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14-jn^n, 1 , '„, 4 ** <."*'»'•>• «- ' - .^AJM-WWaBJIW^toiB^^^^, „» -Att^.^.^. . -., pqgs Fou HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS II __Thursc!ay, January 31, By Chick Young \ 'tfhe Hat check girl sold me back my hat and coat and I called up Judge Garrissy at his club. 3ust as I stepped cab pulled up out I'M JUST LEAVING FOR THE FIGHTS, FLI(<T, AND I'VE GOT TWO RINGSIDE SEATS. tlL LEAVE ONE AT Jl THE DOOR K THE STREE AS SLICK AS GLASS. I MORE I CAN RASS THIS LAPV SLIPPING IS always look inside before getting in a cab. That's why the hand that grabbed forme didn't quite make it. HANK GOODNESS, BLONDIE DIDN'T SEE IT--SHE'LL BE IN THE KITCHEN THIS IS VIC FLINT, JUDGE. I WANT TO SEE YOU. *. N 1VF?.^P.. TARIFF, I'D LIKE TO OFFER A REWARD V WE'LL"! fTHAT "LEAVES X NOT IF WE ASSUME HAL HAD TRACKED je%JMES/DQ OURlJ US JIJ5T WHERE I POVVN JULKIE.. AND WAS MURDERED A ?. IT MJ ?*?J™. 1 V F STACTfD, HE OPENED JEROME'S EMPTY GRAVE , .. .. SAIP THE KIDNAPER ARRIVED \ CHRISTMAS MERE SIX DAV;? PAV.'MESSE > .V TEE E5CAPINS VOU THINK Tr.E Pruce TRAP, / HE CAV\6 i ---.'.'.ieR I9,I929--/ tJ-.5G.I5EP WFVE SOT TO-/1 AS ,\ 1NTA : CI.I IC ' Side Glances By Galbraith CA, 4 I IMAGINE WHY HE WAS FOUND IN MYRON'S GRAVE! MATKI WAI?t SIGHT VSCOPCMY A ND CELIA SON- DRINK / SOME ,V\ORKIN', F.VRDNEK/ Y~ THANKS H=5S, TAKE A SWIS ]>OUff NAMES Or THIS BROTH, ITU /GRUB-STAKE' PIN YOU PROPER/ THAT. . . ~\A An; /f / •'• i • •O • «/• 'j ^V i^tfi ~~"V'V'V^SL" -- v '- '.-?-•-: ' -' • w • j v ' < 3" 1 r IMAX V^, £.-%$!»**. ~^e •'• • . r^ ***• .(/.'/ ------ i , ^^€^m v*- f^^ifyp —-V-V-/'' ; ?•'' -> isriL-/?^- *=&y-^< dity? l *^\38$& sl! > ,^f -r-& r ^-r.*» vvss 5 * HENRY - IF YOU GET YOUR FEET WET JUST ONCE MORE TODAY YOU'LL BE SPANKED/ NOW GO TAKE YOUR BATH/ COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. s. PAT. OFF. "Too bad the Navy isn't giving E's for pro duction. You have triplets!" ' "It mus! be love this time, dea%—last night at dinner with him 1 caught myself smiling without trying!" Freckles and His Friends By Blosser Funny Business i ife .tWTQ.JTHENl LEAVE ir^ By Hershberger MR.- WAVMAW.THIS IS YOUE. DO THAT.' I DOM'T TO ME ' 1 rviM'r ' NEXT-DOOR. NEIGHBOR./ . ! WANT TO'&B AM / LIKE . I'M COMPIAININ6 A&OW TWAT RACKET IN YOUR DOES. 1 YOU JUST BALL WITH AMD ANSWER. THE' PHONE WHEN IT ^ IT'S MO USE, UMCA J CXDMALD, TUE OD- (SANJOWICH BOACD ^ MEW AGE SO BIG IS IT, ) A NEIGHBOR.— COMPLAINING' .— DADDY? /ABOUT THE NOISE I ARE THEY / SPEAK. A FALLING- LITTLE- . FOR. IT? y LOUDER./ L °°*> AL.L-ey. vye-PELAUL SNAk'LEP/ HOW ABOD1 UP ON THE SUBJECT OF LOST ATLAMTI5, SO WE'RE NEED OF AM EXPECIEMC TIME TGAVELEf?' DO MOTH/N 1 TILL I GET AW WHISKERS BACK}/ SOMEHOW I CATHE2 1 OOP DOESM'T SHARS OUR ENTHUSIASM FOR THE VENTURE.' j. COMTCOVERSV? Boy, whal finesse!" Thimble Theater ASO/VAETIMES" I ~\ ALMOST HATE J II j— / I' HOPES OLIVE AN' OSCAR WILL BE HAPPy, QUIET! Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople HE'S SPYIWG OW MERLIrV GOOD GRIEF/HERE HE AKID HIS ATOMIC ^^^ EXPERIMENTS/ OAKY, MY ROMAWCE WITH JW HE TVIE Sn-CAl I FD I npn ^fM 5rYIKIff GW, PROFESSOR .' TIZIMS R-TO \M NiETTED ONiUY THERE SHOULD BE A LAW AGIM' PUTTIM' 'EM UP SO EAELV--WHy IT'S ALMOST AS BAD AS PER. NEXT 4£t SWEATS ^VEAH/H£'6 OVER A PR03eCT^ II^THfc , VJORV< ^ IsiOVO TO CHrXMGE: I STRATOSPHERE! COOR6E OF W-*"-HlS MlrOt 1KB MISSISSIPPI }1 ISWILUM6, RIMER psNJO *\. BOT HIS IRR.\GPCTE ARID V/MUSCLES OF I S'POSE 'AT'S TO GIVE YOU TIME \ ^ TO SAVE » ^ YOUR MONEV PER IT-AM' THAT'S TORTURE TOO' THE SO-CALLED LORD . BOWEHEAD 15 JUST A GAME- TO HELP ME r/ fi '- J * •SET EVIDENCED "TO PROVE HE'S A SPY/ , nil i A ALL K& TO VOORK IS rr MESH \MITHTK6 IDEft OF- . 'CALLUSES? 1 GOT A CO^FESSIOtJlpi'OLS'RE ADrMTTINiG TOA-\\KE ADOUTAY \\ You SALTED n C52LD "F^<\ >/l \ -""-'INC13I' US ^vi^ /I- ->^5T_FQQL>^ / DOESA.DWS .. \NORK6ftBBlN6ABOUTlT SOOM eJJr-flSS-fti/'JiJ'fc „ Thursday, January 31, 1946 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Ads Must Be In Office Dny Before Publication All W;nH Ads Cnsh In Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone Ono tiino . Three Minus . 2c word, minimum 30e . 3l/ 2 e word, minimum 50c Six times , Ono month . 5c word, minimum 7Sc 18c word, minimum $2.70 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only ••THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL' For Sale MAI.I'IS CiltASS MAY. fide liali>. lloclivorod in KID bale W. II. liurkc, Hope, Ri. :i. [Mm AI.I.IH CIIAI.MKRS MODEL sir. Kloyd 1'orterficld. 12-lt I!M() IIOIJ.Y IMVIUSON MOTOH- c.veli; . (!ood [ires, good condit- , Uin. See Lloyd Leverel.1., :.()7'>'. ShovL-r St. Hope, Ark. 2-l-!it l!).'i(i 1''()H|J COUI'K. GOOD MO- tor, .fair Un>?. J'fay be .seen in moon at Ilic/l-'cediprs! Supply ..jW: 2'1-ct IN EXCEL- Atli radio. i^it/.'Scrvicc. i ,So.t'ond st. £\ Co. .limes Mav Phone ai'liJ. Aif BICYCL'I;), condi.tion. ?^ii) 1844 G. M. halt ton t condition, lieardcn. uc ONK AND ONE- Good tires, good . Phone S2IJ-W. Re 41(i Soutii Grady. inald 28-31 TWO YOUNG JEIISKY COWS. Two gallon;; daily now. Al.so other '• good grade hcef slock. McCor- F inick OeerinK Cultivator, other f.-ii-m tools. Sam .1. Hurlsl'ickl, Prescott Route 5. Phone Harris i *'INE COUNTRY Real Estate for Sale NICE FIVE ROOM HOUSE AT Emmet. Price $1000. Close in. Sam C'rabb, Box 40, Emmet. 29-Ot FIVE ROOM HOUSE, TWO LOTS, good condition on Adar struct, two blocks off old 67 'liway back of Alex Purllc's properly. Can give clear title. A. T. Taylor. . 29-01. NICE FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW and garage, located at 1020 West Seventh modern in every respect. Also new living room suite, rocker, breakfast room suite, gas heater and cook stove, two bedroom suites, complete with ma- tress and springs. If interested see Floyd Poterfiold. 2fi-(it NICE six ROOM HOUS'E~LOCAT- ed al South Walnut. See Floyd Porterfield. 2G-(i GOOD SEVEN ROOM HOUSE ON North Walnut. Close in $4,000. 120 ACRES, G MILES OUT. BLACK and mixed land. Nice 7 room house. 3 room tenant house. A real bargain. $4,700. See Riley Lcwiillen. 28-31 SI on 2tj-.'it APARTMENT SIZE COOK. STOVE" 10(1, Fryers. C. L. Roberls, 306 North Ferguson. Phone 242. 28-IH CHEAP, TV.'O IRON BEDS, T pair springs, 1 dresser, 1 oak side board. A. A. Rogers. Old Fertilizer Plant. 28-3t ________ HOME ON Highway. Electric line and other modern conveniences good barns, and out houses 150 acres land well fenced, and watered by wells and springs. C. B. Tyler. 28-31 SEE C. B. TYLER FOR REAL ES- tale at prices that you can afford to pay. Office al 119 Cotton Row. 28-31 ^GARDEN TliACTOR AND EQUIP- P mcnl. See Alfred Haynes, old Broadway court. Highway 07 east of Hope. Phone ,'i44. 29-61 ONE STUDIO COUCH, ONE B';iJ, one divsr.er. three small tables', one stove. All pre-war. First floor, East Apts. Foster Ave A pi. 3(|.;jt ONE AND ONDMIALF TON DOD- .t;e truck. Same as new. See Jim F;v:;ll:ner, iwo miles west of Kinniet. 30-31 NOW BLACK LAND AT "SANDY land prices. Why buy poor land. See C. B. Tyler for land at pleasing prices. 28-31 WELL WATER- ^Sce C "B Lost or Strayed BROWN JERSEY COW. LEFT horn stripped. Reward for information or return. Forrest Saunders, Emmet, Rt. 1. 28-31 Services Offered TfEGfSTERED SPENCER COR~- Koliorc, individually designed rarscls, brassieres, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs Huth Do/ier, 318 North Elm SI Mope. Ark. Phone 144-.I. 28-1m For Rent GKOCEHY AND SERVICE STA- tion with residence. Stock and J'ivlures below inventory. See or fall A. M. lU'Uis. Prescott, Hlf.-F-lM. ao-a Lost OFEMALK SETTER. LEMON EAR- od, white body. Small lemon ticked spots on body. Weighs about 40 pounds. Three years old. Liberal reward. Lost Sunday, January 17m i>»nr Palmos. 'Finder please notify C. E. Allen, Camden or i-uiiift Martin, Patmos. Help Wanted DKSiii ABLE TERRTTORIE!; open in Arkansas I'or men and , u wriiK'n who can lake orders for ••*• i,'orgnoiis drosses and costume, jewelry at low factory prices, write Shcba Ann Frocks. Post Otlice Box R(j2, Foil Smith, Arkansas. 31-01 BULOVA WATCH AT EMMET lli.uli School. Keturn watch no 1 questions asked. Reward. Mrs K. E. Little. 3l-:u PASTURE LAND ed at $6.00 per Tyler. ; 4 ROOM MODERN COTTAGE reasonable price. C. B. Tyler 28-31 TWO 80 ACRES TRACTS AT THE price of one. On State highway Three houses barns, all for $2750 C. B. Tyler. 28-3t OUR MOTTO. ALWAYS A~ItEA. sonable price, a Square deal, and a good title. C. B. Tyler. 28-31 45 ACRES. ONE-HALF - acres in pulpwood sas Fair Enough By Wcstbrook Poglcr Copyright, 194G By King Features Syndicate. H. C. Wciull. of Dayton. O., was one ot the men wno dealt with Wallace O. Hoin/.o, then of the Smaller War Plants Corporation, later and now general manager of the International Latex Corporation, when Heinxe was demanding manulacHiring orders for his fu- lure employer at a price which the army denied excessive The item involved was a life raft for army flyers. m. Vvenut repori.s that a representative of army intelligence called on him last fall to get his version of the deal with International Latex whose president is Abraham N 'Spanel, a strong admirer of Henry Wallace and a New Deal, left-wing propagandist by means of lavis' 1 cxnerirlllu.ro fo>- newspaper space. It may be stated a...u i.nn at least .one other intelligence operative went to Dayton, M>ii 0rc Wright Field is situated, and where much of this kind of pur- i..,, using was handled, to investigate the deal. This man reports that an officer at Wright Field told him the case would be pigeon- l,,.l...l hue;,!,!!,. i' w; , s "| { , 0 | u ,| | 0 handle" and because some of the t-ihoiis imoived wuiu "loo'oig." As hitherto stated, Col. Phillips W. Smith, now on duty at the War Department, stated recently in Washington that Major Matthew J Fox, a reserve officer, formerly with Smaller War Plants, told him in Europe that there was "White House pressure" behind Spanel's successful effort to get contracts at prices which, in the end were re- , duced, but nevertheless were still the maximum paid i'or this device. Mr. Wendt says the army intelligence investigator who interviewed him was especially interested in a report that, in insisting on a price of "J125 n.,,,.1, c ni . (!,„ life rafts to the Spunel firm, as against a final prin.: 01 »i_, i.t'lu..-.- said, by phone from Washington: "This comes directly from the Whil ° House — Harry Hopkins." "This statement was supposed _ , to have been made via long dis- i : e i rom vVashington to me by AT Heinzo during the last meeting we i ai my purchasing agents) had in Dayton regarding the Latex contract." Mr. Wendt writes. "This meeting was attended by Colonel Snlxman, Lt.-Col. Foy (Fred Foy now of J. Walter Thompson Company. that Heinxe demanded that I must secure the contract for Latex for 5,000 life rafts at $12, r i each .This was a must. No cx- -.ji I fuses. However, I do not recall that ^ Hcin? - c saic '. 'This comes directly ,-,-,, -t c., in-5 Wpst , qirn,.i Hon. BO,) \\est did Sti eel, Hope . 30-31 Notice, SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and belter bargains. Phone 470. 14-lm INCOME TAX SERVICE. IF YOU have income tax troubles. I will bo glad to help you. Do it now, avoid the rush in the last days. Charges reasonable. J. W. Strickland. 24-7w WE BUY, SELL OR TRADE household furniture. Anything of value. Your sell won't be "loo small, and they don't get too large. See us at 220 East Third St. City Furniture Co. Phone 873 28-1 m Wanted to Buy WANT TO BUY A 1940-4U OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet? Buck Williams, 100 South Walnut Street Phone BOO. 17.11 WE BUY FIELD AND peas. Monts Seed Store. TABLE 31-12 Thoughts If one man sin againsl another, the judge shall judge him: but if a mail sin against the Lord, who sha_ll intreat for him?— I Samuel For PHOTOGRAPHS in your home Phone 493 COLLIN BAILEY Loe's Tourist Cafe- Featuring 1 ^ , • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue «Fish • Sandwiches •Soft/brinks Open G a. m. to 12 Midnight Private Dining Room—Phone 222 Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Lop City Limits & Highway 67 West Law can discover sin, but not remove, Save by those shadowy expitations weak.— Milton. For Sale 1939 Ton and One-Half DODGE TRUCK In A-l mcchaniciil condition. Priced lo sell. 2 CAR RADIOS WRECKING ONE 1936 PLYMOUTH also ONE A-MODEL COBB'S Wrecking Yard Phone 57 Highway 67, West Hope, Ark. Girls'Team in Farewell to Coach The Hope Girls Basket ball team gave a farewell parly for Inch coach. Mrs. Margarile Chonski, at the homo of Miss Jane Dodds Tuesday night following thcii game with an independent team. The guests enjoyed a .: hot-dog supper which was followed''by dancing and games. T.hose attending were: Misses Margie Lou May. Ma.xinc Powell, Wanda >.' ; Lawson, Norrna Joan Franks, Pat' Collier Lottie Phippin. Joyce Fincher, Bobbit Bright Troy Mammons, Ella Dean Beck, Dorothy Lec^Pal Martin, Margaret Phippin, Glen May. Mrs. Chonski and Jane Drtdds. Mrs. Chonski who was the physcial education teacher for Hope High School the first semester, helped the girls obtain a basketball team, and backed them in every. She resigned her. 5 positiOi. in order to join her husb'and, LI, Col. Chonski. who is stationed at Pueblo, Colo. Clubs -o- °' y ' J3ut l * us[ cl() n ° l remember it. Latex never did get $125 for life 1 -.|. u s\VPr took a prime contract for 5,000 rafts at $85 and sub..., uuieu me mime order to Latex. Other bidders were tossed out at about the same price, as wit- 1 ness my files." A memorandum in the War Department files reports a meeting of general, then colonel, Albert J. Browning, until recently director of purchases for the army air force, Colonel Foy, and 'two other officers, with Fox and Hcinze, both of Smaller War Plants, War Prod"•lion Board. Coy. Foy said International La- lt-.\ had an eni" oiTiin.-n-i'- ' l--"o overhead which drove up the price Colonel Foy saici uj,,i .. L accepted SWPC's recommendation of a price of $101 as against $63 or $64 bid by others on tne ground that International had to absorb unusually large overhead the army would have to do the same for other firms "He stilted," the memorandum says, "that it was not the general practice of companies to try and charge off all their overhead on one contract and that if SWPC felt this company should get the con- t'-act perl-tans they ought to take the contract and give it to them. Colonel browniiig remarked mat the amount of additional cost was so terrific that it couldn't be set up as the operating inefficiency of a small company as against a' big one but the absorption of overhead of a company that could da a lot more business under one contract." Further on, the memorandum says: "Mr .Fox stated tnai this company had not been operating for almost a year and if it weren't for the fact that it did a fairly substantial peace-time business they would not be in existence today that it is a question whether, Tf they don't gel this they will remain in business as they have 40- odd key people with whom they have been pleading to stay. They have been using these people to develop various things for the quartermaster corps, engineers and marines." Hcinxe said Colonel Foy had mentioned the company's expenditure for political advertising and stated that not a penny of this cost was included in overhead figures Colonel Browning replied that the assumption was ihat if International hadn't spent the money on po- UNION GROVE The Union Grove Home Demon- slralion club met on January 16. at 2:30 p. m. al the home of Mrs.' F. V. Porterfield. Meeting was called :o order by Ihe president, Mrs. Salisbury. Devotional was given by the hostess. Roll call by the secretary, Miss Virgic Whatley, roll call was responded to by a new year's resolution by each nr-mhov. Minutes were read and adopted. New officers were elected as follows: President, Mrs. t-'.-V.' Port-' orfield; vice-president. Miss Virgie' Whatlev; secretary and treas"-or M'rs. Salisbury; reporter, Mrs, ivlonroe Willis. Project leaders: Food and nutrition.' Mrs. J. E. Causey; gardening. Mrs. W. C. Carl Evans; poultry, Mrs. W. C. Johnson; landscape gardening, Mrs. Johnson; food conservation, Mrs. Salisbury; household management, Mrs. Olin Yarberry; clothing, Mrs. Monroe Willis; homo improvement and handicraft, Mrs. F. V. Porterfield; belter babies. Mrs. Moore: recreational program and song leader, Mrs. Carl Evans; safety chairm.in-Homc nursing. Mrs. J. E. Causey. Miss Westbrook outlined the work for the new year and urged all of us to try to accomplish more this year. Refreshments were served by the hostess. We had as our demonstration the proper setting of the table, serving different foods and correct table manners which was enjoyed by all present. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. J. E. Causey. Demonstration will be the construction of hoi beds. Meel- ing adjourned at 4 p. m. WALLACEBURG The Wallaccburg Home Demonstration club met at the home of Mrs. John House January 24 with 11 members present. The meeting was called lo order by Ihc president. The song of the month was sung by all. The devotional was read by the hostess, Mrs. John. House. The roll was called with each one answering with one new year's resolution. New officers were elecled for this year. Miss Westbrook gave an interesting demonstration on setting the table and some games were : played. The next meeting will'be.at Mrs. Elijah Slcphens. , - o BOMB AND BEAR A method used by flyers over Ihc Pacific in determining surface wind direction during the war was by observing the course of smoke from burning Japanese ships. Basketball Results By The Associated Press l^ast Connecticut \Vesleyan 49; U. Suuinarine .base (New London i • Cornell G4 ; Colgate 54. Ohio -State 43; Pittsburgh 33. Princeton 44; Villanova 3d. Philadelphia Navy Base 04; Penn 38. Yale 51); Columbia 45. South Wright Field (Ohio) 05; North MARTIN NOTICE Now is the time to sell that old washer WE BUY - SELL AND TRADE Let us appraise your old machine and place your order for a New Maytag Complete Repairs and Paint Jobs on Washers and Bicycles. Prompt <$. Expert Service Visit Our New Store JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE Phone 209 304 East 2nd Foge Five SPORTS ROUNDUP •BT Haah S, FuUerlOB. Jr.- •Vr.\ v York. Jan. 31. — (/I 1 )— Trade papers in the railroad field are preparing sketches of IClmcr Lay- Jen. . . maybe that's the answer lo the question of what football's Ihin man will dp now that he's no longer commissioner. . . And what F iiucK 01 a business for an ex- 'horseman!". .. . Barney Ewell, Uie veteran sprinter, . blames a week at the Army separation cen- ler I'or his defeat by Eddie Conner well al Philadelphia last week, .-jut there's no complaihg against being separated. . . Hint of what 10 expect during the baseball season comes from the American i-ague Ked Book. Earl Hllligan ""•• lk'"H nlayliiR records of ath- eles still, in service so the dope win be on hand when they're discharged. Suggstion Box Promoter Mike Jacobs, who has jeen on the pan frequently for exercising too much control over •jo.xing, proposes to rid the sport of side contracts such as the one .hat's causing the Fritzie Zivic- ITreddie Cochrane flareup . . . from here the taoxin.u com- missions and N. B. A. could do the job easily if they'd refuse lo rec- ogni/.e as .champion any fighter who agreed lo turn over part ol his earnings to a predecessor and to take the title from anyone who insisted on such an agreement before defending it Of course, the boys might try to gel around such regulations, but chances are they couldn't keep things secret — noi when there's a lot of dough involved Grin And Bear It .... When Jim Tatum, Oklahoma's new football coach held his firs', press conference the other day, & photographer demanded: "Show me a dimple" Jim put on hi: best grin (and why shouldn't he a $27,000 for three years?) and wisecracked: "This may be the las lime I'll smile for Ihree years' Rumors from Ann Arbor have it that Bennie Ooslerbaan will retin from basketball coaching aftei Michigan's season ends lo concen Irate on being Fritz Crisler's No 1 football assistant lilical propaganda the firm could have' used it lo take care of the overhead. In a memorandum to Robert Patterson, then undersecretary, now secretary, of war, on April 19, 1944, Browning, then promoted to brigadier, said: "In addition to high charges for labor and manufacturing overhead, administrative overhead (of International Latex> was oul of line. On 13 March 1943, a half-fKige advertisement of the International Latex Corporation appeared in the Washington Post and presumably in other papers. (Nole: Many large polilical propaganda ads were run in many papers.) Since International Latex had stated that they had no going contracts or other business, the question arose whether the cost of this advertising and similar expenses had not been included in the costs estimated for the life raft contract." General Brosvning told Patterson the advertising campaign suggested to him and his colleagues cither that the company had ample funds for indirect advertising or that its management was using unsound judgment. "On IS March 1943, Mr. Heinzc and Mr. Fox of WPB continued to plead for International Latex but could not bring any arguments to bear that overcame the excessively high price." For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Ninht Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark County Agent Notes Tlie University of Arkansas College of Agriculture Extension Service has prepared an Arkansas 1946 Farm and Home outlook with the .'ollowing general outlook summery: What will 1946 be like for farmers? It will be a year ^for adjusting farm production to meet peacetime needs. National'Income will be lower by about 15 per cent. Con- .anner purchasing power will fall •)ff, bul not as. much as national income. Prices of farm products, gen- srally, will average lower than in arolina Stale 43. Virginia Tech 48: Virginia Military Institute 24. Randolph-Macon 54; Lynchburg 49. Alabama 30; Mississippi 34 . West Virginia 72; Geneva 45. Midwest Crilc Hospital 4G; Toledo U 44. Western Michigan 5G; Camp rant (111) 54. Otlawa (Kas) 37; Bethany (Lindsborg) 33. Chp"'ile Field 47; Camp Alter- bury 39. ...jiu.ia State 58; Central (Ind) Normal 34. Fort Riley 52; Hulchinson (Ka's) Naval Air Slalion 3(! Washhurn (Kasi 53; Southwestern College (Kas) 42 . oouthwtst Arizona State College 54; Luke Field 2G. wes 1 Texas State 72; Eastern New Mexico 42. | Far West Stanford 47' Del Monte Nav'y 40. Univ. of Nevada 42; Treasure Island Armed Guard 38. 1945. The farm labor situation wi- improve only slightly with farrr wages at. or near wartime levels More machinery and equipmei will be available, but there may b some advance in price. Fertilize- supplies are expected to be abou 10 per cent larger lhan last year. How much farm produce will bi needed in 194G? The need for fooc will still be great. Total demanc for farm production is likely to b only slightly under last year's high level, but people will have abou 10 per cent less money with whic! to buy. Reduced military purchase of most farm products will be large ly offset by expanding civiliar needs and by increased purchase 1 for relief in war-torn countries and for export trade. With the har vesling of crops in Europe and th< other areas where food is needed demand for relief shipments wil' likely be reduced sharply. This wil' be a year for farmers to product the food needed for a hungry world but since a decline in both demand and orice might occur, not one ii which to take long chances. Will prices farmers receive be higher or lower in 1946? They arc likely lo be lower. Prices of sonv farm products will be fairly well maintained; others are expected tc weaken considerably. Cash receipls from marketings may be reduced by as much as 10 per cent. ' Willthe government support the price of farm products in 1946? The government has promised to support the price of certain farm products-at not less than 90 per,cent of M,, jy,,. n ,, 0] .j nr i n [ ;1 j ]east two years from the officially declared _..u ui me; emergency, farmers should not look upon the price sup- porl program as a desirable market outlet for their products. The purpose of this, guarantee is to permit DODGE SMOOTHEST C A R A F I 0 A T EVINRUDE DEALERS IN HOPE BE READY FOR NEXT SEASON!. EVINRUDE Right now is the time to plan on that outboard for next Summer. We invite you to come and give us your order now, so you will be all ready when summer arrives. Don't wait, Come in Today. Hamm Tire & Appliance Co. Phone 21 215 S. Walnut 'sinners to make the ncedod shifts' K ••"'•• .•ifi-> 1 -^n ..,.-,,.<; ,,t ,-, • •: - ( n their production and to iriot-t in England, there wus no-.jifjnled aoaceUmc needs ond lessen in thisj^"K"»-- wny the jar of Culling prices. Will farm expenses be higher or lower in 1040? They may be slightly lower. Prices for seed, purchased food, and livestock feed may decline as prices of farm product's are '-educed. On Die other hand, prices for tractors, other farm machinery, and building materials may average higher. Farm wage rates nrnh- ably will not change much during the early part of 1940, but may be some lower later in the year. Two frozen food locker schools to rain personnel for operating locker plants will be held in February and March. The 12-weeks courses will begin February 11 at Kansas State -ollcgc, Manhattan, and March 20 at Ohio State University. Colum- "JS. Tuition will be between $60 and OS. Veterans will receive full ben- •fit from the G. I. Bill of Rights vith tuition and a monthly subsist- ^nce allowance. -ill farm machines should be .•hecked for parts needing roplacc- lent or repair and the orders plac- d well in advance of the season for vhich the machines are needed. Rc)air part orders should include the 'armers' name and address, type nd make of machine, model and late when made, name or descriptor) of part, quantity of parts, and art number. If the part number •annot be found, names and nunir iers of other parts to which the '"sired oart attaches should be ;iven. Quick parts delivery will probably not be available. '_. Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. LET ME REPAIR Your Clocks, Toasters, Hot Plates, and All Electrical Appliances LILE'S FIX-IT SHOP 933 SERVICE STATION Phone 933 or 869-R Tailor Made SEAT COVERS Direct from Factory Orders filled within 10 days ROBERT R. RIDER Phone 435-J Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights Doctors say yourkldnoyB contain 1C mites eftmytubtisoriilterswhichhelplopurifythe blood nnd keep you healthy. When they B et tired nnd don't work right In the daytime, manyrjcoplehaveloKolupniKhtR.Frewient oriBcnntynnssaecswilhBmartingnn.l burning sometimes shows there is something wrong Won't neglect with your kidneys or rills""-?,^™' 1 '! A6 , k .r 01Ir .<I™eBi'--t for Doah'd fj»nilon? U ^^^ CALL US FOR YOUR WIRING and REPAIR TROUBLES Phone 231-R HOUSTON ELECTRIC CO. Delton Houston COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply DR.H. T. SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J THEO LONG For Plumbing Telephone 674-J Hope, Arkoniai Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliances FLOOR MATS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main SHEET METAL WORK of all kinds See IRA HALIBURTON, Jr. at the Haliburton Sheet Metal Works CALL US FOR Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repairs. Used Machine Parts & Supplies. We buy, sell, exchange and handle only genuine Singer parts. We will make an Electric out of your treadel for $22.50. Phone 361-H. C. W. YANCEY. Singer Dist. 615 West Division SPRAY PAINTING KEMTONING done the SPRAY WAY LUM RATELIFF Phone 180-W 518 W. Div. Hope, Ark. COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co. Phone 370 Hope, Ark. Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP \ East 2nd St. Phone 78' Alterations Pressed While You Walt SEE US FOR THE • REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling. Doug /^ITV Carl Bacon V^i I I Jones | ELECTRIC CO. Phone 784 • Reol Estate If you are in the market Mo buy or sell Farmland or-City Property, call or""; . see ., .'.'*,," -' /* Calvin E. Cassidy * Phone 489 Hope, Ark. Arkansas Bank Building Ses Us For BABY CHICKS: You'll like our quality chicks, hatched , right from selected (locks. Hardy, fdsi. growers. Low price. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th and La. Sts Phone 25 ARE YOU? Getting the most effective property insurance coverage at the lowest possible cost? Ask Us About U Today HOUSTON INSURANCE AGENCY Howard A. Houston Chas. A. Malone Phone .... 61 Magazines You can now get the latest issue of your favorite Magazine at GENTRY PRINTING CO. (Commercial Printers) Phone 241 Hope, Ark. LOANS To Farmers and Stockmen. TO FINANCE YOUR CROPS AND CATTLE See E. M. McWilliams SEED STORE Representative for NASHVILLE PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION

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