Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 24, 1943 · Page 4
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o HOI»E STAR/ HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, June 24, 1943 Hope Star ,-LJ. m tt Mop«, 1899; Press 1927. Censolhkrtad Jonuory 18, 1929. _ «v«y week-doy afternoon bf f, _ Star Publishing Co. Inc. , : (t E. Palmer and Alex. H. Washburn) 4 JWttW Star bulldina. 212-214 South Walnut •4j*< ttreef, Hope Ark. C. E. PALMER, Prailoont H. WASHBURN, Editor ond Pubtbher "• Entered as second class matter at the Postdfflee at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act 6f March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press 1 (NEA>—Means Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n. Subscription Rote (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier, per week 15c; HaMpstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, $3.50 per year; elsewhere $6.50. Member of The Associated Presis The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to Hie use tor republlcation of all news dispatches credited to ft or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local published herein. National Advertising Representative— Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn.. Sterick Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City. 414 Terminal IBdg.; New Orleans. 722 Union St.. Charges on Tributes, Etc.: Charges will be made for all tributes, cards of thanks, resolutions, • or memorials, concerning the departed. Commercial newspapers hold to this policy in the news columns to protect their readers from a deluge or space-taking me- mor'ials. The Star disclaims responsibility for the safe-keeping or teturn of any unsolicited manscripts. Classified 'Ads must be In office day before publication. All Wont Ads tosh in odvonce. Not token over the Phone. <One time—2c word, minimum 30c •:Slx times—Sc word, minimum 75c .Three times—3Vzc word, minimum 50c One month—18c word, minmium $2.70 Rotes are for continuous insertions only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL." For Sale Notice SEWING MACHINES. BOUGHT, sold, rented, repaired. Parts and accessories. Adding niachine. See James Allen, 621 South Fulton Street. Phone 322-J. It-lmpd. TIRE AND TUBE VULCANIZING, passenger nnd truck. All work guaranteed. Experience counts. Ted's Tire Shop, 300 East Third Street. 22-2wkpd. FOR ALL KINDS OF REPAIR work, lawn mowers and gas stoves. Call T. B. F e n wick (Oscar), Phone 180-.I. 23-Otpd. Hollywood By ROBBIN COONS SIDE GLANCES RED CHOW AND COCKER Spaniel puppies. Dogs boarded! by day, week or month. Padgitls -Kennels. 20-lmpd PIANO -=- COME AND SEE IT. ^Priced at $125. See Tom Ellis. 904 West Fourth. 14-2wks pd. SLIGHTLY USED H A Y N E S Whirlwind ceiling fan. No. 437, Model G. Guaranteed in good shape. McRae's Hardware or phone 921-J. . 21-Otpd. WHIPPOORWILL PEAS. 2.50 PER bushel. F.O.B. Washington. A. N. Stroud, Washington, Ark. 22-6tch. MARE, 5 YEAR OLD, WEIGHT 1,050. Work good or ride. A. G. Zimmerly, Phone 26-J-3. 22-3tpd. MY FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, LARGE .barn, chicken houses, smoke house, 10 acres of land with 5Va in cotton, farm implements. Just outside city limits. City water and lights. Phone 38-F-12, Mrs. • R. M. Bunkley. 24-6tch. ONE-SIXTH H.P. MOTOR, 1725 R.P.M. with 20 inch aluminum 'blade. Ideal fan for stove or attic cooling system. $12.'50. Barney Mitchell, 615 West Division St. ' Phone G46-J. 24-ltpd. For Rent NICE FOUR-SOOM DUPLEX furnished apartment, hardwood floors, two bedrooms. Mrs. P. E. Cook, 908 West Avenue B. 18-6tpd. TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE near high school. Immediate possession. Phone 568-J. 22-3tpd. Services Offered Hollywood — After all these years, the facts of life are closing in on the movie cowboys. They are going to have to pay for their drinks. They can blame Chai-les B. McDonald, New York theater man for the development. Mr. McDonald, obviously a realist, saw a recent western in which the hero guzzled five snorts ot rye without crossing the bartender's palm with silver. He thereupon put finger to typewriter, to wit: "So then it struck me that in 25 years, looking at scenes of bar-room drinking rarely if ever does the consumer pav for his consomme." He directed his complaint at Universal, and at a movie called "Frontier Bad Men" in particular —probably on the old ounce-of-prevention theory. The picture had just gone into production, and he wanted to see the boys pay for their drinks in it. He'd heard that Robert Paige. Noah Berry, Jr., Leo Carillo, Andy Devine and Lon Chaney would be lifting elbows daily in the Red Bull saloon, and he didn't want the Red Bull to go broke. Mr. McDonald's typewriter rattled off a list of western stars whose associates never paitl for their liquor and concluded this was why so many early film companies >lded. "The cowhands drank up le surplus, and I don't think that ewcomers, especially college-bred owhands. should get away with it . . I think you should insist that 11 the vaqueros should lay it on ie line. No free drinks. Even the heriff must kick in. This country > still on a gold and silver basis nd those cow-town free - loaders ave been getting celluloif cirr- losis long, enough." Director Wiliam McGann, who is making 'Frontier Bad Men," acquiesced greeably. "I'm for it," he said. 'Although my name is Irish, my ature is Scotch, and every drink ifted from the Red Bull saloon will be paid for even by the sheriff," The whole thing may revolution- ze westerns — just as fan jeers )ut the taxicab business on a pay- ng basis. It is seldom now that jeople in pictures jump out of cabs md overlook paying their fares, )ut it used to be: common before he fans had their say. It has nothing to do with the price of drinks, but Robert Paige s going to be revolutionized in this movie which will go commercial n the matter of drinks. Bob is a landsome old cowhand from Indianapolis who, to his amazement, las found himself dolled up in brand - new cowboy duds, charted with the movie'task of intriguing reomantically with heroines Diana 3arrymore and Anne Gwynne. Bob is used to surprises, but this ;ops all. A while back he was a steady inmate of the Warner Bros, and Columbia prison cells, and he aroke away only to be imprisoned aehind musical bars. This kept on for so long that a movie in which ie didn't have to sing loomed as a vacation even if it meant getting acquainted with horses. I AM FREE TO NURSE INVALIDS or to be a companion to an elderly person. Will go outside city limits if necessary. See Mrs. Mary Dougherty, 815 S. Main St., Phone ' 404-W. 23-3tpd Wanted to Buy iu OR 40 ACRE FARM; GOOD house and pasture; close in. Cal 768. 15-tf BROWN BEER BOTTLES. WILL not buy on Saturdays. Bully's Bar. 21-6tpd BABY BUGGY. MRS. ROBERT McCreary, phone 1000 Exten sion 21. 22-3tpd GOOD USED WASHING MA chine. 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AMP < GREEN HAT OVER, NOW IT LOOKS J TOO- 1 TOOK THE FLOWER COURSE, ITS OFFAWP. ,,-tv. > GAB -GAB \ l-i'il ^ ' •. LOOK MEW. \ iv ' "He couldn't.get anyone to run the place on his vacation!" THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson (HEY/) By Edgar Martin Back to Earth Boots and Her Buddies AVIATORS MUST TAKE '•'' CLIMBERS/ By Fred Harmon Still, the Actor REORDER..' ^. )M > / THEN / LOCK POOR KID-SHE, THINKS i STOLE. HER SILVER-BUT YOU LO\ODOVON THIEF-ROBBING ROOtA WITH E,S- DOE TALK 1UL STILL HAxVE TO ARE THE FOLLOWING EDDIE ROMMEL, BEARDSLEY MISS IMA JUNfc' BUG&., COPR 1943 BY NEA SERVICE INC T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. ' By V. T. Hamlin On Their Way BUT WfcVE MORE IMPORTANT MATTERS TO WORRV ABOUT FIRST... SO C'MOM, LET'S GETOM TO 6AYIM' YOU RE SOIN' 9OMEPLACE AN' REM.Ly 6ETTIM' THERE'S LIKELY TO BE TWO DIP- OH.I - FERENT WOULDN'T SAV THAT ANSWF.U: EcWie Rommel, Conner pitcher and now American ague umpire; iioai-dsluy Hum], author of rtuml.income tax plan;, Invin Rommel, Nazi general. SHORT WAR, WASN'T ^^T,.^, D 77^\VAH! YOU SURE PLAYED Y WELLA [T ? NOW LETJS A-jy^^SA H0« WITH 'EM ... I OF YOURS/ BUT I GUESS WE'VE PRETTY WELL DISPOSED. OF THEM, TOO . THAT'S SEE... WHERE THAT' / WERE WE? OH.YEH... OUGHTA TAKE A SWAT AT YOU.' OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople ESMX' COMW6 DOT OF THICKET, FEKTORES . ._/ MH EARLN FMR. t)RA,VOlWS ROOMS OR. \ FORBIDS MU ?>l^Klt^e TO 6TVLB, Mt^SDK. M FLf^GE? NMKS OONi'T AR.B SOD 3C31M OUR. -DOZ.EM LET Tl4E OLD\ DID MOO JjTHW OKiCOOTH .. . . &BT f\ fe> A=> FOR. BLOOAAfJ CHILL ^\1'M A80LVT "TO 6f\&K IW siroit—sus^w? SUMIS GVAOST STORIES f T.-. • -* - - r-'.' * •- t t.. COPfl. 1W3 B* NEA SEHV1CF. INC. 1. M. HEC U. 6 PAT OFF By Merrill Blosser Lefty Explains Freckles and His Friends AH-' NOW we RET GETTING SOMEWHERE.' Tt-lEN . ,. WHATHAPPENEP? ^ ME DROVE AWAY WITH T^^E^A IM HIS IM HIS . „ . TRUCK } SURE! HOW COULD HE HAULTWO LEFTY, WHERE WHAT BODV: DIDM'T YOU SOMEBODY YEAH—I GAVE BOTH BARRELS TO OLD MAM JONES' BOTH BARRELS ? ABOUT? 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