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"TKtfrso'ay, August 1, 1946 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Page Four SS/F/ED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six One&. Day Days Days Month Up.tb.IB 41i .90 1.50 4.50 J.6,to:2Q.., 60 1.20 2.00 6.00 21 to 25 75 1.50 2.50 7.50 26 to 30 90 1.80 3.00 9.00 31 to 35 ...,.1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 36 to 40 . .:.. 1.20 L'.40 4.00 12.00 41 to 45 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 46 to 50 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Oily > * All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone Real Estate for Sale NEW FOUR-ROOM HOUSE ON large lot. Bargain, cash or terms. Apply 1011 W. 7th. 26-6t Fair Enough By Wcstbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. For Sale BABY CHICKS, IF WE DON'T have them we will order them lor you. Feeders Supply Co. 17-lm CORN, CORN CHOPS. WHEAT, hen scratch, plenty growing and laying mash. Feeders Supply Co. 17-lm 400 ACRES OF HARDWOOD TIM- ber on'Bois D' Arc Creek near Spring Hill. R. W. Wylie, Emmet Ark. 27-61 BABY BUGGY LTKE NEW. USED fishing rod and reel. Phone 614-J. 3d-Ot CHEAP 1937 CHEVROLET SEDAN, good rubber, two blocks uonh of Alex Purtle's on Ada Street. C. L. Barnes. 30-61 ONE 6 EYE WOOD RANGE. IN good condition. Sec Eldiecige i'ormby. Palmos, Ark. 3G-b't DELAVA SEPARATOR AND home comfort range. Both in good condition. Mrs. Walter Jones. Hope, Route 1, Box 158. 1 POWER HAY PRESS AND GAS-•• oline engine. 1 mowing machine, 1 good saddle horse, eight years old. Robert LaGrone. 31-3t GAS RANGE, HEATER, 5.5 FOOT Frigidaire, piano, iawnmower, garden tools, electric motor and some electricial supplies. See at 1101 W. 7th St. . l-3t£ TWO 50 BY 145 FOOT LOTS, NO. 25A and 26A fronting east on highway 4 about two blocks off highway 67. House numbers in front of each lot. Will be lots of building done out there soon. See them and phone Albert Boswell at 984, Hope, Ark. 31-61 Lost TWO NO. 4. RATION BOOKS. RE- ward for return to Sarah Kankins, 509 East 7th St. 31-31 Help Wanted PIANO SALESMAN, APPLY IN person at Crabbc Bros. Piano Co. 108 South Elm. IH-Gt AN EXPERIENCED per week. Apply in North Hervey. COOK. $10 person. 506 ' 31-31 Notice LESPEDEZA, JOHNSON GRASS, clover hay. Cut on shares. You take 2/3. I take one third, or you cut it for lOc a bale. Foy Hammons, Telephone 34-J-12. 30-61 FOR PROMPT DELIVERY OF sand and gravel. Sec Hanson Rothwell, Phone 957-J. 609 North Main St. 31-31 PAINTING SIGNS AND OUTDOOR advertising. We paint anything. Cars painted. Porch and lawn furniture. V. Maxwell. Phone 1108-W. 520 West Division. 31-31 For Sale SLIGHTLY USED BOYS BICYCLE with extras Fred Hartsfield, 1008 West Ave. B. 313t Wanted to Rent POWER UNIT, GOOD CONDI. tion. Can be seen at Gib Lewis Motor Co. Phone 850.. l-3t 8,000 FEET OF. NEW 4 IBfCH flooring. Call Moore Bros. Phone 76,'. 1-61 CASE TRACTOR WITH ALL TWO row equipment. See B. E. Green : Rt. 1, Hope. - l-6t USED PLYMOUTH MOTOR FOR sale. S20. Can be seen at Loc's Service Station,' Highway 67. l-3t Lost ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDING ring set in box. Lost Tuesday at Dad's Hamburger Stand. $10 reward for return to Hamburger ; Stand. ' 31-3t Mattress Renovating ; FOK THE BrJST IN GUARAN- teed work, call Cdbb's Matttress Co. at 71Z1WV 4tK. We call for -" and delivei-rP.hone' 229-J. 21-lm FURNISHED HOUSE OR APART- ment, Permanent. Call M. R. Shook at Cook's White Star Laundry. 3u t3t For Rent THREE ROOM AND BATH Apartment. Modern in everywiy. 1002 East Third St. Phone 5<i8-J. Mrs. David Duvis. 20-31 Arkansas App"roved SYSTEMS and APPLIANCES We can guarantee immediate delivery high class- Butane Range with" each system installed by us W,S. Chance Company T-exarkana, Texas ew^Boston Road Phone 231 Crackers B Little Rock 28-7,3-0 By The Associated Press The Atlanta Crackers arc look ing ior a place to hole up and rest- today. The Southern Association leaders ran themselves ragged last night in taking a douoleheader from -cellaritc Little Rock, 3 io 0 in"an abbreviated opener and 28 to 7 in the regulation length after- piece. The Crax got to a quartet of Traveler moundsmen in the second game for 27 hits that produced a wild scoring orgy that included 19 runs in the fifth, sixth and seventy frames alone. Nine consecutive hits with none out gave Atlanta nine runs in the seventh. Ted Cieslap, Atlanta third sack- cr, equaled a Southern Association record set two weeks ago by Lew Flick of the Travelers by slamming out nine straight hits in the twin bill. Earl McGowan won his sixteenth game of the campaign by hurling the three-hit shut-out opener, wnile Shelby Kinney won his .fifteenth game in the slap-happy finale. At Chattanooga, Bert Sheaprd, who lost part of his right leg when he was shot down in a P-38 over Germany, allowed Mobile only iwo scratch hits during the six full innings ho pitched to be credited with the victory in ms debut, Q to 2. The decorated World War II veteran weakened in the seventh and was touched lor two more safeties before being relieved by Jack McKinney. Third-place Memphis lost to the Birmingham Barons in a ticket pitchers' duel, 5 to 4. Byron Cook held the Barons to five hits, the same number the Chicks got off Don Kerr, who weakened in the ninth and was replaced by Ray Salterficld. New Orleans was j-ained out at Nashville. New York, July 31—The disclosure that Murray Garsson at one time had full charge of the investigation of immigration frauds with power to shake down aliens, including moving picture actors from other countries, and blackmail Hollywood producers, directs attention to the opportunity for extortion and discrimination :n the selection of immigrants and visitors now and in the last ten years. During the war .the State Department and the House committee on foreign affairs conspired io keep secret the number of refugees who had been permitted io come here both as quota immigrants and in the false guise of visitors. The practice lately has been to circumvent the law by a clever litltc trick having, in the memorable phrase of the late Franklin U. Roosevelt, the color of legality, but not the character. If this trick was not invented for the special benefit of the wife of Earl Browder, who had been ordered deported to Russia, its application io her problem was the tirst notorious instance. She was allowed to go to Canada and the consular authorities were ordered to approve her request for re-entry as a quota case regardless of ihcir objections. The secrecy gave rise to many rumors as to "hordes" of refugees. A few weeks ago the committee released :"rom its confidential record a statement of Brckcnriclgc Long, a new dealer and em ossist- ant secretary of state, made u> ihe committee on Nov. 1!6, 1943, which .now shows that these rumors, although they were only conjecture, did not exaggerate. Mr. o-.ong said that "in the period from 1938 io J942 a total of over 307,000 visas of all kinds were granted to persons coming from enemy or enemy occupied territory" and that 580,WO refugees were a_ci!-iall.v admitted between the "beginning of the Hitle regime" and the date of his statement. He said the Stale Department was bound "more or less" by the law in granting immigrant visas and explained how those who came on temporary visas could become permanent immigrants under the quotas of the countries ihcy came from, "a number of them have gone to Canada, Mexico and Cuba," he said, "and have applied for re-entry to the United Slates." Mr. Long had the gall to admit that the president's advisory committee on political refugees was frankly partial to "intellectual.;." "That committee," he said, "was Irving to save particular persons who were worthy 'to bo saved in the cause of humanity— intellectuals —• that is . authors, painters, orators, statesmen, political leaders and publishers of newspapers. The committee 1 submitted lists to the State Department and we tried to help everybody that was recommended." There is no mention of communists among these classes of preferred refugees, but the ,point :ieed not be labored that these are ^"av orite occupations of ihe Communists everywhere. And, in considering the absolute and arbitrary powers of the State Department and the Department of Justice to judge the fitness of all applicant's, one must bear in mind tnat some mysterious final authority also has the power to blacklist individuals and keep them out of the United States without any explanation. Axel Wenner-Gren, the Swedish industrialist, capitalist, speculator or promoter, as the case may be, is a conspicuous example. He enjoyed a good reputation i n the United States until ne was blacklisted. Since then he has been smeared as a Fascist and a Nazi by gutter-snipe propagandists of the radio and some newspapers who are regularly used by some Washington bureaucrats to bring respectable persons into disrepute by rumors and inuendo. However, Wenner-Gren has never been charged with anything and thus Ferguson Kurls Locals to 11-0 Victory Mutt Ferguson limited a Lion Oil Co. team of El Dorado to two hits last night at Fair park while his team mates collected 11 blows to run up a 11 to 0 win for the local Lion Oil team. The Hope boys had an fairly easy time, with B. White leading the hitting attack getting 4 for A. A sensational stop by Rcyenga in the fourth stopped Lion's most serious threat to score. Tonight Wylie plays Rephan's in the first game and Cobb-Tooley takes on Moore Market in the second. The boxscorcs El Dorado Osburn. OF Cone. IB Ellis. 2R Sims. C Goudy. SS Myers. LF Zacharv. UF Brink. liB Tinncll, P . . .. SS C R. White, B. White. Revenga. 2B Tolleson. 2B J. Bell, CF Murphy. RF McClenrion. Ross. .MB Stanford LF Ferguson, P IB AB R 11 0 0 0 0 0 (1 0 0 H (1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 11 11 :ven Crucial Series ;;- PIANOS ^— ^ Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like new • Sounds like new • Mew guarantee If you are interested in buying a piano call or write One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO, "TeX.qrkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkona, 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. Metql^vvork 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. Byron Hefner Phone 442 ha.> had no chance to answer charges. He seems to have interests worth many millions in the United States to which he is denied access and the two departments, State and Justice, being manned by human beings, are in no position to dismiss as unthinkable uic possibility that individuals in authority blacklisted Wenncr-Grcn to shake him down or to help American op- poi tunists to pick up nis properties at bargain prices. He whiled away the war in Mexico City and recently there lias been a report of an attempt to frame him in sonic escapade with a worn;"!, ;iot the "moral turpitude' 'should be fastidiously interpreted in his case in view of the fact that Charlie Chaplin, a disgusting old rake with a monstrous record, is not molested, even though he has never applied for citizenship and could ue thwarted if he did by the mere presentation of court proceedings. Mr. Long said there came a lime in his service as the .supervisor of the refugee traffic when IVM:> necessary to sift the applicants to keep out secret agents of .he Nax.i government posing as ,-ictims of its oppression. This was lone to "protect the .security of .he United States." but ,-igain it must be- noted that no precautions tire mentioned against the admission of Communists who, today, in ibedience to the new "fine" from Moscow must have become active conspirators against the American government. And now, for Uic first time, the American citizen paid the "expenses of bringing thousands of them to Mexico." Mr. Long touched on the opportunities for graft by consular agents abroad when he sai'* that applicants put money lulu their passports when they called for visas. He did not have to say that rich individuals arid organizations in the United Slates would be willing to pay large amounts to bureaucrats, such as Murray Garsson was, for visas for individuals in whom they might be interested. Although it was wise to Keep secret sonic parts oj Mr. r ojxg's statement.,, .revealing current and future plans for rescue and other mailers that might have helped the Na/.is frustrate the work, the figures up to that lime were suppressed to deceive the American people not the Nazis who doubtless knew within a few thousand how many had come here and who they were. And, today, in the lace of Ihf lad that .180,000 have he-en ad By JOE REICHlER Associated Press Sports Writer The best laid plans of mice nm men go astray now ;ind then, ;i Leo Durochcf. nia.;terminclin manager of the Brooklyn .Dodger is ready to admit today. The loquacious Leo saw his late. 1 bit of strategy backfire on him yesterday as the second nlacc St. Louis Cardinals belabored southpaw Joe Hritton and two successors for 15 hits and a 10-3 victory over ;hc National League leaders. The Card triumph evened the "crucial" series between the two contenders and once again the Brooks' lead stands at two and.^i half games with >ne rubber contest to be played today. Before ihe important three («a'mc tussle, Durochcr announc":rf he would switch from his original pitching nominee. Hattcn to Rube Melton, a non-winner up to 'then, to work the opener if Eddie Dyer's selection was Howie Pollett, the Cards' ace. "I figure if Pellet, who already has licked us three times, is right, he will be tough to beat," philoso- phised the Lip. "So whv should 1 waste my top hurler? Hatten fi'g-' tires to beat any other ot. Louis starter. It we're lucky with Melton in the first, we should grab the first two quick and set them back on their heels." Leo's luck appeared morp pronounced than ever when Melton, having one of his rare good days, outpitched Pollet Tuesday night to skyrocket Brooklyn's lead to three and a half games. 'And with Hatten, fully rested, on tap,, tho ax- perts were ready co award Durocher another "E" .for efficiency. So what happened Hatten got his ears pinned back, and Murry Dickson, recently elevated from relief roles, held the Brooks at bay while the Redbirds pounded out their biggest hit total in i'our weeks. George Wnitoyi Kurowski, an old Dodger killer, once again led the assault and accounted for half his team's runs. The Card-Dodger tussle partly overshadowed Bobby Feller's scintillating one-hit pitching exhibition against the Boston Red Sox as lie this Curious World By William Ferguson EXTINCT FOR. MILLIONS OF HAD A U'lNJ-r-SPREAD OF OFTEN TEAR L'P LAST YEAR'5 HUMMINGBIRD NESTS TO 6ET/UATERIAL FOR THEIR OWN NESTS, ANSWER: Aloru; the Hudson river. CARNJVAL .. _• By Dick Turner .COPH. 1946 BY NE* SERVICE, INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF.. Around Sport Circles in Arkansas By CARL BELL Associated Press Sports Writer Mansfield's Independents, surprise team of the stale semi-pro tourney at Fort Smith, apparently haven't heard or don't believe the saying that "clothes make tin- man."...The Sebastian County "lads" lone pitcher is 'H7i appeared ill tattered, faded uniforms which didn't fit and proceeded to wallop the crease out of all .heir nattily attired opponents' pants until they reached the semi-tir-als. Maybe we just like to be different, but here's a timid vote xor the Fort Smith victors Lo make their monicker i'it by grabbing the state junior baseball crown at Little Rock. Virtually everyone is putting his pebbles on Little Rock's Doughboys...The most impressive season record will be carried into the tourney untight by Jonesboro, which lias won IB of ft) starts, but unfortunately the Craighead county boys run into the Doughboys right off the bat. Clyde Scott's Union County dunl't board says the former Middle dandy now headed for the U. of A. 'ias been classified 1-c, (he .same us'a discharged servicem;".i...Thc Ra/.orbacks may be strengthened at an end spot by Ihe return of pre-war letterman Herman Lubker. "Lub." a former Arkansas Tech griclman who ii"in.;ferrcd io the U. of A., is back from service and currently is playing amateur baseball at Fayetteville. He iias one more year of eligibility. 'TAint the Slate dame ;ind Kish Commission's fault that you can't hunt quail on Sundays. ' defends Secretary T. A. Mi-Aims. A law passed in the last century prohibits hunting on the Sabbath but i^- oll ignored. New game regulation revises merely say "no liunl.ing" on Mondays, Wednesdays or Fridays. And the commission's new I'J-per day limit on bullfrogs is not. the only recent 'move to preserve the supply of jumpers. Tin- l!)-lfi legis- ';ilure passed a law forbidding ox- i.'orl of frogs from Arkansas;...('on• n n over tin- bullfrog stuck is Mot owarranlrd, either. We've heard '.'• and seen iione of L hr •neies on our iishmg •is this year. P-EEE Augustine. Fl.-i. -Tins city, .1 claims the honor <»[ being <• ••ountry'.s oldest, hn:i hired ;i «: l-!imc cowboy. M .; job will be lo round-up slam- i'li:; cattle which. Ihe police .say - been storming out of nearby '« ils and causing damage. The- cowboy, Pole liradtlock, has •n equipped with horse, v.-iiijf ,nd lariat and told to .nc-rd into :ily pound every stray cow he can ay a rope on. Political Announcements The Star is authorized to nnnounce the following ni candidates subject to the nctlon of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: Pago Five l HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMKS H. PILKINTON J. W. (BILL) PATTON JR. PAT HOU1NSON Circuit Judge LYLE BROWN DIP, XT EH BUSH State Senator, 9th Dist. EMORY A. THOMPSON DM. P. C. CUOW .TAMES P. 11ULSEY Hcmpstcad County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES CLAUDE II. BUTTON For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLK ONSTEAD McCORKLE SWELL- A. BU11KE Handicapped Vets First on List of Employment Service Little Hock, July .'if) _. MV _ TIlc u. h. Kmployinent Serviee in Arkansas is striving to place disabled veterans and other physically lim •^ted person with the ngnl j.ib. we • "In matching the physically limited pei son with llu- ngh job we «>'•<: accomplishing a grea 'deal more than mer-lv p| iu -iiig a work- T i"' ,"^\"-' "' 1 '' 11 " 11 ' 1 ' ''"i'''«'n. .Male IJSKS director said. "Our Pin-pose in malelung || u . handicapped veteran or oilier worker with a job is lo provide extra assistance lo botn Ihe employer and the worker.' (• University Names Head of Art Department Kiivettevillc. .Inly :«V--i,1v • Harry David Durst. .Jr., formerly of the University of Iowa, has been appointed head of the University of Arkansas Department of Art. pres- di-nt A. M. Harding announced today. He sncee.Vs T'rof. Ralph Hudson, _ who has rcv.'.;iicd. Appointincn of two other facility members in t.u> division of fine and applied ai-s also was ilis- ea I ing e.xcur- For County Judge FUBD A. LUCK FRANK RIDER Tax Assessor C. COOK GARR15TT WILLIS PINK W. TAYLOR For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER ARTHUR C. ANDERSON "I think people LIKE n lilllc exu^eniliou when you tell n story! -Don't you just cat it'up when I dill you 'Darling' and 'Precious' and slull"?" rgeistered his 20th victory by twirling the Cleveland Indians to a 4-1 victory. The Detroit Tigers rcccd the New York Yankees as Boston's closest rival by defeating the Bron- xitos 6-0 to wrest second place from their victims by one port-outage point. Both teams, trail the Red Sox by 12 1- 2g«mcs. Claude Passeau, recuperating from an ailing back which had sidelined him for almost Iwo weeks, pitched the third place Chicago Cubs to an »!-! victory ovrr the New York Giants. A triple lo the right field conier by Connie .Ryan scored Nanny Ki-r- nande-/, from first base with the winning run in the ninth inning as the Boston Braves edge;! out the cellar-dwelling Pittsburgh Pirate.; 2-1. Alter dropping six straight • in Shibi- Park, the Cincinnati Kcds turned about and downed Ihe Philadelphia Phillies twice, \-\>, and :!-0. Helped by Bob Kennedy's fmii-lh home run, the Chicago White- Sox scored three times in the ninth inning to come from behind and defeat the Philadelphia Athletics ;i-^. Four hits and an error produced four runs in the eighth innin- fur the SI. Louis Browns, rmuigh to beat the Washington Senators (i-2. \ batting .400...latest average show ! him about '10 points short...now the ; fans want a ground rule allowing only two bases on a ball lost ir Winds, Charlie Fisher's filly who | Ben's chin spinach... won the Arlington lassie sl.aKcs, is i Bouncing Around a kid sister to Sirocco, wno oeat Tho Cleveland I All-America By SID FEDER Pinch-hitting for Hugh Fullerton, Jr. New York, Aug. 1 —I/Pi— Four Gallahadion and Birnclech in the 19-10 classic at the graveyard of champions....Grace Lenex.yk, 18- year-old Newington, Conn., gal, and Allcne Nelson, the ne-.v DCS Moines city champ, arc being tabbed as golf corners in the national picture...If the Pacific Coast League expects to gel the okay to become a big league, then how come no club in the loop .has been able to top the 7,210 average per game attendance mark this season?...Only Oakland's that high, .in- cidentally.,..'J5 of the -1(i players on Penn State's football squad --ill be pre-war slock...no freshmen and only a handful of holdovers.,'Latesl movie actor in Ihe horse business is lough-guy Alan Ladd •-- paid 2,. r )()0 for a colt at the recent California sales... Once Over Lihtly Infiolder Ren Reese of Thomasville in tho Georgia-Florida League claims he won't shave until IIG'S FOR—Dependable and Quick « PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Small • ANDERSON BROS. • For Rcpresentatlvo Post 2 TALBOT FEILD, JR. Nevada County For Sheriff and Collector OTIS LANGSTON REMOVED FREE Within -HI Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 8i!,'!-W (Phono Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply milted as long ago as Novuiber, 19'1,'i, and many thousands have come here since, Ihe United Stales i.s constantly belated Tor hesitating to coerce the Brili.'ih in their Palestine problem n n d American soldiers are atacked by "displaced persons" in Germany who owe their very lives lo American soldiers. West Virginia originally known as Kanawha. The King of England i.s out. allowed to enter the House of Commons. Erie Stanley Gardner, detective story writer, practiced law '-ir i'i year:;. was fcrcncei football Browns will so up training headquarters in a so rority house at Bowling Green col lege.'.They will not play girl rules though...Uncle Charley Moran, the old ump, came off the farm las Sunday to call a game at Cavi City, Ky., in the South Centra League...Incidentally, Uncle Char ley's farm is located between Cav< City and Morse Cave. iiy...Ameri can race tracks will put tip a lota of 920,000 added money for 5n .stakes this month alone. ..Headed hv the (iO.OOti American Derby at Washington park, where Assault will come back...Cleo Young • of Timninrisville, S. C.. i.s turning flown a $2fi,<HIO offer tor Morris Nancjver. lu« classy two-year old naeer... Ernie Lanigan, ihe walking baseball encyclopedia who directs the Hall of Fame, repurls he'.s taking his vacation this year reading guide books...and is al! lired out at the moment becau.ic lie's just covered New England and Nova Scotia. Doug fNTV" Carl Bacon V* I 8 I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 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. ELECTRICAL Contracting NOTICE Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Avc, Texarkana, Arkansas WE • CLEAN 'EM • REPAIR 'EM • PAINT 'EM • ADJUST 'EM • RE-CORD 'EM • RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New Custom- Macle Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened. 30 Years Experience I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE Phone 1107-J So. M'in Si RIDING HORSES Bu^gy Hides — Hay Rides Enjoy this Healthful Snort HOURS: 2 p.m. until night (Daily execpt Sunday) Horses and Saddles for sale PERRY MOSES 2Vi miles out on Spring Hill road NOW OPEN Pines Swimming Pool ELECTRICAL FIXTURES Rettig Electric Co. 220 E. 3rd Phone 613 Appliance Sales & Service Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. COMPLETEJJINE 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 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 Furnlturo ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411S. Ha*cl For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark, CAPS, LIDS & RUBBERS Anil follow iuNtrnclioiiH in llio H;ill Illnc Book. To pel yonr copy i«cnil 10c willi your n;iinn ami uililrcHH lo— BALI BROTHcRS COMPANY, Muncie, Ind. closed. Uruce Chnrlps Bcnwnrd, formerly of the Universities of Indiana and Idnho, has been named assistant professor of pinno and theory in the music department, succeeding William Hacker, resigned. Miss Catherine Mcllugh, who holds a bachelor of music degree from Lawrence college, Applcton, Wis., and a master of music degree from Northwestern, has been appointed Instructor of vocal educator, a new pnsilon. Gulley New Puloski Sheriff Little Rock, July 31—(UP)—Tom Gulley, Pulaski county's chief dcp ulv sheriff, Held a clear majority Thursday, Auguif 1, 1946 'or tho .Democratic nomination for sheriff in ' Pulaski county this morning. Both L. C. Young and L. B. Branch, Gulley's opponents- conceded the nomination in yesterday's preferential primary. With two rural boxes still uncounted, the vote gave Gulley 11.425 votes; Branch 3,834, and Young 3,747. Edwin E. Dtmnway's strength in Pulaski county overcame a deficit in Perry county and placed him in the lead for the prosecuting attorney's nomination. The result. 1 , insure a runoff between Dunawny and Sam Robinson the incumbent. John R. Thompson was third in the race. Tdtal vole in the two counties, with two rural boxes still out, gave Dunaway 7,483, Robinson 0,943 and Thompson 3,CHS. In the third county race, war veteran Max Howell scored a de- cisive victory over Price Shofner the incumbent representative, fifth position. Louis, Hart ran third. The vote was 9,347 i'or Howell, (1,234 for Shofner ilart. 1,342 TUREASURE HUNT Minneapolis--., July 31 (/I 1 )—|.)e- '.ectives Mike Michelson and Donald Trovie sped to a vacant lot after neighbors called police and reported suspicious characters had been seen burying something. The officers dug up several cans rilled with small toys, candy and i libber balloons which they, took to .he station and returned to the lot io await developments. Two 'teen-agers .-ipproached and asked the detectives if they had seen anyone digging in the lot. "We're having a treasure hunt and somebody's stolen all the ori/.es," the boys said. The detectives returned to the lot — at night — got out theii I shovels and reburied the prizes. The hippopotamus, giraffe and azelle belong lo the same order. When liot weather bring* out OXCCBB skin fnointure, often tho cause of head rash, uoothe the aling and burn of this akin irritatiem with Mcxtmna, medicated powder, which forms a protective coat on irritated skin. Soothes* baby'« diaper roah. Get Meianna. I WILL PAY For the identity of the low lifed svho cut the wire around my horse lot. L. M. LILE REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH JU,,-., af%* \W\\- • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fonder Shop • Complete Paint Shop Just Received Shipment R. C. A. VICTOR Both Battery and Electric MOTOR CO. Phone 838 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 H UGH B. HAUL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76 is for on your fire insurance We can fiiv^ you complete protection, and save you at least 20'" r on your insurance cost. Your life insurance pays dividends, why not your fire insurance? Foster-EHis MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Non-Assessable Legal Reserve '108 East 2nd • Phone 221 >v K grateful hatiofi today salute! th'e'"•world'd'inoSt "power!ul air force Wliose vast Wartime strength now serves as^ a Bright potential^ f01; the maintenance of a firm and everlasting peace. Founded thirty-nine years ago today, 'th'e Army Air Forces has conic a long ;way from small and experimental beginnings. Back in 1907 there were only one officer and two enlisted men. There were no airplanes until two years later, . ;when Orville Wright delivered his first military craft. The giant, triumphant jforce which speeded the end of World War II grew out of the vision and ingenuity of the men who saw, from the first, the immensity of air power. .Many of those. pioneering airmen are turning their abilities to the demands of the future. The Air Forces that crushed Germany's ability to make war and finished Japan/. '\vith life-saving speed, was made up of bombers and fighters whose sole aim was ito end the horror of war. Today, in addition to fighters and bombers for defense,' •the Army Air Forces has begun a mighty, research program for the benefit of a; jvorld at peace. ' Equipped with the latest in radar "device§,~'Affiry Air Forces planes are ablo" Jo fly into storm zones, chart the course and speed of an approaching hurricane,' jand rush the warning to weather, stations in time to avert waste and 'tragedy, 1 Experimental jet-propelled planes, with Army fliers at the controls, jvill pioneer the way to speeds faster than sound. Improved design, greater engine power, and new flight techniques will open ' llie way to still greater safety in commercial transport. Army bombers will be tho first to test and report on innovations whichJjjtei: will bo made, available to tho nation's civil air lines.' Side by side with technological progress goes the Air Forces' vital "duty of preserving world peace and national security. The nation's safety, in a world where distance now means little, rests with the men who fly. It is to them that >ve offer our thanks—with the promise that we will do our part toward keeping alivo it-he hope for world peace. The future of the Air Forces is the future of the nation, lie mission oj tJie "Army "Sir Forced irE peacetime is to develop and maintain a military air forca capable of immediate*sustained,*and 'expanding application of the 'doctrine of military cir power. It must be geared to work in harmony, teith the nation's ground and naval services in 'supporting American foreign policy and maintain* ing the peace. For this task in national security the 'Army Air Forces needs the full siipoorl of tho 'American people^' Commanding Genera!, d', §. # ' vt "Usi 0n •*««* p y ->V^ <SP - ee * Al OYn rbi »° 0, * > °* C1 '<* b ACc S3 nf /•- : Sii: c .,, , < tG °°»iU er . " CI <*P e ° ; ^W Tho Army Air Force.;' nc\v H-3-.j bomljc:'. »Si>c pusher cnyinc.5 dovolop lo.OOil tot ".I horscpovi'cr. A ,Vin^-^!'i'<-'ad, 12^'J i'cet. LeiiKth, IGo i'cet, Portrait 01 a luivricano, r.:? :.,hov,"i on Hi'.'.' radnr f.cupo of ;-.n Army Air l-'ov(.•..-.; : t:itio:v r.t Orlovista, Florida. On^ oi' tho iiiiin;,': 1AAF (juiitrjbutiona to v,v;tlher lorcciu-tin^, ; . GR G/i ? , P UD £J C f MPOH 7/i HCC GPOfOJ TALBOT'S PENNEY'S REPHAN'S CHAS. A. HAYNES CO. MONTGOMERY WARD Order Office CITY BAKERY HOPE FURNITURE CO. WYLIE MOTOR CO. SCOTT STORES HOBBS GROCERY & MARKET Sec: Cpl. R. G. Hylc HAYNES BROS. U. S, ARMY RECRUITING STATION OWEN'S DEPT. STORE HOPE CITY HALL BUILDING SAENGER, RIALTO, NEW THEATRES WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE FOSTER'S FAMILY SHOE STORE

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