Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 26, 1943 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, March 26, 1943
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M0M StAR, ope Star 1W7. iBtteWd January 18. 1929. *V*iY wwk-day afternoon br StAr Publishing Co. Inc. Alex. H. Washbum) . 5)5-214 South Wolnu- stf««, Hope Ark. SfiNt) ME YOUR NEW new'al subscriptions magazine published. Reynerson. City Hall. . C t. PALMER, f>fwl Q «nt „ , M. WASMBURN, Editor and Publisher :;/"* •••-/.• •' -• ••-•-• -...-...d as second class matter at the 1 Posroffkt ot Hope, Arkansas, under th« Act "of March 3, 1897. Associated Press Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n $*6*«riptton Rat* (Always Payable In , AaVdnt»: By city carrier, per week 15c; ^MerttBtead, Nevada, Howard, Miller ana Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year,' else whert $6.50. •?*) • Member ol The Associated Press: Trn r* i, Associated Press is exclusively entitled U< :/!7jhe use for republicatlon of all news dis- W, HJatehw ctedited to rt or not otherwise ?;-credited In this paper and also the loco' S. J news published herein. .^ j • • '• ." . •. .V-« " MaMerfal Advertising Representative— *' t Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn.. >!>,' Sterick Building; Chiebgo, 400 North Mich. t', loan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison ~ Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; ."> i-Oklohoma City, 414 Terminal IBdq.; New f v Orleans. 722 Union St.. ! '<• Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charges will be rl .made for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, or memorials, concerning the de °f oarted. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect the* ,'. readers from a deluge of space-taking me" mortals. The Star disclaims responsibility ,' for the safe-i'ceeping or ;eturn of any ,* "unsolicited manscripts. Classified Ads must be in office day be'fore •• publication. All Want Ads cash in advance. ,. • Not taken over the Phone. One time—2c word, minimum 30c .Six times—5c word, minimum 75e Three times—3Vi'e word, minimum SOe One monthT—l_8e word, minmium 52.70 Rates are for continuous Insertions only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER ^ YOU SELL." Notice OR Sfi- for any Charles 1-lmch Wanted to Buy 100 COUNTRY CURED HAMS. Highest price paid. Moore's City Market. 2-tf i SIDE GLANCES ELECTRIC REFRIGER A T O R. Must be in good condition. Call 27-W-22. 25-6tpd Deaths Last Night By The Associated Press Admiral Oliver Backhouse Edinburgh. Scotland. March (.4') —Admiral Oliver Backhouse. 36, veteran naval officer who commanded the H.M.S. Orion at the battle of Jutland, died last night. Sir Max Julius Bonn, London. March 26 —</P)—Sir Max Julius Bonn. 65, millionaire director of the Bank of London and South America authority on finance and in juvenile welfare work, died last night. He was a native of New York. Byror. F. Wlckwire Casper. Wyo., March 26 —(/Pi- Byron F. Wickwire, 80. pioneer Wyoming cowboy who once attempted to drive a herd of 80 horses from Wyoming's Big Horn Basin to the Klondike, died last night. He was born in New York. Johannes Vandepwalt Johannesburg. Union of South Africa, March 26—(#")—Johannes Van- derwilt, who wrestled in the United States and England as the South African "Masked . Marvel," died last night. For Sale LESPEDEZA grass hay. AND „,_.--., ^v,-, , . Also cottonseed, ll - gm D P & L, Stonewell 2-B, Rowden 41-A and Cookers long staple, first year from breeder. See T. S. McDayitt. 30-tf Homer C. Price I Newark. O., March 26 — (/P) I Homer C. Price, 68, dean of Ohio j State University's College of Agri- I JOHNSON! c» lture from 1903 to 1915 > died last SIX ROOM HOUSE WITH GAR- •deh.'A'pply 912 East Third Street. 23-3tp 36 COWS, 7 CALVES, AND 2 HEIF- ers.' See W. T. DiUard and Sons. • Saratoga, Ark. 25-6tp - 39 MODEL CHEVROLET COUPE. i Good tires. Clean in every way. Subject to any mechanic inspection. Call 27-W-22. 25-6tpd ONE OIL BURNER AND ONE gas range at a bargain. See Tom 1 Beltz, 110' N. Washington. First "door west. 25-3tp ONE NORGE 'See Dad at jte". a- 10 "HEAD ,CTF YOUNG .Telephone 651. REFRIGERATOR. Dad's Hamburger MULES 26-3tp Charles O. Falkenwald I St. Louis, March 26 — f/P)— Charles O. Falkenwald, 41, chief of he Application and Loans division of the Rural Electrification Administration, and pioneer in rural electrification in the United States, died last night. Job Openings at Pine Bluff Are Announced "The United States Employment Service, 201 East Second St., Hope, Arkansas has the following job openings in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and requests that interested and qualified workers contact the office immediately. Workers engaged in the Lumber Industry or Agriculture need not apply. Electrician, Millwright, . Pump- man, .Meter Repairman, Lyie Walker, Blue Print Machine Opr., Toolmaker, Machinist & helper, sheet- metal worker, Pipefitter, Plumber, Auto Mechanic, Mech. Engineering Aide, Duplicating Mach. Opr., Foreman - Waterworks, Power FUR- ! House Engineer, Laborers, Jr. Clerk Typist, Jr. Clerk-Stenograph- E Edgn 505 South Wa! er. Welder (Gas & Eled.), Careen- For Rent ROOM NICELY I ,n«rment CloM in Mrs nut. Phone 1040. 24-ltdh I ter, Maintenance, Plumber Fore| man, Plasterer's Helper, Stock THREE ROOM UNFURNISHED I Clerk. apartment. Bath, b a r d w o o d j .»*••. floors, built-in-iteatures. Garage. Ordinances prohibiting certain 406 South Spruce. Mrs. J. E. types of noise have been in effect -Schooley, plone 38-F-ll. 24-3tch in some TJ s cities since 1891. FIVE ROOM UNFURNISHED house on S P G road. Gas and Americans bought an average of lights. Inside city limits. Mrs. three and a half pairs of shoes per J E Schooley, phone 38-F-ll. person in 1942. 24-3tch FOUR ROOM HOUSE. THREE room apartment; Furnished or unfurnished, on highway 29, north of town. Mrs. J. E. Schooley, phone 38-F-ll. 24-3tch THREE ROOM MODERN FUR- nished apartment. South exposure. Good shades. J. H. Bennett. See Tom Beltz, 110 N. Washington. One house west. 25-3tp THREE NEWLY DECORATED) unfurnished rooms. Kitchen. 815 j West Ave. E. 26-3tpd i Wanted to Rent Hold Everything THREE OR 4-ROOM FURNISHED apartment, with 2 bedrooms, good reference. Call Hope Star. 22-3tdh Lost RED HORSE, WEIGHING 1250 pounds. 7 years oid. Last seen north of Emmet. Jim White, route 2, Emmet, Ark. 25-6tp OUT OUR WAY charge frozen!" account By J.R.Williams / THAT'S AM 'EIGHT, MOT A THREE.' IF YOU GUYS POVVM HERE CAN'T READ BtUE-PRINTS. I'LL SEMP THE OFFICE BC DOWN THAT'S MO V WHV IS IT THAT (i DON'T KNOW, BLUE-PRINT I TH' MACHINE S. BUT THEM THAT'S A I SHOP AW' PRAFTIW 1 \KIWP STICK CARTOON/ ( OFFICE ARE ALWAYS \TO6ETHER "OU'P BETTER\ TAKIM'A PUNCH ;TH'BEST CHANGE IT AT EACH OTHER.? BEFORE / LIKE A MARIME AM' \OUTSIPER SOME80CV X SAILOR, A CAVALRY-) HORNS IN TAKES IT HOME ) NAAK) AN' A n-^- THE AXIS TO REAP TO r£-v, DOUGHBOY, JCWILL LEARM "iTHAT.' "S >wv. \\ e J -x. A NjATtOlsJAL TRAIT T M ftCC U S Mdoy, March 26, 1943 _ ARKANSAS By Roy Crane ByGalbraith Righto, Colonel! Wash Tubbi BEEN WWCENTRAt IM6 ON 'EM FfiR MONTHS PERHAPS FlMO IT VERY 6XC\TIN6, 6ITTIM6 AT A PE6K PLAMMIM6 RA\OS,BUT IT'6 NO SECOND WaMT CAM iceep UNLESS we; UCK ws U-60ATS AND 6ET OUR SHIPS THRU. IT'S THE JOB <9F tHE 6(3iriSH AND AMERICAN AIRFOR<:E6. TO CESTRO CONSTRUCTION CENTERS WHERE U-B0ATS ARE MADE.ANP THE 8ASE6 FROM WHICH OPERATE FCR H'AVE LAID OUT FOfi you, this CAMPAI6N (5 S6RI0US, HITLER BUILOIN6 6U66 FASTER THAN WE CAN SINK 'EM, AMP SINK IW6.OUR SHIPS ALMOST AS iTAS WE CAN BUILD 'EA< Thimble Theater "Glass—Handle with Care!" LISSIN&, ARE WA VUT1 TUT! CONTROL WOUR NCIM6R^TIW'THE)TeMP6R, MVFRlSMO! SEA HAG IS M6 JASSURS WOLl I MOMMA? p= ^ -^-^— I CONCENTRATED, PPeAREDINTHE BUT^HGI^TDO A&IM, AM 1 8E iJs^.'.'^Ol ABOUT IT COPB. 19« BY NEA SERVICE,' INC. T. M. REG. U. S. P*T. OFF. Don't be silly, darling—for just a few cents more you can become a general!" By Wolr Disney There Goes 17 on Your Ration Cards! Donald Duck BUSINESS U.S.O. RECREST10.O CENTER. By Chic Young Men Are So Unappreciative! NOW PONT GET SO UPSET/ I IT OUT VERY 6OOP WITH TURPENTINE PONT TOUCH • '(OUR SMOKISJG- STANR PASWCOR [ PAINTEP "> IT THIS ( AFTERNOON GEE, YOU PIP AM EXCELLENT JOS/ HOW PIP YOU GET TME ENAMEL- ON THERE SO SMOOTH ? THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson Boors and Her Buddies By Edgar Martin VVKV VOVb Of =>EARS BRIGHT ?F THE SUN'5 SHINING ON IT. o By Fred Harmon Hello and Goodby YOU DIDN'T STAY SACK IN TH' C/SBOOSE, UONC5, HERE COME 5MOKE VJAGON LITTLE PO-KO .ALWAYS IT Go &f / CANTT STOP-UM ARE NOW WORKING FOR VICTORY/ THE SOFT FLUFF OF THE SEED POD IS USED IN AND 2O OUNCES OF IT WILL SUPPORT AN 18-LB. WEIGHT IN WATER FOR MANY DAYS. ON LONG ISLAND, I CAN SEE THE SOUND AND HEAR THE SEA," MARGARET G. HALL. What's Wrong, Doc? By V. T. Hamlin WELL, TIME'S HERE TO MAKE A COWTACT WITH BROMSOM BACK iw MOO...HOPE HE HAD LUCK FIMDINJG I'LL, KNOW IN A MIK1UTE OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hopple CHEERS TIUU TEUESCOPES A Word to the Wise Freckles and His Friends By Merrill Blosser IP YOU'D COVERED THE SEEDS AFTER YOU SCATTeRED MY HENS COULDN'T GET AT THEM / i THE HOSPITAL WONT GET KAA.MY VEGETABLES FRON\ YOUR. GARDEN , I BET I --BUT IF YOUR CHICKENS KEEP CONMN& OVEFt HERE, I'M GONNA SUPPLY THE HOSPITAL WITH" MEAT/ Wetee TRYIK& To RAISE VEGETABLES FOR. THE" CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL AND LOOK..' YOUR CHICKENS SEEDS' B!UY WAR BOND : S

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