » THINKIN OTHG* VIC FLINT •y MfeHatl NOT 5O FAdT, FUMT/VOU A\AV SB AW.& TO MAMC7LE VOC AMI? Hl9 NBBtTUE.,, MMUPJ WASH TUBBS PAIMTIMGS. OLETTE is If THESE ] cur THEY VMOMT iwrERE&r THINGS?/ VOU..,THEREfe MO PUTV OW ART McKEE GOE<5 THRU CUSTOMS. |b ; WILL IM5PECTOI?5,F---^> BRANDTS, GET 5U5PICIOU5 AND X-RAV THE TWO CANVASES," V6S, BUT WO MMO X IS THM SO! \ IM \\\& RIGHT WIMP UWD MOW WOUlP 1 COULD LABEL THIS JYOU CIA6SIFV IT/ NOU GOT MB THERE, BROTHEE LAPItiS PRBSENTl HOWBVER.f ABOUT ART IT HA9 NO VAkUBrANP I' TAX YOU ON COM Of THE ROOTS AND HER BUDDIES » 1 \-W >-*^v^ vjyj-ip \ r— \K)\0 -V\\' ^\V>>tU I V ^^rxr^^^'^rri ^ai^^^-^^m 1 J :'.-::« -UliS BUNNY &»., IfM, OlMMII*. IM. _ T. M. N«f. U. f L f«>. Ulf. ALLEY OOP •y V. T. Hdm»li THWG RIGHT, \YOU 6EEK A QLJE^N HERE IN KADOOKUT, ^OHEBAWHEKE A WOMAN 10 19 THE HARDLY EVEN CONSIDERED QUEEN? y HUMAN, LET ALONE WORTHY Of BEING GIVEN AVO'.CE ,v -_, . ^~. IN GOVERNMENT? k" • V^ ...OBSERVE THAT HOLE IN THE WALL/ IT COULD- JU8T/K6 WELL BE , JN VOUR SKULL// CHRIS WELKIN, Plonereer WORK; Z.PZ&5 Ft«WTHB AND— HfNRl

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