Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 16, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, January 16, 1942
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Classified You can talk to only on > man : Want Ms talk to Thousands SfU, RENT, BUY OR SWAP AH Want Ads cash In advance. Not taken over the Phont HOP! STAR, HOP I, ARKANSAS One Hme— 2e word, minimum JOe She ttmn — Se wort, minimum 7J« Thwe tlm«t— 3 J£e wert, minimum SOe One month—He word, minimum $2.70 Rates are for continuous Insertion* only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale SAVE BY BUYING USED FURN1- tvtre from us! 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 ONE GOOD PAIR COUNTER Scales. Also 200 bales grass hay. See Middkbrooks Gro. 14 3tc. Furniture For Sale IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture see us. 21-30tc Trailers For Sale GOOD TRAILER HOUSE, 22 FT., with shelgas stove. Cheap at once. Located 1 block west V> block north of Paisley School. On old Highway 67. 10-6tD For So!e Miscl. REGISTERED POINTER PUPPIES, best bloodlines. Cockers, Bostons. Boarding. Stud Service. Padgitt's Kennels. 2 Miles So. 6-lmo-p Hefp Wonted-Female OPENING FOR WOMAN WHO CAN use car 3 to 5% days per week on Rawleigh Route your city. Write today. No experience to start. Good appearance and knowledge of housewives' needs helpful. Products well known. Write today. Rawleigh's Dept. AKA-118-139, Memphis, Tenn. Business Opportunities ACCOUNT OF OTHER BUSINESS will sacrifice Miniature Golf Course in Hope. See Floyd Porterfield. W. Front St. Phone 101. 15-6tp Services Offered EXPERT SEWING — EXPERIENCED seamstress at reasonable rates. Mrs. S. A. Mays, 415 N. Elm — Phone 904 Notice 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. QUAIL HUNTERS, RABBIT HUNT- ers and Oil Hunters are welcome to hunt on my lands in Hempstead county. H. E. Bemis. 14-3tp 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 Barlow Hotel, Thursday .or Friday for full information. AIRCRAFT TRAINING SCHOOLS, Dallas. 13-3tp , AIRCRAFT PLANTS WANT MEN IN HYDRALIC AND electric assembly. Four weeks in our shop qualifies you. Small fee, balance in weekly payments after we place you. If registered give calssification. Write box 98. 15-3tp. Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE - WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring, motors. Kelly 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. BILLFOLD LOST BETWEEN ARCH- er Motor Co. and Post office. Containing important personal items and receipts. Liberal reward. J. G. Barber. 13th and Elm, Phone 274-W. 15-3tp For Rent LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS for two adults. 104 West Ave. E. 14-3tp. 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 212, Mrs. E. J. Baker. 14-3tp. 4 ROOM APARTMENT FURNISHED. Modern. 110 N. Washington Ave. South side of house. See Mrs. Pierce or owner Saturday 8 to 11. Jas. H. Bennett. 153-tp. Hope Star Star of Hgg^ 1899; Press I92/, Consolidated Jonuory.18. 1929. Published every weekly after noon by Star Publlshlno Co. Inc. (C E. Palmer and Alex H. Washbum) * the Star building, 212-214 South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. AlW. M. WA$HBURN.SdWTd PuMbM, Entered as second class matter ot th« Postofflce at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. ...... ,(-\P)—Means Associated Press (NEA1—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscription Rote {Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; Hempsfead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3;50 per year; else- Member of The Associated Press: Thi Associoted Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republicatlon of all news dis- Poff.nes credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Notional Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dallle;. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., Sterlck Building; Chicago. 400 Nortrl Michigan Avnue; New York City, 507 JL'ftn Avenue; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal Blag. Charges on Tribute], ftc.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cords of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to I hl l R?'! cy ln the news columns to protect their readers from a d'eluge of space- takino memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility for th» safe-keeping or return M any unsolicited manuscripts. Burma Drive Against Japs May Develop RANGOON— W>)— Chinese army unit have reached points in Bui-ma from which an offensive against Japanese- held territory ultimately may be developed, it was disclosed Thursday. The possibility that tho Japanese may attempt simulteanously an attack on Singapore and Burma was recognized by military circles here. STAMP NEWS; FOR RENT BED ROOM, OR CAN convert to light housekeeping. Utilities. Phone 567-R. Vestal V. • Maxwell. !G-3tp.l ONE ROOM FURNISHED APART-j ment with private bath. Adults' only. Imile east of Hope on left' by over pass. C. G. Cooper .16-3tp | 3 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT Miss Vernice Coynes. West 9th st. 16 3-tp. TWO-ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. East on Highway 4. 3% miles C. A. Fuller. 16 3-tp. ONE BEDROOM FOR TWO MEN IN quite neighborhood. Convient to bath. 1101 W. 7th st. or phone 73. i 16 3-dh. 1 Answer to Cranium Crackers Questtions on Page One.- 1. Gen. John J. Pershing, 81, commander-in-chief of the A. E. F. offered his services after Japan attacked America. President Roosevelt thanked him, adding, "under a wise law, you have never been placed on the retired list." (2, Ernest Hemingway wrote "Farewell to Arms" dealing with Italy in World War 1. 3. Airplanes and tanks, first used extensively as weapons in 19141918 conflict, have been the most spectacular in this war. 4. Col. William "Wild Bill" Donnovan now heads Office of Coordinator of Information. 5. Italy broke Triple Alliance with Germany and Austria to join the allies. Legal Notice ESTRAY NOTICE Taken up one White Faced Bull Yearling about 7 months old, found on my farm in October, 1941. Jesse Hill, Route 1, Hope. 13-6tp CCOTT PUBLICATIONS, Inc.,! ^ which issues the standard! stamp catalogue, announced they! T/ill no longer list or illustrate! stamps from Axis or Axis-domi-j nated nations. ; The ban will affect more than. 50 stamp-issuing countries which! originate 45 per cent of the world's < stamps. It will be in effect until, the war is over or until the U. S. government rescinds the Trading With the Enemy Act. * * * i Russia has released a 30-kopecs' red to "symbolize the struggle against fascist Germany, who treacherously attacked the U. S,. S. R." The design represents a Red Army soldier, rifle over his shoulder, and his mother. I * * * Liechtenstein will release a 20- rappen-brown on January 15,' bearing the portrait of Duke John Adam Wenzel; 30r red, with a, likeness of Anton Florian; 1-frano gray and l%fr green, with a head ofrPrince Franz Josef. Wenzel and Florian were patriots in the 16th and 17fti century, m * * * Bermuda placed on sale a 7V4- pence, green, blue and black lor airmail use. It illustrates a long- 'tail bird, a species of seagull Which visits Bermuda. i * * » ; New Issues: Finland released a jtsecond overprint to replenish depleted stocks of stamps used pro- '.visionally for the recaptured Ka- relian Isthmus which the Finnish itroops seized from the U. S. S. R. and which the Red Army is cur- jrently attempting to retake. . . . IThe Vichy government of France 'released a series of 18 small-sized [stamps bearing a likeness of Mar- : ,shal Petain. . . , Guatemala re, leased its commemorative honoring the Second Pan American Day .ol Health. A WANT-AD T4HJUL FIND IT / OUR BOARDING HOUSE with .. . Major Hoople GIMME A DOUBUE-THtCK e SIRLOINK A COUPLE OF , HOLD IT> NlOT ORDHRlNG PROVISIONS FER. A SOUTK POLE EXPEDITION/—VOL) CANi 6ET MORt V/lT/^^Al^iTS (M A BOWL O V CH(L\ A SRBAT O\SH PER. POTATOES., M\NCE RE A LA MODH. 3 COFFEE / ^ THAT' LU DO PER. TrAH ROUND/ DOBSM^T WAMT K\S BA.TTLBR. To Friday, January ] 6, 1941 tl WASH TUBBS A Woman Scorned By Roy Crane BUT LKKA l& 60 SAD. ...S LONELY/ TELL ME JIMMIE.WHAT IS TH\S IMPORTANT THAT IT CAN TEAR VDU AWAy FROM LIS.KA? <MAP? i YES, THE wiSHy-WAsMy *<W71&w COMPANY/ OUR *_ ^XTHEME SONS is, 11 BUBBLE • . you NOT TALK OF SOMETHING M0RE IMTERESTIM6 THAN 8L)TUSTBM7) THIS (1, THE OKAY, OKAY! THEM! RECKON I'LL BE <3OIW<2» TO BEP-CbOOD NK3HT.' w i n&on(s ^vwa is*. BUBBLE, NO MORE IKUUBLC. IT6CRU8S AS IT RUBS/ I5UMNIM6 OUER TO CHWA to OPEM A B15AMCH f ACTOfty-BOy, WHAt AN OPPORTUNiTy.' SBEATEST LITTLE SOAP ON EARTH.' WAIT'LL I 6HOWWA SAMPLE/ — And That's No Soft Soap! ^ Thimble Theater ROUUD UP ALL-'A MEM THE «5PINACHOVA MAW <= --— -^ OUR MAW LUIUL MOT BE BESIDES FltJHTlM' FER HER COUMTRW, ) KIM.O^CAR, I«=>FOR s— MEM LIKE THAT OF THE UNITED STATE'S, BUT IT SlUELU TI?ADE J7— •— ^ I UJAKIT& TD TELL. MAKE A •SPEECH VA I HAVE -SEEM MEM OUTA THE KJAW FOR SEAR'S, ) <STILL LOOKED OWE KIM BE THAT jp I •?.<>-' DONALD DUCK Fancy Pants Table Manners! By Walt Disney BLONDIE He Does Things the Hard Way! By Chic Young OW.GOLLV/ I SPILLED MV } VvWOLHCAMOFX TOBACCO IM L THE BHpy X' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin RED RYDER DAGi-iAB SUSPICIOUS Of COLOrOEL OULEP He Has All the Answers 'HERE. HE i SHOvO /^E OR. SHUT up By Fred Harmon ALLEY OOP THROUGH THE CEMTORIES A SHAKE WORTH TH' JOLT FOR Not So Fast, Foozy! ,, OVER> V A.TOUCH OF FRQr\ IM f-\Y FAVORITE HOBBY/ H& FRECjOES^ANPJilS FRIENDS HE'S MOT INJ 5ISHT, BUT THAT'S NO SURPRISE... JfST WHERE TO SEARCH 1 MUST SURMISE /— It Never Budged . COPB. 19<2 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. j PUT PIMP 'IM I VYILU, SOONJ OR LATE-SO T'LL GlT GOIN* AIV»' \TRUST TO FATE; T.M.'REC. u. 6. PAT. OFF, ByV.T. Hamlin ITS RIGHT WHERE LEFT IT J WE COULDNT BUDGE IT/ DOES IT IT L, ACTUALLY RUN STILL HERE, J A MUSEUM OR EMMY .' SHE'S > vou REKAEMBER AGED, GONNA ME ? J FRECK I) REMOVE By Merrill Blosser »• • i-p iimj START 4 i

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