Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 8, 1942 · Page 4
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Classified For Sal* _..,.„ fr? BUYING USED FURNt- we Item us! Chairs, Tables, Stoves, JJBeds, and many other Items all in »»d condition with reasonable t ' t>rices. Also highest prices paid for teed furniture. FRANKLIN FUR. NECURE CO., South Elm Street 9-lmc. ^ MtiLES, CORN, 75c PER BUSHEL „ it crib. Plow tools, all kinds. Plow gear. See A. N. Stroud, Washington, * Ark. 13-ltnp -,1942 FORD RADIO AND HEATER. :Ih original cartons. Bargains. See Mr ' Dennis, Cain's Tourist Court. 3-3tp JOHNSON GRASS HAY. 2Sc PER bale and free delivery if bought by 125 bale load. W. H. Burke, Hope, 1 Route 3. 6-3tp |Y BIRD DOG. PERFECT RETRIEVER. p '< Also ussd Typewriter Good condition. 519.95. Car Heater for $10. 1 See Wade Warren, Phone 355. 6-3tp ; REGISTERED POINTER PUPPIES, best bloodlines. Cockers, Bostons. f/- Boarding. Stud Service. Padgitt's - Kennels. 2 Miles So. 6-lmo-p 9 .CHEVROLET 1% TON TRUCK, new motor. 2M> yard water line, dump bed. Good Rubber. See Warren Lindley at M. L. Nelson , Store, Blevins. 7-3tp Real Estate For Sale 160 ACRE FARM, 1 MILE SOUTH of Fulton, 120 acres timber land within 2 miles Patmos, .7 houses in Hope. Night, Phone 337, Hope; Day Phone 860-F-3-1, Emrnet. Ark 3. R. Williams. 2-6tp Furniture For Sole IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture see us- 21-30tc Trailers For Sale FOR SALE—NEW ROYAL. HOT floors, permanent bed, air con- •ditioned. Also new American Stage 'Coaches. Roy Craft used trailers. >Buy on two years, as low as 10% .down. Call or see, Thebna Stephens -Darwins Camp, Highway 4, North. 24-'til Jan 6p For Sale Misel. BADGITTS PEDIGREED PUPPIES 'for Presents. Will hold for Christ- .TOBS delivery if desired. Cockers, Bostons, Chows and Pointers. Padgitts Kennels. 20-lmp Notice WE VULCANIZE TIRES AND TUBES "Ted's Esso Service Station. 3rd and ,Hazel,f Phone 324. 30-6tp WHO WANTS A PIANO? USED 'Upright Fairly modern. Thoroughly re-conditioned to give years of service. *?15 down, §7 monthly, or J5125 cash. Drop us a card. Beasley 1 Music Co., Texarkana. 6-6tp O. .K. RUBBER WELDING. ALL work guaranteed or money refunded. .'South Hazel St. Kennedy & Gar- j-ison. 2-6. Wonted DELIVERY BOYS FOR PAPER ; routes. Call at Jack's News Stand. 5-3tc THE REDUCED RATE ON READER'S , J>igest will continue until January i 15. If interested, telephone Mrs. Theo P. Witt at 114. 2-3tc Wanted to Buy 4 OR 5 ROOM HOUSE IN HOPE. In good condition and priced right. See or Call Pete Shields at B & B Grocery. 6-3tp Lost ", RED JERSEY COW, 8 YEARS OLD, weight 800. Stub right horn. Strayed 5 smiles west of Prescott Homer Graham, Prescott, Ark. 2-6tp LIGHT TAN FEMALE FOXHOUND, name Ludie. South of Washington. If (found please advise Bob Levins, Washington, Ark. 3-3tp For Rent ONE SIX-ROOM HOUSE, WATER and Lights. Just out of city limits on road to Proving Ground. See William Stephenson. 6-3tp SMALL FURNISHED COTTAGE, IN city, west on old Fulton road. For couple only. R. E. Brown. 7-3tp Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE — WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring, motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c Wanted WANTED MEN AND WOMEN, 18-45 VITALLY needed by aircraft factories. You must be trained and in good physical condition. See our representative, Mr. Mills at Roosevelt Hotel today, Thursday or Friday for full information. AIRCRAFT TRAINING SCHOOLS, Dallas. 7-2tp. WAITRESS WANTED—EXPERIENCE —None other need apply. Snack Shop, 3rd and Shover. 8-ltc Salesman Wonted WANTED — ROUTE MAN. GOOD opening. Sell, deliver Rawleigh Products year around, steady work, large profits Write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKA-118-137, Memphis, Tenn. U.S.-Canada Trade Walls War Brings Two Powers Closer Than Ever By JOHN GROVER The war is slowly erasing the 5,000 mile boundarj- between the U. S. and Canada. Never a formidable barrier in the 125 years of peace, the line moved closer to limbo when the Canadian- American Joint War Production Board recommended abolition of tariff bars between the two nations. Tariff barriers were reduced to statutory mininum under the present reciprocal trade pact, but even that seems pretty silly, between partners in a life-and-death World War. That's the reason for the joint board's recommendation. As things stand now, some of the most critical munitions items must hurdle tariff fences. For instance, machine tools and airplanes imported into the TJ. S,' must pay a 30 per cent ad valorem duty. Lumber faces a 52 clip per thousand feet Scrap steel—which we magnanimously furnished the Japs for bombs—can't go into tanks and guns in the U. S. until it pays a duty of 75 cents a ton if imported. Legislative action will be needed to level those tariff walls. It's a safe bet that Congress will quickly correct that ridiculous between-allies situ ation. The joint board's declaration is an important indication of the way allied leaders are thinking. The mental attitudes evolving now will influence the reconstructing when the war is won. The kind of world we'll live in when the fighting's ended is being built now in the minds of the men who'll fashion it then. Winston Churchill, before Congress hinted at closer ties between the U. S. and the empire as a necessity of future peace. Cordell Hull, secretary of state, has been a lifelong advocate of free trade. His reciprocal trade pacts, backed all the way by President Roosevelt, were sucessfullly in opera tion before the world went crazy. So the Canadian-American declare tion for abolition of tariffs is a signi ficant straw in the wind. In effect, the proposal would mean economic "union now" between the two largest counuit's inNorrh America. It is unlikely such a proposal would have been math but for the war. 1m portant thing is, however, • that, if passed, it will have been in effect for some time when the war is over and will Hope Star Star of Hop*. 1899; p r «w 1927, Consolidated January 13, 1979. Published every weekday after noon by „ „ Star PublfsWno Co. Inc. CC. E. Palmer and Alex H. Woshburn) at th« Star bulWing, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. Altt. H. WASHBURN, R Id P |r"'an'd Publhher Entered as second class matter at th« Postoffice ot Hope. Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. ......' Ap )—Means Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscription Rote [Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c- Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3:50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Pren: Th£ Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. National Advertising ftepresentotlve*- ArkaAsai Dollies. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn. Stenck Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avnue; New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue: Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Bldg. Charoes on Tributes, Etc.: Chorae will be mode for oil tributes, cards of thanks resolutions, or memorials, concerning the deoarted. Commercial newspapers hold to I . S?,** ln tne ncws columns to pro- I e f*. * heir readers from a deluqe of space- t°kirtb memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility for th» safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Frank Leahy succeeded Elmer Layden as Notre Dame University football coach, Feb. 3. 2. On Feb. G, John G. Winant was named U. S. Ambasador to London, succeeding Joseph B. Kennedy. S.Alfonso, deposed king of Spain, renounced Spanish throne in favot-'of his son, Juan, on Feb. 13. 4. Robert Minor on Feb. 24 became head of U. S. Communist Party, -succeeding Earl Browder, sent to prison. 5. Anthony Eden and President Inonu conferred Feb. 28 on possible closer co-operation between Britain and Turkey. be on firm ground. It's indicated that the joint board's recommendation presages the end of the economic nationalism that grew up in the 1930's and culminated in the current conflict. In that decade nations competed to bulid the largest trade walls. Secretary Hull and a few other long-range thinkers sought to halt the trend. They failed then, but the authors of the restrictive trade measures have been dargely discredited in the dem- orcracies since then. Men like Hull and President Roosevelt are in lhe| fort, and they aim to eliminate such saddle- directing the present war ef- barriers between all nations when peace comes. Before and After Tire Retreading Here's the change that comes over an old tire during a re- treading treatment. A New York tire shop attendant exhibits before-and-after samples. OUR BOARDING HOUSE WE WANT TO TIP VOU OFF JULIET-^ THERE v/>> A WILD ANIMAL IN THE :£/ House/^ IF JAKE HITS VPU FOR A LOAN 3 PRETEND^ YOU'RE r HARo op HEA ING AND START TALKING NEAH, WHEN HE'S BROKE. HE <3ETS ABHAR, TRAP FOR AND CWLDRESi >{ IS FRQST- with . . . Major Hoople 'ALWAYS BEEN EA9V TARGET TOR A \ TOUCH /wu* MUST BE A S^LLV STREAK, X INHERITED FRO/W 6RANDPA,WHO H MADE A HOBBVlfA BET I | OF FINANCING \M OVER,-, PERPETUAL. iB LOOKED.' MOTION ^ ^ ,a) \\\\ BAP EA $AV TH At- COPR. 18 . T.^. REG, u. f. P*T- MOM STAft, HOPt, ARKANSAS Thursday, Jonuary 8, WASH TUBBS We Can't Wait Bv Roy Grand t / r MB. MAttSAM HU2ZAH! THREE CHEERS! 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