Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 5, 1946 · Page 4
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On. vim; HI. HOPE STA-R, HOPR, ARKANSAS Friday, July 5, By Chick Young I'M BEING FOLLOWED, TAKE THIS I'VE GOT TO KEEP MOVING. f READ IT WHEN YOU GET TO SAM'S PLACE. ITS AT THE END THAT ALLEY. 11'I HERE. POP. HAVE ONE OF •/ MY LOLLIPOPS WHAT AN ODD-TASTING LOLLIPOP' GO ', TAKE OF-'SOAP WITH "lOU OF COFFEE PLEASE. MAYBE SOMETHING ELSE LATER /A ^K« 1 V WC-'VE GOT GOOD NEWS.,' e... FOUND / BUT SEE WE HMEN'T SOT AM T'y'' WONPtP. HOW IAM<V ^TRfX HMT, BUT THIS )/ CF-TH9.*E IAEIJ WHO ..f»!Tsn iinij owi in'—- ii \s \ 11 !•/- - I'li^r" > *i iv/ CAP VNiLL HELP SOW.E •// DlEC' WITH THEIR BOOM •>. -"».{ OM COULDN'T GET ANOTHC-H. OUTCROPPING./ W«M sou CNSON.ANDHE . „, ., \ NASU'T MUCH FRO• / ? ,'K, - 'J- l 'i 1 '^ ' \ ic.-Tinw <A /'':^'.'< iW'fc i. •/ OF WVRftNIUJA CRE ON-1 CAN TO TO HELP N\E FIRST! ; OM COULDM . . V THE CONFOUNDED A. THINGS OFF •: Jte. ••'•'^l -•?*Wv, Side Glances % By Galbraith ." -fc-^.B B 'V-** ^ V»7-}' ' ^7 ^-^r- VJ COfR. IMS CY NEA BtKVICF. INC.N i'f U-OIMC- I /YES/ AMP EU,N LACES.rT / V00 AUV £35 •AP'N.- 5 ) V SKKIMG THIi'CS -. -^ * ^-» AID CTAAtTll 7 VITH JCOeCHV SMITH \VM.iLF. ^'. M5T. TVVITT : (OKA,Y...BUT ) •J Di?r^\.\ ie*=r y 2 I-O « Je_-LV-C^>>_ COPR. 194<i BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT m TAVALAM\ Let'sgojo this one, it's_thcmpst_jicrve racking!'-'' Freckles and His Friends By Blosser I m glad you came back home for a vacation, Uncle i George! Tell me some more about that 'confusion all over the world'—what is ,there to be confused about?" ?unny Business y/ e . .^RE ..ALL TMIS is FAsr£R /- . .„ VH^e TO DO (S ATTACI4 lni _ HOSE TO THE CYLINDER.-HEAD AND USE COMPRESSION To , OPERATE THE SPRAY-GUM/ WOMT ] 1 TMIWKTMIS WIRE I WISH 1 DIDN 1 /' KNOW-SO* WJCH":» "It's a tablespoon—I always have trouble getting out of "sandtraps_£' " " "~" Thimble Theater (IF I WANNA RHYTHM OF THE VORSOT I 1 PROPt^e.OR^D PU& F^SSF^) k?-Jlm_« ,. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT.'o ••!•. ( SERVES HIM RIGHT ' ..... By JR. Williams ^ o^Boordin, House WiH, Major Hoople ~ THEY GET /MM ' AH, ,, SUBLIME IT'S GROVMIN'.' / COURAGE.' 'S GOMMA I WHAT A LIVE / y\ HEROIC SOUL-_,. ,. -, v WHAT NERVE.- if/'/ X N WHAT JOBBERS , HAVE LOCKED i TIE ; SHERIFF IU THE SAFE- AMD HOW- HERE CDiAES RIPER' DUCI<; \) OUT BEFORE HE SF.E5 tOU AMD STARTS ASKIN EVER-riHWG READY FOR Art ACCI CENT IVOArtl TO CATCH \ OUT THE LADY SPIELER'S ) HOKSE" Ot-J j BAREPACK AC-f^/houK CUE •) H 0 P E S T A R, H 0 F E, A R K A N S A S IFIED A., u/ A" , word, In Offlce D «y Before 'Publication « 50. On. month • """""Mm 7J, lie ward, minimum $J.70 Kates are for Continuous Insertions Only THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale NICE HIG LIVE SHINERS F W Chance, at Southern Ice plant' Real Eshite for Sale 12-1 m 'ISO UAI.ES OF OATS FOR SM~R. Vfic per hale at the barn. .1 K Barberry. Hope, K (. 2, Phone tl::- 1 <"'. W - ^ Varben-y. Ble- 28-01 AU, HOUSEHOLD OOODS MUST . jo sold immediately. Mrs. W M __„ ' VVe;;t 1(!lh R li'PPt. ' ' OARAOE WITHCOMPryE'rirSFT of tools. Apply 80!)'i Sdulh Main __sl. or phone 1D9-J. REGISTERE'JT and heifers. Kminet. HK-WAK lUBY BEl7~wirH~iN iicrspriiu! niatlrcss. Good concli- tioii Mrs. Hoyce Smith, 52(1 South Main. 2 . 3t 2-CH JERSEYCOWS Gerald Reyenga, 2-01 DOG : Koule Three, Hope. Phone !l-F-'( 3-31 3042 HARLKY DAVIDSON MOTOR-' cycle 74. Kxccllonl condition, liea- sonable prices Prescolt, Ark. Horace McCain. 3-0! MY HOME FOR~~SALF~cTrTraK seen alter (i p.m. !JO(i West 'ilh Street. Phono 149-W. 3-2w SERVICE STATION Am:T~GRO- cer.v store, about $0.000 stock See . owner at Chester Stephens Gro. eery and Service Station, Ble- vms. . 3 . G , '.SEED OATS. $1.20 PER BUSHEL '-. ^Jess Wood, Blevins, Ark. 3-(it GOOD QUALITY" xTs~E D "OIL window shades, 3 by 7 feet. Phone JU29-.I. .10(1 South Walker St. 3-3t CHINESE enow PUPPIESFOR sale. 121 South Fulton. Phone -i 2 .'.- ^ _ r) - 3t for Sale or Trade 19-in PLYMOUTH, EASTERN CAR' New tires, clean. Must be seen to be appreciated. Esso Service Station. Kmmel. . ;>-Gt Notice FOll GENERAL HAULING AND Jong distance moving, Call George Carver, Phone 873. Hope, Ark 11-1 m WILL THE PARTY~WHO~BO"R~vowed my electric iron whilo I was in the hospital, please rr-tursi it. Leave it on the front porch at nifjlil. No questions asked Mrs Kvt'lyn Hubbard, Washin)>ion' Ark. i. ;u For Rent TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS for rent with private entrance North of brick yard. Mrs. Al.iry *-'">•• 2-31 Mattres? Renovating FOR THE BEST IN GIJARAN- teed work cnll Cobb's Mattlress Co. al 712 W. 4lh. We call for and deliver. Phone 229-J. 21-lm Wanted to Rent TIIREK OR FOUR ROOM UNFlFlT- nished apartment or house . Phone 73. ].Qt ELECTRICAL Contracting ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Rettig Electric Co. 220 E. 3rd Phone 613 Appliance Sales & Service REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R SEE FRED SUTTON for Concrete Work of All Kinds Phone 113-J Hope, Ark BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. Doug flTV Carl Bacon \&\ I f Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 PRACTICALLY NEW MODERN four room house, hardwood lloo: s. Adjoining Brookwood addition Owner leaving (own. Will cell reasonable. C. B. Tyler, aj'cnl ft. i. . 2-,'ii FOSTER-ELLIS NOTICE TO VETERANS: MAKE your application with us for purchase of your home in Hope. Four percent intercsl. up lo 20 years to pay under GI Bill of Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. We handle entire procedure. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FULTON street, $2750. DUPLEX APARTMENT, condition, railing, for mnnlh, $4,r>00. GOOD $fil) pel SIX-ROOM HOUSE. NEWLY PA- percd, corner lot, 7!i X ISO feet, VIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON SOUTH Main, street, «ood condition, ;;ar- a«e, landscaped. Quick sale, '$D,- TEN-HOOM HOME WITH THREE apartnu'iits bringing $!)()• pel- month, wood investment, $7,000. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, 50 X 75 LOT, twi)__blocks from business area. DUPLEX APARTMENT, HA-RD- wood floors, modern conveniences, renting for $60 per month. Priced at sn.V.'KI. Two blocks from business area. EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE, LARGE lot, landscaped -"ewly papered Quick sale, $5,200. TWO 5-noOM HOMES ON WEST J-'ourth slri'ot pavement. Take both for S!),!500. EOR RENT: THREE ROOMS, balh, kitchen privileges, $30 per month. ImmL-diate possession. Good neighborhood. SEE CHARLEY BAKER AT OUR office for farm property. We have numerous listings in both Hempstead and Nevada counties. FOSTER-ELLIS PHONE 221 2-31 Yesterday's Stars By ThekAssociated Press Ernie Lombard!, Giants, and Vic Lombard!, Dodgers — Ernie bolted a three-run homer as the Giants won the opener 7-5; Vic beat the Giants lor the eighth straight time in the nightcap 8-f>. Oscar Judd and Ron Northey, Phils—-Judd scattered nine Eafetius in blanking the Braves 7-0; Northey followed a grand-slam homer in the opener with another circuit -smash with one on to win the nightcap ;i-2. Billy Jurges, Cubs, and Enos Slaughter, Cards—Jurges batted in three runs to help the Cubs win the opener 4-2; Slaughter drove in tour mates In Cards' second fiamc 0-1 win. Bob Elliott, Pirates, and Ray Miller Reds—Elliott banged out 2 homers as the Bues capped the opener 0-1; Mueller's Squeeze bunt .sent in the winning run in the llth lor ;i -1-3 win. Personal Property Floater insurance gives you more protection for your personal property in you ! r home and outside than you are able to get in any other way. New York July 5 —Jimmy Karam. an intelligent, athletic young man who enjoyed some renown as a football player before he vvent to the war, has organi/ed a labor union of veterans with hcadquar- lers in Little Rock and a second office in Shreveport. It is called the Veterans Industrial Association and Mr. Karam is president. It is opposed to both the C. I. O. and the A. F. of L. and Mr. Karam recently announced that the V. I. A. would maintain a "vigilance committee to handle goon squads and agitators who seem determined to cause race trouble and class trouble here in the south." "We are not going to start any trouble," Mr. Karam said. "We don't want trouble. But if and when it does come, we are ready." I rnct Jimmy Karam about a year ago in Washington whe-re he was educating himself in the methods of union organizers and studying the labor laws enacted by the now deal and the opinions of ihe supreme court in unioii cases so that he might know how far he could go. He was shocked bill, on second thought, encouraged to dis cover that if he called his new or ganixation a labor union and complied with a few. familiar formalities he could enjoy all the privi leges and immunities conferred of the C.I.O. and the A.F. of L. I recently read a progress report in an article by Gene Herrington of the Arkansas Democrat, of Lille Rock. -Jimmy expects vo open offices in three more states by the end of July and plans to organize veterans in all the southern states to resist the Jnva'sion of the .southern tier by the two big rivals of the union movement. He claimed 0,300 members In Arkansas alone. Now, of course this new union will be denounced at once us a Fascist group but, waiving that question, what are its rights and powers under the New Deal laws, so strongly defended and rapturously praised as "labor's gains" including Senator Wagner's "Magna Cliarla V" Us "vigilance committees," by law and precedent, may patrol with bats at plants where the old organizations are striving for a foothold and let no professional un- ionecr call that Fascism unless he is ready to plead guilty himself, for they have all done that and defended the practice, I have argued with some .of them 'dial 'ihey were suiting an ominous precedent and they always excused iheir conduct on the ground that they were serving the workers. Well, Jimmy Karam's members are workers, ioo, and veterans as well, and the first article of their program is that no veteran should be forced to join them or any other union or to pay tribute to anyone in order to get a job in the country he fought Cor. These vigilantes will not necessarily be employees of. the plants under their protection. -They may even be local merchants and magnates. But the C.I.O. and A.F. of L. set the precedent here, too. They never pretended thai their rioters or goons necessarily were employees or ever had been employed at works which they picketed. The C.I.O. maintained garrisons al strategic points, ready to rush to the gates of steel mills and auto INSURANCE Phone 810 210 S. Main Hope mobile plants during Ihe organiza- lionnl terror. Many of them were Communists, practiced in the tricks of street fighting and diversion. They loafed, played cards and drank coffee, like iiremen between alarms, and when the scouts, sta- Joned where they could overlook .he scene, telephoned that American laborers or executives were approaching some entrance, ihe oons responded. Mr. Karam's vigilantes may wear military or semi-military miforms, loo, and they may drill openly in the ball parks and prac- iee the recognized refinements of riob combat, divided inlo teams, 'or the adoption of uniforms 'they will find precedent in the old newsreels and thousands of feet of IG-millimeter film taken from vindows overlooking Ihe gales of Beleaguered factories when Ihe l lieuther boys and the resl were "organizing" the workers for the 1C. I. O. Those pictures show the 'goons wearing noal and jaunty overseas caps with piping on ihem and Ihe union label as a corps insignia. They were distinctly military. They also reveal great skill in action and Mr. Karam probably could get copies of them :.'or serious study in the membership meetings of his new labor union of veterans. True, veterans will slill remember their lessons learned in camp and practiced in action in the war but mob lighting is a specialty and Mr. Karam surely is wise enough to know ihat in meeting an enemy it is important to study his methods. I will be necessary, of course, to establish legal status wilh the labor relations, board and this will call for sharp lawyers. Up 1o now the old organizations have had the besl of Ihis. Jimmy Karam may fail and his RIDING HORSES Bufifiy Rides — Hay Rides Knjoy this Hualthrul Sport HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily except Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PERRY MOSES 2',i miles out on Spring Hill road V. 1. A. may iall apart for lack of experience and specialized knowledge. Ho seemed naive when we had our little conference, he didn't even know that the law "or- bade the owner of a business to discuss union matters with an .-'m- ployee, even though they might have lived next door and Attendance in Leagues to New Record By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer The major leagues wade into the second half of the first post-war baseball campaign today virtually assured of establishing a new season attendance record before Ihe end of this month. They have hopes of reaching the 20,000,000 mark before Ihe season comes to a close Sepl. 23. A lolal of 230.4RO fans paid to see yesterday's Independence Day bargain bills to boost 'the total attendance for the National and American Leagues lo t!',flO!),3f>2, only two million short of last year's record figure. Should the New York Yankees and St. Louis Cardinals', respective rurincrs-up in the American and National Leagues, spurt to narrow the gaps between tnomsclves and the pace-selling Boston Red Sox and Brooklyn Dodgers, Ihe 20,000,000 ollendance aim may be realized. Neither the Yanks nor the Cards were able to take advantage of the mediocre performances of the league leaders yesterday. With a chance lo gain a full game each, the challengers played follow Ihe leader and splil their Iwin bills, as did the Red Sox and Dodgers. As a result, the Red Sox' six and a half game lead and the Dodgers' bulge of seven games remained intact. Dave 'Boo) Ferriss went down to his; fourth defeat of the season as the lowly Philadelphia Athletics, with Canadian Phil Marchildon doing the chucking, shaded 'the Red Sox 3-2 in the opener of their Iwin bill. With Ted Williams slamming his second nomcr of the day' and His 22nd of the season, Uie 'oox had to slave off a desperale Mack- men rally lo cop Ihe nightcap '0-8. After Emil i Dutch) Leonard flad blanked the Yankees in the first game for Washington 2-0, the Bronx Bombers, with Lefty Joe Page pitching his first complete Same in over a month, came back in the nightcap lo return the shutout ;i-U. ,jaKe \Vade. Page's southpaw running mate, making his first &iart 01 me season, piteus.-u wun to drop his nrsi decision as Leonard scattered five safeties iOr nis 'third win over the Dickeymen. A three-run nintn inning attack enabled me Dodgers 10 whip the New York Giants B-5 before 48,2111) paid admissions and earn an even split, as the Giants had won Ihe opener 7-:>. Lilllc Vic Lombard!, f i v e-fool-s eve n-inch Brooklyn piicher, wcaihered several rough sessions to emerge Ihe Victor, marKing his eignlii triumph over | the polo grounders witnoui a cie- leal over a two-year span. A two- run horner by Johnny Mize, his 2uulh ol his league career, helped ihe Gianls and pitcher Dave Koslo to the in-st game win. The Cardinals letl into third place lor several hours when they dropped the iivst game lo me Chicago Cubs 4-2, but reclaimed cne runner-up berth by capturing the nignlcap 6-1. The big gun in tne CUDS' win was veteran Billy Jur- gcs, who drove in three runs with a double, triple and single. A ninth inning double play by Ihe Cleveland Indians with tne woula-ue tying run crossing the plate prevented the Detroit. Tigers irom sweeping a pair from the tribe beiove a crowa ol $1,3U3. Outfielder Roy Cullenbine clouted three home runs, one in the iirst game wmch Detroit won 8-4, and two in Ihe second, won by the Indians U-U. Les Fleming, Don Ross, Frank Hayes and Manager Lou lioudreau homered ior Cleveland. The St. Louis Browns moved to within a half game ol the .uflh place by downing ihe Chicago While Sox 4-1 and J-2. The .browns won Ihe opener with a three-run ninth inning in which Don Kolloway dropped Wall Judnich's pop fly' wilh uvo on, precipitating an oulbursl oi temperament oy pitcher hJdgar Smitn, who promptly was removed irom the game oy Manager Ted Lyons. Homers by Hank riell and Chel Laabs accounted for all the Brownie second game runs. The Philadelphia Phillies a ri- valled lo within -a half game of inui-jjiaco boston by whipping Ihe Braves twice, 7-0 and 3-2. Oscar 1 Judd pitched the first game sliul- oul, spacing nine .nils, while Rookie Dick Mulligan a n d Charlie Schanz combined lo uuthuri Mori Cooper in the second. CARNSVAL By Dick Turner COPH. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEO. I "Belter move back over to your right .a little, children?— now papa is out of the picture I" This Curious World By William Perauson ON^E HAD A ' /4ND IF YOU LOOK IN THE MIRROR, AT THE INNER CORNERS OF YOUR EYES, YOU WILL SEE A , ALL TH Are LEFT OP THE DISAPPEARINe LID. AFTER THE SUN AND THE MOON, WHAT IS THE NEXT BRIGHTEST : HEAVENLY BODY FURNISHED THE INDIAN WITH FOOD, DRINK, TRANSPORTATION AND LODGING, ANSWER: The planet Venus. on many things while watering ihe lawn of an evening. He thought thai was downright un-American, telling neighbors they couldn't talk about something. At present his program is to settle all disputes through boards, each composed of Uirce business men, three legionnaires, three members of the veterans of ;or- eign wars and three members labor, "all fair and impartial," whose decisions are binding. The labor board would kill ihat arrangement on sight and I am a little surprised that so bright a youth hasn't yet got it through his head that he can't do that" and, moreover, could do much boter fighting with the enemy's own weapons. But there it is—a potential fascist movement which has unlimited possibilities strictly within the law that mountebank's and fools have held up .as holv gossip writ. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICi Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 218 S. Main Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMQS, ARK. New York, July 5 —(/P)— Here it is just past the traditional miaway point OL me baseball season and win be on me scene in len days. . . 'ihe Brooklyn Dodgers cmcagu Rot-Keis ui vne _-v unlevence arc scneduled 10 uegin tiaiiiiua July 10 ,ji uen ure., and tiania Kosa, Cant., re- spechveiy, ami ihey a meei iii vne la-si ex/uuiuon game at .Portland Aug. io. . . Pue regular league season won't start unta bept. >j. . . me older .ana more conservative National League won't sum miming until August and will swing imo real action wiih the Chicago lar game Aug. 23. . . ri,_,m tne way spurts ugures have Ueen ic-uing u 10 me juuge lateiy, you d tiniiK tncy buseoaaers m/gni sue me lootballers jor naringemeiH on men- season, bin I'UDiu-uui- Joe i'eii-itz nas the answer 10 tiiat. "U'neir seasun is ail over :iow, ' no mainuuns. "11 s me .Kcd oox anu me .Dodgers. 1 ' I? Sunk i IFaawtw, Jv.- good distance but poor direction Oh, Yeah? \vnen jjnal examinations caught up with tnree Vmanova Fc.jiu.iii i«os]jecls recently, woach Joraaa unvui, wno nau been an aonor siu- UL-III ai ins unaergraduaie days, said: "if mey're .101 smart onouga to pass college courses, iney je .101 smart enougn to play college ^oot- Diui." Shorts and ohells 'iransier ol tne'aalem, Va., 1'ran- clase in me iilue J«Klge League xo Lenoir, j\. u., give me Tar iieel .state A'A clubs in oryanixea baseball .. . Ivan Scnoliei UiKc nouie), winner ot iho Allied vjanu-s discus throw last year and an outstanding pro grid piospecl, lailed to quala'y i" his specially in ihe recent Missouri Valley track meet. He got It's Plenty Lewisville Plays Texarkana Team Here Tonight \ Lewisville's strong Soulli?rn Lumber Co. Lumberjacks will allemot to add two victories to their win I column Friday night when they meet the Pine Street Presbyterian church team of Texarkana al the fair grounds in a doubleheader with the games starting al 7:30. The Jax have defeated some of the strongest teams in this area and hold a 4-1 victory over the '.obb-Tooley radio team of Hope. Manager George Dobson of Ihe ^ewisville leam has announced lhal IB will send his Iwo ace pitchers Bud Formby and Hank Williams oul lo cop Ihe Iwin bill. Dobson also announced his unofficial lineup as: Buster Strallon, ss; Marvin Whitehead, 2b; Bill McClendon, ib; Charles McClendon, c; Bill Grif- !ln, 2b; Walter Wilson. Ib; Rodney -.andes, cf; Dux Mulkey, rf; and 3ud Formby, p. Admission for the games has been set at 15c for everyone. Lookouts Climb to Second in Southern By The Associated-Press The Chattanooga Lookouts threw New Orleans 'for -a 'double loss and climbed above Memphis to second place in the Southern Association last night. A four-run splurge in the fourth helped turn the trick tor a G to 5 decision in the opener,, while Hal Toenes held the Pels lo six scal- lered hils to take the nightcap, 3 to 2. The pace-setting Atlanla Crackers got no more than even break with Ihe Memphis Chicks, despile the fad lhal ihe Crackers' two ace moundsmen, Earl McGowan and Bill Ayers, gave up only a total of tive hils in Ihe Iwo games. Atlanta took the seven-inning firsl game, 3 to 0, when McGowan let down Ihe Chicks with two scratch singles, tor his thirteenth triumph of the campaign. In the nightcap, Ayers was nicked for only three solid blows, while Atlanta slammed out nine, but the Chicks won 3 to 1. First Baseman Frank Heller hit a home run for the only score against Mempnis Hurler Charley Riple. The Nashville Vols and the Mobile Bears also split a twin affair. The Bears took the abbreviated opener, 4 to 1, behind the two-hit pitching of Pat McGlothin, but '.he Vols came back with an 18-hit barrage lo grab Ihe second game, 11 to 3. In the Circuit's other .Independence Day doublehea'der, Birmingham defeated Little Rock, 7 to 2 and 6 to 2. Tonight's schedule: Atlanta at Memphis Birmingham at Lilllc Rock Nashville al Mobile Chaltanoga at New Orleans. Huge Frenchman Captures British Tennis Title Wimbledon, Eng., July 5 — (UP) — Towering Yvon Pelra, 0-fool, 7- inch French Davis Cup slar who learned lo play tennis as a barefoot boy in. Indo-China, won the men's singles championship of tne All-England tennis tournament today, defeating 22-year-old Geolfrey Brown of Australia in a gruelling live-sel match, 6-2, G-4, 7-9, 4-7, G-4. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Brooklyn —Pele Mead, 15G, Givmd Rapids, Mich, outpointed Jerry Fiorello, 157, Brooklyn, 10. San Juan, Puerto Rico—Jose Basora, 160, San Juan, t.k.o. Mario Ochoa, 157 3-4, Havana, 3. Page Flvo Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to th« action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: Congress, 7th District PAUL GEREN BRUCE BENNETT OREN HARRIS 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINTON J. W. (BILL! PATTO.N JR. Circuit Judge LYLE BROWN DEXTER BUSH State Senator, 9th Dist. EMORY A. THOMPSON DR. F. C. CROW JAMES p, IIULSEY: Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector T1LMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CtAUDE II. SUTTON For 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 WILL'IS PINK W. TAYLOR For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER ARTHUR C. ANDERSON For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEILD, JR. Nevada County For Sheriff and Collector OTIS LANGSTON Sammy Snead Is Winner of British Title St. Andrews, Scotland,' July 5 — (UP)— Sammy Snead of Hot Snnnps, Va... won the British Open golf championship today, the first American to take the title since Denny Smite turned the trick in 1933. Legal Notice GARDENS Half Mile East of Hope FEATURING • GOOD STEAKS • Chicken Dinners 2 Private Dining Rooms OPEN FROM 5 P. M. 'Til Midnight • Cover Charge Saturday Night MILTON EASON, Owner Time to Pack Away Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver Put them in Moth Proof Bags • Plenty of Parking Space 'S Hatters HUGH B. HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76 WARNING ORDER No. 6527 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. : Annie Doris Sherman....Plaintiff vs. Booker T.-Sherman....Defendant The Defendant, Booker T. Sherman is warned lo appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Annie Doris Sherman. Witness my hand and the seal o£ said court this 12 day of June 194G C. E. WEAVER, Clerk By Omera Evans, D. C, W. S. Atkins, Att'y. for Plaintiff Lyle Brown, Att'y. Ad Litem (SEAL) June 14, 21, 28, July 5 Maybe hs should have tried the Schottel put. . . Sr. Jorge Pasquel, Mexican League boss who took Mickey Owen's place as manager of one of the clubs, also.is author of a piece on his circuit in True Magazine. Versatile guy. Dots All, Brothers Red McClain, just signed as New York U. backt'ield coach, is one up on Line Coach Chet Gladchuk, another nro Giant. McClain will have one promising playar Joe Bonacorsa, who was at Mitchel 1'ield last fall. . . Confidence note: Two weeks before Johnny Fulton won the National SOO-melers title at San Antonio, and the trip to Europe that went with it, he had his passport for the European tour. REED Motor Co, 108 East Division St. • Complete Repair Shop • Body qnd Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop MECHANICS: Carl Jones and Frank Yarbrough 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 servict. in town — Bargain; In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 15? 411S.Ho*el LAWNMOWERS ' Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. Main St. ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co, Phone 241 Hope, Ark. For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phono 413 Night Phono 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St Hopo,

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