Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 9, 1946 · Page 4
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MOM STAfc, MOM. A ft R A N S A I Tuestlny, July 9, . - ~ ...5 -.-..»..... / .1 ... Bv Chick Younq BUMSTEAD' YOU'RE THE GLASS TOP "OF ^I||!IHII UTJ ,"**\t in rsr—r-i/^.-^i _»•**,•* !••» ^_-V ' J*.faia. ^ji —'«^. / WHAt'S ; MATTER, <yiAN? ANYTHING WRONG, SIR ? - HE TOOK A SWALLOW OF COFFEE AND THEN KEELED OVEft. THE WAITER IS DUE FOR SOME QUESTIONING. . ^^ ^ ^r TEN MINUTES LATE OUR PERCOLATOR PLBNTY/ r THIS MAN IS DEAD.'CALL THE POLICE. ASK POR INSPECTOR GROWL, TELt HIM VIC FLINT IS HERE. THEN HOLD THE RECEIVER AWAY FROM YOUR EAR/ BROKE, AND , WE COULDNT PERCOLATORS PERCOLATOR ON HAND FOR SUCH AN EMERGENCY? N\V PEAR FELtOwT THERe'5~A %$ SSiM 1'0 NEVER SHAKE _ I^APORTANT THftT I LOOK, P/XRP.'HERE'S THAT WE - -••"--•fci-» k .^. i rim i riWW OUGH6RED GOAT IJJST BOUC-HT MOHEST IIM:\S Side Glances By Galbrairh ~m, // }VHyARS'NTJ'"...CAUSE KNUCKLE \VHlSl<y TENOR- B , FUR-RAlP/ WAIT'UL I GET AAV ON THAT S/^\ITH SWAB../ WE HA.VE SLACKS A,Ut WOOL ER...DON'T VOU THINK LESS ARE A BIT LONG, SIR-Z NOT KT ALL .THEV'RE PERFECT I ^i^-^^ "Sometimes'I wish they substantialjike_a_good roast beef sandwich!" Frcckles Q"d H's ri Bv Blosser COPR. 1.-46 BY NEA SERV!CE. INC. T. M. PEC „ c PAT . OFF . veurs in the quartermaster corps certainly ruined \you ior^slmpping f,, r a family of three!" ?unny Business MR. WHEAT is so CAPABLE HE'S SIMPLY COSMIC- PLEASED TO MEET YOU / MY NAME IS HILDA By Hcrshbcrger MEAN HE REALLY is/ GRUBBLE — AMD TUAMKS , LOADS FOK RESCUING Me! YOUR. METHOD OFOPETRATlOM WAS POSITIVELY INSEMOUS / WHETM YOU SEE A euy WATS WHEN , REMEMBER.' • ». .— • i | b-r*»-'v>'i^ i iw w EASV/ J NATURALLY WOULD A , ALL ABOUT ME/ HAVF AN ADVAM- TA<5E OVES. • YOUNGER MINDS/ fUN HOUSE IS MOT THE WORD FOR THIS.. IT'S A CRAZY HOUSE.' ROLL OF POUSM OUTA HEPE OKAY WHAT I'M LOOKIM6 THE^TH^S^'^T^ TJ£ W l 60. THE j VCUI* STEP THIS JUMPlM 1 FLOOR.' WHATCHA DO, BUD, YOUI?. SHIMS? =^—^"COH. IMS tl NCAStKVICt, INC. T.'^McTuTs. I-AT. On.^~ B^feag don'thappenjojwvc.any buUcrjvilh 5^ou,_do you? \^ COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC Thimble Theater IT'S ALL /M'A! OF HER WRISKS.'.' MY IN THE RHYTHM WRBTS J- I S'LIEVE I YAM CLOSER TO TH' EARTV THAN I WAS.'/ OIL NEEPS < HE'S SO QLUeT V WE. OOtSKTI WDVJt'. V=> 6\VL ' Out Our Way By J. R. Wi!liam .COPR. 1946 BY NEA SCRylpE.jj£j. .M. .IJEO. U. S. PATlg Our Boarding House With Major Hopple COME OW.5IR OAKY/ -70U GOT A SHIRT/ SAY, JIS W OH 1 DOM'T T r-,lMMr THAT APOLOGIZE AM' \ EWOU6HTQ HOO ~HIM CH^L, P^ « & COULDM'T RE- 1 7HIKJK I CAM / FEOM HERE / TH^r Jr| AVE W TAKIM' ^ BE USED/ 1 -^"^ UpE^DE FURTHER.' U OPEKJ. WERE HIDIW' BEHIWD WE'LL SHOW EM VUP, MA30R.' ABOOTA.UL<L_, FOR PAINT.'— I'LL STEP DOWI4 fO THE ) % \ HAW6 S6£M A •" . „...„,, I2-INMINS SAME ON qi , ,_ ,. - _ A FE\M Cftti6/-*~ 5 A^tHE WAV HOMB/•**!/, ^IS^ J° \ STAR. \ Outc i "^ VACATION ] BEFORE FROST YOU'RE LOOKIWG EGAD.MESTERDAV TH'SAFE DOOR^H'/^SOMETHIWG SLAM JUST I- Tl ld\y Ctlll IIIX* if J\ nr?r-f\n f— ^- — — _ . . . IWVESTIGATIW' THEY CAN'T GET '• • — •• — — vfc.-!-^ i it i si —wi-n_ i 11 IINI^ .jL-riiM UUiJ I /— THEY SWUUg IT BEFORE I GOT SLAMMED OH HUBBA-IIUBBA/7 COLORVOO .VeLLAs? IS THERE A BALL -.,.., HICKS.'SOME BUZZARD TAPPED YOU ON w HEAD BO HE COULD -DOCTOR ~— RED RTDER= —r[ SM3PLE ;=£- -rnotor WCK5 J WAS SL!l? e OF =TORT, RED.' YOUR TH*T, ' ILL DITCH THIS SA-DOLE TlLLTH EXCITEMENT DOWN- THS IT GOOP BORM THItCTV VEARS TOO SOO1O wk^^m^^sjap^i^rtsfHfQj Tuesday, July 9, 1046 CLASSIFIED • All Wa ^f rf MU8t Be tn ° fflce Dny Belor e Pvibllcntlon ant Ad. Cash In Advance • Not Taken Over the Phon. »»« ate8 Bre for Coritlm >°ua Insertions Only MORE *OU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL- NICE BIG UVR S7MNERS F w" Chance, m Southern Ice plant. 12*1 in GARAGE WITH COMPLETE SET of tools. Apply SOS'/, South Main I •Jt. or phone lOfl-J. a-Gl Wonted to Rent 3 OR 4 ROOM HOUSE WITH IN ~2 miles of town, phone 39!). Q.st Real Esrnte for Sale RTSOISTKRED .TTORSEY Gol , UI COWS llARrlCY DAVIDSON cycle 7-1. ICxcellciit condition. Hea- Ronnble prices. Horace McCain, -escotl, Ark. •_].( MY HOM!TPO~R~SM.,E, CAN~BR seen after G p.m. BOG West 4th % Phoni! 149-W. 3-2w . eery store, about $B,000 stock Sec owner at Chester Sk-phcns Oro- eery and Service Station, Ble_________________ __ _ 3-oi SP;KD OATS, $1.20 PER BUSHEL '_. Blevins, Ark. 3-fH TABLE TOP Oir Phoilu t> - Sann Stolu> _-U.^OO East 15th Street. G-3t Wll EEI/ Cl f AYnV'lJELUXET^ME as new. H. R. Hedmon, ISxpcr- ,. l '. ___ r\i . ,-~ „ * 8-Gt — ,, . ... , v , ivuuinuil, ILi> iinciit Station. Phone l-F-2. FOR Used. A 8-3 McCHOY .store or flower shop, j-oiul buy. Cull 8^f)-W. ON K-FOUrriMTTUMr^OMTLETF with 100 ft, I'/, pipe, sucker roc . :nul working barrel. See L C Ilinton. Phone 2G-J-11. 8-.1t ROOM HOUSE, NEWLY PAPER, eel and painted. (JO by 100 foot lol Inquire at 201 South' Washington 6-(it 2 NEW i5 ROOM IIOMEsTlMMED- uite possession and priced right More than 2!) farms, some well , , . located. Priced ticwallcn. 8-3't POSSESSION AT ONCPJ. NEW modern five room house, corner lot, Reasonable price. C. B Tyler. Terms. g.'ji FOSTER-ELLIS DUPLEX APARTMENT ON PAV- ecl slroeflhreu blocks from business area. G-roorn and 4-room two balhs. Part apartments, down on Fair Enough By Wcitbrook Peglcr Copyright, 1946 By King Feature* Syndicate. New York, July 8 — On May 3, a 17-year-old Negro boy named Willie Francis wns led to the- electric chair in New Iberia, La., lo be put to death for murder. He was strapped in, and the siwtcli was thrown and nothing happened. A wire had come loose and it is doubtful that any current at all passed through him, althouKh he says he felt the heat of the attachments on his head and leg and others who were present observed some of the familiar reactions of human beings in the chair, such as co »vulsipn and puffing of inn lips. Willie Francis has been reprieved until the Supreme Court of the United States cun pass upon an appeal claiming double jeopardy on the ground thai the stale had its chance to kill him and bungled a grisly job. A layman may ignore the nice- 'es.nf law here and plead thai Louisiana stop this torture at once by cominuilng the boy's sentence to me imprisonment. The real punishment of the death penally under our system lies in Ihe hours, weeks • v.. .!„• i tt>1 tvvw uu ins, lull ""• *'. T ^v^iii Jic^ in LIIU no HIS WC( •n pnyment. monthly payments alld months of wailing, the 'ners balance. Quick sale, $5500. ence of desperate hope until'• l!i*;f inctnnf *l->«-i ..:,.:<_ _. i« i. i i FOUR HOOM HOUSK'ANLI TWO lots located in Phillips addilion directly behind Alex Purtlo 1 ' housie. See LeRoy Eusterling after ' " '" 9-m ...... C1IO\V PUPPIKS " months old, 1 nine months old Wude Wan-on, Phono U50. 9-(jj T> PASSEN- P" 11 ••"•"••• •.-"« ouj 13etts, 1007 South Fulton. May be seen aftei d p.m. n.:n OU1SMOBILE. Her sedan. Dorsey LITTLE GIRLS' P1NAFORF.S and sun.'uiits, sixes 2-)-(i yi>ars ol «go. Liltle boys seersucker sun- suits, ;, fi e 2, 1012 Foster Avenue. Mrs. R. I.;. Ponder, phono G59-W 9-31 JERSEY COW~ WITH month old calf, good milchor. W .Johnson, Blevins Rt. 1. 9.31 For Renf TflREE -ROOMS FURNISHED lor light housekeeping. Near Sehooley's^ store. Photic 38-F-ll. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 2 ROOM AI . ^...*-j t ,i. tv_/JV lilltNI north of Hope Brick Yard. L C Godwin. - g.3 ( ' Wonted TIIHEE OR FOUR ROOM UN- Jnrmslied oniirtmcnt or house Phone 1112-W. J. R. Johnson. li-Gt For Sale orTrode 10-IO CHEVROLET, I'/. TON truck. Prnctlriill.y nev lire's, motor 1 your old. Reed Motor Co. 6-3t Mattress 5 .Renovating FOR THE BEST IN OTTARAN- tnecl work ciill Cobb's Maltlross Co. at 712 W. 4th. We call for , and deliver. Phone 229-J. 21-lm Lost TWO PERSIAN CATS, ONE GREY nno brown between Hope nnd Pros-cell. $3.00 Reward each. Con- lacl Fox Tire Shop, phone 540. G-3t ONE (100-1(1 TIRE, WHEEL ~AND cnrrier. Lost July 1st. bctwecji I'tilcon .and Hope. H. D. Cox Hucltner, Ark. jj.(jj Notice FOR GENERAL HAULING AND long distance moving, Call George Carver, Phone 873. Hope, Ark. 11-lm RIDING HORSES NEW FIVE-ROOM HOUSE JUST completed, hardwood floors, modern throughout, corner lol. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FOSTER Avenue, newly papered and re- decoruli'd interior. DUPLEX APARTMENT, GOOD condition, renting for '$00 month, $4,SOU.. per FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FULTON street. $2750. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, NEWLY PA- pered, corner lol, 7. r >x!f)0, $450(1. INVESTMICNT P R O P E R T Y- Three-unit apartment) bringing !)>au per month, fiood condition Make-us an offer. Must sell. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE ON EAST Division, newly papered, scaped, good condition. land- INVESTMENT PROPERTY: TWO 5-room houses on West Fourth street, four blocks .from business area. On pavement. Take both for $r>!j.()0. SMALL HOUSE AND 4.81 ACRES ol land on paved Highway 67 between Hope and Missouri' Pacific viaduct. Make us an offer. SEVERAL NICE RESIDENTIAL lots in various parts of town. CONSTRUCTION IS UNDERWAY in Shover Village Addition, exclusive Negro district. Few choice lots left. Can bo brought on small clown payment and monthly terms. FARM PROPERTY: TIMBER, lake farm on Blevins Highway Modern five-room house, hardwood floors, electricity, good water. Two large tenant houses large barn. Over 300 acres land Priced for quick sale. MODERN FIVE-ROOM HOUSE and three and half acres on Hope-Washington highway three miles from town. Garage servant house, water, lights, gas, other improvements. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, TWO BARNS garage, tool house, 70 acres good land, plenty of water, one mile south of Spring Hill. ,ET MR. CHARLEY BAKER show you our other farm listings in Hempstead and Nevada counties, ranging from 40 to 1 000 acres. . FOSTER-ELLIS PHONE 221 9-31 Taken Up BLACK JERSEY, WHITE STREAK in belly, short horn, year old Jess McFaddin, Oakland addition. 8 . 3t Rides — Hay Rides Enjoy Ihis Healthful Sport HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily except Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PERRY MOSES miles out on Spring Hill road Lookouts Take Over Second in Southern By the Associated Prass , . „ Chattanooga Lookouts •ockecl Memphis with a 10 to 2 decision last night and took the Uncles place in the second slot in the Southern Association. The eague-leading Atlanta Crackers took iin 11 io ,'j lacing from New :lst --. -- ~--"t-v,,nt iiwjju mini the last instant, the visits or helpless anguished relatives and the kindness of attendants, including the unhappy chaplains, -who would grant the prisoner life if they only could and yet, in the end, must lake his life as certainly as though they bore him a personal grudge. No way has yet been devised of Killing a human being by order of the court and according to law which, in the end, relieves this stately official act of the brutality of long premeditated murder Hitler, in his early days, and with his insane concept of dignity, appointed a headsman in formal evening dress who lopped off heads with an axe. In some of our western slates M, 6 i a ih e , U ' ied the firing sc » llad u "d he lethal gas chamber but, though these methods may be less painful "the final instant than hanging beheading and the electric shock "•" torture of contemplating re-.-ins and Willie Francis has gone through all that and the final act as well in which he played his nnHV 11 "?', ntcc , ort "ng to the law, and ived to tell of it only because the state fell down. I was in the prison yard at Car'" Nov., a few years ago and un Court Docket .July 8, 1940 Ciirley B. McAclams, Disturbin peace, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. I'. C. Clark, Assault & Batterj Foi foiled $10.00 cash bond. Jack Thomas, running red lieh Forfeited $1.00 cash bond. Dcrryl Herring, running red lish Forfeited $1.00 cash bond. Luther Garner, Jr. running- re> light. Forfeited $1.00 cash bond. Tommy Wardoll, no driver's Ii cense. Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Gotalclino Aclock, no drivers Ii cense, Forfeited $5.00 dash bond. Milton Franks, driving with 4 ir front seal, Forfieted $1.00 casl aond. Clarence Dwight, Trespassinp (Failure to pay Railroad farci Plea of guilty. Fined $10.00 Charles Owen Thompson, pcli arceny, plea of guilty fined $25.00 and 1 day in jail. Geraldino Adcock, driving while drunk, forfeited $20.00 cash bond. Ihe following forfeilod $!5.00 casl bond on a charge of speeding: Hanson Rothwell, R. P. McLain '. H. Herring, S. D. Currie. Isaac Clark, gaming, forfeiteci ?10.00 cash bond. Mack Colbert, gaming, forfeited $10.00 cash bond. L. N. Grant, drunkenness, plea of guilly, fined $10.00. The following forfeiteci 'a $10.00 cash bond on a charge of drunken- J. A. Smith, W. T. Hammond, dii Slade, Geo. McNab, Cicel Ep- on, Tommy Twelly, Grover Far- els, James E. Jones, W. M. McKissick, O. N. Neal, N. T. Ilutchin- on, Major Thomas. State Docket Tom Scott, Sally Lou Hall, Joe /augh, Reed Tarter, Milton Franks, ^sa Carter, poss. of untaxed in- oxicatina liquor, forfeited $50.00 son, Orleans. ,. T "e Lookouts' Maxie. Wilson held the Chicks to seven fairly well A 15-hit barrage spelled the Crackers 1 undoing. The Pels nicked Earl McGowan for 13 hits in seven innings and added a couple more off Emile Lochbaum Jesse Danna let the pace-setters down with eight safeties. Nashville won 0 to 1 to make it three in a row over the Little Rock Travelers behind Dutch McCall's classy low-hit pitching. McCall struck out 11 in racking up his sixth triumph of the campaign. In the fifth, Pete Thomassie Cy lock rmrl TO 1 1 T\iTo.-, .,:..„ _i ____ ' •*, vittingly found myself in the death house, which I took to be- a refrigerator. Around the yard, in the shade of the high wall, idle men were rotting with nothing to do. A few were working in a shop making license plates for automobiles, a few were playing catch and a few were making hat ornaments out of horse hair. As we entered the death house I saw a.man in slacks and a white shirt pacing his cell and swatting Hies. 1 grinned amiably, still not knowing what this place was, and with a look that 1 cannot describe, he turned his back. The principal keeper then led me into the gas chamber a few I'eet away and, In a voice clearly audible to the man in the cell, explained how it worked and how the stethoscope running out through the double window, to the ears of the official doctor, would tell when the man was dead. He heard it all arid he gave us his back as we went out. What would you have said to .him? "Good KICK" or "Glad to have seen you"? He was n very game man, a gambler who had killed his wife and refused to apply ::or commutation because that would mean life in ine same idle uselessness that he could see about him through the open door. The governor, when I saw him later in the day, seemed relieved for if the gambler persisted in his determination, lhat meant that he would not have to pass on an appeal for clemency. In Arizona, there was an w « w ^ ull ^,. ,,, „,,. chamber of the prison at Florence and the stories 'in the papers told us that the father of the young Latin two years back, execution in tlie Block and Bill Manning slammed T"" 1 - a P °°/ Mexican °" Latin- out homers on consecutive ni cheJT'l American, from the, desert coun- It was the fifth fnM,-.hn aoo ,. S Vir' u 'y. waned outside the death house It was the flnh four-bagger or the r t,^fSt°Z s ^ocT. d Mnnnln « In the other game, the Mobile Bears olsq chalked up their ihird straight victory by turning back Bn-mingham 5 to 3. The Barons fj A , , 1 ° 1 v/," rst """ing two-run ead, but Mobile came back with three in the second, only to be tied in the seventh. In the eighth e m er ' Mol?ile P ushed *«o» M.-. m °, r . e to lce the game. E. M McGlothm fanned nine barons Tonight's games: New Orleans at Atlanta Mobile at Birmingham Memphis at Chattanooga Little Rock at Nashville -- - — - ------ _ __ _ Legal Notice SEE FRED SUTTON for Concrete Work of All Kinds Phone 113-J Hope, Ark Doug /""ITY Carl Bacon V*l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repair! Phone 784 PINE GARDENS Half Mile East of Hope FEATURING No 0544 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark J °'™ SW - House Plaintiff Joan House Defendant Ihe Defendant, Joan House is warned to appear in this court within hirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, John W. Witness my hand and the seal of said courl Ihis 1 day of July 194(j w o A.I- C - E ' WEAVER, Clerk ^:,f- Atkuw. Atl'y. for Plainliff July 2, 9, 1G, 23 Litem _,-,.„, » u ... »«i^. uv; t>ui i V-UUI !• try, waited outside the death house With a buckboard and blankets to carry the body back home for burial. Then he drove off with his boy dead in the buckboard. We kill- and "we turn over the bodies of the dead lo their families and the anguish is inflicted not only on the guilty, themselves, who may nave killed in panic on the instant, but on their mothers and sisters. Of course, capital punishmen lias been debated endlessly and ou laws inflicting the death penall' express our pathelic inability t' work out any other deterrent thu lar, hot thai Ihe death penalty dou deter, as our homicide rate shows i i • £' nsilamec ' of all this, w hold these ceremonies in privacy although in some primitive commu miles, where formal executions an rare occasions, the public come trouping .to picnics and childrei have been held up by their moth »rs above the heads of the crowd to see the man go through ih nooi-, The rest of us regard thes as brutal and degrading scenes Capital punishment is the law o Louisiana but surely Louisiana i big enough to take responsibility ib the failure to kill Willie Francis on the lirst attempt and white civil ization and law and order cai V";.':"; 'he continuing torture hert inlliclcd on a boy of 17, wnu no iu"li. ol his own, is wait ing now to die again. .<iuu ftas Louisiana got to lose SPORTS ROUND New York, Jul yO —f/P)— In his comment on the NBA quarterly ing ratings, Prexy Abe Greene berates promoters for paying more attention to the box office than to '.improvement of the breed" of fighters...If Abe would cook up some way to employ mutunl belting, like other breed improvers, the box office would take care of itself...Newark, N. J., followers of Joe Curcio, who fights Ray Robinson Friday, slaged an "outdoor victory rally" last night. It was like .an old-fashioned block party, which is okny unless Curcio starts to block with his chin. -It Must Be The Heat Slightly silly sports items of the past week-end; Gi/jno, a racing dog, reversed his field at Jie Mult- iomah track, Portland, Oreg. and caught the mechanical rabbit. Giz- no was knocked cold, either by violent contact or surprise...When he Jasl few yachts reached Ber- nuda in the long race Jrom New- xm, R. I., no limes were recorded because all the officials were attending a cocktail parly...Golfer Byron Nelson announced at Columbus, O. .Friday lhat he'd shoot a Cli Saturday. He did, Ihen carded 69-07 Sunday... He Got His Man John Beer, the Newark, N. J., scribe, tells of visiting Tony Ga- lenlo's spot recenlly when Tony was bemoaning the fact that he never got a return shot at Joe Louis...In the middle of the dis cussion, an inebriated visitor insisted on shaking hands with Tony himself...Galento tried to iirush him off with: "Tony ain't here; he's 'away refereeing."...The drunk merely eyed him and stated: "No other man could look like Tony Galenlo." Sportsmention Bob Cahill, Notre Dame ticket manager, already is getting the leadache thai comes from trying lo salisfy 100,000 buyers wilh Notre Dame's allotment of 39,000 army game tickets. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Pittsburgh—Ossie (Bulldog) Har_is. 1GG 1-2, Pittsburgh, outpointed -owboy Reuben Shank, 157, Den- Washington, D. C. —Beau Jack 2, Augusta, Ga., stopped Sammy Angott, 143, Washington, Pa 7) Cleveland — Tommy Yarosz, ICG' Wonaca, Pa... outpointed. Mose Brown, 172, Pittsburgh, (10). By United Press Chicago — Henry Mills, 148 1-2 raai 'y.' Incl., knocked out Clarence Ross, 147, Coffeyville, Kans. (4). v ,1 W ,X? rk , Velordrome -Danny Webb, 128, Montreal, stopped Lew Transparent!, 131, Brooklyn, ((j) New York Queensboro Arena — ohnny Colan, 174, Astoria N Y utpoinled Teddy Warwick, R. i! Wesl Springfield, Mass. —Johnny o s f;'"°,>. 140 ' B ' VJS ton, outpointed Cotton King, 140, Miami, Fla. (10). Stolen Atom Film Affirmed by Department Kwajalein, July 8-</P)—Theft in Vew -York of a package of atomic ash bond, ivil ., T ' > . el " la Louise Anderson, vs E i. McCorkle, action in replevin for a 'l le - c tc., dismissed with pre - udiee on Plaintiff's motion bomb test i'ilm labelled "top secret" was confirmed today by Brig. Gen. Roger N. Ramey but he said the thief obtained only an unimportant sequence of the preliminary drop.of a practice bomb. The film was being flown to Rochester, N. Y., lo test the sped of delivery, the 20lh bombing command chief said. Every^ film flown to the United Slates i'or procesing is marked "lop secret." (The navy announced in Wash- jngton Saturday night that- 1,275 feet of "unimportant film" exposed three weeks before the real atomic bomb test had disappeared and an investigation was under way. The film was stolen, from an officer courier, in New York.)" Prosecution Ends Cose Against Gen. Mihailovic Belgrade, July 3 •— (UP)— The prosecution finished its case against Gen. Draia Mihailovic and 23 other defendants today with a demand lor the most severe sentence •— death — "to satisfy justice and punish one of the most shameles traitors in our people's history." Death .is the most severe sen- IIPP f or treason charges. j inunderous applause from the packed courtroom greeted the pros edition's demand. The prosecution charged thnl Mi- hailovic was urged by Brilish and ' American liaison officers to fight the partisan forces of Marshal Tito.- TwoSoftoall Games on Card Tuesday Nigh! Rain last night prevented openin P' a y of the second half of Hope' boHball League which is expectei i?..8et underway tonight with Lioi i a i, n . Re P n ans meeting at 7:3 and Moore taking on Stewarts ii the second contest. Two games rained out last night Hefner-Nash vs Cobb-Tooley am Whiz Kids against Wylie Motor Co wi'l be played Friday night, Jo Dildy, director, announced. A strong Camden team, Palmer' Grocery which has won 14 agains 3 losses to head the city league will come here Wednesday nigh tor a game with the Hope league leading Cobb-Tooley bunch. The Camden boys are reportec to be very strong and hold wins over hurler J. L. Robinson who lo cal fans have seen pitch here with a Texarkana team a couple of sea sons ago. Palmer's power seem; to be at the bat and the team hit ling average is a vicious .349. BIGGEST BUDDHA The world's largest ' image of Buddha is located at a.spot neat Tokyo. The image is 40 fee high, built of concrete at a cost o $50,000. Three thousand person' can stand in the lap of the statue PIANOS r A d — A Ur 9 e Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" * Look * "!« ne w • 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. o . Texor l«»na's Only Exclusive Piano Co." Buchongn Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. • GOOD STEAKS • Chicken Dinners 2 Private Dining Rooms OPtN FROM 5 P. M. 'Til Midnight • Cover Charge Saturday Night MUTCH: EASQN, Owner Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cosh Every Week RUNS MARTIN PATMQS, ARK. NOTICE TO CONSUMERS OF PASTURIZED MILK The government has stopped paying subsidies to producers of milk and. on account of the cost of feed, it is necessary that we raise our price to our producers to take care of the subsidies which the producers were receiving from the Federal Government. Effective July 9th, it will be necessary for us to raise our prices to consumers of pasturized milk. OLIE'S DAIRY WE'LL REMOVE THOSE RATTLES and BANGS If your car sounds like a junk pile in motion bring it to our tender and body shop. We'll remove all-the clatter and make it whole again. • We invite your Inspection of our work* HEFNER NASH c ¥ OTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 Time to Pack Away Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver t Plenty of Parking Space Cleaners ALI'S Hatters i. HALL, Owner N. Fergu,on Phone 7« PILES Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin Thousands change groans to grins. Use nf'lTi ^•""•* af °TOuTa to relieve discomfort ? P I eS ir, Sent Druggists by noted Thorn'°'' & . Minor Clinic. Surprising QUICK al . relief of pain, itch, irritation: Tends to soften, shrink swelling. Usa '•i?!^". g ay .- , 5 et tub e Thornton & Minors Rectal Ointment or Rectal Suppositories today. Follow label directions. At all good drug stores everywhere—in Hope, at Gibson Drug. INSURANCE a) A Saving The prudent man carries insurance. The careful man carries MUTUAL insurance. For Mutual insurance is offered to only owners.of the better class of property, to people who are interested in preventing loss. As a result, losses have been less frequent, and that economy of Mutual operation makes it possible to return. 20 percent savings in the form of. dividends to policyholders. See Us and Save 20 percent on Your- Insurance Cost! Non-Assessable. . .Legal He- serve. FOSTER-ELLIS Mutual Agency Prompt Settlement of All Claims 108 East Second Rhone 221 BUYING Hope Watermelons ANY QUANTITIES LOADING TRUCKS CurtisCannon Phone 66 3rd & Main ELECTRICAL Contracting ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Rettig Electric Co. 220 E. 3rd Phone 613 Appliance Sales & Service REED Motor Co. 108 East Division St. • Complete Repair Shop 9 Body and 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 service in town — Bargains In Secondhand Fwroltur* AUI, WORK GUARANTEED Phone 15? 411$, Hotel Page F!v« Political Announcements The Star is authorized to ann °HT ce the following at candidates subject to th« action of the Democrat!'! primary elections this Sum- Congress, 7th District PAUL GEHEN BRUCE BENNETT OREN HARRIS, 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT • JAMES H. PILKINTON J. W. (BILL) PATTO>T JR. PAT ROBINSON Circuit Judge LYLE BR.OWN.; DEXTER BUSH, State Senator, 9th Dist. •; EMORY A. THOMPSON- DR. F. C. CROW JAMES P. HULSEY Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector T1LMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. 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 WILLIS 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 • REMOVED FREE , -Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS end CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope. Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Mgin 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 Phone 413 Night Phon« 1Q15-J We Specialize in lARWICK'S Electric Service 114 p. Third 8t Hop*' Ark

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