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1 S$- <5 i m -i Pago Four OPE STAR, HO PE, ARK AN S AS .^,;*8^<^WiS«>i^ Friday, March 8, 1946 ASSIFIED SiK» ' - Ads Ma|f Be In OHice Day Before Publication All Want Ads 4«Sh In Advance • Not Takf n Over the Phone Oft* ttm»". I!M«* . 2c wo<Bl minimum 38c 3l/jC wd?d. minimum ,SO« Six times . . On* month . . Sc word, minimum 7Sc He ward, minimum $2.70 Ratesrrare tor Continuous Insertions Only MOREQitoU TJBLL THE QUICKER YOU SELL" For Sale 1S34 CHEVROLET COUPE: PAIR , toncUtjfft- niso Good Fry Rod. Gentiv' ! Pnntini! Compiunp Phone 241. 123] \V. Front Street? * 6-3t 1929 CHJE^ROLET SEDAN. ALSO , /Sttlc lUn» Htmiphies Garage. Old Commiuatj Ice Company Biiild- . ing. t i 6-3t SMALL i > FARM. GOOD HOUSE electricity Bus and Rural route. ' , Good 'rood. B. C. Lewis. Hope ' , Route ',2. j G-3t BABY jaMo PERFECT CONDI- Ition. Bovs bicycle. Phone 659-W. 1012 Foster Ave. w . „„_. ...... B-3t trwo R0WJ CASE PLANTER. SE E Foy Ha&hmons. Hppe Auto Co. _ ji __j Ji ___ i __ _ __• !: 3t NEW HOtJSE. ACROSS STREET '• from 'high schodl, corner lot. '' paverrjdirt built {lj cabinets, full ,. bath equipment. Immediate oos sessioii,,,|Phone SB8-J after 5:30 *J>.m. i. fK 7-3t DESSES,- SIZES West 4th St. 7-3t SECOND tiAND S;.I5 and 16. 808 FlTVE ROOM BUNGALOW AND See Flo>d Portcrfield. t '••*• 7-6t Notice SEE IDEAL FURN1TURE.STORE lor better furniture and better bargains. Phone 476. • 14-lm INCOME TAX SERVICE. IF YOU have income tax troubles. I will be glad to help you. Do it now, avoid the rush in the last days. Charges reasonable. J. W. Strickland. 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. ........ - • . • 2-61 Fair Enough By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. 1st Round Play, State A Tournament SPORTS ROUNDUP •If Boofe S. FuUftrtttk Jt.- New Y'0&, March H —01')— Gooino Eaaiment, who moved up Jonesburo, Mai eh S!--(,Vt—Opening I from highest-hoi coaching ranks to round play continued today in the class A Arkansas high school bs- BLACK SPOTTED STEER HAS been taken up. Owner may have same by paying feed and ad. 4Vi miles on Columbus highway. Henry White. 7-31 DO YOUR OWN LAUNDRY. RENT « machine by the hour. Phone 646-J for appointment. Ill South Washington. 7-2w OF ALL peach,' I'ilpples and plum trees. Hempstcfad Nursery and Florist. "B. Highway 29. 7-2\v ,1 F r RD^TUDOR. GOOD i.tires. Motor \\; .good condition. "A sjoo'd i i .tmnyd Ford. Wylie. Co ;, ' 8-3t For Rent Services Offered T-,HAVE MY EQUIPMENT* TO plov/ your gardens and do haul' ing Joe Smith, ptione 3$0. , 28-6t THREE ROOM FURNISHED Apartment for light housekeeping. Apply Schoolev's Store. Phone 33-F-ll. Mrs. j.E. Schooley. 2-tf CLOSE IN. SMALL NICELY FUR-- nished apartment. Utilities paid. See Tom Carrel 111 West 3rd St. 6-lH 40 ACRES LAND. TWO ROOM house at Shover Springs See J. B. Beckworth. 8-3t Starting with a flat charge that ngents of the union square political line cunningly planted in editorial positions on Gl publications men \vno,-in civilian life, had been active in such propaganda. I have since then, step by step, endeavored to prove up by identifying individuals. My original statement was based nut only on my own observation but on' the word 'of a general of army intelligence who said the extreme left wing, including the Communists, early in the game schemed to place their friends on these GI papers so that they could disrupt discipline and impose on the GI's with propaganda. He made this statement before the disorders broke out. Readers of these dispatches may recall that John Lord, a staff writer on the people's world, of San Francisco, wrote a story in which he said that the American GI hated his own officers — all of them — much more than he ever hated the j Japs. The people's world is a Com-1 munist paper and the Communist • line at present calls for the dis- \ organization of American fighting : power and, in particular, for the incitation of rebellion against command by the GI's. The people's world described John Lord as a sergeant and said he had been "editor of the Mid-Pa- cifican, the second largest army newspaper in the world." published in Honolulu. The title of the story was "why soldiers hate officers. The people's' world also sairi that Lord later was editor of tho le Shima Daily News published at le | Shima under battle Conditions. | kt'tball tournament. The first round tilts were scheduled this morning between Pine BUUT and Magnolia, FayetU'villo and El Dorado. Junesburu and Oxford, and Beebc and Tcxarkana. Liltle llock, Van Buren, Forrest City and Russellvillo were advanced last night to the quarterfinals. All except Van Buren were winners of their respective district tourneys. Van Buren. runner up in its district and one of the .four teams invited to the state tournament, tonpk'd Cumden. which had won in its district and was runner- up to Little Roi-k 1'or the state conference crown. Tho score was 42 to 32. Van Huron led all the way though Camdon put on a last period rally to come at one time within seven points of tioing the score, which had boon 30 to 14 at the end of the third quarter. DoPriost I accounted for o!i of the winners' 42 with 17 points and West with lli I tallies. j In other games last night Little i Rock defeated Greenwood, (55 to ;2:i: Forrest City ousted Monticollo, i32 to 19, and Russellville swamped Paragould. 60 to 24. Guard Bobby Boggess of Little Rock was high scorer in the Tiger- Gieenwood tilt with 21 points. Paul ! Pugh of Russellville with Hi points, iand DeVasier of Forrest City with 113 were top scorers in the other I games. Winners in each of the tilts jlod throughout. j The quarterfinals are scheduled :'. to start this afternoon. (aki- charge' track sciwa'd he Ins been find out limv can riiii. of tho Manhattan this winter. says trying all season to fast Fred Sickingor Eastmont probably I won't find out tomorrow because Siokm.uer figures to boat Stan Cal- lador 'by the usual two strides in tho K. of C. 1,000-yard race. . . But by iH>>; ( . winter. Fred may be ready to nive I.es Mat-Mitchell a tussle over the mile route. . . The coach figures Fred "can run anything from (MM) yards to the mile in championship time.". . Mac- Mitchell has been winning the miles but his limes havcnt' excited the fans because Les hasn't learned yet to set a fast pace with no or|C to push him. . . But if Sickingcr pushes and Frank Frank Dixon comes say it year. back to pull — well, in Brooklyn: Wait till they next Jersey Justice Jersey Jones, the reformed fight publicit'or. takes issue with Jersey | Notre -- _---- , - ....... . . ... • -! j oc | by fonnor Notre Darner Join news, editorials and ;ulvorHso- nioiUsi" reports J. Jones, who handled tho press setup at Louis' Camp, "it wasn't at Pompton Lakes but at Locksvood back in l9:Ui. The first day Walcotl ran uackwards faster than Man O'War over ran forward and Louis couldn't catch him in one round. The second day Louis didn't waste time There were two thunderous uolonations. the first when Louis nailed Walcott on the chin, the sec ond when Jersey Joe hit the deck. The next bout will be Jersey vs. Jersey. Shorts and Shells Marine Pvt. Gabby Marok of Harvov, III., who won tho eastern Golden Gloves heavyweight title for \Jacksonvillo. Kin., says ho won't turn pro when ho is discharged in August but will go to college and play football. . . Cleaning the Cuff Report from, Camp LoJoune, N. C.. savs tho crack Marino basketball team there will enter Dame as a unit next fall. Its Walcott's story about flooring Louis in "in tho training interest camp brawls of truth tin Kelly, who games. . . scored 63S) points in sn Real Estate for Sale ONE BLACK SADDLE STALLION, one Missouri Jack, black with white nose. For .service. E. D. . ~*. Downs, Bodcaw, "Ark. 6-2w I ~ — „ —• 1 ^ ~ 1 THREE INVESTMENTS . PROPERTY close in. Five • lots and four houses, just west of North Wash- Ington St. all houses rented. All j utilites available. Will sell all I for $2250.00 on terms. C. B. Ty- ! ler. 7 - 3t son., commander of the army in , the Mid-Pacific, states that Lord never was editor of the Mid-Pa- citican but was. for a time, a rewrite man on the paper, without executive authority ardson states that number of aliases 'moved from the Mil in Feb. 1945. a . General Rich- Lord "lias a He was re- i staff ,n nn p , , n i s tv,°P ,• „..," Wanted to Rent FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED apartrttent wtih " two • bedrooms. Dr. A.'L. Hardage, Phone 1071. ' ' 7-3t ROOM HOUSE WITH ostensibly picked at random Fish Bait ' bath, Small house in rear has two baths. Hot water Heater. Deep Water Well, Electric pump, large storage tank and Septic system. This is ideal location for Tourist Court. 5 acres on Highway No. 67. one miles east of Hope, near overpass, with 500 feet highway frontage. See C. G. 1 obviously hand-picked, as the of the inquiring reporter. Whether it is true that he later worked his way into the editorship of the le Shima Daily News, I do not yet know. If he did, that fact would tend to verify my original charge. u Tnay be stated further that the iw to Start Spring Training, Mon. .' Little Rock. March 8.—(UF> — Pruripi'Cts were bright Cor the j Little Rock Travelers today as they prepared to begin spriny trainin" Monday with more than GO players" in line for duty. ' Manager Willis Hudlin would not commit himself on the 10-Ki Travel er outlook, saying only that "how well we will do depends on what tht other clubs have." He would admit that his team looked better on paper than last year's, but that [could hardly be considered ootim Hot Sprint's. Ark.. Tvlarch 8 — i.-Pi— i'is'" sil ^ c ho tensely described the Renewal of" the duel between Carl j '«-*••> ° mllt :IS "lousy. Graham's Marltown and Mrs. D. C. Hudlin is beginning his third Branham's Another .Night held at-[year as a pilot at Little RocK Mention of Oaklawn Park racing [where \\c won a pennant in 1942 it'ans today in the limited field of ['and then dropped down lo last !four-year-olds and up entered in'place in 19-15. He apparently is dc ithe featured six-furlong allowance ' termined to make a fight ior this (sixth race. i year's pennant. He lias purchased Marltown won three races at '(.noisome ciass AA baseball players to j Fall meeting here and was winner team with what good performers he 'of one event nt the current session i had. and he docsn t seem to wor 'in which Another Night finished ! ried over prospects. I third. The Granham "fielding will' Piobably the brightest spot on i carry 11 pounds in today's canter '• the Ti aveler horizon is the outfield. Political Announcements The Stnr is authorized to announce the; following as candidates subject to the action of tho Democratic primary elections this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKKTT_ Hcmpstcad County For Sheriff & Collector T1LMAN BEARDION J. W. (SON) JONES For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER Mrs. Branham's mare NEED 'MINNOWS SEE CLAR- ence Weakley at T101 West 7th St. ;, . ' S 8-st GOLD BBiACELE'E; BETWEEN high school snij John P. Cox ' drug Store. Return to Maxine Bpwden^j Phone 3,036-J. 7-3t 50,000 Rlyrs TO KIJJL WITH GILLS rat kilter. Harjjiless to any- vthjng but rats and mice. Guaranteed. Feeders Supply Co. 28-3w A FORD. (TRACTOR WITH . OR without, fequinmeftt. Will buy or trade uTohn i-ieeis* model B with or without equipment. A. B. Enoch; Rt. 4 Prejcott. 7-6t WELL EDUCATED LOCAL MAN or wofricfo to eai'H $100 per weelo during' feummer months. Full or part Urn^e. D. \£ Hall, District • Mgr B,QX 141 Hot Springs, Ark. 7-3t Cooper, on Spring Hill road, next | Mid-Pacific command has made a door to Melrose Church, or Write ! rarcful 'nquiry into the rec-r.:-d of 'same General Delivery, Camden s St- David Livingston, a leader of Arkansas. " 8-3t i Ule ''.ecent demonstrations in Hono_- .- . |lulu who was "selected" by an DO NOT LAY HARD-EARNED I or°nnized "spontaneous" rally of dollars on the barrel head of soldiers to go to Washington to ex- chance. The danger is real. Losses may be heavy. Title Insurance makes protection complete. See C. B. Tyler about Real Estate Title Insurance. Office 119 Cotton Row. 8-3t Lindsey i ' ' Veazcv, 1 L : FOR NICE BUILDINGS LOTS ON West Fourth. South Hamilton and West Seventh Streets. See C. B. Tyler, 119 Cotton Row. 8-3t REAL ESTATE FOR SALE TWO GOOD HOUSES, BARN, deep well, three acres land. 4\-2 miles east of Hope near Paved highway. $1800. C.B. Tyler. 8-3t Wanted to Buy press soldier grievances to a com- ujiuee or Uio oenale. His activities now arc being watched carefully. Since the rally in Honolulu, an article has been published in the union voice, the official paper of local 65 of the retail and wholesale workers union of the C.I.O. of which David Livingston is president. This union is extreme left wing in its politics. Discussing the Honolulu disorders, the article written by Sgt. has | where Loo Nannenkamp. I been assigned 113 pounds. The • Deal, and either Norman v <..<,,, u .,, , . i weights are the same they carried ; Howard Roberts or Joe Gonzalesj}., ii'i their last encounter. D. and R r |will perform.' All are proven South ;..,,' Mavigliano's Rosemcre Chief, who jjern Leaguers. 'finished fourth to Marltown in the I-.', Nonnekamp. the league's most ! previous race, also is expected to 'ryaluablc player in 19M7 as a mem , s;. u .,, no figure in the competition . _ !,b t -,- O f Little'- Rock's second South i^ OS( r niu . Oaklawn Entries for Saturday OAKLAWN ENTRIES First Race — SI. 100 mdn. S yos (i furs; Overseas 113: Export 11(1 Whiohtack 111'.: Infinotto 1IR; Burg Mori 11.".; Midhv xllH: Kxccllenc xlKi; Manda's First 11H: Chance Dance 11H: Can't Swoop x!08 Prince Snow UK: Buck Sorgean 118. Also Eligible, Aloka Lad 118: Blak Jade xl!3: Sixty's Thirc xIKi; Lady Nanette 113: Westy Hill xll3; Auditor lOfi:. il'J()>. Second race — SI.100 ale. 4 yos Urn: li lurs. Boln Grav 105: Park i Heights 115: Sun Ivy 107: Eva Lillian 105; Marcap 107; Difficult 10H: iTwo Score 110: Wheat 112: Ten- 1 sloop 110: F.ver Flying x 113: Ebony ii;; r i • ii 1 '- Raby Snuff xlOfi. (12>. ! Third Race — SI.100 drug. 3 yos: :f> furs. Vinita General 11^; Mnke It .Easy 1U!; Carlasuo .H0!i; Prairie ; Klowoi- 107; Comolately xlOn; Be lOone xllO: Stage Liuhl \102; Ports Bov 100; Miss Pebble xlOfi. i9i. i Fourth Race ~- SI. 100 ale. 4 yos iup; (i furs. Do Sola xllO; Shaku ISir 115; Mr. X lit); Ste Francos |xl05; Bellsbora xlOn: Ackwell 11(1: i Weeping x!03: Second Love 113: ' Whyso 11 : Mordocai xl07: Looks i Easy 110; Top B,.ok 107. M2>. ' Fifth Race — SI.100 ale. 4 yos i up: 1 1-fi miles. Military Girl 113; jTipcat xllO; Derivative 118; Owen For County Treasurer MRS. ISABKLLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SWELL A. BURKE 118: O'Ted xlOll: (Jtiecn \10IJ; a-Marco B. Good xllO; cara I'ilata xlOli; Speedy 110. Ui>. A-l-'ausetl Cabanias. X-Apprentice Allowances. Basketball Scores Eclu a-Ta Josic By The Associated Press EAST Allegheny 45; St. Vincent 3U. Valley Forge General hospital 44; Albright 42. City College Now York 49; New York University 44. SOUTH Old Dominion Rebels (Roanoke, Va.i 07 Oceana Naval Air Station M). race, also is expected the competition . Others in the field held in high I,,,.,, Association championship regard are H. H. Hangs Shot lo j tcaln , was purchased from the Now Boot, already winner ol two races .York Yankees. He last played for here White xHU!; Time To Play 115; Whip- xllO; Darby Demon 11!',; Toy >p HOiCrucible xllfl; Must Go xllO. (10). Sixth Race — SI. 100 ale. 4 .yos up; 1 mile 70 yds. Swift Legion 112; '.12; Tough Target 116; 101!; Gainer 112: Sherlock Arkansas AAU BASKETBAL tour ney < semi-finals) Camp Robinson All - Star 4'J; Camp Chaffeo Personnel Center 44. Arkansas Tech 52: Ouaehita 42. MIDWEST Chicago Naval Armory 59; Tower Halt Shore Patrol i.Chicagoi 48. Augsburg (Minneapolis i 51; Gustavus Adol'phus 42. DC Paul (Chicago) fi7; Bradley Tech 415. Croighton 40: Tulsa 39. AR WEST Seventh Service Command tournament i Fort Warren, Wyo). Jefferson Barracks (Mo.) , r >;i; Fort Riloy (Kas.) 43. Camp Ciowdor iMo.i 4(1; Logan i Colo, i 42. Fort Snelling (Minn.i 45; Loavenworth (Kas.) 39. Fort Warren 72; O'Reilly General Hospital 54. Camp Robinson Arkansas Tech in Finals By CARL BELL Littlo Hock. March ll --(/I'l—Thi; favored Camp Robinson AllStars and Arkansas Tech's Wonder Hoys will square oti' hero Umiuhl for the Slate Amateur Athletic Union basketball crown, but to all out ward appearances the title tilt shpacs up as an anticlimax lo last night's scoring .semifinal bat tics. Those seesaw scraps, by .far the best of the wei'kokl tournament, saw Tech, a surprise finalist, spill Ouachita's Tigers, 5241!, and Camp Robinson nip the Camp Chaffce Personnel Corner, 4S144. Both game.-; were more hotly coll tested than the narrow margins in dicale. The lopsoodod AllSlnrs, with their captain, Johnny Logan, off his usual scoring form, had lo stage a Frank Merriwoll finish lo win. Chaffoe, led by .six-foot, six-inch Doug Lynn, former Oklahoma Y. eager, spoiled the AllStars a 70 lead in the opening minutes but overtook and passed the Robinson quintet by tho end of the first quarter. ChniTee led 2524 at half time and 423U at the end of the third period. Poloncy/.k. high scorer with 2M points, Balliott and Logan found their range at the outset of the final quarter to shove the All Stars into a load they never re linquished. Although they led most of the way. the Wonder Hoys had a score of close calls before pulling away to a safe load over Ouaehita in the closing minutes. The Tigers threat onod constantly and until the last two minutes Tech never led by more than six points. Tho winer of tonight's soitri will be eligible to enter the National AAU uribble derby ;\t Denver. Fort Fort races against lesser opposition; '-Kjmsas city before entering scrv Spot farm's Nod and Mrs. f ce Nonnenkamp has been lagged W. J. McClure's Remembering lg y Memphis Manager Doc Prothro Wagon Boss, owned by Reynold s hs s ono o£ tlle two best centerfield brothers of Fort Worth, took the $ ls he ever managed. ,,-... , I'jJ Deal was purchased irotri Louis ~~ " ~ " Ivillc where he hit ."375 in 75 games Hitler were then allies, 'itic next year Lowcry was elected president on ELECTRIC OR GAS REFRIGERA- tor and a typewriter. Call Mrs. Greene Phone 114-W. 8-31 Wan ted-to Buy IF"\ «••* • * I WANT TO BUY?k 1940-41 OR'42 model JTord or Chevrolet. Buck Williams, 106 South Walnut Street Phone 660. x 17-tf JONES M|YTAG SALES A SERVICE ll For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES Phoh0'209 304 East 2nd For ELECTRIC SERVICE * Day Phone 413 i';.-:-; ' '''t'V ; . .„•-: • Night Phone 1015-J We Specialize in MQ;TOR REWINDING BARWICK'S Electric Service 'l14 E,,:Third St. Hope, Ark Wanted to Rent BEDROOM. CLOSE TO BUSINESS district. Miss Christene Vann. employed at S.P.G. Phone 75?. 8-3t Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bids will be received until ten o'clock A. M., Central Standard Time, March 20, 1946. in tht Mayor's office at the City Hal!, Hope, Arkansas, for furnishing the following items for the Hope Water & Light Plant, f. o. b. Hope, Ar kansas: 1. One one-inch Flow Indicator similar and oquP 1 f " £!""=•"••• Indicator No. 30-F, bronze 2. 3. 4. li'St season. He last played in ihe league in 1944 when he led the i loop in ruins batted in while with Atlanta. Deal also was a member of the 1937 championship travelers. Hudlin considers his second base combination one of the- Uosl in baseball with Fred anti-Communist platform David Livingston said: "the clem-land Pettus was relieved, onstrations were touched off at I Ken Pettus is a brother of Tery least partly by the fear that Amen- i Peltus. of Seattle, identified by the can It oops were being kept in the Dies Committee as editor and an army to perform functions which I incorporator of the New World, | minor league would split us off from our Allies." I published by the Fix-as Press Pub-i die Hancock at jnprtstop and last In this connection it is fair to lishing Conrrany, of Seattle. The speculate as to which ally would Dies Committee's official report be offended by the maintenance of to Congress charged that the New American fighting strength and the! World was an organ of Communist occupation of Pacific defenses. Cer-' propaganda and gave citations tainly Britain would not be offended i which, in the view ot but the reduction of American Hoc, identified Terry 112: Tenebrose 118; So Proudly xlOO; Brown Mate !12; Sun Galla- had xlOfi; Free SiKH-ch x!07. (11). A-Ellens & Leslie Entry. Seventh Race Sl.HOO Ale. "The Arliiurton Hotel" 4 ye>s up; 1 1-6 mi. Baby Gold 112; Impenetrable 112: Quatrej Call 113; Corydon x!07; Aluinonl 115; Clover Brand x!08. (Gi. Eighth Race — SI. 100 ale. 4 yos jup; 1 1-.0 miles. Son Wolf 113; Columbus Day xllO; Jack Vennie CATASTROPHE Sacramento, Calif., March G —(/I 1 ) — Because his coffee was hot, Frank Taylor, 49, wound up in emergency hospital lor lacerations of his right ear and lower lip. This is how it happened: Taylor's coffee was so hot he choked. His false teeth turned crosswise in his mouth and cut his lip. Unnevrod he fell off his chair, struck his head against the table and cut his ear. •gear's AllStar Bobby Mavis at Second. Hancock was a member of 4he 1942. Travelers. • The Peb pilot will have a wide selection of players from which to the commit-i select his infield, but Mavis, Han Pettus as ajcock, third baseman Clay Clarke with the sympathizer movement. Hugh De Lacey, from the state of listed as president Press Publislvng nipples, one to 300 Ibs. Monel boiler each Apportioning valve, one each One (I) I'-fi" dia. x 3'-0" x 4'-4" horizontal flash tank complete with controls. Complete specifications may be obtained from Chas. O. Thomas, Sunt., Hope Water & Light Plant. The right is reserved to reject ', — any or all bids and to accept the bid which is to the best interest of the City of Hope. BOARn OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS Albert Graves, Mayor Chas. C. Spragins Guy E. Basye March 3- 15 strength would in no way displease Soviet Russia. Now we return to the case of Sgt. Ken Pettus, managing editor of the Stars and Stripes in Tokyo who recently was relieved and ordered to Okinawa following "a negative report on a loyalty check." When that order came through 11 other members of the staff protested to General MacArthur. Sgt. Ken Pettus was identified as a reporter in civil life in Tacoma, Wash. In 1940. Ken Pettus was editor of the Timer Worker, the official paper of the International Wood vVorKcrs of America of the C.I.O. During the 1940 convention of that union, the late Worth Lowerv, then » ~vice-president and later president. I war S.d'iO miles away;" and a cnartjea trial, under Pettus, the! signer of a demand lor Ihe release paper had losl many readers be-! of Karl Browder, then ehiel ot the cause il carried "propaganda out-I American Communists, wno was in side the problems of Ihe union " 1'ji'i.son for a passpoit fraud. How As an'example he referVed to pub-ikon Pettus became managin:' eeli- licily given a peace mobilization in tor of ilie Stars and oinpes 111 Chicago during the period when j ToKyo. 1 clo not know but I sub- tile American Communists were i mil that the foregoing also tends opposing the draft and all prepa'ra-lto prove my original charge ol in- I lions for defense because Stalin and ! filtration in the Gl press. Communist land veteran first baseman Art Ma |nan appear lo have Iho inside a congressman, | track. Clarke led the American Washington, is i Association in batting two years of the Free i ago. 'o. and further i Litlle Rock is suffering an acute pericnccd receiver since Hotly Boger and Andres Pascual have been sold and released. However, 21ycaruld Duke Doolittle. a star in" 1944, mav be discharged in time to give Hudlin a lift. references in the Dies report state: ! shortage of pitchers and catchers. That De Lacey was formerly ajThe Rocks are without an ex member of t h e Seattle City Council: resident of the American Committee of the foreign born, described ;is a Communist iron!; an officer of the American Peace Mo- bilizalion. similarly described. BUTANE SYSTEMS Plumbing Fixtures Plumbing Repairs HARRY W. SHIVER Plumbing Phone 259 Heating Hope, Ark. ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize in all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. re six furlong allowance' race i yesterday by defeating seven other i ihrue-ycar-old Arkansas derby eli- !• gibles'lo pay $6.70. With J. J. Scon. iza up, Wagon Boss took an early . '"lead and was never threatened, ance; a sU-ncr of a proclamation j fj n j s hj n « two and a half lengths in in 1041, .shortly before Hitler at- [ ront O f A. Angclos 1 Espiritu. W. H. • ackcrl Russia* accusing President Bishop's Dick Stickney was third. Roosevelt of ••dragging us into a j which opposes American prepared- . iness during the Hitler-Stalin alii- h COMPLETE BUTANE SERVICE Wanda Butane Co. Phone 370 Hope, Ark. 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 41 IS. Hazel 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, Sjnger Dist. Phone 578R MARTIN AUCTION SALE The following buildings of C. C. C. Camp located on Highway 79, 2 miles North of Magnolia, Arkansas will be sold at public auction at 1:30 P. M. Monday, March "18, 1946: No. T15—Office Ceiled 48x20 ft. pine floor. No. T14—Warehouse L shaped 48x51 and 27x14 ft. not ceiled, pine floor No. T13—Garage 30x50 ft. not ceiled, concrete floor No. T12—Bath house, concrete floor, 76x20 ft. No. T9—Storage 59x22 ft. pine floor No. T4—Technical quarters 60x20 ft., ceiled with partitions, pine floor NO. T5—Woodshop 18x70 ft. pine floor in one end No. Tl—Staff Residence 22x58 ft. ceiled with partitions, pine floor Np. T2—Office 22x74 ft. ceiled overhead and walls, pine floor No. T8—Kitchen and mess hall, T shaped 100x20 and 32x48 ft., partly ceiled, pine floor No. T7—Office, ceiled, 20x24 ft., pine floor No. T3—Oil House, 10x10 ft., concrete floor No. T10—Barracks, 76x20 ft., pine floor No. Til—Barracks, 76x20 ft., pine floor All buildings are one story with composition roll roofing. All bids ore for cash and buildings must be moved within 6 months of purchase. DATE: March 18 TIME: 1:30 P. M. PLACE: A & M College, Highway 79, Magnolia, Arkansas For further information call or wrirc J. E. Cleaver, Business Manager, A. and M. College, Magnolia, Arkansas Easy Terms Home Institution See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Savings .:•;-,., Association 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 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. SHULL VETERINARIAN In practice in Texurkana TEXAS CITY HALL Phone 140 or 1490-J Motor Repairs—Ulght Fixtures Hope Appliance Co. 214 East 3rd St. PHONE 613 Appliance Repairs—Appliance* SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main Expert Repair Work On nil makes of cars Phone 1118 BARNEY GAINES GARAGE 213 South Elm St. Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP East 2nd St. Phona 7« Alterations Pressed While You Walt Personal Stationery Pnstel Colors A Complete line Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court Steaks • Barbecue Sandwiches Featuring • Fried Chicken • Fish • Soft Drinks Open 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight Private Dining Room—Phone 222 Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Loc City Limits & Highway 67 West SEE US FOR REYNOLDS THE PEN The miracle Pen that will ITevolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 years without relilling. Doug /"MTV Carl Bacon \^\ 1 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. Cussidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark. Arkansas Bank Building ft«sferjrH»,K»«w^^^^ HOPE STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS OUT Sea Us Foi BABY CHICKS You'll like our quality chicks, hatched right from selected (locks. Hardy, (ast- growers. Low pries. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th and La. Sts County, Tuesday, March 19th Your Chance Has Come at Last to Vote Beer, Whiskey, Wine, Etc., Out of Hempstead County! Be sure to Remember the Date-TUESDAY, MARCH 19! Be sure to Vote; Phone Others to GO AND VOTE DRY! Use your car in Taking Dry Voters to the Polk Don't Fail! Pray Earnestly and Work Hard! Liquor "Revenue" Argument — m ttgef 1 ARKANSAS' beer, whiskey-wine bill in 1945 was $49,461,000 — $24.73 per man, woman and child. ON THAT BASIS, Hempstead County's bcer-whiskey-winc bill in 1945 would beB IN ADDITION, it is estimated that AUTO accidents CAUSED BY LIQUORS COST ARKANSAS $2,394,000 in 1945. Thai was $1.19 per capita. ON THAT BASIS Hempstead County's AUTO accident bill in 1945, CHARGEABLE TO LIQUORS, would be 8 IN ADDITION, it is estimated that CRIME caused by liquors COST ARKANSAS, EACH YEAR $30,700,000. ON THAT BASIS, Hempstead County's crime bill in 1945 CHARGEABLE TO LIQUORS, would be . . g TOTAL COST TO HEMPSTEAD COUNTY ON THAT BASIS ARKANSAS' "REVENUE" FROM all liquors in 1945, was $4.831,000. That was $241 per capila, (per person for each man, woman and child). ON THAT BASIS, Hempstead County "Revenge" from all liquors would have been a EACH $1 OVE $17.00 IF YOU VOTE FOR LIQUOR ....Who Is Going To Drink It?.... The Liquor traffic MUST have ever-increasing thousands of BOYS and GIRLS as NEW drinkers EVERY year to take the place of those dying from alcoholism. Some men claim they do not drink but will vote for liquor "so the other fellow can have it." WHO IS THIS OTHER FELLOW? Is he your SON . . . your DAUGHTER ... the MAN who marries your daughter ... the hired HELP .. .the BUS DRIVER ... the friend who is driving the car in which you are riding? Remember, friends, if you vote to keep liquor in Hempstead County, SOMEBODY MUST DRINK IT if the promoters of that racket can continue to make money. BE FAIR TO YOURSELF AND YOUR FELLOWMAN! VOTE DRY FOR HIS SAKE! Save This Page it Shows You How to Be Sure You Understand How to Vote Scratch Out the Conditions Greatly improved Where Liquors Are Voted Out! FROM HARDIN COUNTY, KENTUCKY: "Arrests from all causes arising from drinking have been almost eliminated." An Army officer said he "could hardly believe this was the same town." (Elizabethrown, Kentucky.) FROM COLUMBIA COUNTY, ARKANSAS: "In 1943 ... the county had seven murder cases ... all attributed to intoxication" The County voted DRY late in 1943 and liquor sales stopped in January, 1944. During 1944 there was "only one murder case, and that not from intoxication." FROM LAWRENCE COUNTY, ARKANSAS: "Soon after that County voted DRY this report came: "Already we can see a VAST IMPROVEMENT here. Even some who were on the WET side are admitting that it is better since the County voted DRY." REPORTS similar to these come from other places in Arkansas and from other States. on your Ballot KEEP THIS IN MIND AS YOU VOTE: Liquors (beer, whiskey, wine, etc.) destroy health, homes, lives and souls. "NO DRUNKARD SHALL ENTER THE KINGDOM OF GOD." ABOVE ALL ECONOMIC LOSS IS THE MORAL and SPIRITUAL LOSS, which CANNOT BE CALCULATED. When you vote, LET YOUR CHRISTIAN CONSCIENCE GUIDE YOU. • •But Not By My Vote-• Men may get strong drink, and men may sell liquor, but NOT BY MY VOTE Truth may be wrecked and character corrupted; homes may be destroyed and women and children may suffer, but NOT BY MY VOTE Children may be caught up in the saloon snare and given an appetite for alcohol; they may fill our jails, almshouses and insane houses, but NOT BY MY VOTE The saloon may degrade and impoverish the people, producing idleness, disease, pauperism; it may breed anarchy and crime, but NOT BY MY VOTE The government may license the drink trfiffic and bargain away the public" health and public morals, and even the souls of men and women and young people, but NOT BY MY VOTE The liquor traffic may corrupt the social and political life of the Nation; it may worm its way into all business, and even into the sacred precincts of the home and the church, but NOT BY MY VOTE The bells may toll the death-knell of a human slain by ruin every five minutes of the day, but NOT BY MY VOTE BE SURE TO VOTE DRY ON TUESDAY, MARCH 19th! MARK YOUR BALLOT AS FOLLOWS5 jfn* Ciir Ar JMisMWif ITIMI* • miiAftf \/*\ •jMiTLSfl ft^i vfOvSiTifv L)ft£ijvmr HEAR Rev. Fred White, Pastor of Baptist Church at Prescott, Arkansas speaking in the interest of this campaign at the BAPTIST CHURCH in PATMOS, Arkansas Sunday, March 10, 3 P.M. ACTURE OR SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS TY DRYS HEAR Mr. C. C. Coulter, Superintendent of the Arkansas Ant) Saloon League Speaking in the interest of a DRY HEMPSTEAD COUNTY at the METHODIST CHURCH at SPRING HILL Tuesday/March 12, 7:30 P, M, —Paid Political Adv. ^^^4^:;^^-^

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