Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 10, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 10, 1942
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[ossified Salt UfcgD ins! Chairs, Tables' Stoves, sad many other items all In condition with reasonable Also highest prices paid for „_ Jfurnitufe. FRANKLIN FUR- PftttRB CO, South fijfft Street 9-lmc. ; FORD RADIO AND HEATER. ^/5jla original eartons. Bargains. See Mr Dennis, Cain's Tourist Court. 5-3tp Wanted to Buy 4 OR 5 ROOM HOUSE IN HOfiE. In good condition and priced right. See or Call Pete Shields at B & B Grocery. 6-3tp Refrigeration GRASS HAY. 25c PER &S 'mm and frOe delivery if bought by Jfe fcale load. W. H. Burke, Hope. 3. 6-3tp SERB IX5O. PERFECT RETRIEVER, i Also usad Typewriter Good con- i ^fioft. S19.95. Car Heater for S10. ' See- Wade Warren, Phone 336. 6-3tp 35 CHEVROLET lu. TON TRUCK. new motor. 2% yard water line, dump bed. Good Rubber. See t "Warren Undley at M. L. Nelson j, \Stere, Blevins. ' 7-3tp MULES, PLOW TOOLS OF ALL \, kinds. Plow gear. See A. N. Stroud, Washington. Arkansas. 10-lrnp 193S CHEVROLET COUPE. NEW 'Tires. Motor Al. See car at Archer Motor Co James Allder. 10-ltp ..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, Emmet Ark. J. R. Williams. 2-6tp Furniture For Sale IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Soenger Theater for better prices on furniture see "a- 21-3Ctc Trailers For Sale GOOD TRAILER HOUSE, 22 FT., with shelgas stove. Cheap at once. Located 1 block west, % block north of Paisley School. On old Highway 6T- 10-6tp For Safe Miscl. HEGISTERED POINTER PUPPIES, * best bloodlines. Cockers, Bostons. Boarding. Stud Service. Padgitt's Kennels. 2 Miles So. 6-lmo-p Notice "WHO WANTS A PIANO? USED Upright. Fairly modern. Thoroughly re-conditioned to give years of ^ service. 515 down, %1 monthly, or 4125 cash. Drop us a card. Beasley Music Co., Texarkana. 6-6tp Lost !, RED JERSEY COW, 8 YEARS OLEL ];>, weiffit?800.'Stub right liorn. Stra?# 5 miles west of PreScott Homer Prescott, Ark. 2-6tp LIGHT .TAN FEMALE FOXHOUND f name Ludie. South of Washington, i If found please advise Bob Levins, Washington, Ark. 3-3tp Form For Rent RICH DIRT. LAND FARM. 60 ACRES _ in cultivation. Party must be able 'to furnish themselves. Apply 116 . West Ave. D Hope. 6t-dh 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 TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, KITCH- en. Out east on No. 4 about 3V> miles. C A. Fuller. 10-3tc " TWO FURNISHED APARTMENTS. $19 each" per month. 2 miles on Springhill Road. W. H. Bryant. 10-3tp 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. 8-1 te DELIVERY BOYS FOR PAPER routes. Call at Jack's News Stand. 5-3tc THE REDUCED RATE ON READER'S Digest will continue until January 15. If interested, telephone Mrs. Theo P. Witt at 114. 2-3tc Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Rostov, important Russian city and gateway to the oil-rich Caucasus, was captured by Germans but Red Army quickly drove them out. 2. Luzon, largest Philippine island, was scene of first Japanese attack on that American Passes- sion. • 3. T>= British colony Sarawak, rich in ' ar--' _ber, is on island of Borneo, which Japanese want to bring into Far Eastern "New Order." 4. Guam, tiny U. S. outpost in the Pacific, was first American possession to fall to Japanese. 5. Kobe is one of the largest and most important industrial cities in Japan. Nearly 4,000 more peopye were accidentally killed in 1940 than in 1939. • STORIES IN STAMPS A knife-like wedge on the hoofs of caribou enables them to travel over ice at great speed. •*•••>•• •^ Territory of Papua Escapes War to Date QNE of the few outposts or the British empire untouched so far by the greedy hand of war is .the Territory of Papua, or British New Guinea. ! Most common among the ships in Papua's three ports is the na- '.tive vessel shown on the stamp above, issued by the territorial authorities about 1908. w Papua is part of the Island of New Guinea, just off the northern coast of Australia. A protectorate was established over the territory in 1884 after the Government of Queensland annexed the land in 1883. In 1906 it was named the Territory of Papua under the jurisdiction of the governor-general of Australia, with a lieutenant-governor of its own. Approximately 200,000 natives and 1500 Europeans inhabit the land, which is cultivated chiefly for cocoanuts, rubber and sisal. Recently copper mines have been worked there with exports reaching nearly $1.QOO,000 annually. stor Hope Star ' Hope*, !809j Ptta 192/, C <fat«d January 18, 1929. Published jwy wewk^ay aft* few by .. _ Jfor PublltMM Co. Inc. J C «,* E c. P ? l P1! J , and » A ' t * H - Washburn) of th» Star buiUflhg, 312-214 South Walnuf . street, Hope, Ark. Altt. Entered as second" ctess motter at th* Postofficft at Hope, Arkdnsdj, under the Act of March 3, 1897. ,k,*A%''\fy—Weans Associated Press (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n SubJctfpftan Rate {Always Payable In •\dvan<:e): By city carrier, per week 15c; Hempsteod, Nevada, toward, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3:50 per year; elsewhere $4. SO. A. S* th f A**«laN><» f'en: Thl Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the us* tor republlcatlon of ofl news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. Notional Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dallies. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn.. Sjerick BuiMing; Chicago, XOO North ^"£'0°" Avnue- New Yorfc City, 507 JL'fth Avenue- betrdit, Mich., 2842 W Bhfc ' 6klanoma Cl 'y- 414 Termino Charges on Tributes, «*.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cords of thanks resolutions or memorials, concerning the departed. Commera&l newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space- no^TT en 3 oria '£- The , S , tor disclaims responsibility for th» safe-keeping or return of ony unsolicited manuscripts. Help Defense, Spray Trees Soys Farmers Should Order Bug Blitz Materials Oliver L. Adams, county agent said today that the best defense fruit and truck crop growers this year will be a well-timed offense, but warned that growers who delay ordering repair parts for their dusting and spraying equipment may iot be prepared for effective action when the 1942 bug blitz begins. Orders for parts must be placed as soon as possible to ensure adequate production and timely delivery, according to word received by the county agent from Earle K. Rambo of the University of Arkansas College of. Agriculture. The Agriculture engineer said that manufacturers of farm machinery repair parts have a high priority rating, but he pointed out that only enough parts are being uroduced to meet grow, ers* needs, as indicated by their orders. Rambo urged fruit and truck growers I to check over every piece of machinery that will be needed to prepare I soil, plant, cultivate, spray, dust, nad i harvest the 1942 fruit and truck crops. ' It is particularly important, he said, ' ot test pumps for pressure leaks and to clean last season's insecticides out of pipes and nozzles. Bet They Rename it the 'Fish Bowl" OKLAHOMA CITY-(/P)—The late dust bowl, now a land of green pastures, soon may ,be raising fish for defense. Nelson H. Newman, state game warden, said lakes constructed in Oklahoma as a part of a water conservation program might be properly cultured and stocked to raise crops of good eating fish. He estimated it is possible to rear several hundred pounds of fish annually on farms with several ponds of good size. The suggestion is being studied by officials of other states where soil and water conservation programs of dust bowl days resulted in the construction of hundreds of stock and irrigation ponds. Sales of retail stores during the first ten months ending October increased 19 per cent above last year, the Department of Commerce says. OUR BOARDING HOUSE EGfcO, JAKE/ IF I MUST SAV IT, PYRAMIDS ARB- MERE DUST BESIOB NOUR GARGANTUAN m/> *"~ ROBBING CTUUETOF*IO LIKE A /ft ROA.t) AGE^T/'^*'AND hiOVM VOL) #.\ BOLDLS CO^A^AA^iDEHR NW BEST 2.J PACTAMA9/^^ FATHER WAS PROPHETIC WtAENJ HE VOU TO A THlSTLH IM MEADOW/ with . . . Major Hoople WELL., FOLKS, c>EETWE NICE ^ BIS ULV FLOATING ON TKE ^ POND/^*«, YOU'RE NOT FOOL- IM6 VOU*RE BECAUSE VOO OF HtTTiMG JULIET 1 IT BURNS VOU UP < KF-JNDSOIV\ER. VOU/ .HVCT, ALL- OUT WAR FOR THE COVERS' MOM STAR. HOPE, ARKANSAS t-.-l^.t, „.!.. „!...,. -. llt T WASH TUBBS , January 10, 1^42 ' By Roy Crane WELL, BY . . wev/ea woticED IT BEFORE... SO HE 60ESJ A SMOOTH OLD RASCAL,.W61L, LET'S LEAVES OUft THlWfiS AND &O k JDOWN TO DlMWEfe , POPEYE The Admiral Sticks Out His Neck OWfe THIW6 t LIKE ABOUT THESE ORIENTAL CITIES, YOU NEVER aeiw6 TO HAPPEN NEXT. A CHAP ON HIS METTLE! i SAY! IS ANYTHWa vd(50N<3>? WU'RE NERVOUS IM NOT ACCUSTOMED TO WAITERS !=r LE'S CdBT OUT OH THA'-b OKAV- OF HERt, B'FORE = I MAM USED TO ' JUS'A MIMMIT. . A ^.UJELL IDEA COMB HAPPENED TO i> TO MP — U)E KIM IT BM NOlO f^F^?; HAVE A LITTLE n£==iiS PUM LUH OSCAR. Thimble Theater .' ARFJ 'AT'6. EMOLJtdH OP THAT.' I IUILL )• HAPTA GET BUSV AM'BUILDUPTHEJ-- f 5PIMACHOVA M B'f=ORe THEY FIRES ME DONALD DUCK He Doesn't Believe in Signs! By Walt Disney WARNING Norto BE U5EDFOR FREIGHT BLONDIE Sabotage in Camp Bumstead! By Chic Young _ THIS FT-OOR WAO JUST BEEN POUSHEP? [ WHV THEY CANT > TELL ME THESE ^_ TMIW6S / THAT'S THE PEOPLE GET iLfeC!?S5r^V. i BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin RED RYDEft VJE SOT ALL THE "DUCHESS^ GRU8-' NOW WE^R-E REAO-r To GO—LET'S SET THE: 05LONEL' By Fred Harmon SKINNUfA CARD •vRPS — /" Bc.fCHUrV JUST SO HE IXDrt'T SKIN THE "DUCHESS OUT OF A. THOUSAND "DOLLARS HIS THOROUGH DREO HOSS SCHEME / HI,COLONEL YOU OLD CROOK.-' ALLEY OOP ByV.T. Hamlin 50 r CAJO'T GIT-AWAV WITH THIS, EH? VNEU-, WOTTA YA THIWK ABOLJT IT WOW? AMD SO WE F»MD THIS EEMARKABLE DEEPUV EWGROSSED IM THE SCIEWTIST'S FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser WELL, we HAVP NO CAR NOW —-AMD ITS TWO MILES TO SCHOOL / YEAH. THIS is A NEW MODE OF TRAVEL / . AIN'T IT WJONOERFiJL/ THERE'S REALLY NOTHIN© To IT— ALL YOU DO IS PICK UP YOUR DOGS AND PUT THEM DOWN AGAIN — AND YOU MOVH AHEAD.' WE USED To TO SIT BEHIND A WHEEL AND PUSH DOWN ON A THROTTLE- NOW ALL s. we HAVE- FRECK- TO DO IS- You SAV you KNOW WHO APDED HIS NAME To OURS AT THE RIVIERA ? WHAT WILL SCIENCE THINK OF- NEXT? YEP-—AN' IF I CAN WATCH THH FIGHT. I'LL GIVE YOU HIS NAME / CHEERFUL EARFUL / _ *2 BY NEA.SERVICE. IWC «• J?*2 BY NEA.SERVICE. T.M.jiEq. U. S. PAT. OFf

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