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*4i«$9 Hc.Pt STAR, H0»'t, ARVVAHNA5 . ThimJqy, July 16, 1946 . ^>'^wwi ( >^-v*-^^ « A.I On. ,i m . Th... Mm..'.', -THE 9 l/'e w'rt / 2 c worn, For Sale MY Pi ', ' J hylc lal)li> lamp, platform rock er. bodsoom suiu-s. Klorcnco was ««Bi;. solid walnut wardrobe. nml other iioms. Sec Mrs. Bob _ 20 BY 8 FT. lT6u?K~TRATi7ER airnishcd, built in cnbinots Now paint, good tires. On Highway 07 at Guernsey. Robert L. Eddy. c/o Jsnm McKamio. IS-Ot USED BRICK " A"NTr A. or Orie Bycrs. South Walnut St. . Phone 722 MECHANICS TOOLS~AN'D" BOXKS ^V.000 pounds welding rods, other welding eiiuipmunt. Ladders, tarpaulins, some paint, Jack screws leveling instruments, rolled roofing, wheel barrows, saw blades, carpenter tools, chipping hammers, air hose, large and small. Iron conveyors, chisels and star drills, scrap lumber and a few brick and tile, I office desk See C. D. Lautertaach, 510 South Walnut, Phone 900. ]G-3t THREE YOUNt?, REGISTERED Jersey cows with calf. From jltlen Wallace stock. II. M. OI- Sen, Phone 182, Highway 07 fast _ _ 10-31 THREE ROOMS FURNISHED Tor light housekeeping, Near Schooley's store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 17-tf 19-10 FORD DELUXE TUDOR SE- dan, 19:i4 Ford tuclor sedan, 19H1 Ford 4 door sedan. All li extra clean and in good condition. Harold Payne, Patmos, Arkansas. 17-31 CHICKS. IF WE "DON-T have them we will order them for you. Feeders Supply Co. ' 17-lm CORN, CORN CHOPS. WHEAT, hen scratch, plenty growing and laying mash. Feeders Supply Co. 17-lm PRESSURE COOKER. USED very little. ?1X Mrs. Jnc Dildy, Phone 1(190. 18-31 'O SMALL SADDLE HORSES, OG South Walker St. Phone 1047-.T. W. C. Gentry. 18-01 BILLFOLD CONTAINING SOCIAL security card, driver's licenses nnd other papers and $39 in cash. Finder please return to Klrey Wright, Hope Rt. 1 or Cox Cassidy's Foundry. Reward. 17-,'H YOUR NAME / MY NAMl 14 > AND YOUH/ ftlNl. I WMIT 10 BUSINESS, SEE MR.MHCROFI MISTER. V on A VERY CONFIDENTIAL MAI1ER, Bv Chick Young IIOW TO b£E IF I CAN *»Y A CALL ON YORK MBlCROFT, tATHER Of THE BfAUTIFUL MARClA. QUITE A COUNTRY PLACE HE'S GOT FOR HIMS'tLF. THAT HE tu.o A VISITOR. I PON'T RECOGNIZE -HIM, TWILIGHT. MOPE TO THE K RIGHT Ar>st> DOWN, / MR. DITHCPS r \ WISH J BUMSTEAD WOULP ( KEEP HIS FAMILY ' V_. AFFAIRS At ., HOME' MEICROFT SURE LIKES HIS PRIVACY. PRIVATE GUARDS AND EVERYTHING. VOUR. 5UGGESTION EVER 1 BOOTS BEDD / I DON'T ENVV POOR ^ I K.EEP THINKIN' HOW „...._ _ THEfA TEACHERS COtoE BACK TOOAY, &UFORD, / ME,TOO., AN' GETTIN' RIP OF THKT CRftCK ?OT,IWGEE!/TW5 \5 TH LITTLE H pOWN . HWIN'TO \EVER'THIN6'S LOCKED ENi TH' HEWS TO / TIGHT, W ALL TH V KISS NN' GET HIS KEY!/ T6NNNTS H,\ME BEEN \NOUU7HT BE CAUGHT PEM> IN THIS OUTFIT! By Galbraith MODEST Trudtnurk Hnji!!frta V. S. IMtflll Ofl Side Glances V V~ '-i't ^""" V ._X' -^V,--. •'-'^-: ,?.'QUICK! FUU- ASTEKN TILL VOU G£T AWAV FROM THIS £EEF.'-..ANP THOSE ROCKETS BROUGHT THE LANES KiGKT OVEK LH.'j "i,/ CTPN'T PRDR.. THOSE ROCKET? CAME UP BURH! von x ®u SCURVY STOOL FIPGEON . -. // HKB^'^^ :• HpSJS ' LOOK,BE HONEST <<•- ' N LIGHT, PA,L .. V- i) / I WANT .' AJJAMT 1' HA.V£N'T A.NVTHIN6 MEKVV IN STOCK.! 7Wi"C'-C7\~l-rfiV O °,J£T '' {ili P" 4"! ' (SOM^TM!NGJ V? ME\v\ rTrTTTii/7//' /fe""^* / *"/CT/.T,*/ He :,• a fishter and I own half of him — the left half!" ' COPS. 1948 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Off. Ht^ ;T'couldn't iincl any me;it or bread, bul I did luivo Hie st-:•-.'• grandest luck—1 uol n sot oi' those hair curlers I ve want*''" ; • ••—'••" " """— •- « i it* *~ — " ~ ' . — '* -"*- •••— Freckles and His Friends By Blosser By Hershberger ? U nny Business PLANTS - FLOWERS ^ m BRAHMA CALF FROM FAIR nark Rodeo Pen. Notify Terrell •Cornelius. Phone r>. 18-31 Plenty COOl WELL, SHE LIKES ME'S I'LL COME 3Y IM THE To HAVE THINGS / OUR . IROGER. AND PICK YOU UP, BUCK YOU'RE SOINJG- TO MEET MRS. KANE/ PINE GARDENS COPR. 1946'BY NEA StKVIC£. INC. t. M. fctg- U. S. FAT. OfF. Half Mile East of Hope fEATURING "That will ho. $:5."vO I'or the plant and 75 cents I'or this box of bce-stina salve!" COPH. 1946 BY NE» SERVICf. INC \ T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. Thimble Theater • GOOD STEAKS • Chicken Dinners 2 Private Dining Rooms WARNED HER TO Jr AWAY r£Ov\ TALLAPOOSA 6tt, \ VttV. UKt 1 O\D | 1 USED TO THfVT THtV MMV7.U "THE VOW VOU "DO 1 . HOLD ST\l\_ \ \ WftW TO SEE HOVO VOU V-OOU UP 5 vAtV '. OH GOU.V, VOHprt DO KiOW "? OH. GOODY t! CAN FLY ON MY BACK NOW?/ ~ OPEN FROM 5 P. M. 'Til Midnight • Cover Charge Saturday Night MILTON EASON. Owner Our Boarding House With Major Hoople ""/ ww//VW;'i%'*' •••*// • (A HUNDRED By J.R.Williams Out Our Way G05H, NELLIE/ IT'S TAKIWG US A LCMC, TIME ,, TO GET TO THE KIW6DOW . , OF UUCERTAIKIIA/ J rvfai I AMtvieX-TWaDASGOME SP\TF\R.& \N\F THOSE: « CUBES, % M^OR/ SOO POT TWO P/\B5 OF WHITE WA.CjVA OM OUR SIDEBURNS.' WE TAGGED SOU FOR A VILLF\S& MOUNT I & US V^TH A BftLL AMDCHPMNi' WHY, HE ISN'T VICIOUS.' H£ RUSHEP UP TO MAKE FRIEMDS, ALL.' ALL MV LIFE IVE BEEM SCHOOLED, TRAIMED AM' CULTIVATED TO COMSlDER. MY FELLOW MAM-GIVE HIM A BREAK-THEM WHY IS IT WHEW I AIN'T GOT TIME TO THIMti, ALL THAT TRAIMIM' DOM'T WORK? LIVINGSTONE; HOW DID vou HAPPEN UPON us INTH\S REMOTE ASSUMED M&BB& I ALSO VACATE "DO SOM& HEP SHOOT, 5HE.R1FF. YOU'RE V)ROXS<3, OeWELL'lV ClIrNSED ROPE*"; WHEN WITH A MOTOR CVCL& ESCOR-T SPECTATORS GA5P A " " CLASSIFIED HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS C . In °" lce Dny Bcforc Publication '" Advanoe • N °» Taken Over the Phon. ' A* flm 0« On* month Je "»"". •"'"'"""" «« lie word, minimum $2.70 « re f ° r Contlnu0 "" Insertions Only YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" Real Estate for Sale FOUR ROOM HOUSE, GOOD CON- dilion, good lot. Apply 832 North Hazel, Cash Only. 15-01 80 ACRE FARM, 1 MILE OUT of corporation on paved highway. 14 bearing pecan and 3 plum trees. Homestead house has 7 rooms and $125 kitchen cabinet. Has electricity and ijns is available. Large burn oiid newly repaired '.maul house. Would cost $10,000 to duplicate improvements. Will sell for $7,000. See P. J. Holt, 313 North Washington, Phone 1020-W. 10-01 FOUR ROOM HO{«"E~AND~TWO lols on Ada Street. 2 blocks back of Alex Purlle's. See W. W. Biddie, lo-flt :'<• ACRES LAND, GOOD FIVE loom house, Butane gas, Electricity, good well water. Located at Ozun, Ark. $1500. See P. II Stephens, 504 South Walker, Hope Ark. Phone G93-J. 10-,'H TWO LARGE LOTS, ONE ON corner. House under construction. West 7th Street, Apply 705 West Ave. B. 17-31 •14 ACRES, 3 MILES 'EAST OF Hope. Nice five room home, fine well and two springs. Butane gas and lights. $4400.' • 0 LOTS NEAR FA1RPAHK DRIVE $700. 137 ACRES, 7 MILES NORTH OF Hope, sandy land, nice 5 room house. Well and springs. $3,000. 80 ACRES FOUR MILES EAST on No. 4 highway. Five room house, barns and extra good level land. $4,800. NEW FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON Foster Avenue. $4,200. CAFE WELL LOCATED, A REAL bargain. Walkout sale. SEE KILEY LEWALLEN, PHONE 110. East 3rd St. 18-3t For Rent FOR RENT TO COUPLE, 3 ROOM furnished cottage apartment. See Ben G. Southward at Whileway Barber Shop. 1G-31 Mattres? Renovating FOR THE BEST IN GUARAN- teed work call Cobb's Matttress Co. at 712 W. 4th. We call for and deliver. Phone 229-J. 21-lm Found 1 JERSEY COW. SEE CHARLES H. Beck, 5 miles out of Hope just oft Shover road on Route 2 16-31 For Sale or Trade GOOD 1840 FORD PICK-UP, good condition, Esso Service Station, Emmet, Ark. l(i-Gt Wanted to Rent UNFURNISHED HOUSE OR apartment. Call Clarence Weak ley at 73 or 7G8. 16-Gl TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS man and wife. Call 4C1-W. 10-:it Clubs Doyle The Doyle Home Demonstration Club met July 10 with Mrs. Clyde Hutson. Eight members were present and Miss Westbrook, Home Demonstration Agent. Several <)-H Club boys and girls were present. Meeting was called to order at 2 o'clock. History of. song was given by Mrs. J. P. Hutson. We sang "Love's Old Ssveet Song." Devotional: John 17th chapter was read by Mary Helen Hutson followed with the club prayer. Roll call was answered "With my plans for Call garden". Reports from leaders were given. Discussion on "How and why to alter patterns" by Mrs. Weir Owens. Mrs. Clyde Hutson gave a talk on "Disease of roses and control of them". Miss Weslbrook gave the club members a pattern for making waste baskets of card board, covered with wallpaper. We had the auction sale which brought $1.00. We now have $14.78 in the treasury. The meeting was closed by repeating the club woman's creed. Delicious re' freshments were served. Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. PIANOS Just Received — A Large 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. "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. New York, July 17—Some of Sidney Hillman's personal and political friends in the eulogies have spoken of his long and devoted labors for American ideals. 1 always thought his ideals were European and his program one of creeping totalitarianism a n d though 1 respected him as a clever, able and persuasive man, 1 think the damage he did in substituting European concepts; for American outweighs the material btncfits that he won for his coaling workers and some others. The propagandists of the other side are fond of saving that all opposition lo persons, methods and principles dear lo them springs frorn haired bul I did nol hale Hillman and wish him eternal peace, assuming Lhat he was sincere who believed liis ends justified some very ques tionable means. The controversies of the last twelve years have been waged in a mood of anger to the impairment of sober understanding of the issues but I think I can point out the error of those who would perpetuale Hillmanism in out counlry objeclively and without temper. We needn't go into the question of the closed shop because If we did we would stall right there, its advocates and opponents being immovable and .all the arguments having been exhausted long ago. But Mr. Hillman, in 1943, proposed something that seems to me to have been right out of Ihe books of Mussolini and Hitler when he asked lhat all the unions in the state of New York affiliate with the so - called American Labor party, then, as now, the temporary iibode of the Communist movement, and nay into the party treasury a per capita tax on all their members. That meant, and Sidney Hillman intended it to mean, that all the workers in the state who are union members whether by choice or by force, and may be Republicans or Democrats, would have been compelled lo pay tribute to his own political parly. We may have had isolated precedents for this idea in rotten localities in times past as where employers warned the workers that if thev did not vote thus and so the works would close down and they would be out of work. But I know of no true parallel and I think the proposition was vio- enlly un-American. I say lhat if you compel an American citizen to contribute lo a polilical party and Ihreaten to suspend him from his union and lay him off the job for refusing to contribute you are violating his political rights in the meanest way by threatening his family with poverty. The failure of this proposal was due to political rivalry between Hillman and the other union bosses. The fact that the others did nol denounce it on principle b u 1 dilched it onlv because it would have magnified Hillman's groat power, shows how :Car this leadership was travelled back toward continental Europe. British law, the source of ours and in many respects superior, explicitly forbids compulsion in the collection of such contributions on the very ground thai it would force some voters lo give financial support to candidates and proposals abhor rent to them and thus impair then citizenship. In Hillman's own union, collections were taken up for "underground" work in Europe and the people had to pay whethfr they were willing or not and the levy was given a tint of thai amorphous and sometimes evil thing which the unioneers are always calling "democracy" with the explanation that this collection had been decided upon by the high executive body of the union. But, just at random, I point out lhal "underground" work in foreign countries is no business of an oslensibly voluntary American association of workers formed oJ the purpose of negolialing wages, hours and working conditions and that no American citizen should be compelled to implicate himself in such mysterious and ominous business with idleness and want as Ihe only alternative. The money might be used to starl an armed revolution against a friendly nation, and the "underground" might get the Uniled Slates into a war. Back in 1940, Hillman's office sent circulars to the members which were nothing but campaign literature for President Roosevelt. "We are mobilized in a crusade to re-elect our great president," it said. "Let there be no slackers in our midst." Well, now, who said all the members were "mobilized in a crusade" and so forth and who gave anybody the rieht to call an American citizen a slacker, which is a dirty word and deliberately selecled, just because he inlended to exercise his polilical right to vote for Wendell WillkieV Probably most of Ihe members were Roosevelt voters bul this official writ :"rom 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 'l i clatter and make it whole again. tWe invite your Inspection of our work* HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 Cardinals, Bums Leave Way Open for Chicago By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer Brooklyn's dismal slump and the Jardinals' habit of losing to the Phillies is leaving the door wide open for the Chicago Cubs in the National League pennant scramble. Although the Dodgers still rule Ford Frick's roost by a half ;ame, many baseball men believe .he real 194G race in September will find the Cards and Cubs bat- .ling for the flag. Counted out of the race and •ated "just another wartime club" n the early spring calculations, .he Bruins today are a strong .bird, breathing hard on the necks of the St. Louis Red Birds and only 3 1-2 games out of first place. The Cubs made ground yesterday by drubbing the Braves, 10-0, in the afternoon and then watching both the Brooks and Cards bow .inder the arcs. St. Louis once again refused to take advantage of a chance to regain the lead they hadn't held all by themselves since May 19. Ron Northey belted two home runs and Andy Seminick added one with the bases choked to give Oscar Judd a 10-1 early margin. The lefty j'aded in the last two rounds and had to call in relief help from Charlie Schanz and Dick Mulligan to save the 10i7 decision. It was the fifth time in 11 meetings the Phils had beaten, the Birds. Brooklyn staggered to a fifth successive setback at Cincinnati, 5-2, their seventh defeat in eight starts on the current western tour. Young Hank Behrman appeared to have a 2-1 triumph in his pocket until the Dodger defense collapsed in the four-run eighth to give Bucky Walters his sixth decision. Rookie Ralph Kiner sank the New York Giants with a three-run homer and two singles behind Pittsburgh's Nick Strincevieh, 8-5. All major league attendant records went by Hie boards at the Yankee Stadium when Die New Yorkers lured 30,153 paying guests to boost the season high to 1,510,934. The best previous mark was 1.485,160 attained by the Chicago Cuba in 1929 and that lor an entire season. Incidentally the Yanks won two from St. Louis, 3-2 and 8-4 but remained 11 full games behind Bos-1 ton which dumped Chicago twice, 3-1 and 0-1. Jimmy Outlaw's 12th inning double enabled Detroit to trim Washington 3-2 on Al Benlon's first success since April 18. Allie Reynolds got victory No. 5 on the record by subduing the Phil adelphia Athletics with i'ive blows, 8-2. CARWVAL Bv Dick Turner COPR. 1946 OY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT OFF "Conl'oiiixl this secret work! In a moment of I'orjs'eli'ill- ness 1 lold my wife to keep her mouth shut!" This Curious World By William Ferguson TOO THOOUGH Jamestown, N. Y., July 18 —(/P) - Mrs. Nora Davis wrote Mayor S. A. Storth yesterday thanking him for prompt action by ihe city on a request for elimination of poison ivy. which spread to her property from an adjoning lot. • She added: "I hope that my rose bushes and lawn will grosvn back next Vear." The mayor said ho "imagined" that Ihe city employe, using a flame throwing weed eradicated, was over zealous in his work . Most business men take an annual inventory of their business; iVrmers should take .an annual inventory of soil fertility. LAID END TO END WOULD ENCIRCLE THE EARTH ALMOST FOUR. COPR. 1<KG BY NEA SERVICC, INC. \ \ XI., IN DENV2E, COLORADO, A SPARROW .BUILT ITS NEST IN THE CAUTION LISHT OF A TRAFFIC SISNAL, %> WHEN THE ESCAPED CONVICT IS FOUND. HE IS LOST,"55** J.ErURRIOLA&OITlAj, 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 headquarters stigmatized all others. So, of that piece of business I say lhat here again Sidney Hillman revealed that, although he had lived Jong and had prospered in the United Stales, he was still haunted by the mental political habits and superstitions that he formed in Lithuania. He spoke often of freedom, and rather pretty his wordage, too, but nis utterances and actions, over the years .reveal a strictly materialistic concept of the more .abundant and satisfactory life. Vacations with pay? Yes. Pensions? Yes. Freedom :.'rom the fear of poverty? Well, yes and no, because he threatened you with poverty as heartlessly as any soulless corporation ever did, if you reared back and insisted lhat you were a man with a mind and principles and would vole as you pleased and refuse financial aid \o candidates whom you opposed. Mr. Hillman carried the same European psychology and political ethics inlo his polilical action committee and men :'ound themselves down for a dollar assessment i'or Ihe fourth lerm campaign who deep ly believed Roosevelt should not be re-elected. Even Ihough the counlry was supposed to be short of civilian manpower, and Paul McNutt was hollering for more labor, Ihe Roosevelt campaign fund came before the nation's necessity because men who refused to pay were rult-d out of Ihe "war effort." In some . cases, the alternative was indue 'lion into the army or navy and ! | would like to hear someone say 1 thai Congress and the people intended that the drafi acl should be used lo make anybody contribute money to anybody's campaign fund. | So, as I say, I didn't hale Hillman. May he resl in peace, but I did delesl his principles or jack of principles which permitted him to thiust these :'oreign political novel- lies upon us in Ihe mocking guise of "liberalism," "progress," "Freedom" and "democracy." And I lake my stand that those who now say he was a man of high. American ideals are so far corrupted themselves, and probably sincerely, thai they just aren't qualified to discuss American ideals iit all. Doug /"^ITY Carl Bacon V»*I 1 I Jones ELECTRIC CO, — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 •Iv Book i PoBertea. Jr. New York, July 18 —(/P)— The announcement that Prnceton, the oldest football-playing school of all, has listed 22 grid games :Cor four different teams next i'all brings oul the fact that there'll be a heck of a lot of foolball in 1946. . The Tigers likely will be stressing quantity more than cjualily with junior varsity, 150-pound and freshman squads being organized when they don't even expect a top- rank varsity team. . Bul a lol of other schools where the coaches preferred to concentrate on one strong team, are coming up with "B" squads Ihis year — virtually all the western conference colleges, Michigan State, Iowa State and Virginia, to name just a few. . And, in case you've forgotten, there'll be Iwo bir pro leagues and a number of minors operating. Walks Are Good, Too Bernie Moore, Louisiana State Univresily coach who was quite a baseball player in the "good old days" at Carson-Newman, comes up with a recipe to prevent Ted Williams from hitting. . . ."I'd knock him down every time he slood al the plale, because that's the only way to stop him irom hitting those long ones." . . . Yeah, p 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. RIDING HORSES BuKgy Rides — Hay Rides Enjoy this Healthful 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 likely he'd only get two-baggers then. Sports Before Your Eyes Playing with letters, why don' they call Williams the Boston "T"? . . . And of course, that defense Lou Boudrcau cooked up for him would be the "T" formation. . . . Chuck Taylor, the very active Coalport, Pa., welterweight, has taken over ihe management of Bernie Miller, New York Negro, after boxing 45 rounds with him. Wonder if Chuck heard that oldie: "If you can't like them, join them?".Although Earl Blaik claims there are no "name" football Blay- ers in the incoming class at West Point, there is a boy :iamed Russ Dobelstein, who played a Jot of tackle at Tennessee last fall. . . Two Games Are Scheduled at Park Tonight Two soflball games are on the schedule at Fair park tonight pair- ng Moore's Market against Lion Jil and Stewart's Jewelry and Rephan's, in regular league play Yesterday afternoon at the park Hope s American Legion Junior Baseball team collected 18 hits to •un up a 12 to 3 score over Pres- •ott. The boxscorc: Hope Albritton, c .... Sutton. cf Russell, lb Anderson, ss .. Reyenga, 3b . Bearden, If Westbrook, If .... Wilson, rf . Reed, rf England, rf Bullock, 2b LaGrono, 2b McCullough, 2b Gough, p Prescott Nelson, lb Johnson, c Campbell, 2b Gormage, If ' Tramthom, ss .. Creech, cf Martin, rf Moore. 2ta Langley, p AB R .. 5 . 5 .. 5 5 .. 4 .. 1 ... 4 . 1 ... 1 .. 3 .. 2 H 1 1 2 3 3 4 1 1 2 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 42 12 18 3. 3 4 5 . 4 3 . 4 4 4 34 3 G Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press Flo-«'d Bevens .«»d Charlev Keller, Yankees — Bevens turned back Browns with three hits in 3-2 opener; Keller bashed grand slam ir-r *n 8-4 niehtoan. Joe Dobson, and Dave Ferriss, Reel Sox — Tossed Boston a pair oi seven-hit triumphs over Chicago 3-1 and 0-1. Ralph Kiner, Pirates — Lashed three-run homer and two singles in Pittsburgh's 8-5 victory over New York. Ron Northev, Phillies — Walloped two home runs' as PhiL- ruined St. Louis' chances of taking first nlace with 10-7 victory. Jimmy Outlaw. Tigers —Scored Skeeter Webs with 12th inning double Cor 3-2 nod over Washington. Eddie Miller. Reds •— Singled with bases loaded to break tie, giving Cincy 5-2 margin over Dodgers. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Oakland, C a 1 i x. —Frankie Moore, 130, Berkeley, outpointed Al Medrano, 133, Los Angeles 10 Binghamton, N. Y. —Sandy Me. Pherson, 217 1-2, Okalhoma City, outpointed Adam Spencer, 207 New York. 8. Kansas City — Roy Miller, 160 Kansas City, knocked out Wild Bil McDowell, 159 1-2, Dallas, 8 By United Press New York (Ebbets Field) Ruby Kessler, 140 4-1, New York, stopped Pat-Scanlon, 140 1-4 Brooklyn, 7, Bangor, MR. Frankie Anderson, 1G2, Belfast, Me. .knocked out Bal Sebastian, 162, Boston 1 lered: "Show them whem you live, Jimmy." . . Hegan obliged by bouncing a triple off the center field wall just about in the direction of Lynn. Feeling No Pain When Cleveland's Jimmy Hegan, who hails from Lynch, Mass., came to bat against the Red Sox in Boston the other day, a fan hol- NOTICE TilSRay Venetian Blind Co, 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas WE * CLEAN 'EM « REPAIR 'EM • PAINT 'EM • ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM * RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New Custom- Made 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. » ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope. Ark. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS 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 ^^ '"* i**- Page Seven Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following at 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) PATTOF JR. PAT ROBINSON Circuit Judge LYLE BROWN DEXTER BUSH State Senator, 9th Dist. EMORY A. THOMPSON DR. F. C. CROW JAMES P. HULSEY Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector. TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer. MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SWELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK FRANK RIDER Tax Assessor C. COOK GARRETT WILLIS PINK W. TAYLOR - tl 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 '" 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 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 NOW OPEN 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 Cleaners HALL'S Hatters HUGH P. HALL., Qwner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76

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