Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 14, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 14, 1942
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IP? Classified You can talk to only ot> i man Want Ads talk to Thousands SILL, RENT, BUY OR SWAP |V, Alt Want Ads cash in advance. Not taken over the Phono 9M llm«— 2e w«n», minimum 30e «* Hm«« 5t word, minimum 7Se Three Nme»—JVic wort, minimum JOc One month—18e word, minimum $2.70 Rates are for continuous ln*er»<aru only 'THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL' For Sole SAVE BY SUYINQ USED FURNI- ture from usl Chairs, Tables, Stoves, Beds, and many other items all in good condition with reasonable prices. Also highest prices paid for , Used furniture. FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO., South Elm Street. 9-lmc. : MULES, PLOW TOOLS OF ALL kinds. Plow gear. See A. N. Stroud, Washington, Arkansas. 10-lmp GNE GOOD PAIR COUNTER ; Scales. Also 200 bales grass hay. See Middlebrooks • Gro. 14 3tc. Furniture For Sole IDEAL" FURNITURE STORE HAS moved nest door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture sec •as. 21-30tc Trailers For Sale GOOD TRAILER HOUSE, 22 FT., wzth shelgas stove. Cheap at once.' Located 1 block west, % block north of Paisley School. On old Highway 67. 10-6tp For ScJe Miscl. REGISTERED POINTER PUPPIES, best bloodlines. Cockers, Bostons. , Boarding. Stud Service. Padgitt's Kennels. 2 Miles So. 6-lmo-p Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE — WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring, motors. Kelty Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-C Lost i BLACK PAINTED STEP LADDER. Lost between Missouri -Pacific freight depot and Bundy'sservice station. Call Hope Water and Light Plant. 14-3tp For Rent LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS * for two adults. 104 West Ave. E. 14-3tp. Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. John Paul Jones said, Surrender. hell, I havn't begun to fight." during the Revolution as his ship, the Bonhomme Richard burned during battle with the English. 2. Oliver Hazard Perry messaged "We have met the enemy and they are ours," after defeating the Br-i tish fleet on Lake Erie in the war of 1812. ahead," ordered David C. Farragut at the Battle of Mobile Bay during the Civil War. 4. Adm. George Dewey told Gridley to fire when ready at the Spanish-American Battle of Manila Bay. 5. With 2 bullets in his body, Capt. James Lawrence said to his crew, "Don't give up the ship," during the battle off Boston in War of 1812. Star ot HpgeStpr doted January 18, 1929.' STAR. H0»i t Alt KANSAS Published *v«rv wo«l«5ay after noon by ,_ , jSfnr Publishing Co. Inc. JC. 6, Palmer and Alex H. Washbum) o» th. Star bulWlng. 212-2) "south street, Hope, Ark. . M. Pub.,*., matt«r at the r«cA, (A ?,'~ Mc ?. ns Associated Press INCA)—-Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subserlptlor Rote {Always Payable In y N 1ei(yJearrier ' P cr w< ** ISc; , Nevada, Howard, Miller ond Ihere 011 "" 65 ' $33 ° ""' year; ™ Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to ™»,H!! fof republication of all news dis- to '* or "°t otherwise ESS,. 0 "" ° ls ° fh Notional Advertising feeprcserltotlve— Arkansas Dollies. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn Boi ' dina ; Chicago, 400 North Avnue i New York City, S07 ?" ? ,I 1Ue A,., £ £ fro ' f ' Mlch - 2 °<2 W. lvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Termina Charge: on Tributes, Etc.: Charae will h* a " tributes -' cards ° ? »&" * or memo , r '°>s, concerninq thi ? m '!3? feto ' n ^9°Pers hold to in the news columns to pro! * helr feeders from o deluge of space- ria , l £- The « S , tar disclaims ret for the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts ONE ROOM FURINSHED APART- ment 1002 West Ave. B. 14—ltp ROOM, PRIVATE ENTRANCE, kitchen priviliges. Utilities furnished. Mrs. M; L. Howard, Washing, Ark. 40 ACRE FARM. 10 MILES FROM . Hope. See Middlebrooks Gro. 14—3tc. ONE ADULT WHEEL CHAIR—Phone I} H2. Mrs. E. J. Baker. 14-3tp. ^ "RICH DIRT LAND FARM. 60 ACRES in cultivation. Party must be able to furnish thernselves. Apply lie 6t-dh jv;; w *t**.***a4i uityilScl' f*. Wesf Aye. D Hope. Notice i O. D. MIDDLEBROOKS, DULY AP- pointed delinquent personal tax collector for Hempstead County, will be at the HOPE FURNITURE CO'. , each Friday and Saturday to collect . 1940 delinquent personal tax. Those , delinquent call. - 13-3tp ~ SIGNS — SIGNS — SIGNS • Transparent - Gold Leaf - Painted. No job too large or too small. Work guaranteed. Phone 567-R. 12-6tp IN STAMPS Freight Report I gff^yffjpfja^. Defenses at Manila Rushed to Completion QUAIL HUNTERS, RABBIT HUNT- ers and Oil Hunters are welcome to hunt on my lands in Hempstead county. H. E. Bemis. 14-3tp Wonted 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 Barlow Hotel, Thursday > Or Friday for full information. • AIRCRAFT TRAINING SCHOOLS ' Dallas. 13_ 3tp . Business Opportunities ACCOUNT OF OTHER BUSINESS - will sacrifice Miniature Golf Course in- Hope. See Floyd Porterfield W Front St Phone 101. 15-gtp , once the most vuiner* able city under the American, flag, is now one of the most' strongly defended of U. S. outposts in the warring Pacific. Manila's position in the Philippine Island group is shown on the map stamp above, issued in 1937 to commemorate the Eucharistic Congress there. Direct attack on the city from the sea is blocked by the island fortress of Corregidor, at the' mouth of Manila Bay. Although Japanese forces have landed in isolated parts of Luzon and other, islands, their path to the capital! is blocked by mountains and miles of swamp. Manila is ill-defended against air raids, for shelters could ndt be constructed under ground. Water \ is reached at a depth of six feetj Recently created civilian defense groups are prepared to evacuate the city if the U. S. planes are unable to stop Japanese air attacks. The greatest threat to the, islands and Manila is that of| blockade, which would precipitate! a food problem. However, as the. defenses for civilians and soldiersi were rushed to completion before' the Japanese invasion, reserve, food supplies were cached in stra- legic spots. By PAUL GESNER AP Financial Writer NEW YORK-Revenue ton-miles of freight transported by the nation's railroads totaled around 450,000000000 in 1941, the largest in the nation's history, carrier traffic experts estimate The 1941 aggregate compares with 373,225,000,000 ton-miles of freight moved in 1940 and 447,321,000,000 in 1929, the previous record high. The ton-mile — most accurate measure of freight volume— represents transportation of one ton of freight one mile. Freight loadings at 42,590,000 cars for 1941 are not the largest in history yet the volume of freight handled, as measured by ton-miles, is at a record, That is because freight cars today are substantially bigger than they were in ly^i?. As a result of the big freight movement, gross operating revenues of ClassI roads as a group for 1941 will be approximately ?5,330,000,000 the largest since 1930, and compared with 54,296,600,000 in 1940. Net income after all taxes and charges for 1941 will be in the vicinity of $500,000,000, compared with $198,000 - To handle heavy war traffic expected in 1942, the roads have ordered more rolling stock. At present the carriers as a group have around 125,000 new freight cars on order, compared with 66,655 a year ago. t North Dakota's population declined from 680,845 in 1930 to 639,690 in 1940. Legal Notice Notice of Sale—Notice is hereby given that the undersigned mortgagee in a mortgage executed by R. L. Gamble to the United States on the 2 day of April, 1941 and duly filed in the office of the Recorder in and for Hempstead County, Arkansas; the said R. L. Gamble having waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the State of Arkansas; pursuant to the powers granted under the terms of the aforementioned mortgage, and by the laws of the State of Arkansas, will on the 14 day of January, 1942 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said date, at R L Gamble's farm in the County of Hempstead, State of Arkansas, offe for sale to the highest and best bid der for cash, the following describe property, to-wit: 1 black mare mill Kit, 900 Ibs., 3; 1 sorrell mare mul Pat 900 Ibs., 3; 1 Dixie cooker; McCormick-Deering Cultivator' Avery middle burster; 1 Ga. Stock- John Deere Wagon; 1 John Deer Planter. Witness my hand this th 13 day of Jan., 1942, United States o America, By John V. Ferguson, Act mg County Supervisor. Legal Notice ESTltAY NOTICE Taken up one White Faced Bu Yearling about 7 months old, found o my farm in October, 1941. Jesse Hill, Route 1, Hope. 13-6tp OUR BOARDING HOUSE OK AVjFSLLA, ROUNDHOUSE ^ _ 6OOGAN IS ALL. VOUP.S/ YOU WON YOURSELF THE. TOUGHEST BRUISER SINCE CSfeM MAC,, „ HITS A MAN LIKE LOADED DICE/ . -^EV'RV TIME ZTOE LOUIS HEARS" • HIS NANAE,HE GOES TO BED WITH A /** I \ II t ~f /v i iy.Lilv«*.j..._y t>*^_ _^S f ROUNDHOUSED .MEET YOUR. NEW with . . . Major Hoople WELL; X THOUGHT THIS WAS A ^ POKER G^rAEj BUT rr'S BE£=N ^ PARCHES* ~~ ME WA<STIN' M |TALENTS <olY. HOURS To WIN: ? $37.50 AN V A HEAVYWEIGHT/ ^-C'MON, BATTLER jLE'S GO -"*< X HOPE YOU'RE IN SHAPE, BECAUSE WHERE WE'RE SOI' VOU'LL HAYE TO 6LU6 YOUR WAV AN OOT80X A BROOM WASH TUBBS EH? M3U AM AMERICAN? WELL —ALMOST. AT OMB T1M6 LIVE INI HOLLYWOOD WHERS I FORTH6 MOVIES. BUT SOMEHOW! ,MOT CLICK— j DO MOT SW AHl BUT 1 LOVE . APPRECIATE ALL VOU Do FOR N\Y CHINA! HOW 1 AT3MIRE THE MEM -SO BI6 ANb STKON6 — LIKE The Best, Abdulla! I WcdheiJdy, January 14,1943 AII i*|L .i*L^I"_ \ *-in|r-w» wwrv^K i rnwo ns WKGN0"* 5, H J^L W J^ E )^ ^P«y,9r,. F !^. SH THE bWrJER •££!#***» y^2'ABPWLIA! HAVPTHECHtl ^A P 555fS. B FOR THE QEMTLEMEW OUR ROOM By Roy Crone POPEYE -VSR THE (JUHOLB^ "5PINACHOVA NAW- 1 HAFTA HAND IT TO VA, ^ER A WAW Sit Down, Vo RockitV the Boat! FRIEND OF USKA, THESE N6THIN6 tOO Thimble Theoter * DONALD DUCK E—I'LL FIGHT ANYBODY, OH.SOVAUJAKJNA But With Housewaid's Knees! — i . j.iiA'SOTlRE : PPOBAgLY WON 1 ' ?E'ABLE T' PUT £»£•£ WOC5TH \T By Walt Disney WELL, GOOD MIGHT; AND THAMES ASAIN MELPINJG VV'TH MY HOUS-E-CLEANING ALL CAY.' IT WAS 1 &O CHIVALROUS 1 DON'T MENTION IT' A MERE Tf?lF|_E ' BLONDIE Hiding Behind a Woman's Shirt! AT LAST--PUT MER UPSTAIRS IN MB? CRI3 - SM-W BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Vou Copi I'J<2, King Pmum Syndicate. Inc.,V/oclJ righu'i«'n-id By Chic Young Tsk, Tsk! i Hi!}, IT WAS PAISV'S FAULT./ By Edgar Martin RED RYDER WILE vj= H\\JE w=. & ibvjro 1 TK'JST YouR- it> ADVANCE THE "DOULAR5 TO FETCH THOROUGHBREDS Whot'll It Be? By Fred Harmon ALLEY OOP It Worked WlrJKJMG ABOUT OUR SHIP ANJD 1\E OUST AECUT IV ByV.T. Hamlin COWTACT OOP AMD AUD THAT'S >NONDER WITHOUT FIGHT TO SEKJC THIN EACKTOFISJD ^ . FRECKLES AND HIS FRIEDS Sticking Hsi Chn Out • By Merrill Blosser WALKIWG OUT OM A DIMMER CHECK IS ONE OF THE LOWEST FORMS OF HUMOR, DANMY / I HOPE YOU REALIZE THAT I ' AHEAD — I've GOT IT COMIN6/ ) F" EMBARRASSED THIS LAD, AND CAUSED HIM A GREAT DEAL .OF TROU6LE I I HOPF

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