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r$V*M^'tivi^^^v^ •ff.. K Word-; Up to in .. 10 to 20 . 31 to 25 .. 20 lo 30 .11 to 3S . 30 to -10 .. 41 to 45 . 40 to 50 . Rates HOP 8 STAR, Tuesday, August 13. 1946 A ft R A N S A S Bv Chick Young HOW ote OVER- 't Hc/MTO BHYVFffi WE , AiiO Ftlt'T. COtll.0 f n; a.r;Kcr VI-MAT I , HAVE HiDORN IN MY Alt RIGHT MELCROFf,.™ s we waitei from Hie I!'M.. : ",:w* '<f< v bir$ rose, followed 1^ by a clang as if """"' ?omeone° had dropped a heavy piece of-metal. SHAME ON VOU/WHY DON'T YOU DREAM EDUCATIONAL THINGS. THAT WILL IMPROVE YOUR MIND? I REFUSE TO MAKE A ""N NIGHT SCHOOL ) OUT OF . </ ( MY BED/1 5T' HEAPING PLATTERS OF , : , ;i DELICIOUS FISH WERE SERVED BY BEAUTIFUL GIRLS IN LITTLE COSTUMES OH. BOX-1 JUST HAD A WONPERFULPREAMJ 1 DREAMED I WAS AT A BIG F1SH-FRV SOON AFfiR EhSY MS IS Hi PACTi BY NOW SHOULP CONFESSION 60 VOU PHONED M«KEE INDUSTRIE f.W> (KPVISED 'EKN OF HIS SITUATION, SO THEY COULD SET KM OUT! WELU-1 GUESS I'.'A JUST NMURtsav TENDER- HEW4TED, POING BUSINESS VNITH Hl(.\ COG\ WE THE HANRfOMEST wuismcue WEST OF iv30K,\NiNoy.BJTrBE(\R HlWi NO ILL WILL! iWERE CASHING . CHECK / PROBKBW -' I ' l " HELP HM, BUT ' k .Nf NW I ChN IBUCKV, I GOT TO 1 THINKING OF Hl»\ LANGUISHING ViitlCH I (AftlLED WE-L6FT LOS LOCTO! WvV CONSCIENCE 1 MSO CLEM?! Side Glances By Galbraith MODEST' MAIDENS Trademark Registered U. S. Paten: Office &sm^\!6$&*!m& S™S<&i^uv^\t*#£.3SSBS WHY, YOO FLEA BITTEN ^YOU SLIMV VOU THREATENIN& W5*P. ~ ~,, AMP THANKS F££ TrlE BIG- STOCK OF FUEL, WATER AN VITTLES/ I'LL KEAC'ri THE SOUTH SEAS EASY**.iHAW WHAT'S HOLPiM' you i Sh'-hf-H.' CYNTVUA, KEEP AB- 5O-LUTE-LY ' LEAVING'- YOU/ SCORCHY HAS ENOUGH KEEP YOU BOTH AFLOA cSVKg US A HAHP LIP'S I PLAVED BALL BUT BROKE ONLY y ONE WINDOW! j /I WAS OVER ,' AT BUTCH'S /BUT WE HAD VONILY ONE AH- VOU RE TH'OME ! I WAS GOOD! I STAVED HOME AND DUG FOR PIRATE TREASURE i '^^Ss^r- UNCA DONALD - HO/VSE PPZOiVS YOUR SHOPPING TRIP P "/ icant the hair'painted^out so I can see if he'll still bejiandsomej,cn years from "I'm not afraid. of. hardships and shortages-, mom! After three years in the army I'm not only ready to marry, but we've decided to defy.,the..world_ and. have children!" Funny Business . Freckles and His Friends By Blosser By Hershberger RUSTY is CUTE M DO ^| l MEAN HE'S . l/YOU DERMITELY I MEAM 2?-?°-," r- / 'o TEU -w., STRICTLY, f" YOU KNOW GROOVY/ >THAT FLUB? ANJO THEN Trie BOSS SENT" / WHY, ME OVER. TO STUDY THAT / i\er> DPOOP'S TECHMK3XUE/ AND YOU ALL I ACCOMPLISHED WAS ONt THING .' IN ALL MY LIFE 1 NEV/ER.~LEARNED IT Dyc-ry' JO DISLIKE A Guy - y V KU: " '• QUICKER/ LOOK'/ THERE ' HE IS--TH' ' LEAD .VIHKT IF V DID GET ONE OF TH'RAIDER'S? YOU MIGHTN'T BE SO LUCKY 'NEXT TIME.,.YC>U'BE G.OIN 1 TO TH 1 TWENTIETH CENTURY PEONTO.' COR GUT THAT'LL HAFTAVMT TILL MOSNINS...IT'S TOO NEW?. D,\;<ls TO <3O INTO TH'JUNGLE '"N. NOV.'.' % YOU'LL STAY VJITH QUE=N UMPA.T2EOI-E TONISHT...TH5 PALACE HEAVILY GUAXEDED IF YOU KNOW THESE. CSO-MAGS STRIKE AT NISHT, V/HY DON'TCHA. SET A GANG v'Shp.ate -the bigg<jst_qnej cau.abt•*• ":.' Thimble Theater SEE SOMETHING POT'. HO 111 C\P.OE IT COSPi ? PROM OWE H. , 09 |IEVE, SIR, THAT SOMEWHERE iiOLOBE THERE IS A PLACE MISS'OVL SHALL LEARN =T=r 7 TO SMILE VAS, WIMPY— ) - v —t AGAIN ' OPR l-.l.'.. KIM; fCATI'BES «v<lili-ATt.J.,.ja-n|M.ii Biy| T S BESKK By J. R. Williams Out Our way Our Boarding House With Major Hoople „. / WOW i LiL'T'lLR }? GET BACK IM Tl-lt: VOU AKC. TO PALL IW LOVE WITH A MAW WHO'S TALL DARK AN' HAW SOME/ / / / Uil Me HAT'S^kHAVc A SOMETHlW'l LOOK/ CATCH, NELLIE/ MEBBi: THIS PILL WILL MAKE YOU EIG AGAIW/ ACES* SACKED BEAUTIFUL, I'LL SAV/ LETS GOTO TH' .MOUMTAIMS WHERE TH' DEER. ARE.' FUMWY, WES, PEOPLE WITH A CARL'OAD O' PETS COMIN 1 WAY OUT HERE TO LOOK. AT TH 1 PUBLIC PETS.' l WI'ICH HA7CL / J l , SOMflri-liWG/ DRCT MV ABYSMAL HO\M'D YOO AND PROCTIC& FOOTWORK To NiEVCT VMI-UCH VOU A6AIMST Ahi OLD SUEEPMORrv} ^ PLUCKED 'W k-"*f>. ./_^<. ';» .-••/•* R ^mm SOttE60PTL'_ THE I^EVJS TO Alice ABOUT HER'PAPGETTllV KILLED, YOU ousiiT To-' C'L! ,E^ LA5T WORLDS WAS5T Ort 1H OlriER £ OF LITTLE PROFESSOR TAUSUT HOOT WS POKER TOO WELL- PETS AWD PRIVATE PROPERTY r.- «c „ V .T .«,. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Page CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day ftetore Publication Number of One Three Six Qhe<&~— — ' ' _ Day Days Days Month i .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.7.0 3.00 .00 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 are for Continuous" 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 0.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Insertions Only All Want Ads Cnsh in Advance Not Taken Over the Phone For Sole BABY CHICKS, IF WE DON'T rhave them we will order them .for you. Feeders Supply Co. 17-lm CORN, COBN CHOPS, WHEAT, hen scratch, plenty growing and laying mash. Feeders Supply Co, 17-lm Mattress Renovating . - ' , V . "* FOR THE BEST ttt teed work call Cobb's Matttross Co. at 712 W, 4th. We call for And deliver. Phone 229-J. 21-lm Wonted to Rent THREE OR FOUR ROOM UNFUR. rUshed apartment or furnished or. unfurnished house. Permanent residence. References. Write 'G, W.\Moton, Stamps, Ark. . 12-Ot Real Estate for Sole 19-10 FORD CONVERTIBLE, coupe, with radio and heater. Motor in A-l condition. Good tires. See R. N. Pulmnn, 815 South Main St. or phone 404-W after G p.m. 8-Ct COTTON POISON FOR WEEVIL or worms. $10 per. hundred weight packed in .50 pound bags. JWonts Seed Store. Q.flt TEXAS MINNOWS AT SOUTHERN la»t Co. F. W. Chance. - 10-Qt FIVE ROLLS OF BEST GRADE 34 inch hog wire. Sec Hope Mat- I0-8t tress Co. FOR QUICk" SALE, .MY FA,RM. grocery nnd filing station. 5 miles out qn-highway 19 from Prescott. Thriving business, owner leaving state for health. Roy Ward, Pros- cott, Rt. 5. 9-Ct Fair Enough •y W«tbrook PcfUr Copyright, 1M4 By King Feature* Syndicate. *a Cobb- Tooley Handed First Softball Loss CARNIVAL By Dick Turner For Rent BEDROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH Phone 946,. : 10-31 TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment .also . front bedroom. 203 '.•• East 'Ave.CC. •• , > • - 12-3t KEROSENE AUTOMATIC RE-" frigcrator. 9 ft. box. Perfect c6n- M. Martin, Ross-; 12-31 dition. See S. ton, Rt. 2. So They Say •"../'.",' ; U . rrieal -controls > are . restored conditions "will be the,same as, they .Wore beforei'..\uilh the -black market operators .dbfrig. business at the same.- old "r stand."- At /'the present time we. can .buy-' all'thc meat we LUMBER CONVEYORS, LEVEL- ing instrument, welding instru-' ment, 1 new bench saw without motor, skill saw blades, mechanics tools and boxes, tarpaulins, j^ick screws, trench jacks, ladders, respirators, a few carpenter and finishers tools,/chipping hammers, all sizes star drills, block and lines, all types. Some used brick, sledge hammer," door hinges, 1 desk, 2 painters extension boards, large and small air hose, oil cans, small and large air hoso, oil cans, small and large rod cutters and benders, 1 small concrete mixer. C. D. Lnuterbach, 510 South Walnut. 12-01 want legitimately. '.-' —S.. Ernest,, official, Hotel modore; Newl.York. 'Com The. present crisis is. not a ques- ' . tion . pre of . : : w.ho . the Kuornin- . . . , tahg or -the -Cornrhunists. It is a question tit the Chinese people, their unity- and livelihood. — Mme. .Sun • Yat-sen, widow .Chinese- republic's founder. of 4 BY 12 NEW SHOP PLANER with motor. Coy Eusterling, Ross- Ion, Ark. Phone 22G3. 13-61 LOT USED .MOLDING, .. 2 and 4 inches wide. C. E. Weaver, Phone , r >G8-J. 13-31 Legal Notice SOFA BED AND MATCHING lounge chair, real good condition. West -nil St. Phone 750-J. 13-Ot, PRICED CHEAP. 19-10 FORD TU- dor sedan, radio, good tires, and motor. 1938 Chevrolet coupe with small built in bed for hauling. Lester Roberts, Phone 242. 18-H Wanted to Buy PAIR SMALL GROCERY SCALES :it reasonable price. Hobart D. Shirley, Phone 1097-W. 13-01 Complete service for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Pally 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner NOTICE Notice is hereby.. Hlyen that the directors o£.Spring Hill School District No.. 10 of Herripstead County will offer to -award a contract on sealed bids to be'opened at a meeting to Ue held at Spring Hill School, 8:00 P. M. on the 14th day of September, '.1946,, in Hempstead County, Arkansas, to purchase a- school bus chassis: of U94 or 200 .uiches wheel -base and a-school bus body between 21 ai«d 22 feet .long with a-seating .capacity of.nb(, less than BO, Bids shall be for equlprhent-meeting the minimum.specifications adopted.for school .bus' bodies and chassis by the Arkansas. Hijjhway-Commission and the 'State Board of -Education. The contract. Will • b« -awarded on basis of price and'quality. The Equipment is to be delivered as soon as possible pu't not later .than 10 days from-date of awarding of contract, The directova reserve the right to reject any'arid all bids. .For additional information write to J. W. Martin, Secretary Of Bpard of Directors at FU. One/Hope, Ark. Dated Ailg. 12.'J046. J.W.Martin ' . Secretary Aug. 13, 20, 1946 New York, Aug. 12 — Mr. Mo- lolov's castigallons of the American daily press, following those by llya Ehrenbeig, of Pravda, are a welcome provocation to self- praise by an institution that is, rarely moved lo answer attacks or acknowledge compliments. The press of the United States is the best in the world. H prints news, of course, but, beyond that, in return for the rights, and privileges which it enjoys, it has sought :OUl and corroded-evils in a career of crusades dating back to revolutionary days. In this phase, it has been a combination of the FBI since long before the existence of that bureau and a prosecuting arm of local, state and national governments. These services nave included fierce campaigns against the Ku Klux Klan II, of the twenties, in which individual editors and reporters knowingly invite assault by night and owners .took boycotts; fights on communism In the National governmenl and in the dominant party under Franklin Roosevelt; fights against the court packing- plan; exposees Of enor'm- jpus''corruption, by -arrogant corn- binations of railroad, promoters and crooked financiers and literally hundreds of. long and desperate brawls with"~r6Uen political machines in practically all our major cities and most of the'slates. The standard, Commercial Daily American Press which, so Molotov sijys, "is controlled by two or three bosses,' 'has defied the box- office pressure of advertisers and bankers and the incited howls of of _. of i Which are immeasurable because we cant' know what evils, would have thrived today but for the reforms thus wrought. The Russians obviously are embarrassed before the free element of the world for otherwise Molotov would have continued lo ignore criticisms of the Russian Press system which have pointed out a fatal defect of Communism and Nazism, alike, for many years. His defense is a counterattack, easily frustrated, which' will fail to divert attention from the fact that Ehren: berg, for example, would be shot for finding fault with'Stalin, Mo- iotov or ..the Red dictatorship. , The irritation became painful to .the..Russians .when the. Americans insisted on the same freedom for American reporters to travel and Hope's tournament team were ftdvlsed today they would play the winner of the Little Hock District playoff next Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. in the state softball tournament. The local lads are geared for action and even though the first game will be tough, consider it better to get over the hard obstacles first. Last night Hope Light Plant played headsup ball to clown the heretofore undefeated Cobb-Tooley team 9. to 8, to drop them from leadership of second half play. The Whiz Kids and Stewarts played a 10-10 tie when the game was called. Scheduled games tonight have been cancelled due to election. Defeat of Cobb-Tooley ner-Mash on lop with against no losses. Revised standings put Hef- 5 wins emotional' mobs in a long life public service, the benefits WANTED STENOGRAPHER Bookkeeping experience or training will be helpful. PRESCOTT AUTO CO. Prescott, Ark. [Radio Trouble Call 273 W NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Hy of Hope, .'Arkansas will accept bids for the-purchase of the hay >n the airpovt property at the Southwestern ' Proving -Ground for he year, 1946. , Bids'will,be"opened in the Office of Albert Graves,', Mayor at 10 o'clock A. :M., Thursday, August 13th. .The City reserves the right to Waive informalities and reject any and nil bids. ALBERT GRAVES, MAYOR Aug. 13, 1946 ADMIRAL • RADIOS • Battery A.. Phonograph . Combination Bob Elmore AH^O Supply NOTICE PICTURES FRAMED NICE^SELECTION OF NEW MOULDINGS CLYI>E FRITZ '••'.- PWone 399 AVENUE B GROCERY Whether your radio Is console or fits into your pocket — Our trained radio repairmen will do an expert job on it. Free Pick-up and Delivery Service SMITH'S RADIO SERVICE B15W. 6rh Phone 273-\ REMOVED FREE "Within.40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) U No Answer Phone 3158-R observe in Russia and 'to report honestly what they learned, • that Communists commonly enjoy in the United States. And it was unthinkable that the Russian people should be allowed to read in their press articles describing the privileges and • superior conditions of life prevailing among the serfs of capitalism here. Ehrenberg and his colleagues were allowed to travel where they would and, although his farewell to us was a snarl and a threat of war, written under official auspices by a spokesman for the official press of his country, this'hostility h.ad been anticipated and was only casually noted. He, on the other hand, justified the limitations placed on A-merican information from Russia, on the- ground that the American reporters were not Communists and theretone would not be sympathetic. ' : The common criticism of the American press offered by the Communists and by many frustrated second • rate American essayists, is that it is a commercial inslitution which sells advertising space and therefore is utterly beholden to those who buy it. The alternative, however, is either the Adless newspaper, the most recent of which has been rattling the cup lately after losing 4,000,000 in competition with more honest and. from the professional standpoint, incomparably better dailies, or the subsidized organ of a group or interest. As long as some papers sell advertising space, the Adless paper will fail commercially because the advertising revenue permits the commercial paper to hire betler reporters and writers and turn out a better product. The subsidized publication of. a political parly, such as the Worker, of Ihe Communists in New YorK, doesn't even profess to present honest, impartial treatment of news. The Worker, of course, not only accepts ads but, in a memorable instance, badgered the A. and P. stores for a sha,re of its advertising appropriation, but it doesn't get enough. Had 'the A, and P. yielded, the Worker Hefner Nnsh Cobb-Tooley Rephnns Lion Oil Moorcs Mkt Hope Light Stewarts . Whiz- Kids Wylie Boxscores: Stewarts W. Taylor, lb R. Fenwick, c . Baker, cf Tomlin, .ss Frills, 2b Miller,- 3b '. S. Fenwick, • rf . Light,-If-- .-..W. W. Taylor, p Whiz Kids Bearden, cf Albritton, • cf Garretl, 3b .... Morion, lb. c Wells, c, lb ... Ross, ss Rooker, rf McCullough, rf Reed, 2b Gjough, p ........ LaGrone, If Hope Light Messer, c . Phillips, lb Malone, ss . Martin, If .... Huckabv, ss Redland, cf ... Butler, rf .... Mitchell, 2b Chance, p .... W Pel. 1000 834 714 571 420 333 333 250 000 AB . 3 4 3 3 2 3. 3 1 2 H 2 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 I understand Jic.stole a bone from the warden's pup!" 24 10 8 1 2 2 2 2 3 1 0 2 3 3 ROUNDUP 21 10 a Cobb-Tooley R. White, ss B. While, c Ross, 3b Ferguson, cf F. Chance, If Tooley, rf Finley, lb .... McKee, 2b .... W. Chance, p .. 4 3 4 4 3 4 4 4 35 5 5 3 2 3 3 2 4 .. 3 i 0 1 I 1 1 2 1 1 9 4 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 2 \ Z 11 3 3 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 New York, Aug. 13 —(/P)— From "Holy Cross coach, picks army as here on in : , baseball attendance -- - . - •«"• —•likely will show whether this year's crowds are due to the popularity of the game itself or to the "showmanshin" lhal has turned up Ihis summer. . .Ihe American League pennant is jusl abo.ul decided and only two clubs are in the National League race and in a ordinary season Ihe crowds would begin falling off in other cities. . .but with MacPhail Co. in charge at Yankee stadium, Bill Veeck at Cleveland, the three "steam shovelers" reviving the Braves, Bob Carpenter just gelling some action with the Phillies and Frank McKinney, Bing Crosby, etc., taking over the Pirates, almost anything can — and probably will — happen. Save for Reference In the new official football guide (just out), Ox Da Grosa, Erudite 30 8 10 Scott to Reclossified for Draft Little Rock, Aug. 12 — (UP) — State Selective Service headquarters has notified draft board B in Union county that Clyde!! Scott, navy's former football star from Smackover, cannot remain in classification l-C, discharged. E. L. Compere, . director of Selective Service, said today that the Yesterday's Stars By The Associated Press Stan Musial, Cardinals — C lected four hils againsl Cubs, running streak to 12 hits in 14 at bats as St, Louis blanked Chicago, 5-0 Pete Reiser, Dodgers — Singled home Dick Whitman with winning run in seventh inning of 3-2 edge over Giants. Ed Bahr, Piralcs — Scallered seven-hits lo hand Cincinnati sev enlh straight lass, 3-2. COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. probably would not have changed its editorial policies. But no more have the commercial papers which calmly published the revelation, quite embarrassing to John Hartford, of A. and P., that he had loaned $200,000 to Elliott Roosevelt, and lost it. Nor did Mr. Hartford even suggest that the story be dropped or tempered. Papers which live on subsidies, whether from political, religious, racial or financial groups, exist only t.o serve the interests of those '.who support them, and objective .fairness is heresy in their columns. In New York, the Worker lired Howard Rushmore, its movie critic •and a party member, for refusing to change his opinion of "Gone With the Wind" and Rushmore aposta- Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main St, Tirol 10 Pack Away Your Winter Clothes '. Phone 76 We Pick UP and Deliver Put th«m in Moth Proof Baft t Plenty of Parking Space Cleaners HAIL'S Hotttrt 208 N. Fcrguion PhontT* COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elinore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1Q15-J We Sp9ciali|Ee in MOTOR REWINDING HARWICK'S Electric Service 114 p. Third St. H»p«, Arfc. bly over Red Blaik's violent pro— with Alabama close be- and Oklahoma Aggies and totre Dame as the other contend- rs Cor National honors. . .by the ime the season ends Ox likely will >e using all his 14 adjustments md compensations to explain what vent wrong with the forecast. Sports Before Your Eyes Walter E. Smith, who bought the Hambletonian winner, Chester- .own, for $40,000 a few days be- ore the race; gave driver Tommy Berry ,a $3,000 cut of his $28.047.56 winnings, $1,000 to trainer Harry Whitney and $500 lo caretaker Howard Knowlton. And seller Bill ane passed out checks to Whitney, Knowlton and Harry Filx.pat- rick after receiving Smith's $40.)00. . .fight fans will be soaked 1.50 on weekdays and $2 on week ends to see Tami Mauriello train Cor Joe Louis. . .at least they'll have a chance to sec Tami on his feet. Cards Push to Within Half Game of Bums By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer Stan Musial's slugging spree of 12 hits in his last 14 trips, coupled with the revival of the St. Louis pitching staff, have put the Cards only a half game or. one percentage point, back of the National leading Brooklyn Dodgers. Of big importance lo the Cardinal pennant aspirations is the recent form of Pitchers Johnny Boaz- ley and Al Erale. Manager Edclio Dyer has manipulated his staff all season so as to have Howie Toilet, Harry Brecheen and Murry Dickson ready for the Dodgers and the top tcnms, • only to have Bcazley and Brazle fail him- in the ncxl series. Beazley now has two straight wins and Brazle's three-hit, 5-0, job on Chicago yesterday may be an indication of things lo come. The Cubs find themselves daily settling back closer and closer lo, the fourth-place Boston Braves. Claude Passeau, who twisted his aching back attempting to field Marty Marion's slow' bouncer, in tho third inning, was. the loser as St. Louis came up with three runs jin the inning. . . " .. ' .. ' Brooklyn held the lead; by rallying with three runs in the seventh inning for a 3-2 decision over New York. Giant homers by Walker Cooper and ex-Dodger Jack Graham had given Ken Trinkle a 2-0 margin until four singles, a walk and. an error by Goody Rosen changed the story. . '! Vic Lombard! recorded his ninth in a row over 1 New York. He was lifted for'a pinch hitter and Ralph Branca finished. Cincinnati lost its seventh straight, bowing to Pittsburgh's Ed Bahr, 3-2; The rookie" righthander scattered seven " three doubles by Political Announcements The Star is authorized td announce the following at candidates subject to th« station of the Democratln ptlmary elections this Sutti* ttier: Circuit Judge LYLE BROWN DEXTER BUSH Hempsteod County For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County'Treasurer. MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SYVELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK FRANK RIDER For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER ARTHUR C. ANDERSON For Representative Post 2 TALBOT FEILD, JR. Nevada County For Sheriff and Collector OTIS LANGSTON hits, First including Baseman Bert Haas, to decision Ed Heusser. ' '•'..• Detroit -shaded Cleveland, 3-2, in 10 innings in the • only American League tilt, moving: to within two game's of the second place New York Yankees. Al Benton, who got the verdict, and George .Caster teamed up on a three-hit pitching job to defeat Joe' Berry; LAWNMOWERS Repaired and Sharpened; • ; 30 Years Experience' . I specialize in Repairs and Sharpening M. C. BRUCE .. Phone 1107-J So. Main St. A scheduled Browns night out. Others were not scheduled. Chicago-St, Louis game was rained FOR—Dependable and Quick • PLUMBING SERVICE • PHONE 933 No Job Too Large or Too Smart • ANDERSON BROS. • outh Arkansas board properl} lassified Scott some two 'veek ago, but under new regulation massed June 29, his classification nust be changed. We notified all boards of that act,' Compere said, "as the same decision affects other men in the late just as it affects Scotl.' 'The new regulations require hal in order to carry the 1-C discharged classification, a man nust have served six months ac- ive service other than a 'course of instruction in a university, col- ege or similar institution of leaning,. National Selective Service headquarters told Compere that Annapolis is an institution of higher learning. S,cott, who resigned from Annap- olis''some time ago and announced that he would attend the University, of Arkansas this fall, may be placed in any one of seven classi tications before being declared 1-A or eligible for military duty. These classifications include ministers, fathers, physically unfit, farmers, men deferred because of extreme hardship, and other "similar cases. If the board find that Scott does ;iot fit any of these classifications then it must place him in 1-A, eligible I'o service, or in 1-A-O or 4E (conscientious objectors), Com- tized and became an interesting and reliable authority on the political and intellectual antics of his late comrades. Had a commercial paper canned a reviewer for thio reason the incident would have been so rare as to have been scan dalous but, occurring in the Work er, it caused only momentary amusement in a limited circle Meanwhile, a dozen or more syn dicated commentators daily i'lou the owners' policies in hundreds o commercial papers. Silas Bent, a reporter of mnn> years' experience, not entirely pleasant, in the American press nevertheless wrole a few years ago a tribute called "Newspape Crusaders" in which he said: "M; purpose has been to illuhiinate in charcter of the newspaper as a crusader and the results accom plished. Too little attention ha been paid by everybody to a nor mal and immensely import un function of the daily press and have set about to make amends." I agree that while we are not self-critical to a serious fault, v <* of the American press seldom call attention to this valuable service of ours. That might be a culpable neglect, due to modesty and dignity, because, in the process of giving information to the people, we owe it to them to point out why the American press is the best there is and what it has done to deserve its freedom. Pendergast, Judge Manlon, the last Tammany regime. Abe Reuf, jn San Francisco, crooked machines in Cincinnati, Minneapolis. Philadelphia and St. Louis, Huso Black's membership in the Ku Klux Klan, rascality in the Siicro sanct union movement, swindles engineered from the White House and graft on the presidential office, great reforms and public improvements of great benefit, all are stars in our crown and yet we keep the dam thing in the attic. pere said. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new and new beds made too — We Call for and Deliver Anywhere One day service? in town — Bargains In Secondhand Furniture ALU WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Hotel FOR Local Flights and CHARTERED FLIGHTS also Flight Instructions APPLY AT THE HOPE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 . Hope, Ark. Doug (PDTV Carl Bacon V»»l E I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Industrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairs Phone 784 NOTICE 1 : Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 County Ave. Texarkana, Arkansas WE • CLEAN 'EM, ' • REPAIR 'EM ' • PAINT 'EM . • ADJUST 'EM • RE-GORD 'EM • RE-TAPE 'EM Manufacturers of New Custom- Made Metal Venetian Blinds FREE ESTIMATE, PICK-UP, DELIVERY, INSTALLING on your fire insurance: We can give you complete . protection, and save you at least 20% on your insurance",) cost. Your life insurance ' pays dividends, why not your fire insurance? iS MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Non-Assessable Legal Reserve 108 East 2nd Phone 221 REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division St. Mechanics: CARL JONES FRANK YARBROUGH Complete Repair Shop Body and Fender Shop Complete Paint Shop PIANOS JusHleceived — 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 • Texarkcna, U. S. A. 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 LOOK AT YOUR CAR? HAVE IT WASHED and GR Phone 422 Today Let us'wash your car in our AUTO LAUNDRY. We. will pick it up, wash, it, grease it, and clean it inside and out. Done by experienced and qualified lubrication men. Ask About Steam Cleaning • CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS HEFNER NASH CO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 CASH- ••• ' n 10 Minutes! Borrow money from us on your cor, or almost anything of value. We'll lend you oil you need if we possibly can, regardless of where you live. The more you want the better we like it. Ten minutes usually gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. Me lorry, at Hope Auto Co.

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