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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 12, 1946
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HOPE STAft, By Chick Young BEEN 30 KIND ; WANT TO W SOU A PRESENT t A'POQS? MAM A *> , SANDW!O« MODEST MAIDENS Trademark H>jisk'reJ U. S. rwfnt Oflioe By Galbraith Side Glances — ——-^^^^^—••••^^^^^^^^••"^^••^Mi^^BB^^^H^^B^MBMBB V*^*'^'^y^ ) Wfr'«Mh#r^"^*3*»IWie«<~»r^ta 1 ' . < ' , ) * ' l t , 3 ' t .."*>* , M2 MIOHCUIJV, I''6uH (l "''- Phro.ne trhn. c r.UNG ilem -i ' ' l . GOOD SEPARATOR cook stove. See COPR. 19« BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. K "And what did you say to the sergeant when he asked L' • yo'u to do the dishes, dear?!' By Hershberger yo.u «.* ?unny Business "Gcc whiz! You mean I gotta wear this suit out before yon let me buy civvies?!" Freckles and His Friends By Blosser ___, COHL.IMt jyjiiA StUVICt. INC. T. M. DCS. U. S. OOK/ WE'S DECORATED HIS COASTcE. TO MAKE A MOM.<EV OUTfA ME / • • ••" ~ - - — --» I DON'T MlMD LETTIM' HIM LICK ME. AS LOMO AS VOU PAV ME A BUCK FOE. LAW OWM.'— BUT Ive GOT MY PRIDE .' AND IF HE ADVERTISES HIS VICTORIES OVER ME. I'M GONMA UP N\V PRICE SO CEMTS / L,?' i' r "' M "Never mind getting out of the Ivb, lady—our bathtiib plumbincsuccialist will hp. over in'a iiffvl" Popeye HECTOR.. CANJ'T VOU ON THE CHIN). AMD TAKE IT OUT IN TRADE? Thimble Theater GETS WORRIED .N SUSAN WILL KILL) YOU SOONL Out Our Way By J. R. Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople \ / I COULD STAND \ GIVB ' VOUR VELLIMG FOE. A BAR. OF SOAP \ BETTER. THAN THAT ' ATHLETIC H1MTIMO THAT THE SOAP IS SMALL AMD THIM.' I'M GONiNiA* FOLI5 \ / CELLAR THIS ENiTlGE DUIUP OP J A CEOCX MAS POTTHel/ EA&y,SPORT/rTUPC[ RE/l\INSDS „ -HOi-i M.V MOOSE /-~~\\ MAN'S t H& AWc — l SAW 'ETEV'S M.V PAL—— IF jJ. I MET A, CHUM N, > A CAT l LIKE A ROAD TODAV, AMD HE LOOKED • - / "DlSCOSSlMG \ \ A6 GOILTV •'( THE IMPORTED \;} AS A rv. s--x;ss v'/BAR.TENii: / CHBES& . !•''*> \M\Trt A, , (/SiTUATiO.vif j / CREAKV OPE, ARKANSAS Tuesday, Mtlrftfi 1ft; , THERS'S OUR Y COME ON, LET'S Y : MAN, GROWL— ) KNOCK THEMOFP. K AND IT'S EXACT- lir'U BC A PLEASURE LY 2:30 A.M. A. TO PINCH THAT 8 saw Scarr taks a peek at his watch. He looked happy, and I knew why. ALL FLINT, I GUESS YOU HAVE AT THAT. r'M RIGHT BEHIND YOU IF -i HE GETS > \JOUGH. f TWO-THIRTY. I ' FEEL LIKE A LltTLE CELEBRATION.HOW ABOUT A BOTTLE OF CHAMPA-- PARD DOVOU IF t COf THE NEWS. I'VE GOT REASONS RO0OILVi JULKIE MAKES ON'.l EFFOKT TO &ET TO HIS FEET, gUT.... WHERE VdlJ'Ve X IcAN HA RPW REALIZE WE 7 J HAP US ALU\ FREE OF HIM PUZZLEP ABOUT VAT THAT FOR \& MUST TELL VEARS, JULKIE! w TURN ABOUT THIMK THAT 3OOF VV0ULP REALIZE WE HAVE MOI3E "SERICUS BUSINE5?.- DOESN'T HE KNOW WE'RE TI?YING TO LOCATE gLINKIE WHO A\E?...I HEARD THAT cTfS-VTK MISTER/ I KNO\V BUNKIE'S LOST---BUT WKSRE? IN A FOG BAN< LOOKING A LOST TfORCAt VALLEV IN THt>E PAST5 I TELL yOU THEEE AIN'T NO SUCH PLACE, IT'S JUST NATIVE LEGEND —OH,OH/..ESKIE'S OUT OF IT, HERE \S'E GO A3AIN ME KNOW WHERE THAT . PLACE V'AASAN THAT'S \ YEAH, SEE.\\5 THAT SUIi\A CHANCS ) ESKIMO HE'S FLVlNo ---HOSSiNG- S IS, Tf?lED TJ PACK THE AIR, AS ) OUT OF A CATE WITH Trig DENTIST/ THIS TIME I' OUT T 1 GET AM EAGLE TW - I'V= SO UP OSJ TH' HILL I'D LIKE TO IMVITE TO '-.' P'NA MIMP, SI\TV.-' 7^AT SCIENCE TrOH.StS^ CHAP, DC. WONML'S. \ / WA<M'T H<= OH.S-55, HE'S. OKAV.' K SEEMS HE'S SOMEKIWPOFA . BJT v PORBGMER. , AMD THEV. \veuLnj( HAVE - IM ... IT LIKE T' KILLEP • EP, H£ WAS r,;2Z TO MEET 00?-Hc CAV1H I,V ON THE PUA.VE WITH sou.' P, DC. \VO\MUG, \ / WA-SW'T HIS C8OWP... ] AT TH HT NICE FOLkS / AlRPOE WASM'T H E ARMED FORCES? OLO OOP .TOO, BUT HE T / POME HIS PART, POW'T VOJ FORGET IT/ SOOK) (XVV ft^OOVi'O '."Wt f XtVOS. IT'S POWERFUL ' STUFF/ I WUZ AFRAID YE WUZ AGOWWA TAKE IT TWEW THROW YER3ELF IKI TH' OCEAUf ^ T ^?^°, l V T1N jflvH E VV/ YE LOOK' 5OETA UUHAPPv: MISTER-AW J SEE ., VE.VE GOT A LITTLE B01TLE/ F^GUfJE W i-\URDER GIAC COVEfJSALOTQP TERRITORY/ WILL B£ SOLVED TiLL WE Fl.-OD V.A1 STOL !E1, SHERIFF.' HID 1HA1 LOOT 11^ THE ICE KFORE H ENiT TO Rntes "THE MORE Ono month se wordi mll)imum 7Sc i8c word, minimum $i,70 For Sale 7-Ot . urn trees, '•sc-ry and Florist. 11-31 Real Estate for Sale and t $3500. " o cill limits. LiRius Sco Hiley Lewnllen. 9-31 NICK POUR ROOM HOUSE WITH ' ciinvenionces nine loU o just outside city limits. Call 1052! 12-31 IJOUSK ON NORTH 12-31 Notice 1DKAL' FURNITURE STORF {or heller furniture and belter bargains. Phone 476 ,| }" INCOME TAX SERVICE. IF YOU have income lax troubles I will be gad lo help you. Do i now avoid the rush in the las days' Charges rcasonnlSc. J. W. strlckl fti , , Rilcy Lewnllen. TWO " ness, John good cultivator, and a o other form tools, can " one Iwn horso clise, one Deere middle busier one ntl ' m | " be seen St.. HOPE, ARKANSAS Enough By Wesfbrook Pegler „ „, Copyright, 1946 By King Features Syndicate. Tn crilicistn of the American owners of small homes, mansions farms, estates, village stores and other properly who are unwilling lo surrender their lawful possessions lo the UNO, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt writes that if she had Duen in a like situation, "no personal consideration" would have outwcighled the possibility of help- ng to establish the United Nations. Ihis organization may save our country and others from lh«> kind of human misery which another war must inevitably bring," she " Kentucky Is Favored for Cage Title By Dick Turner idded, "and for that rifice is to great." , end no sac- Fish Bait GOLH; FISH. "sEF, 'AT" BUNDY'S Service Station. East Third si MINNOWS FOR DO YOUR OWN LAUNnUY 'liKNT Ji machine by the hour.' Phone J^j^- o app^« m Soi^h Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FTJRNI- turo, one piece or more Any .'imount. What have yo ^ton. c » bb Keerie ond Sikoronski Top Jockeys T-,1 ' Ltt ' ' Phone i-onski ll-lm ,,f . -. 'SMALL CASfl REOISTEl! WO Bcene, phone 1034. i'.^| Hot Springs, Ark.. March 11—f/p) Hnro.d Keene and Anthony Sko- h iille. one as tlie' result ..... and the othfr under sus- lor richng honors at Oaklnwn Park pension, remained in a virlual lie Wanted 50,000 RATS TO KILL WITH Gil LS ral killer. Harmless to ; U iv- thing but rat's and mice. Guariih- 1eod. Feeders Supply Co. 28-Hw A FORD T R A CTO R WITH ~ OR without eriuinmenl. Will buv or trade John Kecr model P, wjih or without equipment. A U Enoch, Rl. -1 Prcscotl. 7-Ot Vielim of ;, spin while exercis- ng horses, Koi-ne has been in -i hospital since Thursday and his return to ihe saddle is indefinite He was leading rider ;it the time of the nct-Klenl wilh 12 wins, nine pl.ue m,units and i.>ii;ln i n tho snow position in fvl |,- ips tu tho •Jn'i'^',., Sk . ol : oi 'Kki boosted his 'in.ii lo \i. eight niid oit'lu mil r>r 5.1 mounts. The Little Chicngoan Services Offered ONI.: ni,ACK"sA"DDLirSTALL10N one Missouri Jack, blaeU with white nose. For service. E D Downs, Bodcaw, Ark. t;.2\v For Rent for striking an- Bolh Keene and Skoronski have winning percentages of "2 Chief threat to the two"lenders seems to be Harold Wallace, Ken- tuckv npprpiilice boy. who walked ,._ ROOM FURNISHED Apartment for light hotisekcepin" Apply Schooley's Store. Phone _38-F-lI,_lMr S . .I.E. Schooley. 2-tf CLOSE IN, SMALL NICELY FU finished apartment. Utilities paid Sec Tom Carrel. Ill West 3rd St G-B'. TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. Built in cabinets. Private bath. Large .screened back porch. All utilities paid. No children Mrs. W. F. Hutchins, Sr. 712 East Division. 11-.it r«ew Oi leans Fair C, ing. Wallace began riding Ihursclay and has booted in here four LET US REMAKE YOUR OLD mattress and make them like new. Will pick up and deliver in and out of town, "write or cill us. Phone H4-.T-2. Bright Bros Mattress Co. Hope, Ark. Rt ') _ 11-tit FILL IN MATERIAL Ff-TEL the hauling. Saengor Theatre 11-.'it -innnrs., wo place mounts'and two for show honors, in 12 starts for a winning percentage of 29 Splil features took -iop billing on todays program with limil folds ,,, ,1 , . of sprinters enterod in each event lo ' lc hl Le,,n Tikulski's Bolus was to nnllon - x ci-i/i!^ 1. i . , .'** lu nun fit- • If my understanding of her late lusbnnd's will is correct, Mrs. Roosevelt's position here is purely academic for I believe he loft her no owner's interest in the ancestral renl estate at Hyde Park. Furthermore, the record shows no indication that the president or his family ever made any sacrifice of wealth in the interest of the American or the peoples of the world but, on tho contrary, prospered enormously, some 1 of them through the most brazen exploitation of the presidency and political influence ever since the beginning of Mr. Roosevelt's war on want in 1933. Mrs amateur ii»t.onu "•.'„„ (43-31 in hrserviVc to' the or" 1 ? 16 New York, Mnrch 12 — <&)— Kentucky's classy quintet was favored today to win the National Invitational basketball tourney which opens Thursday night when Bowling Green of OhiOj last year's runner-up, opposes Rhode Island State, semi-finalist in 1945, in the first Game of the first round of the eight- team competition at Madison Square Garden. The second contest will pit St. John's University, a contestant for the fourth straight yeai-j against West Virginia. Thes'e pi rings were announced yesterday by Asa Bushnell, chairman of the selection committee which picked the teams. The sec-1 ond half of the first round will be I played Saturday with top-seeded I Kentucky, southeastern conference champion, meeting Arizona, Border conference king, and Syracuse clashing with Muhlcnberg. The eastern pairings of the NCAA, which begins at the Garden March 21, also were announced, Harvard (19-1) was picked to oppose Ohio State, Big Ten champion, in the opener with New York university (18-2) meeting North Carolina (284: in a • return engagement. The Tarheels nosed out the gotham five in a regular season game. have w °" 14 and lost . second straight triumph ii: the first si-el ion with Udo over Pl "j!«lier<' and Miss Ethel as his bier, Bill G ;uicl Jacalilos were among those slated lo compete in the second division. 26-Year-Old War Veteran Killed in Texarkana Crash guniznlion which ''may save our country and others from the kind ot misery which another must inevitably bring." the job which she holds pays at the rate of $12000 a voar plus $25 a day for exncnses. This income, entirely aside from her proposed pension of $5,000 as a president's widow, is much greater thim the income of most of the families in the Westchester-Greenwich area who would be dispossessed. Since her return from Europe, Mrs. Roosevelt has been on tour again, lecturing under professional management. Her old fee, in the role of first lady, in several instances, was reported to be $1,000 per show. With her box - office power stepped up again by reason of her lew publicity, the promoters have been able to charge a $2.40 top even in small cities and she has played to excellent business. Altogether, then, farm from serving the United Nations at a sacrifice, Mrs. Roosevelt is still pursuing the old >wfit motive even in her effort to spare the world the human misery which she foresees as a nossiblo iltornative to the success of the UNO. It we assume too much in issuming that these revenues are •triclly private income for private ise we arc guided by the crude effrontery of the sales talk pub- islied by the advertising agency which offered her as a radio at- raetion to the Latin-American cof- 'oe nations. They not only empha- siy.erl her position as the president's vife but held out the enticing prob- iblity that, for her fee, Mrs. Roosevelt would "describe how the pres- clential cup of coffee is made and, of course, it will be made with heaping tabiespoonfuls of coffee and one for the pot." There was no representation that .As rake-off, so frankly attributed ilo Ihe highest elective office in the 'nalion, was to be shared with any- ,onc or any cause. On past performances, then; on the precedent of Elliott's shakedown of John Hart- The winners regional right to will clash in . the final March 23 for the meet the western NCAA champions, in the Garden March 20 for the crown held by Oklahoma A. & M. /Candidates for Derby to Run Today Hot Savings, Ark., March — (ff)— Seven three-year-olds, eligible for Ihe ArKansas derby which will climax Ihe spring race meeting on March 30, are scheduled to compete today in the six- furlong allowance fourth race at Oaklawn Park. , Heti'-y Tikulski has nominated Plontituff to carry his silks and on the strength of his latest showing here, the son of Man O'Nieht will bc a slrong contender for the role of pre-race favorite. In . his i last out here the colt easily domi- I nalcd his field over Ihe entire dis- I tancc lo win by four lengths. ' A newcomer who mighl make it interesting is O. B. Burgher's token resvard who has been assigned top weight of 118 pounds chiefly on his impressive record as a two- year-old. Also certain to receive consideration are Rivermont Ranch's River Pat, and J. Emery's Carlasue, both of whom have earned rackets at the current meeting. The field is rounded out by Mrs. A. M. Creech's Cid Play, W. H. Bishop's Dick Stickny, winner of three races at New Orleans, and J. D. Lunsford's auditor. Tlie sixth race 9ffers a field of 'T.wish you'd stop dumping your old securities in here, Edflar! T.nok how you've mussed your white shirti" This Curious World By William Ferguson older sprinters seven sched- TCXnknnn ' March ,,' M .Hunl, 2B-.yo:,r-old - 11 — m— Del. , . w.-is killed and persons wore injured tb, oilier :ic'.ui.nl he,-,. l,,to .vosierday Pait | Hum's automobile JONES MAYTAG SALES & SERVICE For Prompt Expert Service on All WASHING MACHINES 304 East 2nd 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 . then crnshod into Vi Kins Smilh. n > m. U, who wore ridin« the scooll or. sulk-ivd leg rri.ctiire injuries. J. E. Martin, with Hunt, was cut d other L>4 ridiiiG fe Loe's Tourist Cafe-Court • • Featuring • Steaks . Fried Chicken • Barbecue »Fish • Sandwiches eSoft Drinks NOW OPEN 24 HOURS Phone 222 for Private Dining Room Mr. and Mrs. P. J. |_oe City Limits & Highway 67 West ford for $200,000, assisted by his falhcr both in the original clip and Ihe triumphant final gyp; on the facts of Jimmy Roosevelt's highly questionable association in the yeast business; on the tax-dodge in the transfer of the Hyde Park heap to the Department of the Interior. and recalling the raw and cynical graft in philatelic monstrosities bequeathed to Franklin D.'s estate, we would be culpably iviive lo entertain the thought that Mrs. Roosevelt is sacrificing any. thing to Ihe United Naions. And 'if any further instance were needed lo outweigh oul wistful credulity it would be found in the recent inquiry in the stale of New York whnvebv Jimmy Roosevell, as one of his father's executors, sought to know whether his late pere could bo regarded as a military man on active service in his role of com- mandor-in-chief: in which case the heirs would gel a small remission ol taxes paid and payable on his mi-Time for 1945. uled lo start. They include J. C. Ellis' Quintero, big three stable's Banneran; C. E. Milieu's Dauntless Gnl and Shrene and Muncy's Bright Bronze. CONTRARY TO. POPULAR OPINION, Iff NOT A LINE DRAWN THKOUSH THF HIGHESTPEAKf OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS, BUTA LINE DIVIDING THE RIVERS THAT DRAIN INTO THE ATLANTTC FROM THOSE THAT DRAIN INTO THE fHC/F/C licfibaled . one who has not only par- the mosl scandalous NOTICE — WE HAVE MOVED to 513 S. Walnut Call us for repairs, parts and supplies. We do hcm- KtitchniK and mako button holes. Buy, Hell and Exchange Machines C. W. YANCEY, Singer Dist Phone 578R Wanted! All Dimensions 16 fro 70 Feet- Every Week PATMOS, ARK. profiteering in an office .formerly regarded as one of trust and dignity but has actively connived at sordid- racketeering by others should so denounce honest citizens for clinging to their homes would lie a shocking experience to victims not previously prepared for such effrontery. But it will be hard \o\- them to understand the psyehol- <<>K.v of the proposition accusing iheni of willingness to sacrifice civ- ili/alion for their possessions. Americans don't think that way Americans wanly believe in law and the right to possess property yet, here, not only are they threatened with denial of that right bu pilloried as monsers. The proposition here is that no other place in the United Slates would be suitable ipr the UNO when the truth is that the regions of New York and Wash- ng arc the worst possible selections, underlaid and' permeated with racial, political and religious issues imported from the old world that promise ghastly troubles . A village doctor in the region innocently slates his case N.M. School of Mines Is Eliminated Kansas City, March 11 —(ft*)— \5 NAMED FOR THE JESUIT BOTANIST OF THE I77H CENTURY! T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. ANSWER: North central Arizona- SPORTS -If Huk i Follertra. Jr.•New , York, ometimes . w March 12 — (ff>) — e think the law. lowing an eight-game opening round that saw one of the highly regarded teams, New Mexico School of Mines, knocked out of the running last night. Raled among Ihe beller clubs in Ihe 32-leam field, Eastern Washing- stored to basketball to slow the game enough for the spectalors to follow it. And he adds Ihe proviso lhal centers should be limited in height to six feet or less . , . The tall boys could play other posilions, Hagen figures, and any team has Tnnisinnn Tnnh rf " d 6 L " ngurcs, ana any team has iv,n f£ , , J ? at least one ]iltle fe l lo w who'd come ,«„ nm-v, m t-,3 n }«"»«• th ° ^-tool Ceiling ... If that would make the game too slow, the congressman offers an alternative of having the center jump pnly after field goals and taking the ball outside as -it is done now after 'successful free throws. . . , .;'Explaining his interest ,Hagen adds that his 'son, Harold Jr., is a sub- on the Anacostia High school teann. Apparently it ain't a , .,, «of today's afternoon program while the Kentucky ciuinteU which boasts the great Fred Lewis, an all- tournament star last year, meels Drury College of Springfield, Mo., tonight. Other yesterday games saw these When our homes are jeopardized as well as our means of livi- look hard lihood which, in my case many years of sludy and work," he writes, "you can't sit back and let il happen. We are all n favor of Ihe principles of the UNO but they have no right to take our homes and businesses when other silos are available." Mrs. Roosevell once said lhal she .bought her late husband had laid he groundwork for the UNO. No nember of Ihe family has publicly suggested, however, Ihe donation )f his entire eslale lo Ihe promo- ion of Ihe work which we are per- nilled to believe should be regarded as his greatesl monumen. On he contrary, the hiers present a niserably artificial claim to mili- ary status 'on the off-chance of hwarling the stale and federal reasuries of a few dollars. joke, son. Unintentional Pun There was some confusion among the spectators at the K. of C track meet Saturday during Ihe Iwo mile run . . . Forest Efaw, who was supposed to win easily, didn't And Browning Ross, the 'guy who beat him (with a 150 handicap) SERVICE — QUALITY — VARIETY Sinkers Deiinted Cotton Seeds, Hybrid Now is the time to get ready for your Spring planting. We have a most complete line of Field and Garden Seeds, Insecticides and Inoculations. AGENTS FOR Willhite Melon Seed Dodge Onion Plants Funks G Hybrid Corn "WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS" MONTS SEED STORE The leading Seed Store victories: Augsburg College of Minneapolis, Minn., over Washburn University, Topcka, Kas., 64-34- southern Illinois Normal of Carbondale 111., over Central State Teachers, Warrensburg, Mo., 49-39- Uoorge Peperdine College of Los Angeles, 1945 finalist, over Arkansas Stale Teachers of Conway Ark., 63-37 and Culver-Stockton Col- Jege of Canton, Mo., over the University of Wichita (Kas.) 55-51. had a sign on his back that said Shorts And Shells Louisiana State U. has added 120 units to the lighting system in its football stadium and now claims to have the best illuminated field in the country. All Around Athlete Ray Whelan, who has signed to play for the Buffalo Bisons of the All America Football Conference, played center for three colleges in as many years and under two coaches who'll pilot A. A. C. teams next fall . . . Rav got his schooling at Louisiana State, Buffalo ano Rochester . . . His Rochester coacl was Dud cle Grot, now Los. Angeles Dons, played for the El th and th«'> he Toro Marines under Dick Hanley, Chicago Rock ets coach. 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. MONEY TO L Easy Terms Home Institution..... See E. S. GREENING SECRETARY Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association Political Announcements The Star is authorized to announce the following as candidates subject to (he action of the Democratic primary elections this Summer: 8th Judicial Circuit For Prosecuting Attorney CHARLES W. HACKETT Hcmpstead County For Sheriff & Collector TILMAN BEARDEN •T. W. (SON) JONES For County Clerk ROBERT C. TURNER For County Treasurer MRS. ISABELLE ONSTEAD McCORKLE SYVELL A. BURKE For County Judge FRED A. LUCK For Representative Post 1 GLEN WALKER For Representative Post 2 TALEOT FEILD, JR. Page Five Oakfawh Entries for Wednesday '*i. First Race — $1,100 alcS^* &°s up; C furs; Grace Powers xl"' Hollo Cap 1.12; Liberate) 118; VU*--, loon 115; Vero Lumen 107; ESriOld',* 1 H-i; 1'ountain Grove 107; Top Babtri I* it?.: Good Show 112, Duzit 112. (10) A' .Second Race — $1,200 alwcs £ yos up; 6 furs; High Mas:er 110.' 'i r£ X 'iW. y? ; Ba f" e11 x102 : BoSmj On 112; Ebony Edge 112; Wffrso* 10; Snowcrystal x!02; L " 107; Hadalirne xllO, Cas Third Race — $1.200 elm; 3 furs; Green Garden 107: ~ «»jB,VlW;%V J j;J^,t^V fourth Race — $1,200'alwcs/ **'" yos up; 6 furs; Park Heights T13; £ vui- ™ yin i xII3: Border Voluble f xl05; Mr. X. 110: De Sota xli3; t P ayground 112; Marcap x!02j Her-'/ wick 112; Johnnie J 112- (9) . *« Firth Race - $1,300 alwca,4 W", up: 1 -16 m, ; Kona Wmd 110; Mu^< mont 118; Brown Mate 115; Gren- f Fights Last Night By the Associated Press Philadelphia — Ike Williams, 136 1-2, Trenton. N. J., sloped Eddie Giosa 136 1-2, Philadelphia (4). 'non title). "" Cleveland — Artie Levine, 158, Brooklyn, stopped Jimmy Doyle, .48, Los Angeles, (9). Boston — Al (Red) Priest. 152 -2, Cambridge, knocked out Nava isparza, 146 1-2, Mexico City (8). By United Press New York (St. Nicholas Arean) —John Thomas, 180, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., outpointed Joey Maxim 185 1-2, Cleveland (10). Bergenfield, N. J. —Perk Daniels 204, Chicago, outoointed Earl Low- nan. 222, Detroit (10). Newark, N .J. — Frankie Carlo, 31, Philadelphia outpointed Clint Wilier, 126, Elizabeth, N. J. (10) Newport, Vt. — Bill Spark, 170, Halifax, N. S., slopped Hub Parker, 16a, Newport (3) Providence R. I. - Joey Angelo, 34, Philadelphia, outpointed Larry Bolvin. 130, Providence (10). Lewiston, Me. — Ted Drew, 153, .•ewiston, stopped Johnny Marra 59. Boston (7). New Britain, Conn. — Tony Vero 147, Stamford, Conn., outpointed Larney Moore, 149., Valley Stream, Li. i. (10). H ol y. 0 . ( V Mass. — Ellis Stewart, 165, Philadelphia, outpointed Coo- e er> ' 168 ' Brooklyn, N. Y. Legion xllO; Dudie 112, Intellect « 110; Canee 110; First Mate - 115- , -!l Kmg f Victory 115; Ksar of Audley »J Seventh Race — $1,500 alwcs 4!* yos urv i MO mi; Vestibula.xlOS; JJiavoloman xllO: Sun G " " xl05; Lucky Greenock xllO; a Gold 112: Rockwood Lou 110; viuur- met X107; a-Lights Abeam 115 (8). a-I. C Mishler Entry ,' Eighth Race — $1,100 alwcsf 4 yos up; 1 1-16 mi; Two Score 116; ' n - Q °"""' 1 Love xl08- a-Difficult a-Criner and Lindsay Entry <f -f' x-Apprentice allowance. ,' «<; Discharge Score f for Marines Is Cut fo 40 Points Washington, March 11 — (#>) Marines with 40 points become eligible for discharge today. Ihe two-point reduction was announced over the weekend, alon" with this time table foi further slashes in critical scoTos- ulmer April 1 to 38 points foi men and from 16 to 13 for women rtia- n^ht 1 , Ma y 1 to 33 points for men, eight for women: June 1 28 for men, four women; July 1 25 men women zero. ' Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs. Phone 382-J ir r™±"V?' d ' Conn. — Jimmy Elliott, ibo, Baltimore, outpointed Johnny King, 165, New York (8) Chicago — Johnny O'Brien, 1G4, Calumet City, 111., slopped Tommy James, 148, Chicago (4). Washington — Willie Joyce 137 Tol'X'o 1 "^" st °PP°d Jackie Wilson, 134 1-2, Pittsburgh (5) Detroit — Lou Woods, 159 De''•"" -'—'---' -- Hughes! 163, Or " a '? a —'Howard Bleyhl, Madi?°i n '. M '""-. and Ramey McKinght, 15( Milwaukee, Drew (10) < S'' ¥,• Y- ~ Hnm Wiloby, 124 r' " ai ; tCord . Conn., knocked out Joe Gatto, 128 1-4, Philadelphia U) Expert Repair Work; On all makes of cars Phone 1118 " . BARNEY GAINES GARAGE' 213 South Elm St. •*** t *til ^ 3 Hats Cleaned and Rebuilt the factory way. HALL'S HAT SHOP Hope, Ark. Phone 76 ' Alterations Presied While' You Wait" , ROGERS RADIO SERVICE We specialize in all kinds of car and home radios. FIRESTONE STORE 209 South Main St. 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. Hozel A Complete Line of ... CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES SEAT COVERS PUT ON Washing & Greasing An Expert Mechanic OPEN ON SUNDAY ANTHONY SERVICE STATION Phone 1106 DR. H.T. SHULL VETERINARIAN 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—Appliances SEAT COVERS FOR ALL CARS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 215 S. Main Personal SfaMonery Pastel Colors s > A Complete line Gentry Printing Co.- Phone 241 Hope, Ark. COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply ' ij * t ^ * A fe! l SEE US FOR THE REYNOLDS PEN The miracle Pen that will Revolutionize Writing. Guaranteed to write 2 V years without refilling. Doug flTY Carl Bacon VM«S I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. Phone 784 Hope • Real Estate If you are in the market to buy or sell Farmland or City Property, call or see Calvin E. Cassidy Phone 489 Hope, Ark. Arkansas Bank Building Seo Us For BABY CHICKS You'll like our qualify chicks, hatched light from selected flocks. Hardy, fast- groweis. Low pric*. FEEDERS SUPPLY CO. 4th and La. Sts

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