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I? f n G r s STAR, By Chick Young Fririny, March 1,1 Voo ii •-UIIIS, FLINT. IT SHOWS .=-, , f IVE GOT A SENSE OF THE {**« V DRAMATIC. AT 2:30 A.M.tHE \\f i"L / j Rnvc U/M i m IMP* v//Mtn _, wouldn't call' it perfect. Scarr must have forgotten ll'> DAG WOOD ( GO IN AND SEE WHY COOOT: IS CRVING.' VERA DELLE AT THE f BOSS/ AIN'T 11 I 1 " COCXIE, WHY Af?E SHE SAYS ,SHES TIR£D m about the beautiful black RES NOTHING) E CAN DO ^ BOUT IT J . MORNING/V<;" NOD CRYING YOUR PURPLE RAVEN./ THAT PERFECT, F BEING A LITTLE GIRL eye Vera Delle was wearing. BOYS WIU DUMP YOUR HEART OUT AT WANTS TO BE BODY ON THE SAME STREET She wouldn't want to wear THIS HOUR OF GROWN-UP LADY CORNER WHERE JERCE WAS ' ' F5UNO.AND WHERE WILL THAT MOMENT? THE NKSHT? I'VE GOT YOUR KEYS,FUNT,IN CASE I WANT TO LOOK AROUND YOUR OFPICE. SO LONG. ' STILL HAVEN'T A fHREP 0' PROOF IF M LUCKY... /\NP IF THE HOLD VALK LONG ENOUGH F<3R WUP! VVHAT'iTHAf /5AIN5T VALK...NOR M TO JCILKIE& HIPINS PLACE,,,BUT THERE'S ONLV ONE EXPLANA- THAT FITS I By Galbraith Side Glances MODEST MAIDENS Trademark Registered U. S. Patent Offlcd 3 LESAL WAV \0 SET PROOF WITHOUT ENPAM6ERIN6 AN AHNOCENT PERSON! «V ONLV CHANCE \6 TO CATCH JULKI6 SURPRISE WE'LL KNOW IN A SECOND BLINKIE ...v ANGLING FOR THAT LOOK AT T/f/lt THINK >OU CAN MAKE OEAD-STICK;INTO THAT LANDING SPEEP f/£KEITIf,.»Oit> COME PREPARED FOR A LESSON ON "THE SAHARA DESERT" THIS AFTERNOON/ MORNING CLASS DISMISSED/ "/ had, the most wo)idcrfiil_ tune!' COPR. 1944 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. STPAf. OFF The poor dear—George has been keeping fit .again)' runny Business By Hershberqer Freckles and His Friends By Blosser LAED ! JUNIOR. AMD I CANT BEAR. To HKTOR. ARE B&HTTNG-. LISTEN i! IF SOMETHING- AWFUL / j HECTOP- LICKS HIM, JUNHOR.'1-L. TELL HIS MOTHER. WHO BUSTED $18 WORTH •' "" r PHON'v THIS IS TM£ MOMTH OF MARCH, COMINGr IN LIKE A LION ! $ '"£"* $ • d ^ 1 v COPR. 1946 «Y NEA SEKVICt. INC. T. M. "He insisted on it before I brought bim inl'? COPR. 1946 BV NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S- PAT. OFF. Vii Thimble Theater ( THAT.'S VVHAT / HE WANTS THE ( CLIPPER AROUNP ST.'THE -EOOES -TO FIGHT WEEPS -A HAIgCLTTj COPR. 1914. KING FEATURES SYHPICATE. Inc.. WfiRl.ri RlfillTR RKSF.RYKP _ BUT IM THE WROWG V I'll RIGHT/MERLIN/ IT'S YOU SOMEBODY RIGHTLY USED, THET FORMULA COULD GIVE US A BETTER WORLD/ HAUD5 IT COULDjJ USE By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople Out<Our Way ,. ( 5M15AKED I WTO VOUf? LABORATORY < '*• l AMD STOLE VOUR FORMULA Ok) HOW t Lo^s^x 10 Cf?ACK THE •'" <?*a*:!, M45KHM LAUGH/ "SPORT" 2 HAV ^^^^I'LL t, BUT THE MfMAE )^$/ TAKE A ' ""_'!" _. % ~". "'" IT'S NOT THE _ \MHO PRESIDED A.T TUE PICNIC VEARS MOST OF TUB BOYS FELLED SMUFFV SAID HE'D OVER PAKiTRV SIAITH WAIWED SPORT" TO SPi\JE US FROM tH& WELL, KJOW HE K.MOWS HOW IT FEELS — HE R.USHEP A LOt OF TH' BOYS AM' C3IEL9 WHO CAME TO TH' SHOPS TH' BULL O' TH 1 WOODS \B C3ITTIM' SOME OF HIS OWM MEDICIWE-" He CAME HERE PER- A REST AM' THEY'RE RLJSHIM' HIS REST-THEV MEED TH' ROOMS.' YOU GOTO EOOM IS TO BE WE I & HEP, !2£!GM42 TO BE X-EAVED, AU'IT'5 A ^(CATASTROPHE/ IO4 TD BE CARDIO 6EAPHED, TH' 8ASEMEMT TO OAISSLE.' OR. THE- TOP COT OFF HID SCr.E ROBBERY \ • INS A CRACK IN THIS GLAC'-EF? 1 O -TEAeft AGO, SHERIFF CLOSED. y OLiDiS)' TH' LOOT LOCK-V-rs-r-:—: ' BEFORE LEFtr COULO CALCULATE ) _.; HO'/o FAR HIS LOOT HAD 5EES) / >M WHEN LEnt SOT ObT OF PRISON, HE CV^E BACK, TO Vri 1 PLACE /"NARKED &T CARVING HIS CIRCLE x OK AROCK — &UTTHE ICE HAD 0 TEARS V CARRIED, 50rtE&ODT \s)HO ALREADY K(^EVJ TH' SECRET _ Frttloy, Mnrcih 1,1946 CLASS/F/EO Ads Must Be In Offir<« PI* r, . • All Wnnt Ads Cn«i, i A 7 y Before Publication nntAciacnsh In Advance • Nn t T«I....«..„ .u HOPE STAR, H 0 P E, ARKANSAS "THE Not Tnk,n Over the Phone ISc word, minimum $2.70 For Sale QUICKER YOU SELL" and flowers s" •-,() n loud In city Dry Stove' \ - ' °' ' "''i^hvere? 0 ^" w - 37 I>K " "'An. UilwoiPcl. Brunei- Ivory ]i illlt | k ; ' 2H-:« y. ACRES HOUSE AND SI1KDS •limbo,;. In Nevada counlv \V r Vc o Annie V. Ernst, 71(M Wab: "|, _Kans;is Oily 5, Mo. Vjjj.j,, MY HOMEAN 40 ACRES ~ Mil K and one half from city lln it ' J Xter v R cd N ni ^±. rii - $; NKW TIHKS '' —•-- ,....,,,,],,n, S('C ill SIIJI) SO I'ullon, on Spring Hill n w ,,\. W.ACK ivf ui.,Kr"coon CON nil ion. Sco Mule ..t Prather'B,,, . tnico miles on old Emmet hiph- Nwy. <j ff'M MCCORMACK DEERINC;" MOW- or. No. 7. Good shane. th,",, ; vcnr.s old. Can he seen at Bill * Schooleys. Call Frank Schooley Wanted to Buy Notice SKL IDKAL FURNITURE STORE or butler furniture and better iJarKMins.^Phorie 47G. 14-lrn INCOME TAX SERVICE. IF YOU Have income tax troubles. I will ue K ad to help you. Do it now, avoid the rush in the last days i-hargcs reasonable. J. VV. Strick- J ••">''• 1.24-7W LET US HEMAKE YOUR OLD mattress and make them like now. Will pick up and deliver in '"id out of town. Write or call us. Phono 34-J-2. Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Hope, Ark. Rt. 2 23-Ot DO YOUR OWN LAUNDJlYTnENT » machine by the hour. Phone 0-lfi-J for appointment. Ill South Washington St. 20-Gt l''OR SALE OR RENT, COMPLETE furnishings for a H room apartment. See Tom Carrol. l-(jt Fair Enough By Wcstbrook Peglcr Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. (By King Features Syndicate.) Stamford, Conn., industrial For Rent H») ACHE PASTURE. SPRING watered. Mrs. 11. W. Timberlake, lu-way 29. 4 miles south of IJlevins. 27-Ht •ord or Chevrolet. Buck ;. 100 South Walnut Street i 'GO. iv-,f, Services Offered i : HAVE MY EQHI PATENT " TO ! plow your Hardens and do haul-' ^H)K Joe Smith, plume :(5u. 211-IH Lost | TWO NO. -1 RATION BOOKS""'IP lound rotuni tu llenrv I'tui'lips. Jlope, Rt. 2. 27.;j| For Sole or Trade 1940 FORD TUDOR DELUXE' .'17160 actual miloa^e. One owner' Jlsso Service Station, Emmet Ark - 23-Gt. I TWO BEDROOMS, ADJOINING i Uiiln. llf) North Walnut. Phone i _ H _ W) '; J : 28-3t KAHM FOR RENT, -IO~AC¥ES lenced. I wo room house, out- t buildings, evertlowing creek in : bpriii.L; Mill community. §(><} per ! £.,''•""• w '-i'<-' Mrs. C. 11. Conwav, I .JOOa Asher Ave. Little Rock _ Al ' k ; KJt 7 Go to Post in Oaklawn Feature Race H"l Sprimjs, Marcn 1 —(/!')— The first race for two-year-olds mecl- 'i <"' M-ISI at Oaklawn Park today with (he featured sev- and residential city in the region selected by the United Nations as the capital of the world, recently was honored by the revolutionists of the C. I. O. Communist conspiracy. Following i long experiment in mob rule which found the mayor, Charles E. Moore, submissive and the police, under orders, recreant, the boss unioneers called lor a two-hour general strike and mob scene in the center of the city. The Stamford advocate, the only local newspaper, was likewise reluctant to insist on full preservation of order by lawful force in the presence of intimidation by imported organizers of mob terror. This indicated no sudden access of humane feeling in the advocate whose habitual editorial policy might be summed up in the phrase "on the other hand." H expressed, on the contrary, a character long familiar to the citizens who could have anti-1 bailers." Prothro Hopes for Ace in Lambert By W EDWIN MOSS, JR . Henderson, Tex., Mar. 1 —(UP 1 . — Memphis Manager Doc Prothro lodny said lie may have Ihe answer lo one of his prnyers — an ace pilrhor — in young Gene Lambert. 24-year-old Memphis American Legion product. "If Lambert can pitch for us as well as he did for the army ,1've Hot the ace I have been pining for all winter," Prothro beamed. Lambert, who started pitching American Legion ball in Memphis when he was H years old, compiled an impressive 424 record in three Army years. He was unbeaten in 19-14 and 1943 when he won 20 straight games. His last detent was the final game of the 1043 season when he lost to Campbell, Ky. That record, Prothro indicated, would be impressive even if the opposition had been the Bloomer girls, which it definitely was not. As Lambert puts it, "some of those army teams were pretty rugged and you had to bear clown lo beat them. Most of them had one several professional baso- cipated that in any crisis calling for courage their local paper would follow the example of those Gorman found shirts and Kalian papers which that, after all. the brown and black shirts, although perhaps oyor-entluisia.slic. were no doubt sincere. and preferred submission lo resistance. In the clays of the speed-up and oppressive labor conditions in Stamford's large industries, the advocate was preoccupied- with news and jottings of the garden clubs and strawberry socials. Johnny Nee, ormer New York Yankee scout, described Lambert as the best pitcher he ran across in his search for talent among the GI outfits "I was set on signing Lambert for the Yankees." 'Nee said, "ustil 1 foupd out that he was owned bv the Chicks Then 1 was bent on toll- inf Doe what an asset he has" I Lambert had pitched a Momnhis Legion loam to two straight slate championships when Prothro sign- CARNIVAL k-.,0 By Dick Turner PC! him for the Philadelphia .Phil, P . , , . , , . ,'ies in 103!), Prolhro's first vcar as I- , m mob whlch barricaded the the Phi'l'css manager He was l-alolowne plant tor week:: was;sent to Mayoden. N C in the bi- vio atmg several plain laws and i stale leacne where he won 13 and with equal lack of right might have iiost two his first season in profes- blockadcd the nome of Mr Moore-.sinnal ball and Ihe.owners of the paper. Never-1' He worked for Pensacola. Fla uielcss, the mayor, in a long ser- j n the class B southeastern league pentme statement, look credit for Uie next yenr and his 13-fi record preventing bloodshed on the ground Uenl him un to the AA k-a-'ues thai in enforcing the law his .police jln 104], ) lt . had r >-3 miglit find it necessary to use force ! Syracuse, of (he "It's simple! You close your eyes and make believe you're playing sliuflie-board on the Queen Mary!" This Curious World By William Ferguson record with , „ , ..............i , ... ,,,,. inlernafinnnl on members of the mob. To the , league, and a 2-2 mark with Mil- Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the. following as candidates subjecl 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 For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SYVELL A. BURKE moo. 10 tlie ileaguo, and anwhile, he was j waukon. of suggestion that, me , neglecting his oath to enforce the rights of others, he replied that such enforcement would cause violence, which he was against. the American Association. He pitched one RSI me for the Phils 1he same vear and lost it to the Now York Giants. When Prothro returned to Mem Uiis.was not pri-| D hi s in 19-12. he promptly bought For Lease MC'S CAMP, HIGHWAY 07 WEST of Hope. lB-' J w Female Help Wanted TWO EXPERIENCED WAITIiES : S- _cs. Apply Diamond Cafe. 27-.'U Wonted 50,000 RATS TO KILL WITlTGILLS rat killer. Harmless to anything but rats and mice. C!ii-"-" ; i- teed. Feeders Supply Co. 28-3w Wanted to Rent FIVE OR SIX ROOM UNFURN- ished house, Phone (i!2 — . M. N. Yocom. ].(i| EE OR FOUR~ROOM~~n6wN- stairs furnished apartment in walking distance of business district. One Gilbert, Box 12,1, Emmet, Arkansas. l-(it. JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd ,cd roiit...- s W"r»- In m-.teh strirles I The three-furlong juvenile numl jber was ior maiciuii .,U,L-.S a.,i. a -• ' w"" ep'--'Ml v-iih our others on the also eligible list J Hose seiieuuic-U uj yo pusiwarci "' • • 'i •>. *-. Kills' Sweet Kayo, ,\vho has trained well here and was i reported by dockers to be ready | or brackets; Reynold Brothers- Miss Marietta and C. C. Orliob's iVJjss Air Rate. The mileand-a-sixleenth seventh event, also to be run under allowance conditions fur a purse of $1 -idO, marked the return to the races of Emery and Karl's nine i.vear - old Cnr.vdon. The former |i>rcentree stake runner won two . .--<nos her,- i..,. s , fall Cory . don s toughlcst opposition was ex! ;v L '.' n , ,'," <- 1( >me from ' Old Orchard 1< arm's first Mate and H 1-orresfs Plover Brand, both run- iieih up in races Monday Claremonl Miss., five-year - old mare, captured Ihe featured fifth ^, ICC ' yesterday, paying $35.70 for V. Royti" v .'as second and Bill G Laramic, Wyo., March 1 — (#>)— creel Watkins and his sister's dog Had Iheir differences, which were ignored by Watkins until recently His wife drove him to work and as lie leaned to kiss her goodbye Ino dog bit hj m on t | 1L , nosc jn '_ ,„ ,'" developed, Watkins. ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize In nil 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 Expert Repair Work On all makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. 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 link's. lUiy, Sell and Exchange Machines C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R Wonted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 1 6 to 70 Feet Cash Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMQS, ARK. lh , /-rr> sir '^ e ll ^' ai ? ncvcr '!l.»mberl and lagged the youngster l^ed ; §\l^ -md j.°o y gffl | h ' 8 " limbfr ono f» chcr prOS13CCL Fayetteville in Junior Hi Quarterfinals Lille Rock. March ] — (,T)— Fay- elleyille and Little Rock East Side moved into the nu'arlerfinals of tile Slate Junior High school bask- Communists. These include a law-! yer who once defended a Communist charged with spitting on the Stars and Stripes. • Bridgeport, not far away, is the home of Sam Carp, a brother-in- law of Molotov, who sot $200,000,- i 000 or $1,000,1100, he cotildnf rightfully say which, through his ! lamily connections in the workers' | paradise lo spend on commission I in this country tor war .equipment, I including, a battleship of fabulous ln"iiat?e and power'.In the outlying dells there exist, in summer, colo- ii : v& 01 dilettante . Communist pamphleteers and other propagandists and the region is blanketed by a party-l^ne paper practicing intimidation by filth so low that even the ineffable Carp, as he told the "f!\v Dies Committee, would not have it in his home lest it contaminate his cnilcireti. In the presence oi such influences, Mr. Moore moderation in dealing preferred with the mob and, following Stamford's experimental general strike and "demonstration," the New York council of the CIO decided on a similar "experiment" as a "protest" against the exercise of the legislative function by the United States Congress. This was to have R?o" n war »'"S to the nation of the CIO s power to punish the whole people if Congress should pass laws restricting it and rebuking its lawlessness. Later, for lack of cour- "P/i Ph -!J& Mun "'.v, the president oi the CIO, called it off. The leadership and management or the machinists strike at Vale- lowne in Stamford have been imported, notjoca, and the very nature of the demands and the' mob etball tournament with ' easy vic- ' tories this' morning and will' meet each other tonight. With Trumbo sinking 1C points, FayetteviHe blasted Warren, 4, r i-29, in the first game. East Side defeated Trumann, 30-23. RedCield played Dooncville and Balcsville met Smackovcr in the last two first-round games this morning. Survivors of the opening session last night were to tangle in the initial quarterfinals this afternoon. These games pitted Magnolia against Gurdon at 2 o'clock and West Side against Lead Hill. The morning winners will clash in two games tonight. Semi-finals will be run off tomorrow morning. The title tilt will be played tomorrow night. First round results last night 1 Magnolia 3f>; Conway 18. West Side of Little Rock 39; For- Gurdon 21; DCS Arc 19 Blythevillc 30; Lead Hill 2G. had been carried on wrth ominous violence, including the slashing of CTHAN6E ITS AT WILL/ IT CAN: FLOAT HISH OUT OF THE WATER, OK SO LOW THAT ONLY ITS HEAD AND NEO< PROTRUDE. --"YOU BRIN& THINSS INSIDE TO THAW THEM OUT}" fays WARREN WILSON, OF STARS THAT ARE AWAY WILL BE POSSIBLE WITH COMPLETION OF THE 2OO-INCH TELESCOPE MOUNT PALOMAR, IM SOUTHERN T. M. REG. U. S. r«r, OFF. By Bnoh S. Follertoi, Jr. Connie Mack Changes Mind About Yankees West Palm Beach, Fla.. March 1 — t/P) — Don't tell Joe McCarthy, but. onnie Mark has changed his mind about the New York Yankees. The sage of baseball now doubts very much thnl .the Bronx Busters will win the American League pennant. That.'s ouite a comedown for the ™en "f McCarthy. They have been Mr. Mack's favorite first place team selection in the American League for many seasons. They were this year — up to today. It was only a short time ago thai Connie was quoted: "The Yankees ar" the top™! boat. Once again, they should be too strong for the rest of the eague!" But, since the 83-year-old man oger of the Athletics has seen hi? own squad in action, and studiec "os'ors nf other junior circuit nines 10 hns lost some of the respect ho had for the New Yorkers. "We're going to have one of the greatest hitting seasons basebal rias ever known." assures Mi- Mack, "and I don't think the Yan kees have enough pitching strength P m -,n P ickelln f? P'-°y«J that tires of private cars as housewives Y. s , rc r llzc ' lhat ' r °- drnve lo the dair -v for milk for , i al f', forcc and fear, |their families. Miller Brothers, who l ... would soon relflrn to work. The mayor has been upholding terrorists who make it dangerous lor these workers to work and run an uncommonly good dairy, were ordered to grant prohibitive raises and might not even be allowed to work in their own dairy. They couldn't even select the'ir own employees. They had; fewer ihan a do/en woru6rs fiut* 200 earn. More recently, James Caiiahan 00, -a foreman at Yale-Towne, was horribly beaten by two ihufis on I pickets enforced"t"ho terror.' W "''^ nnd th ° ilclvoc; 't« , Mil lei- Rrothers said they were a picture ol nis dis- ! sorry to close and lose the bus!face accompanied by a ness they had built by 'their hard lorted statement from Mr. Moore 'that not "violence is something we will n stand for." He was a lillle late One company executive reported mat he had been threatened with work, and lose their money, to. This was no "labor dispute." II was a terroristic invasion of a j . A «^-ni.vitv,i_( \\'Illl death. Another executive reported that a window : " '- : ~ ' New England town, infected |irom Stamford, by those under .-- I license from politicians and prot'es- nis home had Isional union gangsters. ! These are consequences of the Canaan. I timidity of local government and been smashed. Concurrently, in New nearby, a campaign of 'ions to eliminate independent : Italy, flinched and"appeascd"orga- i«;U dairymen and throw their Ini/.ed rioters and piesenllv foimd business lo big corporate dairies lilself in chains . ,• .- teamsters! Hie press which, in Germany and New York, March T —(/P)— Add Ray Meyer of DePaul to the list of basketball coaches who think something ought to be done to slow down basketball. . . . Meyer isn't sure'that Dutch Lonbcrg's recent proposal to restore the center jump would do the trick. "Maybe all they needed lo do is make the | webbing on the basketball longer so 'the ball wouldn't drop so quickly." he says. "At least that would give time to see who scored. As it is jnow basketball is just a scramble. | running up and down the floor and j shooting. 1C a team is hot. it wins. I but the coach doesn't have much to | do will]i it. He's, just, a trajner now," ; .M; Ikiy'i cities (n n'ol&blj ojfafnpfc jaf ja (pro team leading by five points and having possession of the bill .with 17 seconds to go. It still managed everything," says Ray. One-Minute Sports Paae 'lip Horn New Knglancl is that Harvard will receive and accept the invitation to play in the NCAA basketball tournament. . . Bill Bangert. Purdue's singing sholpultcr, was runner-up for the heavyweight lille in the St. Louis Golden'Gloves from Chicago to New York with a strong tail wind. There's a suspicion that George and Eddie Mikan let their toes drag on the ground to slow down the plane. 2 Arkansas S T C Buildings Smeared With Yellow Paint Conway, March 1 —(/P)—Two I buildings at Arkansas State leaciuvs college, whicn recently severed athletic relations with jun s smeared last naint spelling the The story of a woman who loved one man The Heart to Find Starts in Hope Star Monday, March 4 Arkansas Teehr'pnncf'. affected by Teachers' junior college ban, plays the Bears here tonight in a basketball game which may decide the Arkansas intercpl legiale conference cnampionship. The game also may bo the last athletic contest between the two schools, as Teachers' new ruling prohibits further scheduling of contests with two-year institutions. Teachers' administration and buildings were baseball league on the Pacific Coast. . . Mori Lmirlsben!, Ihe former Cornell and Philly Eagles Star, lias purchased a seat on the New York Stock exchange and will give up football. End of the Line Tonight's Willie- Pep-Jimmy Me- j Allister Fracas is developing into , "•IP of the season's big-belting fights . .Movie man Louis 13. May- : er is trying to .sign Job Dean Jes- I sop, last year's leading jockey, at his stable rider .. . The DePaul basketball team didn't set any scoring records in the Garden Wednesday, but it nearly set one flying Tech" signs. State Teachers now leads the conference cage race with seven wins and two losses. Sugar cane is the chief industry of the Hawaiian islands, COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co. Phone 370 Hope, Ark. 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 Plant; Willhite Melon Seeds Germaco 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 District 10 Tournament Thursday Afternoon Stamps 35 Murfreesboro : 14 Lewisville 22 Blevins 21 Buckner 20 Glenwood ifj Central 3?, Spring Hill 23 Thursday Night Saratoga 27 Washington 17 Mineral Springs 30 Taylor 13 Kirby 2(5 Village : 13 McNeil ;. 31 " Bradley 20 Friday Morning Emerson 4Z North Heights 31 Delight ,. 32 Center Point :... 23 Stamps 2(i- Lewisville 19 Buckner 27 Central 25 Friday Afternoon Magnolia -. 39 Dicrks 14 to slop the sluggers and win the pennant.' "We're going to see a great race between five teams," says Mr. Mack, with all his enthusiasm, "and pitching will decide the winner." He wouldn't say which five-clubs he meant, but the royal guess is that he has his eyes on the Boston Red Sox, Delroit Tigers, Washing- Ion Senators, Cleveland Indians, and the Yankees. "The manager who finds a way to slop Ihe sluggers who are coming back on every learn will be in Ihe World Series next fall. I hope I can find a way lo do H!" And so do millions of baseball fans, Mr. Mack. Lego! Notice When Michelagnelo painted his "Last Judgment" in the Sistine Chapel, he had _a special wall of selected bricks built for it in I front of the real structural wall. Nolice is hereby given lhal the United Stales of America, mortga- gee in a mortgage executed by West Stuart on the 1 day of February. 1945. and duly filed in thn office of the Recorder in and for Hempslead County, Arkansas, in which mo*-*- sace Ihe said mortgagor waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the State of Arkansas, will, pursuant to the powers granted under the terms of said mortgage and by the laws of Ihe State of Arkansas, on Ihe (5 day of March, 1946. at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon of said date, at Ren Stuart's farm in the County of Hempslead, Slate of Arkansas, offer for sale lo the highest and best bidder for cash, the following-described property to-wil: I brown horse mule,. Tom, 1050ii, G; '1 brown mare mule. Bell, 1050*, 6; 1 brown horse mule, Nig, 900£, 7; 1 red cow Lillic, 600*. 8; 1 red heifer calf; 1 red 'bull calf; 1 Ludenhaus wagon; 2 bridles; 2 collars; 1 John Reere cultivator; 1 John Deere middle burster; 1 old section harrow: 1 JD Turning plow: 1 planter; 1 Ga. Stock; 2 sets of harness; 1 pressure cooker; 24 sweeps; 2 hoes. Witness my hand this the 28 day of February, 1946. United Stales of America, By W. M. Sparks, FSA Supervisor. March 1 Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP East 2nd St. Phone 7i Alterations Pressed While You Walt Personal Stationery Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. Kennedy's Plumbing Co. Call 269-W For experienced plumbing All work guaranteed 19 years of experience Harry Segnar, Sr, PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J DR. H.T.SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texa'rkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J THEO LONG For Plumbing Telephone 674-J Hope, Arkonioi Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St, PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliance* SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phono 174 216 8. Main COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Loe 7 s Tour ist Cafe-Court Featuring • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue »Fish • Sandwiches «Soft Drinks Open 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight Private Dining Room—Phone 222 Owned and operated by Mr. ajid Mrs. . SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling. Doug /^IT'Y Carl Bacon V^l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. Phone 784 Hope • 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 Sea Us For BABY CHICKS You'll like oui quality chicks, hatched right from selected {locks. Hardy, fast- growers. Low pries. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th and La. St» Phone 26 all

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