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^^*p^^ ^ ^dnosdnyJFgbruqry_?.y t 1916 fr MOPE!, ARKANSAS / INSPEcrORV GROWL'S GOT* YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS, SCARR. IF I DON'T SHOW UP TOMORROW GROWL WILL START LOOKING FOR YOU AND THIS TIME THE ROY L WILL MAKE SENSE TO HIM. WHY, YOU \ / WHAT ARE WE CHr-AP LITTLE UWAITIN'FOR, ROY? / GIVE ME \/ TIME. I WANTA \THINK. • lit was a bluff,,bul it worked. It nearly worked too well. OK NO, MAMA. I .1 !!!'•' COOKIE, DID (' DONT MOTHERS TELL I-IEIR , MEN AK_ LIKE THATT ,\ ^V WHY DON T WE DUMP HIM OFF NOW? WE GOTTA DO If SOONER ON LATER. YOU? WOULDN'T DO TV.AT CRACK NUTS AND MUSTVE BEEN ALWAYS THROW THEN THROW THE THE ONE WHO THE SHELLS AVVAV SHELLS BACK IN THE NUT BOWL? - /—' NO (MAMA, NOT BUT WOT \ HE FOUND ir ABOUT" WHERE WE OLE \ PICKEP UP THOSE BURLAP SCRAP.*.' VALK « \P THROWN 'EM OUT AS HOW HE PROVE AWAV AFTER THE COME HIMi h ^ MURPER WITH MR. 'OUT JEP EVEN HAP JEROMc BLEEKE'S RING! \ HE ALSO HAP A BAO \ \ REPLITATIJ 1, KANPV... \ I THEVEKV MAN VAl.K, / COtilP THROW SUSPICION / ON gy LEAVING THE / KING WHERE HE'P FIND IT ! AN 1 IP VOU'P BEEN SHOfHERE AT JED'S OLE HOUSE HE'D HAVE ear TH' BLAME FOR \ THAT, TOO' VES...NOW THIS'U HOLP VALK WHILE ¥<3U> RUN GET THE SHERIFF ! I'VE GOV ANOTHER CHORE TO DO THAT CANT WAIT f HKDDEST MAIDENS By Gal bra 1th Side Glances CAKBURbTOK fCSP UP, HITTING THE COLO AIK A30VE THAT STEAA\INS- JUNGLE—LOOKS A ONE-WAY TICKET, SACK TO VALLE// Ws HA\=N'T GOT A CHANCE' IN THIS SS ^ ... Ti/EKS ZH£ W'WHAT'S WKOMG? SEE THAT NOBODY TOUCHES THAT -.>- - ,•. _ COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAiOFF. You know, Mabel, I think we've finally found a very good maid here!" "Have you noticed when he tells us to do something he gets sore if we t&n't hop to it tight away? Being s> :sereeant in the army, sure spoiled Pop 1" Freckles and His Friends By Blosser By Hershberger ?unnv Business I WANT YOU TO ] WELL, I EEALLV OMLV TEACH ME HOW TO KNOW A FEW HECTOE. HVPMOTIC PRINCIPLES HANDS — YOUE EYELIDS SCIENTIFICALLY / ARE GETTING- HEAVY--DROWSINESS IS 3EIMG- FF=LT; NOW YOU'RE; McCTOR. AND L'W YOU/ APPfZOACHES YOU HAVF HiNA UMC POWEE.. It's the only way I can get him to pull in his stomach and breathe ihroimb his chestl" COPR. 1046 BV HEA SEBVIC;. IMC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Thimble Theater BUILD A HOSPITAL, roSCAR v-"A THAT'S BIS ENOUGH - WE JUST NEEP ONE ROOM fOPH W4f. BY NEA 3CRVICE. INC. T. M. BEG. U. 3. PAT OFF. J ALU ME OLP ARS? AC3AJNST 'ME - I MUST ROHT THE GIANT LlkE THEV SEZ COOVO I COVYiL _J| fs\.OK>Co', <fC« ^OCfViV I L ,1 l(. \ 9VCK* \ __r^oroL ^4-. YA MIGHT NOT LIKE THE HON6V- AVDON •^yv^ ^-\W -*<&$* ~ K \ Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople WHOOPS/ I'LL MMCc GLOMBER&"¥GUESSlNiG WTHS TPsSTG IS TMPCT BI& SOFA, ,?f FRONATUe F LITTLE B\V UKBEG6S TH' MAP TO TH SPANISH MIKiE \S GOME.' 1 HAD IT HID AM' IT'S GOME" AM 1 WES \<B GONE-- OH. HE MAY BE LAYIM'OUT IKI TH' DESERT. HAB YOU SEED SUGAR, DE COOK? HIS WIFE CAIM'T FIMD HIM NO PLACE HE GOME.' OH, HE MAY BE LAVIM' OUT JOUSf BE7WEEW CMKY AMD LORD PITCH US A HIGH ON55 TO COOK OUR. FIRST TIMB T.D RATHER. FIX. OH/ THE LORDS HUGE W/iRHORSE 1-LWT UVEt/ SWTED TO MOVE, WHEU I'A ORE 5CA1RT CY TH' SHERIFF THAJ-S i HOPE HI/-N • SEf-UAHILU i CHILLY- COLD/' THE 1NSVP\LID % S BRe/\VtFA<=.T TO ORDER = 7-17 ' T!—" ^^•^ ^nPB I'HS BY NUStliVlcEtNC T : M BC H 0 P I STANHOPE, A R U A M 5 A S CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication •» All Want Ads Cash In Advance • .Not Taken Over the Phone Or,,, time . . 2c word, minimum 30« Six »lmo. . . . Se *ord, minimum 75e 31/j.e word, minimum 50c Ono month .m word, minimum $1.TO Throe llmoi Rales are for Continuous Insertions Only "THE MORE YOU TELL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" J'orJKile .ONR AI.US^HALMERS' MODEL j'| K Caterpillar. Floyd Porterfield. ,) __; _ J 2-tf Vjfl-10 H'OHD DELUXE TUDOH~SE- dnn. Cen bo seen at 402 North Jlorvy St. Phone 712-J. 22-01 ELECTROLUX " " OIL™" "BURNER Kood condlion. See Allen Downs, Columbus. 21-Ot BARNYARD FERTILIZER FOR Kiirdcns and Clowers. $2.iiO per load in city. Sid Jones, 511 South Laurel St. Phone 748. 22-Qt 1942 INTKRNA1TONAL7 TRUCK, > short wheel base, good tires. Can be seen at 815 West Avo. E. 25-Gt KiO ACRES. HOUSE AND SHEDS. Timber. In Nevada county. Write to Annie V. Ernst, 7104 Wabash, Kansas City 5, Mo. 26-Gt METAL BABY STROLLlFR7uSED only H months. $5, Phone 109B. 2fi-3t 41 FORD FOUH DOOR SEDAN good tires,- good condition. 808 West 4th Street. Josephine Mayton. 20-31 CLEAN 1941 PLYMOUTH^ DOOR. radio ami healer. Motor and tires good, Wylio Motor Co. 26-31 MY HOME AN 40 ACRES. MILE nnd one half from city limits. Well improved, all modern. Conveniences. R. N. Mouser. 26-Gt FRIDAY MARCH~l7t 2 YE;AR"(DLD rose bushes HSc each, Texas ever Baring Fig. 25c. Shrubs, Grapevines and Peaches at Bundy's Service Station. Mrs. Alston, *. from Amity Arkansas. 28-lt Notice SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and better bargains, .Phofic 470, 14-lm INCOME TAX SERVICE. IF YOU hnve income lax troubles. I will be glad lo help you. Do it now, avoid Ihe rush in the last days. Charges reasonable. J. W. Strickland. l-24-7w Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyrlflht, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. 19.18 STUDEHAKER, NEW TIRES, ,,,,o r ] condition. See at 900 South Fulton, on Spring Hill Road. 27-Gt Wanted to Rent FIVE OR SIX ROOM UNFUR- nishecl house. Phone Mrs. Chesshir at Talbols, 944. 22-Gt Wanted to Buy WANT TO BUY A 1940-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams. 106 South Walnut Street Phone COO. 17-tf RIBBON CANE SEED.' EAJIL Schooley, Palmos, Route 1. 20-31 Services Offered REGISTERED SPENCER COR- sctiorc, individually designed corsets, brassieres, men and women's surgical supports. Mrs. Ruth Dozicr. 318 North Elm. St. ' Hope Ark, Phone 144-.I. 28-lm In 1944, when motor fuel was severely rationed and automobile trafficc was curtailed accordingly, nevertheless, 24,000 persons were killed in accidents on the American streets and highways. As Ma- jor-Gencral Philip B. Fleming ,administrator of the federal works agency, put it in a discussion of this rising horror before the American Association of State Highway officials, this might have been a more impressive disaster, but no worse, if a tornado, or he might have said, an atomic bomb had killed every human being in Jefferson City, Mo. He did not even mention the additional cost of nonfatal casualties. This was a saving of 13,000 lives under the holocaust of the last year of normal traffic and normal slaughter, 1941, when 37,000 lives were lost. But immediately after .he war ended, in August 1944 and in October it rose to 53 percent above the preceding October. For 'urlher illustration, General Flem- ng could have said that the cost in life of recklessness, ignorance and carelessness plus the" minor causes of motor crashed in 1941, was just. 144 under the population of Joplin. Al the present rate it is likely to reach abqut the same figure in 1946 even with many fewer cars in motion but with most of these few in bad condition from \year, bad use and neglect. Some new tires, mostly snylhet- ic, have replaced worn and damaged relics of 1941, but there is some question of their reliability. The manufacturers naturally want to ; sell now tires but if some of them have given a to favorable impression, of these synthetics to the public in their advertising, P. W. Litchfield, the chairman ol the board of Goodyear Tire and Rubber, certainly is conservative. Synthetic rubber will be with us from now on in varying proportions lo natural rubber. Mr. Litchi'iek writes that there is no simple answer to a very technical question as lo the relative safety of synthetic and natural rubber in tires. Pointing out that natural rubber tires sometimes blew out, he writes that 'conditions which cause excessive heat are more readily developed by snylhetic tires." Heat increases the pressure and laymen icun irrmn 'Pimm? T-.T-T iT-^r, giving fast, as the custom is, in ln ^,J 0 "," /.yPPJL ^° EL . U . X . 15 ' the Arizona desert and other hot WE BUY, SELL OR TRADE household furniture. Anything of valuo. Your sell won't be too small, and they don't get too large. See us at 226 East Third St. City Furniture Co. Phone 873. 28-1 m LET US REMAKE YOUR OLD mattress and make them like new. Will pick up and deliver in mid out of town. Write or call us. Phone 34-J-2. Bright Bros. Mattress Co. 'Hope, Ark. Rt. 2. . - , " 23-dl DO YOUR OWNTJAUNDRY71RENT a machine by the hour, Phone 64G-J for appointment. Ill South Washington St. 26-Gt Real Estate for Sale NICE LOT, LOCATED ON NORTH Hcrvey Street. No paving tax, good neighborhood. Close in. Next to 402 North Hervey. Phone 712-J. 22-Gt For Rent THREE ROOM FURNISHED A- parlment for light housekeeping. Apply Schoolcy's Store. Phone 38-F-11. Mrs. .1. E. Schooley. 25-31 ROOM FOR RENT TO working girls. Apply 222 Ave. C. TWO West 2G-31 100 ACRE watered. PASTURE. SPRING Mrs. H. W. Timberlake, hi-way 29. 4 miles south of Blcvins. 27-31 For Sale or Trade Oaklawn Has First Divided Feature Hot Springs, Feb. 27 —M')— Onk- Inwn Park presented its first divided feature of the current spring meeting today when two !ickts of seven horses were to compete in the fifth and sixth races. The fields Were made up of our- year-olds and up and both races were six-furlong sprints under al- owance conditions. ' . The events took the place nf the $1,1)00 Spring handicap fof thr.ce- year-olds, scheduled in the condi- Llons books as today's featured but postponed because the field was not filled. Regarded as the most attractive of today's offering, the sixth race was to taring out several speedsters which performed well here last fall, plus at least one formidable newcomer — O. Rice's Sicklqtoy. Veterans of the Fall campaign included Quinlcro, Topnard, Peacock Lady. The first division of the feature offered some well-known campaigners of last Fall, chiefly A. and R. Craig's Hit It, Bel Revere, and Kamp's reward. Seabread, ten-year-old gelding, highlighted yesterday's series of upsets by winning the seventh race lo pay $62.80 straight. CARNSVAL Bv Dick Turner 371GO actual mileage. One owner. Esso Ark. . Service Station, Emmet, 25-Gt- Fpr Lease MC'S CAMP, HIGHWAY G7 WEST of Hope. 18-2w Female Help Wanted TWO EXPERIENCED WAITRESS- es. Apply Diamond Cafe. 27-.')l MRS. THAMES MAKES SUITS, coats, nresses and alterations. Quick service. Phono 7.12-.J. 402 North Hervey. 26-31 Lost TAN COIN PTIRSE WITH CUR- rnncy ;md chanfio nt Hope Post nffico. Reward for return. Mrs. J.L. Cook, 220 North Main St. 26-31 TWO NO. 4 RATION BOOKS. IF found return tp Henry Phillips, Hope, Rt. 2. 27-31 JONES MAYTA^GT SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd U. S. Military Governor in Korea Bans Strikes Seoul, Korea, Feb. 25 —(/P)— LI. Col. Maurice Lulwach, military jpvernor of the province of Kyung;i-Do, today banned strikes and abor stoppages and announced a solicy of compulsory mediation in ssential industry. In another statement, military jovernmenl officials warned the Core-ails that unless they accept ice rationing there would be no' oocl in Korea from next June until he August harvests, o- ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize in all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. 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 side to lifl the nap. After fro/en foods has thawed, do lot try lo refreex.e it as it will decrease the flavor and food value. rcgions, have found that even with natural rubber tires the pressure rises dangerously at 5 miles an hour. -Some synthetics have simply disintegrated and the lay opinion has been that they were less elastic than the old tires although Mr. Lilchfield at, this point interposes the question of the condition of the tires natural rubber or synthetic, "However, if the tires have been previously subjected to bruises or unclcr-inflation high-speed blowouts are u dangerous possibility. Under such a history of abuse, it is prudent to assume that synthetic tires rate lower than natural rubber tiros. It is fair to state that the synthetic tire, at present, calls for more care. The public should not lose sight of the fact that old cars are a menace to safety at high speeds for many other reasons than possible tire failure." In the Arizona desert this winter, and it has been a cold winter that brought one snow storm even in Tucson, there has been a shocking series of wrecks and killings, but the causes, though various, apparently have not included an unusual number of blow-outs. Bad drivers would seem to have been responsible in most cases although many of the hulks that rattl« over the roads, often at high speeds, would bo a menace to navigation in the best ^ of hands. Unable to replace very old cars, the owners haye to carry on but still tno jal- lopies clater over the dips nnd Tigers Set H. S, Scoring Record Little Rock, Feb. 27 —(/P)— % The Little Rock Tigers today owned a new Arkansas high school conference scoring record and claimed their second straight, basketball championship — pending a ruling on the eligibility of their ace center, Chester Owen. The Tigers closed their conference season by smashing Fordyce, 95-28, to finish with 18 victories and one defeat. Their season scoring I total of 997 eclipsed the old record I of 927 set by LLittle Rock in 1939. Dickie Thompson, Tiger forward, made 39 points against the Red- pugs to clinch loop individual scoring honors by a big niargin. The Arkansas Athletic Association is-studying the eligibility of Owen, who has signed a professional baseball contract with the Fort Smith Giants. Tiger Coach Everett Barnes said he had known from the beginning of the season that Owen had signed the contract but understood that he was eligible for high school athletics in that he had not received pay and had not been given a tryout by the Giants. Athletic Director Earl Quigloy contended that Owen should not be held a rofcssionul because he merely promised his services for pay. An official ruling is expected from AAA President James Abraham of Lonoke soon. - COPR. '1946 BV IJEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. "li'« liovse-radislu pet--once :md ?'.>r nil I'm ponna gel even \vilh Hint mull on.ldlewild drive!" This Curious World By William Ferguson -O- Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 813 South Elm St. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixture* Plumbing Repair* HARRY W. SHIVER plumbing t. Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. bends at frightening speeds on questionable tires. In Tucson- it is not unusual Edward S. Morris Representing the METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Life and Personal Accident and Health Insurance 418 S. Elm Telephone 32 NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 513 S, Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hemstitching and make button holes. Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines. C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R Wanted! and to encounter wild drivers on the left of the road and a campaign has been running for months against reckless drivers and especially drunken drivers against whom fifteen days in jail in addition to a $10 fine is the standard sentence. It hfis been an impartial enforcement in which a number of prominent citizens have taken their medicine in the county jail. But, while more sensitive citizens doubtless have been, impressed, there has been 110 perceptible improvement in road manners generally I .General: Fleming has little faith II spa^mpdic police campaigns and is: Ul'giijg, instead, constant pressure by all the police and he has special confidence in those former army MP's who were really trained for police work and are now Joining local and state forces He observed that "in New York, no pedestrian pays the slightest attention to traffic lights," whereas in Houston pedestrians obey them. But he may not know that this habit, and its cost in lives and injuries in New York is .".Itrib- utable to a traffic judge with rejudice against drivers who. foi years, insisted that the pedestrian was always right. Referring lo a highway safety conference that President Truman has called to meet in Washingtoi in May, General Fleming recalls, that Mr. Truman, as senator, pre sentcd three bills, which passec the Senate but died in the House, in the hope of reducing ;i continuous slaughter comparable to Ihe casualties in war. The Truman bills would have required every driver to possess a license obtained by strict exminalion, renewable, by test, every three years and revocable for cause. Most Vets in Baseball Will Do All Right By GAYLE TALBOT Miami, Fla., Feb. 27 (/P).—- Those vho have been worrying about vhether ball players returning "rom the service would be able to •esumc their diamond careers without great loss of efficiency can be;in to relax. Most of the boys are ;oing to do all right. The observation is a considered one, arrived at .after a fortnight of watching the veterans perspire under the Florida and Paruima suns and talking with OVER 98 PER CENT OF THE IS A\ADE UP OF OF THE NINETY- ODD KNOWN ELEMENTS/ THEY ARE OXY<SEN, SILICON, ALUMINUM, IRON, CALCIUM, SODIUM, POTASSIUM AND AAA&NESIUM. COPR. 1940 BY NEA SERVICE. INC, T. M, RCG, U. S. PAT. OFF. WHEN YOU'RE TIRED OUT, COA\E IN TO REST UP BY SITTING DICK PETE.RSEN, CAN DEVELOPA DISTINCT NEW .6PEED OF CATTLE IN ABOUT A QUARTER OF A CENTURY. -2-27 B? Bach S. FauertoB, Jr. (.)— New York, Feb. 27 — (/P)— Jimmio Concordian, win fou footballer and bi league baseball Politico! Announcements Tho Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT Hempstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN. J. W. (SON) JONES District 10 Tournament Starts Thurs. Dirstict 10 Basketball Hourna- ment will be held in Hope, Thnrs- ay February 28, March 1 and 2, t the Hope high school gymnasium ^here will be 12 games Thursday, 2 Friday, starting at 8 a.m. Ip'.m. and 8 p.m. and four games Salur- Jnv morning starting at 1) o'clock with the two championship games Saturday night starting at 8 o'clock. The admission will be 25c or students, 50c for adults for each session. For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE Last Day for Entries in AAL) Meet Little Rock, Feb. 27 — tfP)— En- ries for the 1946 state AAU basketball tournament postmarked ater than today will not be accepted AAU Secretary J. W. Mitchell aid today. Fourteen entries already have jeen filed for the tournament to be conducted here March 4-9, but entry forms were mailed out -anc record field is anticipated. o Ark. Wins Over Texas Aggies 53 - 45 Cnllpge Station, Tex., Feb. 27 — f)— Leading safely most of the way, the University of Arkansas ^azorbacks wound up their 1946 >asketball campaign bv trimming he Texas Aggies, 53-45, here last light lo split a two-game Southwest Conference series. The Porkers finished second in .he final circuit standings; the Ag- gies sixth. George Kok, Arkansas' skyscraping center, copped confer- 3iice individual scoring honors for .he season with a 12-game total of. 212 points. Jamie Dawson of the Aggies was a close second with 204. Both were held to te npoints last night. The Aggies' Bill Yeoman was high point man last night with 22 markers. Bill Flynt. who didn't miss one of his eight free throws, and Frank Schumchyk were high for Arkansas with 12 apeice. : Like Monday night, the Aggies finished the game in a scoring spree, but it fell short. With seven minutes left, Arkansas led by 17 points. The Razorbacks tallied only four counters the rest-of. the WP" while A. and M. made 13. ' Flynt's perfect record at the free throw line served as -a fitting climax to his college career.. He is the only senior on the Porker team. SAWMILL MISHAP FATAL Clarksville, Feb. 26 —(/Pi— Earl cran of World War Two, was injur- • '•> r . > i accident at Mt. Vernon, seven hem and their mana_ er, especially Joe McCarthy of Yankees and Mel Oil of the jiants, both of whom got excep- Monally early starts, are about ready to concede that their, fears were groundless. For one thing, the men who were carrying gun and flipping planes ... has resigned from the physical vith many of | training staff of Auburn to enter gers. The lat-j politics. . . Jimmie stands a good chance of being elected to the Alabama Public Service Commission in May, but just to bo on the safe side he plans to manage the Opelika Club in the 1 Georgia-Alabama league this season, win or lose. Shoe Leather Promotion about this time a year ago have When Ernie Lanigan, the b;ise- Ihrown themselves into training ball historian, hears about all the with a studied seriousness that no new minor leagues blossoming iut other spring ever witnessed, rTiiey Mhis'i j'eai- he likes to toll how he have worked harder than" any 'helped''to organize'- the.'ohl v;Ncw other men in the camps. Many of them began preliminary training months ago. "If anything, the war experience is likely to add several years to i\ lot of big league careers," observed Buddy Hassett of the Yankees, himself a returnee. "While they were in uniform they had plenty of lime to realize how nice it was to play ball for a living and how important il was to keep themselves in shape. From now on watch them obey the rules." - o New Mexico Center Takes Lead England league in 1011! "on the sidewalks of Lawrence, Mass.". . .iMay 20. 'ressed for an explanation of the sidewalk organization, Ernie says: 'None of the promoters had the Drice of a hotel room." Sports Before Your Eyes Besides being a likely entrant in .he New York invitation basketball ournament next month, the Okla- :ioma Aggies have received bid to ay in hdwaii in April . . The financing is loubtful, however, and the Aggies doubt that oven Bob Kur- arid could keep his head above ivatcr if they had to walk back. . . B. A. Murphy of Philadelphia, who .vasn'l on hand to see his horse, By TED MEIER New York, Feb. 27 —(/P) Bang- TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 16 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMOS, ARK, The whippoorwill rarely flies in - 1 the daytime. . ing home 62 points in two games, Klmore Morgcnthuler, the seven- fool one-inch center for New Mexico Mines, last week regained the lead at 547 points in the nation's -collegiate individual high scoring basketball scramble. The Associated Press weekly tabulation showed today thai Morgen- Ihaler, ousted from Ihe top the previous week by Marshall's Bill Hall, now boasls an edge of 18 points over Hall who has accumulated 529 points. Hall led previous, y 505 to A Complete Line of .... PITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TUPES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS Put on by an Expert . . . R. N. Putman ANTHONY SERVICE STATION Phgne 110$ PAT CROSS, Operator Legal Notice Race Open in Southern By WILL GRIMSLEY Memphis, Ten., Feb. 27 —(/P)— Anna "or Doc Prothro of the Mem phis Chicks expects to return to it iociation baseball to return to it: .op pre-war standard this year and he predicts: ""it'o anybody's rare." ,..., . T • , J , T-, 1 Til' i" *-*" *'•*'-• ' ^ tl l< -m L. V Cl 11U11, ^tJVCH "Atlanta or Little Rock—I'd just TO j lcs noUh ol Clarksville. He was as soon take one as the other right (-JU-UCK uy a laium* aiau ,T, • n,,-d now," the dumpy ex-dentist ob-' en route'to a hospital ' served shortly before departing today for the Chicks' training quart ers at Henderson, Tex. \ 'I don't recall when a race has been more wide open. And defin itely I think play will be as fast as anytime- before the war—perhaps faster." Prothro said Antlanta, Mashville and Memphis had been dominant in the league in recent years ber cause they had built up strong clubs and "never let them run down.' ' "But things are different now," he explained. "Teams that have been accustomed lo the second division can go out and buy first- rate ball players for a very reasonable price. "Little Rock only recently picked up Leo Nonnenkamp .and Lindsey Deal, two good men who have been playing in the AA leagues. "There are quite a few AA and major league veterans on the market these days, talent is so plentiful." Prothro asserted that because of the surplus players the clubs -with major league connections (Memphis and Atlanta are the Southern's only independents) could expect plenty of help to sift down from above. o Hots Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP East 2nd St. Phone 7« Alterations Pressed While You Walt Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. , be there Saturday when Concordian goes in the Wid- cncr. .. That is, Murphy hopes the hoss will really go. End of the Line Mexico will be invited to send a team to the AAU Junior track championships at San Antonio, Tex., June 28 but the promoters of the meet figure the Mexican boys won't be ready for senior competition. . . Washington is looking for a near-record fight crowd when two local favorites, Aaron Perry and -Bee Bee Washington have' it out at Griffith Stadium, 4(15. Fred Lewis, who sparked Eastern Kentucky tn the Kentucky athletic conference litle, retained third place at 5Hi. He rimmed -lii points in three tourney Kami's. Leaders in the various conferences still active (league games only) include: It, the fight is as hot . . . , as (he one rival promoters have staged keeping them apart, the fans will get their money's worth. . Latest college recruiting report concerns a coach who took a star nt hide's mother out to dinner to swing some influence on the kid. Groves Says •He Will Stay at Hendrix Conway, Feb. 27 —(/P) —The man believed to be the number one choice for the post of executive secretary of the Arkansas Athletic Association will not take the job if it is offered him. He is Ivan^H. Grove, veteran athletic director.- of He'ndrix college, who said yesterday that- he-had been "sounded out" on the proposition unofficially but that he preferred to remain at Hendrix. The AAA executive committee is expected to announce its choice for the important new post soon. The executive secretary's office is to be come effective June 1. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J Southwest Kok, Arkansas, G 11, FG 48. Av 202. 7, FL COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co. Phone 370 Hope, Ark. WARNING ORDER No. 6421) In the Chancery Court of Hi-inpslead County, Ark JAMES D. RATKCLIFF Plaintiff vs. SELMA MAE RATECLIFF Defendant The Defendant Selma Mae Rate- cliff is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff. James D. Ratecliff. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 2G day of February 1945. C. E. WEAVER, Clerk By Omera Evans, D. C. (SEAL) Feb. 27, March 6, 13, 20 Service - Qualify Variety We have a most complete line of Field & Garden Seeds, Insecticides and Inoculations. 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Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling. Doug /"MTV Carl Bacon wl I I Jones ELECTRIC CO, Phone 784 Hope THEO For Plumbing Telephone 674-J Hope, Arkansas Motor Repairs—Light Fixture* Hope Appliance Co. 814 East 3rd St PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliance* Real 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 SEAT COVERS FOR ALU QABS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 815 8. Main Seo Us For BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from selected flocks. Hardy, fast- growers. Low pric^, FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th and La. St§ I I 11

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