Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 23, 1942 · Page 2
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Classified »)*• k' You con talk to only or* • man Want Ads talk to Thou.uinds SIU, RENT, 8UY OR SWA* AH Want Ads cash In advance. Not taken over the On* tint*—2c ward, minimum 30e »» Mm«— it word, minimum 1S« Thr«» tlm«>—3 Vic wen), minimum SOt On* month—lie word, minimum $2.70 Kates art tor continuous InMT'iora only THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL' For Sale SAVE BY BUYING USED FTIRN1- hire from us! Chairs, Tables, Stoves, Beds, and many other items all in ?ood condition with reasonable onces. Also highest prices paid for ised furniture. FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO., South Elm Street. 9-lme. MULES, PLOW TOOLS OF ALL kinds. Plow gear. See A. N. Stroud, Washington, Arkansas. 10-lmp FOR SALE COMPLETE RESTURANT equipment Apply 556 Service Station. 17-6tp. SEE A. N. STROUD ABOUT 2,500 bushels of corn at 90c there. WiD start on January 26 selling all that week. If you want corn, come to Ozan. 19-ftp. 6 ROOM BRICK RESIDENCE TWO blocks from Business Section. Apply 523 South Elm Street. 23-3tp ONE CAR AND HOUSE TRAILER. Will sell together or separately. Priced reasonably. Last block on W. 4th. This week only. 21-3tp. SIMMONS BEDS COMPLETE, LTV- ing room suite. Norge refrigerator chests of drawers, commerical re- frigator & horsepower motor. 706 West 4th. 21-3tch. 38 FORD, RADIO, HEATER .GOOD condition. Telephone 7-M 21 3-tp. Notice HOME COOKED MEALS. ROOM and board. Mrs. G. A. Leonard Black Hotel, Washington, Arkansas. 21-6tc. Furniture For Sale IDEAL FURNITURE STORE HAS moved next door to Saenger Theater for better prices on furniture see «*• 21-30te For Sole Miscl. REGISTERED POINTER PUPPIES, best bloodlines. Cockers, Bostons. Boarding. Stud Service. Padgitfs Kennels. 2 Miles So. • 6-lmo-p For Rent •r TWO ROOM FURNISHED OR TJN- furnished apartment. Lights and water. East on Highway 4 3% miles I •'Mrs.'i G..t,. Johnson • / 21-3tp. BEDROOM, TWO MEN OR COUPIE Breakfast if desired. Quiet neighborhood. Convient to bath. 1101 W. 7th street or Phone 73. 21-6tdh. 3 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT cottages for light housekeeping on • old 67 just outside city limits.Mrs. J. E. Schooley. Phone 38-F-l-l. 19-3tc. • LARGE 16x14 HOUSE TENT. REAS- onable. See at Mrs. John Robinson's r Place. North on old 67 Highway. Route 4. 20-3tp TWO BEDROOM'S FOR MEN ONLY. Convient to bath. Phone 423-J. NICE FRONT BEDROOM PRIVATE entrance, adjoining bath. Share kitchen 623 N. Elm St. Phone 889W. Mrs. G. C. Stewart. 23-ltp. Salesman Wonted WANT PLEASANT OUTDOOR WORK hi a business of your own? Good profits selling over 200 widely advertised Rawleigh home/farm necessities. Pays better than most occupations. Hundreds in business 5 to 20 years or more! Products- equipment on credit No experience to start—we teach you how. Write today for full particulars. Rawleigh's Dept AKA-118-145, Memphis, Tenn. Refrigeration REFRIGERATION SERVICE - WE repair anything Electrical, Wiring, motors. Kelly Refrigeration Service. 112 Main. Phone 144. 10-lm-c Strayed 7 HEAD 2-YEAR OLD HEIFERS marked with smooth crop off right under sloped at left. Strayed from farm on Columbus - Washington road. See A. N. Stroud, Washington, for reward. 19-6tp. Wanted 0 fr I S T A ft, H Of I, A R K A N S A S Star Of Hope Star HOjB^ 1899; Press 1927, Cocwoll- doted January. 18, J929, Published yvery weik-day aft«r noon by ,_ . Star Publlihfnd Co. Inc. ! c ;. & Pplmw and Alex H. Washbum) at the Star bulkllng, 212-2U South Walnut street, Hope, Ark. ALBL Pub.,*., Entered as second"class matter at th« Postoffice at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. ..._. % (AP)—Means Associated Press (NEA1—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n Subscription Rate CAIways Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller on<3 L °f°yette counties, $3:50 per year; clie- Member of The Aneelatad Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republicatlon of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Notional Advertising Reprc<«ntatlve— Arkansas Oolites. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn.. Sterick Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avnue; New York City 507 '""Ay*"" 6 ! Detroit, Mich., 2842 W '' Oklanoma at V' 4 ' 4 Terminal Chorjes on Tributes, Etc.; Charge will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to I L fl? !*y ln tne news columns to pro- »f t * he ' r rea ders from a deluge of space- JS^'« r TS-i-7 len J orlal 2- Th ? Stor disclaims responsibility for th« safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts SHARE-CROPPER GOOD FORCE 7 miles Rosston Road. D. M. Collier Hope R. F. D. No. 2 21-3tp.' 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. 21 _ 2tp . THREE SHARE CROPPERS OR Three wage hands. W. H. Burke Hope, Rt. 3. 2I-3tp. For Sale 1937 De SOTA 4 DOOR SEDAN. Overdrive, new battery. Bargain 802 E. 3rd. Phone 255-W. 23-6tp' 2 MARES AND 2 YOUNG MULES 5 jersey cows. B. C. Lewis, Phone 31-J-12. 23-3tp. Notice DON'T TAKE A CHANC1! BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. Hong Kong island, British crown colony off the China coast, fell to Japs. 2. There are 7083 islands in the Philippines; 20 in the Hawaiian group. 3. Yes. Dutch East Indies, area: 735,267 square miles, are larger than the Japanese islands, area, including Korea, 148,756 square miles. Jap population of 72,222,700 is 12 million more than Dutch Indies. 4. Luzon is northernmost of major Philippine islands and big- est of them; Oahu is the Hawaiian island on which Honolulu and Pearl Harbor were attacked in opening assault of the war; Guam is U. S. island in the Pacific, 1600 miles east of the Philippines, attacked by Japs in first week of fighting. 5. Singapore is the British Far East base on an island off the coast of the Malay Peninsula. laid down for you by those in charge of civilian defense? 4. If an air raid warden comes to your home for any reason, should you traet him with courtesy and respect? 5. If you are on n bus or street car when an air raid alarm is sounded, shuold you take your turn in getting off or try to push ahead of those nefu- you? What would you do if— You are home ready to go to a party when an air raid alarm sounds— (a) Stay where you are until the all clear is sounded? (b) Telephone your hostess to explain you will be late? (c) Go on to the party as you ing for the all clear? Answers 1. No. Don't say anything to . frighten children unnecessarily. 2. No. 3. Yes. 4. Certainly. 5. Take your turn. Best "What Would You Do" solution—(a). The Offic^of Civilian Defense asks civilians to stay home in an air raid. Oil Commission (Continued From Page One) Mind Your Manners Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. If you are visiting in a home where there are children, should you talk in front of the children about the possibility of the city being bombed? 2. Should you sperad war rumors you hear concerning the war? 3. Even though it may sound silly to you should you obey to the letter every air raid precaution 400-barrel daily allowable since it was brought in. Alec M. Crowe!!, production manager for the Oil and Gas Commission, said that today Arkansas fields were capable of producing 500,000 barrels of oil daily without losing much pressure for a period of 90 days. Chairman Bailey announced that he had received a telegram from Harold Ickes informing him that the state's daily allowable had been fixed by the federal government at 74,500 I barrels of oil. The state is producing 1 approximately that much crude at this 1 time. I Some half a dozen of the wells will I be drilled by Barnsdall, while others [ will be put down as far as half a mile from the well. Chief speaker at the afternoon session was E. O. Buck, deputy oil co ordinator for the third district. He explained that operators drilling in wildcat territory would be given priority preference for needed equipment inasmuch as new oil fields are needed by the nation for production He told oil men who gathered at the Lewisville high school auditorium that if they would skip a section in spacing regulations and try for another well outside that area it would be regarded as wildcat territory. He explained that if 20-acre spacing was the rule, an operator could gain priority by drilling one well on a 40-acre tract, skipping a tract and drilling another well in the next 40. A WANT-AD ItH&L FIND IT/ OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . . . Major Hoople yk ENTUB WAN, ^. ,_., FOR A SHARE OF THE PUGILIST, ROUND-^ KOWDWORK MORE'N =^r i 3AWE VB YXI YOUR. ODD JOBS AROUND J^PEDDHWG, /? HERE IS W^TVAB HOUSE-/ ^^^ ANOTHER WAouNnr/H^x MANJE *^^z^^^^5jj[ BOMCH OP A GTERr4 T£/MM- ^Tn/v\/ FAE TALKS UV<E>? BUBBLBS.' rAE OVsJNED fv\V CrAUMP ALREAPV/ TIME COMES T'LL 14AFTP\ DUMP |4lM LIKE- WASH TUBBS , Jonudty ITS AIL MV FAULT, OLO N\ANJ HERE VOU ARE ON A &EUCEDLV IMPORTANT , AMD I'VE EWOU6HT SOU TO A HOTEL SWARMW& WITH JAPANESE &PII CTRyiKJC- OVER SPILT \\ILK I6UR6 HOW TO CUT THEM IF THERE WAS SOME WAV WE COULD aer OUT OF THIS HOTEL WITHOUT BEIW6 SEEW, WE COULD LfAVE FOR THIS VERV NISHT/ 1 HAVE ITJ WE'LL MAKB A ROPE euro 1 0et>. SHEETS, AND SLIDE DOWN FROM OUR WINDOW; Too Late HELLOJWHAT^ THIS? IT DROPPED FROM THE BED By Roy Crane POPEYE UUAMT TO RE-EMLISTJ/OKAV, WER'LL HAPTA -me spiwACHovAjfHAve WER MAW -s—r=5— vL. AM' THEKJ I UUILL. VA Take It or Leave It! A6AIM. coulee d FELLAS TO WATCH OUR OH, TOD THIMK i MEED; — ^ Thimble Theater ! I'M <STROW6* EMOLJtiH U)lTH- DONALD DUCK Anybody Got an Eraser? VAMA •5TRQM6iE'Sn VA Bl<d LLJMMI^ —- BUT By Walt Disney BLONDIE Another Eternal Triangle! COME A &ACK ) HERE/ < By Chic Young BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES THE PAY WE WERE MARRIEC? YOU PROMISED NEVER TO TAKE AN IMPORTANT STEP WITHOUT FIRST COMSULJIW6 ME ) ••.'/.''.AS'I« LOVE ME AMYMORE- THATiS WHAT'S THE MATTER LCcrlir. 11«, KJI.)! Fcjlura S>nJicjlr. li^.^WinlU ti«lm cm-fvul ><. No Hope _ By Edgar Martin \-Nio^Mo<Rv \N Si~i MTREG.'U. ». PAT'OPF.- ' - ~ -. 1942 BY NEA SERVICE. INC RED RYDER Not a Chance By Fred Harmon YEAH, LADY.'BUT 1'tf SO RED VJAS RIGHT ABOUT THE COLONEL, AFTER ALL/ DQNff THINK YOU'LL COLOM OUTSIDE / -feu WHY,IVJA5 j OMLX-- OH, J I'LL FI)T :\ONE.Y ^ii^B^i, E,^ uc ^£ s s- ALLEY OOP Ho Hum! ! *:A MOT OKIE ' "3 OUESTIOM HOOD.., . I ^-UT WHAT EOES • M 1 ! SEE IN ELL VOL) ^ WHAT... LET'S GIVE HIM THE ., . „ , ARDUOUS HUkJTy TASK. OF IMG EH,A FIRE you Boys PESIRE COPR.WtBY>IEAtERV|CE,INC. T. M. yEC. U. S. P/.T. Off FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS DECIDED To ABOLISH .... . ONE-MAN CAMPAIGN TO IMPROVE DIDN'T YOU R MV FINANCIAL CONDITION, FRECK/ /PICKETING GET RESULTS, LARD? An Unsuccessful Campaign IT SURE DID—- Fcs» Bur NOT THE- KIND I EXPECTED/ REMEMBER THE" SIQNS X SHOWED, YOU VESTERDAV 9 I UH' J HUH/ WHAT DAD WHACKED ME ACROSS THE BRITCHES WITH THE ONE THAT READ. "THIS IS JUST A GENTLE HINT.'" YEAH/THEM He STARTED WAVING - ONB AT WE—THE ONE

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