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tit Paqe four Blondie HOP*, ARKANSAS Bv Chick Young Somebody who knew all 1 needed to Know was watching me. ,,. .- ..*- ^' /'-^ ''/ '${ * P ' (ON TH£V GAVE ME ; GPANC COULEE A.Nb ASH FOR MARClA. MAYBE SHE CAN TELL E SOME OF -THE THINGS I WANT TO HNOW. j- ' J K'l ' CANT GET 8ACK SLEEP 'S GOIHG IM'IO ROAD5IDC- GROCERY. I'll. HANG BACK till lit PARANOIAC, ME. \ THIS IS USlMLW"cO,\SBINED OTHERWISE, HE W\f\Y BE SHREWD, EVEN\ NINE OUT OF rjen i rMiv ,«/-\ i ^\.-,*.». ,^ifc-n\ Mirocr vu I ur , WOW, IS KMMNWEP VNITH ft PERSECUTION COMPLEX - BRILllf\NT...SO LOGICM. IN HIS BY THE DELUSION THM- SINCE OTHERS TEN CftSC-S ftRE ~-._ ~ • — —. ,w- . ->w i i iwu .?uivMY\vii \ nu POisc, OLE WfcC HAS GOT!/PMIENTJWE'IL MhKE BORROWED PERSONW.ITV 'V NMURE OF THEIR DELUSION-f\NP|V\UST ' CONFINED Side Glances By Galbraith MODEST MAIDENS To.ltmirk RfBiilrred U. S. PaKnt Otter MiR.I5H 6LMCES W THE CLOCK...20 MINUTES TILL 10 (VfA.-WHEN WINDY IS DUE TO CALL \ ROW BURNTPORK! MAKE FOR TME SHIP/v.. SHE'S BREAKING UP FA&T AMP WE'VE T-IE TUMULT ANP THE SHOOTISJG- EASE...ANP IT'S TIME FOR TO RESCUE S/V1/77//... WE HAVE SLACK O'A/ TO HEAP PC-is .. THE CREW BUT OUR JOB'S NOT PONE TILL WE NAB THS IN THIS BOX I GOT A THAT'S GUA.RA.NTEED $Z,000 WITH IT LAST WEEK BUT I'VE GOT ' .. "I'd like to insitre^my handsome boy friend against theft." r,, is rri S |lir "Hy handsome, but I find him v oeiinitcly (lull, csj)ccially_since he's become Freckles and His Friends By Blosser ?<tnnv Business By Hershberger ]^ BL ^™<%* ^MV WAS PUM^G TO PUT !^-~^w^.^.^. 1 I'M..TJP TRAFFIC muLo BE JS^Vx-§.? i. A ?1ED THEM l^-&agr^ a ssfevgjffisg s^j *~' liiipf ;!.;!|!lili .-i.l:i ®*m\ TH AT LL G IVE- MOTORISTS A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO SEE MRS. KAME'S NEW DOUSHNUT LAVOUT/ .o^^w^^F^Ss^ • "Slic's too hoarse to cackle so I pui up u hell for her lo \riny when she Jays nn egg!"' Thimble Theater HERE'S -THAT BOBBING BOTTLE AGAIN A BOTTLE BOBBING AND DUCKING VOU.TOO 1 VOtLV. ^ tO , VJt ^ A. PATEFUL BOTTLE NEAR A FATE FUL SHOCE, ITS CONTENTS ARE THE FUTURE.'/— WE HOPE STOPPER PDES NOT COME OUT.',' CZ3 ^-£££2, J Out Our Way ByJ. R.Williqms Our Boarding House With Major Hoopie ! I HOPE IT WON'T / BE CTOOD NIGHT THAWK5 fOR RAI5IN(J \ ( FER YOU - / C OME } IW- AW WELCOME TO TH' KINGDOM GOSH, THIS IS T OF THE ROAD/ WE'LL HAFfA GO THROUGH WOODS NO-MO-MO.' • , VOL) DO THAT ; i WITH VOUR FEET "•~ IM SHOEiS BUT THIS IS r<" DlFFEUMT. GET INJ DO VOO HAVE TO TELL THE WORLD HER. PRIVA'I E AFFAIR-S? ^ALL voe [ ''I MEED FOft A RESTFUL V VACATTlOM -IBP, MAJOR, ALL TMe i INl . WOODi ) SPEAK. ^W LANGUAGE/ Wf-ACT GUPi" MEANS-?. ? THAT'S HELLO IM WOLF TALk/ DM/ X 5AV, AIR. y I HOW DlTHERlWGHAM, //ABOOT HOv-J DOES OWE )\ PlG i e\D YOUR. y/LATiM; I FUKRV - J -:/ ARE THE v -, ,-. ^ ;; 6RIZZLIES );/ •SET OF \, KEP To { •'/TELEPHOME PHRASE, \V SPIKES.' THE GATE/ AWD WORRY ABOUT ME BEIWJ A GGOO KWIGHT FOR KIWC CORWV/ Through Chi5 forest have passed Wsorru of- the bravest men in the world / EVEN IF HE DOE5 CA1CH ,^E, J 1 DOM'T TtHi.SK HE'LL LlK-E J /•V>-^, "•-- • •-. '•-' ••-'-IS' Ji '. 'H\-YAVA BABE"-" CLASSIFIED HOPE ST Aft, HOPE, ARKANSAS . A., ui J Be In °" lce • All Want Ad. Ca.h In Advance 52* SOe Before Publication • Not Taken Ov.r the Phon. •> month . lit wor4, minimum $1.70 Rntes arc for Continuous Insertions Only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" Education Pays For Sale BABY CHICKS, IF WK DON'T have them we will order them for you. Feeders Supply Co 17-lm , CORN CHOPS, WHEAT" hen scratch, plenty growing and laying mash. Feeders Supply Co i7-lm 1!M1 FORD TON AND HALF tnick. Motor overhauled. 10,000 miles. In A-l condition. Can be seen at Frank Wallers Garafio Raymond Ross. 22-Gt • IO '1N "^KHE TRACTOI?, MODEL If. William E. Reardon, c/n O Lloyd, Rt. 3. Hope. 23-01 RUBBER TIRED LOG WAGON, W H. Brynnt, 2'/j miles on Spring Hill road, next door lo Melrosc church. 25-31 QUICKLY GROWN ]i'AT RHODE ancl friers at Sutton, Pa. 2 Mrs. ,1. VV. Rockctt. 25-31 MY FURNITURE— EVERYTHING Jjorch finnilure unJ nil. 305 South Walnut SI. Phone HMO. :.'(i III WHITE HOCK KHYERS. JULIA Hoark ;it old C.C.C. eiimp, Hope, Ilt - !• 27-31 17 MONTH OLD JERSEY BULL 1 mile north of Columbus road and >/i mile cast off Washington «•• 1 road. Hoy Surles. 27-Iit 4ii'< ACRFC OF HARnWOOrT'nM"- her on Dois D' Arc Creek near ispnng h ill. R, VV. Wylie. Emmet Ark. j5 7 . Gt DODE PANEL TRUCK, 19-12 MO- clol. For sale or lradi> on house ;mcl lot or passenger ear See ft owner al •!()« South Ferguson Si. 27-31 Mottresf 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 For Rent THREE ROOMS FURNISHED for light housekeeping, Near Schooley's store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. J. E. Schooley. 17-tf TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS. 1103 Foster Avenue. Phone (i. r >9-J. or 250. U5. APARTMENT FOR RENT. PHONE 122-W. Mrs. George Sandifur. __ MODERN FIVE ROOM FUIiNJsTF- ed house, within th-j citv limits Phone ' 713-W or apply in pel son at 514 North Elm Si. 20-3! TO COUPLE, THREE ROOM FUR- nished ci.ttage. See Mrs. ,1. B. Ellen al Boswoll's store or phnne 2-F-2 after G p.m. 27-31 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 Real Estate for Sale m ACRIC FARM, aTrMulEs^FROM City limits, one dwelling, one tciuint house, two large barns all fenced and cross fenced, electricity. A bargain. See Floyd Porterfield. 85 ACRES, ONE DWELLING, ONE tenant house, 25 acres Creek bottom, balance good up land, one mile from City limits. A real bargain. Floyd Porterfield. NICE SIX ROOM HOUSE, FURN- ishod, 414 N. Hervcy. Can give possession. See Floyd Porterfield • 24-01 NEW FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON large lot. Bargain, cash or terms. Apply 1011 W. 7th. 2G-Gt WE ARE STILL IN THE REAL lislute business. Selling when the prices are within reiison. Laying off when they arc not. Our knowledge of true values is proven by our satisfied customer:; over a long period of lime. C. B. Tyler, liscehsed real estate broker. 11!) Cotton How. 27-,'Jt Wanted to Buy GOOD MODEL ' A FORD. SEE Clifford Russell or call 790. 23-Gt GIRLS' 24 INCH BICYCLE. MUST be reasonable. Phone 741-W 24-61 TRUNK IN GOOD Phone 1040. CONOmON. 26-31 Bob NusshiuimiT, University of Michigan baseball and football star, proves it pays to j;o to college-by receiving $15,001! bonus for signing to play with, the: Philadelphia Phillies. New Evidence Lost BROWN TORTISHELL PERSIAN female cat, 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-Gt SIZE 700: If) TIRE AND TRUCK wheel in Hope. Tire badly worn. Cull 25. M . 3l Notice STARK NURSERY AGENCY NOW located al 400 South Elm St. Phone 487. Place your orders now for fall shipment. Stock is limil- ed. Fruit trees, grapes and shrubory. H. D. Coffman. 23-Gt Help Wanted PIANO SALESMAN, APPLY IN person at Qrabbe Bros. Piano Co 108 South Elm. 24-(it Wanted TO RENT OR BUY, GOOD USED typewriter. Phone 33-F-4. .25-31 Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press . Billy Rigney, Giants — Singled in winning run in ninth as Giants shaded the Reds 3-2. Frank McCormick, Phillies —His single with the bases loaded and two out in the sixth drove in both Pliilly runs in 2-1 win over the Cubs. ]• ril7. Ostermueller, Pirates — Scattered seven safeties in pitching the BUCK to a 5-0 victory over ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination job Elmore Auto Supply Doug flfV Carl Bacon Vet I I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — fpr — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 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 PAINT JOB $55 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 CU5TOMWS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 Members of the War Profits Investigating Committee look over the copyright pictures released by the New York Daily News and distributed exclusively by NEA-Acme. George Meader, committee investigator, said the pictures provide "documentary evidence" of the extent of friendly relations between the Gnrssons and Rep. Andrew May. Left to right are: Sen. James M. Mead, committee chairman; Sen. Homer Ferguson and, standing, Sen. Hugh B. MitcheU- League Leaders By The Associated Press National League Bulling — Hopp, Boslon, .381; Walker, Brooklyn, .M72. ,Runs — Musial, St. L;)uis, 72; Mi'/.e, Nt;w York, (jO. Runs bailee! in — Slaughter, SI Louis, 76; Walker, Brooklyn, 72. Hits — Musial, St. Louis, 131; Walker, Brooklyn, 120. Doubles — Musitil, St. Louis, 28; Holmes, Boston, 21. Triples — Musial, St. Louis, 10; Walker, Brooklyn, 7. Hume runs — Mi/.e, New York, 20: Kiner, Pittsburgh, la. Stolen bases — Keiscr, Brooklyn, 24; Hopp, Boston, and Haas, Cincinnati, 13. Pitching -- Pallet, St. Louis, 124-.750; Higbe, Brooklyn, and Dick, son, St. Louis, S-3-.727. American League Batting — Venion, Washington, 3GO; Williams, Boslon, .355. Runs — Williams, Boston, 95; DOOIT, Boston, 7(1. Huns batted in -- Williams Boston, f)2; Doerr, Boston, 80. Hits — Pesky, Boston, 124: Williams, Boston and Vernan, Washington, 120. Doubles — Vernon, Washington, ^ Spencc, Washington, SO. Triples — Lewis, Wasliinglon, 10; Edwards, Cleveland, :). Home runs — Williams, Boslon, 27; Grecnberg, Detroit, 23. Stolen bases — Case, Cleveland, 19; Slirnwciss. New York, 13. Pitching — Ni.'whouser, Detroit, 19-:i-.i!(i4; Ferriss, Boston, 1U-'1-.;!00. Baseball Scores Yesterday's Results National League New York ,'i; Cincinnati Pittsburgh 5 ; Brooklyn 0. Philadelphia 2: Chicago 1. Only gumos schi'dulect. American League Detroit 4; Philadelphia 3. Boston ,S; St. Louis 5. Now York Ii; Chicago 2. Washington fi; Cleveland Atlanta Ii; Memphis ,'i. Southern Association Birmingham (i-10; Little Rock 2-X A'lanta G; Memphis 3. Chattanooga 9; New Orleans 2 Mobile 0; Nashville 5. 4. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Cnicag.0 --- Bob Foxworth, 75 1-2, East St. Louis, outpointed JacK Hill, ICG 1-4. Bloomington, 111., a. Brooklyn (Coney Island)— Sieve Belloise, 159, New York, knocked the Dodgers. Virgil Trucks, Tigers —Won his own game when he doubled in bat- lerymale Paul Richards with run that gave the Tigers a 4-3 triumph over the Athletics. Rudy York, Red Sox — Drove in 'our runs as the Sox walloped the Browns 8-5. Cecil Travis, Senators — Drove n run in the ninth that gave the Nats a' 5-4 win over the Indians, Hope Easily Defeats Team From Waterloo A loam composed of players from Iho Hope City League wilich will enter the state meet al Liltlo Rock next week handily defeated the Berry Asphalt Co. of Waterloo 21 to 10 at Kair park last night. The locals collected 21 hits while Stanford, hurling for Hope, allowed 8 blows. Hope was never in danger, maintaining a comfortable lead throughout. Tomorrow the Hope Baseball team will play a return game with DeQucen. In the last meeting the two teams bottled to a 1 to 1 tie when the game was called at the end of 15 innings. The game will stnrt ;il 3 p. m. at Fair park. Boxscorc: Waterloo May, p Martin, Ib 5 Wuems, ss 5 Pin-tell, c 5 Simpson, 3b 5 Dickson, cl 3 Herring, If 4 West, "2b 2 Waters, rf 4 Edwards, p 3 AB R H n o n 1 0 1 1 3 2 n 0 1 0 2 36 10 8 Hope R. White, ss 533 13. While, If. 4 1 1 Murphy, Ib 530 J. Bell, cf 5 2 3 Tolleson, 2b 3 2 2 Ross, 3b 5 1 3 Haz&ard, c 5 3 4 Stanford, p .5 4 3 Moore, rf 310 S. Bell, rf 3 1 2 This Curious World By William Ferguson PRODUCES ABOUT 2OO MILLION E66S 43 21 21 Washington By KARL R. BAUMAN Washington — An army major sitting next to me al a luncheon in SI. Croix chuckled. "You know," he said, "the people back in the States think the Viigin Islands are some 'ar-away foreign place. My friends keep writing to me for Virgin Island money." The major, like others who visit the islands .for business or pleasure, simply 'can't fill any requests for native money. The money is the same as used on Main St., U. S. A., the flags the people wave with such apparent pride are ihe same and Ihe language is the same. But some things are different. The people on the average are much poorer. Many more of them are Negroes. Life is more leisurely. On these beautiful Caribbean Islands whites and blacks live in apparent harmony. A visitor — one who stays for only a i'esv days at least — gets the impression there is no racial discrimination, particularly on St. Thomas.' Secretary of the Interior Krug, who went to ihe islands for the recent inauguration of William H. Hastie as the first Negro governor, obviously was impressed. Charlotte Amalie is the seat of government and the principla city on SI .Thomas Island. There many of the festivities were held. The Negro and the white sat side by side, went to the same parties. Both races ale al Ihe same hotels mixing at the tables. On St. Croix, the largest of Ihe three inhabited Virgin Islands (25 miles long, 5 miles wide, "lopula- lion about 15,000), race relations appeared to be somewhat less cordial. Lacking St. Thomas' income from shipping, tourist trade .and government payrolls, St. Croix's poor seemed "poorer, the economic spread broader, the social levels farther apart. Some of the big landowners complained that the Negroes all wanted to live in the two cities, Christiansted and Frederiksted. 'There are unemployment in the '-•iiies unfilled jobs on the estates. St. Croix still has "royal families," as the big landowners have been called since Danish days. Principal aclivities are grazing, the cultivation of sugar cane and production of rum. Too little rain- lall, poorly distributed, handicaps cultivation. The third island, St. Johns, about the size of St. Thomas (14 miles long, 2 miles widei, has a population of only 700. Agriculture and fishing are the chief activities both conducted on ;> primitive basis. Hottest Politico I Race in State Goes Into Stretch Hot Springs, July 26 —(UP) — The hottest political race in the stale goes into its "stretch" run today with ex-servicemen candidates moving into Mayor Leo McLaughlin-s ward for a rally tonight. Curtis Ridgway, prosecuting attorney and candidate far re-elec- Uon, planned lo hold a rally at Mount Ida today, and McLaughlin was scheduled to make Jiis second address of the campaign tonight. tfoth Ihe veterans and the administration announced closing rallies lor Monday night. The G-I candidates will speak al Dean field, and Mayor McLaughlin announced "an iineensored, olH-time political rally, when you can let • v °"!', •• "' tiown and speak your -- • ____ Aldous Huxley was temporarily blinded early in life, and wrote a complete novel completely by touch on the typewriter when he was lo. out Indian Gomez, 1GO Havana 'i Worcester, Mass. — Billy for- dighone, 145, Boston, knocked out lM-nie Knight, 137, Trenton, N. ., By United Press New York — (Long Beach Stadium i — Henry Cooper, 200, New i ork, stooped Oscar Uoode, 179 Newark, N. J.. PiUsfield,. Mass. — Sam Baroudi, Ibl, Akron, O., outpointed Ellis .Stewart, Jtfl, Philadelphia, 10 Hollywood — Baby O-onzales, 130 1-2, Mexico City, drew with Eddie Hudson, 131 1-2, Los Angeles, 10; Edgar Robinson, 15U, Los Angeles, decisjoued Al CallaJuui, 1C1, Chicago, 6. IF YOU BELON6ED TO THE NATIONAL SPELEOLOGICAL •SOCIETY YOU'D BE INTERESTED IN WHAT? FUL6UCITES, AS THEY ARE CALLED BY GEOLOGISTS. THESE CURIOUS, C.LASSY OBJECTS ,-OJND IN DESERT COUNTRY <ARE FORMED BY STRIKING THE 5AND AND F IT INTO COPS. 1946 BY NEA SCBVICE. INC. ' ANSWER: The exnloring and cataloging of cr^es. CARNIVAL Bv Dick Turner COPR. 1946 OY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF "Pnlrolnum O'Dowd hasn't regained consciousness yet— .hi' keeps nuilloring, 'Only one- to a customer. Indies, only one- to a customer I'" I? luk IfcltertM. By SID FEDER Pinch-hitting For Hugh Fullerton, Jr. New York, July 27 — (K 1 )— The talk still goes 'round and 'round that the real reason Sam Bruudon made his late unlamenled trip to Mexico was to try to peddle the Cardinals to the Pasquel brothers. They said no. They did offer, though, to loan Max Lanier to Sam for a month or so, to pitch the Cardinals out in front in the National League. . . Tulsa U. ;olks are peeved about the Buffalo club iii the All-America Football Conference signing up Chubby Grigg, their classy ,'jOO-pound guard, although he still had two more years of college to go. . . Texans are backing Assault in the Classic today with just about everything but the Alamo. . . We'll string with the chocolate champ over Lord Boswell again too. . . ;Tsk, Tsk Movietown tub-thumpers tip you William Bendix, the film Flalbush- er, will work oui with the Dodgers before today's doubleheader with the Pirates. . . Which, for no reason at all, reminds you of the story about the horse who showed up at Ebbels Field o n e afternoon a 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 Buggy Rides — Hay Rides Enjoy this Healthful Sport HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily except Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PERRY MOSES ?% miles out on Spring Hill road couple of years ago, said he could do anything and asked Lippy Dur ocher lor a try-out. He made good, too, clouting a couple out of the park, making the double play at second whiffing Dixxie Walker and Pele Reiser in a short pitching trick. . . Then Durocher told him lo show his sluff running the "Run," the amazed bases. horse whinnied back. "If I could run, I'd be in the third at Bel- monl this afternoon." — o Utility Hearing on Telephone Property Sole Little Rock, July 26, —(/P)— The Arkansas Public Service Commission today set for hearing Aug. 1 the application of Virginia Hirsch and Harriett Oliver to sell their telephone properties at Mountain Home to Ihe Mountain Home Telephone Company and Ihe application of Ih Mountain Home Telephone Comnany for authority \o issue $30,001) in first mortgage bonds. The ancients believed man's strength was located in his hair. NOTICE Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas WE • CLEAN 'EM • REPAIR 'EM • PAINT 'EM • ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM * RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New Custom- Made Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING Bosox Doing Better on Road Trips By CORNELIUS RYAN , New York, July 27 — (UP)—The Boston Red Sox, who would be half a season ahead of the rest of the Amciican League if they could hit on the road as Ihey do at home, appeared to have that trouble solved today, to the dismay of the Yankees and Tigers. Boston's only losing streaks this season have been on the road, and almost every loss was caused by weak hilling rather than pitching lailure. In one three-game losing skein at St. Louis, the Bosox got a total of 13 hits. Unless the sockers haye another and even worse road trip on their present jaunt, the lank chances of catching them arc hopeless, and Boston's 15-hit a to 5 viclory "over St. Louis last night destroyed much of New York's hopes. The Red Sox battered four pitchers with equal ease as Dave Ferriss coasted to his 16lh viclory. John Pesky got Jour hits and Rudy York three, and York batted in four runs. Ted Williams got three walks, making his season, total 103, but was hilless in two other appearances al bat. New York stayed 11 games behind with a 0 to 2 victory over the Chicago White Sox for Floyd Sevens' llth victory. Chicago got an early two-run lead, but three singles and two walks off Ed Lopat in the sixth scored four runs for New York, arid Aaron Robinson's two-run homer in the eighth sewed it up. Detroit, 1 still '.hopeful' of taking second place, stayed in the running with 'a 4 to 3 win over Philadelphia in which Virgil Trucks starred on -the mound 'and at bal. Trucks gave up all three A's runs in the first inning on Buddy Rosar's triple, but Detroit fought back to lie, and then won in ihe sixth on doubles by Paul Richards and Trucks. Washington won from Cleveland, 5 lo 4. on.Cecil Travis' pinch single in Ihe jiinth inning vhic'h scored Mickey Vernon with the winning run. Mickey Haefner allowed 13 hits -and Washington made- three errors, but the Senators' made effective use of their seven nils. Brooklyn's lead in the National League was trimmed to one game over St. Louis when the last-place Pittsburgh Pirates came 'to life to ship the Dodgers, 5 to 0,- on Fritz Ostermueller's seven-hit pitching. The Pirates got all their'runs off Vic Lombard!, ace Dodger lefly. H was sweet revenge for Oster- mueller, who was waived out of the majors by the Dodgers when he was within two weeks of becoming a -10-year man. The Pirates later brought him back. The Phils got their sixth straight complete game'from a pitcher when Frank Hoerst sel the Cubs down with six hits in a 2 to 1 triumph. 'Frank McCormack drove in the runs with a bases-loaded single .in the sixth inning. It was Chicago's fourth .defeat in a row. New York edged Cincinnati, 3 to 2, with a two-run rally in the .ninth inning. Bill Rigney sent the winning run home with a single after Sid Gordon and Babe Young ha.d singled and a run came in on a fielder's choice. John Gee was the winning pitcher and Ewell Blackwell the loser. The Standings Southern Association Club Atlanta .... Chatta'ga Memphis Nashville N. Orleans Mobile :.... Birm'gham L. Rock American League Club Boston New York Detroit Wash'gton Cleveland St. Louis Chicago 36 55 '.390 Phila'phia 28 64 .289 National League Club Brooklyn St. Louis Chicago Cincinnati Boston New York Phila'phia Pittsburgh INVENTIVE FISHERMEN Grand Forks, N. D., uly :>4 —(/Pj — The high cost of i'isiiing rods isn t stopping some fishermen -from going to their favorite lake without proper equipment. They're buying auto radio aerials welding three loops on one end and a handle on the other. It adds up to a perfectly working rod — and the cost is about one-fifth the price of ihe real rod. W. L. Pet. .65 39 .025 - 55 46 .545 57 49 .538 . 53 49 .520 53 51 .510 47 55 .461 . 44 59 .427 38 62 .380 W. L. Pet. 67 27 .713 . 55 37 .598 51 39 .567 47 43 .522 44 48 .478 '.. 39 52 .429 W. L. Pet. . 55 35 .611 . 54 86 .600 .. 47 41 .534 - 43 44 .494 42 48 .467 ... 40 50 .444 ... 38 48 .442 ... 36 53 .404 NOW OPEN Enjoy Swimming at the Pines Swimming Pool Harry Segnpr, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. Flv* Political Announcements The Star Is authorized to announce the following at candidates subject lo th« action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: 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, 9th Disr. EMORY A. THOMPSON DR. F. C. CROW JAMES P. I-IULSEY 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 ONSTEAD McCORKLE , SYVELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED; A." LUCK FRANK RIDER:, Tax Assessor v . C. COOK GARRETT WILLIS PINK W. TAYLOR For Representative ... Post 1 ,GLEN WALKER ARTHUR C. ANDE_RSON For Representative ... Post .2 TALBOT FEILD, JR'. Nevada County For Sheriff and Cblleet6r" 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, ' ..... Hop?, Phone 241 COMPLETE : RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 .2168.'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 fpr and Deliver Anywhere One day service*- in town — Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Ha*el For ELECTRIC SERVICE D.ay pRone 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 .arid Deliver Put them in Moth Proof Bags t Plenty of Parking Space Cleaners HALL'S Hatters HUGHP.HAU,Owner 208 N. Ferguion Phone 76

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