Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 25, 1946 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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By Chick Young 5.! !->K>tv hei fatnei wau si ill me, so i pretended not U"> notice g^ftrvi T2ST«M li^il .ii$W f IPEWAMD TO_S^EE TII6 HGA.P OF- THI l'P BE OUT o TH\r;uft-':- |M \ TWO WMUTEii IP- i CC'LiLO ?vE ]. INSTITUTION W ONCE? PO VOU HE T ( PO THE lelF.PHONE! SO/AEBOPY'S OOIN3 TO SUFF£R FOR THIS SE! fAV PATIENCE 5 EXHAUSTED* Side Glances By Galbraith ; c'CAMMG- OUT OP THE :-'Cu, | USE TUS KNIVES i! s»»THEY'RE GONNA K4A\ US/ . EUACK CYN CAN USE AN ALLY ...EVEN A BLJZNSP ONE .' ACKOCODILEi] ..AND HECE'S WEM4 OLE BEAR! KM, I'LL MAKE SOME RICTUSES... BUT 3CXCE SILL*! ma®b&&$%^(\ WELL.... J^i^fpjj? X SAV /\uA.Ni - _ "I've decided not to marry George, I heard tha 'ic's very slow with his alimony pay/wilts." CCPR. 1946 EY MEA S6RVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. ,'Too bud we don't live near where they're building those yiew_rtice trades, dear—1 nvifilit be able to rent one of the ^'*' " FrecSdes and His Friends By Blosser ?y.mnv Business By Hershberger c / I I LETS DEI WHERE \ WE'LL TELL YOLI WHEN we GET . DRIVE WONDER \ BV AND WHERE THOSE HAVE A LIGHTS ARE LOOK, THERE, MR9, KAME ' BLACKSMITH rv BUT I WOULDN'T / RIGHT YOU A3-.-- KNOW WHERE TO I THERE'S Th= l'?.-3T LOOK.-- THAT'S A V. ONE IM Ti-iE How far can I 5^0 on $10,000? Thai's whal I'm short al Thimble Theater LET'S SEE >CU TO FLY, MISS OVL. THEY ( SPRAINED IN THE STORM.'/ HM,' I FE~< RHYTHM IS YOU AVY NEVE* FLY AGAIN/.' «>?^ ou, i VORSOT I TORN) VCV4 TKt TWO 0'C\_OCV<. "FEEDINS >. 3RD W fiLL 1 VA-. MUST DO TWS. MORSE. e > — WRIST HURTS.'/ -WAWTA NO/i DOIJ'T - I'VEfVOTTA GLT ll-JTO YOU House With Major Hoople Out Our Way GUF Boarding By J. R. Williams , GIVE /WUZ \ : Uls'/ CHECKERS/ CHECKERS/- I CEE.MI5TER/ I'VE: BEEM TR/IMG FOR HALF AW HOUR, BUT I CXIW'T GUE3S YOUR PASSWORD/ MO--OF HIMSELF.' \ ' \ AH, HOW ^ , NICE/ N HELPiN 1 MA IM TH HE'S VERY \ GARDEM \~, LIKE COWSIDEKATE ) HANJDIM' TOOLS TO A PLUMBER WHO FINDS TH' OME HE WANTS I-S AT MOW YOU GO IM AW' REST--I'LL PLASJT 'EM, ALL FOR VOU I'LL DO THE HULL JO& MY ANV yOU PELLER9 SEEN V RACCOOM? WHEN I ALLED ROLL AT BED- WHOLE TRlBB fjf& ALL PRESENT POSSUM, WIUDCKT, BUT VMA8 OUT SOMEWHERE gW AROUNPALL NilGrtT/ EGAD/WHAT BRftNCH OF C GENUS UtMO \ l<=> THtS, CAKsTER.(M&Y? ROSCOS ? HH.'RECKON I 8ETT5R UP ' G&MT; ANOTHER i?oscoe I FOR. HlSSELF/ &OSH.KJO MISTER.' WE DlDM'T EVEN GEE A. GIRAFFE . ' ••\IT:3T, LET'S 'r=-W HO'. i --MXED UP \ TAIK .•gSBise^ / f. •Si_^- - - f J c? TIHAT IrATHS SETTLE, APTER ALL o l'.July CLASSIFIED HOPE STAft, HOPE, ARKANSAS All w« n » Arf r' ? C , In °" lce Dny Before Publication AH Want Ad* Cash In Advance . Not Taken Over the Phon* *'tt^x& tt sk:-£z£ttx:& »*~ lor Contln «°us Insertions Only MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" ""' For Sale For Sale or Trade ,.....„ ,, ----- -• -VE DON'T 3 ROOM HOUSE, 2V, ACRFS for vr 1 CI1 V WC ; Wi " ortlcl> lholl 'l h '""' cit y wakV J. L Lamb 1 f«n you. l, coders Supply Co. mile out on old 07 highway 'o, 17-lm Fulton road. '>•< •>, . . CORN. CORN" CHOPS, WHEAT leii scratch, plenty growing nnd laying mash. Feeders Supply Co B °. Y S' BICYCLE, EXTRA HEAVY T.V ty ' B 'i y r 5 l ' tli «' ''''"scoll. Ark. _J'hoiie 81!i-F-21. ifl.ut FISH UAJT FOR SALK~ON~DOUO- Jas s fin-m. 2'/j miles north of _Hopo on SPG highwiiy. H)-(!t nRGISTERED~PIGS, TOP BR15D • M['?l'ty. J. A. Coffee, Poland China Farm or Button Livestock ommission. ig.o{ i n-t FORD TON 'AND HALF truck. Motor overhauled. 10 000 miles. ln.A-1 condition. Can be seen at Frank Walters Garage. _H«.vnioiid Roys. 22-GI . MODEL II. William F.. Reardon, c/o O Lloyd, 111. '.}. Hope. 23-fit inaa PONTIAC COUPE SEE AT _ Uundy & Sons, Urd & Laurel. 2:1-31. TUIXm SE- 25-It 1!W OLDSMOBILE dan, Phone 242. RUBDER TI RED 1 .Bryant, 2'/i miles on Spring Hill road, next door to Melrose churcli. 25-31 QUICKLY GROWN~A~T~RHOD~ 1C Island friers at Sutlon, Rt 2 Mrs. .1. W. RucUett. 25-31 24-31 Real Estate for Sale Wti HAVE THREE NICE llOMES and two farms for sale that are worth investigating. See Floyd Porlorfield. 20-Ot TWO LOTS, !>0 BY ISO EACH. ON corner, house under construction One block from F-iiir Park on West 7lh. Apply 705 West Ave B - 23-31 Wonted TO RENT OR BUY. GOOD USED typewriter. Phone H3-F-1. 2, r i-:il y Renovating FOR THE BEST W GUARAN- tecd work cull Cobb's Matttress Co. at 712 W. 4th. We call for .and deliver. Phone 229-.I. 21-lm For Rent THREE ROOMS FURNISHED lor light housekeeping, Near Schooley's store. Phone 38-F-ll Mi's. J. E. Schooley. 17-tr BEDROOM ADJOINING BATH Gentleman only. Phone . r )58-J after G p.m. 111G South Main St. , 23-31 TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS. 1103 Foster Avenue. Phone G. r )9-J or 230. 25-31 Lost BROWN TORTISHELL PERSIAN female c.-at, has been spado. Green eyes and answers to name "Missy. 1 If found notif" Mr. Fox at Fox Tire Co. for $10 reward and pair of nylon hose. 22-Gt Notice •WILL TRADE HOUSE RENT FOR i carpenter work and painting. A M - Rp'l'g. Prescott, Ark. Phone oli)-r|-21, 10-fil FOSTER-ELLIS FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON EAST Fifteenth street, hardwood floors lot 50 x 150, excellent condition, less than year old. EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE ON SOUTH Elm, close in, attic ventilation Must sell this week. NEW FIVE-ROOM HOUSE JUST 'completed.'hardwood floors, modern throughout,, corner lot. . FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FOSTER Avenue, newly papered, redecorated interior. | FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON FULTOI* street. Price greatly reduced fo quick sale. SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE ON EAS 1 Division street, newly paperec landscaped. TWO FIVE-ROOM HOUSES Or West Fourth street, four block from business area, on pavt ment. DUPLEX APARTMENT ON PAV ed street three blocks fron business area, G-room and 4-roon apartments. Two baths. Smal down payment, easy terms. MODERN FIVE-ROOM HOUSP and three and half acres o Hope-Washington highway thre miles from town. Garage, watei lights, gas, other improvements TWO RESIDENTIAL LOTS South Main, others in variou parts of town. MORE THAN 00,000 ACRES OF good farm land located in Hemp stead and Nevada counties Lo Mr. Charley Baker show yoi these listings. Acreage range from small farms to plantations FOSTER-ELLIS PHONE 22 23-3 93 ACRE FARM, 2Vi MlLES~FRo1v City limits, one dwelling, on tenant house, two large barns all fenced and cross fenced, elec tricity. A bargain. See Floyd For lerfield. 85 ACRES, ONE DWELLING, ONE tenant house, 25 acres Creek bot torn, balance good up land, on mile from City limits. ' A rea bargain. Floyd Porterfield. NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE, FURN ished, 414 N. Hervey. Can give possession. See Floyd Porterfield 24-6 Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1948 By King Features Syndicate. New York, July 2-1 — Just a Mussolini and Hitler snarled at their own image in their delosta- Hon of Communists and Josef Stalin, so today in our own country we: find many bewildered or deliberately dishonest propagandists bewailing the election of Gene Talmadge as; governor of Georgia, with the support of the Ku Klux Klan. This actually is a victory for their own principles, us I can easily demonstrate. Let us take the mallei- of racial Cobb-Tooley Hands Camden 5-0 Defeat Behind 'the Ihroe-hit hurling of WuU Fergus.on the Cobb-Tooley Kadio team avenged an earlier rieleut at Camden last night 5-0. Jlie Camden Palmer Grocery team downed the Hope boys 1-0 here two weeks ago. Last night it was Hope's game all the way, scoring "i runs in the first nnd 3 in the seventh off of 5 hits. Ferguson gave 3 hits, two of them flukes with (he batters dodging from the ball which hit their bat for scratch blows. Camden wns able to get only two balls out of the infield. Palmer's came closest to scoring in the fifth inning with the bases loaded and no outs. With the chips down Ferguson retired the next three baiters in order. Again in .. Ine sixth Ferguson retired the side be kepi out of work because he I W] tn l wo men on. refuses to join H union? 'Let us say I The loals were playing with- hat the Negro goes nungry and out the services of their slar relives in squalor and is put upon ceiver, Russell, who is nursing a nnd shunned. But this other per-1 broken finger. " '""" " " Tonight al Fair Park Wylie will play Lion Oil at 7:30 and Cobb- rooley takes on Rephans al 9 discrimination which decried most of all because it denies to Negroes opportunities for employment- nnd advancement. Is it any more painful or unjust to a Negro that he be blacklisted because lie than to a white man to This Curious World By William Ferguson STARK NURSERY AGENCY~NOW located at 400 South Elm St Phone 487. Place your orders now lor fall shipment. Stock is limited. Fruit trees, {-rapes and slmibery. H. D. Coffman. 23-61 Wanred to Buy V GOOD MODEL A FORD. SEE Clifford Russell or call 700. 23-Gt GIRLS' 24 INCH ' be reasonable. Phone 741-W 24-Bt MY EQUITY FOR SALE. 5 ROOM house and bath, SO by 150 lot Located 31G East 15th St. F J Hartsfield, Phone 335-W. 24-3 Wonted to Rent To skin and exhaust the land will result in undermining ilie days of our children, Found WHITE BULL YEARLING ABOUT 5 months old. Taken up about 2 weeks ago. Owner may have same by payim; for ad and care Leroy Hatfielcl, 4 miles out on Columbus road. 23-31 Hdp Wanted Fights Last Night By The Associated Press ivew Voru (Croke Park)—Frankie Gromada, 139, New York out- pointed Mike Conners, 141 N York, «. Newark, N. J. — Coolidge Miller, 1G3 3-4, New York, T. K O D-'inv Rosati, '57 3-4 Newark 7' Providence, R. I.—Willie Joyce' 142, (Jaiy, Jncl., outpointed Maxic Starr, 143, Baltimore, 10. PIANO SALESMAN, APPLY IN person at Crabbo Bros. Piano Co 108 South Elm. 24-Gt i ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply 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 Texorkana, 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. Metal work extra. 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. gyron Hefner Phone 442 son, whom we may call George Spelvin .American, ul.so goes hungry, lives in mean quarters, is persecuted by organized action, attacked by mugs and marked as an oulcasl. I.can cite many cases of young girls whose neighbors received circulars stuffed in their letler boxes viciously abusing these girls as enemies of their fellow-workers, inciting tne neighbors io .insult, ostracize and hate them merely because Ihey .have declined . lo ioin.. In some instances, individuals'who; have .joined under pressure have' been thrown out ol wont anyway;: by union bosses who invoke a rule of union seniority to make -the em- 1 ployer fire the joiner and hire some one else fi'om the union hall," perhaps the agent's brother or his wile. When have you heard Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, for example, express a single word of human sympathy i-.n- citizens with • the courage of their convictions, who are the best type of citizen, in their suffering under such persecution? I have read her and others of her political wing very atlenlively for many years and I have concluded that Ihey endorse persecution of human beings for certain attitudes. It is not persecution of itself thai they oppose bul only persecution -"or certain causes, affecting their friends and political followers. It is reported "from Atlanta ihat Talmadge intends lo appoint an official of the Ku Klux Klan io command Ihe State Bureau of Investi- galion. Presumably that means that this bureau will iiarrass Talmadge's opponents and cover up offenses by his adherents. Thai would bo bad. But the late President Roosevelt appointed two Communists to high positions in the Labor Relations Board and they in turn manned the organization, with .few exceptions, with other Communists and leilow-travelor.s who w»re swo'-n to Ihe proposition thai the employer always was a guillv rascal T,IL-V were devoted to the cause of the said and as a o'clock. The Standings Southern Association Club Atlanta Memphis Chatla'noga Nashville N: Orleani; :....:. Mobile Birm'gham L. Rock American League Club Boston New York .Detroit Wash'gton Cleveland St. Louis Chicago PhilaVphia National League Club Brooklyn St. Louis Chicago , Cincinnati Boston New York Phila'phia .. Pittsburgh o— W. L. Pel. . 04 89 621 •57 48 543 54 40 52 48 .'53' 50 40 54 42 59 . 38 02 ' .540 .520 .515 .400 .410 .380 W. L. Pel. GO 26 .717 54 37 .593 38 43 47 51 54 02 AAIL.HJOM SQUARE AMLES OF THE EARTH'S SURFACE "A CIRCULAR LETTER IS RECTANGULAR, ". ivo j. FLORY, To.'sa'o, O/.iO. - NOW <S-ROWIN<J- AT KEW e.ARDENS, IN LONDON, SERMIMATED FRCVA A SEEP' COLLECTED .\\ORE THAh' 200 CARN8VAL By Dick Turner 50 45 43 39 35 26 .568 .511 .478 .433 .393 .295 W. 54 53 . 47 . 42 ,. 42 . 38 . 30 34 L. 34 35 30 43 47 49 47 52 Pet. .614 .002 .547 .494 .472 .437 .434 .395 <M.O., ns A. F. of L. often committee of. tne- House ui Representatives formally reported to Congress. The Labor Relations Board was constituted ostensibly to administer the Wagner act, -lot to organize unions or inflict injustice on citizens who had exercised their' right lo criticize the act or express an opinion of this or Ihat union. I he board created an enormous po- Jilical organization which wrung n- nancuil tribute from millions of citizens for Roosevell's campaigns as long as he lived, always with the threat that refusal to pay this political tax meant automatic expulsion from the union, dismissal From the job and Ihe same poverty that is .=n an-'rily resented on bo- halt of the Negro. Mr Roosevelt also appointed a menibcr of ihe Ku Klux Klan lo the buprome court and then THE WINNER A RINGER Peaceclale, R.I., July 25 — (/P)— There was some grow'ling and a few catcalls -at the blue ribbon winner ,-jf the neighborhood guild's pel show. Passing scrubbed pups and trimmed kittens, judges gave the "most casual pet" award to a 14- month-old boy, Billy Bouchard. Billy was the entry of ills cousin, Betty Gadrow. pointed Frank Murphy, because, as governor of Michigan, he had shown lhal he could be relied on lo warp the law, or refuse lo enforce it, in favor of Roosevelt's political auxiliary, the C.'I.O. We all know whal the Ku Klux Klan is, bul men of -hones mind and objective judgment will iiole that th eunion movement has imitated the Klan in its most :irighl- ening characteristics. Did the Klan hold secret meetings and invade oolitics io elect and appoint to Influential office men who would carry out its policies? Didn't the C.I;O.? Is the Klan oath-bound and docs it hold secrets? Most unions require an oalh, , 194<i BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. l-lfec. U. S Pogo Seven Never mind the shoplifters, Cassidy! Just track anybody who buys one of those si^ns!" tf EKGJB i PsHtrte*, Jt. By CARL LUNDQUIST New York, July 20 —fUP)—What long range hopes the National league may hold for breaking clown the domination of the American League appeared 10 rest prin- C 'r p ;L ly r> wiU ! , th<3 bri « nt ^""6 men ol the Brooklyn Dodgers today I;.ven though the .Dodgers may fail to win the pennant, the long range building plans of Boss Branch Riokey seem certain to pay oft in the not-loo-dislant 'mure. No olher ma.jor league team in either the American or National circuits is embarked on a more ambitious farm urogram than the Dodgers and evidence of lact that they are battling for the lact that the yare battling for he pennant with a substantial percentage of bonafide rookies in their lineup. A game lefty rookie Joe Halten of Bancroft, Iowa, pitched the Dodgers back into sole possession of first place last night with a. six-hit. i 1o 1 victory over 'the Cubs at Brooklyn, who previously had Beaten him two times. Along with -fatten there were Jour other rookies in the lineup, three of whom came up so fast that they weren't even on the Dodger roster at the start of the season. The others were Center Fielder Dick Whitman, First Baseman Ed Stevens who drove in the first Dodger run with a double; Third Baseman Bob Rama/otli, whose walk :Corced in vhe winning tally; and Catcher Bruce Edwards, up •ecently from Mobile, Ala., the 'arm club in the Southern Associa- ion. Each got a hit off Cub Pitch- e.r Hank Wyse. Batten finally saw an end to his bad luck against the Cubs. The last time out against them he lost a 1 lo 0 battle when a pair of the five hits he yielded were bunched to beat him in the ninth. Before that his rival Pitcher Claude Pas- seau, smashed-a tw,o run homer in the ninth to win, 2 -to 0. By contrast, t h e Cardinals, dropping out of a tie for the lead, had no actual :tirst year men jrv their line-up when they lost a 3 to 1 decision to the Giants at New York I on Johnny Mize's two-run homer | in the ninth. Lefty Dave Koslo pitched the Giants to a five-hit victory for his llth success, shading (Johnny Beazley, who had matched I him in tight duel until the ninth. Lyn Rowo of the Phils ran his .[string of scoreless innings to 20 , when he topped the Pirates, 3 to 0 at Philadelphia on the margin of (Jim Tabor's two run homer. It • was Rowe's second straight shut- j out and his 10th victory. Another Veteran, Bucky Wr.lters, pitcned nis sixth straight victory for the Reds, beating the Braves at Boston, 2 to 1 on :iine hits. He had trouble only with league lead- j ing Johnny Hopp who made a I double and two singles -co boost his average to .383. ; • The Red Sox evened their scries at Chicago with the White Sox, winning 4 to 1 behind Tex' Hush.=•011, wno gained his llth victory. Boston made 14 hits , Johnny Pesky and Rudy York getting three each. Bobby Feller won his 18th game and his seventh shutout at Cleveland, holding the Athletics to three hits as he shaded luckless Bob • Savage in -a 1 to 0 duel. Hank Edwards got the only run on a homer I-oiler struck out nine batters to run his total to 220 Now York, July 25— I/PI—Fitting little words together. . . After a Iwo-day conference, athlelic lead- around the stale only to find lhal rivals kicked a "ew boards loose placing the welfare of the union ers of 20 college groups i'ound thai j and made off with football players, above the constitution an dwe'lfare all they could do to curb "com-' can grin about what happened to ap- Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. fully which again' worded s a i d, it." Doug /"^|TV r Carl Bacon >•< ill Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 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 of the United Stales and provide expulsion and poverty as tne penalty for betrayal ,of union secrels? Isn'l lhal rule by fear? Does Ihe Klan organize boycotts against Negroes, Calholics and Jews'? If so, lhal is common practice among unions, wilh the blessing of the Supreme Court and the conspicuous active cooperation of Mrs. Roosevelt herself. The only difference is a mailer of trivial detail. The Klan boycotls for racial and religious reasons. Union taoy- eolts are imposed for other purposes, many of them just as bad, one being the shakedown, or ex- lorlion. The Klan is a private organization, preaching hatred. All unions are private organiza- lions and the citizen who has never read their literature has missed some oi the most vicious lessons in bigotry and hatred ever sol down on paper. This latter charge may be supported also against most of Ihe Negro press which is ominously fanatic in its hateful, anti-while editorial policy. The Klan is within its legal right in supporting any candidate or issue. It has the same legal right to arouse haired lhal was freely exercised by the C.I.O. in which tried hundreds of bloody riols :'rom New York to San Diego, often amounting to anarchy. It is no morn illegal or wrong morally to boycott or hate a human being because he is a Negro, a Catholic or a Jew than il is lo boycott or hate /or political reasons or for differences of opinion because Ihe victim belongs to a certain "class." In the entire career of the second Ku Klux Klan, beginning after the first war and ending about 1927, nol more than half a dozen killings were reasonably charged lo this movement, by comparison wilh Ihe shocking record of casualties occasioned by the union riots of the thirties under Roosevelt. The damage to property was relatively negligible. But an important difference is that the Klan was instantly suspected and constantly opposed by many b r ;iv e men, particularly Southern editors, until il collapsed. II did threaten, for a time, lo become a great popular movement and discredit Jaw and government but il never quite made the grade. The union movement, on the other hand, has had the support of the national government in a similar outrageous career and has been legalized and ils force- has far exceeded that of the Klan al its height Any persoi who has been complacent lowai-i all this has for- leited his rig).', to denounce the Klan and its reiition to Talmadge. He likes that ki.id of thing. He cannot come Into court with clean hands. I happen \o be one who can. mercialism" was lo adopl ;>. care- recommendation in effect: "We're Any action Georgia. This year South Carolina U. can Meld an entire u'oolhall icam of Georgians. have lo be taken by the NCAA, which has no real power. . . The same day Michigan's Fritz Cris- .._ __ __ _., lor predicted ;i 350,000 attendance I hope lo send a ?our-caddie team \o Dots All, Brothers Promoters of the National Caddie Tournament at Columbus, for the Wolverines' seven home games and strictly - amateur Princeton a d a p t e d an athletic budget calling for 259,1G9 expenditures and an approximate deficit of $24,000. . . Bill Cross, Oklahoma business manager, looks ior 32,000 capacity crowds at al) :"our games lext fall and other colleges expect now record gules. . . One Europe, in 19-17, probably to meet the one who toted Frank Stranahan's clubs in the British amateur. . . . \'ale is looking for a red hot football 1eam this year and if Howie Odoll can come up with n i> -'-iKHway Da n i\ he figures io beat anyone. . . Ray (No Nonsense) i-iumont, the semi - pro baseball boss, is going to ask Commission- FOR—Dependable >and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Small • ANDERSON BROS. • thing I h e conference officials • or Happy Chandler to arrive at didn't explain in their public re-j his tournament by helicopter. The marks was how to get sellout i pros would rather have ihe corn- crowds without strong icams and | mifs'r-ic how to get strong teams without ground, beating the bushes. . . 'Most colleges can't afford those deficits. Mike Jacobs has some sort of reccdonl for the three championship lights he has scheduled for September. In the same monlli in 193!) he staged Galento-Nova in Philadelphia, Louis-Pastor in Do- tioil -and ' Conn-Belt ina keep both icet on ihe i .ASiaK -o Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press Johnny Mize, Giants— Homered wilh ane on in the last half of the ninth to beat the Cardinals 3-1. Joe Hatten, Dodgers — Bcsleci PHIS" 1 .Chicago's Hank Wyse in a witch-i 11 lac • « •_ - f - t ,j, i , i -p, i •., , ••—•»• *.»* m *--n 1111 t_i \_ e t n i«i ju j j i i3i».j;> . -• ^ i ,, —-,^ . •_. burgh. . . That's whv they rail it j ' n ?, < uel ,^?, lhc Brooks won 2-1 ' -rail." ..... The U.'o :f Florida. ( »» b * c] ^- ,., » ri ' i ?. n ?..;- R^i?; 10 "build a fence" 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 g.59 Hope, Ark. RIDING HORSES BuRgy Rides — Hay Rides Enjoy this Healthful Sport HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily except Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PERRY MOSES 2¥t miles out on Spring Hill road lorod his seventh shutout and his llJth victory of the season in l-() win over the Athletics. NOTICE Tilt-Roy 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 NOW OPEN Enjoy Swimming at the Swimming Pool REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop ELECTRICAL Contracting ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Rettig Electric Co. 220 E. 3rd Phone 613 Appliance Sales & Service Political Announcements The Star is authorized tt> announce the following ai candidates subject to lh« action of the Democratic primary elections this Suminer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT ~ JAMES H. PILKINT'ON 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 IV H.ULSEY Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector .T1LMAN BEARDEN ' J: W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE H. SUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAI)' 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 2 ; TALBOT FEILD, JR. Nevada, Count/ , 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-Rf COMPLETE LINE OF -OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 • Hope, Ark. . COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD 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 T52 411 S. Ha*el 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 t Plenty of Parking Space Cleaners HALL'S Hatters HUGH p, HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76

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