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*^^^^^ -• 'r--/j.',.«««^»Mte*»«i*8i«i«5 Pdgs"Four HOPE STAR, HQPB, ARKANSAS Wednesday, July 17, 1046 Be In Office, • All Want Ada Cash In Advance Oft. Urn. . . . 2 e word . m , n | mum J0 , word, minimum 50« On* month . He word,'minimum $1,70 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only E MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" POWER Martin, Bv Chick Young r. Markup left, glowing i e kriowledtfe trial he h COULD HAVE Y ABSOLUTELY ^ OPEN WRONC-, CF COURSE. \ NOTHING. NOBODV WHM.T IIAVF VOU GOT OH I f:VFIi HFARD OP 1HL LAMI THORN ANGLE? I HIM. I'M GONNA Hf.'S THE MM! ACtoROlNo / rtAVl": A TAtK WITH TO STIIL, WHO KILLED / MARCIA PKIESTLV. . Xl WHY SHOULD STILL HAVE HER PICTURE HIS POCUCT 9 / THYV.EAL'S IRUCI'.I WITH PAGWOOR FREDS GETTING UP A LITTLE GAME ON MIS SUN PORCH done his duty. OUT1MVMBALS H liOVV DO Wt" I'.IIOW IT WAS TWILIGHT: wt'vr Nevivt /*»-..,, Sf.EN HIM. ALL WE KNOW /{*<', • THAT HE HAS A DROOPING CYCLID. ..< SUQNOIE'5 RIGHT' I'LL NEVER LET THE GRASS GROW THIS LONG AGAIN I'M FULL OF I'M GOING CUT: _/( CERTAINLY AND CUT THE IV V NE GRASS r~-~S' - -*7 I — ' MY 110.ME FOR SALF, si-on afli-r i; p.in. HlKi Street. Phone M!I-W. fikils what I wanted to find \VHM KEPT VOU SO LONG, )' AVE. OKEN AST WE \) f HUWt'H! IW JUST .IVR.WAOTY? rVE BEEN / TO GST ft'.ieVJ WtflE V«TOVJ DO VCU rROTO YOU COULP SLIP OUT WITH YHIS HE'P IIOUKKIIOLI) tn-o-war. Inpludiiu', table lump, plall'unn rtu'lc- suites. I'Moi-ciu.'e t >,jis oiicl walnut wardmbe, i- itc'ms. Si-o Mi"-- r,ob _l. I'lll S. W.-ishhigton.' HUH SIX O. 1. C. SI'lllNCJ ' JIM to rc'i;i:ilialioM. Pedegi-ee papers iurni.'iln'd. J. ,1. Sprui>ll, Rl. ](•,.;), WWTINGHERE FOR HOURS i PER HIS ft\ , W.-'GEe..^ 1 .'. NOTIC£,TtlO-THM Side Glancos By Galbraith 30RH\N\ SNOMC TRAILING N\E -• /• BY !! FT. MOUSK'An.KH Mil iiishf;!. built in cabinets. New paint, UIHK! ih-es. On lli«hway at (jiiei'iisey, Hubert. L. ICdd.v, c-'o Sam McKiiinii'. Ifi-'GI. '•>'?•'' W-w^ffVC. ...... .,',,.• vit.j. ..^anmitiz ' /; ' Mtit>&,-'L''-'-' .vM/.'.-.aqTteMer| '-Sfe^-'M^- 1 $&&' .'•••'/ Wf&'s •"" "••'"• i '•ttSS 1. M. fttU. U. S. PAT.OIfJ •_. cpfR..j.94'j HY_ Nr A, SEijyu;^ jf^cjr USK1) liHICK AND LUMBF.H. A. (ii- Orie Hycrs. Phone •South Walnut SI. l(i-:u MECHANICS TOOLS AND BOXES 2. 0(li) pdiinds welcliiig rod:,, other welding ('(juipmcnl. Ladders, tarpaulin.-;. some paint, .lad; screws instrumeiil.s, rolled rool'- inc., wheel barrow.s. saw blades, caipi'iitiT touts, i-liippins ham- air huso, large and small. Iron fniivi'.vors. c-hisi'ls and star drills, scrap lumber and a few brick anrl tile. 1 office desk. See C. I). Lauterbach, MO South I Walnut. Phone 900. Hi-.'it THRKK YOUNG H ROISTERED Jersey cows with calf. From Glen Wallace stock. II. M. Ol- .sen. I'hune 1!)2, Highway (57 east. Ki-31 ...THETHIN55 VOU NEVER TO THKKK HOOMS FURNISHED Jin- linlit housekeepin;;, Near ScliouUy's store. Phone 3H-F-11. Mrs. .1. E. Sehooley. 17-tf -V THINKS FOR A THE NDVlCE, ) DOC - *' SIC .. MV BILL! VOU'ISH REPCESSEC" DOIMS THE THINGS YOU DELUXE TUDOR Ford tudnr sedan, 4 door sedan. All ;j extra clean and in f-oud condition. Harold Payne, i'atmos, Arkansas. 17-IU COPR. 19M Br NEA SERVICE. INL. f. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. "There's more news in the paper today— eveiy- body's having a sale!'' BABY CHICKS. I 'have them we w for you. Feeders WE DON'T order them Supply Co. 17- 1m "This atom bomb test gives me a great idea, chief—let's (getjlie jm_np_on_eyerybpdy and sign up a sponsor_for the ~~ Freckles and His Friends By Blosser .CORN. CORN CHOPS, WHEAT, hen scratch, plenty (-.rowing and ia.yihjj; mash. Feeders Supply Co. 17- 1m 7unny Business By Hershberger VOU KMvOW.Th'AT DOU5HMUT SHOP WOULD RcALLY SE { MRS BUT SHE'S NEVEE. M£T AND RL5HT MOW I LIKE THE EXrCUTiVt; .'... BUT 1 COULD GEf A 03-1- LOAN AND WE COULD REALLY BRANCH OUT IMTD A LARGER. BAKES.Y LATcR/ •_*« *k.~rt!r+\.tew \.*.t* r*p» '"•rJ^&Z • vil ^ X *" ""•^*f AM OPPORTUNITV FOR ME. Wanted to Rent J. COULD WAKE A GO OF IT V SUES MAKE NO UNNECESSARY NOiSE UNFURNISHED apartment. Call HOUSE OR Clarence Weak- A GUV LIKE YOU. BUCK/ UNKURNISItKn HOOMS, nnil wife. Ciill 4IJI-W. Hi-IH GOSH, YOU SURE We HAVE TO—JUNIOR.WANTS To TAKP EXPAND FAST/ AOVER. THE FRONT OFFICE IN I97O ./ niiniiii...iiiinv!i!, / AH, HA! I TKOU5M H ^ I'D HAVE COMPAN TOMl&HT... ..iO I'LL J'JST OUT AM' LOC< THI3 POOR... ,..AW OOZE AKCJMP TH' HOUSE liEMTi 2 • LIK.5... OKAY, P<l CLIMB IM AM' / R6HT.' I SQUINT /BE5M ANOTHER CR.ACK. AT THAT OOP Half Mile East of Hope FEATURING "\Yhich one.oi'. you.birds is a prLacIiglUcr?" « GOOD STEAKS 9 Chicken Dinners 2 Private Dining Rooms Thimble Theater ^f^^^^i^jyjfii POOEV.'/ WHAT DO I CARE FOR STOEMS IMS ^P\.tKiOlDLV, MRS. I 1 YOU'iA. RC. RtflOV TO j MOTHER ABOUT f I 1 DOSVT HOW, ftVOD I DON'T KNOVi VOW, BUT VOU'LL DO RIGHT QFcN FROM 5 P. M. Til Midnight RE.RV. TROUBU '^\\H V=> HER HUOGftNO «• « Cover Charge Saturday Night Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople JUST TAKE ROUTL- 27 TO THE S , FIFTEENTH TRAFFIC CIRCLE, BEAR/— LEFT, GO FORTY MILE5 TO TNE - 1 THE KIUGUOM ' BLE55 MV SOUL, YOU DOW'T NEED THI6. 15 Tr! ONE HERE t THIWK.. I THINK THIS'N'S- I ME AW THIS IS THE ONE OVER. YAR I MEAN HERE .' \ OF UJCERTAIMIA- HE'S LOST/ A MAN'S. SOUL AIN'T HIS OWN WHEN HE HAS TO KEEP DOWN- WIMD OF HIS WIFE, BO SHE CAINJ'T SMELL HIS BREATH ; WHADDA YA WAHT A ROAD MAP FGRr> WHERE HERE COM.E6 A *-&%> SPEED ? .. DID A THOSE GAS BIKES X( SPANKIMG ALWANS SOUND LIKE }} TROT -nw LAGT , ^ HILL, BUT FEEL MV rt\P B&IMG^ MV CAR SANDPAPERED FOR f > COULTO^T A SPEED FlNiS/ X/ DO 35 DM/ LET Me HAMDLEr THIS/VVJHMAVHAM& 5 FLOLiTEO SO^AE: »/ RUSTIC GTATLVTe A6WNST PL7At>iliT SHSLLS PUBLIC -^I'LUSQ 1 TVA&TOVOM HALL 3 COMlNAWDO \MlTH AAV KMOWLEDG6 OF SECOklD UUDERPA55 THEM 5WIWG T AW GIT OKITO ROUTE 16 ••/ A ROAD WAP TO GET THERE/ AROUUD HAT TAtCES Y/\ ( n/-\t i/-^r\L-J ''"'// 1 y^Tl INTO BU6Flf:LD / (GOSH/- J Jl'L WHERE YA TAk'L= /_>—r-.-^Alr "' H AIT, t NTH'NAME RET5 RYDER CHASE-U.A Hi A THIS WAY, ^AV-^mf All RIGHT, You r^*v5&-*X.' 1 '' ftkJ*PW»*« V/'\.if rr R <"_ > i - tis- •SEE IF lOU'VE GOT RAJOIOR- WCLEG MHK& VOURISTS FEEL THE FAMIUV CIRCLE £M1M , HOP! StAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS fFJED Before Publication • N.ot Taken Over the Phone SI* tlmci . . . Jc word, minimum 7Jc Real Esrfite for Sale FOUR ROOM HOUSE, GOOD CQN- ditimi, good lot, Apply H32 North Hn/el, Cash Only. 15-lH HO ACRE FARM, 1 MILK OUT of corporation on paved highway. 14 bearing pecan and 3 plum trees. Homestead house has 7 rooms and $125 kiiclion cabinet. Has electricity and «;ns is available. Law bam and newly repaired ' .-iuint house. Would cost $10,000 lo duplicate improvements. Will sell for $7 (100. See P. J, Holt, 313 North Washington. Phone 102G-W. 10-61 FOUR ROOM HOUSE AND 'TWO lots on Ada Street. 2 blocks back of Alex Purtle's. See W. W. Biddie. 10-Ct ACRES LAND, GOOD FIVE loom house, Butane gas, Electricity, M"od well water. Located al 0/aii, Ark. $1500. See P. II, Stephens, 504 South Walker, Hope Ark. Phone 603-J. I(J-3t WO LARGE LOTS, ONE ON corner. House under construction. West 7th Street, Apply 705 We.st Ave. B. 17.31 Notice GHAVI<: YARD WORKING. ROCKY Mound Cemetery. July 18lh, dinner on the yround at Dyke Springs Bring tools, lets keep cemetery decent for our loved ones. CommiUeomen: II. Bumpas. Bud Campbell, Zan Bateman, Norman •r......... Fair Enough By We»tbrook Pegler Copyright, 1948 By King Features Syndicate. For Rent FOR RENT TO COUPLE, 3 ROOM Uuvnishecl cottage apartment. Sec Ken G. Southward at White-way Barber Shop. 10-,'ii Wanted to Buy SYRUP MILL. Washington, Ark. E. P. 10-Gt Mat-ires? Renovating THE BEST IN GUARAN- U-ecl work c:ill Cobb's Matttress Co. at 712 W. '1th. Wo call for •Mild deliver. Phone 220-.T. 21-lm Found LADIES PURISE CONTAINING sninll nmoiml of money. OWIIT may have same by idoiitifvmg purse and paying for this ad Phone 100. Mrs. Edna Vickcrs 15-3t j F, RS E Y cow. SEE "CHARLES II. Bock, 5 miles out of Hope just oft Sliovor road on Route 2 1G-31 For Sale or Trade GOOD 1940 FORD PICK-UP, Koocl condition. Esso Service Station, Emmet, Ark. iG-et Lost BILLFOLD CONTAINING SOCIAL security card, driver's licenses and other papers and $;i!) in cash. Finder please return lo J'Jrey Wright, Mope Rl. 1 or Cox Cassidy's Foundry. Reward. 17-3t A LIMITED SUPPLY NEW ELECTRIC IRONS ONLY $4-75 COME EARLY . . . BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark PIANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like new • Sounds like new New quarantee If you are interested in buying a piano call or syrite One of our representatives will call on yoLi. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO. "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. New York, July in—Now that the danger has pnss'.'cl alicl now that a lorce of American soldiers of Japanese parentage or race have returned from the war with honors, professional political promoters of racial and religious friction who profess to .abhor prejudice are exploiting as an act of Hillorisin our mass deportation of about 100,000 American Japanese from the Pacific coast to concentration camps inland in 1942. These people were held in comoouncls throughout ISM.'i and were gradually dispersed thereafter, "some finding .new homes away from the coast and others being deported to Japan as enemy aliens. Thr> rest returning whence they came. In the current propaganda, it would appear that some American authority , of Fascist mentality committed this outrage contrary : to the sense of the nation and ihe government. The exclusion and deportation were ordered in emergency by Lieutenant Gen. J. J. DeWitt, commander of the Western Defense under an act of Congress, signed by franklin D, Roosevelt and upheld by the Supreme court in an opinion by Justice Black. Justice •Frankfurter -filed a separate opinion, concurring but excused himself by suyinq that .although he found-no constitutional iorbiddancc this did not necessarily mean that he approved the act itself or an executive o r d e r by President Roosevelt Mpon which General De- Wilt further relied for his authority. There is now an illusion ihat an overwhelming majority of the deportees were known to be Joyal lo the United Stales. This is a bv- producl of victory. As Jar as General DeWill could tell, all but a few could reasonably be suspected of devotion to Japan and the em- jerpr. The white Americans of -alifornia \ve,re almost unanimous- .v apprehensive and suspicious and some of .them might have mobbed Japanese settlements if they had uol been taken away, thus bringing down reprisals on Americans Japanese captivity. The term "Japanese" here is a broad one, including loyal native Americans as well as disloyal Americans and unnaluralized natives of Japan. The impression now being promoted that the majority were obvi- piisy .patriotic to the United States is lalse. Early in 19-13 the young men of the class known as kibei native Americans educated in Japan, w e r e invited lo volunteer for the American army and most of them refused to foreswear allegiance .to the emperor They may have been afraid that if they did so I heir relatives in Japan would be punished but there was no way lo determine what their reasons were. Later, some were drafted and thus relieved of the responsibility of decision. How many, and how well they served I never learned. Native Americans who had never seen Japan volunteered in larger numbers but in no great mass, either. The military record of those who did join the American forces, volunteers and draltees, was far superior to those of some other units of men of distinct racial identily . In fairness, it must be noted that these young Japanese were under no greater -obligation than Caucasians to volunteer and, further in Iheir favor, il must be remembered that they had reason to feel very bitlor against the United Slates. The parents of many had Jost properly values in farms, machinery shops ;md stores which they had to abandon suddenly and thov realized thai Caucasian neighbors on Ihe coast had been .alert to the chance to acquire their holdings at distress prices. They and their relatives lived in crowded long houses in the desert, humiliated, suspected and surrounded by wire, with M. P.'s in American uniforms at the gates. The invitation to put on the same uniform was ironic to many of them. .Racial persecution undoubtedly was present here and justice black and all the majority were hypocrites in Iheir tortuous finding that racial discrimination of ;inta- gonsin was not the reason. They squirmed to find thai the pelilio- neer in the case on appeal was excluded "because we are at war with Ihe Japanese Empire" and because the military authorities, who feared a Japanese invasion "decided that military urgency demanded that all citizens of Japanese ancestry be segregated from the west coast temporarily." Under Ihe Dictum and Frankfurter, himself u :-iative of Austria, might have been sent to a desert camp with a clothing allowance of $3.SO a month and pay of $1G a month if he had been willing to do chores about the place. Justice Murphy, in an erratic moment found himself on the side of intellectual honesty and replied that the exclusion of "all persons of Japanese ancestry, both Alien and Pinch Hiffer Is Hero to St. Louis Fans By RALPH RODER . Associated Press Sports Writer Krvin Dtisak, virtually unknown rookie outfielder of the St. Louis Cardinals is the Jairhaired boy to thousandii in St, Louis today. "Four sack Dusak," "The Bohemian Blaster " last night hammered what may become one of the most important blows of the National League pennant race. The 20-year-old native of Chicago clouted a three-run pinch-hit ninth inning home run in Sportsmans Par!} to gove the Cardinals a i>-4 victory over the league leading Brooklyn Dodgers and move the Redbirds to within a half game of the Brooks. Dusak batted for Pitcher Howie Pollet after Southpaw Joe Hatlen had nicked Marty Marion with a pitched ball and Clyde Klutx singled .After fouling off a pitcli and taking a called second strike. Uusak crashed Hatlen's next offering into the left field stands before 20,591 fans. The righthandcd swinging Dusak broke into organized ball with Monett 01 the Arkansas-Missouri league in 1938 and belted 1(1 homers. he advanced rapidly through the card system, gaining a reputation as a home-run hitter and in 1941 and 1942 he participated in a few games with cards. UusaK entered the army in January 1943 and was discharged in January of this year. • Prior to Dusak's . winning blow, Hatten had pitched out of a number of jams and Pollot also had gotten out of hot water a number of times. Chicago's first place Cubs missed an opportunity to gain on I. the Dodgers as Bill Voiselle of the New York Giants blanked the Cubs, 1-0 on six hits. Bill Rigney singled in the winning run in the ninth frame to keep the Bruins tour-and-one-half games off the pace. Boston's front-running American League Red Sox dropped their second home game of the season (!-3 to a western club as Bobby Feller of the Cleveland Indians scattered the Red Sox' hits to post his IGlh win of the year. Filer fanned seven balers to run his strikeout total to 202 for the season. Ken Keltner slammed two home runs and Pal Seerey one. The Boston Braves took over undisputed possession of ipurth place in the senior circuit by trouncing the Pittsburgh Pirates, 10-0 behind big Mort Cooper while the Cincinnati Rods were shutout, 2-0 by schoolboy Rowe of the Philadelphia Phillies. Cooper allowed the tail-end Pirates seven safeties while Johnny Hopp paced Boston's 15-hil attack with a perfect ,Cour-for-four. Rowe yielded the Red LegR only five hits in optpitching rookie Erwcll BJackwell to gain his ninth victory of the season. The Si. Louis Browns retained their fifth place deadlock with Cleveland by trimming the Washington Senators, 7-1 behind Jack Kramer. Al Zarill a and Vern Stephens led the Brosn's attack on three Washington hurlers with '"our hits apiece. In the only other contest of the day, portsider Edgar Smith of the Chicago While Sox limited the Philadelphia Athletics to five safeties in elbowing the pale hose to a G-2 victory. The New York Yankees and the Detroit Tigers were not scheduled. o CARN8VAL Bv Dick Turner COPR. 19.16 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. Ml. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF Lost night the Hope Light Co. team smolhered Wylie's 20 to 2 •and Cobb-Toolcy ran up 15 runs against 0 for the Whiz Kids in regular league play at. Fair park. Two makegood yames originally scheduled for tonight have been cancelled, Coach .joe JJildy announced. There will be no games tonight. Friday night at 8 p.m. Rotary Club will play the Kiwanis C.'n,i3 in a beneljt. coniest wnicn should prove "interesting". Admission will be lOc and 25c with proceeds going j improve and paint the children's ading pool a.t Fair park. Wylies "Alurphy, investigate n complaint at Hie Ritxtnore Arfns —.a.gues! in 211 claims the hotel is stealing his towels!" This Curious World By William Ferauson WE'LL RS-MOVE THOSE RATTLES and BANGS If your car sounds like a junk pi.lc in motion bring to our fender and body shop. We'll remove all the clatter and make it whole again. • We invite your Inspection of our workt HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 Today's Games . m. 1:15 . in. p.m. 11:15 Arkansas Approved BUTANE GAS SYSTEMS and APPLIANCES We can guarantee immediate delivery high class Butane Range with each system installed by us. W. S. Chance Company Texarkana, Texas 1729 New Boston Road Phone 231 By The Associated Press American League Chicago at Boston (2) 11:30 a.m. and 12:20 p. in. St. Louis at New York 2 1 11:30 a. m. and 12:30 p. m. Detroit at Washington 7:30 Cleveland al Philadelphia p. m. National League Boston at Chicngo 12:30 p. Brooklyn iit Cincinnati 7:30 New York at Pittsburgh p. m. Philadelphia al St. Louis 7:30 p. m. non-Alien in Ihe absence of martial law. . . .goes over the very brink of eonstilulbnal power and tails into Ihe ugly abyss oi racism." 11 was a dangerous, hysterical, high-school writing, and characteristic, but true. An embarrassing situation due, in part, to the careless importation and admission of Japanese in decades past and the concurrent rise of Japanese ambitions and military power. And it is not unreasonable to reflect thai if Japan had invaded the Pacific Coast and had won the war manv of those who have lately shown loyalty to Ihe United States would have greeted ihe conquerors and shown them around the American defenses. Japanese are human, and it would be naive to refect the possibility that some of them who now bask in the warmth of the new cordiality, kindled by victory and confidence among us, are not just i'ollowing the band-wagon. However, American justice is so fastidious that any proposal to indemnify the loyal Japanese in their losses of properly and wages during llicir imprisonment will be adopted with a whoop of spiritual satisfaction. It seems Ihat we shol a man because we thought he made a pass lo draw a gun and Ihcn found that he was only reaching ior his wal- leMo show us his driver's license. So let us buy him a wooden leg and be friends. I don't know any other people who would. Doug /""IfY Carl Bacon VJ | | Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for ~ House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 ARE BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN CARRIED TO HAWAII FROM PAOFIC ISLAMD5 BYA/RPJLAM&S. 'TOPPIN6 TO REFUEL/. THESE INSECTS SPREAD, IT IS ESTIMATED THAT THEr CAN CAUSE ANNUAL DAMASE OF IO,OOO,OOO TO HAWAII AN CROPS. COVER TW£i.V£ TO TWENTY F££r AT A SINGLE JUMP. . COPR. 1916 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. "J-\&> ANSWER: Arizona. New York, July 17 —W) —Best summary of prospects ior the All | . America Football Conference clubs, which already are opening their training camps, comes ;.'rom a guy in that circuit who should know most of the angles. . . "I see three groups with New York Dodson, Ib Huddleston. 2b Rcyenga, 3b . McCorkle, ss ... Leverclte, p ... Garrelt, c Frnaks, If Rogers, cf Howard, rf Hope Light Co. Messer, c Phillips, Ib .... Huckabce, ss .. Messer, C., 2b Malone, 3b Martin, rf Reyenga, cf Riddling c;f ... Mitchell, If Butler, If Chance, p Whiz Kids Albritton, c£ ... Garrett, 3b Morton, Ib Wells, c Cobb, ss Reed, 2b Bullock, If .... Cough, p LaGione, rf .. Cobb-Tooley R. White, ss B. White, If Ross, 3b Fountain, Ib Ferguson, p Ciiance, c Ramsey, ef Finley, rf McK.ee, 2b AE ... 3 ..,.. 3 ... 2 3 .... 3 ... 3 ... 3 R 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 U U 25 2 40 20 1C 3 2 3 3 2 3 3 2 1 22 0 3 3 2 4 3 4 3 3 30 15 —o- MOVING OUT '-iav"'-"-d, calif.. July 17 —(/P)— The OPA was given an eviction i '<:e nere today. "Because the organization i dead or dying," Mayor John Han asked that it moved irom its 50-a month city hall office and fine smaller quarters. suffered a terrific blow to-his pro fessional pride the other day.wnei his son, Tommy, a husky pre tackle, remarked: "I'm thinkin_ about trying to get into West Poim If I did, just where would y.o stand in tne matter?" TEN FENCERS ARE NOT ENOUGH to relieve dry itchy sculp, but you can got real relief with Moroline Hair Tonic. Helps romovcloosedandruffflakes. M039UNE HAIR TONIC and Los Angeles in the first on account of the edge to Hay Flaherty and Dod Degroot's experience in the tough National circuit." he says. . . ••Cleveland, San Francisco and Miami go in the second group with Paul Brown Buck Shaw and Jack Meagher, nine college coaches who learn a lot this year, and Brooklyn. Chicago and Buffalo in the third.". . . H sounds about right, as those tough National Leaguers always have contended it takes three years ior a good college coach to learn pro football. Shorts and Shells Ked Hogan, who'll quarterback the Kansas team next .'all, nit .400 for the baseball team last spring and recently tired a 7S) .:ind '?7 on his first two trips around ihe Lawrence Golf COIHSO. That distin- uishes him from ordinary quar- , , Uk j wouid hit .JOG U d (]7g ^ baseball. . . MacPllail is in one of his o)cl • Brook i yn ••bcrling" moods aboul the story that he said there'd bu a wholesale shakeup in the Yankees. .. . The new pro basket ball association will need a two million dollar take to show a profit next winter and some cub owners already are wondering if they can take it. . . When Manager Greg Mulleavy of the Clean, N. Y.. Pony League club couldn't find a winning combination in his lineup, he asked Proxy Spencer Harris to make a try; Harris wrote out a butting o refer and the oilers used il to win ten straight, leavy wasn't fired. No, Mul- ln The Middle P.ip Miller, whose winning personality never drove any prospective athlete:; away j'rom Annapolis, ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. SEE FRED SUTTON for Concrete Work of All Kinds Phone 113-J Hope, Ark BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SH5VER Plumbing * Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. RIDING HORSES Butigy Rides — Hay Rides Enjoy this Healthful Sport HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily except Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PiRRY MOSES 2Vi miles out on Spring Hill road NOTICE Tilr-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas WE o CLEAN 'EM • REPAIR 'EM • PAINT 'EM • ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM • RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New Custom- Mscle Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING FOR—Dependable and Quick « PLUMBING SERVICE * PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Small • ANDERSON BROS. « REMOVED FREE Within -10 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWSi.i and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R ELECTRICAL Contracting ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Rettig Electric Co. 220 E. 3rd Phone 613 Appliance Sales & Service Page five Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce thn following an candidates subject to the action of the Democrat!** primary elections this Summer: Congress, 7th District PAUL GKREN BRUCE BENNETT OREN HARRIS 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H, PILKINTON .J. W. (BILL) PATTON JR. PAT ROBINSON Circuit Judge LYLE BROWN DEXTER BUSH State Senator, Srh Dist. EMORY A. THOMPSON DR..P. 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. ISABEJ.LE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SYVELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK FRANK RIDER " Tax Assessor C. COOK GARRETT WILLTS PINK W. TAYLOR For Representatives 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 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 Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Hotel 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, lo people who arc 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 policyhoklers. 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 NOW OPEN Enjoy Swimming at the Pines Swimming Pool Time to Pack Away Your Winter Clothes Phone 76 We Pick Up and Deliver Put them in Moth Proof Bags • Plenty of Parking Space HUGH P. HALL; Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76

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