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"(sal -j .Tuesday, July J1, |& \ < "' <« HOPE STAR, HOPE, AR.KAN5A5 Tiiesrlny, .Inly ' V/EU, THERE'S V-- AM tXPlAMATIOfl/ I'M A1TUVD AtV.MCRt. / NOf. MAKCIA COUID [ TALK / IS--AII-- OUT WITH YOUR OF TOWN. ER-- DAUSHTFR \ EXCUSE ME -JUST IY1ARCIA? A A MOMENT. / Bv Chick Young THE QUESTION IN MY MIND, MR.MELCROFT, 15 WHAT'S IHE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE MURDER OF stiti AND THE PICTURE OF YOUR DAU6KTER IN HIS POCKET ? OUT THIS WAV, MR. CLINT. THROUGH THE 'jOlARIUM. LCTIIH FLINT 'HIP THROUGH YOUR FINGERS $»'-*&'"*'$' I HAVEN'T ^& ^t>W, (THE SLIGHTEST p"\ "i T* I- *AK \ i nr A .// I [•' ./* \ * * XS3S?: IN M I5'VEA,RS ON THE FORCE, V CUT THIS H.'/W. Hf WliST BE X VES.OFFICER,BUY1VEKNOWEP ), POP...THIS 15 : FOR THE S'frTE ) HI- B'LCNGS- HOSPITAL OH 1 HE HH.I. / ItJ TIV BOOBV l^.'.S.M.WOSTCOCK-EHEP / SCOUNDREL \CMlWlS THE CRftCICPOT SOWE \ W<c3EE PER 7Ef>.fc3...Hrs GOr P\ EVER I LISTENED IS WING..HE BE WM DENTIST REPORTED SCReW LOOSE AN' DON'T TO.,.ftNO.NOTOME FftCr-VERIFIEP!,\ KHOWS lT-'5 / OlE-PM. 7 . TOPWV...TRIED TO FOncE/ KNOW WOT HE'5 DOtM 1 * HlfA TO GOLD-PLAvTE A GOAT'S TEETH I \NIW,VOI)!\ I'LL TWIST \ VOU INTO ft TINV Side Glances By Galbraith MORE KEE 1RIE5 TO EXPl/MN HIS SITUATION, THE N.ORE INCREDIBLE IT SOUNDS NUMBER THREE 80AT, CIRCLE WIPE AMP MAKE A FEIHT ASTERN OF 'EM.' USE THE TOMMY SUNS AMP POH'T < CLOSE AY... BLUBBER KNIVES ANP HARPOONS ARE NASTY WEAPONS .' YEK NAME WONT Yj A M, WE'LL PO - SCOZCHY NO A SAME TO BLACK O/.?SE HELLO, PM5V... KEMEMSEE OUR . f \BOUT HOW \ SCIENTIFICALLY SWM5T ^NTS 1 K—^ lS "But it can't be a sardine—they conic in cans!" Freckles and His Friends By Blosser COPR. 194S BY NEA 6ERVICE. INC. T. M. BEO. U. S. PAT. OF>. "1 wouldn't bv too particular about waiting I'or thai divum man of yours—why, some of these nice boys at the bench mav be future grocers or "butchers!" DOES MffS KANE SUSPECT YOU'RE NlOPE, AMD 1 CAN . RARDW GOING TO INTRODUCE HER TO HER../ WAIT TO SEE HER EXPRESSION By Hershberqer funny Business NEW COLR5MNUT SHOP? WHEN WE SPRINS- OLV5. SURPRISE / WE'RE PROUD \ I FEEL. \TAKETMIS OF VOU, SOW/ KIMDA GOOP , ALOMS-, WOMEN, M«S. KANE GO[W& TO NEED , M EXTRA ONE/ I KIsHW I COU-D CCX/'sT ONJ YO'J- YO-'IJE GQX3 -O n^VE TO GO TO TOO-A BIG D,"FERCNC£ IS) CJ A.L THV?/, r-n[iiijr- Of«. IMS »Y Hf» SEBVIcV INC. T.'M! RtG. u' S.'FAT/6rF.''f'"''' : V*;fA j !"'-';^ 'But I tell you it's llic best I can do without a priority! Thimble Theater ( EVEN WITH ' "* YOUR GREAT STRENGTH, VOU CANNOT SOCK -7 A STORM// J I PEAK 'TIS QUITE USELESS A, KOOv .,> ^eoi'A'A fvv / M'I^""' \'- w -of c OH, COD, I VWULOM' OK) Wt tAU^'.C \ 1 VOftKrt TO GO ! •SOUMD DUO'5 Vv/MT HERE, WIMPY — i YA/A QOIN' IN// ' ' T. M. Ijt.K. U._S. PAT. OTF. COPR 190. KING FEATURES SVKMCATP. 1«- WORLD _ R 1Cirr3JiI8EaVlD ITS A GOOD Tl-IIUfi- HO HAD OH HI'J BATH I US-5u IT/ •-".'. GIDDAP, NELLIt/y ' ' Out Our Way Our Boarding House With Major Hoople By J. R. Williams t 'OO^T ZACKLV K|v)O l «M VJHATT'S IM ! H' POT, AAlSTAH X NOTCHED SOM.6 T/PE NOTBEIN'ANATDRfl MAM.XCAl^V ARE GOOD TO WHY, ITS MO BEAR. ER MOTHIW'-- IT'S J 1ST A HORSE.' FLJKJMY IT hAAKE 4,--^ ME JUMP.' Hto^-iWt! MEM/ TUATv- J FROIW THACT '•ABl^e AW \J' KETTLE: IDEM. SPOT JUTERALLV FOR. A ./lEOUiSMTUE FUTURE <\ NOSE OKi THE: -/ K&ES1DEMT Y LkST PHA9E OF f TO Be . A OUR. 30URK1&V/ V Q/-IOM ,„•>' v/ MHA' \/\m/\T ARE: VOU COOK-, INS? ^ mm£&fe-=&sK. V V' W-'i^;:^^'.^^^.'^ i^>- mmm£tgc^\ v?_ -toR?E .C^p2_./-.W I ^'O SA'POLE/.^r^dV V — ^ ^ ' '" 'W'5 IS. ArM«> FASTER N/'Y£P-' _ '^ "'^5 1 J A-i CURS, SHER.FF .' ^) ' K ^-. / — ' i^^\^ \, \>^''-^~£,;?7±-2r> ^;tfK5 F fUKT'S BEAME WE'LL Flt^D HOPE STAR, H0r>t, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED . AMU/ Atd * MustBe ' ln0tt 'coI>ny Before Publication • All Want Ada Cash In Advance . Not Taker, Over the Phon. JS' £'« tlm " ,! SOe Ohi month . lie word, minimum »J.7« .,_,„„ RQtes are for Continuous Insertions Only THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale THHER ROOMS" , „, Hit- light housekeeping, Neiii SchooleyV, store. Phone 38-F-ll. _-_-._"' ''' '*"• Schooley. 17-lf BABY CHICKS, IF WEixW'T have them we will order them lor you. Feeders Supply Co 17-lm CORN, CORN CHOPS, WHEAT nen scratch, plenty growing, and laying mash. Feeders Supply Co. . ^ 17-lm ?nm ? outh Walker' "'st. " Phn'ne 1047-.T. W. (:. Gentry. lU-Ot > W BOYS' BICYCLE. RXTUA HEAVY duty. Billy Keltig, Prescott, Ark. FISH BAIT FOR SALK ON DOUC,- las s farm, W< miles north of Hope on SPG highway.' ]<l-(j| GOOD USED ,'if) II.P. V-ii MOTOR For passenger car. Apply Fos_ter'.'; Grocery, Phono 744. 20-31 HEG1.STEKED PIGS, ToF BHK~n quality. ,J. A. Coffee, Poland China Farm or Sultoii Livestoc)', 4 Commis.sion. ID-Ct CHEAP, HIT? CHEVROLETSE- dan, good rubber, two 'blocks north of Alex Purtle on Ada Street. C. L. Barnes. 22-31 Real Estate for Sale WE HAVE TIIREiTNlcrTTlOMES and two fnrms for snlo that are worth investigating. See Floyd Porlerfield. 20-01 GROCERY STORE, GOOD HOUSE and 3 acres of land. $3,000. E. J. Smith, Lewisville highway. 22-31 TWO LOTS, Mi BY l. r >0 EACH, ON coiner, house under construction. One block from Fair Park on West 7th. Apply 70S West Ave H. 23-31 1941 FORD TON AND HALF truck. Motor overhauled. 10,000 miles. In A-l condition. Can be seen at Frank Walters Garage. Raymond Ross. 22-(it FHhJSH CORN AND TOMATOES, E. J. Smith, 2 miles out on Lewisville highway. 22-31 .JOHN DEERE TRACTOR, MOlJivT, II. William E. Reardon, c/o O Lloyd, HI. I!. Hope. i!3-(it HKI2 PONTIAC COUPE. SEE AT Hundy & Sons, 3rd & Laurel. 23-31 For Rent NICE FRONT BEDROOM WITH private entrance U) working couple or woman. Phone 129. 22-31 BEDROOM ADJOINING BATH. Gentleman only. Phone fi58-.I .after (i p.m. 1110 South Main St. 23-31 Lost BROWN TORT1SHELL PERSIAN female rat, has been spade. Green eyes and answers to name "Missy.' If found notif" Mr. Fox at Fox Tire Co. for $10 reward and pair of nylon hose. 22-01 GARDENS Half Mile East of Hope FEATURING • GOOD STEAKS • Chicken Dinners 2 Private Dining Rooms OPcN FROM 5 P. M. 'Til Midnight • Cover Charge Saturday Night MILTOM EASON, Owner FOSTER-ELLIS FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON EAST Fil'let-nth sti-cot, hurclwoocl floors, lot 50 x 150, excellent condition, less than year old. KIGHT-HOOM HOUSE ON SOUTH Elm, close in, attic ventilation, Must sell this week. NEW FIVE-ROOM MOUSE JUST completed, hardwood floors, mod- crn throughout, corner lot. FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FOSTER Avenue, newly papered, redecorated interior. 23-31 FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FULTON sheet. Price, greatly reduced for C|uick sale. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE ON EAST Division street, newly papered, landscaped. TWO FIVE-ROOM HOUSES ON West Fourth- street. Join- blocks from business area, on pavement. DUPLEX APARTMENT ON PAV- ecl street three blocks from business area, (i-room and 4-room apartments. Two baths. Small down payment, easy terms. MODERN FIVE-ROOM HOUSE and three and hall' acres on Hope-Washington highway three miles from town. Garage, water, lights, gas, other improvements. TWO RESIDENTIAL LOTS ON South Main, others in various- pans of town. MORE THAN 00,000 ACRES OF good farm land' located in Hemp- si ead and Nevada counties. Let Mr. Charley Baker show you these listings. Acreage ranges from small farms to plantations. FOSTER-ELLIS PHONE 221 Help Wanted Fair Enough By Wcstbrook Pegter Copyright, 1846 By King Features Syndicate. HOME ECONOMICS TEACHER for Spring Hill School. Excellent salary. If interested call 27-W-22. Also High School English teacher, and Commercial teacher wanted. 20-31 WANTED STORE MANAGER for .automoUve tire Supply Store. Salary and bonus. Also tire salesman. Call 257 or 75G-W, Magnolia, Ark. 20-31 Mattress Renovating FOR THE BEST IN GUARAN- teed work caH'Cobb's Matttress Co. at 712 W. 4th. We call for and deliver. Phone 229-J. 21-lm Wanted to Rent 4 OR 5 ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment or house. Call Clifford Cox at Moore Bros, or 918-J-after V p.m. 20-3t Notice WILL TRADE HOUSE RENT FOR carpenter work and painting. A. M. Rettig, Prescott, Ark. Phone 815-I-V21. 19-6t Wanted to Buy New York. July 22—This new veterans' organization called the American Veterans' Committee, or AVC Inc., seems to love publicity because it is always turning the crank and 'grinding out press ''releases," and, in its official bulletin about its recent first annual convention in Des Mpines, H boosted about its press notices like an (i I d time dog - act hanging around outside the palace. I thought a lot of this coverage was slanted in favor of the AVC, Inc., by writers who hold that the program of the political action bunch is gospel and.that all brothers are dirty heretics and doubt tlval it will be entirely helpful to the AVC because it will irritate such infidels, amounting, in all, to a mighty number. The term "release," inclining « handout from a press-ago:-.!, is really a misnomer and a clislor lion because in the original sense it meant a speech by an important person or a decision by a court or bureau such as the. Interstate Commerce Commission which was given to the press associations and papers in advance under seal of confidence for a simultaneous "release" by the clock or by flash. Way back, someone got up the ingenious idea of turning out the text of speeches by the president, maybe Mr. Tuft or the i'irst Roosevelt, which thus could be wired ahead in slack hours or even mailed all over the country under a warning line, "hold for release." This relieved congestion, diminished the chances of errors due to haste, sometimes saved money in tolls and assured wider circulation for the pearls of wisdom of an eminent statesman. So, in the case of an oration, when the great man started sounding off, the reporter on the assign- LMit had only to hear him horn tiis "A',' remark to the operator, "flash, release speech" and then amuse himself as he pleased which, contruy to a low superstition, doesn't mean that he always curled up on the back of his neck in a police sergeant's chair with a slab of pebbleford and a dirtyword, butchers-paper intellectual magazine to stimulate his class-consciousness. Sometimes a fellow would listen to the speech, and to the improvement of his mind, too, because we liave had some belter than fair scholars and statesmen in our public life, or he might sit down to one of those old-fashioned, sight- unseen Oliver rock-crushers, which wore a ribbon as wide as a hall run ner and had arms like the walking cranes of a Hudson side-wheeler, and bat out the premonitory versions of such excellent American literature as. the "Judge Priest" stories of Irvin Cobb or Wallace Irwin's "Letters of the Japanese Schoolboy." That is what "release" meant originally and to violate or jump a release was a very serious breach of ethics and still is, i'or that matter, in the case of bona fide advance copy, but not, of course, in the case of an ordinary publicity handout, sheaves of which are dumped on the desk every day and hardly any of which is read, much less published. A reporter covering a speech that is being held for release is perfectly safe in leaving the job after hearing the speaker through the first paragraph 99 times out of a hundred but may fall on his face the hundredth time when the fellow gets his second wind or loses his temper and starts dealing i'resh material off the end of his tongue or the top of his head. Of course if he is on the air, the radio quotes him literally and without special effort but the press has to watch i'or digressions and slick them into the text, sometimes noting that the insert matter was not in the original version. Nowadays a batch of mail may bring a "release" from some tub- thumper consisting of some banal SMALL TWO WHEEL TRAILER, W. P. McRee, Route 1, Box 49, Hope, 4 miles on Springhill Road. 20-3t GOOD MODEL A FORD. SEE Clifford Russell or call 790. 23-IH Found WHITE BULL YEARLING ABOUT 5 months old. Taken up about 2 weeks ago. Owner may have same by paying for ad and care. Leioy Hutfield, 4 miles out on Columbus road. 23-31 PIANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct Prom 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. "Texarkano's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. Painting Your Car Is Our Business Let us give your car one of our super paint jobs. Finest quality paint, any color. No metal work. Visit us for estimate on body or metal work. Work done by experts. Ray Turner William Kennedy HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 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 Bosox Almost Loop Wide By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer World Scries money will b» dangling in front of the Cardinals, Dodgers and Cubs today as they open important engagements in the National League pennant race. The IJo.ston Red Sox arc about "in" if they can play .1)00 ball the rest of the way in the American League, but the senior circuit still is wide open. SI. Louis and Brooklyn come east in an exact tie for first place with identical . r )3-34 record:;, and the defending champs from Chicago arc only five games back ,51 nd coining strong. Inability to boat the lowly New joke attributed to a night club comedian or the political views of some swollen ignoramus acting in a movie and reams of mimeograph from political organizations proot- ing evorything from oleo to unrestricted immigration to Palestine. Strangely, although radio is mighty uppity about its importance as a medium i'or reaching the public, radio still grabs all the space it can in print and my own beloved profession, dopes that we are, having warmed this viper at our bosom, continue to plug our hated rival not only with oce-sional stories but with regular departments under standing heads and in anchored positions which consist largely of j'ree advertising without a trace of news value. We have also been snowed up with straight propaganda and publicity copy or "releases" from a lot of tne government bureaus since the New Deal began, most of all by the. Treasury in the interest Page Five This Curious World By William Ferguson C GRANDCHILDREN, NOT THE CH/LOGEM, OF THE JAPANESE WHO SURVIVED THE ATOM BO.\\B. A\AY SHOW EFFECT? OF THE. RADIATION. COPB 10J6 BY.HEA SCPVICE. INC, YOU PUT AIR IN TIRES TO AVAKE THEAY HARD, TO MAKE RlDlNC- SOFT," &.,'* BARBARA MOHK, HAS ALMOST A /a/v YET FEW PERSONS CAN &IVE A SATlSFAiTC'RY REASON THE ro T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. •Is Inak i FiStatM. Jr.- of the Bretton Woods thing and by i i' 1K oetween tne curronu sports the O.P.A.. taut in bie volSme also . b °9 m _ e . ra ancl lho golden age' New York, July 23 —(/P)— The link between the current, sports the O.P.A., taut in big volume also by the Department of Justice from tune to lime. And, while jl can't be said that the supreme court actually distributed handouts, some of the learned brethern haven't hesitated to slip informallon to selected individuals thai should have been secrets of the' circle, as Justice Jackson noted in bending back the ears of Justice Black. Some say the Treasury and violated Ihe Uiw in using people O.P.A. public money to promote pel isms of the bosses of these bureaus among the people and to instigate of Ihe 192()'s was just about com- pleled when an Argentine polo team turned up on Long Island. . . The game of polo definitely is associated with big dough, bul u lol of plain people became :fans when inlcrnalional polo was booming If) or '20 years ago. The Argentines were a symbol of what made the game popular—colorful hard- riding Latin characters with Celtic cognomens. Of course, they came here mainly to build up their trade—breeding, training and selling polo ponies—but they put pressure against Congress but i, on a grand show in doing it. . .The • • -• • newly-arrived Argentine team, El Trebol is handicapped al 39 goals,, just two below the maximum. Louis and Herbert Duggan, who have played here before, and ten-goal players Carlos and Julio Mendite- guy are so good they've had to split up and play on learns with North Americans. . . And Ihis lime they weren't selling horses: they disposed of their string in Mexico. . . . No doubt, in another year or guess that even so, it would be silly to expect the Department of Justice to indict anyone for that. I think the AVC's publicity department is more efficient than the mimeograph service of any of the other veterans' groups, old or new, in the sense that its couy is more provocative and newsy but not all of its handouts will promote its ambition to.-round up the greatest number of veterans. It has a very definite political character of a leftish angle and I assure that those veterans who are shopping, around for an organization to join will discriminate and refuse to have any truck with an outfit that promotes measures which they oppose. One veteran may be strong for unemployment nay for veterans and non-veterans", too, who are idle by choice because they won't cross a picket line and would rather loaf six months on $25 a week from the government than work for $40 or 45 a week. He may like the AVC for that proposal even though lie objects lo a world government and the "universal lowering of immigration barriers to York Giants consistently has been as embarrassing lo the Cards as failure to top St. Louis has been to Biooklyn. Mel Oil's gang has trimmed Hie Red Birds 8 out of 13 and the Brooks have copped only 3 of 12 Trom Eddie Dyer's crew. St. Louis, fresh from a successful home stand in which it beat the eastern visitors in 10 of 13 starts to pick un five full games of the faltering Dodgers, opens its next-lo-last long road lour in the -Polo Grounds. Three dates Ihere, followed bv another trio with the Braves in Boston leads directly to ;l n o mmgraon arrers 10 „• , _, • displaced persons" which would [ mean that the United States would become the new home of millions of the most pestiferous and implacable pests on earth who would then want pensions, or relief, and spend the resl of their lives yowling about discrimination inslead of grabbing shovels and going to work. Bul another :!ellov. - , with confidence, ambition and self-respect might say to hell with all that and discern that if a man can draw $25 a week just because il is against his principle to cross a picket line, established by some Communist or racketeer, then the same pension should be due any bum who is opposed lo work on principle. Any ingenious person can kick up a "labor dispute' 'on pretext and, by a ".strike" of, say, 100 men throw 5,000 others onto Ihe :ii2, r ) dole. July 30-31-Aug. 1 set a I Ebbcls The Standings Southern Association Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. Club Atlanla Chat'noga . Memphis ... Nashville N. Orleans Mobile Birm'gham L. Rock W. . 04 .. 54 . SO . 51 52 46 . 41 38 L. 38 45 48 48 50 fi3 59 01 Club Boston New York Detroit . . Wash'glon Cleveland St. Louis ... Chicago Phila'phia American League W. 65 .. 53 . 49 .. 44 41 38 . 34 26 Club Brooklyn . St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati Boston . New York Phila'phia Pittsburgh National League L. 25 36 37 42 47 50 53 60 W. L. 53 34 53 34 38 43 4G 49 47 41 42 37 35 34 Pel. .628 .545 .538 .515 .510 .465 .410 .384 Pel. 722 .'596 .570 .512 .460 .432 .391 .302 Pet. .609 .609 .553 .488 .477 .430 .427 .400 so lhey'11 bo back lo play for an inlernalionul trophy and to sell their opponents some fancy-priced oat burners. A Mexican 'team ?s due here in September lo get international matches slarted; k Rent Control The Memphis Chicks of the Southern Association have a policy when they release or transfer a player of arranging to hold his '•(iom for the plaver who replaces him. Jim Hefner Edges Vf Out Rephans in Thriller Ilefner-Nash Softball, te-nm knocked Rophan's from leadership of the second half play last night with a 9 to (i win in one, of the most exciting games to date. Lion Oil defeated Stewart's Jewelry 11 to 8. Tonight Moore's Market will meet Hope Light Plant in the first game and Hefner Nash plays the Whiz Kids. Wednesday the American Legion Junior Baseball team will journey to Prescott for a game at 2:30 p.m. The boxscores: Hefner Cook, Jr., rf Coop, cf Cook, Wr., ss Slaton, 3b Ellen, c Parsons, Ib . Bundy, If .... Hefner, Ib .... Crane, 2b Cook, Jim, p Rephans Schooley. rf Butler, cf . S. Bell, ss ... J. Bell, 3b Stanford, p Haz/.ard, c ... G. Robinson, Pontor, Ib ... Ball. U AB ... 2 .. 3 ... 4 .. 3 . 4 . 4 .. 4 ... 3 .. 0 ... 3 H 0 1 1. 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 30 9 2b Stewarts Fritz, ss W. Taylor, Ib .... Light, " If Tomlin, 2b Fenwick, .c Urban, 3b Holliday, cf Miller, rf W. W. Taylor, p 30 8 5 Under that plan, Pitcher. Voiselle, brother of the' Lion Oil Bright, p Murphy, c Hammons,Tolleson, 3b Ross, ss Ib Jim voiseue, urumer u± me- ot,,.,..( if Giants' Bill, had Quarters await- p.^hVo ing him when he joined the Chicks.] The arrangement proved so Cumbie, rf Leverette, cf . . . me HI luiigtrmeni JJIUVEU au Timilnr satisfactory that Jim is marrying "'""<-'. Ihe daughter of the owner of the 22 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 1 2 house. 19 11 In- his amateur boxing days, Middleweight Champion Tony Zale . once substituted i'or Joe Louis. K| Rocky Graziano whacks him a' Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No fi. r >44 In the Chancery Court ^ —..- .. - _ A ,,u ,, ljn ^ A)1 iiitr V^IIUHUCI y ^L couple of times Thursday night, I O r Hempstead County, Ark. Tony may want Joe to return the i j o hn W. House Plainti favor. laintiff Lookouts Take VS. Doug flTY Carl Bacon V*| I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 Wanted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions —• 16 to 70 Feet Cosh Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK. Australia was named del EspirHu Santo" in Austrialia honor of Austrian-born Philip III of Spain, and in translation the name was misspelled Australia. SEE FRED SUTTON for Concrete Work of All Kinds Phone 113-J Hope, Ark By The Associated Press Righthander Bill Ayers racked up his fifth shutout and 17lh victory of the year last night as Atlanta beat Birmingham, 7-0, but the Chattanooga Lookouts stole ihe Southern Association spotlight with a twin victory at Nashville, 3-0 aiid 8-7. The Lookouts thus took over second place, eight and one-half games behind Atlanta. The Memphis Chicks fell from the second slot by losing to Little Rock, 3-2. New Orleans beat Mobile, G-2. Ayers held the Barons to i'ive hits, silencing all the bats except those of Tom Neil!, Iho league's leading hitter, and Bill Sinton. Neill had three hits and Sinton ihe other two. Ayers also led a 14-hit attack on Ray Salterfield with three blows. The Pelicans made it three' in a row over Mobile as Jesse^Danna, notching his llth victory ;\ pitched eight-hit ball. Paul MinnerVfteld the winners in check ur.til thfe sixth when they scored five times to take a 5-2 lead. rj Chattanooga scored sinf*!o runs in the first, second and third innings to win the first lilt behind Hie four-hit hurling of Rob Callan. In the nightcap, the Vols outhil me Lookouts, in to nine, but i'ell one-run short in the last of the ninth when they tallied three ! times. Hillis Layne, Lookout third i baseman, speared a line driv^ from line bat of Joe Stringfellow with 'the bases loaded and turned it into a double play to end Ihe game. Today's schedule: Atlanta at Birmingham Mobile at New Orleans Memphis at Little Rock Chattanooga at Nashville. The supreme devotion of a citizen of ancient Greece was to his city, .and not to Greece as a whole. The laws he obeyed were those of liis city, and the cily alone was entitled lo ask him to j.;ivi> his life for it. Joan House Defendant The Defendant, Joan House is warned to appear in this courl within thirty days and. answer the I complaint of the Plaintiff, John W i House. I Witness my hand and the seal 01 I said court this 1 day of July 1946." I C. E. WEAVER, Clerk (W. S. Atkins, Att'y. for Plaintiff I Lyle Brown, Att'y. Ad Litem | (SEAL) | July 2, 9. 10, 23 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 BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. RIDING HORSES Buggy Rides — Hay Rides Enjoy this Healthful Suort HOURS: 2 p.m. until night tDaily except Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PERRY MOSES ZVt miles out on Spring Hill road NOTICE Tilt-Roy Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkanai 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 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop e Complete Painr Shop NOW OPEN Enjoy Swimming at the Pines Swimming Pool ELECTRICAL Contracting ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Rettig Electric Co. 220 E. 3rd Phone 613 Appliance Sales & Service Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following at candidates subject to th« action of the Democratic primary elections this Sum. iner: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES H. PILKINTON J. W. (BILL) PATTO.M 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 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 and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 " Hope,' Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 316 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. Ho*el For ELECTRIC Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark. 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 6. HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76

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