Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 11, 1943 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, June 11, 1943
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# lope Star «!J£3'. For Rent FURNISHED HOME FOR RENT. Apply Middlebrooks Grocery. Token Up 6* second etos* mattet ot Jh« at Hop«, Arkansas, under th« Mereh3, 1897. BAY HORSE; ABOUT 850 LBS, Owner may call at Police Sta tton, a 8WPJ—Meons AsMctoWd Press *Tf.CL n Newspaper Enterprise AsVn. RaH (Always foyobi*. In Wonted 4:50. . . rWwd, Milte. ona ta 50 per Year; »he- PASSENGERS TO DALLAS, LEAV ing by auto.Saturday after 5 p.m Call 854 after 6 p. m. It-Itch Au*cM*d Pr«»« The wa rrws « exclusively entittod to tor rspubheotlon of all news d s- credited to tt or not otherwise ne j in this paper and also the local ritiublisrwd herein. PRACTICAL NURSE FOR elderly Invalid. See Mrs. Mouser at Cox Drug Store. ll-3tpd Advertising ^^n^^aty.292... Mlch., i 284Z W. tSrond- orira 6'tv, 414 Terminal IBdg.; is. 722 Union St.. Lost REVERSABLE RATCHE wrench. Reward. Telephone 442 ll-3tpd ,rg« on Tributes. He.: Charges^* for oil tributes* cords o« thonHs. ---, or memorials, concerning the de* Commercial newspapers hold to th in the news columns to proteo the •< s from o deluge ot space-taking me oil The Stor^tsclaims responsibly , sofe-keeplna or leturrv ot any sed monscfipts. [Classified tld. must be tn office day before publication. ,|| Want Ads cash in advance. Not token. over the Phone. Edit* time—2e word, mlnlmiim 30* IS* times—5e word, minimum 75e biwee times—3Vi« w«d, mmim«» M* IOM month—1 Se word, mmmliim $2.70 'ales are for continuous insertions only MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." For Sole Washington Bv JACK STINNETT (Second of two articles on how Congressional committees push the war effort.) By JACK STINNETT Washnigton — When the horn front muddle and the great pressure of attention to global m itary affaris forced the Preside to -set up the Office of War Mob- jlization, he discovered that a little heard - off subcommittee of the Senate Military Affairs committee had already done the spade - work for him. The subcommittee, headed by Sen. Harry M. Kilgore, dug into a lot of things. It probed the relationship of wages to price controls and production and their conclusions on that score are interesting. "If wages and prices had seen administered as production and manpower instruments, 1 ' the committee said, "stabilization of both wage- and price structure by industry-wide agreements, with incentive payments for increased II^JL^X^'LOOK: SAND BOXES i'for the children, delivered corrt- rptete with clean, washed sand. = ^ I'Hempstead County Lor. t-°" produ ction, would have become a 1 Phone 89. 3tf — .basis for policy at an early stage. — — *» m ~>i n r- v TP R "Only if wages and prices become RED CHOW AND COCKER y ct . on instruments will it be '.Spaniel puppies. Dogs boarded ^ ifel to achieve overa ll stability day, week or month. P»d*«| ^ tion of econ omy." Kennels. 20-lmpd i KOTO PICK-UP 1937 MODEL, 4 That may sound like something P^l ures $375 See Mr. Wilson, out of a college textbook, but it ^fctofy Poof Room. WUpd. may be the keynote of a new gov- *' v J — ernment policy — m fact in a (^''-ENGLISH WHITE LEGHORN sma n way / already is — and its ^pullets 3% months old. Pedi- simple meaning is that prices, 'fgreed-blood tested; 75c each. See wage s, and manpower have to be M Pankey, Emmett, Ark. correlated before production can 9-3tpd. fc e brought to a peak and the na„.__,„. Trv tional economy stabilized on r-S BICYCLE. PRACTICALLY & .. hold . th at-line" front, ''new. Electric horn and Ugms. More surprising, perhaps, was '. DeLuxe model. Call 768. 9-3tpd. the committee ' s report that l^l^e^e^^ 2K".f K^r E 2Si£ K? make. Self oiled bee wwe°^- | ctQhn ,n«iAn nrimarilv was one of - r dlngan, 801 South Main. §1935 CHEVROLET. FOUR GOOD 'tires.- Cheap. See Mooroe Smith, Washington, Route 1. one mile > off Hope and Coliimbus road on ,Guernsey-Washington road. -"• 10-6tpd. lONE GENERAL ELECTRIC Attic Fan. Phone 259 for installed te s Urn ate. Harry W. Shiver CPlumbing. ; ")- 3tch STORE If- dlebroqks Grocery. FAN. MID ll-3tch Stabilzation primarily was one of ettling disputes. He described his unction sa that of a "court of appeals," and said that, no problem was considered by the Office of Economic Stabilization until it had reached an impasse through con- troveresy among subordinate agencies. That was considerably different from what many in the government and out had been led to believe and, fi true, explains in great measure why that stop-gap set-up brought no "real relief to the home front situation. If Wonted to Rent JTHBEE OR |k furnished ' FOUR ROOM UN- apartment. Conven' 5 - icntly Vocated. Duplex preferred. ' Phone 768 before 1 p. m. Saturday. 12 ' 3tdh Wonted to Buy RADIO TUBES, 12-S-A-7 AND 35^Z-5. -Also one baby stroller. Call Sgt. Neil at 565-W. 10-6tpd 1/2000 GALLONS OF SORGHUM Cash. Stuearts Store, Hope. Notice Deaths Last Niqht By The Associated Press Maurice Lachman New York, June 11 — (IP)— Maurice Lachman, 95, an inventor in the structural steel field and a pioneer in the development of electric welding died last night. FOB ALL FINDS OF REPAIR work, lawn mowers and gas stoves. Call T. B. F e n w i clk ' (Oscar), phone 180-J 10-6tpd. SEWING MACHINES. BOUGHT, :- sold, rented, repaired. Parts and : • accessories. Adding machine. See James Allen, 621 South Fulton ' Street. Phone 322-J. 11-lmpd. DID ANYONE ELSE IN HOPE order a suit of clothes from A. A. Wright, 4408 Jefferson Street, New Orleans, whose tailoring " bouse »s in Rome, Ga. Report to Hope Star. »-3tpd. OUT OUR WAY Hold Everything &yR 1*M BT Ma^^^»»^J^J^^^^^Sii.M^^ — Probably lost his ration book! By Roy Crone Holding Actiofi Wash Tubbs SIDE GLANCES 0' THOSE FELL AS ARE WOUNDED I'VE SOT TO 61VE THEM A CHANCE TO 6Ef AWAY! Thimble Theater By Walt Disney CDPR 1943 BY N . . . . .- •.•• -•_ M "Yes sve heard your speech in the city council attacking the UicUUors—but nil we want now is that sewer lixed. on North Elm street 1" In a Lather! Donald Duck FUNNY BUSINESS By Chic Young The Seat of Learning OP IT WAS SEO6RAPHY AMD 57 WAS IN ARITHMETIC WMEM HE TOLt? MIS FATHEP HE (SOTOME HUNlPREP IN MIS EXAMINATIONS -£ TODAV HIS FATHER SPANKEP HIM ' YOU MEAN HE TOLD HIS FATHER AUE? HERE ALN/IN. PUT TMIS PILLOW UMPER you WHEN you SIT POWM WHAT'S THE WITH AUVIN ? THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson By Edgar Martin The Unbeliever Boots and Her Buddies ? "bO VOO WO VOO'VX VOL \_OOV(. < =. By Fred Harmon TORNADOES HAVE TAKEN THE LIVES OF OVER 5.OOO PERSONS IN THE U.S. IN 7>*avV7X XfSA^S 1 ... BUT AUTOMOBILES KILL. THAT NUMBER Near and Yet— FIR5T WE RIDE TO TRAIL OVER LONE- SAP \£BBE RED R^'DER HAVE SAD CHIE LE TRIBE LOOK. FOR. OUR- RED . FD-KO CAS t!D AJLONE .' T. M. REG. U. 8. PAT. OFF. IT TAKES ABOUT 20,000 LETTUCE SEEDS TO WEIGH ONLV BUI WILL LITTLE BEAVER. HEAR By V. T. Hqmlin WOOD DUST IS SAWOUSr AND SAWDUST is /#o/v SVA/A/G Says STAN SCHIRMACHER., Radar, B. C MEBBE. THEV HAVEN'T GOT RADIO...BUT IT LOOK'S UKE THEV'VE GO~T CEPOCT FPOM PO6TXH1.' ENE.MV APPROACHING.. BLOCKADE EOAD AND MAN BACC\ER_WTH £NTlB£ How Wtr is your srarden? HAVEN'T ANV TO WAON THE. NEXT OUTFIT DOWN THE COAD OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Mojor Hoople ^.^^.•.^^••••••i^^i^'i™ i •*^'^^^"' TO HEL\COPT6R VOUR. PEET FROZHM MOTHER . OM A CLOUD OV= ^•a ' ' \\ X TESTED 6LOOD PRESSURE CLIIW8INS A 6TePL^'DOER., AND \jeR-TlSO. PLUS A SPLITTINIG. By Merrill Blo$*er Mystery Still Not Dissolve Freckles and His Friends LISTEN. IF VOU OPEN YOUR. MOMTH. I'LL CLOSE YOUR. EVES J f^E^^E^ABER. THAT/ CAN'T I TELL THE REST or IT WAS KIND _ D1RTV TRICK 10 GET HIM W WIS /* JAM JUST BE- I PIPE CAUSE METOOXl DOWN UANA AWA/ ,-A, FROM YOU ; By J. R. Williams

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