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IN SIX ROOM ' HOUSK UcAnn Good condition. J D Samuel, Hope, RI. n. ./ ( i-;it _ __ 20-ot WILSON S ' W ' Williamson. kory St., Hope or Guer- Col, rod School, Kullon 2 0-3t L.C. Kennedy, Near Ho- _«uc_Slorc on Highway 29. 18-31 ONE FATRBANKS~RibT?SE~GAS- oline .cnRinc-3 II. P. Force pump and jack. Also tank. See Sihls PVdM of many Nursery lH-(il MO HALES OF HAY :!Or~i'Fii bale at barn. B. C. Lewis. R|" 9 fcnover Springs, Uodeaw road'. TWO WHEEL LUGGAGE TRAU- or, metal top. (1:50 b v IQ { - lrc t Good G. M. Shoemaker, phone _. Al ' k - 13-31 BUS HAUL, HAULING~WORK'^lVs can haul 40. (i davs a woek S"f Chas. Brown. Barlow Hotel Wednesday, February 20 be-' and 9:30 p.m. l(j-3| ,,, BROOD- imi r , ca P 1aclt . v -<nP'-m°stat con- uol. Good condition .only used twice. E. C. Hacker, 8 miles south Hope on highway 29 18-31 HOPE STAR, H February 20, 1.946 By Chick Young l, if I didn't know I could guess, LOUSE YOU CAN WORK ON LATER WHEN START ASKING \ QUESTIONS. I jj!/ 1 ISN'T IT AWFULLY w > 11 ihi i -Hi. i ir-iw l^B w *»••'/ • * *• v§ i *.t i n n< IWTT i (.vuiu vucjj,, TO &3»¥ 8 M ig^;:. the lillle *» beside Scarf l THE WORLR WAV UP MOW DID y, HIGH IN THE SKY ME 6RING \l ANO BROUGHT SOU MS WERE?)\ TO OUR MOUSE COLD UP TMec?e,POP TOR A LITTLE BITTY NAKED BABV? WE DON T WAMNA FORGET TO ASK HIM WHAT HE WENT TO TitAT NEWSPAPER OFFICE FOR, AND WHO HE WAS TALKIN' TO, ROV. ONE ALUS CHAL.MKHS MODEL Caterpill,,,. j-Vnyd Porlcrficld 12-lf ^f^ssis rgAsv WAITS... THEM SLOWLY WTBKS HIS ^ WAY TO A DOOR OF THE SILENT HOUSf.... ^ (P RAILING BEHIND THE TANK TO THE ^ OPPOSirc S/DS, EASY DARTS FOR THE HOUSE CORMEfc. A FEW FEET AWAY... Side Glances By Galbraith MAIDENS Trademark R-ulstcrtd U. S. Patent Office OH, OH.' «?,\t6 S miMRU THE FLOOR 1W2 NASM "COO.""six~PASSKNC^ -i couix.. Now motor, extra «V,od n ',1 l K ' rl ' ( 'ft conclilion .1C Daknr.215 South er ro sHoor WHERE HE SAW ME LAST"- BLA7E5/ IT NICKEP.HY SLEEVE.' __ TWO PAIR YOUNG MUI.K^ONP jnur comini; :i and -I "yca'r < lr I "no pair comiiiK 4 and rt vo,,' old.. See W.B. RUKI-IOS shorn- Springs road or phone 31-.I-V . ...... MCcoRMick DEEKINC; CLILTI". valor Engie clow atlachmenu Also two rural tolopiumcs. A rcii Moore, phone 420. 2fl-:n " CELIAL. its BLINKIE/ PODE nip, SHE TOOK QUITE A BEATING... STILL BREATHING ...SHE'LL BE c5ET HER WANT IOO< AT THAT OLP . WATRRFALL , ,V\Y L.A5T WERE ABWT TUNNEL, HEAPED INTO THE POTT^M OF NOTHIN5/ Y'AVEAU THAT WATERFALL SfMLLEP THE T\V0 Of= YOU CVT OF THE CAVE ' PEACH, APPLE ANH trcH-s. Rose bushes, shurb.s :,.nrl over K recns varieties, llempslead and Florist, Phone 2I«i. " When I used to put this sign ///> 7 was the iuost important man in the neighborhood, so I'm going to tiy it again." Freckles and His Friends By Blosser COPS. 19W BY NEA SERVICE. ISC. T.'M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. '"Maybe 1 only imugine it, but it seems to me the meals are much belter since you got home and Mother begau cooking tlie dishes you always liked!" ' . ?unny Business By Hershberger SO FAR, I HAVEN'T HAVE A , . DECIDED WHAT VOU HEA.R.T, JuMlOR.! VOUE. MOTHER'S PHONOGRAPH CAN DO FOE. ME IF L MOUTH FECOE.DS, BUT YOU'RE MOT „ GOING TO SNITCH, ARE VOL)? KIDDIN' ABOUT PASTIES S/VAACK ICE CREAN MC'S CAMP, of Hope. YOU C£EAK\-,p(JFFS'' DOIN' BUSINESS WITH AN EXPERT/ OKAV— WHAT CAM I YOU KEEP OUT OF DO FOR- YOU ? JUST / TWIS ! I'M DEALING- NAME IT I , r—' WITM THIS MEATBALL —THE PAP-TV OF FIRST PART/ >£•:•> "-* ^ JJfll' r '"""'"sSgjgr I VANT WHISKERS , BUT V J.^_. "^k THAN< HSWENS THAT CAMS Gf'MI...WHICH fiLLSY OOP SflUlTEZ BY RUNNING AV fX- PL.ORATC&Y HAUD ALONG W/S JAW. ?) WAS ONLY A DRE.4M/ COP«. H«3YNEASEI!VICE. INC.'T: M. M0. U. S. PAT. OFF "Boy, that was a whopper, huh?" t * \ COPR. 1346'BY'NEA.SERVICE..INC._T..M..REC i JJ._S ; p'A.F/ Thimbie Theater ^LOTS OF THIMQS HAVE NEVER , BEEN PONE .'.Vgg^ka^g r < r^rt ^ /fflKk> - SMS i^. ... . -^. Kinj; l-t-aturts Syndicate, Inc., WnrUI rights rcn- /cd. I C4M THIWkrT OF WO' WORSE ) PUNISHMENT < THAN A JOUST I WITH SIROAW/. Out Our Way Our Boarding House With Major Hoople By J. R. Williams DXIWW THE JOUST WILL PROCEED I'LL BE UMPIRE/ ', LORD BOUEH54D, . I UNDERSTAND, LORD BOUEH54D, ;THAT VOU CH/\LLEWGED SIR . i O/SUY rn A mi KT f rf-**^ A-HUH-HEM-- ArTER MUCH ' VCUR CASE I'VE COME TC TrT COMCLU5ION THAT IT'S VE DAM&EROOS TO GUiT EVERY- THIWG Ai OMCE --AHEM-- SO PORE DOC'S IN A PICKLE-WHEN! HE SAID STOP HE THOUGHT SUGAR. COULD SLIP CVES ADRlMK ER. A ER SWEAR. BE- HiMD I THIWK DOC'S FOUMD HE'S BEEN) DIAGNOSIN TH' WKOMG OME WHEW DOC SAID QUIT, SHE MEAMT IT' TELL HER X AAlGtAT 60 FOR 10 PERCENT IF- SWE'LL &O EG AD, THIS IS NEWS iNit)EeDf BOT X PEAR I WOULD A POOR SPOKES- MAM i CWKY TO A JOUST.? WHlLt VOU DOT INl A STORM CELLAR, LITTLfe 25 PERCENT TfXSLB TARIFF ABOOT Gl\JJM6 HER TKW LITTLE LECTURE OF VOUR6 OF INM=L£\TlOK> ? OF Pie THW YOO !1/ -'' L Ae\N^Vf X ANA. MOT WITH CHEESE op GOOD GRACES/ SHELL. EH? USED 1C LEFPr •' TRAP GO-UIAOFF,NOT UrN SHELL FAIL ' OS) SPRIGS i " "• ., THE THigP "*• cofH. i M6 BY'HIA UKVICC. INJ HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS -, 8Se word - mlnlmum "< 18c word, minimum $1.70 Only QU1CKEH YOU SELL- Notice IDEAL FURNITURK STORK belter furniture: and belter ' !7B - 14-lm INCOME TAX SERVICE. IF YOU have income tax troubles. I will oc s ntl to help you. Do it now, jyoid the rush in the last days Uiargcs reasonable. J. W. Strick- lilnd - 1-24-7W WE BUY, SELL OR TRADE household furniture. Anything of value. Your sell won't be too and they don't ;? el too Sec us at 220 East Third i'- il!1 Fair Enough By Wesrbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. ci~ • •-'*.- <- 11.) 11 L ^^.U St. City Furniture Co. Phone 873. 28-1 m F R A NK , E M M ET,' " JOH N "oiITlA H - ve Wooion and sisters write mo i'vm"™ 0 -,, ^,7- n " fl1s A - Wool,,;,,' 1701 North West. St. Jackson, Mis- Ihe political action committee of the CIO started insidiously and soon reached into Ihe White'House and the outposts of the farm security administration by way of the Oeparlmet of Agriculture. The American Veterans Committee Inc., a similar political growth and not necessarily benign, invites watchful and critical attention. The expressed aims of this organization arc such as Sidney Hillman and his P. A. C. could endorse, and Hillniiin's program, be it remembered Has been so consistent with the line of the Communists Inal they joined him with wild whoops in the 19<M campaign and drove out of the so-called Ameri- labor parly of New York, the Brooklyn Club That Dodders Must Beat By United Press St .Petersburg. Fin., Feb. 20 — A rebirth of the bitter National Lciifiue riviirly between the Cardinals and Dodgers was. foreseen today by St. Louis Manager Eddie Dyer, \ylio tabbed Brdoklyn as the team his club would have to beat. "They are deeper at more positions than we are," Dyer said. "And we also will have to worry about the New York Giants. We'll have to depend on speed and pilch- ing to beat them." CARNSVAL _ __ Real Estate for Sale NICE FIVE ROOM" BUNG A LOW and garage, located at 1020 West seventh, modern in every respect Also new living room suite rocker, brea):fnsl room suite' «ii.s heater and cook stove, two bedroom suites complete with mattress and springs. Will sell with or with nil the furniture If interested ^ee Floyd Porlcr- _ Wonted fro Buy 1 WANT TO BUY A 134(Ml QR'42 Ford or Clicvrolel. Buck -ams 10(1 South Walnut Street Phone GfiO. i7. 1f entire Socialist' faction who now called the parly n Communist front out loud. This American veterans committee was not (he result of any spontaneous Bol-logolhcr of service- Vt'?ppcd"on -, men. According to its own little = •--"-.-?-" '' uipsraphy it was started by one Gilbert Harrison on Jan. 28 1943 wnen he sent a letter to "a group of his friciYds." •'Without a name to identify the group, the history says, "corrcs LOSS- GOLD CHAIN BRACELET "LOST. downtown, Friday. Reward for return to Jessie Clarice Bruwn 18-31 LOST AT SPRING 1111.1,7' ARK one young hound. Almost solid white- w:th few red spots. Name on collar. Reward. Carl B. Jones 2i-:n Lost or Strayed pop.cionce continued, shortly involving many more men than the original 25 It was then carried on inrouah a mimeographed letter ex- tliansc edited by the Miss Adalinc Ouenther, assistant director of the University Religious conference at .ne LCLA and a personal friend of r.ost ol tin: original members." Ihe UCLA means the Los Angeles house of the University of Cali- lornia. Mr. Harrison is a UCLA man and was chairman of thn sin. dent religious board and the University Daily paper. Meaning no insinuation slncll.v ' jit ma> uu (-.onimiliee found a number of cases in which thc world "religion" aiul "religious" were used by or- yani/.aiipns which it regarded, on ; .ie basis ol evidence of collateral nilormaiion, as Communist fronts " " an belts. "•" . ed 1o cluce Fort Laudcrdale, Pla., Fob. 20— Thc Boston Braves who ran up an alarming list of spring training injuries and ailments last season, appeared today to be suffering from their old jinx when right handcr Ed Wright moved to the sidelines with a badly sprained left foot. . Wright, participating in a fielding drill for pitchers yesterday. loose ball while cash- i ing a blunt down the third base j line. He was expected to be out of action for at least a week. Wright won eight games and lost three with the Braves last season. Lakeland, Fla., Feb. 20 — Little Tommy Bridges, one of the greatest curve ball pitchers of modern times, has reconsidered his decision to retire from active dtitv .TIK! will be back on thc firing Jine this season, Detroit Manager Stove O'Neill said today. The 39-year-old Bridges who came back from military service late last season and won one mime, had signed as a coach and was lie ^e^St V'p? pS^-^^n^n^neSctive OL iccanuci that the Dies_ American League hurlcr. Pitchers Al tienlon, Art' Houtteman, Bill Pierce, and Hal While and Outfielder Barney McCoskey arrived in camp yesterday. Mich, Feb 20 —(UP) — BAY MORSE. WITH foot, weighs about 91 Clinc Franks. Phone C) Ibs. 274-J. M- Mrs. FRONT BEDROOM TO I couple. Phono 3G1-W. 20-31 For Lease HIGHWAY fiV WEST l«-2w Services Offered THREE ROOM FUrTNISHED Apartment for light housekeeping APPI.V Schooley-s Store. Phone 38-i-ll. Mrs. .1. E. Schooley '20-31 By The American - setiero, individually designed corsets, brassieres, men and women's surgical support;;. Mrs milli Dozier. 318 North Elm sV __ Phone 144-J. 28- im' SE WINO. A LTERATIONS "AND buttonholes. Mrs. Fred Camp, 818 South Walnut. Phone 971 -R. ](l-3t JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES 304 East 2nd Scores Associated Press ; Catholic Univcr- 4nL °"K Island U 78; Camp Upton Cornell 63: Sampson 42. Philadelphia Naval Base Aberdeen (Md.) Navy 41 South Western Maryland College Washim;!pn College 37 ^Mississipi State 50; ' Mississippi Furman 49 ;Clemson 39. Midwest Indiana 84: Ball State 41 Kentucky fiO; Ohio f>2 Upper Iowa 03; Penn'47 Luthnv da. i RR: Central' 49. > 5!): Chicago ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize iri all kinds of car arid home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. Drake , r )2; Nebraska McPhcrson 'Kas.) 42. St. Ben -diets 41; Junior College Kansas Stale 23~ Westlcyan R2; Omaha •• • *- |-» M M i II I V. U flllCl wnen thc Communists resorl- 'religion" to beguile and se- .voung men and women of ....„..£ religious vonvictions, Christians and Jews. Wo do not question the religious sincerity of either Mr. Harrison or I Miss Gucnlhcr or impute Communism lo them. Hut the fact that these religions associations are cited in men- background justifies us in ehl exercise of some reserve. Mere mention o! these affiliations is not necessarily persuasive. ., In , February, 1944, Harrison contracted" Charles Bolte an A men can veteran of the British n^'i7 V , wh ,° hild lrsl a- le S in Africa Bolte look an office in New York 'iiu, by inner processes of this au- logcneoiis nucleus, became chairman .This small founding group obviously because of political compatibility, rather than by coincidence, includes two members of the lawyers guild, two former employees, of 'the Office of War In- loi'malion, one former office of the Allied , military government in Italy, one alummus of the London s'-'hool of Economics, one former Bureaucrat of the NRA, the Fascist experiment of the first New Deal- one public relations director of Hillman's P. A. C.. two men associated with Time, Inc., and one voter•'" ,','r 1 ll , 1c Ofl ' ico o1 ' Civilian Defense in Washington, that fantastic boondoggle which introduced a female dancer n male Hollywood beauty mends of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt ni the role of salaried public morale-builders. The Lawyers Guild, 0. W. 1. and thc AMG attracted many Communists, and the London School of Economics might be Called, with equal truth, the London School for the study of Commun- Bv Dick Turner .OP?/'. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF, 2s2.0 "You and your tarpon! I don't see why we can't fish for something practical, like anchovies!" : This Curious World By' WiHiarn Ferguson 00: 47; hurling prospect today — "sight seen. Impressed by the report of a for- bothlmcr player who watched George Zuverink pitch in the Philippines, thc Cardinals signed the 21-year- old semi-pro star and consigned him to their Houston, Tex, farm club in thc Texas League. Philadelphia, Feb 20 —(UP) — Holdout problems of the Philadelphia Phillies were reduced by 11 today, but club officials still had no answer for the "higher mathematics" involving six other dissatisfied players. The players still seeking more money. . . where Outfield Ron JMorthey, pitchers Johnny Humphries and Tommy Hughes, and "••fielders Ken Richardson, Ernmett Murer, and Roy Hughes. Sanford, Fla, .Feb. 2Q —CUP) — President Branch Rickey of the Brooklyn Dodgers dismissed holdout troubles today with the remark that he expected to have trouble with only one player, although a number of top night players still remain unsigned. Although Rickey did not identify the player, others in the Dodger camp suggested it probably was Pete Reiser, who was rookie of the year in 1941 when he won the national league batting title in his first year with the club. Reiser still at his home in St. Louis, turned clown a contract which 'called Insubstantial boost over his 1942 4G: St. 32. For ELECTRIC SERVICE Day Phone 413 Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MOTOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 114 E. Third St. Hope, Ark Baker Joseph State Rockhurst 30; ^Missouri "B" Southwest Baylor 44 William Jewell 27 53; Central (Mo.) Murry°" G 7 exas A and M. 41 Christian En ' lorn WANTED Sawyer and Filer, good salary, has to make home in Louisville Kentucky. Apply Chess & Wymond, 421 West Avery Street, Loiusvllle 8, Kentucky. Magnolia NOTICE — WF H""P MOVED to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts anil supplies. Wo do hi>m- sfilching and make button holes. Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. " Phone 578R Wanted! TELEPHON! All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK. ism. Time Inc., is something special wilh political peculiarities all its own. Although Bill Mauldin, the left- wing political cartoonist, has insisted that veterans who join the A.. V. C. should remember to be citizens, not veterans, his picture published in Ihe Bulletin, shows mm in uniform and helmet. All publicity concerning Bolte carefully notes the fact thai he lost his leg and he is coming along to rival lung John Silver. And John McNulty, now 41 years old, a New i ork politician and ex-judge and cjiiieial of Die lawyers guild, served " n '.v 15 months entirely wilh the A. M. G., apparently starting from . "£ 1 -' lcl ,V, 1 . Js :I A ca P ta 'n M in 1943. Appropriate made of the fact that the age of mention is William J. . the treasurer, flew 08 Caldwell, missions as a gunner and radio operator. The Bulletin does not tell us whether McNaully might have boon drafted as a private had lie not been commissioned. On the average, the official roster ol the A. V. C. svoulcl seem to bu no more representative of combat veterans than any typical roster of the American Legion or the Veterans of Foreigns Wars who have been derided for their strong and narrow nationalism. Its veterans of heroic service .are adequately recognized cccn as they would be in tni' legion or the V. F. W and clue respect is given individuals who served in less perilous commands, il being theirs not to reason why. This is pertinent because the legion. in particular, has been mocked about the antics, often idiotic and downright indecent of non-combat veterans of the First War at llu> legion's national conventions. The legion seems to have outgrown (his unpleasant adolescence- now and that is well because it has a serious opponent lor all its purposes, not merely a social rival, in thc A V C The legion and the V. F. W. have' been conscientiously non-political. This new group j s plainly and aggic-ssivi'ly political in thc direction of thc objectives of the PAC und the- C.'IO which are, for the most part, those of the Communists. It it, no haven for Ri-publicans or for conventional Democrats imbued with that strong and narrow patriotic nationalism which, 311 I K- Democratic deep South, drew Hit- highest ratio of volunteers in the country. It is, in short, a veterans auxiliary of Sidney Hillman's political action committee. The Cornell University Medical College in New York City was established in 1898. There are 18 species of elm tree. fL, MANY YEARS BEFORE ANYONE EVER EVEN THOUGHT OF SUCH THIN6S AS ATOMIC 60M8S, 5U66ESTED THE IDEA THAT WORLDS, IN EXTREME OLD AG&, LOSE THEIR. STABILITY AND ARE DESTROYED BY COPR. 1940 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. PATlENf MAY BE SIVEN A LOCAL AWAY FROM A. RANUM, ARE SOLD BY THE NOT BY THE CARAT/ A CARAT IS ABOUT EQUAL TO salary, his last year with the before going into the army. club Balboa, C. Z., Feb. 20 — (UP) — I here was unrestrained cheer today in the New York Yankee camp over thc tremendous homer hit by their balling king of old, Joe Dimaggio. The slugger admitted that he hadn I hit many like it before II was a 450-foot wallop that crashed high up into a Banyan tree beyond the 300-foot mark in left field. By The Associated Press nMla "l'. F}a. - Elmer (Violent) Ray, 203, Hastings, Fla., knocked out Dan Merritt, 200, Cleveland, New York — Vic Cosla, 14G 1-2, New York, oulpoinled Al (Sonny) Seidman, 148 1-2, Scranlon, Pa (U 1 OS i AllB °J;F s ~ Enrique Bolanos, 1-2, Mexico City, defealcd New York, Feb 20 —(XP)— Lew Burslon is scoring Europe for boxing "talent" for Mike Jacobs, Kddie Borden is here trying to persuade some American fighters to 'Br Hoafc 1 FaQcrtcs. Jr. While fronOgeting enough sleep lo be in condition Just in case thc navy guys who started classes at 4 p.m. are interested. Before he .....jrican fighters to ?. P-'T 1 ' are interested. . . jseioro ne fight in Europe under Jack Solo- I finally accepted that railroad job, mons 1 banner Borden would like ! - Elmer Lavden was offered a lo get Manuel Ortiz, Willie Pep and Ray Robinson, claiming he could make some good matches :for them and thai Robinson, in particular, could become an "idol" in France if he'd conquer his aversion to ships The catch, of course, is thai afler the boys shelled out'for taxes,, they'd prpbably find they -. w, wi .iitiiiuiri vyj\ii^ v ai UL* .WMil homa City University atlilelic Scllol m-ship associalion, putting on a 50.000 campaign for just what the name indicates, is sending out posl- ers that even have a blank check attached to make contributions painless Chalky Wright, 133 " " (10) 1-2, San Bernardino, CaT, By United Press New York (Broadway Arena) — Notice LEGAL NOTICE PROBATE COURT NOTICES Notice is hereby given that Ihe following Administrators, Execul- o.>s. Guardians and Curators have then- Final Settlements with the Chancery Court. Probate Division, of Hempstead County,' Arkansas, for approval and confirmation, to-wit: Final Settlement ot Eliza Jamison Administratrix of the estate Final Settlement of Louisa Freda ^unmerly. Executrix of Ihe estate ol Gottlieb Hochuli, deceased filed January 16th, 1946 Final Settlement of Essex I'owlks, Administrator of the estate ot Susan Fowlks, deceased, filed January 23rd, 1946. Final Settlement of Albert Graves. Administrator of the estate or A. M. Brooks, deceased, filed I-ebruary 6th, 1946. Final Settlement of Nora Jones C arngan, Executrix of Ihe estate- of Sue R. Jones, deceased, filed I'cbruury 12th. 194G. And all persons interested in the above named estates are ordered to come forward and file exceptions to sucn accounts, if any exceptions they have, within GO days from the date said settlements were filed in this office or they will be forever barred from excepting said settlements or any item thereof. Leo Ray V"" Clerk of the Hempstead _, , Probate Court. February 20, 1946 Shorts and Shells Jimmy Herbert attributes his licking in the flOO-yard race at last week's New York A C track meet to a 9 am, class, which kept Elmer Layden was offered a hall' dozen college coaching positions and one as business manag- •er of a professional football club. . . He didn't even listen — especially lo Ihe last. . . Lorraine Borg, a lovely blonde from Minneapolis, not only has a high mark for her slate of 62P> on the Bowling Alleys, but she's a top-notch basketball Miniiea- iAmeriea ' :Wo'nd6r Bierman? Phil Palmer, 141 1-2, Vancouver, B C, outpointed Torpedo Reed, 145 3-4, Los Angeles, <8> New York iPark Arena) •—Julie Bot, 137, New Yorkan outpointed Juan Carrero, 135, Puerto" Rico, (8) Jersey City, N J — Danny Martin, 157, Newark, N .J., oulpoinled Johnny Ryan, ISO 1-2, Detroit (10). Manchester. N. H.— Florent Dsc- marais, 13B, Manchester, knocked out Billy Zaduc, 138, Toronto, (5). Salem, Mass. — Eddie De Angelis, 126, Revere, Mass., outpoint- ed Tony Ferry, J30, Fall River, Mass., (8). Dots All, Brothers Johnny Fulton, the Stanford speedster, finally has arranged air Iranspoi union so he'll be able to run in Saturday's A A U. in- rloor trick inpet. If Elmore Harris is in the field, Johnny had better Diiog me plane along to circle the ^garden. .. Col. Ned Moore, soon himi'P lake over as West Point public relations officer in place of the popular Col. Meade Wildrick, who l^wjjvuuj v_-l_ll, AYAUUUV- »¥ ilVU IL.I\, \VJH-J is retiring, was chiel" o£ staff of the 101st Airborne Division when Gen. Maxwell Taylor, West Point Commandant, was commanding oficcr. . . . And you wonder why they call it thc "old army game?" RECONVERSION Oxnard, Calif., Feb. 28 —(/P) — The navy has a new peacetime target — it's going to bomb crows. County Agricultural Commissioner Chester Barrett say.s the navy base here has promised to enter the "war against crows" and use its planes and personnel in dynamiting a nearby willow grove where thousands of crows roost. Service - Quality Variety We have a most complete line of Field & Garden Seeds, Insecticides and ""' Inoculations. AGENTS FOR Funks G Hybrid Corns Dodge Famous Onion Plants Willhire Melon Seeds Germoco Hot Caps Sinker's Delinted Cotton Seeds Triple Cleaned Kobe, Korean and Sericea Lespedeza, Alfalfa Soy Beans and field grown Cabbage Plants! We Appreciate Your Business MONTS SEED STORE The Leading Seed Store Pegs Politico! Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to Ihe action of the Democratic primary elections this Sum- 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES Baylor Bean Waco, Tex, Fob 20 — (ff>}~ The 3aylor Boars, who have finished n the Southwest Conference cel- ar 13 times since 1924 and didn't vin a' circuit game last season, to- ay wore the league crown ior the econd time in history Baylor sewed up an undisputed itle last night by trimming Texas \ and M, 44-41, to finish its drive Mth 11 victories and one defeat rkansas, in second place, has lost wo games and all other member:; lave dropped more than two. The Bears' only defeat was at the hands f the Razorbacks, who lost then- nance to tie for the crown when hey were upset by Texas Christian early two weeks ago The Bruins had to do it-the hard way last night as they came from behind in the second half. The Ag- gies commanded a 20-17 advantage at the intermission Leading by a ingle point with 50 seconds left, Jaylor came through with a pair f free throws to put the game on ce. Jamie Dawson of A and M was ligh scorer with 19 points Jnckie Robinson of the Bears tallied 18 o uace the victors Baylor's only other championship ame in 1932. and with the «xcep- ion of their two title years the Bears have never been a serious on tender At the outset of the cur- cnt season they were given little nance of topping the highly-re- larded Razorbacks. They broke •ven with Arkansas early in the ampaign and suryived the remainder of their contests, most of hem under terrific pressure All teams except Arkansas and and M, which meet at College tation next week with nothing at take except a chance' for the Ag- ?ies to tie Rice for fifth place, lave completed conference war- are Arkansas has clinched second place . ,.••'•.--. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing Phone 259 Heating Hope. Ark. Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. John Barnhill to Be in Hope on March • John Barnhill, new head coaeh of the University of Arkansas' Rff. zorbacks, will be guest qf honor at a football fans' banquet in Hotr el Barlow Monday night, MarcH 4, il was announced today by Leo Robins. _ Mr. Robins extended an invitation on behalf of fans throughout southwest Arkansas earlier Ihlfe month, Coach Barnhill accepleB, i?/ ld u Mr ' Robi »s confirmed the March 4th dale with the following letter dated February 18' Mr. John Barnhill Director of Athletics * U. of A. & Fayetteville, Ark. Dear Mr. Barnhill: Thanks fo'r your letter of yesterday and we will be glad, and look forward, to having you here Monday night March 4th. * * * I have today set in motion plans for having as many as possible from Hope and nearby towns prei sent at a banquet at the Barlow Hotel on this date. Bring your Preacher arid as many- of your assistants as you can. • f : 4 Will .be looking for • you, March Your very truly, ' I • "> Leo Robins • : ' : •> ' Hope, Arkansas. - — o - — »H - • ' ',, According to law--;;-. Lansing, Mich, must take a .census of bees every winter. %?:" : .During the war yeacslf California supplied more- than-': U per cent of the nation's food. » Harry Segnor, Sr. PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co Phone 370 Hope, Ark. I Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way." HALL'S HAT SHOP : East 2nd St. Phone 7* - Alterations ~. ; Pressed While You Walt COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Tailor Made . SEAT COVERS • .Direct from Factory Orders filled within 10 days ROBERT R. RIDER Phone 435-J CALL US ;i: FOR YOUR WIRINGlJnd REPAIR TROUBLES Phone-"231-R:< HOUSTON ELECTRIC GO. Delton Houston LoeYTourisf Cafe-Court Featuring • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue «Flsh • Sandwiches »Soft Drinks Open 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight Private Dining Rpomr-Phone 222 Owned and opened,.'by • Mr. arid Mrs4-iP;i'J.t;iioe £ltyj-l.oilts & Hifv\yay|'67 West ULE'S FIX-iT SHOP for REPAIRS 933 Service Station Phone • • • 933 or 869-R DR. H. T. SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 110 or 1490-J THEO LONG For Plumbing Telephone 674-J Hope, Arkansas Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliance! SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CAR8 Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 8, Main SEE US FO,R THE REYNOLDS; PEN The miracle Pen that will Revqlutionize-Wrlting. . Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling, Doug fUTV c <Tl Bacon V^l I f Jones ELECTRIC CO. Phone 784 Hope • Reo! Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farm land or City Property, call or see Calvin E. Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark. Arkansas Bank Building Ses Us For BABY CHICKS You'll like oui qutil- ity chicks, hatched right from selected flocks. Haidy, {«si- growers. Low price. FEEDERS SUPPLY §Q, 4th and t-«. St» Phoue 25 }fl it. J n \l *f h lit I i 1 II

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