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i«M Btmdie < .. By Chick Youruj FROWNS ON THIS SORT" OF TWINS Side Glances THE NEXt MORNING:] I CAUEb YOU ^ FUNt, BECAUSE I WANTED TO SHOW YOU SOMETHING. WHAT DO YOU MAKE OF THIS? By Galbraith I D'ON'T MAKB ANVTHIN6 OF IT. GROWL. WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT? WE FOUND THAT ON STILL'S DEAD . PLINT. WHAT WAS HE DOING . WITH IT? Momfay, July 15, 194* •<fc**T *— J-^l.'-*-.* ..£_'• ""A. 1 *•!.!-. -"*•*- — I • 'j •!•«*«• Y / I Tf It YOU t'V£ GOT \ / TO 5EC INSPECTOR GROWL. THE R4PER5 V SAY HE'S LOOKIMG FOR A MAN NAMED IWILI6HT AND I'VE seen TWitianr! I >IAIIM:\S k R.jliKreJ U. 8. P«(fnt Oltke , Ob, 1111 only goint; out with- George, so I'll just match some of these old stockings—I can *ave my new ones for ;i date with some stranger!" ?unny Business By Hersliberaer "See? I've gotjny^f_ajMo_ Freckles and His Friends By Blosser ^•sss^sti^ ] tefew f sjs-^i? ®pg£ MRS. KANE: IS ABOUT RETA'DV / THAT WOMAN! fORPn&kl M/I/PAT ' ^s^ s D " iy^ £ *'s^l^~^|^A ^^ HER DOUQHNUTS WOULD kIL >*-~" ~ "~~«^-—— • •--^v THATS ALL FINE. I Me LIVES SOM , BUT WHAT I IM THE DO YOU KNOW /MADDEM ABOUT HIM ? / HOUSe l^ON DIKE STREET —HE'S MARRIED AND IS AM ALL-ROUND WHAT A SALES- MAM' 'H'-K*^ ;*HoVabout a veal stew, lady?..And keep the dillcrcncc!" HAVE voti CALLED ON HIM AT HIS HOME, FRECKLES ? TniMfc I / WOULP.SOM. GOSM.I. NEVER. THOUGHT n IV,«INJ» OF DOING- SURROUNDINSS THAT., /OFTEM Give: VOU MOM .' /A BETTER UNDCp.- 5TAMPINJG- OF HIS *^>. ^ CHARACTER./ . Popeye Thimble Theater I CAW CO ,> BETTER , WITHOUT < MV SHOES Out Our Way W^'..!. By J. R. Williams STOSW BREWIM6 ^, OVER TALLAPOOSAJ T"(«w) p^? FL A ,P: TELU z POPEVE I WON'T BE BACK FDR LUNCH O WELL, SHE'S ", JMIM' OVER WITH TH' KIPS AM' IM YOUR WORDS. eiVE MF THE LOWDOWM--AMD I'M SURE IT IS SOMETHING* LOV\/DOWM.' 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V 1HAI AIN 1 HftRPLV A ROOFTOP, •^ < =OEg TO M.OUB cur TObAN!/ RIGHT. ^ .-AAN'IN HIS BUT HE USTft BE AS ISHGOES VO TIIEIV\ ROOVMNG HOUSE.. CONPITlOW CAN'T NEVER F| ND ANOTHER ROOW! tILt AFTER HIS TR&6EDY. THAT HE WENT OFF HIS NUT.., **,&,;..:•'/! VEAH...r HEAR SHE'S~GOING TO RIP HERKEEL OUT «^)0«*WKS f^M^VS ON THAT REEF.., AIOK£-.SP£EP/. THAT = SO „ AWFUL NEAR.' J CVA/S BOAT? ..TIL STRING UP THAT HELMSMAN BV THE THUMBS FOR THIS/-.-AS •OR-,SCO/?Ctf>' SMITH... .. THE SEAL, •ft RATES EVAP£ THE TRAP LAli? BYSCOKCW me ; 7 /T^^ WOW WE KNOW Puns !»-r- I-•~-l _ r^^vy we r-N^JW I •?%&'- $S£ D m ^jgfig-yE ™A uo, ice ^A. r;:!tv. K ". l r.!=L WJ=.. J^2Ky& «-j i/ THIS MUST GOTTA WOI?K ON.' ,BUS HERE LINE.' / AM' 60 ON AFOOT/ ALLEY OOP, WITH BUD AS HIS MANAGER,, COLLECTED A $500 PU!?5E FOR THE KAVOIMG OF A TENT- SHOW PUG... BUT TH E CAENIUAL CeOWP HAS NO A OF LETTIM& THEM KEEP IT' THERE HE IS... THE THIRD BftSKETl BUT DOW'T WORRY; OLD GIRL/ WE C4W DO GOOD DEEDS WHEREVER (KJELLIE, is SETTiwr I A^ MS 5EWT FOR ME otrnS LM SO WE/RE GO'wc OUT FOR ""&TOTHEKIUCPOM OF UNCERTAIN W/ ••; ELITE SERVICE LITTLE BEAVER'S EOSVJEILPUT UP TO r HERE, em nECMCH y, July 15, t946 HOP i S.TAH, ASSIFIED Before Publication • Not Taken Over th« Phone Ads Must Be In Office , All Want Ads Cash In Advance .-w.-. i£ :^:±=:»; £ts,; 1: • - ^^^ ,. m Rates are for c °itlmiou« Insertions Only THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale MY HOME FOR SALE, CAN BE sno West <Hh Real Estate for Sale r 4 K)L/R UO'OM ,.,., « M1J lwu « r i- s 1( ? c:itpcl '» Phillips addition. «*/directly ..behind Alex Purlle's p-Jiouse. «ec LcHoy Easterling nlier •; B|5AUTIFUL~ CHOW PUPRIBS .2 Jiiumhs 'old, 1 nine months old. W'Ulc! Warren, Phone 3fiG. . !),-Ct MY'! 1 HOUSEHOLD FURNITU'Fl'?" ,111; .|Jro-wiir. .Including Dufiun Phyfe able lamp, platform rock- JPhyfc lamp table, platform rocker, bedsonm suites, Florence gas i-iniRc, solid walnut wardrobe, ami other items. Sec Mrs. Bob * Jiussi'I, 201 S. Washington. 13-31 tX O. I. C. SPRNCT PIGS. SUB- jL-t to registration. Pcdcgrce papers furnished. J. J. Spruell, HI ;>. Hope. 15.31. Wanted *v HAY CUT FOR HALF. 50 ACHES li.-ii|Ji.'d«;y.u, also grass hay. Dorsey McRae. )o.; .Mattress Renovating FOR THE BEST IN ,GUARA.N- tepd work cull Cubb's Matttre'ss 1 Co. at 712 W. 4th. We call fp «nU deliver. Phone 2^9-J. 21-Jm fi.) ACRES OF LAND LYING ?l"ng highways 19. and 4 about 'A| miJcj ;w.est,.pf Rosston, Ark . Japnl/wisloasgMOctttion at junction of two, highways.- ;Conlains beautiful site for small lake. Some timber, mineral rights, g.as and electricity available, Near .good . i-school, and twp chuvchcsj See -jVera Phillips, Rofiston; Ark. 10-Gt FOUR ROOM IIOUSE.'GOOD CON, dltloii, good lot, Apply 832 North Hafcol, Cash Only. in-Qt Notice GRAVE YARD WORKING, ROCKY Mound Cemetery. July 18th, dinner on the ground at Dyke Springs Bring tools, lets keep cemetery decent for our loved ones Commitlecmcn: H. Bumpas, Bud Campbell, Zan Batcman, Norman • Taylor. • n . Bt For Rent TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- monc,. close, in. Also sleeninc room. Mart Yocom, 322 South Walnut. . Wonted to Buy POW.ER SYRUP MILL. -E: P Moi;ltii, Washington, Ark. 10-6 Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 .By King Feature* Syndicate. Found LADJKS' PURSE CONTAINING .small amount of money. Owiie; may have sumo by kJoHlifyin; purse and paying for this 'ad Phone lUU. Mrs. Edna Vickcrs ^ 5 BY H FT. MOUSE TRAILER fin -lushed, built- in cabinp.ts. Npvv paint, good liit'S. On Hif-hway 07 ill. Guernsey. Robert L. Eddy c/o Sam McKamie. 1!>-G Carl Bacon V^l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for —. House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 It's Plenty PINE GARDENS I Half Mile East of Hope FEATURING • GOOD STEAKS • Chicken Dinners >2 Private Dining Rooms Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Pres Ted Williams, Red Sox — Ham inered three home runs and single, driving in eight runs i first game as Boston clubbe Cleveland Iwice, 11-10 and C-4. Hal Newhouser and Stubby Ovei !!' e /•Neers— Newhouser note-he th victory on three-hit 5-1 opene against Yankees; Overmire sub clued New Yorn with five blowt "••). for hrst .triumph of season Oil Coan, Senators— Rookie out fielder paced attack with five hit m double decision over Brownies .j-j anci 4-ii. - e! ; ,' ln lan-. Slaughter 'drove horn fi.ni I' runs with homer and tw H nE f S '"l, flfsl game 5-3 "od ove ^ o°ks; Musial's- 12th inning horn am broke up second game, 2-1. DIGGING AT YOUR SCALP WON'T HELP Oet real help for dry itchy scalp Tyith Moroline Hair Ionic. Aids natural oils, uolpa romovoloose dandruff MOROLINE HAIR TONIC NOTICE Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas WE • CLEAN 'EM ' REPAIR 'EM . • PAINT 'EM • ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM • RE-TAPE 'EM .,v, f New Custom- Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP DELIVERY, INSTALLING OrcN FROM 5 P. M. 'Til Midnight • Cover Charge Saturday Night ,;MILTOM EASON, Owner A LIMITED SUPPLY NEW ELECTRIC IRONS ONLY $ 4' 75 GOME EARLY . . . BARWICK'S Electric Service , Third 8t Hope, Ark PIANOS Just Received — A Urge Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like new • Sounds like new • New guarantee If you are interested in buying a piano call or write One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS, PIANO CO. rir B Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." r515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. New York, July 14 -^1 believe I hnve discovered in a federal department in Washington a, public servant who personifies that self- lesness and modesty which (ho late Mr. Roosevelt desired i n a staff of assistants w,Hh,. a passion for anonymity. Harry D. White, an assistant secretary of the treasury is a coauthor of the Brellon Woods plan for'an international bank of reconstruction and development and i'or an international monetary fund, imposing stupendous financial obligations on the American people, and has been an adviser to Presidents Roosevelt and Truman and to Congress on these mailers. Few of those who will assume mode responsibilities, perhaps burdens, for themselves and future Americans, know anything about either the bank or the fund or the arguments against both but narti- cularly against the fund. The op ponenls have said that the fund would put the American tax-payer in the position of underwriting so cial experiments, or. boon-doggies n other countries, that it would establish a super-state and would permit, opportunistic governments of poor nations to drop I. O. U 's n the cash-register and take out American dollars with which to Juy American"fopd and' manufactured articles. Mr. White, on the other hand, las explained that the purpose of the fund is to expand a balanced international trade a t flexible rates of exchange-. As. to social experiments, or "programs," as he prefers to call them, which adversely affect the currency of the nation .which' trie's them, he insists that the management of his" fund has. no right to object, although here, again, Americans might pay pensions to British, French .and Russian citi/.ens. The articles of agreement of Bretton Woods are .complex and obscure but it is agreed that the United States, as the price of "leadership" in the world of the future, should deal generously with the rest in the hope that other governments would deal conscientiously with us and resist all .temptation to maintain their popularity with their subjects by the distribution of benefits at American expense. The proposals were promoted by a vigorous propaganda disseminated by, the treasury under Henry Morgenthau, at -public expense and under conditions of question able legality and by the C. I. 0 's political action committee and its subsidiaries. Mr. White, himself naturally, has been one of its mos vehement,, not to say impatient advocates. As one of its authors, in collab oraUon the State Lord Keynes of England, certainly an uiiortho dox who exercised an influence of enormous economic importance to all Americans now living, few or whom have ever heard of him and to millions yet to be born, who Williams Is Top Drawing Card in Baseball By JACK HAND Associate Preit Sports Writer Baseball's top box office draw is led Williams of the pennant-bound :P°ston Red Sox — the logical heir .to Babe .Ruth's throne: ' ••, ! Whether the willowly ex-marine nits three home runs in one'g'ame, as he did yesterday'against Cleveland, or strikes out with the bases loaded before a Yankee Stadium sellout, he reeks with that vqgue substance called "color." When Borna.rdq Ra'squel'of the Mexican league offered Williams more than 100,000 .a year to "jump" onganized ball, .he knew what he was doing. Of all present players in the game, only Williams and Bobby Feller of Cleveland have a chance to reach Ruth's fabulous salary figures. Williams' performance yesterday should earn him several points on next year's contract. His one- man show enabled Boston to stretch its lead to 11 full games by sweeping a doubleheader from Cleveland, 11-10 and 0-4. Teddy drove in eight runs .with three homers and a single in the .opener and doubled down the right field line •in the second till. As a result of the big day, Williams' batting average soared to .353, only four points behind the leader, Micker -Vernon of Washington. Twenty-six home runs, 82 runs baited in and 89 runs scored, are other accomplishments of the lank California!!. While Williams was Joining the long list of players who have hit three homers in a game, Lou Boudreau was tying a record, held by 20 players,, b'y hitting four doubles in one contest. The Cleveland pj- lol also smashed a home run lor the losing cause. The Yanks bowed twice to Detroit. Alter Hal Newhouser had hung up his 17th victory ,on a three-hit, 5-1 score, Stubby Over- B> ARKANSAS • CARNIVAL Bv Dick Turner COPR. 194C BY MCA BFCVI.,. ...„,.. ,. - ,,, T „,. "Of course I understand Hie nnlurc of. an oath! I'm your caddie, ain't I?" ThjsCurious World By William Ferguson mire earned deci- . , - —.... ul >« j*-i, i»j uc UU111, \VJK might never hear of him, either were he to begnored now. i .' .i" ' res P° ns e to an inquiry about the reticent biography o f ° r - , H arry D. White, published in who s Who in America, h e ex- ilamed that it is brief because "I eel that long biographies in Who's Who are evidence of ostentation except in those cases where a per- son isit a really important public H ,e states that he was born Har" u ' White in Boston, on Oct. 29 A of parents who had immigrn- »» • m Eur °P» early in the '80's My interest sprang from the fact "at a witness who spoke against Us plan before the Senate Bank- ng committee and, I thought in ensible and convincing terms lad noted for the record the mea- g »fu n . es ,,9, f the information in Vho s Who concerning so large a nan in American affairs, I was nmdful of the fact that the com- "numsts in our country have a ractice of disguising themselves i changing their names and plani- ng themselves in influential posi- ons in the government ad in the .nions, particularly those of the -. I. O. The Roosevelt administra- on waa cordial to them and far com (hanking the Dies Committee sion of the season, 6-3, before a Yankee Stadium throng of 61,940 fans. St. Louis applied the tighten- er to the national chase by dumping Brooklyn twice. The double loss reduced the Dodgers' margin to 2 1-2 games. Enos (Country) Slaughter was the big gun in the opener, driving in four runs with a pair of singles and a homer in the 15-3 triumph Sa Musial's round tripper on the first pitch in the 12lh broke up the nightcap with a 2-1 Cardinal wit for Murry Dickson over Vic Lorn bardi. In addition to dropping two the Brooks lost the services of second baseman Eddie Slanky who was carried irom the iield after a collision with Slaughter in the opener. Chicago also closed in on the Durocher Gang, knocking over New York 7-4. Boston clung to a first division berth by one per cehtage point when it divided a pair with Pittsburgh. After Warren Spahn had curved his way. to a 4-1 nod over- Fritz Ostermueller, Rip Sewell got the Bucs an even, break with a seven-hit effort, 5^2. Johnny Vander Meor. copped his fourth straight and his first shutout of the year against the Phillies, 3-0, but Ken Raffensberger squared matters by silencing the Cincinnati Reds with six hits in the 8-2 afterpiece. . In .the American League, Washington climbed over Ihe .500 mark by trouncing St .Louis in both ends of a twin bill, 5-3 and 4-2 Connie Mack's Athletics sank a little deeper into the cellar by split- .ing two with Chicago, winding up he day 33 full games behind Boson. Russ Christopher got credit or the opener, 5-4, but Bob Savage dropped the second to reliefer Al Hollmgsworth, 4-3. IN THE wesr THE BRIGHT LieHT GIVEN OFF BY THE CUCUJO BEETLE IS MISTAKEN FREQUENTLY'BY VISITORS FOR SHOOTING, STARS. BUCK, IS A TWO __ •^ntt. m jf^ AND lii-'liSU^tiJttZ'USJd ASCENDED TO A HEI6HT OF FEET, T M" BY NEA SER VICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. ANSWER: A composer. SPORTS ROUNDUP League Leaders By The Associated Press National League Batting — Hopp, Boston, .371;; Walker, Brooklyn, .360. Runs — Musial, St. Louis, 04- rtize, New York, 5G. Kuns batted in — Slaughter, St -.ouis, 68; Walker, Brooklyn, 07. Hits — Musial, St. Louis, 117; Walker, Brooklyn, 103. Doubles — Musial, St. Louis 26- Rusell, Pittsburgh, 19. WE'LL REMOVE THOSE RATTLES and BANGS If your car sounds like a junk pile in motion bring it to our fender and body shop. We'll remove all the clatter and make it whole .again. • We invite your Inspection of our work* HEFNER NASH , MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 or exposing instances o"f penctra- 'Triples" -"Mu"s'lul." St. Louis- i on, gave aid and comfort to ihe I Walker, Brooklyn 7 ' onspiracy against the country's' Home Runs - 'jVIize, New York conomy and internal security by'18; Kiner, Pittsburgh 15 •ymg to discredit the committee I Stolen Bases - Keiser Brook- I do not suggest that Dr. Whilellyn. 20; Haas, Cincinnati 13 Ba comrnunist or friendly to] Pitching - WilksSt Louis 0-0 hem or then- policies. I do agree 11.000; Kush, Cubs, 6-1-857 ' vilh some who have examined American League is plan that it seems likely to I Batting — Vernon Washington erfoM^r; nati ?" S , ^ our own j.357; Williams. Boston. .353. ' hi there 7J?onrH U h lreel ? g'-amLlUms - Williams, Boston, 89; nai inere_i!> loom here for an Pesky, Boston, 68. .Runs batted in — Williams, Boston, S2; Doerr, Boston, 74. Hits — Berardino, St. Louis, and Doerr, Boston, 104. Doubles —Vernon, Washington, 30; Spence, Washington, 23. PI'II-\|AI-> T ,-.,,.;,, \it i_ • — . ..._.«. mw * u\jn i licitj 1UI tiJl honest difference of opinion even among highly qualified experts. The record shows that there is and that they do but it shows further that the treasury took an agres- sive position in favor of leaisla lion which by the nhad become triples"•Lewi^"'\^s'hln' g ton 9- the business ol Congress in an at- Keller, New York and Edwards' tempt to induce the citizens by ™~--—•••--> » i-.awaius, partisan and incomplete urgu- Arkansas Approved BUTANE GAS SYSTEMS and APPLIANCES We can guarantee immediate delivery high class Butane Range with each system stalled by us. in- W. S. Chance Company Texarkana, Texas 1729 New Boston Road Phone 231 Cleveland 7. Home Runs — Williams, Boston -io; Greenberg, Detroit 22 Stolen .bases-Case, Cleveland 1C; Stirnweis, New York 13 •. £'' cni »g-Newhoiiser, Detroit 173-.850; Chandler New York and !• erris slioston 13-4 — .7(J5 ments, to intimidate Congress into compliance. Dr. White's own financial position would be greatly improved at a larger salary when ne left the treasury to become a director of the I'und. The Mead committee recently has shown that men whose records and character should have disqualified them from positions of trust were put, in a position to shake down immigrants and crooked manipulators of securities and the list of impudent criminals who were allowed to seize control of unions and were courted by politicians is a melancholy record oi carelessness. It is prudent always to inquire as we sometimes lull to do. Whether for great and permanent good or irretrievable loss, Dr White, with his plan fur an international pool of money to which this country will make the greatest individual contribution, may become one of the giants of American history. It has seemed to we, therefore, that we should know him better and I am pleased to make his closer acquaintance and, EO, as the toastmasters say, I give you Dr. Harry D. White. New York, July 15 —(/P)— Re- jardless of what Bobby Riggs did to Don Budge yesterday, the real world tennis championship will be decided at Forest Hills in September. . . That used to be Wimbledon's claim, but look at this prospective lineup for the U. S, Amateur championship: Thre American champions, Frankie Parker, the defending titleholder and ex- champion Ted Schroeder and Don McNeill, plus Jack Kramer nad Bill Talbert for the home side; Yvon Petra, France's newly- crowned Wimbledon champ; Harry Hopman and the youthful Bobbv Barnes representing Australia", Tony Maltram, J. L. Paish end £. R. Avory from Britain; Jacques Van Den Eynde and Philippe Washer from Belgium; possibly the Yugoslavian Davis cup team and, if the U. S. L. T. A can get him, the Czech, Jar.oslav drob- ny. Pancho Segura, who is almost "home folks" now will head a large Latin American delegation. Cleaning the Cuff Current "hot rumor on the local baseball beat is thut there's a deal in the making involving the Yank s Joe Gordon and Cleveland lfEu!LPt3trtn.Jr. Manager Lou Boudreuu. . . Tu- lune is looking for a new southern football attendance record with more than 65.000 at the AlabKma game Sept. 28 and maybe even more for Notre Dame. . . and would you say the Rod Sox season has turned nut to be hist another Boston T. Williams party? Minor League By The Associated Press American Association Milwaukee 10-1, Louisville 0-7. Kansas Cit y5-l, Columbus 2-C. Toledo 3-2, St. Paul 0-5. Minneapolis 5-0, Indianapolis 4-4. Southern Association Nashville 4-0, Little Rock 3-3. Memphis 3-5, Chattanooga 1-2. Mobile 8, Birmingham 5. (Second game called at end :i4d darkness) Atlanta 7, New Orleans 0. Second game postponed, darknes. p Aituro Toscamiini's father was a tailor. SEE FRED SUTTON for Concrete Work of All Kinds Phone 113-J Hope, Ark BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumblnfl • Heating .._. Phone 269 Hope. Ark. RIDING HORSES Buggy Rides — Hay Rides Enjoy this Healthful Sport HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily except Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PERRY MOSES 2% miles out on Spring Hill road NOW OPEN Enjoy Swimming at the Pines Swimming Pool FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Small • ANDERSON BROS. • REED Motor Co. 108 East Division St. • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop MECHANICS: Carl Jones and Frank Yarbrough Regular Games of Softball League Tonight Regular Softball League play wil jot underway at Fair parli tonign with two games offered for loca ans. In the first game at 7:30, Rep ian s team meets Moore's GrocerV ' Yesterday afternoon the Texar- cana Sluggers were smothered 32-2 . the Hope Baseball Team ': at ir park. The locals hit and 'cored .almost at will. No definite date has beeii set for 10 makegoou game between Cobb- oolcy and Hefner-Npsh. An effort s being made to bring, the two cams logelher ihis week and if uccessful will attract one of the argest Softball crowds of the sea- Hope Selected for Site of Guard Unit Rock, Ark., July 13 UP)— National Guard units of the attahon of the 153rd [nianti-V ave been tentatively set \or six outh western Arkansas towns ^ng. Gen. H. L. McAlester, state djutant general, announced here oday. -.<: Towns selected following -a 'suit y Lieut. Col. Frankingram, were Arkadelphia, Prescott, , Hope Nashville and Texarkana • : McAlester said that Ingram had tentatively set .a combat on- S J " e ers battalion at Magnolia A' and M. college, and units of a tank destroyer battalion at El Dorado ?n,?t 1 h eiV ^°' -d y ce °na two other southern Arkansas cities «,^h Xtf ^ e , k . In g'' am will confer with officials • in Clarksville, Morrilton Dardanelle, Conway and Rusollville in reference to locat- '"l/i Ulllls ,.? f th e second battaion; Meanwhile, Lieut. Col. John B Webb has been in northeastern Arkansas selecting sites for the field artillery units of the new National Guard. He visited in Helena, Marlanna, Forrest City, West Mem- P h 's, Stuttgart and Wynne. : u* McAJester also announced that Maj. Timothy Shea, newly appdin- )hC ? rn n andlng o£ficer of th e T i.fi 8 tf 1 " , sc ! uadro ». will arrive Little Rock Monday loo select his staff. Still on active duty wfth the army air corps in Texas, Shea 30 da s 61Ve S dlschar e e in about DOBBIN'S TOGH "' Morrison, 111., July 15 — (/P) —A bus came out second best in a col- n - Morrison>s ., rn , e . norse sui'fered a lee cut- the bus j? broken windshield two LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize, in Repairs and Sharpening . M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J S o. Main St. Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following ai candidates subject to t.h« action of the Democrat!*! 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> T ;\'JK.',', PAT ROBINSON. . Circuit Judge LYLE BROWN DEXTER BUSH State Senator, 9th Dish EMORY A. THOMPSON DR. F. C. CROW JAMES P. HULSEY Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE II. BUTTON / ;For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER, ••.'•'• For County Treasurer 'MRS'i. ISABELLE ONSTEAD : '-, McCORKLE .< , SWELL 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 • COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main ADMIRAL • RADIOS * Battery Si Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hopf, Ark. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883 : W (Phone Collect) U No Answer Phone 3158-R. ELECTRICAL Contracting ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Rettig Electric Co, 220 E. 3rd Phone 613 Appliance Sales & Service 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* «n town — . Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Hotel INSURANCE at 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 Reserve. FOSTER-ELLIS Mutual Agency Prompt Settlement of All Claims 108 East Second Phone 221 Time to Pack Away Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver Put. them in Moth Proof Bags » Plenty of Parking Space Cleaners HALL'S Hatters ' kl HUGHS. HALL, Owner 208 N. Fer 9 ujon phone 76

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