Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 4, 1943 · Page 2
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MOM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS Friday, June 4, 1943^ Ope Star i •• y • I- by . iktow. 212-214 South Wolnui ttnWt, Hop* Ark. •. I. MtMtft. fa.te.nt * M. WASHIUKN. MKM «M as second class matter at the ffk« at Hope, Arkansas, under tr* March 3, 1897. K (AP)—Means Associated Press "•••"• i Newspaper ErrterprfS* AssM. Flashes of Life By the Associated Press Come Cl«fcn, Boys! Philadelphia — When dump rucks filling in a housing project Iribbled dirt down the middle of heir block annd verbal protests ailed, 50 housewives joined hands n a Human chain and blocked off he street. One driver got caught inside the hain and the women kelp him n-isoner until he cleaned up his dirt. n Rait (Always Payable hi t): By elty cdfrlef, per.*f*k 15e; ..tad, Nevada, Howard, Miller oho ttt* cooritiel, $3.50 per year; eh*- J4.S0. bt The Aneclated Pren: The at«d Press is exclusively entitled to use for republication of all news dls 'dies credited to n or not otherwise Hted in this paper and also the local i published herein. Re»rnent*«lv«— DalthH, tne.t Memphis. Term.. '«)« ButWInfl; ChteooO, 40O North Mieh- ,„«.. Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison **».,« Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Rtahoma City, 414 Terminal IBdg.; New 722 Union St.. g«s on Tribute), Ett.t Charges will b* ! fat all tributes, cards of thanks, relations, or memorials, concerning the de- irted. Commercial newspapers hold to this olky in the news columns to protect then •aders from a deluge of space-taking me- ottok The Star disclaims responsibility lKtb« sofe-Keeping or teturn of any bficited manscrlpts. Classified -'**). ? |<Ad» must be In office day before f ••-:;', , publication. "*-"Xll Want Ads cosh In advance. Not token over the Phon«. ; ON tlme-^—2c word, minimum 10< 'J:Six. times—5c word, minimum 7Sc |-.Thr»e limes—3 Vie word, minimum 50e f'.One month—18c word, minrnlum $2.70 ate: are for continuous Insertions only fTHE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER . YOU SELL." For Sale No Foo'ing Jacksonville, Fla. — The Florida Association of Commercial Organ- zation Executives has adopted a esolution asking Secretary of the treasury Morgenthau to have a quare hole punched in the center of the new white penny "thereby aving a lot of scrap metal and he souls of men from perdition." The organization contended the lew coin is "filling the function of a counterfet dime," being gpnerni- y passed off on the aged and dim- ighted. if OTHERS LOOK: SAND BOXES f for the children, delivered com- fplete with clean washed sand. iHempstead County Lbr. Co.. I'Phone 89. 3tf D CHOXV AND COCKER I Spaniel puppies. Dogs boarded |by day, week or month. Padgitts | Kennels. . 20-lmpd 3RNET, PERFECT CONDITION. | J. S. Gibson, III, Phone 898. 2-Stpd. For Rent ICE BIG BEDROOM WITH TWIN |beds. Private bath and private |entrance. Apply 420 West Ave. B |or>call 854 after 6 p. m. 2-3tch. TO FURNISHED OR UNFUR- jnished rooms'. Near Hdpewell school house. Rent reasonable. iMrs. L. C. Godwin. 2-3tpd. Wanted to Rent SEE OR FOUR ROOM UN- ffurnished apartment. Conveniently located. Duplex preferred, phone 768 before 1 p. m. Satur- Iday. 12-3tdh MflSHED APARTMENT OR Souse with two bedrooms. Call 4-W any time between now and July 1st. Np ' children. Reference dished. 2-3tpd. JUS-ROOM • F URNISHED partment or 4 or 5-room fur- d house. Must have electric refrigerator. Call Jo« Perry, 8 T J. . . 3-3tpd. Wanted ilRIER BOYS FOR THE AR- iansas Gazette. Jack's News Siand. . 2-3tpd. Found WHITE FACE HEIFER ^bout.two years old. J, W. Ray, "Ughway 67, Telephone 40. 3-2tch Lost BROWN LEATHER pcketbook. Lost Saturday, May |9, near Saenger theater. Con ains four dollars and identifica papers. If found please re to Hope Star. 1-t: BLACK HOG. NOTIFY JES loirris or George Cornelius for 4-3tpd ujghboys Go Fishing Wellington, N. Z. — (IP}— The sea fishing waters round the 1st of the northern part of New nd which attracted visitors all parts of the world before war are now a favorite resor erican servicemen on leave Paper Profit? White Plains, N. Y. — Negotiable securities valued at $3,000 have >een returned to Miss Sarah M. )urderus three years after a ser- ant threw them out as refuse. The Salvation Army is in Mount Vernon — a city some eight miles way — found the lost securities n a bale of waste paper. Barbecue Surprise Bristol, Conn. — The Conneo tint Slaughterers' Association, sup- )liers of beef and other meats to ocal markets, invited various food department agents and OPA representatives to their annual steak barbecue." The invitation urged them to 'come and eat all (the meat) you want. It's free." ChicTken was served at the out- ng. The OPA denied the associa- ion an issue of rationing points for Jeef. Unlimited Service Kansas City — Cpl. Reuben Morose, 28, was mildly amazed at us latest official notice. It was from the draft board hrough which he had been inducted into the Army a year ago — And it advised him he'd been classified 4-F. Today in Congress By The Associated Press Senate Resumes debate on McKellar bill requiring confirmation of federal banking, making $4,500 or more Banking committee resumes hear- ngs.on continuance of commodity :redit corporation. Agriculture subcommittee inves- igates effect of gasoline shortage m farmers. House Votes on amendments modifying ending anti-strike legislation. Black Magic Probably Turned the Trick Maceio, Brazil— (/P)— The Alagoas state prison doors have been opened to "Green Snake," "Black Magic," "Dry Turn," "Socker," "Holy Cross," "Twenty-five," •New Town," Barrier," "Purple Stone" and "Candlestick," all of whom surrendered and were sentenced to jail terms when the famed Brazilian bandit "Lam- peao" (lamp-post) was slain in gun-battle with police in 1938. The prisoners, so long known by nicknames that their real names no longer are known, were released because of good behavior after serving almost five years. Hold Everything "Hi, o fat, foolish and H!" >UT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OL 1 PtJNl^ LAYS AWAKE h4IOHTS THIMKIM' UP A NASTY CRACK TO HAND THEM YOUNG ARMY AKJ' NAVY INSPECTORS IF THEY ASK HISA AKT/THING-- BUT THEY NEVER DO, SO HE'S GETTIN' HOT ABOUT THAT K1OW/ HE THINKS THEY \ KSJOW SO LITTLE I HE WON'T EVEN ASK'EM "HOW ARE. VOLJ?" HE'S AFRAID THEY'LL THINK HE LEARNED SUMPIN FROM 'EM.' LS)fT,! i'M^ NAVAX- " SIDE GLANCES Wash Tubbi By Galbraith The Mystery Deepens By Roy Crone THE \ KEY FITS !\ THE TRUNK UWLOCK'-i' / AMERICAN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS I WHAT DOCS THIS MEAN? ENERAV, VON SAPPEM tNSPECTS HIS TRCOP5, THAT ELSA HAS A DUPLICATE KEY TO THE MYSTERIOUS I *"• > TRUNK IN HIS HEAO- OUARTERS Popeye TAVAST, 1-5 ME "A Passing Fancy" Thimble Theater •STOP BOTHERIM&) ~-^— -- ' siDEETie ; OFF -RUMT? THAT WEMT ¥Sz_ OUT. 1 r«SHE 6U)EETie COPB. I'M3 BY NtA SCRVICE, INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. "I figure otich tonuilo in our victory garden costs 21 cents, including' topsoil, fertilizer and bug spray—tlv.t's not counting $7 worth of labor!" Donald Duck Youth Will Be Served ff By Waif Disney ON GALLONS OF SCf? ANA! GO PLAY FUNNY BUSINESS ourr THE LAKE. PLEASE ? tt^ — .tiop-'c: Handicap Race! By Chic Young •il|||!f I LOVESETTIMC3 UPcARLV AMP HAVING PLEMTY OF TIME TO EAT BREAKFAST ASJD REAP MV PAPER PA6WOOP/ IJUSTFOUHPOUT Jlllll THE CLOCK IS SLOW-YOU HAVE OME MIMUTE TO CATCH VOUR No inatttr how the ship lurches, it never spills my soup or coffee! THIS CURIOUS WORLD By Williom Ferguson Boots and Her Buddies By Edgar Martin 6.0fKt. AVV. 60 ABOUT /V//V& 77/\A£S / \Ai\7Z- ^C^ 600-000^- — VVOVi'OV, OO\ t ». ov\, v ^f ' * "^^ By Fred Harmon Short Change Artist WHERE IN BLA-ZES V'TAKE it EAST, DOC/ ^ 1 FEE.L GUILTY HlDIM' MISS DF.LLrVS SILVER DOLLYS,BUT 1 CAN'T TAKE Trt' CHAKCE OF LOSi.«0' IT FOR HER-- I'LL CACHE Tri' FOJR ~" AH RECKON) TriET MEED IT- LOA.D OF SlL^E-R..' BUT IriET GOTT>\ GO THROUGH THIS (JAP VJHES THE.T "DO CO-IE.' AN 1 IT LOOK'S Ll<e • 1H 1 RED HE^D IS tftK. 1K3 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. U. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. HOR5E1S Rt,-3T .' MOST PISHES CANNOT SEE WHEN OUT OF THE WATER./ IF ONE PULLS THE SHADES DOWN, THEY ARE STILL UP," Says ALLEN P. BERKSTRESSER, By V. T. Hamlin HEY, WHERE 16 / -\ WHX OF COU06E YOL/CE FROM 6YPACU6E? AN'/ HueH.^xSYRACUSE? IN ALL 6ICILV, / JUMPING WHY DOE6 HE /OOP...!'M \ONLV 6YRACU6AN6 HAVE ( JUNO' I THINK WE'RE I THINKING / THE 6PUNK TO 6TA.ND V VJONDEC... FROM THE.RE?V / / AGA\N5T THE ROMANS/ TELL ME.OLD5TER, Y -^..WHO BY 6\MPLY 1 YOU E.VE.G / AYE, 6ON.' WHO\ THINKING HEABD OF A I H/\6 NOT HEARD \ THROW6 / GLORY ZHAP NAMED ( OF KIN6 HIECON'6 1 TEP«O(2 / Q£! WHAT A M2CHIMEDES? y\ GREAT GREEK / IN THE MAGICIAN... ^/ ROMAN NEXT: How lone is Alaska's coast line? 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