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Hope, Arkansas
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ro*!»p»)5W» VWlW*^ HOPE STAR, Thnrstfay. Morch OPE/ARKANSAS . Blondie By Chick Young THIS SAVES THE WEAR AND TEAR ON KNUCKLES. BESIDES, THAT LITTLE RAT PARTNER Of YOURS MAY BE SQUEAKINO AGAIN. 1Jhe breath left him like the Air out of a busted paper bag. . THE WAY VOL) > THROW NOURSELF ( AROUND NOUt> THINK -f HUSBANDS GROW ^ ON TREES NOW GET UP. LOUSE, SO 1 CAN SMACK YOU I THINK WIVES SHOULD BE ALLOWED MORE-THAN ONE HUSBAND MEN ARE SO CARELESS WITH THEMSELVES/ THEY NEVER THINK r" ABOUT THEIR ) I'M A SOFr-HEARTED MAN. AND VOU KNOW HOW I HATE TO DO THik/BUT SKELETONS CANT TALK,.AND FIRE WILL DESTROY ALL TRACf OF MURDER, ANP MV LirfLE YOU'RE AFRAIP 1 MR.BLEEKBAND I WILL SPREAD THE ALARM AS S00NA5VOU ' LEAVS f VALX AMP I LPAVE HERE TONISHr,,. IN .THREE DAS's We BOARD A SHIP THAT WILL CARRY WE TO FREEDOAV PROVIDED NO NEW SEARCH FOR A\E is STARTED; TWO WILL BE FOUND IN THE SMOULDERING RUINS OF THIS OLD HOUSE? Side Glances By Galbraith ou HAVE WHEKE tVE GO FROM HBHB.- PRETTY WELL OFF THE BEATEN TRACK..-WHAT ABOUT ROOD— WHAT WAITING F DRINK, AND rOR TO,W0EROW THERE ViUCH, BUT IT' 1 THAM NOTHING/ ...S3 THAT'S IT TO PATS...VOU KONKED OUT '.VHEN SS ; E CLIPPED OUR WI.MS5 IN A PE PULLEP VOU OUJ ANP HERE WE AKE WITH MO PLANE/ It s an old machine, son, Init we gauge our friends by it r : tI l9. Sj ? who have stuck \vi'A us as the car ot old and "I think everybody should have a hobby.of* some kind, don't you?/' rusty are the real ones l' v Freckles and His Friends By Blosser ?unny Business By Hershberaer AIN'T ENOUGH, PAL .' IVE 60T A PEPUTATIOM TO MAINTAIN IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD ' FOR A BUCIC L WAS WILLING TO LET JUNIOR. THINK HE COULD Lick. ME. BUT HE'S GETTIN' SATTLE-HikPPV I r WALKS UP TO ME- AND POPS ME/ ;: .,;;-.- FORGET IT- MERE'S ANOTHER. OOLLAE/J OKAY, BUT TMAT KID r •• —i^-cp- v , ^ is SOMNA PLJNCW YOUR WAV INTO TH PCORHOUSE / SWEAtJ I CAMT \ r DRAT THAT \ \VHATS \ (.TELEPHONE, HAPPENED? TO OOP BUT I SUPPOSE HE'LL SHOW UP /M A PAY OR TWO' TSUE&BAM FOR POCTOF5 WONMUG/ SIESTA CITV HOLDING ONE A.OOP CHARGED WITH CREATING A DISTURBANCE AND DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY PENDING . SETTLEMENT OF DAMAGES TO BARBER SHOP STOP INSTRUCT SIGNED \ "Could you direct me to the patent office?" COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. DEO. U. S PAT OF ;^ Pope ye Thimble Theater . :_OP». 194S DY NEA SfHVir.r. INC. T. M. REG. U. i. PAT VES, INPEEP, THE HUNTING 15 QUITE GOOD THE GIANT HAS GOT GRASSHOPPERS IN HIS HAIR BUT, MERLIU/)f WORE/ AU' uMTU'T TUF //IT U/nil'T RF ( - . / MERE £OES AND UWTIL HUMAU MATURE HAS UMDEBSONE A CHAWGE, THE STUFF Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople THE FORMULA/ WOW'T THE KWOV/-HOV/ STILL BE IM / ELSE'S MIWD YOUR r^( PER HUUDREDS MIUDfJ X n' 10 ME THAT THIS ATOMIC HAS MORE P/UIGER TK/UJ GOOD —-> IU IT- 4klP" f «s2 WELL.THERE'S \/ IN! BLJILDIM UP \MORO, SPORT/ AM, I-X C-C-CORR&CT isi ASSUMES THKT CREP\TOR.& IS A PET OP YOURS , GOOD TH 1 IDEAL-STATE, THERE'S LEADERS WHO WILL BOTCH IT-MAKE TH' HULL TOWM JOIM TH' PARADE AMD LEAVE MO OME. TO WATCH IT.' \Nn" GOOT YOU'RE AS SPRY AS ANJ ACROBM \MlTH THe ITCH/-—- YOU M.OSTA THOUGHT PETeV VMAS A x TlG>ER.;rH v WAV YOU ZOOMED UP TH/XT TABLE LIK& A ." \MW/XT \NAS VOO SAYIS^ A800T 8ATTUN V A PAIR. O v FIERCE „ RHINOS 6 A£E-FISTED? TOP TO TOE MV GOLVT/ IT HAS FO& IM SUNLIGHT/ "^ i^. .< ^fc^. THE THOU6HTUESS THIMKERS March 7, 1946 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Fcgc Seven For Sale 748. Laurel Si Phono 1938 STUDEBAKER. NEW TIRES good condition, Soe nt 900 South Fulton, on Spring Hill Road. nnQr 1002 E. _ 27-01 GAS RANGETAPART". ? ctl a shoi>t U™. Mrs ' Davilt Diiv 's. 2-31 UNDERWOOD 2-31 •^typewriter. Phone 021. LATE ~ MppHT~SINGER~MAC. nines .with motor, and reverse feed. C.W. Yanccy, 513 South ^Walnut, phone 578-R. 4.31 I HAVE A FE~W^o"6Dl^TiuiLT pianos which I will transfer to good responsible families. If you can assume ihc payments, write Credit Manager, Little Rock ?inno Co. 210 Main Street. Little Hock, Ark. 4.31 0AIITHA WASHINGTON COAlToR Wood healer. $25. Sandy land 12 inch breaking plow. Section harrow and baled hay arid oats. See Sam B. Hnrtsfield. 1008 West Ave . B y ___ __ _4j3l PURE ALFALFA HAY. SlTsfHPER ^Jjnle delivered. Moore Bros. 5-3t 1934 ^HEVROLET~^6uFE~"FAiR condition, also Good Fly Rod Gentry Printing Company! Phone 241. 123 W. Front Street. G-3t ,J'J29 CHEVROLET TEDAN, ALSO — attic fun, Humphies Garage. Old Community Ice Company Building. _ ^j _ c . 3t SMALL FARM, GOOD HOUSE electricity. Bus and Rural route. Good road. B. C. Lewis, Mope Route 2. o-3t BABY BED, PERFECT CONDI- .tion. Boys bicycle. Phone G59-W. 1012 Foster Ave. B-31 Notice YOUNG BUSINESS WOMAN TO room and serve breakfast and evening meal. Mrs. W. G. Allison. Phoifo 33. 4.31 SEE IDEAL FURNITURE STORE for better furniture and bettor bargains. Phone 476. 14-lrn INCOME TAX SERVICE, IP YOU have income tax troubles. 1 will be glad to help you. Do It now, avoid the rush in the last days. Charges reasonable. J. W. SlrJck- land. l-24-7w LET US REMAKE YOUR OLD mattress and make them like new. Will pick up and deliver in and out of town. Write or call us. Phone 34-J-2. Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Hope, Ark. Rt. 2. 2-6t FOR SALE OR RENT, COMPLETE furnishings for a 3' room apartment. See Tom Carrel. 1-Ot Fair Enough By Westbrook Peglcr Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. Philip Murray, the president of the CIO, turned out of a self-serving publicity release recently, boosting that most members of his Unions pay low dues and initiation fees and lhal 1)2 of the 3(1 unions publish financial reports. "This," he says, "is a very dif- fcrcnl picture from that which the enemies of labor have loved to convey." And this, I say, is fine example of that deceptive and only somewhat truthful propaganda lor Ihc gullible svhich the likes of Murray are forever charging to the likes of me. In the first place, crookedness, although not unknown in the CIO, joing a specialty of A. F. of L. •ackeleers, is not a major count in .he indictment of his organization. BLACK SPOTTED STEER HAS buon taken up. Owner may have same'by paying feed and ad. •Hi miles on Cojumbus highway. Henry White. 7.31 DO YOUR OWN LAUNDRY. RENT <i machine by the hour. Phone fl-iC-J for appointment. Ill South Washington. , 7-2\v , For Rent THREE ROOM FURNISHED . A- partmont for light housekeeping. Apply Schoolcy's Store. Phone _38-F-U,,_Mrs. J.E. Schooley. 2-tf CLOSE IN, SMALL NICELY^rUR^ nished apartment. Ulililies paid. Soe Tom Carrel. Ill West 3rd SI 0-lil Real Estate for Sale SEE C. B. TYLER, FOR F.H.A. Loans lo purchase or repair your home. Office 110 Collon Row. 2-31 MODERN FOUR ROOM HOUSE TWO nnw r^v m AMTTTR CT^ i ncar Srndo school. Shown by ap- . Pov R J?nmmn,?, t< H nI ^ N A a ,£ R n5 EE P 1 "!™' 1 '. «"*• Phono 452.' 1408 . Foy Hammons, Hope Auto Co .7-31 NEW HOUSE, ACROSS STREET from high school, corner lot, pavement built in cabinets, full bath equipment. Immediate nos- session. Phone 5G8-J after 5:30 P.m. _ ' 7-31 SECOND HAND DRESSES, SIZES 15 and 10. 808 West 4th St. . 7-31 39 ACRES, MORE- OR ""LESS! farm, 7 miles south of Hope, y» mile off hlway on Hope and Le- J wisvillc highway. 5 room house, two barns, smokehouse. $HOO. See Clifton. Bowden, Patmos, Rt. 1. H.H. Burns, 7-2w FIVE ROOM BUNGALOW AND garage. See Floyd Portcrficld. 7-Gt CLOSING OUT SALE. OF ALL peach, apules and plum trees. Hempslead Nursery and Florist.- Phone 230. Highway 29. 7-2w Real Estate Wanted : i _ HAVE CASH CUSTOMER FOR home in good neighborhood, Must have all modern conveniences. TWO bedrooms, Gargage and Garden spot. R. 0. Bridewell 2-3t South Main. 2-31 Mexico Makes Offer to Feller CARNSVAL By Dick Turner Mexico City, Mnrcli 7 —(/P)—' Bobby roller, Cleveland's ace pilchor and one of the highest aid Iwirlors In organized baseball at a rr'porlocl $40,000 a season, has been offered $1)00,000 lo jump lo Ihe Mexican League for a three-year period, President Jorge Pasquel disclosed today. Feller would be paid $100.000 a season. "Thai is nothing," smiled the head of the so-called "outlaw" league. Next season lie said he hopes to gel Hank Groenberg and Ted Williams .slugging outfielders for* the Detroit Tigers and Boston Rod Sox, respectively. "I'm Rotting in touch with them right now," he told the Associated Press in an interview. Ho did not say how much he plans to offer Orocnbcra and Williams. Neither did he say if Feller had replied to his offer. Referring to organized baseball's criticism of his independent cir- ^ cull. Pasquel declared: "We are , cu. asque ecare: e are In the second place, the revelation rr , ;u iy u, eight with them in any nt ci ir»n r»M 1*11 lit iti»i >i i-ii-l 4 li n s-1 Sim nt j i , . •>. . t » 11 . of such corupl.ion and the denunciation and prosecution of notorious scoundrels are services to abor and the union movement for which anyone professing, as Mur•ay does, to be an honest labor leader, should be grateful. It will be noted that, although he is an old A. F. of L. man himself, and over all these has been in a position to raise a righteous clamor and drive such vermin out of the house of labor, he has confined himself to negative way that may be necessary. If. they want to come and scrap it out they'll have to put out $30,000,000." Pasquel said a $2,000,000 "baseball city, excelling any baseball plant in the United States" will bo built here in 1948. Plans call for it lo seat 52,000 and have cushioned seats "like in theaters," Major Leaguers who reportedly already have jumped lo the Mexi- 'cnn circuit include Danny Gardclla and Nap Reyes, of the New York . Giants; Luis Olmo, of the Brooklyn | CflPH. 194« BY NEA SERVlbE. INC. T. M. RtB. U. S. PAT. OFF. side-long criticisms of his former , Dodgers and pitcher Alejandro brethren and has even joined them |Oarrasaquel of the Chicago White in attacks on those who did take'Sox. the initiative and carry through a — o shocking expose. This task and public service have been made no easier by his own complacency. Moreover, Mr. Murray is a former subordinate of John J. Lewis in the United Mine Workers, which is about as "democratic" as the Communist party and broke with Lewis only over a mallei- of money when Lewis presented a bill lo the CIO for money which Lewis had advanced lo the CIO out of the mine workers' treasury. That transaction, of itself, by which the builders of an enormous political machine calmly tapped the wages of the miners for sped the expense of "orgqni/ing" several million oilier workers, most of them against State A Tourament 5 Opens Thurs. Jonesboro, March 7 — (K>} — ^Arkansas cage fans slarl a Irek over familiar trails today headed for Jonesboro and the stale high school class A basketball tournament which opens at 7 o'clock tonight. Sponsoring their eighth stale — - ,„,-,„ UK,,,,.,. f' 1 ' 01 ; tourney in the past 20 years, their will, and bv means of ritous J o»csboro officials predicted the I brawls that terrorized whole com"- largestcrowds '" '-'-'- —'-' "And now \ve come lo the use of the razor strap—standard equipment in the handling of false alarms 1" This Curious World By William Ferguson balh, on Oak and Foster Ave. Close in. Immediate possession. $3500. 100 ACRES ' NEAR SHOVER Springs. Two G room homes and two good barns. Lights available. Extra good farm. $4500. 22 ACRES, MODERN G ROOM home. 4',A miles out on hiway $5000. Sec Riley Lewallen. 5-3t munities. is a measure of this man's character when he invites applause on the ground that his and don't steal, refused to INVESTMENTS PROPERTY • close in. Five lots and four • houses, just west of North Washington St. all houses rented. All utililes available. Will sell .all for $2250.00 on terms. C. B. Tyler. 7-31 BROWN STRIPE SHAEFFER Lifetime fountain pen with initial O.J.L. on gold band. Lost in down town business section Return lo Davis Studio for reward. 5-3t Services Offered I HAVE MY EQUIPMENT TO plow your gardens and do hauling Joe Smith, phono 350. 28-61 THAMES MAKES SUITS, coats, dresses and alterations. Quick service. Phone 712-J. 402 North Hervey. 5-3t ONE BLACK SADDLE STALLION", one Missouri Jack, black with white nose. For service. E, D. Downs, Bodcaw, Ark. G-2w 50,000 RATS TO KILL WITH GILLS rat killer. Harmless to anything but rals and mice. Guaranteed. Feeders Supply Co. 28-3\v Wanted to Rent FIVE OR SIX ROOM UNFURN- Ished house, Phone G12-J. M. N. .'Yocom. 1-Gt THREE OR FOUR ROOM DOWN- stairs furnished apartment in walking distance of business district. One Gilbert, Box 123, Emmet, Arkansas. l-Gt Lost GOLD BRACELET, BETWEEN high school and John P. Cox drug Store. \ Return to Maxine Bowden', Phone 103G-J. 7-31 Wanted A FORD TRACTOR WITH OR without equipment. Will buy or trade John Reer model B with or without' equipment. A, B Enoch, Rt. 4 Prescotl. 7-61 WELL EDUCATED LOCAL MAN or woman lo earn $100 per week during summer months. Full or pafl time. D. W. Hall, District Mgr. Box 141 Hot Springs, Ark. 7-31 Wanted to Buy I WANT TO BUY A 1040-41 OR'42 model Ford or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, JOG South Walnut Street Phone G60. 17-tf FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED apartment wtih Iwo bedrooms. Dr. A. L. Hardage, Phone 1071. 7-3t For Lease lilC'S CAMP, HIGHWAY 67 WEST of Hope. 18-2w JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service qn All WASHING MACHINES Phone 209 304 East 2nd Help Wanted )eople Incidentally, Murray Ihe miners back. But it is when Murray boasts of "democratic" procedure thai he puls himself inlo direct controversy with the truth unless he . does this with a mental reservation I .vhich acknowledges lhal "demo- in history would i Memorial gym, which seals 1,350. Sixteen of the state's best high school quintets — 12 district champions and four invited teams— pair off for the coveted championship. Little Rock, winner of the crown in 1944 and 1945, goes inlo the tourney favored to-cop its third straight ""•- The Tigers lost only one against Arkansas comueti- Political Announcements The 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 Hempstcod County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN J. W. (SON) JONES , For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SWELL A. BURKE iVnc7' moans mSjorlv rule"and tion this year. The Jonesboro HUr- denial of minority rights, which is "I'™ 0 dr , e ) v s «? cond billing, and its corront mpnnlnn rnrn,v,r,,-,i,V _qthcr__outstanding clubs include its correct meaning. Commonly, however, the unionecrs of the le'lT wing represent "democracy" as the equivalent of freedom and the recognition of the dignity ,of man and of his civic rights. And, if Murray uses the word in thai sense we can find, on examination of the facts, thai his boast is empty. Sidney Hillman's clothing workers union is one of the pillars of the CI.O. and David Dubnisky's garment workers was another for a time. Local of both of these organizations send notices lo members during political their paigns requiring them lo attend jjolitical rallies disguised as membership meetings and give alien- to left-wing candidates 1'or office under penalty of a fine for failure. Unions under Murray's gensral jurisdiction have adoplecl political resolutions binding on the dissenting members , which were no proper business of any group recognized and favored by federal and state laws solely as agents lo rep- resenl workers in collective bar- Pine Bluff, Magnolia,. Bccbe and round session ,-ille. Tonights first works out the top half of the pairings. The pairings. The favored Tigers make their initial appearance against Glen wood district 12 winners. Camden, district 9 winner and runner-up to the Tigers for the slate conference championship, will mcel Van Huron, invited runner-up from district 1. Other games scheduled will match Monticello against Forrest City and Paragould against Russellville. The opening round will continue Friday morning with Pine Bluff vs. Magnolia, Fayettevillc vs. El Dorado, Jonesboro vs. Oxford and Bocbe vs. Texarkana. Quarterfinals are scheduled for Friday afternoon and night, semifinals Saturday morning, and the title go at 8 o'clock Saturday night. Friday night there will be a banquet Gem NATURES ATOMIC BOMB/ THE ERUPTION OF MOUNT PELEE, ON MARTINIQUE, KILLED 3O,OOO PERSONS, MAYS, TROPICAL "89" BUTTERFLY 15 NAMED FOR THES9 DESIGN ON ITS . WINSS: FIN<&ERLIN<&? COPR. 15>M BY NCA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT, OFF. up; , VOLCANIC MOUNT PELEE, AFTER FIFTY-ONE'fEARSOP INACTIVITY, 6AVE VENT TO IT5 PENT UP FURY IN A BLAST THAT .SENT A STIFUN6 CLOUD 13,000 FEET INTO THE AIR/ AS THIS STEAMING" MASS < REACHED ST. PIERRE, PEOPLE DIED LIKE FLIES. Ooklawn Entries for Friday First Race — $1,000 ale. 4 yos p; 6 furs. Cast Off HO; Alpine ,ighl 112; Top Bools 112; Vonceil 07; Three Bangs 115; Bagnell 107: Half Pinl 105; Edasel 110; Look- ul Rascal x!07; Vcro Lumon 107; Alger x!07; Indian Trace 112. Also Eligible, Lady Tyrant 107: Cassa Boy 112; Eva Lillian 105; Hello Cap 112; Marcap 107; Never- gymnasium, rrl xlOV. (126). Second .Race — $1,000 clmg. yos; (i furs. Tupelo 107; Twilight trotiuccd in Bay x!02: De" ; ls Music 119- Der'-l ]2th cenlury Chair x!07: Big. Clean x!02; Biz 107; Excellence x!07; Blue Mountain xlO'V; Vegus Pesty Ud; diuery Jack 112; Slcnpin Lively 112. (11). •Third Race — $1,000 mdn. 2 yos C ' G. 3 furs. Maisco Lad 118; aGunnison 118; One Blue 118; Buck Weaver 118; Panhandle 118; Honest Engine 118; Tranquil Tide 118; Vinita Rev 118; Double Light 118; De Brand xl!3; Orli 118; Little Geromo 118. (12). A-Reynolds Bros. Entry. Fourth Race — ?1,000 ale. 3 yos; G furs. Gypsy Lea 113; Motivate 113; Brown Dame xlOS; River Pat 118; Lcida 110; Auditor 115; Wisk- tiber 118; Whileford Will xl!3; Evelyn W. 113; Memories-Best 118; Miss Pebble xlOS. (1). Fifth Race — $1,200 clmg. 4 yos up; 6 furs. Final Reward 107; Ban- neran x99; Ted Mosquero 112; JKona Wind 112; Leonard G. 117; Listing xlOG; Faff 101; Trop Train 111; Umbriago xllO; Anna Mullen x!04; South Border 114. (11). Sixth Race — $1,000 ale. 4 yos up; G furs. Hygro's Beauty 111; Gomel 110; Rosemere Rosemere Gomel 110; Rosemere Rosemere C hief 110; Another Night 113; Milk Fli xllO; Genial Sam S. 112; Marl- town xlll; Stoogie xlOS; Remembering 115; Nod 115; Serene One 105: Prince Beillro 118. Also Eligible, Royal Lady 113; Bel Revere xlOS; Lady Gallahad xU)2; Edgar B. 110; Daunllcss Gal 107; Shot To -Boot-• 112:- : ni2&6)-. Seventh Race — $1,000! ale. 4 yos up; 1 1-G miles. Alfhangrier 112; Firsl Mate 116; Calco 110; Brushwood Boy xlOS; Valdina Fop x!07; Fighling Mac 115; . Ksar of Audley 115 ; Impenetrable 115; Door-Yock xlOS. (9). Eighth Race — $1,000 ale. 4 yos 4 Teams in State AAU Semi-finals Little Rock, March 7 will be soldiers against soldiers and collegians against collegians in the semi-finas of the Arkansas Amateur Athelic Union men's basketball tournament here tonight. The Camp Chaffee Personnel Center will meet the Camp Robin' son All-Stars, and Ouachita college will battle Arkansas Tech. The four survived the quarterfinals last night, further narrowing the field of 30 starters on hand when the tournament got underway Monday. The service teams won last night by large scores from independent quintets while Tech and Ouachila emerged with narrower margins over collegiate oponcnts. The results last night: Tech 35, Arkansas Stale Teachers 29. Ouachila 45, Henderson 30. Camp Chaffcc G4; Fort Smith Boys Club 30. Robinson All-Stars 05, Lcwisville- arland Prides 42. Emmet Independents to Play Lewisville Friday 8, at Emmet The Emmet Independent boys team will meet the Lewisville Prides, in .a basketball game Friday night at Emmet, starting at 8 o'clock in the Emmcl high school The mariner's compass was introduced in Europe during the'. 1 1-G miles. Snazy .xllO; IP 118: Guante xllO; Miss xlOO; Thal-A-Ladyiio; . . ;uiu Lignt xliu; Walloon x!08;' Islo Peblo xi!3. (8). X-Apprenlice Allowance. Expert- Repair Work On all makes of cars ' Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. ANSWER: A small fish. SPORTS ROUNDUP -If look I FaOntM, Jr. style hard to fathom as a jigsaw puzzle with some of the pieces missing.". . . Who threw them words? Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. 'HALL'S HAT SHOP East 2nd St. Phon* 7t Alteration* Pressed While You Walt Personal Stationery^ Pastel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. for visiting coaches. Coach Lambert of the University of gaining with employers. And, j speak louching on the subjecl of assess-1 menls, cases are on rccn-d in I which workers who /undertook to \ resign from one of his unions and thought they had resigned according to their right as American citizens were required to pay as much as $500 years later for Ihe right lo work in closed shops, Ihis being Ihe bill for accumulaled dues and other obligations of membership from which they derived no benefit during that time. Aransas baselball team will 11 is common practice in some of his unions to "sell" stamps for Ihe legal "defense" of Communists and other individuals dangerous to the American government, forcing them on Ihe rank and file by coercive means, although Mr. Murray doubtless would classify these U. S. Plane to Pick Up 5 Newsmen Tientsin, March (i —(UP)— Marine headquarters announced lo night thai a U .S. plane had left for Chinchow, Manchuria, to pick up five correspondents. The correspondents were nol identified, and no explanation was given. Nine correspondents, including Reynolds Packard of the United the will produce a copy of SALESMAN TO WORK WITH ME. House to House. New Line. Home every night, $50 to $100. per week. No Investment. Write H.B. Morelock. Hope Roulo 2, Hope, A'-l'- ansas, the minutes of his national -maritime union in which, nolwilhstand- his statement that New York, March 7 — (#)— Housing problem: The House in which Frank Murray lived for nine years while coaching Virginia football was sold recently and Frank was notifeid lo move by July 1 . ..Frank couldn't find another house in Char- lollesville . . so he solved Ihe problem by moving all the way to Milwaukee. . . Of course, a juicy ;ive-year contract at Marquette may have had something lo do with it. . . Before reporting for duty at 3t. Bonaventure's last week, Hughie Devore toured the hard coal regions of Pennsylvania wilh Bob Nork, coach at Seton Hall rep, South Orange, N. J. . Hughie's "Bird Dog" formerly coached at Shenundoah, Pa., and supplied some good'material for Fordham and Notre Dame. . . Gil Dodds' new $1,600 board track at Wheaton, 111., college was buill from Ihc blueprints for the Madison Square Garden track. at its foolball stadium. . . Cornell also is planning press .box improve- nenls, including protection against foul weather — of which there is plenty al Ilhaca during Ihe foolball season. ria, had not been heard from save for a cryptic radio message saying "we're sick." Chinchow is near IIP his st'itomnnt lh'i( .,11 i.i^i,.; '"& " L ' "- "IUIV. \~llllli:jiuw JS IICUI' duals' may^h^'faiV'ti-iais^'joe S± cn ' on » railroad tmm Cha »2' , Curran, president, declared that a racketeer didn't need a trial. A racketeer in the Communist ideology which pervades this union is anyone who condemns Communism and in one conspicuous case a sail- NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 613 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hemstitching and make butlon holes. Buy, Sell and Exchange Machines. C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist. Phone 578R 7-lt or was set on the beach permanently for offering a resolution lo lhal effect in the union's national convention. These are a few imperfections of the many that Murray never mentions except to condemn their mention by others as labor baiting. The whole list sums up to a ruthless imposition on millions of nominally free Americans of a system of political and spiritual regimentation and a denial of fundamental Amer- Wonted! TELEPHONE POLES All Dimensions 16 to 70 Net Cosh Every Week RUFUS MARTIN PATMQS, ARK* ica rights through terroristic methods. Both Murray's C. I. O. and the A. F. of L. have adopted vigilante justice enforced by men who were loud in denunciation of the Ku Klux Klan and Hitlerism while Ihcy borrowed principles and practices from both. They have tried to sui)- pross criticism where they couldn't answer it and in judging Murray's true attitude toward thievery in its cruder forms you will search Ihe record in vain for any courageous move against the criminals who were his colleagues in the A. F. of L. ' MONEY TO LEND Easy Terms Home Institution See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Sayings & Loan Association Sports Before Your Eyes Andy Neidnig, who'll be an added starter in the Columbian milo Saturday, reported from Europe in January that he was ready for a 4:10 mile, but he lost some of lhal form when his return was delayed . All he or Lcs MacMitchell will have to do lo win Ihe Spellman trophy is to beat 4:07.3 . . . Bill Carr, 1932 Olympic 400 meter champion, plans to settle in H9iig Kong as representative of an insurance company now thai his lour of duly as u Navy lieutenant is over. . . Steve Trebotich, the Detroit Lions' blocking back, is undecided between a Lion offer and his west coast shoe business. . . Professional note: The U. of Georgia is plan ning to spend most of its $30,000 Oil Bowl chuck on building some new radio booths and improving Ihe press box and concessions slands Dept. Of Finer Prose An ilem from Ihe Australian News and information bureau says Vic Patrick, Aussie lightweight and welter champ, is described as having "the courage of two lions, the allop of a trip hammer and a ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize in all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing • Heating Phone 259 Hope, Ark. 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 Plants 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 COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD TRY Hope Mattress Co. For better work , at better prices—Old beds made new and new beds made too—We Call for and Deliver Anywhere One day service in town— Bargains in Secondhand Furniture ALL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 152 411 S. Hazel A Complete Line of .... CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS Put on by an Expert . . . R. N. Putman Washing & Greasing An Expert Mechanic ANTHONY SERVICE STATION Phone 1106 Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER REPAIR WORK Phone 382-J DR. H.T. SHULU VETERjNARIAN In practice in Texarkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Light Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliance* SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob llmore Auto Supply Phone 174 816 6. Main LOG'S Tourist Cafe-Court Featuring • Steaks • Fried Chicken • Barbecue «Flsh • Sandwiches "Soft Drinks' Open 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight Private Dining Room—Phone 222 Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loe City Limits. & SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 years without refilling. Doug /•MTY 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 Ses Us Fpi BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from selected {locks. Haidy, fasx- groweit. Low piic«, FEEDERS SUPPLY CQ, 4th and La. St» Phone 25

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