Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 10, 1942 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 10, 1942
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, ,-J~ ,« y^.WI*). -.. „ ^> ,r -,» V 1 .-> MOM itAfc, MdN, Addt mutt be in 6lfl«e day before publication VoU con talk t6 ohly one fnan Want Ads talk to Thousands, $IU, HINT, SUY OR SWA* <lt Want Ads cash in advance. Not taken'over the On« Hm»—Je word, minimum 30c Three Hmes—3 Vic word, minimum SOc SIX limn—*)e word, minimum 7Sc One month—18c word, minimum $2.70 t Kat«« ore tar continuous tn»r*ion« bni> "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sal* 3Mfi NICE REGISTERED COCKER pointer puppies. Padgitts Ken- fhfeis, 3 miles South on 29. 18-30tp |C0WON SEED, D &PL 12, STONE- Iville 2-B, first year from breeder. Olay, Alfalfa, Lesp&ha, and oJhn- i grass. 3*e T. S. McDavitt. 2-18-tf __}RSES & MULES; PART DOWN if balance in fall. All sizes and ages. ! See Dorsey McRtie, Jr., at McRae •> Implement Co. 23-14tc INORTH DAKOTA CERTIFIED TRI¥ tamphs. Cotton Seed, Stonevllle 2-B, and ROWDEN 41. See me buying. J. W. Strickland. 26-12tp , STALLION, 6 YEARS OLD, I'f-wi. 1500 Ibs. J. W. Harper, 2 miles "', East McCaskill. 4-6tp & TUBES. SIZES 600-16. 1001 7th Stoeet. . 7-3tp KSWEET POTATO SEED — STATE certified. Red velvet, Nancy Hall, GoId Coin, Porto Rico, Bunch Porto B^-Rico, ?12S bu. Commercial pack. 'At Farm. D. M. Samuel, Rt. 3, "Hope. 7-3tp For Rent Notice DON'T TAKE A CHANCll BRING us your abstract work. MONROE ABSTRACT CO. Phone 10, WASHINGTON, ARKANSAS. 1-23-lmp DO YOU WANT A BETTER JOB? Then Svhy wait? See Miss Mary Loggins in charge of our Hope School located in the Carrigan Building and ask about our Special Civil Service Course that will prepare you quickly for a Civil Service examination. The government needs thousands of stenographers. Perry Business School, Hope, Arkansas. 10-12tc Found Hope Star Star of Hop*, U9v; Pr«M 1927, Cor*oll- dat«d Joftuary 18, 1M9. Publ1«h«<l ,*v«ry w»»V;-day_ after noefl by (C ' "t" ° * at thi Star Star Publishing Co. Int. (C. E. Polrw and Alex H. Woshbum) - • ' -"fig, 212-214 South Wdlrtuf t, Hop«, Ark. ALtX. •Entcrtd as second class matter at the Postofflc* at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. (,\Pt —Medns Associated Press (NEA)—•-Means Newspaper Gnterptlse Ass'n Subscription Rot* (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15e; Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller ond Lafayette counties, S3.SO per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Asteelattd Preu: The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republicatlon of oil news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. Notional Advertising Representative- Arkansas Dollies. Inc.; Memphis, Tenn., Sterlck Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avnue' New York City, 507 Fifth Avenue' Detroit, Mich., 2842 W, Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 4|4 Terminal Blag. Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charge will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge of space- takirib memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility for the safe-keeping or return of any unsolicited manuscripts. BAY MARE. SPLIT RIGHT EAR. Wt. 600 Ibs. B Z on rght fore shoulder. 5. or 6 years. F. L. Douglas. Hope Rt. 1. Box 10. 23-10tp Wanted to Rent 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment, or small unfurnished house: Call 532-W. 7-tf-dh Wonted NEW OR RENEWjED SUBSCRIPTION to any magazine published. Charles Reyner&m, City Hall. 7-12tc •f NICE BEDROOM THREE BLOCKS '|£ from down town. Private entrance Sand "private conveniences to couple \without children, business women or n. Men preferred. 116 West Ave. 24-3tdh ^UNFURNISHED APARTMENT. FOUR **° rooms and private bath. 3 blocks i'4 from postoffice. Available March 15. l^Phpne 17. 7-3tc tl»ARGE BEDROOM. CONVENIENT to bath. For men or women. 520 ,North Washington. 7-6tp WILL'BUY OR RENT TYPEWRIT- ers from individual owners. See Mrs. Eugene Boyce, instructor, Perry Business Schools, Carrigan Building, S. Elm, Hope. 10-6tc If 3 BEDROOMS. INNER SPRING attresses. Hot running vater. Con- Kfvenient to bath. 815 Si ith Main. Phone 404-W. 7-3tc s$ ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT, * private entrance. Mrs. Raymond '° Smith, 606 S. Hamilton. 10-3tp iTHREE ROOM FURNISHED MOD\ , era apartment and also five room $?' 'furnished apartment. Jas. H. Ben- *fe ,-nett. 110 N. Washington St. 9-3tp FURNISHED ROOMS OR 3 py.furmshed rooms. Refrigerator bills jj^paid. 219 Gee St, Prescott. Mrs. R ?0. Anderson. ': :/9-ltp Lost Political Announcement The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to 'the action of the Hempstead County Democratic primary election: Sheriff & Collector FRANK J. HILL County & Probate Clerk LEO RAY Tax Assessor JOHN RIDGDILL BLACK PATTEN LEATHER PURSE, containing important papers, SPG Badge, federal auto sticker. Finder may keep ?10 for return of Bag. to Mrs. Alma Campbell, Chief SPG Clerk, Phone, SPG Extension 48 or 830. 10-ltp Air School 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. 3-3tp US ROOM HOUSE. NEWLY DECOR AT" ed. Will rent all or part 3rd and Shover. Snack Shop. IADULT WHEEL CHAIR. PHONE 212 Mrs. E. J, Baker. 9-3tc | 4 TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment, Water, Lights and Garden. On Highway 4, on Rosston Road, itil 3% miles. Mrs. G. L. Johnson. ..9-6tp ^•JTHREE ROOM FURNISHED APART- i ment. Electric refrigerator. Utilities , paid. Also nice bedroom, innerspring maUress. Phone 712-J. 403 N. Hervey St. 10-3tp Room ond Board 'EXTRA WELL BALANCED HOME- cooked meals, also room for one or <• ' two men 723 S. Elm. Phone 238. 10-6tc Furniture For Sale Answer to Cranium Crackers Questions on Page One 1. John B. Kelly, a former rowing champion, directs United States Physical Fitness Campaign. 2. Basketball team of West Texas Teachers' College, averaging 6 feet 6 inches in height, claims to be tallest team. 3. Cincinnati Reds sold Catcher Ernest Lbmbardi to Boston Braves. 4. Alsab, "wonder horse" of 1941, lost his first race of 1942. 5. Torger Tokle lost his American ski-jumping crown to "Ola," Norwegian refugee training in Canada who used his first name only to prevent Nazi punishment of his family. STORIES IN STAMPS t FRANKLIN FURNITURE CO. 117 , South Elm Street. We are selling out and all furniture must go. Many outstanding buys, Come in i today. All sales final. 20-tl FURNITURE STORE PAS moved next door to Saenger Theater >^ For better prices on furniture see . us. 4-lmpd. Barbs If you get a little sulky when you read about tire rationing, all you need is a horse. One difference between Congress and us is that Congress passed the income tax and we don't dare. Marriage is a lottery in which too many want another chance. A man who ran away from a nice warm, steam-heated insane asylum in Indiana must be crazy. People who long for the good olc Japan Gains Base In Sarawak Invasion JAPANESE occupation of Sara" wak gained a military base lor operations against the Netherlands Indies but little in actual terrU torial or economic value-. , The stamp above, issued in 1918, jears a portrait of Sir Charles Vyner Brooke, rajah, of the territory since 1917. • i. In 1840, Rajah Muda Hassim. ancle and heir presumptive of the Sultan of Brunei, of which Sarawak was formerly a part, prevailed upon James Brooke, an English officer, to aid in suppress- ,ng a native rebellion. In return 'or his help, the sultan ceded Sarawak to Brooke, who became rajah Ihe following year. The British government recognized Sarawak as an independent ttate in 18G3 and in 1888 concluded a treaty which made the state a protectorate, although internal af- Cairs were solely in the hands of Brooke and his administrative aides. Sir James was succeeded by his nephew, Sir Charles Johnson Brooke, who was followed by Sir Charles Vyner Brooke, present rajah. Principal mineral wealth is the oil field at Miri, in the north] where a European oil corporation; maintained more than 5000 ployes. Recent advices from Sarawak stated that the wells would' days would hate to read this stuff by | be destroyed before they fell int<» a candle. Jap hands. OUT OUR WAY By J.R.Williams r4O WONDER (T TAKES ALL WINTER JO OVERHAUL TH' CAR/ THERE GOES TH' MAGNETO, MIXED WITH TH' CARBURETOR/ WH/ST PO YOU WAMT THIS TIME- A PILL, A POUGHNJUT, OR A PR1K1K? WELL, I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE SOME OF THE FPTS AND PANS SO WE CAM HAVE A T3ECEKJT MEAL BEFORE THIRTY YEARS TOO SOOM WASH TUBBS By Roy C CAM'T EXPRESS ^_ a-you've W» Mt, ydu've YOU'VE Wd^-— PLACfc T0<50.»,A PO NOT AWO , . JIM. 1 AM NOT AFftAlO, 600P0y/ 8UTA ft NO WE. A14&6 Mutiny on the High Seas! Thimble Thea QVUeUJOM'T'ORILL TIUU uue <&6rT CREAM COKJ&S WHAT HAVE HOU CID 4A PUT ACCOMPLftHED <NOTHIM CUE ARE OUT OF COMES,-SIR, I OFFERED I ORTA-SHOOT 'EM AT SUMRISE, 6SC6PT BULLIVS IS TOO GOOD DONALD DUCK .Serving in Silence! By Walt Disney •-AND—' PROTECT * OUR * Barefoot Boy! By Chic Young BLONDIE KEEPAWAV FROM MV SLIPPERS IBOUGHTMVSELF)!)!! 1 '''IL^^J.^BEAT (^PERFECTLY ^X— BLONPIE SOME MEW HOUSE SLIPPERS TOPAV BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin SVXE>UW"V=> OOT ' fs _ cnPfl. 1042 BV NEASERVICE. [NC. T. M. REG. U. sT RED RYDER So That's Sally? By Fred harma WE IM MEW MEXICO /FA PAIR. IfeUUM HEAVEMS t> BETSY, 1 KNEYJ iDut) COME. 0ACK / ALLEY OOP Hold Tight, Ooola t)l VARKAINT R4&HT By Merrill Blosser Adding Insult to Injury m SO HAVI5 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WELL, WHAT I/ MR.'MAYOR., I wowe*. IF* DO YOU WAMT? / YOU'D BE GOOD ENOUGH V TVW / 1 pgTITIOJ THAT WARRANT WE HAD YOUR. FRIEND, NUTTY DIDN'T MEAN A THING, BUT / COOK., PIDN'T PULL IT SCARED THE MAYOR'S ANY PUNCHES BROTHER.---AMD HE SURe ITHE PAPER. THIS TALKED ' - s MORNING / HE CERTAINLY HAS WHAT I A RETlTiOM TO R6CALU HAVE YOU ) THE MAYOR AND HAV C5OT THERE / HIM OUSTED FROM OFFICE' I'VE GOT $73 SIGNATURES ALREADY /

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