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ff- • On. „„,. 1839 1 HOPE STA*, MOM, ARKANSAS , July 3, 1946 By Chick Young had just finished landing a nasty " 7THIS CAN'T WAIT. IT'S\ IT'SYOUORHOTHfMft/ 'U BE AT THE DRINKING FOUNTAIN IN DOCK SQUARE customer callecfThe Lip" in Jail and wa /ABOUT MURDER— THE ready for some rest. OH. GOODNESS THEV UNDERSTOOD ME" YOU MIGHT AS WELL GIVE IT TO THEM NOW SOLVING OF AN OLD ONE \AND THE PREVENTION OF A NEW ONE. , M.DE TM--9 FPOM THE PUPS 1 CONT WANJT THEM TD HAVE IT UNTIL TOMORROW I WONDER lf= THEY CAN DO WAS IT?..'L£TS LOW INTO THE MOTIVES "OF / THANKS TO JAR. \ I WISH, THO, HE COUIDX WOTTA VOU WADDS, WE SOt \ HWE THOUGHT OP * |C* 1 R.,WR.tt«i<.. THE TWINS OUT LESS FANTASTIC STORY /THAT'S MTTER'N WITHOUT THE UNO-1 TO DWERT THEIR /M>W A SCEVjE lADY KNOWING A. ATTENTION! S OVER TH' THEVP SPENT yf^~=-—, ..nrrcklv WDS 1 THE M I THOUSHT H6'0 TES TO BUV TI\W V IT'S REVOLTING Lf^NO WITHOUT REVEM1NS THAT \V [ WHXT SOWE SU« WELL.BUCKV, VOU DIP X AH,VES,WNDV..>ND Side Glances SVAS FOR^KEE INDUSTRIES.. .BUT WO. W) TO SAVE .. GET OLD ,V>=KEE INTO THE HE'S ALREAOV HELPED WAIT'LL ^OU SEE THE MI\S<QU_RAW= By Gaibraith SAWE ROOAMNG HOUSE!/ WE PLANT THE FIRST SEED5 OF SUSPICION HE'S USING TO CONCEM. HIS IDENTITY. 1 MODEST MAIDENS Trademark Il«jiiter»,l l:. S. IMri.t Offltt / J v rjra , Jf>H) ,)J,yHI OK/W, .. A, CUSTOMER. - (30 IN n WHV WALK? ENJOY TME SIGHTS IN OOM\UO DUCK'S 6OA.RDWALK CHMRS SAAASOM'S BOMSDWM.K. CHMRS 75* AN HOUR x w • "If it isn't a bug it's a •worm, and if it Isn't a worm it's o i)witat i on they can find a house."', Freckles and His Friends By Blosser Funny Business By Hcrshberqer IT CAME In ME" WE'LL HIDE" /OH, FOP. DREAMING- UP THIS NAME FOR. M«S . KANES DOUGHNUT SHOP /ITS our OF THIS WORLD/ HERE - HENRY - HOLD MY DOLLY AND I'LL 6IVE YOU A GUM DROP OR, TWO WHEN I COME OUT/ GARAeESO HERE- MRS.KAME WONT SEe/ CCMES IT Till --- NOW' teE HOLE-IN- ' "> WELL, WELL —WMV DIDN'T YOU BOYS TELL ME VOU W6PE STARTING A MIN- JRE i^OLF COUPSE ? GOOD LUCK. TO VOU / •.;.••'•• ;v:: :.::-;;:; ; .":":v7v:: ,-,vv r-^ii^P^^H |T ^Tl^Sfe..•::'•' •'.:': : "-'- : :'-t'•• : -:::'-: : -}."-•"" ' J"'"-. 1 v ; :£X:-'r'- : '-l"""• ••:•'••. THAT OU&HTA ^es, ne HA.P '.ALL Rl&HT, AVSEE.WB WELL. ftU-EV, Y ^EH, 3UT YOU V V.'E GOT , . N1AK.E UP TH'/ FORTV CENTS . BLOCK50X-- FOLKS 5HOULP SURE / SHOU-PA SEEN OUR FIVE Pi^^^^S^i^S^^!? THE TWO J ALWA'-fS GET B ' ' WATS COMI 1 GAVE PICKLE- BUD'S COMSAT V IWMDREP.'A PUSS THE. A EN&IIVJEERIM6 1 J %''' • "'V.'/"-/."*"'''-' 1 ''"'"''' '''•'••"•''• M^' • •" v '"'•' •"*"''<•« ^.(leoryo rakes up their leaves in the fall, so he says he might as well have some use of the trees!". Thimble Theater r OKAV\ THEKi.'DAR^ \T,DOWT PIDN'T you SEE f\ WATCHED VpU MOST CAREFULLX"T ft VJORO I MV! )e,'L MiJW BLE BCxDTS! MOT Vt\ I BUT THE CftR OL5\ I CftSE '. OUR Bt mm ME FLAP MY HANPS > AMSS OVL, IT ALL WAS IN. THE < 600P HEAVENS" (RHYTHM OF THE VVRISTS/.O >> >—.—-.- j MOMENT AND TCV SHALL WE WAIT HERE KIAB , , WH&J NAW " THEY r- Out Our Way BvJ. R.Williams ^«««-riino Mousse With Major Hoople ESAU BUSTER/ IT ^C WHAT// >/Oli CAM SA\J& ¥ WAIT' - To°iJt?CH A ftSSv NE^7^T S /° UR M^'?^ ) » Bsf lu HI IL.H M t>HIIMT NcVM tl SHOT» -vv " A\P^B& AA.V vi v\!A\IINi& TR/\\LeP2, TO TR/XT ->k HEAP WAS LUCU.VTO ft Tii7 \M& S?SSR^gS^rf«S^*«S5 --'HOW ABOUT A X^, YOD'^e GOT A' LttTLe ^ > OPEM RUSTIC, Hoiwe-MADe \\ > MILDEW OM ' Iy wrcrg TCW W-SI^Psv ^(™^f^^8*> ^ SPRIT YOUR CAR GKTs A 7^7HS3fclirCAS BM i OPEN WIWDOW/ THERE SHERIFF/ FLUEMCE OM HIM.' PUT HIM OM A MOWIW MACHINJE -WOT A HOSS.' K ITriOUGHT YOU VOERE r^ AHEAD f£5-' MEET IAE CORRAL f EN1 JU5T BEFORE * ir.nnr ^f?.wiv.vftM^j cart tut n «e» tuviu. me. I M. Mo. u.» »r. on w*ww^ ^B^^^'«»««-'»*B*to^ \ ^ CLASSIFIED HOPE STA^ HOPE, A III Over th. Phon. "TOP Mnnn" " e ( ° r Contl "" 0 U9 Insertions Only _^_MOREYOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" NoHce Real Estate for Sale Prti, eND g distance moving, Call Geo -BP Carver, Phone 873. Hope, Ark WHERF- n " y f lesco »d n nls of Jess Mg ime '-fsiclent of now deceased. Send ai v "" crlon, WILL THE PARTY iycIcctric , Texas 28-31 .WHO BOR. .^ iron while I le hospital, please loturn iuVr aV M " °" lhe fninl PO'-t-'li JU w "vYv, V, f ! l ! cstlon!f nslu ' (l - Mi-s. W ^olyn llubbard, Wasliiii s i,,ii, For Sale NICE BIG LIVE SHINERS. F W Uumec, at Southern Ice PJanl' •-—--— 12-1 ni V4 TON TRUCK, NEW~MO~- "wi l .'i rCS - J" Pcrfecl concli - r^ h . a ley Service Station. - ~_ Division & Hazel. 2fj-oi '•*' PIANO. RECENTLY""~"R'EBUILT Piano. Will Iransfer lo your home 'I you will assume balance and make, payments. Act quickly, Write Credit Manager, 210 Main __gj; . L'ttle Rock, Ark. 28-31 150 BALES OF OATS FOR SALE! Tnc per bale at the barn. J. E Yarberry, Hope Hi. 2, Phone USED GAS STOVES, GOOD CONOS '"'lion. Walker Appliance Co. J08 South Walnut, Phone 001 Hope, Ark. 28-,')t HYDRAULIC DUM P~BODY "4 vd. capacity first class condi- ilion. Walker-Christie Motor Co ijewisvillc, Ark. Phone 77 or Hope _ B01 .1 38-31 ONE HOUSE, TWO LOTS^irriRT- ant's addition. Charles Wucllner, Hope, Rt. 4, Box 231. 2B-31 RECORD PLAY12R~IN GO~OD condition, Also encyclopedia world book, just like new Phone 620-W. 310 North Washington' 28-31 NEW DOUBLE KITCHEN SINK With fittings. 20 squares, square bull roofing. Phono 712-J. 29-31 ALL HOUSEHOLD GOODS MUST be sold immediately. Mrs. W M _lomlin, West 10th Street. l-3t GARAGE WITH COMPLET"E~SRT of lools. Apply 805Vi South Main St. or phone 199-J. 2-Ot REGISTERED JERSEY COWS and heifers. Gerald Rcycnga Emmet. 2-Gt PRE-WAR BABY ¥ED"~WITH~IM- iiL-rsprmg mattress. Good condition. Mrs. Royce Smith, 520 South Mottres? Renovating THE BEST IN GUARAN' work cal1 Cobb's Matttress Co at 712 W. 4th. We call for and deliver. Phone 229-J, 21-lm __ Lost or Strayed BAY HORSE, BLACK CLIPpiS' mane and tail. Back feet shod 4 .year old. Weighs 1100 Ibs. Notify :K A. Sulzor, Rt. i, Hope. 29-Mt Wanted to Rent 0>THREE OR FOUR ROOM UNFUR- U', sllecl _np:"'lment or house. FOSTER-ELLIS NOTICE TO VETERANS: MAKE your application with us for purchase of your home in Hope. Four nercont interest, up lo 20 years «! '? ay H nder GI Sill of Rights. We handle entire procedure. SIX-ROOM HOUSE. NEWLY PA- pored, corner lot, 7!5 X ISO feet $4,. r >00. . ' FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON SOUTH Main street, good condition, gar- into, landscaped. Quick sale, $n, 1)00. TEN-ROOM HOME WITH THREE apartments bringing $90 pei month, good investment, $7,000. FIVE-HOOM FRAME HOUSE coriie'i- lot, 100 X 150. Priced at $;)7!jO. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, 50x75 LOT twej blocks Trom business area.' ijjtjTi)U, DUPLEX APARTMENT, HARD- woocl floors, modern convenience's, renting for $00. per month. Priced at $G,250. Two blocks from business area. EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, LARGE lot, landscaped, newly papered Quick sale, $5,250. NEW HOUSE AND FIVE ACRES land on paved Highway G7, mile from town, $4,500. FOUR RESIDENTIAL LOTS ON paved Highway 07 jusL west of town, $1G50. NUMEROUS OTHER RESIDENT- Uil lols in various parts of town. TWO 5-ROOM HOMES ON WEST Fourth street pavement. Take both for $5,500. FARM PROPERTY: WE HAVE the Brinnt farm easl of Hope fc- sale. 400 acres of rich creek bottom land. Six houses and barns Goods water supply. 300 acres of open land. About 200 acres now in cultivation. Would make b,-ile of cotton lo acre in ordinary year. This farm can easily be sub-divided into four or five sc-p- arnle farms. Real opportunity to buy at bargain prices. Four or five veterans Cx'in handle this on ul loan. We will work it oul for you. ANOTHER GOOD BUY— THE MC- AcUims farm on Springhill road 4'A miles southwest of Hope New- Jy redecorated five-room house with butane gas and electricity 40x60 foot barn with 4000-bale ca- pacily and dairy sheds. Several outbuildings. Fourteen .springs and two deep wells. Six acres produced $1,835.00 profit on tomato plants last year. Dairy paying better than $300 per month. Buy farm and slock; TIMBERLAKE FARM ON BLE vins road. Modern five-room house, hardwood floors, electricity, electric water well pump Two large tenant houses, large barn. Over 300 acres of land Priced for quick sale. NUMEROUS OTHER FARMS, 40 acres and up in Hempstead county. Also several farms in Nevada county. Seo Charley Baker at our office for prices and terms. FOSTER-ELLIS, Phone 221 . 27-11 Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. Now York, July 1—Ilya Enron- burg, one or three; Russian journalists who toured the United Stales for two months, writes a strange farewell thai may be dp- scribed an an affectionate threat of war. This man, n correspondent of .Izveslia, obviously , speuks for .Stalin inasmuch as Ine press ' which lie represents in controlled by and edited strictly in the interests of the dictatorship. It is refreshing to road some of his impressions of us because, like I Dickens, he looked at us through ' critical, anil unfriendly eyes and observed peculiarities, and ilaws, that are commonplace to the native. He did not mention buscbnll which musl have amused him, nol as a sport but as a juvenile obsession, but he did spuie a phrase of contempt for some local ' meetings of the Lions' club wncro I "full-grown men, merchaii'c of suspenders or of electric ranges, imitating Lions, roared upon command." "Complex country," he sighed in bafllenient, "groat country, 'with a great people uncl n great future." iMirenburg has the advantage* of us. We let him travel freely wncr- eve;r he would and, in parting, he was not required to submit his threatening admonition L o an American censor. American journalists and tourists enjoy no such freedom of movement or observation in Russia and those American correspondents in Moscow who have written of his country us people and the slave camps n the same tone that he applied Lo us, he denounces u:; "journalists who misinformed". Ho came* lere "as a friend and Iricd lo see and understand" but American re- iwrters who, like Ehrenburj; here, lound Russia imperfect by .*mer- can standards, he disqualifies-as 'obvious enemies." This man' and his colleagues wore accompanied on their iour ->y a representative of the state department for what iv.ison Americans will nol readily understand unless il could na've been .hat, as servants of a stale press, they were regarded as oftit-ial guests and such attendance was ;\ diplomatic honor. Surely this escort would not have been imposed on them had they preferred 10 go it alone or entirely under ihe> an- spices of Iheir communist '"riends among us. Yet IMirenburg would have it that this escort was compulsory and made thai his answer lo the complaint of American reporters in Russia thai his foreign oflice nol merely "accompanied" them on Iheir travels during the war but restricted and directed them .and still does. He neglected to observe thai Russia government papers may send here as many correspondents as they like to, and select them ::or their proven enmity to Ihe American system of government, while the '.-amel at Iho needle's has no greali- problem than an American writer equally hostile to communism and Hitlensm, both, who applies for papers lo enter Russia. .In New York, he saw a box of cigars that cost 200, althouph in considerable observation ' 'mid pleasures and palaces from Palm Beach to Hollywood, observing the rich at play, 1 never had iha't ox- RKANSAS CARNSVAt By Dick Turner A lai-Kc crowd is expected to seo the' Hone All Stars meet (he strong Cobb-Tooley team at the? I-air park tonight in what should prove- lo be. one of the b^sl games of the season. Cobb-Tooley is un- dercnled in League play and the All Slur team is picked from Ihe other learns in the league. The gume will start at 8: If) and there will bo only one game. The lineups arc- us follows: All Stars Position Cobb-Tooley Hay.znrd or Cutnhie Russell C Stanford or Goff Ferguson S. Re-ll nr Hammonds Fountain Ib Murphy or G. Rnbortson Rcycnca 2b W. Cook or Crane R While SS Tolleson or Moore Ron 3b M. Coop or J. Brunei- B. While LF J. Boll or J. Conk B-ucc CF J. Ball or I). Pnrlcr Finley RF Phone 73. 1-61 NOTICE TO VETERANS" MAKE your application with us for purchase of your home in Hope. Foul' percent interest, up to 20 vears \u '? ay " ndcr 01 Bill of Rights. Wo handle entire procedure. ° N FULTON DUPLEX .APARTMENT, GOOD LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St, SIX-ROOM HOUSE, ' corller lul . NEWLY PAX 150 feel, New Skeei- Shoot to Open Wednesday at Compress Stfre \ A Skeet Shoot at the new Compress Grounds on the old Washington Highway will formerly open Wednesday afternoon, it was learned today. All persons interested in skuet shooting arc invited. The co-operation of governments in a .common effort to free the world from hunger will do more for an enduring peace than the delineation of political boundaries and Ihe drawing up of political peace treaties, essential though these be. Page Seven' 7-2. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE IHC 1 M REO U. s!' PAT, "Oh. JMabel! Conic over this way—I'm in [lie water I"'' This Curious World By WiHiam Ferguson office for farm property. We have numerous Jisti •..•?;• in both Hemp- Fnq'r'pn'rM.Nevada counties. FOSTER-ELLIS PHONE ->.2l B ROOMS AND BASEMENT TWO lots, corner place, Double Garage, other out houses. Nice lar»c shado trees, seven blocks out : good neighborhood. C. B Tyler' NEW MODERN 4 ROOM~~ COT- tago , corner place, Splendid value, small down payment. C B lyler. LONG TERM G. I. LOANS, REGU- lar In-st Mortgage Loans, F.H A. Loans, obtained ciuicklv! small interest rates. C. B. Tyler . 29-31 PRACTICALLY NEW MODERN four room house, hardwood I'Jo ; >:s ' FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON SOUTH I A°V'' !'°. om houf!e - hardwood 1'loa': .s. Main streel, .good condition L ar » Adjoining Brookwood acklitio.i. •go. iandscaped. Qu^'S, ^1- ?^ a ^ ^1^1^. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texgrkana Rendering Plant Phone 083-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R TEN-ROOM HOME WITH THREE apartmdnls bringing $90 per month, good investment, $7,000. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, 50 X 75 LOT fl ' om business area'. SEE FRED SUTTON for Concrete Work of All Kinds Phone 113-J Hope, Ark DUPLEX APARTMENT, HARD- wood floors, modern convenience* s, rentins for $00 per month. Priced at $5,750. Two blocks from business area. E 'GI'T-ROOM HOUSE, LARGE n '• , laild s ci!1 Pocl, newly papered. Quick sale, $5,250. TWO 5-ROOM HOMES ON WEST ' FOR RENT: THREE ROOMS bath, kitchen privileges $30 per month. .Immediate poss-ession Good neighborhood. SEE_CHARLEY BAKER AT OUR BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W, SHIVER Plumbing » Heating Phone 269 Hope. Ark. Doug X^liyy Carl Bacon Vwol | f Jones IUECTRIC CO. — for^ House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repqir* Phone 784 For Rent FRONT SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT Close in. Mrs. Mark Yocom, ;«•> oouth Walnut. Phone 405-W. 2ii-;it BEDROOM ADJOrNINf? working girl preferred 737._001_Ppnd St. 2U-;n 3 ROOM HOUSE, El.ECTPirT r rs' telephone, two acres land.Viirdeii spot. Mail and school bus route £ miles out on old DeAnn mud Call 9-F-ll or 011-J. Orvillo Hoe : seher. .jo •>, TVVO UNFURNISHED ROOMS for rent with private entrance North of brick yard. Mrs. M.irv For Sale or Trade RIDING HORSES HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily except Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PERRY MOSES 2'/i miles out on Spring Hill road 1940 PLYMOUTH, EASTERN CAI? New tires, clean. Must be seen to be appreciated. Esso Service atation, Emmet. 9-Gl perioncc. By contrast., in Mississippi, ho encountered a family of eight whose total earnings were only $200 a year. Noting vhat he here selected dramatic extremes and that he failed to say whether the family had luims on ihe rafters, I am reminded that :.'or several years, the American Communists have been emphasizing great I contrasts in the condition of Russians, many of whom live luxuri- , ously and others in poverty. More- I over, the descriptions of the state banquets that Stalin and olhet Russian dignitaries gave for visil- ing and drunkenness fairly comparable lo any historic debauch in any imperial court and my own sole experience of Russian official hospitality is slill a memory o.f luxury beyond anything else in my experience. They had just reopened their embassy in Washington and the occasion was a lunch for an Amor- can reporter, then deemed "friendly." who seems, however, to .have fallen into error and disfavor since-. It began cold _ish delicious beyond words, duck and such ex- quisito miscellany as our Communist minstrels call exotic delicacies and ihe wines caused wings to erow on which, at the conclusion, we all sailed out the windows, ig- .;~ini£ me lUairs. ^ Skilled in the art of suggestion, Ehrc-nburg warns the Americans that Russia slill fights Fascism, "a disguised, a well-groomed and a good-looking Fascism' 'and tells us thai he doesn't know when "our peoples will be able to shake hands peacefully, wnen inept and criminal speeches about a third world war will stop, when we shall again meet like brothers. "I do not know when out 1 xnow where—on the ruins of the Fascist ideology. I want to believe that the American people will tame its rabble rousers, its Fascists who dream of a crusade against Moscow." Could Ehronburg have in mind the ruins of New i'onc and Wasn- ington? Might I say a word for the "merchants of suspenders or of electric rangc-s" who "roared upon command?" We are a little short of suspenders and electric ranges, just :iow, ihanks in considerable part 10 Ehr- cnburg's comrades among us, while, in Russia, I understand ;he lack is even worse. Bui when Ihi.s iournalislic (log- robber /or a dictator wnom oven Roosevcll compared lo Hitler, derides full-grown men for roaring upon command, Ihe obvious retort is "lislen who's roaring upop command." THAT HAVE FALLEN TO THE SROUMD Phillies Find Going Tough in Brooklyn By CARL LUNDQUIST New York July 2 — (UP) — The "honeymoon" was over today for the Philadelphia Phillies It was nice while it lasted but it fh'L n ? s soon H? they Angled with the Dodgers at Brooklyn last night. ihrT PhM S *? a . 1 l een w °nderful since the Phils last had encountered the Dodgers. Thev had won 20 and lost only nine and they-had risen to a position pf respectability in the National _J_,eague, £oing into a middle class nfih place,.tenancy after vacating their basement .home But (he Dodgers, who have a special magic touch whenever the J nils are around, beat them for the ninth straight lime this season, 11 to 0, starling off with a six-run irst inning. The 11 run total was the largest amassed against the Phils since the Dodgers beat them la lo 4 way back on May 12 Ihe Dodgers, who now have ">& wins and three defeals i'or the past two seasons against the Phils, probably would nol be in first place if it were not for their mastery over them and the Boston Braves, whom '"»" have beaten nine times in 11 Political Announcements The Star is authorized to ann Punce the following at candidates subject to th« action of the Democratic primary elections this Suminer: Congress, 7th District PAUL GEREN BRUCE BENNETT OREN HARRIS HAD MORE THAN \,QOO EAefHGJUAKES IN SEPTEAABER., - I9Z3. ' New York, July 2 3rowii, the "unknown" urncd into «i sensational tenni slayer at Wimbledon, is the same joy Don Budge and Bobby Rigg vere plugging a few months ago is the best prospect among ihe •ounger amateurs. . . this cornei i/ill string nlong with Bobby Falk- •iiburt; as the youngster who ha_ lie stuff to reach the xop. Kaola, the trotting mare that C'irl Hatch ell and Frank Bowler bought ;i year a agofor $!0,000, won't be in championship at Roosevelt Race- year a agofor $10,000, won't be in the $25,000 American trotting championship at Roosevelt Raceway tomorrow night b u I will make her next start at Saratoga She has won $28,425 already 101 her new owners. EnoV S. FaHntea, Jr. )— Tom® w h o since they're danged hot, go oul and shoot the coaches." Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No (i-H-l I,, Hie Chancery Court ol Jlempstcad fount v, Ark ' •John W. House Plaintiff vs. .loan House Defendant Iho Uelendanl, Juan House is war.'U'd | 0 appear in this court within Ihirty days and answer the complaint of Ihu Plaintiff, John W JIousi*. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 1 day of July I94ti e . , • C ' K WEAVE i?. Clerk S. Atkins, All'y. for Plaintiff L.yli> Urown, Alf.y. Ad Lilein iHEALi !). 1C, 23 COMPUTE RADIO SERVICI BoJ> i'more Auto Supply Phone 174 2188. M>V Wanted! All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS PATMOS, ARK, Rule Book Wanted Golf balls are expensive enough at regular prices and Harold West Portland, Ore., pro figures that one he had this year cost him a mile too much. . .defending his Utah Open title, West drove his ball down the Fairway, but before he got lo it, the ball had become lost in the hands of a souvenir- seeking galleryite. . .because of the two-stroke penally, West had i.'!_!? cl . tl0 • L ' or torith-phiec money of ?175 instead of collecting ,$2i2 fit) lor an eighth-place lie. . ,iho penalty for the lost ball w a s two stroke!;, ball and cash. Wild West Stuff .When Olis Wile, Oklahoma Aff- ies drumbealer, heard (hat the Cowpokes had added (he national ntercollegiale rifle shooting tilli* MnA 1 A ir T, Sll ? ar Bowl Ir ""tu:'» and NCAA Basketball and Wrestlini* riumphs, he wasn't elated. . .said Olis: "next fall, if tin- Pokes blow game to Texas or Georgia or somebody, the Alumni undoubk'd- ieam, . Last night's 15-h'il victory was Brooklyn's, sixth straight, four of the previous wins having been racked up against Ihe BraVes, Ihe other against the Reds. Ed Slevens and Cookie Lavagello with three mis apiece paced tho attack Rookie Hank Benrman wenl all the way for ill slourth victory. The Cardinals dropped six 'and a half games behind wnen ex-team i Tla l e ,, Harry 'Gumbert of the Reds beal them 5 to 4, in 13-innings at M. Louis for his second relief victory in as many days. The shoe was on the other foot for Cardinal AI tfrazie, who lost • his second juune in two days. He billed the ibises on AlLjb ke's single, a force- out, Bert Hass' two base hit and an intentional pass to Bob Usher and Ray Lamanno's long fly scored he winning run. Harry Walker of ,-, e .^f'? s , and A1 Libke of Cincin- na.M hit homers. Truetl (Rip) Sewell crossed un 4 C if i?, s who said he didn't belong on ,-, S S?<V°u nal t eague team by pilch- ing Pittsburgh to a four-hit, 1 to 0 victory at Chicago. It was his top job of the year after a stretch of Hn, i'°u,' lty - - Bi] l y Cox tripled off Hank Wyse in the second and came home on Lou Stringer's error for the Pirate run. Jittery Joe Berry, bought from loronlo earlier in the day, paid a quick dividend'to the Indians when his four inning relief job beat the Browns at Cleveland, G to 4 Pat Seerey hit a three^run -Cleveland homer in the first inning but the veteran Mel Harder couldn't hold Ihe margin and Berry came on to gain the victory. Walt Judnich hom- ered :.or the Browns. Virgil Trucks gained a 2 to 0 Detroit victory over the visiting White Sox Cor his second shutout in twilight games.-this season. Roy Cullenbine hit u Tiger homer afler a misjudged fly enabled Hank Greenberg to score from first with the other run .Trucks was in trouble frequently, but bore down in the pinches, stranding 11 Chicagoans on base. i. The Yankees beat the Giantsf3 to 0, m an exhibition game at the Polo Grounds i'or a trophy offered by Mayor William O'Dwyer. Tom- wL? em 'i c ^^t a homer as B i» Wight and Mel Queen collaborated in a seven-hit blanking job. There were no other games scheduled. 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINTOM J. W. (BILL) PATTOJ* 1 JR. Circuit Judge LYLE BROWN DEXTER BUSH State Senator, 9th Dist. EMORY A. THOMPSON DR. F. C. CROW- , JAMES P. HULSEY Hempsfead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J.' W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. BUTTON Fop County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SYVELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK FRANK RIDER Tax Assessor C. COOK GARRETT WILLIS PINK W. TAYLOR FOP Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER ARTHUR C. ANDERSON For Representative Post 2 TALJ3OT FEILD, JR. Nevada County Fop Sheriff. and Collector OTIS LANGSTON ft-i. •* Will suggest that ihe rifle Half Mile East of Hope FEATURING GOOD STEAKS Chcken Dinners 2 Private Dining Rooms OPEN FROM 5 P. M. 'Til Midnight > Cover Charge Saturday Night MILTON EASON, Owner League Leaders By The Associated Press National League Batting—Walker, Brooklyn, ,375- Musial, St. Louis, .053. Runs — Musial, St. Louis, .18; Cavarretta, Chicago' 44 Runs balled in • 'W-ilf- Brok- lyn, 50; Musial, St. Louis, 49. ™ ii ts ~ Musial, si. I.OLUS, 95; Walker, Brooklyn, 91 Doubles — Musial, Si. Louis 21- gurus, Philadelphia, and Holmes' Boston, 17. Triples — Walker, Brooklyn, and Musial, St. Louis, 7 Home runs — Mize, New York, Molen bases — Reiser,'Brooklyn, 17; Hopp, Boslon, 11. , r ' 4 ~ ~^ n i P nnn hi "i? T:;5 igbe ' Brooklyn,. 80-3.000; -Rush. GhicagbV 5-0-1 000 American League •)? Hall i,r?,. ~ Ver »°n, Washington, .358; Williams. Boslon, .355. , ,,R"ns — Williams, Boston, 71; Pesky, Boston, 58 ' ' 87 ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply ELECTRICAL Contracting ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Rerfig Electric Co. 220 E. 3rd Phone 613 Appliance Sales & Service Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs 1023 South Main Phone 382-J COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printinq Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. Time to Pack Away Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver Put them in Moth Proof Bags • Plenty of Parking Space Hatters HUGH B. HAU, Owner 208 N. Ferguson phone 76 REED Motor Co. 108 East Division St. • CompIeJe Repqir Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop MECHANICS: Carl Jones and Frank Yarbrough YOUR CREQIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co, For better work at better prices—Old beds made new and new Deds made too — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere One day service, in town — Bargains In Secpndhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Hotel Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court Fe»turlng .—. .. • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue »Fish • Sandwiches «8oft Drlnkt NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Umlts & Highway C7 We»t For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phono 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specioliie in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Servic* Ai*

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