Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 3, 1943 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 3, 1943
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Hope Star iStor of Hop*. (899; Press 1927, • * CwriloUdoted January 18, 192* _ «V«fy w*#K-day afternoon b/ . Staf Publishing Co. Inc. ,.-«£. Palrtief ond Alex. H. Washburn) Mh» Stor buiWirxi, 212-214 South Walnut Hope Ark. . President R> WASHBURNi Editor ond PublUh.r ^' ' £rtttf*d a* second class matter at the , Pufcrtaffta* of Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March-3, 1897. ^fltcn^- , - ... .. *?L . (AP)—Means Associated Press r INEA}—-Weans Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. '' Subscription Rate (Always Payable in •? Advance): By city carrier, per week 15e; Hempstead, Nevoda, Howard, Milter ana - Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; else- 'where $650. Mcmtttf el The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dis- , patches credited to rt or not otherwise ., credited in this paper and also the local published herein. ' National! Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; Memphis. Term. i' Stenck Bulldir»; Chicago. 400 North Michigan Avenue;New York City, 292 Madison Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; - Oklahoma City. 414 Terminal IBdq.; New ' Orleans. 722 Union St.. Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charges will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks, reso- • lutions, or memorials, concerning the de- H Dorted. Commercial newspapers hold to this DOlicym the news columns to proter.1 then i readers from a deluge or space-taking memorials. The Star disclaims responsibility tor the safe-Keeping or -•---< unsolicited manscripts. eturn of any Classified Ads must be in office day before publication. All: Wont Ads cosh in advance. Not taken over the Phone. One time—2c ward, minimum 30c , Six times—Sc word, minimum 7Se • Three times— 31/je word, minimum 50e On* montW—1 Be word/ minmium 52.70 Rates are for. continuous Insertions only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." Lost ,IGHT BAY HORSE. DARK TAIL and mane. Coming two years old. Heavy built and weight about 500 Ibs. Notify D. Austin, Saratoga, Arkansas. S10 reward. 31-6tpd HAMPSHIRE GILT HOG. AGE 6 months. \Vt. 125 pounds. White belt behind shoulders. Liberal Reward. Railway Express Agency, Hope, or see Tom Evans. l-6tch Wanted to Renf FIVE OR SIX ROOM HOUSE. UN- Curnishccl. Call 768. 1-U For Sale LESPEDEZA grass hay. AND Also cottonseed. D P & L, Stonewell 2-B, Rowden 41-A and Cookers long staple, first year from breeder. See T. S. John L Lewis Condemned by Senate Group Washington, April 2 — (/P)— Do daring that labor leaders "must now demonstrate that they are statesmen and patriots as well as paid advocates for worthy causes," the Senate War Investigating committee today condemned John L. I Lewis's attitude in asserting that his no-strike promise was not "nee- j essarily binding." "Labor has come of age and the country expects these leaders to recognize that labor has duties as well as rights," the committee said, adding that "no citizen has the right to jeopardize the nation's i existence in war time." In its first official comment on the dramatic exchange between the committee and the president o£ the United Mine workers a week ago, the group headed by Senator Tru- j man (D-Mo.) observed: "The obligation which rests upon Lewis is ... An obligation to the United States arising out of the i j war emergency. j "It is based upon his duty as a j | citizen to a country which enabled j ! him to exchange the sweat and i JOHNSON j physical toil of a miner for the j comforts and privileges of a labor executive.." McDavitt. 30-tf SIX HOOM HOUSE WITH GAR- den. Apply 912 East Third Street. 23-3tp 6 ROOM- HOUSE. CORNER FIFTH and Ferguson. Apply 910 West 5th or call 943-W. 3-3tpd For Rent FIVE RO'OJVT UNFURNISHED house on S. P. G. road. Gas and lights. Inside city limits. Mrs. J, E. Schooley, phone 38-F-ll. 2-3tc DESIRABLE FRONT BEDROOM. Por one or two girls. 521 West ,h St. Phone. 823-W after p:30 Referring tc Lewis's refusal to abandon his fight for a $2 a day ; wage increase for bituminous coal miners, the committee reported "the Janger of inflation is real" and government and labor alike should consider wage increases "in a judicial and realistic manner." At the same time, the committee acknowledged that it did not consider the "little steel" formula limiting wage increases to 15 per cent of their Jan. 2, 1942 level, as "sacred or closed to discussion." 3 ROOM FURNISHED OR UN- furnished apartment. Just north of town on highway 29. Mrs. J. E. Schooley, phone 38-F-ll. 2-3tc Deaths Last Night By the Associated Press Rev. A. E. Clement Nashville, Tenn., April 3 — (ff The Rev. A. E. Clement, 78, iMethcdist minister and one - time national secretary of the Anti - Saloon League, died last night. Dr. F. Emory Lyon Chicago. April 3 — (JP) — Dr. F. Emory Lyon, 78, founder and for 1 2 NEWLY DECORATED UNFUR- , more than 40 years superintendent nished rooms. Private entrance, j of the Central Howard Association, 200 Oak Street. 2-3tp I a prsioner aid organization, died _ —— ! last ni«'nt. CLOSE-IN. SOUTH SIDE. MOD-j ...._. „,„.„. ern duplex. Unfurnished. Auto- > matic hot water heater. Private j ' entrances. See Tom Carrel. | 2-tf | LARGE BEDROOM. KITCHEN i _privileges. Garage. For one or | more people. Mrs. George Sandi-! far. Phone 122. 3-3tch ; -^ L/Og Q Qes J Q Notice SEND ME YOUR NEW OR RE-j newal subscriptions for any magazine published. Charles Rey-1 nerson. City Hall. 1-lmch ! Lynchburg, Va. (/P)— City Treasurer George M. Bell, in charge of issuing licenses for all the city's cannies, figures that the dog population has decreased 500 since 1942. The reason is assigned chiefly to scarcity of dog food. Hold Everything Wanted to Buy GROW PICKLES (CUCUMBERS I for processing) will be received, i sort&d and paid for, at Hope and Fulton. Get contract and seed from White & Co. at Hope or Fulton. See your county agent or W. H. Allison, V. A. Teacher at Patmos, or James Harris, V. A. Teacher in Hope, or write Standard Brands Incorporated, 112 South Lelia St. Texarkana, Ark- Tex. 29-lwkp CUT-OVER OR CHEAP LAND. Stat$ price and location. Boswell ii May, Bodcaw, Ark 29-lmp MEN'S AND BOYS' SPRING SUITS i pants and shoes. Ladies' and j children's spring dresses and low | heel shoes. Bedspreads and I sheets. R. M. Patterson. East j Second St. 31-tf i OUT OUR WAY "I told you we'd get seats! ByJ. R.Williams BO// X JIS GOT THESE SUNDAY COMICS DCrWKi ,M i n TIME SO THEY'LL \ J'. .. ffi THIWK T READ 'EM \_l^_^dl TO SLEEP IM3TIDDA ' 'EN'. OUT/ SKi-H-H-H ^ '•" // * J '; VVHV MOTHERS GET GRA HOP! Sf AR, HQM, ARKANSAS By Roy Crane SIDE GLANCES By GalbralH Wash Tubbs !-• WHERE 'U.PEWY WHERE ARE YOU? THE SUCTION'S 6oiM<a 10 BE TERRIFIC. SWIKA FOR THE UFERAflT.P. .. SHE'S <50(W6 t>OWM FAST LOUTA / VOOK PA.ST" PRESENT ANt> Thimble Theater M-A-A-A-M-Y!" 'ME, COME /POPEVe, i AM TAIL), PIPE ^ f26ADV TO ACCEPT THE ^laOOOy DOUOM — ------------ ----- REOlAROFDR FIK4DIMG MOTHER COPR. IM3 BY HE* SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEG. U. S. P*T. Ofl-. "If you told mo \vliiil I w;inl lo know about you, I wouldn't have lo lio lo fortune tellers!" By Walt Disney It's the Rembrandt in Him! FUNNY BUSINESS By Chic Young —And No Jap Walking! PK. W3 BY HEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG U. S PAT. OFF. '/ -3 don't think he trusts llial lion uny more!" THIS CURIOUS WORLD «*y William Ferguson Getting Warm Boots and Her Buddies By Edgar Martin . ._ . _ D\WT i. tt voov 0\J tMrXCVi i c. RECORDS SHOW NO AIRPLANE CASUALTIES DEFINITELY DUE TO Z./G////V//VG/ By Fred Harmon OH, LITTLE BEAME.R.— RED RYDER fVKE-utt CMSTAKE.' WHOLE TRIBE NOVO 6E COPB. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. TROUT BELONG TO THE S"ALMONIDAE FAMILY, AND, LIKE. THE 5ALMOM, WILL SPEND A PART OF THEIR LIFE IN IF CONDITIONS PERMIT. IN BASEBALL RECORDS, THE INITIALS -C.S."ARE AN ABBREVIATION FOR. CAL / ££> By V, T, Hamlin Maybe He's Not Home AU- EIGHT, SO VOU ANSWER: Caught stealing. NEXT: \ lily that is no pansy i» ) ABOUT APPLE?/ I DOM'T WAMT AM APPLE APPLE.' DOM'T GET (WHO HE-IS ANl HITLER ^AADAT^^E...eo V BEOTHEC.X'UL. A / JUMP ONJ THE CHAP/ GIVE 'IM TH WHO'S THE CAUSE WORKS/ • OF ALL. THIS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople tVUST Bt A. GSPSV AFTER. AA-L T N\MsiW3E TO GRAB A SOB ONi \T'6 AS EASY AS \MR\TIM BUM. ? FIRST TRIP I GtT / WHCT'S VORONiG? SOU VOIUTED A OLD ^OUR COLLfXR. By Merrill Blosser Sarcasm for Mr. Scrooge Freckles and His Friends IF YOU T.-JINK WE'RE 1 I THAT THING- YOU'RE PUTTING UP WILL SCARP * HECKLING- VOU, WAlTLL AWAY THE BIRDS, MR. SCUTTLE— BUT WHAT /^i \\ » Ti.vii-, ^M: A /=AP,«CT ADPVOIIrtnMMA MAKE f *>i's.-'• WE'RE MOT CM VOLIR. PROPERTY; , (>AR. SCUTTLE, SO DON'T START J GET KIND OF A GAD6ET ARE YOU GONNA MAKE YOU SEE WHAT HAPPENS WHEM MV GANG GETS HERE/ FRIGHTEN AWAY YOUR. CONSCIENCE?

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