Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 22, 1943 · Page 2
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Si TWO fnope Star Stilt of Mop*. 1899; Prim 1927. t CdTMOHdOTKj January 18, 1929. " '— — ••.-. ...•-. - .-.. :.—-^ .^j_.-».^^_..-i.. i.-. d'«v«ry week-day afternoon bf Stw Publishing Co, Inc. , _* c* Potrtwr~cmtJ Atet. H. Woshburny MW Star buildino. 212-2M South Walnut Street, Hope Ark. TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE, unfurnished. Near high school. Space for garden and cow. C. K. Weaver. Phone 568-J. 22-3tpd C. E. PALMER, Presiooni , H. WASHBURN, Editor and Publtehcf Sfentwed as second class matter at the Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press * --Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. • Subscription Rate (Always Payable in e): By city carrier, per week ISc; ad, Nevada, Howard, Miller ana **te counties, S3.50 per year; else- ye $650 / Member of The Associated Presj: The ciated Press is exclusively entitled to use for repubiication of all news dis- fches credited to n or not otherwise ed In this paper and also the local JteWS published herein. v Motional Advertising Representative— Arkansas Ooutes, Inc.; Memphis, Term.. Sterick Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich- ton Avenue; New York. City, 292 Madison. *Vfr.rDetroit, Mich.. 2342 W. Grand Blvd.; 'Oklahoma City, 414 Terminal IBdq.; New Orleans. 722 Union St.. „ iChorgcs on Tributes, Etc.: Charges will be fnKKte for all tributes, cords of thanks, reso- EiOns, or memorials, concerning the cfc- ^.jrted. Commercial newspapers hold to this f&olicy in the news columns to protect their traders from a deluge or space-taking me- jmor'ols. The Star disclaims responsibility Hor the safe-r.eeping or ieturn of any liinsolioted manscripts. Classified ?'-Ads must be in office day before fF publication. *5i All Wont Ads cosh in advance. jh Not taken over the Phone. f^One time—2c word, minimum 30c '-, 'Six times—5e word, minimum 75c \ Three times—3'/jc word, minimum SOe s£ iOno month—18c word, minmium 52.70 "Rates are for continuous itrjertlons only i'THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER 1, YOU SELL." For Sale For Sale or Rent Wanted :LEAN RAGS. NO WOOL silk. Bring to Hope Star. OR 8-tf Lost SMALL BLACK DOG. WHITE ring on neck and feet. Left hind leg broken. Reward for return to Bill Briant. Phone 463 or 748. 18-6tpd DARK JERSEY COW. Springer. $5 for return to C. W. Butler, Rosston. Route 2. 20-6tpd Notice SIDE GLANCES SEND ME YOUR NEW OR RE- newal subscriptions for any magazine published. Charles Reynerson. City Hall. 1-lmch Lewis Prepares to Close UMW Office New York. May 22 — UP)— John L. Lewis prepared to close his United Mine Workers office in New York today and packed his bags for Washington amid speculation ranging from the possibility that the mine workers considered collective bargaining here in their wage dispute impossible, to an- might be expected in the capital, other than new developments There was no laboration or explanation of the move in the brief announcement from union headquarters in the Hotel * Roosevelt that Lewis would go to Washington during the day. Meanwhile members of the headquarters staff began packing and said they expected to leave tonight or tomorrow. SEED PEANUTS. GET CERTIFI r ~ cate from A. A. A. office and buy i them for GYzc per pound. Pedi[' greed Stoneville and Rowden << 41A cotton seed. Dortch's 340 hybrid seed corn $7.50 bu. Rutgers tomato plants, also garden and field seeds. E. M. McWil- •'$ liams £eed Store. 24-lmch OTHERS LOOK: SAND BOXES if for the children, delivered com- 5 plete with clean washed sand. Hempstead County Lbr. Co.. Phone 89. '3tf WHIPPOOR-WILL PEAS, $3.50 (Iper bushel . Stroud & Co. Wash* ington, Arkansas. 12-12tch IfSHOUMAN PLAYER PIANO, $600 '' value, will sell for §150. Can in- ,'spect at 904 West 4th. 18-12tpd RED CHOW AND COCKER /Spaniel puppies. Dogs boarded ,,'by day, week or month., Padgitts 'Kennels. 20-lmpd NEW BATTERY RADIO, USED * only two weeks. Mrs. John Rowe p 517 West Fourth St., phone 598-J 20-3tpd ELECTRIC HEATERS ',Small Magic Chef gas stove. Sec tional bookcases. Phone 798-J. 22-3tpd FOP Rent Slayer Tries to Commit Suicide Fort Smith, May 22 — (ff)— Truck Bishop, killer of fourmen in front of a Springdale resaurant, sought to commit suicide by slashing himself -with a razor blade in the jail lere today, Deputy Sheriff Otto Metzger reported. "I got sick and just decided to end all this." Metzger quoted Bishop as saying. Metzger said he slashed his left wrist and hand and his right arm inside the elbow. He was hospitalized. His condition is not critcal. Bishon was conscious when Jailer Jim Harwell arrived at his cell following summons- from a trusty. Bishop was convicted of first degree murder Wednesday for killing Paul Phillips, 36, one of the four slain at Springdale the night of January 17. fWO FURNISHED ROOM APART- ment and 2-room unfurnished apartment. 704 East Division. 18-6tpd U R N I S H E D APARTMENT. Three rooms and private bath. Gas, refrigerator, automatic heater. Mrs. David Davis. 1002 East Third. Phone 588. 21-3tpd Deaths Last Night By The Associated Press Charles Rotriliard Montreal, May 22 —(A 1 )—Charles Robillard, 78, columnist and former editor-in-chief of Montreal La Patrie, died last night. Robert C. MeHaffey Chicago, May 22 —Iff) — Robert C. MeHaffey, 59, member of the editorial staff of the Chicago Daily Times and veteran of more than 40-years of newspaper work, died last night. He was born in Lima, O. An insurance company has estimated that the average child costs $6,150, to rear. PR ACTICALLY NEW, COM- pletely furnished five-room home. Electric refrigerator. Innerspring mattresses. Phone 244. 21-3tpd .BEDROOM. INNER-SPRING MATL' tress. Continuous hot water. Kitchen privileges if desired. 815 South Main. Phone 404-W. 21-3tch TWO-ROOM FURNISHED if apartment. Large cool rooms, ft frills paid. Phone 391. Mrs. W. H. i'-Qlrnstead, G22 South Fulton St. 21-3tpd {FURNISHED APARTMENT in duplex. Mrs. George Robison, 'Phone 863. 21-3tpd Wanted to Rent [REE OR FOUR ROOM UN- furnished apartment. Conveniently located. Duplex preferred 'Phone 768 before 1 pi m. Satur. day. 12-3tdh Hold Everything "That's enough! Stop trying to get in the last word;" OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams NO, NOT HURT-X SAIP 1 WISH I HAP HIT MY HEA£ °M A ROCK/ HE'S OtiCAV,WES-HE'S JUST rVVAP— HE LIVES TOO MUCH IN TH' PAST/ I GUESS HE THOUGHT THAT WOULD MOVE...THEY USED TO— AND HOW.' rlS FStti,,. THE ARKANSAS By Roy Crane Wash Tubbs By Galbraith THERE, YOU HEAR THAT, MY LADS ?EA &ROU6HT US LUCK, AND MOW IT'S HOWE, SWEET HOME.' DESTROYER TO PATROL PLANE J HEARTIEST CONC-eATULATIONS PROM CAPTAIW SMYTHE-5MITH. 3fi PRISOWERS ABOARD... TO you, TWO U-80AT5 HAVE BEEW DE5TROYE-D TO THINK THAT 1, COUNT VON WUR8EN.THE WOLF OF THE SEVEN SEAS, SHOULD HMD MY BRILLIANT CAREER A CAPTIVE OF BW6LISH 5WINE J Thimble Theofcr HAFTA TURN IN ALL'A / . MEAT COUPON'S - , UJ1LU WOU UJftTCH M^ TRAP?) COPR. 1943 BY NEA SEBVICE, INC. T. M. BEC. U. S. PAT. OFF. "Well, I never thought my kid sisler would take my place when'I enlisted—I used to think this work was pretty ronah!" By Walt Disney Donald Duck FUNNY BUSINESS By Chic Young In The Red!" I don't know who he is, but he comes clown every day with that dummy, practicing hack platform speeches for 19-14!" THIS CURIOUS WORLD William Ferguson Boots and Her Buddies By Edgar Martin CHEESE ONCE TURNED THE TIDE IN A NAVAL BATTLE BETWEEN SOUTH AMERICAN SHIPS/ THE URUSUAVAN COMMANDER, CAPT. COE, FINDING HIS AMMUNITION 6ONE, STARTED FIRING GOUMD, HAfiD ADMIRAL BROWN, BRAZILIAN COMMANDER, THINKING 5OME NEW DEADLV WEAPON WAS BEING USED, TURNED HIS SHIP AND FLED. Bon Voyage By Fred Harmon Vi£.L,COVJf30f, TO l YOU LDOK- LOOK WESTERN) ? j^ MiC'riTT-- = ft ' ( UH VJIIL THE \NDIANS ACCEPT rAY NO.PMSS.' THEY'LL ONLY TAKE SILVER, AM' THAT'S COIN' TO BE F\ BK3 LOAD TO •PRCiVlDW Tri 1 BANK. \M Trt NEXT TO\OM WILL CASH IT D£MH-' 1TXD 1 CXM 5-JY TriE RUGS' iS ^ 6 SPONGES ARE ...HENCE, GLASS MANUFACTURERS USE GREAT QUANTITIES OF THEM FOR. CLEANING /-/or COPR. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. BEC. U. S. P*T. OFF. By V. T. Homlin Nobody Wonts Him A TAIL SPIN, DOES A PLANE FALL, svos^ FIRST, O BYGM5FSY. ^ NONN "\OOP. TrW '6 WE'VE GOT \CEALW THE , WHKT'LL DO / DOLLAE. 'IM QUESTIOTt NICE GOIN, OOP.... HANS ONTO TH' ." UNTIL I CEMOVE E.YE IM f HO, BUMPKIN.' I'LL BE^" ^^x/ BUT .. -•Ci'jK." PR16ONE.Q/ I 3LKO TO OBLIGE.... IT MATTERS \ I DON'T . T .'J5T *WI6H YOU'D V_ ^ NOT TO ME F YOU \ WKNTA> IPY TO TAKE. N\E.' y~~7/--—1 CHOOSE TO BE A S& A, ^ X " ' DEAD PRI60NE.B/ / PB6ONEC A65OETIAE.NT ANSWER: Nose first, with the tail in a spinning motion. OUR BOARDING HOUSF. with Major Hoople FR^^iKEV &BTS A F-LrVoVA OKi THIS SWIPE- HUNT X'LU BE AS T= £><=> MUMPS HOPE- NO PERISCOPES <5POT ME CR.U19.1M& A BOOKie PARLOR. COTIE \AJOOL-O WCc. LIKE A TIM TO AxULEY OOP OF'THE. K«XGIC BELT 16 EVER.Y SPOK.EN W.SH. Merrill Blosser Freckles and His Friends JERRY DUMK WAS LANA'S OLD sov FRIEHO ^ n _ Tirw77OT , AMD HE'S LOOKING FOR YOU/ IE SAID HE'D KNOCK V\Y BLOCK OFF EXT TIME HE SAW ME -•BUT HE , CAN'T / YOU'VE- — HE LIVES CLEAR. OVER. IM MILFORD. AMD HE OML.Y HAS AN "A" CARD/ '-"'^ ' i I,-I / iww vi_ SCARE ME! I NEVFR MET LARD- Q\&! >«*U3??V*£L'**i COPR. 1»«3 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEC. U. S. PAT. 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