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Up to It") 1U to 20 21 to ^!. r i 20 lo ;it) .'ti to :ir> BABY have HOPE STAR, PE, ARKANSAS ' 8v Chick Young WHAT MAMS y MISTRAL. 19U THINK YOUR j SHE'S FATHER'S-..... FATHER /I MEAN MR. MEL- ISN'T ALIVE, \CROFT'S--HALF SISTER MISS MELCROFT ?) SHE SAYS MY ^. ----• WTHER 15 DEAD. I I DID MISTRAL \ , ' YB.SHl: \ SAY ANYTHING !/ SAID IT WAS A ^iniffiiiili^iii illlir HERE ARE , , , - MORE VOTES FOR EATING AT HOME !^vE)r!^i^; L AV ( SUPPER IN SS, LETS HOUSE, BUT SHE M6VER ANYBODY. SHE'S RY ODD. WILL YOU PER IN , • RESTAU(?A,VT U AT HOME T —S -- /Ml I SUPPOSE YORK MEICRO \ \ \ ADOPTED ME, BUT HE v \HA5 NEVER TOlD ME. "" W****- •\ SOME V' J.P. SMD ONE OP 'THAT 7 A LONG /YMM'S T«ftT?...\ BIRD IS 30RK.I\V BUNCH WIGHT TRYING TO CftLL DP TO LEARN IF HE THE INSftNC! H0 HO? CALlFROfAV WIRE. PLEASE! FIND OUT WAS P-CTUMLM OUT IP WCK.EE I RE WEBBER WAT HE OUT IN \ 5A'.P TO TELL 'ETA?. Side Glances By Gqlbraifh sa^*"'>' **.^.'*^ ~ ••«— . -«?' jpp?TA/iii / "MfearW .•/. I A\ALL FKYATYTVlisTf CUvi" LAST 0 HRESI O'CLOCK, I TO PIMP SCOf,>'V S STlFJ YOUR STUMPS.' REVERSE] COURSE, SO WE. LOOK LIKE SVE'KE HEAPING- HOK'WEST ANCC MITH FiR.VTE BRASS,.. NVEJ'LL GO FOR A LOOKSEE / PARPON, . „._.,„, . . BUT ARE 'VOL) y I ALLOWED.' DRIVIN' THAT X T7/-—v TRUCK NORTH ON A l ICt-^) HIGH WAV TEN "My husband must have done something terrible!—That's the third bouquet he's brought me this week!" (.11.16- COPB. : 194« BY NEA SERVICJ!, lNC."r "I've got so I know these'chickens personally," wi.^...,,- KO£j.*WiHj^vguui ji.go.ouLof.io^ to em Frecktes ond His Friends By Blosser ?tsnnv Business By Hershberger JPSo C Sr )KSE ' ' l KNOW THE IDEA OF BUILDING- A DOUGHNUT . SHOP FOR.. MRS-KANE WAS FREOi'S --- BUT L DID HELP A UTTi c ' ^^ ""' (-ley. FREOC, DRIVE AROUMD THE- E>UX!C AND SEE" |F WE CAN FIND IMAGINE THOSE YOUNGSTERS DOING THIS FOR SOME MORc NICE OLD LADIES WHO* ME! I STILL CAN'T BE- DREAM.' ( DREAM COME -—. =xrr-A TRUE/ THS is A!.L «oj ; .' \ eves THRt.v THAT SPEAK ) PAN6ED IP I KNOW WHAT IM $UKE NCW THAT IVhOHVE? KAS LCN<5 SINCE TAKEN IT ON TH' THE'HOLE^i SO LET'S RESUME OUR TREK TO — ,eM , ~3*m^fy rfEnftW"""/*' ' i '- i " r t in % ind ;ibout my purse, ollicer— I'll have his sweater efore " • "- ' .sweater before lie yocs fjjr! Thimble Theater '• '.•'• '••'.-> "- J/liVrr J.i /V-.W''!"- 1 «•»', ..-• f>'l . THIS /ViELANKONKUS EPIPEAMC IS 6ETTIN' ME POWN.'/ e>OP\RD OF I -SHOULD IMPRESS __;i£JLX_._ Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople V/ATCH OUT/ THEY \ THAT'S WHAT N THOUC5KT PER 1 THEM SHOTS . l US DO, MAKE - , ' •{ VOU TRV ° UT T ° PLAY/ 1 SUDDENLY HE WILL BE ) TH'-WHni F DOC ' / o GRAB ^^ HURRY FEVO <f* BEFORE ROLLERS 1 STRAGGLER WHAT DO THAT SRUiW fO START 50METHIWG/ 1 TO DO WAS I HOOT ?^~rt LOOK BAD ;i ^ HURRY AMD GET ^7 PUT.OIJ MY 1. W^< FEROCIOUS/ '.* r '•*; . X^, SAVS n^ x.; LET C 7 FOR MlSTAr\ MA3OR. EP 5TRANGLER HAMKERS FOR SLUEPOlhVTERS SHELL. GOT. COEM \Ni y> THAT Tr\E: <\ CLASSIC KETTLE,. ,, FORA L1NCH Hin AMD YOU'LL DO 1HE SA"\E Tri;,<SS &T PlAYlMS WITH FIRE ^^^ . m „. ,„ „,. Auguil- HOPt STAR, HO pfe, ARKANSAS CMSS/F/ED Ads OMP U;iy ]co .7!) .9(1 i. or, ** '" Otflc - c Day Befofe Publication }-?0 2:bo o.OO o 7.r,o ••<• •ii lo •in 'i(i td fin Hiilcs ni'i . 1.80 2.10 1UO 2.70 .TOO 4.00 . n.oo lo.r.o 12.00 i.'i.no fi.00 r,.uo . for Co.itinuoiis s O'lly ' :lsh '" Advnnc-f en Over the Phone Real, Estate for Sale For Sole CHICKS, IF WE DON'T J'o 'siipply Co 17-lm CORN, CORN CHOPS, WHEAT" lien scratch, plenty growing and laynii! nuish. Feedoni Supply Co i7-1 in •101) ACHIOS OF HARIDWOOD~TH\r bcr on Hois \y Arc Creek near SprniH Hill. J{. W. Wvlie, limnict __" rk ' _^ 27-Ot C'lJKAi' 1!W7 CIII':VlV6TiE r SKnTN~ l!"od ruhbiM-, two blocks nor'Vi of Ali-v I'urlli-'.s on Ada Street. C 1.. Haines. 3 0 . ct __ "V p ,'_ n M . Y BEAUTIFUL LITTLE NEW house for couple. Floor coverings, shades automatic hot wa- ONK li KYIS WOOD RANGE IN (Mod eoiidilion. See lOklrecl-'e J-oiinljy. Palnios, Ark. 30-ijt HKI.AVA SKPARAT01? AND home comfort raiiKe. Both in l-.'iml condition. Mrs. Walter •Iciiu-s. Hop.', Houte 1, Box ir>8. 1 I'OWl-JR- HAY PRESS AND GAS- olint 1 eiiKiui!. 1 mowing machine, 1 Hood saddle horse, bight years old, Robert LaGrone. ;)!-3t GOOD GAS RANGE, HEATERS «irls bicycle, garden tools, iron bed and mattress. 1101 W. 7lh. 2-3t PUWlOFi UNIT, GOOD CONDI- lion. Can bt> seen at Gib Lewis Motor Co. Phone 8!>0. Kit H.OMO KKKT OP' NEW •! INCH Homing. Call Moore Bros. Phone CASK TRACTOR WITH ALL TWO low equipment. See B. E. Green Rl. 1, Hope. i-(jt USKU PLYMOUTH MOTOR FOR .ISO. Can be seen at Loe's Station, Highway 67. l-3t ORGAN AND KKW HOUSKHOLD Iliings. Can bo seen at 1118 Park Drive. Hope, Ark, 2-IH MY KENTUCKY BRED SADDLE man- Out. 1st, red sorrell with .star, weight 1100 Ibs. Natural saddler, perfectly gentle. I have tvo line colts, also. Tom .1. Wai dlow. 0.3) l!)3. r > TKRROPLANK, GOOD (7ON- diiion. CJoocl tires. Jim Cato Hope. Ri. I. a-:ii Lost KNr-A.GF.MKNT AND WEDDING rini! set in box. Lost Timsdnv ai Dad's Hamburger Stand. $10 reward lor return to Harnburt'er Stand. ;(!.;)( 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 TWO !>0 BY 145- FOOT LOTS NO 25A and 20A fronting east on highway 4 about two blocks off highway 07. ..House numbers in front of etich. lot. Will be lots of building done out there soon. See them and phone Albnrl BosweJJ at 984, Hope. Ark. 31-01 NICE SIX. ROOM HOME. 4^1 North llervey, good repair and furnished throughout, will sell. with or without furniture. Let me show it to you anytime. Can give possession, Floyd- Porterfield 2 ' 31 Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By Kino Feature* Syndicate. „- , „, „,,„„..,, t , Vi v. Ilwi Yvti- Ulgl I IUMUA, II1U' 1 UlJl rUIIlU ll'l- II1U I tor, plenty of shade, Never need Congress may revoke these con- u fan. rurn left, at end of South ditions and' oven forbid all irnmi- (VI niti T»-/l Kmtim L.' n RJ* i • .... Main, lock. house. S. B. More 40 ACRE FARM, CHEAP. MUST be sold'a I once. Nine miles from Hope on highway 4, two miles on Forrest Hill road. Loam soil. 28 acres in cultivation, 12" in timber. Fenced, !i room box house barn, everlasting spring and fruit, trees. Mrs. B. E. Henry BLACK CHANGE PURSE CON- luining $30. Will tin; person who picked it up in Talbot's August 1st at 4 p.m. return to Hope Star. No questions will be asked. 2-lt Lost TWO NO. 4. RATION BOOKS RF.- ward for 'return to Sarah Rankins, fi09 East 7th St. 3Mjf Help Wanted PIANO SALESMAN, APPLY IN person at Grabbe Bros. Piano Co 108 South; Elm. 7-24-tf AN EXPERIENCED COOK. $i~0 per week. Apply in person. 500 North Washington. 2-3t Notice LESPEDEZA, JOHNSON. GRASS, clover hay. Cut on shares. You take 2/,'i. I take one third, or you cut it for lOc a bale. Foy H-im- mons. Telephone 34-J-12. 30-01 FOR PROMPT DELIVERY OF sand and gravel, See, Hanson Rothwell, Phone 957-J, 009 North Main St. PAINTING SIGNS AND OUTDOOR advertising. We paint anything, Cars painted. Porch and lawn furniture. V. Maxwell. Phone 11UB-W. 520, West Division. 31-3t For Sole 'SLIGHTLY USED BOYS BICYCLE with-extras Fred Hartsfield, 1008 West Ave. B.- 3131 Wanted to Rent .FURNISHED HOUSE OR A : PART- ment, Permanent. Call M, R Shook at Cqpk's While Star Laundry. 30 ot COUPLE WITH FIVE MONTHS old babv desires 2 or 3 room unfurnished apartment, Mj's. .1 H.. Johnson, Phone 1112-W. 2-3t Lost, Strayed or Stolen SABLE AND WHITE FEMALE Collie pup, 7',<j months old, Left Monday from East 13th St. Reward for information and return. Phone 44(1. , 2-Gt Mattress Renovating FOR THE BEST IN GUARAN- teed work cnll Cobb's Matttress Co. at 712 W. 4th. We call for and deliver. Phone 229-J. 21-lin Fights Last Night By the Associated Press New York—Marty Servo, 145 1-2 Schenectady, N. V., tko Jimmy Anest, 1.40, Brooklyn, S (non-title) Akron—Tippy Larkin, 144, Garfield, N. J., knocke d out Bobby Claus, 147, Buffalo, S. Barllusville, Okla.—Kid Crosby l. r )2, Bartlesville, iko Oliver Ha mm, 148, Galveston, -1. By United Press New York (Fort Hamilton ) — Bernard Docusen, 141, Now Or- Morelia, 13H, - „.. River, Mass. — Francis Leonard, 131, Taunton, Mass., out- pointed Oliver Desmarais, 130 Manchester, N. H .8. New York, August 1—A point that seldom 'is mentioned, much less considered seriously, in discussions of American hospitality to refugees is the fact that' they have ho right to corne here, The Amoriccm. people reserve the right lo admit or exclude and to deny asylum to anyone for any reason by adopting laws to such effect. While II is true lhat our lows do Iny down conditions which the Supreme court has construed as American rights of aliens in foreign lands, the fncl remain: that leans, stopped Jorge Mexico City 2. Fall River. Mas; PIANOS Just Received — A Large Shipment FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS "Direct From Chicago" • Looks like new • Sounds like new • New guarantee If you are interested in buying a piano call or write One of our representatives will call on you. CRABBE BROS. PIANO CO. "Texarkana's Only Exclusive Piano Co." 515 Buchanan Avenue Texarkana, U. S. A. 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. PUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIID CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 gration, Thus, it is a privilege to come to the United States and I point out that ur generosity was the greater in admitting . r >80,OOQ refu- Kees from Hitler up ot Nov. 20. 1043. when the fact is remembered that during, most of these years, the National government had been rationing employment among our own people by means of overtime pay schedules. It is true, as Brcck- enridge Long, our assistant secretary of stale, told the House committee on foreign affairs in November, 1943, that, the president's committee on refugees was very partial to authors, painters, orators, statesmen, political leaders and publishers, who were unlikely to engage in common toil in competition with our unlives. Bui we. were very well fixed for these categories at that lime and, considering that these preferred types naturally would try to impose their European ideas on their hosts, the favortism hardly vindicates itself. An oppressed carpent ; er; or machinist or a good, thifly farmer .coming along ut that time wllen Paul McNutt told us we were short of good workmen, might have been more desirable and helpful to the United Slates. Anyway, a soap-box cxhorlcr would suffer no more from Hitler's persecution than a plowman so, if the motives here were purely and solely humane, the priority remains to be justified. T o be practical, of course, it must be recognixed lhat here we had selection by pull and influence with prominent, conspicuous or notorious individuals escaping while the obscure werc-left behind; The pow- 31-31 er of money exerted in the United States by wealthy relatives or in a|i American consulate abroad, where the clerks were human and not overpaid, deserves to be considered and may be explored some day. At any rate, Mr. Long not merely admitted but declared ihat "ihe committee was Irving to sav° particular persons who were worthy to be saved in the cause of humanity," but mentioned these classes ol worthies. And the committee was strangely silent and slow-witted in the absence of any challenge to this brutal distinction. He left an impression that the Ijumble were less "worthy to be saved in the cause of humanity" and a suspicion that some were rescued out of turn merely because mends here thought they were morn precious than others when they may have only obstreperous and important contributors to the distress of all. At a time when the American government and the very slate department for which Mr . Long spoke, professed to be diligent in exporting American principles and political ideals lo other lands they were running an important trade in European thought and political methods which have made an impression here as effective as our impression on the minds of the Germans and Italians, There occurs in the text of Mr Long's statement, so long suppressed and for no evident reason except to conceal acts iron! ihe American people, information regarding Spain's hospitality to ret Ugees which would have been helpful in opposing the Communist agitation in favor of another Spanish civil war. Mr. Long said that about GO 000 refugees crossed the Pyrenees from France into Spain. Our government worked to move them along to Africa and elsewhere and 1 relieve the burden on ihe Franco government, but Mr. Long revealed that Franco had been very helpful. "The idea of t>et!in« them out of t>pam, ' ho said, "was that Spain is not a rich country. Spain could not afford lo keep these people particularly because of its difficulty in feeding its own people in time of war and the limitations imposed by the transportation of food supplies. But if you could aid people in getting into Spain, Spain would not slop them on her side from coming in. We are ready to take all new refugees who come out of France or other occupied territory Spain will assist them. Spain did not- stop. Right alter the German occupation of unoccupied France When so many people started across the border, the Spanish government sent up its armies and said 'stop!' " The Americans implored Spain not to stop them, promising that vye would try to get them out and Spain withdrew her urniieu after three days and the exodun resumed. Spain did not join the committee of rescuing nations but neither did Russia and, though Russia did accommodate many, she was no more merciful in proportion to her means, than Spain. Busy as ho doubtless is with his duties at the Stale Department and busy as the members of the Foreign Affairs committee are with their.-;, all of them, being respon sjble for the maintenance of good relations with friendly countries, should have recalled those facts about Spain when the Communists here, including some refugees and many American relatives of refugees, were carrying on an angry clapior against Franco and df manding action by our government which would have scourged the Spanish people ugain with civil war. o Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press Del Rice, Cards —Rapped triple -and double and batted in winning run as St. Louis beat Brooklyn, 3-L Tommy Henrich, Yanks —Clouted two homers to pace New York to 1--2 victory over Detroit. Jittery Joe Berry, Indians — LemleyHigh Man in Hope Skeet Shoot W. K| Lomloy had one perfect string yesterday giving him ;i 22 2/3 per cent average for lop place in the regular Wednesday shoot at the Hope SUeot< Club. He was closely followed by-"Hay McDowell. The scores and percentage: Shot at 125 This Curious World By William Ferguson J Wnrd, Arl Aichor, E. L. Shot At 100 Bryan, ChnrJcR Hcrndon, R. V. Jr. ircfner. Bryon Shot at 75 Lemloy, W. K. . Houlon, Bill Brynn, Bill rjosncll, Brtb Biintly, 13. T Shot at 50 McDowell, Tiny . Trimble, P. Y Wylio, Geo Boenc, Wallace Arnold, Herbert McLttrty, Fhinlt . Chnmblcss, Reece Waltcis, Frank Murphy, Loroy Jr. Duffie, J. M. • Brashior, Uon Stewart, E. P Roystnn, R. D Smith, Dr . Davis, J. A. . Williams, B. R. . Shot at 25 Monroe, W Dodson, Herbert .... Lewis, Gib Griffin, Dave Nunn, C. V. Sr. Edwards, B. W. .... Thompson, Tom .... Cook, C. Sr. Fuller, D Craine, V Evans, Tom. Jr White, W. Ban-. R. H. . McNeil), C. C. Maitindale, Dr. ... Morton, H Oglesby, Orville .. Pentecost, Newt . McPherson, S. E. Archer, Mrs. E. L. o Broke Per, cent 98 in 3/5 ..97 10 2/5 70 ... r >9 17 1/2 14 3/4 .. 54 K) 1/2 .: .60 .50 37 ..83 12 1/3 11 .27 in 17 .32 10 2/3 .. ...45 22 1/2 '*I2 21 S]- 20 1/2 . £.3£T 1!) 1/2 U38 HI ;<3G 18 .AM. 17 1/2 ..33 10 1/2 31 15 M'.< •31 15 1/2 ,')() 15 ,30 in .29 14 1/2 13 1/2 9 1/2 B 1/2 22 21 .... ... 20 IS) ...... 18 -10 .. •... 15 15 15 .... . 14 .. 14 .. .. 14 .. ... 13 ....... 12 12 11 .. . .. II) ... . 10 8 ...... n Cards Win Jo Narrow Lead of Brooklyn By CARL LUNDQUIST New York, Aug. 2 — (UP)—No learn has been beaten more, consistently by St. Louis this season than the first place Dodgers and ironically that very supremacy may cost the Cardinals ihe pen- ant. The Cardinals go all out to beat Brooklyn, saving their best pitchers and concentrating long .in advance on victory tactics, and their efforts have uaid off with 11 victories against four defeats. Significantly, however, 'the Redbirds have played mediocre baseball against teams they i'ace directly before and after combat with Brooklyn. Just before be'atin.H the Dodgers two games out of three with a 3 to 1 triumph in yesterday's finale, the Cards won only one game in three at Boston. Today as they move on to Philadelphia, none of their ace pitchers will be rested, In contrast lo their 11-4 mark against Brooklyn, St. Louis has won nine and lost eight against teams played directly before a Dodger series and has four victories against five losses.' against teams iaced directly afterward. The Dodgers, passing up -artistic satisfaction, have refused/to point for the Cardinals, yet have remained in first place virtually the entire season by running'up 'a fat advantage against weaker clubs. The number two St. Louis lefty, Harry (The Cat) Brecheen, subdued the Dodgers yesterday, reducing their lead to a game and a half. He was hit hard in the late innings, but bored down with men on base, forcing the Dodgers lo hit into three double plays. The Dodgers made 10 hits and- Howie Pollet was rushed in for'a relief chore in the eighth. Enos. Sluahg- ler started the Cardinals io victory with a wind-wafted second inning homer, and in Ihe fourth they added two more runs on Marly Marion's single, Del Rice's triple and an error b" Pitcher Vic Lombard! Dodgers Outfielder Pet.e,- r: e iser escaped serious injury when he crashed inlo the left field wall chasing \Vhiley Kurowski's double in the fifth. He was expected to be released today from a hospital where he was taken for X-rays and observation. Two homers by Tommy Henrich and one by Billy Johnson-nave the Yankees a 4 to 2 victory at Do- Iroil which pul them bucMn second place Rookie Randy 'Gumpert scored his sixth victory against one defeat. Ancient Mel Harder, who has been with Cleveland 18 straight seasons, won his 215th major league triumph and il was one of the most sutisfvin«. a 2 to I decision over the Red Sox which put their lead to 11 1-2 ganu'^. Joe Dobson lost a four-hitler when George Case scored an unearned run on Third Baseman Gle: 1 . Russell's error. The White Sox scored three runs on four singles in the sixth to de- lea! the Athletic sat Chicago 7 vo (i, nullifying Pete Slider's four run homer. Jack Kramer's four-hit pitching enabled the Browns u> sweep their three game series with Washington at St. Louis, with an 8 lo :>. victory in the finale. Jeff Heath hit a two- rim homer in ihe sixth when the Browns made four runs off Dutch Leonard. Cincinnati at Philadelphia and Pittsburgh at Boslon in the National were rained out. TORTOISES SawETlMES ARE FOUND IN THE DESERT WATER. Y MCA SERVICE. INC. T.'M.'BEC! U. S. PAT. OFF. WHAT IS A SCTOTER ? IS KNOWN ON THE NORTH AMERICAN CONTINENT" ONLY ON A STRIP CF LAND TWO A-tMfS LOMC* AND ("ALON& THE OCEAN, NORTH .. OF SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA.,} ANSWER; A type of sea duck. CARNSVAL By Dick Turner COPB. 1M< BY NF.A SERVICE, INC. T. M. RED. U. S. PAT. OFF. "And with this piqcc goes; Hie company's guarantee to send a man in six months lo open all the drawers, even up its legs, and so on!" ROUNDUP iy iuk L PtOtrtta h.- ©— By SID FEDER Pinch-hitting for Hugh Fuller-ton, Jr. New York. AUK. :J—(/P)—Iko Williams, the NBA's hah' of Ihe light-1 weight cluunpionship, is hoi after I Beiui Jack to climb into a ring with him...but so far the Boa-: says no...Assault's galloping has made the Texas King ranch the leading money-winning stable of the year, I brew a double play ball with the buses loaded in the ninth to end Boston Red Sox scoring threat and. preserve 2-1 win for Cleveland. E" 1 '! Caldwell, White Sox —Held Philadelphia hilless and rimless fur final three innings to save-7,-C victory for Chicago. Jack Kramer. Browns ~i Limited Washington to four hits in pitch- jng St. Louis to an 8-2 victory. with just under $400,000. Lament of a Brooklyn Fan The Cards came to town. We thought we'd rejerce. We'd beat dem free straight And load clem in their hoisc. But they took two oulii free, Left the Dodgers for dead. Dem great bums of ours Shoulda stood in bed. Notes to You Has anyone pointed out that if it wasn't for Bobby Doerr rapid Hobert Feller would now be the all- time no,hit'king of baseball history'.'...Doerr ruined one for rapid Robert Wednesday and another in 39...Feller has two hall-of- farmers to his credit already? And the two Doerr "dood" lhat thing to him would nave given him -'our. one more than lold by Young's record three... Love, Honor—and Hurry It Up For days, Catcher Mike Dooley of the Greenville club in ilv< East Texas loop hud been walking in the clouds dreaming of his approaching marriage. His teammates gave Him the "needles" by the hour, but Mike just laughed Ihem off. Then in one game MiUe connected lor a long cloul. but, ambled along—possiblv still thinking of the forthcoming nuplials— and was thrown out at third. He tried to avoid Manager Alex .Hooks as he slipped back into the dugout, bul Alex was waiting. "What." Alex roared, "were you doing — carrying a piano around BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumblnu • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. Mrs Buxton Mydyctle exhibits with others 30-pouml amber- jnck.largest taken by woman oil Cape Lookout, N. C, this year, more than fourth of her weight, 108. Mrs. Mydyeltc was iisiimg above wreck of Russian ship, Ashkabacl, torpedoed dur- :»'U war. In 1934 Jackson, N C angler was first of sex to take doJph.n oft Cape. Measuring live feet five, it was longer than she is tall- 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 Cobb-Tooley, Rephans Win Softball Games , . Pnrl{ I chl|j - W1 ""er over Rotary c ub, has accepted a challenge to rn ii AlTU - ! 'iran Lcj>ion 'in a o'clock contesl which starts at 8 Hophan's defeated Wylie's 13-0 while Cobb-Tooley. edged out Moore's Market IQ-fi last nifiht regular play. The lournSmcn" team made up of league players. left for Hot Springs today. J he boxscore: Rephans Stanford. P - 3B Crane, SS Ea,son, LF -IB T. Bell, 3B, C. P J. Hazy.ard. C. IB, P Schooley LF Porter, P, IB I/. Hazzard. 2B G. Robertson. 2B Grcenb'orp. RF Butler, RF I. Robertson, CF AB R 2 3 2 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 IT 3 1 2 2 1 I 1 0 2 Wylle Htiddleslon, 2B Delunov, P Orurrett, C Dodson. IB LevoreUo. 3B Rot'ors. CF McCorU-le, SS ... Howard, T.F Franks, RF Moore MeClendnn .IB DcHan. C LF Stratton. SS . . Hale, C. LF .. Monse. 3B . Whitchead, 2B ... Armslronf. RF Fovmby. P Miller,' CF Oobh-Toolev R. W.hilo, SS B. White, IB .... ReyeiiL'n. 2B .. . Ross. 3B Ferguson. CF Finlpy, RF F. Chance, LF Mcssf>r. C W. Chance, P 40 13 14 3 3 2 3' 3 3 2 1 2 22 4 .4 4 4 4 2 3 3 3 31 4 3 4 3 3 2 3 3 3 0 0 0- n 0, n n •n o n o o n o n i n .0 28 10 G. Baseball Scores By The Associated Press National League St. Louis 3; Brooklyn 1. Pittsburgh at Boston postponed rain. Cincinnati at Philadelphia (2i, postponed, rain. Only games scheduled) American League- . '. New York 4; Detroit 2. Chicago 7; Philadelphia (I. Cleveland 2; Boston 1. St. Louis .T; Washington 2. Southern Association Nashville 3-4; New Orleans 2-2. Birmingham 7; Memphis G. Only games scheduled. with you for the wedding march." Out Of The Mailbag Bob Applebee, the ALW New' England baskeaballer of two years ago, will join his old Rhode Island sidekick, Sttitz Modzelewski, on the New York Pro Knickerbockers next winter. Adum. Walsh says his Los Angeles Rams will be 50 per cent stronger than the Rams who won the National Pro -"ootball league title last year before moving from Cleveland. And one of ihe big reasons will be Jackie Wilson the ball carrying specialist from Baylor. The baseball Dodger--., who set a goal of 1.000,000 home attendance for 1946, now wouldn't feel at all hurt if it hits 2,000,000 The three.game. Card series just ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery & Phonograph Combination Bob Elmore Auto Supply Doug Bacon V^l I | J on es ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St. Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following ai candidates subject to th« action of the Democrat!/! primary elections this Summer: • • 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT JAMES II. PILKINTOrf'' J. W. (BILL) PATTON_ JR. PAT ROBINSON Circuit Judge LYLE BROWN DEXTER BUSH State Senator, 9th Dish EMORY A. THOMPSON. DR. F. C. CROW JAMES P. HULSEY Hcmpstead 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 AssesEor 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 Texarlcana Rendering p'lant ^Bhone 883-W (Phone Gdllect5 J If No Anssser Phone 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 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 to town — Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Hotel 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. 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 Hotter) HUGH B. HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phone 76 i* i ii

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